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Frank Julian Warne

Frank Julian Warne, American economist. Member Beta Theta Pi.; Clubs:.

Background

  • Warne, Frank Julian was born on March 16, 1874 in Parkersburg, West Virginia, United States. Son of William Herron and Rosalie De Alberts (Warren) Warne.

  • Education

    • Studied in Paris, London, Edinburgh, Berlin, 1907.

    Career

    • Was chief statistician Emergency Fleet Corporation and manager industrial relations and member board United States Housing Corporation Organizer and 1st director School of Journalism of New York University Appointed by President Roosevelt, member Joint Congressional R.R. Investigation Commission under R.R. Retirement Act.

    Works

    • Author: The Slav Invasion and the Mine Workers, 1904. The Coal Mine Workers, 1905. The Immigrant Invasion, 1913.

      Railway Operation and Finance, 1913. Intercorporate Ownership and Interlocking Directorates of the Railroads of the United States, 1914. The Tide of Immigration, 1916.

      Warne’s Book of Charts, 1917. Warne’s Elementary Course in Chartography, 1917. Industrial Relations, 1919.

      Chartography in Ten Lessons, 1919. The Workers at War, 1920. Railway Employes’ Reply to the Railroads, 1921.

      Also numerous pamphlets, editorials and articles on economics, social, political and industrial topics in various mags., review, etc.

    Membership

    Member Beta Theta Pi.; Clubs:.

    Connections

    • father: William Herron Warne
    • mother: Rosalie De Alberts (Warren) Warne
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    Died 1948
    (aged 73)
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