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Ira King Hendricks

Ira King Hendricks, American educator. award 1970). Member National Council Teachers English, Rocky Mountain Language Association Utah Academy Arts and Sciences (Distinguished Service award 1970).

Background

  • Hendricks, Ira King was born on September 2, 1900 in Richmond, Utah, United States. Son of James Warren and Elizabeth (Merrill) Hendricks.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Utah State Agricultural College, 1923. A.M., Stanford, 1926, Doctor of Philosophy., 1941. Student of University of Berlin, 1929, 1930.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Rebecca Barbara (Mistress Thomas M. Madden). Teacher of English and head of department Branch Agricultural College, Cedar City, Utah, 1923-1925. Assistant professor of English, Utah State University, 1935-1938. associate professor, 1938-1944, professor, 1944-1966, emeritus professor of English, 1966-1970, director libraries, 1946-1955, head English department, 1955-1966.

    Works

    • Author: (with W. Sundermeyer), Yankee Stories and Glimpses of America, English readers for German Schools, 1930. (with L. A. Stoddart) Technical Writing, 1948. (with others) Communication Skills, 1958.

      Creator and Critic, 1961. (with Irving Shepard) Letters from Jack London, 1965, Jack London Reports, 1970.

    Membership

    Member National Council Teachers English, Rocky Mountain Language Association Utah Academy Arts and Sciences (Distinguished Service award 1970).

    Connections

    • Married Hazel B. Hartle, February 16, 1923.
    • father: James Warren Hendricks
    • mother: Elizabeth (Merrill) Hendricks
    • spouse: Hazel B. Hartle
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    Born September 2, 1900
    Died April 19, 1970
    (aged 69)
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