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Clarence Henley Cramer

Clarence Henley Cramer, American educator. Member Western Reserve History Society (trustee), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Elide (trustee).; Club: Cleveland Skating.

Background

  • Cramer, Clarence Henley was born on June 23, 1905 in Eureka, Kansas, United States. Son of David H. and Irma M. (Henley) Cramer.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Edn, Ohio State University, 1927, A.M., 1928, Doctor of Philosophy., 1931. Associate professor of history Southern Illinois U., 1931-1942. Director personnel National War Labor Board, 1943-1944, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration Germany, 1944-1947, International Refugee Organisation, 1947-1948.

      Associate and acting dean Case Western Reserve U. School Business, 1949-1954. Dean Case Western Reserve U. School Business (Adelbert College), 1954-1969, professor of history, since 1949, department chairman, 1963-1967.

    Career

    • Director personnel National. Dean Case Western Res.

    Works

    • Author: Royal Bob—The Life of Robert G. Ingersoll, 1952, Newton D. Baker—A Biography, 1961, Open Shelves and Open Minds, 1972, American Enterprise: Free and Not So Free, 1972, Case Western Reserve: A History of the University, 1826-1976, 1976, and separate vols. on its law, library and engineering Schools.

    Membership

    Member Western Reserve History Society (trustee), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Elide (trustee). Club: Cleveland Skating.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth A. Garman, December 27, 1949.
    • father: David H. Cramer
    • mother: Irma M. (Henley) Cramer
    • spouse: Elizabeth A. Garman
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    Born June 23, 1905
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