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Alonzo Smith Pond

Alonzo Smith Pond, American educator. Member American, Pacific Coast economics associations, Utah Conference on Higher Education (president 1955-1956).; Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Background

  • Pond, Alonzo Smith was born on April 6, 1905 in Salt Lake City. Son of Moses A. and Sarah (Smith) Pond.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of Utah, 1926. Doctor of Philosophy., Northwestern University, 1942.

    Career

    • Research associate, Illinois Tax Commission, 1936-1937. Instructor economics Brigham Young U., 1937-1938, assistant professor, 1938-1943, associate professor, 1943-1948, professor since 1948, chairman department agricultural economics, 1938-1955, department economics, 1952-1955, acting dean College Humanities and Social Sciences, 1955-1957, dean graduate school, 1957-1959. Assistant regional price economist, United States Bureau Labor Statistics, Denver, 1942.

      Executive officer, Price Division for Colorado, O.P.A., 1942-1943, regional economics analyst, 1943-1944, regional educational director, 1944-1945, assistant to regional administration, Rocky Mountain Area, 1945-1946. Acting regional economist, acting regional price executive, acting deputy director OPS, 1951.

    Works

    • Author: Essential Economics, 1956. Essential Economics, 1956.

    Membership

    Member American, Pacific Coast economics associations, Utah Conference on Higher Education (president 1955-1956). Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

    Connections

    • Married Bernice Fagg, August 17, 1933. Children: Douglas W., Virginia, Donna Rae.
    • father: Moses A. Pond
    • mother: Sarah (Smith) Pond
    • spouse: Bernice Fagg
    • children: Douglas W. Pond
    • Virginia Pond
    • Donna Rae Pond
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    Born April 6, 1905
    Died April 1, 1959
    (aged 53)
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