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Lewis Martin Reagan

Lewis Martin Reagan, American educator. Recipient Farran Zerbe Award American Numismatic Association, 1954.

Background

  • Reagan, Lewis Martin was born on October 20, 1904 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Charles Arthur and Minnie Edna (Caldwell) Reagan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Missouri, 1924. Master of Arts, University of Kansas, 1928. Student of University of Illinois, 1928-1930, New York University, 1932-1945.

    Career

    • Member faculty University of Kansas, 1926-1928, University of Illinois, 1928-1930. Assistant professor mathematics Polytech. Institute of Brooklyn, 1930-1946.

      Associate professor mathematics. University of Wichita, since 1946.

    Works

    • Co-author: College Algebra, 1940, 1948. Author numerous small works in numismatics since 1937.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member faculty University of Kansas, 1926-1928, University of Illinois, 1928-1930. Fellow American Numismatic Society, Royal Numismatic Society (England). Member American Numismatic Association (general secretary since 1944), Research Society of America, American Association U. Professors, American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Association of America, Sigma Xi, Theta Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Delta Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma.

    Connections

    • Married Gabrielle Dolores Perreault, March 4, 1931. Children: Martha, Patricia, Norma, Charles, Linda.
    • father: Charles Arthur Reagan
    • mother: Minnie Edna (Caldwell) Reagan
    • spouse: Gabrielle Dolores Perreault
    • children: Martha Reagan
    • Patricia Reagan
    • Norma Reagan
    • Charles Reagan
    • Linda Reagan
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    Born October 20, 1904
    Died December 29, 1961
    (aged 57)
    Nationality

    Award