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Edwin Alphonsus Quain

Edwin Alphonsus Quain, American clergyman, publisher. Recipient Bene Merenti, Fordham University; President’s medal Georgetown University; Pro Deo et Universitate, U. Scranton. Member American Philological Association, Jesuit Ednl. Association, National Catholic Ednl. Association, Association American U. Presses, Alpha Sigma Nu.; Club: Grolier.

Background

  • Quain, Edwin Alphonsus was born on April 6, 1906 in New York City. Son of John and Nora (Cunneen) Quain.

  • Education

    • Graduate School, Fordham University, 1941-1945, assistant. Graduate School, 1951-1953, acad.

    Works

    • Author (with others) A Monument to St. Jerome, 1952. Co-editor Traditio, 1950-1975. Translator (with others) Works of Tertullian, 1950, 2d volunteer, 1959.

      Contributor articles to learned journals.

    Membership

    Member American Philological Association, Jesuit Ednl. Association, National Catholic Ednl. Association, Association American U. Presses, Alpha Sigma Nu.

    Club: Grolier.

    Connections

    • father: John Quain
    • mother: Nora (Cunneen) Quain
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    Born April 6, 1906
    Died December 23, 1975
    (aged 69)
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