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Robert Long Thompson

Robert Long Thompson, American educator. Member American Industrial Arts Association, American Vocational assosiation, New York State Industrial Arts and Vocational Education Association (Vice-President).

Background

  • Thompson, Robert Long was born on September 7, 1908 in Bowling Green, Ohio, United States. Son of Harry E. and Adah (Long) Thompson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Bowling Green State University, 1931. Master of Arts, New York University, 1941, Doctor of Education, 1947.

    Career

    • 1 son, Robert Hayward. Faculty Whitmer High School, Toledo, 1931-1934, Akron High School, 1934-1938, Oswego State Teachers College, summer 1938. Faculty New York University, 1938-1958, assistant professor, 1947-1949, associate professor, 1949-1954, professor, chairman vocational education department, 1954-1958, organized occupational therapy, 1939, teacher New York University graduate courses, U. P.R., summer 1951.

      Cons. school systems metropolitan area, New York State Department Education.

    Works

    • Author publications on leathercraft.

    Membership

    Member American Industrial Arts Association, American Vocational assosiation, New York State Industrial Arts and Vocational Education Association (Vice-President).

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Hayward, April.
    • father: Harry E. Thompson
    • mother: Adah (Long) Thompson
    • spouse: Margaret Hayward
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    Born September 7, 1908
    Died October 17, 1958
    (aged 50)
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