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Douglas Raymond Lacey

Douglas Raymond Lacey, American educator. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Folger Library Senior Research fellow, 1971-1972.; Member International Commission History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, American History Association, Conference British Studies (chairman nominating committee 1968-1970).

Background

  • Lacey, Douglas Raymond was born on April 29, 1913 in Easton, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Raymond Henry and Rosalind (Runyon) Lacey.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Illinois College, Jacksonville, 1935. Master of Arts, Rutgers University, 1937. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1959.

      Rockefeller Foundation post war fellow in humanities, Institute History Research, U. London, 1946-1947.

    Career

    • Instructor history Rutgers University, 1937-1938, College City New York, 1938-1940, Sarah Lawrence College, 1939. Member of faculty United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland., 1941-1942, from 1947, professor of history, from 1955, department chairman, from 1970. Visiting professor U. Alberta (Canada), summer 1960.

      Board of directors Anne Arundel County Citizens Committee, 1950-1953, Annapolis Citizens Committee, 1953-1955.

    Works

    • Author: Dissent and Parliamentary Politics in England 1661-1689, 1969.

    Membership

    Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Folger Library Senior Research fellow, 1971-1972. Member International Commission History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, American History Association, Conference British Studies (chairman nominating committee 1968-1970).

    Connections

    • Married Mary Millington Moore, January 3, 1946. Children: Jack Cobb, Mary (Mistress.
    • father: Raymond Henry Lacey
    • mother: Rosalind (Runyon) Lacey
    • spouse: Mary Millington Moore
    • children: Jack Cobb Lacey
    • Mary (Mrs Lacey
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    Died July 28, 1973
    (aged 60)
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