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Archibald Smith Foord

Archibald Smith Foord, American educator. Member faculty Yale, 1940-1942, 46-69, professor of history, 1965-1969.; Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.; Member American History Association (Herbert Baxter Adams prize 1964), Conference British Studies.

Background

  • Foord, Archibald Smith was born on August 13, 1914 in Stamford, Connecticut, United States. Son of William Malcolm and Madeleine (Smith) Foord.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1937, Doctor of Philosophy., 1942. Postgraduate Oxford (England) University, 1937-1938.

    Career

    • Member faculty Yale, 1940-1942, 46-69, professor of history, 1965-1969.

    Works

    • Author: His Majesty’s Opposition, 1714-1830, 1964. (all with T.C. Mendenhall and Bachelor of Divinity Henning): Ideas and Institutions in European History, 800-1715, 1948, The Quest for a Principle of Authority in Europe, since 1715, 1948, Select Problems in Western Civilization, 1956, Foundations of the Modern State, 1952, The Dynamic Force of Liberty in Modern Europe, 1952. (with Bachelor of Divinity Henning and B.L. Mathias) Crises in English History, 1066-1945, Hamden CT.

    Membership

    Member faculty Yale, 1940-1942, 46-69, professor of history, 1965-1969. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American History Association (Herbert Baxter Adams prize 1964), Conference British Studies.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Bank Sullivan, June 29, 1940. Children: William Malcolm III, Mary Bankhead.
    • father: William Malcolm Foord
    • mother: Madeleine (Smith) Foord
    • spouse: Mary Bank Sullivan
    • children: William Malcolm III Foord
    • Mary Bankhead Foord
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    Born August 13, 1914
    Died March 15, 1969
    (aged 54)
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