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Ferdinand Edgar Lundberg

Ferdinand Edgar Lundberg, American author. Fellow American Sociological Association; member American Philosophical Association, American Association University Professors.

Background

  • Lundberg, Ferdinand Edgar was born on April 30, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Otto Ferdinand and Hannah (Svendsen) Lundberg.

  • Education

    • Student, Chicago City Junior College, 1923. Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1948. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1956.

    Career

    • Journalist Chicago Daily Journal, 1924-1926, United Press International, 1926-1927. Finance writer New York Herald Tribune, 1927-1934. Economist War Production Board and War Shipping Administration, 1941-1945.

      Editor Twentieth Century Fund, New York City, 1946-1951. Adjunct professor social philosophy New York University, 1952-1965. Visiting professor Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1956-1957.

      Lecturer Finch College, Brooklyn Academy Arts and Sciences. Secretary Conference on Methods in Philosophy and Sciences, New School Social Research, New York City, 1958-1962. Secretary Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1939-1941.

    Works

    Membership

    Fellow American Sociological Association. Member American Philosophical Association, American Association University Professors.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Young, September 19, 1944. Children: Randolph Horner, Laurence Young.
    • father: Otto Ferdinand Lundberg
    • mother: Hannah (Svendsen) Lundberg
    • spouse: Elizabeth Young
    • children: Randolph Horner Lundberg
    • Laurence Young Lundberg
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    Born April 30, 1902
    Died March 1, 1995
    (aged 92)
    Nationality
    • 1923
      Chicago City Junior College
    • 1948
      Columbia University
    • 1956
      Columbia University
    • 1924 - 1926
      Journalist Chicago Daily Journal
    • 1926 - 1927
      Journalist Chicago Daily Journal
    • 1927 - 1934
      finance writer, New York Herald Tribune
    • 1941 - 1945
      economist, War Production Board and War Shipping Administration
    • 1946 - 1951
      editor Twentieth Century Fund
    • 1952 - 1965
      adjunct professor, social philosophy New York University
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