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George Byron Louis ARNER

George Byron Louis ARNER, Expert in Population Analysis, Bureau of the Census. Member of American Eco. Association; American Statistical Association; American P. H. Association; Amer Academy, of Political, Social Science; Mason. Club, University.

Background

  • ARNER, George Byron Louis was born on October 5, 1885 in Jefferson, Ohio, United States. Son of Alfred L. and Orissa A. (Udall) Arner.

  • Education

    • Baldwin-Wallace College, 1904. Columbia University, Master of Arts, 1906. Doctor of Philosophy, 1908.

    Career

    • Instructor, History, Eco., Politics, Princeton University, 1908-1909. Instructor, Sociology, Eco., Dartmouth College, 1909-1911. Statistician, Ohio State Board of Health, Columbus, Ohio, 1914-1916.

      Agricultural Statistician, United States Department of Agriculture, bureau of Agricultural Eco., 1922-1927. Statistician, Pennsylvania Department of Health, 1927-1930. Expert in Population Analysis, bureau of the Census, 1930.

    Membership

    Member of American Eco. Association; American Statistical Association. American P. H. Association.

    Amer Academy, of Political, Social Science. Mason. Club, University.

    Connections

    • Spouse Laura C. Perry, June 29, 1918, Jefferson, Ohio.
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