Principal high school, Maysville, 1908-1909, Henry County High School, Paris, Tennessee, 1909-1911, high school, Laurel, Montana, 1913-1914, Huron, South Dakot, 1914-1918, Huron Junior-Senior High School, 1918-1920. Superintendent city schools, Huron, 1920. Head of department and professor education and philosophy, Baylor College, Belton, Texas, 1920-1922.
President New Mexico State Teachers’ College, 1922-1934. Head of department of anthropology, University of Southern California, and director California branch of School of America Research, since September 1934. Adviser Veterans Rehabilitation, Sawtelle, California.
Director Jemez Field School of Archeology, summer 1935. Field work in anthropology in S.A., 1 semester. Was president New Mexico Ednl.
Council; member board of control, School of America Research. Member National Illiteracy Commission, Geographical Board of New Mexico.
Sociology, New Mexico Endl. Association (president 1928-1929), School Master’s. Mason.; Rotarian (governor 42d district 1932-1933).
Member, New Mexico Geographic Board, since 1926. Chairman, New Mexico Curriculum Commission, since 1930. Company- Author: Bibliographies in Educational Sociology, 1928. Consumers Uses of Arithmetic, 1929. To-morrow’s Americans, 1930. Member of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Kappa; National Education Association. National. Society for Study of Edl.
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