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Marion Luther BRITTAIN

Marion Luther BRITTAIN, American Member, National Illiteracy Commission. Member, National Illiteracy Commission, since 1929. Author: Introduction to Caesar, 1900; History of Sunday School Work, 1902; Blue Book of Stories, 1915; Lessons for Adults, 1918. Member of Georgia Education Association, (President 1906); Southern Education Association, (President 1914); Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; O.D.K., Honor Society; Kappa Alpha; The Ten.

Background

  • BRITTAIN, Marion Luther was born on November 11, 1866 in Washington, Georgia, United States. Son of Doctor J. M. and Ida (Gallaway) Brittain.

  • Education

    • Emory University; University of Chicago.

    Career

    • President National Council of State Superintendent, 1917, Georgia School of Technical, since 1922. Lieutenant Colonel, R.O.T.C., 1923.

    Membership

    Member, National Illiteracy Commission, since 1929. Author: Introduction to Caesar, 1900. History of Sunday School Work, 1902.

    Blue Book of Stories, 1915. Lessons for Adults, 1918. Member of Georgia Education Association, (President 1906).

    Southern Education Association, (President 1914). Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. O.D.K., Honor Society.

    Kappa Alpha; The Ten.

    Connections

    • Spouse Lettie McDonald, December 20, 1889, Atlanta, Georgia.
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