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John Chamberlin Van Horne

John Chamberlin Van Horne, American librarian, historian. Recipient Willie D. Halsell prize, Mississippi History Society, 1984; Center Textual & Editorial Studies in Humanistic Sources fellow, University Virginia, 1972-1975, National History Publications and Records Commission fellow, 1975-1976, grant, American Philosophical Society, 1979.

Background

  • Horne, John Chamberlin Van was born on February 21, 1950 in Highland Pk, Illinois, United States. Son of Arthur C. and Helen (Vogl) Van Horne.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts in History, Princeton University, 1972. Master of Arts in History, University Virginia, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy in History, 1979.

    Career

    • Editorial assistant Latrobe Papers, 1976—1977. Assistant editor, 1977—1978. Administrative assistant, 1978—1979.

      Associate editor, 1979—1986. Editor Papers Benjamin Henry Latrobe American Phil. Society, Philadelphia, 1986—1995.

      Library. Library. Company Philadelphia, since 1985.

    Works

    • Editor: The Correspondence of William Nelson as Acting Governor of Virginia 1770-1771, 1975, Religious Philanthropy and Colonial Slavery: The American Correspondence of the Associates of Doctor Bray, 1717-1777, 1985, The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 3 vols., 1984-1988. Editor: (with others) The Journals of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1799-1820.

      Editor: From Philadelphia to New Orleans, 1980, Latrobe's View of America, 1795-1820, Selections from the Watercolors and Sketches, 1985, The Letterbook of James Abercromby, Colonial Agent: 1751-1773, 1990, The Abolitionist Sisterhood: Women's Political Culture in Antebellum America, 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Connections

    • Married Christine A. Kozik, August 12, 1972.
    • father: Arthur C. Horne
    • mother: Helen (Vogl) Van Horne
    • spouse: Christine A. Kozik
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    Born February 21, 1950
    (age 66)
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    • 1972
      Princeton University
    • 1974
      University Virginia
    • 1976 - 1977
      Editorial assistant, Latrobe Papers
    • 1977 - 1978
      assistant, editor
    • 1978 - 1979
      administrative assistant
    • 1979 - 1986
      associate, editor
    • 1986 - 1995
      editor Papers Benjamin Henry Latrobe American Phil. Society
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States