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Arthur Grove Day, American author, educator. Recipient Hawaii State award literature, 1979. Member Modern Language Association, Authors Guild, Adventurers Club (Honolulu), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Day, Arthur Grove was born on April 29, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Arthur Sinclair and Clara T. (Hogeland) Day.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in English, Stanford University, 1926. Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1942. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1944.

Career

Member Faculty, Teachers College, 1926-1927;Member Faculty, Stanford University, 1932-1936;assistant director engineering, science and management war training, Stanford University, 1943-1944;member of faculty, U. Hawaii, 1944-1969;senior Professor of English, U. Hawaii, 1961-1969;professor emeritus, U. Hawaii, since 1969;department chairman, U. Hawaii, 1948-1953;proprietor, White Knight Press, Honolulu, 1946-1990;retired, 1990. Chairman public committee 10th Pacific Science Congress, 1961. Fulbright senior research fellow, Australia, 1955.

Smith-Mundt visiting professor American studies U. Barcelona, Spain, 1957-1958. Fulbright visiting professor American studies U. Madrid, 1961-1962.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, Authors Guild, Adventurers Club (Honolulu), Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Adventurers (Honolulu).

Connections

Married Virginia Teresa Molina, July 2, 1928.

father:
Arthur Sinclair Day

mother:
Clara T. (Hogeland) Day

spouse:
Virginia Teresa Molina