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Bachelor of Arts, Wofford College, 1922; Bachelor of Divinity cum laude (Fogg scholarship, Day fellowship), Yale, 1925; Doctor of Philosophy, University Edinburgh, 1930.
Assistant professor sociology and anthropology, U. Missouri, 1931-1937; associate professor, U. Missouri, 1937-1945; visiting professor, U. Missouri, summer 1950; director anthropological collection, U. Missouri, 1932-1945; director, Archeological Survey Missouri, 1932-1945; professor, head sociology Department, University Rhode Island, 1945-1946; professor sociology and anthropology, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1946-1964.
Fellow American Anthropological Association, American Sociological Association. Member Missouri Archeological Society (honorary life), Ohio Valley Sociological Society (president 1954-1955), Sons of the American Revolution, South Caroliniana Society (life), South Carolina History Society, Ohio History Society. Member Phi Beta Kappa (chapter president 1965-1966), Sigma Xi.
Clubs: Scioto Country. Torch (Columbus, Ohio) (chapter president 1967-1968), Faculty (Columbus, Ohio). Book and Bond (Yale).
Married Margaret Foley Woods, September 11, 1926. Children– Margaret (Mistress Forrest J. Curtin, Junior), Deborah (Mistress Douglas R. Houser).