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Government official

Charles Elkins Rogers, American government official. Member American Political Science Association, Masons, Cosmos Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Rogers, Charles Elkins was born on May 5, 1892 in Ozark, Missouri, United States. Son of John Clarke and Ivie E. (Southwick) Rogers.

Education

Bachelor of Arts Oklahoma, 1914. Master of Science, Kansas State College, 1926. AM, Stanford University, 1932.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1948.

Career

Reporter Tulsa World, 1914. Copy reader, feature writer Kansas City Star, 1915. Associate professor Kansas State College, 1919.

Professor, head department industrial journalism, 1925-1939. Head department technical journalism Iowa State College, 1940-1945. Educational relations officer Food and Agriculture Organization, 1946-1951.

Information specialist Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, 1951-1963. Writer, editor Graduate School United States Department of Agriculture, from 1963. Visiting instructor journalism Stanford University, 1931-1932, University Southern California, summer 1939.

With division information American Automobile Association, Washington, 1934-1935. 1st lieutenant United States Army.

Membership

Member American Political Science Association, Masons, Cosmos Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Sadie Berns, May 18, 1918 (deceased August 1952). 1 child, William Cecil. Married Rosemary Fleming, October 15, 1960.

father:
John Clarke Rogers

mother:
Ivie E. (Southwick) Rogers

spouses:
Sadie Berns

Rosemary Fleming

child:
William Cecil Rogers