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Clarence Henley Cramer

educator

Clarence Henley Cramer, American educator. Member Western Reserve History Society (trustee), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Elide (trustee).; Club: Cleveland Skating.

Background

Cramer, Clarence Henley was born on June 23, 1905 in Eureka, Kansas, United States. Son of David H. and Irma M. (Henley) Cramer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Edn, Ohio State University, 1927, A.M., 1928, Doctor of Philosophy., 1931. Associate professor of history Southern Illinois U., 1931-1942. Director personnel National War Labor Board, 1943-1944, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration Germany, 1944-1947, International Refugee Organisation, 1947-1948.

Associate and acting dean Case Western Reserve U. School Business, 1949-1954. Dean Case Western Reserve U. School Business (Adelbert College), 1954-1969, professor of history, since 1949, department chairman, 1963-1967.

Career

Director personnel National. Dean Case Western Res.

Works

  • Author: Royal Bob—The Life of Robert G. Ingersoll, 1952, Newton D. Baker—A Biography, 1961, Open Shelves and Open Minds, 1972, American Enterprise: Free and Not So Free, 1972, Case Western Reserve: A History of the University, 1826-1976, 1976, and separate vols. on its law, library and engineering Schools.

Membership

Member Western Reserve History Society (trustee), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Elide (trustee). Club: Cleveland Skating.

Connections

Married Elizabeth A. Garman, December 27, 1949.

father:
David H. Cramer

mother:
Irma M. (Henley) Cramer

spouse:
Elizabeth A. Garman