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Edward Joseph Gardner

economist

Edward Joseph Gardner, American economist. Awarded Phillip C. Swing Scholarship at U. Cincinnati, 1941. member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District; Served with United States Army, World War I. Executive chairman Butler County Democratic Organisation; Member Public Accountants Society of Ohio (president 1943), American Economics Association, American Menagerie.

Background

Gardner, Edward Joseph was born on August 7, 1898 in Hamilton, Ohio, United States. Son of Edward and Mary (Long) Gardner.

Education

Bachelor of Commercial Science, Night College, Commerce and Finance, St. Xavier U., Cincinnati, 1921. Night student Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, and University Cincinnati.

Career

Vice-mayor of Hamilton, O., 1926-1928. Ohio state representative, 1937-1938 and 1941-1942. Secretary Ohio State House Taxation Committee, 1937-1938.

Chairman joint committee, Ohio State House and Senate for studies of causes delinquent taxes, 1938. Member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District.

Membership

Member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District. Served with United States Army, World War I. Executive chairman Butler County Democratic Organisation. Member Public Accountants Society of Ohio (president 1943), American Economics Association, American Menagerie.

Connections

Married Esther Pring, October 12, 1926. Children: Edward Austin, Patricia Marie.

father:
Edward Gardner

mother:
Mary (Long) Gardner

spouse:
Esther Pring

children:
Edward Austin Gardner

Patricia Marie Gardner