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Ernest Irving Antrim

English educator , bank executive.

Ernest Irving Antrim, American English educator, bank executive. Member Ohio Constitutional Convention, 1912; Member Beta Theta Pi.

Background

Antrim, Ernest Irving was born on February 21, 1869 in Germantown, Ohio, United States. Son of Francis T. and Mary (Kemp) Antrim.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, De Pauw U., 1889. A.M., Boston University, 1890. Doctor of Philosophy., Göttingen U., 1897.

Career

Instructor Greek and English, Belmont College, College Hill, Cincinnati, 1890-1892. Instructor English, Boston University, 1892-1893. Professor of English, Wyoming U., 1893-1894.

Lecturer in English, West Virginia University, 1898. Vice president Van Wert (O.) National Bank, 1904-1928.

Works

  • Author: The County Library (with wife), 1914. Fifty Million Strong (a study of rural life), 1916. Active in social betterment work.

Membership

Member Ohio Constitutional Convention, 1912. Member Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

Married Saida Brumback, October 17, 1899.

father:
Francis T. Antrim

mother:
Mary (Kemp) Antrim

spouse:
Saida Brumback