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Evart Grant Routzahn

social worker

Evart Grant Routzahn, American social worker. Fellow American Public Health Association (first chairman education and publicity section).

Background

Routzahn, Evart Grant was born on January 6, 1869 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Son of Josiah and Ella (Mathias) Routzahn.

Education

Educational public schools.

Career

Formerly engaged in Young Men’s Christian Association boys’ and social work. Director traveling exhibition campaign, National Tuberculosis Association, 1906-1912, associate director department of surveys and exhibits, Russell Sage Foundation, 1912-1934 (retired). Editor education and publicity department American Journal of Public Health, since 1922.

Instructor publicity methods, New York School of Social Work, 1922-1934. Consultant in adult health education and social work publicity, since 1935.

Works

  • Editor education and publicity department American Journal of Public Health, since 1922. Instructor publicity methods, New York School of Social Work, 1922-1934. Consultant in adult health education and social work publicity, since 1935.

Membership

Fellow American Public Health Association (first chairman education and publicity section).

Connections

Married Mary Brayton Swain, March 7, 1914.

father:
Josiah Routzahn

mother:
Ella (Mathias) Routzahn

spouse:
Mary Brayton Swain