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Ferdinand Edgar Lundberg, American author. Fellow American Sociological Association; member American Philosophical Association, American Association University Professors.

Background

Lundberg, Ferdinand Edgar was born on April 30, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Otto Ferdinand and Hannah (Svendsen) Lundberg.

Education

Student, Chicago City Junior College, 1921-1923;Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1948;Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1956.

Career

Journalist, Chicago Daily Journal, 1924-1926;journalist, United Press International, 1926-1927;finance writer, New York Herald Tribune, 1927-1934;economist, War Production Board and War Shipping Administration, 1941-1945;editor, Twentieth Century Fund, New York City, 1946-1951; Adjunct Professor social philosophy, New York University, 1952-1965. Visiting professor Carnegie Institute Technology, 1956-1957. Lecturer Finch College, Brooklyn Academy Arts and Sciences.

Secretary Conference on Methods in Philosophy and Sciences, New School Social Research, New York City, 1958-1962. Secretary Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1939-1941.

Works

Membership

Fellow American Sociological Association. Member American Philosophical Association, American Association University Professors.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Young, September 19, 1944. Children: Randolph Horner, Laurence Young.

father:
Otto Ferdinand Lundberg

mother:
Hannah (Svendsen) Lundberg

spouse:
Elizabeth Young

child:
Randolph Horner Lundberg

child:
Laurence Young Lundberg