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Harry Clayton Harmsworth

educator

Harry Clayton Harmsworth, American educator. Fellow Institute Social Gerontology, American Sociological Association; member Pacific Sociological Society, National Council Family Relations, Population Association American, Alpha Kappa Delta, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Psi Omega.

Background

Harmsworth, Harry Clayton was born on May 4, 1902 in Aurora, Missouri, United States. Son of Charles William and Mary Lavina (Clayton) Harmsworth.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Colorado State College Education, 1928, Master of Arts, 1932. Doctor of Philosophy, University Southern California, 1943.

Career

Teacher Colorado public schools, 1925-1935. Assistant professor sociology and economics Southwestern State Teachers College, Weatherford, Oklahoma, 1935-1939. Assistant professor sociology Texas Western College, 1941-1944.

Associate professor sociology U. Idaho, 1944-1954, professor, department chairman, 1954-1967, professor emeritus, 1967-1977. Professor sociology Winona (Minnesota) State College President Pacific Northwest Conference Family Relations, 1960-1961. Member Government's Conference on Problems of Older Citizens, 1956.

Works

  • Author: Sixty Years of population Growth in Idaho, 1890-1950, 1952. A Survey of the Alcohol and Narcotics Problem in Idaho, 1954. Population Trends in Idaho, 1950-1960, 1965.

    Vital Statistics and Population Projections for Idaho, 1960-1980, 1967. Editorial board N.W. Science, 1950-1956. Contributor articles on sociology to reviews.

Membership

Fellow Institute Social Gerontology, American Sociological Association. Member Pacific Sociological Society, National Council Family Relations, Population Association American, Alpha Kappa Delta, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Psi Omega.

Connections

Married Ruth Viola Lane, June 1, 1927. Children: Clayton Lane, Donald Kemp.

father:
Charles William Harmsworth

mother:
Mary Lavina (Clayton) Harmsworth

spouse:
Ruth Viola Lane

children:
Clayton Lane Harmsworth

Donald Kemp Harmsworth