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Hugo William ALBERTS

director , Agricultural Experiment Stations

Hugo William ALBERTS, American Director, Agricultural Experiment Stations.

Background

ALBERTS, Hugo William was born on March 29, 1889 in Watertown, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Fred and Augusta (Linnes) Alberts.

Education

High School. Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, 1908. State Teachers College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1914. University of Wisconsin, Bachelor of Science, 1918, Master of Science, 1920, Ph.

D., 1926; University of 111., Ph. D., 1926; Harvard University, 1926.

Career

Taught school, Jefferson Company, Wisconsin, 1908-1911. Principal, State Graded School. Sussex, Wisconsin, 1911-1912.

Assistant Company Superintendent of Schools, Jefferson Company, Wisconsin, 1914-1915. Principal. High School. Palmyra, Wisconsin, 1915-1916.

Student Assistant, University of Wisconsin, 1917-1918. Instructor, University of Wisconsin, 1918-1924. Assistant Secretary, Agriculture Experiment Association, Wisconsin, 1918-1919.

Agent, Cereal Investigations, United States Department of Agriculture, 1919-1921. Director, Alaska Agriculture Experiment Stations, since 1926.

Connections

Spouse Ruth Watson, December 18, 1927, Los Angeles, California.