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Remsen Du Bois Bird

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Remsen Du Bois Bird, American educational consultant. Decorated Star of Solidarity (Italy). member of the board Carmel Foundation; Member Cooperative Research Organization, Academy of Political and Social Science (president Pacific N.W. Center, 1929-1930), Defense Language Institute (chairman academic council from 1964), California Association Adult Education (president 1932-1937), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Upsilon.

Background

Bird, Remsen Du Bois was born on January 3, 1888 in New York City. Son of Edward and Mary (Dunham) Bird.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Lafayette College, 1909, Doctor of Divinity, 1919. Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1912. Student of University Berlin, 1913.

Doctor of Laws, Pomona College, 1937, Albany College, 1938, University of California. Doctor of Humane Letters, University Southern California, 1940.

Career

Instructor Princeton Theological Seminary, 1913-1915. Professor church history San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1915-1921. President Occidental College, 1921-1946, retired 1946, now life trustee.

Consultant Della Records, 1946-1948.

Membership

Member of the board Carmel Foundation. Member Cooperative Research Organization, Academy of Political and Social Science (president Pacific N.W. Center, 1929-1930), Defense Language Institute (chairman academic council from 1964), California Association Adult Education (president 1932-1937), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Upsilon. Clubs: Sunset, Old Capital University (Pasadena).

Connections

Married Helen McClure, May 6, 1914.

father:
Edward Bird

mother:
Mary (Dunham) Bird

spouse:
Helen McClure