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Thomas Louis Berger, American Author. Recipient Rosenthal award National Institute Arts and Letters, 1965; Western Heritage award, 1965; Ohioana Book award, 1982; Dial fellow, 1962. Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Background

Berger, Thomas Louis was born on July 20, 1924 in Cincinnati. Son of Thomas Charles and Mildred (Bubbe) Berger.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University Cincinnati, 1948. Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1950—1951. Doctor of Letters (honorary), L.I.U., 1986.

Career

Librarian Rand School Social Science, New York City, 1948—1951. Staff member New York Times Index, 1951—1952. Associate editor Popular Science Monthly, 1952—1953.

Distinguished visiting professor Southampton College, 1975—1976. Visiting lecturer Yale University, 1981, 82. Regent's lecturer University California, Davis, 1982.

With United States Army, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Works

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Connections

Married Jeanne Redpath, June 12, 1950.

father:
Thomas Charles Berger

mother:
Mildred (Bubbe) Berger

spouse:
Jeanne Redpath