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Wilson Keyser Doyle, American evangelist. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Doyle, Wilson Keyser was born on January 3, 1903 in Baltimore. Son of W. Harvey and Edith (Griffith) Doyle.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity North Carolina, 1924. Doctor of Philisophy, Johns Hopkins, 1936.

Career

Instructor political science U. Alabama, 1936-1943. Research associate University of Virginia, 1945-1947. Head department public administration, Florida State University, 1947-1949, dean school public administration, 1949-1959.

Member, founder Gospel Witness Association Technology, consultant to Commission To Study Hospitalization of Indigents in Virginia, 1945. Member Committee Virginia Advisory Legislative Council, 1945. Technical consultant to joint house and senate tax survey committee State of Florida, 1949, League of Virginia Counties, 1945-1947, Florida Legislative Committee on Governmental Reorganization, 1949.

Florida Advisory Council County Officers and Employees, 1951, governor of Florida, 1949-1951. Chairman steering committee of Joint Legislative Committee on Fees Compensation, and Duties of County Officers, 1952-1953. Educational adviser Florida Girls State, Boys State, 1950-1959.

Consultant to Florida Council Higher Education, 1954-1956. Government's Committee on Fiscal Affairs, 1955. Consultant member industry advising committee Florida Development Commission, 1955-1959.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Independent Commissions in the Federal Government, 1939. Co-author: The Government and Administration of Florida, 1954. Editorial board Journal Politics, 1954-1956.

Membership

Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
W. Harvey Doyle

mother:
Edith (Griffith) Doyle