(June 21, 1907-December 13, 1973.) B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin; educ. Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri Studied at U. of Chicago (Illinois); Am. School of Oriental Research, Baghdad, Iraq; Western Reserve U., Cleveland, Ohio; The Chaplain School of the U. S. Army, Cambridge, Massachusetts; The Command and Gen. Staff School of the U. S. Army, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Washington U., St. Louis; St. Louis (Missouri) U.; U. of Geneva, Switz. Ordained Mo. Syn. 1930. Served congs. in St. Louis, Missouri; Chisholm, Minnesota; Cleveland, Ohio. Army chaplain 194051. Ed. 2d-4th eds. of F. E. Mayer, The Religious Bodies of America. Other works include The Historical Prism Inscriptions of Ashurbanipal; Education for Realities; What the Symbolical Books of the Lutheran Church Have to Say About Worship and the Sacraments; The Survival of the Historic Vestments in the Lutheran Church After 1555.
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