B.S. (1930) from Gallaudet College; M.S. in hygiene (1932) from Johns Hopkins University. Associated with State Departments of Health in Maryland and in Indiana; wrote numerous professional articles for American, British, and German journals.
Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences, p.166-168; Silence of the Spheres, p.105; American Annals of the Deaf, vol.85 no.2, March 1940, p.152; Digest of the Deaf, vol.1 no.3, Dec. 1938, p.20-22; Silent News, May 1992, p.21; Deaf American, June 1967, p.3-6.
21 March 1907-14 March 1992