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Edward N. Wentworth; S.A.E. bio. 1912


Posted By: S. Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer (email)
Date: 12/13/2008 at 12:30:47

Wentworth, Edward Norris, College professor; b. Dover, N.H., Jan 11, 1887; s/o Elmer Marston & Elizabeth (Town); ed. Iowa State College, 1907; class treasurer, Alpha Zeta, author official College song; memb. 1906 and 1907 live stock judging teams which won at International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago; initiated by Iowa Gamma, Feb 3, 1906; eminent archon; contributed two songs to the S.A.E. song book; associate professor of animal husbandry, Iowa State College; memb. American Society of Animal Nutrition, American society of Natuaralists, Iowa Academy of Science, American Breeder's association; m. Alma B. McCulla, June 14, 1911. Address, 509 Welch Ave., Ames, Ia. (pg 246)

~Who's Who in S.A.E. - A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Members of the Fraternity. Edited by William C. Levere. Evanston, Illinois, 1912.
Transcribers Notes:
1. S.A.E. = Sigma Alpha Epsilon
2. The preface of the directory states that "hundreds" of members didn't return their questionaire, so don't appear in the 1912 directory.
3. Founded on March 9, 1856, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the largest North American secret letter, social college fraternity. The researcher can read more about S.A.E. in Wikipedia


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