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Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933

LC control no.n 50045062
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3115 PS3118
Personal name headingVan Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933
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Variant(s)Dyke, Henry Van, 1852-1933
Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, 1852-1933
Van Dyke, Henry I., 1852-1933
Vandyke, Henry, 1852-1933
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placePrinceton (N.J.)
Birth date1852-11-10
Death date1933-04-10
Place of birthGermantown (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Place of deathPrinceton (N.J.)
AffiliationPrinceton University
Profession or occupationAuthors Poets English teachers College teachers Ambassadors Clergy
Found inDays off, and other digressions, 1907: title page (by Henry van Dyke)
NUCMC data from New Jersey Historical Society for Morris, G.P. (Henry Van Dyke; Henry Van Dyke, Jr.; also appears as Henry I. Van Dyke; Henry J. Van Dyke, Jr.)
WwWA, 1897-1942 (Van Dyke, Henry; 1852-1933; Henry Jackson Van Dyke, Jr.; son of Rev. Henry Jackson & Henriette (Ashmead) Van Dyke; married Ellen Reid; Presbyterian pastor; Newport, R.I., NYC; moderator of the General Assembly, Presbyterian Church U.S.A.; D.D. from Princeton; Harvard; author)
America for me, 1918: title page (Henry Vandyke) caption (Henry Van Dyke)
Wikipedia, viewed February 5, 2020 (Henry van Dyke Jr.; Henry Jackson van Dyke Jr.; born November 10, 1852, in Germantown, Pennsylvania; died April 10, 1933, in Princeton, New Jersey; American author, educator, and clergyman; graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1877; taught English literature at Princeton from 1899 to 1923; served as American ambassador to the Netherlands and Luxembourg during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson; author of short stories and poems, among them The other Wise Man and The first Christmas tree)
Associated languageeng