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Lindley, Harlow, 1875-1959

LC control no.n 90638546
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Personal name headingLindley, Harlow, 1875-1959
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Variant(s)Lindley, Harlow, 1875-
Lindley, Harlow, b. 1875
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeFremont (Ohio) Columbus (Ohio)
LocatedColumbus (Ohio)
Birth date1875-05-31
Place of birthSylvania (Ind.)
Place of deathColumbus (Ohio)
Field of activityHistory--Study and teaching
AffiliationEarlham College
Indiana State Library. Department of History and Archives
Indiana State University
Indiana Historical Commission
Stanford University
Rutherford B. Hayes Memorial Library (Fremont, Ohio)
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society
Ohio State University. Department of History
Friends Council of the Midwest Museums
Profession or occupationAcademic librarians
History teachers
Political science teachers
Found inLindley, Harlow. The Quakers in the old Northwest, 1912: title page (Harlow Lindley, director, Department of Archives and History, Indiana Sate Library)
nuc89-31873: His The Quakers in the Old Northwest [MI] 1912 (hdg. on LCP rept.: Lindley, Harlow, 1875- ; usage: Harlow Lindley)
LCCN CA25-900: His The Quakers in the Old Northwest, 1912 (hdg.: Lindley, Harlow, 1875-)
NUCMC data from Indiana Historical Society for His Collection of papers, 1790-1913 (Harlow Lindley, 1875-1959; history professor, Earlham College, 1899-1928; dir., Dept. of History and Archives, Indiana St. Lib., 1903-1924; dir., Indiana Historical Commission, 1923-1924; and curator of history (1929-1934) and sec. (1934-1946), Ohio St. Archaeological and His. Soc., Columbus)
Who was who in America, 1969-1973 (Lindley, Harlow; historian; born Sylvania, Parke County, Indiana, May 31, 1875; B.Litt., Earlham College, Richmond, Ind., 1898; A.M., 1899; studied at University of Wisconsin, summer 1899, University of Chicago, 1902-1904; librarian, 1898-1928, instructor in history and mathematics, 1899-1901, asst. prof. history, 1901-1905, prof. history and political science, 1905-1928, Earlham College; prof. history, Indiana State University, summer 1911; director of department of history and archives, Indiana State Library, 1907-1923; secretary, 1915-1923, director, 1923-1924 of Indiana Historical Commission; acting asso. prof. political science, Stanford, 1918; librarian Hayes Memorial Historical Library and Museum, Fremont, Ohio, 1928; curator of history, Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, 1929-1934, department of history, Ohio State University, 1932; delegate to World Conf. Friends Council of the Midwest Museums; home: Columbus, Ohio)