B.S. (Pennsylvania, 1901): English. Scholar, 1901-1902; Fellow, 1903 to January 31, 1904. Teacher of English, Wm. McKinley High School, St. Louis, Missouri, February, 1904. Ph.D. (Pennsylvania, 1905).
Lecturer on English Literature, Patterson Spring's Chautauqua, Illinois, summer of 1906. Leader of Section on "Shakespeare and his Predecessors" in the St. Louis Society of Pedagogy, 1906-1907.
Member of the St. Louis Society of Pedagogy, 1904
National Educational Association, 1904
The Swedes in Philadelphia To-day. German-American Annals, July 1903.
Bernard Shaw and His Dramas. Sewanee Review, April 1904.
Swinburne's Poetic Theories and Practice. Ibid., January 1905.