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WITH 2Si I ADDRESS
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ill in Area Awarded
Guggenheim Grants
in Arts and Sciences
Eleven persons from the Wash
ington area have been chosen
to receive John Simon Guggen
heim fellowships to continue
studies in the arts and sciences,
Henry Allen Moe. secretary gen
eral of that organization an
nounced today.
They are among 191 persons
selected throughout the United
States, Canada and the West
Indies to receive grants totaling
$780,000.
Selection was made, Mr. Moe
said, on the basis of capacity for
original scholarly research and
artistic creation.
Army Engineer Named.
Those from the Metropolitan
Area receiving fellowships for
1953 are:
Col. Robert Reed Ellis. Corps
of Engineers. Fort Belvoir, Va.,
for historical studies of the
I Corps of Engineers of the Con
federate States.
Dr. C. Keith McLane. 12216
Kendall street. Silver Spring, a
physicist at the National Bureau
| of Standards, for magnetic ther
| mometry work at temperatures
approaching absolute zero.
Dr. Lloyd Noel Ferguson, 242
Thirty-third street N.E., asso
ciate professor of chemistry,
Howard University. He will study
the distribution of enzymes in
I the cytoplasm of amoeba and
other organisms.
Owen Vincent Dodson, 1813
Sixteenth street N.W., a novelist
and associate professor of drama,
Howard University, to continue
his creative writing.
Arthur Alphonse Ekirch, jr.,
I 1622 Fitzgerald lane, Alexandria,
I associate professor of history,
| American University, for a study
of the history of the liberal tra
dition in the United States.
Ernst Kitzinger, 3709 S street
N.W., associate professor of his
tory of arts, Dumbarton Oaks
Research Laboratory of Harvard
i University, studies in the history
of Early-Christian and Byzan
tine arts.
Robert Lawrence Van Nice,
formerly of 5506 Charles street,
Alta Vista, now in Turkey, a
research associate at Dumbarton
Oaks in Byzantine architecture.
Shakespeare Studies.
James Gilmer McManaway,
5505 Center street, Chevy Chase,
consultant in literature and
bibliography at the Folger
Shakespeare Library, for studies
of ‘ the life of William Shape
speare.
Helen Nina Tappan Loeblich,
geologist, Geological Survey, to
continue taxonomic studies of
the foraminifera,
Conrad Vernon Morton, 1215
Sixteenth street N.W., curator
of the National Museum, for
studies of the ferns of Guate
mala.
Dr. Leon A. Heppel, 4511
Maple avenue, Bethesda, senior
surgeon at the Public Health
Service. Bethesda. will undertake
studies in the field of ribonucleic
acid chemistry.
The fellowships were founded
in 1925 by the late Senator
Simon Guggenheim and his wife
in memory of their son who
died in 1922.
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cording to Mrs. Henry A. Bart
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I have elected Mrs. Lawrence B
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