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Frederick Maurice Hunter

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FREDERICK MAURICE HUNTER: school supt.; b. Savannah, Mo., Mar. 24, 1879; s. Theodore F. and Frances M. (Tatlock) H.; grad. High School, Blue Rapids, Kans., 1895, A.B., U. of Neb., 1905 (Phi Beta Kappa); mem. Inter-collegiate debating teams, 1902-03; A.M. Columbia, 1918; Ed.D. Univ. of California, 1925; m. Emma Estelle Schrieber of Omaha, 1907; children; Arthur Francis, Maurice Harold, Supt. Town Schools, 1905-11; prof. Agri. Edn. and Prin. U. of Nebr. Sch. of Agr., 1911-12; Supt. City Schools, Lincoln 1912-17; Supt. Schools, Oakland Calif. since 1917. Lecturer of summer sessions, Teachers Coll. (Columbia) 1918-19; inter sessions, and summer sessions, U. of Calif. 1923-25. Pres. N.E.A., 1920-21; chmn. Com. of 100 of N.E.A. for investigation of teacher tenure in U.S., 1923-24; mem. Bd. Dirs. Calif. State Teachers’ Assn. Republican; Conglist.; Mason (Shriner), Elk Moose, Rotarion. Author: “Teacher Tenure Legislation in the United States;” also numerous ednl. papers. Oakland, Calif.

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