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GEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER: biologist; b. Mamaroneck, N.Y., Apr. 7,1873; s. of George William and Emma Louise (Cartwright) Hunter; A.B., Williams, 1895, A.M., 1896; Fellow in Zoology, U. of Chicago, 1896-98; post grad. work and lecturer in methods of teaching Nature Study and Biology, N.Y. University 1907-14, Ph.D., 1918; m. Emily Isabel Jobbins of N.Y. City, June 19, 1899; children: George William, III, Cartwright, Francis Robert. Head Dept. of Biology, DeWitt Clinton High School, N.Y. City, 1906-19; prof. Biology, Carleton Coll., 1919-20; prof. Biology, Knox Coll. since 1920. Asst. Marine Biol. Lab., Woods Hole, Mass., summers, 1900-10. Ednl. dir., Washington Dist. War Work Council Y.M.C.A., 1918-19. Fellow A.A.A.S., mem. N.E.A., Am. Inst. Social Science, Ill. State Acad. Sciences. Am. Zool. Soc. Episcopalian. Clubs: Kiwanis, Galesburg, Soangetha County, Theta Delta Chi. Author: “Laboratory Manual of Biology” (with M. C. Valentine), 1903; “Elements of Biology,” 1907; “Essentials of Biology,” 1911-23; “A Civic Biology,” 1916; “History of Y.M.C.A. War Work of the Washington Dist.,” 1919; “Civic Science in the Home;” “Civic Science in the Community” (with W. G. Whitman), 1921; “Civic Science,” 1922; “New Essentials of Biology,” 1923; “Laboratory Problems in Civic Science,” 1923. Home: Galesburg, Ill.