Clementine Tangeman

TANGEMAN, Elizabeth Clementine (née Miller). b. Columbus, Indiana, 17 February 1905; d. Columbus, Indiana, 17 January 1996. She was a philanthropist and trustee, associated with the School of Sacred Music, Union Theological Seminary*, Yale University Institute of Sacred Music, various other institutions of higher education, and the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. She was also co-editor of Christian Hymns, copyrighted in 1945. Clementine, as she was commonly known, along with her brother, Joseph Irwin Miller (1906–2004) were born into the fourth generation of a prominent Indiana family—or rather, three families (Irwin, Sweeney, Miller) of ministers, lay church leaders,...

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