Earl Bowman Marlatt
MARLATT, Earl Bowman. b. Columbus, Indiana, 24 May 1892; d. Winchester, Indiana, 13 June 1976. His father was a Methodist Episcopal minister. He and his twin brother, Ernest F. Marlatt, were the youngest of eight brothers and sisters, all of whom graduated from DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana (a Methodist foundation, originally Indiana Asbury University). Earl Bowman graduated in 1912 and then studied at Harvard and Boston Universities, and at Oxford and Berlin. He taught school in Rushville and Raleigh, Indiana, and was an associate editor of a Kenosha, Wisconsin, newspaper. He served as a Second Lieutenant in a Field Artillery Regiment in World War I. Upon discharge he studied at...
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