Graves Glenwood Clark
Graves Glenwood Clark was born on 19 April 1894. He received his A. B. and his LL. B. from the University of Richmond and his M. A. from Columbia University. He taught American Literature in the Department of English at William & Mary from 1920-1964.
He taught twice at the National University of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro. In addition, he was a faculty sponsor of the Pan America Club, stating "I am heartily in favor of anything that is working toward a closer union—culturally, economically, and politically—of the western hemisphere." For the 1946 - 1947 school year, he was one of the faculty adivisors to The Flat Hat. He was involved with religious life on campus, particularly with the Methodist church, and delivered the baccalaureate for the graduating class of 1944 during commencement activities.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Graves Glenwood Clark in the SCRC database.
- SCRC files.
- October 22, 1946 Flat Hat, announcing Clark as faculty advisor.
- April 22, 1941 Flat Hat
- January 12. 1944 Flat Hat
- November 29, 1944, "G. G. Clark Is Graduate Of Richmond University, English Professor's Chief Hobbies Are Ghost Writing And Dramatics"
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