2 edition of Henry Winters Luce, in memoriam. found in the catalog.
Henry Winters Luce, in memoriam.
Henry Winters Luce
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Henry R. Luce Henry Luce Foundation The Henry Luce Foundation Henry Henry Luce II Henry R. Luce Center for the Study of American Art Henry R. Luce Foundation Henry Robinson Luce her husband Henry Robinson Luce (April 3, – Febru ) was an American magazine magnate who was called "the most influential private citizen in the Missing: Henry Winters Luce. “Alan Brinkley’s The Publisher is an exquisite work of scholarship—widely researched and even-handedly descriptive of the controversial Henry Luce. The book is a window on the life and times of the man who did so much to shape 20th-century magazine journalism. No one interested in recent U.S. history will want to miss this splendid /5(10).
Articles tagged 'henry-winters-luce' Looks like you’re using a browser we don’t support. To improve your visit to our site, take a minute and upgrade your browser. Early life . Luce was born in Tengchow (now Penglai), Shandong, China, on April 3, , the son of Elizabeth Root Luce and Henry Winters Luce, who was a Presbyterian missionary. He received his education in various Chinese and English boarding schools, including the China Inland Mission Chefoo School.. Career . At 15, he was sent to the US to attend the Hotchkiss School in Connecticut.
Life and career. Luce was born in Tengchow, China, on April 3, , the son of Elizabeth Root Luce and Henry Winters Luce, who was a Presbyterian missionary. He received his education in various Chinese and English boarding schools, including the China Inland Mission Chefoo School.. At the age of 15, he was sent to the U.S. to attend the Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, where he edited the Born: Henry Robinson Luce, April 3, , Tengchow, . Log on to Princeton Theological Seminary’s Theological Commons website at , and you will discover a wealth of theological writing. Anyone in the world can search the database and look at more t documents such as hymnals, prayer books, and liturgies going back centuries.
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Henry Winters Luce was an American Presbyterian missionary and educator in China during the early part of the twentieth century. He spent 31 years in this country while on the service at Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. The book does full justice to Luce’s outsider insecurity, his blind affinity for men of power and his defects as a family man.
But it is a in memoriam. book portrayal, and it credits the role his magazines, Time and Life especially, played in a country growing uneasily into the dominant geopolitical force in the world.”Cited by: Among the many energetic, idealistic students attracted to the Student Volunteer Movement in the s was the Yale undergraduate Henry Winters Luce.
He was born in into a moderately prosperous family in Scranton, Pennsylvania; his father owned a wholesale grocery business and was a member of the town’s commercial gentry, a society Henry 4/4(6). Henry Winters Luce (HWL) was born on Septemson of Van Rensselaer William and Adelia (Tedrick) Luce.
He received a B.A. from Yale in Luce gave up his original plan for a career in law and enrolled in Union Theological Seminary in New York City. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contents. Prologue. One Increasing Purpose: The Life of Henry Winters Luce Bettis Alston Garside Snippet view - One Inceasing Purpose: The Life of Henry Winters Luce Bettis Alston Garside Snippet view - Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Henry Winters Luce, I (24 Sep –7 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, Oneida County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Saratoga (contributor ).Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, Oneida County, New.
March 1, OBITUARY Henry R. Luce, Creator of Time-Life Magazine Empire, Dies in Phoenix at 68 by ALDEN WHITMAN. A man of missionary zeal and limitless curiosity, Henry Robinson Luce deeply influenced American journalism betweenwhen he and the late Briton Hadden founded Time The Weekly Newsmagazine, andwhen he retired as head of one of the world's largest and richest.
About the author () Ogbu U. Kalu was Henry Winters Luce Professor of World ChrisOgbu U. Kalu was Henry Winters Luce Professor of World Christianity at McCormick Theological Seminary.
Luce’s father, Henry Winters Luce, was the son of a wholesale grocer in Scranton, Pennsylvania-a member of the “commercial gentry” with great expectations for.
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The magazines Henry Luce and Time Inc. launched have become institutions, but as Brinkley's magisterial biography reminds us, Luce was only 24 years old when he published the first issue of Timeat the tail end of a recession in —not much different from today's digital media entrepreneurs/5(27).
Henry R. Luce: lt;p|>||||| ||| |Henry Robinson Luce| (April 3, – Febru ), a magazine magnate, wa World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of Missing: Henry Winters Luce. Overview: Correspondence, journals, diaries, writings, and printed material document the life and work of Henry Winters Luce, who served as a missionary in China, as well as the lives of his wife, children, and other family members.
In Memoriam Henry Luce III (–) James F. Armstrong Dean of Academic Affairs Emeritus We take the opportunity in this issue to pay special tribute to Henry (“Hank”) Luce III, a trustee since and a gener-ous supporter of the Seminary and the library, who died on September 8,at his home on Fishers Island, New York.
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Henry Winters Papers RG Preferred Citation Henry Winters Luce Family Papers (RG ), Special Collections, Yale Divinity SchoolLibrary Biographical / Historical Henry Winters Luce (HWL) was born on Septemson of Van Rensselaer William and Adelia (Tedrick) Luce. He received a B.A. from Yale in File Size: KB.
Henry R. Luce Makes an Appearance Posted on October 2, (October 2, ) by Brigette C. Kamsler Credit to: MRL5: United Board for Christian Colleges in China Records, box 1, folder 2, The Burke Library Archives (Columbia University Libraries) at Union Theological Seminary, New York.
The Henry Luce Foundation was established in by the late Henry R. Luce, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Time Inc. Now with assets of about $1 billion, it supports programs focusing on American art, Asia, higher education, public affairs, and women in science.
Early life. Luce was born in Tengchow (now Penglai), Shandong, China, on April 3,the son of Elizabeth Root Luce and Henry Winters Luce, who was a Presbyterian missionary. He received his education in various Chinese and English boarding schools, including the China Inland Mission Chefoo School.
Career. At 15, he was sent to the US to attend the Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, where he. The Rev. Richard Shaull, the Henry Winters Luce emeritus professor of ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary and a longtime and widely traveled Presbyterian missionary, died on Oct.
OCLC Number: Notes: Title page and text in Chinese. Preface by Henry Winters Luce in English. Description: 1 volume ; 25 cm. Henry Luce III, the elder son of the founder and editor in chief of Time Inc., who held prominent positions at the company and went on to be head of the Henry Luce .For the first time, this resource exists to help students and scholars understand the histories of Latin American Christianity.
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