DICKSON, THOMAS INCHES, JR., 1923-1999

Biography:

University professor, foreign service officer. Born– October 17, 1923, New York, N.Y. Parents–Thomas I Dickson Sr. abd Isabel Anna Keo Dickson. Married– 1948. Education– University of Texas, B.A., 1943; M.A., 1948; Ph.D., 1951. Worked as research associate in tax administration for the Texas Legislative Council, 1951-1952; U.S. State Department, 1952-1968; Auburn University, 1968. Served as member of the U.S. Marine Corps Command and General Staff College, 1969-1973; N.S.F. Participant in Math Applications in Political Science at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1971; project director, training/education master plan for criminal justice personnel, Alabama Law Enforcement Planning Agency, 1973-1974; research director for the Alabama Development Office’s County Finance Study, 1976-1977.  Died September 20, 1999.

Source:

American Men and Women of Science, 1976.

Publication(s):

Land Use in Alabama’s Counties. Auburn, Ala.; Office of Public Service and Research, School of Arts and Sciences, Auburn University, 1977.

Joint_Publication(s):

Expenditures of Alabama Counties. Montgomery, Ala.; State Planning Division, Alabama Development Office, 1977.

Income to Alabama Counties. Montgomery, Ala.; State Planning Division, Alabama Development Office, 1977.

A Summary of County Finance Trends in Alabama, 1950-1975. Auburn, Ala.; Office of Public Service and Research, School of Arts and Sciences, Auburn University, 1977.

Trends in Legal Authority to Raise Revenue; Alabama Counties. Montgomery, Ala.; Alabama Development Office, 1977.