College professor. Born– September 29, 1899, Montgomery. Education– University of Alabama, B.S., 1921, LL.B., 1923, M.A., 1928. Instructor in English, University of Florida, 1927-1930; head, English department, Georgia State College for Men, 1930-1933; literary research and writing, 1933-1935, 1945-1961; head, English department, Bob Jones College, 1938-1941; instructor in English, Campbell College, 1961-1962; acting chairman, English department, Bluefield State College, 1961-1963; assistant professor, Hampden-Sydney College, 1964-1965; associate professor, Pembroke State College, 1965-1966; research and writing after 1966. D.D., University of Alabama, 1969. Member, Academy of American Poets. Died November 21, 1981.
Directory of American Scholars, 1978.
Montgomery, Alabama; a City in Crisis. New York; Exposition Press, 1957.