LINDSEY, HENRY CARLTON, 1918-

Biography:

College professor and administrator, dramatist. Born– January 3, 1918, Coushatta, La. Parents– Benjamin Dennis and Vallie (Snead) Lindsey. Married– Evelyn Natille Pierce, December 27, 1948. Children– Three. Education– Ouachita College, B.A., 1948; Louisiana State University, M.A., 1951; University of Denver, Ph.D., 1962. Served in U.S. Army, 1942-45; attained rank of lieutenant colonel in U.S. Air Force Reserve. Taught at Ouachita College, 1952-1953; Howard College (now Samford), 1953-1956; Air University, 1956-1958; Georgetown (Kentucky) College, 1958-61; Kansas State College; Kansas State College, director of extension, 1961-63; Baylor University, Chair of Drama Department, 1963-64; Ouachita College, Academic Vice President, 1964-69; Mississippi State College for Women, Chair of speech department, 1969-70; Howard Payne College: 1970-74 and 1980-81;┬áCommunity College of the Air Force, 1974-80; University of Texas in San Antonio; Howard Payne College. Academic Vice President, Ouachita College, 1964-1969; Academic V.P. Howard Payne College; chair, Fine Arts Division, Howard Payne College, 1981-.

Source:

Marquis Who’s Who online

Publication(s):

Call Me Penny, a Comedy in Three Acts. New York; Samuel French, 1952.

Curfew. 1956.

Forever Judy, a Comedy in One Act. New York; Samuel French, 1953.

Grey Harvests. 1951.

The Inner Light. 1947.

Mr. Sweeney’s Conversion, a Domestic Comedy in One Act. New York; Samuel French, 1952.

Trilogy in Red. 1981.