LINDSEY, HENRY CARLTON, 1918-

Biography:

Teacher, 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. Taught at Ouachita College, 1952-1953; Howard College, 1953-1956; Air University, 1956-1958; Georgetown (Kentucky) College; Kansas State College; Baylor University; Mississippi State College for Women; Community College of the Air Force; 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:

Who’s Who in America, 1982.

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.