Teacher. Born– May 9, 1910, in Ashland, Or. Education– San Jose State College, A.B., 1931; University of California, A.M., 1932, Ph.D., 1936. Taught at University of Alabama, 1941-. Senior Fulbright Scholar, Royal University of Malta, 1956-1957. Awarded Outstanding Commitment to Teaching and Distinguished Professor, University of Alabama, 1980-1981. Member– American, Southern, and Alabama Catholic Historical Associations; American Society for Church History.
Director of American Scholars.
The Historical Evolution of Modern France. Ames, Iowa; Littlefield, Adams, 1949.
The Marriage of Mary Queen of Scots to Francis the Dauphin of France. Greenock, Scotland; Griana-Aig Press, 1969.
Une Correspondence Familiale au Temps des Troubles de Saint-Domingue. Paris; Sociâ€štâ€š de l’Historie des Colonies Franâ€¡aise, 1959.