Ludwig Bemelmans, 64, best known for his illustrated children's books though he was also a writer of satire, 1 October 1962.
Edward H. Chamberlin, 68, professor of economics at Harvard University for more than forty years; his Theory of Monopolistic Competition attacked the theory that higher wages benefit the economy, 16 July 1967.
Sidney B. Fay, 91, historian, educator, and authority on Germany whose most important work was The Origins of the World War, 29 August 1967.
Wilfred John Funk, 83, publisher, poet, and lexicographer whose twenty-year feature in Reader's Digest, "It Pays to Increase Your Wordpower," was a vocabulary lesson for the masses, 1 June 1965.
Howard R. Garis, 89, U.S. author known for his "Uncle Wiggily" tales totaling over seventy-five books, 5 November 1962.
Virginia C. Gildersleeve, 87, U.S. educator, feminist, and...
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