List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1932

=1932 U.S. and Canadian Fellows=

* Louis Adamic, Deceased. Fiction: 1932.
* George Antheil, Deceased. Music Composition: 1932, 1933.
* Benjamin G. Benno, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932. Appointed as Greenstein, Benjamin.
* Peter Blume, Deceased. Fine Arts: Painting: 1932, 1936.
* Herbert Orion Calvery, Deceased. Chemistry: 1932.
* Howard Norton Cook, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932, 1934.
* Andrew M. Dasburg, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932.
* H. L. Davis, Deceased. Poetry: 1932.
* George Dillon, Deceased. Poetry: 1932, 1933.
* J. Frank Dobie, Deceased. Latin American Studies: 1932.
* Mitchell Fields, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932, 1935.
* Ernest Fiene, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932.
* John B. Flannagan, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932.
* Samuel Gelfan, Deceased. Medicine: 1932.
* Caroline Gordon, Deceased. Fiction: 1932. Appointed as Caroline Gordon Tate.
* Martha Graham, Deceased. Dance: 1932, 1943, 1944.
* Francis Arthur Jenkins, Deceased. Physics: 1932, 1947, 1958.
* Ivan Murray Johnston, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1932.
* Peppino Mangravite, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1932, 1936.
* Fulmer Mood, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1932, 1934.
* Hermann Joseph Muller, Deceased. Biology: 1932.
* Lewis Mumford, Deceased. Architectural Historian, Amenia, New York: 1932, 1938, 1956.
* Filmer S. Northrop, Deceased. Philosophy: 1932.
* Levi Arnold Post, Deceased. Classics: 1932.
* William Theodore Richards, Deceased. 1932
* Antonio Salemme, Deceased. Fine Arts: Sculpture: 1932, 1936.
* Karl Patterson Schmidt, Deceased. Biology: 1932.
* Evelyn Scott, Deceased. Fiction: 1932.
* Anselm Strittmatter, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1932, 1937.
* Frank Tannenbaum Deceased. Spanish and Latin American History: 1932, 1934.
* Arturo Torres-Rioseco, Deceased. Spanish: 1932.
* Norman Lewis Torrey, Deceased. French: 1932, 1954.
* Adolph Weiss, Deceased. Music Composition: 1932.
* Earl Morse Wilbur, Deceased. Medicine Studies: 1932.
* Oliver Reynolds Wulf, Deceased. Chemistry: 1932.
* Edwin Hermann Zeydel, Deceased. Germanics: 1932.

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1932 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* Donato G. Alarcón Martinez, Physician, American College of Chest Physicians, Mexico, D.F.: 1932.
* Nicanor Alurralde, Deceased. Engineering: 1932.
* Enrique Beltrán, Director, Mexican Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, Mexico, D.F.: 1932, 1933.
* Fernando Devilat Rocca, deceased.Former Chief Architect, National Health Service, Santiago, Chile: 1932.
* Juan Farill y Solares, Deceased. Medicine: 1932, 1933.
* Julio Fingerit, Writer, Buenos Aires: 1932.
* Angel Guido, Deceased. Architecture and Planning: 1932.
* Aída Laso de Fontecilla, Educator: 1932.
* Tomás Leandro Marini, Deceased. Biology: 1932.
* José A. Nolla, deceased.Retired Professor of Agronomy, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez: 1932, 1933.

External links

* [http://www.gf.org/32fellow.html Guggenheim Fellows for 1932]

ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship


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