List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1933

=1933 U.S. and Canadian Fellows=

* Kenneth Bainbridge, Deceased. Physics: 1933, 1934.
* Alfredo Barrera Vásquez, Deceased. Anthropology, Linguistics: 1933, 1934.
* Francis Bitter, Deceased. Physics: 1933.
* Arnold Blanch, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933.
* Lucile Blanch, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933.
* Louise Bogan, Deceased. Poetry: 1933.
* Louis Bouché, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933.
* Miguel Covarrubias, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933, 1940.
* E. E. Cummings, Deceased. Poetry: 1933, 1951.
* Leonard Ehrlich, Deceased. Fiction: 1933, 1934.
* Emil Ganso, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933.
* Herrick Lee Johnston, Deceased. Chemistry: 1933.
* Howard Mumford Jones, Deceased. Biography, American Literature: 1932, 1935, 1964. (Fellowhip awarded in 1932 but not began until 1933.
* Matthew Josephson, Deceased. Biography: 1933.
* Younghill Kang, Deceased. Fiction: 1933, 1934.
* Georgina Klitgaard, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1933.
* Mary Tarleton Knollenberg, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933. Appointed as Mary Tarleton.
* Arthur Loveridge, Deceased. Biology: 1933, 1938.
* Gwen Lux, Sculptor, Honolulu: 1933.
* Barbara McClintock, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1933.
* Carl Robert Noller, Deceased. Chemistry: 1933.
* Paul Nordoff, Deceased. Music Composition: 1933, 1935.
* Carlotta Petrina, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1933, 1935.
* Thomas Charles Poulter, Deceased. Physics: 1933.
* Lowell Joseph Ragatz, Deceased. French History: 1933.
* Charles Frederick Roos, Deceased. Mathematics: 1933.
* Henry Schultz, Deceased. Economics: 1933.
* Kenneth Scott, Deceased. Classics: 1933.
* Glenway Wescott, Deceased. Fiction: 1933.

1933 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* Juan José Castro, Deceased. Music Composition: 1933.
* José Matias Cid, Deceased. Medicine: 1933.
* Eugenio Pereira Salas, Deceased. Economic History: 1933.
* David Segura y Gama, Deceased. Engineering: 1933.

External links

* [http://www.gf.org/33fellow.html Guggenheim Fellows for 1933]

ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship


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