List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1934

=1934 U.S. and Canadian Fellows=

* Conrad Aiken, Deceased. Poetry: 1934.
* Geoffroy Atkinson, Deceased. French: 1934.
* Peggy Bacon, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1934.
* Francis William Bergstrom, Deceased. Chemistry: 1934.
* Kay Boyle, Deceased. Poetry, Fiction: 1934, 1961.
* Robert Bigham Brode, Deceased. Physics: 1934.
* George Oswald Burr, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1934.
* J. N. Douglas Bush, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1934.
* Francis Criss, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1934.
* Sterling Dow, Deceased. Classics: 1934, 1959, 1966.
* Arnold Dresden, Deceased. Mathematics: 1934.
* Angna Enters, Deceased. Dance: 1934, 1935.
* Maurice Glickman, Deceased. Fine Arts, Sculpture: 1934.
* Allan Lyle Grafflin, Deceased Retired Physician, Manchester, Massachusetts: 1934, 1937.
* Albert Halper, Deceased Novelist, Pawling, New York: 1934.
* Rosella Hartman, Artist, Byfield, Massachusetts: 1934, 1938.
* Michael Heidelberger, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1934, 1936.
* Norris Houghton, Professor and Dean Emeritus of Theatre Arts, State University of New York at Purchase: 1934, 1935, 1960.
* Harold Kirby, Jr, Deceased. Biology: 1934.
* Alexander Laing, Deceased. Fiction: 1934.
* Howard F. Lowry, Deceased. 19th Century English Literature: 1934.
* Frank A. Mechau, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1934, 1935, 1938.
* George Milburn, Deceased. Fiction: 1934.
* Douglas Stuart Moore, Deceased. Music Composition: 1934.
* Ernest Nagel, Deceased. Philosophy: 1934, 1950.
* Grace Lee Nute, Deceased. Professor Emeritus of History, Hamline University: 1934.
* Rudolf M. Riefstahl, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1934.
* Isidor Schneider, Deceased. Poetry: 1934, 1936.
* Frank Harold Spedding, Deceased. Chemistry: 1934.
* William Grant Still, Deceased. Music Composition: 1934, 1935, 1938.
* Tom Tippett, Deceased. Fiction: 1934.

1934 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* Alfonso Dampf, Deceased. Biology: 1934.
* Ramón Enrique Gaviola, Deceased. Physics: 1934.
* Luis Hugo Howell Rivero, Deceased. Biology: 1934, 1935.
* Atilio Macchiavello Varas, Professor Emeritus of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Chile School of Medicine, Santiago: 1934, 1935.

External links

* [http://www.gf.org/34fellow.html Guggenheim Fellows for 1934]

ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship


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