Entity | Harry E. Moore

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Harry Estill Moore (1897-1966) taught sociology at the University of Texas at Austin for nearly thirty years. Topics of his scholarly work included regionalism, education, mass communication, and responses to disasters. Moore, who was born in Louisiana, earned his undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Texas, and his doctorate from the University of North Carolina, as did his wife, Bernice Milburn Moore. In addition to teaching at the University of Texas (1937-1966), Harry Estill Moore was coordinator of the Southwest Cooperative Program in Educational Administration (1950-1955) and editor of the Southwestern Social Science Quarterly (1956-1966).

From the guide to the Harry Estill Moore Papers, 1915-1977, (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin)

Alternate Names: Moore, Harry E. (Harry Estill), Moore, Harry Estill, Harry Estill Moore, Harry Moore