C.H. McClure

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Dr. Clarence Henry McClure
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Name Dr. Clarence Henry McClure
Chapter Alpha
Central Missouri State University
Date Inducted February 14, 1916
Roll Number Α 3
Alumni Chapter/Assoc
Honorary Member
Birthdate January 2, 1873
Spouse Mildred McClure
Awards Distinguished Service Key

Dr. Clarence Henry McClure (born January 2, 1873) was an Alumni Member of Alpha Chapter (Α 3) at Central Missouri State University.

Early Fraternity Life and Career

Dr. McClure served Warrensburg for eighteen years and thirteen years as the head of History Department. The introduction of his book The United States of America lists him as the former head of the Department of Social Studies.

McClure the teaching position at the State Teachers College, Kirksville, Missouri (now known at Truman State University) in 1928 where he worked to form the Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi. Beta Chapter was officially founded in 1929.

Dr. McClure served both National Counselor and Vice President from 1930 to 1937. He published several books (listed below). He was awarded the first Distinguished Service Key ever issued by Phi Sigma Pi in 1931.

National Involvement

Other Interesting Facts

Published Works

  • The Story of Ancient Times, 1937
  • A World Background for the United States, 1946
  • The Background of Modern Nations
  • Our Developing Civilization, the Middle Ages
  • The United States of America
  • Elizabeth Marie McClure Mosley, 1941
  • The Middle Ages, Laidlaw Brothers, 1938
  • Missouri; Its Geography, History and Government
  • Fundamentals of Citizenship With Kansas Govenment, 1940

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National Counselor
Preceded By
Rolla F. Wood, Alpha
Succeeded By
Lawrence N. Pease, Alpha
National Vice President
Preceded By
Rolla F. Wood, Alpha
Succeeded By
Charles E. Manwiller, Eta
National Counselor
Preceded By
Lawrence N. Pease, Alpha Chapter
Succeeded By