Bourne, Randolph Silliman
1886 - Born on May 30th in Bloomfield, New Jersey. American literary critic and essayist whose polemical articles made him a spokesman for the young radicals who came of age on the eve of World War I.
- He studied with John Dewey, got a traveling fellowship that took him to England Paris Rome Berlin Copenhagen, wrote a book on the Gary schools.
- He worked his way through Columbia working in a pianola record factory in Newark, working as proofreader and accompanist in a vocal studio in Carnegie Hall.
1913 - Bourne graduated from Columbia University.
- He went to work as a secretary to a Morristown businessman.
1918 - Died of Spanish flu on December 22nd in New York, New York.
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