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Frank Irving Herriott (October 19, 1868 - September 14, 1941) was an academic and educator from the U.S. state of Iowa. The son of John and Nellie M. Herriott, he was born in Scott County, Iowa, October 19, 1868. Educated in the Stuart High School, he received his bachelor's degree from Iowa College (Grinnell) in 1890, his master's degree from that institution in 1893, and a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University the same year.

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  • Frank Irving Herriott (October 19, 1868 - September 14, 1941) was an academic and educator from the U.S. state of Iowa. The son of John and Nellie M. Herriott, he was born in Scott County, Iowa, October 19, 1868. Educated in the Stuart High School, he received his bachelor's degree from Iowa College (Grinnell) in 1890, his master's degree from that institution in 1893, and a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University the same year.
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  • Frank Irving Herriott (October 19, 1868 - September 14, 1941) was an academic and educator from the U.S. state of Iowa. The son of John and Nellie M. Herriott, he was born in Scott County, Iowa, October 19, 1868. Educated in the Stuart High School, he received his bachelor's degree from Iowa College (Grinnell) in 1890, his master's degree from that institution in 1893, and a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University the same year. From 1895 to 1898 he was acting professor of political science, Grinnell College; 1897 to 1901 he assisted his father in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury as deputy. In 1903, Frank Herriott began teaching at Drake University. For the first sixteen years he was a faculty member at Drake, Herriott held joint professorships in economics, political science and sociology. He continued teaching the latter two subjects until his death. Herriott was served on the board of the Associated Charities of Des Moines for thirteen years, and was associated with the Iowa Children's Home Society. He maintained an interest in the study of municipal and state government. His almost lifelong interest in Lincolniana made him a recognized authority in that period of history, being especially interested in the problems centering around Lincoln's election and rise to national prominence. Herriott was also keenly interested in state and regional history, and was a frequent contributor of articles bearing upon that field.
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