BYRON K. ARMSTRONG (1890-1980) Byron K. Armstrong, born in Westfield, Indiana, entered Indiana
University where he studied philosophy, mathematics, and sociology.
After finishing Indiana University, he earned his Master's degree
at Columbia University in 1913, and subsequently the Doctor of
Philosophy degree from the University of Michigan. He held teaching
positions in Florida, Indiana, Kansas, and Oklahoma. During World
War I, he served as an investigator for the Department of Labor.
He was awarded the Laurel Wreath in 1935.