Temple, Wayne C(alhoun)
TEMPLE, Wayne C(alhoun)
TEMPLE, Wayne C(alhoun). American, b. 1924. Genres: Architecture, History, Biography. Career: Archivist, 1964-, and Chief Deputy Director, Illinois State Archives, Springfield; Assoc Editor, Lincoln Herald quarterly, 1974- (Editor-in-Chief, 1958-74). General, Illinois State Militia, Retired. Curator, Ethnohistory, Illinois State Museum, 1954-58; John Wingate Weeks Professor of History, Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, TN, 1958-64. Publications: Historic Tribes, 1958, 4th ed., 1987; Lincoln the Railsplitter, 1961; (ed.) Campaigning with Grant, 1961; The Civil War Letters of Henry C. Bear, 1961; Abraham Lincoln and Others at the St. Nicholas, 1969; Alexander Williamson, Tutor to the Lincoln Boys, 1971; Indian Villages of the Illinois Country: Atlas, 1975; Lincoln as a Lecturer on Discoveries, Inventions, and Improvements, 1982; Stephen A. Douglas: Freemason, 1982; By Square and Compasses: The Building of Lincoln's Home and Its Sage, 1984; Lincoln's Connections with the Illinois and Michigan, His Return from Congress in '48, and His Invention, 1986; Illinois' Fifth Capitol, 1988; Alfred Henry Piquenard: Architect of Illinois' Sixth Capitol, 1988; Abraham Lincoln: From Skeptic to Prophet, 1995; Thomas and Abraham Lincoln as Farmers, 1996; Alexander Williamson: Friend of the Lincolns, 1997; By Square & Compass: Saga of the Lincoln Home, 2002. Address: 1121S4th St Ct, Springfield, IL 62703, U.S.A.