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Top Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1945: 1945 U.S. and Canadian Fellows

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1 Samuel Barber, Deceased. Music Composition: 1945, 1947, 1949. 1582
2 Leonid Hurwicz, Emeritus Regents' Professor of Economics, University of Minnesota: 1945. 672
3 Jacob Lawrence, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1945. 568
4 Marianne Moore, Deceased. Poetry: 1945. 496
5 Theodore Roethke, Deceased. Poetry: 1945, 1950. 418
6 Jacques Barzun, University Professor Emeritus, Columbia University; Literary Adviser, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York City: 1945. 251
7 Hodding Carter, Deceased. General Non-Fiction: 1945. 202
8 C. Vann Woodward, Deceased. U.S. History: 1945, 1959. 145
9 Lukas Foss, Composer, New York City: 1945, 1959. 137
10 Jack Delano, Deceased. Photography: 1945. 103
11 Leo Beranek, Consultant on Acoustics, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge: 1945. 98
12 Revilo P. Oliver, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. 97
13 Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Deceased. Architecture: 1945. 92
14 Brett Weston, Deceased. Photography: 1945. Appointed as Weston, Theodore Brett. 91
15 Herbert Aptheker, Deceased. Sociology: 1945. 89
16 Jean Stafford, Deceased. Fiction: 1945, 1948. 85
17 Britton Chance, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Biophysics, and Physical Biochemistry, and Radiologic Physics, University of Pennsylvania Medical School: 1945, 1947. 76
18 Charles Kittel, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1945, 1956, 1963. 73
19 Jack Levine, Painter, New York City: 1945, 1947. 56
20 Alexander H. Leighton, Professor Emeritus of Social Psychiatry, Harvard University; Professor of Psychiatry and Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University: 1945, 1947. 39
21 Abraham Kaplan, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. 37
22 Frederic Brenton Fitch, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. 37
23 Mauricio Lasansky, Graphic Artist; Virgil M. Hancher Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Iowa: 1943, 1944, 1945, 1953, 1964. 33
24 Hans Rosenberg, Deceased. German & East European History: 1945, 1946. 31
25 Fred Kabotie, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1945. 25
26 Mitchell Siporin, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1945, 1947. 23
27 Ben Belitt, Poet; Professor Emeritus of English Literature, Bennington College: 1945. 22
28 William E. Wilson, Deceased. Fiction: 1945. 21
29 Charles F. Bryan, Deceased. Music Composition: 1945. 20
30 Edwin Hewitt, Deceased.Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Washington: 1945, 1955. 18
31 Harry Bober, Deceased. Fine Arts Research 1945. 14
32 Samuel Herrick, Deceased. Astronomy-Astrophysics: 1945, 1952. 12
33 Robert Pick, Deceased. Fiction: 1945. 11
34 Caroline Bache McMahon, Deceased. Fiction: 1945. 10
35 Donal Hord, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1945, 1947. 10
36 Thomas R. S. Broughton, Deceased. Classics: 1945, 1958. 9
37 Merrill Monroe Jensen, Deceased. U.S. History: 1945. 9
38 Paul G. Horgan, Deceased. General Nonfiction and Biography: 1945, 1958. 9
39 Edward Novitski, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of Oregon: 1945, 1974. 8
40 Walter H. Pitts, Deceased. Mathematics: 1945, 1947. 7
41 Henry William Spiegel, Deceased. Economic History: 1945. 7
42 Edward Laning, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1945. 6
43 Edward A. Reep, Artist, Bakersfield, California: 1945. 5
44 Jerre G. Mangione, Deceased. General Nonfiction: 1945. 5
45 Norman A. Malcolm, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. 5
46 Adolph Dioda, Deceased. Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1945. 5
47 Robert King Hall, Deceased. Education and Far Eastern History: 1945, 1949, 1952. < 5
48 Paul Erdős, Deceased. Mathematics: 1945, 1946. < 5
49 Dai-keong Lee, Composer, New York City: 1945, 1951. < 5
50 Lindsay Helmholz, Deceased. Chemistry: 1945. < 5
51 Richard Beale Davis, Deceased. American Literature: 1945, 1959. < 5
52 Nikolai Lopatnikoff, Deceased. Music Composition: 1945, 1953. < 5
53 Marie Kimball, Deceased. Biography: 1945, 1946. < 5
54 Frank Davenport Duncan, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1945, 1947. < 5
55 John William Shirley, Deceased. History of Science: 1945. < 5
56 Roger Yate Stanier, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1945, 1951, 1967. < 5
57 Dorothea C. Leighton, Deceased. Psychology: 1945, 1947. < 5
58 Ellsworth Charles Dougherty, Deceased. Biology: 1945, 1948. < 5
59 C(harles) Grant Loomis, Deceased. Folklore: 1945. < 5
60 Walter Allen, Jr., Deceased. Classics: 1945. < 5
61 James Emerson Phillips, Jr., Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English Literature: 1945. < 5
62 Rudolph Charles von Ripper, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1945, 1947. < 5
63 Mary Hatch Marshall, Deceased. Medieval Literature: 1945, 1946. < 5
64 E. Yale Dawson, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1945. < 5
65 Alrik Gustafson, Deceased. Germanics: 1945, 1946. < 5
66 Ralph Leslie Rusk, Deceased. American Literature: 1945. < 5
67 Mabel Frances Timlin, Deceased. Economics: 1945. < 5
68 Louis Alexander MacKay, Deceased. Classics: 1945. < 5
69 Richard Gordon Lillard, Deceased. English: 1945, 1946. < 5
70 Chandler McCuskey Brooks, Deceased. Medicine: 1945. < 5
71 William Farr Church, Deceased. French History: 1945, 1948, 1953. < 5
72 Denis Llewellyn Fox, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1945. < 5
73 Seymour S. Cohen, American Cancer Society Research Professor Emeritus, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1945, 1982. < 5
74 Orville T. Bailey, Professor Emeritus of Neurosurgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago: 1945. < 5
75 Dale L. Morgan, Deceased. U.S. History: 1945, 1970. < 5
76 George Kumler Anderson, Deceased. Folklore: 1945. < 5
77 Donald E. McCown, Deceased. Near Eastern Studies: 1945. < 5
78 James E. Peck, Painter, Bothell, Washington: 1945. < 5
79 Henry L. Smith, Deceased. U. S. History: 1945. < 5
80 Frank Vavruska, Deceased. Fine Art-Painting: 1945. < 5
81 Richard Poate Stebbins, Senior Research Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., New York City: 1945. < 5
82 John W(illiams) Calkin, Deceased. Mathematics: 1945, 1946. < 5
83 Frederick A. Pottle, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1945, 1952. < 5
84 Barnaby Conrad Keeney, Deceased: Medieval History, British History: 1945. < 5
85 Karl E. Fortess, Deceased. Fine Arts, Painting: 1945. < 5
86 Charles Wright Mills, Deceased. Sociology: 1945. < 5
87 Bradford Smith, Deceased. Non-Fiction: 1945, 1946. < 5
88 Lewis H. Kleinholz, Professor Emeritus of Biology, Reed College: 1945. < 5
89 Lawrance Thompson, Deceased. American Literature: 1945. < 5
90 Richard S. Angell, Deceased Retired Chief, Technical Processes Research Office, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.: 1945. < 5
91 Franklin Le Van Baumer, Deceased. Randolph W. Townsend, Jr. Professor of History, Yale University: 1945. < 5
92 G. LaVerne Freeman, Psychologist: 1945. < 5
93 Roy Overstreet, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1945, 1957. < 5
94 Claude Willis Barlow, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1945. < 5
95 Benjamin N. Nelson, Deceased. Medieval History: 1945. < 5
96 Charles Leslie Stevenson, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. < 5
97 Israel E. Drabkin, Deceased. Classics: 1945. < 5
98 Carlos E. Chardón, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1945. < 5
99 Edward Millman, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1945. < 5
100 Elliott Cook Carter, Composer; Member of Composition Faculty, The Juilliard School: 1945, 1950. < 5
101 Donald Whitney Burns, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1945. < 5
102 Damon Boynton, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1945. < 5
103 Bernard Weinberg, Deceased. Italian: 1945, 1955. < 5
104 Eleanor Platt, Deceased. Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1945. < 5
105 William Clement Eaton, Deceased. U.S. History: 1945. < 5
106 Morris T. Keeton, Senior Fellow and President Emeritus, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, Columbia, Maryland: 1945. < 5
107 Stanley J. Kunitz, Deceased. Poetry: 1945. < 5
108 Frede Vidar, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1945. < 5
109 George L. Kreezer, Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, Washington University: 1945, 1947. < 5
110 Dean Stanley Tarbell, Deceased. Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Vanderbilt University: 1945, 1961. < 5
111 Frederick Ludwig Will, Deceased. Philosophy: 1945. < 5
112 Paul Henry Giddens, Deceased. U.S. History: 1945. < 5

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