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Milton Crane

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Death: August 1985 (68)
Washington, DC, United States (Pneumonia)
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Son of Max Hyman Crane and Frieda Crane
Husband of Sibylle Renate Crane
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About Milton Crane

New York Times Obituary: Aug 15, 1985

Milton Crane, a professor of English and a literary critic, died of pneumonia Monday at a nursing home in Washington, where he had resided for the last 10 years.

He was 68 years old.

Dr. Crane was professor emeritus of English at George Washington University, having retired in 1975. He was also the editor of several anthologies of short stories and of Sins of New York, a compilation of accounts of notorious crimes, published in 1948.

He received his bachelor's degree from Columbia and his doctorate from Harvard.

Dr. Crane's wife, Sibylle, died in 1976. Survivors include two sons, John T. Crane of New York and Peter G. Crane of Chevy Chase, Md., and one grandchild. [http://www.nytimes.com/1985/08/15/us/milton-crane.html]

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Milton Crane's Timeline

1917
1917
1985
August 1985
Age 68
Washington, DC, United States

NY Times Obituary Aug 15, 1985
Milton Crane, a professor of English and a literary critic, died of pneumonia Monday at a nursing home in Washington, where he had resided for the last 10 years.

He was 68 years old.

Dr. Crane was professor emeritus of English at George Washington University, having retired in 1975. He was also the editor of several anthologies of short stories and of ''Sins of New York,'' a compilation of accounts of notorious crimes, published in 1948.

He received his bachelor's degree from Columbia and his doctorate from Harvard.

Dr. Crane's wife, Sibylle, died in 1976. Survivors include two sons, John T. Crane of New York and Peter G. Crane of Chevy Chase, Md., and one grandchild.