Harry Allen Overstreet
Harry Allen Overstreet (October 25, 1875 – August 17, 1970) was an American writer and lecturer, and a popular author on modern psychology and sociology. His 1949 book, The Mature Mind, was a substantial best-seller that sold over 500,000 copies by 1952. From 1911 to 1936, he was chair of Department of Philosophy and Psychology at City College of New York. He lectured and worked frequently with his second wife, Bonaro Overstreet.
- (18 August 1970). Prof. Harry A. Overstreet Dies; Author and Lecturer Was 94; Psychology Chairman at City College, 1911-36, Wrote for the Layman, The New York Times
- (11 September 1985). Bonaro W. Overstreet, Author, Is Dead at 82, The New York Times
- Shook, John R., ed. Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers, Volume 1, p. 1851 (2005)
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