William F. Willoughby

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William Franklin Willoughby (1867–1960) was an author of public administration texts including works on budgeting. He often worked with his twin brother, Westel W. Willoughby.

Biography[edit]

He was born on 20 July 1867 in Alexandria, Virginia.

  • Died: 6 May 1960 of a heart attack, Newport News, Virginia
  • Graduated from Johns Hopkins University, 1885[1]
  • Siblings: brother, Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1867-1945); sister, Alice Estelle Willoughby[1]
  • Wife: Bessie Talbot (Appleby) Willoughby[1]

Leadership Positions[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • The Government of Modern States, The Century Co., 1919
  • Government Organization in War Time and After: A Survey of the Federal Civil Agencies Created for the Prosecution of the War, 1919
  • The National Budget System, With Suggestions for Its Improvement, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1927
  • Financial Condition and Operations of the National Government 1921-1930, The Brookings Institution, 1931
  • The Movement for Budgetary Reform in the States, D. Appleton and Co. NY. 1918

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Swem Library, The College of William and Mary in Virginia [1]
  2. ^ The New York Times, 10 Nov. 1901

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