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Murray Danforth Lincoln was born on april 18, 1892 in Raynham, Massachusetts. He was the second son to minot and Helen Lincoln, whose family ultimately numbered five boys and one girl. He grew up on his family’s small farm and was educated in the local public schools before attending Massachusetts Agricultural College (now the University of Massachusetts). at the university, Lincoln was active in the Lambda Chi alpha fraternity and received a bachelor of Science degree in 1914.
Later that year, murray Lincoln began his career as an advocate for farmers by becoming a county agricultural agent: one of the first in new England, and the first in Connecticut.
On October 9, 1915, Murray married Anne Hurst of Easton, Massachusetts. Together, they had one daughter, who passed away early in life. Then in 1917, he moved to Cleveland to become the agricultural representative for the Society for Savings bank.
"People believe that through the american way of life they can work together to encourage wider ownership of economic activities. In this way, they believe they can develop an economy of abundance which will provide a maximum of security and freedom."
LATER YEARS AND ACCOLADES
Murray Lincoln was regularly honored for his service. He was awarded honorary degrees from St. Francis Xavier University, the University of Massachusetts, and yankton College. He was decorated gran Official, Order of merit of the republic by the Italian government. Harry Truman considered Lincoln for the position of Secretary of agriculture, and he was also often discussed as a senatorial candidate, which he politely declined.
In 1960, Lincoln published his memoir, Vice President in Charge of revolution. In it, he looked back at his life, his career, his public service, and his philosophy. as he considered his legacy, he had this to say: “I got a call from mrs. John Dewey, the widow of the great american philosopher and teacher. although I had hardly met mr. Dewey...almost his last words on earth were ‘Call murray Lincoln. He’s an honest man and knows something about business.’ I’m not making any plans to have an epitaph written for myself, but that’s how I’d like to be remembered.
Murray Lincoln passed away in November 1966, leaving a legacy that shaped an industry, impacted the world, and touched millions of lives.
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