CHARLES H. FAIRBANKS, born in Bainbridge, New York,
studied at Swarthmore and was a student at the University of Chicago
under Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole, professor of anthropology. He spent nearly
two years directing archeological excavations at Harrison, Dayton and
Charleston, Tennessee, and was in charge of the preservation of
materials collected in the Chickamauga Basin. He entered the Service in
1938 at Ocmulgee National Monument.
Biographical notes on H. S. LADD, RALEIGH C. TAYLOR
and ORIN M. BULLOCK, JR., have already appeared in this section.