Robert H. Guest1,2,3,4

M, b. 3 May 1916, d. 27 September 2005
Robert H. Guest
FatherJames Henry Guest5,6,4 b. 27 Jan 1878
MotherLottie Newbould1,2,4 b. 27 Jan 1884, d. Feb 1967
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsNicholas and Elizabeth Fleming Mahony Descendancy Chart
     Robert H. Guest appears as Robert H. Guest, age 3, in the census of 15 January 1920 at East Orange, Essex, New Jersey,in the household of James Henry Guest as his son; James' parents, James and Mary, are also enumerated at this address.1
     Robert H. Guest resided in January 1920 at 24 South Seventeenth Street, East Orange, New Jersey, with his parents, James and Lottie and his sister, Alice, and brother, James. His paternal gradparents, James and Mary Guest, were also living with them.1
     Robert H. Guest appears as Robert H. Guest, age 13, in the census of 9 April 1930 at 24 North 21st Street, East Orange, New Jersey,in the household of James Henry Guest as his son; James' mother, Mary Guest, age 78, was also living with the family.2 Robert H. Guest resided in April 1930 at 24 North 21st Street, East Orange, New Jersey, with his parents and siblings, James and Alice. His maternal grandmothers, Mary Guest and Elizabeth Newbould also were living with him, along with a cousin, Edward Fleischer.2 He was educated in 1939 at Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, graduating with a B.A. degree in Economics (cum laude.)3,7 He was educated in 1941 at Columbia University, New York, New York, graduating with an M. A. degree and a Ph.D. in Industrial Sociology.8,7 He was the director of Personnel and Labor Relations at the Limerick Yarn Mills between 1941 and 1942 at Maine.3 Between 1943 and 1945 Robert H. Guest served in the U.S. Navy.3,8 He was a senior field examiner on the National Labor Relations Board between 1945 and 1947 at Atlanta, Georgia.3,8 Between 1947 and 1960, Robert was a research assistant in the Labor and Management Center at Yale and then became the Director of Research at the Institute of Human Relations Technology Project at New Haven, Connecticut.3,8,7
     Robert H. Guest published "The Man On The Assembly Line" with Charles R. Walker; he became head of Field Research on the Yale Technology Project in 1952.3 He was a research associate in Industrial Relations and associate director on the yale Technology Project between 1953 and 1960 at New Haven, Connecticut.3 He published "The Foreman On The Assembly Line" with Charles R. Walker and Arthur N. Turner in 1956.3 He was a lecturer at New Haven College between 1956 and 1959 at New Haven, Connecticut.3,7 He was a Nuffield Foundation lecturer at Leeds University in 1958 at Leeds, England.3,7 He was a professor of Organizational Behavior in 1960 at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.3,8 He was educated in 1960 at New York, New York, receiving his Ph.D. from Columbia University.3,8 He published "Organizational CHange: The Effect of Successful Leadership" in 1962.3 He was appointed a member of N.H. Mental Health Study Committee; with other Tuck School faculty mebers, published Hospital Policy: Process and Action". in 1964.3 Robert was a seminar associate between 1965 and 1970 at Columbia University, New York.7 He contributed to the "History of Technology", edited by M. Kranzberg and C. Pursell in 1966.3 He was named a member of the N. H. Aeronautics Commission in 1968.3 He was appointed a member of management advisory panel, NASA; visiting professor at the University of Strathclyde in 1969 at Glasgow, Scotland.3,7 He ran for N. H. State Senate in 1972 at New Hampshire.3 He was educated in 1974 at Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, receiving a doctor of humane letters.8 He published "Organizational Change Through Effective Leadership", with Paul Hersey and Kenneth R. Blanchard in 1977.3 Robert was a professor between 1978 and 1980 at the California American University, Escondido, California.7 Robert was an Erskine Fellow in the Spring of 1980 at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.3,7 He published "Innovations in the Workplace" in 1981.3 He was retired in 1981 at New Hampshire; from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.3 Robert was a visiting professor in the Winter of 1983 at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.7 Robert was a visiting lecturer in the Fall of 1983 at Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland.7 Robert was a visiting professor between 1985 and 1986 at the Maine Maritime Academy, Maine.7 Robert was a visiting lecturer in the Spring of 1988 at the University of St. Andrews, Glasgow, Scotland.7 Robert received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts.7 Robert received an honorary M.A. from Dartmouth College, Amherst, Massachusetts.7
     Robert H. Guest died on 27 September 2005 at Harvest Hill, Lebanon, New Hampshire, at age 89.8

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1920East Orange, Essex, New JerseyRobert H. Guest appears as Robert H. Guest, age 3, in the census of 15 January 1920 at East Orange, Essex, New Jersey,in the household of James Henry Guest as his son; James' parents, James and Mary, are also enumerated at this address.1
193024 North 21st Street, East Orange, New JerseyRobert H. Guest appears as Robert H. Guest, age 13, in the census of 9 April 1930 at 24 North 21st Street, East Orange, New Jersey,in the household of James Henry Guest as his son; James' mother, Mary Guest, age 78, was also living with the family.2

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
January 192024 South Seventeenth Street, East Orange, New JerseyRobert H. Guest resided in January 1920 at 24 South Seventeenth Street, East Orange, New Jersey, with his parents, James and Lottie and his sister, Alice, and brother, James. His paternal gradparents, James and Mary Guest, were also living with them.1
April 193024 North 21st Street, East Orange, New JerseyHe resided in April 1930 at 24 North 21st Street, East Orange, New Jersey, with his parents and siblings, James and Alice. His maternal grandmothers, Mary Guest and Elizabeth Newbould also were living with him, along with a cousin, Edward Fleischer.2

Citations

  1. [S438] James H. Guest household, 1920 United States Federal Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, East Orange, ED 44, sheet 9B, dwelling 97, family 201.
  2. [S439] James H. Guest household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Essex, New Jersey, population schedule, East Orange, ED 7-420, sheet 6B, dwelling 95, family 166.
  3. [S589] The Papers of Robert H. Guest at Dartmouth, online http://ead.dartmouth.edu/html/ml42.html
  4. [S594] Notes on the Mahoney/Newbould Family, Ruth Parker Storrs to Robert Smith.
  5. [S438] James H. Guest household, 1920 United States Federal Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, East Orange, ED 44, sheet 9B, dwelling 97, family 201, shows his father as James H. Guest.
  6. [S439] James H. Guest household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Essex, New Jersey, population schedule, East Orange, ED 7-420, sheet 6B, dwelling 95, family 166, shows mother as Lottie Guest.
  7. [S910] Robert H. Guest, "Robert H. Guest's Biographical Data,."
  8. [S590] A Rich, Long Life (Bob Guest), online http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/today/2006spring/…