1884 - 1964 (80 years)
||Arthur David Cloud |
||May 04, 1884
||Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, USA
||Sep 12, 1918
||Winnetka, Cook county, Illinois, USA 
- On his WW-I draft registration he is a lawyer with Osborne, Cloud & Kline. His nearest relative is his wife Patsy Warner Cloud and they live at 823 Humboldt Ave, Winnetka, IL.
|Social Security Number
||326-10-2088 (IL) |
||Sep 02, 1964
||Glencoe, Cook county, Illinois, USA
- Arthur was an attorney who used the pseudonym of George Reeder for some of his writings. He was an Iowa publisher and founder and publisher of 'Industrial Medicine'. He was also author of a couple of industrial works, along with "Lewd Moon: A Narrative in Rhythm" (pub. Cloud, Inc. Chicago, 1946) a novel of the life of an Iowa town on the Misissippi around 1900.
"TIMES were hard in 1932. In the midst of the Great Depression, deprivation and desperation .... Such was the bleak backdrop against which this magazine was born ... Industrial Medicine.
"The inspiration for the new magazine started with attorney Arthur David Cloud, an Iowa native whom associates invariably have described as both a poet and champion of workers' rights. Almost two years earlier Cloud had established a small magazine called Industrial Relations that covered pension systems, bonuses, welfare policies, profit-sharing plans, and similar topics. But toward the end of 1931, the wordsmith met Dr. Durward R. Jones, then medical director of the Sherwin-Williams Co., who convinced Cloud that the industrial medical department was the most important aspect of industrial relations and the aspect most in need of a specialized magazine. Jones introduced Cloud to Dr. Clarence Olds Sappington, the National Safety Council's Division of Industrial Health director, who, according to Cloud, "for some years had been himself dreaming of a journal devoted to industrial medicine. Persuaded by these two physicians, I changed the name of Industrial Relations to Industrial Medicine, and directed its editorial policy toward the doctors in industry rather than the so-called personnel managers. The response was heartening. Thus encouraged, we tested the field by putting out three issues, starting with October, 1932.
".... In the October 1964 issue of his magazine, Industrial Medicine, news was announced of his death on Sept. 2. The journal devoted pages in memoriam, reproducing on one a large plaque AAIPS had given Cloud in 1950 for his exemplary service in making Industrial Medicine the Occupational Health & Safety association's official publication.
1900 census, Davenport, Scott Cty, Iowa
Francis Sisson, 39, born Mar 1861, married 2 yrs, IL, MA, PA, traveling salesman.
Mary E., wife, 40, born Sep 1859, married 2 yrs, IA, Scotland, PA
Arthur Cloud, stepson, 16, May 1884, IA, IA, IA
Wilbur D. Cloud, stepson, 13, born Jul 1886, IA, IA, IA
Kenneth E. Cloud, stepson, 12, born May 1888, IA, IA, IA
Gertrude C. Sisson, daughter, 13 born Feb 1887, IA, IA, IA
Ralph S. Sisson, son , 9, born Aug 1891, 9, IA, IA, IA
Mark E.Sisson, son, 8, born May 1892, IA, IA, IA
[note: would appear enumerator got carried away with Iowa. The last 3 children should probably be showing ILL for birth place of father]
1910 census Chicago, Cook Cty, IL
George M. Haynes, 62, IL, TN, IL, city lawyer
Margaret Haynes, 58, OH, OH, OH
Margaret S. Haynes, 32, daughter, IL, IL, OH, kindergarten teacher
Arthur D. Cloud, 26, son-in-law, IA, IA, IA, editor of trade paper
[blank] Cloud, 28, daughter, IL, IL, OH
[note: there was a question mark where his wife's name should have been.
1930 census New Trier, Cook Cty, IL - no military
Arthur D. Cloud, 45, married at age 32, IA, IA, IA, lawyer, general practice
Patricia W., 44, married at age 31, MO, OH, OH
Arthur D. Jr., 11, IL, IA, MO
Peter W., 7, IL, IA, MO
Mary E. Cloud, 70, mother, IA, Scotland, PA, indicates M for married but no age listed for when married. And no husband listed with her. Interesting that her name is listed as Cloud, but that might have been an assumption on the part of the enumerator.]
[note: This would almost seem to be Arthur's second marriage. 1910 he was married. Although, it is a possibility the 1910 census was someone else. But interesting that his father-in-law in 1910 was a lawyer and here in 1930 he is a lawyer.. Also, in 1910 he was 2 yrs younger than his wife and here he is 1 yr older.]
||Aug 11, 2018 |
||George Reeder Cloud, b. Abt 1858, Muscatine county, Iowa, USA , d. Bef 1900 (Age ~ 41 years) |
||Mary E. "Mollie" Dunsmore, b. Sep 1859, Iowa, USA , d. |
||Apr 30, 1880
||Muscatine county, Iowa, USA
||Patricia W. "Pansy" Warner, b. Abt 1886, Missouri, USA , d. |
||Jun 14, 1916
|+||1. Arthur David Cloud, Jr., b. Jun 02, 1918, Illinois, USA , d. Feb 03, 2005, Beaufort, Carteret county, North Carolina, USA (Age 86 years)|
| ||2. Peter W. Cloud, b. Apr 12, 1922, Illinois, USA , d. May 01, 1994, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, USA (Age 72 years)|