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Thomas Hughes Ingle ’41

Published in Feb. 20, 1991, issue

THE CLASS had lost touch with Tom way back in 1950 when he asked that Princeton not send him mailings. Adding a final note to this sadness, we have now learned that he passed away some time in 1978and we know not where.

Tom was born March 31, 1920, in Evansville, Ind., and went to the Georgetown Preparatory School where he was on the golf and tennis teams, and was active in debating and publications. As a freshman he lived in mustybutraucous old 11 Dickinson St. along with Walt Hugins, Bob Livesey, Mort Wright, Bill Wilson, Alex Hargrave, and Dick Plumer. He is remembered as a rather quiet but gentlemanly and scholarly man. The following year he roomed in Pyne Hall. Tom majored in English and was graduated with high honors.

To those who knew and loved Tom Ingle, the Class extends deep sympathy.

The Class of 1941

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Brian McCarthy Says:

2012-03-26 10:06:11

He had a one-man show at the Whitney Museum in New York City 1956. I had him as a teacher when I was 6 years old and again in 1969 at Connecticut College in New London, Conn.

Brian McCarthy Says:

2012-03-26 10:15:18

Tom was a modernist painter. He studied with Joseph Albers. He is survived by a daughter, Inez Ingle. His work is in the Lyman Museum in New London, Conn. He had a one-man show at the Whitney Museum in New York City in 1956.
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