American musicologist who was a founding member of the American Musicological Society and served as president of the Music Library Association from 1935 until 1937.
He studied at Cornell University from 1917 until 1919 and earned a degree from the University of Rochester.
He worked as a lecturer at the Catholic University of America in 1934.
His father was Professor William Strunk, Jr.
He was the son of William Strunk Jr.