House 1911-14 (District 37); Senate 1915-49 (District 42)
Party when first elected: Republican
Princeton Public Schools; Elementary School; Princeton High School; Secondary; GraduateCarleton College, Northfield, Minnesota; Attended College; 1 yearHamline University; Ph.B.; 1901St. Paul College of Law; LL.B.; 1904
Ellen May Adams (married in 1906; she died on June 12, 1938, while he was in office)
Two children: Marian and Janet (daughters)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He was a member of the Republican Party.He was a member of the Masons, Knights Templar.He played football for Carleton College.He died from a heart attack while driving his car to the Minnesota State Capitol. His funeral was held at the Masonic Temple in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was buried at Oakland Cemetery in St. Paul, Minnesota.Religion provided by the Minnesota Legislative Manual, 1949.
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