1878 – Born on the 18th of October in Brooklyn, New York.
1898 – He took his bachelor’s degree from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
1900 – He received his masters degree from Yale University.
1912 – He entered investment banking, being in the employ of a New York Stock Exchange member firm.
1917 – He served with Colonel House on President Wilson’s commission to prepare data for the Paris
1918 – He was a Captain in the Military Intelligence division of the General Staff, US Army.
– He was selected for the US delegation to the Paris Peace Conference.
– He was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, serving as both chancellor and
treasurer of that organization.
1949 – He died on the 18th of May.