1888 – Born on June 22nd in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. American jurist and politician.
1909 – Graduated from Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.
1912 – Graduated from the law department of Harvard University.
– He was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Cleveland, Ohio.
1914-1916 – Became an assistant attorney for a power company in Salt Lake City, Utah.
– Was an attorney for a power company in Boise, Idaho.
1917-1918 – Served in the army as lieutenant, and later as captain during World War I.
1919 – He resumed the practice of law in Cleveland, Ohio.
1923 – Became an instructor in Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
1928-1929 – Was a member of the board of education of East Cleveland.
– Became a member of the State house of representatives.
– Director of law of Cleveland.
1935 – Elected as mayor of Cleveland.
1940 – Elected as a Republican to the United States Senate.
1964 – Died on October 28th in Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C.