1889 – Born on the 27th of August.
1912 – He met Franklin D. Roosevelt while covering the Democratic Convention as a reporter for the United Press.
1913 – He was the Associated Press correspondent covering the Navy Department.
1920 – He returned to the United States and was asked by Roosevelt to be the advance man for the Vice
1927 – He became the Washington representative of Paramount News.
1932 – He served as one of the White House Secretaries, and responsible for press relations.
1937 – He served as the first-ever White House Press Secretary.
1945 – He live government service on the 1st of June to become Vice President of Pullman, Inc.
1949 – He became as a Deputy Secretary of Defense.
1950 – He was briefly Press Secretary to the president.
1951 – He died on the 11th of August.