1892 – Born on the 1st of September in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
1914 – He graduated college at Harvard University.
1917 – He graduated a degree of Doctor of law in Harvard Law School.
– He served as a First Lieutenant United States Army, during and after World War I.
1920 – He became "Alderman" (a member of a Municipal assembly or council in many jurisdictions) in
1921 – He served as a Assistant District Attorney of Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
1922 – He was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
1929 – He became Speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives.
1939 – He was elected as a Governor of Massachusetts.
1944 – He was elected to the United States Senate.
1948 – He was re-elected to the United States Senate.
1954 – He was re-elected for the fourth time to the United States Senate.
1979 – He died on the 17th of June at the age of 86.