1886 – Born on the 30th of May at Plymouth, Pennsylvania.
1909 – He received a law degree from Notre Dame University in Indiana.
1913 – He was a member of the Montana state legislature.
1925 – He moved to New York to become general counsel and manager of Comerford Theatres.
1931 – He became a founding member of the Roosevelt for President Society.
1932 – President Roosevelt named him treasurer of the Democratic National Committee.
1933 – Named the National Emergency Council, as executive secretary Democratic National Committee.
1940 – He entered the Roosevelt cabinet.
1945 – Serving as Postmaster General
– He was named an alternate delegate to the first United Nations General Assembly meeting.
1959 – He died on the month of September 13, at the age of 73 in New York City.