Author:Eliot Wadsworth

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Eliot Wadsworth
(1876–1959)
A.B., Harvard, 1898. Boston lawyer. Member of Stone & Webster.[1] Vice Chairman of the Central Committee and executive head in Washington of the American Red Cross, 1916-1919.[2] Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, in Charge of Foreign Loans, 1921-1925.[3][4]

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  1. "WADSWORTH, Eliot" (1915). Who's Who in New England: p. 1099. 
  2. "LAWYER HEADS RED CROSS; Eliot Wadsworth Is Named Executive to Succeed Gen. Murray" (Aug. 24, 1916). NY Times. 
  3. National Press Corps website — 1925 photograph of Eliot Wadsworth with Secretary of the Treasury Andrew W. Mellon
  4. "ELIOT WADSWORTH MARRIES MRS. SCULL" (July 22, 1922). NY Times.  As Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Wadsworth married the widow of Guy H. Scull in a ceremony presided over by Episcopalian Bishop Herbert Shipman.
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