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Sterling Edwin Edmunds

Sterling Edwin Edmunds, American lawyer, publicist. Member American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Association, American Society International Law, American Judicature Society.

Background

  • Edmunds, Sterling Edwin was born on June 5, 1880 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of Sterling Edwin and Mollie (Garnhart) Edmunds.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, public schools, Louisville, Kentucky. Student Benton College of Law, St. Louis, 1901-1903, University of Virginia, 1927. Doctor of Laws, St. Saint Louis University, 1917.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Eugenie (Mistress Alexander B. Carver). Reporter St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1897-1898. City editor St. Louis Chronicle, 1899-1901, managing editor, 1901-1903, editor in chief, 1903-1904.

      Admitted to Missouri bar, 1906. Special assistant unites states department State, 1918. Lecturer on international law, St. Saint Louis University Law School, 1909-1926.

      Organizer and director National Committee for the Protection of Child, Family, school and Church Vice-president United States Golf Association, 1919-1920.

    Works

    • Author: International Law Applied to the Treaty of Peace, 1919. The Lawless Law of Nations, 1925. The Federal Octopus, 1932, 1933.

      The Roosevelt Coup D’Etat of 1933-1940. Contributor to various law and other periodicals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Association, American Society International Law, American Judicature Society. Clubs: Noonday, Saint Louis Country (Saint Louis).

    Connections

    • Married Eugenia Howard, May 26, 1906.
    • father: Sterling Edwin Edmunds
    • mother: Mollie (Garnhart) Edmunds
    • spouse: Eugenia Howard
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    Died July 12, 1944
    (aged 64)
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