In Young Men’s Christian Association work, 1888-1915. As head of railroad department, investigated condition of Russian railroad employees for Russian government. Associate general secretary International Cora.
Young Men’s Christian Association, 1901-1911, making 13 trips to Europe on Young Men’s Christian Association business, also supervising Young Men’s Christian Association club work in Canal Zone. With executive department (welfare work) of International Harvester Company, 1911-1915, headquarters at Chicago. Executive assistant to president of Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, 1915-1917, to president of Standard Oil Corporation (New Jersey), 1917-1933.
Chairman of the executive committee Industrial Relations Counselors, Inc., since July 1933. Occasional lecturer on industrial relations, Princeton, Harvard, Yale and several other universities.
Born March 7, 1863