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William Augustine Scully

William Augustine Scully, American political organization worker. Served 3 years as; member Clearance Committee of War Industries Board, Washington, and; Member American Academy of Political and Social Science, American Political Science Association.

Background

  • Scully, William Augustine was born on August 24, 1886 in New York City. Son of Daniel Joseph and Julia (Browne) Scully.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools, business college, under private tutor and Georgetown University.

    Career

    • Began as bank and stock broker, New York, later newspaper reporter and special newspaper correspondent. Officer or director manufacturing and banking corporations. Vice president Ridgway Public Company.

      Director Washington Rapid Transit Company. Advisory editor Text Book of Aerial Laws. Special attache for political-economic affairs, Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State, 1919-1920.

      Eastern director Foreign Language bureau of Republican National Committee, 1923. Secretary El Paso County (Colorado) Republican Committee, 1910. Assistant Eastern director of publicity under Republican National Committee, campaign, 1923.

      Alternate delegate Republican Convention, New York State, from 1st Assembly District, 1926, 27.

    Religion

    Denomination: Catholic

    Membership

    Served 3 years as; member Clearance Committee of War Industries Board, Washington, and. Member American Academy of Political and Social Science, American Political Science Association.

    Connections

    • Married Asenath Genevieve Hall, June 1913. Children: Kate Hyde, William Hall.
    • father: Daniel Joseph Scully
    • mother: Julia (Browne) Scully
    • spouse: Asenath Genevieve Hall
    • children: Kate Hyde Scully
    • William Hall Scully
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    Born August 24, 1886
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