1 son, John Osgood. Assistant in economics, Dartmouth College, 1904-1905, University of Wisconsin, 1905-1907. Founder, 1911, and editor American Labor Legislation Review (quarterly). Secretary and member Executive Committee American Association for Labor Legislation since 1909.
Chairman bureau of Economics Young Men’s Christian Association War Work Council, 1918-1919. Member hygiene reference board Life Extension Institute. Member New York Mayor’s Committee on Unemployment, 1913-1914.
Member President’s Unemployment Conference, 1921. Member Pennsylvania Unemployment Committee, 1931. Member of New York Committee on Workmen’s Compensation, 1931.
Consultant Social Security Board since 1937. Technology adviser United States Government in London and assistant secretary in Washington to first official International Labor Conference under the League of Nations, 1919. Member government delegation to Geneva, 1936.
Special agent unites states department of Labor, 1938-1939. Member Federal Advisory Council, United States Employment Service. Associate editor Documentary History of America Industrial Society.
Writer of the United States Government reports on occupational diseases, resulting in abolition of poisonous phosphorus match, etc. Lecturer social legislation, Columbia University, 1920, 28, 30, 39, University of California, 1921.