Teacher high schools, New York City, 1914-1917. Research in foreign banking for Federal Reserve Board in United States and Europe, 1920-1922. Assistant professor. banking, Columbia, 1921-1923.
Professor banking, New York University, 1923-1927. Dean School of Business and Civic Admiral, College City of New York, 1927-1932, department chairman economics 1927-1947. Ordained deacon, Episcopal Church, December 18, 1943, and priest, June 4, 1944.
Vicar, St. Andrews, Hartsdale, New York, 1943-1948. With Federal Reserve Board, 1920-1922. Director Institute of International Finance, 1926-1927.
Special agent unites states department Commerce, New York City, 1923, in Europe, 1924. Economist Bank of America, 1923-1927. With Stone, Webster & Blodget, 1927-1932.
Instructor on investments Graduate School of Banking, American Bankers Association, 1935-1939.
Author: New York as an Eighteenth Century Municipality, 1917. (with H. P. Willis) Banking and Business, 1922. Foreign Commercial Credits, 1922.
International Trade Finance, 1924. Problems and Questions in Banking, 1924. Investing in Foreign Securities, 1926.
Principles of Bond Investments (with Lawrence Chamberlain), 1927. Principles of Banking and Finance, 1932. Investments, 1935