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Ralph Waldo Morrison

Ralph Waldo Morrison, American utilities executive, hotel executive. Member American delegate to Economics Conference, London, 1933; member Federal Reserve Board, January 27, 1936, resigned, May 20, 1936.; Member The Council on Foreign Relations.; Mason (32°).

Background

  • Morrison, Ralph Waldo was born on September 7, 1878 in Howell Company, Missouri. Son of Joseph and Julia (McCann) M. student West Plains College, 1900.

  • Education

    • Student West Plains College, 1900.

    Career

    • President Pan-American Hotel Company. President Texas-Mexican Ry. Director Central and Southwest Utilities.

      Delegate to Economics Conf.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member American delegate to Economics Conference, London, 1933. Member Federal Reserve Board, January 27, 1936, resigned, May 20, 1936. Member The Council on Foreign Relations.

    Mason (32°).; Clubs: Country (San Antonio).

    Connections

    • Married Leo Louise Chartrand, of St.
    • father: Joseph Morrison
    • mother: Julia (McCann) Morrison
    • spouse: Leo Louise Chartrand
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    Born September 7, 1878
    Died April 3, 1948
    (aged 69)
    Nationality