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Ralph Horace Kimball

Ralph Horace Kimball, business executive. Member American Bar Association, Federal Communications Commission Bar Association, Sigma Nu Phi.; Member Protestant Episcopal Church.

Background

  • Kimball, Ralph Horace was born on May 3, 1886 in Danvers, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Frank B. and Annie F. (Goodwin) Kimball.

  • Education

    • Graduate Salem Commercial School, 1904. Bachelor of Laws, National Law School, Washington, District of Columbia, 1911, Master of Laws, 1912.

    Career

    • Male stenographer Bureau of Census, 1906-1908. Admitted to Washington, District of Columbia Bar and to Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, 1920. Supreme Court of the United States Court, Washington, District of Columbia, 1923, also New York Circuit Court of Appeals, 2d District, 1926.

      Confidential clerk to Interstate Commerce Commission, 1910-1914. Attorney, 1914-1922, in Interstate Commerce Commission. Attorney, specializing in valuation of property, Western Union Telegraph Company, 1922-1924.

      Assistant general attorney law department, 1924-1941, vice president, in charge labor relations, since October, 1941. Director Western Union Telegraph Company, Teleregister Corporation, Atlantic and Ohio Telegraph Company, Gold and Stock Telegraph Company, International Ocean Telegraph Company, New York Mutual Telegraph Company, Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Company.

    Membership

    Member American Bar Association, Federal Communications Commission Bar Association, Sigma Nu Phi. Member Protestant Episcopal Church.

    Connections

    • Married Maude E. Heagy, June 24, 1911.
    • father: Frank B. Kimball
    • mother: Annie F. (Goodwin) Kimball
    • spouse: Maude E. Heagy
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    Died August 23, 1947
    (aged 61)
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