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George Wilkins Guthrie

George Wilkins Guthrie, American ambassador. Member Pennsylvania State Commission which erected the Home for Feeble-Minded at Polk, Pennsylvania; member committee National Municipal League on Municipal Program (report published, 1900). Associate counsel Tilden electors before Florida Returning Board, 1876; member board of managers Kingsley House Association Honorary; member and; Mason.

Background

  • Guthrie, George Wilkins was born on September 5, 1848 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John B. Guthrie.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Western University of Pennsylvania (now University of Pittsburgh), 1866, A.M., 1868. Bachelor of Laws, Columbian (now George Washington University, 1869. (Doctor of Laws, University of Pittsburgh, 1905, Trinity College, 1907).

    Career

    • Thomas M. Howe, of Pittsburgh, December 2, 1886. Admitted to bar, 1869, and since in practice at Pittsburgh.

    Membership

    Member Pennsylvania State Commission which erected the Home for Feeble-Minded at Polk, Pennsylvania. Member committee National Municipal League on Municipal Program (report published, 1900). Associate counsel Tilden electors before Florida Returning Board, 1876.

    Member board of managers Kingsley House Association Honorary. Member and; Mason.

    Connections

    • Married Florence J., d.
    • father: John B. Guthrie. Guthrie
    • spouse: Florence J.
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    Died March 8, 1917
    (aged 68)
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