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Edwin Fremont Ladd

Edwin Fremont Ladd, American senator. Member of the United States Senate, term 1921-1927. Past president Association State and National Food and Dairy Depts.; member Standards Committee on Food Products for the United States.

Background

  • Ladd, Edwin Fremont was born on December 13, 1859 in Starks, Maine, United States. Son of John and Rosilla (Locke) Ladd.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University of Maine, 1884, Doctor of Laws, 1915.

    Career

    • Assistant chemist and chief chemist, New York State Experiment Station, 1884-1890. Dean School of Chemistry and Pharmacy and professor of chemistry, North Dakota Agricultural College, and chief chemist, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1890-1916, president, since 1916. Also state chemist. Food commissioner of North Dakota, since 1902.

      Editor the North Dakota Farmer, since 1899.

    Works

    • Author: Manual of Analysis, 1898. Mixed Paints, 1908
    • also annual reports and bulletins.

    Membership

    Member of the United States Senate, term 1921-1927. Past president Association State and National Food and Dairy Depts. Member Standards Committee on Food Products for the United States.

    Connections

    • Married Rizpah Sprogie, August 16, 1893.
    • father: John Ladd
    • mother: Rosilla (Locke) Ladd
    • spouse: Rizpah Sprogie
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    Born December 13, 1859
    Died June 22, 1925
    (aged 65)
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