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Alfred Armstrong ADAMS

Alfred Armstrong ADAMS, American State Legislator. Member of Artist Fellowship & AM.; Commandery; Knight Templar; Consistory; Scottish Rite; Shriners; Independent Order of Odd Fellows; Associate Graduates, United States Military Academy Club: Rotary.

Background

  • ADAMS, Alfred Armstrong was born on April 9, 1885 in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, United States. Son of Alfred Armstrong and Margaret Jarman (Gleaves) Adams.

  • Education

    • West Point Military Academy. Georgetown University. George Washington University, Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws.

    Career

    • C. Elected Member, State Legislature, Tennessee, 1901-1902, since 1929. Elected State Senator, Tennessee, 1903-1905, 1911-1913. Author of laws legalizing Primaries in State.

      Also abolishing saloons from State, known as Adams Law. Chairman, Committee on Penal Institute, and Chairman, Committee on Ed.

    Membership

    Member of Artist Fellowship & AM. Commandery; Knight Templar. Consistory; Scottish Rite.

    Shriners; Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Associate Graduates, United States Military Academy Club: Rotary.

    Connections

    • Spouse Mary Dove Albright, August 29, 1889, Washington, D.
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