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Maurice CAMPBELL

Maurice CAMPBELL, American Prohibition Administrator. Club: National Republican.

Background

  • CAMPBELL, Maurice was born on October 7, 1870 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of S. S. and Mary (Bachman) Campbell.

  • Education

    • New York University.

    Career

    • J. Editorial staff New York Herald, 1893-1898. War correspondent for New York Herald during Spanish-American War. Entered theatrical business, producer of plays, 1899.

      Captain United States Army, 1917. Served with fourth Regular Division, France, 1918-1919, St. Michael, Argonne and Army of Occupation.

      Produced and directed motion pictures for Famous Players Lasky Corporation, 1919-1924. Produced for various other firms, 1924-1926. Entered Prohibition Service (Treasurer Department) Zone Supervisor, charge of Great Lakes Zone, 1926.

      Later jurisdiction extended to include North Atlantic Zone. Appointed Prohibition Administrator, second District, (Metropolitan Area), since 1927.

    Membership

    Club: National Republican.

    Connections

    • Spouse Henrietta Crosman, October 1, 1897, N.
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