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Vincent A. CARROLL

Vincent A. CARROLL, American Assistant District Attorney. Member, Board of Directors Sesqui-Centennial, Philadelphia, 1926; General Chairman, American Legion National Convention, 1926; National Yice-Commander 1925-1926.

Background

  • CARROLL, Vincent A. was born on August 17, 1891 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John F. and Catharine F. (Muldoon) Carroll.

  • Education

    • Wharton School, University of Pa. Law School, University of Pennsylvania.

    Career

    • Special Assistant Attorney General, United States under President Harding, President Coolidge, 1920-1926. Assistant District Attorney, Pennsylvania Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1926. Lieutenant, Captain, Major, Field Art. with 79 Division during World War.

      Awarded Divisional Citation. Recommended for Distinguished Service Medal. Promoted Lieutenant Colonel, United States Reserve Corps, 1925.

      General Chairman, Hoover-Curtis Citizens Committee, Philadelphia, 1928.

    Membership

    Member, Board of Directors Sesqui-Centennial, Philadelphia, 1926. General Chairman, American Legion National Convention, 1926. National Yice-Commander 1925-1926.

    Connections

    • Spouse Rosalie Hallahn McMichan, April 3, 1918, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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