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Bronson CUTTING

Bronson CUTTING, United States Senator.

Background

  • CUTTING, Bronson was born on June 23, 1888 in Oakdale, Long Island, New York. Son of William Bayard and Olivia Peyton (Murray) Cutting.

  • Education

    • Harvard TJ., Bachelor of Arts, 1910.

    Career

    • Moved to N.Mexico, 1910. President New Mexico Printing Company, 1912-1918, Santa Fe New Mexico Publication corporation since 1920. Publication Santa Fe New Mexican and El Nuevo Mexicano.

      Treasurer 1912-1914, Chairman, 1914-1916 Progressive State Central Comm, of New Mexico. Commissioned Captain United States Army, 1917. Assistant Military Attache, American Embassy, London, 1917-1918.

      Awarded British Military Cross. Regent N.Mexico Military Institute 1920. Chairman Board of Commissioners New Mexico State Penitentiary, 1925.

      National. Executive Committeeman. 1919-1920. Appointed by Governor Richard A. Dillon, December 29, 1927 to fill vacancy in Senate caused by death of Senator Andrieus A. Jones, served until December 1928. Elected 1928 for term of six years Republican.
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