Abram Piatt Andrew Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1893, Master of Arts (honorary), 1923. University of Halle, Berlin, Paris, 1897-1899. A.M., Doctor of Philosophy., Harvard, 1900.
Instructor and assistant professor, economics, Harvard, 1900-1909. Expert assistant and editor of publications of National Monetary Commission, 1908-1911. Director of the mint, November 1909-June 1910.
Assistant secretary of the Treasury, 1910-1912 elected member 67th Congress, 6th Massachusetts District to fill vacancy, September 1921. Re-elected 68th to 74th Congresses (1923-1937). Served, A. E.F., France, 1917-1919. Commnd., Major, 1917, Lieutenant Colonel, 1918.
Awarded Croix de Guerre, Legion of Honor, French Army, Distinguished Service Medal by American Army. Made Offlcier de L’Ordre de Leopold, Belgian Government Delegate, Republican National. Convention, 1924, 1928.
Member 67th Congress, 6th Mass.
Officer Order of Leopold (Belgium). Treasurer American Red Cross, 1910-1912. Delegate International Conference of Red Cross, 1912.
Delegate Republican National Convention, 1924 and 1928. Delegate of America Legion to Fidac Congress, Rome, 1925. Trustee Princeton University.