Albert Henry Washburn Edit Profile
Bachelor of Philosophy, Cornell Univercity, 1889. Doctor of Laws, Dartmouth, 1924. Private secretary to Honorary Andrew D. White during college course.
Attended law schools Georgetown University, and University of Virginia. Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown, 1895.
United States consul at Magdeburg, Germany, 1890-1893. Private secretary to Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, 1893-1896. Assistant United State Attorneys for district of Massachusetts, 1897-1901.
Special United States Treasury counsel in customs cases, 1901-1904. Resigned to enter private practice, 1904. Alternate delegate Republican National Convention, 1896.
Delegate Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, 1917-1919. Permanent member United States Legal Advisory Board, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1917-1919. Presidential elector, Massachusetts, 1921.
President Association of the Customs Bar, 1917-1922. Professor political science and international law, Dartmouth, since 1919. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Austria, February since 1922.
Second United States delegate on commission of jurists to consider amendment of the laws of war pursuant to a resolution of the Washington Conference on Limitation of Armament, sitting at The Hague December 1922-March 1923. President mixed commission to adjust differences arising out of provisional commercial agreements between Austria and Jugoslavia, 1923-1924. Chevalier, 1st class, Royal Order of Saint Olav, Norway, 1913.
Home: Middleborough, Mass.
Member United States Legal Advisory Board, Commonwealth of Mass.
Married Florence B. Lincoln, January 11, 1906.