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lawyer , member Democratic National Committee

Alexander Morton Campbell, American lawyer, member Democratic National Committee. Awarded Neizer Debating Trophy, Indiana U., 1929, National Keystone award, Boys Clubs American. Member Indiana Saddle Horse Association (president 1957), Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Chi, Delta Theta Phi.; Mason, Elk, Moose, Eagle.; Member Christian Church.

Background

Campbell, Alexander Morton was born on April 14, 1907 in Coldwater, Ohio, United States. Son of Samuel T. and Elsie C. (Bolman) Campbell.

Education

Student Olivet College, 1925-1927. Bachelor of Laws, Indiana U., 1930.

Career

1 son, Thomas Morton. Practicing attorney, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1930-1935. Assistant United State Attorneys, Northern District of Indiana, 1935-1941, United State Attorneys, 1941-1948.

Assistant attorney General United States, 1948-1950. Democratic National committeeman from Indiana, 1960. Trustee Indiana U.; director Indiana U. Foundation, Boys Clubs of America Chairman Allen Company Democratic Committee, 1934-1936.

National president, Indiana U. Alumni Association, 1939-1940.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Building Our Defenses, World Order through Law. The Christian Evangelist. The Choice Before Civilization.

Membership

Member Indiana Saddle Horse Association (president 1957), Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Chi, Delta Theta Phi. Mason, Elk, Moose, Eagle. Member Christian Church.

Clubs: Chicago Lake Shore.

Connections

Married Eleanor E. Church, July 5, 1935.

father:
Samuel T. Campbell

mother:
Elsie C. (Bolman) Campbell

spouse:
Eleanor E. Church