Angus Wilton McLean Edit Profile
Graduate McMillan Military School, 1884. High school, 1885-1889. B.L., University of North Carolina, 1892.
Doctor of Laws from University of North Carolina, 1926.
Began practice at Lumberton, 1892. Company attorney, Robeson Company, 1892-1904. Senior member McLean, Varser & McLean.
President Bank of Lumberton, 1898-1914. Now president National Bank of Lumberton, Robeson Development Company, McLean Trust Сompany. Vice president Lumberton Cotton Mills, Jennings Cotton Mills.
Chairman Democratic Executive Committee Robeson Company, 1892. Chairman presidential campaign committee, 1912, 16. Member Democratic National Committee, 1916-1924.
Elected governor of North Carolina, term 1925-1928, inclusive, by largest majority ever given any candidate in the state. Director War Finance Corporation, Washington, 1918-1920. Managing director, 1920-1921.
Assistant secretary of Treasury, 1920-1921. Member railway loan advisory committee United States Treasurer, 1920-1921. Member Selective Service Advisory Committee.
General counsel in North Carolina for alien property custodian. Organized Robeson Company Chapter American Red Cross. Chairman company Liberty Loan Committee President trustees Flora MacDonald College.
Trustee Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, since 1920, University of North Carolina, since 1912.
Member McLean, Varser & McLean. Member Dem; member ry. Member Selective Service Advisory Committee.
Married Margaret French, April. Children: Angus W., Margaret F., Hector.