Arthur D. Wood Edit Profile
Educational public schools.
Grand Marais (Michigan) Herald and Munising (Michigan) News, 1894-1927. Juvenile judge of Alger Company, 1908-1927, commissioner of pardons and paroles, State of Michigan, 1927-1930. Chairman United States Board Paroles, 1930-1947.
Special assistant to the attorney general of the United States, March 1-October 31, 1947. Retired. Now adviser in penal and parole matters. Chairman Alger County Chapter American Red Cross, Alger County War Relief Board, World War.
Founder American Parole Association. Director American Prison Association, Washington Child Guidance Clinic, Washington Institute of Mental Hygiene. Member Executive Board American Institute Criminal Law and Criminology.
Member of advisory council Osbourne Foundation.
Member Executive Board American Institute Criminal Law and Criminology. Member of advisory council Osbourne Foundation. Member National Economics League, Michigan Academy of Science and Arts, Michigan Prosecuting Atty’s.
Association, Central States Parole Association, American Probation Association.
Married Sophia E. Goupelle, October 14, 1899. Children: Grace M. (Mistress F. F. Mumford), Thelma M. (Mistress William Barsanti), Mercedes (Mistress George McIntyre), Arthur D. Newspaper reporter, later editor public.