Bartley Cavanaugh Crum, American lawyer, public. Member Kappa Alpha.
Crum, Bartley Cavanaugh was born on November 28, 1900 in Sacramento, California, United States. Son of James Henry and Emma (Cavanaugh) Crum.
Bachelor of Arts, Univercity California, 1922, Juris Doctor, 1924. Doctor of Hebrew Literature (honorary), Hebrew Union College, 1951.
Admitted to California bar, 1924, and practiced in San Francisco. Associate John Francis Neylan, 1924-1938, became associate Philip S. Ehrlich, 1938. President radio station KYA, San Francisco, 1946, KLAC, Los Angeles, 1946.
Admitted to New York bar, 1949, partner in law firm Hays, Podell, Algase, Crum & Feuer, New York City, special counsel President’s Committee on Fair Employment Practices, 1942. Member Anglo American Committee on Inquiry on Palestine, 1946. Consultant American Delegation United Nations, San Francisco, 1945.
Author: Behind the Silken Curtain. 1947. Contributor articles to mags.
Member Kappa Alpha.; Clubs: Bohemian, Press, Commonwealth, (San Francisco).
Married Gertrude Bosworth, October 8, 1929. Children: Patricia, Bartley.