Boutwell Dunlap Edit Profile
B.L., University of California, 1901. Bachelor of Laws, Catholic University of America, 1905, Master of Laws, 1910. Unmarried.
Admitted to California bar, 1907, and practiced in San Francisco. Democratic candidate Congress, 1st California District, 1904. Consul of Argentine Republic at San Francisco, 1909-1916, and honorary consul, January 1, since 1917.
Was chosen arbitrator by the newspaper proprs. in their dispute with the Typographical Union, San Francisco, 1914. Honorary commissioner of Argentine Republican to Panama P.I. Exposition, 1915. Member International Jury Award for eugenics, same.
Proposed, and was member committee organization of International Congress of Genealogy at the Panama-P.I. Exposition, 1915. Compiler: (with R. E. Cowan) Bibliography of the Chinese Question in the United States, 1909.
Member Internat; member com.