Carson Peter Frailey Edit Profile
Doctor of Pharmacy, University Maryland, 1908, D.Sch., (honorary), 1946. Honorary Doctor of Laws Southeastern University, Washington 1949.
1 son, Carson Gray. With retail drug stores Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, Maryland., Washington, District of Columbia, 1908-1912. Armour & Company (now The Armour laboratories), Chicago, 1912-1914. H. K. Mulford Company, manufacturing chemists, Philadelphia, 1914-1923.
Executive vice president and secretary American Drug Manufacturers Association, Washington, District of Columbia since 1923. Professorial lecturer on industrial pharmacy, George Washington University Commissioned major, R.C., United States Army. Assistant, in studies of medical supply program against a national emergency.
Served as chairman drugs resources advising committee, Army and Navy Munitions Board 1940-1944, Chairman of Commission attached to Office The Surgeon General of the Army since 1944.
Member Committee on Revision of Constitution and By-Laws of the United States Pharmacopoeial Convention. Member Nominating Committee and board of trustees United States Pharmaceutical Convention, 1950-1960. Member of the board of trustees Southeastern University.
Member American Pharmaceutical Association (awarded 1 year. Member by Maryland. Board of Pharmacy for highest general average, 1908. Member), National Drug Trade Conference (president, since 1930), kappa Psi, Young Men’s Christian Association (president since 1944, chairman executive committee), S.A.R. Gold Key Award for Service to Youth, Young Men’s Christian Association Registered pharmacist Maryland., District of Columbia.
Member Rho Chi.; Member Luther Place Memorial Church (past president church council).
Married Rebecca Gray Houck, 1912.