Charles Beecher Warren Edit Profile
Bachelor of Philisophy, University of Michigan, 1891, honorary Master of Arts, 1916. Bachelor of Laws, Detroit College of Law, 1893. Doctor of Laws, Albion College, 1924.
Engaged in practice at Detroit, since 1893. Associate with Don M. Dickinson in firm of Dickinson, Warren & Warren until 1900. Member of law firm of Warren, Hill, Hamblen, Essery and Lewis.
Director and general counsel, National Bank of Commerce, Detroit. Associate counsel for United States before Joint High Commission to determine Behring Sea claims, 1896. Counsel for United States in N. Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration with Great Britain, before The Hague Tribunal, 1910.
Delaware at large Republican National Convention, 1908. Member Republican National Committee and Executive Committee, 1912-1920. Ambassador to Japan, June 1921-March 1923 (resigned).
Head of High Commission to Mexico that negotiated terms for resumption of diplomatic relations, May-September 1923. Ambassador to Mexico, February-August 1924 (resigned). Delegate at large Republican National Convention, 1924 (Chairman of Commission on platform and resolutions).
Commissioned major, R.C., April 1917. Lieutenant colonel N.A., February 1918. Colonel N.A., July 1918.
Honorary discharged February 1919.
Member of law firm of Warren, Hill, Hamblen, Essery and Lewis. Member Rep.
Married Helen Wetmore, December 2, 1902. Children: Wetmore (deceased), Charles B., Robert, John Buel.