U.S. statesman and financier, first director of the Bureau of the Budget, coauthor of the Dawes Plan for settlement of German reparations after World War I, vice-president of the United States under Calvin Coolidge, and cowinner of the 1925 Nobel Peace Prize.
DAWES, Charles G. was born on August 27, 1865 in Marietta Ohio. Son of Rufus C. and Mary (Gates Dawes.
Admitted to the Bar, 1886. United States Comptroller of the Currency, 1897-1902. Served in France, 1917-1919.
Distinguished Service Medal, Croix de Guerre, Commander, Order of Leopold Belgium. Commander Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus Italy. Commander Legion of Honor.
Director of the Budget, 1921-1922. Chairman Reparation Commission to investigate possibilities of German Budget, 1923. V. Pres, of the United States, 1925-1929.
Chairman of Financial Commission to Santo Domingo, 1929. American Ambassador to the Court of St. James, since 1929.
Spouse Caro Dana Blymyer January 1889, Cincinnati, O.