Charles Pagelsen Howard Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Harvard, 1909, A.M., 1910, Bachelor of Laws, 1914.
Assistant department government Harvard, 1914-1916. In practice of law, Boston, 1914-1925, 38-43, 58-66.
Served to captain United States Army, World War (St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives). Member Massachusetts Public Building Commission, 1947-1951, chairman since 1948. Member Civil Service Assembly United States and Canada (vice president 1937-1938).
American Political Science Association, American Society for Public Administration, Military Government Association (president Boston chapter, 1949-1950), American Legion (judge advisory department Massachusetts 1932-1934). Mason (Shriner).; Clubs: Eastern Yacht, Union, Boston City (president 1938-1940), Meadow Brook Golf (president 1920-1922). Member Rotary International.
Married Katherine Montague Graham, September 15, 1921. Children: Margaret, Herbert Graham.
Member Massachusetts State Senate, 1923-1925. Alternate delegate Republican National Convention, 1924, delegate to convention, 1928. Budget commissioner Massachusetts, 1925-1928.
Chairman Commision on Administration and Finance, Massachusetts, 1925-1938. Member Massachusetts Emergency Public Works Commission, 1933-1938, 40-47. Coordinator and fiscal agent Massachusetts state projects Civil Works Administration, 1933-1934, Emergency Relief Administration, 1935-1938.
Consultant Graduate School Public Administration, Harvard, 1937-1939, 41-43. Treasurer Middlesex County, 1938-1955. President Blackstone Savings Bank (Boston) 1940-1943.