Charles Seymour Whitman Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Amherst. 1890; Bachelor of Laws, New York University, 1894. Honorary Master of Arts, Williams, 1904.
Doctor of Laws, New York University, 1913, Amherst, 1913, Williams, 1914, and Hamilton, 1918.
Assistant Corporate Counsel, New York, 1901-1903. Member and later president, Board City Magistrates, New York, 1904-1907. Judge Court of General Sessions, New York, by appointment of Governor Hughes, 1907.
District attorney New York County, 1910-1914. Governor of New York, terms January 1, 1915-December 31, 1918. Resumed practice of law at New York City, 1919.
Member Whitman, Ransom, Coulson & Goetz. Commissioner of Port Authority of New New York.
Mason.; Member American Bar Association (president 1926-1927), New York State Bar Association, Bar Association City of New York, New York Chamber of Commerce, Society of the Cincinnati, S.R., Society Colonial Wars, S.A.R., St. Nicholas Society, N.E. Society Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: University, Metropolitan, Century, Down Town Association, Union League, Piping Rock, Newport Country.
Married Olive Hitchcock, December 22, 1908 (died May 29, 1926). Children: Charles S., Olive (Mistress J. J. Parsons).