Log In

Charles Stewart Davison Edit Profile

Lawyer

Charles Stewart Davison, American lawyer.

Background

Davison, Charles Stewart was born on April 14, 1855 in New York City. Son of Edward Francis and Charlotte Sewell (White) Davison.

Education

Student Inner Temple, London, England., 2 yrs.

Career

Practiced in New York City, since 1877. Specialist in constitutional and commercial law.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author and Editor: The Alien in Our Midst (book). The Founders of the Republic on Immigration (book). Contributor on constitutional topics.

      Devised “The Mystery Ships” for British and French navies, 1915. Collaborator with Madison Grant on The Passing of the Great Race (book) and Conquest of a Continent (book).

Membership

Member Association Bar City of New York (ex-chairman of the executive committee), New York Law Institute, National Association Constitutional Government, American Defense Society (honorary chairman), American Coalition Patriotic Socs. (Board of Governors), National Lafayette Day Committee (honorary secretary), Immigration Restriction League, Civil Service Reform Association, Civil Legion, Dutch Belted Cattle Association, Hampshire Swine Association, National Parks Committee, etc. Member Executive Committee League of Republican.

Clubs; Clubs: Century, Down Town, Harvard, Boone and Crockett (formerly vice president), United University (London, England.), Pitt, A.D.C. (Cambridge, England).

Connections

father:
Edward Francis Davison

mother:
Charlotte Sewell (White) Davison