Chase Salmon Osborn Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Purdue University as of 1880. Doctor of Medicine Detroit College of Medicine, 1909. Doctor of Laws, University of Michigan, 1911, Olivet College, 1911, Alma (Michigan) College, 1912, Northwestern University, 1922, Atlanta Law School, 1935.
Doctor of Science in Natural Science, Wayne U., 1944.
Adoption of her as daughter annulled, April 1949). Married second, Stellanova Brunt Osborn, April 9, 1949. Began newspaper work on Lafayette (Indiana) Home Journal.
Went to Chicago on Chicago Tribune and in 1880 to Milwaukee, reportorial and editorial work. Purchased 1883, public Florence (Wisconsin) Mining News. Editor Miner and Manufacturer, Milwaukee, 1887.
Purchased, 1887, Sault Ste. Marie (Michigan) News public it until 1901, when sold it and purchased the Saginaw (Michigan) Courier-Herald, which sold, 1912. Postmaster Sault Ste.
Marie, Michigan, 1889-1893. State game and fish warden, Michigan, 1895-1899. Commissioner of railroads for Michigan, 1899-1903.
Regent University of Michigan, 1908-1911. Governor of Michigan, 1911-1912. Candidate for United States Senate, 1918, 28.
Endorsed by Michigan for Republican nomination as vice president of the United States, 1928.
Member Michigan Unemployment Commission, 1932. Member Committee of 1912 Progressives for Landon, and Republican presidential elector-at-large for Michigan, 1936. Member advisory committee Detroit and Michigan Exposition, 1935, Michigan Works Progress Administration, 1941.
Honorary patron Georgia Bicentennial Commission. Member Future Farmers of America (honorary. Member Gabriel Richard Day Committee, Michigan, 1937.
Member Advisory Board of Trustees Alexander Blain Hospital, Detroit. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member Lake Superior Mining Institute, American Ornithologists Union, American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Seismological Society America, Georgia Mineral.
Society (honorary), American Society Mammalogists, Sulgrave Institution, National Audubon Society, American Bison Society, American Huguenot Society, Michigan Academy Science, Arts and Letters, Chippewa County (Michigan) History Society (honorary), Wilson Ornithological. Club, American Pioneer Trails Association (charter), Tippecanoe County (Indiana) History Association, Atlanta (Georgia) History Society, Macon (Georgia) History Society. Mason (33°), Elk.; Odd Fellow, Knights of Pythias.
Member Grange.; Clubs: Detroit, University, Detroit Athletic, Prismatic, Gristmill, Purdue, Algonquin (active, life), Three Score and Ten (Detroit).
Married Lillian G. Jones, May 7, 1881 (died February 4, 1948).; married second, Stellanova Brunt Osborn, April. Children: Ethel Louise, George Augustus, Lillian (deceased), Chase Salmon, Emily Fisher, Oren Chandler (deceased), Miriam Gertrude (deceased), Stella Brunt (adopted.
- George A. Osborn
- Lillian G. Jones
- Stellanova Brunt Osborn
- Chase Salmon Osborn
- Ethel Louise Osborn
- Oren Chandler Osborn (deceased)
- Emily Fisher Osborn
- Miriam Gertrude Osborn (deceased)
- Stella Brunt (adopted Osborn
- Lillian Osborn (deceased)
- George Augustus Osborn