Clifford Nickels Carver Edit Profile
Graduate Lawrenceville (New Jersey) School, 1909. Bachelor of Letters, Princeton, 1913. Research student, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, 1913-1914.
Honorary Doctor of Laws Bates College, 1963.
Douglas. Secretary to American ambassador, London, 1914-1915. Secretary to Colonel E. M. House on mission to Europe for President, 1915-1916. Assistant to Bernard M. Baruch in Council National Defense, 1917.
Commissioned Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, September 17, 1917. On duty Office Naval Intelligence, Washington, 1917-1918, as aide to Rear Admiral Roger Welles and later attached to United States Ship Rochester on convoy duty. Chairman, Baker, Carver & Morrell, Inc.
(shipping); director Oceanarium, Inc., other corporations Trustee Children’s Village, American Scandinavian Foundation, Fay School, Penobscot Marine Museum.
Member S.A.R., Society Mayflower Descendants, New England Society in City New York (vice president), Society Colonial Wars, Newcomen Society North America. Mason.; Clubs: Travellers (Paris).
Married Helen Philae, July 1, 1919. Children: John Amos Henry, Clifford Maxwell, George Wm.