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Daniel Richmond Edwards, American soldier. Served as press representative of Warren G. Harding’s presidential campaign, also under appointment of President Harding, as special expert in rehabilitation, etc., of the United States Vets’. Bureau, 1923-1926; Member Society of Engineers for Prevention of Crime, American Aviation Foundation.

Background

Edwards, Daniel Richmond was born on April 9, 1888 in Moorville, Texas, United States. Son of Jefferson Dudley and Joan Richmond (Sutton) Edwards.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Texas Agricultural and Mech. College, 1910; Master of Literature, Columbia School of Journalism, New York, 1920.

Career

1 daughter, Joan Frances. Enlisted in the United States Army, June 1, 1912. Served in Philippines, at Vera Cruz and with Texas Rangers until 1917.

Went to France with First Division, United States of America, April 1917. Participated in battles at Cantigny and Soissons. Wounded and lost arm and legal.

Membership

Served as press representative of Warren G. Harding’s presidential campaign, also under appointment of President Harding, as special expert in rehabilitation, etc., of the United States Vets’. Bureau, 1923-1926; Member Society of Engineers for Prevention of Crime, American Aviation Foundation. Clubs: Flyers, Commodore Athletic, Republican, Texas Agricultural and Mech.

Club of New New York.

Connections

Married Frances Sullivan, June 21, 1921.

father:
Jefferson Dudley Edwards

mother:
Joan Richmond (Sutton) Edwards

spouse:
Frances Sullivan