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David Demarest Lloyd, American lawyer. Member organization committee adult religious education institute, Christianity and Modern Man, Washington.

Background

Lloyd, David Demarest was born on June 6, 1911 in New York City. Son of David and Eliza Shore (Mathews) Lloyd.

Education

Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude, Harvard, 1931, Bachelor of Laws, 1935. Student Cambridge U., England, 1931-1932.

Career

Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1936. Legal div. Resettlement Administrn., Washington, 1935-1936. Assistant chief counsel civil liberties committee United States Senate, 1936-1940.

Staff legal div. F.C.C., 1940-1941. O.P.A., 1942-1943; assistant general counsel Foreign Economics Administration, 1944-1945. Legal advisory Mission for Economics Affairs, Embassy, London, 1945-1946.

Director research, legislation Americans for Democratic Action, 1947-1948. Staff White House, 1948-1951, administrative assistant to president, 1950-1953. Executive director The Harry S. Truman Library, Inc., 1953-1957.

Vice president The Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs, since 1957. Member of law firm Morison Murphy Clapp & Abrams.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Son and Stranger, 1950. The Sirens Let Him Go, 1960. Spend and Survive, The Intelligent Citizen’s Guide to Public Spending, 1960.

Membership

Member organization committee adult religious education institute, Christianity and Modern Man, Washington. Clubs: National Democratic (governor 1957-1960) (Washington).

Connections

Married Charlotte Tuttle, October 19, 1940. Children: Andrew Mathews, Louisa Tucker.

father:
David Lloyd

mother:
Eliza Shore (Mathews) Lloyd

spouse:
Charlotte Tuttle

child:
Andrew Mathews Lloyd

child:
Louisa Tucker Lloyd