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executive , musician , public relations

Douglas Craig James, public relations executive, musician, recording studio executive. President Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, 1980-1990. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1963-1969. Member of Milwaukee Athletic.

Background

James, Douglas Craig was born on December 13, 1938 in Milwaukee. Son of Charles Durand and Grace Velie James.

Education

Student, Lake Forest (Illinois) Academy, 1958; Bachelor, Princeton University, 1962; postgraduate, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1963-1964.

Career

Vice president, Zigman-Joseph Association, Milwaukee, 1963-1967; vice president, New York City, 1967-1969; president, Douglas C. James Association, Inc., Woodstock, New York, since 1970; president, Woodstock Recording Studio, since 1977; partner, Landmark Records, Berkeley, California, 1985-1993. Disc jockey Station WDST-FM, Woodstock, 1982-1991. Percussionist, recording artist Leo Records.

Membership

President Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, 1980-1990. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1963-1969. Member of Milwaukee Athletic.

Connections

father:
Charles Durand

mother:
Grace Velie James