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Douglas William Hartman, American lawyer. Member American, Federal (treasurer 1941-1943, secretary 1943-1944,; Mason.; Club: University.


Hartman, Douglas William was born on September 7, 1902 in Horicon, Wisconsin, United States. Son of George Nicholas and Flora Ella (Bossman) Hartman.


Student of University Wisconsin, 1919-1922. Bachelor of Arts, George Washington University, 1925, student Law School, 1925-1927. Bachelor of Laws, National U. Law School, 1929.


Admitted to Wisconsin and District of Columbia bars, 1931. Clerk, trade letter analyst Department State, Washington, 1923-1928. United States member Validation Board for German Dollar Bonds, 1953-1962.

Private secretary Wisconsin Republican in Congress, Washington, 1928-1935. Attorney Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, 1935-1941, trade practice conference division Federal Trade Commission, 1941-1945. Trade conference officer Foreign Economics Administration, 1945.

Chief export-import advisory section Office International Trade, Department Commerce, 1946. Administrative assistant United States Sen. Owen Brewster, 1947-1949.

Private practice law, partner Denslow & Hartman, 1949-1953. Counsel Roberts & McInnis, Washington, since 1963. Trustee Joseph E. Davis Foundation, Shapley Schools.


Member American, Federal (treasurer 1941-1943, secretary 1943-1944. Mason.; Club: University.


Married Kathryn Maxine Wendt, December 28, 1934.

George Nicholas Hartman

Flora Ella (Bossman) Hartman

Kathryn Maxine Wendt