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Floyd Baker Wilson, American lawyer, author. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Background

Wilson, Floyd Baker was born on June 23, 1845 in Watervliet, New York, United States. Son of William H. and Evelyn (Weaver) Wilson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1871, also A.M. Bachelor of Laws, Cleveland Law College (now Adelbert U.), 1873. (Doctor of Laws, 1901, Richmond College).

Career

Horace G. Cleveland, of Cleveland, O., July 28, 1874. Admitted to bar, 1873. Practiced at Chicago until 1880.

Since then at New York. Specialty corpn. law and Spanish-Am, enterprises. Largely interested in mines in Mexico and placing enterprises in Europe.

President, counsel, Indian Oil Lands Corporation. Vice president counsel Aero-Power Corporation.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Uphill (novel), 1880. Paths to Power, 1901. Man Limitless, 1904

    • Through Silence to Realization, 1906.

      The Discovery of the Soul, 1908. Road to Freedom, 1911. The Man of Tomorrow, 1914.

      Through the Inner Door. Translator: La Coja y el Encogido, 1901. Contributor to leading mags.

      Decorated Busto del Liberatador, by President of Venezuela, 1909.

Membership

Member Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: Lotos, Delta Kappa Epsilon, University of Michigan.

Connections

Married Esther M., d.

father:
William H. Wilson

mother:
Evelyn (Weaver) Wilson

spouse:
Esther M.