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Francis Adams Truslow, American lawyer. Awarded Order of El Sol (Peru); Star of Africa (Liberia). Member selection board A of unites states department of State, 1950; Member Association Bar City of New York.


Truslow, Francis Adams was born on May 4, 1906 in Summit, New Jersey, United States. Son of Henry Adams and Jane Kent (Auchincloss) Truslow.


Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1928. Bachelor of Laws Harvard, 1932. Doctor Commercial Science (honorary), New York University, 1950.


Associate with law firm Duryee, Zunino and Amen, New York City, 1932-1934. Assistant to general counsel, New York Curb Exchange, 1934-1941, become general counsel, 1941. Associate with law firm Morgan and Lockwood 1934-1942.

Partner in firm, 1936-1942. Formed law firm Reed, Truslow, Crane and De Give, March 1942. On leave of absence July 1942-December 1945 special representative (area manager) to Peru, Rubber Reserve Company (United States Government agency), 1942-1944.

Vice president and director Rubber Development Corporation (government agency which succeeded Rubber Reserve Company in responsibility for accumulation of natural rubber in all regions outside United States), Washington, District of Columbia, March-October 1944, president October 1944-November 1945. In practice of law December 1945-March 1947. President of New York Curb Exchange since 1947.


Member selection board A of unites states department of State, 1950. Member Association Bar City of New York. Clubs: University, Downtown Association, Anglers’ (New York).


Married Elizabeth Auchincloss Jennings, November 17, 1933. Children: Francis Adams, Frederic Jennings, Elizabeth Buck, Sophia Day.

Henry Adams Truslow

Jane Kent (Auchincloss) Truslow

Elizabeth Auchincloss Jennings

Francis Adams Truslow

Frederic Jennings Truslow

Elizabeth Buck Truslow

Sophia Day Truslow