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Frederick Loviad Harvey, American lawyer. member 1894-1916.

Background

Harvey, Frederick Loviad was born on May 6, 1856 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Frederick Loviad (Senior) and Helen Mary (Ford) H.

Education

Student College City of New York. Bachelor of Laws, Columbian (now George Washington University, 1879, Master of Laws, 1880.

Career

Honorary W. S. Holman (congressman from Indiana), April 8, 1889. Admitted to bar, 1879. Secretary to joint commission for completion of Washington National Monument, under act of August 2, 1876, 1878-1888.

Principal examiner land claims and contests United States General Land Office, 1888-1896. Law examiner United States Forest Service, since 1906. Assistant secretary and secretary Washington National Monument Society, since 1874, member 1894-1916.

Author: History of the Washington Monument and of the Washington National Monument Society, 1902 (enlarged, illustrated and printed as a Senate document, 2d session, 57th Congress).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: History of the Washington Monument and of the Washington National Monument Society, 1902 (enlarged, illustrated and printed as a Senate document, 2d session, 57th Congress).

Membership

Member 1894-1916.

Connections

Married Pamela Dean, d.

father:
Frederick Loviad Harvey

spouse:
Pamela Dean