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Lawyer

Frederick Moffat Bradley, American lawyer. Member Washington National Monument Society, American Law Institute, American, District of Columbia (past Chairman of Commission on probate law) bar associations, Association Bar City New York, Newcomen Society North America, Phi Delta Phi, Delta Tau Delta.

Background

Bradley, Frederick Moffat was born on December 7, 1901 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Thomas and Mabel W. (Moffat) Bradley.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1923.

Career

Admitted to District of Columbia, Supreme Court of the United States Court bars. Partner Hogan & Hartson, Washington, 1954-1976. Director, general counsel Washington Loan & Trust Company, 1938-1954.

Director Riggs National Bank of Washington, 1954-1969, now advisory director. Counsel Renegotiation Board, United States Maritime Commission, 1942-1943. Trustee Corcoran Gallery Art, Washington Hospital Center, Louise Home.

Membership

Member Washington National Monument Society, American Law Institute, American, District of Columbia (past Chairman of Commission on probate law) bar associations, Association Bar City New York, Newcomen Society North America, Phi Delta Phi, Delta Tau Delta. Clubs: Alibi, Chevy Chase (past governor), Metropolitan (past governor), Alfalfa, Lawyers, Barristers (Washington).

Connections

Married Carolyn Chamberlain, June 2, 1928. Children: Carol F. (Mistress.

father:
Thomas Bradley

mother:
Mabel W. (Moffat) Bradley

spouse:
Carolyn Chamberlain

child:
Carol F. (Mrs Bradley