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researcher , writer , lecturer.

George Grosvenor Dawe, British researcher, writer, lecturer.

Background

Dawe, George Grosvenor was born on July 15, 1863 in at Hersham (Surrey), England. Son of John Ward and Sarah (Grosvenor) Dawe.

Education

Student ungraded school, 1872-1878. Wilbraham (Massachusetts) Academy, 1884-1886. Came to the United States, 1883, naturalized, 1894.

Career

Circulation man Funk-Wagnalls, 1888-1892. With Review of Reviews, 1892-1898. Butterick Public Company, 1898-1907.

Secretary Society of America Authors, 1898-1903. Managing director Southern Commercial Congress, 1908-1912. Editor Nation’s Business, 1912-1914.

Organization, research and development work, 1914-1917. Y.M.C.A: work with American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1918-1920. Washington representative, research since 1908.

Organized early boys’ clubs in Melrose, New York, and New York City. Commercial body reorganization, Southern United States, 1907-1912, throughout the United States, 1912-1918. With various British commissions, 1942-1945.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Authors, 1898-1903

    • managing director Southern Commercial Congress, 1908-1912. Editor Nation’s Business, 1912-1914. Organization, research and development work, 1914-1917.

      Y.M.C.A: work with American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1918-1920. Washington representative, research since 1908. Organized early boys’ clubs in Melrose, New York, and New York City.

      Commercial body reorganization, Southern United States, 1907-1912, throughout the United States, 1912-1918. With various British commissions, 1942-1945.

Connections

Married Angeline Baldwin, July 14, 1886 (now deceased).; married second, Cynthia Ann Shaen, January 1, 1900. Children: John Grosvenor, George Lyman, Charles Gridley.

father:
John Ward Dawe

mother:
Sarah (Grosvenor) Dawe

spouse:
Angeline Baldwin

spouse:
Cynthia Ann Shaen

child:
John Grosvenor Dawe

child:
George Lyman Dawe

child:
Charles Gridley Dawe