Harry Bartow Hawes Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, St. Louis Law School (Washington University), 1896.
Began practice of law, St. Louis, 1896. Represented the Republic, of Hawaii during annexation to the United States, 1898. Member Missouri Ho of Republican, 1916-1917.
President Board Police Commissioners, St. Louis, 4 years. Member 67th to 69th Congresses (1921-1927), 11th Missouri District. Member United States Senate, 1927-1933, resigned, February 3, 1933.
Was candidate for government. Now in practice of law at Washington and St. Louis, Major United States Army, and appointed to military intelligence bureau. Military attache, Madrid, World War, Democrat Episcopalian.
Member: Sons of the American Revolution. Sons of Confederate Veterans. American Legion; Military Order of World War.
American, Missouri and St. Louis Bar Associations. American Society of International Law. Clubs: Chevy Chase (Washington), Racquet, Sunset Hill, Noonday (St. Louis).
Married Eppes Osborne Robinson, November 15, 1899. Children: Mistress Peyton Hawes Dunn, Eppes Bartow (Mistress William Fahnestock, Junior.