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Henry Joseph Hart

railroad counsel , executive

Henry Joseph Hart, American railroad counsel, executive. Member American Bar Association, (past.

Background

Hart, Henry Joseph was born on January 25, 1880 in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph Henry and Eunice Tuttle (Abbott) Hart.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Brown U., 1902, student Law School (now Northeastern), 1903-1905.

Career

Admitted to Massachusetts bar, 1905, practiced as junior lawyer with Choate, Hall, & Stewart, Boston, 1905-1909. Admitted to Connecticut bar, 1909, member of law department New York, N.H. & H. Railroad Company, New Haven, 1900-1916. Admitted to Maine bar, 1916, general counsel Bangor & Aroostook Railroad Company, Bangor, from 1916, clerk of the corporation from 1936. secretary Executive Committee from 1940, vice president, from 1949.

Special counsel Public Works Administration, railroad loan div., Department of Interior, November 1933-May 1934.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, (past.

Connections

Married Katherine Pauline Aldrich, April.; married second, Florence Merryman Bradley, September 1, 1917.

father:
Joseph Henry Hart

mother:
Eunice Tuttle (Abbott) Hart

spouses:
Katherine Pauline Aldrich

Florence Merryman Bradley