James Smith Havens Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1884.
Admitted to bar, 1886, and began practice at Rochester. Elected to 61st Congress, from 32d New York District, April 19, 1910, for unexpired term (1910-1911), of James Breck Perkins, deceased. Resumed practice of law as member Havens & Havens.
Assistant treasurer, May 1918. Vice president in charge legal department and secretary, October 1919, Eastman Kodak Company.
Member Havens & Havens.
Married Caroline Prindle Sammons, January 16, 1894. Children: Lucy Prindle (Mistress Roland E. Parker), deceased, Mary Eleanor, James Dexter, Nathaniel Foote.