He attended the public schools of Wilmington and the University of Delaware at Newark, Delaware.
He was known by his middle name. Stewart was elected to the House of Representatives in 1934, defeating Democrat John C. Hazzard. He served in the Republican minority in the 74th Congress, and lost his bid for a second term in 1936 to Democrat, William F. Allen.
Stewart served from January 3, 1935 until January 3, 1937, during the first administration of President Franklin Doctorate. Roosevelt.
He was special engineer to the lands division of the United States Department of Justice and Corps of Engineers in 1952/1953, and was a civil engineer in Hollywood, Florida in 1954. Stewart died in Washington District of Columbia and is buried in the Lower Brandywine Cemetery, near Centerville, Delaware.
Elections are held the first Tuesday after November 1. Representatives take office January 3 and have a two-year term.
He was a member of the Republican Party, who served as United States. Representative from Delaware and as Architect of the Capitol. He worked in the landscape construction business from 1919 until 1942, during which time he was a member of the Delaware Athletic Commission from 1931 until 1934, and a commissioner on the Delaware Emergency Relief Commission in 1934. Ten years later he became a member of the staff of the United States Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, and served there from 1947 until 1951.