John Gilbert Winant Edit Profile
Preparatory education, St. Paul’s School, Concord, N.H. Master of Arts, Princeton, 1925, Dartmouth, 1925. Doctor of Laws, University of N.H., 1926.
Member N.H. House of Representatives, sessions 1917, 23, Senate, 1921. Governor of N.H., 1925-1926, 1931-1934. Chairman Textile Inquiry Board, 1934.
Assistant director International Labor Office, Geneva, 1935 and 1937-1939, director since 1939. Chairman Social. Security Board, 1935-1937, appointed ambassador to Great Britain, 1941. Appointed United States representative on European Advisory Commission, 1943.
Enlisted in Paris as private American Expeditionary Force, 1917. With 1st Aero Squadron. Commander 8th Observation Squadron.
Honorary discharged as captain, April 1919.
Member N.H. House of Representatives, sessions 1917, 23, Senate, 1921. Member N.E. Council, National Recreation Association (Vice-President), N.H. Tuberculosis Association, (president), National: Consumers League (president), American Association Labor Legislation (vice president). Trustee International Young Men’s Christian Association College.
Clubs: Wonolancet (Concord).
Married Constance Rivington Russell, December 20, 1919. Children: Constance, John G., Rivington Russell.