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Lawyer

John Giraud Agar, American lawyer. member New York Board Education, 1896-1898. Vice president. National Civic Federation, 1905.

Background

Agar, John Giraud was born on June 3, 1856 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Son of William and Theresa (Price) Agar.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Georgetown University, 1876, A.M., 1888. Doctor of Philosophy, 1889, Doctor of Laws, 1910. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1880.

Career

John Giraud (killed in France, October 1918), William Macdonough, Herbert Sebastian, Agnes Dorothea, Philip Sylvester. Assistant United State Attorneys, Southern District, New York, 1881-1882. Chairman campaign committee People’s Municipal League, 1891.

Lieutenant commander and p.m. and judge advocate on staff of captain naval militia, New York, 1897-1898. Member New York Board Education, 1896-1898. Vice president. National Civic Federation, 1905.

President Reform Club, 1906-1908, Municipal Art Society, 1908-1909, National Arts Club, 1910. Trustee Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1916-1931, Farmers Loan & Trust Company, 1919-1930.

Membership

Member New York Board Education, 1896-1898. Vice president. National Civic Federation, 1905.

Connections

Married Agnes Louis Macdonough, February 18, 1892. Children: Lieutenant.

father:
William Agar

mother:
Theresa (Price) Agar

spouse:
Agnes Louis Macdonough

child:
Lt Agar