John Henry Bartlett Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1894, A.M., 1920. Doctor of Laws, University N.H., 1920.
1 son, Calvin Page. Teacher in grammar schools and high school, Portsmouth, 4 years. Admitted to N.H. bar, 1898. Practiced at Portsmouth since 1898.
Now member of law firm Bartlett and Mitchell. Postmaster, Portsmouth, 1899-1908. Member of staff of Governor John McLane, 1905-1906, rank of colonel.
Elected governor of N.H., 1918, term 1919-1921. President Civil Service Commission, Washington, District of Columbia, 1921-1922. 1st assistant United States postmaster general, March 1922-May 1929.
Chairman United States Section International Joint Commission, United States and Canada, 1929-1939. President Portsmouth Trust & Guarantee Company, 1920-1940. President N.H. Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children and Animals.
Club: National Press.
Married Agnes Page, June 1, 1900.