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Phillip Samuel Hughes

government official.

Phillip Samuel Hughes, American government official. Recipient Career Service award National Civil Service League, 1962. Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1944-1945.; Member Wilderness Society, Potomac Applachian Trail.

Background

Hughes, Phillip Samuel was born on February 26, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Arthur Samuel and Beulah (Blish) Hughes.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Washington, 1938, graduate student sociology, 1940.

Career

Various positions government Washington State, 1938-1943, chief research and statistics, department social security, 1942-1943. Senior labor market analyst War Manpower Commission, Seattle, 1943-1944. With VA, Seattle, 1946-1949, chief research and statistics, 1946-1949.

With United States Bureau Budget, since 1949, deputy chief Office Legislative Reference, 1956-1959, assistant director legislative reference, since 1959. Board of directors Young Men’s Christian Association Metropolitan Washington, since 1961.

Membership

Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1944-1945. Member Wilderness Society, Potomac Applachian Trail.

Connections

Married Jean Evans, July 9, 1938. Children: Suzanne, Patricia, Michael, Shirley.

father:
Arthur Samuel Hughes

mother:
Beulah (Blish) Hughes

spouse:
Jean Evans

children:
Suzanne Hughes

Patricia Hughes

Michael Hughes

Shirley Hughes