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Lawyer

Robert Morton Adams, American lawyer. Served with United States Naval Reserve Force, 1918-1922.; Member American, New York (Board of Governors, officer 1938-1941, 43-50, president 1946-1947) patent law associations, Association Bar City New York (Executive Committee 1947-1951), Pilgrims Society, Alumni Association Stevens Institute Technology (president 1945-1946), Beta Theta Pi, Delta Theta Chi.

Background

Adams, Robert Morton was born on January 16, 1900 in New York City. Son of Robert A. and Frances (Bennett) Adams.

Education

Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute Technology, 1921. Bachelor of Laws, Fordham University, 1924.

Career

Admitted to New York bar, 1925. Associate firm Pennie, Edmonds, Morton, Taylor & Adams, and predecessor, 1921-1930, partner, 1930-1972. Trustee Norwalk (Connecticut) Hospital, New Canaan (Connecticut) Library.

Membership

Served with United States Naval Reserve Force, 1918-1922. Member American, New York (Board of Governors, officer 1938-1941, 43-50, president 1946-1947) patent law associations, Association Bar City New York (Executive Committee 1947-1951), Pilgrims Society, Alumni Association Stevens Institute Technology (president 1945-1946), Beta Theta Pi, Delta Theta Chi. Clubs: University (New York City).

Connections

Married Mercedes M. Cullinan, June 19, 1937. Children: Robert Morton, Richard Holbrook, Stephen Bennett, Mercedes Molyneux.

father:
Robert A. Adams

mother:
Frances (Bennett) Adams

spouse:
Mercedes M. Cullinan

children:
Robert Morton Adams

Richard Holbrook Adams

Stephen Bennett Adams

Mercedes Molyneux Adams