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Sterling Edwin Edmunds

lawyer , publicist.

Sterling Edwin Edmunds, American lawyer, publicist. Member American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Association, American Society International Law, American Judicature Society.

Background

Edmunds, Sterling Edwin was born on June 5, 1880 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of Sterling Edwin and Mollie (Garnhart) Edmunds.

Education

Preparatory education, public schools, Louisville, Kentucky. Student Benton College of Law, St. Louis, 1901-1903, University of Virginia, 1927. Doctor of Laws, St. Saint Louis University, 1917.

Career

1 daughter, Eugenie (Mistress Alexander B. Carver). Reporter St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1897-1898. City editor St. Louis Chronicle, 1899-1901, managing editor, 1901-1903, editor in chief, 1903-1904.

Admitted to Missouri bar, 1906. Special assistant unites states department State, 1918. Lecturer on international law, St. Saint Louis University Law School, 1909-1926.

Organizer and director National Committee for the Protection of Child, Family, school and Church Vice-president United States Golf Association, 1919-1920.

Works

  • Author: International Law Applied to the Treaty of Peace, 1919. The Lawless Law of Nations, 1925. The Federal Octopus, 1932, 1933.

    The Roosevelt Coup D’Etat of 1933-1940. Contributor to various law and other periodicals.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Association, American Society International Law, American Judicature Society. Clubs: Noonday, Saint Louis Country (Saint Louis).

Connections

Married Eugenia Howard, May 26, 1906.

father:
Sterling Edwin Edmunds

mother:
Mollie (Garnhart) Edmunds

spouse:
Eugenia Howard