Bachelor of Philosophy, Brown University, 1920. Doctor of Philosophy, Brown University, 1976. Doctor of Humane Letters, L.I.U., 1966.
Doctor of Laws, Pratt Institute, 1966.
With, R.H. Macy and Company. New York City, 1924-1932;
vice president, R.H. Macy and Company. New York City, 1928-1932;
vice president, Montgomery Ward & Company, 1932-1936;
director, Montgomery Ward & Company, 1934-1936;
president, Lord & Taylor, New York City, 1936-1945;
president, Hoving Corporation, 1946-1960;
president, Bonwit Teller Inc., 1950-1960;
Chairman of the Board, Tiffany & Company.
New York City, 1955-1989.
Chairman organizing committee United Service Organizations, president, 1940, chairman board, 1941-1948. Chairman board United Service Organizations Camp Shows, 1941-1948. President Salvation Army Association, New York, 1939-1960.
Chairman drive Salvation Army Citizens Appeal, 1939. National chairman United Negro College Fund, 1944. Chairman New York City Anti-Sales Tax Committee, 1943, 63.
Assistant campaign manager national Republican Presidential Campaign, 1944. With United States Naval Reserve, 1918-1919. Member Commerce and Industry Association New York (president 1948-1950), 5th Avenue Association (president 1939-1945, chairman board 1946-1952), National Institute Social Sciences (president 1953-1956), Association Alumni Brown University (president 1939-1940), Masons, Cammarian Club, Racquet and Tennis Club, River Club, Brook Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Married Mary Osgood Field, November 4, 1924. Children: Petrea Field, Thomas Pearsall. Married Pauline V. Rogers, April 30, 1937.
Married Jane P. Langley, September 30, 1977.