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ambassador , Congressman

William Townsend Pheiffer, American Ambassador, congressman. Bar: Oklahoma, Texas, New York. Recipient award of Merit, World World War II.

Background

Pheiffer, William Townsend was born in Ma 1898 in Purcell, Oklahoma, United States.

Education

Graduate, University Oklahoma. Bachelor of Laws, University Oklahoma, 1919.

Career

Member, 77th Congress from 16th New York District, 1941-1943; member, 16th New York District United States ambassador to, Dominican Republic, 1953-1957.

Achievements

  • Bar: Oklahoma, Texas, New York.

Membership

Member Counsel for Petroleum Administration for War. Executive assistant to chairman Republican National Committee Served as captain cavalry United States Army Reserve Corps, World War I, World World War World War II. Member American Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, American Legion (past post Commander), Chi Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Delta Sigma Rho.

Clubs: Masons, Metropolitan (New York City). Everglades, Beach (Palm Beach, Florida).

Connections

Married Frances Uihlein, March 20, 1954.

spouse:
Frances Uihlein