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Winston Davis Adams

manufacturing executive , trade association administrator

Winston Davis Adams, American manufacturing executive, trade association administrator. Mason (32º).

Background

Adams, Winston Davis was born on April 2, 1883 in Florence County, South Carolina, United States. Son of Joseph Quincy and Mamie (Davis) Adams.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wake Forest (North Carolina) College, 1900, Master of Arts, 1901. Unmarried. City editor Charlotte (North Carolina) observer, 1905-1916. Commercial agent New York office Department of Commerce, 1916-1917.

Secretary-treasurer in charge of reorganizing American Cotton Manufacturers’ Association, since 1917. Secretary nat. council American Cotton Manufacturers, Washington, 1918-1919, 1920-1926 (charged with securing adequate supply of cotton goods for war purposes), also advisor to price fixing committee of War Industries Board. Recording secretary World Cotton Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, October, 1919.

Secretary American delegation World Cotton Conference Liverpool-Manchester, England, 1921.

Membership

Mason (32º).

Connections

father:
Joseph Quincy Adams

mother:
Mamie (Davis) Adams