Born at St. Louis, MO; attended Illinois School for the Deaf. Worked as a clerk for the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad General Offices. President of the National Association of the Deaf for one year, 1933-1934, filling out the term of Franklin C. Smielau (q.v.) who had to resign early for health reasons.
Sands of Time, p.153-156.
1874-25 October 1942