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Judd, Walter H., 1898-1994

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Personal name headingJudd, Walter H., 1898-1994
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Variant(s)Judd, Walter Henry, 1898-1994
Birth date18980925
Death date19940213
Place of birthRising City (Neb.)
Place of deathMitchellville (Md.)
AffiliationUnited States. Army
United States. Army. Officers' Reserve Corps
University of Omaha (1908-1931)
United States. Congress. House
Profession or occupationLegislators--United States
Found inU.S. Cong. H. Comm. on Expenditures in the Executive Departments. Reorganization plan no. 3 ... Report ... 1946.
Rep. Walter H. Judd (R-MN), in Chronoscope, 1951: title frame (Honorable Walter H. Judd, United States Representative from Minnesota)
Walter H. Judd: chronicles of a statesman, 1980
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, via WWW, September 12, 2013 (Judd, Walter Henry (1898-1994); a Representative from Minnesota; born in Rising City, Butler County, Nebr., on September 25, 1898; attended the public schools; was graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1920 and from the medical department of the same university in 1923; enlisted in the United States Army in 1918 as a private and was discharged as a second lieutenant, Field Artillery, in 1919; second lieutenant, Field Artillery, Officers Reserve Corps, 1919-1924; instructor of zoology, University of Omaha, 1920-1924; traveling secretary, Student Volunteer Movement in Colleges and Universities in 1924 and 1925; fellowship in surgery, Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minn., 1932-1934; medical missionary and hospital superintendent in China, under auspices of American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1925-1931 and 1934-1938; engaged in private medical practice in Minneapolis, Minn., in 1941 and 1942; elected as a Republican to the Seventy-eighth and to the nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1943-January 3, 1963); unsuccessful candidate in 1962 for election to the Eighty-eighth Congress; contributing editor, Reader's Digest, 1963-1976; daily radio commentator and lecturer on international relations and government, 1964-1969; was a resident of Mitchellville, Md., until his death there on February 13, 1994)
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