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Steiwer, Frederick, 1883-1939

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Personal name headingSteiwer, Frederick, 1883-1939
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Variant(s)Steiwer, Fred, 1883-1939
Birth date1883-10-13
Death date1939-02-03
Place of birthJefferson (Or.)
Place of deathWashington (D.C.)
AffiliationOregon. Legislative Assembly. Senate
United States. Congress. Senate
Oregon State Bar
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Profession or occupationLawyers Legislators
Found inRadio broadcast of speech [SR] 1935: narration (Frederick Steiwer) accompanying material (senator from Oregon)
Premarc, 10-5-93 (hdg.: Steiwer, Frederick, 1883- )
Biog. dir. of the U.S. Congress, Feb. 21, 2007 (Steiwer, Frederick; b. Jefferson, Ore., Oct. 13, 1883; U.S. Senator, March 4, 1927-January 31, 1938; d. Feb. 3, 1939, Washington, D.C.)
Beginnings of territorial transportation activities with index of sources, 1906: t.p. (Fred Steiwer)
Wikipedia, Sept. 20, 2011 (Frederick Steiwer; elected to the Oregon State Senate in 1916; left in 1917 to serve in World War I; elected to the U.S. Senate in 1927, serving until 1938; member of Oregon State Bar)
Biographical directory of the United States Congress website, viewed September 21, 2018 (Steiwer, Frederick, a Senator from Oregon; born on a farm near Jefferson, Marion County, Oreg., October 13, 1883; attended the public schools; graduated from Oregon State Agricultural College at Corvallis in 1902 and from the University of Oregon at Eugene in 1906; studied law; admitted to the bar in 1908 and commenced practice in Pendleton, Umatilla County, in 1909; also interested in agricultural pursuits; deputy district attorney 1909-1910, district attorney 1912-1916; member, State senate 1916-1917; enlisted in the United States Army during the First World War and served from 1917 to 1919 in the Sixty-fifth Field Artillery, with rank of first lieutenant; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1926; reelected in 1932 and served from March 4, 1927, until January 31, 1938, when he resigned; chairman, Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments (Seventy-second Congress); continued the practice of law in Washington, D.C., until his death there February 3, 1939; interment in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.)
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