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John W. Davis

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Gender Male
Death69 years ago
Date of birth April 13,1873
Zodiac sign Aries
Born Clarksburg
West Virginia
United States
Date of died March 24,1955
South Carolina
United States
SpouseJulia McDonald
Parents John J. Davis
Job Lawyer
Party Democratic Party
Place of burialRiverside Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States
Children Julia Davis Adams
Education Washington and Lee University
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Previous positionUnited States Ambassador to the United Kingdom (1918–1921)
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Young America's Manual: The Child's Guide to Patriotism
Address of Honorable John W. Davis, Solicitor General of the United States at the Ellipse, Washington, D. C. , on the Last Day for Subscriptions to the Second Liberty Loan, October 27 1917
Judicial World Organization: International Conciliation, No. 277, February, 1932
The Problem of the Pacific and the New Policies of Bolivia: And Juridical Reports Thereon
Constitution of the Permanent Mandates Commission; Terms of the C Mandates; Franco-British Convention of December 23, 1920
The Redistribution of Power
Modern Readings: Silent and Oral. Grade VI.
The ambassadorial diary of John W. Davis
The Constitution, a Thing of Life
Stories of the United States for Youngest Readers
The Sea-brownie Reader
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John William Davis was an American politician, diplomat and lawyer. He served under President Woodrow Wilson as the Solicitor General of the United States and the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. He was the Democratic nominee for president in 1924 but lost to Republican incumbent Calvin Coolidge.

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