Willougby, William F., 1867-1960.

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William F. Willoughby was a graduate of Johns Hopkins in 1885. He served as statistical expert for U. S. Dept. of Labor; member of International Jury of Awards, Paris Exposition of 1900; instructor of economics at Harvard, 1901; treasurer, secretary and president of the Executive Council of Puerto Rico, 1901-1909; assistant director of U. S. Census, 1910; member of U. S. Commission on Economy and Efficiency in Government; McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton, 1912; deputy legal advisor to president of China, 1914-1916; director of Institute for Government Research, 1916-1932; and consultant at the Library of Congress.

From the description of Papers, 1818-1955, 1891-1937. (College of William & Mary). WorldCat record id: 23296714

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associatedWith Willougby, Alice Estelle, d. 1924. person
associatedWith Willoughby, Bessie Talbot Appleby. person
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associatedWith Willoughby, Westel Woodbury, 1867-1945. person
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associatedWith Yuan, Shikai, 1859-1916. person
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Birth 1867

Death 1960

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