Letters: Aug. 19, 1929

Lawyer Dawes

SIRS:

On the twenty-first page of TIME, Aug. 5 there is a the reference to Ambassador Dawes as a lawyer. I would like to be corrected if I am mistaken, but I am under the impression that he is a banker, well known in Chicago financial circles. . . .

JOSEPH ROSENSTERN Far Rockaway, N.Y.

Banker, violinist, politician, student, diplomatist, orator, composer, Charles Gates Dawes is also a lawyer. He practiced from 1887 to 1894, as neighbor and contemporary of William Jennings Bryan and John Joseph Pershing, in Lincoln, Nebr.—ED.

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