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CGDawesVP







30th Vice President
Political Party Republican
Term March 4, 1925 - March 4, 1929  (59-63)
President Calvin Coolidge
Predecessor Calvin Coolidge
Successor Charles Curtis


Full Name Charles Gates Dawes
Birth

August 27, 1865

Marietta, Ohio

Father Rufus Republic Dawes  (1838-1899)
Mother Mary Beman Gates  (1842-1921)
Brothers

Rufus Cutler Dawes  (1867-1940)

Beman Gates Dawes  (1870-1953)

Henry May Dawes  (1877-1952)

Sisters

Mary Dawes Beach  (1872-1966)

Betsey Dawes Hoyt (1880-1973)

Alma Mater

Cincinnati Law School  (1886)

Marietta College  (1884)

Military Service

One-Star Brigadier General

United States Army

1917-1919

Occupation

Chairman of the Board of City National Bank and Trust Co., Evanston, Illinois  (1932-1951)

Head of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation  (1932)

United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom  (1929-1932)

Member of the Allied Reparations Committee  (1923-1924)

Director of the United States Bureau of Budget  (1921-1922)

President of the Central Trust Company of Illinois  (1902-1921)

United States Comptroller of the Currency  (1898-1901)

Composer

Lawyer

Death

April 23, 1951

Evanston, Illinois

(85 years)


Marriages
Caro Dana Blymyer  (1866-1957)

Married January 24, 1889

(62 years)


Children
Rufus Fearing Dawes

Born 1890

Died 1912

(22 years)

Carolyn Dawes Ericson

(m.1915 Melvin Ericson)

Born 1892

Died 1981

(89 years)

Dana McCutcheon Dawes

(m.1931 Eleanor Dillingham)

Born 1912

Died 1998

(86 years)

Virginia Dawes Cragg

(m.1936 Richard Cragg)

Born 1914

Died 1993

(79 years)

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