Chamberlin, Walter Howard

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Walter Howard Chamberlin Soundex Code C516

Walter Howard Chamberlin, lawyer;

Born in: Detroit, on Friday, February 9, 1866;

Son of: Lewis H. and Charlotte A. Chamberlin, nee: Charlotte A. LeSeur

Educated in Detroit; learned mechanics practically in machine shop of Detroit Stove Works, Detroit;

Married: Ida May Chamberlin, nee: Ida May Church, in Detroit on Tuesday, June 4, 1889

Children: Edith May, Lewis Church, Frederick Walter, and Helen Alice.

Began study of law in offices of Wells W. Leggett; became his partner, 1889;

Admitted to bar at Detroit, January, 1890;

Removed to Chicago, January, 1891;

Assistant Commissioner of Patents of U.S., Thursday, March 22, 1900, to Sunday, March 31, 1901;

Member of law firm of Chamberlin & Wilkinson;

Secretary: B-O.K. Tire Company,

Cadillac Automobile Company of Illinois.

Republican

Member Loyal Legion; Knights Templar

Member: Law and Chicago Bar Association.

Clubs: Cosmos Club Washington, D.C.

Union League Club,

Chicago Athletic Club,

Chicago Yacht Club,

Edgewater Golf Club,

Chicago Automobile Club

Birchwood Country Club

Michigan Society (pres.) (Washington, D.C.)

Engineers' Club, (New York, New York).

Office: Marquette Building, 140 S. Dearborn Street.

Residence: 1127 Sherwin Avenue, (1897, 1901, 1902, 1905); 1227 Sherwin Avenue, (1911, 1917, 1919); Rogers Park.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1905, Book of Chicagoans, 1911, Book of Chicagoans, 1917, Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 15.

Chicago Blue Book

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Howard Chamberlin were listed in the 1893 Chicago Blue Book, page 778. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Howard Chamberlin were listed in the 1894 Chicago Blue Book, page 772. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.