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us: Morse, Wayne L. (Wayne Lyman), 1900-1974



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    • found: Wilkins, L. Wayne Morse, c1985: pubr. info with CIP (Wayne Lyman Morse, former Oregon senator, b. 10/20/1900 near Madison, Wis.)
    • found: NUCMC data from U. of Washington Lib. for Carbray, R.J. Papers, 1950-1962 (Wayne Morse)
    • found: WWA, 1971 (Morse, Wayne Lyman, former U.S. senator; b. Madison, Wis., 1900; s. Wilbur F. and Jessie (White) M.; J.D. Columbia, 1932; m. Mildred Downie, 1924; Pacific Coast arbitrator for U.S. Dept. of Labor (Maritime Industry), 1938-42; U.S. senator, 1945-69; President's Special Board, Railroad dispute, 1967; home: Eugene, Oregon)
    • found: NUCMC files (Morse, Wayne, 1900-1974; b. Wayne Lyman Morse)
    • found: Final report on 1771 felony cases in Multnomah County, 1932 title page (prepared by Wayne L. Morse)
    • found: Biographical directory of the U.S. Congress website, April 14, 2014 (Morse, Wayne Lyman, a Senator from Oregon; born near Madison, Dane County, Wis., October 20, 1900; attended the public schools; graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 1923, and received a graduate degree from that institution in 1924; graduated from the law department of the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis in 1928, and from the law school at Columbia University, N.Y., in 1932; held a reserve commission as second lieutenant, Field Artillery, United States Army 1923-1929; taught argumentation at the Universities of Wisconsin and Minnesota; assistant professor of law at the University of Oregon at Eugene 1929, associate professor 1930, and dean and professor of law 1931-1944; member of the Oregon Crime Commission; administrative director, United States Attorney General's Survey of Release Procedures 1936-1939; Pacific Coast arbitrator for the United States Department of Labor (maritime industry) 1938-1942, and also served in other capacities of the Labor Department; chairman of the Railway Emergency Board 1941; alternate public member of the National Defense Mediation Board 1941; public member of the National War Labor Board 1942-1944; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1944; reelected in 1950; reelected as a Democrat in 1956 and again in 1962, and served from January 3, 1945, to January 3, 1969; unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1968; lecturer and labor arbitrator; distinguished visiting scholar, State University of New York 1969-1970; unsuccessful Democratic candidate for the United States Senate in 1972; won the Democratic senatorial nomination in 1974 and was actively engaged in campaigning when he died July 22, 1974, in Portland, Oreg.; interment in Rest Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, Oreg. )
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