William F. Willoughby (1867-1960)

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Graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1885, served as statistical expert for the US Department of Labor, member of the International Jury of Awards, Paris Exposition of 1900, instructor of economics at Harvard University in 1901, treasurer, secretary, and president of the Executive Council of Puerto Rico (1901-1909), assistant director of the US Census in 1910, member of the US Commission on Economy & Efficiency in Government, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University in 1912, deputy legal adviser to president of China (1914-16), director of Institute for Government Research (1916-32), and consultant to the Library of Congress (1940-44).

William F. Willoughby (1867-1960) in the SCRC database.

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