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  Malone, Dudley Field
AffiliationFarmer Labor  
NameDudley Field Malone
Address318 West 108th Street
New York City, New York , United States
Born June 03, 1882
DiedOctober 05, 1950 (68 years)
ContributorThomas Walker
Last ModifedChronicler
Sep 15, 2006 11:36am
Tags Irish - Catholic -
InfoBorn in NYC.

St. Francis Xavier College 1905

Fordham Law School 1907

Attorney in firm “Battle & Marshall”

Married Mary O’Gorman, daughter of U.S. Senator James A. O’Gorman, in 1908.

One of Woodrow Wilson’s earliest supporters in his candidacy for the presidency.

Third Assistant Secy of State in William J. Bryan’s tenure, 1913

Appointed Collector of Customs for the Port of New York 1913 over the Tammany choice; served to 1917, when he resigned because President Wilson was moving so slowly on helping women obtain the right to vote.

Endorsed Morris Hillquit for Mayor of New York City in 1917 (NYT 10/27/1917).

Wife divorced him in Paris, France, in 1921 (NYT 12/2/1921), where the couple had lived since 1917. Within days, Malone had married Doris Stevens (NYT 12/11/1921). They were divorced in 1927 (NYT 7/22/1927)

Campaigned for Robert LaFollette in 1924, arguing that LaFollette's election was needed to stop a drift toward Communism in the United States. (NYT 10/16/1924)

Defence Attorney, Scopes "Monkey" Trial

Noted Divorce Lawyer

Married (3) Edna Johnson in 1930 (NYT 1/30/1930).

Attended the Democratic National Convention in 1932; rejected FDR's nomination and campaigned for President Hoover's re-election in the fall campaign.

Portrayed Winston Churchill in the 1943 movie "Mission to Moscow."

Counsel for Twentieth Century-Fox Studios.

Died in Culver City CA.

New York Times 11/13/1913, 10/6/1950.


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