Charles H. March

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Charles Hoyt March (c. 1870 – August 28, 1945) was the chair of the Federal Trade Commission from January 1, 1933 to December 31, 1933, again from January 1, 1936 to December 31, 1936, and a third time from January 1, 1941 to December 31, 1941.[1]

Charles H. March in 1924

March served as Mayor of Litchfield, Minnesota, and as president of the Minnesota Farmers and Bankers Council before his appointment to the FTC.[2][3] He was a delegate to the 1924 Republican National Convention. On January 19, 1929, Myers was nominated by President Calvin Coolidge to a seat on the FTC vacated by the resignation of Abram F. Myers,[4] taking office on February 1, 1929.[5] March served on the FTC for 16 years, until his death at the age of 75.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of Commissioners, Chairwomen, and Chairmen of the Federal Trade Commission: 1915-2018 (as of November 2018).
  2. ^ a b "Col. Charles H. March", New York Daily News (August 29, 1945), p. 30.
  3. ^ a b "Col. March, Minnesotan On FTC, Dies At 75", The La Crosse Tribune (August 28, 1945), p. 2.
  4. ^ "Charles H. March For Federal Trade Com.", The Lebanon Daily News (January 19, 1929), p. 4.
  5. ^ "Named for Myers' Place", The Scramento Bee (January 18, 1929), p. 13.
Political offices
Preceded by Chairmen of the Federal Trade Commission
1933–1933
1936–1936
1941–1941
Succeeded by