Allen, Frederick H. - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1922
After graduation, he was admitted to the bar, in 1884, and began practicing law as a clerk at Miller, Peckham & Dixon. In 1883, Allen became secretary of the Hawaiian Legation at Washington, becoming Charge d'Affaires of the group the following year, after the death of his father. From 1890 to 1894, he was with the firm of Cole & Allen. In 1894, he established his law firm of Adams & Allen at 63 Wall St. in New York City, where he was located since. After his partner died, he formed the firm of Allen & Cammann in 1900, practicing with that firm until 1922, at which point, he practiced alone. His legal practice revolved around his role as an adviser on international law to American and foreign banks.
He was also Mayor of Pelham Manor, New York (1904–1906).
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