ACKERMAN, Ernest Robinson

ACKERMAN, Ernest Robinson
Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
About this object
1863–1931

Biography

ACKERMAN, Ernest Robinson, a Representative from New Jersey; born in New York City, N.Y., June 17, 1863; moved with his parents to Plainfield, N.J., very shortly thereafter; educated at public and private schools and was graduated from the Plainfield High School in 1880; engaged in cement manufacturing; member of the common council of Plainfield, N.J., in 1891 and 1892; member of the State senate 1905-1911, serving as president in 1911; delegate to the Republican National Conventions at Chicago in 1908 and in 1916; member of the board of trustees of Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N.J., 1916-1920; Federal food administrator for Union County during the First World War; member of the State board of education 1918-1920; member of the New Jersey Geological Survey and associate of the American Society of Civil Engineers; elected as a Republican to the Sixty-sixth and to the six succeeding Congresses and served from March 4, 1919, until his death in Plainfield, N.J., October 18, 1931; interment in the family plot, Hillside Cemetery.

View Record in the Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress

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External Research Collections

Syracuse University
George Arents Research Library for Special Collections, Manuscript Collections

Syracuse, NY
Papers: In the Chauncey Mitchell Depew Papers, 1864-1927, 42 items. Includes material relating to Ernest Robinson Ackerman.

University of Iowa
Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries

Iowa City, IA
Papers: A letter to Ernest Robinson Ackerman from Leslie Mortier Shaw concerning the McNary-Haugen bill, May 28, 1938, 1 item (4 pages).
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Bibliography / Further Reading

United States. 72d Congress, 1st session, 1931-1932. House. Memorial Services Held in the House of Representatives of the United States, Together with Remarks Presented in Eulogy of Ernest R. Ackerman, late a Representative from New Jersey. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1932.

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