|Birth||24 MAR 1869|
|Occup||1901-1923||US Rep. from NC|
|Org.||1915-1919||US House Committee on Ways and Means, Chairperson|
|Death||31 MAY 1923|
Claude Kitchin. Americans generally and statesmen all over the world associate the name Claude Kitchin with the most powerful position in the legislative department of the American government.
The people of North Carolina, with appropriate pride in the dignities and responsibilities that have befallen one of their fellow citizens, think of Mr. Kitchin in more personal terms and relationships as a successful lawyer and as member of a family of prominent public men. His father, the late William H. Kitchin, served as a member of the Forty-sixth Congress, and Claude is a brother of William W. Kitchin, former congressman and governor of North Carolina.
Claude Kitchin was born at Scotland Neck, North Carolina, March 24, 1869. He received his bachelor's... Read More
|Birth||8 MAR 1870|
|Death||2 SEP 1955|