Curtis Guild Jr.

c. 1905 portrait photograph by John Garo
John L. Bates, published 1905
Eben Sumner Draper, 1914 photograph

American journalist, soldier, diplomat and politician from Massachusetts.

- Curtis Guild Jr.
c. 1905 portrait photograph by John Garo

47 related topics

Relevance

Massachusetts State Defense Force insignia.

Massachusetts State Defense Force

State defense force of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

State defense force of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts State Defense Force insignia.
Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Gary Pappas, Commander, Massachusetts State Defense Force, holds his command's colors during the Massachusetts State Defense Force's activation ceremony at the Massachusetts National Guard Museum and Archives.

By 1908, the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia consisted of two brigades and some unattached units ("total strength, 6,524"), commanded by William H. Brigham and Governor Curtis Guild, Jr.

Order on ribbon

Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky

Order of chivalry of the Russian Empire first awarded on 1 June 1725 by Empress Catherine I of Russia.

Order of chivalry of the Russian Empire first awarded on 1 June 1725 by Empress Catherine I of Russia.

Order on ribbon
Portrait of the first Russian Minister of Finance, Alexei Vasiliyev, wearing the sash and badge of the Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky
Cross version, edition 1820-1830 (front)
version issued in 1865 in gold on black enamel
Staer version from silver-thread embroidery on white leather, edition ca 1840

Curtis Guild Jr.

Forest Hills Cemetery entrance

Forest Hills Cemetery

Historic 275 acre rural cemetery, greenspace, arboretum and sculpture garden located in the Forest Hills section of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.

Historic 275 acre rural cemetery, greenspace, arboretum and sculpture garden located in the Forest Hills section of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.

Forest Hills Cemetery entrance
Death Staying the Hand of the Sculptor (Martin Milmore Monument), by Daniel Chester French (1889–93).
Firemen's Memorial.
Gateway and Bell Tower.
William Lloyd Garrison grave.
Eugene O'Neill grave.
E. E. Cummings grave.
Anne Sexton grave.
Large Weeping European Beech inside Forest Hills Cemetery
Copper European Beech by the pond

Curtis Guild, Governor of Massachusetts (1906–1909)

Logo used by the SAR

Sons of the American Revolution

American congressionally chartered organization, founded in 1889 and headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.

American congressionally chartered organization, founded in 1889 and headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.

Logo used by the SAR
Logo used by the SAR
Philadelphia Continental Chapter of the SAR at a ceremony commemorating the birth of General and President George Washington at the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier in Washington Square, Philadelphia
Theodore Roosevelt, a member of the organization, signed its Congressional Charter in 1906
Sons of the American Revolution grave marker, Old Ship Burying Ground, Hingham, Massachusetts
Horace Porter, U.S. Ambassador to France, served as President-General of the Sons of the American Revolution from 1892 to 1897.
Indiana Society SAR Color Guard appearing with the recreated 19th US Infantry at an outdoor Fourth of July concert with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Major General Curtis Guild Jr., MVM – Governor of Massachusetts

CH-CH Seal

Chapel Hill – Chauncy Hall School

Independent, college-preparatory day and boarding school for grades 9 through PG located on a 40-acre campus in Waltham, Massachusetts and founded in 1828.

Independent, college-preparatory day and boarding school for grades 9 through PG located on a 40-acre campus in Waltham, Massachusetts and founded in 1828.

CH-CH Seal
Multiple-intelligences

Curtis Guild Jr., Guild was educated at Chauncy Hall and then attended Harvard University. At both schools he was involved in military organizations and he became a lieutenant in Harvard's rifle corps in 1879. In 1906, he became the 43rd Governor of Massachusetts serving until 1909.

Photo c. 1914

Eben Sumner Draper

American businessman and politician from Massachusetts.

American businessman and politician from Massachusetts.

Photo c. 1914

Draper served for three terms under Governor Curtis Guild Jr., acting as governor for a significant part of 1908, when Guild was ill with pneumonia and appendicitis.

John L. Bates

Lawyer and Republican politician from Massachusetts.

Lawyer and Republican politician from Massachusetts.

In 1899, Bates again bucked the Republican party establishment by defeating the expected nominee, Curtis Guild Jr., for the party nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts.

William Lewis Douglas

American businessman and politician from Massachusetts.

American businessman and politician from Massachusetts.

Newspaper advertisement in New York City, 1899

In the 1905 election, Douglas promoted Hamlin as his successor; the election was won by Republican Curtis Guild Jr.

Headquarters and Tent Area at Camp Curtis Guild, Boston Port of Embarkation. Note Transportation Corps emblem on building.

Camp Curtis Guild

Massachusetts Army National Guard camp located in the towns of Reading, Lynnfield, and Wakefield, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Army National Guard camp located in the towns of Reading, Lynnfield, and Wakefield, Massachusetts.

Headquarters and Tent Area at Camp Curtis Guild, Boston Port of Embarkation. Note Transportation Corps emblem on building.
Firing for record on Camp Curtis Guild rifle range, Boston Port of Embarkation.

It is named after former Massachusetts governor Curtis Guild, Jr.

The social group enables its members to benefit in ways that would not otherwise be possible on an individual basis. Both individual and social (common) goals can thus be distinguished and considered. Ant (formicidae) social ethology.

General Society of Colonial Wars

Hereditary society composed of men who trace their descents from forebears who, in military, naval, or civil positions of high trust and responsibility, by acts or counsel, assisted in the establishment, defense, and preservation of the mainland American colonies of Great Britain.

Hereditary society composed of men who trace their descents from forebears who, in military, naval, or civil positions of high trust and responsibility, by acts or counsel, assisted in the establishment, defense, and preservation of the mainland American colonies of Great Britain.

The social group enables its members to benefit in ways that would not otherwise be possible on an individual basis. Both individual and social (common) goals can thus be distinguished and considered. Ant (formicidae) social ethology.

Major General Curtis Guild, Jr., MVM – Governor of Massachusetts and militia general.