Hunter, James Blake
The following data is extracted from Hunter Family History.
JAMES BLAKE HUNTER: B.A.; Deputy-Minister of Public Works of Canada since 1908; b. Watertown, Ont. 31 Aug. 1876; s. of D. H. Hunter; B.A., Principal, Woodstock, Ont. Collegiate Institute, and Eunice, dau. of J. B. Kitchen, J.P. of St. George, Ont.; educ.: Woodstock, Ont. public schools; Woodstock Collegiate Institute and Toronto University; B.A. Honour graduate in Modern Languages and History. Engaged in newspaper work for a short time on the "Sentinel Review," Woodstock, Ont.; then entered Canadian Civil Service in 1900 as Private Secretary to Hon. James Sutherland, Minister of Marine and Fisheries; transferred in 1902 to Department of Public Works as Second-Class Clerk; promoted successively First Class Clerk, Chief Clerk, Assistant Deputy-Mininster. Address: 552 M'Laren Street; Ottawa, Ont. T.A. Ottawa, Ont. T.: Queen 1575. Clubs: Rideau, Royal Ottawa Golf, Rivermead Golf, Ottawa.
Source: Hunter Family History