Alburn, Cary Rudolph
The following data is extracted from The Book of Clevelanders, A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland, Burrows Book Company, 1914.
Alburn, Cary Rudolph; lawyer; born, Youngstown, O., Oct. 22, 1883; son of Frederick and Cecelia Luebben Alburn; educated, grammar and Rayen High School, Youngstown, O., degree B. A. at Western Reserve University, studied law at W. R. U. Law School and three years at Oxford University, Eng., where he received the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law; married, Cleve-land, May 22, 1912, Helen Alice Whitslar, daughter of W. H. Whitslar, M. D., D. D. S.; head master of Cleveland Boy's Home at Hudson, O., 1910; chief sec'y to Senator T. E. Burton, 1910-11; sec 'y of Business Men's Taft Club, 1908-12, and Advisory Board of Ohio League of Republican Clubs, 1908-12; member Civic League, 1913; admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1908; 2nd Asst. United States Atty. for Northern Ohio District, 1911-12; 1st Asst. United States Atty., 1912-13; treas. The Lakewood Yacht Club Ass'n; member law firm of Price, Alburn, Daoust & Alburn, 1910-11; member Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity; member Athletic, Tippecanoe and Yacht Clubs of Cleveland, and the United Arts Club of London, Eng., and the American Club of Oxford Eng.; recreations, yachting and tennis; Cecil Rhodes scholar from Ohio at Ox-ford University, Eng., 1905-8; member Oxford Varsity La-Crosse Team, 1906-8; pres. of the American Club of Oxford, Eng., 1908; delegate for City of Cleveland to National Conference of Charities and Corrections at St. Louis, 1910.
Source: The Book of Clevelanders, A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland, Burrows Book Company, 1914