FEIDELSON, CHARLES N., 1886-1967

Attorney, judge, editor. Born– July 23, 1886, New York City. Parents– Max and Rachel (Haddas) Feidelson. Married– Adeline Brady Falk, November 15, 1916. Children– Three. Education– University of Georgia, A.B., 1906; LL.B., 1908. Admitted to the Georgia Bar, 1908. Practiced law in Savannah; judge of juvenile court, 1915-1919; editor of the Wilmington (N.C.) Star, 1919-1921; Richmond Dispatch, 1921-1922; journalism instructor at the College of William and Mary, 1922-1924; associate editor for the Birmingham Age-Herald, 1925-1935; regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, 1935-1941; associate editor and columnist for the Birmingham News, 1941-1948; taught history at Florence State College, 1948-1949; radio commentator, 1949-; lecturer; special assistant to the Secretary of Labor, Washington.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 4.

Publication(s):

Plea for the Jew of Ghetto. Savannah, Ga.; s.n., 1910.