ALLDREDGE, J. HADEN, 1887-1962

Biography:

Lawyer. Born– July 28, 1887, Brookville. Parents– Patrick Griffin and Sophia (Haden) Alldredge. Married– Mildred Chilton, 1907. Children– Two. Married– Edna Eley, 1927. Education– Central Alabama Agricultural School during 1907; Jones Law School (Montgomery), LL.B. Taught for two years; traffic manager for a manufacturer for nine years; secretary and traffic manager for the Dothan Chamber of Commerce. Admitted to the bar in 1915; practiced before the Interstate Commerce Commission. Chief of the Transportation Bureau of the Alabama Public Service Commission, 1923-1934; transportation economist for the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1934-1939; member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1939-1955; in private practice in Montgomery after 1955.  Died December 5, 1962.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 4.

Publication(s):

The Interterritorial Freight Rate Problem of the United States. Washington, D.C.; Government Printing Office, 1937.

Rate-Making for Common Carriers. Atlanta; Harrison Co., 1929.

Joint_Publication(s):

A History of Navigation on the Tennessee River System. Washington, D.C.; Government Printing Office, 1937.

Assistant_Editor:

Watkins on Shippers and Carriers. 4th ed. Atlanta; Harrison Co., 1930.