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He was born in Hokitika of Danish parents, and was a lawyer. He married Alice Amelia Peard in 1918; they had two daughters. Originally an ally of John A. Lee, they fell out and Schramm moved for Lee's expulsion at the 1940 Labour conference. Lee supported the National candidate Duncan Rae who defeated Schramm in the Parnell electorate in 1946.
He died in Auckland in 1962.
- Who’s Who in New Zealand, 4th Edition 1941
- New Zealand Herald 1962, 29 October (obituary), 30 October (death notice)
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|Member of Parliament for Auckland East
|Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives
1944 – 1946
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