Thomas R. Ball
Born in New York City, Ball attended the public schools, Anglo-Saxon School, Paris, France, Heathcote School[disambiguation needed], Harrison, New York, and the Art Students League, New York City. He engaged as a designer in 1916.
World War I
During the First World War, he served in the Depot Battalion, Seventh New York Infantry (in 1917) and overseas with the Camouflage Section, Fortieth United States Engineers (from 1918 to 1919). After the war, he relocated to Old Lyme, Connecticut, and engaged in architectural pursuits.
Ball was elected as a Republican to the Seventy-sixth Congress (January 3, 1939-January 3, 1941). He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1940 to the Seventy-seventh Congress, after which he resumed his former pursuits at Old Lyme, Connecticut.
- Thomas R. Ball, Find-A-Grave
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