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Julian Codman (21 September 1870-30 December 1932) was born in Cotuit, Massachusetts as the son of Charles Russell Codman and his wife, née Lucy Lyman Paine Sturgis. He was a lawyer who was a vigorous opponent of Prohibition, and who was also involved with the Anti-Imperialist League.
In 1897 he married Norah Chadwick, daughter of James Read Chadwick and his wife Katherine Maria Lyman. They had two daughters.
- Executive Committee of New England Anti-Imperialist League 1902–04
- Delegate of Democratic National Conventions 1904
- Signatory of Philippine Independence Committee Petition 1904
- Executive Committee of Anti-Imperialist League (1904–21) 1904
- Vice president of Anti-Imperialist League (1904–21) 1918
- VP Associated Charities
- Headed the Constitutional Liberty League and served as counsel for the Joint Legislative Committee, was a foe of prohibition.
- He twice represented the combined anti-Prohibition societies at Congressional hearings.
_US Army 1916–19