STORER, Bellamy (1847-1922)

STORER, BELLAMY, (son of Bellamy Storer [1796-1875] and uncle of Nicholas Longworth), a Representative from Ohio; born in Cincinnati, Ohio, August 28, 1847; attended the common schools of that city and Dixwell's private Latin school, Boston, Mass.; was graduated from Harvard University in 1867 and from the law school of Cincinnati College in 1869; was admitted to the bar in 1869 and commenced practice in Cincinnati; assistant United States attorney for the southern district of Ohio in 1869 and 1870; elected as a Republican to the Fifty-second and Fifty-third Congresses (March 4, 1891-March 3, 1895); was not a candidate for renomination in 1894; resumed the practice of law; Assistant Secretary of State in 1897; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Belgium from May 4, 1897, to April 11, 1899, to Spain from April 12, 1899, to September 26, 1902, and to Austria-Hungary from September 26, 1902, to March 1906; resumed the practice of law; died in Paris, France, November 12, 1922; interment in Le Cimetière Neuf, Marvejols, France.

The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
Papers: 1865, 1 item.
A letter from Bellamy Storer to President Abraham Lincoln written on January 14, 1865. In the letter, Bellamy Storer asks that Mr. Sands be continued in his post of United States Marshal.

University of California, Berkeley
The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, CA
Papers: 1896, 3 pages.
A letter from Bellamy Storer to Emily Storer written on December 9, 1896. In the letter, Bellamy Storer sends his condolences to his sister on the death of her husband, John Harmon C. Bonté.

  • Storer, Bellamy. Letter of Bellamy Storer to the President and the Members of his Cabinet, November 1906. N.p., 1906.
  • Storer, Maria Longworth. In Memoriam: Bellamy Storer. Boston: The Merrymount Press, 1923.