The following information is supplied by James W.Keenan:
Mr. Adams, though born in Honolulu, was educated at Harvard believed to be Class of 1903. He studied art at the Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston. On December 3, 1922, the Washington Post reported extensively on an exhibition of his work at the "Art Center". He worked for the federal Government in Washington during the First World War and for several years thereafter and was chief of the passport division.
A death date of 1960 has yet to be confirmed.
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