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David Hunter Miller, an American lawyer and treaty specialist who contributed to the creation of the League of Nations Covenant, was born in New York City on January 2, 1875, and passed away there on July 21, 1961.
He worked as a lawyer in New York City from 1911 to 1929, served on the Inquiry, a group of experts that gathered the information for the Paris Peace Conference (1917–19), and served as the American Committee’s legal counsel at that meeting.
Miller headed the American delegation at the 1930 Hague Conference on the Codification of International Law while working for the US State Department (1929–1944). His major works include Treaties and Other Foreign Actions of the United States of America and My Diary of the Paris Conference and accompanying Documents (21 volumes, 1924–26). (8 volumes, 1931-48).