Leo Stanton Rowe was born in Mc.
Gregor Iowa, on September 17, 1871. Louis U. Rowe was the name of his Father. He graduated
from Philadelphia Central High School in 1887, and in 1890 he obtain a Bachelor degree of
Philosophy. He traveled to Germany, Austria, France, Italy and England. He taught in the
University of Pennsylvania of Public Right, Municipal Government and political sciences.
In 1900 he joined the commission which revised the laws of Puerto Rico. President of the
American Academy of Political Science. Delegate of United States to the 3rd Pan-American
Conference (Rio de Janeiro, 1906) after that, he went to South America for a year and a
Other positions: Delegate to the 1st. Pan-American
Scientific Congress, (1908-9); General Secretary of the Pan-American Financial Conference
(1915); in charge of the State Department (1915); General Director of the Pan-American
Union (1920). Author of many informs, magazine articles and monographs, some of them:
"Federal System on the Argentine Republic" (1920), "The United States and
Puerto Rico" (1904), "Problems of City Government (1908). He died the 5 of
december of 1946