Born in Milton, Massachusetts. Son of Horatio Robinson Storer. Graduate of Harvard Medical School in 1889. Later studied in Vienna and Dublin. Married to Grace Ayrault October 31, 1899. They had one daughter. He specialized in gynecology and practiced until 1925. He was an instructor at Harvard Medical School. He was commissioned lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps during the World War.
He was a member of the Boston Numismatic Society, served as vice president and elected president in 1914 for years and again in 1925. He served as honorary curator of coins at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. His collection of 1240 naval medals was donated to the U. S. Naval Academy. He was a member of the ANA and ANS. He died at home in Boston.
Author of "Admiral Vernon medals, 1739-1742," published in the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. 52, April 1919.
Publisher of Numismatics of Massachusetts in 1923. Much of the book had been written by his father who died before completion. Editor of Medicina in Nummis written by his father and published in 1931. Two hundred copies were offered at $15.00 each.
bio: EAB; NCAB 41
obit: NUM 48 Feb 1935 page 97-98
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