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APRIL 1, 19^50




OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
DEPARTMENT OF STATE




p. S. SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS

JUN 6 1950



DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Publication 3780

Department and Foreign Service Series 15



This Register is compiled and edited by the

General Editing Branch, Division of Publications.

Please report to that Branch any necessary

corrections.



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.

Price 32i50 (paper cover)



CONTENTS



Page

Explanatory note v

Symbols vii

Classification of the Department x

Categories and Salaries of Foreign Service personnel xi

Honor awards xii

PART I

Biographies: Personnel of the Department of State and of the

Foreign Service 3

PART II

Chronological lists:

Presidents of the United States and Secretaries of State .... 567

Diplomatic agents of the United States:

Diplomatic agents prior to 1789 572

Principal diplomatic officers 1789-1949 574

ni



EXPLANATORY NOTE

Biographies are shown for Department employees of grade
GS-11 (General Schedule) and above.

In the Foreign Service groups, biographies are included for
Ambassadors, Ministers, all Foreign Service officers, all Foreign
Service Reserve officers, all Foreign Service Staff officers of class
nine and above, and certain Foreign Service Staff officers in
classes ten, eleven, and twelve.

Incomplete biographic information is shown in cases where
biographic data was not submitted.

Additional information concerning the Foreign Service of the
United States may be found in the quarterly Foreign Service List,
published by the Department of State and sold by the Super-
intendent of Documents. All American diplomatic and consular
officers are listed in that publication at their respective posts; the
January issue, each year, contains a description of the consular
districts, the tariff of Foreign Service fees, and a table of retired
Foreign Service officers receiving annuities.

Assignments at international conferences for all personnel of
the Department of State and other Government agencies are
included in the publication. Participation oj the United States
Government in International Conferences, issued annually by the
Department of State.



SYiMBOLS

Symbols commonly used in the Department of State for the period covered by
this issue:



A Deputy Under Secretary of State

for Administration, Mr. Peurifoy
AACC... Caribbean Commission, United

States Section
ANE Office of African and Near Eastern

Affairs

AR Office of Regional American AflFaira

ARA Assistant Secretary of State for

Inter-American Affairs, Mr. Miller

ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs

AV Aviation Policy Staff

BEX Secretariat of the Board of Examin-
ers for the Foreign Service

BFS Board of the Foreign Service

BI Biographic Information Division

BNA Office of British Commonwealth and

Northern European Affairs
BP International Business Practices

Policy Staff

C Office of the Counselor

CA Office of Chinese Affairs

CO A Committee on Attestation

CON Office of Consular Affairs

CP Commercial Policy Staff

CS Division of Central Services

CY Division of Crj^ptography

DB Division of Budget

DC Division of Communications and

Records

DF Division of Finance

DP Division of Departmental Personnel

DRA Division of Research for American

Republics

DRE Division of Research for Europe

DRF Division of Research for Far East

DRN Division of Research for Near East

and Africa

DS Division of Protective Services

E Assistant Secretary of State for

Economic Affairs, Mr. Thorp
EC Office of East Coast Affairs



ECA Economic Cooperation Administra-
tion
ED Investment and Economic Develop-
ment Staff

EE Office of Eastern European Affairs

E/FAA.... ECA Relations Staff

E/L Labor Adviser

ER Economic Resources and Security

Staff

EUR Assistant Secretary of State for

European Affairs, Mr. Perkins

EUR Bureau of European Affairs

FBO Division of Foreign Buildings Opera-
tions

FE Assistant Secretary of State for Far

Eastern Affairs, Mr. Butter-
worth

FE Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs

FEC Far Eastern Commission

FI Foreign Service Inspection Corps

FP Division of Foreign Service Per-
sonnel

FR Division of Foreign Reporting

Services

FS Director General of the Foreign

Service

FSI Foreign Service Institute

G Deputy Under Secretary of State,

Mr. Rusk

GAI German and Austrian Public Affairs

GEA German Economic Affaiis

GER Director of German Affairs, Mr.

Byroade

GER Bureau of German Affairs

GPA German Political Affairs

GTI Office of Greek, Turkish and

Iranian Affairs

H Assistant Secretar}' of State for

Congressional Relations, Mr. Mc-
Fall

vn



VIII



OFFICE SYMBOLS



HICOG Office of the U.S. High Commis-
sioner for Germany
lAC Office of International Administra-
tion and Conferences
IAD Acquisition and Distribution Divi-
sion
IBD Division of International Broad-
casting

IBD/H International Radio Frequency Unit

IC Division of International Confer-
ences
IE International Information and Ed-
ucational Exchange Program

lEP Division of Exchange of Persons

IFI Division of International and Func-
tional Intelligence

IIAA The Institute of Inter- American

Affairs

ILI Division of Libraries and Institutes

IMP Division of International Motion

Pictures

INP Division of International Press and

Publications

IT Inland Transport Policy Staff

ITP Office of International Trade Policy

L Office of the Legal Adviser

LL Lend-Lease and Surplus Property

Staff

LR Division of Library and Reference

Services

LSB Loyalty and Security Board

MD Munitions Division

MID Office of Middle American Affairs

MN Monetary Affairs Staff

NA Office of Northeast Asian Affairs

NAO New York Administrative Office

NEA Assistant Secretary of State for

Near Eastern, South Asian and
African Affairs, Mr. McGhee

NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South

Asian and African Affairs

NWC Office of North and West Coast

Affairs

OD Division of Organization

OEX Office of Educational Exchange

OEX/S Secretariat of the U. S. Advisory

Commission on Educational Ex-
change
OFD Office of Financial and Develop-
ment Policy

Oil Office of International Information

OII/S Secretariat of the U. S. Advisory

Commission on Information



OIR Office of Intelligence Research

OIR/GE. . . Office of Special Adviser on Geo-
graphy
OIR/ICS... Intelligence Coordination Staff
OLI Office of Libraries and Intelligence-
Acquisition

OLI/M Special Assistant to Director

(Maps)

0MB Office of Management and Budget

OMGUS. . . Office of U.S. Military Government
for Germany

OOF Office of Operating Facilities

P Assistant Secretary of State for

Public Affairs, Mr. Barrett

PA Office of PubHc Affairs

PB Division of Publications

PD Passport Division

PED Petroleum Policy Staff

PER Office of Personnel

PL Division of Public Liaison

PRS Program Planning and Evaluation

Staff

PS Division of Public Studies

PSA Office of Philippine and Southeast

Asian Affairs

R Special Assistant for Intelligence,

Mr. Armstrong

RA Office of European Regional Affairs

RE Division of Historical Policy Re-
search

R/SPS Special Projects Staff

S Secretary of State, Mr. Acheson

S/ A Ambassador at Large, Mr. Jessup

SA-M Special Assistant for Press Rela-
tions, Mr. McDermott

SCAP Supreme Commander for the Allied

Powers (Japan)
sec Secretariat of the Interdepartmen-
tal Committee on Scientific and
Cultural Cooperation

SD Shipping Policy Staff

S/MDA. . . . Mutual Defense Assistance Pro-
gram, Mr. Bruce, Director

SO A Office of South Asian Affairs

S/P Policy Planning Staff

SPS Special Projects Staff

S/S The Executive Secretariat

S/S-CR. . . . Correspondence Review Staff

S/S-PR Protocol Staff

S/S-R Policy Reports Staff

S/S-S Committee Secretariat Staff

SY Division of Security

TC Division of Language Services



OFFICE SYMBOLS



IX



TD Telecommunications Policy Staff

TRC Office of Transport and Commu-
nications Policy
TRC/IT... Inland Transport Adviser

TRC/S Shipping Adviser

U Under Secretary of State, Mr. Webb

U/FW Special Assistant to the Under

Secretary for Fisheries and Wild-
life

UNA Assistant Secretary of State for

United Nations Affairs, Mr.
Hickerson

UNA Bureau of United Nations Affairs

UNA/P United Nations Planning Staff



UNA/R. . . . Refugees and Displaced Persons
Staff

UND Office of Dependent Area Affairs

UNE Office of United Nations Economic

and Social Affairs

UNESCO. . UNESCO Relations Staff

UNI Division of International Adminis-
tration

UNP Office of United Nations Political

and Security Affairs

USUN U. S. Mission to United Nations

VD Visa Division

VFA Advisory Committee on Voluntary

Foreign Aid

WE Office of Western European Affairs



Symbols used hy the United Nations and United Nations groups:



ECOSOC. . . Economic and Social Council of the
United Nations

UN United Nations

UN-AEC. . United Nations Atomic Energy
Commission

UN-CCA. . United Nations Commission for
Conventional Armaments

UNESCO. . United Nations Educational, Scien-
tific and Cultural Organization



UN-GA..
UNICEF.

UNRRA.

UN-SC.
WHO....



United Nations General Assembly
United Nations International Chil-
dren's Emergency Fund
United Nations Relief and Reha-
bilitation Administration
United Nations Security Council
World Health Organization



875198— 5C



CLASSIFICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT

GENERAL SCHEDULE

GS-18 $14, 000 GS-9 $4, 600 to $5, 350

GS-17 $12, 200 to 13, 000 GS-8 4, 200 to 4, 950

GS-16 11, 200 to 12,000 GS-7 3, 825 to 4,575

GS-15 10, 000 to 11,000 GS-6 3, 450 to 4,200

GS-14 8, 800 to 9,800 GS-5 3, 100 to 3,850

GS-13 7, 600 to 8,600 GS-4 2, 875 to 3,355

GS-12 6, 400 to 7, 400 GS-3 2, 650 to 3, 130

GS-11 5, 400 to 6, 400 GS-2 2, 450 to 2, 930

GS-10 6, 000 to 5, 750 GS-1 2, 200 to 2, 680

CRAFTS, PROTECTIVE, AND CUSTODIAL SCHEDULE

CPC-10 $4, 150 to $4, 900 CPC-5 $2, 674 to $3, 154

CPC-9 3, 775 to 4,525 CPC-4 2, 450 to 2,930

CPC-8 3, 400 to 4,150 CPC-3 2, 252 to 2,732

CPC-7 3, 125 to 3,725 CPC-2 2, 120 to 2,540

CPC-6 2, 900 to 3,380 CPC-1 1, 510 to 1,870



CATEGORIES AND SALARIES OF
FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL'



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS

Class of Career Minister .... $13,500



Class 1 $12, 000 to $13, 500

Class 2 10, 330 to 11,900

Class 3 8, 330 to 10,230



Class 4 $6, 330 to $8, 230

Class 5 4, 830 to 6, 230

Class 6 3, 630 to 4,730



FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS



Class 1 $12, 000 to $13, 500

Class 2 10, 330 to 11,900

Class 3 8, 330 to 10,230



Class 4 $6, 330 to $8, 230

Class 5 4, 830 to 6,230

Class 6 3, 630 to 4,730



FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES



Class 1 $ 9, 150 to $10, 330 Class 12 .



Class 2..
Class 3..
Class 4..
Class 5. .
Class 6. .
Class 7. .
Class 8 . .
Class 9..
Class 10.
Class 11.



8, 430 to


9,450


7, 710 to


8,670


6, 990 to


7,950


6, 450 to


7,470


5, 910 to


6,810


5, 370 to


6,270


4, 830 to


5,730


4, 290 to


5, 190


3, 930 to


4,830


3, 570 to


4,290



Class 13.
Class 14.
Class 15.
Class 16.
Class 17.
Class 18.
Class 19.
Class 20 .
Class 21.
Class 22.



$3, 210 to


$3, 930


2, 850 to


3,570


2, 490 to


3,210


2, 310 to


2,850


2, 130 to


2,490


1, 950 to


2,310


1,770 to


2, 130


1, 590 to


1,950


1, 410 to


1,770


1,230 to


1,590


1, 050 to


1,410



1 Foreign Service'salary rates as amended by Public Law 160, Slst^Cong., July 6, 1949.



HONOR AWARDS

Presented by the Department of State
October 12, 1949



Robert D. Murphy



Ernest J. Dempster
Rowland H. Sargeant
Reuben R. Thomas



John E. Crawford
Otis Fletcher
Bernadette L. Garges
Richard A. Godfrey-
Jane Gratten
Carlos Griffin
G. Victor Lindholm



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

Thomas Campbell Wasson (posthumous)
SUPERIOR SERVICE

Woodbury WillougHby
Samuel L. Yates

COMMENDABLE SERVICE

Walter P. McConaughy
Elizabeth McNauU
Quentin Shaw
Marjorie Sini
MUdred S. Studds
Dorothy L. Weissbrod



XII



PART I



Biographies



PART I



BIOGRAPHIES



PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND OF THE FOREIGN SERVICE



Aandahl, Elliot Carlton. — b. Wist, S. Dak., June 2,
1908 ; Lutherau Brethren Seminary grati. ; North rarl£
Coll. 1930-31; Western Wash. Coll. 1948; treasurer
and dist. supt. 1933-^5, v. supt. 1946-48, Church Mis-
sion in China ; U.S.M.C. 1945—46, capt., overseas ser. ;
forestry fire warden, State of Wash., May-Sept. 1948 ;
asst. credit mgr. of hospital Oct.-Dec. 1948 ; app. For.
Ser. Staff officer of class nine and assigned as asst.
att. at Nanljing Jan. 1, 1949 ; asst. cons. att. at Shang-
hai Apr. 23, 1949 ; at Taipei Sept. 6, 1949 ; asst. public
affairs officer at Hong Kong Feb. 14, 1950 ; married.

Abbaticchio, Howard A. — b. Pittsburgh, Pa., May 19,
1913; Latrohe High Sch. ; Mt. St. Mary's Coll. 1932-
35 ; statistical elk., Public Works Admin., 1936-40 ;
statistician, Nat. Resoiiiees Planning Bd. 1940—42,
British Supply Mission 1942. Reconstruction Finance
Corp. 1942-43, War Assets Admin. 1946-49 ; head ware-
house elk.. Reconstruction Finance Corp., 1943-44 ;
U.S. Army 1944-46, overseas ser. ; app. statistician,
P-4, in the Dept. of State Feb. 21, 1949 ; GS-11 Oct.
30, 1949.— FP.

Abbey, Glenn Allan. — b. Dodgevllle, Wis., June 11,
1898 ; Dodgeville High Sch. grad. ; business-sch. grad. ;
Georgetown U., B.S. 1925 ; U. of Witwatersrand, Johan-
nesburg, grad. work 1029 ; teacher in elementary sch.
1917-18; U.S. Army 1918-19; elk. 1919-21; instr.
in Eng. and hist., Devitt Prep. Sch., 1924-25 ; sec. to
the Am. High Commr. at Port-au-Prince 1925-27 ;
app. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v.c. of career July

5, 1927 ; For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; v.c. at Johan-
nesburg Feb. 24, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. July 1,
1931 ; 3d sec. at Managua July 31, 1031 ; at Caracas
Mar. 31, 1932 ; class eiglit July 1, 1934 ; cons. Jan.
22, 1935 ; 3d sec. at Asunci6n May 28, 1936 ; also cons,
at Asunci(')n Sept. 25, 1936 ; class seven Apr. 1, 1937 ;
2d sec. at Asunci6n in addition to duties as cons. May

6, 1937 ; detailed to Chaco Peace Conf., Buenos Aires,

1938 ; to the Dept. Feb. 2, 1938 ; class six Apr. 1,

1939 ; cons, and 2d sec. at London Apr. 8, 1941 ; class
five Oct. 20, 1942 ; sec. at New Delhi Mar. 31, 1944 ;
cons, at Bombay Sept. 11, 1945 ; at Rangoon, temp.,
Oct. 23, 1945 ; at Karachi Mar. 4, 1946 (canceled) ;



class four May 19, 1946 ; For. Ser. officer, stafC of
U.S. pol. adviser to Supreme Comdr. for Allied Powers,
Tokyo, July 16, 1946 ; sec. gen.. Allied Council for
Japan, 1946—47 ; For. Ser. officer of class three Nov.
13, 1946 ; cons, at Batavia July 28, 1947 ; class two
Apr. 21, 1949 ; cons, at Salonika Sept. 19, 1949 ; cons,
gen. Nov. 15, 1949 ; cons. gen. at Salonika Nov. 28,
1949.

Abbey, Merrill W. — b. Barre, Vt, Oct. 18, 1910 ; U.
of Conn., B.S. 1935 ; grad. work, Colo. State Coll. 1939,
Princeton U. 1944-45 ; study in Spanish 1948 ; mgr.
of fed. farm 1935 ; county club agt. and asst. agri. agt.,
U. of Conn, extension ser., 1935-40 ; county agt., U. of
R.I. extension ser., 1940-46 ; U.S. Navy 1944-46, It,
overseas ser. ; agri. consultant for econ. corp. 1947—49 ;
app. For. Ser. Reserve officer of class four and assigned
as agri. att. at Manila Dec. 27, 1949 ; married.

Abbott, Arthur Strobrldge. — b. Chicago, 111., Aug. 24,
1907 ; Oak Park High Sch. grad. ; U. of Chicago, Ph.B.
1933, M.A. 1939 ; traffic rep. for air line 1934-36 ;
salesman for publishing firm 1936-42 ; U.S. Army
1943-45, overseas ser. ; app. v.c. in the For. Ser.
Auxiliary at Harbin Jan. 15, 1946 (canceled) ; at Muk-
den Apr. 11, 1946 ; at Harbin, temp., June 10, 1946
(canceled) ; For. Ser. StafC officer of class twelve
Nov. 13, 1946 ; class eleven May 5, 1947 ; class nine
Feb. 8, 1948 ; v.c. at Wellington July 13, 1948 ; class
eight Oct. 30, 1949 ; married.

Abbott, Gene W. — b. Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 27, 1918 ;
Central High Sch. ; U. of Tenn. 1938-41 ; George
Washington U. 1946-47; U.S.M.C. 1941-45, 2d It.,
overseas ser. ; app. elk., CAF-4, in the Dept. of State
Jan. 14, 1946 ; head of file unit, CAF-5, June 16, 1946 ;
asst. documents officer, CAF-7, Dec. 15, 1946 ; docu-
ments officer, CAF-9, Apr. 4, 1948 ; CAF-11 Nov. 22,
1948; GS-11 Oct. 30, 1949; married.— FEC.

Abbott, George Manlove. — b. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 5,
1904 ; Shaw High Sch. grad. ; Case Sch. of Applied Sci-
ence, B.S. 1925 ; I'Ecole de Ponts et Chauss6es, Paris,
1926 ; George Washington U. 1927 ; construction
work 1920-21 ; salesman 1922-24 ; asst. research



BIOGRAPHIC REGISTER 1950



assoc. 1926 ; tech. asst., Bu. of Standards, 1927 ; app.
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v.c. of career July 5,
1927 ; For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; v.c. at Calcutta
Feb. 24, 1928 ; at Oslo Aug. 26, 1930 ; sec. in the
Diplo. Ser. May 2, 1934 ; 3d sec. at Riga May 24, 1934 ;
class eight July 1, 1934 ; cons. Jan. 22, 1935 ; cons, at
Riga in addition to duties as 3d sec. Nov. 7, 1935 ;
class seven Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2d sec. at Riga in addition
to duties as cons. May 6, 1937 ; cons, at Marseille Jan.

28, 1938 ; class sis Aug. 16, 1941 ; cons, at Colombo
Oct. 17, 1941 (canceled) ; at Manila Dec. 8, 1941-
Jan. 1, 1942 ; to the Dept. Sept. 3, 1943 ; class five
July 16, 1944 ; sec. and cons, at Paris Sept. 13, 1944 ;
1st sec. at Paris in addition to duties as cons. May 10,
1945 ; class four Dec. 17, 1945 ; For. Ser. officer of
class three Nov. 13, 1946 ; cons, at Saigon Sept. 29,
1947 ; cons. gen. and cons. gen. at Saigon Nov. 10,
1947; class tvro Apr. 14, 1948; to the Dept, Jan. 24,
1950 ; married.

Abbott; Henry Livermore. — b. Lewiston, Maine, Apr.
12, 1892; Groton Sch.; U.S.N. A., grad. 1913; U.S.
Navy 1909-21, 1940-46, capt., overseas ser. ; security
salesman with bank 1921-23 ; engineer with truck mfg.
CO. 1924-26 ; with patent development co. 1926-32 ;
engineer, Public Works Admin., 1933-40 ; app. ex-
pert on int. security affairs, P-7, in the Dept. of State
Aug. 20, 1946 ; GS-14 Oct. 30, 1949 ; married. — UNA/P.

Abbott, Wainwright. — b. Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 27,
1891 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Yale U. ; employed in mfg. cos. ;
ambulance ser. in France 1916 ; Fr. Army 1917-18 ;
U.S. Army 1918-19, It. ; app. sec. of emb. or leg. of
class four Apr. 7, 1920 ; 3d sec. at Stockholm May
26, 1921 ; 2d sec. at Athens Apr. 13, 1922 ; class three
Sept. 22, 1922 ; on detail at Constantinople Oct. 15-
Dec. 1, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class sis July 1,
1924 ; 2d sec. at Caracas Oct. 2, 1924 ; class five Apr.
30, 1925 ; 2d sec. at Dublin June 9, 1927 ; class four
July 24, 1930 ; 1st sec. at London Dec. 23, 1930 ; at
Belgrade Feb. 28, 1934 ; For. Ser. officer at Hamburg
June 15, 1936 ; cons, and cons, at Hamburg June 22,
1936 ; at Suva Jan. 18, 1941 ; cons. gen. June 12, 1942 ;
cons. gen. at Suva June 22, 1942 ; to the Dept. July 13,
1943 ; class three July 16, 1943 ; 1st sec. at Port-au-
Prince Apr. 13, 1944 ; also cons. gen. at Port-au-Prince
May 11, 1944 ; cons. gen. at Bordeaus Sept. 10, 1945 ;
For. Ser. officer of class three Nov. 13, 1946 ; cons,
gen. at St. John's, N.F., June 4, 1947 ; at Belfast July

29, 1949 ; married.

Abeille, Peter. — b. Nantes, France, June 4, 1897 ; nat-
uralized 1925 ; schs. in France ; elk. and exec, for Am.
steamship cos. 1920-30 ; office mgr. for aircraft corp.
1930-35 ; retail exec. 1935-42 ; rep. of treasurer's
office, Rubber Development Corp. and Reconstruction
Finance Corp., 1942-45 ; asst. budget officer and Euro-
pean research rep., U.S. Maritime Commn., 1945-48 ;
app. For. Ser. Reserve officer of class four and as-
signed as att. at London July 1, 1948 ; For. Ser. Staff
officer of class three and econ. officer and att. at Lon-
don Dec. 11, 1949 ; married.

Abell, George W. — b. Baltimore, Md., Apr. 5, 1898 ;
high sch.; Georgetown U. 1914-17; Am. adviser in
Am. emb. at The Hague 1940-42 ; columnist and radio
commentator for newspaper, 1942, 1946-48 ; U.S. Navy



1942-45, It. ; press officer, OMGUS, 1948-49 ; app. For.
Ser. Staff officer of class seven and assigned as resi-
dent officer. Office of Land Commr. for Bavaria, at
Weilheim Oct. 16, 1949 ; class four and information
officer at Munich Feb. 19, 1950 ; married. — HICOG.

Abies, James Quentin. — b. Sikeston, Mo., Nov. 10,
1918; Hollister (Idaho) High Sch. grad.; U.S.N.A.
1938-39; Georgetown U. Sch. of For. Ser. 1939-40;
U.S. Navy 1936-38 ; elk., Reconstruction Finance
Corp., 1939-42 ; clk-stenog.. Navy Dept., 1942 ; app.
elk. in the For. Ser. and assigned to the Dept. Jan.

19, 1943 ; resigned Jan. 10, 1944 ; U.S. Army, 2d It.,
1944-46 ; app. v.c. in the For. Ser. Auxiliary and
assigned to the Dept. Feb. 28, 1946 ; at San Salvador
Mar. 13, 1946 ; also admin, asst. at San Salvador July
1, 1946 ; For. Ser. Staff officer of class twelve and
v.c. at San Salvador Nov. 13, 1946 ; class eleven Apr.

20, 1947 ; class nine Jan. 25, 1948 ; class eight Oct. 16,
1949 ; married.

Abplanalp, Henry Walter. — b. Cincinnati, Ohio, May
16, 1910 ; U. of Cincinnati, B.A. 1933, evening sch.
1935-42 ; elk. for transit co. 1934-42 ; asst. investiga-
tor 1942-43, investigator 1945-46, admin, asst. 1946-
48, Dept. of Agri. ; field dir.. Am. Red Cross, 1943-45 ;
classification examiner 1948-49, asst. chief of section
1949, Reconstruction Finance Corp. ; app. org. and
methods examiner, CAF-11, in the Dept. of State
Oct. 3, 1949 ; GS-11 Oct. 30, 1949 ; married.— OIL

Abraham, Artie. — b. Mar. 26, 1915 ; app. For. Ser.
Staff officer of class nine and assigned as payments
officer, Finance Div., Office of Econ. Affairs, at Frank-
fort on the Main Oct. 30, 1949 ; married. — HICOG.

Abraham, Herbert John. — b. Liverpool, England, Oct.
29, 1904 ; naturalized 1940 ; Liverpool High Sch. grad. ;
Oxford U., B.A. 1926, M.A. 1929 ; Cambridge U., Eng-
land, diploma in secondary education, 1930 ; U. of Pa.,
grad. work 1933-35 ; Ohio State U., Ph.D. 1944 ; instr.,
Syracuse U., 1930-33 ; teacher 1933-38, dir. of studies
1938-39, George Sch. ; examiner in social studies, U.
of Chicago, 1939-44 ; app. consultant in the Dept. of
State Aug. 7, 1944 ; information and liaison officer at
$5,600 (CAF-13) Dec. 7, 1944; asst. to adviser, P-6,
Apr. 21, 1946 ; research and analysis ofiBcer, P-7, Nov.
3, 1946 ; asst. dir. for program analysis, UNESCO Re-
lations Staff, July 1, 1947; GS-14 Oct. 30, 1949;
married.— UNESCO.

Abraham, Rodger Chambers. — b. Hartford, Conn.,
Dec. 6, 1914; Glebe Collegiate High Sch. (Ottawa,
Canada) ; Hillhouse High Sch. (New Haven, Conn.) ;
Queen's U., Kingston, Ont., 1940-42 ; George Washing-
ton U. 1949 ; reporter, copy editor with newspapers
1935-36 ; U.S. Army 1937-40, 1944-46, 2d It., overseas
ser. ; app. messenger in Am. leg. at Ottawa July 22,
1940 ; elk. July 1, 1941 ; elk. at Reykjavik Mar. 18,
1942 ; at Berlin Oct. 1, 1946 ; For. Ser. Staff officer
of class fourteen Nov. 13, 1946 ; class ten and pouch
section supervisor at Berlin July 11, 1948 ; asst. com-
munications officer at Paris Sept. 20, 1948 ; to the
Dept. Mar. 15, 1949 ; married.

Acheson, Dean G. — b. Middletown, Conn., Apr. 11,
1893; Yale, A.B. 1915, M.A. (hon.) 1936; Harvard,



BIOGRAPHIC REGISTER 1950



LL.B. 1918 ; mem. of bar of D.C. ; U.S. Navy 1918-19,
ensign ; private sec. to assoc. justice of U.S. Supreme
Court 1919-21 ; law practice 1921-33. 1934-41 ; under
sec. of treas. 1933 ; app. asst. sec. of state Feb. 1, 1941 ;
mem. For. Ser. Personnel Bd., Bd. of Examiners for tlie
For. Ser., and For. Ser. Sell. Bd. 1941-45 ; ehm., Exec.
Committee on Cml. I'olicj', 1941-44 ; chm., Bd. of Econ.
Operations Oct. 8, 1941-June 24, 1943 ; mem., Frozen
Funds Comm., 1941- ; mem., Requirements Comm., War
Production Bd., 1942 ; dir.. Office of For. Econ. Coor-
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