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Charles Clarence Batchelder

Charles Clarence Batchelder, American lecturer, publicist.

Background

  • Batchelder, Charles Clarence was born on August 15, 1867 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Clarence and Annie M. (Leatherbee) Batchelder.

  • Education

    • Graduate Boston Latin School, 1885. Studied at Sorbonne (Paris) and Harvard Grad. Graduate School of Bus.

    Career

    • Editor Harvard Daily Crimson, 1885-1889.

    Works

    • Editor Harvard Daily Crimson, 1885-1889. Treasurer Boston Lumber Company, 1891-1914. Under secretary of interior of the Philippines, 1914-1916.

      Economics investigator for the Philippines in China, Japan, Sumatra, etc., 1916. Field director for American Red Cross, 1917. Representative of War Trade Board, in charge commercial and financial subjects in Seattle, New York and Washington, District of Columbia, 1918-1919.

      Acting commercial attache, Department of Commerce, in Pekin, China, and trade commissioner in Siberia, 1919-1920. Trade commissioner in India, 1920-1921. Acting chief Far Eastern Division, Bureau Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1921-1922.

      Trade commissioner in India, 1922-1923. Lecturer on international relations, New York University, 1923-1926, also lecturer Brown U., Baroda (India), Georgetown University, University of Philippines, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, Williamstown Institute Politics, United States War College, Institute Pacific Relations, etc. Author various Government publications and articles on international relations in mags.

    Connections

    • father: Charles Clarence Batchelder
    • mother: Annie M. (Leatherbee) Batchelder
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    Born August 15, 1867
    Died March 4, 1946
    (aged 78)
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