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Harley Arthur Notter

Harley Arthur Notter, American educator, government official. Member of the United States Civil Service communications of Expert Examiners for Department of State, 1948.; Member American History Association, American Political Science Association, American Society International Law, Pi Kappa Delta.

Background

  • Notter, Harley Arthur was born on January 5, 1903 in Sebewaing, Michigan, United States. Son of Arthur Henry and Wilhelmina Elizabeth (Armbruster) Notter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, College of Puget Sound (Washington State), 1925. A.M., Stanford, 1927, Doctor of Philosophy. in American History, 1937.

    Career

    • Assistant to head history department Stanford, 1926-1927. Principal Roosevelt Junior High School, Eugene, Oregon, 1927-1930. General supervisor teacher training University of Oregon, member State Committee on Junior High Schools, 1928-1930.

      Instructor citizenship Stanford, 1931-1935. Writing assistant to Ray Stannard Baker, 1935-1937. Lecturer United States diplomacy Smith College, spring 1936.

      Assistant professor American history Western Reserve University (O.) summer 1939. Official United States State Department, 1937, policy study officer division American, Republics, 1938, assistant liaison officer with War and Navy departments, 1939-1940, principal political officer division special research on postwar foreign policy, 1941, assistant chief, 1942. Executive secretary President’s advising committee on postwar foreign policy, 1942-1943, chief division political studies, 1943, member International Organisation Group, 1943-1944, alternate member Policy Committee and of Postwar Program Committee under Secretary Hull, 1944.

      Chief division of international security and organization, January 1944, adviser Office Special Political Affairs and Office United Nations Affairs, since 1944. Lecturer United States diplomacy, School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, since 1947. General adviser United States delegation Dumbarton Oaks Conference on International Organisation, 1944.

      Technical officer United States delegation, Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, Mexico City, 1945. Adviser United States delegation United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945, United Nations General Assembly London, 1946, New York, 1947.

    Works

    • Author: The Origins of the Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson, 1937. Contributor articles and reviews to mags. and professional journals.

    Membership

    Member of the United States Civil Service communications of Expert Examiners for Department of State, 1948. Member American History Association, American Political Science Association, American Society International Law, Pi Kappa Delta.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Olive Taylor, September 8, 1926. Children: Mary Margaret, Robert Harley, David Taylor.
    • father: Arthur Henry Notter
    • mother: Wilhelmina Elizabeth (Armbruster) Notter
    • spouse: Margaret Olive Taylor
    • children: Mary Margaret Notter
    • Robert Harley Notter
    • David Taylor Notter
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    Born January 5, 1903
    Died June 18, 1950
    (aged 47)
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