Virgil Lee Bankson
Virgil Lee Bankson, American government official.
Bankson, Virgil Lee was born on May 24, 1908 in Park, Kansas, United States. Son of Charles Walker and Ella May (Greene) Bankson.
Bachelor of Arts, Antioch College, 1933.
Regional agriculture and labor specialist Federal Security Agency, 1935-1943. Special adviser on loan to coordinator defense housing, 1942-1943. Analyst, economist War Production Board, 1943-1945.
Section head OPA, 1945-1946. Analyst Office Housing Expeditor, 1946-1947. Chief price branch Supreme Command Allies Pacific, Japan, 1947-1950.
Economist Public Housing Administration, 1950-1953. Housing finance adviser International Cooperation Administration, Djakarta, 1954-1955, program analyst, assistant program officer, Taipei, Taiwan, 1955-1959, international relations officer, Washington, since 1959. Home: 1081 Ruatan St., Silver Spring, Maryland.
Office: International Cooperative Administration, Washington 25.
Married Margaret Rodby, January 31, 1936. Children: Jane Ellyn (Mistress.
Charles Walker Bankson
Ella May (Greene) Bankson
Jane Ellyn (Mrs Bankson