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Bradley Fisk

Bradley Fisk, American government official.

Background

  • Fisk, Bradley was born on July 8, 1904 in Buffalo. Son of Irving Lester and Edith (Bradley) Fisk.

  • Education

    • Graduate Nichols School, 1921. Bachelor of Science, Harvard, 1926, Master of Business Administration, 1928.

    Career

    • Home furnishing merchandise manager Wm. Hengerer Company, Buffalo, 1928-1934. General merchandise manager Flint & Kent, Buffalo, 1934-1954.

      Professorial lecturer U. Buffalo, 1954-1955. Assistant director Office International Trade Fairs, Department Commerce, 1955-1957, director Office Field Services, 1957-1959, deputy assistant secretary for international affairs, 1959-1960, assistant secretary international affairs, 1960-1962. Home: 3227 Reservoir Road, Washington 7.

      Office: Department of Commerce, Washington 25.

    Connections

    • Married Erma Johnson, August 7, 1926. Children: Bradley, Irving Lester II, Amanda.
    • father: Irving Lester Fisk
    • mother: Edith (Bradley) Fisk
    • spouse: Erma Johnson
    • children: Bradley Fisk
    • Irving Lester II Fisk
    • Amanda Fisk
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    Born July 8, 1904
    Died February 7, 1962
    (aged 57)
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