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Gustav Crane Hertz

Gustav Crane Hertz, American government official. Member staff First Hoover Commission, 1953-1954; Member American Society Public Administration, Public Personnel Association (president Washington chapter).

Background

  • Hertz, Gustav Crane was born on May 10, 1918 in New York City. Son of Gustav Charles and Lois (Crane) Hertz.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Social Science, American U., 1946.

    Career

    • Engaged in manufacturing, 1949-1951. Assistant director civilian personnel United States Marine Corps, 1950-1951. Staff director manpower policy committee United States Senate, 1951-1953.

      Consultant reorganization Post Office Department, 1953-1954. Principal associate Lewis J. Kroeger Associates, management consultant, 1954-1958. Chief Far East public administration branch Agency for International Development, 1958-1963.

      Chief public administrative div. USOM to Viet Nam Saigon, since 1963.

    Works

    • Author articles in field.

    Membership

    Member staff First Hoover Commission, 1953-1954. Member American Society Public Administration, Public Personnel Association (president Washington chapter).

    Connections

    • Married Solange Strong, December 6, 1938. Children: Crane, Lydia, Gustav, Stephen, Mary Christina.
    • father: Gustav Charles Hertz
    • mother: Lois (Crane) Hertz
    • spouse: Solange Strong
    • children: Crane Hertz
    • Lydia Hertz
    • Gustav Hertz
    • Stephen Hertz
    • Mary Christina Hertz
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    Born March 10, 1918
    Died September 24, 1967
    (aged 49)
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