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Willard L. Beaulac

Willard L. Beaulac, American government official.

Background

  • Beaulac, Willard L. was born on July 25, 1899 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States. Son of Sylvester C. and Lena Eleanor (Jarvis) Beaulac.

  • Education

    • Student, Brown University, 1918. Bachelor in Fgn Service, Georgetown University, 1921. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Georgetown University, 1949.

    Career

    • Clerk Bureau Internal Revenue, 1921. Vice consul Tampico, 1921-1923, Puerto Castilla, 1923-1924. Consul Arica, 1925; secretary American Delegation and assistant secretary Plebiscitory Commission Tacna-Arica Arbitration, 1926.

      3d secretary Port-au-Prince, 1927. 2d secretary Managua, 1928-1933, San Salvador, 1940, counselor of embassy, 1940-1941. Counselor general Division of America Republics, 1937.

      1st secretary Havana, 1933-1937. Assistant chief Division of Latin American Affairs, 1924, Madrid, 1941-1944. Ambassador to Paraguay, 1944-1947, Colombia, 1947-1951, Cuba, 1951-1953, Chile, 1953-1956, Argentina, 1956-1960.

      Adviser American delegate, 2d Regional Conference of America States. Delegate 9th International Conference American States, Bogota. Colombia, 1948; advisory to American delegate 4th Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of America States, 1951.

      Past. deputy commandant for foreign affairs National War College.

    Works

    • Author: Career Ambasssador, 1951.

    Connections

    • Married Catherine Hazel Arrott Greene, February 25, 1935. Children: Noel J., Joan C., Nancy A., Willard L., Junior.
    • father: Sylvester C. Beaulac
    • mother: Lena Eleanor (Jarvis) Beaulac
    • spouse: Catherine Hazel Arrott Greene
    • children: Noel J. Beaulac
    • Joan C. Beaulac
    • Nancy A. Beaulac
    • Willard L. Beaulac
    • Junior Beaulac
    Willard L. Beaulac
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    Died August 25, 1990
    (aged 91)
    Nationality
    • 1918
      Brown University
    • 1921
      Georgetown University
    • 1949
      Georgetown University
    • 1921
      Clerk, Bureau Internal Revenue
    • 1921 - 1923
      vice consul Tampico
    • 1923 - 1924
      vice consul Tampico
    • 1924
      assistant, chief Division of Latin American Affairs
      Madrid, Spain, Spain
    • 1925
      consul Arica
    • 1926
      secretary, American Delegation and assistant secretary Plebiscitory Commission Tacna-Arica Arbitration
    • 1927
      3d secretary, Port-au-Prince
    • 1928 - 1933
      2nd secretary, Managua
      San Salvador, El Salvador
    • 1933 - 1937
      1st secretary, Havana
    • 1937
      counsel, or general Division of American Republics
    • 1940
      2nd secretary, Managua
      San Salvador, El Salvador
    • 1941 - 1944
      assistant, chief Division of Latin American Affairs
      Madrid, Spain, Spain
    • 1944 - 1947
      ambassador, to Paraguay
      Colombia
    • 1947 - 1951
      ambassador, to Paraguay
      Colombia
    • 1951 - 1953
      ambassador, to Paraguay
      Cuba
    • 1953 - 1956
      ambassador, to Paraguay
      Chile
    • 1956 - 1960
      ambassador, to Paraguay
      Argentina
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