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F. Lam mot BELIN

F. Lam mot BELIN, American First Secretary of Embassy.

Background

  • BELIN, F. Lam mot was born on March 15, 1881 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Henry Belin, Junior and Margaretta E. LaMotte.

  • Education

    • Hotchkiss School; Yale University, Bachelor of Philosophy.

    Career

    • Private Secy, to American Minister at Peking, Special Assistant, to Minister in Legation at Peking, 1917-1919. In Department of State, October-December 1919. Appointed Secy, of Embassy of class 4, 1919, assigned to Department of State.

      Assigned to Constantinople, 1920. To Paris, 1921; appointed Secy, class 1922. Assigned to Department of State, 1923.

      Appointed Secy, of class 2, 1924. Foreign Service Officer, class 4, 1924. Assigned as First Secy, at Constantinople, 1926.

      At London, 1928; class 3, since 1929.

    Membership

    Clubs: Metropolitan (Wash, District of Columbia), Burning Tree Golf, St. James’s (London).

    Connections

    • Spouse Frances Jermyn, January 17, 1912, Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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