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Edward Savage CROCKER

Edward Savage CROCKER, American Secretary of Embassy or Legation. Member of American Geography Society; Foreign Service Association; Junior League, New York City Clubs: Princeton (New York), Metropolitan (Washington).

Background

  • CROCKER, Edward Savage was born on December 20, 1895 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Emmons and Marion A. (Hastings) Crocker.

  • Education

    • Princeton University. Bachelor of Arts, 1918. Columbia Law School, 1924.

    Career

    • Y.C. Secy, of Embassy, Class Four, 1922, assigned to Department of State. Detailed Assistant Secy, of American Deleg^ion to C'onf. on Central American Affairs at Washington, 1922. Assigned to San Salvador.

      1923, to Warsaw, 1924. Appointed Foreign Service Officer, Class Eight, 1924. Assigned Third Secy, of Embassy, Rome, 1925.

      Class Seven, 1925; Third Secretary, Budapest, 1926, at Stockholm, 1929. Second Secretary, October 1929, Class Six, since 1929.

    Membership

    Member of American Geography Society. Foreign Service Association. Junior League, New York City Clubs: Princeton (New York), Metropolitan (Washington).

    Connections

    • Spouse Lispenard Seabury, May 12, 1923, N.
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