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Aaron Switzer Brown

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Aaron Switzer Brown, American ambassador. Member American Foreign Service Association; Club: Cloister Inn (Princeton, New Jersey).

Background

Brown, Aaron Switzer was born on April 15, 1913 in Pontiac, Michigan, United States. Son of Guy Carlton and Millie Belle (Switzer) Brown.

Education

Student Cranbrook School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1927-1931. Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1935.

Career

Reporter Pontiac Daily Press, 1936-1937. Appointed foreign service officer, July 2, 1937. Vice consul Mexico City, 1937-1938, 3d secretary (later 2d secretary), Dublin, 1943-1945, 2d secretary Bogota, Columbia, 1945-1947.

Attached to Office of the Secretary, Department of State, 1939-1943. Attached to Division Foreign Service Planning, Department of State, 1947-1949, assistant to director executive secretariat, 1949-1950, special assistant deputy under-secretary, 1950-1951. Counselor of embassy, Bangkok, 1951, Lisbon, 1954.

Deputy director of personnel, Department of State, 1956. Deputy assistant secretary for personnel, 1958-1961. Ambassador Nicaragua, 1961-1967.

Membership

Member American Foreign Service Association. Club: Cloister Inn (Princeton, New Jersey).

Connections

Married Dorothy Park, August 8, 1936. Children: Dorothy (Mistress.

father:
Guy Carlton Brown

mother:
Millie Belle (Switzer) Brown

spouse:
Dorothy Park

child:
Dorothy (Mrs Brown