Alexander Vincent Dye Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, William Jewell College, Liberty Missouri, 1901, A.M., 1902. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Leipzig, Germany, 1904.
Professor modern langs., William Jewell College, 1904-1909. American consul. Nogales, Mexico, 1909-1913. Assistant general manager Phelps Dodge Corporation, Douglas, Arizona, 1916-1917.
Special assistant to unites states department State and representative of War Trade Board, Norway, 1917-1919. Representative American International Corporation, 1919-1921. United States trade commissioner, London, 1921-1923.
Commercial attache, Mexico City, 1923-1926, Buenos Aires, 1926-1935. Director bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Washington, District of Columbia, 1936-1939. Commercial attache, London 1939-1941.
Retired from the foreign service, March 1, 1941. Economic consultant National Foreign Trade Council, 1941-1945. Member commission on International Economic Policy.
Chairman of Organizing Committee of International Business Conference held at Rye, New York, 1944. Member of advisory board Committee for Economic Development. Member Council of Foreign Relations.
United States delegate to International Commercial Conference, Rio de Janeiro, 1927. United States delegate 6th International Refrigeration Congress, Buenos Aires, 1932. Adviser to Pan-American Commercial Conference, Buenos Aires, 1935.
Adviser to American delegations to 7th and 8th Confs. of America States at Montevideo. 1933, and Lima, 1938. Federal commissioner Pan-American Hernando de Soto Exposition, Tampa, Florida, 1939.
Member commission on International Economic Policy. Member of advisory board Committee for Economic Development. Member Council of Foreign Relations.
United States delegate to International Commercial Conference, Rio de Janeiro, 1927. Club: Cosmos (Washington).
Married Ida Miller, April.; married second, Alice McHardy Byrnes, November 12, 1930. Children: Russell Vincent, Margaret Louise (Mistress.