Arthur Bailly-Blanchard Edit Profile
Studied law, University of La.
Clerk Louisiana state assessors, 1878-1880. Assistant editor Le Petit Journal, New Orleans, 1880-1881. With Mexican Central Railway, 1882-1883.
Colonel and a.-d.-est to governor of Louisiana, 1885. Private secretary to minister to France, 1885-1889. Assistant to special agent Department of State, French Spoliation Claims.
Secretary United States Commission to Paris Exposition, 1889. Private secretary to the United States minister to France, 1890-1893. A secretary, Behring Sea Tribunal of Arbitration, 1893-1895.
A secretary bimetallic mission to France. 1896; secretary to Honorary John. W. Foster, special ambassador to Russia, 1897.
Attache, American Peace Commission, Paris, 1898. Pvt secretary to ambassador to France, 1899-1900. A secretary, Hague Peace Conference, 1907.
Appointed 3d secretary of Embassy, at Paris, 1900, 2d secretary, 1901, secretary 1909. Delegate and minister plenipotentiary to International Sanitary Conference, Paris, 1911. Appointed secretary of Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, 1912.
Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Haiti, May 22, 1914.