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Editor , consultant , writer

Charles Guy Bolte, American writer, editor, consultant. Served as lieutenant British Army, 1941-1943.

Background

Bolte, Charles Guy was born on January 19, 1920 in New York City. Son of Guy Willard and Marian (Stewart) Bolte.

Education

AB, Dartmouth College, 1941. Doctor of Humane Letters, Dartmouth College, 1970. Master of Literature (Rhodes scholar 1947), Oxford University, England, 1949.

Career

Newspaper reporter, 1937-1941. Special writer O.W.I., 1943-1944. Organizer, chairman American Veterans Committee, 1944-1947.

Military correspondent The Nation, 1944. Staff United States Mission to United Nations, 1949. Executive secretary American Book Publications Council, 1952.

Vice president Viking Press, 1956-1961, executive vice president, 1961-1966. Vice president Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, New York City, 1966-1971, counsellor, 1971-1973. Editor American Oxonian, 1977.

Writer, consultant, since 1973.

Works

Membership

Served as lieutenant British Army, 1941-1943.

Connections

Married Mary Brooks Elwell, August 1, 1943. Children: Guy Willard II, John Cox, Brooks.

father:
Guy Willard Bolte

mother:
Marian (Stewart) Bolte

spouse:
Mary Brooks Elwell

children:
Guy Willard II Bolte

John Cox Bolte

Brooks Bolte