Clarence Edward Gauss Edit Profile
Edward high schools, Washington and under private tutors.
1 son, Charles Barker. Stenographer and Invalid Pensions Committee, National House of Representatives, Washington, District of Columbia, 1903-1906. Entered Department of State, August 2, 1906.
Deputy consul general at Shanghai, China, 1907-1909. Returned to Department of State at Washington, District of Columbia, v. and deputy consul general at Shanghai, 1912-1915, in charge, 1915-1916. In charge Consulate General, Tientsin, July-September 1916.
Consul at Amoy, 1916-1920. at Tsinan, Shantung, China, June 16, 1920-April 1923. Consul general at Mukden, Manchuria, August 1923-March 1924, at Tientsin, China, 1924-1926, Shanghai. 1926-1927; Tientsin, 1927-1931.
Assigned to Department of State, 1931. Counselor of legation at Peiping, China, 1933-1935. Counselor of embassy and consul general at Paris, 1935.
Consul general at Shanghai, 1935-1940. Minister to Australia, 1940-1941. Ambassador to China, February 1941-December 1944.
Retired from Foreign Service as of June 1, 1945. Member board directors Export-Import Bank, Washington, District of Columbia, December since 1945. Home: Wardman Park Hotel.
Office: Export-Import Bank, Washington 25, Distric.
Member board directors Export-Import Bank, Washington, District of Columbia, December since 1945.
Married Rebecca Louise Barker, February 3, 1917.