Clinton Edson Maceachran Edit Profile
Educated Tufts College and Georgetown University.
Stenographer, Boston, 4 1-2 years. Appointed clerk Department of State, October 21, 1910. Private secretary to assistant secretary of state, 1911-1913, to ambassador to Mexico, 1913, and to special representative of the President in Mexico, 1914.
Chief clerk American Commission to American-German prisoner of war conference, Berne, Switzerland, 1918. Special assistant to counselor Department of State, 1919. Special drafting officer to American Mission to Negotiate Peace, July-December 1919.
Assistant to undersecretary of state, December 1919-June 1921. Appointed consul June 1921. Member Board of Efficiency, Department of State, 1921-1922.
Consul, Antwerp, 1922, Ghent, 1924-1926, Madrid, 1926-1927. Assistant chief Commercial Office, Department of State, 1931. Chief clerk and administrative assistant Department of State, 1932-1937.
Foreign service officer since 1934. Consul general at Halifax, Nova Scoti, 1937-1941. Special agent, Department of State, 1943-1945.
Member Board of Efficiency, Department of State, 1921-1922. Member American Foreign Service Association.
Married Grace McDevitt, August 1921 (deceased).