Coert Du Bois Edit Profile
Educated Biltmore Forest School.
With United States Forest Service. 1900-1917. district forester. California District 1911-1917.
Consul assigned Paris. 1919. Naples, 1920, Port Said, 1922, in charge Visa Office. State Department, Washington.
1924-1927; consul general, Batavia, Java, 1927-1930. Foreign service inspector, India, 1930. Consul general, Genoa, Italy, 1931, Naples, Italy, 1931-1937, Havana, Cuba.
1937-1941; in charge Caribbean Office, State Department, Washington. District of Columbia, October 9, 1941. January 1944; appointed on President’s Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, March 14, 1942.
Secretary in diplomatic service. August 1935; now retired. Liaison officer. State Department and War Assets Administration, Central and Southern American and Caribbean, 1946-1947.
United States delegate, United Nations Security Council’s Committee of Good Offices. Java. N.E. Indies, January-July 1948. rank of minister. Commissioned major engrs.
United States Army, August 1917. Lieutenant colonel, September 1918. Served with 10th Engineers in France, September 1917-September 1918.
Duty Office of Chief of Engineers, September-December 1918. Honorary discharge, December 4, 1918. Sent to England, Ireland and the Continent of Europe, 1925. as representative of the United States Government to arrange for the examination of immigrants before leaving home countries.
Club: Metropolitan (Washington), Episcopalian.
Married Margaret Mendell, August 1, 1910.