Count V. Macchi Di Cellere Edit Profile
Literature course Regio Ginnasio, Rome, and Liceo, at Sinigaglia. Graduate in law, University of Rome, 1888. (Doctor of Laws, Princeton University).
Entered diplomatic service, 1889. Secretary International Red Cross Conference, Venice, 1892, Rome, 1892, 2d International Sanitary Conference, Venice, 1897. 1st secretary Italian Legation, Buenos Aires, 1898-1903.
Regent Embassy, Washington, 1903-1904. Transferred to Petrograd, 1904. General secretary conference for establishment of International Institute of Agriculture, Rome, 1904-1905.
Head of cabinet of minister of foreign affairs, 1905-1906. Minister to Argentina, 1906-1912. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States, November 6, 1913—.
Married Dolores Cobo, of Buenos Aires, November 14, 1901.