Edward Eyre Hunt Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1910.
Hugh Francis Fox, May 15, 1920. Children—Edward Eyre, Virginia Lloyd (Mistress Ralph J. P. Wedgwood). Secretary for apointments and assistant in English department Harvard, 1910-1912.
Editorial staff American Magazine, New York, 1912-1914. War correspondent, Europe, 1914. American delegate of Common for Relief in Belgium in charge Province of Antwerp, 1914-1916.
Director of Publs. of America Red Cross, Washington, District of Columbia, March-September 1917. Head of economic rehabilitation work of Red Cross in France, 1917-1918. Director general civilian relief, Red Cross, Italy, 1917.
Labor manager clothing industry, New York, 1920. Member Committee on Elimination of Waste in Industry, Federated American Engineering Socs., 1920, appointed by Herbert Hoover. Secretary of Conference on Unemployment called by President Harding, 1921.
Secretary United States Coal Commission, 1922-1923. American expert on scientific management, World Economics Conference, 1927. Member Committee on Recent Economics Changes since 1928.
Secretary President’s Emergency Committee for Employment, 1930-1931, President’s Research Committee on Social Trends, 1930-1933. American member of World Economic Depression Inquiry, 1931. Engaged in economics and social surveys, Venezuela, 1939-1940.
Chief industrial economist, War Production Board, 1942-1943. Associate director field operations Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation. United States Department of State, 1943.
Chief of Italian Division, Foreign Economics Administration, 1944., director Italian Division, Department State, 1945-1946. Chief Division Protective Services, Department State, since 1947.
Member Committee on Elimination of Waste in Industry, Federated American Engineering Socs., 1920, appointed by Herbert Hoover. Member Committee on Recent Economics Changes since 1928. Member of World Economic Depression Inquiry, 1931.
Member Belgian-American Educational Foundation since 1920. Member Phi Beta Kappa and various engineering societies. Clubs: Cosmos (Washington, District of Columbia).
Married Virginia Lloyd, d. Children: Edward Eyre, Virginia Lloyd (Mistress Ralph J. P. Wedgwood).