Graduate, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 1910.
Architectural draftsman, quantity surveyor, 1910-1911;
structural designer, Baltimore Sewerage Commission and Building Inspector' General’ s Office, 1912-1915;
engineer, United States Reclamation Svc., 1916-1917;
engineer, C.E., United States Army, 1917-1919;
office manager, French-American Company, France, 1919-1920;
civil engineer, Baltimore City highways Department, 1920-1921;
appointed vice consul of career, United States Foreign Svc., 1921;
appointed vice consul of career, United States Foreign Svc., Sofia, Bulgaria, 1921;
appointed vice consul of career, United States Foreign Svc., Constantinople, Turkey, 1922;
consul, United States Foreign Svc., 1925;
consul, United States Foreign Svc., Athens, Greece, 1926;
consul, United States Foreign Svc., Paris, 1933;
secretary of embassy, Paris, 1937;
with, Department State, Washington, 1941;
appointed acting assistant chief, Special Division, then assistant chief, 1942;
chief Special War Problems Division, 1944;
counselor, American Legation, Bern, Switzerland, 1945-1947;
diplomatic agent, consul general with rank of minister, Tangier, Morocco, 1947-1949;
career minister, 1949;
president committee, Control International Zone of Tangier, 1950-1951;
advisor on United Nations affairs, Bureau Near Eastern, South Asian and African affairs, Department State, 1951-1960. Member United States delegate Japanese Peace Conference, San Francisco, 1951, 6th General Assembly United Nations, Paris, 1951-1952. Department State representative, chairman Inteim Mixed Parole and Clemency Board, Bonn, Germany, 1953.
Deputy inspector general Foreign Svc. Inspection Corps, 1957.
Member Chevy Chase Club.
Married Jeanne Riboulet, August 26, 1919. 1 child, James Robert.