Elbridge Dexter Rand Edit Profile
Preparatory education, Montclair (New Jersey) Military Academy, 1903-1906. Student Harvard, 1907-1908.
Served at First lieutenant, later captain, infantry, United States of America, 1917-1919. Served as technical assistant Intelligence Section Peace Commission, Paris, and assistant military attache, Brussels, 1919. Drafting officer Department of State, Washington, District of Columbia, 1919-1921.
3d secretary of embassy, assigned to Department of State, 1921-1923. Secretary diplomatic agency, Tangier, Morocco, 1923-1925. President International Sanitary Council, Morocco, 1924.
2d secretary of Embassy, Paris, 1925-1926, Madrid, 1926-1927. 1st secretary of Embassy, assigned to Department of State, 1927-1928. Consul, Geneva, from 1928.
Served at First lieutenant, later captain, infantry, United States of America, 1917-1919. Served as technical assistant American delegation to 2d and 3d sessions of special committee appointed to draft a convention on private manufacture and publicity of manufacturer of arms, ammunition and implements of war (League of Nations), meeting at Geneva, August 1928.
Married Lucy Gage, of Downey, California, 1910. Children: Frances, Caroline.