Francisco Sanchez-Latour Edit Profile
Educated in England and France.
Assistant director National Institute for Boys, Guatemala, 1906. National treasurer, 1907-1911, member of Congress, 1907-1911. 1st secretary special mission to the United States, 1908.
Delegate to Deep Waterways Convention, New Orleans, 1909. Charge d’affaires of Guatemala, at Washington, District of Columbia, 1910. 1st secretary to Legation, 1911-1920.
Again charge d’affaires, 1922. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary from Guatemala to the United States, May 23, since 1922. Also vice president Pan American Union.
Delaware to Internacional High Common for Uniform Legislation, Buenos Aires, 1916. Government delegate and chairman Guatemala delegation to Labor Conference, Washington, District of Columbia, October 1919. Delegate to 2d Pan-American Commercial Conference, Washington, District of Columbia, June 1919.
Chairman Guatemala delegation to Central American Conference, Washington, District of Columbia, December 4, 1922-October 7, 1923.
Member of Congress, 1907-1911.
Married Lillian Hall Davis, October 6, 1920.