Frederick Ernest Nolting,, American diplomat. Decorated Order of Orange Nassau.
Nolting,, Frederick Ernest was born on August 24, 1911 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Son of Frederick Ernest and Mary (Buford) Nolting.
Bachelor, University of Virginia, 1933;
Master of Arts, University of Virginia, 1940;
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, 1942;
Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1941.
Member, investment firm, Richmond, 1934-1939;
country specialist, then assistant chief Northern European affairs, unites states department State, Washington, 1946-1948;
charge Swiss-Benelux affairs, coordinator Far East aid programs, unites states department State, Washington, 1949-1950;
assistant to deputy under secretary state, unites states department State, Washington, 1950-1953;
special assistant to secretary state for mutual security affairs, unites states department State, Washington, 1935-1955;
director Office Political Affairs with personal rank minister, United States delegate to North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Paris, 1955-1957;
deputy chief mission USRO, alternate United States permanent representative, North Atlantic Council, 1957-1961;
United States ambassador to Vietnam,, Saigon, 1961-1963;
member special intelligence survey, United States Government, 1963-1964;
diplomat in residence, University of Virginia, 1973-1974;
professor, University of Virginia, 1975-1982;
professor emeritus School Government and Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia, from 1982. Member United States delegate to 6th session United Nations General Assembly, 1951. Vice president European offices Morgan Guaranty Trust Company New York, Paris, 1964-1969, assistant to chairman, New York City, 1969-1973, consultant, from 1973.
Olsson professor business administration University of Virginia Graduate School Business Administration, Charlottesville, from 1973, director White Burkett Miller Center Public Affairs, from 1975.
Charter member Piedmont Environmental Council. Chairman, board directors Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member Southern Society Philosophy, Council on Foreign Relations, River Club (New York City), Metropolitan Club ((Washington), Farmington Club (Charlottesville), Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Psi.
Married Olivia Lindsay Crumpler, September 7, 1940. Children: Mary Buford Nolting Bruner, Grace Lindsay, Frances Talbott Nolting Temple, Jane Underwood.