Hallet Johnson Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1908. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1911.
Entered diplomatic service, 1912. Served as secretary embassies in London, Constantinople, Santiago, and charge d’affaires at Legation in La Paz. Acting chief Division of Latin American Affairs, Department of State, 1919.
1st secretary Legation, Oslo, 1927-1929, embassies at Brussels, 1920-1921, Paris, 1924-1927. Counselor of Legation and charge d’affaires, The Hague, 1929-1933, Madrid, 1933-1936. In charge of Summer Embassy, Sebastian, Spain, at outbreak of Spanish Civil War, 1936.
Counselor of Embassy and charge d’affaires, Warsaw, 1936-1937. Counsul general and counselor of Legation, Stockholm, 1937-1941. Assistant chief, Division of Controls.
Department of State, 1941-1942. Assistant chief, Division of Defense Materials, 1942-1945. Ambassador to Costa Rica, 1945-1949.
Member Company K, 7th Reg., National Guard of New York, 1909-1912. Member Society of Colonial Wars, S.A.R., Delta Psi. Clubs: Union, St. Anthony (New York).
Married Katherine M. Steward, May 20, 1920. Children: Katherine Beeckman, Priscilla Livingston, Hallett.