Henry Percival Dodge Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, Harvard, 1892, Bachelor of Laws, 1895. Admitted to bar, 1895. Studied in France, Germany, and Italy, 1897-1898.
Lamb Cleaves; married second, Agnes Page-Brown, 1922. Third secretary, 1899-1900, 2d secretary, 1900-1902, secretary, 1902-1906, American Embassy at Berlin. Secretary American Embassy at Tokyo, 1906-1907.
Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Honduras and Salvador, 1907-1908, to Salvador, 1908-1909, to Morocco, May 12, 1909-July 1910. Resident diplomatic officer of Department of State, and chief of Division of Latin-American Affairs, 1910-1911. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Panama, July 6, 1911.
Appointed Chairman of Commission to supervise Panamanian municipal and presidential elections, May 12, 1912. Resigned August 25, 1913. May 13, 1914, appointed secretary and diplomatic adviser to American Commission to the Mediation Conference bet. the United States and Mexico, at Niagara Falls.
August 6, 1914, appointed representative of State Department on American Common for repatriation of Americans in Europe. September 6, 1914, appointed special agent of State Department and assigned to American Embassy in Paris, where placed by the ambassador in charge of Austro-Hungarian and German interests in France. Special representative to Serbia in charge of the American Legation, June 10, 1917-June 17, 1919.
American minister to Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1919-1926 (appointed special ambassador to attend King’s marriage), to Denmark, 1926-1930. Translations to Department of State, 1930. Retired October 1, 1931.
Member: Boston Bar Association. International Diplomatic Academy, Paris. Clubs: Metropolitan, Washington, Cercle Interallie Paris.
Royal Yacht, Copenhagen.
Married Margaret Riche Adams (died 1919).; married second, Agnes Page-Brown, 1922.