Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University, 1928.
Publication secretary, also executive secretary Emergency Committee Strikers Relief of League Industrial Democracy, 1930-1934. Assistant editor United Features Syndicate, 1935. Washington correspondent Milwaukee Leader, also other papers, 1936-1937.
Member Washington staff Time Inc., 1937. Publicity director March of Time, 1937-1938. Director Childrens Crusade for Children, 1939-1940.
Assistant secretary New School Social Research, 1940-1941. Director labor and social relations division Office Inter-American Affairs, 1941-1946. Special correspondent in Europe for newspapers, 1946.
Editor, public John Herling's Labor Letter, 1950-1990. Syndicated columnist labor and general affairs. Lecturer abroad labor affairs for State Department, 1956, 60, 63, 65.
Member American Political Science Association, American History Society, Council Foreign Relations, Authors Guild, Industrial Relations Research Association (president Washington chapter 1955), White House and Congressional Corrs. Association, Sigma Delta Chi. Clubs: National Press (Washington), Overseas Writers (Washington), Federal City (Washington), Harvard (Washington).
Silurians (New York City).
Married Mary Fox, September 16, 1937 (deceased November 1978). 1 stepchild, David Fox Stolberg. Married Alice Dodge Wolfson, January 24, 1982.