John Quinby Wood Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1890. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1900.
Professor mathematics, Oahu College, Honolulu, 1890-1893, 1895-1896. Practiced law, Honolulu, 1896-1899. Commissioner education, Hawaii, 1898-1899.
Spent 6 years in Europe studying and practicing international law. Practiced in New York and Boston, 1906-1908. Attached to consulate at Milan, Italy, 1908, vice consul, January 1-20, 1909, vice and deputy consul, 1909-1910.
Consul, Venice, January-August 1910, Tripoli, 1910-1913. Consul general at Adis Ababa, Abyssinia, 1913-1914. Negotiated new treaty between United States and Ethiopia, June 1914.
Consul at Chemnitz, Germany, 1914-1917, at Marseilles, France, May-November 1917, at St. Michaels, Azores Islands, 1917-1919, at Tiflis, Russia, 1919, at Havre, France, 1919. Head of consular mission, Coblentz, Germany, 1919-1920. Attached to American Common for Germany, 1920-1921.
Consul, Frankfort A.M., November 1921-May 1922. Assigned to Tampico (did not go). Assigned to Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1922, to Messina, Italy, 1928, to Strasbourg, Jsty, 1929.
Member Alpha Delta Phi (Weslevan).
Married Harriet Goddard, of Boston, July 11, 1901. 1 child, Manon Goddard.