Jordan Herbert Stabler Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins, 1907. Studied University Maryland, Sorbonne (Paris) and College de France.
Private secretary to American minister at Brussels, Belgium, 1909. Secretary American Legation, Quito, Ecuador, 1909-1911, charge d’affaires, Guatemala, 1911-1912, secretary of legation, Stockholm, Sweden, 1912-1913. Assistant to chief Division Latin-American Affairs, Department of State, 1913-1914.
2d secretary of embassy, London, 1914-1916. Acting chief, 1916-1917, chief of Division Latin-American Affairs, 1917-1919. Adviser to American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918.
Vice president All America Cables, Inc., 1919-1922. Secretary general, with rank of Member of Parliament, Conference on Central American Affairs, 1922-1923. Secretary general Plebiscitary Commission, Tacna-Arica Arbitration, 1925-1926.
Chief of Division Latin American Affairs, Department State, 1926-1927. Representative of Venezuela Gulf Oil Corporation, Caracas, Venezuela, since 1927. Traveled to Ecuadorean headwaters of the Amazon, 1910, in Tunisia, 1912, Haiti, 1913, Ecuador, 1924, Venezuela and Colombia, 1928.
Fellow Royal Geography Society (London).
Married Elizabeth Huidekooper Wells, June 5, 1915. Children: Warwick Brooke, Wells.