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Luis Felipe Carbo Edit Profile

diplomat , journalist

Luis Carbo was an Ecuadorean journalist and politician. Ecuadorean diplomat. awarded medal at Buffalo Expn. member Ecuadorian senate, minister of interior public instruction; Member American Academy Political and Social Science, National Geography Society Honorary; member Metropolitan.

Background

Carbo, Luis Felipe was born on August 16, 1858 in Guayaquill, Ecuador. Son of Jose Maria and Estebana (Amador) Carbo.

Education

Educated St. Vincent Christian Brothers School. Bachelor of Arts, 1875. Doctor of Philosophy., 1879.

Career

Alderman, 1877-1879, collector customs, 1879-1882, Guayaquill. He was well versed in political affairs and held important and prominent public office as Minister foreign affairs, 1882 during the supreme command of General Ignacio de Veintemilla, and Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs and Minister of the Interior, of Education and Chairman of the Council of Ministers for the supreme command of General Eloy Alfaro. Engaged in journalism.

Minister to Mexico, 1895. Minister of foreign affairs and acting president of Ecuador, 1895-1896. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States, 1896-1903.

Special minister to Colombia, 1899. Member Ecuadorian senate, minister of interior public instruction. Minister to Belgium, 1905-1906.

Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States, since May 26, 1906. Now also minister of justice and foreign affairs of Ecuador. Delaware 5th Universal Postal Congress, Washington.

Delegate Pan-American Conference, Mexico. Commissioner Buffalo Exposition.

Achievements

  • Author: El Ecuador en Chicago (awarded medal at Buffalo Exposition), 1893

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: El Ecuador en Chicago (awarded medal at Buffalo Exposition), 1893. Amor de Patria (poems), 1901.

Views

Realism

Membership

Member Ecuadorian senate, minister of interior public instruction. Member American Academy Political and Social Science, National Geography Society Honorary. Member Metropolitan.

Interests

  • Sport & Clubs

    Football

  • Other Interests

    Theatre, Literature

  • Music & Bands

    Classical

Connections

Married Matilde Noboa, of Guayaquill, October 6, 1879.

father:
Mr. Luis Felipe Carbo and Amador - Ecuador

mother:
Ms. Matilde and Carbo Noboa - Ecuador

spouse:
Jose Maria Carbo