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Rafael de la Colina

diplomat

Rafael de la Colina, American diplomat. Decorated Order of Merit Chile; Order Honneur et Merite Haiti; Order of Merit Juan Pablo Duarte Dominican Republic; Order Vasco Nunez de Balboa Panama; Order Rising Sun Japan; Order San Carlos Colombia; Order Libertador Venezuela; Order of Sun Peru; Order Civic Merit Belisario Dominguez Mexican Senate, 1974.

Background

Colina, Rafael de la was born on September 20, 1898 in Tulancingo, Hidalgo, Mexico. Son of Manuel and Maria (Riquelme) de la Colina.

Education

Master of Arts, National University Mexico, 1918. Postgraduate, Foreign Service Academy, Mexico, 1918.

Career

Officer, foreign service of Mexico, 1918. >n. Ruth Rosecrans; children—Ruth (Mrs. Francis W. Silk), Rafael.

Chief, administrative section, consular department, Mexico City, 1923-1924. Consul in Boston, 1924-1925, New Orleans, 1925-1928, Laredo, Tex., 1928-1930, Los Angeles, California, 1930-1932. Chief, consular department, Mexico City, 1932-1933.

Chief, bureau of licenses, federal district, 1933. Consul general in San Antonio, Tex., 1934-1935, New York City, 1936-1943. Minister counselor. Mexican embassy, Washington, District of Columbia, 1943-1944, Electrical Engineer and.

Assistant general secretary, Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, Mexico City, 1945. Bachelor of Arts and M. Sc., University Nacional de México, 1916. Career; Francis W. Silk), Rafael.

In Mexican consulate, Philadelphia. United States of America, 1918-1922. Vice-consul, Mo., 1922, Eagle Pass, Tex., 1922-1923.

;;;;; M.P., since 1944. Mexican delegate, Inter-American Economic and Financial Committee, Washington, 1943, United Nations Interim Commission on Food and Agriculture, Washington, 1943, United Nations Conference on Relief and Rehabilitation, Atlantic City, 1943, and Montreal, 1944.; ; clubs in New York City, Lawyers, Rockefeller Center Luncheon Club, in Washington, Metropolitan, University.

Contributor to reviews in Mexico and United States of America.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author books on international law. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member subcom. of experts, problems of foreign investments, Economic, Financial and Transit Dept, of the League of Nations, Princeton, 1943, and Ottawa, 1944. Member Society Mexicana de Historia, American Society of International Law, Foreign Press Association.

Connections

Married Ruth Rosecrans, 1920 (deceased 1929). Children: Ruth (Mistress Francis W. Silk), Rafael. Married Amanda Steinmeyer, 1944.

father:
Manuel Colina

mother:
Maria (Riquelme) Colina

spouse:
Ruth Rosecrans

spouse:
Amanda Steinmeyer

child:
Ruth Colina (Mistress Francis W. Silk)

child:
Rafael Colina