Louisiana Grange College, Louisiana Grange, Missouri, A. B., 1908. Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. Bachelor of Philosophy, 1910.
Special Course in Commerce, 1911.
Statistician Missouri Bureau Census and Labor, 1911. Clerk to commission that built Missouri State Capitol, 1912, 13. Secretary, also business manager Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri, 1914-1921, assistant to president, also director public relations, 1933-1937.
Minister to Guatemala, 1921-1922, Republic of Costa Rica, 1922-1929, Republic of Panama, 1930-1933. Chairman Honduran-Guatemalan Boundary Commission, 1928. Mediator Panamanian revolution, 1931.
Delegate of the United States government to North American Radio Conference, Mexico City, 1933. President National Park College (formerly National Park Seminary), Forest Glen, Maryland., 1937-1942, when college was taken over by Government for a hospital under war emergency act. Special field representative in Latin American for Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1942-1943.
Director Inter-American Schools Service of the American Council on Education, 1943-1953. Chairman commission making educational survey of Bolivia, 1943. United States ambassador, Haiti, 1953-1957, retired Director Latin-American Orientation Program, Department State, 1959.
Member Maryland. Senate, 1946-1950. Member Maryland. Advisory Council for Higher Education, 1964. Clubs: Union (Panama).
Married Loyce Enloe, August 16, 1913. Children: Roy T., Mercedes.