Sam Edison Woods Edit Profile
B. Manual Arts, University of Valparaiso, 1913. Student of University of Wisconsin, 1914, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1917-1918. Bachelor of Science, Mississippi State Teachers College, 1920.
1 daughter, Katie Rose. Married second, Milada P. Vondracekova, December 1, 1923. Married 3d, Wilhelmina Busch, 1948.
Head of Mannual Arts Department, Mississippi State Teachers College, 1917-1919. Director extension work Grenada (Mississippi) Bank, 1920. Supervised and constructed playgrounds, Czechoslovak Government, 1921.
Supervisor of rehabilitation, Mississippi State Department Education, 1922-1928. Assistant trade commissioner, assigned to Prague, 1928-1934. Commercial attache, Prague, 1934-1937.
Commercial attache at large, Berlin, 1937-1939. Commercial attache, Berlin, 1939-1941. Interned by German Government and later exchanged with other diplomatic personnel.
Consul general, Zurich, Switzerland, 1942-1945, 1945-1946, Istanbul, Turkey, 1945. Consul general with personal rank of minister, Munich, Germany, 1947-1952, retired.
Pacifists should be honored because they do not allow us to become complacent about war and violence.
As human beings people are a part of a cruel and violent and unjust world that feels like it cannot be changed. By accepting forgiveness and liberation, God enables to resist evil and to live life that can make this world a better place.
Member Marine Aviation, Corps, 1918. Member American Economics Association, Academy Political Sciences, Mississippi Ednl. Association, American Legion.
Married Katie Rose Anderson, August 2, 1917 (died September 14, 1918).; married second, Milada P. Vondracekova, December 1, 1923.