Sheldon Whitehouse Edit Profile
Student Eton College, England. Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1905.
Private secretary to Honorary Whitelaw Reid, ambassador to Great Britain, 1908. Secretary American Legation at Caracas, Venezuela, 1909-1911. 2d secretary American Embassy, Paris, France, 1911-1914.
Secretary American Legation, Athens, Greece, 1914-1916. 1st secretary American Embassy, Petrograd, 1916-1917. Counselor American Legation, Stockholm, Sweden, 1918.
Attached to American Peace Commission, Paris, 1919. Chief of near Eastern Division, Department State, 1920-1921. Counselor American Embassy, Paris, 1921-1928.
Counselor American Embassy, Madrid, 1928-1929. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Guatemala, 1929-1933, to Colombia, 1933-1934, United States delegate 6th International Conference on Weights and Measures, 1921.
Member Huguenot Society, S.R. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington).
Married Mary Alexander, of New York, October 14, 1920. Children: Charles Sheldon, George Bruen, Sylvia.