Sidney De La Rue Edit Profile
Special work University of Pennsylvania, 1907-1909.
With bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department, United States Military Government of Dominican Republic, as special agent, accountant, supply and purchasing officer, supervising accountant and acting director Dominican Department of Posts, Telegraph, etc., headquarters, Trujillo, 1918-1920. Auditor of Liberia, headquarters, Monrovia, 1921-1922, general receiver and financial adviser of Liberia, 1922-1924, 1924-1928. Counsellor to Minister of Finance, Turkey, headquarters, Istanbul, 1924.
Financial adviser and general receiver of Haiti, 1929-1941. President Haitian National Bank of Issue, 1935-1941. Consultant on Caribbean, War Shipping Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, March-August, 1942.
Consultant to the United States section, Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, August-September 1942. Chief, Caribbean Office, 1942-1944. Special assistant, Office of Lend-Lease Administration, 1943-1944, mission to London United States-British Caribbean policy, 1942.
Consultant and special assistant United States section, Caribbean Commission, Department of State, Washington, 1944-1946, adviser, Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, 1948, consultant T.C.A. Near East and African Development Programs, 1951-1953. Chairman advising committee United States Civil Service Commission, 1953-1954, consultant on territorial allowances, 1954-1957. Deputy director Economics and Financial Mission Republic of Peru, 1949-1950.
Former senior vice president Stettinius, Associations, Inc., Liberia Company, Washington.
Fellow Geographic Socity of New New York. Club: Metropolitan of Washington, District of Columbia.
Married Mary Sasse, 1928.