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American Trade Commissioner

William Telfair DAUCHERTY, American Trade Commissioner. Member of Chamber of Commerce; League of Women Voters; Republican Women's Association Clubs: Yacht (Riverside), Woman’s, Town Hall (New York.


DAUCHERTY, William Telfair was born on October 14, 1890 in Lafayette, Indiana, United States. Son of Charles M. and Susan (Peyton) Telfair Daugherty.


Hammersmith, London (Higher Preparatory). Caen, Calvados, France (Higher Preparatory). University, Michigan, 1913.


Journalist, 1913-1917, Washington, D. C., Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio. Military activities: G 2-A Battle Line Intelligence, 1918-1919. Divisional Headquarters, 79 United States Division Infantry.

Assigned to 3 Army Intelligence School, Langres, France, 1918-1919. Assigned to the United States Military Common for Repatriation of Prisoners of War, Berlin, Germany, 1919. Discharged, Camp Dix, October 1919.

Appointed Foreign Service United States Department of Commerce, bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce, 1920 as Trade Commissioner attached to the United States Embassy, Berlin, Ger.


Member of Chamber of Commerce. League of Women Voters. Republican Women's Association Clubs: Yacht (Riverside), Woman’s, Town Hall (New York.


Spouse Marika Q. Sterrett, December 27, 1920, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.