Designed to present insiders' views of how consular activities work, this collection of oral history interviews with consular officers is an invaluable resource for diplomatic historians and political scientists. The interviews reveal the tasks these officials perform and how they view the substance of the consular function as part of the American role in international affairs both in the Department of State and at embassies abroad.
The Formulation and Administration of United States Foreign Policy H. Field Haviland; Robert E. Asher; Edward L. Katzenbach; Maynard B. Barnes; John Lindeman; Harrison Brown; Charlton Ogburn; Holbert N. Carroll; William Reitzel; Robert E. Elder; Burton M. Sapin; Charles A. H. Thomson.
Brookings Institution, 1960
The Holy Land Appropriated: The Careers of Selah Merrill, Nineteenth Century Christian Hebraist, Palestine Explorer, and U.S. Consul in Jerusalem Goldman, Shalom.
American Jewish History, Vol. 85, No. 2, June 1997