Notable U.S. Ambassadors since 1775: A Biographical Dictionary

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NOTABLE U.S. AMBASSADORS SINCE 1775
A Biographical Dictionary

EDITED BY Cathal J. Nolan

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Madeleine Korbel Albright 1
  • John Allison 7
  • George Bancroft 13
  • Note 19
  • Charles Eustis Bohlen 20
  • Chester Bowles 29
  • William Christian Bullitt 36
  • Ralph J. Bunche 42
  • Ellsworth Bunker 48
  • James Bryant Conant 55
  • Francis Dana 62
  • Auguste Davezac 69
  • John William Davis 76
  • William E. Dodd 83
  • Edward R. Dudley 88
  • Hermann Frederick Eilts 94
  • Alexander Hill Everett 99
  • Benjamin Franklin 106
  • John Kenneth Galbraith 112
  • Marshall Green 117
  • Joseph Clark Grew 124
  • Raymond Arthur Hare 130
  • William Averell Harriman 137
  • Townsend Harris 144
  • Loy Wesley Henderson 149
  • Martin Joseph Hillenbrand 156
  • Stanley Kuhl Hornbeck 163
  • Edward Mandell House 171
  • Christopher Hughes 176
  • John Jay 183
  • Thomas Jefferson 189
  • Philip Caryl Jessup 195
  • Nelson Trusler Johnson 201
  • Robert Francis Kelley 205
  • George Frost Kennan 211
  • Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick 219
  • Sol M. Linowitz 227
  • Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. 234
  • Lincoln MacVeagh 241
  • John Jay McCloy 250
  • George Crews McGhee 257
  • Edwin Morgan 264
  • Richard William Murphy 270
  • Walter Hines Page 277
  • Thomas R. Pickering 284
  • Whitelaw Reid 292
  • Paul Samuel Reinsch 300
  • William Everett Schaufele, Jr. 307
  • William Joseph Sebald 314
  • Hugh Heyne Smythe and Mabel Murphy Smythe-Haith 319
  • Laurence Adolphe Steinhardt 325
  • Adlai E. Stevenson 331
  • William Healy Sullivan 338
  • Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr. 345
  • Terence A. Todman 352
  • Vernon Walters 360
  • Clifton Reginald Wharton, Sr. 365
  • Andrew Dickson White 370
  • Andrew Jackson Young, Jr. 377
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 385
  • Index 409
  • ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS 425
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