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Brunoniana

From Martha Mitchell’s Encyclopedia Brunoniana:

Ambassadors and ministers

Ambassadors and ministers to foreign countries have included Brown men since the early nineteenth century, among them: Jonathan Russell 1791, ambassador to Sweden and Norway; Henry Wheaton 1802, minister to Prussia; Christopher Robinson 1825, minister to Peru; George Van Ness Lothrop 1838, minister to Russia; Lewis Richmond 1842, minister to Portugal; Samuel Sullivan Cox 1846, minister to Turkey; James Burrill Angell 1849, minister to China and Turkey; John Hay 1858, ambassador to Great Britain; John Meredith Read 1858, minister to Greece; Frederick M. Sackett 1890, ambassador to Germany; Leland Howard Littlefield 1892, ambassador to Great Britain; Noble B. Judah ’04, ambassador to Cuba; Ely E. Palmer ’08, ambassador to Afghanistan; Roy Tasco Davis ’10, minister to Guatemala and Costa Rica, and Panama; Warren Randolph Burgess ’12, ambassador to NATO; Dana Gardner Munro ’12, minister to Haiti; Willard L. Beaulac ’20, ambassador to Paraguay, Columbia, Cuba, Chile, and Argentina; John J. Muccio ’21, ambassador to Korea, Iceland, and Guatemala; Will Mercer Cook A.M.’31, ambassador to Niger and Senegal; Clinton E. Knox A.M.’31, ambassador to Dahomey; Thomas J. Watson, Jr. ’37, ambassador to the U.S.S.R.; Taylor G. Belcher ’41, ambassador to Cyprus; William H. Sullivan ’43, ambassador to Laos; and Nathaniel Davis ’46, ambassador to Guatemala.

The above entry appears in Encyclopedia Brunoniana by Martha Mitchell, copyright 1993 by the Brown University Library. It is used here by permission of the author and the University and may not be copied or further distributed without permission.


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