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Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. (Edward Reilly), 1900-1949

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Personal name headingStettinius, Edward R., Jr. (Edward Reilly), 1900-1949
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Variant(s)Stettinius, Edward Reilly, 1900-1949
Stettinius, Ėdvard, 1900-1949
Birth date19001022
Death date19491031
Place of birthChicago (Ill.)
Place of deathGreenwich (Conn.)
AffiliationGeneral Motors Corporation
United States Steel Corporation
United States. War Resources Board
United States. Office of Production Management
United States. Department of State
United Nations
University of Virginia
Found inAuthor's The selection and development of executives ... 1937.
NUCMC data from LOC, Mss. Div. for Rosenwald, L.J. Papers, 1819-1980 (Edward R. Stettinius)
WwWA, 1943-50 (Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.; 1900-1949; former Sec. State; s. Edward R. & Judith (Carrington) S.; m. Virginia Gordon Wallace; exec. U.S. Steel; chmn. War Resources Board, Lend Lease Admin.; Sec. State, 1944-45; US rep. to UN; mem. Roosevelt Party at Yalta Big 3 Mtg.; rector. Univ. Va.; res.: Culpepper, Va.)
Zagadki lenz-liza, 2000: p. [5] (Ėdvarda Stettiniusa)
United Nations will write charter for world organization, 1945: cover (Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Secretary of State)
The diaries of Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., 1943-1946, 1975
Miller Center, University of Virginia, via WWW, December 2, 2013 (American President: A Reference Resource; Edward R. Stettinius Jr. (1944-1945): Secretary of State; Edward Reilly Stettinius Jr. was born October 22, 1900 in Chicago, Illinois; he attended the University of Virginia from 1919 to 1924 but never graduated; Stettinius began his career as a laborer at General Motors but by 1931 had become vice president in charge of industrial and public relations; he left GM to serve as chairman of the board for U.S. Steel (1938) before Roosevelt appointed him chairman of the War Resources Board in 1939; Stettinius also served as director of priorities in the Office of Production Management (1941), head of the Lend-Lease program with Great Britain (1942), and undersecretary of state (1943-1944); he then served as secretary of state from 1944 to 1945; after Roosevelt's death, Stettinius was replaced by Senator James Byrnes and appointed U.S. representative to the United Nations (1945-1946) by President Truman; after resigning from government, Stettinius became elector rector of the University of Virginia (1946-1949); he died on October 31, 1949 in Greenwich, Connecticut)
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