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Thomas C. Mann

AKA Thomas Clifton Mann

Born: 11-Nov-1912
Birthplace: Laredo, TX
Died: 23-Jan-1999
Location of death: Austin, TX
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Baptist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Mexico, 1961-63

Father: Thomas C. Mann (attorney)
Mother: Ida May Moore Mann
Wife: Nancy Milling Aynesworth (m. 1933)

    Law School: BA & LLB, Baylor University (1934)
    Scholar: School of Advanced International Studies (1966-67)

    Automobile Manufacturers Association President (1967-71)
    US Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs (1965-66)
    US Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs (1964-65)
    US Ambassador to Mexico (1961-63)
    US Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs (1960-61)
    US State Department Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs (1957-60)
    US Ambassador to El Salvador (1955-57)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Guatemala (1954-55)
    US State Department Counselor, Athens, Greece (1953-54)
    US State Department Deputy Asst. Secy. for Middle American Affairs (1949-53)
    US State Department Second Secretary, Caracas, Venezuela (1947-49)
    US State Department Chief, Division of River Plate Affairs (1946-47)
    US State Department Asst. Chief, Division of Economic Security Controls (1945-46)
    US State Department Asst. Chief, Division of World Trade Intelligence (1944-45)
    US State Department Special Assistant, Montevideo, Uruguay (1942-43)
    State Bar of Texas
    US Supreme Court Bar

Appears on the cover of:
Time Magazine, 31-Jan-1964, DETAILS: The U.S. & Latin America: State Department's Thomas Mann, BYLINE: Robert Vickrey

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