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George Rublee

AKA George C. Rublee

Born: 7-Jul-1868
Birthplace: Madison, WI
Died: 26-Apr-1957
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Chase Cemetery, Cornish, NH

Gender: Male
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat, Attorney
Party Affiliation: Progressive

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Advisor to Woodrow Wilson

Legal adviser to Ambassador Dwight Morrow in Mexico (1927-29). Adviser to the nation of Colombia (1930-32).

Negotiated in the late 1930s to try to save German Jews, but resigned after it became clear that the Reich was bargaining in bad faith.

Father: Horace Rublee (d. Oct-1896)
Mother: Kate Hopkins
Sister: Katherine Rublee (b. 8-Oct-1858, d. 14-Jul-1876)
Brother: William Alvah Rublee (b. 16-Mar-1861, d. 15-Apr-1910)
Wife: Juliet Barrett (birth control activist, m. 12-Jan-1899, d. 1966)

    High School: Phillips Exeter Academy
    High School: Groton School (1886)
    University: AB, Harvard University (1890)
    Law School: LLB, Harvard Law School (1895)
    Teacher: Harvard Law School (1896)

    US State Department Advisory Committee on Problems of Foreign Relations (1940)
    Intergovernmental Committee on Political Refugees Coming from Germany Director (1938-39), resigned
    Foreign Bondholders Committee 1933
    US Council of National Defense Commercial Economy Board (1917)
    US Federal Trade Commission 1915-17
    US Chamber of Commerce Special Committee on Trust Legislation (1914-15)
    White House Speechwriter 1912-14
    US Steel
    International Committee of the Red Cross
    United Nations Association of the USA Emergency Campaign Committee
    District of Columbia Bar
    French Legion of Honor
    Risk Factors: Appendicitis

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