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Raymond A. Hare

AKA Raymond Arthur Hare

Born: 3-Apr-1901
Birthplace: Martinsburg, WV [1]
Died: 9-Feb-1994
Location of death: Washington, DC
Cause of death: Pneumonia

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Mideast Ambassador


[1] Raised in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

Wife: (m.)
Son: Paul Julian Hare (diplomat, b. 1937, US Ambassador to Zambia in 1985-88)

    University: BA, Grinnell College (1924)
    Teacher: Robert College, Constantinople (1924-27)
    Scholar: Arabic, L'Ecole des Langues Orientales Vivantes, Paris, France (1929-31)

    Middle East Institute President (1966-69)
    US Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs (1965-66)
    US Ambassador to Turkey (1961-65)
    US Ambassador to Yemen (1959)
    US Ambassador to Egypt United Arab Republic (1956-59)
    US State Department Director General of the Foreign Service (1954-56)
    US Ambassador to Lebanon (1953-54)
    US Ambassador to Yemen (1951-53)
    US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1950-53)
    US State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Near East, South Asian & African Affairs (1949-50)
    US State Department Deputy Director, Office of Near East and African Affairs (1948-49)
    US State Department Chief, Division of South Asian Affairs (1947-48)
    US State Department detailed to National War College (1946-47)
    US State Department First Secretary-Consul, London (1944-46)
    US State Department Second Secretary, Cairo (1939-44; also at Jidda 1940-44)
    US State Department Third Secretary-Vice Consul, Tehran (1933-39; Consul after 1935)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Beirut (1932-33)
    US State Department Vice Consul and Language Officer, Paris (1931-32)
    US State Department Secretary of the Diplomatic Service and Vice Consul, Cairo (1931)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Constantinople (1927-29)
    US State Department American Chamber of Commerce for the Levant (1926-27)
    Phi Beta Kappa Society


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