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Dulles, John Watson Foster, 1913-2008


  • [John Watson Foster Dulles (b. May 20, 1913, Auburn, New York-d. June 23, 2008, San Antonio, Texas) was the elder son of John Foster Dulles, first Secretary of State under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Janet Avery Dulles. He married Eleanor Foster Ritter on June 15, 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He had a long career as a professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and at the University of Arizona.]

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    • Dulles, John W. F., 1913-2008
    • Dulles, Jack, 1913-2008
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      • found: His Yesterday in Mexico, 1961.
      • found: His Brazilian communism, 1935-1945, c1983:CIP t.p. (John W.F. Dulles) pub. info. (John Watson Foster Dulles)
      • found: Washington post, June 28, 2008, via WWW, June 30, 2008:p. B06 (John Foster Dulles; John Watson Foster Dulles; d. June 23 [2008], San Antonio, at 95; prof. of Lat. Am. studies at Univ. of Tex.; eldest son of former secy. of state [John Foster Dulles, 1888-1959]; father of John F. Dulles II, of Denver)
      • found: Eleanor Lansing Dulles papers ... photographs, Eisenhower Library, 1866-1976:(includes photographs of John Watson Foster Dulles)
      • found: University of Texas Austin WWW site, viewed Oct. 28, 2014:Faculty memorials ... John W. F. Dulles (received his first teaching appointment at The University of Texas at 49 years old, after finishing a successful career in business; between 1966 and 1991, he even held two faculty jobs, teaching in the fall at Texas and the spring at the University of Arizona; born the eldest child of the future Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Janet Pomeroy Avery in 1913. He earned his B.A. degree at Princeton University and then his M.B.A. from Harvard University two years later. He worked in banking and mining before attaining a B.S. degree in metallurgical engineering at the University of Arizona; To everyone he met, he introduced himself unpretentiously as Jack Dulles; found jobs in mining companies in Arizona, Mexico, and Brazil; wife of 68 years, Eleanor (C.C.) Ritter Dulles, who had taught music and Sunday school, passed away just three days before Professor Dulles) - http://www.utexas.edu/faculty/council/2008-2009/memorials/dulles.html
      • found: John Watson Foster Dulles at Blogspot.com via Google search, Oct. 28, 2014(died at North Central Baptist Hospital, San Antonio, Monday, June 23, 2008; born in Auburn, New York, in 1913; June 15, 1940, married Eleanor Foster Ritter of Philadelphia; professor Dulles was the first born son of former Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Janet Pomeroy Avery) - http://jwfdulles.blogspot.com/2008/06/john-wf-dulles-latin-american-studies.html
      • found: Findagrave.com, Oct. 28, 2014(John Watson Foster Dulles; b. May 1913; d. June 23, 2008; noted Brazilian history scholar and the eldest son of the former secretary of state; burial: Sunset Memorial Park, San Antonio, Texas)
      • found: OCLC, Oct. 31, 2014(hdgs.: Dulles, John W. F.; Dulles, John W. F. (John Watson); Dulles, John W., 1913-; Dulles, John Watson Foster; Dulles, John Watson Foster, 1913-; Dulles, John Watson Foster, 1913-2008; usage: John W. F. Dulles)
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      • [John Watson Foster Dulles (b. May 20, 1913, Auburn, New York-d. June 23, 2008, San Antonio, Texas) was the elder son of John Foster Dulles, first Secretary of State under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Janet Avery Dulles. He married Eleanor Foster Ritter on June 15, 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He had a long career as a professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and at the University of Arizona.]
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