Food Administration, throughout World War I and the American Relief Administration 1919-21, later secretary National Research Council and trustee of Brookings Instn; Starr Murphy, who lists himself in Whos Who as the private counsel and consultant of John D. Rockefeller in his bevenolences; Wickliffe Rose, director of public health, Rockefeller Foundation 1913-23; president Peabody College 1892-02, agent Peabody Education Fund 1907-15, Rockefeller Sanitary Commission and Southern Educational Board 1909-15, International Health Board 1913-28, president General Education Board 1913-28, International Education Board 1923-28, director Red Cross and Atlantic Council; A. Barton Hepburn, Supt. Sec. War World War I, director of Rockefeller firm Colorado Fuel & Iron, scene of massacre of employees, Ludlow massacre; Owen D. Young, chairman General Electric, director RCA, American Foreign Power, General Motors, NBC, RKO, Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y., agent gen. for reparations funds 1919-24, chosen by Bernard Baruch; Winthrop Aldrich, Rockefeller family member, chairman Chase National Bank, director AT&T, International Paper, Metropolitan Life, Westinghouse, Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y., Rockefeller Center, served as Ambassador Great Britain 1953-57; Barry Bingham, editor Louisville Courier-Journal, served in Europe 1942-45, particular mission to France for ECA 1949-50; Chester Bowles, based advert company Benton & Bowles, served with OPA, WPB WWII, ambassador to India 1951-53, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, partner Sen.
Committee on Foreign Aid 1947, director Carnegie Foundation, Arco, Smith Corona, Continental Can, Grand Union, Mutual Life; Thomas I. Parkinson, adj Gen. U.S. 1919-20, president of the Carnegie Corp., president of Yale (his daughter is Mrs. William Rockefeller); he was a director of new York Life and NBC; Trevor Arnett, president of the International Board of Education; Harry Pratt Judson, president Univ. Rockefeller Institute Medical Analysis, Sloan Kettering Institute, received Order of British Empire; William H. Claflin, treas.
William Benton; Lloyd D. Brace, pres. 1943-49, Battle Labor Board, 1942-45, OPA and War Dept. 1942; Warren M. Shapleigh, pres. Berlin, married into Stillman family Guggenheim fellow, carried out Far Eastern policy for Rockefeller Foundation as head division of agriculture 1955-57; Dieter Bronk, pres. John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1926-28, Rockefeller Foundation 1929-49; Charles B. Fahs, OSS 1942-46, chief Far East Division of Dept. of State; Edmund E. Day, dean Wharton School of Finance U. Pa 1912-29, Guggenheim fellow, president 1933-39 Natl Bureau of Economic Research arrange by Rockefellers. On high of navigating repercussions from payments obstructing or outright banning crucial race principle in K-12 classrooms, educators at the moment are also going through harassment and violence, usually from within their very own faculty communities. Harvard; Ralph Bunche, educated at Harvard and London School of Economics, with British section OSS 1941-44, Dept. State 1944-47, Dumbarton Oaks 1944, UN at San Francisco with Alger Hiss 1945, UN London 1945, Und. 1948-52, a key member of the London Connection which operates the United States as a colony of the British Empire; he is a director of the Rhodes Trust, the Schroder Bank, visiting professor on the University of Chicago, chairman of Lloyds Bank, and presently chancellor of East Anglia University; Charles Evans Hughes, governor of recent York, presidential candidate who’s believed to have actually defeated Woodrow Wilson in 1916, later Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, appointed to that post by his good friend Herbert Hoover; James R. Angell, chmn National Research Council.
Berlin, Univ. of Strasburg, arrange Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research, member Royal Society of London, many medical societies; Douglas Freeman, editor Richmond News Leader, director Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Equitable Life; Herbert S. Gasser, organized Chemical Warfare Service 1918, fellow Royal Society, London and Edinburgh; Frederick T. Gates, lists himself as business and benevolent consultant John D. Rockefeller 1893-1912; Walter S. Gifford, organized U.S. Life, Sears, Woolworth, Studebaker, Texas Co.; Julius Rosenwald, set up Rosenwald Foundation to carry on Peabody fund agitation within the South, total involvement; he additionally gave $700,000 to Rockefellers University of Chicago, was trustee Baron de Hirsch Fund, Zionist settlement program; Martin A. Ryerson, president board of trustees University of Chicago, trustee Carnegie Institution; Karl T. Compton, assigned to American Embassy Paris 1918, he was chmn U.S. The Secretaries of the Rockefeller Foundation are: Jerome D. Greene, who was secretary to the president of Harvard 1901-05, and on the board of Harvard Overseers 1911-1950, secretary of the Reparations Commission beneath Bernard Baruch on the Paris Peace Conference 1919, basic supervisor of the Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research 191-1939, director of Brookings Institution, 1928-1945, and chairman of the infamous Rockefeller financed Institute of Pacific Relations, of which Laurence Rockefeller was secretary, and which had shut relations with the Soviet spy Richard Sorge in Japan; Edwin R. Embree, who set up the Julius Rosenwald Foundation in 1917 for the wellbeing of mankind, seven of whose trustees had been recognized as members of Communist front organizations.