John Moors Cabot papers, 1909-1981

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28.80 cubic ft.

John Moors Cabot (1901-1981) joined the United States Foreign Service and eventually served as an ambassador to Sweden, Columbia, Brazil, and Poland, among other prominent diplomatic appointments in Peru, the Dominican Republic, the Netherlands, Mexico, China, Guatemala, Yugoslavia, and Argentina. In 1956, Cabot received an honorary doctorate degree from Tufts University and spoke at the commencement ceremony. He retired from government service in 1966 and began lecturing at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, as well as the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Cabot died in February 1981

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