Louis B. Wehle Papers, 1877-1958 | Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum
Primary Creator: Wehle, Louis B. (1877-1958)
Extent: 25.0 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: This is a one series collection. Please see the Scope Note for a complete description.
Louis B. Wehle was a member of the legal committee of the General Munitions Board, and of the legal committee of the Council of National Defense (May-August, 1917), Counsel of the U.S. Shipping. Board Emergency Fleet Corporation (August, 1917-March, 1919), and Counsel for the War Finance Corporation (March 1919 - November, 1920).
In 1936, he was appointed a member of the President's White House Conference on Power Pooling, and in 1937, was a member of the American Commission at the International Congress of Comparative Law at the Hague.
In 1944 and 1945, he served as American Ambassador to The Netherlands.
Access Restrictions: None
Use Restrictions: Material which might be used to harass, embarrass or injure living persons has been closed. Mrs. Wehle’s copyright interests in these papers have been donated to the United States Government.
Acquisition Method: The papers were donated to the Library by Mrs. Louis B. Wehle. Mrs. Wehle’s copyright interests in these papers have been donated to the United States Government.
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