J. Reuben Clark


Undersecretary of State



In 1910, he was appointed U.S. State Department Solicitor. In 1928, he was appointed Undersecretary of State. In 1930, he was appointed ambassador to Mexico. In 1933, he retired from public life and accepted the calling as counselor to Presidents Heber J. Grant. He later served as a counselor to President George Albert Smith and President David O. McKay.

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