James S. Carson
James Carson started his career as a college professor but eventually became a reporter with the San Francisco Chronicle then joined the Associated Press and established its first Latin American bureau. It was headquartered in Mexico City where he and his family lived for 11 years.
He also ran for State Senator of California at one point
After a successful career in the newspaper and reporting business, Carson used his international experience to become a success in business. He was one of the originators of World Trade Week in New York City and served as its chairman for many years.
- New York Times Obituary August 10, 1960
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