E. Spencer Pratt
Edward Spencer Pratt, known as E. Spencer Pratt, (March 22, 1856 – April 30, 1925) was an American diplomat. He was born several miles outside of Mobile, Alabama, the son of William Henry Pratt. He was educated in Europe and received a doctorate in medicine. He graduated from Columbia University in 1876. He served as Minister Resident and Consul General to Persia from 1886–1891. He served as Consul General to Singapore from 1893–1899.
- Edward Spencer Pratt passport application
- Le Gaulois, May 2, 1925
- Execution of Last Will and Testament of Edward Spencer Pratt
- National Republican, July 29, 1886
- Full text of Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America Retrieved 22-01-2017.
- Columbia Daily Spectator, December 1, 1896
- State Department: E. Spencer Pratt
- The Roanoke Times, Aug. 26, 1893
- The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Jan. 17, 1899
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