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For the American football coach, see Joseph A. Short.
Short with President Truman in Key West
|6th White House Press Secretary|
December 5, 1950 – September 18, 1952
|Preceded by||Stephen Early (Acting)|
|Succeeded by||Roger Tubby|
|Born||Charles Griffith Ross
February 11, 1904
Vicksburg, Mississippi, U.S.
|Died||September 18, 1952
Washington, D.C., U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Beth Campbell (1937–1952)|
|Education||Virginia Military Institute (BA)|
- 1904 (February 11) Born, Vicksburg, Mississippi
- 1925 A.B., Virginia Military Institute
- 1925-1929 Reporter in Vicksburg and Jackson, Mississippi, and New Orleans, Louisiana
- 1929-1931 Correspondent for the Associated Press, Richmond, Virginia Bureau
- 1931-1941 Correspondent for the Associated Press, Washington, D.C. Bureau
- 1937 (December 27) Married Beth Campbell
- 1941-1943 Correspondent for the Chicago Sun, Washington, D.C.
- 1943-1950 Correspondent for the Baltimore Sun, Washington, D.C.
- 1950-1952 Press Secretary to the President
- 1952 (September 18) Died, Washington, D.C
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