Roland Sletor Morris

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Roland Sletor Morris (March 11, 1874 – November 23, 1945)[1] was a U.S. diplomat and politician. He was the American ambassador to Japan from 1917 to 1920. In 1934, he lost the Pennsylvania Democratic U.S. Senate primary to Joseph Guffey, who was subsequently elected.[2]

He was one of the founding partners of the law firm of Duane Morris, in Philadelphia.[3]


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Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
George Guthrie
U.S. Ambassador to Japan
Succeeded by
Charles B. Warren