Wayne Chatfield-Taylor

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Wayne Chatfield-Taylor (December 19, 1893 – November 22, 1967)[1] was Under Secretary of Commerce and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Franklin D. Roosevelt.[2][3]

Born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of author Hobart Chatfield-Taylor and grandson of Senator Charles B. Farwell, he was a graduate of St. Mark's School and of Yale University, Chatfield-Taylor was the president of the Export-Import Bank of Washington from 1945-46. Chatfield-Taylor built the noted Lake Forest, Illinois mansion "Bluff's Edge".

Later economic advisor to Paul G. Hoffman in setting up the European Cooperation Administration, Chatfield-Taylor was also economic advisor to the European Recovery Program after World War II.


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