August 1973
New Yorker;8/13/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 25, p22
The article comments on the appointment of the Honorable John A. Ford to the position of consuls-general for Great Britain in New York in September 1971. He became third secretary of the British Embassy in Budapest, Hungary and was appointed consul in San Francisco, California from 1954 to 1956. He was also the first director-general of British Trade Development in the United States.


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