McKee, Ruth Eleanor, 1903-

Historian and writer

Ruth Eleanor McKee, poet and novelist, worked as a historian for the War Relocation Authority (WRA) and an officer in the U.S. Foreign Service. She wrote three significant monographs while working as historian for the WRA: summaries and analyses after the fact. In 1951 she began working for the Department of State. In 1958 she was appointed United States Consul at Tokyo by President Eisenhower. She retired from the Foreign Service in 1963. (Source: Online Archive of California)

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  • War Relocation Authority (U.S.) -- Historian

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