Carlisle H. Humelsine
Carlisle Hubbard Humelsine (1915–1989) graduated from the University of Maryland in 1937. During World War II, he reached the rank of full colonel at 29, earning the Distinguished Service Medal and the Bronze Star. Following the war, he spent six years at the State Department, serving four secretaries of state including Dean Acheson and John Foster Dulles. In 1958, he began a 27-year tenure as president, then chairman, of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Under his leadership, Williamsburg became one of America’s most popular historical attractions. Humelsine was chairman of the National Trust for Historic Preservation; and a trustee for the National Geographic Society, the National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian Institution.
| Assistant Secretary of State for Administration
August 11, 1950 – February 15, 1953
Edward T. Wailes
|Non-profit organization positions|
||Chairman, National Trust for Historic Preservation||Succeeded by|
|| President, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Inc.
| Chairman, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
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