Barbara Reid <I>Skinner</I> Mandellaub

Barbara Reid Skinner Mandellaub

Birth
Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, California, USA
Death 30 Apr 1953 (aged 45)
Frankfurt am Main, Stadtkreis Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany
Burial Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID 178275930 · View Source
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Barbara Reid Skinner Gilmore Mandellaub,
b. 19 Nov 1907 in California, d. 30 Apr 1953 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany

Parents:
Dr. Macy Millmore Skinner, b. 10 Dec 1871 in Boston, d. 9 Feb 1964 in Ohio, married 19 Sep 1903 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts [parents: John Skinner, M.D. ’56, and Jeanie Reid Terwilliger]

Marion Weymouth Junkins, b. Jul. 23, 1880, Lawrence, Essex Co., Massachusetts, d. Apr., 1966, Tiburon, Marin Co., California


Spouses:
1st: Edwin 'Eddy' Lanier King Gilmore, b.28 May 1907 in Selma, Alabama, d. ? , Married: 23 Nov 1927, divorced before 1938 (when he remarried)


2nd: Max M. Mandellaub, b. 7 Jun 1911 in Heilbronn, Germany, d. 16 Nov 1967 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
Married: 21 Nov 1945 in District of Columbia,
[parents: Simon Mandellaub, b. 18 Jan 1884, Kolomea, Poland, & Adele Gruenstein, b. 10 Aug 1893, Kolomea, Poland, both died in Nazi gas chambers]

Barbara graduated from Carnegie Tech. (1927, 1928?). She resided in Alexandria, Virginia about 1935.

Barbara Skinner was the private secretary to Lowell Mellet when he was administrative assistant to President Roosevelt. With her husband Max Mandellaub, a State Department employee, she went to Germany where she was Chief of Archives and later acting secretary general to the United States military tribunals in Nuremberg. In 1950 she was appointed special representative to the United States High Commissioner for Germany, John J. McCloy.

She has been chief of the Nuremberg Trials Court Archives from 21 February 1947 to 15 November 1949 [Source]. She married Max Mandellaub, who was also listed in the Nuremberg Military Tribunals’ Personnel in January 1948 :
– Barbara S. Mandellaub, Civilian: Thumenbergerweg 60
– Max Mandellaub, Civilian: Thumenbergerweg 60


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The New York Times, 30 Apr 1953


MRS. MAX M. MANDELLAUB
WASHINGTON. April 30 (AP) — Mrs. Barbara Skinner Mandellaub, private secretary to Lowell Mellet when he was administrative assistant to President Roosevelt, died Monday in Frankfurt, Germany, where her husband, Max Mandellaub, is a legal and economic counsel.
Mrs. Mandellaub was a sister of Carlton Skinner, former Washington newspaper man who resigned recently as first civilian Governor of Guam. Whith her husband, a State Department employee, she went to Germany where she was Chief of Archives and later acting secretary general to the United States military tribunals in Nuremberg. In 1950 she was appointed special representative to the United States High Commissioner for Germany, John J. McCloy.
Surviving also are her mother, Mrs. Marian W. S. Beach; her father, Dr. Macy M. Skinner, and another brother.



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  • Created by: Jean Colson
  • Added: 10 Apr 2017
  • Find A Grave Memorial 178275930
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Barbara Reid Skinner Mandellaub (19 Nov 1907–30 Apr 1953), Find A Grave Memorial no. 178275930, citing Bellevue Cemetery, Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Jean Colson (contributor 47187337) .