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  1. John Sherman Cooper was born on August 23, 1901 in Somerset, Kentucky, USA. He is known for his work on Longines Chronoscope (1951). He was married to Lorraine Arnold Rowan and Evelyn Pfaff. He died on February 21, 1991 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

  2. John Sherman Cooper (1901–1991) Non-career appointee. State of Residence: Kentucky. Concurrent Appointments. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (India) Appointed: February 4, 1955. Presentation of Credentials: April 9, 1955. Termination of Mission: Left post on April 23, 1956.

  3. John Sherman Cooper, Self: Longines Chronoscope. John Sherman Cooper was born on August 23, 1901 in Somerset, Kentucky, USA. He was previously married to Lorraine Arnold Rowan and Evelyn Pfaff.

  4. 01/05/2004 · From the late 1940s through the 1970s, John Sherman Cooper, a quiet lawyer from Kentucky, ascended to become one of America's leading statesmen. Cooper's embodiment of the values of his rural upbringing, his understanding of people and their problems, and his openness and integrity were the qualities that Schulman believes, paradoxically won him success in dealing with the most powerful ...

  5. John Sherman Cooper (August 23, 1901 – February 21, 1991) was an American politician, jurist, and diplomat from the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He served three non-consecutive, partial terms in the United States Senate before being elected to two full terms in 1960 and 1966.

  6. John Sherman Cooper Oral History Project Project Summary John Sherman Cooper (1901--1991), born in Somerset, served as a United States senator (1947--1948, 1952--1955, and 1957--1973), ambassador to India and Nepal (1955--1956), and ambassador to East Germany (1974--1976).

  7. John Sherman Cooper, Self: Longines Chronoscope. John Sherman Cooper was born on August 23, 1901 in Somerset, Kentucky, USA. He is known for his work on Longines Chronoscope (1951).