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John Stephens Graham

John Stephens Graham (1905-1976) was a Washington, D.C. attorney and political appointee.

He was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, son of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company executive Joseph L. Graham and Margaret Nowell Graham. He was the younger brother of Katherine G. Howard. Graham graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and attended Harvard Law School before graduating from University of Virginia School of Law with close friend Frank Wisner. He married Elizabeth Foster Breckinridge (1901-2005), daughter of Henry S. Breckinridge and member of the prominent Breckinridge family. He was a cousin of Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell.

Graham served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. He served as Commissioner of Internal Revenue from 1952-53. He was a Commissioner of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission a delegate to the International Atomic Energy Agency until 1962.



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