Richard Washburn Child (5 August 188131 January 1935) was an American No-Maj author and diplomat.[1]

He had been appointed as the U.S. ambassador to Italy by 1926.[2][3] On 6 December of that year, he spoke at the plenary session of the Near East Peace Conference, explaining that the U.S. was "much interested" in observing settlement of the Near East, but was not authorised to join committees, sign reports, or vote on decisions.[2][3]

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