Glenn L. Emmons, originally of Atmore, Alabama, served as Commissioner of the Bureau of Indian Affairs beginning on August 10, 1953. Previously, he was a banker in Gallup beginning in 1929. He succeeded Dillon S. Myer.[1]

Glenn L. Emmons
Commissioner of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
In office
August 10, 1953 – 1961
Preceded byDillon S. Myer
Succeeded byPhilleo Nash

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ New York Times. "Indian Director Sworn In: Glenn L. Emmons Takes Office Succeeding Dillon S. Myer." August 11, 1953.