( 1850–1924), US politician and writer. He was a member of the US House of Representatives 1887–93 and the US Senate 1893–1924 as a Republican from Massachusetts. He opposed accepting the peace treaty that ended World War I and that was linked to the US entry into the League of Nations. He was the grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge ( 1902–85).
( 1902–85), US politician and diplomat; US representative to the United Nations 1953–60. He was a Republican vice presidential candidate in 1960 and served as ambassador to South Vietnam 1963–64, 1965–67. The grandson of Henry Cabot Lodge ( 1850–1924), he was also a US senator from Massachusets 1937–44, 1947–53.