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LIST 



[PUBLIC 



JANUARY 1, 1947 



FOREIGN 

SERVICE 

LIST 

tIANlJAKY 1,, 1947 




NOTE: To avoid delay and insure prompt 
attention, correspondence upon consular 
business should be addressed, for example, 
to— 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 



UL S. SOPtmriTENDENT Of D0CUMEH1S 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
Publication 2797 



Please report to the Division of 
Publications of the Department any 
omission or error found in this List 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1947 



PUBLISHED QUARTERLY WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE BUREAU OF THE BUDGET 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 
Price 25 cents. Subscription price $1.00 a year; $1.25 foreign 



CONTENTS 

Page 

EXPLANATORY NOTE vi 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS vi 

POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 1 

Countries: 

Afghanistan^ 1 

Argentina 1 

Australia 2 

Austria 3 

Belgium and Possessions 3 

Bolivia 4 

Brazil 5 

Bulgaria 6 

Canada ^ 7 

Chile 9 

China . 9 

Colombia 12 

Costa Rica 13 

Cuba 14 

Czechoslovakia 15 

Denmark 15 

Dominican Republic 16 

Ecuador 16 

Egypt 17 

El Salvador 18 

Estonia 18 

Ethiopia 18 

Finland 19 

France and Possessions 19 

Germany 22 

Great Britain and Northern Ireland 24 

Greece 29 

Guatemala 29 

Haiti 30 

Honduras 30 

Hungary 31 

Iceland 31 

India 31 

Iran 32 

Iraq 33 

Ireland 33 

Italy 34 

Japan 35 

Korea 35 

Latvia 36 

Lebanon 36 



IV CONTENTS 

POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT— Con. 

Countries — Con. Page 

Liberia 36 

Liechtenstein ._ 36 

Lithuania 36 

Luxembourg 37 

Mexico 37 

Morocco 39 

Netherlands and Possessions 39 

New Zealand 41 

Nicaragua 41 

Norway 42 

Palestine and Trans-Jordan 42 

Panama 42 

Paraguay 43 

Peru 1 43 

Philippines, Republic of the 44 

Poland 45 

Portugal and Possessions 45 

Rumania 46 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of 47 

Siam 47 

Spain 47 

Sweden 49 

Switzerland -, 49 

Syria 51 

Turkey ^1 

Union of South Africa 52 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 53 

Uruguay 54 

Venezuela 54 

Yemen 55 

Yugoslavia 55 

Personnel Assigned to the Department ,- 56 

Personnel on Special and Temporary Detail 58 

Personnel on Detail as Inspectors 58 

Personnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Being Reestablished 59 

Special Offices 59 

CONSULAR DISTRICTS 61 

Description of Consular Districts 61 

Allocation of Provinces, States, etc., to Consular Districts 73 

TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 97 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS . 103 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS.... 138 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS 144 

RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE ,--- 155 

INDEX OF PERSONS 159 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX. 



173 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 

The listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank. The 
relative rank of officers of the three categories of Foreign Service personnel will be 
determined by Foreign Service Regulations. 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

-Foreign Service officer 

-Foreign Service Reserve officer 

-Foreign Service Staff officer 

-Junior 

-Legation 

-Mission 

-Office of military attach^ 

-Office of naval attach^ 

-Senior 

-Vice consulate 

t indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service 
of the officer at the post. For this information the officer's biography in the 
Register of the Department of State should be consulted. 

§ indicates that the officer's service in the Foreign Service of the United States has 
been interrupted. The date given represents the commencement of his present 
period of service. For his prior service the officer's biography in the Register 
of the Depart7)ient of State should be consulted. 



Admin 


. — Administrative 


FSO 


Asst. 


— Assistant 


FSR • 


(C) 


— Consulate 


FSS 


(CA) 


—Consular agency 


Jr. 


(CG) 


—Consulate general 


(L) 


CM 


—Foreign Service officer of class 


(M) • 




of career minister 


(MA)- 


Cml. 


— Commercial 


(NA)- 


(E) 


^Embassy 


Sr. ■ 


Econ. 


— Economic 


(VC)- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


AFGHANISTAN 

Kabul (L) 


Ely E. Palmer, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Paul Paddock, second secretary; vice consul 

David B. Wharton, asst. public-aflfairs oflScer 

Bruce R. Crooks, third secretary; vice consul 

David L Qilsinn, attachfi* vice consul 


Feb. 9, 1945 

Oct. 15,1945 
Dec. 20,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Oct. 11,1944 

May 3,1946 

Apr. 12,1946 

Nov. 29, 1946 

Sept. 11, 1946 
Apr. 25, 1945 
May 2, 1946 
Sept. 20, 1945 
June 29,1945 
Nov. 28. 1945 
Nov. 2,1945 
Aug. 9, 1946 
May 18,1945 
Nov. 14, 1945 
May 13,1946 
Sept. 26, 1945 
Mar. 3,1943 

tNov. 14, 1945 
May 2,1944 
June 21,1945 
July 21,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 22,1946 
Apr. 4,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 
May 21,1941 

Jan. 29,1946 

Sept. 6,1945 
Aug. 31,1945 
Oct. 4, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Aug. 20,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Sept. 27, 1946 
July 2, 1945 
Sept. 19, 1945 
Oct. 5, 1945 
Nov. 1, 1945 
Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-CM 




FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSO-6 

FSS-12 


(MA) - 


Lt. Col. Edward F. Kent, military attache 

George S. Messersmith, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Julian C. Greenup, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 




ARGENTINA 

Buenos Aires (E) 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 
FSR-2 




Paul C. Squire, consul general; first secretary 

Sidney E. O'Donoghuer, counselor of embassy 

Arthur T. Thompson, agricultural attache 

Norman E Towson, attachS 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 

FSS-2 




Joseph Louis Apodaca cml attach6 


FSR-3 






FSO-3 






rSR-4 




Richard 0. Cromwell, asst. agricultural attache... 
.John Ordway, second secretary; cnnsiil 


FSS^ 
FSO-4 




George F. Scherer, first secretary; consul 


FSO-4 




Albert C. Gamache, sr. econ. analyst 


FSS-5 




Charles R. Burrows, second secretary; vice consul. 
Philip P. Williams, second secretary; consul 


FSO-1 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 






FSS-6 




Franklin Conklin, 3d, econ. analyst 

Clyde James Hanna, asst. cultural officer 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 




Carson 0. Crocker, attachS 


FSS-6 




R. Kenneth Oakley, second secretary; vice consul. 
Harry E Ewing, asst cultural ofiBcer 


FSO-5 

FSS-7 






FSS-8 




Arthur J. Romero, vice consul; special disbursing 

agent. 
Livingston D. Watrous, third secretary; vice 

consul. 
Jones R. Trowbridge, vice consul 


FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 




Sylvester Perry Smith, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 






FSS-10 




Francis W. Herron, asst. press oflBcer 

Arthur L. Gamson, third secretary; vice consul. . . 

James W. Pratt, third secretary; vice consul 

Clarence T. Breaux, third secretary; vice consul... 

J. H. Cameron Pcafce, vice consul 

Frederick H. Hauser, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-12 
FSS-12 
FSS-12 






FSS-12 




Colin C. Woodfall, vice consul 


FSS-12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ARGENTINA— Con. 








Buenos Aires (E)— Con. 








(MA & NA).._ 


Brig. Gen. Charles H. Caldwell, military attache 


Feb. 25,1946 






and military air attache. 








Capt. Ranson Fullinwider, naval attache and 


Aug. 16,1946 




^ 


naval attache for air. 








Col. James B. Corbett, asst. military attache 


Mar. 27, 1946 






Lt. Col. John L. Strong, asst. military attache 


May 10,1946 






Col. Stanley J. Donovan, asst. military air attache 


Feb. 5, 1946 






Capt. Roger L. Russell, Jr., asst. military attache. 


Dec. 5, 1945 






Lt. Comdr. James A. Whatton, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 29,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Robert R. Startzell, asst. naval at- 


Dec. 12,1946 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 






AUSTRALIA 








Canberra, Australian Capi- 


Robert Butler, appointed ambassador extraordi- 


July 12, 1946 




tal Territory (E). 


nary and plenipotentiary. 








Llewellyn Vernon Toyne, agricultural attache; 


Feb. 12,1946 


FSS-5 




vice consul.! 








Douglas Jenkins, Jr., second secretary. _. 


Jply 15,1944 
Sept. 12, 1946 


FSO-4 




Martin B. Dale, acting cml. attache' 


FSR-4 




James M. Gilchrist, Jr., third secretary.-. 


Oct. 14, 1946 


FSO-5 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Edmund B. Sebree, military attache... 


Jan. 11,1946 






Capt. Benjamin F. Tompkins, naval attache and 


Oct. 24,1945 






naval attache for air. 








Col. Ralph L. Michaelis, military air attache 


Oct. 13,1944 






Col. Jacob S. Sauer, asst. military attache 


Apr. 24,1946 






Maj. Seaton F. McDaniel, asst. military attache. . 


Mar. 1,1946 






Comdr. Brendan J. Moynahan, asst. naval attache 


Jan. 16, 1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 






Adelaide, South Australia 


Knowlton V. Hicks, consul 


June 19,1945 


FSO-3 


(C). 
Brisbane, Queensland (C) . . . 


William L. Peck, consul 


Oct. 14, 1946 


FSO-4 


C. William Cowles, vice consul 


July 19,1945 


F36-10 


Melbourne, Victoria (C) 


Richard F. Boyce, consul general 


Jan. 15, 1946 


FSO-3 


Helen E. Wessells, cultural officer 


{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




Armistead M. Lee, vice consul 


Nov. 19, 1945 


FSO-6 




Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul.. 


tSept. 24, 1929 
June 27,1946 


FSS-10 




Herbert B. Leggctt, vice consul 


FSS-11 




E. Eleanor Booth, hbrarian. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-U 




James B. Lindsey, vice consul 


June 29,1944 


FSS-U 




Martin G. Blackmun, vice consul 


Oct. 22,1945 


FSS-12 


Perth, Western Australia (C). 


Rudolph W. Hefti, vice consul 


Apr. 17, 1946 


FSS-12 


Sydney, New South Wales 


Orsen N. Nielsen, consul general 


Aug. 1, 1946 


FSO-1 


(CO). 


Orville Brown, special representative 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-1 




Charles H. Derry, consul 


July 5, 1941 


FSO-3 




Robert S. Burlingame, public-affairs officer 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-4 




Webster Powell, attache. 


May 31,1946 


FSS-4 




Martin B. Dale, vice consul ' 


Apr. 27,1945 


FSR-4 




Delano McKelvey, vice consul 


Sept. 2,1943 


FSO-5 




Donald W. Lamm, vice consul 


June 21,1946 


FSO-5 




Rupert Prohme, asst. public-affairs officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 



> Resident in Sydney. 

' Assigned also as vice consul 

« Assigned also as acting cml. 



at Sydney; resident in Sydney, 
attache at Canberra. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


AUSTEALIA— Con. 

Sydney, New South Wales 


Forrest N. Daggett, vice consul 


Oct. 18,1945 
Oct. 27,1938 
Dec. 2, 1946 
tNov. 13,1946 
Feb. 1, 1945 

Nov. 3,1944 
June 1.3,1945 
Oct. 14,1946 

tAug. 3,1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 

Dec. 20,1944 
Dec. 28,1944 

tSept. 7,1946 
Dec. 28,1944 
Dec. 29,1945 

tSept. 7,1946 
Feb. 23,1945 
Mar. 19,1945 
Mar. 16, 1945 

tSept. 7,1946 
Jan. 8, 1945 

tSept. 7,1946 
Feb. 10,1946 

tSept. 24, 1946 
Aug. 20,1946 
June 14,1945 

Oct. 27,1945 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 
Jan. 7, 1946 

Feb. 1, 1946 

tJune 26,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Mar. 5,1946 
Jan. 2, 1945 


FSO-6 


(CO)— Con 


Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul 


FSS 10 




Alexander C. Johnpoll, vice consul 

Elizabeth M. Bond, librarian 

Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, vice consul; econ. 
analyst. 

Robert C. Arnold, vice consul ' 

Joaruie V. Winn, vice consul 


FSO-^ 
FSR-6 
FSS-10 

FSS-12 
FSS-12 




Kva Bryan Wil.snn, vice cnn.snl 


FSS-12 


AUSTRIA 

Vienna (L).._ 


John G. Erhardt, envoy extraordinary and minis- 
ter plenipotentiary. 

Karl L. Rankin, counselor of legation for econ. 
affairs. 

Sydney L. W. Mellen, sr. econ. analyst 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 
FSS-1 




James Orr Denby, counselor of legation 


FSO-3 




Ware Adams, first secretary; consul 


FSO 3 




Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural adviser 


FSS-2 
FSS-2 




Laurence C. Frank, consul general; first secretary.. 


FSO-3 

FSS 3 




Edward Salner, attach^ 


FSR-4 




Carlisle C. Mclvor, attache 


FSS-4 




William 0. Boswell, second secretary; consul 

Duncan Mnrchisnn White, vice consul 


FSO^ 

FSS-6 




Paul E. Geier, second secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS-9 




Michael R. Gannett, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 




Hugo V. Newell, vice consul; special disbursing 

agent. 
Maynard B. Lundgren, vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSS-10 




Andrew E. Olson, third secretary; vice consul 

Martin Florian Herz, third secretary; vice consul. . 


FSO-6 . 

FSO-6 

FSS-12 


BELGIUM AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(Belgium) 

Brussels (Bruxelles) (E) 


Admiral Alan G. Kirk, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary .3 






FSR-2 




Ezra Clark Stillman, public-affairs officer * 

George P. Waller, first secretary; consul ' 

Theodore C. Achilles, first secretary; consul 

Howard B. Railey, civil air attache » 


FSR-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-4 



Resident in Canberra. 

Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, i 

Accredited also to Luxembourg. 

Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

Assigned also to and resident in Luxembourg. 

Assigned also to Luxembourg and Paris; resident in Paris. 



Sofia; resident in Bern. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Con. 

(Belgium)— Con. 

Brussels (Bnixelles) (E)— 


Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural attach^ 


tNov. 1,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 24, 1946 
Dec. 14,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 15,1946 

tFeb. 10,1946 
May 10, 1946 
Mar. 15,1946 

Oct. 16,1946 
Feb. 26,1945 
Oct. 31,1946 
Dec. 30,1944 

Dec. 10,1946 
Aug. 23,1946 

Nov. 27, 1945 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 6.1946 

Dec. 13,1945 
Aug. 29,1945 
Oct. 4, 1944 
June 20,1945 
Aug. 22,1946 
July 19,1946 
July 29,1946 
Apr. 7, 1945 
Aug. 25,1945 

Sept. 13, 1946 
Feb. 23,1945 
July 30,1946 
Aug. 21,1946 
July 19,1946 

Apr. 27,1946 

May 14,1946 
July 18,1946 
June 4, 1946 
June 21,1944 
July 1, 1946 
Feb. 21,1946 
Feb. 8, 1946 
July 29,1946 


FSR-4 


Con 


Robert Smith Simpson, labor attach^ 


FSS-5 




Neal D. Borum, attach^ 


FSS 7 




Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attaches 


FSR-5 
FSR-5 




G. McMurtrie Godley, 2d, third secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-5 
FSS-9 






FSS-9 




Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul; special dis- 
bursing agent. 
Harold N. Waddell, vice consul 


FSS-9 
FSS-10 




Robert M. Winfree, vice enn.<!nl 


FSS-10 




Craig F. Edwards, third secretary; vice consul 

Clay H. Henderson, vice eon.siil 


FSO-6 

FSS-12 


(MA &NA) 


Col. Clare H. Armstrong, military attach^i _.. 

Lt. Comdr. Peter H. Jackson, naval attach^ and 
naval attach^ for air. 

Lt. Col. Malcolm A. Moore, mUitary air attachS... 

Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 

Lt. Col. Ridgeway P. Smith, Jr., asst. military at- 
tache. 

Austin R. Preston, consul general 




Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CO). 


FSO-2 


John H. Lord, consul 


FSO-3 




Edward Ander.snn, nonfiul 


FSO-4 






FSO-6 






FSO-6 




Robert B. Hill, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Norman E. Warner, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Charles Hayden McLoon, vice consul 


FSS-12 




J. Roland Jacobs, vice consul 


FSS-12 


(Africa) 

Lfeopoldville, Belgian Congo 
(CO). 


William M. Gwynn, consul general 


FSO-3 


Don V. Catlett, vice consul 


FSO-5 


George M. Widney, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Stanley B. Wolff, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Lewis D. Brown, vice consul 


FSO-6 


BOLIVIA 

La Paz (E) 


Joseph Flack, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 






FSR-4 






FSS-4 






FSS-4 






FSR-4 




Merlin E. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 

Spencer M. King, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert J. Redington, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



1 Assigned also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Paris; resident in ParLs. 
' Assigned also to Bogotfi, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 
» Assigned also to Lima, Quito, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BOLIVIA— Continued 


Albert V. Nyren, third secretary; vice consul. 


Oct. 22.1946 
July 10,1946 
Sept. 14, 1945 
July 16,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
June 27,1946 

Dec. 5,1946 

Apr. 12,1946 

Feb. 1,1945 
Mar. 24, 1945 
Apr. 18,1945 

Dec. 23,1946 
July 2, 1943 
Jan. 1, 1946 
Jan. 22,1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
Dec. 8,1944 
Apr. 21,1945 
Mar. 24, 1942 
July 1, 1946 
May 18,1944 
July 29.1946 
Sept. 17, 1945 
Aug. 22,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 26,1946 
tOct. 16,1944 
Feb. 20,1945 
July 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tOct. 28,1945 
Sept. 6,1944 
Mar. 5,1943 
tApr. 21,1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSO-6 




FSS-11 






FSS-12 


(MA) 


Col. Paul W. Steinbeck, military attache 

Lt. Col. Tilden P. Wright, military air attach6.__ 
Capt. Gerald R. Hough, asst. military attache 






FSO-6 


BRAZIL 


William D. Pawley, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Paul C Daniels counselor of embassy 






FSO-2 




Hiram A. Boucher, consul general; first secretary- 
Clarence C. Brooks, counselor of embassy for econ. 
affairs. ■ 


FSO-2 
FSO-2 

FSO-3 






FSS-2 






FSS-2 






FSO-3 




Roy Nash cultural oflBcer 


FSR-3 




Walter P. McConaughy, first secretary; consul.... 
Du Wayne O Clark cml attache 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 






FSR-4 




W J Convery Egan public-affairs oflBcer 


FSR-4 






FSS-3 






FSR-4 




Henri Andre Weismann, sr. econ. analyst 

Norris S. Haselton, second secretary; consul 

Leonard B Shubert press officer 


FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 




Randolph A. Kidder, second secretary; consul.... 


FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Alexander N. D. Marchant, publications oflBcer... 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 




Albert S. Browne, special disbursing agent 


FSS-8 
FSS-8 




John H. Burns, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS-9 






FSS-9 






FSS-10 




Peter J Raineri vice consul 


FSS-10 






FSO-6 




Arthur D. Foley, third secretary; vice consul 


Aug. 20, 1946 
{Feb. 10,1946 
Dec. 3, 1946 
June 15,1945 
Aug. 6,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Jan. 3, 1946 

Feb. 28,1945 

Mar. 12, 1946 


FSO-6 
FSS-U 




Jack E. Conner, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSS-12 






FSS-12 




Merritt M Grant, vice consul . 


FSS-12 




Robert W Paterson vice consul 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Richard Nugent, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Capt. William R. Cooke, Jr., naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Col. Eugene W. Ridings, asst. military attache..,. 









FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JANUARY 1, 19 47 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BRAZIL— Continued 

Rio de Janeiro (E)— Con. 
(MA&NA)-Con 

Victoria, Espirito Santo 
(VC). 
Bahia (Sao Salvador), Bahia 

(C). 
Fortaleza, CearS (C) 


Maj. Jack E. Barton, asst. military attache 

Maj. Vernon A. Walters, asst. military attache__^ 

1st Lt. Robert Bacon, asst. military attache 

Col. James C. McGehee, asst. military air attache^ 
Maj. William J. Sims, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. John P. Fitzpatrick, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice consul 


Oct. 31,1945 
Jan. 4, 1946 
Mar. 8,1946 
Mar. 25, 1946 
Mar. 25, 1946 

Jan. 11,1946 

June 3. 1946 

Nov. 8,1946 
Jan. 14,1946 
July 23,1945 
Dec. 19,1946 

Apr. 30,1946 
July 17,1946 
June 27,1946 
July 1, 1940 

Feb. 20,1946 
tDec. 29,1945 

Apr. 11,1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 

July 25,1946 
tJan. 1, 1947 

Dec. 1, 1942 

tJune 7,1923 
Mar. 21, 1941 
Feb. 4.1946 

{Jan. 10,1946 
Oct. 14,1946 
July 24,1946 
Jan. 10,1946 
Jan. 7,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Dec. 2.3,1946 
Jan. 5, 1946 

Oct. 24,1944 
Dec. 29,1945 
Oct. 30,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 27,1945 
Jan. 25,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 


rss-12 




FSS-10 




FSS-12 


Coldwell S. Johnston, consul 


FSO-5 




FSS-10 


(C). 
Par& (Belto), Par& (C) 




FSS-11 


Franklin V. C. Jones, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Manaos, Amazonas (CA). 


Burdett B. Bliss, consular agent 




Wiley T Clav, consular agent 




(CA). 
Pernambuco (Recife), Per- 

nambuco (C). 
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande 

do Sul (C). 


frporfp F. MiUpr, consul 


FSO-4 




FSO-6 




FSO-4 




FSR-5 




FSO-6 






FSS-10 








doSul(CA). 

Santos, S5o Paulo (C), 

Sfio Paulo, S5o Paulo (CO).. 




rss-8 




FSO-l 


Lvnn W. Meekins, consul 


FSO-2 




Rolland Welch, consul 


FSO-4 




Henry H Carter, cultural oflScer 


FSR-4 




Marc L Severe, vice consul 


FSS-7 




Allen H Lester, econ. analyst 


FSS-S 




Dwight R Bishop, agricultural oflBcer 


FSS-9 




John F Root, vice consul 


FSO-6 


, 




FSO-6 




Ray II Crane, vice consul 


FSS-12 


BULGARIA 

Sofia (Sofiya) (United States 
Mission). 


Maynard B. Barnes, Foreign Service oflBcer 

Francis Deak, civil air attache ' 


FSO-CM 

FSS-2 


George D. LaMont, Foreign Service officer 

William Kling, agricultural attachfe ' 


FSO-3 
FSR-4 






FSO-5 






FSO-5 






FSR-6 




Stanley M. Cleveland, vice consul 


FSO-6 



I Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 
' Assigned also to and resident in Belgrade. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


CANADA 










Ottawa, Ontario (E) 


Ray Athcrton, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


tNov. 


18, 1943 


FSO-CM 




Henry M. Bankhead, counselor of embassy for 


tJan. 


20, 1945 


FSO-1 




econ. affairs. 










Julian F. Harrington, counselor of embassy 


Dec. 


9, 1946 


FSO-1 




Homer S. Fox, cml. attach^ 


Dec. 


4, 1944 


FSO-2 




Oliver B. North, asst. cml. attache... 


Nov. 


16, 1928 


FSO-3 




Paul H. Norgren, labor attach^ 


tNov. 


13. 1946 


FSR-3 




George S. Roper, civil air attachfe 


Feb. 


13, 1945 


FSR-3 




Dana M. Doten, public-affairs ofiQcer 


July 
Feb. 


1, 1946 


FSR-4 




Meade T . Foster, agricultural attache 


5, 1946 


FSR-4 




John C. Shillock, Jr., second secretary; consul..... 


May 


25, 1944 


FSO-4 




Edward A. Dow, Jr., second secretary; consul 


May 


22, 1945 


FSO-4 




Joseph L. Dougherty, asst. agricultural attache... 


Feb. 


18, 1946 


FSS-7 




George C. Minor, vice consul; special disbursing 


{Feb. 


23, 1940 


FSS-8 




agent. 










Terry B. Sanders, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 


Oct. 


29, 1946 


FSO-5 




Oirvan Teall, vice consul 


Oct. 


20, 1944 


FSS-10 




Elizabeth Child, econ. analyst 


Aug. 


30, 1945 


FSS-10 




Dorothy T . Brown, vice consul 


tNov. 


29, 1946 


FSS-10 




Paul F. DuVivier, third secretary; vice consul 


May 


1, 1946 


FSO-6 




Quentin R. Bates, third secretary, vice consul 


Dec. 


3, 1946 


FSO-6 




Jay F. Stclnmetz, vice consul; asst. disbursing 


tMay 


5, 1946 


FSS-12 




agent. 








(MA & NA) 


Col. Raymond E. S. Williamson, military attache. 


Mar. 


18, 1946 






Capt. John Raby, naval attachfe and naval attache 


Apr. 


16, 1946 






for air. 










Col. Jack C. Hodgson, military air attachg 


Sept. 


20, 1946 






Lt. Col. Walter A. Wood, asst. military attache... 


Dec. 


13, 1944 






Lt. Col. August Schonburg, asst. military attache. 


Mar. 


12, 1946 






Lt. Col. Harold L. Richey, asst. military attache. . 


May 


8, 1946 






Col. Sherwood E. Buckland, asst. military air 


Dec. 


5, 1946 






attache. 










Com dr. Isaiah M. Hampton, asst. naval attache 


Jan. 


30, 1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Calgary. Alberta (C) 


Charles W. Allen, vice consul 


Sept. 


29, 1930 


FSS-8 


Edmonton, Alberta (C) 


Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul 


Sept. 


8, 1943 


FSS-8 


Fort William and Port Arthur, 


Harvey T. Goodier, consul 


Feb. 


15, 1935 


FSO-5 


Ontario (C). 










Halifax, Nova Scotia (CG)... 


Alfred W. Klieforth, consul general 


Feb. 


6, 1946 


FSO-1 


Howard F. Withey, consul 


May 


31, 1944 


FSO-4 




Fred M. Wren, vice consul 


tJan. 


8, 1946 


FSR-5 




Keld Christensen, vice consul 


tJune 


3, 1946 


FSO-6 




Charles H. Taliaferro, vice consul 


July 


22, 1942 


FSS-11 


Fredericton, New Bruns- 


Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul 


Sept. 


19, 1921 


FSS-10 


wick (VC). 










Hamilton, Ontario (C) 


Robert English, consul 


Sept. 


13, 1945 


FSO-4 




George MofEtt, Jr., vice consul. 


June 


15, 1946 


FSS-12 


Montreal, Quebec (CO) 


North Winship, consul general , 


Oct. 


12, 1944 


FSO-1 


John D. Johnson, consul 


June 
Sept. 


25, 1942 
10, 1946 


FSO-3 




Eugene M. Hinkle, consul 


FSO-3 




John Peabody Palmer, consul 


Aug. 


21, 1946 


FSO-4 




James E. Callahan, vice consul 


Aug. 


11,1941 


FSS-6 




Byron White, vice consul 


June 
Mar. 


10, 1944 
27, 1946 


FSO-5 




W. Horton Schoellkopf, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-5 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



Canada — Continued 



Montreal, Quebec, (CG) —Con. 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C)... 
Quebec, Quebec (C) 



Regina, Saskatchewan (C)... 

St. John, New Brunswick 
(C). 

St. Stephen, New Bruns- 
wick (C). 

Sarnia, Ontario (C) 

Toronto, Ontario (CO) 



Vancouver. British Colui 
bia (CG). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(C). 
Windsor, Ontario (C) 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CG). 



Kenora. Ontario (CA)... 



John R. Barry, vice consul. ._ 

Frank G. Mitchell, vice consul; special disbursing 



Charles T. Warner, vice consul. 

Richard M. Hemdon, vice consul 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul 

James M. Macfarland, vice consul 

Thomas J. GriflSn, vice consul 

William J. Miller, vice consul 

Frederic H. Behr, Jr., vice consul 

Arthur R. Williams, consul 

William H. Brown, vice consul 

J. Kenly Bacon, consul 

Thomas S. Estes, vice consul. 

Adam Beaumont, vice consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Joseph P. Nagoski, vice consul 

Hilton F. Wood, vice consul 

George L. Brist, vice consul 

William A. Mitchell, vice consul 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Sidney A. Belovsky, consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul.. 

Hem-y T. Dvvyer, vice consul 

George L. Tolman, vice consul... 

Herbert F. N. Schmitt, vice consul.. . 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul 

Robert William Harding, vice consul. 

Charles F. Johnson, vice consul 

Howard K. Travers, consul general... 

Ralph A. Boernstein, consul 

Orray Taft, Jr., consul. 

Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul... 

Charles C. Carson, vice consul. 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 

Leo J. Callanan, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 

Bernard Gotlieb, consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul 

Charles H. Stephan, vice consul 

Charles C. Sundcll, vice consul 

Juan L. Gorrell, vice consul 

Walter H. McKinney, consul general. 

Stewart E. McMillin, consul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul 

Allen L. Dewey, vice consul 

Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 



May 


3,1919 


June 


4, 1946 


Aug. 


14,1945 


tMar. 


8, 1946 


Dec. 


18, 1939 


Oct. 


25, 1944 


Mar. 


2, 1945 


Mar. 


8, 1945 


June 


28, 1945 


Jan. 


17, 1946 


Dec. 


27, 1946 


July 


31, 1937 


Oct. 


15, 1945 


Oct. 


31, 1946 


May 


6, 1941 


Nov. 


9, 1945 


Aug. 


17, 1944 


tDec. 


29, 1944 


Nov. 


1, 1946 


May 


22, 1946 


Oct. 


28, 1925 


tJuly 


15, 1943 


June 


20, 1940 


Oct. 


12, 1944 


Dec. 


20, 1946 


tNov. 


15. 1945 


tNov. 


7, 1922 


Mar. 


26, 1945 


Sept. 


8, 1943 


Sept. 


11, 1946 


Dec. 


14. 1943 


IMay 


9. 1930 


July 


5, 1945 


May 


15, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1943 


July 


10, 1945 


tJune 


14, 1928 


Oct. 


16, 1946 


July 


17, 1946 


tFeb. 


16, 1931 


July 


17, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1941 


Sept. 


9, 1944 


July 


10, 1945 


Jan. 


2, 1944 


Dec. 


10, 1940 


Nov. 


2, 1945 


tApr. 


28. 1945 


June 


11,1946 


Sept. 


10, 1945 


Sept. 


20. 1946 


Feb. 


5, 1918 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


CHILE 

Santiago (E) 


Claude Q. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
William E. Dunn, counselor of embassy for coon. 

aflairs. 
Hugh Millard counselor of embassy 


June 22,1939 

June 22,1945 

July 6, 1944 
Nov. 8,1943 
June 21,1946 
June 4,1946 
July 1. 1946 
June 21,1944 
June 5,1946 
Nov. 20, 1946 
Jan. 18,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Dec. 7, 1943 
Feb. 24,1931 
Feb. 10,1945 

Mar. 4,1943 
tOct. 9, 1943 
Mar. 28, 1945 
Nov. 1, 1946 

May 27,1946 
Feb. 15,1946 
tApr. 24,1946 

Jan. 3, 1946 
Nov. 6,1944 

Nov. 5,1945 

Mar. 1, 1946 
Sept. 20, 1946 

Nov. 27, 1944 
Oct. 24,1946 
May 13,1946 
Sept. 16, 1941 
Oct. 29,1946 
{Oct. 1, 1934 

July 12,1946 

{Mar. 25, 1946 
Jan. 2, 1946 

{Feb. 17,1945 
Feb. 20,1946 
Apr. 1, 1946 
July 9, 1946 
July 18,1946 






FSO-1 
FSO-2 




John W. Bailey, Jr., consul general; first secretary- 


FSO-2 
FSR-4 






FSS-4 




William B. Loving, Jr., public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 
FSS-4 






FSS-4 




Clarence A. Boonstra, agricultural attache 

Earl T. Crain, second secretary; consul 

Heath Bowman cultural officer 


FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Gardner E Palmer sr econ analyst 


FSS-6 




Camden L McLain vice consul 


FSS-7 




Julian L. Nugent, Jr., second secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-5 

FSS-8 




Joseph E Maldonado, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Harry Clinton Reed, third secretary; vice consul.. 
James F. O'Connor, Jr., third secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 

FSS-11 






FSS-12 






FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col Joseph P. Cleland, military attache.. 




Concepcion (VC). 

Antofagasta (C) 


Capt. Paul L. F. Weaver, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Robert Lewis CoSey, Jr., military air 

attache. 
Maj. Oscar M. Doerflinger, asst. military attache. 
Capt. QUdo S. Codispoti, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Lee M. Hunsaker, vice consul 


FSS-12 


npnj-g'p R TSingliam, vice rnn.'snl 


FSS-10 


Valparaiso (C) 


Gilson Q Blake, consul 


FSO-3 






FSS-8 






FSS-12 


Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 

CHINA 

Nanking (E) 






J. Leighton Stuart, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 






FSO-2 




W illiam W. Buttcrworth, Jr., counselor of embassy «. 
A Bland Calder, cml. attache' 


FSO-2 
FSO-3 




William T Turner first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




Raymond P. Ludden, first secretary; consul 

Augustus S. Chase first secretary; consul 

Troy L. Perkins, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 



•Assigned also to Bogota, La Paz, and Lima; resident in Lima. 
2 Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Quito; resident in Lima. 
' Assigned to serve at Shanghai. 
* With the personal rank of minister. 



10 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class. 


CHINA— Continued 








Nanking (E) 


Ernest E. Evans, first secretary; consul 


July 22,1946 


FSO-3 




Francis G. Jarvis, civil air attachS ' 


July 31, 1946 


FSR-4 




Philip D. Sprouse, second secretary; consul 


tMay 1, 1944 


FSO-4 




Carl H. Boehringer, asst. cml. attacM 


May 13, 1946 


FSO-4 




John Frgmont Melby, second secretary; vice consul . 


Aug. 14,1945 


FSO-4 




Wilma C. Fairbank, cultural officer 


tNov. 13,1946 


FSR-5 




Edward Anderberg, Jr., econ. analyst 


Oct. 8, 1945 


FSR-5 




Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary; vice consul 


July 12,1946 


FSO-5 




John H. Kemler, vice consuL 


tApr. 20,1946 


FSS-9 




Robert B. Moody, third secretary; vice consul 


JNov. 4,1946 


FSO-6 




WUliam G. McCoy, vice consul. 


JApr. 22,1946 


FSS-12 




Shirley R. Warner, vice consul 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-12 




Hilda M. Anderson, vice consul 


May 27,1946 


FSS-12 




Craig W. Carter, vice consul __._ 


tApr. 1, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Robert H. Soule, military attache 


Nov. 1,1946 






Capt. W. T. Kenny, naval attache and naval at- 


Oct. 9, 1945 






tache for air. 








Lt. Col. Otto R. Haney, military air attache 


Aug. 31,1945 






Col. David D. Barrett, asst. military attache 


tNov. 1, 1946 






Col. Ivan D. Yeaton, asst. military attache 


Aug. 8, 1946 






Col. Harry S. Aldrich, asst. military attache 


Sept. 19, 1946 






Col. Frederick J. Dau, asst. military attache 


Oct. 22,1946 






Lt. Col. Ben W. Covington, asst. military attache. 


Mar. 12, 1946 






Lt. Col. Nat S. Perrine, asst. military attache.. . 


June 13,1946 






Maj. Robert B. Rigg, asst. military attache 


Oct. 23,1945 






Maj. John E. Beebe, Jr., asst. military attache.... 


June 17,1946 






Maj. John E. Bradley, asst. military attache 


Sept. 19, 1946 






Maj. Homer C. Hinckley, asst. military attache... 


Sept. 19, 1946 






Maj. David R. Longacre, asst. military attache _.. 


Oct. 22,1946 






Maj. Martin F. Sullivan, asst. military attache.. _ 


Oct. 22,1946 






Maj. Harold G. Gelwicks, asst. military attache.. 


Dec. 5, 1946 






Capt. Marcus R. Ogden, asst. military attache . . 


Mar. 12. 1946 






Capt. John W. Collins, asst. military attache 


Aug. 16,1946 






Capt. James E. Marshall, Jr., asst. military at- 


Sept. 25, 1946 






tache. 








Capt. Harold W. Wheeler, asst. military attache. 


Oct. 22,1946 






1st Lt. Edward L. Sawyer, asst. military attache. 


Oct. 22,1946 






Maj. Kearie Lee Berry, asst. military air attache.. 


Dec. 12,1946 






Capt. Samuel C. Anderson, asst. naval attache 


.4pr. 10,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. John B. Toepfer, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Feb. 8, 1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. William R. Wendt. asst. naval attache 


Oct. 16,1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Thornton M. Hinkle. asst. naval attache 


May 17,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Edwin A. Buchanan, asst. naval at- 


May 17,1946 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Maj. Ralph L. Powell, asst. naval attache and 


Mar. 5,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Windsor G. Hackler, asst. naval attache and 


May 3,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Walter P. Southard, Jr., asst. naval at- 


Nov. 29, 1945 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Hammond M. Rolph, asst. naval attache 


May 3,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Harry H. Cloutier, asst. naval attache and 


May 21, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 







> Assigned i 



and Shanghai; resident in Shanghai. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



11 



CHINA— Continued 



Canton, Kwangtung (CG). 



Chungking (C) . 



Dairen (C) 

Hankow, Hupeh (CG)_ 



Kunming (YQnnanfu), Yun- 
nan (C). 
Mukden (CG) 



Peiping, Hopeh (C). 



Shanghai, Kiangsu (CG). 



Name and title 



Thomas D. Bowman, consul general 

William P. Wright, consul 

Elmer Newton, public-affairs officer 

Katrine W. Parsons, librarian 

Oscar V. Armstrong, vice consul _ 

J. Charles Thompson, vice consul 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

Fong Chuck, vice consul. 

Harold G. McConeghey, vice consul 

Robert B . Streeper, consul general 

Hyman Bloom, vice consul 

H. Mfrrell Benninghofl, consul general 

Kenneth C. Krentz, consul general 

James A. Elliot, public-affairs officer 

Russell H. Fifield, vice consul 

Hubert F. Ferrell, vice consul 

Marybelle Bouchard, asst. public-affairs officer.... 

W. F. Davjs Gebhart, vice consul 

Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul — 

Harold C. Roser, vice consul 

Angus Ward, consul general 

Paul W. Frillman, public-affairs officer 

William N. Stokes, vice consul 

Arthur S. Abbott, vice consul 

Myrl S. Myers, consul general 

John B. Foster, public-affairs officer 

Fulton Freeman, consul 

Robert W. Rinden, consul 

Elizabeth Zorzick, asst. public-affairs officer 

David Thurston Griggs, language instructor 

Ralph N. Clough, vice consul 

Edwin W. Martin, vice consul 

James P. Speer, 2d, vice consul 

LaRue R. Lutkins, vice consul — 

Alfred LeS. Jenkins, vice consul 

Marion R. Gunn, librarian 

Gerald Stryker, vice consul 

David K. Marvin, vice consul 

Edward M. Ingle, vice consul 

Monnett B. Davis, counselor of embassy; consul 
general.! 2 

James E. McKenna, consul 

Donald S. Gilpatric, attache 

Paul W. Meyer, consul 

James B. Pilcher, consul. 

Francis H. Styles, consul 

Francis O. Jarvis, civil ' air attach^ ' 

W. Bradley Connors, publio-aflairs officer 

Archibald Hepburn MacFarlane, sr. econ. analyst 

Richard E. Kleinhans, sr. econ. analyst.. 

Floyd E. Masten, attache. 

Harold D. Robison, consul 

Edward D. Cufle, econ. analyst '. 

Stephen C. Brown, consul 

Gordon L. Burke, consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



July 30,1946 
Jan. 28,1946 

{Nov. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 18,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Feb. 1, 1946 
Feb. 4, 1946 
Mar. 25. 1946 
Apr. 30,1946 

tApr. 22,1946 
May 7,1946 
May 1, 1946 
Dec. 23, 1946 
Jan. 24,1946 

tJuly 15,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 3, 1945 
July 11,1944 
Nov. 26, 1945 
July 9, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Apr. 11,1946 
Jan. 29,1946 
July 1, 1946 

tApr. 12,1946 
Oct. 24,1946 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 17, 1946 
Mar. 29, 1946 
July 15,1946 
July 15,1946 
Oct. 8, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 15,1946 
Nov. 1. 1946 
Mar. 12, 1946 
Mar. 1, 1946 

Sept. 12, 1945 
May 17,1946 
Aug. 25.1945 
Mar. 1,1946 
May 13,1946 
July 31,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Oct. 15,1945 
Dec. 10.1945 
Oct. 1, 1946 
Jan. 5, 1946 
June 16,1946 
Nov. 15,1945 
Julv 9, 1946 



' With the personal rank of minister. 

2 Accredited to the embassy at Nanking. 

3 Assigned also to Manila and Nanking. 



12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



CHINA— Continued 



Shanghai, Kiangsu (CQ)- 
Continued 



Taipei (Taihoku), Taiwan 
(Formosa) (C). 



Tientsin, Hopeh (CG)- 



Tihwa, Sinljiang (C) 

Tsingtao, Shantung (C). 



Stewart French, econ. analyst 

Thomas Linthiciun, admin. oflBcer 

Fred Snider, radio engineer 

Ashley G. Hope, vice consul 

Duncan J. Laing, admin, officer 

Hungerford B. Howard, vice consul 

William R. Lynch, vice consul 

Margaret K. Gardner, econ. analyst 

William Edward Dwyer, admin. oflBcer 

Josiah W. Bennett, asst. public-affairs oflBcer. 

Loris F. Craig, econ. analyst 

John B. Walker, admin, officer 

Mary E. Barrett, asst. public-aflatrs oflBcer... 

Paul Wong, cartographer 

John L. Stegmaier, vice consul 

Josephine Johanna Gruenwald, econ. analyst 
John K. Cochran, asst. public-affairs oflBcer.. 

David P. CofTm, vice consul 

Margaret W. Thompson, librarian.." 

Robert Meyer, econ. analyst. 

John H. Stutesman, Jr., vice consul 

Emory C. Swank, vice consul. 

Alexander L. Peaslee, vice consul 

William M. Olive, vice consul 

Herman J. Schwan, vice consul 

Arthur H. Rosen, vice consul 

Robert Anderson, vice consul 

Willis R. Etter, vice consul 

Elizabeth Lee Engdahl, vice consul 

Lea E. Williams, vice consul 

William E. Wallace, vice consul 

Ralph J. Blake, consul 

George Henry Kerr, vice consul 

Robert J. Catto, asst. public-affairs oflBcer.. . 

Robert Lacy Smyth, consul general.. 

Frederick W. Hinke, consul 

M. Robert Rutherford, consul 

Harry S. Hudson, public-affairs oflBcer 

Sam L. Yates, Jr., vice consul 

John L. Rawlinson, vice consul 

David K. Newman, vice consul 

John Pershing Coffey, vice consul 

Robert S. Ward, consul 

J. Hall Paxton, consul. 

Clarence J. Spiker, consul general 

Carl O. Hawthorne, vice consul 

Richard M. Service, vice consul 



COLOMBIA 



Bogota (E) John C. Wiley, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Carlos J. Warner, first secretary; consul 

Richard M. Connell, cml. attach6 

Carrel B. Larson, minerals attach*^ ' 

Thomas T. Driver, information oflBcer.. 
'Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima, 



Jan. 22,1946 
July 1, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 20,1946 
May 3,1946 
Aug. 27,1945 
Sept. 14, 1945 
Nov. 23, 1945 

tJuly 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 23,1946 
June 10,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 
Jan. 31,1946 

tNov. 13,1946 
Dec. 29,1945 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 17,1945 
July 29,1946 
Sept. 10,1946 
Sept. 11, 1946 
Aug. 25,1945 

tJuly 1, 1946 
Jan. 14,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Mar. 19, 1946 
Mar. 21,1946 
Mar. 24, 1946 
May 22,1946 
Feb. 20,1946 

JApr. 17,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

tMar. 11, 1946 
Jan. 24,1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 

- Dec. 3, 1946 
Feb. 4, 1946 
June 25,1946 
Oct. 7, 1946 
Oct. 10,1944 
Oct. 17,1946 
July 30,1946 
Jan. 30,1946 
Dec. 29.1945 



Sept. 21,1944 

Aug. 23,1946 

tMay 1, 1945 

June 4, 1946 

July 1, 1946 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



13 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


COLOMBIA— Continued 

Bogota (E)-Continued 




Oct. 7, 1946 
May 25,1945 
May 16,1946 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
July 19,1946 
May 6,1946 
Aug. 6,1945 

JFeb. 11,1946 
Nov. 16, 1945 
Mar. 11, 1946 
July 18,1946 

June 26,1946 
June 11,1946 

July 16,1946 
Mar. 13, 1946 
July 15,1946 
June 7,1946 

Dec. 27,1946 
Mar. 28, 1945 
Oct. 2, 1943 
Sept. 6,1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
Feb. 5, 1946 


FSR^ 


Aaron S Brown second secretary 


FSO-4 




Sterling J Cottrell civil air attachfi ' 


FSR-5 






FSR-5 




William A. Wieland, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Joseph A. SUberstein, third secretary; vice consul... 
Harry L Hamlette, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Margaret P Hays vice consul . 


FSS-12 




Patrick Henry Armijo vice consul 


FSS-12 




Charles G Mueller vice consul 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 




Jean Mary Wilkowski vice consul 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA). 








Lt. Col. William F. Hausman, naval attache and 

naval attach^ for air. 
Col. Pelham D. Glassford, Jr., military air attach^. 
Lt. Col. Frederick B. Judson, asst. mUitary attache . 
Lt. Col. Shields Warren, Jr., asst. military attach^. 
Lt. Comdr. David M. Bon, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 


FSO^ 




William P Hudson vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-11 






FSS-12 


Call (C) 


Franklin Hawley, consul - 


FSO-5 




Henrv Testman Andersen, vice consul 


FSS-12 








CfirtafTpna CHI 


Hernan C Vogenitz vice consul 


Oct. 10,1945 
May 27,1946 
tFeb. 5, 1946 
May 29, 1944 

Dec. 16,1944 

July 16.1945 
Feb. 5, 1945 
July 17,1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tDec. 16,1944 
Apr. 22,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 
Sept. 19, 1944 
{Apr. 21,1946 

tMay 1, 1946 
Oct. 9. 1945 

Feb. 14,1945 

May 2,1945 


FSS-8 


Medellin (C) 




FSO-3 






FSS-12 






FSS-12 


COSTA RICA 

San Josfi (E) 


Hallett Johnson, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Theodore J. Grant, agricultural attache 2 


FSO-CM 




FSS-4 




WilHam P. Snow, second secretary; vice consul 

John Willard Carrigan^ first secretary; vice consul. 
Albert E Carter cultural officer 


FSO-4 
FSO^ 
FSR-4 




J. Ramon Solana, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSS-10 




Carroll E. Cobb, third secretary; vice consul 

John Logan Hagan, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Virginia C. Stryker, disbursing officer 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. James R. Hughes, military attache. 

Col. Arthur F. Birmey, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache... 









Assigned also to Caracas and Quito. 
Assigned also to Managua and Panamfi. 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


COSTA RICA— Con. 








San Jos6 (E)— Continued 








(MA& NA)-Con 


Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 
attache. 


Nov. 27, 1946 






Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 


Sept. 30, 1946 






naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 


Feb. 1, 1946 






naval attach^ for air. 








1st Lt. Arnold G. Fischer, asst. naval attache and 


July 31,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






Golfito (CA) 


James H Logan, consular agent 


Mar. 31, 1945 




Quepos (CA) 


Kenneth W. Harding, consular agent 


Jan. 20,1943 




Port Limon (C) 


Jesse M. Orme, vice consul 


Apr. 9, 1946 


FSS-11 


CUBA 






Habana (E) 


R. Henry Nor web, ambassador extraordinary and 


May 22,1945 


FSO-CM 




plenipotentiary. 






Albert F. Nufer, counselor of embassy for econ. 


tNov. 5,1942 


FSO-1 




affairs. 








Paul G. Minneman, agricultural attache 


Apr. 15,1942 


FSO-2 




George C. Howard, cml. attache. 


tJan. 5, 1945 


FSO-2 




Prescott Childs, consul general; first secretary 


Apr. 11,1946 


FSO-3 




Morris N. Hughes, first secretary; consul 


Nov. 19, 1945 


FSO-3 




Robert F. Woodward, counselor of embassy 


Dec. 26,1945 


FSO-3 




Charles A. Hutchinson, first secretary; consul 


June 10,1946 


FSO-3 




Louis Clinton Nolan, asst. agricultural attache 


Jan. 17,1946 


FSS-3 




H. Bartlett Wells, second secretary; consul. 


Mar. 16, 1943 


FSO-4 




Raymond Lee Harrell, attache 


Dec. 12,1946 


FSR-4 




Harold E. Montamat, second secretary; consul.... 


Feb. 11,1944 


FSO-4 




Phihp M. Davenport, second secretary; vice consul- 


June 22,1945 


FSO-4 




Eugene Desvernme, attache 


tFeb. 10,1946 


FSS-7 




Carl F. Norden, second secretary; vice consul 


July 10,1945 


FSO-5 




Thomas J. Cole, admin, officer 


JFeb. 10,1946 


FSS-8 




Bertha M. Kendig, admin, asst 


JApr. 21,1946 


FSS-9 




John H. Marvin, vice consul 


IFeb. 28,1927 


FSS-9 




Adolph B. Horn, Jr., special asst 


June 15,1942 


FSS-9 




A. John Cope, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 


Aug. 28,1945 


FSO-6 




Harvey R. Wellman, third secretary; vice consul . . . 


Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 




Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 


tFeb. 28,1927 


FSS-10 




WilHam Walter Phelps, Jr., third secretary; vice 


Sept. 13, 1946 


FSO-6 




consul. 








Kathleen C. Taylor, vice consul.. 


tJan. 23,1946 


FSS-10 




George Varrelmann, econ. analyst.. 


tJuly 1, 1946 


FSS-11 




James N. Cortada, econ. analyst 


tJuly 1, 1946 


FSS-11 




William B. Cobb, Jr., vice consul.. 


Jan. 3, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA& NA) 


Col. Edgar E. Glenn, military attache and mili- 


Mar. 28, 1946 






tary air attache. 








Col. Boeker C. Batterton, naval attache and naval 


Jan. 5, 1946 






attache for air.' 








Maj. Alfred E. Cofley, asst. military attache 


Nov. 16, 1945 






Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. military air 


Nov. 19. 1916 






attache. 








Lt. Paul D. Cooke, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Nov. 27, 1945 






naval attache for air.' 






Sagua la Grande (CA)... 


Eugene E. Jova, consular agent 


{Oct. 6, 1922 





• Assigned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Port-au-Prince. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



15 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


CUBA— Continued 




Dec. 12,1945 
IFeb. 10,1946 

June 7, 1946 
JApr. 20,1922 

Dec. 20,1944 

{Apr. 9, 1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
July 1, 1946 
June 26,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 31,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 13,1946 

{Nov. 13, 1946 

tSept. 9,1945 
June 20,1946 
June 29,1945 
Oct. .23,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 

tJuly 1, 1946 
June 29,1946 
July 19,1946 
Oct. 24,1946 
Nov. 13, 1944 
Feb. 20,1945 
June 28,1945 
July 28, 1945 

Jan. 14,1946 
May 15, 1946 

Aug. 12,1946 

May 6,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Dec. 13,1946 

Mar. 13, 1946 

Dec. 28,1945 
May 28, 1945 
June 6, 1945 
May 15,1946 
Aug. 5, 1946 
Sept. 10, 1945 
May 5,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
May 8,1945 
July 18,1946 


FSS 12 


Santiago de Cuba (C) 

Antilla (CA) 


Harry W. Story, admin. oflBcer 


FSS-8 


Juan A. Reed, consular agent 




Manzanillo (CA) 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha (E) 


Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent 




Laurence A. Steinhardt, ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 
John H. Bruins, counselor of embassy 






FSO 3 




Francis Deak, civil air attache ' _. 

William E. Kugeman, Jr., public-affairs officer.. _- 


FSS-2 
FSR-3 
FSO 3 






FSR-4 




Alton T. Murray, agricultural attache 


FSO-4 




Joseph C. Kolarek, information officer 


FSR 4 




Frank J. Lewand, cultural officer 


FSR-4 






FSS-6 






FSS-7 




William L. Smyser, second secretary; vice consul. . 
Walter W. Birge, Jr., third secretary 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 




George F. Bogardus, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Carroll C. Parry, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS 9 




George J. Fridrich, Jr., special disbursing officer... 
Milton Fried, attache 


FSS-9 
FSS-10 




Claiborne Pell, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas A. Donovan, third secretary; vice consul. 
William Kubalek, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-fi 
FSS-12 




Francis J. Hejno, vice consul 


FSS-12 




Elbert K. Fretwell, Jr., vice consul • 


FSS-12 




John E. Guiney, Jr , vice consul 


FSS 12 


(MA & NA) 






DENMARK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) 


Lt. Vladimir L. Rychly, attache for naval ques- 
tions. 

Lt. Col. Harry F. Van Leuven, military air at- 
tache. 

Lt. Col. Thomas C. Foote, asst. military attache. . 

Capt. Thomas C. Williams, asst. military attache.. 

Capt. Jack C. Novak, asst. military air attache.... 

Josiah Marvel, Jr., envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
Christian T. Steger, consul general; first secretary. . 

John Lammey Stewart, agricultural attache 

Garret O. Ackerson, Jr., counselor of legation 

Basil D. Dahl, cml. attache 

George W. Caldwell, Jr., econ. analyst 




(L). 


FSO-2 
FSR-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 

FSS-8 




Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Gray Bream, third .secretary; vice consul 

Joran J. Birkeland, cultural officer 


FSO-5 
FSR-6 
FSS-10 




William Norris Dale, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-6 



Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


DENMARK— Continued 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn 
(D— Continued 
(MA & NA) 


Col Earl C. Ewert, military attacM 


Aug. 2,1945 
Mar. 22, 1946 

July 13,1945 

June 29,1946 
July 31,1946 

Dec. 28,1945 

July 13, 1946 

tJuly 1,1946 
May 10, 1946 
July 30, 1946 
Jan. 3, 1945 
July 9,1946 

Nov. 19, 1945 
Oct. 7, 1946 
June 26, 1946 

Nov. 16, 1945 
Mar. 28, 1946 
Nov. 19, 1946 

Nov. 14, 1922 

Mar. 27, 1943 

Nov. 4,1944 
June 21, 1944 
tOct. 4, 1946 
May 10, 1946 
Jan. 16, 1946 
May 16, 1946 
July 29, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
[Nov. 13, 1946 
tOct. 31, 1945 
Jan. 6, 1946 
July 15, 1946 
Mar. 1, 1946 




(Greenland) 


Capt. John E. Fitzgibbon, naval attache and naval 
. attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Franklin E. Tomlinson, military air at- 
tache. 
Col. Henry L. MeOrath, asst. military attache.... 
Maj. Andrew D. Budz, Jr., asst. military attache.. 


FSS-12 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad Trujillo (E). . 


George H. Butler, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

John Andrew Hamilton, public-affairs ofllcer 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., first secretary; consul 

Jack B. Neathery, second secretary; consul 


FSO-CM 




FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 

FSS-8 




Temple Wanamaker, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 
William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS-10 




Glenn R. McCarty, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 


(MA) 


Robert Irving Owen, third secretary; vice consul. . 

Maj. Miguel J. Montesinos, military attache 

Col Edgar E Glenn military air attache 


FSO-6 






La Romana (CA) 

ECUADOR 

Quito (E) 


Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. militaryairat tache. . 
Eugene J T.ipdpr fnnsnlar agent 




Robert M. Scotten, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 




Olaf Francis Sundt, petroleum attache ' 


FSS-4 


■ 


Alvord L Boeck, acting cml. attache 


FSS-4 




Hugo W Alberts agricultural attache ' 


FSS-4 




Halleck L. Rose, second secretary; vice consul 

Sterling J Cottrell civil air attache ' 


FSO-4 
FSR-5 




WiUiam T. Briggs, third secretary; vice consul 

Jackson W . Wilson, third secretary; vice consul. . . . 
David G Basile information officer 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSR-6 






FSS-12 






FSS-12 










font A<lolKorf"n TlncTcro ftoct milit-arv af tapVlfi 





Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 

Assigned also to and resident in Guayaquil. 

Assigned also to BogotS and Caracas; resident in BogotS. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



17 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ECUADOR— Continued 


Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural attachfe i 


May 10, 1946 
tDec. 4, 1945 
Dec. 29, 1945 
Aug. 21, 1946 
Oct. 31, 1946 
tMar. 11, 1946 

tSept. 19, 1946 

Mar. 14, 1945 
Apr. 29,1946 
Oct. 30,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 25,1946 
Sept. 8,1946 
Nov. 19, 1943 
Jan. 29,1946 
Dec. 4,1944 
tJuly 1, 1946 
JApr. 11,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Mar. 19, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Nov. 27, 1944 

Jan. 4, 1946 

Dec. 3, 1945 

Nov. 12, 1946 
Oct. 16,1945 
Mar. 25, 1946 
Mar. 4,1946 

Sept. 28, 1946 

Nov. 14, 1946 

Apr. 28,1944 
July 29,1946 
Nov. 25, 1944 
May 23, 1946 


FSS-4 






FSO-4 






FSO-6 






FSO-6 




William R. Laidlaw, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Philhprt Deyman, vicfi cniiRiil 


FSS-12 


EGYPT 

Cairo (E) 


S.' Pinkney Tuck, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 




rso-2 




Jefferson Patterson, counselor of embassy 


rso-2 




Piiilip W. Ireland, attache 


rSR-3 




Ralph B Curren, attachfe ' 


FSR 3 




Don Lawrence SuUivan, asst. petroleum attache.. 


FSR-4 
FSR-4 




Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 




John A. Embry, asst. cml. attache 


FSO-4 




Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; consul. 


FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Robert Bailey Elwood, asst. agricultural attache.. 

Wendell S. Howard, special disbursing agent 

John E. Devine, films and recordings officer 

Norman J. Bentley, special asst. to acting public- 

aflairs officer. 
William Jules Handley, attache 


FSS-6 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 

FSS-IO 






FSS-10 




Enoch S. Duncan, third secretary; vice consul 

John Francis Onllnn, vicp. consul 


FSO-6 

FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col. William K. McNown, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Capt. Dewitt C. E. Hamberger, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Leslie H. Wyman, asst. military attache. 

Maj. Floyd A. Spencer, asst. military attache 

Maj. David N. Harmon, asst. military air attache.. 
Lt. Comdr. Noel R. Bacon, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. George J. Miller, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Ensign Comehus E. Smyth, asst. naval attache... 

Hooker A. Doolittle, consul general 










FSO-6 






FSS-12 


Port Said (C) 


PhDip Ernst, vice consul. 


FSS-10 



> Assigned also to Quito. 

2 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran. 



18 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


EL SALVADOR 


^ 






San Salvador (E) 


John F. Simmons, ambassador extraordinary and 


Sept. 21, 1944 


FSO-CM 




plenipotentiary. 








■ Graham Sheppard Quate, agricultm-al attache '... 


Apr.. 5,1945 


FSS-5 




Robert E. Wilson, second secretary; consul.. _ 


tJan. 9, 1946 


FSO-4 




Owen R. Hutchinson, public-affairs officer... 


Aug. 27,1946 


FSR-4 




Edward J. Shahady, econ. analyst 


Aug. 21, 1944 


FSS-8 




Leslie Albion Squires, third secretary; vice consul. 


June 21,1946 


FSO-6 




Richard H. Donald, third secretary; vice consul... 


Sept. 9,1946 


FSO-6 




Jack R. Johnstone, vice consul 


Aug. 22, 1945 


FSS-12 




James Q. Abies, vice consul 


Mar. 13, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Capt. William D. Ziler, military attache -. 


JMay 1,1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 






Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 






attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air 


Feb. 14,1945 






attache. 








Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache. . 


May 2,1945 






Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 


Nov. 27, 1946 






attache. 








Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 


Sept. 30, 1946 






naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Feb. 1, 1946 






naval attache for air. 








1st Lt. Arnold O. Fischer, asst. naval attache and 


July 31,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






ESTONIA 








Legation at Tallinn closed. 








ETmOPIA 








Addis Ababa (L).. 


Felix Cole, envoy extraordinary and minister plen- 


Feb. 20, 1945 


FSO-CM 




ipotentiary. 








William H. Beach, first secretary; consul 


Feb. 20,1946 


FSO-3 




Ralph B. Curren, attache]|' 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-3 




Donald H. Nichols, vice consul 


Nov. 29, 1943 


FSS-11 




Harlan Southerland, vice consul 


tNov. 13, 1945 


FSS-12 


(MA)-_. 


Col. William K. McNown, military attache and 


Nov. 13, 1946 






military air attache. 








Lt. Col. Leslie H. Wyman, asst. military attache. . . 


Nov. 12,1946 






Maj. Floyd A. Spencer, asst. military attache 


Nov. 12, 1946 






Maj. David N. Harmon, asst. military air attache. 


Nov. 12, 1946 





• Assigned also to Guatemala and Tegucigalpa; resident in Guatemala. 

2 Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



19 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment - 


Category 
and class 


FINLAND 

Helsinki (L). 


Maxwell M. Hamilton, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 


Sept. 25, 1945 

Sept. 3,1946 
tAug. 28,1945 

Oct. 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Jan. 21, 1946 

Oct. 29,1946 
tAug. 28, 1945 

Jan. 24,1946 

Oct. 24,1945 
Nov. 27, 1945 

June 17,1946 
Sept. 23, 1946 

tNov. 25, 1944 

Sept. 19, 1945 

Sept. 13, 1944 

July 1, 1946 
Sept. 2,1944 
June 13,1945 
May 31,1946 
July 13,1946 
Jan. 10,1946 
Oct. 5, 1944 
Dec. 19.1945 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Nov. 29, 1944 
Feb. 16,1945 
Oct. 18,1944 
Oct. 16,1944 
Aug. 12,1946 
Sept. 17, 1946 
Dec. 27,1946 
Oct. 6, 1944 
June 25,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 5, 1944 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Oct. 2. 1944 
tMay 10,1945 
tJan.i 20, 1945 


PSO-CM 




rSR-2 




Benjamin M. Hulley, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 

FSS-4 




Henry F. Arnold, public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 




Archibald R. Randolph, asst. cml. attache 

Alfred T. Wellborn, second secretary; consul 

Caspar D. Green, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 

FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(France) 

Paris (E) . 


Lt. Col. Victor Charles Warren, military attache.. 
Com dr. Francis A. Klaveness, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Capt. Igor A. Qregorieff, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Edward Ryan, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Jefferson Caffery, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Daniel J. Reagan, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 
Hugh S. Fullerton, counselor of embassy; consul 

general. 

Douglas H. Schneider, public-alfairs officer 

Gerald A. Drew, first secretary; consul 


FSO-CM 




FSO-l 

FSO-1 

FSR-2 
FSO-3 




Walter N. Walmsley, Jr., first secretary; consul. .. 

James C. H. Bonbright, counselor of embassy 

Thomas C. Wasson, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 




Charles J. Little, sr. econ. analyst 


rss-2 




Barton P. Jenks, attache 


FSR-3 






FSO-3 




Charles H. Ducote, asst. cml. attache 


FSO-3 




John N. Plakias, attache 


rSR-3 






FSR-4 




Richard Eldridge, attache 


FSR-4 




Samuel E. Perkins, attache 


FSR-4 




William Edward Share, attache 


FSR-4 




Russell S. McClure, attache 


FSR-4 






FSS-4 






rss-4 






FSR-4 




Turner C. Cameron, Jr., sr. econ. analyst. 

Sylvain R. Loupe, communications officer 

Norris B. Chipman, second secretary; consul 

Ivan B. White, second secretary; consul 

Douglas MacArthur, 2d, second secretary; consul.. 

Elim O'Shaughnessy, second secretary; consul 

Robert M. Taylor, second secretary; consul 


FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 



Assigned also to and resident in Stockholm. 
Assigned also to Luxembourg and Brussels. 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS— Con. 

(France)— Continued 




Dec. 5, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 16,1945 
Nov. 4,1946 
Dec. 20,1946 
Aug. 29,1944 
May 18,1945 
tSept. 16, 1946 
Oct. 15,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 26,1944 
Oct. 30,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
June 26,1946 
Dec. 29,1944 
Sept. 14, 1944 
Oct. 25,1944 
Nov. 20, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1944 
Mar. 31,1945; 

tOct. 18,1946 
Apr. 8, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Sept. 18, 1944 
Oct. 9, 1944 
Sept. 21, 1944 
tMar. 8,1946 
tNov. 28. 1945 
Aug. 22,1946 

tJune 9,1945 
Apr. 23,1946 
July 19,1946 
Aug. 20, 1946 
Dec. 3,1946 

tAug. 12,1946 
Dec. 3,1946 
July 9, 1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
June 15,1945 
July 13,1945 
Aug. 4,1945 
Jan. 2, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 

June 12,1946 
July 31,1946 

Mar. 28. 1945 


FSO-4 




Howard C. Rice, Jr., librarian 


FSR^ 




Walter Smith, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 




Jean A. Graffis, information officer 


FSR-4 




Leslie Snowden Brady, acting cultural officer 

John R Wood vice consul; attach^ 


FSR-4 
FSS-6 




William M. Gibson, sr. econ. analyst 

Ridgway B. Knight, special asst 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 




John Henrv Kellv, econ. analyst 


FSS-6 




Norman S. Jacobs, press officer 

Harold Kaplan, asst. information officer 

John H. Tobler, acting press attache 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-7 




Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attache •. 
Simon J. Copans, radio officer 

Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 
John G. Hrones, vice consul 


FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-8 




Cyrus B Follmer, vice consul 


FSS-8 






FSS-8 




William S. Patten, econ. analyst 

E. Allen Fidel, econ. analyst 

Laurence J. Daymont, vice consul; special dis- 
bursing agent. 


FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 




Ernest L. Eslinger, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Claude T. Lanier, admin, officer 

Leslie A. Weisenburg, vice consul 

Keeler Faus third secretary; vice consul 


FSS-8 
FSS-8 
Fs6-5 




Florence Palmer attache 


FSS-9 




Gordon J. Wright, third secretary; vice consul 

Cabot Sedgwick, third secretary; vice consul 

Francis Henry Colombat, third secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSS-10 




Harry H. Bell, third secretary; vico consul 

Richard Sears, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

John X. Carrier, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard C. Desmond, third secretary; vice consul. 
Richard H. Stephens, third secretary; vice consul. 

Harry R. Zerbel, third secretary; vice consul 

Leonard R Morev, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Marcelle Henry prcs officer 


FSS-H 




Robert J Moore vice consul 


FSS-12 




Robert M Schneider vice consul 


FSS-12 




Melville E Osborne vice consul 


FSS-12 




Edward J Krause vice consul 


FSS-12 




Donald Bloomingdale, attache 


FSS-12 


(MA&NA).... 


Brig. Gen. Foster J. Tate, military attache. 

Capt. Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Col. Francis B. Valentine, military air attache. ... 









Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, and Luxembourg. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



21 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


FBANCE AND 








POSSESSIONS— Con. 








(France)— Continued 








Paris (E)-Continued 








(MA & NA)-Coii 


Col. Thomas W. Hammond, Jr., asst. mUitary 
attache. 


Oct. 9,1945 






Col. Robert F. Hyatt, asst. military attache.. 


Nov. 13, 1946 






Lt. Col. Paul Birdsall, asst. mihtary attache 


July 30,1946 






Maj. E. R. Warner McCabe, Jr., asst. military 


Feb. 21,1945 






attache. 








Maj. Thomas W. Sharkey, asst. military attache.. 


Oct. 9, 1945 






Maj. John S. Wood, Jr., asst. mihtary attache.... 


Oct. 9, 1945 






Capt. Stephen J. Campbell, asst. mihtary attache. 


Sept. 21, 1945 






Capt. Edward H. Germann, asst. military attache. 


Mar. 7,1946 






Lt. Col. Robert D. Van Auken, asst. military air 


Mar. 11,1946 






attache. 








Capt. Francois C. B. Jordan, asst. naval attache 


Mar. 4,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. John G. Williams, asst. naval attache 


Sept. 4,1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Bernard Steele, asst. naval attache 


Nov. 21, 1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. James C. Longino, asst. naval attache 


June 12,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Paul F. Brine, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Oct. 4, 1945 






naval attache for air. 






Bordeaux (C) 


Wain Wright Abbott, consul general 


Sept. 10,1945 


FSO-3 




Elmer S. Dorsay, public-aSairs officer 


{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




Frank Cussans, vice consul 


Dec. 10,1944 
tJuly 15,1946 
June 7, 1945 


FSS-9 




Donald S. King, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Walter W. Wiley, vice consul 


FSS-12 




Julia Louise Wooster, vice consul 


Nov. 14, 1946 


FSS-12 


Cherbourg (C)... 


George D. Whittinghill, vice consul 


Sept. 30,1946 


FSS-12 


Le Havre (C).. 


James E. Parks, consul . 


Jan. 17,1945 
Apr. 6, 1945 


FSO-3 




Reinhard W. Lamprecht, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Arthur Potter Allen, vice consul 


tJune 15,1946 


FSS-12 


Lyon (C) 


Russell M. Brooks, consul 


Nov. 21, 1944 
June 3,1946 


FSO-3 




Robert M. Sheehan, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Joseph J. Montllor, vice consul 


Sept. 9,1946 
tDec. 29,1944 


FSO-6 


Marseille (C) 


Herve J. L'Heureux, consul general 


FSO-3 




George E. Rehm, public-affairs officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




Boies C. Hart, Jr., consul 


tSept. 18, 1946 


FSO-5 




William H. Christensen, consul 


Oct. 29,1946 
Oct. 3, 1944 
tDec. 29,1945 
Oct. 15,1946 
Aug. 17,1945 


FSO-5 




Edward S. Parker, vice consul 


FSS-9 




Thomas D. Bowie, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Walter M Walsh, vice consul. 


FSS-10 




Leonard G. Bradford, vice consul 


FSS-11 




William H. Friedman, vice consul 


Oct. 31,1946 
Dec. 29,1944 


FSO-6 


Nice(C) 


Hartwell Johnson, consul i 


FSO-4 




Sheldon B. Vance, vice consul • 


Mar. 21, 1946 
Dec. 6, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1945 
July 19,1946 


FSO-6 




Charles B. Beylard, vice consul ' 


FSS-10 


Strasbourg (C)... 


Richard W. Byrd, consul 


FSO-4 




Edwin D. Crowley, vice consul 


FSO-6 



Assigned also to Monaco. 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Name and title 



Date of as- Category 
signment and i " 



FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS— Con. 



(Possessions) 

Algiers, Algeria (CO).. 



Dakar, French West Africa 
(CO). 



Hanoi, French Indochina 

(C). 
Martinique, French West 

Indies (C). 
Nonmfia, New Caledonia (C). 
Saigon, French Indochina 

(CO). 



Tahiti, Society Islands, Oce- 
ania (C). 
Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 
Tunis, Tunisia (CO) 



Berlin (Office of the United 
States Political Adviser on 
German Affairs).' 



Harold D. Finley, consul general 

Roland K. Beyer, vice consul 

John T. Black, public-affairs officer 

Joseph F. Walker, vice consul 

Howard Brandon, vice consul 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul 

John H. Randolph, vice consul 

Jack C. Spinx, vice consul- 

Hasell H. Dick, consul general 

Robert Orinnell, consul 

Hubert H. Buzbee, Jr., vice consul 

William S. Krason, vice consul 

James L. O'Sullivan, vice consul 

Edwin C. Rendall, vice consul 

Frederick D. Hunt, vice consul 

Angelo D. Valenza, vice consul 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul 

Charles S. Reed, 2d, consul 

Joseph A. Robinson, public-affairs officer 
Charles T. Caddock, public-affairs 

Albert W. Stoffel, vice consul 

Richard J. Coughlin, vice consul 

Jeanne R. Skewes, public-affairs asst 
Scudder Mersman, vice consul. 

Robert F. Fernald, consul general... 
Oeorge Oregg Fuller, consul general. 

Jerome R. Lavallee, vice consul 

Donald A. Dumont, vice consul 

L. Pittman Springs, vice consul 

Thomas T. Turner, vice consul 



Robert D. Murphy, United States political ad- 



Donald R. Heath, counselor of mission ■. 

Loyd V. Steere, counselor of mission. 

Edward J. Kerrigan, director of European relay 



Marshall M. Vance, counselor of mission; consul 
general. 

Warren M. Chase, Foreign Service officer 

William P. Cochran, Jr., Foreign Service officer. 

Francis Deak, civil air attaches 

Jacob D. Beam, Foreign Service officer 

Horace H. Smith, Foreign Service officer 

Gerald A. Mokma, consul 

William Bruce Lockling, attache 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, attache 



tOct. 16,1945 
May 3,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Aug. 22,1946 
Dee. 16,1944 
June 8, 1945 
Feb. 4, 1946 
Jan. 23,1946 

{Apr. 10,1946 
Oct. 10,1945 
Jan. 3, 1946 
July 30,1946 
Oct. 30, 1946 
Nov. 1, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Nov. 25, 1944 
Sept. 17, 1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 
Jan. 8, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 10,1922 

tFeb. 8,1946 
tAug. 1, 1945 
July 19,1946 
July 30,1946 
June 13,1935 
Sept. 30, 1946 



Sept. 15, 1944 

Nov. 1,1944 
tAug. 27, 1945 
Sept. 30, 1946 

May 16,1946 

Nov. 2,1945 
Dec. 5, 1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
Oct. 16,1944 
Apr. 26,1946 
Aug. 22,1946 
Nov. 4,1944 
Jan. 15,1945 



• This office performs consular functions. 
2 With the personal rank of ambassador. 
« Assigned also to Belgrade, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, Sofia, 



Vienna; resident in Bern. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



23 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



GERMAN Y— Continued 

Berlin (Office of the United 
States Political Adviser on 
German Affairs)— Con. 



Bremen (C) . 



Bremerhaven (VC) 

Frankfort on the Main (CG) 



Wesley Clifford Haraldson, sr. econ. analyst 

John P. Walsh, executive officer of European relay 
bases. 

Jay George Diamond, agricultural officer 

Brewster H. Morris, secretary 

Perry Laukhuflf, secretary... 

Carmel Offie, Foreign Service officer 

Ernest deW. Mayer, Foreign Service officer' 

John Theodore Krumpelmann, attache 

Richard W. Griswold, econ. analyst... _. 

J. Kittredge Vinson, consul 

Andrew Edward Hanney, vice consul 

Francis R. Gasser, econ. analyst 

John A. Calhoun, vice consul 

Francis A. Lane, vice consul... 

Robert M. Berry, vice consul 

W. Wendell Blancke, vice consul 

Daniel W. Montenegro, vice consul 

Charles M. Rice, special disbursing officer 

Louis G. Levine, econ. analyst 

Thomas Edmund Bmke, vice consul 

Walter H. Bailey, attache _.. 

Louis A. Wiesner, vice consul 

Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul 

Thomas B. Stauffer, Foreign Service officer 

Stephen A. Koczak, Foreign Service officer 

Erwin W. Wcndt, vice consul 

Parker D. Wyman, vice consul.. 

James S. Sutterlin, vice consul 

Thomas J. Dunnigan, vice consul 

Ralph S. Collins, vice consul 

John P. MacDonald, vice consul 

Don B. Re>'nolds, vice consul 

Roy E. Foulke, vice consul 

Warren L. Swope, vice consul 

Jordan T. Rogers, vice consul 



Maurice W. Altaffer, consul general. 

Martin J. Hillenbrand, consul 

Don A. Gribble, vice consul 

Bernard F. Heiler, vice consul 

LeRoy F. Percival, Jr., vice consul.. 

Elliott H. Miller, vice consul 

Evernghim Blake, vice consul 

Malcolm R. Dougherty, vice consul. 

Howard L. Nelson, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul.. 

Culver Gidden, vice consul 

Sydney B. Redecker, consul general. 

Walter W. Hoffman, consul 

Leonard N. Caswell, vice consul 

David J. S. Manbey, vice consul 

James P. Osbourn, vice consul 

David K. Hammond, vice consul 

John N. von der Lieth, vice consul... 

Donald W. McAvoy, vice consul 

Carl Biebers, Jr., vice consul 

John J. Degan, vice consul 

Assigned also as consul at Baden-Baden, Germany. 



Oct. 17, 1945 
tOct. 0, 1946 

Oct. 10,1945 
Dec. 8, 1944 
Jan. 8, 1945 
Jan. 25,1946 
June 21,1946 
Mar. 12, 1945 
Aug. 8,1945 
Aug. 21,1946 
July 19,1946 
Dec. 4, 1945 
June 20,1946 
Apr. 12,1945 



IJune 17,1946 

JAug. 12,1946 
Apr. 2, 1945 
Oct. 15,1945 
June 29,1946 
Sept. 23, 1946 

JDec. 29,1945 
Aug. 22,1946 
Oct. 18,1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
-Apr. 12,1945 

tAug. 12,1946 
July 19,1946 
Aug. 20,1946 
Mar. 13, 1945 
Apr. 1, 1946 
Apr. 5, 1946 
Apr. 10,1946 
Apr. 15,1946 
July 26,1946 



tApr. 
tApr. 
July 
Aug. 
July 
Feb. 
May 
May 
May 
Sept. 
July 
tMar. 
Jan. 
July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
tApr. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
May 



11,1946 
11,1946 
20, 1946 

1, 1946 
29, 1946 
25, 1946 
14, 1946 
14, 1946 
14, 1946 
18, 1946 
12,1946 

1,1946 
21. 1946 
20, 1946 
31,1946 

7, 1946 
22, 1946 

16. 1945 
7, 1946 

18. 1946 
14, 1946 



FSO-2 

FSO-5 
FSR-5 

FSS-8 

rso-6 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-8 

FSO-2 

FSO-4 

FSR-5 

FSO-6 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 

FSS-12 



24 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



GERMANY— Continued 



Hamburg (CO). 



Munich (CG). 



Stuttgart (C). 



GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRELAND 



Name and title 



Edward M. Groth, consul general 

Kichard S. Huestis, consul 

David H. McKillop. Foreign Service officer 

Frederic S. Armstrong, Jr., vice consul 

Dajrton S. Mak, vice consul 

Francis J. Galbraith, vice consul - 

William Browne Kelly, vice consul 

William F. O'Donnell, 3d, vice consul. 

James R. Wilkinson, consul general 

E. Tomlin Bailey, consul.. 

Russell W. Benton, consul 

Augustus Ostertag, vice consul 

Boyce E. Powell, disbursing officer 

John M. Kavanaugh, vice consul 

Wallace Clarke, vice consul 

Sverre M. Backe, vice consul 

Robert W. Beghtol, vice consul 

Charles W. Thomas, vice consul 

William 0. Jones, 3d, vice consul 

Delmar R. Carlson, vice consul.. 

Howard C. Goldsmith, vice consul... 

Thomas A. Moore, vice consul 

Benjamin J. Ruyle, vice consul. 

A. Dana Hodgdon, consul general... 

Frederick J. Mann, consul 

W. Paul O'Neill, Jr., vice consul 

Reed P. Robinson, vice consul 

Carvel Painter, vice consul 

Adelphos H. TePaske, vice consul.. 

Lewis G. Conover, vice consul 

Seymour M. Finger, vice consul 

Frank Kinney Schilling, vice consul 

William C. Rhodes, vice consul 

Elbert R. Williams, vice consul... 

Richard Edmund Aspy, vice consul 



ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Waldemar J. Oallman, counselor of embassy • 

Harry C. Hawkins, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs.' 

Don C. Bliss, cml. attache 

Paul 0. Nyhus, agricultural attach^ — 

George Tait, counselor of embassy; consul general . 

Lewis Clark, counselor of embassy... 

Eldon L. Bailey, attach^ 

Paul R. Porter, deputy chief of mission for econ. 

affairs. 
Robert E. Asher, special asst. to chief of mission for 

econ. affairs. 
Charles W. Jeffers, special asst. to chief of mission 

for econ. affairs. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 


18,1946 


Jan. 


24,1946 


Oct. 


16, 1945 


tJuly 


15, 1946 


Jan. 


25, 1946 


Jan. 


29, 1946 


Jan. 


29, 1946 


Jan. 


29, 1946 


Mar 


13, 1946 


July 


5,1946 


Oct. 


15, 1946 


Dec. 


4, 1945 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


tAug. 


12, 1946 


Feb. 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1946 


Jan. 


5, 1946 


Jan. 


5, 1946 


Jan. 


30, 1946 


Feb. 


14, 1946 


Feb. 


14, 1946 


Feb. 


25, 1946 


Feb. 


25, 1946 


Feb. 


28.1946 


Upr. 


11, 1946 


Aug. 


23, 1946 


Feb. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 


13, 1945 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


Feb. 


13, 1946 


Feb. 


13, 1946 


Feb. 


21, 1946 


Feb. 


25, 1946 


Feb. 


25, 1946 


Mar 


5, 1946 



Jan. 7, 1944 
Sept. 12, 1944 

tApr. 15,1943 

May 5, 1945 

Feb. 8, 1946 

Aug. 26,1946 

Sept. 19, 1946 
tSept. 1,1946 

Oct. 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 FSS- 



> With the honorary rank of minister. 
» With the rank of minister. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



25 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GREAT BRITAIN AND 








NORTHERN IRE- 








LAND— Continued 








London (E)— Continued 


Everett F. Drumriglit, first secretary; consul 


July 24,1946 


FSO-3 




Lawrence C. Vass, attach^ 


Dec. 19,1946 


FSS-1 




Roy I. Kimmel, asst. agricultural attache 


Nov. 16, 1945 


FSS-2 




Harris R. Huugerford, sr. econ. analyst 


July 9, 1945 


FSR-3 




Howard C. Bugbee, attache 


Oct. 2, 1944 


FSS-2 




Charles W. Ferguson, cultural oflScer 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-3 




Edwin W. Kenworthy, information officer 


Oct. 11,1946 


FSR-3 




Sargent B. Child, librarian 


Nov. 12, 1946 


FSR-3 




Henry E Stebbins, first secretary; consul 


tJan. 26, 1943 


FSO-3 




Robert D. Coe, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 2, 1941 


FSO-3 




Avery F. Peterson, first secretary; consul 


Mar. 17, 1942 


FSO-3 




James C. Sappmgton, 3d, first secretary; consul- .. 


Feb. 22,1945 


FSO-3 




Samuel D. Berger, attache 


Dec. 4, 1945 


FSR^ 




Fred Taylor, agricultural commissioner 


Oct. 20, 1944 


FSS-3 




William Harry J. Mclutyre, attache 


Jan. 22, 1946 


FSR-4 




Theodore Geiger, admin, officer for mission for 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-4 




econ. aflairs. 








Landi-eth M. HaiTison, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 7, 1945 


FSO^ 




Livingston Satterthwaite, civil air attache i 


tJuly 25,1944 


FSO-4 




Claude H. Hall, Jr., second secretary; consul 


Aug. 31,1945 


FSO-4 




Kathleen Molesworth, second secretary; consul 


June 28,1946 


FSO^ 




George Lewis Jones, Jr., second secretary; consul.. 


July 13,1946 


FSO-4 




Louis K. Benjamin, property-liquidation officer... 


Oct. 6, 1946 


FSS-5 




Mulford A. Colebrook, second secretary; consul. __ 


tMar. 9,1942 


FSO^ 




Fred K. Salter, second secretary; vice consul 


July 19,1941 


FSO^ 




Robert P. Chalker, second secretary; vice consul.. 


Mar. 11, 1944 


FSO-4 




Jule B. Smith, asst. cml. attach^ 


June 21,1945 
July 17,1946 


FSO-4 




David A. Thomasson, second secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
Eldred D. Kuppinger, second secretary; consul... 


FSO-4 




Aug. 17,1946 


FS0--1 




W. Stratton Anderson, Jr., second secretary; consul. 


Aug. 22,1946 


FSO-4 




Alexander B. Toth, publications officer 


May 5, 1945 


FSS-6 




Laurence E. Andrews, asst. to head of news service- 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Miriam Camp, econ. analyst for mission for econ. 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-6 




affairs. 








John F. Hamilton, asst. to head of news service.... 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Joseph Polakoff, asst. to head of news service 


|Nov. 13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Henry B. Cannon, cultural-relations officer 


Oct. 31,1945 


FSS-7 




Donald B. Calder, second secretary; vice consul... 


June 2,1941 


FSO-5 




John J. Coyle, attache; vice consul 


Oct. 17, 1933 


FSS-S 




Herbert W. Carlson, attache; vice consul 


Aug. 17, 1942 
Mar. 22, 1945 


FSS-8 




Louis L. Widmer, vice consul; special disbursing 


FSS-8 




agent. 








Katherine A. H. Egerton, admin, officer 


JJune 1, 1945 


FSS-S 




Lee Murray, attache 


tJune 6, 1944 


FSS-8 




Gizella I. Huber, econ. analyst 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-8 




Mary P. Ragatz, admin, officer 


tAug. 25,1946 


FSS-8 




Ii-ven M. Eitreim, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 28, 1944 


FSO-5 




Charles B. Borell, vice consul 


{Dec. 5, 1945 


FSS-9 




William J. Ford, third secretary; vice consul 


{Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 




Florence Jean Shuman, econ. analyst 


Feb. 26,1945 
Mar. 29, 1945 


FSS-10 




Louise MacMillan, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 




Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul 


Oct. 15,1945 
Sept. 11, 1946 


FSS-10 




Cornelius J. Dwyer, third secretary; vice consul... 


FSO-6 




John Wilham Jehch, Jr., vice consul 


{Sept. 26, 1946 
Aug. 21, 1946 


FSS-ll 




Kingdon W. Swayne, third secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-6 



Assigned also to Dublin and The Hague. 



26 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GREAT BRITAIN AND 








NORTHERN IRE- 








LAND— Continued 








London (E)— Con 


Norah Alsterlund, vice consul 


|May 19, 1946 


FSS-12 




Edith A. Stensby, vice consul _ 


JApr. 13, 1946 


FSS-12 




Frederick W. Thomas, vice consul 


May 2, 1945 


FSS-12 




James T. Rush, vice consul 


{Nov. 5,1945 


FSS-12 




Ballard R. Donnell, vice consul; admin, asst 


Feb. 10,1946 


FSS-12 




Ernest K. Griffin, vice consul 


tSept. 3,1946 


FSS-12 


(MA& NA) 


Maj. Gen. Clayton L. Bissell, military attache 
and military air attache. 


Mar. 21, 1946 












Commodore Tully Shelley, naval attache _ 


tJuly 22,1946 






Capt. Robert F. Hickey, asst. naval attache and 


Oct. 25,1945 






naval attache for air. 








Col. Carnes B. Lee, asst. military attache 


Nov. 11,1943 






Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 


Apr. 15,1946 






Col. Joseph A. Holly, asst. military attache 


July 2, 1946 






Col. Ernest C. Bomar, asst. military attache 


Sept. 26, 1946 






Lt. Col. Charles Y. Allen, asst. military attache. . . 


Feb. 7,1946 






Lt. Col. Stuart W. Don, asst. mihtary attache.... 


Apr. 16,1946 






Lt. Col. Maurice B. Lampl, asst. military attache. 


Apr. 29,1946 






Lt. Col. Carl Z. Berry, asst. military attache 


June 13,1946 






Maj. Linus F. G. Goyette, asst. military attache.. 


Apr. 11,1946 






Capt. Frederick W. Hall, asst. military attache... 


Mar. 25, 1946 






Capt. Charles E. Robertson, asst. military attache. 


Mar. 25, 1946 






Capt. Jack H. Whitson, asst. military attache 


Apr. 5, 1946 






Capt. Ross L. Collins, asst. military attache 


June 28, 1946 






Col. John S. Griffith, asst. military air attache 


Mar. 13, 1946 






Col. William B. Kieffcr, asst. military air attache. 


May 13,1946 






Col. John B. Ackerman, asst. military air attache. 


July 16,1946 






Maj. Everett C. Rowe, asst. military air attache. . 


May 21, 1946 






Commodore Robert E. Robinson, Jr., asst. naval 


Jan. 21,1946 






attache for research. 








Capt. Charles M. Tooke, asst. naval attache 


Nov. 29, 1945 






Capt. Herbert C. Chandler, asst. naval attache. . . 


Mar. 4,1946 






Capt. Arthur W. Loy, asst. naval attache 


Sept. 26, 1946 






Capt. John B. Pearson, asst. naval attache and 


Oct. 22,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Robert L. Taylor, asst. naval attache 


July 25,1945 






Comdr. Peter Belin, asst. naval attache and asst. 


July 24,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Grant C. Manson, asst. naval attache and 


July 24,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Writner Hostetter, asst. naval attache. 


July 3, 1942 




Belfast, Northern Ireland 


Quincy F. Roberts, consul 


Sept. 4,1942 


FSO-3 


(CQ). 


William Francis Ayer, vice consul 


Aug. 25,1944 


FSS-12 




Imogene E. Ellis, vice consul 


Oct. 17,1944 


FSS-12 




Charles C. Adams, Jr., vice consul 


June 25,1946 


FSS-12 


Birmingham, England (C)... 


Samuel Sokobin, consul 


Aug. 29, 1944 


FSO-3 




Hugh E. Russell, vice consul 


Oct. 4, 1945 


FSS-12 


Bradford, England (C) 

Bristol, England (C) 


Joseph G. Groeninger, consul 


Oct. 6, 1941 


FSO-4 


Paul H. Pearson, consul 


Jan. 28,1946 


FSO-4 




Luther A. Thomas, 2d, vice consul 


May 3,1945 


FSS-12 


Cardiff, Wales (C) 


Henry 0. Ramsey, vice consul ' 


tApr. 11,1945 


FSS-7 


Edinburgh, Scotland (C) 


Henry B. Day, consul 


Oct. 2, 1946 


FSO-3 




John F. Clafiey, vice consul.^ 


Sept. 4,1946 


FSS-9 



I Temporarily, 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



27 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NOKTHEBN IRE- 
LAND— Continued 

Glasgow, Scotland (C) 




Mar. 14,1946 
June 26,1946 
Jan. 3, 1946 
Sept. 11.1946 
Nov. 2,1945 
tMar. 16, 1944 
June 7, 1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Feb. 12,1946 
Oct. 19,1945 
Feb. 17,1942 
Sept. 24, 1946 
June 13,1935 
June 7, 1945 
Mar. 25, 1944 
Sept. 10, 1946 

Mar. 13, 1944 
Feb. 24,1945 


FSO-2 


David O. Nes, vice consul 


F80-6 

FSS-12 






FSO-4 




Arne T. Fliflet, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Liverpool, England (C) 


C Porter Kuykendall consul general 


FSO-3 




FSS-9 






FSO-6 


Manchester, England (C)..._ 




FSO-3 


W. Milbourne Neighbors, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Newcastle-on-TjTie, Eng- 


Charles H. Heisler, consul 


FSO-3 




FSS-12 


Plymouth, England (C) 

Southampton, England (C) . 




FSS-9 




FSO-2 




FSS-8 




Levi Pease Smith, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 


(Europe) 




FSO-3 






FSS-12 


Malta (C)" 






(Other Asia) 
Aden, Aden (C).. 




Oct. 30,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Jan. 27,1945 
Mar. 21, 1946 
July 19,1946 
Oct. 25,1943 
Sept. 17, 1945 
Dec- 23, 1946 
Nov. 26, 1945 
Oct. 23,1945 
Oct. 30,1946 
Jan. 18,1946 
Nov. 28, 1945 
Apr. 11,1946 
July 1, 1946 

Feb. 6, 1946 
Mar. 26, 1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Sept. 20, 1945 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 5,1946 
June 2, 1946 

IMar. 8,1946 
July 19,1946 
Jan. 8, 1946 


FSO-5 






FSO-6 






FSS-12 


Colombo, Ceylon (C) 


Patrick Mallon, consul . 


FSO-3 




Edward L. Johnson, vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-12 


Hong Kong (CO) 




FSO-1 






FSO-4 




Arthur Abraham Simpson, econ. analyst 


FSS-8 




Verne G. Staten, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Thomas E. Hoffman, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Nathalie D. Boyd, vice consul 


FSS-10 






FSO-6 






FSO-2 




Frederick L. Jochen, vice consul; public-affairs 

officer. 
Richard E. Usher, vice consul 


FSR-4 
FSO-6 




William L. S. Williams, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Martin P. Detels, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-12 






FSS-12 


Singapore (CO). 




FSO-2 






FSO-4 




Kinsley Twining, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Forrest Shivers, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Ma.x Seitelman, vice consul. 


FSS-12 



1 Not functioning. 

' Assigned also to Macau. 



28 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRE- 
LAND— Continued 

(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West 

Africa (C). 
Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

(CO). 

Mombasa, Kenya, East 

Africa (C). 
Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

(CG). 



(Fiji Islands) 

Suva, Fiji Islands (C) . . . 
(Newfoundland) 



St. John's (CG), 



(Other America) 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, 

British West Indies (C). 
Barbados, B.W.I. (C). 



Belize, British Honduras 

(C). 
Georgetown, British Guiana 

(C). 

Grenada, B. W. I. (C) 

Hamilton, Bermuda (CO)... 

Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I. 
(C). 



Nassau, N. P., Bahamas (C) 



Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B. 
W. I. (C). 



Name and title 



E. Talbot Smith, consul 

Robert B. Houston, Jr., vice consul. 
Winthrop S. Greene, consul general . 

John W. Bowling, vice consul 

Robert C. Johnson, Jr., vice consul.. 
J. William Henry, vice consul 

Joseph I. Touchette, consul... 

Robert B. Houghton, vice consul 

Elmer E. Yelton, vice consul... 

Winfleld H. Scott, consul 

George K. Donald, consul general. __ 
Charles S. Millet, consul 

Lubert O. Sanderhotf, vice consul... 

Robert J. Cavanaugh, consul.. 

John R. Bartelt, Jr., vice consul 

Nicholas A. Fuller, vice consul 

Gardner Richardson, consul 

Samuel H. Young, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul 

R. John Bay, vice consul 

Everett L. Damron, vice consul 

Henry L. Taylor, vice consul 

Clay Merrell, vice consul __ 

Earle J. Richey, vice consul 

Edwin Carl Kemp, consul general.. 

William B. Murray, vice consul 

George F. Kelly, vice consul 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 

Milton C. Walstrom, vice consul 

John H. E. McAndrews, vice consul 

Raymond E. Kolb, vice consul 

Ellis A. Bonnet, consul 

Courtland Christiani, vice consul... 
Benjamin L. Sowell, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



July 
Dec. 

tMar. 
Sept. 
June 
June 

June 
Feb. 
Jan. 



17, 1946 

13. 1945 

27. 1946 
27, 1946 
28, 1945 

6, 1945 

6, 1945 

16. 1945 

22. 1946 



Dec. 19,1945 



Nov. 26, 1945 
Dec. 24,1946 
Sept. 24, 1943 
{Nov. 15, 1945 
tJune 1, 1946 



July 


5, 1945 


July 


17, 1946 


May 


20, 1946 


Oct. 


4, 1946 


Nov. 


25, 1944 


July 


25, 1946 


July 


2, 1946 


July 


2,1945 


July 


20, 1945 


Aug. 


29, 1945 


Sept. 


13, 1946 


tApr. 


1, 1925 


Apr. 


10, 1944 


Mar. 


5, 1945 


Aug. 


24, 1939 


Sept. 


30, 1944 


Oct. 


11, 1945 


Dec. 


6, 1944 


Aug. 


2, 1946 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



29 



Post 



Name and title 



GREECE 

Athens (Athenai) (E)_ 



(MA & NA). 



Patras(C)... 

Salonika (Thessalonike) (C) 



GUATEMALA 



Guatemala (E). 



Lincoln MacVeagh, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
James Hugh Keeley, Jr. , counselor of embassy ; con- 
sul general. 
H. Lawrence Groves, counselor of embassy for 
econ. aflairs. 

Daniel Qaudin, Jr., second secretary; consul 

William Witman, 2d, second secretary; consul 

M. Alison Frantz, cultural officer 

Leonard J. Cromie, second secretary; vice consul.. 

Leopold J. LeClair, information officer 

Claude G. Ross, third secretary; vice consul 

Oliver M.'Marcy, third secretary; vice consul 

Walton C. Hart, vice consul; special disbursing 
agent. 

Robert W. Caldwell, vice consul. 

Stephen A. Rynas, third secretary; vice consul 

Malcolm P. Hallam, vice consul 

Col. Donald N. Wackwitz, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Comdr. Morton Sunderland, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Allen C. Miller, asst. military attache 

Capt. William R. Cory, asst. military attache 

Maj. John A. Mahoney, asst. military air attache. 
Lt. Robert S. Milne, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Bartley P. Gordon, consul 

Raleigh A. Gibson, consul general.. 
Katherine W. Bracken, vice consul. 
George A. Hays, vice consul 



Edwin Jackson Kyle, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Lee R. Blohm, second secretary; consul 

Graham Sheppard Quate, agricultural attache '... 

Paul C. Hutton, second secretary; consul 

Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, first secretary; consul.... 

Rodolfo O. Rivera, cultural-relations officer 

Edward L. Farnsworth, information officer __ 

W. Charles Bridgett, special asst 

Ernest V. Siracusa, third secretary; vice consul.... 

Norman C. Stines, Jr., third secretary 

Nona L. Gardiner, vice consul _ 



Oct. 18,1945 



May; 



1946 



(MA & NA)._ Col. Mark A. Devine, Jr., military attache. 

Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 
attache. 
> Assigned also to San Salvador and Tegucigalpa. 



Nov. 27, 1944 
JFeb. 25,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 21,1944 
Sept. 23, 1946 
Nov. 23, 1945 
Nov. 25, 1944 
July 18,1945 

tJan. 25,1945 
July 17,1946 
Nov. 25, 1944 

Jan. 31,1946 

June 12,1946 

May 21, 1946 
Dec. 16,1946 
Sept. 27, 1946 
Nov. 26, 1945 



June 15,1945 
Sept. 18, 1946 
tAug. 12,1946 
Oct. 7, 1946 



Feb. 9, 1945 

May 22, 1946 
Apr. 5, 1945 
Nov. 1, 1945 
Dec. 27,1945 

{July 1, 1946 
July 1, 1946 

{Dec. 23,1942 
June 19,1946 

{Nov. 30, 1945 

{Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 
Oct. 



8, 1945 
9, 1945 



May 2,1945 
Nov. 27, 1946 



30 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST! JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GUATEMALA— Con. 








Guatemala (E)— Continued 








(MA&NACon.) 


Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 
naval attache and asst. naval attach^ for air. 


Sept. 30, 1946 






Lt. John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 


Feb. 1,1946 






naval attache for air. 








1st Lt. Arnold G. Fischer, asst. naval attache and 


tJuly 31,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






HAITI 








Port-au-Prince (E) 


Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., appointed ambassador 


July 12,1946 


FSO-CM 




extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 








Horatio Mooers, first secretary; consul 


Dec. 4, 1945 


FSO-4 




Maurice D. Needham, public-affairs officer 


Nov. 12, 1946 


FSR-4 




Edward Livingston Tanner, agricultural attache.. 


Jan. 1, 1945 


FSS-5 




William J. Boning, information officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Homer F. Busch, admin, asst.; disbursing officer.. 


Jan. 16,1946 


FSS-10 




John C. Hawley, third secretary; vice consul 


tNov. 30, 1945 


FSO-6 




MarshaU F. Wells, vice consul 


July 14,1945 


FSS-12 


(MA) 


Lt. Col. John W. Romlein, military attache 


Apr. 12,1946 






Col. Edgar E. Glenn, military air attache 


Mar. 28, 1946 






Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. military air 


Nov. 19, 1946 






attache. 






Cap Haitien (CA) 

HONDURAS 


Curtis E Hough, consular agent 


Dec. 28, 1944 










Tegucigalpa (E) 


John D. Erwin, ambassador extraordinary and 


JMar. 27, 1943 






plenipotentiary. 








Graham Sheppard Quate, agricultural attache i... 


Apr. 5, 1945 


FSS-5 




John B. Faust, first secretary; consul 


July 16,1942 


FSO-4 




James H. Webb, Jr., public-affairs officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Fred M. Warren, acting information officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-10 




Albert K. Ludy, Jr., third secretary; vice consul.. 


tDec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 




Kennedy M. Crockett, vice consul 


Mar. 26, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA&NA) 


Lt. Col. Nathan A. Brown, military attache 


tMay 1,1946 






Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 


Oct. 9, 1945 






attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air 


Feb. 14,1945 






attache. 








Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache.. 


May 2, 1945 






Lt. Col. WUlis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 


Nov. 27, 1946 






attache. 








Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 


Sept. 30, 1946 






naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Feb. 1, 1946 






naval attache for air. 








1st Lt. Arnold O. Fischer, asst. naval attache and 


July 31,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






La Ceiba (C) 


Edward J. Lawler, vice consul .. 


May 27, 1946 
Dec. 11,1946 


FSS-12 


San Pedro Sula (C) 


Vincent D. Williams, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Tela(CA) 


Willis E. Walton, consular agent .- 


Sept. 1,1943 





• Assigned also to Guatemala and San Salvador; resident in Guatemala" 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



31 



Post 



HUNGARY 

Budapest (L) 



ICELAND 

Reykjavik (L) 



INDIA 

New Delhi (E).... 



Name and title 



H. F. Arthur Schoenfeld, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Donald F. Bigelow, counselor of legation; consul. 
Harry E. Carlson, consul general; first secretary.. 

Francis Deak, civil air attache i 

Spencer Williams, publlc-atTairs officer 

Lewis E. Revey, information officer 

Robert S. Folsom, second secretary; vice consul.. 

Harry Le Bovit, agricultural economist 

Ernest V. Polutnik, vice consul. 

Alvin M. Bentley, third secretary; vice consul 

James G. McCargar, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Edward P. Prince, third secretary; vice consul 

John F. Morgan, vice consul 

James L. Lee, vice consul; special disbursing agent. 

Fred Qodsey, vice consul 

Robin E. Steussy, third secretary; vice consul 

Q. Edward Reynolds, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Sheldon Thomas, first secretary; consul... 

Joseph H. Rogatnick, econ. analyst.. 

Henry J. Schneider, vice consul 

Edward B. Cleaver, vice consul : 



George R. Merrell, charge d'affaires ad interim 2 .. 
Samuel H. Day, counselor of embassy for econ. 
affairs. 

William C . Johnstone, Jr. , public-affairs officer 

James A. Ross, Jr., cml. attache.. 

Ralph Block, public-affairs officer 

WilUam F. Dickson, agricultural attache 

Ralph B. Curren, attach^ « 

Ernest H. Fisk, asst. public-affairs officer 

T. Eliot Weil, second secretary 

Richard D. Gatewood, second secretary. 

Edwin Davis, admin, officer 

Henry T. Smith, second secretary 

Bernhard J. Paulson, special disbursing agent 

Cleveland B. McKnight, third secretary 

Jane T. Loranger, librarian 



IDec. 15, 1945 

Apr. 11,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
Dec. 26,1946 
JNov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 11,1946 
JNov. 13, 1946 
tJune 6, 1945 
Aug. 22,1946 
Mar. 19, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 
Dec. 13, 1945 
May 9, 1945 
July 13,1945 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Dec. 6, 1946 



Mar. 13, 1946 
Jan. 30,1945 
tJuly 15, 1946 
May 10,1946 



IDec. 17, 1946 
Oct. 21, 1946 

July 1,1946 

{Dec. 17,1946 

July 1, 1946 

tDec. 17,1946 
JNov. 13, 1946 

July 1, 1946 

{Dec. 17,1946 

tDec. 17,1946 

July 1, 1946 

tDec. 17,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

Dec. 3, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 



(MA& NA) Col. Clarence W. Bennett, military attache. tDec. 24,1946 

Capt. James G. Atkins, naval attache and naval Dec. 11, 1946 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Charles E. Caple, military air attache.... tDec. 24, 1946 I 
Col. James D. Barnett, asst. military attache tDec. 23, 1946 I 

1 Assigned also to Belgrade, BerUn, Bern, Bucharest, Praha, Sofia, and Vieima; resident in Bern. 

2 With the rank of mmister. 

s Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



32 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


INDIA— Continued 

New Delhi (E)-Continued 
(MA&NA)-Con 


Lt. Col. Nathaniel R. Hoskot, asst. military at- 
tache. 

Lt. Col. James J. Winn, asst. military attache 

Maj. Alfred W. FurreU, asst. military attache 

Capt. WUliam M. Reynolds, Jr., asst. military air 
attache. 

Lt. Comdr. Leland A. Pyle, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 


tDec. 23,1946 

tDec. 23,1946 
tDec. 23,1946 
tDec. 23,1946 

Dec. 9,1946 

Nov. 12, 1946 
July 19,1946 
Dec. 10,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 20,1946 
Jan. 14,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 11,1946 
Jan. 16,1946 
July 31,1946 
Nov. 12, 1945 

tNov. 15, 1945 
Feb. 1, 1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Dec. 10,1945 

tNov. 13,1946 
June 26,1946 
Sept. 27, 1946 

tOct. 11.1945 
Apr. 18,1945 
June 7,1945 
July 22,1946 
Mar. 21, 1944 

tFeb. 4,1946 
Dec. 26,1945 
Oct. 7,1942 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 12,1944 

Apr. 23,1946 

Dec. 27,1946 
Feb. 15,1944 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 17,1946 
July 21,1945 
Jan. 7, 1946 
Nov. 12, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 22, 1944 
Nov. 14, 1945 

tNov. 15, 1946 

tDec. 15,1945 
July 18,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 








FSO-3 




Henry W. Spielman, agricultural economist 

Walter D. Shackleton, acting public-affairs officer^ 


FSS-7 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 






FSO-5 




Wayne M. Hartwell, librarian 

James V. Martin, Jr , vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSO-6 




Charles D. Withers, vice consul; econ. analyst 

Albert A Rabida vice consul 


FSS-11 
FSS-11 






FSS-12 


Calcutta (CQ). . 




FSO-2 






FSO-4 






rso-4 




Tallmadge Bergen, agricultural oflBcer 


rss-8 




John W. Thomason, 3d, information officer.. 

Helen R. Nieholl, vice consul 


FSR-5 
FSO-6 




Thomas S Bloodworth Jr , vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-12 




Augustus Robert Towers Jr vice consul 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 






FSO-4 






FSO-5 






FSS-12 




Frederick D. Leatherman, vice'consul 


FSS-12 


Madras (C) 


Roy E. B. Bower, consul 


FSO-3 




Stanley R. Chartrand, public-affairs officer 

Louise Schaffner vice consul 


FSR-6 
FSS-12 


IKAN 

Tehran (E) 


George V. Allen, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

W. Perry George, coimselor of embassy 

James Somerville, cml. attache 

Ralph B. Curren, attache « 

Samuel G. Ebling, second secretary; consul 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 

rso-3 

FSR-3 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 






FSS-5 




Evan M. Wilson, second secretary; consul 

Frederic Taylor Gurney, public-affairs officer 

Randall S. Williams, Jr., attache. 

Robert Rossow, Jr., third secretary; vice consul... 


FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-6 

rso-5 

FSS-10 




Herbert D. Spivack, third secretary; vice consul.- 
Edward L. Waggoner, third secretary; vice consul. 
John B. Crume, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



> Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

! Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and New Delhi; resident in Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



33 



IRAN— Continued 



Tehran (E)— Continued 
(MA) 



Tabriz (C). 



IRAQ 

Baghdad (E) 



(MA), 



Basra (C). 



IRELAND (EIRE) 



Dublin (Baile Atha Cliath) 
(I>). 



(MA). 



(CG). 



Cork (C). 



Col. William T. Sexton, military attache 

Maj. Carl P. Garver, military air attach^ 

Capt. Alexis M. Gagarine, asst. military attache. . 
Capt. Paul W. Moomaw, Jr., asst. military attache 
Capt. Archibald B. Roosevelt, Jr., asst. military 
attache. 

F. Lester Sutton, consul 



George Wadsworth, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

Edwin Schoenrich, first secretary; consul 

Ralph B. Curren, attache ■ 

Armin H. Meyer, public-affairs officer. 

Robert B. Memminger, second secretary; consul. 

Victor E. von Lossberg, cml. attache. 

Bayard Le Roy King, vice consul 



Col. John G. White, military attache 

Maj. John L. Ryan, military air attache 

Capt. Albert G. Wing, Jr., asst. military attache.. 



William C. Burdett, Jr., vice consul. 

Wilbur P. Chase, vice consul 

Robert R. Schott, vice consul 



David Gray, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Montgomery H. Colladay, first secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite, civil air attache* 

John C. Pool, second secretary 

Robert M. Beaudry, third secretary 



Col. Keimeth Ray Kreps, military attache and 
military air attache. 



Thomas McEnelly, consul general 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul 

C. Carey White, vice consul 

Archibald A. McFadyen, Jr., vice consul. 

George M. Finch, vice consul 

Sanford Menter, vice consul 

Joseph A. La Freniere, vice consul 



William D. Moreland, Jr., consul- 
Donald A. Lewis, vice consul 

Leonidas M. Parker, vice consul.. 



Date of as- 
signment 



May 18, 1946 
Aug. 12,1944 
June 26,1945 
Feb. 11,1946 
Mar. 4,1946 



Oct. 17,1946 



Nov. 19, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Feb. 13,1945 
Jan. 2, 1946 

May 8,1946 
Dee. 13,1945 
June 13,1946 

Jan. 25,1946 
tJuly 15,1946 
Oct. 10,1945 



b. 16,1940 

tJuly 11,1946 

Aug. 15,1944 

Dec. 2, 1946 

Aug. 2, 1946 

Nov. 15, 1945 



|Apr. 28,1945 
Nov. 8,1940 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Sept. 19, 1946 
Oct. 31,1946 
Oct. 16,1944 
Nov. 14, 1945 

Jan. 14,1946 
Jan. 14,1946 
Oct. 28,1946 



Limerick (C) 

' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 
' Assigned also to London and The Hague; resident in London, 



34 



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Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ITALY 








Rome (Roma) (E) 


James Clement Dunn, appointed ambassador 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 


July 25,1946 


FSO-CM 




Charles A. Livengood, counselor of embassy for 


tFeb. 10,1945 


FSO-1 




econ. affairs. 








David McK. Key, eoimselor of embassy 


Feb. 20,1945 


FSO-2 




Myron L. Black, adviser on shipping 


;Nov. 13, 1946 


FSR-3 




Charles R. Morey, cultural ofHcer__ 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-3 




Homer M. Byington, Jr., first secretary; consul 


Mar. 12, 1945 


FSO-3 




Orville C. Anderson, information officer..' 


July 29,1946 


FSR-3 




Thomas C. Quinn, attache. 


Oct. 8, 1946 


FSR-3 




John F. Huddleston, first secretary; consul 


Aug. 21, 1944 


FSO-3 




J . Wesley Jones, first secretary; consul 


Mar. 5,1945 


FSO-3 




Edward Page, Jr., first secretary; consul. 


Mar. 13, 1946 


FSO-3 




Howard R. Cottam, agricultural attach^ 


Apr. 8, 1946 


FSR-4 




Harry T. Fultz, public-affairs officer 


Nov. 5,1946 


FSR-4 




Nathan B. Salant, asst. agricultural attache. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-5 




John L. Ooshie, second secretary; vice consul 


tFeb. 10,1945 


FSO-4 




Joseph D. Ravotto, asst. information officer 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




John Clarke Adams, labor attache 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Harry R. Stritman, publications-procurement 


Sept. 5,1946 


FSS-6 




officer. 








James Parker Wilson, econ. analyst 


Mar. 29, 1946 


FSS-7 




Philip O . Hodge, librarian ^ 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Victor H. Loftus, vice consul; special disbursing 


Sept. 20, 1944 


FSS-7 




agent. 








B. Miles Hammond, second secretary; vice consul. 


Mar. 14, 1946 


FSO-5 




George D. Henderson, second secretary; consul... 


Oct. 16,1946 


FSO-5 




H. Gardner Ainsworth, second secretary; vice 


tFeb. 10,1945 


FSO-5 




consul. 








Joseph R. Evans, vice consul 


tNov. 15, 1944 


FSS-8 




Vincent La Vista, econ. analyst 


June 12,1945 


FSS-8 




Byron B. Snyder, third secretary; vice consul 


Oct. 11,1944 


FSO-5 




Linton Crook, vice consul. 


Sept. 25, 1944 


FSS-9 




Rex L. Wallick, admin, officer 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-9 




Anthony C. Ravel, admin, asst 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-9 




Joseph N. Greene, Jr., Foreign Service officer 


May 30, 1946 


FSO-6 




Edelen Fogarty, econ. analyst 


Dec. 30, 1944 


FSS-10 




William A. McFadden, third secretary; vice consul. 


Oct. 31,1946 


FSO-6 




Alice Magee, vice consul. 


tNov. 5,1945 


FSS-10 




William S. Caldwell, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Sept. 30, 1946 


FSO-6 




Robert A. Brand, third secretary; vice consul 


Dec. 3, 1946 


FSO-6 




Robert A. Griggs, vice consul 


Dec. 2, 1944 


FSS-12 




Stanley M. Howe, vice consul 


June 9, 1945 


FSS-12 


(MA ANA) 


Col. John M. Willems, military attache 


tMay 20, 1946 






Capt. Hubert W. Chanler, naval attache and naval 


Mar. 20, 1946 






attache for air. 








Col. Benoid E. Glawe, military air attache 


Sept. 30, 1946 






Col. Ernest L. Clough, asst. military attache 


May 14,1946 






Maj. James A. Gray, asst. military attache 


Apr. 19,1946 






Maj. Berrisford H. Walker, asst. military attache.. 


May 1, 1946 






Maj. Woodrow W. Dickey, asst. military air at- 


Mar. 5,1946 






tache. 








Maj. Albert E. Stoll, Jr., asst. military air attache.. 


July 24,1946 






Comdr. Oscar B. Parker, asst. naval attache and 


Mar. 20, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Stanley G. Price, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 11,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 







POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



35 



Name and title 



Date of as- Category 
signment and class 



ITALY— Continued 



Florence (Firenze) (C) . 
Genoa (Genova) (CG). 



Milan (CG). 



Naples (Napoli) (CG). 



Palermo (C). 



Walter W. Orebaugh, consul " 

Dale D. McAdoo, cultural officer 

James A. Collins, Jr., vice consul 

Lester L. Schnare, consul general 

Roger L. Heacock, vice consul 

William E. Knight, 2d, vice consul 

Arthur L. Paddock, Jr., vice consul 

Jean E. N. Baxter, vice consul 

Sophia P. Kearney, vice consul 

Andrew F. Rolle, vice consul 

Charles A. Bay, consul general.. __. 

Albert W.Scott, consul 

Carleton W. Washbume, public-atfairs officer 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul.. 

J. Stanford Edwards, vice consul.. 

Marjorie F. Ferguson, information officer 

Harriet C. Thurgood, vice consul 

Lewis M. Purnell, vice consul. 

Alice G. Mulhern, vice consul 

George L. Brandt, consul general 

Fred W. Jandrey, consul 

William E. Flournoy, Jr., consul 

Joseph B. Costanzo, public-affairs officer 

William L. Blue, vice consul 

James O. Morgan, vice consul 

Harold M. Granata, vice consul 

Robert S. Hoard, vice consul 

Franklin H. Murrell, vice consul 

Darthea Speyer, vice consul 

Aldon M. HofTman, vice consul 

Richard B. Peters, vice consul 

Renwick S. McNiece, consul general 

Julian P. Fromer, public-affairs officer 

Hugh N. Whitaker, vice consul 

Bruce W. Forbes, vice consul. 

Walter Galling, vice consul 

Charles W. Anderson, vice consul 

Richard B. Haven, consul 

Richard M. Tynan, vice consul 

Walter M. Masters, vice consul 



For officers on duty in special 
offices at Rome and Caserta, 
see p. 59. 



JAPAN 

For officers on duty in special 
offices at Tokyo and Yoko- 
hama, see p. 59. 



For officers on duty in special 
office at Seoul, see p. 60. 

I Assigned also to San Marino. 



Oct. 


28, 1944 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


24, 1945 


Jan. 


24, 1946 


July 


19, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1946 


May 


21, 1945 


May 


25, 1945 


Jan. 


16, 1946 


tMay 


7, 1946 


July 


22, 1946 


INov 


13, 1946 


May 


14, 1946 


July 


16, 1945 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


tApr. 


18, 1946 


Nov. 


7, 1945 


Jan. 


3, 1946 


Mar. 


9, 1944 


Oct. 


31, 1944 


Mar. 


20, 1945 


July 


1, 1946 


Mar. 


23, 1944 


July 


19, 1946 


Feb. 


19, 1944 


June 


19, 1945 


Feb. 


23, 1944 


Oct. 


16, 1944 


Dec. 


28, 1945 


Dec. 


28, 1945 


Oct. 


27, 1945 


tNov 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


26, 1946 


Feb. 


15, 1944 


Jan. 


14, 1946 


Sept 


4, 1946 


June 


11,1945 


Sept 


11,1946 


Jan. 


23, 1946 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


LATVIA 








Legation at Riga closed. 


• 






LEBANON 








Beirut (L) 


Lowell C. Pinkerton, appointed envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister plenipotentiary. 


Nov. 19, 1946 

Aug. 29,1945 

Jan. 22,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Oct. 28,1944 
tNov. 13, 1940 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 


FSO-1 




FSO 3 




Bertel E. Kuniholm, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




Ralph B. Curren, attach^ ' 


FSR 3 




Robert F. Ogden, public-aiffairs olBcer 

Gordon H. Mattison, second secretary; consul >... 


FSR^ 
FSO^ 
FSR-5 






rSR-5 


. 


William Langdon Sands, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
Herbert D. Brewster, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Donald C. Bergus, third secretary; vice consul 

Curtis Jones, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 




July 24,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
July 18,1946 
July 16,1946 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 




Ben Franklin Brannon, vice consul 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson, military attach«i 

Lt. Comdr. Randall D. Warden, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. i 
Lt. Col. Robert 0. Brown, military air attache '.. 
Maj. Joseph H. Gassoun, asst. military attache'.. 
Maj. Stephen J. Meade, asst. military attache".. 


tran. 8, 1944 
May 23, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 
Apr. 10,1944 
June 17,1946 








LIBERIA 










Raphael O'Hara Lanier, appointed envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary. 

Oscar W. Meier, chief of mission for econ. aflairs.. 

Frank J. Binder, head agricultural production 
specialist for mission for econ. aflairs. 

Carl J. Furr, asst. chief of mission for econ. affairs. 

Claude Marcus Cannon, business manager for 
mission for econ. affairs. 

Rupert A. Lloyd, third secretary; vice consul.... 


Feb. 13,1946 

Nov. 5,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 4,1946 
July 1, 1946 

tDec. 29,1945 






FSS-1 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-4 

FSO-6 


LIECHTENSTEIN 












Jan. 9, 1946 


FSO-l 


LITHUANIA 








Legation at Kaunas closed. 









I Assigned also to Damascus. 

» Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 

' No office maintained at Vaduz. 

♦ Assigned also to and resident in Zurich. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



37 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



LUXEMBOUKG 

Luxembourg (L) 



(MA). 



Mexico, D. F. (E). 



Admiral Alan O. Kirk, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary.! 

Raymond C. Miller, econ. counselor 2 

Ezra Clark Stillman, public-affairs officer 2 

George P. Waller, first secretary; consuP... 

Howard B. Railey, civil air attach6 3__ 

Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attache* 
J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul 

Col. Clare H. Armstrong, military attache 

Lt. Col. Malcolm A. Moore, military air attache. 
Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. mDitary attache. _ 
Lt. Col. Ridgeway P. Smith, Jr., asst. military 
attache. 



Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordmary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Raymond H . Geist, counselor of embassy 

Merwin L. Bohan, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 

S. Walter Washington, first secretary; consul 

Maurice L. Stafford, consul general; first secretary. 

Jacob Barnard Gibbs, agricultural attache. 

R. Horton Henry, first secretary; consul.. 

Dorsey Gassaway Fisher, first secretary; consul... 

Lew B. Clark, cml. attache 

Morrill Cody, cultural officer 

William A. Conkright, sr. econ. analyst 

Alfred M. Barlow, attache. 

Charles B. Parker, sr. econ. analyst. 

Forrest K. Geerken, second secretary; consul 

William F. Busser, second secretary; vice consul.. 

Walter J. Linthicum, second secretary; consul 

Douglas Flood, second secretary; consul 

Dixon Doimelley, press officer 

Horace Harper Braun, econ. analyst 

Mtnedee McLean, second secretary; vice consul... 

Marvin A. Derrick, admin, officer 

J. Paxton Haddow, asst. information officer 

James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul 

Don Stoops, asst. agricultural attache 

Albert E. Pappano, third secretary; vice consul... 

Juan de Zengotita, third secretary; vice consul 

Scott Lyon, third secretary; vice consul 

John Wallace Hill, admin, asst 

Frederick R. Mangold, econ. analyst 

Philip D. Sumner, vice consul 

Robert L. Hunter, vice consul. 

W. John Wilson, Jr., vice consul 



Feb. 2, 1946 

June 26,1945 
tJuly 1, 1946 
Sept. 9,1944 
Jan. 2, 1945 
Dec. 14,1945 
July 14,1945 

Dec. 10,1946 
Nov. 27, 1945 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 6, 1946 



May 4, 1946 

Apr. 4, 1945 

Aug. 14,1945 

June 26,1945 

tAug. 23, 1943 

Jan. 22,1945 

June 29,1946 

July 17,1946 

Wuue 1, 1945 

Nov. 18, 1946 

Sept. 23, 1942 

Nev. 12, 1946 

Oct. 20,1941 

tAug. 21,1944 

June 6, 1942 

June 23,1943 

Aug. 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

Apr. 23,1943 

Nov. 1, 1945 

{Feb. 10,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

June 1, 1940 

Jan. 20,1946 
Mar. 5,1942 

July 30,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 

tFeb. 10,1946 
Nov. 22, 1942 

Apr. 16,1943 

June 20,1946 

tOct. 4, 1929 



' Accredited also to Belgium. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Brussels. 

• Assigned also to Brussels and Paris; resident in Paris. 

♦ Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, and Paris; resident in Paris. 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


MEXICO— Continued 








Mexico, D. F. (E)— Con 


William L. Brewster, third secretary; vice consul,.. 


tOct. 7, 1946 


FSO-6 




D wight Dickinson, third secretary; vice consul 


Jan. 19,1946 


FSO-6 




John N. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 


Dec. 3, 1946 


FSO-6 




Raymond Bastianello, vice consul 


JMay 6, 1944 


FSS-10 




Frederick D. Sharp, 3d, third secretary; vice consul. 


July 12,1946 


FSO-6 




Armando E. Vargas, vice consul 


tJan 24 1945 


FSS-11 




Richard M. Hughes, third secretary; vice consul 


July 29,1946 


FSO-6 




Ana M. Gomez, jr econ analyst 


tAug. 1,1944 
Mar. 7,1945 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 




Taylor G. Belcher, vice consul... 


Jan. 3, 1946 


FSS-12 






Jan. 5, 1946 
June 23,1946 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. James W. Spry, military attache and 
military air attache. 


tNov. 1,1946 










Capt. Albert E. Jarrell, naval attache and naval 


Mar. 18, 1946 






attache, for air. 








Lt. Col. Thomas J. Riggs, Jr., asst. military attache. 


Apr. 11,1946 






Lt. Col. Maurice C. Holden, asst. military attache. 


Apr. 22,1946 






Lt. Col. Joseph G. Duncan, asst. military attache. . 


June 5, 1946 






Capt. Edward J. Walsh, Jr., asst. military air 


May 6, 1946 






attache. 








Lt. Comdr. William A. Savin, asst. naval attache 


Feb. 8, 1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Leslie E. Geer, asst. naval attache and 


Mar. 7,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






Agua Prieta, Sonora (C) 


William Clarke Vvse consul 


Feb 1 1943 


FSO-4 


Chester H. Kimrev, vice consul 


June 12,1946 


FSS-9 


Chihuahua, Chihuahua (C).. 


H. Claremont Moses, vic« consul 


May 10,1946 


FSS-8 








FSS-12 






June 6, 1942 


FSO-4 


(C). 




Jan. 17,1946 


FSS-8 






Nov. 24, 1930 


FSS-9 




J. D. Lambeth, vice consul 


Dec. 21,1942 


FSS-12 






Julv 27.1945 


FSS-12 




William A. Campbell, vice consul 


Dec. 11,1946 


FSS-12 


Guadalajara, Jalisco (C) 


James E Henderson, consul 


June 15, 1944 


FSO-4 


Henry T. Unverzagt, vice consul 


Aug. 1,1944 
May 1, 1946 


FSS-9 




Walter E. Kneeland, vice consul _ 


FSS-11* 


Ouaymas, Sonora (C) 


Edward C Webster, Jr., vice consul 


Feb 20 1946 


FSS-11 


Matamoros, Tamaulipas (C). 


CvrilL F Thiel consul 


Nov 14 1944 


FSO-4 


Givon M. Parsons, vice consul 


Apr. 16,1946 


FSS-12 


Mazatlan, Sinaloa (C). 


Arthur V. Metcalfe, vice consul 


Feb. 16,1945 


FSS-12 


Mfrida Yucat&n (C) 


Stephen C Worster vice consul 


Nov 2 1943 


FSS-8 


Mexicali, Baja California (C). 


WUliam A. Smale, consul 


Jan. 24,1946 


FSO-3 




Howard L. Walker, Jr., vice consul 


JJune 14,1944 


FSS-12 


Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (C)_ 


James P MoflBtt consul general 


Sept 14 1946 


FSO-3 


Myron H. Schraud, vice consul 


Feb. 20,1946 


FSS-9 




Douglas Henderson, vice consul... 


Dec. 11,1946 


FSO-6 




Anthony E. Starcevic, vice consul 


Feb. 20, 1946 


FSS-11 




William A. Carsey, vice consul.. 


July 27,1945 


FSS-12 


Nogales Sonora (C) 


Ben Zweig vice consul 


Oct. 2, 1943 


FSS-8 




Antonio Certosimo, vice consul rr. 


JMay 8, 1946 


FSS-10 




Frank C. Niccoll, vice consul 


Aug. 22,1946 


FSS-11 


Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 


V. Harwood Blocker, vice consul 


Aug. 27,1946 


FSO-5 


(C). 


Gerald 0. Jones, vice consul 


Nov. 9, 1945 


FSS-10 


Abraham Vigil, vice consul 


Feb. 15,1946 


FSS-10 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



39 



MEXICO— Continued 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila (C). 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas (C) 

San Luis PotosI, San Luis 

PotosI (C). 
Tampico, Tamaulipas (C)... 

Tijuana, Baja California (C). 



Torreon, Coahuila (C)_- 
Veracruz, Veracruz (C). 



MOROCCO 

Tangier (Tanger) (L). 



(MA&NA). 



Casablanca (CG). 
Rabat (C) 



NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS 



(Netherlands) 



The Hague ('s Qravenhage) 
(E). 



' With the rank of minister. 



Name and title 



Earl Wilbert Eaton, vice consul 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul 

Henry Q. Krausse, vice consul 

Weston A. Hall, vice consul 

F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul 

Elias G. Garza, vice consul 

Harold B. Quarton, consul general... 
Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., vice consul 

Francis C. Jordan, consul 

Willys A. Myers, vice consul 

Francis M. Withey, vice consul. 

Leonard E. Thompscto, vice consul... 

Stanley G. Slavens, consul 

John Q. Oliver, vice consul 

Ho C. Funk, consul 

Ernesto S. Guaderrama, vice consul. . 



Paul H. Ailing, diplomatic agent; consul general ' 

John Goodyear, second secretary; consul 

A. David Fritzlan, second secretary; vice consul.. 
Albert W. Sherer, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 
Robert W. Stookey, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Curtis C. Strong, public-affairs officer... 

Col. Marion Carson, military attachg 

Comdr. Robert W. Qilmore, naval attachg and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Jules G. Kiplinger, asst. military attach^ 
Capt. John P. Bedford, asst. military air attachS. 
Comdr. Howard A. White, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul general 

Howard Elting, Jr., consul 

Thomas D. McKiernan, vice consul 

Maurice Pasquet, consul 

Robert Olaf Waring, vice consul 



Stanley K. Hornbeck, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

J. Webb Benton, counselor of embassy 

Jesse F. Van Wickel, cml. attache 

Vinton Chapin, first secretary; consul 

Edward C. Wilkinson, attache; sr. econ. analyst. 
Randolph Harrison , first secretary 



Date of as- 
signment 



May 10, 1946 


FS3-9 


Nov. 7,1929 


FSS-9 


May 13, 1942 


FSS-9 


June 14,1946 


FSS-12 


June 29, 1946 


FSO-4 


July 23, 1945 


FSS-10 


May 1, 1946 


FSO-3 


Mar. 16, 1943 


FSS-8 


Nov. 2,1945 


FSO-5 


May 6,1944 


FSS-9 


Jan. 2, 1945 


FSS-11 


Dec. 11,1946 


FSS-12 


Aug. 21,1943 


FSO-4 


May 28, 1942 


FSS-12 


May 31, 1944 


FSO-4 


tOct. 28,1946 


FSS-12 



May 2, 1943 


FSO-2 


Aug. 8,1944 


FSO-4 


Nov. 11, 1943 


FSO-5 


July 18,1946 


FSO-6 


Nov. 1,1946 


FSO-6 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-6 


July 23,1946 




Mar. 9,1944 




June 19,1946 




May 15,1946 




May 26, 1945 




JDec. 22,1944 


FSO-3 


Aug. 22, 1946 


FSO-4 


Sept. 30, 1946 


FSO-6 


Oct. 11,1943 


FSO-4 


Apr. 17,1945 


FSS-12 



Sept 
Oct. 


21, 1944 




20, 1944 


FSO-2 


Oct. 


9, 1944 


rso-3 


May 


15, 1946 


FSO-3 


July 


11, 1945 


FSS-2 


July 


11,1946 


FSO-3 



Category 
and class 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS— Con . 

(Netherlands)— Con. 


William H. Riddell, agricultural attacM.. 


tMay 3,1945- 
Nov. 2,1945 
Aug. 15,1944 
June 8, 1945 
Sept. 22, 1946 
tNov. 13,1946 
JMay 29, 1945 
Oct. 22,1946 

Mar. 24, 1945 
Mar. 14, 1946 

Mar. 21, 1946 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 9,1946 
Mar. 21, 1946 
Jan. 16.1946 

tDec. 29,1944 
Sept. 19, 1945 
Aug. 22, 1945 
July 19,1946 
Aug. 23, 1946 
Nov. 14, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tNov. 15, 1946 
Oct. 6, 1945 
Mar. 5,1946 
June 26,1945 
Aug. 9,1945 
Oct. 22,1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
Jan. 31,1946 

June 18,1945 
Dec. 29,1945 
Oct. 12,1945 
JNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Jan. 14,1946 
Feb. 20,1946 
tJune 8,1945 
May 3,1945 
Sept. 12, 1945 
May 3,1946 
Jan. 18,1946 
Sept. 13, 1941 


FSR-4 


(E)-Con. 




FSS-4 




Livingston Satterthwaite, civil air attache i 

George W. Renchard, second secretary; consul 

Coulter D. Huyler, Jr., information officer 

Eleanor Wyllys Allen, cultural officer 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-5 




Harold S. Beyerly, admin, officer 


FSS-8 


(MA & NA) 


WiUiam Dale Fisher, third secretary; vice consul- 
Col. Frank M. S. Johnson, military attach^ 

Capt. Parke B. Brady, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. William W. Ottinger, military air attache. 
Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. mihtary attache... 

Col. Robert L. Miller, asst. military attache 

Maj. Tom M. Carruth.^sst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Peter H. Jackson, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Albert M. Doyle, consul general 


FSO-6 


Amsterdam (CQ) 


FSO-2 




Archibald E. Gray, consul 


FSO-3 




Alden M. Haupt, vice consul 


FSO-5 




Thomas W. McElhiney, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Mary S. Olmsted, vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-U 






FSO-6 






FSS-12 


Rotterdam (C) 




FSO-4 






FSO-4 




Erman R. McKelvey, vice consul; econ. analyst .. 


FSS-8 
FSO-6 




Thomas T. DnfTielrl, Jr , vicR consul 


FSO-6 




Thomas A. Goldman, vice consul 


FSO-6 




John A Bovey, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-12 


(Possessions) 

Batavia, Java, Netherlands 


Walter A Foote consul general 


FSO-1 


Indies (CQ). 


Frederik van den Arend, consul 

John B Ketcham consul 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 






FSR-6 






FSO-6 






FSS-12 




Albert C. Cizauskas, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Curacao, West Indies (CG)_. 
Aruba (VC) 




FSO-3 


James R. Daughtrey, vice consul 

George E. Palmer, vice consul 

John W. Anderson, vice consul 

Pale B Mnher, vice consul 


FSS-12 
FSS-10 


Paramaribo, Surinam (C) 


FSS-12 
FSS-11 




James S. Lawton, vice consul 


FSS-12 



to London and Dublin; resident in London. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



41 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


NEW ZEALAND 








Wellington (L) 


Avra M. Warren, envoy extraordinary and min- 


Oct. 27,1945 


FSO-CM 




ister plenipotentiary. 








Osbom S. Watson, cml. attache L 


May 2,1945 


FSO-3 




John S. Service, first secretary; consul 


July 30,1946 


FSO-3 




Gordon Cummings Laughlin, agricultural attach^ 


Mar. 14,1945 


FSS-3 




Elvin Seibert, second secretary; consul 


Mar. 19,1945 


FSO-4 




Roswell C. Beverstock, second secretary; consul. .. 


Jan. 3,1946 


FSO-4 




Mary P. Parsons, cultural oflBcer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Donald L. Woolf, vice consul; econ. analyst-- 


Oct. 31,1945 


FSS-10 




Marshall Green, third secretary; vice consul 


Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 




Normand William Redden, vice consul 


Apr. 10, 1945 


FSS-12 




Herbert W. Lyda, vice consul 


Mar. 29, 1946 
May 18, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA& NA) 


Col. Forrest E. Cookson, military attache 






Comdr. Morgan Slayton, naval attache and naval 


Sept. 26, 1946 






attache for air. 








Maj. Richard A. Toole, military air attach^ 


Sept. 25, 1944 




Christchurch (C A) 

Dunedin (CA) 


H. P. Bridge consular agent 


Mar. 31, 1928 




Harman Reeves, consular agent 

Whitney Young, consul 


Apr. 6, 1920 




Auckland (C) 


June 19,1946 


FSO-4 




John C. Fuess, consul 


tMay 30, 1945 


FSO-5 




James W. Boyd, vice consul--; 


Apr. 9, 1945 


FSS-12 


NICARAGUA 








Managua (E) 


Fletcher Warren, ambassador extraordinary and 


Apr. 6,1945 


FSO-CM 




plenipotentiary. 








Theodore J. Grant, agricultural attache ' 


July 16, 1945 


FSS-4 




Barry T. Benson, cml. attache 


June 7,1945 


FSO-4 




Maurice M. Bembaum, second secretary; consul, _ 


Feb. 12,1945 


FSO-4 




Jacob Canter, public-affairs officer 


Oct. 2, 1946 


FSR-4 




Raymond Phelan, vice consul . 


Nov. 27, 1945 


FSS-8 




Edward W. Holmes, third secretary; vice consul- - 


July 19,1946 


FSO-6 




William A. Just, vice consul 


Oct. 17,1945 


FSS-12 


(MA& NA) 


Lt. Col. Harry H. Towler, Jr., military attache.-. 


tMay 1. 1946 






Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 


Oct. 9, 1945 






attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air 


Feb. 14.1945 






attache. 








Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache. . 


May 2,1945 






Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 


Nov. 27. 1946 






attache. 








Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 


Sept. 30, 1946 






naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Feb. 1, 1946 






naval attache for air. 








1st Lt. Arnold G. Fischer, asst. naval attache and 


July 31,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






Matagalpa(CA)__. 


John A. WUley, consular agent 


{Sept. 13, 1929 





Assigned also to Panama and San Jose; resident in San Jose. 



42 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


NORWAY 

Oslo (E) 


Charles U. Bay, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Charles F Baldwin, cm] attache 


June 6, 1946 

May 31,1946 
JMay 7,1946 
July 1. 1946 
INov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 
May 21,1945 
Aug. 12,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
July 18,1945 
INov. 4,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 10,1945 
June 3, 1946 
Dec. 30,1946 

Sept. 26, 1946 
Oct. 5, 1945 

IJune 18,1945 
Mar. 25, 1946 
Apr. 26,1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 
Dec. 31,1942 
Oct. 30,1946 
Sept. 19, 1946 






FSR-3 




Cloyce K Huston counselor of embassy 


FSO-3 




Theodore B. Olson, public-affairs officer 

William O. Roll, information officer 


FSR-4 
FSR-4 

FSS-4 




William K. Ailshie, second secretary; vice consul.. 
Leon L. Cowles, second secretarv; consul 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 




Lewis E. Oleeclc, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 

John H. Clagett, third secretary; vice consul 

Amlioth G Heltberg vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-10 




L. Milner Dunn, third secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-6 

FSS-ll 






FSS-12 






FSS-12 




Alfred P. Dennis, vice consul 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Kai E. Rasmussen, military attache 




Consular office at Bergen not 
functioning. 

PALESTINE AND 
TRANS-JORDAN 

Jerusalem (CQ) 


Capt. Alf 0. R. Bergesen, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Lester J. Johnsen, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Arthur H. Labium, asst. military attache. 
Lt. John W. Kappel, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Robert B Macatee consul general 


FSO-1 




Malrnlm P Hooper consul 


FSO-3 




Aubrey E Lippincott consul 


FSO-4 






FSS-9 






FSO-6 






Oct. 25,1945 
Oct. 6, 1944 
JDec. 29,1930 

Sept. 14, 1945 

Feb. 7,1946 
July 16,1945 
Feb. 21,1946 
IFeb. 10,1946 
INov. 14,1945 
Oct. 15,1943 
June 26,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
INov. 13, 1946 
IJune 17,1946 
Mar. 22, 1946 


FSS-10 






FSS-ll 






FSS-12 


PANAMA 


Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines, ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 
William P. Blocker, counselor of embassy 






FSO-1 






FSS-4 




Reginald Bragonier, Jr., second secretary; consul.. 
Gail Murphv, cml. attache 


FSO-4 

FSS-5 




V. Lansing Collins, Jr., second secretary; consul... 
Henry L. Pitts, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. .. 

Edward W. Clark, third secretary; vice consul 

Vincent T. McKenna, third secretary; vice consul- 
Richard C. Salvatierra, information officer 

Dwight E Scarbrough vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSR-6 
FSS-12 




Oscar H. Guerra, vice consul 


FSS-12 



Assigned also to Managua and San Jose; resident in San Jose. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



43 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


PANAMA— Continued 

Panama (E)— Continued 
(NA) 

Almirante (CA) 


Lt. Kenneth N. Watson, a.sst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 


Apr. 25,1945 

May 29,1943 
May 29,1943 
Jan. 5, 1946 
May 31,1946 

Mar. 21, 1944 

Sept. 30, 1943 
tJuly 1, 1946 
Sept. 14, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 2,1943 
Feb. 25,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
tOct. 12, 1945 

May 9, 1945 
Dec. 13.1946 
Oct. 31.1945 

May 2,1946 

Dec. 10,1945 
Mar. 29, 1946 

tJan. 22, 1946 
May 16, 1945 
July 1, 1946 
June 21,1944 
Jan. 12,1945 

tJuly 1, 1946 
Apr. 16,1946 
Nov. 19, 1945 
Nov. 14, 1945 
Feb. 20,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 7,1942 

tDee. 7, 1945 

tJune 17, 1946 
Oct. 14, 1944 

Mar. 8,1946 
Aug. 25,1945 

May 11,1946 

Nov. 7,1945 
Mar. 12,1946 




Puerto Armuelles (CA).. 
Colon (C) 


Lewis B Tolman consular agent 




Louis H. DeArmas, vice consul 

Roberto. Bailey, vice consul 

Willard L. Beaulac, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Leslie E. Reed, consul general; first secretary 

Robert D. Hovt^ard, cultural officer 

Ellis Munson Goodwin, cml. attache 


FSS-12 


PARAGUAY 

Asuncion (E) 


FSS-12 
FSO-CM 




FSO-3 
FSR-4 

FSS-4 




John M Vebber information officer 


FSR-4 


• 


David A. de Lima, econ. analyst 

David L. Gamon, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert W. Moore, third secretary; vice consul 

James C. Quick, vice consul 


FSS-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-12 


(MA). 

PERU 

Lima (E) 


Lt. Col. Harold J. Pearson, military attache :.... 

Maj. Samuel J. Skousen, military air attache 

Capt. Andrew R. Duvall, asst. military attache.. 

Prentice Cooper, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 






FSO-1 




Richard M. de Lambert, first secretary; consul 

John J. Haggertv, agricultural attache 


FSO-3 
FSR-4 




Carrel B. Larson minerals attache ' 


FSS-4 






FSR-4 






FSS-4 






FSS-4 




Howard L. Nostrand, cultural officer. 

Thomas S. Campen, acting cml. attache 

Gilbert E. Larsen, econ. analyst 

Leslie W. Johnson, second secretary; consul 

James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul . 


FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 




Charles C. Gidney, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 
Maurice J. Broderick, third secretary; vice consul. . 
Robert S. Johnson, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-12 




Roy Leonard Davis, vice consul 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Joseph H. O'Malley, military attache. 

Capt. John H. Whelen, Jr., naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Charles M. Walton, Jr.. military air 

attache. 

Capt. Lewis W. Raber, asst. military attache 

Comdr. George M. Rouzee, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 









Assigned also to Bogota, La Paz, and Santiago. 2 Assigned also to La Paz, Quito, and Santiago. 
737422—47 ^4 



44 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


PERU-Contlnued 

Lima (E)— Continued 


Jack Dwyre, consular agent 


July 1,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Apr. 6, 1931 
June 27,1934 
Nov. 28, 1945 

June 21,1946 

tJuly 4. 1946 
Oct. 14,1946 
Jan. 22,1945 

tJuly 8, 1946 
Oct. 1, 1946 
Aug. 22,1946 
July 31,1946 
Jan. 13,1945 
July 1,1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 
July' 30, 1946 

Nov. 4,1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 

July 15, 1946 
Nov. 14. 1946 

Oct. 24, 1946 

Jan. 22, 1945 
Oct. 1, 1946 
Aug. 22, 1946 
Jan. 13, 1945 
JNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 2, 1945 
July 30, 1946 

July 1, 1946 

Oct. 2, 1946 
Nov. 4, 1946 

Dec. 2. 1946 
Jan. 16, 1945 
Feb. 16, 1945 




Iquitos (CA) 


Louis G. Gallardy, consular agent 

Norman Duncan, consular agent . . 




La Oroya (CA) 




Mollendo (CA) 


Felipe Ferrer M., consular agent 










PraLIPPIXES, 
REPUBLIC OF THE 

Manila (E) 


Paul V. McNutt, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Nathaniel P. Davis, counselor of embassy ' -, 

Thomas H. Lockett, counselor of embassy 

Paul P. Steintorf, first secretary (consul general).. 
J Bartlett Richards cml attach^ 






FSO-1 
FSO-1 
FSO-2 
FSO-2 




Favette J Flexer first secretary (consul) 


FSO-2 




Robert Y Brown first secretary (consul) 


FSO-3 






FSR-4 




W. Garland Richardson, second secretary (consul). 


■FSO-4 
FSS-6 


(MA & NA) 


Willard O. Brown, asst. agricultural attache 

Wilfred V. MacDonald, third secretary (vice con- 
sul). 

Charles P. McVicker, Jr., third secretary (vice 
consul). 

Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., third secretary (vice consul)... 

Col. Robert H. Kreuter, military attach^ 


FSS-7 
FSO-5 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 


(CO) 


Capt. Thomas F. Cullen, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt.(jg) William H. Zelgler, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Paul P. Steintorf, consul general (first secretary)... 
Fayette J Flexer consul (first secretary) 


FSO-2 




FSO-2 




Robert Y Brown consul (first secretary) 


FSO-3 




W. Garland Richardson, consul (second secretary) . 
James G Wingo information ofiBcer 


FSO-4 

FSS-5 




Frvin Clinton Ross admin asst 


FSS-8 




Wilfred V. MacDonald, vice consul (third secre- 
tary). 

Robert H. Hartley, vice consul; special disbursing 
agent. 


FSO-5 

FSS-10 
FSS-10 




Charles P. McVicker, Jr., vice consul (third secre- 
tary). 
Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., vice consul (third secretary).. 


FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-12 




Paul J. Haldeman, vice consul -.. 


FSS-12 



• With the personal rank of minister. 

* Assigned also to Nanking and Shanghai; resident in Shanghai. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



45 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


POLAND 

Warsaw (Warszawa) (E).... 


Arthur Bliss Lane, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Clifford C. Taylor, coimselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 

Walter Kelly Schwinn, public-affairs officer 

rifirflld Kpith, cniinsplnr nf PTnha.<!sy 


Sept. 21, 1944 

Jan. 2, 1946 

Dec. 20,1946 
Nov. 15, 1944 

tJuly 11,1946 
Jan. 18,1946 
May 24, 1945 
Aug. 21,1945 
June 26,1946 
July 30,1946 
Mar. 28, 1945 
Aug. 19,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 27, 1945 
Feb. 2, 1945 
Dec. 5, 1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
July 30,1946 

tJune 11,1946 
June 26, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 11, 1946 
June 9, 1945 
Aug. 11,1945 
Aug. 24, 1945 
Nov. 8,1945 

Nov. 8,1946 
Feb. 6,1946 

Dec. 14,1946 
Dec. 4, 1945 
Nov. 12, 1946 
Aug. 10,1946 

Dec. 4,1945 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 4, 1945 
June 17,1946 

Feb. 9, 1945 

tFeb. 22,1944 
June 17,1943 
Apr. 18,1945 

tApr. 10,1942 
Mar. 7,1945 

tApr. 10,1945 
July 1, 1942 


FSO-CM 

FSO-1 

FSR-3 
FSO-3 




Fdmnnd J Dnrsz first secrptary 


FSO-3 




George D. Andrews, first secretary; consul 

Edwin Russell Raymond, agricultural attache 


FSO-3 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 




Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul-. 

M. Williams Blake, second secretary; consul _ 

Floyd J Dubas econ analyst 


FSO^ 
FSO-i 
FSS-6 






FSS-6 






FSR-5 




Justie E. Gist, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Thomas P Dillon, vice consul 


FSO-5 




Findley Burns, Jr., third secretary; vice consul.... 

George T. Lister, third secretary; vice consul 

Malcolm Toon, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Everett M. Buckingham, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-10 




E. Jan Nadelman, third secretary; vice consul 

Eugene H. Van Dee, acting information officer.... 
Robert A. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSS-11 
FSO-6 

FSS-12 




Thaddeus H. Chylinski, vice consul 


FSS-12 




P/hnrlps V .^f^hwanit'i vine consul 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Thomas J. Betts, military attach^ 






Com dr. Arthur D. Cook, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 

Col. Archibald J. Hanna, military air attach^ 

Lt. Col. Frank S. Jessie, asst. mUitary attach^ 

Capt. Paul Chmar, asst. military attache 




Gdansk (Danzig) (C). . . 


Capt. Freeman W. Bowley, Jr., asst. military air 
attache. 


FSO-3 


Krakow (C) 


Howard A. Bowman, consul 

Casirnir T. Zawad^ki, vice consul 


FSO-4 

Fse-8 






FSS-12 


PORTUGAL AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 

Lisbon (Lisboa) (E) 


Herman B . Baruch, ambassador extraordmary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Edward S. Crocker, 2d, counselor of embassy 

Charles E. Dickerson, Jr., first secretary; consul... 
Cavendish W. Cannon, first secretary; consul 






FSO-2 
FSO-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 




Theodore A. Xanthaky, special asst.; attache 

J. Daniel Hanley, attache; sr. econ. analyst 

Elizabeth Humes, second secretary; consul 


FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 



46 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



PORTUGAL AND 

POSSESSIONS— Con. 



(Portusal) — Con. 

Lisbon (Lisboa) (E)— Con. 



(MA & NA)_ 



Funehal, Madeira (C)_ 

Oporto (Porto) (C) 

Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel 
(St. Michael), Azores (C). 



(Possessions) ■ 

Loureiifo Marques, Mo- 
zambique, Africa (CO). 
Luanda, Angola, Africa (C) 



RUMANIA 



Bucharest (United States 
Mission). 



Name and title 



Lawrence S. Armstrong, second secretary, consul. 

Jay Castillo, information officer 

Joseph S. Piazza, public-affairs officer 

Herman R. Kasper, econ. analyst 

William Barnes, second secretary; vice consul 

Joseph J. Wagner, third secretary; vice consul 

Vernon B. Zirkle, vice consul 

Alvin E. Bandy, vice consul 

William P. Shockley, Jr., vice consul 

John Belfort Keogh, vice consul 

William E. Price, vice consul 

Worthington E. Hagerman, vice consul 

Col. Francis B. Kane, military attach^ 

Comdr. Walter F. McLallen, Jr., naval attache 
and naval attach^ for air. 

Col. Gene H. Tibbets, military air attachfe 

Maj. Vaudau P. Pierce, asst. miUtary attache 

Maj. Clarence T. Adams, asst. military attache, . 

Foster H. Kreis, vice consul.. 

Jay Walker, consul 

Clifton R. Wharton, consul 

William C. George, vice consul 



Curtis C. Jordan, consul general. 
Leland C. AltafTer, vice consul... 

Harold Sims, consul '. 

Robert E. Riordan, vice consul 



Burton Y. Berry, Foreign Service officer Oct. 7,1944 

Francis Deak, civil air attache 2 Dec. 29,1945 

Leigh W. Hunt, cml. attache Dec. 11, 

Frank R. Shea, public-affairs officer July 1,1946 

Roy M. Melbourne, Foreign Service officer Oct. 7, 1944 

George McDonald, information officer tNov. 13,1946 

Roy Olin Westley, agricultural officer tNov. 13,1946 

C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., second secretary; vice tJuly 11, 1946 
consul. 

Charles E. Hulick, Jr., Foreign Service officer Oct. 7,1944 

Lee E. Metcalf, vice consul tMar. 11,1946 

Thomas M. Judd, vice consul JJuly 15,1946 

|Serafin S. Buta, cultural officer tNov. 13,1946 

See Bombay for consular officers who are assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Budapast, Praha, Sofia, and Vieima; resident in Bern 



Date of as- 
signment 



July 


6, 1945 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


31, 1944 


Nov. 


1, 1945 


Jan. 


29, 1946 


Sept. 


17, 1945 


Apr. 


12, 1945 


tMar. 


2, 1943 


Oct. 


28, 1944 


Feb. 


19, 1945 


Nov. 


10, 1941 


Jan. 


25, 1946 


Aug. 


27, 1945 


Feb. 


26, 1946 


Dec. 


17, 1945 


May 


8, 1946 


Mar. 


14, 1938 


Dec. 


11,1946 


tJuly 


16, 1945 


Oct. 


30, 1946 



Sept. 14, 1946 
Jan. 29, 1946 
tMay 30, 1945 
Oct. 22,1945 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



47 



Post 


Name and. title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SAUDI ARABIA, 








KINGDOM OF 








Jidda (L) 


J. Rives Childs, envoy extraordinary and minister 


Apr. 27, 1946 


FSO-CM 




plenipotentiary.! 








Ralph B. Curren, attache 2 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-3 




Harlan B. Clark, second secretary; consul 


Apr. 29,1946 


FSO-4 




T. Andrew Galambos, third secretary; vice consuL 


Oct. 31,1946 


FSO-6 




Rodger P. Davies, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 30, 1946 


FSO-6 


Dhahran (C) 


Waldo E. Bailey, consul __ 


July 22,1946 
July 18,1946 
Mar. 30, 1945 


FSO-4 




Francis E. Meloy, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 


~ 


Larry Winter Roeder, vice consul 


FSS-12 


SIAM 








Bangkok (L) 


Edwin F. Stanton, envoy extraordinary and 


Apr. 27,1946 


FSO-CM 




mmister plenipotentiary. 








James T. Scott, cml. attach^ 


Jan. 9, 1946 


FSO-3 




Teg C. Grondahl, public-affairs officer. 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-4 




Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr., Foreign Service officer... 


Dec. 18,1945 


FSO-4 




Jorges Orgibet, press officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Robert J. Gibbons, third secretary; vice consul... 


tJune 3! 1946 


FSO-6 




Dorothy R. Ward, librarian. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-11 




Edmund 0. Barker, vice consul 


Oct. 30,1945 


FSS-12 




Dwight Bqlkley, vice consul 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-12 


(MA&NA) 


Col. Reginald F. C. Vance, military attache and 


Apr. 4, 1946 






military air attache. 








Comdr. Alfred W. Gardes, naval attache and 


Mar. 4,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. William Law, asst. military attachg 


May 6, 1946 






Lt. Wilham H. Hunter, asst. naval attache and 


Jime 12, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Herman W. Seiler, asst. naval attache and 


June 17, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






SPAIN 








Madrid (E) 


, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 








potentiary. 








Harold M. Randall, cml. attache 


Oct. 26,1945 


FSO-3 




Leonard Horwin, attache 


tOct. 17,1946 


FSS-2 




Philip W. Bonsai, first secretary; consul 


Aug. 28, 1944 


FSO-3 




RufusH. Lane, Jr., first secretary; consul 


May 14, 1946 


FSO-3 




Theodore J. Pahle, asst. information officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-5 




Glion Curtis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 


Apr. 13,1944 


FSO-4 




Edward P. Maffitt, second secretary; consul 


Dec. 17,1945 


FSO-4 




Niles W. Bond, second secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 22, 1942 


FSO-4 




Arthur B. Emmons, 3d, second secretary; consul. . 


Sept. 10, 1946 


FSO-4 




Henry C. Ramsey, asst. cml. attache 


Aug. 23, 1945 


FSS-6 



' Accredited also to the Yemen. 

2 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



48 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST I JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SPAIN— Continued 

Madrid (E)-Continued 


Joseph E Wiedenmayer sr econ. analyst 


Sept. 14, 1945 
Oct. 18,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 22,1944 
July 13,1942 
May 30,1944 
JNov. 4,1946 
JDec. 29,1945 
Sept. 30, 1946 
July 19,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 29,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Oct. 24,1944 
July 17,1945 
Feb. 28,1946 

Nov. 10, 1944 
Sept. 18, 1946 

May 13, 1944 
Apr. 4, 1944 
May 22, 1946 
June 11,1946 
June 12,1946 
Jan. 6, 1946 

Mar. 29, 1945 
Nov. 14, 1944 
Mar. 30, 1943 

tJuly 29,1946 
Nov. 29, 1945 
June 5, 1944 

tSept. 28, 1945 
Dec. 18,1942 
Sept. 20. 1946 
July 17,1946 

tNov. 26, 1945 
Sept. 17, 1946 
May 13, 1946 
May 27, 1939 
Dec. 2, 1944 
Nov. 6,1945 
Nov. 20, 1946 
July 13,1946 
Mar. 21, 1944 
Feb. 1, 1946 
July 25,1946 
Feb. 24,1945 


FSS-6 


Marie Willis Cannon publications officer 


FSS-7 




Lesley Fro*!! asst cultural officer 


FSS-7 




Byron E. Blankinship, third secretary; vice consul. 
Earle Titus vice consul 


FSO-5 

FSS-9 






FSS-9 




Robert E. Whedbee, third secretary; vice consul.. 

David I. Ferber, third secretary; vice consul 

Clyde W. Snider, third secretary; vice consul _ 

John Y. Millar, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Richard R. Wilford, third secretary; vice consul... 

Robert L. Yost, third secretary; vice consul 

J Paul Smith Jr vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSS-12 




Terrell W Fondren vice consul 


FSS-12 






FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Wendell O. Johnson, military attache 

Capt. Burnice L. Rutt, naval attachfe and naval 

attachfe for air. 
Lt. Col. Lawrence A. Spilman, military air attache. 
Lt. Col. Albert L. Hoffman, asst. military attache. 
Maj. Barton O. Lane, Jr., asst. military attache... 
Capt. Warwick B. Stabler, asst. military attache. _ 
Maj. Claire A. P. Duffie, asst. military air attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Chris Chengelis, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Richard Ford, consul general ... .. 




Rftrpplona (CO) 


FSO-2 




Nelson R. Park, consul . 


FSO-3 




Fritz A M. Alfsen, consul 


FSO-4 




Harris H Williams, vice consul 


FSO-6 




LeRoy Makepeace, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Francis B Moriarty, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Alfred J Pedersen vice consul 


FSS-12 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 






FSO-5 






FSO-6 






rss-12 






FSO-3 


Seville (C) 


John N. Hamlin, consul . ... ... 


FSO-3 






FSS-12 


Tenerife, Canary Islands (C). 




rso-3 




FSS-10 




John I. Fishbume, vice consul 


FSS-12 


Valencia (C) 


Daniel V. Anderson, consul 


FSO-4 




Robert W. Weise, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 


Vigo (C) 


Charles M. Gerrity, vice consul 


FSS-8 




AUan F. McLean, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-11 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



49 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SWEDEN 








Stockholm (L) 


Louis O. Dreyfus, Jr., appointed envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary. 


Aug. 1, 1946 


FSO-CM 




Christian M. Ravndal, counselor of legation 


Dec. 23.1943 


FSO-1 




Eric Englund, agricultural attach^ ' 


Sept. 3,1946 


FSR-2 




James J. Robbins, public-aflairs ofBcer 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-3 




Willard Quincy Stanton, first secretary; consul ... 


Apr. 24,1946 


FSO-3 




John A. Birch, attach^ 


June 26,1946 


FSR-4 




George Q. Larson, information officer 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




L. Randolph Higgs, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 27, 1944 


FSO-4 




Donald W. Smith, cml. attache 


Mar. 30, 1945 
July 24,1945 


FSO-4 




Francis L. Spalding, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 




Fredericlj J. Cunningham, asst. cml. attache 


Apr. 1, 1946 


FSO^ 




Harold Carlson, vice consul 


Jan. 30,1930 


FSS-8 




Frithjof C. Sigmond, vice consul 


May 3, 1933 


FSS-9 




Lawrence W. von Hellens, vice consul 


July 20,1942 


FSS-9 




Carl BirKeland, vice consul 


Dec. 7, 1945 


FSS-9 




Erkil. Kapy, admin, officer 


Feb. 10,1946 


FSS-9 




Thomas C. Smith, vice consul; special disbursing 


Sept. 12, 1946 


FSS-9 




agent. 








John Q. Blodgett, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 6,1946 


FSO-6 


(MA & NA)..._ -.. 


Brig. Gen. Alfred A. Kessler, Jr., military attache 


Dec. 14,1944 






and military air attache. 








Capt. William D. Wright, naval attache and naval 


Nov. 27, 1945 






attach^ for air. 








Col. Leonard M. Johnson, asst. military attache.. 


Jan. 16,1946 






Lt. Col. A. Wayne Wonderley, asst. military 


July 10,1943 






attache. 








Lt. Col. Stanley W. Connelly, asst. military 


Dec. 31,1945 






attache. 








Lt. Col. John D. Byine, asst. military attache 


May 22, 1946 






Capt. Robert L. Robb, asst. military attache 


Sept. 17, 1945 




' 


Maj. Arthur Conradi, Jr., asst. military air attache. 


Mar. 21, 1944 






Comdr. Robert A. Winston, asst. naval attache 


Oct. 25,1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. John M. Echols, asst. naval attache 


tJune 5,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 






Qoteborg (CO) 


WilUam W. Corcoran, consul general 


{Dec. 29,1944 


FSO-3 




George A. Berkley, vice consul 


Apr. 21,1946 


FSS-12 




La Mar D. Mulliner, vice consul 


June 13,1946 


FSS-12 


SWITZERLAND 








Bem(L) 


Leland Harrison, envoy extraordinary and min- 


July 13,1937 


FSO-CM 




ister plenipotentiary. 








Marcel E. Malige, cml. attache 


Sept. 19,1945 


FSO-2 




Edwin A. Plitt, counselor of legation 


Oct. 8, 1945 


FSO-2 




John H. Madonne, first secretary (consul) 


Aug. 1, 1938 


FSO-3 




Harry Conover, econ. attache 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-2 




Francis Deak, civil air attache 2 


June 21,1945 
tOct. 29, 1945 


FSS-2 




David M. Maynard, asst. cml. attache 


FSR-3 



1 Assigned also to Helsinki. 

» Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, Sofia, and Vienna. 



50 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SWITZERLAND— Con. 

Bern (L)— Continued 


Einar Jensen, agricultural attache 


Aug. 14,1945 
{July 16,1942 
JNov. 13, 1946 

Dec. 14,1945 
JNov. 13, 1946 

Sept. 9,1946 

tOct. 19,1942 
Mar. 4,1946 

Oct. 12,1944 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 7,1946 
May 9,1945 
Nov. 21,1945 

Nov. 2,1945 
Sept. 25, 1946 

Aug. 1,1938 
Nov. 28, 1944 
July 27,1945 
{Sept. 11,1946 
July 1, 1945 
Aug. 8, 1945 
Sept. 3,1945 
Mar. 31,1945 

July 19,1941 

Dec. 20,1946 
Mar. 31, 1941 
July 19,1941 
July 22,1941 
Aug. 23,1946 
Apr. 12,1945 
Oct. 25,1945 
Nov. 29, 1946 
Jan. 9, 1946 
Mar. 3,1941 
July 19,1941 
Nov. 24, 1944 
Jan. 17,1936 
Oct. 18,1945 
Mar. 16, 1944 
May 16.1945 
Mar. 9,1943 


FSS-4 


Harrison Lewis, second secretary 


FSO-4 




Mildred B AUport, public-aflairs officer 


FSR-4 




Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attache i._ 


FSR-5 
FSR-5 






FSO-6 


(MA & NA).. 


Brig. Gen. Barnwell R. Legge, military attache.. 
Capt. Francois C. B. Jordan, attache for naval 

questions. 

Col. F. Edgar Cheatle, military air attache.. 

Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 
Col. Theodore A. AVeyher, asst. military attache.. 

Lt. Col. Oscar Colcaire, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Davis 0. Harrington, asst. military 

attache. 








(C) 


Lt. Comdr. William T. Sawyer, asst. attache for 
naval questions. 


FSO-3 




Morton Bach sr econ analyst 


FSS-4 






FSO-4 






FSS-7 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 




Roswell D. McClellan, econ. analyst 


FSS-9 




Robert Roy Cmmingham, vice consul; special 

disbursing agent. 
Buford G. Rogers, vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSS-12 
FSO-2 






FSO-3 . 


Geneva (C) 


John A. Lehrs, vice consul.. 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul. 


FSS-8 
FSS-10 
FSO-3 




FSO-6 




Herman Moss, vice consul 

Warren S. Moore, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSO-6 


Zurich (CG) 


Sam E. Woods, consul general * 


FSO-1 




Bolard More, vice consul 


FSO-4 




Phil H Hubbard, consul 


FSO-4 




Constance R Harvev, vice consul 


FSO-4 




Eugene Nabel vice consul 


rss-8 




TiPnnard T- BarnH pcnn analyst 


FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 




Charles Stoppani, vice consul 


FSS-12 



> Assigned also to Brussels, Luxembourg, and Paris; resident in Paris. 

> Assigned also to Vaduz, Liechtenstein. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



51 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SYRIA 










plenipotentiary. 
Clayton Lane, cml. attache i 


Aug. 29,1945 
Mar. 5,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 15, 1946 

JNov. 13,1946 
July 19,1946 
June 17,1946 
Oct. 31, 1946 
Apr. 2, 1945 

IJan. 8, 1944 
May 23, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 
Apr. 10,1944 
June 17,1946 

Jan. "27,1945 

Apr. 25,1945 
tSept. 7,1945 

July 4, 1945 
June 23, 1945 
Mar. 24, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tJuly 11,1946 
tNov. 1.3, 1946 
Jan. 28,1946 
Nov. 1, 1946 

June 5,1946 
Apr. 12,1946 

July 23,1946 
June 16, 1946 
Apr. 16.1946 
Mar. 26, 1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 
Mar. 13, 1946 

Nov. 26, 1945 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 






FSR-3 




Gordon H. Mattison, second secretary; consul L . . 
John R Cresswell cultural officer 


FSO-4 
FSR-5 




Alexander J. Davit, third secretary; vice consul... 

Robert E. Cashin, third secretary; vice consul 

Deane R. Hinton, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-12 


(MA&NA) 

TURKEY 

Ankara (E) 5 


Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson, military attach^ i 

Lt. Comdr. Randall D. Warden, naval attache 

and naval attache for air.i 
Lt. Col. Robert C. Brown, military air attache i._ 
Maj. Joseph H. Gassoun, asst. military attache K. 
Maj. Stephen J. Meade, asst. military attache '-.. 

Edwin C. Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Herbert S. Bursley, counselor of embassy 


FSO-CM 




FSO-1 




Edward B. Lawson, counselor of embassy for econ. 

aflairs. 
Warwick Perkins first secretary 


FSO-2 
FSO-2 




Hey ward O . Hill, first secretary. 


FSO-3 






FSS-4 






FSR-4 




Richard E . Gnade, second secretary 

Laurence S Moore, acting press officer 


FSO-5 
FSR-5 




Stuart W Rockwell third secretary 


FSO-5 






FSO-6 


(MA & NA) 


Col Frank N. Roberts, military attache.. 






Capt. Blinn Van Mater, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Col Harry S Bishop, military air attache 






Col Lee C Miller asst military attache 






Lt. Col. John H. Edgerly, asst. military attache... 
Maj. Gilbert E. Bursley, asst. military attache.... 
Capt. Michael J. Hansinger, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. William J. Feallock, asst. military air 

attache. 
Comdr. Brice W. Goldsborough, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 





1 Assigned also to and resident in Beirut. 

2 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 

3 Office of Embassy also at Istanbul. 

* Assigned also as vice consul at Istanbul. 



52 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



TUEKEY— Continued 



Istanbul (Constantinople) 
(CG). 



Izmir (Smyrna) (C). 



Clarence E. Macy, consul general... 

George H. Damon, press officer 

Paul S. Guinn, consul 

Edward F. Rivinus, Jr., vice consul 
Walter C. Isenberg, Jr., vice consul. 
Joseph A. Mendenhall, vice consul.. 
William C. Lakeland, vice consul >_ 

Powhatan M. Baber, vice consul 

Ellis A. Johnson, vice consul 

John Howard Morris, vice consul... 



UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRICA 



Pretoria, Transvaal (L) '. 



Sept. 18, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 21, 1944 
July 19,1946 
Feb. 26,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 
Nov. 1, 1946 
Mar. 19, 1946 
Sept. 15, 1941 
Mar. 30, 1945 



Mar. 21, 1944 



(MA & NA). 



Gen. Thomas Holcomb, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary 
Charles R. Enlow, agricultural attache 
Dale W. Maher, first secretary 
William O. Vanderburg, minerals attach^ 
Nicholas Feld, second secretary 
Joseph W. Vander Laan, asst. cml. attach^ '. 
William L. Hamilton, Jr., public-affairs officer. . 
John F. Correll, labor attachS 
Harold Shullaw, third secretary 

Col. Chesley G. Peterson, military attache and 
military air attach6.< 

Capt. Harry Smith, naval attache and naval at- 
tache for air. 

Lt. Col. William Little, asst. military attache 

Maj. John W. Farrell, asst. military air attache 

Capt. John J. Jarvis, Jr., asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Carol H. Foster, consul general 
R. Austin Acly, consul 
Winifred B. Linderman, cultural officer 
William O. Anderson, vice consul; admin, asst 
Harry E. Stevens, consul 
William R. Duggan, vice consul 
Katherine E. O'Cormor, vice consul 
Emily N. Dean, librarian 
John G. Riddick, vice consul 
Clarence J. Mcintosh, vice consul 
James V. Brennan, vice consul 
Port Elizabeth, Cape Prov- Kenneth A. Byrns, vice consul 
ince (C). 

1 Assigned also as third secretary at Ankara; resident in Ankara. 

2 Legation Chancery maintained at Capetown during sessions of the Union Parliament. (Parliament normally 
convenes early in January and is prorogued about the end of May, but special sessions may be called at any time.) 

' Assigned to serve at Johannesburg. 

* Assigned also to Basutoland, Bechuanaland, British Islands adjacent to east coast of Africa, Kenya, Northern 
Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Southern Rhodesia, Swaziland, Tanganyika, and Uganda. 



Capetown, Cape Province 
(CG). 



Durban, Natal (C). 



Johannesburg, Transvaal 
(CG). 



May 


7, 


1945 


May 


2, 


1946 


May 


29 


1945 


J June 


21 


1945 


Dec. 


14, 


1945 


tNov. 


13, 


1946 


tNov. 


13, 


1946 


July 


6, 


1944 


Mar. 


26 


1946 


Apr. 


11 


1946 


July 


22 


1946 


tJuly 


30 


1946 


Nov. 


21 


1946 


Nov. 


2 


1945 


Aug. 


25 


1942 


tNov. 


13 


1946 


Sept. 


12, 1945 


July 


17 


1946 


Jan. 


2 


1945 


June 


4 


1945 


tNov. 


13 


1946 


July 


19 


1946 


Feb. 


25, 


1946 


Jan. 


15, 


1946 


May 20, 


1943 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



53 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


UNION OF SOVIET SO- 








CIALIST EEPUBLICS 








Moscow (E) 


Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith, ambassador 


Mar. 22, 1946 






extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 








Elbridge Dm-brow, counselor of embassy 


Mar. 29, 1946 


FSO-3 




Louis Guy Michael, agricultural attache 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-2 




John Davies, Jr., first secretary; consul 


Jan. 26,1945 


FSO-3 




Foy D. Kohler, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 11,1946 
July 1, 1946 


FSO-3 




Armond D. Willis, cultural officer 


FSR^ 




Merritt N. Cootes, first secretary; consul 


tian. 5, 1946 


FSO-4 




G. Frederick Reinhardt, first secretary; consul 


JMar. 22, 1946 


FSO^ 




Melville J. Ruggles, attache 


Jan. 11,1946 


FSS-5 




S. Roger Tyler, Jr., first secretary; consul 


tFeb. 25,1946 


FSO-4 




Thomas P. Whitney, attache 


Mar. 1, 1944 


FSS-6 




Thomas J. Cory, second secretary; vice consul 


May 29, 1945 


FSO-5 




John M. McSweeney, second secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
Joseph J. Bulik, agricultural attache 


July 30,1946 


FSO-5 




JNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 6,1942 


FSR-5 




Frederick C. Barghoom, attache 


FSS-8 




Alan M. G. Little, attache 


Oct. 25,1946 


FSS-8 




Manning H. Williams, information officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




M. Elizabeth Eagan, asst. cultural officer 


}Nov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 1, 1945 


FSS-8 




William A. Crawford, third secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-5 




Edward L. Freers, third secretary; vice consul 


Oct. 10,1945 


FSO-5 




David H. Henry, 2d, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Dec. 26,1945 


FSO-5 




Oscar C. Holder, third secretary; vice consul 


July 30,1946 


FSO-5 




Nathan Spencer Barnes, attache 


tJune 6,1946 


FSS-9 




Alva Taber, special disbursing agent 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-10 




Louise E. Luke, attache 


tJune 6, 1946 


FSS-10 




Oliver Paul Webb, special disbursing officer 


Sept. 5,1946 


FSS-10 




Nicholas Hardy, vice consul. 


{Jan. 9, 1946 


FSS-12 




Robert M. Hankin, attache J.... 


Jan. 18,1946 
May 22, 1946 


FSS-12 




William H. Dougherty, vice consul 


FSS-12 




Joseph T. Kendrick, vice consul 


Dec. 23,1946 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Maj. Gen. Robert C. Macon, military attache 


Apr. 26,1946 
tNov. 8,1945 






Rear Admiral Houston L. Maples, naval attache 






and naval attache for air. 








Brig. Gen. Walter E. Todd, military air attache.. 


Nov. 2,1945 






Col. Charles E. Shephard, asst. military attache.. 


Oct. 19,1945 






Col. James C. Crockett, asst. military attache 


Oct. 30,1945 






Lt. Col. H. Gary Schumann, asst. military attache. 


Oct. 9, 1945 






Lt. Col. Peter Denisevich, asst. mUitary attache.. 


Mar. 1,1946 






Lt. Col. Bruce Buttles, asst. military attache 


Mar. 8,1946 






Lt. Col. Jacob F. Mynderse, asst. military attache- 


Apr. 30,1946 






Maj. Lawrence B. Roy, asst. mOitary attache 


Oct. 19,1945 






Maj. Nicholas S. DeTolly, asst. military air at- 


Mar. 14, 1946 






tache. 








Capt. Louis H. Hunte, asst. naval attache and 


Apr. 11,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Capt. Robert J. Vaughn, asst. naval attache and 


Nov. 8,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Miller H. Cosby, asst. naval attache and 


Nov. 11, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Michael Elin, asst. naval attache and 


tNov. 2,1945 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Ronald 0. Bollenbach, asst. naval attache 


Nov. 23, 1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Charles H. Connelly, asst. naval attache and 


Jan. 4, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 







54 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


and class 


UNION OF SOVIET SO- 
CIALIST REPUB- 
LICS— Continued 

Moscow (E")— Continued 
(MA&NA)-Con 

Vladivostok (CG) 


Lt. Robert H. Dreher, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Francis X. Prior, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 


May 21, 1946 
Jan. 4, 1946 




URUGUAY 


Joseph F. McOurk, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 
Edward J Sparks counselor of embassy 


July 12,1946 

tSept. 20, 1945 
July 17,1946 

tJuly 10,1945 
July 1,1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 
June 21,1946 
May 20, 1943 
Dec. 3,1941 
Dec. 23,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 
July 26,1946 

May 12,1945 
Oct. 5, 1945 

July 23,1946 
Mar. 11, 1946 
Oct. 24,1945 

Jan. 20, 1939 

JMay 15, 1946 

tJune 21,1945 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Apr. 17,1946 
July 1, 1946 

JJuly 1, 1946 
May 16,1946 
July 28,1942 

{Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 




James E. Brown, Jr., first secretary; consul 

Franklin W. Wolf, cml. attache __._ 


FSO-3 
FSR-4 






FSR-4 






FSR-4 




Charfes H. Whitaker, second secretary; vice consul. 

John L. Topping, second secretary; vice consul 

Stewart Q. Anderson, third secretary; vice consul. 

Weldon Litsey, third secretary; vice consul... 

DeWitt L. Stora, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas D Kingsley econ analyst 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-10 


(MA & NA) 


Williams Beal, third secretary; vice consul 

Col. Egon R. Tausch, military attache. 


FSO-6 


VENEZUELA 

Caracas (E) 


Capt. Forrest Tucker, naval attache and naval at- 
tache for air. 

Lt. Col. Joseph H. Paul, military air attache 

Maj. James H. King, asst. military attache 

Capt. Henry C. Barringer, asst. military attache.. 

Frank P. Corrigan, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
James H Kempton agricultural attache 






FSS-2 




Thomas J Maleady first secretary 


FSO-3 




Charles F Knox Jr cml attache 


FSO-3 






FSR-4 






FSS-5 




D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, public-affairs oflicer.... 


FSR-4 
FSR-5 






FSO-5 






FSO-5 






FSO-6 






Sept. 30, 1946 
Feb. 28,1946 

Aug. 23,1944 
May 20,1944 
July 30,1946 






Capt. Henry J. Armstrong, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Carl G. Wagner, military air attache 






Maj. John B. Maas, Jr., asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 





and Quito; resident in BogotS. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



55 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


VENEZUELA— Con. 

Caracas (E)— Continued 
(CO) 


Curtis Waldo Barnes, sr. econ. analyst.... 


May 26, 1943 

July 16,1945 
{Feb. 10,1946 

June 29,1937 
tApr. 21,1946 

Jan. 29,1946 
IDec. 17,1945 

Feb. 5,1946 


FSS-6 




FSR-5 




Horace C. deBaca, admin, officer 


FSS-9 




George R. Phclan, vice consul 


FSS-9 




Alan S Kipping, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 






FSS-11 






FSS-12 


La Guaira (VC) 


Manuel J. Codoner, vice consul .....-- 


FSS-8 








tegui (VC). 




Mar. 18, 1944 
Nov. 27.1943 
iApr. 7,1945 

Aug. 22,1946 

Sept. 21, 1944 

tFeb. 14,1945 
June 26,1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 28,1946 

tApr. 17,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Feb. 19,1946 
July 23,1945 
Mar. 11,1946 

tAug. 12,1946 
Nov. 1,1946 

Mar. 23, 1946 
Oct. 1, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 
Apr. 29,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
May 15,1946 

Jan. 25.1946 
Mar. 22, 1946 


FSO-4 




Harold D Pease, vice consul 


FSS-10 






FSS-12 


YEMEN 

Sana'a (L)' 


J. Rives Childs, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 

Richard C. Patterson, Jr., ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 


YUGOSLAVIA 

Belgrade (Beograd) (E) 




FSO-1 




John M. Cabot, counselor of embassv 


FSO-2 




Francis Deak, civil air attach^ ' 


FSS-2 




E. Bigelow Thompson, public-affairs officer 


FSR-3 
FSO-3 






FSR-4 






FSS-8 




James H. Spitler, vice consul 


FSS-9 
FSS-10 


(MA & NA) 


William K. Leonhart, third secretary; vice consul- 
Donald P. Downs, third secretary; vice consul 

Edwin M. Harbordt, third secretary; vice consul- _ 

Col. Richard C. Partridge, military attache 

Capt. Willard M. Sweetser, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Col. James W. Anderson, Jr., military air attachg. 
Lt. Col. Chester M. Stratton, asst. military 

attache. 
Maj. John F. Twombly, asst. military attache,. .- 
Lt. Vladimir L. Rychly, asst. naval attache 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 


Zagreb (C) 


FSO-4 




Peter Constan, vice consul 


FSS-8 









' No office maintained at Sana'a. 

2 Accredited also to Saudi Arabia; resident in Jidda. 

3 Assigned also to Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 
* Assigned also to Sofia. 



56 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



Date of as- 


Category 


signment 1 


and class 


July 24,1945 
July 25,1946 


FSO-1 


FSO-5 


Mar. 13, 1946 


FSO-4 


July 30,1946 


FSO-3 


Nov. 1, 1945 


FSO-5 


June 25,1946 


FSO-3 


Feb. 26,1945 


FSO-3 


Nov. 23, 1946 


FSO-6 


June 3, 1942 


FSO-2 


Feb. 10,1945 


FSO-3 


Apr. 2, 1945 


FSO-5 


Mar. 6,1946 


FSO-4 


Aug. 25, 1945 


FSO-CM 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-4 


Nov. 16, 1943 


FSO-2 


Dec. 4, 1946 


FSO-6 


Nov. 1,1946 


FSO-3 


Jan. 2, 1945 


FSO-CM 


Jan. 13,1944 


FSO-3 


Apr. 21,1945 


FSO-3 


May 20, 1946 


FSO-4 


Mar. 1,1945 


FSS-10 


Dec. 4, 1944 


FSO-S 


Jan. 22,1946 


FSO-4 


Oct. 29,1946 


FSO-4 


June 11,1946 


FSO-4 


Apr. 1, 1946 


FSO-5 


Dec. 31,1946 


FSO-3 


Oct. 5, 1945 


FSO-1 


June 28,1943 


FSO-1 


May 31,1945 


FSO-4 


July 17,1946 


FSO-2 


Mar. 17, 1945 


FSO-4 


Dec. 6, 1945 


FSO-3 


May 15, 1945 


FSO-4 


May 10,1944 


FSO-5 


Mar. 16, 1945 


FSO-4 


Nov. 7,1946 


FSO-4 


Feb. 6,1945 


FSO-3 


June 11,1946 


FSO-6 


July 7, 1945 


FSO-4 


July 14,1944 


FSO-4 


May 23, 1946 


rso-3 


Dec. 6,1946 


FSO-4 


July 4, 1945 


FSO-3 


Aug. 27, 1946 


FSS-8 


Mar. 13, 1946 


FSO-1 


Oct. 3, 1946 


FSS-12 


Mar. 1,1945 


FSS-9 


Mar. 6,1945 


FSO-4 


May 13,1946 


FSC-2 


Aug. 1, 1946 


FSO-4 


July 13,1946 


FSO-3 


Aug. 13,1946 


FSO-4 


May 30,1945 


FSO-4 



Ackerman, Ralph H. '_ 

Adair, Charles W., Jr.' 

Afield, William C, Jr 

Allison, John M_ 

Bagby, Philip H 

Baldwin, LaVeme 

Barbour, Walworth 

Blow, Stuart 2... ..- 

Bohlen, Charles E 

Braddock, Daniel M 

Brandin, Robert M.' 

Breuer, Carl 

Briggs, Ellis O 

Burger, Roy E 

Canty, George R 

Carpenter, Gardner C 

Carr, Robert M. 2 

Chapin, Selden_ 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 

Childs, Archie W.J 

Christopherson, Carl E 

Clark, Robert A., Jr 

Colquitt, Adrian B 

Connelly, Bernard C 

Cowan, Robert T 

Cunningham, H. Francis, Jr.. 

Davis, Richard H 

Dawson, Allan 

DeCourcy, William E 

Dickover, Erie R 

Dillingham, Sherburne 

Donovan, Howard 

Dowling, Walter C 

Elbrick, C. Burke 

Emmerson, John K. » 

English, Clifton P 

Espy, James -.. 

Fales, Herbert P 

Flake, Wilson C. 

Forman, Douglas N., Jr 

Fornes, Frederic C ., Jr 

Foster, Andrew B 

Fowler, William A.» 

Fraleigh, William N.» 

Gantenbein, James W.s 

Gibson, William G.s 

Gray, Cecil Wayne 

Gross, Joseph E.> 

Grotjohan, A. W.J 

GuUion, Edmund A 

Haering, George J 

Hale. Robert F 

Hare, Raymond A 

Hart, Parker T 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr 



1 The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on which 
he reports for duty. 

3 Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

« Temporarily detailed to Office of United States Political Adviser to Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, 
Tokyo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 57 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 



Category 
and class 



Henderson, Loy W 

Hoffmann, Erich W. A.'... 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Huddle, J. Klahr 

Jacobs, Joseph E.» -- 

Janz, Robert 

Jemegan, John D 

Jester, Perry N 

Johnson, Richard A 

Jones, Ralph A_ 

Kennan, George F 

Knox, M. Gordon.- -. 

Kolinski, Charles J 

Lafoon, Sidney K 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr.- 

LeBreton, David, Jr -- 

Leverich, Henry P 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 

Lynch, Andrew G 

Lyon, Cecil B 

Mallory, Lester DeWitt 2.. 

Matthews, H. Freeman 

McBride, Robert H 

McClintock, Robert Mills.. 

McCully, Edward N 

McFarland, James H., Jr. 2. 
McLaughlin, Edward D.'.. 

Mills, Sheldon T 

Minor, Harold B 

Mitchell Reginald P 

Montgomery, Edmund B.. 

Morgan, John H 

Muccio, John J 

Newbegin, Robert 

Niederjohn, James A 

Ocheltree, John B.' 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 

Parsons, J. Graham 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr 

Penfleld, James K 

Post, Richard H 

Ray, Guy W 

Reber, Samuel 

Reed, Edward L.a 

Reveley, Paul J 

Rice, Edward E.>. 

Richards, Arthur L 

Riddleberger, James W 

Riggs, Benjamin Reath 

Ringwalt, Arthur R.» 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 

Schoenfeld, Rudolf E.2 

Smith, Bromley K 

Stevens, Francis Bowden.. 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr.' 

Strom, Carl W 



July 
Oct. 

Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
June 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
June 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
July 
Dec. 
June 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
July 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
July 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
July 
Oct. 
July 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
July 
Mar. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
May 
Mar. 
Nov. 



21, 1945 
3, 1946 

19. 1944 

18. 1945 

13. 1946 
30, 1946 
10, 1946 
29, 1941 
24, 1946 
15, 1946 
26, 1946 
26, 1946 
21, 1946 
22, 1945 

1, 1946 
19, 1945 
26, 1943 
17, 1945 

26. 1945 

17. 1946 
3, 1945 

28, 1943 
21, 1946 

4. 1945 
25, 1946 

4. 1946 
23, 1946 
17, 1946 
23, 1943 

1, 1945 

2. 1943 

22. 1943 
11, 1946 

10. 1945 

15. 1946 

9. 1944 

14. 1945 
1, 1942 

18. 1944 
20, 1944 

13. 1946 
20, 1946 

15. 1944 

13. 1945 

30. 1946 
25, 1945 

8. 1945 
28, 1943 

2. 1946 
25, 1945 
13, 1945 

29. 1945 

21. 1946 

26. 1945 

15. 1946 
6, 1945 



FSO-CM 

FSS-10 

FSO-4 

PSO-1 

FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSO^ 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSS-10 

FSO-CM 

FSO-5 

FSS-12 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-2 

FSO-CM 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSS-12 

FSO-6 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSS-12 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-1 

FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-2 

FSO-1 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 



1 The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on which 
he reports for duty. 
> Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



58 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Date of as- 


Category 


signment ' 


and class 


June 27,1946 


FSO-4 


June 4, 1946 


FSO-3 


Mar. 24, 1945 


FSO-1 


Nov. 29, 1946 


FSO-2 


Aug. 9,1946 


FSO-4 


Apr. 8,1946 


FSO-3 


Dec. 9,1946 


FSO-3 


Apr. 10,1945 


FSO-4 


Feb. 26,1943 


FSO-4 


Aug. 24,1942 


FSO-3 


Jan. 28,1946 


FSO-3 


Oct. 2, 1946 


FSO-5 


Sept. 7,1945 


FSS-8 


Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 


Dec. 15,1942 


FSO-CM 


Dec. 22,1944 


FSO-3 


Dec. 20,1945 


FSO-5 


Mar. 8,1946 


FSO-6 


July 13,1944 


FSO-4 


Apr. 21,1944 


FSO-3 


July 24,1945 


FSO-5 


Oct. 28,1946 


FSS-12 


Aug. 23,1946 


FSO-5 


Apr. 22,1944 


FSO-3 


Oct. 26,1945 


FSO-3 


Sept. 5,1946 


FSO-4 



Strong, Robert O -. 

Taylor, Laurence W 

Tewell, Harold S.__ -.-. 

Tewksbury, Howard H 

Thayer, Charles W._. 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr 

Thompson, Tyler 

Thurston, Ray L 

Timberlake, Clare H 

Trimble, William C 

Trueblood, Edward G 

Tuthill, John W.2 

Valenza, Thomas F 

Van Oss, Hendrik ' 

Vincent, John Carter 

Wailes, Edward T--_ 

Walker, William W 

Wells, Alfred W.J 

Wells, Milton K 

Wendelin, Eric C 

West, George Lybrook, Jr.. 

White, RollieH., Jr 

Wilktns, Eraser 

Willis, Frances E 

Wright, James H.« 

Yearns, Kenneth J.' 



' The length of an ofBcer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on 
which he reports for duty. 
' Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



PERSONNEL ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



Name 


Where assigned 


Date of 
assignment 


Category 
and class 


Butrick, Richard P 


Manila, _. 1... 


July 31,1946 
Aug. 2,1944 
Dec. 22,1944 


FSO-1 




FSO-3 






FSO-2 









PERSONNEL ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 


Date of 
assignment 


Category 
and class 




Dec. 9, 1942 
Oct. 18,1945 
Dec. 20,1945 
Dec. 17,1945 


FSO-1 




FSO-3 


Morris, Leland B. 


FSO-1 




FSO-1 







POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



59 



PERSONNEL ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING 
REESTABLISHED 



Name 


Status 


Category 
and class 




Consul general at Bratislava, Czechoslovakia; post not 

yet established. 
Consul general at Harbin; office not yet reestablished. 


FSO-2 




rso-3 






Cooper, Charles A 


On leave of absence without pay 


FSO-5 


Dean, Robert William 


On leave for military duty 




Farrell, William S 


On leave of absence without pay 


FSO-4 


Holm, Arvid G ... 


Vice consul at Bergen; office not yet reestablished 


FSS-12 




FSO-4 


La Rue, G. Wallace 




FSO-5 


Merrill, Frederick T 




FSS-6 






FSO-4 


Reese, Raymond E . 


On leave for military duty 




Siebens, Allen C. 


Vice consul at Harbin; office not yet reestablished 


rss-12 







SPECIAL OFFICES 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ITALY 








Rome (Office of the United 


James Clement Dunn, United States repre- 


July 25,1946 


FSO-CM 


States Representative on the 


sentative.' 






Advisory CouncU for Italy). 








Caserta (Office of the United 


James Clement Dunn, United States political 


July 25,1946 


FSO-CM 


States Political Adviser to 


adviser.i 






the Supreme Commander, 


William E. Cole, Jr., Foreign Service officer 


Jan. 23,1946 


FSOHl 


Mediterranean Theater). 








JAPAN 








Tokyo (Office of United States 


George Atcheson, Jr., United States political 


Sept. 7,1945 


FSO-CM 


Political Adviser to Supreme 


adviser.2 






Commander for Allied Pow- 


H. Earle Russell, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 26,1946 


FSO-1 


ers). 


David C. Berger, consul general 


Oct 14 1946 


FSO-3 




Cabot Coville, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 27,1946 


FSO-3 




William J. Sebald, special asst 


Dec. 3, 1945 


FSS-2 




Max Waldo Bishop, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 25,1945 


FSO-3 




Glenn A. Abbey, Foreign Service officer 


July 16,1946 


FSO-3 




Sidney H. Browne, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 20,1946 


FSO-3 




Thomas S. Horn, Foreign Service officer 


July 17,1946 


FSO-4 




Gerald Warner, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 24,1946 


FSO-4 




Glen W. Bruner, Foreign Service officer 


Feb. 8, 1946 


FSO-4 




Jay Di.xon Edwards, Foreign Service officer 


Jan. 4, 1946 


FSO-5 




Richard A. Poole, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 26,1946 


FSO-5 




Rolland H. Bushner, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 21,1946 


FSO-6 


Yokohama (Branch of Office of 


U. Alexis Johnson, consul 


Apr. 5, 1946 


FSO-4 


United States Political Ad- 








viser to Supreme Com- 


Douglas W. Overton, vice consul .___ 


Dec. 29,1945 


FSO-6 


mander for Allied Powers).' 


Otis W. Rhoades, vice consul 


Apr. 23,1946 


FSS-10 




Harry F. Pfeiffer, Jr., Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 2, 1946 


FSO-6 



1 Also ambassador to Italy. 
' With the personal rank of 
' This office performs consular 
737422—47 5 



60 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


KOKEA 








Seoul (Office of United States 


William R. Langdon, consul general; United 


{May 15, 1946 


FSO-2 


Political Adviser, Stafl of 


States political adviser. 






Commanding General, U. S. 


Arthur C. Bunce, econ. adviser to commanding 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-1 


Occupation Forces in 


general.* 






Korea).' 


Owen Thomas Jones, associate chief of mission 
for econ. alTairs. 


Sept. 25, 1946 


FSS-1 




Robert A. Kinney, sr. econ. analyst for mission 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-4 




for econ. affairs. 








Eugene V. Prostov, sr. econ. analyst for mission 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-6 




for econ. affairs. 








Paul J. Sturm, sr. econ. analyst for mission for 


Aug. 19,1946 


FSS-6 




econ. aflfairs. 








Tilmer 0. Engebretson, econ. analyst for mission 


Sept. 26, 1946 


FSS-8 




for econ. affairs. 








Edith M. Royce, econ. analyst for mission for 


Aug. 20,1946 


FSS-10 




econ. affairs. 








Marion L. Worden, econ. analyst foi mission for 


Aug. 23,1946 


FSS-10 




econ. affairs. 








Lenore D. Lieblich, econ. analyst for mission for 


Aug. 24,1946 


FSS-10 




econ. affairs. 








David E. Mark, vice consul 


Oct. 31, 1946 


FSO-6 



This office performs consular functions. 
' With the personal rank of minister. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



Description of Consular Districts 

[This list contains only those countries in which the consular districts have been definitely delimited.) 



AFGHANISTAN 



Kabul 

All of Afghanistan. 



ARGENTINA 



Bueno§ Aires 

All of Argentina. 



AUSTRALIA 
Adelaide, South Australia 

The State of South Australia and the Northern 
Territory. 

Brisbane, Queensland 

The State of Queensland. 

Melbourne, Victoria 

The State of Victoria, and Tasmania. 

Perth, Western Australia 

The State of Western Australia. 

Sydney, New South Wales 

The State of New South Wales; the Territories of the 
Commonwealth (the Federal Capital Territory, the 
Territory of Papua, the Territory of Norfolk Island, 
and the Mandated Territory of New Guinea); the 
Mandated Territory of Nauru; and the New Hebrides. 



BELGIU.M AND BELGIAN CONGO AND 
ADJACENT TERRITORY 



The Provinces of Antwerp, East Flanders, West 
Flanders, and Limburg. 

Brussels 

The Provinces of Brabant, Hainaut, Luxembourg 
(Belgium), Namur, and Li6ge (including the former 
German territories denominated Eupen-Malmedy.) 

(Africa) 

Leopoldville, Belgian Congo 

The Belgian (^ongo and the Territory of Ruanda- 
Urundi (Belgian mandate). 



BOLIVIA 

Cocbabamba. Cochabamba 

The Departments of Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, 
Beni, and Pando. 

La Paz, La Paz 

The Departments of La Paz, Chuquisaca, Oruro, 
Potosi, and Tarija. 



BRAZIL 

Bahia (Sao Salvador), Bahia 

The States of Bahia and Sergipe and that portion of 
the State of Piauhy south of 8° south latitude. 

Fortaleza, Ceara 

The State of Ceara. 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 

The State of Rio Grande do Norte. 

Para (Belem), Pari 

The States of Amazonas, Maranhao, and Para; that 
portion of the State of Piauhy lying north of 8° south 
latitude, and Acre territory. 

Pernambuco (Recife), Pernambuco 

The States of Parahyba, Pernambuco, and Alagoas 
and the island of Fernando de Noronha. 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 

The State of Rio Grande do Sul. 

Rio de Janeiro 

The State of Rio de Janeiro, the State of Minas 
Oeraes, and the Federal District. 

Victoria (vice consulate): The State of Espirito 
Santo. 

Santos, Sao Paulo 

The port and municipality of Santos and the munici- 
pality of Sao Vicente in the State of S5o Paulo. 

Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo 

The State of S5o Paulo, excepting the port and 
municipality of Santos and the municipality of Sao 
Vicente, and the States of Parana, Matte Orosso, 
Ooyaz, and Santa Catharina. 



SoBa 

.Vll of Bulgaria. 



Antofagasta 

The Provinces of .\ntofagasta and Atacama. 

Santiago 

The Provinces of Arauco, .\ysen, Bio-Bio, Cautin, 
Chilo6, Colchagua, Coneepeion, Curico, Linares, Llan- 
quihue, Magallanes. Malleco, Maule, Nuble, O'Hig- 
gins, Osorno, Santiago, Talca, Tarapaea, and Valdivia. 

Valparaiso 

The Provinces of Aconcagua, Coquimbo, and Val- 
paraiso, together with Easter Island and Juan Fer- 
nandez Islands. 



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CHINA 

Canton, Kwangtung 

The Provinces of Kwangtung (including Hainan 
Island) and Kwangsi. 

Chungking, Szechwan 

The Provinces of Szechwan, Sikang, Tsinghai and 
Kansu, and Tibet. 

Hankow. Hupeh 

That portion of the Province of Honan south of the 
Yellow River's former (pre-1938) course (which con- 
tinued between Chenghsicu and Lanfeng in a gener- 
ally east-west course north of the Limghai Railway 
and which turned north-eastward in the vicinity of 
the latter town) and all of the Provinces of Hupeh, 
Kiangsi, Hunan, and Shensi. 

Kunming, Yunnan 
Yunnan and Kweichow Provinces. 

Nanking, Kiangsu 

The Municipal Area of Nanking, including Pukow. 

Peiping, Hopeh 

Greater Peiping, including Tungchow (Tunghsien) 
and Mentoukou. 

Shanghai, Kiangsu 

The Provinces of Anhwei, Chekiang, Fukien and 
Kiangsu (except the Municipal Area of Nanking, 
includmg Pukow). 

Taipei (Taihoku), Taiwan (Formosa) 
All of Taiwan (Formosa) and the Pescadores. 

Tientsin, Hopeh 

The Provinces of Ningsia, Shansi, Suiyuan, Chahar, 
and Jehol, that portion of the Province of Honan 
north of the Yellow River's former (pre-1938) course 
(which continued between Chenghsien and Lanfeng 
in a generally east-west course north of the Lunghai 
Railway and which turned north-eastward in the 
vicinity of the latter town), and all of Hopeh Province 
except Greater Peiping (Tungchow (Tunghsien)) and 
Mentoukou being part of Greater Peiping and in the 
Peiping Consular District). 

Tihwa, Sinkiang 

All of the Province of Sinkiang. 

Tsingtao, Shantung 

All of Shantung Province. 



COLOMBIA 
Barranquilla 

The Departments of Atldntico, Magdalena, San- 
tander, Sahtander del Norte, and the Comisaria of 
Goajira. 

Bogota 

The Departments of Boyaca, Cundinamarca, 
Tolima, and Huila; that portion of the Department of 
Caldas lying to the east of the Cauca River basin; the 
Comisarias of Arauca, Vichada, Vaupgs, Caqueta, 
Putumayo, and Amazonas; and the Intendencia of 
Meta. 



CaU 

The Departments of Valle, Cauca, and Nariilo, 
that portion of the Intendencia of Choco lying south 
of a line drawn directly eastward from El Valle (in- 
cluded) to the Atrato River; and that portion of the 
Department of Caldas lying in the Cauca River 
basin. 

Cartagena 

The Department of Bolivar and the Intendencia of 
San Andrfis y Providencia (islands in the Caribbean). 



Medellfn 

The Department of Antioquia and that portion of 
the Intendencia of Choco lying north of a line drawn 
directly eastward from El Valle (excluded) to the 
Atrato River. 



COSTA RICA 
Port Limon 

The Province of Limon. 

San Jose 

All of Costa Rica except the Province of Limon. 



CUBA 
Ilabana 

The Provinces of Pinar del Rio, Habana (which 
includes Isla de Pinos or Isle of Pines), Matanzas, and 
Santa Clara. 

Nuevitas 

The Province of Camagiiey. 

Santiago dc Cuba 

The Province of Oriente. 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha 

All of Czechoslovakia. 



DENMARK 

Copenhagen 

All of Denmark except Greenland. 

Godthaab, Greenland 

All of Greenland. 



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 
Ciudad Trujillo 

All of the Dominican Republic. 



ECUADOR 

Guayaquil 

The Provinces of Azuay, Canar, El Oro, Esmeraldas, 
Guayas, Loja, Los Rfos, Manabf, and the territory of 
Archipieiago de Colon (Galapagos Islands), and Ecua- 
doran territory east of the Provinces Azuay and Loja. 



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Quito 

The Provinces of Bolivar, Carchi, Chimborazo. 
Cotopaxi, Imbabura, Pichineha, Tungurahua, and 
the Ecuadoran territory east of these provinces. 



EGYPT 
Alexandria 

The Governorates of Alexandria and Damictta, and 
the six Provinces (Mudirlas) of Lower Egypt (Behfira, 
Gharbla, Menufia, Qaliubla, and Sharqla). 



Cairo 

The Govcrnorate of Cairo; the eight Provinces 
(Mudirias) of Upper Egypt (Asyut, AswSn, Beni 
Suef, Fayum, Girga, GIza, Minia, and Qena); the 
Frontier Districts (Eastern Desert, the Egyptian 
Libyan Desert, DSkhla and Kharga Oases, etc.) 
except the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) the 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 

Port Said 

In Egypt, the Governorates of the Canal and of 
Suez, and the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) 
the island of Cyprus. 



EL SALVADOR 



San Salvador 
All of El Salvador. 



ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa 

All of Ethiopia, French Somali Coast, and Eritrea. 



Helsinki 

All of Finland. 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS 

(France) 
Bordeaux 

The Departments of Ariege, Basses-Pyr6n6es, 
Charente, Charcnte-Infgrieure, Correze, Crease, 
Deux Sevres, Dordogne, Gers, Gironde, Haute- 
Garonne, Haute-Vienne, Hautes-Pyrfoees, Landes, 
Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, Tarn-et-Garonne, Vendue, and 
Vienne. 

Cherbourg 

The Departments of Calvados, C6tes-du-Nord, 
Finistere, lUe-et-Vilaine, Manche, Mayenne, Mor- 
bihan, and Orne. 

Le Havre 

The Departments of Eure, Nord, Pas de Calais, 
Sein-Inffrieure, and Somme. 



The Departments of Ain, AUier, Cantal, Cote-d'Or, 
Haute-Loire, Haute-Savoie, Isere, Jura, Loire, Puy- 
de-Dome, Rhone, Saone-et-Loire, and Savoie. 



MarBcille 

The Departments of Ardeche, Aude, Aveyron, 
Bouchcs-du-Rh5ne, Drome, Gard, Herault, Lozcre, 
Pyr6n6es-Orientales, Tarn, Var, Vaucluse, and the 
island of Corsica (Corse). 

Nice 

The Departments of Basses-Alpes, Hautes-Alpes, 
Alpes-Maritimes, and the Principality of Monaco. 

Paris 

The Departments of Aisne, Aube, Cher, Eure-et- 
Loire, Indre, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, Loire 
Inferieure, Maine-et-Loire, Marne, Nievre, Oise, 
Sarthe, Seine, Seine-et-Marne, Seine-et-Oise, Yoime, 
and in Africa, French Equatorial Africa (comprising 
Chad, Gabon, Ubangi-Shari, and Middle Congo), and 
Cameroons (French Mandate). 

Strasbourg 

The Departments of Ardennes, Bas-Rhin, Doubs, 
Haute-Marne, Haut-Rhin, Haute-Saone, Meurthe-et- 
Moselle, Meuse, Moselle, Vosges, and the Territory 
of Belfort. 

(Possessions) 
Algiers, Algeria 

All of Algeria (includingthe Territories of the South). 
Dakar, French West Africa 

All of French West Africa (including the Colonies 
Dahomey, French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory 
Coast, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal, and the Cir- 
cumscription of Dakar), and Togoland (French man- 
date). 

Hanoi, French Indochina 

The State of Tonkin, the State of Annam which in- 
cludes the Provinces of Quang Tri, Quang Bing, Ha 
Tinh, Ngaean, and Thanh Hoa, and in the State of 
Laos the Provinces of Savannakat, Kham Mon, 
Vientiane, Tran Ninh, Luang Prabang, Huz Panh, 
Haut-Mekong, and Muong Hou. 

Martinique, French West Indies 

All of French West Indies and French Guiana. 
Noumea, New Caledonia 

All of New Caledonia and dependencies (including 
the WaUis Archipelago, the Loyalty Islands, the Huon 
Islands, Futuna, and Alofi). 

Saigon, French Indochina 

The States of Cambodia, Cochinchina, in the State 
of Annam the Provinces of Binh Thuan, Khanh Hoa, 
Kon Toum, Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai, Quang Nam, and 
Thua Thien, and in the State of Laos the Provinces of 
Khong, Bassac, Attopeu, and Saravanne. 

Tahiti, Society Islands 

The Society Islands, Austral Islands, Marquesas 
Islands, the Tuamotu Archipelago, and the Gambler 
Islands. 

Tananarive, Madagascar 

The island of Madagascar (together with the Comoro 
Islands, the Glorious Islands, and the islands of Nossi 
B6 and Ste. Marie, and Kerguelen, Crozet, St. Paul, 
Amsterdam, and other island dependencies of Mada- 
gascar) and Reunion Island. 



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Tunis, Tunisia 

All of Tunisia. 



GERMANY 
Berlin 

Greater Berlin area. 
Bremen 

The State and City of Bremen (including Breiner- 
haven), the State of Oldenburg, that portion of the 
Province of Hanover lying west of the Weser River 
and that portion of the Regierungsbezirk of Minden 
(part of Hanover) lying east of the Weser River, that 
portion of Rhine Province which lies within the British 
Zone of Occupation, the Province of Westphalia, and 
the States of Lippe and Schauniburg-Lii)pe. 

Frankfort on the Main 

The Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau (except the 
exclave Kreis Schmalkalden), the State of Hesse, the 
Bavarian Palatinate (Pfalz), the Saarland (which was 
formerly a special administrative district of the Reich), 
and that part of Rhine Province which lies within the 
French Zone of Occupation. 

Hamburg 

The Province of Schleswig-Holstein and that portion 
of the Province of Hanover which lies east of the Weser 
River (including Brunswick), but excepting the 
Regierungsbezirk of Minden. 

Munich 

The State of Bavaria (Bayem), except the Bavarian 
Palatinate (Pfalz). 

Stuttgart 

The States of Wiirttemberg and Baden, and the 
Prussian Province of HohenzoUern. 



(;REAT BRITAIN ' AND NORTHERN IRELAND 
Belfast. Northern IreluntI 

Northern Ireland (counties of Antrim, Armagh, 
Down Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone). 

Birmingham. England 

All of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire (including 
the Soke of Peterborough), Rutlandshire, Stafford- 
shire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire; and that 
portion of Shropshire which lies south of a line drawn 
from a point where the River Severn cuts the western 
boundary of Shropshire, eastwardly to Market Dray- 
ton (excluded). 



Bradford, Ens-land 

That part of Yorkshire (portions of the administra- 
tive counties of West Riding and North Riding) com- 
prised within the following boundaries: Beginning at 
the point common to the boundaries of Yorkshire, 
Cheshire, and Derbyshire, thence following the York- 
shire boundary westwardly and northwardly to the 
point where a straight line drawn from Colne (Lanca- 

> The counties in England as mentioned in these descriptions include the associated -county borough" cities, 



shire) to Hawes (North Riding) intersects the Lanca 
shire- West Riding boundary; thence northwardly 
along said Une to the boundary between the West 
Riding and the North Riding of Yorkshire; thence 
northwestwardly along said boundary to the Westmor- 
land boundary: thence northwardly and eastwardly 
along the Yorkshire boundary (North Riding) to a 
point due north of Richmond; thence due south to 
Richmond (included); thence southeastwardly to the 
city of York (the entire county borough of York being 
included); thence southwardly along the boundary 
between the West Riding and the East Riding to 
Selhy (excluded); thence following the same bound- 
ary to floole (excluded); thence southwestwardly 
to Thorne (excluded); thence westwardly through 
Banisley (excluded) and I'enistone (excluded) to the 
point of beginning. 

Bristol, England 

All of Gloucestershire and Somersetshire, and those 
portions of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the north- 
west of a line drawn from the point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Somersetshire, and Dorset- 
shire northeastwardly to Marlborough (excluded); 
and continued northeastwardly through Didcot (ex- 
cluded) to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire boundary. 

Cardiff, Wales 

In Wales, the counties of Brecknock, Cardigan, 
Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke, and Radnor; in 
England, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. 

Edinburgh, Scotland 

The counties of Aberdeen, Angus (Forfar), Berwick, 
Clackmannan, Dumfries, Fife, Kincardine, Kinross, 
Peebles, Roxburgh, Selkirk, East Lothian (Hadding- 
ton), Midlothian (Edinburgh), Westlothian (Linlith- 
gow), and that portion of the County Perth east of a 
line from the point where the Counties Clackmannan, 
Perth, and Stirling meet, northeast to Blackford (ex- 
cluded), north to C.ilmerton (excluded), thence along 
the Sma' Glen to Kinloch Rannoch (excluded), north- 
east to Blair AthoU (excluded), and north to the point 
where the Counties Aberdeen, Inverness, and Perth 
meet. 

(Glasgow. .Scotland 

The counties of Argyll, Ayr, Banff, Bute, Caithness, 
Dumbarton, Inverness (which includes the i.slands to 
the west and northwest, principally the Isle of Skye 
and the Hebrides, except the portion known as the 
Isle of Lewis), Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Moray (Elgin), 
Nairn, Orkney, Renfrew, Ross and Cromarty (which 
includes the Isle of Lewis, of the Hebrides), Shetland, 
Stirling, Sutherland, Wigtown, and that portion of 
the County Perth not included in the Edinburgh 
consular district. 



Hull, England 

All of the East Riding and portions of the North 
Riding and West Riding of Yorkshire, together with 
a portion of the administrative county known as the 
Parts of Lindsey in Lincolnshire which lie within the 
following line: Beginning at Saltfleet (included) on 
the Lincolnshire coast, a line drawn westwardly to the 



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point common to the boundaries of Lincolnshire, 
Yorkshire, and Nottinghamshire; thence northwardly 
to Thorne (included) and Ooole (included); thence 
along the East Riding-West Riding boundary to 
Selby (included); thence along the same boundary to 
the city of York (excluded); thence in a straight line 
northwestwardly to Richmond (excluded); thence due 
north to the Yorkshire boundary: thence eastwardly 
along the Yorkshire boundary to the sea, but excepting 
the city (county borough) of Middlesbrough. 

Liverpool, Eiiglanii 

Those portions of Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, 
and Cumberland lying within a line drawn from the 
point where the River Severn cuts the western bound- 
ary of Shropshire; northeastwardly to Market Drayton 
(included); thence eastwardly by the northern bound- 
ary of Staffordshire to Harecastle; thence northwest- 
wardly to Middlewich (included); thence northwest- 
wardly through Warrington (included), Wigan 
(excluded), Preston (excluded), and Lancaster (ex- 
cluded), and extendmg in a straight line across a 
portion of Morecambe Bay to the southernmost point 
of Westmorland on the coast; thence along the Lanca- 
shire-Westmorland boundary northwardly and west- 
wardly to the Cumberland boundary; thence north- 
westwardly to St. Bees Head; and the following coun- 
ties in Wales: Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbigh- 
shire, Flintshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomery- 
shire; and the Isle of Man. 

London, England 

All of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire (including the Lsle 
of Ely), Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckingham- 
shire, Oxfordshire, Surrey, East Sussex, and all coun- 
ties to the east thereof (Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, 
London, Middlesex, East Suffolk, and West Suffolk); 
that portion of Berkshire to the east of a line drawn 
through Reading (included) to the Surrey-Hampshire 
boundary; and that portion of West Sussex to the east 
of a line drawn from the Surrey-Hampshire boundary 
southeastwardly to Littlehampton (included). 

Manchester, England 

Those portions of Cheshire and Lancashire that lie 
to the east of a line drawn from the west end of the 
southernmost section of the Westmorland-Lancashire 
boundary southeastwardly to Lancaster, Preston, 
and Wigan (these three cities included), thence to 
Warrington and Middlewich (these two excluded) 
and thence to the Staffordshire boundary at Hare- 
castle (southeast of Lawton); all of Derbyshire; of 
Lincolnshire, the Parts of Kesteven, the Parts of 
Holland, and that portion of the Parts of Lindsey 
lying south of a line drawn from the northernmost 
point of Nottinghamshire eastwardly to the sea at 
Saltfleet (excluded); all of Nottinghamshire; of York- 
shire, that portion of West Riding that lies west and 
northwest of a line drawn from Colne (in Lancashire) 
to Hawes (in North Riding) and that portion of West 
Riding that lies south of a line drawn from the point 
common to the boundaries Cheshire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to Penistone (included). Barns- 



ley (included), and Thorne (excluded), and thence 
southwardly to the northernmost point of Notting 
hamshire. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

All of Durham, Northumberland, and Westmor- 
land; that part of Cumberland to the north of a line 
drawn from the point common to the boundaries of 
Cumberland, Lancashire, and Westmorland north- 
westwardly to St. Bees Head; and the city (county 
borough) of Middlesbrough in the North Riding of 
Yorkshire. 

Plymouth, England 

The counties of Devon and Cornwall (including the 
Scilly Lsles). 

Southampton, England 

All of Hampshire (administrative county of South- 
ampton and the Isle of Wight); all of Dorsetshire; and 
those portions of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the 
south of a line drawn from a point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Dorsetshire, and Somerset- 
shire, northeastwardly to Marlborough in Wiltshire 
(included), and continued through Didcot, in Berk- 
shire (included), to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire bound- 
ary; thence southwardly along said boundary to Read- 
ing; and thence southeastwardly from Reading (ex- 
cluded) to the Hampshire-Surrey boundary; that 
portion of West Sussex which lies west of a line drawn 
from the Hampshire-Surrey boundary southeast- 
wardly to Littlehampton (excluded); and the Channel 
Islands. 

(Other Afia) 
Aden, Aden 

The colony and protectorate of Aden, including the 
Hadramaut and the islands Perim, Socotra, and Abdul 
Quri; (informally) Yemen, Kamaran Island, and 
British Somaliland Protectorate. 

Colombo, Ceylon 

All of Ceylon. 

Hong Kong 

The British colony of Hong Kong and the Portu- 
guese colony of Macau. 

Penang. Straits Settlements ' 

The settlement of Penang (hicluding Penang Island 
and Province Wellesley), the Federated Malay State 
of Perak, and the Unfederated Malay States of Kedah 
and Perlis. 

Rangoon, Burma 

All of Burma, including British Burma, the Feder- 
ated Shan States, the Karenni States, and tribal and 
other territories now directly administered by the 
Governor of Burma or unadministered. 

Singapore 

Singapore (including the Cocos or Keeling Islands, 
and Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean [latitude 
10°30' south, longitude 105°40' east]), Malacca, and 
Labuan; the Federated Malay States of Negri Sera- 



1 Pending the reestablishment of an office at Penang, the former Penang Consular District has been placed 
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bilan, Pahang, and Selangor; the Unfederated 
States of Johore, Kelantan, and Trengganu; the State 
of North Borneo, Brunei, and Sarawak. 

(Africa) 
Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa 
The Gold Coast and Togoland (British mandate). 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and Cameroons 
(British mandate). 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Protectorate, the Seychelles and adjacent 
British islands, Tanganyika Territory (British man- 
date), Zanzibar (including Pemba), and the island of 
Mauritius. 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 
Kenya Colony, Uganda, and Italian Somaliland. 

(Bahamas) 
Nassau, N. P. 
All of the Bahama Islands. 

(Berraiiil.T) 
Hamilton 

All of Bermuda. 

(British Guiana) 
Georgetown 
All of British Guiana. 

(British Honduras) 
Belize 

All of British Honduras. 

(Fiji Islands) 
Suva 

The Fiji Islands; the British Solomon Islands; and 
the Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. 

(Newfoundland) 
St. J<.lin'fi 

All of Newfoundland and Labrador. 
(West Indies) 
Antigua, Leeward Islands, British West Indies 

The British Leeward Islands, comprising the presi- 
deticies (a) Antigua, with Barbuda and Redonda, 
(b) St. Christopher-Nevis (St. Kitts-Nevis), with 
Anguilla, (c) Montserrat, and (d) the British Virgin 
Islands (Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, lost van 
Dykes, Peter, Salt, etc.). 

Barbados, British West Indies 
The island of Barbados. 

Grenada, British West Indies 

The British Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Vin- 
cent, St. Lucia, and Dominica) including the Grena- 
dines (Bequia, Cannouan, Carriacou, Mayreau, Mus- 
tique. Union, etc.). 

Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies 

Jamaica and its dependencies (Turks and Caicos 
Islands, Cayman Islands, etc.). 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies 

Trinidad and Tobago. 



GREECE 
Athens 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Achaia, Arcadia, Argolis- 
Corinthia, -Attica-Boeotia, Chios, Cyclades, Euboea, 
Laconia, Larisa, Lesbos (except the Island of Lemnos) , 
Phthiotis-Phokis (except the eparkhia (district) of 
Doris), Samos, Trikkala, the eparkhia (district) of 
EvTytanias in the Nomos of Aetolia-Acarnania; the 
island of Crete which comprises the Nomoi of Candia 
(Heraclion), Canea, Lasithion, and Retimo; and the 
Italian Islands in the Aegean (Isole Italiane dell' 
Egeo)— the Dodecanese Islands and the island of 
Castelrosso (Castellorizzo). 

Patras 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Aetolia-Acarnania (except 
the eparkhia (district) of Evrytanias), Arta, Cepha- 
lonia, Corfu, Elis, ISIessina, Preveza, Yannina, and 
Zante; and the eparkhia of Doris in the Nomos of 
Phthiotis-Phokis. 

Salonika (TheBsaloniTiS) 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Drama, Evros, Fiorina, 
Kavalla, Khalkidike, Kozani, Pellis, Rodopi, Salonika 
(Thessalonlkes), and Serres, and the island of Lemnos 
in the Nomos of Lesbos. 



GUATEMALA 



Guatemala 

All of Guatemala. 



Port-au-Prince 

All of the Republic of Haiti. 



HONDURAS 
La Ceiba 

The portions of the departments of Atl4ntida and 
Yoro that lie east of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' west of Greenwich; the 
departments Colon and Bay Islands; and the comarca 
of La Mosquitia. 

San Pedro Sula 

The portions of the departments of AtlSiitida i nd 
Yoro that lie west of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, placing New Tela 
in the Puerto Cortes district, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' west of Greenwich; the 
department of Comayagua (north of latitude 14°30' 
north), Cortfe, Santa Barbara, CopSn, Gracias, and 
Ocotepeque. 

Tegucigalpa 

The departments of Tegucigalpa, Comayagua (south 
of latitude 14°30' north), Intibuc§, La Paz, Valle, 
Choluteca, El Paralso, and Olancho. 



Budapest 
All of Hungary. 



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Reykjavik 

All of Iceland. 



INDIAi 
Bombay 

Bombay Presidency; Baroda (Indian state); Central 
India Agency (Indian states); Central Provinces and 
Berar; Deccan States Agency (Indian states); Oujerat 
States Agency (Indian states) ; Qwalior (Indian state) ; 
Kolhapur (Indian state) ; Western India States Agency 
(Indian states); in the Eastern States Agency (Indian 
states), the states formerly in the Central Provinces; 
in Rajputana Agency (Indian states), Danta and 
Palanpm-; and Portuguese India (DainSo, Diu, and 
Qoa). 

Calcutta 

Bengal Presidency and Indian states; Assam; Bihar 
(which includes Chota Nagpur); Delhi; Orissa; Sik- 
kim (Indian state); United Provinces of Agra and 
Oudh and Indian states in Eastern States Agency 
(Indian states), the feudatory states formerly in Orissa 
and Chota Nagpux, in Punjab, the Simla district; 
Bhutan (independent border state); Nepal (independ- 
ent border kingdom) ; the French settlement of Chan- 
dernagor; and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 

Karachi 

Sind; Ajmer-Merwara; Baluchistan; Baluchistan 
Agency (Indian states) ; Jammu and Kashmir (Indian 
states); Northwest Frontier Province and Indian 
states; Punjab (governor's province) except Simla 
district, and Indian states (including Simla Hill 
states); Punjab States Agency (Indian states); Raj- 
putana Agency (Indian states) except the states Danta 
and Palanpur. 

Madras 

Madras Presidency; Madras States Agency (Indian 
states); Coorg; Hyderabad (Indian state); Mysore 
(Indian state); and the French settlements of Karikal, 
Mahe, Pondichery, and Yanaon. 



IRAN 

Tabriz 

The Third and Fourth Provinces, consisting of the 
following districts: Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Mahabad, 
Maragheh, Rezaieh, and Tabriz. 

Tehran 

All of Iran except the Third and Fourth Provinces. 



IRAQ 

Baghdad 

All of Iraq except the Districts (Liwas) of 
Muntaflq, and Basra. 



The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Muntaflq, and 
Basra, and in Arabia (informally), Kuwait. 



IRELAND (EIRE) 
Cork 

The Province of Munster. 
Dublin 

The Provinces of Leinster and Cormaught; and tho 
Counties of Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal. 



ITALY 

Florence 

The Provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forll, Modena, 
Ravenna, and Reggio nell' Emilia, in the Comparti- 
mento of Emilia; the Provinces of Arezzo, Firenze 
(Florence), Grosseto, Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca, 
Massa e Carrara, Pisa Pistoia, and Siena, in the Com- 
partimento of Toscana (Tuscany), and the Republic 
of San Marino. 

Genoa 

The Provinces of Qenova (Genoa), Imperia, Savons, 
and La Spezia, in the Compartimento of Liguria. 

Milan 

The Provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cre- 
mona, Mantova, Milano (Milan), Pavia, Sondrio, and 
Varese, in the Compartimento of Lombardia (Lom- 
bard y); and the Provinces of Parma and Piacenza in 
the Compartimento of EmiHa. 

Naples 

The Provinces of Avellino, Benevento, Napoli 
(Naples), and Salerno, in the Compartimento of 
Campinia; the Provinces of Bari, Brindisi, Foggia, 
lonio (Taranto), and Lecce, in the Compartimento of 
Puglie (Apulia) ; the Provinces of Matera and Potenza, 
in the Compartimento of Lucania; the Provinces of 
Catanzaro, Cosenza, and Reggio di Calabrie, in the 
Compartimento of Calabrie; and in Africa, Italian 
Libya (Libia Italiana), comprising Tripolitania and 
Cirenaica. 

Palermo 

The island Compartimento of Sicilia (Sicily), com- 
prising the Provinces of Agrigento (Qirgenti), Cal- 
tanissetta, Catania, Enna (Castrogiovanni), Messina, 
Palermo, Ragusa, Siracusa (Syracuse), and Tr^pani. 

Rome 

The Provinces of Frosinone, Littoria, Rieti, Roma 
(Rome), and Viterbo, in the Compartimento of LAzio; 
the Provinces of Perugia and Terni, in the Comparti- 
mento of Umbria; the Provinces of Ancona, Ascoll 
Piceno, Macerata, and Pesaro e Urbino, in the Com- 
partimento of Marche; the Provinces of Aquila degli 
Abruzzi, Campobasso, Chieti, Pescara, and Teramo, 
in the Compartimento of Abruzzi e Molise; the Prov- 
inces of Caghari, Nuoro, and Sassari, in the island 
(and comprising the Compartimento) of Sardegna 
(Sardinia). 

Trieste 

The Provinces of Carnaro (Fiume), Gorizla, istria 
(Pola), Trieste, and Zara, in the Compartimento of 
Venezia Giulia e Zara; and the Province of Friuli 
(Udine) in the Compartimento of Veneto. 



1 All inquiries requiring correspondence with an official of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to 
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Turin 

The Provinces of Alessandria, Aosta, Asti, Ciineo, 
Novara, Torino (Turin), and Vercelli, in the Comparti- 
mento of Piemonte (Piedmont). 

Venice 1 

The Provinces of Belluno, Padova, Rovigo, Tre- 
viso, Venezia (Venice), Verona, and Vicenza, in the 
Compartimento of Veneto; the Provinces of Bolzano 
and Txento, in the Compartimento of Venezia Triden- 
tina. 



Kobe, Japan ' 

That part of the Prefecture of Hyogo not contained 
in the Osaka consular district; the Prefectures of Shi- 
mane, Tottori, Hiroshima, Okayama, Kagawa, Toku- 
shima, Ehime, Kochi, Yamaguchi, Fukuoka, Saga, 
Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshinia, 
and Okinawa (the Ryukyu Islands being included in 
the two last-named prefectures). 

Osaka, Japan ' 

The Prefectures of Miye, Ishikawa, Toyama, Qifu, 
Aichi, Osaka, Wakayaina, Nara, Kyoto, Shiga, Fukui, 
the Prefecture of Nagano except the gun (county) of 
Kitasaku (the principal cities of which are Iwamurata, 
Karuisawa, and Komoro), and in the Prefecture of 
Uyogo, the gun (county) of Kawabe, and that part of 
the gun (county) of Muko comprising the city of Ama- 
gasaki, the mura (villages) of Osho, Muko, Ryogen, 
Koto, Kawaragi, Naruo, the city of Nishinomiya, and 
the mura (village) ofSeido. 

Tiikyo, Japan ' 

The Prefectures of Vamanashi, Chiba, Tokyo, Sai- 
tama, Ibaraki, Gumma, Tochigi, Niigata, Fukushima, 
Yamagata, Miyagi, Akita, Iwate, Aomori, and in the 
Prefecture of Nagano the gun (county) of Kitasaku 
(the principal cities of which are Iwamurata, Karui- 
sawa, and Komoro); Hokkaido and the adjacent islands 
to the north; and the islands in the North Pacific 
Ocean to the administration of which by Japan, pur- 
suant to a mandate of the League of Nations, the Gov- 
ernment of the United States consented, subject to the 
provisions of the treaty with Japan concerning the 
island of Yap concluded February 11, 1922. 

Yokohama. Japan - 
The Prefectures of Shizuoka and Kanagawa. 



Seoul 

All of Korea. 



Beirut 

All o/ Lebanon. 



Monrovia 
All of Liberia. 



LUXEMBOURG 

Lu,\embourg 

All of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. 

MEXICO 
Agua Prieta, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the west 
and south by a line drawn from the international 
boundary at 110° west longitude, due south to the 
Naco-Cananea railway, thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and Cananea included), thence 
in the following directions which are true, south to the 
latitude of Mututicachi, east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north lati- 
tude, and east to the Sonora-Chihuahua boundary. 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua 

That portion of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
south and east of a line drawn from the Sonora bound- 
ary through Madera to Sauz (both towns included); 
thence northeastwardly through, and excluding, San 
Antonio on the Rio Grande. 

Ciu<lad Juarez, Chihuahua 

That part of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
north of a line drawn through Madera to Sauz (both 
towns excluded)j thence northeastwardly through, 
and including, San Antonio on the Rio Grande. 

(•nadalajara, Jaliuco 

That part of the State of Zacatecas lyin,g to the south 
of latitude 22°, all of the State of Jalisco except that 
portion lying north of 22° north latitude and east of 
the meridian of 1():5°:J0' west longitude, and the State 
of Colima. 

Guayinas, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying south of lati- 
tude 29°, and the southern territory of Baja California 
(south of latitude 28°). 

MatainoroM, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying north of 
latitude 24° north, except the portion that lies west and 
northwest of a line drawn from a point at latitude 24° 
north, longitude 99° west of Greenwich, due north to 
the boundary of Nuevo Leon, and except the portion 
that lies north and northwest of a line drawn from the 
international boundary at 97°40' west longitude in a 
southwesterly direction to El Chapul (excluded) and 
thence to Laguna de Indios (in the State of Nuevo 
Leon). 

Mazatlan, Sinaloa 

The States of Sinaloa and Nayarit, and that part of 
the State of Durango lying west of a line drawn from 
the point on the Zacateeas-Durango boundary where 



' Closed. 

'The Branch ofthe Office of U.S. Political Adviser to Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, at Yokohama, 
performs certain limited consular services. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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it is intercepted by the Tropic of Cancer, thence drawn 
due west to the meridian of 105° west longitude, thence 
to St. Oregorio (excluded) and to Guanacevici (ex- 
cluded) and thence due northwest to the Durango- 
Chihuahua boundary. 

Merida. Yucatan 

The States of Campeche and Yucatan and the terri- 
tory of Quintana Roo. 

Mexicali, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north and east of a line 
drawn from the intersection of the international 
boundary and the meridian of 116° west longitude due 
south to the parallel of 32° north latitude, and thence 
to a point on the west shore of the Gulf of California at 
latitude 30° north; also that part of the State of Sonora 
lying west of 113° west longitude. 

Mexico, D. F. 

The States of Queretaro, Hidalgo, Puebla, Tlaxcala, 
Morelos, Mexico, Michoacan, Guerrero, and the Fed- 
eral District; and that part of the State of Oaxaca west 
of a line drawn from the point common to the bound- 
aries of the States of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and Puebla, in 
a southeasterly direction to a point at 96° west longi- 
tude and 17° north latitude, and thence due south to 
the Pacific Ocean. 

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon 

The State of Nuevo Leon, except the portion that 
lies north and northwest of a line drawn across the 
State, through Oolondrinas and Paras, leaving Golon- 
drinas within, and Paras without, the Monterrey 
consular district, and except that part of the State that 
lies to the northeast of a line drawn from El Chapul (in 
the State of Tamaulipas) westwardly to Laguna de 
Indios and to China (both excluded), thence to Aguale- 
guas (included), and thence to Ciudad Mier (in the 
State of Tamaulipas) ; that part of the State of Tamau- 
lipas lying west and northwest of a line drawn from a 
point at latitude 24° north, longitude 99° west of 
Greenwich, due north to the Nuevo Leon boundary; 
that part of the State of Coahuila bounded on the 
north, west, and south, by a line drawn from the Nuevo 
Leon boundary westwardly through a point just south 
of Monciovato but excluding Cuatro Cifenegas, thence 
southwardly to and including Parras, thence south- 
eastwardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas 
boundary to the point common to Coahuila, Nuevo 
Leon, and ZacBtecas; and that part of the State of 
Zacatecas that lies east of a north-south line drawn 
through and including Mazapil. 

Nogales, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the east, 
south, and west by a line drawn from the international 
boundary at 110° west longitude, due south to the 
Naco-Cananea railway, thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and Cananea excluded), thence 
in the following directions which are true, south to the 
latitude of Mututicachi, east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north lati- 
tude, west to the meridian of 11.3° west longitude, aod 
thence north to the iuteroatioQal boundary. 



Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas that lies north 
and northwest of a line drawn from the international 
boundary through Ciudad Mier (excluded) to Aguale- 
guas (in the State of Nuevo Leon); and that part of 
the State of Nuevo Leon lying north and northwest 
of a line drawn across the State, through Golondrinas 
(excluded) and Paras (included). 

Piedras Ncgras, Coahuila 

That part of the State of Coahuila lying north and 
east of a line drawn from the Chihuahua boundary, 
east along the parallel of 28° north latitude to a point 
directly north of Tanque (included), thence south- 
easterly to La Reforma (excluded) and to Cuatro 
Cienegas (included), and thence by a straight line 
through a point just south of Monclova to the Nuevo 
Leon boundary. 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas bounded on 
the east by a line drawn from the international bound- 
ary at 97°40' west longitude in a southwesterly direc- 
tion to El Chapul (included) and thence to Laguna de 
Indios (in the State of Nuevo Leon), and bounded on 
the west by a line drawn from the international bound- 
ary through Ciudad Mier (included) to Agualeguas 
(in the State of Nuevo I^eon); and that part of the 
State of Nuevo Leon lying to the northeast of a line 
drawn from El Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) 
westwardly to Laguna de Indios and to China (both 
included), thence to Agualeguas (excluded), and from 
Agualeguas to Ciudad Mier (in the State of Tamau- 
lipas). 

San Luis Potosi. San Luis Potosi 

The State of San Luis Potosi, except that portion 
lying to the east of a line drawn due north and south 
through, but excluding, the town of Tamazopo (ap- 
proximately in longitude 99°25' west of Greenwich); 
the States of Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, that part 
of the State of Zacatecas lying to the south of the Tropic 
of Cancer, and to the north of the parallel of 22° north 
latitude, and that part of the State of Jalisco lying to 
the north of latitude 22° but east of the meridian of 
103°30' west longitude. 

Tampico, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying south of 
latitude 24°; that part of the State of Veracruz lying 
northwestward of the Rio Cazones; and that part of 
the State of San Luis Potosi lying to the east of a line 
drawn north and south through, and including, the 
town of Tamazopo (approximately in longitude 99°2.5' 
west of Greenwich). 

Tijuana, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north of latitude 28° 
and south and west of a line drawn from the inter- 
section of the international boundary and the meridian 
of 116° west longitude due south to the parallel of 32° 
north latitude, and thence to'a point on the west shore 
of the Gulf of California at latitude 30° north. 

Torreon, Coahuila 

Those parts of the States of Coahuila, Durango.and 
Zacatecas lying within the following boundaries; Tbe 
parallel of 28° north latitude from the Chihi;!ibqii 



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boundary east to a point directly north of Tanque 
(excluded); thence southeasterly to La Reforma (in- 
cluded) and to Cuatro Cifinegas (excluded); thence 
southwardly to Parras (excluded); thence southeast- 
wardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just west 
of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas bound- 
ary to a point directly north of Mazapil, Zacatecas; 
thence directly south on a line through Mazapil (ex- 
cluded) to the Zacatecas-San Luis PotosI boundary; 
thence southwestwardly on the Zacatecas-San Luis 
PotosI boundary to the Tropic of Cancer; thence due 
west on the Tropic of Cancer to the Zacatecas-Durango 
boundary and continuing due west along the Tropic 
of Cancer in the State of Durango to the meridian of 
105° west longitude; thence to St. Gregorio (included) 
and to Guanacevi (included) and thence due north- 
west to the Durango-Chihuahua boundary; thence 
following the Chihuahua-Durango boundary to the 
point where they touch the Coahuila boundary; tlience 
north along the Chihuahua-Coahuila boimdary to 
latitude 28°. 

Veracruz, Veracruz 

The State of Veracruz, except the part lying north- 
westward of the Rio Cazones; the States of Chiapas 
and Tabasco; and that part of the State of Oaxaca east- 
ward of a line drawn from the point common to the 
boundaries of the States of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and 
Puebla, in a southeasterly direction to a point at 9C° 
west longitude and 17° north latitude, and thence due 
south to the Pacific Ocean. 



Casablanca 

The zone of the French Protectorate in Morocco. 

Tangier 

The international zone of Tangier, and the Spanish- 
protected territory in Morocco. 

NETHERLANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 
AmBterdam 

The Provinces of North Holland, Drenthe, Fries- 
land, Gelderland, Groningen, Overijssel, and Utrecht. 

Rotterdam 

The Provinces of South Holland, Limburg, North 
Brabant, and Zeeland. 



Batavia, Java,. Netherlands Indies 

All of the Netherlands East Indies. 



(America) 
Curasao, West Indies 

All of the islands comprising the Netherlands posses 
sion Curacao, namely, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao," 
Saba, St. Eustatius, and that portion of St. Martin 
belonging to the Netherlands. 



Paramaribo, Surinam 

All of Surinam (Netherlands Guiana). 

NEW ZEALAND 
Auckland 

All of Auckland Province in North Island. 
Wellington 

In North Island, the Provinces of Wellington, 
Hawke's Bay, and Taranaki, and all of South Island 
and Stewart Island. Also Niue, Mandated Territory 
of "Western Samoa, Auckland Islands, Chatham 
Islands, Cook Islands, Kermadec Islands, Union 
Islands (Tokelau), and Pitcairn Island. 

Christchurch (consular agency) : In South Island, the 
Provinces of Westland and Canterbury and that part 
of the Provinces of Nelson and IMarlborough south of 
42° south latitude. 

Dunedin (consular agency): Otago Province in 
South Island and Stewart Island. 



NICARAGUA 



Managua 

All of 



The Provinces of Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og 
Fjordane, and that portion of the Province of Mjire 
known as Sunnm0re. 

Oslo 

The Provinces of Akershus, Aust-Agder, Buskerud, 
Finnmark, Hedmark, Nordland, Nord-Tr0ndelag, 
Opland, S0r-Tr0ndelag, Vest-Agder, Vestfold, Tele- 
mark, Troms, Ostfold, and that portion of the Province 
of Mjire known as Nordm0re; the island of Jan Mayen 
and the Archipelago of Svalbard (Spitsbergen). 



PALESTINE AND TRANS-JORDAN 

Jerusalem 

All of Palestine and Trans-Jordan. 



Asunci6n 

All of Paraguay. 



Lima 

All of Peru. 



PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

Manila 

AH of the Philippine Islands. 



Closed. 



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Warsaw 

All of Poland. 



PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 
Funchal, Madeira 

The Madeira Islands. 
Lisbon 

The administrative districts of Beja, Castelo Branco, 
Evora, Faro (Algarve), Leiria, Lisboa, Portalegre, 
Santarem, and Setubal; the Cape Verde Islands; and 
in Africa, Portuguese Guinea, and the Portug;uese 
possessions of St. Thomas Island (S5o Tom6), and 
Prince's Island (Principe). 

Oporto 

The administrative districts of Aveiro, Braga, 
Braganga, Coimbra, Guarda, Porto, Viana do Castelo, 
Vila Real, and Vizeu. 

Ponta Delgada, SSo Miguel (St. Michael), Azores 

All of the Azores (Acores). 

(Possessions) 
Lourengo Marques, Mozambique 

Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa). 



Luanda (Loanda), Angola, Africa 
Angola (including Cabinda). 



Bucharest 

All of Rumania. 



SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 
Jidda 

All of Saudi Arabia. 

Dhahran 

This Consulate has no separate consular district in 
Saudi Arabia. Functioning under the Legation at 
Jidda, it is authorized to perform services on an in- 
formal basis in the Bahrein Islands, Oman (Muscat), 
Qatar, and the Trucial Coast. 



Bangkok 
Allot Siam. 



SPAIN 
Barcelona 

The Provinces of Barcelona, Gerona, Huesca, 
Lerida, Tarragona, Zaragoza, and the Balearic Is- 
lands; in Africa, the Spanish territory comprising Rio 
de Oro, Ifni, and Rio Muni and the islands of Fernando 
Po, Great and Little Elobey, Corisco, and Annobon; 
and the Republic of Andorra. 



Bilbao 

The Provinces of Alava, Burgos, Guipuzcoa, Leon, 
Logrofio, Navarra, Ovideo, Palencia, Santander, and 
Vizcaya. 

Madrid 

The Provinces of Avila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, 
Guadalajara, Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria. 
Toledo, and Valladolid. 

Malaga 

The Provinces of Granada, Ja6n, Malaga, and 
Almeria. 

Seville 

The Provinces of Badajoz, Cdceres, Cadiz, Cordoba, 
Huelva, and Sevilla. 

Tenerife, Canary Islands 
All of Canary Islands. 

Valencia 

The Provinces of Albacete, Alicante, Castellon, 
Murcia, Teruel, and Valencia. 



The Provinces of Corufia, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, 
and- Zamora. 



SWEDEN 
Giiteborg 

The L3ne (provinces) of Alvsborg, Blekinge, Gote- 
borg och Bohus, Halland, J6nk5ping, Kalmar, Krist- 
ianstad, Koronberg, Malmohus, Skaraborg, and 
Varmland, and the town of Hallefors in the Lane of 
Orebro. 

Stockholm 

The Lane (provinces) of JSmtland, Vfisternorrland, 
Gavleborg, Kopparberg, Uppsala, VSstmanland, 
Stockholm, Orebro (except the town of Hallefors), 
SOdermanland, Ostergotland, Gotland, Norrbotten, 
and Vasterbotten. 



SWITZERLAND 
Basel 

The Cantons of Basel and Solothum. 

Bern 

The Cantons of Bern, Fribourg, and Neuchatel. 
Geneva 
The Cantons of Geneva, Valais, and Vaud. 

Znrich 

The Cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen, Ziirich, Zug, 
Glarus, Ticino, Thurgau, Appenzell, St. Gallen, 
Graubiinden, Luzem, Unterwalden, Uri, and Schwyz, 
and the Principality of Liechtenstein. 



Damascus 

All of Syria. 



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TURKEY 

Istanbul (Constantinople) ' 

The vilayets on the Straits, namely, Istanbul (Con- 
stantinople) and Canakkale (Dardanelles), including 
Imroz Adasi (the Island of Imbros) and Bozca Ada (the 
Island of Tenedos); the three vilayets situated wholly 
in Europe, namely, Edirne (Adrianople), Kirklareli, 
and Tekirdag (Rodosto); and the following vilayets in 
Asia: Apri, Amasya, Ankara (Angora), Balikesir, 
Bilecik, Bingol, Bitlis, Bolu, Bursa (Brusa), Qankiri, 
Coruh, Coruni, Diyarbekh, Elaziz, Erzincan, Erziiruin, 
Eskijehir, Giresun, Gumujane, Kars, Kastamonu, 
Kirjehir, Kocaeli, Mitf, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, 
Sivas, Tokat, Trabzon (Trebizond), Tunceli, \'an, 
Yozgat, and Zonguldak. 

Izmir (Smyrna) 

The following vilayets, all in Asia: Adana (or Sey- 
han), Afyon Karahisar, Antalya, Aydin, Burdur, 
Denizli, Qaziantep, Hakkari, Hatay, Icel, Isparta, 
Izmir (Smyrna), Kayseri, Konya, Kiitahya, Malatya, 
Manisa, Mara?, Mardin, Mugla, Nigde, Siirt, and 
Urfa. 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 
Capetown, Cape Province 

That part of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope 
lying west of 25° east longitude; the Bechuanaland 
Protectorate; the mandated territory of South-West 
Africa; and the islands of St. Helena, Ascension, and 
Tristan da Cunha. 

Durban, Natal 

Natal and Basutoland. 

Joliannusburg, Transvaal 

The Transvaal; Orange Free State; Swaziland; 
Southern Rhodesia; Northern Rhodesia; and Nyasa- 
land Protectorate. 



Pen Elizabeth, Cape Province 

That part of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope 
lying east of 25° east longitude. 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 
Moscow 

All of the Soviet Union except the city of Vladivos- 
tok. 

Vladivostok 

The city of V'ladivostok. 



Montevideo 

All of Uruguay. 



VENEZUELA 

Caracas 

The States of Anzoategui, Apure, Aragua, Barinas 
(Zamora), Bolivar, Carabobo, Cojedes, Ouarico, Lara, 
Miranda, Monagas, Nueva Esparta, Portuguesa, 
Sucre, and Yaracuy; the Territories of Amazonas and 
Delta Amacuro; the Federal District and the Federal 
Dependencies. 

Maracaibo 

The States of Falcon, Mfrida, Tachira, Trujillo, and 



YUGOSLAVIA 
Belgrade 

The People's Republics of Macedonia, Montenegro, 
and Serbia (including the autonomous province of 
Vojvodina (Voivodina) and the autonomous region of 
Kosovo and Metohija). 

Zayrel. 

The People's Republics of Croatia, Slovenia, and 
Bosnia-Hercegovina. 



' The vilayets printed in italics comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Oovomment excludes 
from the jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey. 



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73 



Allocation of Provinces, States, etc., to Consular Districts 

[This list contains only those countries the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to 
consular districts. Consular agencies do not appear since their districts are included within the dis- 
tricts of the offices to which the agencies are subordinate.] 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFGHANISTAN 
All of Afghanistan Kabul 

AFRICA » 

(Including related islands) 
Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

Algeria (including the Terri- 
tories of the South) Algiers, Algeria 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan'.. Cairo, Egypt 

Angola (including Cabinda) Luanda, Angola 

Annobon (island).. Barcelona, Spain 

Ascension (island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Basutoland--- Durban, Natal 

Bechuanaland Protectorate Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Belgian Congo Ltopoldville, 

Congo 

British Somaliland Protecto- 
rate. Aden 

Cabinda. See Angola. 

Cameroons (Br. mandate) Lagos, Nigeria 

Cameroons (Fr. mandate) Paris 

Canary Islands. See Canary 
Islands, post. 

Cape of Good Hope Province. 
See Union of South Africa, 
post. 

Cape Verde Islands... 

Chad (Fr. Equat. Africa). 

Comoro Islands. 



Lisbon, Portugal 



Tananarive, Mada- 



Corisco (island) 

Dahomey (Fr. W. Africa). 



Barcelona, Spain 
Dakar, French West 
Africa 
Dakar, Circumscription of (Fr. 

\V. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 
Egypt. See Egypt, post. 
Elobey Islands, Great and 

Little Barcelona, Spain 

F,ritrea Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 
Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 

Fernando Po (island) Barcelona, Spain 

French Equatorial Africa Paris 

French Guinea [Guinee fran- 

Caise) (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French We«t 

Africa 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSILAR DISTRICT 

AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

French Somali Coast. Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 

French Sudan [Soudan francais] 

(Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

French West Africa Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Gabon (Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Gambia (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Glorious Islands [lies Olori- 
euses] Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Gold Coast (Br. W. Africa) Accra, Gold Coast 

Ifni Barcelona, Spain 

Italian Somaliland Nairobi, Kenya 

Ivory Coast [Cote d'lvoire] 

(Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Kenya Colony (Br. E. .\frica)- 

Kenya Protectorate (Br. E. 
Africa) 

Liberia 

Libya [Libia Italiana] Naples, Italy 

Madagascar Tananarive, Mada- 



Nairobi, Kenya 



Mombasa, Kenya 
Monrovia, Liberia 



Madeira Islands Funchal, Madeira 

Mauritania (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Mauritius (island) Mombasa, Kenya 

Middle Congo [Moyen-Congo] 

(Fr. Equat. Africa).. Paris 

Morocco. .See Morocco, post. 

Mozambique (Port. E. Africa) Lourengo Marques 
Natal. See Union of South 
Africa, post. 

Niger (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

.\frica 

Nigeria (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Northern Rhodesia Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 
Nossi B6 Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Nyasaland Protectorate Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 
Orange Free State. See Union 

of South Africa, post. 
Pemba. Sc. Zanzibar. 

Portuguese Guinea Lisbon, Portugal 

Principe [Prince's Island] Lisbon, Portugal 

I For convenience of reference and economy of space, the colonies, protectorates, etc., in the continent of Africa 
and related islands are entered under Africa rather than separately under the names of the numerous political 
and geographical entities concerned. For the independent countries of Africa, the Union of South Africa, and 
certain islands near Africa, including those on which there are American consular offices, separate entries are 
made under their respective names. 
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AFRICA— Continued 
Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 
Reunion (island) - Tananarive, Mada- 



Rhodesia. See Northern Rho- 
desia and Southern Rhodesia. 

Rio dc Oro 

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea) 

Ruanda-Urundi (Belgian man- 
date) 



St. Helena (island). 
Ste. Marie (island) . 



Barcelona, Spain 
Barcelona, Spain 

Lgopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 
Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Tananarive, Mada- 



S5o Tom6 [St. Thomas] (island). Lisbon, Portugal 
Senegal (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 
Seychelles and adjacent British 

islands Mombasa, Kenya 

Sierra Leone (Br. W. Africa)... Lagos, Nigeria 
South Africa, Union of. See 

Union of South Africa, post. 
South-West Africa (mandate) - . CapetowTi, Union of 

South Africa 
Southern Rhodesia Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 



Swaziland. 



Johannesburg, 
Transvaal 



Mombasa, Kenya 



Tanganyika Territory (Br. man- 
date).... 

Tangier (international zone). 
See Morocco, post. 

Togoland (Br. mandate) Accra, Gold Coast 

Togoland (Fr. mandate) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Transvaal. See Union of South 
Africa, post. 

Tristan da Cunha (island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia 

Ubangi-Shari [Oubanghi-Char] 
(Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Uganda (Br. E. Africa) Nairobi, Kenya 

Union of South Africa. See 
Union of South Africa, post. 

Zanzibar (including Pemba) Alombasa, Kenya 



ANDORRA 

The Republic of Andorra Barcelona, Spain 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ARABIA 1 

Aden Colony and Protectorate.. Aden 

Bahrein Islands ^ Dhahran 

Kuwait 2 Basra 

Oman (Muscat) ' Dhahran 

Qatar 2 Dhahran 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Jidda 

Trucial Coast 3 Dhahran 

Aden 



ARGENTINA 

All of Argentina Buenos Aires 

AUSTRALIA 

(Including appertaining islands) 
State (or territory) 

Federal Capital Territory Sydney 

Nauru (mandated ter. of Great 
Britain, Australia, and New 

Zealand) Sydney 

New Guinea (mandated ter.)... Sydney 

New South Wales Sydney 

Norfolk Island (ter.) Sydney 

Northern Territory of Australia. Adelaide 

Papua (ter.) Sydney 

Queensland Brisbane 

South Australia Adelaide 

Tasmania Melbourne 

Victoria Melbourne 

Western Australia Perth 



All of the Azores (Acores). 



Ponta Delgada 



BAHAMAS 

All of the Bahama Islands I 



BELGIUM 

Province ' 
Antwerp [Anvers, Antwerpen]. Antwerp 

Brabant Brussels 

Flanders, East [Flandre Ori- 

entalc, Oost Vlaandercn]. Antwerp 

Flanders, West [Flandre Occi- 

dentale. West Vlaanderen] Antwerp 

Hainaut [Hainaut, Henegouw]. Brussels 
Li6ge * [Lifge, Luik] Brussels 



> For convenience of reference and economy of space, sultanates, kingdoms, etc., in Arabia are entered under 
Arabia rather than separately under the names of the political and geographical entities concerned. 

2 Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular ofiBce indicated. 

a The name first given is the form usually employed in English; the names in brackets are (1) the French name, 
a id (2) the Flemish name. 

* Includes the Cantons of Eupen and Malmfidy, which were ceded to Belgium by the Treaty of Versailles and 
Joined to the Province of Lifege in accordance with a decree of March 6, 1926. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

BELGIUM— Continued 
PTovince 
Limburg [Limbourg, Limburg]. Antwerp 
Luxembourg [Luxembourg, 

Luxemburg] Brussels 

Namur [Namur, Namen] 



BERMUDA 
All of the Bermudas Hamilton 



BOLIVIA 

Department 

Benl Cochabamha 

Chuqulsaca La Paz 

Cochabamba Cochabamba 

La Paz La Paz 

Oruro La Paz 

Pando Cochabamba 

PotosI La Paz 

Santa Cruz Cochabamba 

Tarija La Paz 



BRAZIL 

State {or territory) 

Acre (ter.) Para [Belem], Para 

Pernambueo [Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Para [Belem], Para 

Bahia Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 

Ceara Fortaleza, Ceara 

Districto Federal Rio de Janeiro 

Espirito Santo -.— Victoria, Espirito 

Santo 
Fernando de Noronha (island)., Pernambuco [Recife], 
Pernambuco 

Goyaz_ Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Maranhao Para [Belem], Pari 

Matto Grosso Sao Paulo, SSo Paulo 

Minas Geraes Rio de Janeiro 

Para Pari [Belem], Para 

Parahyba Pernambuco[Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Parana,. _ .__ Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Pernambuco Pernambuco [Recife], 

Pernambuco 
Piauhy: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 8° south lati- 
tude 



That portion of the State 
lying north of 8° south lati- 
tude 



Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 



ParA [Bel6m], Para 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

B R AZI L— Con tinned 
State (or territory) 

Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro 

Rio Grande do Norte Natal, Rio Grande 

do Norte 

Rio Grande do Sul..- Porto Alegre, Rio 

Grande do Sul 

Santa Catharina Sao Paulo, Sgo Paulo 

Sao Paulo: 

The port and municipality 
of Santos and the municipality 

of Sao Vicente Santos, Sao Paulo 

The State of Sao Paulo 
except the port and munici- 
pality of Santos and the 
municipality of Sao Vicente,, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 
Sergipe Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 



BRITISH GUIANA 

All of British Guiana , Georgetown 



BRITISH MALAYSIA 

Maylayan Union, Singapore (in- 
cluding Cocos or Keeling 
Islands and Christmas Island 
in the Indian Ocean) , Sarawak, 
Brunei, and North Borneo, ,, Singapore 



BULGARIA 
All of Bulgaria Sofia' 



BURMA 
All of Burma Rangoon 



CANARY ISLANDS 

All of Canary Islands , Tenerife 



CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 

All of Cape Verde Islands Lisbon, Portugal 



CEYLON 

All of Ceylon ,- Colombo 



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CHILE 

Province 

Aconcagua Valparaiso 

Antofagasta Antofagasta 

Arauco Santiago 

A tacama _ Antofagasta 

Aysen._ Santiago 

B io-B lo Santiago 

Cautin Santiago 

Chiloe T Santiago 

Colchagua.. Santiago 

Conccpcion Santiago 

Coquimbo Valparaiso 

Curic6_ Santiago 

Linares Santiago 

Llanquihue Santiago 

Magallanes _ Santiago 

Malleco Santiago 

Maule Santiago 

Nuble .Santiago 

O'Higgins Santiago 

Osorno __ Santiago 

Santiago _ _ Santiago 

Talca_._ _._ Santiago 

Tarapaca _ Santiago 

Valdivia ,. Santiago 

Valparaiso. Valparaiso 



CHINA 

J'rorince 

Anhwpi __ Shaiighni 

Ohahar Tientsin 

Chekiang _. Shanghai 

Formosa. See Taiwan. 

Fuklen Shanghai 

Hon an: 

That portion of the Prov- 
ince of Honan south of the 
■^'ellow River's former (prc- 
19.38) course (which continued 
between Chenghsien and 
Lanfeng in a generally east- 
west course north of the 
Lunghai Railway and which 
turned north-eastward in the 
vicinity of the latter town) . . . Hankow 

That portion of the Province 
of Honan north of the Yellow 
River's former (pre-1938) 
course (which continued be- 
tween Chenghsien and Lan- 
feng in a generally east-west 
course north of the Lunghai 
Railway and which turned 
north-eastward in the vicinity 
of the latter town) Tientsin 

Hopeh: 

All of the Province except 
Greater Peiping (Tungchow 
[Tunghsicn] and Mentoukou 
being part of Greater Peiping 
and in the Peiping Consular 
District) Tientsin 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

CHINA— Continued 

Province 
Greater Peiping, including 

Tungchow [Tunghsien] and 

Mentoukou _ . Peiping 

Hu nan Hankow 

Hu peh Hankow 

Jehol Tientsin . 

Kansu Chungking 

Kiangsi __ Hankow 

Kiangsu, except the Municipal 

Area of Nanking, including 

Pukow Shanghai 

Kokonor. See Tsinghai. 

Kwangsi Canton 

Kwantung Canton 

Kweichow Kunming 

Manchuria: 

While consular offices have 

recently been reestablished at 

Mukden and Dairen, China, 

their consular districts have 

not yet been delimited. 

Ninghsia Tientsin 

Shansi Tientsin 

Shantung- Tsingtao 

Shensi _ Hankow 

Sikang [Chwanpein] Chungking 

Sinkiang [Chinese Turkestan].. Tihwa 

Suiyuan Tientsin 

Szcchwan Chungking 

Taiwan (Formosa) Taipei (Taihoku) 

Tibet Chungking 

Tsinghai (Kokonor) Chungking 

Yunnan _ Kunming 



COLOMBIA 

Province 
Departamento, intendencia, or comisaria 

Amazonas (com.)... Bogota 

Arauca (com.).. Bogota 

Antioquia (dept.) Medellin 

Atl^ntico (dept.).- Barranquilla 

Bolivar (dept.). Cartagena 

Boyaca (dept.) Bogota 

Caldas (dept.): 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment lying east of the Cauca 

River basin Bogota 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment not included in the 

Bogota consular district Call 

Caqueta (com.) Bogota 

Cauca (dept.) Cali 

Choco (int.) 

That portion of the Inten- 
dencia lying south of a line 
drawn directly eastward from 
El Valle (included) to the 

Atrato River..---- Cali 

That portion of the Inten- 
dencia not included in the 
Cali consular district Medellin 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

COLOMBIA— Continued 
Province 
Cunilinamarca (dept.) - Bogota 

Qoajira (com.) Bairanciuilla 

Huila (dept.) Bogota 

Magdalena (dept.) ^ - BarranQuilla 

Meta (int.) Bogota 

Narino (dept.)-- _---,--. Cali 

Putumayo (com.) Bogotd 

San Andrgs y Provideneia (is- 
lands in the Caribbean) (int.)- Cartagena 

Santander (dept.) Barranquilla 

Santander del Norte (dept.) - - - Barranquilla 

Tolima (dept.) Bogota 

Valle(dept.) Call 

Vaupfs (com.) Bogota 

Vichada (com.) Bogota 



COSTA KICA 

Province 

Alajuela San Jose 

Cartage San Jose 

Guanacaste San Jose 

Heredia San Jos6 

Limon Port Limon 

Puntarenas - San Jose 

San Jos6 -■ San Josf 



CUBA 

Province 

Camagiiey Nuevitas 

Habana (including the Isle of 

Pines [Isia de Pinos]) Habana 

Matanzas Habana 

Oriente Santiago de Cuba 

Pinar del Rio Habana 

Santa Clara Habana 



CURACAO (NETHERLANDS WEST INDIES) 



All of the Netherlands 
sion of Curacao Curafao, W.I. 



CYPRUS 

All of the island of Cyprus i Port Said, Egypt 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

All of Czechoslovakia Praha 



DENMARK 



All of Denmark except Green- 
land Copenhagen 

All of Greenland Godthaab 



EL SALVADOR 

All of EI Salvador San Salvador 

• Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular oflBce indicated. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSCI.AR DISTRICT 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

All of the Dominican Republic Ciudad Trujillo 

Et:UADOK 

Provincial! 
Archipielago de (^lon (Gala- 
pagos Islands) Guayaquil 

Azuay Guayaquil 

Bolivar -.: Quito 

Caflar-. Guayaquil 

Carchi Quito 

Chimborazo Quito 

Cotopaxi.-. Quito 

BlOro Guayaquil 

Esmeraldas Guayaquil 

Galapagos Islands (Archipielago 

de Colon) Guayaquil 

Ouayas Guayaquil 

Imbabura- Quito 

Loja -- Guayaquil 

Los RIos Guayaquil 

Manabi Guayaquil 

Pichincha Quito 

Tungurahua Quito 



e(;ypi' 

Governorate or Mudirda 

Alexandria (gov.) Alexandria 

Aswan (mud.) Cairo 

Asyut (mud.) Cairo 

Behera (mud.) Alexandria 

Beni Suef (mud.) Cairo 

Cairo (gov.)- Cairo 

Canal (gov .)-...._ Port Said 

Damietta (gov.) Alexandria 

Daqahlia (mud.) Alexandria 

Fayum (mud.) Cairo 

Frontier Districts: 

The Frontier Districts (East- 
ern Desert, Egyptian Libyan 
Desert, Dakhla and Kharga 
Oases, etc.) e.xcept the Sinai 

peninsula , Cairo 

Sinai peninsula Port Said 

Gharbia (mud.) Alexandria 

Girga (mud.) Cairo 

GIza (mud.)-- Cairo 

Menufia (mud.) -- Alexandria 

Minia (mud.) Cairo 

Qaliubia (mud.)-... Alexandria 

Qena (mud.) Cairo 

Sharqia (mud.) Alexandria 

Suez (gov.) Port Said 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ETHIOPIA 
All of Ethiopia Addis Ababa 



FINLAND 
All of Finland Helsinki 



FRANCE 

Dipurfement 

Ain Lyon 

Aisne Paris 

Allier Lyon 

Alpes, Basses- Nice 

Alpes, Hautes- Nice 

Alpes-Maritimes Nice 

Alsace. See Rhin, Pas- and 
Rhin, Haut-. 

Ardeche Marseille 

Ardennes Strasbourg 

Ariege Bordeaux 

Aube Paris 

Aude Marseille 

Aveyron Marseille 

Belfort (ter.).- Strasbourg 

Bouches-du-Rhone Marseille 

Calvados Cherbourg 

Cantal Lyon 

Charente.. Bordeaux 

Charente-Infgrieure Bordeaux 

Cher Paris 

Correze Bordeaux 

Corse (island of Corsica) Marseille 

Cotc-d'Or . Lyon 

C otes-du-Nord Cherbourg 

Creuse.- Bordeaux 

Deux-Sevres. See Sevres, Deux-. 

Dordogne Bordeau.\ 

Doubs .- Strasbourg 

Drome Marseille 

Eure Le Havre 

Eure-et-Loir Paris 

Finistere Cherbourg 

Gard Marseille 

Garonne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Oers Bordeaux 

Gironde Bordeaux 

H6rault Marseille 

Ille-et-Vilaine Cherbourg 

Indre Paris 

Indre-et-Loire Paris 

Isere Lyon 

Jura Lyon 

Landes Bordeaux 

Loir-et-Cher Paris 

Loire Lyon 

Loire, Haute- Lyon 

Loire-Infgrieure Paris 

Loiret Paris 

Lorraine. See Moselle. 

Lot... Bordeaux 



ADMINISTRATIVE DI^asiON CONSULAR DISTRICT 

FRANCE— Continued 
DepaTtment 

Lot-et-Garonne Bordeaux 

Lozere. Marseille 

Maine-et-Loire Paris 

Manche Cherbourg 

Marne Paris 

Marne, Haute- _• Strasbourg 

Mayenne Cherbourg 

Meurthe-et-Moselle Strasbourg 

Meuse Strasbourg 

Morbihan Cherbourg 

Moselle.-- Strasbourg 

Nievre Paris 

Nord Le Havre 

Oise Paris 

Orne Cherbourg 

Pas-de-Calais Lo Havre 

Puy-de-Dome Lyon 

Pyrenees, Basses Bordeaux 

PjTfnfies, Hautes Bordeaux 

PyrCnges-Orientales Marseille 

Rhin, Bas- Strasbourg 

Rhin, Haut- Strasbourg 

RhSne Lyon 

Saone, Haute- Strasbourg 

Saonc-et-Loire Lyon 

Sarthe Paris 

Savoie Lyon 

Savoie, Haute- Lyon 

Seine Paris 

Seine-Inf6rieure Le Havre 

Seine-et-Marne Paris 

Seine-et-Oise Paris 

Sevres, Deu,x- Bordeaux 

Somme Le Havre 

Tarn Marseille 

Tam-et-Garonne Bordeaux 

Var. Marseille 

Vaucluse Marseille 

Vendfie Bordeaux 

Vienne BordeaiLx 

Vienne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Vosges Strasbourg 

Yonne Paris 



FRENCH GUIANA 
All of French Guiana Martinique 



FRENCH INDOCHINA 

State 
lunam (including the following 
provinces): 

Binh Dinh Saigon 

Binh Thuan Saigon 

Ha Tinh Hanoi 

Khanh Hoa Saigon 

Kon Toum Saigon 

Ngaean Hanoi 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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FRENCH INDOCHINA— Continued 



Quang Bing Hanoi 

Quang Nam Saigon 

Quang Ngal Saigon 

Quang Tri Hanoi 

Thanh Hoa Hanoi 

Thua Thien 

Cambodia 

Cochinchina Saigon 

Laos (including the following 
provinces); 

Attopeu Saigon 

Bassac Saigon 

Haut Mekong Hanoi 

Huz Panh Hanoi 

Kham Mon Hanoi 

Khong Saigon 

Luang Prabang Hanoi 

Muong Hou Hanoi 

Saravanne Saigon 

Savannakat Hanoi 

Tran Ninh Hanoi 

Vientiane Hanoi 

Tonkin Hanoi 



FRENCH WEST INDIES 

All of the French West Indies.. Martinique 



GERMANY 

Stale ("Land") or Prussian prorince 

Anhalt U. S. S. E. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 

Baden Stuttgart 

Bavaria (Bayern): 

All of the State except the 

Palatinate [Pfalz] Munich 

Allot the Palatinate [Pfalz]_ Frankfort on the 
Main 

Berlin (Greater Berlin area) Berlin 

Brandenburg (Prussian prov.), 
which includes the border 
district Posen-West Prussia 
(Grenzmark Posen-West- 
preussen) : 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Occu- 
pation U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation — not 
included in any 
consular district 
That portion which is now- 
administered by Poland...,.- Warsaw, Poland 

Bremen Bremen 

Brunswick (Braunschweig) Hamburg 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GE RM AN Y— Con tinued 

State ("Land") or Prussian province 
Grenzmark Posen-Westpreus- 
sen. See under Branden- 
burg. 
Hamburg (Hamburg und sein 

Staatsgebiet) Hamburg 

Hanover (Hannover) (Prussian 
prov.): 

That portion of the Province 
of Hanover lying west of the 

Weser River Bremen 

That portion of the Province 
of Hanover lying east of the 
Weser River (including 

Brunswick) Hamburg 

Hesse (Hessen) Frankfort on the 

Main 
Hesse-Nassau (Hessen-Xassau) 
(Prussian prov.): 
All of the Province except 

the exclave Schmalkalden Frankfort on the 

Main 
Schmalkalden (Kreis).. U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation — not 
included in any 
consular district 
Hohenzollern (Prussian prov.).- Stuttgart 

Lippe Bremen 

Marienwerdcr. See Prussia, 
East. 

Mecklenburg U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 

Oldenburg Bremen 

Ostpreussen. See Prussia, 

East. 
Pfalz (Palatinate). See under 

Bavaria. 
Pomerania (Pommern) (Prus- 
sian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Oc- 
cupation U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
That portion which is now 

administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 

Posen-West Prussia. See under 

Brandenburg. 
Prussia. .See names of constit- 
uent provinces. 
Prussia, East (Ostpreussen) 
(Prussian prov.), with the ex- 
ception of the former Regie- 
rungsbezirk Westpreussen 
that comprised the Kreise: 
Marienwerdcr, Marienburg, 
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GERMANY— Continued 

State ("Land") or Prussian province 
Prussia. East— Continued 

bing (the Stadtkreis and the 

Landkreis) Under U. S. S. R. 

and Polish Admin- 
istration — the 
Soviet Zone not 
being in any con- 
sular district and 
that part under 
Polish Administra- 
tion being in the 
Warsaw consular 



district 



Prussia, West. See under 
Brandenburg; also Prussia, 
East. 
Rhine Province (Rheinprovinz) 
(Prussian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
French Zone of Occupation... Frankfort on the 
Main 
That portion lying within 
British Zone of Occupation., Bremen 
Saarland (formerly a special ad- 
ministrative district of the 

Reich) Frankfort on the 

Main 
Sa.xony (Freistaat Sach.sen): 

All of the State of Sa.xony.. U. S. S. R. Zone cf 
Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
Sachsen) 

U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation and 
Polish Administra- 
tration — not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

Schaumburg-Lippe Bremen 

Schleswig-Holstein (Prussian 



Saxony (Prov in 
(Prussian prov.) 



prov .) 

Silesia (Prussian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Oc- 
cupation 



Hamburg 



U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 



That portion which is now 
administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 



Thuringia (Thiiringen) . 



U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 



Westphalia (Westfalen) (Prus- 
sian prov.) Bremen 

Westpreussen. See under 
Brandenburg; and also Prus- 
sia, East. 

Wiirttemberg Stuttgart 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN 

(England, Scotland, and Wales) 

County 

Aberdeen (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Anglesey (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Angus [Forfar] (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Argyll (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ayr (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Banff (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Bedfordshire (England) London, England 

Berkshire (England): 

That portion of the county 

lying east of a line drawn 

through Reading (included) 

southeastwardly to the Sur- 
rey-Hampshire boundary London, England 

That portion of the county 

lying north and west of a line 

drawn northeastwardly from 

Marlborough (in Wiltshire) 

through Didcot (excluded), 

to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire 

boundary Bristol, England 

That portion of the county 

not included in the London 

and Bristol consular dis- 
tricts Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Berwick (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Brecknock (Wales). Cardiff, Wales 

Buckinghamshire (England) - . . London, England 

Bute (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Caithness (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Cambridgeshire, including the 

Isle of Ely (England) London, England 

Cardiganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carmarthenshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carnarvonshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Channel Islands, comprising Al- 

derney, Guernsey, Jersey, 

Sark,etc._ Southampton, Eng- 
land 
Cheshire (England): 

That portion of the county 

lying west and south of a line 

drawn northwestwardly from 

Harecastle, on the Stafford- 
Cheshire boundary, to Mid- 

dlewich (included), and from 

thence to Warrington in Lan- 
cashire Liverpool, England 

That portion of the county 

not included in the Liverpool 

district '. Manchester, England 

Clackmannan (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Cornwall, including the Scilly 

Isles (England)-- Plymouth, England 



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GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
County 
Cumberland (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying north of a line drawn 
from a point common to the 
boundaries of Cumberland, 
Westmorland, and Lanca- 
shire, westwardly to St. Bees 

Head Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Newcastle- 
on-Tyne consular district Liverpool, England 

Denbighshire (Wales) __ Liverpool, England 

Derbyshire (England). Manchester, England 

Devonshire (England) Plymouth, England 

Dorsetshire (England) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Dumbarton (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Dumfries (Scotland).- Edinburgh, Scotland 

Durham (England) Xewcastle-on-T>-ne, 

England 
East Lothian [Haddington] 

(Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Ely, Isle of. l^ee Cambridge- 
shire. 

Essex (England) - London, England 

Fife (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Flintshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Forfar. See Angus. 

Glamorganshire (Wales) Cardiflf, Wales 

Gloucestershire (England) Bristol, England 

Hampshire, including the Isle of 
Wight (England) Southampton. Eng- 
land 

Herefordshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Hertfordshire (England) London, England 

Huntingdonshire (England) London, England 

Inverness (Scotland). ..-._ Glasgow, Scotland 

Kent (England) London, England 

Kincardine (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kinro.ss (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kirkcudbright (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lanark (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lancashire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn from 
the point where the boundary 
of Westmorland and Lanca- 
shire meets the sea, .south- 
wardly through Lancaster 
f included), Preston (included) 
and Wigan (included), to War- 
rington (excluded) Manchester, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Man- 
chester consular district Liverpool, England 

Leic-estershire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
County 
Lincolnshire (England): 

The Parts of Kesteven, the 
Parts of Holland, and that 

portion of the Parts of Lindsey 

lying south of a line drawn 

from the northerrunost point 

of Nottinghamshire east- 

wardly to the sea at Saltfleet 

(excluded). Manchester, Eng- 

■• land 
That portion of the Parts of 

Lindsey not included in the 

Manchester consular district 

(Saltfleet included) Hull, England 

London (England) London , England 

Man, Isle of Liverpool. England 

Merionethshire (Wales) ... Liverpool, England 

Middlesex (England) London, England 

Midlothian [Edinburgh] (Scot- 
land) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Monmouthshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Montgomeryshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Moray [Elgin] (Scotland) Gla.sgow, Scotland 

Nairn (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Norfolk ( England) . . London , England 

Northamptonshire, including 

the Soke of Peterborough 

(England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Northumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyiu\ 

England 

Nottingham.shire (England) Manchester, Eng- 

land 

Orkney (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Oxfordshire (England) London, England 

Peebles (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pembrokeshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Perth (Scotland): 

That portion of the County 

Perth east of a line from the 

point where the Counties 

Clackmannan, Perth, and 

Stirling meet, northeast to 

Blackford (excluded), north 

to Gilmerton (excluded), 

thence along the Sma' Glen 

to Kinloch Rannoch (ex- 
cluded), northeast to Blair 

AthoU (excluded), and north 

to the point where the Coun- 
ties Aberdeen, Inverness, and 

Perth meet Edinburgh, Scotland 

That portion of the County 

Perth not included in the 

Edinburgh consular district.. Glasgow, Scotland 
Peterborough, Soke of. See 

Northamptonshire. 

Radnorshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Renfrew (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ross and Cromarty (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
County 

Roxburgh (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Rutlandshire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Scilly Isles. See Cornwall. 

Selkirk (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Shetland (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Shropshire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying south of a line drawn 
from the point where the River 
Severn cuts the western 
boundary of Shropshire north- 
eastwardly to Market Dray- 
ton (excluded) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Birming- 
ham consular district Liverpool, England 

Somersetshire (England) Bristol, England 

Statlordshure (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Stirling (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Suffolk (England): 

Suffolk, East London, England 

Suflolk, West London, England 

Surrey (England) '...- London, England 

Sussex (England) : 

Sussex, East London, England 

Sussex, West: 

That portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn from 
the Surrey-Hampshire bound- 
ary southcastwardly to Little- 

hampton (included) - London, England 

Tihat portion of the county 
not included in the London 
consular district Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Sutherland (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Warwickshire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Westlothian [Linlithgow] (Scot- 
land) V Edinburgh, Scotland 

Westmorland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
Wight, Isle of (Hampshire, Eng- 
land) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Wigtown (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Wiltshire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying south of a line drawn 
from a point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Dor- 
setshire, and Somersetshire 
northeastwardly to Marlbor- 
ough (included), and thence 
to Didcot in Berkshire- Southampton, Eiig- 



ADMINISTRATIVE DmSIOX CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

County 
Wiltshire (England)— Con. 

That portion of the county 
not included ia the Southamp- 
ton consular district Bristol, England 

Worcestershire (England) Birmingham, Eng 

land 
Yorkshire (England): 
York (city and county bor- 

ough)--.-.-_ Bradford, England 

East Riding of Yorkshire Hull, England 

North Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county lying east of 
a line drawn from York (ex- 
cluded) northwestwardly to 
Richmond (excluded), and 
thence due north to the York- 
shire bomidary, except the 
city (county borough) of Mid- 
dlesbrough at the north of the 
River Tees. . Hull, England 

The city (county borough) 

of Middlesbrough Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 

That portion of the admm- 
istrative county not included 
m the Hull and Newcastle-on- 
Tyne consular districts Bradford, England 

West Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county lying east of a 
line drawn from a pomt com- 
mon to the boundaries of Lin- 
colnshire, Yorkshire, and Not- 
tinghamshire, northwardly to 
Thome (included), and thence 
to Goole (included) to the 
county boundary, and the 
city of Splby (adjacent to the 
East Riding boundary) Hull, England 

That portion of West Riding 
that lies west and northwest 
of a line drawn from Colne (in 
Lancashire) to Hawes (in 
North Riding) and that por- 
tion of West Riding that lies 
south of a line drawn from the 
point common to the bounda- 
ries Cheshire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to Peni- 
stone (included), Bamsley (in- 
cluded), and Thome (exclud- 
ed), and thence southwardly 
to the northernmost point of 
Nottinghamshire Manchester, Eng- 
land 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county not included 
in the Hull, SheflQeld, and 
Manchester consular districts Bradford, England • 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREECE 

Province [Nomas] 

Achaia [ Akhafas] Athens 

Aetolia-Acarnania [Aitolias kal 
Akarnanias], except the epar- 
khia (district) of Evrytanias.. Patras 
Aetolia-Acarnania, the eparkhia 
(district) of Evrytauias only.. Athens 

Arcadia [Arkadlas] Athens 

Argolis-Corinthia [Argolidos kal 

Korinthlas] Athens 

Arta[Artes] Patras 

Attica-Boeotia [Attikes kai Boi- 

otlas] Athens 

Candia [Eraklelou], in Crete-... Athens 

Canea [Khanlon], in Crete Athens 

Cephalonia [Kephallenlas] Patras 

Chios [Khlou] Athens 

Corfu [Kerk^ras]-.. Patras 

Cyclades [K^klMon] Athens 

Drama [Dramas]-.. Salonika 

Elis [Elidos] Patras 

Eraklelou. See Candia. 

Euboea [Evvolas] Athens 

Evros[Evrou] Salonika 

Fiorina [Phlorlnes] Salonika 

Heraclion. See Candia. 
loannlnou. See Yannina. 

Ka valla [ Kav aias] Salonika 

Kephallenlas. See Cephalonia. 
Kerk^as. See Corfu. 

Khalkidike [Khalkidikes] Salonika 

Khanlon. See Canea. 
Khlou. See Chios. 

Kozani [Koztaes] Salonika 

Kykladon. See Cyclades. 

Laconia [Lakonlas] Athens 

Larissa [Larises] Athens 

Lasithion [Lasethiou], in Crete. Athens 

Lemnos, the island Salonika 

Lesbos [Lesvou], except the is- 
land of Lemnos Athens 

Messina [Messenlas] Patras 

Mytilini Island. See Lesbos. 

Pellis [P611es] Salonika 

Phlorlnes. See Fiorina. 
Phthlotis-Phokis, except the 

eparkhia (district) of Doris... Athens 
Phthlotis-Phokis [Phthiotidos 
kai Phokidos], the eparkhia 

(district) of Doris only Patras 

Preveza [PrevCzes] Patras 

Rodopi [Rodopes] Salonika 

Salonika [Thessalonlkes] Salonika 

Samos [Samou] Athens 

Serres [Serron] Salonika 

Thessalonlkes. See Salonika. 

Trikk&la [Trikkilon] Athens 

Yannina [loannlnon] Patras 

Zante f Zak^thou] Patras 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GUATEMALA 
All of Guatemala Guatemala 

HAITI 

All of the Republic of Haiti Port-au-Prince 



HONDURAS 

Departamento (or terrUory) ^ 

Atltotida: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment east of a line which fol- 
lows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, but which 
otherwise follows the meridian 
of 87°30' west of Greenwich... La Ceiba 

That portion of the depart- 
ment west of a line which fol- 
lows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, placing 
New Tela in the Puerto Cortes 
district, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' 

west of Greenwich San Pedro Sula 

Choluteca Tegucigalpa 

Colon La Ceiba 

Comayagua: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment north of latitude 14°30'.. San Pedro Sula 

That portion of the depart- 
ment south of latitude U°30'.. Tegucigalpa 

Copto San Pedro Sula 

Cortes San Pedro Sula 

El Paralso Tegucigalpa 

Graclas San Pedro Sula 

Intibuca Tegucigalpa 

Islas de la Bahia [Bay Islands].. La Ceiba 

La Mosquitia (ter.) La Ceiba 

La Paz Tegucigalpa 

Oeotepeque... San Pedro SuJa 

Olancho . Tegucigalpa 

Santa Barbara San Pedro Siila 

Tegucigalpa Tegucigalpa 

Valle Tegucigalpa 

Yoro: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment east of the meridian 

87°30' west of Greenwich La Ceiba 

That portion of the depart- 
ment west of the meridian 
87°30' west of Greenwich San Pedro Sula 

HUNGARY 
All of Hungary Budapest 

ICELAND 
All of Iceland Reykjavik 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSILAR DISTERT 

INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY ' 

British province or commissioner - 

ship; separate unit of the British 

Empire; Indian state or agency; 

independent border state; etc. 
Aden, the settlement (chief coin- 

missionership). See under 

Arabia, ante. 
Agra and Oudh. See United 

Provinces of Agra and Oudh. 
Ajmer-Merwara (chief commis- 

sionership) Karachi 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

(chief commissioncrship) Calcutta 

Assam (governor's province) Calcutta 

Baluchistan (chief commission- 

ership) Karachi 

Baluchistan Agency (Indian 

states) - Karachi 

Baroda (Indian state) Bombay 

Bengal Presidency (governor's 

province) and Indian states. . . Calcutta 
Bhutan (independent border 

state) --^ - Calcutta 

Bihar (governor's province, 

which includes Chota Nagpur) Calcutta 
Bombay Presidency (governor's 

province) Bombay 

Burma (separate unit of the 

British Empire), the Shan 

States and the Karenni States Rangoon, Burma 
(^entral India Agency (Indian 

states). Bombay 

Ontral Provinces and Berar 

(governor's province) Bombay 

Cochin (Indian state). Included 

in Madras States Agency, q. v. 
Coorg (chief commissionership) Madras 
Deccan States Agency (Indian 

states) Bombay 

l>elhi (chief commissionership) Calcutta 
Eastern States Agency (Indian 



States formerly in the Cen- 
tral Provinces Bombay 

Feudatory states formerly in 
Orissa and Chota Nagpur . Calcutta 
French India: 

Chandernagor.. Calcutta 

Karikal. --- Madras 

Mah6__. Madras 

Pondichfry.- _ Madras 

Yanaon. Madras 

Oujerat States Agency (Didian 

states) Bombay 

Gwalior (Indian state) Bombay 

Hyderabad (Indian state) Madras 

Jammu and Kashmir (Indian 

state) Karachi 

Kolhapur (Indian state) Bombay 

Laccadive Islands. Included in 
Madras Presidency, g. v. 
' All inquiries requiring correspondence i 
Embassy at New Delhi. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

.INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY— Con. 

British province or commissioner- 
ship; separate unit of the British 
Empire; Indian state or agency; 
independent border .'tale; etc. 

Madras Presidency (governor's 
province) Madras 

Madras States Agency (Indian 
states) -- Madras 

M ysore (Indian state) - . . Madras 

Nepal (independent border king- 
dom) Calcutta 

North- West Frontier Province 
(governor's province) and In- 
dian states... Karachi 

Orissa (governor's province) Calcutta 

Portuguese India: 

Damao Bom bay 

Diu --- Bombay 

Goa - --- Bombay 

Punjab (governor's province), 
except Simla district, and 
Indian states (including 

Simla Hill states) Karachi 

Simla, the district... Calcutta 

Punjab States Agency (Indian 
states) Karachi 

Rajputana Agency (Indian 
states), except the states 

Danta and Palanpur Karachi 

Danta and Palanpur (Indian 
states) Bombay 

Sikkim (Indian .state) Calcutta 

Sind (governor's province) Karachi 

Travancore (Indian state). In- 
cluded in Madras States Agen- 
cy, q. V. 

Uiuted Provinces of Agra and 
Oudh (governor's province) 
and Indian states Calcutta 

Western India States Agency 
(Indian states) Bombay 



IRAN 

All of Iran [Persia] except the 
Third and Fourth Provinces ^ 'I'cluan 

The Third and Fourth Prov- 
inces of Iran [Persia], consist- 
ing of the following districts: 
Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Maha- 
bad, Maragheh, Rezaieh, and 
Tabriz .Tabriz 



IRAQ 



All of Iraq [Mesopotamia] ex- 
cept the Districts (Liwas) of 
Amara, Mimtafiq, and Basra. Baghdad 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, 

Muntafiq, and Basra Basra 

•ith an official of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to the 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



85 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

IRELAND (EIRE) 

County (province in parentheses) 

Carlow (Leinster) _.. Dublin 

Cavan (Ulster) Dublin 

Clare (Munster) Cork 

Cork (Munster) Cork 

Donegal (Ulster) Dublin 

Dublin (Leinster) Dublin 

Galway (Connaught) Dublin 

Kerry (Munster) __. Cork 

Kildare (Leinster). Dublin 

Kilkenny (Leinster) Dublin 

Leitriin (Connaught) Dublin 

Leix [Queen's] (Leinster) Dublin 

Limerick (Munster) Cork 

Longford (Leinster) Dublin 

Louth (Leinster) Dublin 

Mayo (Connaught) Dublin 

Meath (Leinster) ._ Dublin 

Monaghan (Ulster) Dublin 

Oflaly [King's] (Leinster) Dublin 

Roscommon (Connaught) Dubhn 

Sligo (Connaught) Dublin 

Tipperary (Munster) Cork 

Waterford (Munster) .. Cork 

Westmeath (Leinster) Dublin 

Wexford (Leinster) Dublin 

AVicklow (Leinster) . Dublin 



IRELAND, NORTHERN 

County 
All of Northern Ireland, com- 
prising the six Ulster counties 
of Antrim, Armagh, Down, 
Fermanagh, Londonderry, 
and Tyrone Belfast 



ITALIAN ISLANDS OF THE AEGEAN 

All of the Italian Islands of the 
Aegean [Isole Italiane del- 
'Egeo]— the Dodecanese Is- 
lands and the Island of Castel- 



rosso fCastellorizzo], 



Athens, Greece 



ITALY 

Province [comparlimento in par- 
entheses) 
Agrigento [Girgenti] (Sicilia) - . . Palermo 

AUesandria (Piemonte) Turin 

Ancona (Marche) Rome 

Aosta (Piemonte) Turin 

Aquila degli Abruzzi (Abruzzi 

e Molise) Rome 

Arezzo (Toscana) Florence 

AscoU Piceno (Marche) Rome 

1 Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ITALY— C.>ntiniie<l 

Province (compartimento in par- 
entheses) 

Asti (Piemonte) Turin 

Avellino (Caippania) Naples 

Bari (Puglie) Naples 

Belluno (Veneto) Venice ' 

Benevento (Campania) Naples 

Bergamo (Lombardia) Milan 

Bologna (Emilia) Florence 

Bolzano (Venezia Tridentina), . Venice ' 

Brescia (Lombardia) Milan 

Brindisi (Puglie).. Naples 

Cagliari (Sardegna) Rome 

Caltanissetta (Sicilia) Palermo 

Campobasso (Abruzzi e Molise) . Rome 
Carnaro. See Fiume. 
Castrogiovanni. See Enna. 

Catania (Sicilia) Palermo 

Catanzaro (Calabrie) Naples 

Chieti (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Como (Lombardia) Milan 

Cosenza (Calabrie) Naples 

Cremona (Lombardia) Milan 

Cuneo (Piemonte).-.. Turin 

Emia [Castrogiovamii] (Sicilia) . Palermo 

Ferrara (Emilia) Florence 

Firenze [Florence] (Toscana)... Florence 
Fiume (Carnaro] (Venezia Giulia 

eZara) Trieste ' 

Foggia (Puglie) • .■ Naples 

Forll (Emilia) Florence 

Friuli. See Udine. 

Frosinone (Lazio) Rome 

Qenova (Liguria) Genoa 

Girgenti. See Agrigento. 

Qorizia (Venezia Giulia e Zara) .. Trieste ' 

Grosseto (Toscana) Florence 

Imperia (Liguria) Genoa 

lonio. See 'Taranto. 
istria. See Pola. 

Lecce (Piiglie) Naples 

Littoria (LSzio) Rome 

Li vorno [Leghorn] (Toscana)... Florence 

Lucca (Toscana) .... Florence 

Macerata (Marche) Rome 

Mantova (Lombardia) Milan 

Massa e Carrara (Toscana). Florence 

Matera (Luc^nia) Naples 

Messina (Sicilia) . Palermo 

Milano (Lombardia) Milan 

Modena (Emilia) Florence 

Napoli (Campania) Naples 

Novara (Piemonte) Turin 

Nuoro (Sardegna) Rome 

Padova (Veneto) Venice ' 

Palermo (Sicilia) Palermo 

Parma (Emilia) Milan 

Pavia (Lombardia) Milan 

Perugia (Umbria) Rome 

Pesaro e Urbino (Marche) Rome 

Pescara (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Piacenza (Emilia). Milan 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ITALY— Continued 



Province (compartimento in par- 




enthetes) 




Pisa (Toscana) 


Florence 


Pistoia (Toseana) 


Florence 


Pola [istria] (Venezia Giulia e 


Zara).__ 


Trieste i 


Potenza (Luctaia) 


Naples 


Kagusa (Sicllia) 


Palermo 


Ravenna (Emilia) 


Florence 


Reggio di Calabria (Caiabrie)_. 


Naples 


Reggio nell'Emilia (Emilia).... 


Florence 


Rieti (Lizio). 


Rome 


Roma (Lazio) 


Rome 


Rovigo (Veneto) 


Venice i 


Salerno (Campania) 


Naples 


Sassari (Sardegna) 


Rome 


Savona (Liguria) 


Genoa 


Siena (Toscana). 


Florence 


Siracusa (Sicllia) 


Palermo 


SoQdrio (Lombardia) 


Milan 


Spezia, La (Liguria) _ 


Genoa 


Taranto [lonio] (Puglie) 


. Naples 


Teramo (Abruzzi e Molise) 


. Rome 


Temi (Umbria) 


. Rome 


Torino [Turin] (Piemonte) 


. Turin 


Trapani (Sicllia) 


. Palermo 


Trento (Venezia Tridentina) . . 


. Venice 1 


Treviso (Veneto) 


. Venice i 


Trieste (Venezia Giulia e Zara) 


. Trieste i 


Udine [Friuli] (Veneto) -•-. 


. Trieste i 


Varese (Lombardia).. 


. Milan 


Venezia (Veneto) 


. Venice i 


Vercelli (Piemonte) 


. Turin 


Verona (Veneto) 


_ Venice i 


Vicenza (Veneto) 


. Venice ' 


Viterbo (Lazio) 


. Rome 


Zara (Venezia Giulia e Zara) _ _ 


. Trieste i 



JAMAICA 

All of the island of Jamaica Kingston 



JAPAN » 

Prefecture (ken or fu) 

Aichi Osaka • 

Akita Tokyo i 

Aomori Tokyo ' 

Chiba.. Tokyo ' 

Chishima. -See Kurile Islands. 

Ehime Kobe i 

Fukui -- Osaka' 

Fukuoka.-. Kobe ' 

Fukushima Tokyo ' 

Gifu Osaka' 

Gumma. Tokyo ' 

Hiroshima Kobe ' 

Hokkaido [Yezo] Tokyo ' 

1 Closed. 

2 The Branch of the Office of U. S. Politic 
performs certain limited consular services. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

JAPAN— Continued 



Prefecture {ken or fu) 




Hyogo: 




The gun (county) of Ka- 




wabe, and that part of the 




gun (county) of Muko com- 




prising the city of Amaga- 




saki, the mura (villages) of 




Osho, Muko, Ryogen, Koto, 




Kawaragi, Naruo, the city of 




Nichinomiya, and the mura 




(vOlage) of Seido 


Osaka ' 


All of the ken not included 




in the Osaka consular district. 


Kobe' 


Ibaraki 


Tokyo 1 


Ishikawa 


Osaka ' 


Iwate 


Tokyo I 


Kagawa 


Kobe' 


Kagoshima 


Kobe' 


Kanagawa.... 


Yokohama ' 


Kochi 


Kobe' 


Kumamoto... 


Kobe' 


Kurile Islands [Chishima] 


Tokyo 1 


Kyoto (fu) 


Osaka ' 


Miyagi 


Tokyo ' 


Miyaraki 


Kobe' 


Miye 


Osaka ' 


Nagano: 




The gun (county) of Kita- 




saku, the principal cities of 




which are Karuisawa, Iwa- 






Tokvo ' 


That portion of the ken not 




included in the Tokyo consu 




lar district 


Osaka i 


Nagasaki 


Kobe' 


Nara... 


Osaka ' 


Niigata 


Tokyo ' 


Oita. 


Kobe' 


Okayama 


Kobe' 


Okinawa 


Kobe' 


Osaka (fu) 


Osaka ' 


Ryukyu Islands. See Okinawa 




and Kagoshima prefectures. 




Saga.. 


Kobe' 


Saitama 


Tokyo ' 


Shiga... .- 


Osaka ' 


Shimane.. 


Kobe' 


Shizuoka. 


Yokohama ' 


Tochigi 


Tokyo 1 


Tokushima 


Kobe' 


Tokyo (fu) 


Tokyo ' 


Tottori 


Kobe' 


Toyama 


Osaka ' 


Wakayama 


Osaka ' 


Yamagata 


Tokyo ' 


Yamaguehi 


Kobe' 


Yamanashi . 


Tokyo 1 


Yezo. -See Hokkaido. 




Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, at Yokohama, 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

JAPAN— Continued 
(Japanese Possessions and Mandated Territories) 

Prefecture (ken or fu) 

Karafuto - Tokyo ' 

Pacific islands under Japanese 
mandate (the Ladrones or 
Marianas Islands; the Mar- 
shall Islands; and the Caroline 
Islands, including Palau and 
Yap) Tokyo i 



All of Lebanon Beirut 



LIECHTENSTEIN 

The Principality of Liechten- 



Ziirich, Switzerland 



LUXEMBOURG 



The Grand Duchy of Luxem- 
bourg Luxembourg 



MADAGASCAR 

Madagascar (together with the 
Comoro Islands, the Glorious 
Islands, and the islands of 
Nossi Be and Ste. Marie, and 
Kerguelen, Crozet, St. Paul, 
Amsterdam, and other island 
dependencies of Madagascar) . Tananarive, 
gas car 



MADEIRA 
All of Madeira Funchal 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO 



State (or Territory) 
Aguascalientes _ 



San Luis Potosf, San 
Luis Potosi 



Baja California [Lower Cali- 
fornia] (ter.): 

That part of Baja Cahfornia 
north of latitude 28° and south 
and west of a line drawn from 
the intersection of the inter- 
national boundary and the 
meridian of 116° west longitude 
due south to the parallel of 32° 
north latitude, and thence to 
a point on the west shore of the 
Gulf of California at latitude 
30° north 

That part of Baja Cahfornia 
north and east of a line drawn 
from the intersection of the 
international boundary and 
the meridian of 116° west 
longitude due south to the 
parallel of 32° north latitude, 
and thence to a point on the 
west shore of the Gulf of Cah- 
fornia at latitude 30° north — 

That part of Baja California 

south of 28° north latitude 

Campeche 

Chiapas 

Chihuahua: 

That portion of the State 
lying north of a line drawn 
from the Sonora boimdary 
eastwardly through Madera 
to Sauz (both towns excluded), 
thence northeastwardly 
through, and including, San 
Antonio on the Rio Grande... 

That portion of the State not 
included in the Ciudad Juarez 
consular district 

Coahuila: 

That portion of the State 
lying north and east of a line 
drawn from the Chihuahua 
boundary east along the par- 
allel of 28° north latitude to a 
point directly north of Tanque 
(included), thence southeast- 
erly to La Reforma (excluded) 
and to Cuatro Ci6negas (in- 
cluded), and thence by a 
straight line through a point 
just south of Monclova to the 
Nuevo Leon boundary 



Tijuana, 
fornia 



Mexicali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 

Ouaymas, Sonora 
Mgrida, Yucatan 
Veracruz, Veracruz 



Ciudad Juirez, Chi- 
huahua 



Chihuahua, Chihua- 
hua 



Piedras Negras, Coa- 
huila 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or Territory) 
Coahuila— Continued 

That portion of the State 
bounded on the north, west, 
and south by a line drawn 
from the Nuevo Leon bound- 
ary westwardly through a 
point just south of Monclova 
to but excluding Cuatro Citoe- 
gas, thence southwardly to 
and including Parras, thence 
southeastwardly to a point on 
the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence 
along the Zacatecas boundary 
to the point common to Coa- 
huila, Nuevo Leon, and Zaca- 
tecas Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion of the State 
bounded on the north and east 
by a line drawn from the Chi- 
huahua boundary, east along 
the parallel of 28° north lati- 
tude to a point directly north 
of Tanque (excluded), thence 
southeasterly to La Reforma 
(included) and to Cuatro 
Cifenegas (excluded), thence 
southwardly to Parras (ex- 
cluded), and thence south- 
eastwardly to a point on the 
Zacatecas boundary, just west 

of Lavaderos Torreon. Coahuila 

C olima. _ Guadalajara , Jalisco 

Distrito Federal Mexico. D. F. 

Durango: 

That part of the State lying 
west of a line drawn from the 
point on the Zacalecas-Du- 
rango boundary where it is 
intercepted by the Tropic of 
Cancer, thence drawn due 
west to the meridian of 105° 
west longitude, thence to St. 
Gregorio (excluded) and to 
Guanacevi (excluded) and 
thence due northwest to the 
Durango-Chihuahua bound- 
ary _ Mazallan 

That part of the State lying 
east of a line drawn from the 
point on the Zacatecas-Du- 
rango boundary where it is 
intercepted by the Tropic of 
Cancer, thence drawn due 
west to the meridian of 105° 
west longitude, thence to St. 
Gregorio (included) and to 
Guanacevi (included) and 
thence due northwest to the 
Durango-Chihuahua bound- 
ary - Torreon, Coahuila 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State {or Territory) 

Guanajuato San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 

Guerrero Mexico, D. F. 

M6xico, D. F. 



Jalisco: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 22° north lati- 
tude and that portion lying 
north of 22° north latitude 
which is west of the meridian 

103°30' west longitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State 
lying north of 22° north lati- 
tude and east of the meridian 

of 103°30' longitude San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
Lower California. See Baja 
California. 

Mexico Mexico, D. F. 

Michoacan.-. Mexico, D. F. 

Morelos -.. Mfixico, D. F. 

Nayarit MazatlSn, Sinaloa 

Nuevo Leon: 

The State of Nuevo Leon, 
except the portion that lies 
north and northwest of a line 
drawn across the State, 
through Golondrinas and Pa- 
ras, leaving Golondrinas with- 
in and Paras without, the 
Monterrey consular district, 
and except that part of the 
State that lies to the northeast 
of a line drawn from ElChapul 
(in the State of Tamaulipas) 
westwardly to Laguna de In- 
dies and to China (both ex- 
cluded), thence to Agualeguas 
(included), and thence to 
Ciudad Mier (in the State of 

Tamaulipas) Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

That portion of the State 
that lies north and northwest 
of a line drawn across the State 
through Golondrinas (ex- 
cluded) and Paras (included). Nuevo Laredo. Ta- 
maulipas 

That part of the State that 
lies to the northeast of a line 
drawn from El Chapul (in the 
State of Tamaulipas) west- 
wardly to Laguua de Indios 
and to China (both excluded), 
thence to Agualeguas (in- 
cluded> and thence to Ciudad 
Mier (in the State of Ta- 
maulipas) Rcynosa, Tamauli- 
pas 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAK DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State ior Territory) 
Oaxaca: 

That portion of the State 
west of a line drawn from a 
point common to the bound- 
aries of the States of Oaxaca, 
Veracruz, and Puebla, in a 
southeasterly direction to a 
point at 96° west longitude and 
17° north latitude, and thence 
due south to the Pacific Ocean. Mexico, D. F. 

That portion of the State of 
Oaxaca eastward of a line 
drawn from the point common 
to the boundaries of the State 
of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and 
Puebla, in a southeasterly di- 
rection to a point at 96° west 
longitude and 17° north lati- 
tude, and thence due south to 

the Pacific Ocean Veracruz, Veracruz 

Puebla - Mexico, D. F. 

Querfitaro. M§xico, D. F. 

Quintana Roo Merida, Yucatan 

San Luis PotosI: 

That portion of tlie State 
lying west of a line drawn due 
north and south through, but 
excluding, the town of Tama 
zopo (approxmiately in longi- 
lude 99°25' west of Green- 
wich) San Luis Totosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
That portion of the State 
not included in the San Luis 

PotosI consular district _ Tampico, Tamauli- 

pas 

Sinaloa. Mazath'm, Sinaloa 

Sonora: 

That portion of the Stale 
lying south of 29° north lati- 
tude O nay mas, Sonora 

That portion of the State 
lying west of 113° west longi- 
tude -- Mexicali, Haja C;ili- 

fornia 
That part of the State 
bounded on the west and south 
by a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary at 110° 
west longitude, due south to 
the Naco-Cananea railway, 
thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and 
Cananea included), thence in 
the following directions which 
are true, south to the latitude 
of Mututicachi, east to the 
meridian of 110° west longi- 
tude, south to the parallel of 
29° north latitude, and east to 
the Sonora-Chihuahua bound- 
ary Agua Prieta, Sonora 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAK DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or Territory) 
Sonora— C onti nued 

That part of the State 
bounded on the east, south, 
and west by a line drawn from 
the international boundary 
line at 110° west longitude, due 
south to the Naco-Cananea 
railway, thence along that 
railway to Cananea (the rail- 
way and Cananea excluded), 
thence in the following direc- 
tions which are true, south to 
the latitude of Mututicachi, 
east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the 
parallel of 29° north latitude, 
west to the meridian of 113° 
west longitude, and thence 
north to the international 

boundary Nogales, Sonora 

Tabasco Veracruz, Veracruz 

Tamaulipas: 

That portion of the State 
that lies north and northwest 
of a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary through 
Ciudad Mier (excluded) to 
Agualeguas (in the State of 

Nuevo Leon) Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 
That portion of the State 
bounded on the east by a line 
drawn from the international 
boundary at 97°40' west longi- 
tude in a southwesterly direc- 
tion to El Chapul (included), 
and thence to Laguna de Indios 
"(in the Slate of Nuevo I^eon), 
and bounded on the west by a 
line drawn from the interna- 
tional boundary through Ciu- 
dad Mier (included) to Agua- 
leguas (in the State of Nuevo 
Leon) Reynosa, Tainaiili- 

That portion of the State 
lying north of latitude 24° 
north, except the portion that 
lies west and northwest of a 
line drawn from a point at 
latitude 24° north, longitude 
99° west of Greenwich, due 
north to the boundary of 
Nuevo Leon, and except the 
portion that lies north and 
northwest of a line drawn 
from the international bound- 
ary at 97°40' west longitude in 
a southwesterly direction to 
El Chapul (excluded) and 
thence to Laguna de Indios 
(in the State of Nuevo Leon). Matamoros, Tamau 
lipas 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO — Continued 

State (or Tenitory) 
Tamaulipas— C ontinued 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 24° north lati- 
tude - Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 
That portion of the State 
that lies west and northwest 
of a line drawn from a point 
at latitude 24° north, longi- 
tude 99° west of Greenwich, 
due north to the boundary of 

Nuevo Leon Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

Tlaxcala M6xico, D. F. 

Veracruz: 

The State of Veracruz, ex- 
cept the part lying north- 
westward of the Rio Cazones. . Veracruz, Veracruz 

That part of the State lying 
northwestward of the Rio 
Cazones - Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 

Yucatin M6rida, Yucat&n 

Zacatecas: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 22° north lati- 
tude --- Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State 
lying east of a line drawn due 
north and south through 

Mazapil (included) -.. Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion of the State 
lying south of the Tropic of 
Cancer, and north of 22° north 

latitude San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
That portion of the State 
lying north of the Tropic of 
Cancer, and west of a line due 
north and south through Maz- 
apil (excluded) TorreSn, Coahuila 



MONACO 

The Principality of Monaco Nice 



MOROCCO 

The zone of the French protec- 
torate Casablanca 

The international zone of Tan- 
gier and the Spanish pro- 
tected territory in Morocco.. - Tangier 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NETHERLANDS 

Province 

Drenthe Amsterdam 

Friesland Amsterdam 

Gelderland Amsterdam 

Groningen Amsterdam 

Limburg Rotterdam 

Noord-Brabant [North Bra- 
bant] - Rotterdam 

Noord-Holland [North Hol- 
land] Amsterdam 

Overijssel Amsterdam 

Utrecht Amsterdam 

Zeeland Rotterdam 

Zuid-Holland [South Holland].. Rotterdam 



NETHERLANDS INDIES 

Government, province, residency, 
etc. 

Atjeh (govt.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Bali Batavia, Java 

Bangka and dependencies (res.). Batavia, Java 
Benkoelen (res.), in Sumatra... Batavia, Java 

Billiton Batavia, Java 

Borneo, Netherlands: 
Southern and Eastern Dis- 
tricts (res.) Batavia, Java 

Western District (res.) Batavia, Java 

Celebes and dependencies (govt.). Batavia, Java 

Djambi (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Flores Batavia, Java 

Java: 

Province of East Java (Resi- 
dencies of Besoeki, Bodjone- 
goro, Kediri, Madioen, Ma- 
doera (Island), Malang, Pro- 
bolinggo, and Soerabaja [Sura- 
baya] ). Batavia, Java 

Province of Middle Java: 
Residencies of Banjoemas, 

Kedoe, and Pekalongan. Batavia, Java 
Residencies of Djapara- 
Rembang and Sema- 

rang Batavia, Java 

Province of West Java 
(Residencies of Bantam, Ba- 
tavia, Buitenzorg, Cheribon, 

and Priangan) Batavia, Java 

Soerakarta (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Jogjakarta (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Lampongs, The (res.), in Su- 
matra Batavia, Java 

Lombok Batavia, Java 

Manado (res.), in Celebes Batavia, Java 

Moluccas, The Batavia, Java 

New Guinea, Netherlands Batavia, Java 

Palembang (res.), in Sumatra... Batavia, Java 

Riouw and dependencies Batavia, Java 

Soemba Batavia, Java 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NETHERLANDS INDIES— Continued 

Government, province, residency, 
etc. 

Soembawa - Batavia, Java 

Sumatra East Coast (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Sumatra's Westkust (res.) Batavia, Java 

Tapanoeli (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Timor and dependencies (res.).. Batavia, Java 
All other Netherlands islands 
east of Java and Borneo Batavia, Java 



NEW CALEDONIA 

All of New Caledonia and 
dependencies (including the 
Wallis Archipelago, the Loy- 
alty Islands, the Huon Is- 
lands, Futuna, and Alofi) Noum#a 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 



NORWAY— Contin 



Province [Fylie] 

Hordaland 

Jan Mayen (island) 

M0re: 

That portion of the Province 

known as Suniim0re 

That portion of the Province 

known as Nordm0re 

Nordland 

Nord-Tr0ndelag..- 

Opland 

0stfold 

Rogaland 

Sogn og Fjordane 

S0r-Tr0ndelag 

Svalbard [Spitsbergen] 

Vest Agder. 

Vestfold... 

Telemark 

Troms 



Bergen ' 
Oslo 



Bergen 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Bergen ' 

Bergen ' 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 

Oslo 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



All of Newfoundland and Lab- 



NEW ZEALAND 

Provincial district 

Auckland Auckland 

Canterbury Wellington 

Hawke's Bay Wellington 

Marlborough Wellington 

Nelson. Wellington 

Otago, including Stewart Is- 
land Wellington 

Taranaki Wellington 

Wellington Wellington 

Westland Wellington 



NICARAGUA 
All of Nicaragua Managua 



NORWAY 

Province [Fylke] 

Akershus Oslo 

Aust-Agder Oslo 

Buskerud Oslo 

Finnmark... Oslo 

Hedmark Oslo 



1 Closed. 

2 For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, 
which are served by American consular offices, are entered under 1 
separately under the names of the several political entities concerned. 



PACIFIC ISLANDS ■ 



Islands, colonies, etc. 



Auckland Islands 

Austral Islands [Tubuai]. 



Bonin Islands 

Caroline Islands (in the former 
Jap. mandate) 

Chatham Islands 

Colon Archipelago. See Gala- 
pagos Islands. 

Cook Islands 

Easter Island [Isla de Pascua].. 

Fiji Islands 

Futuna 

Galapagos Islands [Archipielago 

de Colon] 

Gambler Islands 

The Gilbert and Ellice Islands 

Colony 

Huon Islands 

lles-sous-le-Vent. See Society 
Islands. 

Juan Fernandez Islands 

Kermadec Islands 

Ladrones. See Marianas Is- 
lands. 

Leeward Islands [Iles-sous-le- 
Ventj. See Society Islands. 

Loyalty Islands 



Noumea, New Cale- 
donia. 

Wellington, N. Z. 

Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands. 

Tokyo, Japan ' 

Tokyo, Japan ' 
Wellington, N. Z. 



Wellington, N. Z. 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Suva 

Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Guayaquil, Ecuador 
Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Suva, Fiji Islands 
Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 



Valparaiso, Chile 
Wellington, N. Z. 



Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 



groups, and colonies in the Pacific, 
Pacific Islands" rather than 



737422—47- 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PACIFIC ISLANDS— Continued 
Islands, colonies, etc. 
Marcus Island [Minami Toro- 

shima] Tokyo, Japan ' 

Marianas Islands [Ladrones] (in 

tire former Jap. mandate) Tokyo, Japan ' 

Marquesas Islands Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 
Marshall Islands (in the former 

Jap. mandate) -.. Tokyo, Japan ' 

Minami Toroshima. See Mar- 



Nauru (mandated ter. of Great 
Britain, Australia, and New 
Zealand) Sydney, Australia 

New Caledonia Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

New Guinea (Australian for- 
mer Jap. mandate) Sydney, Australia 

New Hebrides Sydney, Australia 

Niue Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Norfolk Island Sydney, Australia 

Palau Islands (in the former Jap. 
mandate) Tokyo, Japan i 

Papua (Australian ter.) Sydney, Australia 

Pascua, Isla de. See Easter Is- 
land. 

Paumotu Archipelago. See 
Tuamotu Archipelago. 

Pitcairn Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Samoa, Western (N. Z. man- 
date)-. Wellington, N. Z. 

Society Islands (including iles- 
sous-le-Vent) Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Solomon Islands (Br.) Suva, Fiji Islands 

Solomon Islands (in the New 
Guinea mandate) Sydney, Australia 

Stewart Island (N. Z.) Wellington, N. Z. 

Tokelau. See Union Islands. 

Tuamotu Archipelago [Pau- 
motu Archipelago] . 'I'ahiti, Society is- 
lands 

Tubuai Archipelago. See Aus- 
tral Islands. 
Union Islands [Tokelau] Wellington, N. '/.. 

VVallis Archipelago Noumfe, New Cale- 

dsnia 

Yap Island (in the former Jap. 
mandate) Tokyo, Japan ' 

PALESTINE AND TRANS-JOKDA\ 

All of Palestine and Trans- 
Jordan Jerusalem 

PARAGUAY 
All of Paraguay Asuncion 

PERU 

All of Peru Lima 

1 Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PHILIPPINES. REPUBLIC OF THE 

All of the Philippine Islands Manila 



All of Poland- 



PORTUGAL 

AdministTotive districts 

Aveiro Oporto 

Beja Lisbon 

Braga Oporto 

Braganca Oporto 

Castelo Branco Lisbon 

Coimbra _ Oporto 

E vora Lisbon 

Faro (Algarve) Lisbon 

Quarda _ _. Oporto 

Leiria Lisbon 

Lisboa (Lisbon) -.. Lisbon 

Portalegre Lisbon 

Porto Oporto 

Santarfim Lisbon 

Setubal... Lisbon 

Vianado Castelo Oporto 

Vila Real Oporto 

Vizeu Oporto 



RUMANIA 

All of Rumania Bucharest 



SAUDI ARABIA. KINGDOM OF 



Allot Saudi Arabia 



Allof Siam... 


SPAIN 

Province 


Bangkok 






. Bilbao 












. Valencia 



Almeria MSlaga 

A Vila Madrid 

Badajoz Seville 

Baleares (Balearic Islands) Barcelona 

Barcelona Barcelona 

Burgos - Bilbao 

Caceres ^ Seville 

Cadiz _ Seville 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SPAIN— Continued 
Province 

Caste lion Valencia 

Ciudad Real Madrid 

Cordoba Seville 

Coruna Vigo 

Cuenca Madrid 

Gerona Barcelona 

Granada _ Malaga 

Guadalajara Madrid 

Quipuzcoa Bilbao 

Huelva Seville 

Huesca Barcelona 

Ja6n Malaga 

Las Palmas. See Canary Is- 
lands, ante. 

Leon Bilbao 

Lferida Barcelona 

Logrono - Bilbao 

Lugo Vigo 

Madrid Madrid 

Malaga Malaga 

Murcia Valencia 

Navarra Bilbao 

Orense Vigo 

Oviedo Bilbao 

Palencia Bilbao 

Palmas, Las. See Canary Is- 
lands, ante. 

Pontevedra Vigo 

Salamanca Madrid 

Santa Cruz de Tenerife. See 
Canary Islands, ante. 

Santander Bilbao 

Segovia '. Madrid 

Sevilla ... Seville 

Soria Madrid 

Tarragona -. Barcelona 

TerueL Valencia 

Toledo '. Madrid 

Valencia Valencia 

Valladolid... Madrid 

Vizcaya (Biscay) Bilbao 

Zamora Vigo 

Zaragoza - - . Barcelona 



SURINAM (NETHERLANDS GUIANA) 

All of Surinam Paramaribo, Surinam 



SWEDEN 

Province \Ldn] 

Alvsborg Qoteborg 

Blekinge- - Qoteborg 

OSvleborg Stockholm 

Qoteborg och Bohus Qoteborg 

Gotland - Stockholm 

Halland Qoteborg 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SWEDEN— Continued 

Province [Ldn] 

Jamtland. Stockholm 

Jonkoping Qoteborg 

Kalmar Ooteborg 

Kopparberg Stockholm 

Kristianstad Qoteborg 

Krouoberg... Goteborg 

M almohus Goteborg 

Norrbotten. Stockholm 

Orebro (except the town of Hai- 

lefors) Stockholm 

Hailefors Goteborg 

Ostergotland _ _ Stockholm 

Skaraborg Goteborg 

Sodermanland Stockholm 

Stockholm _ Stockholm 

Uppsala - Stockholm 

Varmland Goteborg 

Vasterbotten j.--. Stockholm 

Vastemorrland Stockholm 

VSstmanland Stockholm 



SWITZERLAND 

Canton 

Aargau [Argovie] Ziirich 

Appenzell, comprising Outer 

Rhodes and Inner Rhodes Zurich 

Basel, comprising Baselland 
[Baie-Campagne] and Basel- 

stadt [Baie-Ville] Basel 

Bern [Berne]... Bern 

Fribourg [Freiburg]. Bern 

Geneva [Geneve, Genf] Geneva 

Olarus [Glaris]- ._ Zurich 

Graubiinden [Orisons] Zurich 

Luzern [Lucerne] _ Ziirich 

Neuchatel [Neuenburg].. Bern 

St. Oallen [St. Gall] Zurich 

Scha£fhausen [Scbaffhouse] Ziirich 

Schwyz Ziirich 

Solothum [Soleure] Basel 

Ticino [Tessin] Zurich 

Thurgau [Thurgovie] Ziirich 

Unterwalden, comprising Nid- 
waldon [Unterwald-le-Bas] 
and Oberwalden [Unterwald- 

le-Haut] Ziirich 

Uri Ziirich 

Vaud [Waadt] Geneva 

Valais [Wallis] Geneva 

Zug[Zoug] Zurich 

Ziirich [Zurich] Ziirich 



All of Syria Damascus 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY 

Vilayet 

Adana [sometimes Seyhan] Izmir 

Adrianople. See Edime. 

Afyon Karahisar Izmir 

Agri (capital: Karakose) ' Istanbul 

Amasya Istanbul 

Ankara [Angora] Istanbul 

Antalya Izmir 

Aydin Izmir 

Balikesir Istanbul 

Bilecik... Istanbul 

Bingol (capital: Capakgur) i Istanbul 

Bitlis I Istanbul 

Bolu Istanbul 

Burdur Izmir 

Bursa [Brusa] Istanbul 

ganakkale [Dardanelles] (which 

includes the islands of Imbros 

andTenedos) Istanbul 

Cankiri Istanbul 

Coruh (capital: Artvin) Istanbul 

Corum Istanbul 

Denizli Izmir 

Diyarbekiri Istanbul 

Edime [Adrianople] -. . - - Istanbul 

Eiaziz > Istanbul 

Erzincan ' Istanbul 

Erzurum > Istanbul 

Eski§ehir Istanbul 

Gaziantep Izmir 

Giresun Istanbul 

Giimusane Istanbul 

Hakkari (capital: Colemerik)... Izmir 
Hatay (capital: Antakya [An- 

tioch]) Izmir 

IgeKcapital: Mersin) Izmir 

Isparta Izmir 

Istanbul [Constantinople] Istanbul 

Izmir [Smyrna] Izmir 

Karsi Istanbul 

Kastamonu Istanbul 

Kayseri Izmir 

Kirklareli Istanbul 

Kirsehir - Istanbul 

Kocaeli (capital: Izmit) _ Istanbul 

Konya Izmir 

Kfltahya Izmir 

Malatya Izmir 

Manisa Izmir 

Mara? Izmir 

Mardin Izmir 

Mugla Izmir 

Mu5> Istanbul 

Nigde — Izmir 

Ordu Istanbul 

Eize -- - Istanbul 

Samsun Istanbul 

Seyhan. See Adana. 

Siirt 1 Izmir 

Sinop - - -- Istanbul 

I The following vilayets comprise a zone east of 
the Jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey: 

Kars, Mu?, Tunceli, and Van. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY— Continued 

Vilayet 

Sivas Istanbul 

Smyrna. See Izmir. 

Tekirdag [Rodosto] Istanbul 

Tokat Istanbul 

Trabzon [Trebizond] Istanbul 

Tunceli ' Istanbul 

Urfa Izmir 

Van J Istanbul 

Yozgat Istanbul 

Zonguldak ._ Istanbul 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Province 
Cape of Good Hope; 

That portion of the Province 
lying west of 25° east longi- 
tude Capetown 

That portion of the Province 
lying east of25° east longitude. Port Elizabeth 

Natal - Durban 

Orange Free State Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 
Transvaal Johannesburg 



UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

All of the Soviet Union except 

the city of Vladivostok Moscow 

The city of Vladivostok Vladivostok 



All of Uruguay. 



VENEZUELA 

State (or territory) 

Amazonas (ter.) 

Anzoategui Caracas 

Apure Caracas 

Aragua Caracas 

Barinas Caracas 

Bolivar Caracas 

Carabobo Caracas 

Cojedes-. Caracas 

Delta Amacuro (ter.)... Caracas 

Distrito Federal Caracas 

Falcon Maracaibo 

GuSrico - Caracas 

Lara Caracas 

Mferida ■-.-. Maracaibo 

Miranda 



the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes from 
: Agri, Bingol, Bitlis, Diyarbekir, Eiaziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



95 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

VENEZUELA— Continued 
State ioT tenitory.) 

Monagas Caracas 

Neuva Esparta Caracas 

Portuguesa Caracas 

Sucre Caracas 

Tdchira Maracaibo 

Trujillo Maracaibo 

Yaracuy Caracas 

Zamora. See Barinas. 

Zulia Maracaibo 



WEST INDIES ' 

Island 
Anegada (Br. Virgin Islands, 

B.W.I.) 

Anguilla (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Antigua.B.W.L 

Antigua (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Antigua.B.W.L 

Aruba2(Curacao).J Curacao, W.I. 

Bahama Islands _.. Nassau, N. P., B 

hamas. 

B.W.I. 



Antigua, B. W. I. 



Barbados (B.W.I.) 

Barbuda (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Antigua, B.W.L 

Bequia (Windward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Grenada.B.W.L 

Bonaire (Curajao) Curasao, W.I. 

Caicos Islands, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica. 

Cannouan (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.).: Grenada, B.W.I. 

Carriacou (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.)... Grenada, B.W.I. 

CaymanIslands(B. W. I.) Kingston, Jamaica. 

Cuba. See Cuba, ante. 

Curacao (Curagao) Curafao, W. I. 

Dominica (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) Grenada, B.W.L 

Dominican Eepublic Ciudad Trujillo, D. 

R. 

French West Indies. Martinique. 

Grenada (Windward Islands, 

B.W.L) Grenada,B.W.L 

Grenadines, The (Windward 

Islands, B. W. I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Haiti Port-au-Prince, 

Haiti. 
Hispaniola. See Dominican Re- 
public and Haiti, ante. 

Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica. 

Jest van Dykes (Br. Virgin 

Islands, B. W. I.) Antigua, B. W. I. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

WEST INDIES— Continued 



Island 
Mayreau (Windward Islands, 

B.W.L) 

Montserrat (Leeward Islands, 

B.W.L) 

Mustique (Windward Islands, 

B.W.L) 

Nevis (Leeward Islands, B. W. 

I.) 

Peter (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

W.I.) 

Redonda (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) 

Saba (Curacao) 

St. Christopher [St. Kitts] (Lee- 
ward Islands, B. W. I.) 

St. Eustatius (Curacao) 

St. Lucia (Windward Islands, 

B.W.L) 

St. Martin: 

The southern portion.'a part 

of the Netherlands possession 

Curacao 

The northern portion 

St. Vincent (Windward Islands, 

B.W.L) 

Tobago (B.W.L) 

Tortola (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

W.I.) 

Turks Island, Jamaica 

Trinidad (B.W.L) 



Grenada, B. W. I. 

Antigua, B.W.L 

Grenada, B.W.I. 

Antigua.B.W.L 

Antigua, B. W. I. 

Antigua, B.W.L 
Curacao, W. I. 

Antigua, B. W. I. 
Curacao, W. I. 

Grenada, B.W.L 



Union (Windward Islands, B. 

W.I.) 

Virgin Islands, British (B. W. 

L) 

Virgin Gorda (Br. Virgin Is- 
lands,B.W.I.) 



Curacao, W.I. 
Martinique, F. W. I. 

Grenada, B.W.L 
Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Antigua, B.W.L 
Kingston, Jamaica. 
Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B.W.L 

Grenada, B.W.I. 

Antigua.B.W.L 

Antigua, B. W. I. 



YUGOSLAVIA 

People's Republic 

Bosnia and Hercegovina Zagreb 

Croatia Zagreb 

Macedonia .. Belgrade 

Montenegro Belgrade' 

Serbia (including the autono- 
mous province of Vojvodina 
(Voivodina) and the autono- 
mous region of Kosovo and 

Metohija Belgrade 

Slovenia Zagreb 



' For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, and colonies in the West Indies, 
which are served by American consularoffices, are entered under the heading "West Indies" rather than separately 
under the names of the several political entities concerned. 

' There is a vice consulate on this island. 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES ' 

The following Tariff of United States Foreign Service Fees, prescribed by the 
President under authority of section 1745, Revised Statutes, as amended (22 U. S. C. 
127), shall be charged by diplomatic and consular officers and all persons connected 
with embassies, legations, or consulates for official services. All charges for such 
services must be in strict accordance with this tariff, and be collected in the coin of the 
United States or at its representative value in exchange (22 U. S. ('. 128). For each 
and every fee where the representative value in exchange is collected instead of the 
coin of the United States, there shall be collected a sufficient amount of foreign cur- 
rency to enable the officer to purchase as of the date of collection a sight draft in the 
amount of the fee as prescribed by this tariff payable at par to the Treasurer of the 
United States. Xo fee or compensation will be collected for any service not covered 
by this tariff. 

No fees prescribed in this tariff shall l)e charged or collected by officers for official 
services to American vessels or seamen (22 U. S. C. 89). Undocumented vessels owned 
by American citizens and vessels documented under the laws of the Philippine Islands 
are not exempt from the payment of the fees prescribed herein. Consular agents will 
make the fees prescribed in this tariff for services to vessels and seamen a basis of collec- 
tion from the Treasury for those services. 

All fees must be paid in advance and before the fee stamps are canceled, except 
in case of attendance out of office or of commissions where the amount cannot be de- 
termined until the service is performed. In the latter cases the amount of the fees 
shall be carefully estimated, and in these cases only, the estimated cost of the service 
shall be deposited with the officer before the service is performed, subject to refund- 
ment of any balance remaining. 

A copy of this tariff shall be posted in a conspicuous place in diplomatic and con- 
sular offices (22 U. S. C. 101). 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fe« 




INVOICE SERVICES 






NVOICE SERVICES— C0n« 




1 


Certificatioii of invoice in such num- 




3 


Certificates and declarations as above 






ber of copies as will meet the re- 






described, when issued for a ship- 






quirements of the regulations and 






ment not covered by a consular in- 






instructions and provide the ship- 






voice, including declaration of for- 






per with one copy (in addition to 






eign shipper of articles exported for 






original), including any additional 






exhibition and return (Form No. 






declaration or certificate not other- 






204) and immigrant's oath regarding 






wise provided for which is required 






teams and vehicles, and in cotmec- 






by law or regulations for use in con- 












nection with the entry of the wares 






tion with quarantine regulations 


$1.00 




or the forwarding of the same in 






Exception- 






bond (see item No. 30) 


$2.50 




Certificates for food and drug 




2 


Certification of invoice of returned 






products or insecticides 






American goods 


1.00 




(Forms Nos. 197 and 217) 


No fee 



As established by Executive Order 7968 of Sept. 3, 1938 and amended by Executive Orders 8297 of Dec. 4, 1 
13 of Feb. 11, 1943, 9407 of Dec. 17, 1943, 9.507 of Dec. 20, 1944, 9591 of July 21, 1945, and 9767 of Aug. 9, 1946. 



97 



98 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




INVOICE SERVICES— con. 






VISA SERVICES FOR ALIENS 




< 


Certificate to extra copies of invoices, 
each 


$1.00 

2.50 

1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
9.00 

No fee 
No fee 

No fee 

No fee 
5.00 

No fee 
1.00 

No fee 
1.00 


7 

8 
9 


Execution of application for immigra- 
tion visa 


$1 00 


6 


Certificate of disinfection of goods to 
be shipped to United States in such 
number of copies as will meet the 
requirements of the regulations and 
instructions and provide the ship- 
per with one copy for his own use... 

PASSPORT SERVICES 

Execution of application for passport 


Immigration visa 


9 00 




Execution of application for passport 
visa, except where the fee has been 
reciprocally reduced or waived 
under the authority of the act of 
February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976). 
(The term "passport visa" refers to 
the visa of a passport or other travel 
document) 


1 00 


6 


Passport visa, or visa of affidavit in 
lieu thereof, except where the fee has 
been reciprocally reduced or waived 
under the authority of the act of 

February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976) 

Exception- 
Application for or the visa of 
the passport for any officer of 
any foreign government, or 
members of his immediate 
family, its armed forces, or of 
any State, district, or munic- 






Examination of passport application 
executed before a foreign official 

Examination of passport application 
accompanied by a certificate signed 
by the applicant and two witnesses. 


9.00 




Exceptions— 

(a) Officers or employees of the 
United States traveling on 
official business, or members 
of their immediate families. .. 

(6) Seamen 


No fee 




Limited entry certificate: 
Application for limited entry cer- 
tificate 






(c) Widows, children, parents, 
brothers, and sisters of Amer- 
ican soldiers, saUors, or ma- 
rines buried abroad, whose 
journey is for the purpose of 
visiting graves of such sol- 
diers, sailors, or marines 

Amendment or verification of an 
American passport 


No fee 




Limited entry certificate 


No fee 




Transit certificate: 
Application for transit certificate. . . 
Transit certificate 


No fee 
No fee 




Visa of alien crew list 


2.00 




Supplemental visa of alien crew list . . 

SERVICES TO VESSELS ANT> SEAMEN 

Canceled by Executive Order 9591 
of July 21, 1945. 

For receiving and delivering ship's 
register and papers, $1 for each 100 
tons or fraction thereof, registered 
measurement (net), of the vessel for 
which the service is performed, if 
under 1,000 tons; but for American 
vessels running regularly by weekly 
or monthly trips, or otherwise, to 
or between foreign ports, this ton- 
nage fee will not be charged for 
more than four trips in a year; and 
tonnage fees shall not be exacted for 
any vessel touching at or near ports 
in Canada on her regular voyage 
from one port to another within the 
United States, unless some official 
service required by law shall be per- 
formed (see sec. V-22). 


No fee 




Eenewal of an American passport 

Exceptions- 
Same as (a), (6), and (c) above 
respecting issue of passports 
if bearer of passport has status 
held by him at time of issue of 
passport. 
Execution of application for registra- 
tion 






Issue of card or certificate of identity 
and registration 






Execution of affidavit in regard to 
American birth in connection with 
application for registration or for 






For a certified copy of executed 
form for repatriation of native-born 
American women under the Na- 
tionality Act of October 14, 1940 (54 
Stat. 1146; 8 U. S. C, 717 (b)) 





TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



99 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




SERVICES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN— 






MISCELLANEOUS N0TARL4L AND 






continued 






OTHER SERVICES 




10 


And for every additional 100 tons net 




24 


Administering an oath and certificate 






nr frflptinn tliprpftf 


$0.50 




thereof 


$2.00 


11 


Shipping or discharging seamen, in- 
cluding the certificate thereof at- 
tached to crew list and shipping 






Exceptions- 
Administering the oath of alle- 
giance under the Nationality 






articles and given to seamen 


2.00 




Act of October 14, 1940, as 




12 


Authentication of copies of protests 
or other necessary documents for 
vessels or seamen not otherwise 






amended by the act of April 
2, 1942, to a person who lost 
his citizenship by reason of 






provided for.. 


2.00 




military service with a country 




13 


Preparation and acknowledgment 
for vessels or seamen of any oath or 
declaration for which a form is given 
in the Foreign Service Regulations, 






then at war with a country 
with which the United States 
was at war during the second 
World War (56 Stat. 198; 8 






or a similar necessary service not 






U. S. C. Supp. IV, 723) 


No fee 




otherwise provided for. See item 






For administering the oath of 






No. 7 for visa of alien crew lists.... - 


2.00 




allegiance under the National- 




14 


Preparation and execution for vessels 
or seamen of any certificate for 
which a form is given in the Foreign 
Service Regulations, or similar 
necessary service not otherwise 






ity Act of October 14, 1940, to 
a native-bom American wom- 
an who lost her citizenship 
solely by marriage to an alien 
and whose marriage is termi- 






provided for 


2.00 




I nated(54Stat. 1146;8U.S.C. 
f 717(b)) 




15 


Orders or letters for vessels or seamen 


No fee 


for which forms are given in the 




25 


Administering any and all oaths re- 






Foreign Service Regulations, or 






quired to be made by pensioners and 






other similar necessary service not 






their witnesses in the execution of 






otherwise provided for 


2.00 




their pension vouchers, or by per- 




16 


Recording, when necessary, for vessels 
or seamen any document covered 
by the provisions of the Foreign 
Service Regulations, for every 100 






sons presenting claims for pensions 
or increase of pensions, or claims for 
insurance or insurance allowances 
paid by Federal or a State Govern- 






words or fraction thereof 


.50 
2.00 




ment, or allotments, or certifying 
to the competency of a local oflScial 




17 


Noting marine protest 




18 


Extending marine protest 


3.00 




before whom said papers were exe- 






If it exceeds 200 words, for every 






cuted, or for other services in rela- 






additional 100 words 


.50 




tion thereto 


No fee 


19 


Protest of master against charterers 




26 


Administering oaths or taking ac- 






or freighters 


2.00 




knowledgments of officials or em- 




20 


Clearance when issued by the consul, 






ployees of the United States Gov- 






as at free ports 


2.00 




ernment, or of any corporation in 




21 


Attending an appraisement of vessel's 
goods or effects, for each day's at- 






which the United States or its repre- 
sentative shall own the entire out- 






tendance 


5,00 




standing capital stock, in connec- 




22 


Attending sale of vessel's goods, for 






tion with their oflScial business or 






each day's attendance during which 






accounts 


No fee 




the sale continues 


5.00 


27 


Administering oaths or taking ac- 










23 


Attendance at a shipwreck, or for the 
purpose of assisting a ship in dis- 
tress, or of saving wrecked goods or 
property, over and above the travel- 
ing expenses, whenever the consul's 
interposition is required by the 






knowledgments, or authenticating 
the signatures of foreign officials, in 
connection with kinsmen's petitions 
for wages and effects of deceased 
seamen of the American merchant 






parties interested, for each day 


5.00 




marine 


No fee 



100 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194: 



Item 

No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MISCELLANEOUS NOTARFAL AND 






MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 




28 


Acknowledgment of a deed or power 
of attorney, or similar service, in- 
cluding one or more signatures, with 






Translating or interpreting, etc.— Con. 

The foregoing fee shall be collected 

only when it is necessary that 






certificate thereof, for each copy 


$2.00 




a member of a consular staff be 




29 


Acknowledgments and authentica- 
tions connected with the assign- 
ment and transfer of United States 
bonds or other United States Gov- 
ernment financial obligations or of 
powers of attorney therefor or to 






detailed as translator or in- 
terpreter in the execution of a 
commission to take testimony. 
Exception— 
This item is not applicable to 
criminal cases under the act 






collect interest thereon-. 


No fee 




of June 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 1561, 




30 


Notarial and other services rendered 






1564). 






officials of foreign governments who 




34 


Copies (carbon copies to be charged 






render gratuitously reciprocal cour- 






for at the same rate as originals. 






tesies to officers (including military 






This includes the typing of official 






and naval officers) of the Govern- 






forms where requested and where 






ment of the United States 


No fee 




such service is not included in any 




31 


Certifying to official character of a 






other item of this tariff). 






foreign notary or other official 


2.00 




For every 100 words or fraction 






Exception- 
Authentications under author- 






thereof - 


$0.50 






35 


For certifying to the correctness of a 






ity of the United States Quar- 






copy of, or extract from, a docu- 






antine Regulations, in the 
form prescribed by the De- 






ment, official or private.. 


2.00 








Each copy certified is to be con- 






partment of State, certifying 






sidered an original, and a fee 






to official character of officials 






charged for the certification. 






who sign foreign deratization 






Exception— 






certificates and deratization 






For the certification of a docu- 






1 xemption certificates (see 






ment, or copy thereof, the 






itcni No. 8) 


No fee 




original of which is author- 




32 


For taking depositions, executing 






ized to be furnished without 






commissions or letters rogatory, 
where the record of testimony in- 






charge. _- 


No fee 






36 


.\dditional fee for all services contem- 






cluding caption and certificate does 






plated by fees numbered 24, 28, 31, 






not exceed 500 words (excluding 






32, 34, and 35, when rendered else- 






punctuation) 


10.00 




where than at the consular office at 






For each additional 100 words or 






the request of the interested parties. 






fraction thereof 


50 




for each hour or fraction thereof 


1.00 




The foregoing fee shall cover the 


" 1 




In connection with any service 






administration of the oath and 






rendered outside of the consular 






all services of the consul as com- 






office at the request of private 






missioner, but shall not include 






individuals, the exact amount 






services of clerk, stenographer 






of the expenses actually and 






(dictation and typing) or typist. 






necessarily incurred by the per- 






which shall be additional at 






son rendering the service shall 






the rate prescribed herein for 






be collected from the persons 






copying. 






for whom the service is per- 




33 


Translating or interpreting, for every 
100 words of translation or fraction 
thereof, or for interpreter per hour 






formed iu addition to the fee or 
fees prescribed therefor, but no 
amount in excess of the fee or 






or fraction thereof 


1.00 




fees prescribed and such actual 












and necessary expenses shall be 












charged or accepted. 





TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



101 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 

No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MISCELLANEO0S NOTARIAL AND 






MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 




37 


Recording unofficial documents in 
consulate upon request: 
For every 100 words or fraction 




43 


Certifying to protest and noting of a 
bill of exchange or other negotiable 
instrument and giving notice there- 






thereof- _ - 


$0.50 




of to drawer and indorsers when re- 
quested to do so - . 




38 


Any and all services indicated in the 
Tariff of Fees performed for the 


$2.00 




44 


Any and all services performed for 






official use of the Government of the 






American citizens while outside the 






United States; any and all notarial 






United States in preparation of 






services, such as the administration 






ballots to be used in any primary. 






of oaths or the taking of acknowledg- 






general, or other public elections in 






ments, in connection with the exe- 






the United States, its territories, or 






cution of forms or other documents 






possessions, whether Federal, State, 






issued by or to be presented to any 






Territorial, county, town, or mu- 






department or agency of the Gov- 
ernment of the United States, the 






nicipal 


No fee 






45 


Certificate of Witness to Marriage 






gratis performance of which is not 






(Form No. 87), in duplicate 


1.00 




otherwise provided for in the Tariff 




46 


For taking into possession the per- 






of Fees; and any and all notarial 






sonal estate of any citizen who shall 






services performed for members of 






die within the limits of a consular 






the armed forces of the United 






district, inventorying, selHng, and 






States or for any civilian employees 












of the Government of the United 






finally disposing of, according to 






States 


No fee 




law, the balance due thereon for 
each $100 of market value or fraction 




39 


Any and all services in connection 






with the execution of tax returns, 






thereof 


2.00 




Federal, State, Territorial, munici- 






Exception- 






pal, or insular 


No fee 




No fee shall be charged on se- 










40 


Canceled by Executive Order 9507 
of December 20, 1944 






curities not negotiable by the 
consular officer; and evidences 




41 


For certifying to the correctness of 






copies of certificates of American 






of debt not due and payable 






origin, manufacture, or inspection, 






in the country where the de- 






where such services are performed 




cedent died. No charge shall 






upon written orders of the Secretary of 






be made for placing the official 






State for the purpose of advancing 






seal upon the personal prop- 






the export trade of the United 






erty or effects of such deceased 






States (see item No. 1) 


No fee 




citizen, or for breaking or re- 




42 


Presenting a bill of exchange or other 
negotiable instrument forr accept- 






moving such seals. 






ance, payment, or protest, for each 




47 


For each certificate of protection, 






hour or fraction thereof outside of 






semsar. or certificate of employ- 






the consular office 


1.00 




ment issued at Tangier..- ..- 


2.00 











CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS ' 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


George V. Allen... 


Ambassador ex- 


Tehran... 


Apr. 23,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


$13, 500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.^ 












Ray Atherton 


Ambassador ex- 


Ottawa 


tNov. 18, 1943 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.' 












Willard L. Beaulac_ 


Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 


Asuncion 


Mar. 21,1944 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 


George H. Butler. - 


Appointed ambassa- 
dor extraordinary 
and plenipotenti- 
ary.' 


Ciudad Trujillo. 


July 13,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946§ 


Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Jefierson Caffery.., 


Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 


Paris..-. 


tNov. 25, 1944 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 










plenipotentiary.' 












J. Rives Childs.-.. 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 


Jidda.. 


Apr. 27,1946 
Aug. 22,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




Sana'a 






plenipotentiary.' 












Felix Cole 


Envoy extraordi- 


Addis Ababa.... 


Feb. 20,1945 


Nov. 14,1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




nary and minister 














plenipotentiary.' 












Louis Q. Dreyfus, 


Appointed envoy 


Stockholm 


Aug. 1,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Jr. 


extraordinary and 
minister plenipo- 
tentiary.' 












James Clement 


Appointed ambas- 


Rome 


July 25,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Dunn. 


sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.' > 












John O. Erhardt... 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 


Vienna 


JAug. 3, 1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


INov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 










plenipotentiary.' 












Joseph Flack 


Ambassador ex- 


La Paz 


Apr. 27,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.' 












Maxwell M. Ham- 


Envoy extraordi- 


Helsinki.. 


Sept. 25, 1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


ilton. 


nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 












Leland Harrison... 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 


Bern 


July 13,1937 


Nov. 14,1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 



' Arranged chronologically according to salary and when salary is the same according to date of appointment 
to present class. 

' Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant 
to the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 

• Assigned also as U. S. representative, Advisory Council for Italy, and U. S. pohtical adviser to Supreme 
Commander, Mediterranean Theater, Caserta. 

103 



104 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER COn. 



Name 



Hallptt Johnson_ 



Arthur Bliss Lane- 



Joseph F. McGurk. 



George S. Messer- 
smith. 



R. Henry Norweb. 
Ely E. Palmer 



H. F. Arthur 
Schoenfeld. 



Robert M. Scotten. 



John F. Simmons. 



Edwin r. Stanton. 



Walter Thurston . . 



Harold H. Titt- 
mann, Jr. 



S. Pinkney Tuck. 



George Wadsworth 



Avra M. Warren. . 



Fletcher Warren. 



John C. Wiley. 



Designation 



Ambassador ex- San 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.! 

Ambassador ex- Warsaw, 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.! 

Appointed ambas- Montevideo, 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- Buenos Aires 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Envoy extraordi- Kabul, 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 

Envoy extraordi- Budapest, 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- Quito, 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- San Salvador, 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Envoy extraordi- Bangkok . 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- Mexico, 1). ¥ 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Appointed amba.s- Port-au-Prinoe 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.' 

.\ppointed ambas- Cairo, 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.' 

Appointed ambas- Baghdac: 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.' 

Envoy extraordi- Wellington 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 

.Embassador ex- Managua, 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 

Ambassador ex- BogotS. 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 



Post 



Date of as- 
signment 



Dec. 16,1944 
Sept. 21, 1944 
July 12,1946 

Apr. 12.1946 
May 22,1945 
Feb. 9, 1945 
{Dec. 15,1945 
Mar. 27, 1943 
Sept. 21,1944 
Apr. 27,1946 
May 4, 1946 



tSept. 19, 1946 

Nov. 19, 1946 

Oct. 27,1945 
Apr. fi. 1945 
Sept. 21,1944 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 14, 1946 



Nov. 14,1946 



Nov. 14, 1946 



Nov. 14, 1946 



Nov. 14, 1946 



Nov. 14,1946 



Nov. 14,1946 



Nov. 14, 1946 



Date of entry 
on duty as 



§Nov. 14, 1946 
§Nov. 14, 1946 
§Nov. 14, 1946 

§Nov. 14,1946 
§Nov. 14,1946 
§Nov. 14, I 
§Nov. 14, 1946 
§Nov. 14,1946 
§Nov. 14, 1946 
§Nov. 14,1946 
§Nov. 14,1 
§Nov. 14.1946 

§Nov. 14,1946 

§Nov. 14, 1946 

§Nov. 14,1946 
§Nov. 14, 1946 
§Nov. 14,1946 



Salary 

$13,500 
13,500 
13,500 



' Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER- 



105 
con. 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Edwin C. Wilson 


Ambassador ex- 


Ankara 


Jan. 27,1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


$13,500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.' 












George Atcheson, 


U. S. political ad- 


Office of r. S. 


Sept. 7,1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


July 1, 1924 


13,5(K1 


Jr. 


viser.2 


Political Ad- 














viser to Su- 




1 








preme Com- 














mander for Al- 














lied Powers, 














Tokyo. 










Maynard B.Barnes. 


Foreign Service 


Sofia 


Oct. 24, 1944 


Nov. 25, 1946 


June 23, 1921 


13,500 


oflBcer. 












Ellis 0. Briggs 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Aug. 25,1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


§Aug. 1,1945 


13,500 


Selden Chapin 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Jan. 2, 1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Apr. 20,1925 


13,500 


Monnett B. Davis. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy and consul 
general, s t 


Shanghai 


Mar. 1, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1946 


§Feb. 27,1946 


13,500 


Waldemar J. Qall- 


Counselor of em- 


London 


tJan. 7, 1944 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Oct. 7, 1922 


13,500 


man. 






Loy W. Henderson. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


July 21,1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


§July 18,1945 


13,500 


Oeorge V. Kennan. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Apr. 26,1946 


Nov. 25, 1946 

■ 


Oct. 1, 1926 


13,500 


H. Freeman Mat- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


June 28,1943 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Jan. 15,1924 


13,500 


thews. 


officer. 












Robert D. Murphy. 


U. S. political ad- 
«» viser.2 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Sept. 15,1944 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Mar. 1,1921 


13.500 


John Carter Vin- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


Dec. 15,1942 


Nov. 25, 1946 


May 20, 1925 


13,500 


cent. 


officer. 













FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE 



Henry M. Bank- 



Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 

Consul general. 



Thomas D. Bow- Consul general Canton July 30,1946 Nov. 13, 1946 Feb. 11,1915 13,500 

man. 

George L. Brandt-. Consul general Naples.. Mar. 9,1944 Nov. 13, 1946 Apr. 21, 1915 13,500 

H. Merle Cochran. Counselor of em- On detail as in- Dec. 9,1942 Nov. 13, 1946 Oct. 2,3,1919 13,500 

bassy. spector. 

NathanielP. Davis. Counselor of em- ManUa.. tJuly 4,1946 Nov. 13,1946 July 1,1921 13,500 

bassy.' 
Erie R. Dickover.. Foreign Service offi- Department June 28, 1943 Nov. 13, 1946 June 4,1914 13,500 

cer. 
Arthur C. Frost... Consul general Toronto Oct. 12,1944 Nov. 13, 1946 Apr. 1,1915 13,500 

1 Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 

2 With the personal rank of ambassador. 
' With the personal rank of minister. 

< Accredited to the embassy at Nanking; resident in Shanghai. 
' With the honorary rank of minister. 



106 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST! JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


J. Klahr Huddle. __ 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offl 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 18,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 19,1915 


513, 500 


Joseph E.Jacobs... 


Department 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 8,1915 


13,500 


Leland B.Morris.. 


On detail as in- 


Dec. 20,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Oct. 16,1945 


13, 500 




cer. 


spector. 










Lowell C. Pinker- 


Appointed envoy 
extraordinary and 


Beirut 


Nov. 19, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 3, 1917 


13, 500 


ton. 








minister plenipo- 














tentiary. 












North Winship.... 


Consul general 


Montreal 


Oct. 12,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 19,1910 


13, 500 


Sam E.Woods'... 


C onsul general 


Zflrich and Va- 
duz. 


Jan. 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


13, 500 


William P. Blocker 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 




Feb. 7,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 25,1919 


13,200 








Richard P. Butrick 


Adviser on foreign 


ManUa 


July 31,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 1. 1921 


13,200 




affairs to the Re- 














public of the Phil- 














ippines.' 












Edward L. Reed. . 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 13,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 10,1920 


13,200 


H. EarleRusseU... 


cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Dec. 26,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 6, 1916 


13,200 


Rudolf E. Schoen- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Jan. 29,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 10,1916 


13,200 


feld. 


cer. 












Ralph H. Acker- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 24,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,800 


man. 


cer. 












H. Lawrence 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. af- 


Athens 


May 31,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,800 


Groves. 








fairs. 












Donald R. Heath.. 


Counselor of mis- 
sion. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Nov. 1,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 4, 1920 


12,800 


James Hugh Kee- 


Counselor of em- 


Athens...- 


Oct. 18,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


Oct. 13,1922 


12,800 


ley, Jr. 


bassy and consul 
general. 












Alfred W. Klie- 


C onsul general 


Halifax 


Feb. 6, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 13, 1923 


12,800 


forth. 














Thomas H. Lock- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Manila 


Oct. 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,800 


ett. 






Robert B.Macatee. 


Consul general 


Jerusalem 


Sept. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 1,1918 


12,800 


Orsen N. Nielsen.. 


Consul general 

Counselor of embas- 


Sydney 


Aug. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 1, 1919 


12,800 


Daniel J. Reagan.. 


Paris 


Sept. 19. 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,800 




sy for econ. affairs. 












LoydV. Steere.... 


Counselor of mis- 
sion. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Aflairs, 
Berlin. 


tAug. 27, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12, 800 



' Resident in Zflrich. 

« With the personal rank of minister. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE — continued 



107 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Harold S.Tewell.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 24, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 22, 1921 


$12, 800 


Herbert S. Bursley. 


cer. 
Counselor of embas- 


Ankara 


Apr. 25,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 20,1919 


12,400 


Cecil M. P. Cross- 


sy. 
Consul general 


Sao Paulo 


Mar. 21, 1941 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 23,1919 


12,400 


William E. De- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 5, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 6,1923 


12,400 


Com-cy. 


cer. 












Walter J. Donnelly. 
WUliam E. Dunn- 


Counselor of embas- 


Lima 


Dec. 10, 1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


12, 400 


sy. 
Counselor of em- 


Santiago 


June 22, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12, 400 




bassy for econ. 














affairs. 












Carol H. Foster.... 


Consul general. 


Capetown 


Nov. 2,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 4, 1919 


12,400 


Hugh S. FuUerton. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy and consul 
general. 


Paris 


Sept. 13, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 7.1920 


12, 400 


Raymond H.Geist. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Mexico. D. F... 


Apr. 4,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1921 


12,400 


Samuel Reber 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Aug. 15,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


12, 400 


Howard K. Trav- 


Consul general 


Vancouver 


May 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 13,1921 


12, 400 


Merwin L. Bohan. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


Mgxico, D. F... 


Aug. 14,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12, 000 


Walter A. Foote... 


Consul general 


Batavia 


June 18,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 30, 1920 


12,000 


Cecil Wayne Cray. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 24,1928 


12,000 


Julian F. Harring- 
ton. 
Harry C. Hawkins. 


Counselor of em- 


Ottawa 


Dec. 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 18,1925 


12,000 


Counselor of em- 




Sept. 12,1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Sept. 11, 1944 


12, 000 




bassy for econ. 














affairs.' 












George D. Hopper. 


Consul general 


Hong Kong and 
Macau. 


Sept. 17, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 5, 1917 


12,000 


Charles A. Liven- 


Counselor of em- 


Rome 


JFeb. 10,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,000 


good. 


bassy for econ. 
affairs. 












George R. Merrell. 


Charge d' Affaires ad 
interim.' 


New Delhi 


fDec. 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 4, 1922 


12,000 


John J. Muccio 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Dec. 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 23, 1921 


12,000 


Alfred T. Nester... 


cer. 
Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


Dec. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 28,1922 


12, 000 


Albert F.Nufer... 


Counselor of em- 


Habana.-- 


tNov. 5,1942 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,000 




bassy for econ. 














affairs. 












Christian M. 


Coimselor of lega- 


Stockholm 


Dec. 23,1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 20, 1922 


12,000 


Ravndal. 


tion. 












Harold Shantz 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Belgrade 


tFeb. 14,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 30, 1921 


12,000 


Cliflord C. Taylor. 


Counselor of em- 


Warsaw 


Jan. 2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,000 




bassy for econ. 














affairs. 













» With the rank of minister. 



108 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


De.signation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


George K. Donald. 


Consul general 


St. John's, N. F- 


Nov. 


26, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 


2. 1914 


.$11, 750 


Paul R. Josselyn __ 


Consul general 


Singapore 


Mar. 


5, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 


25, 1910 


11.750 


Lynn W. Meekins 


Consul 


Sao Paulo 


Feb. 


4, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


,Tulv 


1, 1939 


11,750 


Myrl S. Myers..:. 


Consul general 


Peiping 


Jan. 


29, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


11,1907 


11, 750 


George P. Shaw__. 




Quito 


Nov. 


4, 1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 


1,1920 


11, 7.50 




bassy. 
















Clarence J. Spiker. 


Consul general 


Tsingtao 


July 


30, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 29, 1914 


11,750 


J. Webb Benton... 


Counselor of em- 


The Hague 


Oct. 


20, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 


8. 1920 


11,400 


Edward M. Oroth. 


Consul general 


Hamburg- -.- 


Jan. 


18, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 


1. 1920 


11,400 


Hugh Millard 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Santiago 


July 


6,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 


6, 1921 


11,400 


Parker W. Buhr- 


Consul general 


Bratislava 


Mar. 


20, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 


10, 1918 


11,060 


Sydney B. Red- 


Consul general 


Frankfort on the 


{Mar. 


1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 


13, 1946 


11,050 


eeker. 




Main. 














Christian T. Steger. 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Copenhagen 


Dec. 


28, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 


2. 1920 


11,0.50 


Done. Bliss 


Cml. attache _-- 


London 


tApr. 


15, 1943 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 700 


William R. Lang- 


Con.sul general and 


Ofllce of U. S. 


tMay l.S, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 


2, 1914 


10, 700 


don. 


United States po- 
litical advLser. 


Political Ad 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 














PaulO. Nyhus... 


Agricultural attache. 


lyondon 


May 


5. 1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 70n 


Robert Lacy 


Consul general 


Tientsin . 


tMar. 


11,1946 


Nov. 13.1946 


Oct. 


22, 1921 


10, 700 


Smyth. 


















Paul H. Ailing . 


Diplomatic asent 
and consul gen- 
eral. • 


Tangier 


May 


2. 1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


§Apr. 


16, 1945 


10, 350 


Maurice W. Alt- 


Consul general 


Bremen 


tApr. 


11,1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Aug. 


13, 1923 


10, 350 


affcr. 


















John W. Bailey, 


Consul general and 


Santiago 


Nov. 


8, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Oct. 


1, 1943 


10, 350 


Jr. 


first secretary. 
















Charles A. Bay-... 
William n. Beck.. 


Consul general 


Milan 


{May 


7, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Oct. 


2, 1920 


10. 350 


Consul general 


Southampton... 


June 


7, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 


29, 1931 


10, 350 


Donald F. Bigclow. 


Counselor of lega- 
tion and consul. 


Budapest 


Apr. 


11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 


4, 1921 


10, 350 


Charles E. Bohlen. 


Foreign Service olQ- 


Department 


June 


3, 1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 


1, 1929 


10, 350 


Hiram A. Boucher. 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Riode Janeiro.. 


Mar. 


24, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 


13, 1921 


10, 350 


Clarence C.Brooks- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


Rio dp Janeiro. - 


Apr. 


18, 1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 


1. 1939 


10, 350 


William W. But- 


Counselor of em- 


Nanking 


Jan. 


2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 


2.1928 


10, 350 


terworth, Jr. 


bassy. 2 
















John M. Cabot.. -- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Belgrade 


June 


26, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 


1, 1926 


10, 350 


George R. Canty.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 350 


Harry E. Carlson.. 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Budapest 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 


19, 1920 


10, 350 



I With the rank of minister. 

' With the personal rank of minister. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 109 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Lewis Clark 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


London 


Aug. 26,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


2, 1925 


m, 350 


Edward S. Crocker, 


Counselor of em- 


Lisbon 


JFeb. 22,1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1922 


10,350 


2d. 


bassy. 
















Paul C. Daniels... 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Rio de Janeiro. _. 


Feb. 1, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


29, 1927 


10,350 


OwenL. Dawson . 


Agricultural attache>_ 


Nanking 


tMar. 25, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 350 


Samuel H. Day.... 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


New Delhi 


Oct. 2L1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 350 


Charles E. Diclier- 


First secretary and 


Lisbon 


June 17,1943 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 350 


son, Jr. 


consul. 
















Howard Donovan _ 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


July 17,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


29, 1921 


10, 3.50 


Albert M. Doyle __ 


Consul general 


Amsterdam 


tDec. 29,1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


11,1922 


10, 3.50 


Curtis T. Everett. 


Consul 


Basel 


Dec. 20,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Mar. 


6, 1923 


1(T, 350 


Samuel J. Fletcher. 


Consul general 


Calcutta 


tNov. 15, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


June 


14. 1921 


10, 350 


Fayette J. Flexer.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Manila 


Oct. 1, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


May 


7, 1927 


10, 3.50 


Richard Ford 


Consul general 


Barcelona 


Mar. 29, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


12, 1923 


10, 350 


Homer S. Fox 


Cml. attache.: 


Ottawa 


Dec. 4, 1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3,50 


\V. Perry George ._ 


Counselor of em- 


Tehran 


Dec. 27,1946 


.Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 


17, 1919 


10, 350 


Julian C. Greenup. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


Buenos Aires.... 


Nov. 29, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3,50 


George J. Haering. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


May 1.3.1946 


Nov. 


13. 1946 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


10, 3.50 


George C. Howard 


Cml. attache 




{Jan. 5, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 350 


Joel C. Hudson.... 


Cml. attache 


Cairo - 


Mar. 14, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


12, 1923 


10, 3.50 


David McK. Key. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Rome 


Feb. 20,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


20, 1925 


10, .3,50 


Edward B. Law- 


Counselor of em- 


Ankara 


JSept. 7, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3.50 


son. 


bassy for econ. 
affairs. 
















Marcel E. Malige.. 


Cml. attache 


Bern 


Sept. 19, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


J uno 


24, 1922 


10, 350 


Lester DeWitt 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Dec. 3,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3.50 


.Mallory. 


cer. 
















Dayle C. Mc- 


Consul general 


Glasgow 


Mar. 14, 1946 


Nov 


13. 1946 


Oct. 


6, 1919 


10, 350 


Donough. 


















Thomas McEnelly. 


Consul general 


Dublin 


lApr. 28,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 


12, 1919 


10, 350 


Paul G. Minne- 


Agricultural attach^ 


Habana 


Apr. 15,1942 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1. 1939 


10, 350 


EarlL. Packer..... 


Consul general 


Rangoon 


Apr. 11, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


§Sept. 


1, 1936 


10. 350 


Jefferson Patterson 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Cairo 


Apr. 29, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


8, 1921 


10, 35i) 


Warwick Perkins.. 


First secretary 


Ankara 


July 4. 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


10,350 


Edwin A. Plitt 


Counselor of lega- 
tion. 
Consul general 


Bern 


Oct. 8, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


30. 1921 


10, 3,50 


Austin R. Preston. 


Antwerp 


Dec. 13,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


16, 1922 


10, 3,50 


Karl L. Rankin.... 


Counselor of lega- 
tion for econ. af- 
fairs. 


Vieima 


Sept. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3.50 


J. Bartlett Rich- 


Cml. attache 


Manila 


tJuly 8, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


10, 3.50 


ards. 


















James W. Riddle- 


Foreign Service oflS- 


Department 


Oct. 28,1943 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


20,1929 


10, .350 


berger. 


cer. 

















Assigned to serve at Shangha 



110 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Joseph C. Satter- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 13, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 1, 1920 


$10,350 


thwaite. 


cer. 












Lester L. Schnare.. 


Consul general 


Genoa 


Apr. 24,1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 0, 1919 


10,350 


Paul P. Steintorf . . 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Manila 


Jan. 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


10,350 


George Tait 






Feb. 8,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 31,1923 


10, 350 




bassy and consul 














general. 












Howard H. Tewks- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 29, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


10. 350 


bury. 


cer. 












Angus Ward 


Consul general 


Mukden 


July 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 20,1925 


10, 350 


George H. Winters. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Ciudad JuSrez.. 


Dec. 22,1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Aug. 10,1927 


10,350 


F 


OREIGN SERV 


ICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE 


John D. Johnson,.. 


Consul 


Montreal 


June 25,1942 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Sept. 20, 1922 


$9,900 


Edwin Carl Kemp. 


Consul general 


Kingston 


Aug. 29,1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


May 0, 1914 


9,900 


Clayton Lane 1 


Cml. attache 


Beirut and Da- 
mascus. 


Aug. 29, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 


9,900 


James E. McKen- 


Consul 


Shanghai 


Sept. 12, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


June 1, 1925 


9,900 


LeslieE. Reed 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Asuncion. -_ 


Sept. 30, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1940 


May 9, 1914 


9,900 


Wainwright Ab- 
bott. 
Hooker A. Doo- 


Consul general 


Bordeaux 


Sept. 10, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Apr. 17,1920 


9,800 


Consul general 


Alexandria 


Apr. 28,1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Nov. 15, 1920 


9,800 


little. 














Raleigh A. Gibson. 


Consul general 


Salonika 


Sept. 18, 1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 12,1920 


9,800 


Benjamin Reath 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 2, 1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Dec. 24,1919 


9,800 


Riggs. 


cer. 












James T. Scott.... 


Cml. attache 


Bangkok 


Jan. 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 


9,800 


Samuel Sokobin... 




Birmingham 


Aug. 29, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


May 29, 1914 


9,800 


Marshall M. Vance. 


Counselor of mission 
and consul gen- 
eral. 


Oflice of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


May 10, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 5, 1921 


9,800 


Jesse F. Van Wic- 

kel. 
A. Dana Hodgdon. 


Cml. attache 


The Hague. 


tOct. 9, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1,1939 


9,800 


Consul general 


Stuttgart.. 


Feb. 28,1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


§Jan. 11,1934 


9,500 


Renwick S. Mc- 


Consul general 


Palermo.... 


Oct. 27,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 8, 1920 


9,500 


Niece. 
Quincy F. Roberts. 


Consul.... 


Belfast 


Sept. 4,1942 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Apr. 17,1915 


9,500 




Cml. attache. 

First secretary and 




Feb. 15,1944 
June 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 
Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 
Oct. 1, 1920 


9,500 


S. Walter Wash- 


Mexico, D. F... 


9,500 


ington. 


consul. 












William H. Beach. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Addis Ababa.... 


Feb. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 5,1924 


9,200 


H. Merrell Benn- 


Consul general 


Dairen... 


May 7, 1940 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 2, 1929 


9,200 


inghofl. 















' Resident in Beirut. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE — continued 



111 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


David C.Berger--- 


Consul general 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Oct. 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1920 


$9, 200 


James C. H. Bon- 


Counselor of em- 


Paris 


May 31, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 29, 1927 


9,200 


bright. 


bassy. 












Richard F.Boyce.. 


Consul general 


Melbourne 


Jan. 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 10,1920 


9,200 


Daniel M. Brad- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Feb. 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 1,1929 


9,200 


dock. 


cer. 












John H. Bruins 


Counselor of em- 


Praha 


tApr. 9,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 8, 1923 


9,200 




bassy. 












Homer M. Bying- 


First secretary and 


Rome 


Mar. 12, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 23, 1930 


9,200 


ton, Jr. 


consul. 










A.BlandCalderL. 


Cml. attache 


Nanking 


tFeb. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


9,200 


LeoJ. Callanan 


Consul 


Victoria, B. C... 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 4,1923 


9,200 


Cavendish W. 


First secretary and 


Lisbon 


Apr. 18,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 19,1928 


9,200 


Caimon. 


consul. 












Vinton Chapin 


First secretary and 
consul. 


The Hague 


May 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§May 21, 1936 


9,200 


Warren M. Chase. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Nov. 2,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 11,1929 


9,200 


Archie W. Childs.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Apr. 21,1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


July 1, 1939 


9,200 


Prescott Childs 


Consul general and 


Habana 


Apr. 11, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 5,1924 


9,200 




first secretary. 












Oliver Edmund 


Consul general 


Harbin 


July 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 30, 1928 


9,200 


Clubb. 












William P. Coch- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Office of U. S. 


Dec. 5, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 21,1928 


9,200 


ran, Jr. 


cer. 


Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Cabot Coville 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
PoUtical Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Dec. 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


9,200 


James Orr Denby.. 


Counselor of lega- 


Vienna 


Dec. 28,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 6,1921 


9,200 




tion. 












Hasell H.Dick... . 


Consul general 


Dakar- 


Jan. 23,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Mar. 14, 1911 


9,200 


Gerald A. Drew... 


First secretary and 


Paris.. 


Sept. 2,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 29, 1927 


9,200 




consul. 












Everett F. Drum- 


First secretary and 


London 


July 24,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 2, 1931 


9,200 


right. 


consul. 












Elbridge Durbrow. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Moscow.. 


Mar. 29, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 31, 1930 


9,200 


Walton C. Ferris. - 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


Oct, 18,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Jan. 11,1934 


9,200 


Harold D. Finley.. 


Consul general 


Algiers ..... 


lOct. 16,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 2, 1920 


9.200 


» Assigned to serv 


e at Shanghai. 













112 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



JANUARY 1, 194 7 

CLASS THREE — Continued 



C. Paul Fletcher... 
LynnW. Franklin. 
Franklin C. 

Gowen. 
W i n t h r o p S. 

Greene. 
William M. 

Gwymi. 
Raymond A. Hare 

Cloyce K. Huston . 

Curtis C. Jordan... 

Ervvin P. Keeler... 

Gerald Keith 



C.Porter Kuyken- 

dall. 
Charles W. Lewis, 

Jr. 
Herve J. L'Heu- 

reux. 
Clarence E. Macy. 
John H. Madonne. 

PauMV. Meyer.. 
Sheldon T. Mills. 

James P. Moffitt.. 
James S. Moose, 

James K. Penfleld. 

James B. Pilch<>r. . 
Harold M. Rau<ull. 
Guy \V. Ray 

Walter H. Sholes 
Edward J. Sparks 

Paul C. Squire 



Ma'irice L. Staf- 
ford. 

Llewellyn E. 
Thompson, Jr. 

William T. Turner 

Edwaid T. Wailes 

Walter N. Walms- 
ley, Jr. 

Thomas C. Wes- 
son. 

James R. Wilkin- 
son. 



Designation 



Consul 

Consul general 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Consul general 

Consul general 

Foreign Service ofii- 

cer. 
Counselor of em- 
Consul general 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul.. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul general 

Counselor of lega- 
tion. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Cml. attache 

Foreign Service offi- 
ce] . 

Consul general 

Counselor of embas- 
sy. 

Consul general and 
first secretary. 

Consul general and 
first secretary 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 



Gibraltar 

Curasao 

Vatican City... 

Lagos. 

Leopold ville... 

Department- -- 

Oslo 

Lourengo Mar 

ques. 
Rio de Janeiro. 

Warsaw. 

Liverpool 

Casablanca 

Marseille 

Istanbul.. 

Bern... 

Shanghai 

Department 

Monterrey 

Damascus 

Department... 

Shanghai 

Madrid 

Department.... 

Basel 

Montevideo 

Buenos Aires .. 

Mexico, D. F.. 

Department ... 

Nanking 

Department.... 

Paris 

Paris.. 

Munich 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 13.1944 
tJune 8, 1945 
Aug. 2,1944 

tMar. 27, 1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 

July 13,1946 

tMay 7, 

Sept. 14, 1946 

Dec. 23, 

Nov. 15, 1944 

tMar. 16, 1944 

JDec. 22,1944 

{Dec. 29,1944 

Sept. 18, 1946 
Aug. 1, 

Aug. 25, 1945 
Jan. 17, 1946 

Sept. 14, 194f 
Mar. 5. 1945 

Dec. 20, 1944 

Mar. 1, 1946 
Oct. 26,1945 
Feb. 20,1946 

Mar. 31,1941 
tSept. 20, 1945 

Apr. 25, 1945 

{Aug. 23. 1943 

Apr. 8, : 

Feb. 20, 1946 

Dec. 22,1944 

June 13, 1945 

July 13,1 

Mar. 13. 1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1940 
Nov. U, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13.1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1.3, 1946 



July 29,1924 
Sept. 27, 1916 
Jan. 8, 1926 

Oct. 25, 

Oct. 1, 

Oct. 24,1928 

May 9, 1927 

Feb. 29,1920 

July 1, 

Feb. 24,1927 

Oct 2, 

Apr. 12,1923 

Sept. 12, 1930 

July 5, 1923 
July 1, 1929 

May 9.1924 
Nov. 12. 1928 

Oct. 10,1919 
Jan. 20, 1928 

May 14,1930 

Nov. 6,1928 
July 1, 1939 
Oct. 21, 1930 

Dec. 6, 1911 
Oct. 11,1926 

Nov. 17. 1919 

Sept. 30. 1919 

Feb. 15, 1929 

Apr. 26. 1924 

Oct. 22,1929 

Apr. 18, 1929 

Aug. 9, 1927 

July 2. 1921 



$9, 200 
9,200 
9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9.200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 

9,200 
9,200 

9,200 
9,200 

9,200 
9.200 



9.200 
9.200 
9.200 
9.200 
9,200 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE — Continued 



113 



Frances E. Willis - 
Ware Adams 



Sidney A. Belov- 

sky. 
Burton Y. Berry. . 

Gilson G. Blake--. 
Russell M. Brooks- 
Allan Dawson 



Charles H. Derry.. 

Bertel E. Kuni- 
holm. 

Edmund B. Mont- 
gomery. 

John H. Morgan-.. 

Sidney E. O'Don- 
oghue. 

Harold B. Quarton. 

Gardner Richard- 
son. 

Harry L. Trout- 
man. 

Carlos J. Warner.. 

George Gregg Ful- 
ler. 

Samuel R. Thomp- 
son. 

Frederik van den 
A rend. 

Joseph F. Burt 

Reginald S. Castle- 
man. 

Richard M. de 
Lambert. 

Eugene M. Hinkle. 

George R. HukilL, 

Leigh W. Hunt.... 
Oliver B. North... 
E. Talbot Smith... 
Robert B. Streeper. 
Francis H. Styles.. 
Osborn S. Watson. 
Glenn A. Abbey .. 



George M. Abbott. 
Theodore C. Achil- 



Designation 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul.. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Counselor of embas- 
sy. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Cml. attache 

Asst. cml. attache. - 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Cml. attache 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 



First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 



Post 



Department. 

Vienna 

Toronto 

Bucharest .. 

Valparaiso-.. 

Lyon 

Department. 

Sydney 

Beirut 

Department- 
Department - 
Buenos Aires 

Tampico 

Barbados 

Geneva 

Bogota 

Tunis 

Mancl 

Batavia _-- 

Gdansk 

Malaga --- 

Lima 

Montreal 

Rio de Janeiro. 

Bucharest 

Ottawa --- 

Accra 

Chungking 

Shanghai 

Wellington 

Office of U. S. 
Political Advis- 
er to Supreme 
Commander 
for Allied 
Powers, Tok- 
yo. 
Paris... - 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 22, 1944 

ISept. 7,1946 

Dec. 20,1946 

Oct. 7, 1944 

May 13, 1946 
Nov. 21, 1944 
Dec. 31,1946 

July 5, 194 
Jan. 22,1946 

Nov. 2,1943 

Sept. 22, 1943 

May 2, 1946 

May 1, 1946 
July 17,1946 

Aug. 23,1946 

Aug. 23,1946 

tAug. 1, 1945 

Feb. 12,1946 

Dec. 29, 1945 

Dec. 4, 1945 
May 13,1946 



Sept. 10. 194(> 
Jan. 22, 1946 

Dec. 11,1946 

Nov. 16, 1928 

July 17, 1946 

Apr. 30,1946 

May 13,1946 

May 2, 1945 

July 16,1946 



Sept. 13, 1944 
Mar. 5, 1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13. 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13,1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13,1 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Sept. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

May 

Oct. 
June 
Apr. 

Aug. 
June 

July 

Nov. 

July 

Apr. 
July 

Feb. 

May 

§Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 
Oct. 



29, 1927 

10, 1929 

16. 1929 

21, 1928 

12, 1922 
26, 1922 
20, 1925 

15. 1922 
18, 

12, 1920 

2, 1925 

1, 1922 

29, 1912 
1, 1939 

26. 1923 
17, 1928 

6, 1937 
22, 1919 
3,1923 

12,1 

4,1 



Jan. 15, 1924 



Nov. 
Apr. 

July 
July 
Dec. 
Sept. 
June 
July 
Oct. 



2, 1925 

12. 1923 

1, 1939 
1, 1939 
1,1921 

12. 1924 
21, 1920 

1, 19,39 
11, 1927 



Sept. 29, 1927 
Jan. 8, 1932 



Salary 



,900 

,900 

,900 
,900 
,900 

,900 
,900 

,900 

,900 



,600 

,600 

,600 

,300 
,300 



,300 
,300 

,300 
,,300 
,300 
,300 
,300 



,000 
,000 



114 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Garret G. Acker- 


Counselor of lega- 


Copenhagen 


June 6,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 8, 1928 


$8,000 


son, Jr. 


tion. 












John M. Allison. _. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


8,000 


George D. An- 


cer. 
First secretary and 


Warsaw 


Jan. 18,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 28, 1927 


8,000 


drews. 


consul. 












J. Kenly Bacon.... 
LaVerne Baldwin.. 


Consul 


Quebec..- 


Oct. 15,1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Jan. 6, 1931 


8,000 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 25,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 9,1927 


8,000 


Walworth Bar- 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Feb. 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


8,000 


bour. 


cer. 












Jacob D. Beam 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Oct. 16,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1,1932 


8,000 


MaxWaldoBishop. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Pow- 
ers, Tokyo. 


Aug. 25,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 11,1935 


8,000 


PhUip W. Bonsai.. 


First secretary and 


Madrid 


Aug. 28, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Aug. 28,1944 


8,000 


consul. 












Roy E. B. Bower.. 


Consul 


Madras 


Oct. 7. 1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 6,1927 


8.000 


James E. Brown, 


First secretary and 


Montevideo 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 7, 1928 


8,000 


Jr. 


consul. 












Robert Y. Brown.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Manila— 


Aug. 22,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 21, 1928 


8,000 


Sidney H. Browne. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
AlUed Pow- 
ers, Tokyo. 


Dec. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 29,1927 


8,000 


Robert M. Carr... 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 1,1946 


8,000 


J. Holbrook Chap- 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Jan. 13, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1924 


8,000 


man. 


cer. 












Augustus S. Chase. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Nanking 


July 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 2,1925 


8,000 


DuWayne G. 


Cml. attache 


Rio de Janeiro-. 


Apr. 21,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 


Clark. 














Robert D. Coe 


First secretary and 
consul. 


London 


Apr. 2, 1941 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 4.1928 


8,000 














Montgomery H. 
Colladay. 


First secretary 


Dublin 


tJuly 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 23, 1929 


8,000 












William W. Cor- 


Consul general 


Goteborg 


JDec. 29,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 28,1920 


8.0CO 


coran. 














Basil D.Dahl 


Cml. attache 


Copenhagen 


May 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 


JohnDavies, Jr.... 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Moscow 


Jan. 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 16,1932 


8,000 












Henry B. Day 


Consul 


Edinburgh 


Oct. 2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 26,1930 


8,000 


Edmund J. Dorsz.. 


First secretary 

Asst. cml. attache... 


Warsaw 


tJuly 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 27,1929 


8,000 


Charles H. Ducotg. 


Paris 


Nov. 29, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 


C. Burke Elbrick.. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Department 


Dec. 6, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 16,1931 


8,000 



CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL 

CLASS THREE — Continued 



115 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Ernest E. Evans... 

Robert F. Femald. 
Dorsey Gassaway 

Fisher. 
Wilson C. Flake... 

WiUiam A. Fowler. 

Laurence C.Frank - 

Willard Galbraith. 


First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service ofll- 
cer. 

Consul general and 
first secietary. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


Nanking 

Tananarive 

Mexico, D.F... 

Department 

Department 

Vienna 

La Paz.. 


July 22.1946 

tFeb. 8,1946 
July 17,1946 

Feb. 6,1945 

May 23, 1946 

ISept. 7,1946 

May 14,1946 

July 4, 1945 

Sept. 9, 1944 
Sept. 19, 1945 
May 27, 1939 
tJuly 11,1946 

June 11,1945 
Feb. 17,1942 

June 29,1946 

Jan. 28,1946 

June 19,1945 
June 23,1945 
Jan. 24,1946 
Dec. 31,1942 
Aug. 21,1944 

Nov. 19, 1945 

tAug. 28,1945 

June 10,1946 

tApr. 10,1942 
Aug. 29,1941 

Mar. 5,1945 

Oct. 12,1945 
Mar. 19, 1945 

Apr. 11,1946 

May 1, 1946 
Oct. 30,1946 

May 14,1946 

Feb. 26,1943 

Aug. 29,1945 
Apr. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1920 

Oct. 23,1919 
May 1,1929 

July 1, 1939 

Apr. 16,1945 

May 16,1945 

Feb. 25,1930 

Oct. 23,1929 

Apr. 17,1915 
June 5,1928 
Nov. 8,1924 
Jan. 20,1928 

June 26,1922 
July 5, 1921 

July 1, 1939 

Dec. 9, 1929 

May 16, 1927 
Sept. 2,1930 
Feb. 4, 1924 
July 1, 1939 
Nov. 3,1923 

May 19,1928 

Nov. 6,1924 

Dec. 11,1929 

July 1, 1939 
Sept. 29, 1927 

Jan. 10,1931 

Oct. 1,1926 
July 1, 1939 

Jan. 25,1932 

Apr. 18,1929 
Sept. 19, 1927 

Nov. 6,1924 

Jan. 1,1932 

Oct. 5, 1925 
Jan. 1,1932 


$8, 000 

8,000 
8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 


James W. Ganten- 

bein. 
Bernard Gotlieb... 
Archibald E. Gray. 


Department 

"Windsor 

Amsterdam 


8,000 

8,000 
8,000 


John N.Hamlin... 


Consul 


8,000 


Randolph Harri- 
son. 
Richard B. Haven. 


First secretary 

Consul 


The Hague 

Turin 


8,000 
8,000 


Charles H. Heisler. 
R. Horton Henry.. 
Thomas A. Hickok.. 


Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 


Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. 
Mexico, D. F._. 

Belgrade 

Adelaide. 

Ankara 


8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 


Heyward O. Hill.. 


First secretary 

Consul 


8,000 


Frederick W.Hinke. 


Tientsin 

Jerusalem 

Rome 

Habana 


8,000 






8,000 


John F. Huddles- 
ton. 
Morris N. Hughes. 


First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Cml. attache 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 


8,000 
8,000 


Benjamin M. 

Hulley. 
Charles A. Hutch- 


Helsinki 


8,000 
8,000 


inson. 

J. Winsorlves 

Perry N. Jester 

J. Wesley Jones.... 


Lisbon 

Department 

Rome 


8,000 
8,000 

8,000 






8,000 


Charles F. Knox, 

Jr. 
Foy D. Kohler 

Kenneth C. Krentz. 
George D. LaMont.. 


Cml. attache 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service of- 

M fleer. 


Caracas... 

Moscow... 

Hankow 

Sofia 


8,000 

.000 

8,000 
8,000 


Rufus H. Lane, Jr. 


Madrid 


8,000 


Henry P. Leverich. 


Department 

Antwerp- 

Nanking... 


8,000 
8,000 


Raymond P. Lud- 


First secretary and 


8,000 



116 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Cecil B. Lyon 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 


10, 1931 


$8,000 


John J. Macdonald- 


Consul general 


Bombay ' 


July 19,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 


14, 1930 


8,000 


Dale W. Maher.... 


First secretary 


Pretoria 


May 2,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 


19, 1926 


8,000 


Thomas J. Maleady. 


First secretary 

Consul 


Caracas 


tJune 21,1945 
Mar. 21, 1946 
Nov. 2,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 


16, 1930 
20, 1932 
24, 1928 


8.000 


Patrick Mallon 


Colombo 

Buenos Aires... 


8,000 


Edward S. Maney. 


First secretary and 


8,000 




consul. 














Robert Mills Mc- 


Foreign Service of- 


Department 


Aug. 4,1945 


Nov. 13.1946 


Feb. 


1,1932 


8,000 


Clintock. 


ficer. 














Walter P. McCon- 


First secretary and 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


Dec. 8, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 


13, 1931 


8,000 


aughy. 


consul. 














Walter H. McKin- 


Consul general 


Winnipeg 


{Apr. 28,1945 


Nov. 1.3,1946 


Nov 


1.1923 


8.000 


ney. 
Kdward D. Mc- 


Foreign Service of- 


Department 


Jan. 23.1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 


1.19.39 


8,000 


Laughlin. 


ficer. 














Harold B. Minor.. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


July 2.3,1943 


Nov. 1,3,1946 


Apr. 


18, 1929 


8,000 


Gerald A. Mokma. 


Consul 


Office of V. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man -■V flairs, 
Berlin. 


Aug. 22,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar 


24, 193C 


8,000 


John B. OcheUree. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


Dec. 9,1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Jan. 


30. 1931 


8,000 


Edward Page, Jr... 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Rome 


Mar. 13,1946 


Nov. 13.1946 


Dec. 


9,1929 


8,000 


Nelson R. Park ... 


Consul 


Barcelona 

Le Havre 


Nov. 14,1944 
Jan. 17,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 
June 


25. 1922 
27, 1924 


8, 000 


.Tames E. Parks.... 


Consul 


8,000 


Troy L. Perkins... 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Nanking 


July 18,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Jan. 


1.1932 


8,000 


Avery F. Peterson. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


London 


Mar. 17,1942 


Nov. 1.3, 1946 


July 


1.1939 


8.000 


Joseph P. Ragland. 


Consul.. _ 


Medellln 


May 27, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


8,000 


Charles S. Reed, 2d 


Consul. 


Saigon... 


Sept. 17, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 


12, 1928 


8,000 


Arthur R. Ringwalt. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


July 25,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


May 


21, 1928 


8,000 


Thomas H. Robin- 


Consul 


Tenerife 


Nov. 6,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 


16, 1922 


8,000 


son. 
James C. Sapping- 


First secretary and 


London 


Feb. 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 


16, 1945 


8,000 


ton, 3d. 


consul. 














Edwin Schoenrich. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Baghdad 


Dec. 5,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


8,000 


Albert W. Scott. _. 


Consul 

First secretary and 


Milan 


July 22,1946 
July 30,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13.1946 


May 
Oct. 


10, 1927 
1,1935 


8.000 


John S. Service 


Wellington 


8,000 




consul. 














William A. Smale.. 


Consul _ 


Mexicali 


Jan. 24,1946 


Nov. 13.1946 


Oct. 


13, 1923 


8,000 


Horace H. Smith.. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Apr. 26,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 


6,1928 


8,000 


Willard Quincy 


First secretary and 


Stockholm 


Apr. 24,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Mar. 


1, 1927 


8,000 


Stanton. 


consul. 














Henry E. Stebbins. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


London 


J Jan. 26, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


8,000 



' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TIIREE — Continued 



117 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Francis Bowden 
Stevens. 

Laurence W. Tay- 
lor. 

Sheldon Thomas... 

Tyler Thompson.. 

William C. Trim- 
ble. 

Edward G. True- 
blood. 

Oeorge P. Waller ' 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Department 

Department 

Reykjavik 

Department 

Department 

Department . 

Luxembourg 

Brussels 


May 26, 1945 

June 4,1946 

Mar. 13, 1946 

Dec. 9, 1946 

Aug. 24, 1942 

Jan. 28, 1946 

Sept. 9,1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Apr. 21. 1944 

tJuly 16, 1945 
tDec. 26, 1945 

Oct. 26,1945 

June 26, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1.3, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

June 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Apr. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

§June 


1, 1932 
28, 1931 
20, 1940 
31, 1931 

31. 1931 
^5,1928 

1, 1920 

29. 1932 

14, 1925 
21, 1932 

3,1930 

1,1945 


$8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 


Eric(\Wendelin.. 


Department 

PontaDelgada.. 
Hahaiia 

Department 

Praha 


8,000 
8,000 


Kobert F. Wood- 
ward. 
James H. Wright .. 

Charles W Yost 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 


8,000 
8,000 
8,000 








] 


FOREIGN SER\ 


ICE OFFICE 


RS OF CLASS FOUR 




. 


Samuel G. Ebling 
Howard F Withey 


Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 


Tehran 

Halifax 


Jan. 17,1946 

May 3i, 1944 
May 22, 1946 

Apr. 7, 1945 

Dec. 4, 1945 

Oct. 17, 1946 
Jan. 5, 1946 
July 17,1946 
Sept. 11,1946 
Oct. 10,1944 
Aug. 25, 1942 
June 6,1942 
Oct. 2, 1946 

Mar. 21, 1944 

Oct. 4, 1944 
July .5, 1946 
June 7,1945 
Feb. 20.1946 
May 1,3,1946 
Sept. 30, 1943 

Oct. 11,1945 


Nov. 1.3, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1.3. 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
.Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1,3, 1946 


Jan. 

Oct. 
Aug. 

Sept 

July 

Apr. 
July 
Oct. 
Apr. 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Oct. 
July 
Nov 
July 
Oct. 

Oct. 


15. 1924 

4, 1919 
23, 1919 

29, 1927 

9, 1920 

20. 1925 

1, 1939 

2, 1922 

12. 1923 
1, 1929 

14, 1930 
9, 1932 
7, 1929 

1, 1932 

18, 19.30 
8, 1935 
1, 1939 

19, 1929 
1, 1939 

13, 1923 

24. 1924 


$7,200 
7,200 


LeeR. Blohm ... 


Guatemala 


6,900 
6,900 


rison. 
Horatio Mooers _. 

J Hall Paxton 


Port-au-Prince . 

Tihwa 

Shanghai 

Durban 

Hull 


6, 9(K) 
6,900 


Harold D. Robison. 




6,900 






6,900 






6,900 


Robert S. Ward 


Consul.. 

Consul 


Tihwa... 


6,900 


R. Austin Aclv 


Capetown 

Ciudad Juarez.. 
Oslo 

Valencia... 

Antwerp. 


6,600 


Stephen E.Aguirre 


Consul 


6,600 


William K. Ailshie 


Second secretary and 
vice consul. 


6,600 
6,600 


son. 
Edward Anderson 


Consul 


6,600 




Consul 

Cml. attaehg 


6,600 


Barry T. Ben.snn .. 
Ralph J. Blake 


Managua 


6,600 
6,600 


Carl H. Boehringer. 
Ralph A. Boern- 

stein. 
Ellis A. Bonnet.... 


Asst.cml. attache... 
Consul 

Consul 


Nanking 

Vancouver 

Port-of-Spain.... 


6,600 
6,600 

6,600 



Resident in Brussels 



118 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Reginald Brago- 
nier, Jr. 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Panama 


Feb. 21,1946 

Dec. 23,1946 

Dec. 5,1946 
Nov. 27, 1945 
July 17,1946 

Sept. 13, 1944 

May 20, 1946 

Apr. 29,1946 

Jan. 22,1946 

tJan. 5, 1946 

Jan. 18,1946 

Apr. 13,1944 

May 31, 1945 

Dec. 27,1945 

Mar. 17, 1945 

Aug. 22, 194G 
Jan. 29,1946 
May 15, 1945 

Sept. 13, 1945 

Mar. 16, 1945 

Nov. 7,1946 

July 16,1942 

Mar. 20, 1945 

July 7, 1945 

July 14,1944 

Dec. 27,1946 
Mar. 6,1945 

Aug. 31, 1945 

Aug. 22,1946 

June 15,1944 

Apr. 27,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 25,1932 

July 1,1939 

Apr. 20,1925 
Oct. 31,1935 
Feb. 20,1932 

Nov. 6,1928 

July 1, 1939 

Sept. 3,1937 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 21,1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Oct. 20,1935 

May 13, 1930 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 15,1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 
July 1, 1939 
Nov, 30, 1935 

Feb. 1, 1929 

Oct. 19,1935 

July 28,1937 

Oct. 1, 1926 

July 8, 1930 

Dec. 17,1929 

Oct. 16,1935 

Jan. 20,1928 
Aug. 2,1937 

Oct. 16,1929 

Oct. 23,1935 

Feb. 3,1932 

Jan. 21,1932 


$6 600 


Hong Kong 

Paris 


6,600 


hart. 


Second secretary 


6,600 


Richard W. Byrd.. 

John Willard Car- 
rigan. 

Norris B. Chip- 
man. 

Carl E. Christo- 
pherson. 


Strasbourg 

SanJosfi 


6,600 


First secretary and 
vice consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service oflB- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


6,600 
6,600 


Department 

Jidda 


6,600 
6,600 


Bernard C. Con- 
nelly. 
Merritt N Cootes 


Department 

Moscow 


6,600 
6,600 


Earl T. Crain 

Glion Curtis Jr 


Santiago.. 

Madrid 


6,600 
6,600 


Sherburne Dilling- 
ham. 

Andrew E. Dono- 
van, 2d. 

Walter C. Dowl- 
ing. 

Howard Elting, Jr 


Department 

Guatemala 

Department 

Casablanca 


6,600 
6,600 
6,600 
6,600 


John A. Embry...- 
John K. Emmer- 

son. 
Robert English.... 

James Espy 

Herbert P. Fales... 

JohnB. Faust 

William E. Flour- 


Asst. cml. attache.. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Consul 


6,600 


Department 

Hamilton, On- 
tario. 
Department 

Department 

Tegucigalpa 

Naples 


6,600 
6,600 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Fust secretary and 
consul. 


6,600 
6,600 
6,600 
6,600 


noy, Jr. 
Frederic C.Fomes, 

Jr. 
Andrew B. Foster. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Department 

Department 

Barranquilla 

Department 

London 


6,600 
6,600 
6,600 


Edmund A. Gul- 

lion. 
Claude H Hall Jr 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 


6,600 
6,600 


Norris S. Haselton. 


Riode Janeiro... 

Guadalajara 

Stockholm 


6,600 
6,600 


son. 
L. Randolph Higgs- 


First secretary and 
consul. 


6,600 



CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL • 119 

CLASS FOUR — continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Thomas S. Horn_.. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Pow- 
ers, Tokyo. 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 1,1922 


$6,600 


Paul C. Hutton.... 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Guatemala 


Nov. 1,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 4,1930 


6,600 


FredW. Jandrey.. 
Robert Janz _ 


Ponsiil 


Naples 


Oct. 31, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


6,600 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 23, 1929 


6,600 


John D. Jernegan.. 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 10,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 13,1936 


6,600 


U. Alexis Johnson.- 


Consul 


Branch of U. S. 
Political Ad- 


Apr. 5, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 8, 1935 


6,600 












viser to Su- 














preme Com- 














mander for 














Allied Pow- 














ers, Yoko- 














hama. 










Qeorge Lewis 
Jones, Jr. 


Second secretary 


London 


July 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,600 


and consul. 












Frederick P. Lati- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 2, 1929 


6,600 


mer, Jr. 


cer. 












Perry Laukhuff.... 


Secretary 


Office of U. S. 


Jan. 8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 23,1937 


6,600 




Political Ad- 














viser on Ger- 














man Affairs. 














Berlin. 










Harrison Lewis 


Second secretary 


Bern 


tJuly 16,1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 7, 1930 


6,600 


E. AUan Lightner, 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Sept. 17, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


6,600 


Jr. 


cer. 












F. Ridgway Linea- 


Consul 


San Luis Potosi, 


June 29,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 15,1931 


6,600 


weaver. 






Andrew G. Lynch_ 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 1,1927 


6,600 


Douglas MacAr- 


cer. 
Second secretary and 


Paris _.. 


Oct. 2, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 16,1935 


6,600 


thur, 2d. 


consul. 












Edward P. MaflStt. 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Madrid 


Dec. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


6,600 


Elbert G.Mathews. 


Consul -. 


Calcutta... 

Beirut 


Feb. 1, 1946 
Oct. 28, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 18,1935 
July 31,1937 


6,600 


Gordon H. Matti- 


Second secretary and 


6,600 


son.' 


consul. 


Damascus 


Mar. 15, 1946 








Ernest deW. Mayer 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer .= 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


June 21,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 16,1932 


6,600 


Stewart E. McMil- 


Consul 


Winnipeg 


June 11,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Sept. 29, 1917 


6,600 


lin. 
Ralph MOler 


Second secretary and 


Cairo 


Nov. 19, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 4,1928 


6,600 




consul. 












Kathleen Moles- 


Second secretary and 


London... 


June 28,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,600 


worth. 


consul. 













' Resident in Beirut. 

2 Assigned also as consul at Baden-Baden, Germany. 



120 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Brewster H. Morris. 


Secretary 


Office of U. S. 


Dec. S, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1936 


$6,600 






Political Ad- 












viser- on Ger- 














man Affairs, 














Berlin. 










Robert Newbegin.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 10, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 13,1930 


6,600 


Carmel Offle 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Jan. 25,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 16, 1936 


6,600 


John Ordway 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Buenos Aires 


Nov. 14. 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 19,1935 


6,600 


Walter W. Ore- 


Consul 


Florence and San 


Oct. 28,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 19,1932 


6,600 


baugh. 




Marino. 










Elim O'Shaughn- 


Second secretary and 


Paris 


{May 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 6, 1937 


6,600 


essy. 


consul. 












John Peabody Pal- 


Consul 


Montreal 


Aug. 2!, 1946 


xXov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 21, 1931 


6,600 


mer. 
J. Graham Parsons. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Dec. 1, 1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 2, 1936 


6,600 


Marselis C. Par- 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 18. 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 15,1935 


6,600 


sons, Jr. 


cer. 












William L. Peck... 


Consul 


Brisbane. 


Oct. 14, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1922 


6,600 


JohnC. Pool 


Second secretary 


Dublin 


Dec. 2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 14,1930 


6,600 


Kennett F. Potter. 


Consul 


Bergen 


Feb. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 23,1927 


6,600 


O. Frederick Kciu- 


First secretary and 


Moscow 


tMar. 22. 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 23,1937 


6.600 


hardt. 


consul. 












George W. Hen- 


Second secretary and 


The Hague 


June 8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 23,1932 


6.600 


chard. 


consul. 












Paul J. Reveley.— 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 30.1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


6,600 


Edward E. Rice... 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 25, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 18, 1935 


6,600 


Arthiu- h. Rich- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 17,1930 


6,600 


ards. 


cer. 












John S. Richard- 


Consul 


Singapore 


June 2, 1946 


Nov. 1.3. 1946 


June 24, 1924 


6,600 


son, Jr. 














W. Garland Rich- 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Manila 


Jan. 13, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 16,1935 


6,600 


ardson. 






Livingston Sattcr- 


Civil air attache 


London 


tJuly 25,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 18,1932 


6.600 


thwaitc.' 




Dublin and 
The Hague. 


Aug. 15,1944 








George F. Scherer . 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Buenos Aires 


May 13.1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1935 


6, bO(J 


Wlnfield H. Scott. 


Consul-. 


Suva .- 


Dec. 19.1945 
Mar. 30. 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 5,1923 
July 1, 1939 


6,600 


Donald W. Smith. 


Cml. attache 


Stockholm 


6,600 


William P. Snow.. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


SanJosfe 


Feb. 5, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1935 


6,600 


Philip D. Sprouse. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Nanking 


JMay 1,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1938 


6,600 


JohnF. Stone 


Consul 


Rotterdam 


Oct. 6, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1931 


6,600 


Carl W. Strom 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 6,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 22,1935 


6,600 


Robert M. Taylor . 


cer. 
Second secretary 
and consul. 


Paris 


|Jan. 20. 1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Jan. 7. 1932 


6,600 











» Resident in London- 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 121 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 

• 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Charles W.Thayer. 
Ray L. Thurston.. 

Clare H. Timber- 
lake. 

Joseph I. Tou- 
chette. 

William Clarke 


Foreign Service oflB- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


Department 

Department 

Department 

Nairobi 


Aug. 9,1946 

Apr. 10,1945 

Feb. 26,1943 

June 6, 1945 

Feb. 1, 1943 

Dec. 11,1946 
Dec. 24.1946 

IDec. 17,1946 
{Jan. 10,1946 
Mar. 16, 1943 

July 13, 1944 

Sept. 25, 1944 

Nov. 12,1946 

Sept. 5,1946 

June 19,1946 
July 6, 1945 

Apr. 20,1945 

May 31, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 

Oct. 6,1941 

July 1,1942 

Dec. 16,1946 

Oct. 11,1943 
May 10,1946 

Mar. 13, 1946 

Mar. 30, 1943 
Aug. 22,1946 

July 22,1946 
July 10,1945 
Apr. 11,1946 
Oct. 15, 1946 


Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 
Nov 

Nov. 
xNov. 
Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
NOV. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 


July 8, 1937 

July 21,1937 

Jan. 8, 1931 

Jan. 15,1924 

Apr. 19.1926 

Sept. 9,1930 
Dec. 31,1930 

Nov. 11,1935 
July 1,1939 
Jan. 30,1932 

Jan. 11,19.32 

Oct. 24,1935 

July 20,1937 

Jan. 7, 1931 

July 1,1924 
Nov. 3,1923 

Dec. 12,1929 

Sept. 27, 1912 
Jan. 14,1931 

July 2, 1920 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 19,39 

Jan. 24, 1931 
Oct. 1, 19.35 

Jan. 1, 1932 

July 1, 1939 
July 28,1937 

§Nov. 25, 1944 
July 1, 1939 
July 16,1938 
Oct. 21,1935 


$6,600 
6,600 
6,600 
6, 600 




AguaPrieta 


6,600 


Vyse. 

Jay Walker... 

Oerald Warner 

T. Eliot Weil 




6,600 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Tokyo. 

New Delhi 

Sao Paulo 


6.60e 

6, 61X1 
6,600 




Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


6,600 


MiltonK. Wells .. 
Ivan B White 


Department 

Paris 


6,ti00 
6,600 


Evan M. Wilson.. . 
Kenneth J. Yearns. 
Whitney Young 


Tehran 

Department 

Auckland 

Lisbon 

On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Veracruz 

Athens 

Bradford 

Lisbon 

On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Rabat 

Ciudad Trujillo. 

Department 

Barcelona 

London.. 

Dhahran 

Windsor 

Porto Alegre 

Munich 


6,600 
6,600 
6,600 


Lawrence S. Arm- 
strong. 
William S. Farrell. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


6,300 
6,300 

6,300 


Daniel Oaudin, Jr. 
Joseph Q Qroen- 


Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 


6,300 
6,300 


inger. 
Elizabeth Humes.. 

C. Grant Isaacs.-.. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


6,300 
6, 300 

6,300 


Hector C. Adam, 

Jr. 
William C. Affeld, 

Jr. 
Fritz A. M. Alfsen 


First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


6,000 
6, 000 
6, 000 


W. Stratton, An- 
derson, Jr. 
Waldo E Bailey 


Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 


6.000 
6,000 


John L Bankhead 


Consul 


6,000 


William Belton.... 




6,000 


Russell W.Benton. 


Consul 


6,000 



122 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Maurice M. Bem- 


Second secretary 


Managua 


Feb. 12,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 30,1930 


$6,000 


baum. 


and consul. 












Roswell C. Bever- 


Second secretary 


Wellington 


Jan.. 3, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 17,1935 


6,000 


stock. 


and consul. 












M. Williams Blake. 


Second secretary 


Warsaw 


July 30,1940 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 1, 1935 


6,000 




and consul. 












Niles W. Bond 


Second secretary 


Madiid 


Sept. 22, 1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 22, 1939 


6,000 




and vice consul. 












William 0. Bos- 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Vienna 


tSept. 7,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 15, 1939 


6,000 


well. 












Howard A. Bow- 


Consul 


Gdansk 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 8, 1919 


6,000 


man. 
CarlBreuer 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 6,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 4,1932 


6,000 


Aaron S. Brown 


Second secretary 

Consul 


Bogota 


May 25, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 24,1937 


6,000 


Stephen C. Brown. 


Shanghai .-. 


Nov. 15, 1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


Dec. 12,1936 


6,000 


Qlen W. Bruner.._ 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Feb. 8,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 12,1937 


6,000 


Gordon L. Burke.- 


Consul 


Shanghai 


July 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 3, 1927 


6,000 


Charles R. Bur- 


Second secretary 


Buenos Aires.. . - 


Mar. 3,1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 21, 1939 


6,000 


rows. 


and vice consul. 












William F. Busser. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Mexico, D.F... 


June 6,1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 10,1935 


6,000 


Thomas S. Cam- 


Acting cml. attach^. 


Lima 


Apr. 16,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


pen. 












Robert P. Chalker. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


London 


Mar. 11, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 5, 1939 


6,000 














David M.Clark-.. 


Second secretary 


Buenos Aires 


May 2,1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


William E. Cole, 


Foreign Service offi- 


Office of U. S. 


Jan. 23,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 19,1937 


6,000 


Jr. 


cer. 


Political Ad- 
viser to the Su- 
preme Com- 
mander, Med- 
iterranean 
Theater, Ca- 
serta. 










Mulford A. Cole- 


Second secretary 


London 


tMar. 9,1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


6,000 


brook. 


and consul. 












Robert T. Cowan.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 29,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1938 


6,000 


Leon L. Cowles 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Oslo 


May 21, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 29,1938 


6,000 














Frederick J. Cun- 


Asst. cml. attach^... 


Stockhohn 


Apr. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


ningham. 














H. Francis Cun- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 19,1938 


6,000 


ningham, Jr. 


cer. 












Philip M. Daven- 
port. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Habana 


June 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 2, 1938 


0,000 












Harry M. Donald- 


Consul 


St. John, N. B.- 


IDec. 29,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1935 


6,000 


son. 
Edward A. Dow, 


Second secretary 


Ottawa -.. 


May 22, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


Jr. 


and consul. 












Overton G. Ellis, 


Consul 


Bilbao 


Sept. 20, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 16.1932 


6,000 


Jr. 









CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR Continued 



123 



Perry Ellis— 

Arthur B. Em- 
mons, 3d. 

Frederick E, 
Farnsworth. 

Nicholas Feld 

Douglas Flood 



^^•illiam N. Fra- 

leigh. 
Fulton Freeman. - 
Richard D. Gate- 
wood. 
Forrest K. Geer- 

ken. 
Jule L. Goetzmann- 
John Goodyear. 

John L. Goshie. 



Robert QrinnelL. 
Pauls. Guinn... 
Theodore J. Had- 

raba. 
Robert F. Hale. _ 



Parker T. Hart.,. 

Constance R. Har- 
vey. 

Richard H. Haw- 
kins, Jr. 

Walter W. Hoff- 
man. 

Theodore J., Hoheu- 
thal. 

Outerbridge Hor- 
sey. 

Phil H.Hubbard.. 

Richard S.Huestis. 

Douglas Jenkins, 
Jr. 

Hartwell Johnson.. 

Reginalds. Kazan- 
jian. 

EastonT.Kelsey.. 

Randolph A. Kid- 
der. 

Eldred D. Kup- 
pinger. 

Nathaniel Lan- 
caster, Jr. 

Walter J. Linthi- 
cum. 

Aubrey E.Lippin- 
cott. 

Odin G. Loren 

737422— 



Designation 



Consul 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary — 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 

and consul. 

Vice consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and vice consul. 

Consul 

Consul-. 

Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Foreign Service 

officer. 
Vice consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service 
officer. 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Foreign Service 

officer. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

ConsuL. 

9 



Post 



Guayaquil. 
Madrid 



Pretoria 

Mexico, D. F.. 



Department- 



Peiping 

New Delhi. 



Bilbao.. 
Tangier. 



Dakar. -- 
Istanbul. 
Bern 



Department - 
Department- 

Ziirich 

Department- 



Frankfort on 

the Main. 
Zagreb 



Department - 



Zurich 

Hamburg. 
Canberra- 



N i c e and 

Monaco. 
Warsaw 



Toronto 

Rio de Janeiro. 



London 

Bangkok 

Mexico, D. F. 

Jerusalem 

Maracaibo 



Date of as- 
signment 



{Dec. 4, 1915 
Sept. 10, 1946 



tJune 21,1945 
Aug. 1, 1946 

Dec. 6, 1946 

liVpr. 12,1946 
tDec. 17,1946 

tAug. 21,1944 

Dec. 18,1942 
Aug. 8, 1944 

IFeb. 10,1945 

tApr. 10,1946 
Mar. 21, 1944 
July 27,1945 

Aug. 1, 1946 

Aug. 13,1946 

Nov. 24, 1944 

May 30, 1945 

Jan. 21,1946 

Jan. 25,1946 

Sept. 19, 1944 

July 19,1941 
Jan. 24, 1946 
July 15,1944 

Dec. 29,1944 

June 26,1946 

JNov. 15, 1945 
Apr. 26,1946 

Aug. 17,1946 

Dec. 18,1945 

June 23,1943 

Oct. 30,1946 

Mar. 18, 1944 



Date of ap. 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 
on duty 
FSO 



Oct. 23,1935 
Mar. 25, 1939 



Mar. 13, 1939 
Jan. 24,1932 



Mar. 8,1939 
Oct. 18,1935 

Dec. 20,1937 

July 21,193 
Sept. 14,1938 

July 1, 1939 

July 29,1938 
July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 

Jan. 8, 1940 

July 26,1938 

Alay 29, : 

Mar. 18, : 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 9, 1932 

Apr. 26,1938 

May 19,1928 
Nov. 26, 1929 
Jan. 4, 1932 

Nov. 16, 1936 

Jan. 1, 1931 

§May 1, 1930 
Apr. 18,1938 

Aug. 12,1946 

Jan. 14,1931 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 13. 1928 



Salary 



$6, 000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

6.000 

6,000 

6,000 
6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 



124 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present rlass 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Roy M. Melbourne. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Bucharest 


Oct. 7, 1944 


Nov. 13, 194h 


.A.ug. 19,1937 


$6, 000 


John Fremont 


Second secretary 


Nanking 


Aug. 14,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 31,1937 


6,000 


Melby. 


and vice consul. 












Robert B. Mem- 


Second secretary 


Baghdad 


Nov. 27, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 16,1935 


6,000 


minger. 


and consul. 












George E. MOler.. 






Feb. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 




6,000 
6,000 
6,000 


Charles S. MUlet.. 


Consul 


St. John's, N. F. 


Dec. 24,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 9, 1935 








July 22,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 10, 1930 


nigerode. 










Reginald P. Mit- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


Mar. 1, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1,1932 


6,000 


chell. 


officer. 












Harold E. Mon- 


Second secretary 


Habana- 


Feb. 11,1944 


Nov. 13, 194f 


Jan. .3(1, 1932 


6, 000 


tamat. 


and consul. 












Bolard More 


Vice consul 


Zurich 


Mar. 3, 1941 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct 1 19.35 


6,000 
6,000 


William D. More- 


Consul 


Cork 


Jan. 14, 1946 


Nov. 13 1946 


Apr. 29,1930 


land, Jr. 
















Jan. 31,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 




6,000 
6,000 


Jack B. Neathery.- 


Second secretary 


Ciudad Trujillo- 


July 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 




and consul. 












Katherine E. 


Vice consul 


Johannesburg... 


June 4,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


O'Connor. 














Herbert V.01ds__. 


ConsuL. 


Rotterdam 


Mar. 5,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 20,1937 


6,000 


Joseph Palmer, 2d- 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Mar. 14, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 18, 1940 


6, 000 


Paul H Pearson 


Consul 


Bristol 


Jan. 28, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 
6,000 


Richard H. Post... 


Foreign Service 


Department 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Jan. 17,1940 




officer. 












Archibald R. Ran- 


Asst.cml. attache .. 


Helsinki 


Jan. 21, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


6,000 


dolph. 


















Peiping 

Quito 


Oct. 24,1946 
Jan. 16,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


June 10,1938 
Apr. 9, 1932 












and vice consul. 












M. Robert Ruther- 




Tientsin 


Dec. 23,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 12, 1939 


6,000 


ford. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 






Nov. 13, 1946 


















ElvinSeibert 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Wellington 


Mar. 19, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 26,1929 


6,000 


John C. Shillock, 






May 25, 1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 12, 1929 




Jr. 


and consul. 












Stanley G.Slavens. 


Consul 


Torreon 


Aug. 2J, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 21,1928 


6,000 


Jule B. Smith 






June 21,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 










Feb. 16,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 23,1937 






and consul. 












Francis L. Spald- 


Second secretary 


Stockholm 


July 24,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


Jan. 21,1932 


6,000 


ing. 


and consul. 












Robert C. Strong,. 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


June 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 21. 1939 


6,000 


OrrayTaft.Jr 


Consul 


Vancouver 


July 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 4,1932 


6,000 


Cyril L.F.Thiel... 


Consul 


Matamoros 


Nov. 14,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 4,1924 


6,000 


David A. Thomas- 


Second secretary 


London 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 20,1937 


6,000 


son. 


and vice consul. 












Charles 0. Thomp- 


Consul - 


Calcutta 


Sept. 10, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,000 


S. Roger Tyler, Jr. _ 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Moscow... 


tFeb. 25,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 1, 1936 


6,000 


Alfred T. Wellborn 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Helsinki-. 


Oct. 29,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 15,1939 


6,000 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 125 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Arthur R. Wil- 




Niagara Falls. - _ 
Buenos Aires... 
San Salvador.... 
Athens 


Dec. 27,1946 
tNov. 14, 1945 
tJan. 9, 1946 
JFeb. 25,1946 

Jan. 28,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 16, 1936 
Nov. 25, 1936 
Nov. 29, 1936 
July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 


$6, 000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 


liams. 
Philip P. Williams. 

Robert E. Wilson _ 

William Witmar., 


Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 


2d. 
William P. Wright. 


Canton 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE 



Charles A. Cooper 



Harvey T. Goodier. 



Willi: 



rnes. 



Roland K. Beyer... 

V. Lansing Col- 
lins, Jr. 

Adrian B. Col- 
quitt. 

Thomas J: Cory... 

Richard H.Davis-. 
Jay Dixon Edwards.. 



A. David Fritzlan. 



John C. Fuess 

B. Miles Ham- 
mond. 

Boies C.Hart, Jr.. 

Franklin Hawley. 

George D.Hender- 
son. 

Martin J. Hillen- 
brand. 

John P. Hoover.... 

John Evarts Hor- 
ner. 

Leslie W. Johnson. 



Foreign Service i 
cer. 



Coldwell S. Johns- 
ton. 
Francis C. Jordan.. 
William L. Krieg.. 
Donald W. Lamm. 



Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 



Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 



On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Fort William 
and Port Ar- 
thur. 

Lisbon 



Algiers.. 
Panama 



Department. 

Moscow 

Department. 



Asst.cml. attache... 
Vice consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 



{^onsul 

Second secretary. 
Vice consul 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 

Tangier 



Auckland. 
Rome 



Marseille. 

Cali 

Rome 



Caracas.. 
Sofia 

Lima 

Fortaleza. 

Tijuana.. 
Caracas.. 
Sydney... 



Sept. 1,1943 



Nov. 1, 1945 

May 3, 1945 
tNov. 14, 1945 

Dec. 4, 1944 

May 29. 1945 

Apr. 1, 1946 

Jan. 4. 1946 



Nov. 11, 1943 

{May 30, 1945 
Mar. 14, 1946 

tSept. 18, 1946 
Dec. 23, 1946 
Oct. 16,1946 

{Apr. 11,1946 

July 28,1942 
Jan. 25, 1946 

Nov. 14, 1945 

July 23,1945 

Nov. 2,1945 
tDec. 29,1945 
June 21,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1940 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 8,1915 

July 26,1937 

Aug. 11,1939 
Apr. 5, 1939 

Jan. 3, 1940 

Jan. 19,1940 

May 1, 193 

Aug. 1, 193 



Aug. 14,1938 

Mar. 18, 1939 
July 1, 

Mar. 21, 1939 
July 21,1938 
Aug. 6, 1939 

Mar. 27, 

July 1, 
Apr. 19,1938 

Nov. 16, 1936 

July 1, 1939 

July 7, 1937 
May 17.1938 
July 1, 1939 



5,500 
5,500 

5,500 

5,500 

5,500 

5,500 



5,500 
5,500 

5,500 
5,500 
5,500 



5,500 
5,500 

5,500 

5,500 

5, 500 
5,500 
5,500 



126 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 


Date of entry 
on duty as 


Salary 








present class 


FSO 




G. "Wallace La Rue. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 


May 8,1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 


19, 1937 


$5, 500 


Frederick J. Mann. 


Consul 


Stuttgart 

Sydney 


tApr. 11,1946 
Sept. 2,1943 
Nov. 1,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Jan. 


19, 1940 
1, 1939 


5,500 
5,500 
5,500 


Delano McKelvey. 


Vice consul 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 


Minedee McLean.. 


Second secretary 


Mexico, D. F... 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 




and vice consul. 
















Carl F. Norden.... 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Habana 


July 10,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


3, 1938 


5,500 


Julian L. Nugent, 


Second secretary 


Santiago 


Feb. 10,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Jan. 


24, 1940 


5,500 


Jr. 


and vice consul. 
















R. Kenneth Oak- 


Second secretary 


Buenos Aires.-. 


Apr. 4, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


14, 1939 


5,500 


ley. 


and vice consul. 
















Paul Paddock 


Second secretary 


Kabul-. 


Oct. 15, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


9, 1937 


5,500 




and vice consul. 
















Milton C. Rewinkel- 


Vice consul 


Sofia 


tJuly 27,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


July 
Aug. 


21, 1937 


5, .'500 
5,500 


J. Kittredge Vin- 


Consul 


Office of U. S. 


Aug. 21, 1946 


Nov. 


19, 1939 


son. 




Political Ad- 












viser on Ger- 


















man Aflairs, 


















Berlin. 














George Lybrook 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department—.. 


July 24,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


19, 1938 


5,500 


West, Jr. 


cer. 
















Charles H. Whlt- 


Second secretary 


Montevideo 


June 21,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Jan. 


25, 1940 


5,500 


aker. 


and vice consul. 
















Charles W. Adair, 

Jr. 
H. Gardner Ains- 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Second secretary 


Department 


July 25,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


5,300 


Rome 


{Feb. 10,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


15,-1940 


5,300 


worth. 


and vice consul. 
















Donald B. Calder . 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


London 


June 2, 1941 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 


11,1940 


5,300 


Leonard J. Cromie. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Athens 


Oct. 21,1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


23, 1940 


5,300 








C. Vaughan Fergu- 


Second secretary 


Bucharest 


tJuly 11,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


5,300 


son, Jr. 


and vice consul. 
















Robert S. Folsom.. 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Budapest 


JJuly 11,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


11, 1941 


5,300 


Paul E. Geier 


Second secretary 


Vienna 


JSept. 7,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 


19, 1941 


5,300 




and vice consul. 
















Lewis E. Gleeck, 


Second secretary 


Oslo 


Aug. 12,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


20, 1940 


5,300 


Jr. 


and vice consul. 
















Richard E. Gnade. 


Second secretary.... 


Ankara 


{July 11,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


23, 1940 


5,300 


Richard A. John- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Apr. 24,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 23, 1940 


5,300 


son. 


cer. 
















M. Gordon Knox.. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Second secretary 


Department 


June 26,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 10, 1940 


5,300 


Alfred H. LoveU, 


Paris 


June 26,1940 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 


4, 1940 


5,300 


Jr. 


and vice consul. 
















David H. McKil- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Hamburg 


Oct. 16,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


12, 1941 


5,300 


lop. 


cer. 
















John M. McSwee- 


Second secretary 


Moscow 


July 30,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


23,1940 


5,300 


ney. 


and vice consul. 
















Henry T.Smith... 


Second secretary 


New Delhi 


Dec. 17,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


23, 1940 


5,300 


William L. Smy- 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Praha 


June 20,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


5, 300 


ser. 






John L. Topping... 


Second secretary 
and vice consul. 


Montevideo 


May 20, 194.3 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


19, 1940 


5,300 


JohnW. Tuthill... 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Department 


Oct. 2, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


7, 1940 


5,300 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — Continued 



127 



William W. Wal- 
ker. 

Meredith Weath- 
erby. 



Fraser Wilkins. 



Hungerford B. 
Howard. 

Stewart G. Ander- 
son. 

Philip H. Bagby.. 

Walter W. Birge, 
Jr. 

Byron E.Blankin- 
ship. 

V. Harwood Block- 
er. 

William L. Blue--. 

George F. Bogar- 
dus. 

Robert M. Brandin 



Gray Bream 

Findley Burns, Jr. 
John H. Burns 



Keimeth A. Byrns 
John A. Calhoun.. 



Don V. Catlett 

Robert J. Cavan- 
augh. 

William H. Chris- 
tensen. 

Ralph N. Clough.. 

William A. Craw- 
ford. 

Juan de Zengotita. 

Thomas P. Dillon. 
Irven M. Eitreim.. 

Clifton P. English. 

Thomas S. Estes.__ 
Keeler Faus 



Designation 



Foreign Service i 

cer. 
Consul... 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Vice consul 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 



Third secretary. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Department 

Branch of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Yokohama. 

Department 



Shanghai 

Montevideo 

Department 

Praha 



Madrid 

Nuevo Laredo. 
Naples 



Vice consul. 
Consul 



Consul. 



Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 



Department 

Copenhagen 

Warsaw 

Rio de Janeuo.. 

Port Elizabeth.. 

Office of U. S. 
Pohtical Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Leopold ville 

St. John's, N. F. 



Date of as- 
sigmnent 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 



Dec. 20, 1945 Nov. 13, 1946 
May 29, 1946 Nov. 13, 1946 



Marseille- 



Peiping. 
Moscow. 



Mexico, D. F. 



Warsaw. 
London. 



Department- 



Quebec. 
Paris 



Aug. 23, 1946 

Aug. 27, 1945 

Dec. 3, 1941 

Nov. 1,1945 

June 29, 1945 

Apr. 22,1944 

Aug. 27,1946 

Mar. 23, 1944 
Oct. 23,1945 

Apr. 2, 1945 

May 5, 1945 

Dec. 5, 1946 

Sept. 6,1944 

May 20, 1943 
June 20,1946 



Feb. 23,1945 
JNov. 15, 1945 



Oct. 29,1946 



Mar. 29, 1946 
Feb. 1, 1945 



July 30,1946 



Feb. 2, 1945 
Sept. 28, 1944 



May 10, 1944 



Oct. 31, 1946 
Oct. 9, 1944 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 19461 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



July 16,1941 
§Dec. 15, 1945 



Aug. 1, 1940 

July 1, 

Sept. 14, 1940 

Mar. 20, 1941 

July 16,1941 

June 1, 1942 

Mar. 10, 1945 

July 16,1941 
Sept. 3,1941 

Oct. 30,1942 

Sept. 1,1941 

May 21, 1942 

July 16,1941 

July 16,1941 
July 16,1941 



Salary 



Apr. 

Sept. 



Apr. 
Apr. 



14, 1941 
1, 1941 



21, 1941 
11,194 



Apr.. 8,1941 



Apr. 

Sept. 



7, 1941 
14, 1940 



Mar. 1,1942 



Dec. 
Jan. 



4. 1942 

1. 1943 



$5, 300 
5,300 



5,300 

5,100 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 
4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 
4,700 



4,700 
4,700 



4,700 
4.700 



4,700 
4,700 



4,700 
4,700 



128 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Edward L. Freers- 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Moscow.. 


Oct. 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


$4, 700 


James M. Gil- 


Third secretary 


Canberra 


Oct. 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


4,700 


christ, Jr. 














O. McMurtrie 


Third secretary and 


Brussels 


Jan. 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 12,1941 


4,700 


Godley, 2d. 


vice consul. 












Hartley P. Gordon _ 
Caspar D. Green.. 


Consul 


Patras 


June 15,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 2, 1940 


4,700 


Third secretary and 


Helsinki 


tAug. 28, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 12,1941 


4,700 




vice consul. 












AldenM. Haupt__ 


Vice consul .-. 


Amsterdam 


Aug. 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


4,700 


Roger L. Heaeock. 


Vice consul 


Genoa 


Jan. 24,1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Apr. 30,1938 


4,700 


David H. Henry, 


Third secretary and 


Moscow 


Dec. 26,1945 


Nov. 1.3, 1946 


Apr. 7, 1941 


4,700 


2d. 


vice consul. 












Oscar C. Holder 


Third secretary and 


Moscow 


July 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 10,1941 


4,700 




vice consul. 












Frederick D. Hunt. 


Vice consul 


Martinique 


Nov. 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


4,700 


J. Jefferson Jones, 

3d. 
Sidney K. Lafoon.. 


Vice consul 1 


Bombay 


Jan. 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 29,1941 


4,700 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Aug. 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 1,1942 


4,700 


David LeBreton, 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Dec. 19,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 10,1941 


4,700 


Jr. 


cer. 












James C. Loben- 


Third secretary and 


Lima 


Feb. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 16, 1942 


4,700 


stine. 


vice consul. 












Scott Lyon 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Mexico, D.F... 


Sept. 10, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 5,1940 


4,700 


Wilfred V. Mac- 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Manili 


July 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 16, 1941 


4,700 


Donald. 










Edwin \V. Martin. 


Vice consul 


Peiping 


July 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


4,700 


Robert H. Me- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Jan. 21,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


4,700 


Bride. 


cer. 












W. Paul O'Neill, 


Vice consul 


Stuttgart. 


Aug. 23, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 16,1941 


4,700 


Jr. 
Albert E. Pap- 


Third secretary and 


Mexico, D. F... 


Mar. 5,1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 18,1942 


4,700 


pano. 


vice consul. 












Richard A. Poole.. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Aug. 26,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 10,1941 


4,700 


LeeD. Randall.... 


Vice consul 


Aden 


Oct. 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 6,1940 


4,700 


Hatry Clinton 


Third secretary and 


Santiago 


Mar. 28, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 16,1942 


4,700 


Reed. 


vice consul. 












Stuart W. Rock- 


Third secretary 


Ankara 


Jan. 28, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1941 


4,700 


well. 
Claude G. Ross 


Thirt secretary and 
vice consul. 


Athens 


Nov. 23, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 12,1940 


4,700 














Robert Rossow, Jr 


Third secretary and 


Tehran 


Nov. 14, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 23,1940 


4,700 




vice consul. 












Lubert 0. Sander- 


Vice consul 


St. John's, N. F. 


Sept. 24, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 15,1941 


4,700 


hofl. 














Terry B. Sanders, 
Jr. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Ottawa 


Oct. 29, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 16,1942 


4.700 












William Langdon 
Sands. 


Third secretary and 
1 vice consul. 


Beirut. 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 1,1942 


4,700 












'Assigned also to 


Portuguese possession 


s in India. 











CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — Continued 



129 



Designation 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Salary 



W.HortonSchoell- 

kopf, Jr. 
Harold ShuUaw.... 
Ernest V. Siracusa. 

Bromley K. Smith. 

Merlin E. Smith. _. 

Byron B. Snyder. 

Joseph S. Sparks... 
James P. Speer, 2d. 
^^■ alter J. Stoessel, 

Jr. 
Wallace W. Stuart. 

F. Lester Sutton... 
Joseph J. Wagner.. 

FredE. Waller.... 

Temple Wana- 
maker, Jr. 

Andrew B. Ward- 
law. 

Livingston D . 
Watrous. 

Byron White 



Vice consul. 



Thud secretary 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Pretoria 

Guatemala. 



Department- 
La Paz 

Rome. 



Karachi 

Peiping 

Department. 

Nanking 



Tabriz. 
Lisbon. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Milan 

Ciudad Trujillo. 



Bilbao 

Buenos .\ires 

Montreal 



Mar. 27, 1946 

July 6, 1944 
June 19.1946 

Oct. 21,1946 

Feb. 21,1946 

Oct. 11,1914 

Mar. 21, 1944 
July 15,1946 
Mar. 15, 1946 

July 12,1946 

Oct. 17,1946 
Jan. 29.1946 

May 14, 1946 
July 9, 1946 

July 17,1946 

Jan. 29,1946 

June 10,1944 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Sept. 14, 1940 

Mar. 20, 1941 
July 16,1941 

Sept. 10, 1940 

Apr. 16,1943 

May 6, 1940 

June 5, 1942 
July 16,1941 
Mar. 14, 1942 

June 6, 1940 

July 16,1941 
May 10,1940 

Dec. 16,1940 
Apr. 14,1941 

July 28,1940 

Sept. 25, 1940 

June 11,1941 



4,700 
4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 
4,700 
4,700 



4,700 
4,700 

4,700 
4,700 

4,700 

4,700 

4,700 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX 







Porto Alegre 

Budapest 


July 25,1946 
Aug. 22, 1946 


Nov 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Mar. 11, 1946 
May 21, 1942 


$4,400 


Alvin M. Bentley. 


Third secretary and 


4,400 




vice consul. 














W. Wendell 


Vice consul 


Office of U. S. 


tJune 17,1946 


Nov. 


13,. 1946 


June 17,1946 


4.400 


Blancke. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










< 


Stuart Blow 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


Nov. 23, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 23, 1946 


4.400 


Thomas D. Bowie. 


Vice consul 


Marseille 


tDec. 29,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1945 


4,400 


Katherine W. 


Vice consul 


Salonika 


tAug. 12,1946 


Nov 


13,1946 


Aug. 12,1946 


4,400 


Bracken. 
















Maurice J. Bioder- 


Third secretary and 


Lima 


IDec. 7, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 


4, 400 


ick. 


vice consul. 














William C. Bur- 


Vice consul 


Basra 


Jan. 25,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 1,1942 


4,400 


dett, Jr. 
















James M. Byrne 


Third secretary 


Bern 


Sept. 9, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Aug. 14, 1946 


4,400 


George Carnahan 


Vice consul 


Antwerp 


June 20, 1945 


•Nov 


13, 1946 


June 15, 1942 


4,400 


Charles C. Carson. 


Vice consul 


Vancouver 


July 17,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 1, 1946 


4,400 


Keld Christensen.. 


Vice consul 


Halifax . 


tJune 3, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


June 3, 1946 


4,400 


JohnH. Clagett... 


Third secretary and 


Oslo 


Sept. 30, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1946 


4,400 




vice consul. 














Edward W. Clark. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Panama 


June 26, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Mar. 15, 1946 


4,400 



130 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
sigiunent 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of en try 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Francis Henry 


Third secretary and 


Paris 


Aug. 22,1940 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 


$4,400 


Colombat. 


vice consul. 














A. John Cope, Jr.. 


Third secretary and 


Habana 


Aug. 28,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 16,1944 


4,400 




vice consul. 














Forrest N. Daggett. 


Vice consul 


Sydney 


Oct. 18,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


June 1, 1942 


4,400 


Thomas J. Duf- 


Vice consul 


Rotterdam 


Oct. 22.1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 10, 1946 


4,400 


fleld, Jr. 
















Donald A. Du- 


Vice consul 


Tunis 


July 30, 194fi 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1945 


4,400 


mont. 
















Hubert F. Ferrell. 


Vice consul 


Hankow 


tJuly 15,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 15,1946 


4,400 


Russell H. Fifield.. 


Vice consul 


Hankow 


Jan. 24,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 


4,400 


John F. Fitzgerald. 


Vice consul 


Bilbao 


tNov. 26,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 


4,400 


William J. Ford-_. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


London 


JDec. 29,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1945 


4,400 


Douglas N. For- 


Foreien Service of- 


Department 


June 11,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1940 


June 10,1942 


4,400 


mal!, Jr. 


ficer. 














Michael R. Gan- 


Third secretary and 


Vierma 


tSept. 24. 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 24,1942 


4,400 


nett. 


vice consul. 














William C. George. 


Vice consul 


Ponta Delgada.. 
Bangkok 


Oct. 30, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


June 1, 1945 


4,400 


Robert J. Gibbons. 


Third secretary and 


tJune 3,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


June 3, 1946 


4,400 




vice consul. 














Charles C. Gidncy, 


Third secretary and 


Lima 


Mar. 7,1942 


Nov. 


13, 194_6 


July 16, 1945 


4,400 


Jr. 


vice consul. 














Charles Gilbert.-.. 


Vice consul 


Rotterdam. 


Aug. 9,1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 16, 1945 


4,400 


Joseph N. Greene, 


Foreign Service of- 


Rome 


May 30, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 22, 1942 


4,400 


Jr. 


ficer. 














J. Brock Havron... 


Vice consul 


Geneva 

Monterrey 


Apr. 12,1945 
Dec. 11,1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Jan. 11,1944 
Apr. 11,1942 


4,400 


Douglas Hender- 


Vice consul 


4,400 


son. 
J. William Henry.. 


Vice consul 


Mombasa 


June 6, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 16,1944 


4,400 


Charles E.Hulick, 


Foreign Service of- 


Bucharest 


Oct. 7, 1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Feb. 16,1944 


4,400 


Jr. 


ficer. 














Ben D. Kimpel 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Vienna 


Aug. 20, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 29,1946 


4,400 


Jerome R. Lavallee. 


Vice consul 

Vice consul. . 


Tunis - 


July 19,1946 
Nov. 19, 1945 


Nov. 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


July 15,1946 
Mar. 16, 1942 


4,400 


Armistead M. Lee. 


Melbourne 


4,400 


George T. Lister... 


Third secretary and 


Warsaw 


Feb. 25, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1945 


4,400 




vice consul. 














Weldon Litsey.... 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Montevideo 


Dec. 23,1946 


Nov 


13, 194S 


Dec. 3, 1945 


4,400 


Rupert A. Lloyd.. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Monrovia 


tDec. 29,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31,1945 


4,400 


LaRue R. Lutkins. 


Vice consul 


Peiping 


Oct. 8, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Mar. 14,1942 


4.400 


Oliver M. Marcy.. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Athens 


Nov. 2.5, 1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Sept. 16, 1942 


4,400 


Cleveland B. Mc- 


Third secretary 


New Delhi 


Dec. 3, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


July 29,1946 


4,400 


Knight. 
















Lee E. Metcalf 


Vice consul.., 


Bucharest 


JMar. 11, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 11,1946 


4,400 


Daniel W. Monte- 


Vice consul 


OflJce of U. S. 
Political Ad- 


tAug. 12,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Aug. 12,1946 


4,400 


negro. 










viser on Ger- 
















man Affairs, 
















Berlin. 












James L. O'SuUi- 


Vice consul 


Hanoi 


July 30,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Mar. 19, 1942 


4,400 


van. 

















CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



131 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


|Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on dutv as 
FSO 


Salary 


Douglas W. Over- 
ton. 




Branch of U. S. 




29, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 




$4, 400 




Political Ad- 














viser to Su- 


















preme Com- 


















mander for 


















Allied Powers, 


















Yokohama. 














Henry L. Pitts, Jr_ 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Panama 


Oct. 


15, 1943 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 25, 1942 


4,400 








July 


29, 1946 


Nov. 














July 


19, 1946 


Nov. 






4,400 


nus, Jr. 




















Guayaquil 


Dec. 




Nov 


13, 1946 






berg. 




















INov 


28, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 




4,400 




vice consul. 






















Dec. 


29, 1945 


Nov. 








ice. 










Nov. 








Albert W. Sherer, 


Third secretary and 


Tangier 


July 


18, 1946 


Nov 


13 1946 


June 10 1946 


4 400 


Jr. 


vice consul. 
















Harold Sims 


Consul 


T/iianda 


tMay ^0. 194.') 


Nov 


13 1946 


Mar 16 1945 


4 400 


J. Ramon Solana.. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


San Jose 


tDec. 


16, 1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 16,1944 


4, 400 


Leslie Albion 


Third secretary and 


San Salvador. _.. 


June 


21, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 20, 1942 


4,400 


Squires. 


vice consul. 
















John L. Stegmaier. 


Vice consul 


Shanghai 


Aug. 


21, 1946 


Nov. 


13. 1946 


July 28. 1946 


4,400 


Norman C. Stines, 

Jr. 
Albert W. Stoflel 


Third secretary 


Guatemala 


tNov. 


30, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 


4,400 


Vice consul 


Saigon 


Aug. 


21, 1946 


Nov. 


13 1946 


July 30,1946 
Mar. 26, 1942 


4,400 


Richard E. Usher. 


Vice consul 


Rangoon. _. 


Feb. 


6, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


4,400 


Sheldon B. Vance. 


Vice consul 


Nice and Mon- 


Mar 


21, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 31, 1945 


4,400 


Hendrik Van Oss.. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


aco. 
Depai-tment 


Dec. 


29, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Feb. 24,1946 


4,400 


Harvey R. Well- 


Third secretary and 




Dec 


29, 1945 




13, 1946 


Dee. 31,1945 


4,400 


man. 


vice consul. 
















Alfred W.Wells... 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


Mar. 


8, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Mar. 11,1946 


4,400 


Robert E. Whed- 


Third secretary and 


Madrid 


tNov. 


4, 1946 


Nov. 


13, )94S 


Nov. 3,1946 


4,400 


bee. 


vice consul. 
















William A. W^ie- 


Third secretary and 


Bogota 


Dec. 


23, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 3, 1946 


4,400 


land. 


vice consul. 
















William L. S. Wil- 






Mar. 


26, 1946 


Nov. 




Aug. 16, 1942 




liams. 




















Paris 


tMar. 


8, 1946 


Nov. 










vice consul. 
















Robert M. Berry. 


Vice consul 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 






Dec. 


4, 1946 




4,400 














viser on Ger- 


















man .\ffairs, 


















Berlin. 














Gardner C. Car- 










Dec. 






4,400 


penter. 


fleer. 
















William P. Hud- 






Mar. 




Dec. 






4,400 


son. 
Thomas D. Kmgs- 










Dec 


4, 1946 




4,400 


ley. 
Randolph Roberts- 


Vice consul 


Jerusalem 




Dec. 


4, 1946 




4,400 



132 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Robert W. Weise, 
Jr. 

Frederic S. Arm- 
strong, Jr. 

Oscar V. Arm- 
strong. 

Harry H. Bell 

Howard Brandon. 
Clarence T. Breau-x. 

Herbert D. Brew- 
ster. 

William L. Brew- 
ster. 

William T. Briggs. 

Lora C. Bryning... 
John X. Carrier ... 

Wilbm- P. Chase... 
Carroll E. Cobb... 

David P. Coffin... 
Robert F.Corrigan. 

Alexander J. Davit. 

Richard C. Des- 
mond. 
Dwight Dickinson. 

Donald P. Downs.. 

Paul F. Du Vivier. 

Cornelius J. Dwyer. 

David I. Ferber... 


Vice consul 


Valencia 

Hamburg 


Feb. 1, 1946 

tJuly 15,1946 

July 18,1946 

Apr. 23,1946 

Aug. 22, 1946 
Sept. 27, 1946 

July 24,1946 

tOct. 7, 1946 

July 29,1946 

Aug. 22, 1946 
Aug. 20, 1946 

tJuly 15,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 

Dec. 29,1945 
Aug. 22, 1946 

July 19,1946 

Dec. 3, 1940 

Jan. 19,1946 

tAug. 12,1946 

May 1,1946 

Sept. 11, 1946 

tDec. 29,1945 

Oct. 31,1946 

Aug. 20,1946 

Dec. 29,1945 

Aug. 21, 1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 

Oct. 30,1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 


Dec. 4, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 




$4,400 


July 15,1946 

Jmie 17,1946 

Dec. 31,1945 

Jan. 4, 1943 
Aug. 26, 1946 

Dec. 3, 1945 

Oct. 7, 1946 

July 15,1946 

Dec. 31,1945 
July 28,1946 

July 15,1946 
Aug. 13, 1946 

Dec. 31,1945 
Dec. 3,1945 

July 1,1946 

Aug. 9,1946 

Jan. 22,1946 

Aug. 12,1946 

July 16,1941 

July 30,1946 

Dec. 31,1945 

Sept. 25, 1946 

July 25,1916 

Dec. 31,1945 

July 31,1946 
Sept. 22, 1946 

Dee. 3,1945 

Aug. 28,1946 

Oct. 27,1946 


4,300 




4,300 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Paris 

Algiers 

Buenos Aires — 


4,300 
4,300 


Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 


4,300 
4,300 


Mexico, D. F... 
Quito 


4,300 
4,300 


Antwerp 

Paris 


4,300 
4,300 


Basra 


4,300 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul.. ..- 

Vice consul 


SanJosfe 

Shanghai .. -.. 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Damascus 

Paris 


4,300 

4,300 
4,300 


Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 


4,300 
4,300 


Mexico, D. F... 
Belgrade 


4, .300 
4,300 
4,300 




4,300 


Madrid . 


4,300 


Jidda 


4,300 


bos. 
Arthur L. Gamson. 

Marshall Green.... 

John C. Harley.... 


Buenos Aires 

Wellington 

Guayaquil 

Vienna, 


4, 300 
4,300 
4,300 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


4,300 


Herz. 


Hong Kong 

Peiping 


4,300 


man. 
Alfred Le S Jen- 




4,300 


kins. 
Alexander C. John- 
poll. 






4,300 









CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



133 



John M. Kava- 

naugh. 
Donald S. King... 
Spencer M. King. 

Stephen A. Koczak. 



William K. Leon- 
hart. 
Edward V. Lind- 

berg. 
LeRoy Makepeace. 
James V. Martin, 

Jr. 
James G. McCar- 

gar. 
William A. Mc- 

Fadden. 
Vincent T. Me- 

Kenna. 
Charles P. Mc- 

Vicker, Jr. 
Francis E. Meloy, 

Jr. 
Joseph J. Montllor. 
James O. Morgan.. 

David O. Nes 

Helen R. NicholL. 
Andrew E. Olson.. 



Claiborne Pell. 



William Walter 

Phelps, Jr. 
James W. Pratt.... 

Edward P. Prince- 
Edwin C. Kendall. 
John Q. Riddick... 

John F. Root. 

Herbert F. N. 

Schmitt. 
Richard Sears, Jr.. 

Forrest Shivers 

John N. Smith 



Clyde W. Snider. 



Thomas B. Stauf- 
fer. 



Designation 



Vice consul. 



Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Vice consul. 
Vice consul- 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Vice consul 

Vice consul... _ 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul. 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service oflB- 

cer. 



Post 



Bordeaux. 
La Paz 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Belgrade 

Sao Paulo 



Barcelona- 
Bombay. - 



Budapest. 

Rome 

Panama.. 

Manila 

Dhahran.. 



Lyon 

Naples... 
Glasgow - 
Calcutta. 
Vienna.-- 



Praha.. 

Hahana 

Buenos Aires. 
Budapest 



Hanoi 

Johannesburg. 

Sao Paulo 

Toronto 



Paris. 



Singapore 

Me.xico, D. F. 



Madrid. 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 



Date of as- 
signment 



lAug. 12,1946 



tJuly 15,1946 
Feb. 8, 1946 



Mar. 11, 1946 

Dec. 23,1946 

Nov. 29, 1945 
Mar. 11,1946 

Mar. 19, 1946 

Oct. 31,1946 

Oct. 22,1946 

Nov. 4,1946 

July 18,1946 

Sept. 9,1946 
July 19,1946 
June 26,1946 
June 26,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

July 19,1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 

Sept. 10, 1946 

Aug. 21,1946 

Oct. 30,1946 
July 19,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Sept. 11, 1946 

July 19, 1946 

July 19,1946 
Dec. 3, 1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Oct. 18,1946 



Date of ap 
pointment to 

present class 



Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 

Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 

13, 1946 

1.3, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



July 15,1946 
Feb. 19,1946 



Oct. 30,1946 



Mar. 11, 1946 

Oct. 31,1946 

Dee. 3, 1945 
Mar. 11,1946 

May 25, 1942 

Sept. 28, 1946 

Sept. 10, 1946 

Nov. 3,1946 

June 17, 1946 

Feb. 27, 1946 
June 25,1946 
May 31, 1946 
June 6, 1946 
Aug. 23,1946 

June 19,1946 

Aug. 14,1946 

Aug. 15,1946 

July 25,1946 

Mar. 11, 1946 
July 15,1946 
Aug. 14,1946 
Sept. 20, 1941 



Salary 



July 



,1946 



June 26,1946 
Sept. 21, 1946 



Aug. 22,1946 
Oct. 15,1946 



4,300 
4,300 



4,300 



4,300 

4,300 

4,300 
4,300 

4,300 

4,300 

4,300 

4,300 

4,300 

4,300 
4,300 
4,300 
4,300 
4, .300 



4, 300 

4, 300 

4,300 

4, 300 
4, 300 
4,300 
4, .300 

4,300 

4,300 
4,300 

4,300 

4,300 



134 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS 



1, 1947 

SIX — continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on dutv as 

FSO 


Salary 


Robert W. Stookey. 


Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 




Nov. 1,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 


Nov 
Nov 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Sept. 14, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 


$4,300 
4,300 


DeWltt L. Stora... 
J. Charles Thomp- 


Montevideo 


son. 
Malcolm Toon 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Warsaw 


July 30,1946 

tMar. 8,1946 
July 30,1946 
tDec. 29,1945 

tJuly 29,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 3,1946 
Dec. 4,1946 


Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 


13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
4, 1946 

4, 1946 

13, 1940 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 


Apr. 11,1946 

Mar. 11, 1946 
Dec. 31,1945 
Dec. 31,1945 

July 29,1946 
Aug. 19,1946 

Oct. 31,1946 


4,300 

4,300 
4,300 
4 300 




Singapore 

Mopoldville.... 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Barcelona. 


George M.Widney. 
Louis A. Wiesner._ 


Vice consul 

Vice consul 


Harris H. Williams 


Vice consul 


4,300 
4,300 


Jackson W.Wilson. 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


SamL. Yates, Jr__ 


Tientsin 

Department 


4,300 
4,300 


James H. McFar- 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Tliird secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice conisul. 


land, Jr. 
G.Alonzo Stanford. 




Quentin R. Bates . 

Williams Real 

Donald C. Bergus. 


Ottawa 

Montevideo 

Beirut 


Dec. 3,1946 

July 26,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

June 17,1946 

Oct. 22,1946 

Sept. 9,1946 

July 18,1946 

Oct. 24,1946 

Dec. 5,1946 
tNov. 4,1946 

Oct. 31,1946 

Oct. 22,1946 

Aug. 20,1946 

Feb. 25,1946 


Aug. 16,1946 
July 13,1946 
Dec. 31,1945 
Feb. 6, 1946 
Sept. 11,1946 
Aug. 7,1946 
June 16,1946 


3,900 
3,900 
3,900 


Robert E. Cashin.. 
Bruce R. Crooks... 
JohnB. Crume.-.. 


Damascus 

Kabul 


3,900 
3,900 
3,900 
3,900 
3,900 


William Norris 

Dale. 
Thomas A. Dono- 


Copenhagen 

Praha 


van. 

Robert J. Dorr 

L. Milner Dunn... 

Craig F. Edwards. 


Cochabamba 

Oslo 

Brussels 


Dec. 31,1945 
Nov. 3,1946 

Oct. 1, 1946 

Sept. 9,1946 

July 30,1946 

Dec. 31,1945 


3,900 
3,900 

3 900 


William Dale 

Fisher. 
Arthur D. Foley. .. 

David L. Gamon.. 

Thomas A. Gold- 


The Hague 

Rio de Janeiro.. 
Asuncion 


3,900 
3,900 
3,900 
3,900 
3,900 


man. 
JohnC.Hawley... 

Richard M. Hern- 


Third secretary and 
vice consul. 


Port-au-Prince.. 

Montreal 

Antwerp.- 

Aden 


tNov. 30, 1945 

tMar. 8,1946 

July 19,1946 
Oct. 22,1946 


Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Dec. 3, 1945 

Mar. 11, 1946 

June 30,1946 
Sept. 11, 1946 


► don. 

Robert B. HUl 






JohnJ. Ingersoll.-. 


Vice consul 


3,900 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



135 



Designation 



Post 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Salary 



Walter C. Isen- 

berg, Jr. 
Thomas M. Judd- 
William R. Laid- 

law. 
Albert K. Ludy, 

Jr. 
David J. S. Man- 
bey. 
Thomas W. McEl- 

hiney. 
Thomas D. Mc- 

Kiernau. 
Joseph A. Menden 

hall. 
Betty Ann Mid- 

dleton. 
John Y. Millar... 

Robert B. Moody.. 

Warren S. Moore, 

Jr. 
E. Jan Nadelman. 

Albert V. Nyren.. 

James F. O'Con- 
nor, Jr. 

Mary S. Olmsted-. 

Robert J. Reding- 
ton. 

Frederick D. 
Sharp, 3d. 

Joseph A. Silber- 
stein. 

Levi Pease Smith, 
Jr. 

Herbert D. Spi- 
vack. 

Richard H. Steph- 
ens. 

Oliver L. Troxel, 
Jr. 

Thomas T.Turner_ 

Edward L. Wag- 
goner. 

StanleyB. Wolff.. - 

Harry R.Zerbel.... 

Glenn R. Mc- 
Carty, Jr. 

Robert M. Bsaudry 

Edward B. Berg- 
man. 

John Q. Blodgett— 

Thomas S. Blood- 
worth, Jr, 



Vice consul - 
Vice consul. 



Bucharest-. 
Guayaquil. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Vice consul- 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul. 



Tegucigalpa 

Frankfort on 

the Main. 
Amsterdam 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vi^e consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Casablanca. 

Istanbul 

Hong Kong. 

Madrid 

Nanking 

Geneva 

Warsaw 

La Paz 



Amsterdam. 
La Paz 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul-. 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Mexico, D. F.. 

Bogota 

Southampton., 

Tehran 

Paris.- 

Manila 



Tunis. - 
Tehran- 



Third secretary. 
Vice consul 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Leopoldville. 
Paris 



CiudadTrujillo. 



Dublin--.. 
Liverpool. 



Stockholm. 
Calcutta. . - 



tJuIy 15,1946 
Oct. 31,1946 

tDec. 29,1945 

Oct. 31,1946 

July 19,1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Sept. 9,1946 

Nov. 28, 1945 

July 19,1946 

JNov. 4,1946 

Nov. 29,1946 

June 26,1946 

Oct. 22,1946 

Nov. 1, 1946 

Aug. 23,1946 
July 29,1946 

July 12,1946 

July 19,1946 

Sept. 10, 1946 

JDec. 15,1945 

tAug. 12,1946 

Doc. 2, 1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 
July 18,1946 

Aug. 21, 1946 
Dec. 3, 1946 

Oct. 7, 1946 

Aug. 2, 1946 
Oct. 22,1946 

Sept. 6,1946 

Sept. 27, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, ] 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Dec. 4, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Dec. 31,1945 

July 15,1946 
Sept. 16, 1946 

Dec. 31,1945 

Sept. 20, 1946 

July 1, 1946 

Aug. 9, 1946 

Aug. 15,1946 

Dec. 3, 1945 

June 25,1946 

Nov. 3,1946 

Oct. 24,1946 

May 30, 1946 

Sept. 10, 1946 

Oct. 4, 1946 

July 29,1946 
July 14,1946 

June 17,1946 

July 1, 1946 

Aug. 13, 1946 

Dec. 3, 1945 

Aug. 12,1946 

Oct. 31,1946 

Aug. 24, 1946 
Dec. 3, 1945 

July 1, 1946 
July 24,1946 



June 29, 1946 
Sept. 11, 1946 



Aug. 15,1946 
Aug. 24, 1946 



3,900 
3,900 



3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 
3, 900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3,900 

3. 900 

3,900 
3,900 

3,900 
3,900 



3,500 
3,500 



3,500 
3,500 



136 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



John W. Bowling. 
Robert A. Brand- 



Lewis D. Brown.. 
Holland H. Bush- 



William S. Cald- 
well. 

Stanley M. Cleve- 
land. 

Jack E.Conner 

Edwin D.Crowley 
Rodger P. Davies.. 

Martin P. Detels, 
Jr. 

Richard II. Don- 
ald. 

Enochs. Duncan. 

Thomas J. Dunni- 
gan. 



George M. Finch.. 

William H. Fried- 
man. 

Edwin M. Har- 
bordt. 

Deane R. Hinton.. 

Edward W. Holmes. 

C. H.Walter Howe 
Richard M. Hughes. 

Edward L. John- 
son. 
Curtis F. Jones 



Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Rome. 



Leopoldville 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 
Rome 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Sofia 

Rio de Janeiro. 



Strasbourg- 
Jidda 



William E. Knight, 
2d. 

William C. Lake- 
land.' 

David E. Mark... 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul _.. 



Rangoon 

San Salvador. 
Cairo 



Vice consul. 
Vice consul. 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

DubUn 

Marseille 



Sept. 27, 1946 
Dec. 3, 1946 



July 19,1946 
Aug. 21,1946 



Sept. 30, 1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 3, 1946 

July 19, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 

Sept. 9,1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Aug. 20, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 



Aug. 26,1946 
Aug. 14, 1946 



June 30,1946 
July 29,1946 



$3, 500 
3,500 



Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 



Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

July 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 



28, 1946 
27, 1946 
22, 1946 

1, 1946 

27, 1946 

31,1946 
14, 1946 
27, 1946 
30, 1946 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Belgrade. 



Managua. 



Batavia 

Mexico, D.F. 



Third secretary i 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Genoa. 



Third secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Ankara 

Istanbul 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U.S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 



Oct. 31, 
Oct. 31, 

Nov. 1, 

Oct. 31, 

July 19, 

Dec. 2, 
July 29, 

July 19, 

July 18, 

July 19, 

Nov. 1, 
Nov. 1, 
Oct. 31, 



Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



1946 
1946 
1946 Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 



Sept. 24, 1946 
Sept. 26, 1946 

Oct. 1, 1946 

Sept. 21, 1946 

June 30,1946 



Nov. 
July 



June 25,1946 
June 16, 1946 
June 26, 
July 15,1946 
Sept. 25, 1946 



3,500 



3, 500 
3,500 

3, 500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 



3,500 
3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3, 500 

3,500 
3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 



t Resident in Ankara. 



CLASSI 
FOREIGN SERVICE 



FICATION OF PERSONNEL 

OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 



137 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Salary 

$3, 500 
3,500 

3,500 
3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 



3, 500 

3,500 

3,500 
3,500 

3,500 
3,500 
3,500 



3,500 
3,500 

3,500 
3,500 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 



David K.Marvin-, 
Eobert W. Moore. 

Joseph P. Nagoski 

Robert Irving 
Owen. 

Artlmr L. Pad- 
dock, Jr. 

Alexander L. Peas- 
lee. 

LeRoy F. Percival 
Jr. 

Harry F. PfeilTer, 
Jr. 



Stephen A. Rynas. 

Ralph A. Schweit 

zer. 
RufusZ. Smith. _. 
Robin E.Steussy.. 

William N. Stokes 

Gerald Stryker 

John H. States- 
man, Jr. 
James S. Suttorlin. 



Emory C. Swank.. 

King don W. 
Swayne. 

Richard M.Tynan 

Norman E. War- 
ner. 

Richard R. Wil- 
ford. 

Robert A. Wilson. 

Parker D. Wyman. 



Robert L. Yost. 



Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul . . . . 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul.- _. 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Third secretary and 
vice consul. 



Peiping 

Asuncion 

St.John,N.B.. 
Ciudad Trujillo 

Genoa .. 

Shanghai 

Bremen 

Branch of Of- 
fice of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Yokohama. 

Athens 

Pernambuco 

Amsterdam 

Budapest 

Mukden.. 

Peiping 

Shanghai 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Aflairs, 
Berlin. 

Shanghai 

London 

Turin 

Antwerp 

Madrid 

Warsaw 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Madrid 



Nov. 1, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

Nov. 1, 1946 
June 26, 1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Sept. 11,1946 

July 29,1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 



July 17, 1946 

tDec. 29, 1945 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 

July 15,1946 

July 29,1946 

July 19, 1946 



Sept. 10, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 

Sept. 11,1946 
July 29,1946 

July 29, 1946 

Sept. 11, 1946 

:Aug. 12, 1946 



Sept. 30, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 1.3, 194«= 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 



Sept. 21, 1946 
Aug. 26,1946 

Sept. 24, 1946 
May 30, 1946 

Aug. 15, 1946 

June 17, 1946 

July 14, 1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 



June 17,1946 

Dec. 31,1945 

Aug. 27,1946 

Oct. 30,1946 

Oct. 31,1946 

June 17, 1946 

July 14,1946 

June 30, 194G 



Aug. 14,1946 

Aug. 1, 1946 

Aug. 14, 1946 

July 12,1946 

July 15,1946 

Aug. 15, 1946 

Aug. 12, 1946 



Aug. 24, 1946 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS 



OFFICERS 1 

TWO 



Name 



Raymond C. Mil- 
ler.' 
EldonL. Bailey... 
EricEnglund^ 

William C. John- 
stone, Jr. 

Nelson J. Riley 

Douglas H. Schnei- 
der. 



Designation 



Econ. coimselor. 



Attache 

Agricultural attache 



Public-aflairs ofE- 



Public-affairs officer. 
Public-aflairs officer. 



Brussels 

Luxembourg 

London 

Helsinki and 

Stockholm. 
New Delhi 



Buenos Aires. 
Paris 



Date of as- 


signment 


tJune 26. 1945 


June 


26, 1945 


Sept. 


19, 1946 


Sept. 


3, 1946 


July 


1, 1946 


Sept. 


11, 1946 


July 


1, 1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Salary 



$10,350 



10, 000 
10, 000 



10, 000 
10,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE 



Myron L. Black.. 
Donald S. Qilpat- 



ric. 



:elly 



Walter 
Schwinn. 

Charles F. Bald- 
win. 

Charles R. Morey. 

Charles R. Enlow. 

Jacob Barnard 
Gibbs. 

John Lammey 
Stewart. 

BenThibodeaux... 

Arthur T.Thomp- 
son. 

Ralph Block 

Richard M. Con- 
nell. 

Harris R. Hunger- 
ford. 

Philip W. Ireland. 

James A. Ross, Jr. 

Orville C. Ander- 
son. 

Louis Apo- 



Sargent B. Child. 
Charles W. Fer- 
guson. 



Adviser on shipping. 
Attache 



Public-aflairs officer. 
Cml. attache 



C ultural officer 

Agricultural attache. 
Agricultural attache. 

Agricultural attache 

Agricultural attache 
Agricultural attache. 

Public-aflairs officer . 
Cml. attache 



Sr. econ. analyst. 



Attache 

Cml. attache 

Information officer. 



Librarian 

Cultural officer. 



Rome 

Shanghai 

Warsaw 

Oslo 

Rome 

Pretoria . 

Mexico, D. F... 

Copenhagen 

Paris- - 

Buenos Aires 

New Delhi 

Bogota... 

London 

Cairo 

New Delhi 

Rome 



London. 
London. 



tNov. 


13 


1946 


May 


17 


1946 


Dec. 


20 


1946 


May 


31 


1946 


tJuly 


1 


1946 


May 


7 


1945 


Jan. 


22 


1945 


May 28 


1945 


Jan. 


10 


1946 


Sept. 


20 


1945 


July 


1 


1946 


tMay 


1 


1945 


July 


9 


1945 


Oct. 


30 


1945 


IDec. 


17 


1946 


July 


29 


1946 


Nov. 


28 


1945 


Nov. 


12, 1946 


July 


^ 


1946 



Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Dec. 


20, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Dec. 20,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



$9,900 
9,900 



8,600 

8,600 
8,600 
8,300 

8,300 

8,300 



1 Arranged chronologically according to salary and when salary is the same according to date of appointment 
to present class. 

2 Resident in Brussels. 

3 Resident in Stockholm. 

138 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 139 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE Continued 



Barton P. Jenks... 

Edwin W. Ken- 
worthy. 

William E. Kuge- 
man, Jr. 

Roy Nash_ 

Richard 0. Nie- 
hoff. 

Paul n. Norgren-. 

Thor . C. Quinn. 

James J. Robbins-_ 

George S. Roper. __ 

Frank R. Shea 

Ezra Clark StlU- 
man.' 

E . B i g e 1 o w 
Thompson. 

Lew B. Clark 

Ralph B. Current. 



William F. Dick- 
son. 

David M. May- 
nard. 

JohnN. Plakias.- 

Spencer Williams- 



Designation 



Attache 

Information officer. . 

Public-affairs officer. 

Cultural officer 

Public-aflaits officer. 

Labor attache 

Attache 

Public-affairs officer. 

Civil air attache 

Public-affairs officer - 
Public-affairs officer. 

Public-aflairs officer. 



Cml. attache. 
Attache 



Agricultural attache. 



Asst. cml. attache- 



Attache 

Public-affairs officer. 



Post 



Paris 

London 

Praha 

Rio de Janeiro^. 
Bombay 

Ottawa 

Rome 

Stockholm 

Ottawa 

Bucharest 

Brussels and 
Luxembourg. 



Me.xico, D. F... 

Addis Ababa, 
Baghdad, Bei- 
rut, Cairo, Da- 
mascus, Jidda, 
New Delhi, 
and Tehran. 

New Delhi 

Bern 

Paris 

Budapest 



Date of as- 
signment 



Dec. 19,1945 
Oct. 11,1946 

July 1,: 

JJuly 1, 1946 
Nov. 12, 1946 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 8, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Feb. 13,1945 
July 1, 1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 

July 1, 1946 

IJune 1, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 



Dec. 17,1946 
tOct. 29,1945 



Feb. 16,1945 
Dec. 26,1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 1.3, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, ] 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 26,1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, ] 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 26,1946 



Salary 



FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR 



Samuel D. Berger. 
Howard R. Cot- 

tam. 
Howard B.Railey' 



WilliamH.Riddell 
Roy E. Burger 



Morrill Cody 

W. J. Convery 

Egan. 
David S. Green.... 

Ralph Hilton 

Emil A. Kekich... 
Edwin Russell Ray- 
mond. 
Franklin W. Wolf 
Alfred M. Barlow. 
Clarence E. Birg- 
feld. 



Attache 

Agricultural attache. 



CivU air attache. 



Agricultural attache. 
Foreign Service Re- 
serve officer. 

Cultural officer 

Public-affairs officer. 

Sr. econ. analyst 

Information officer. . 

Cml. attache 

Agricultural attache. 

Cml. attache 

Attache 

Asst. cml. attache... 



London 

Rome 

Paris 

Brussels and 
Luxembourg. 

The Hague 

Department 

Mexico, D. F__ 
Rio de Janeiro. 

Rio de Janeiro. 
Buenos Aires... 

Praha 

Warsaw 

Montevideo 

Mexico, D. F.. 



Dec. 
Apr. 



4. 1945 

8. 1946 



Oct. 18,1944 
Jan. 2, 1945 



tMay 
July 



3. 1945 

1. 1946 



Nov. 18, 1946 
July 1, 1946 

Mar. 24, 1942 
Aug. 9, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
May 24,1945 

tJuly 10,1945 
Nov. 12, 1946 
June 21,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, ] 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



' Resident in Brussels. 
' Resident in Cairo. 
• Resident in Paris. 



140 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 



Salary 



William A. Conk- 
right. 
Dana M. Doten... 
Jerome T.Gaspard 
John J. Haggerty.- 
Francis O. Jarvis ' 



William Harry J. 
Melntyre. 

John A. E. Orloski 

Percy DeF. War- 
ner. 

John A. Birch 

Robert S. Burlin- 
game. 

W. Bradley Con- 
nors. 

Bainbridge C. 
Davis. 

Thomas A. Dozier. 

Richard Eldridge.. 

Gillespie S. Evans. 

Ernest H. Fisk 



John B. Foster 

Harry T. Fultz.--. 
TegC. GrondahL-. 
Robert D.Howard. 
Frederick L. 

Jochen. 
William B.Loving, 

Jr. 
ArminH. Meyer .. 
Robert F.Ogden... 
Theodore B.Olson. 
Samuel E.Perkins. 
Richard I. Phillips. 
WOliamG.Roll.-. 

Edward Salner 

William Edward 

Share. 
Don Lawrence Sul- 
livan. 
Carleton W. Wash- 

burne. 
Armond D. Willis 
Russell S.McClure 
Horace G. Bolster.. 
Clarence A. Boon- 

stra. 
Meade T.Foster.. 
Albert B. Franklin 
John Andrew H am- 

ilton. 
George G. Larson. 



Sr. econ. analyst 

Public-affairs officer. 
Agricultural attache. 
Agricultural attache. 
Civil air attache 

Attache 

Asst. cml. attache. -- 
Civil air attache 

Attache 

Public-afTairs officer . 

Public-affairs officer . 
Attach^ 

Public-aflairs officer . 

Attache 

Press officer 

Asst. public-alTairs 
officer. 

Public-aflairs officer. 

Public-affairs officer. 

Public-afTairs officer. 

Cultural officer 

Vice consul and pub- 
lic-affairs officer. 

Public-affairs officer . 

Public-affair.< officer- 
Public-affairs officer. 
Public-affairs officer. 

Attache 

Information officer. . 
Information officer. . 

Attache 

Attache 

Asst. petroleum at- 
tache. 
Public-affairs officer . 



Cultural officer 

Attache 

Agricultural attache 
Agricultural attache 



Agricultural attache 

Cultural officer 

Public-aflfairs officer 



Mexico, D. F. 



Ottawa. 



Lima 

Manila, Nan- 
k i n g, and 
Shanghai. 

London 



La Paz 

Rio de Janeiro - 



Stockholm. 
Sydney 



Caracas. 



Lima 

Paris 

Cairo 

New Delhi 



Peiping... 

Rome 

Bangkok.. 
Asuncion. 
Rangoon.. 



Santiago. 



Baghdad 

Beirut 

Oslo 

Paris 

Montevideo. 

Oslo 

Vienna 

Paris 



Cairo.. . 

Milan... 

Moscow. 

Paris 

Tehran.. 



Ottawa 

Montevideo 

Ciudad Trujillo 



Sept. 23, 1942 

July 1, 1946 
tNov. 1, 1945 
tJan. 22,1946 

July 31, 1946 



Jan. 22,1946 



July 18,1946 
July 29,1946 



June 26,1946 
July 1, 1946 



July 1, 1946 



Apr. 



1946 



Information officer. 



July 1,1946 
Oct. 16,1944 
Sept. 8, 
July 1, 1946 

July 1, 

Nov. 5,: 

July 1, 1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 

July 1, 1946 

July 1,1946 

July 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 12,1946 
July 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Sept. 17, 1946 

Jan. 25, 

JNov. 13, 1946 

July 1, 1946 
Dec. 27,1946 
July 21,1945 
Nov. 20, 1946 

Feb. 5, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 27,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 27,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Resident in Shanghai. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 141 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — continued 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



i:)ate of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 



Salary 



Howard L. Nos- 
trand. 

George L. Picard^. 

George E. Rohm^ 

Henry F. ArnoId__ 

Heath Bowman.. 

Joseph B. Costanzo 

George H. Damon. 

Thomas T. Driver. 

Frederic Taylor 
Gurney. 

Maurice D. Need- 
ham. 

Howard C.Rice, Jr- 

Kenneth Werni- 
mont. 

Raymond Lee Har- 
rell. 

William Kling ' 

Lewis E. Revey.-- 
Francis Olcott 

Allen. 
Mildred B. Allport. 

Jacob Canter 

Albert E. Carter... 
Henry H.Carter_. 

Jay Castillo 

Martin B. Dale -.. 

D . EugeneDelgado- 
Arias. 

Dixon Donnelley.. 

Elmer S. Dorsay... 

Edward L. Farns- 
worth. 

M. Alison Frantz.. 

PaulW.Frillman_. 

Julian P. Fromer.. 

Jean A. GraflSs.... 

William L. Hamil- 
ton, Jr. 

Harry S. Hudson.. 

Owen R. Hutchin- 
son. 

Coulter D.Huyler, 
Jr. 

Garth P. James — 

Joseph C. Kolarek. 

Frank J. Lewand.. 

George McDonald 

Elmer Newton 

Josephs. Piazza. -- 

Joseph D. Ravotto 



Cultural ofBcer 

Provincial officer 

Public-affairs officer. 
Public-affairs officer. 

Cultural officer 

Public-affairs officer. 

Press officer 

Information officer.. 
Public-aflairs officer. 

Public-affairs officer- 
Librarian 

Agiicultural attach^. 

Attache 

Agricultural attache. 

Information officer. _ 
Cultural officer 

Public-affairs officer. 
Public-aflairs officer. 

Cultural officer 

Cultural officer 

Information officer.. 

Vice consul 

Acting cml. attache. 
Public-affairs officer 

Press officer 

Public-aflairs officer 
Information officer. . 



Cultural officer 

Public-affairs officer 
Public-affairs officer 
Information officer.. 
Public-affairs 



Public-affairs officer. 
Public-affairs oflScer. 

Information officer. _ 

Information officer. . 
Information officer. . 

Cultural officer 

Information officer. _ 
Public-aflairs officer. 
Public-affairs officer. 
Asst. information 
officer. 



Lime 



Paris 

Marseille. 
Helsinki., 
Santiago.. 
Naples... 
Istanbul. 
Bogota - . 
Tehran.. 



Port-au-Prince. 



Paris... 
Bogota. 



Habana. 



Belgrade.. 

Sofia 

Budapest. 
Cairo 



Bern 

Managua. 



Sao Paulo. 

Lisbon 

Sydney.. - 
Canberra. 
Caracas... 



Mexico, D. F._ 

Bordeaux 

Guatemala 



Athens. _. 
Mukden. 
Palermo - 

Paris 

Pretoria.. 



Tientsin 

San Salvador - 



The Hague- 



La Paz 

Praha 

Praha 

Bucharest - 

Canton 

Lisbon 

Rome 



{July 1, 



jNov. 

tNov. 

JNov. 
July 
July 

JNov. 
July 

{Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
1, 1946 
1, 1946 
13, 1946 



tNov. 13, ] 
Oct. 7, ] 

Dec. 12,1946 

tApr. 17, 1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 

tJuly 1, 1946 
Oct. 14,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 28, 1945 
Sept. 12, 1946 

{July 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 

{Nov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13.1946 
tNov. 13,1946 
Nov. 4.1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 



Dec. 
Aug. 



2, 1946 
27, 1946 



Sept. 22, 1946 

July 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Oct. 13, 
tNov. 13,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13. 
tNov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 



1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1.3. 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 1.3, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 6,000 
Nov. 13, 1946 6, 000 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



' Resident in Belgrade, 
s Resident in Sydney. 



142 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — continued 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 



Salary 



Kodolfo O. Rivera 

Joseph A. Robin- 
son. 

Edward J. Rowell.. 

Joseph W. Vander 
Laan. 

JohnM. Vebber__. 

Donald Everett 
Webster. 

Helen E. Wessels-. 

Leslie Snowden 
Brady. 



Cultural-relations 

officer. 
Public-affairs officer. 

Attach6_ 

Asst.eml. attache '.. 

Information officer _ _ 
Cultural officer 

Cultural officer 

Acting cultural offi- 
cer. 



Guatemala .. 

Saigon 

Rio do Janeiio 
Pretoria 

Asuncion 

Ankara 

Melbourne 

Paris- 



tJuly 1, ] 
tNov. 13, 1946 



tOct. 16,1944 
Dec. 14, 1945 



tNov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 



tNov. 13,1946 
Dec. 20,1946 



Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 20,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 20, 1946 



$6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE 



Eleanor Wyllys 


Cultural officer 


The Hague 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


$5,900 


Allen. 














Sterling J. Cot- 


Civil air attache 


Bogota, Caracas, 


May 16,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 194G 


5.900 


trcll.2 




and Quito. 










SeaverR.Oilereast- 


Public-affairs officer- 


Porto Alegre 


tJuly 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,900 


James R. Carter... 


PubUc-affairs officer. 


Beirut 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


5,700 


Phihp G. Hodge-.. 


Librarian 


Rome 


JNov. 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,700 


Walter D. Shackle- 


Acting public-affairs 


Bombay 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,700 


ton. 


officer. 












Charles T. Cad- 


Public-affairs officer. 


Saigon 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,500 


dock. 
Simon J. Copans-. 




Paris 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,500 


John R. Cresswell. 


Cultural officer 


Damascus 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,500 


Richard E. Funk- 


Asst. petroleum at- 


Paris 


Oct. 30,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,500 


houser.3 


tache. 


Bern, Brussels, 
and Luxem- 
bourg. 


Dec. 14,1945 








George T.Moody.. 


Cultural officer 




tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,500 


Joseph J. Bulik 


Agricultural attache 


Moscow 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5.300 


J. PaxtonHaddow. 


Asst. information of- 
ficer. 
Vice consul 


Mexico, D. F..- 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,300 


Ashley G. Hope--- 


Shanghai 


Aug. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,300 


DaleD. McAdoo-- 


Cultural officer 


Florence 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,300 


Laurence S. Moore - 


Acting press officer. . 


Ankara 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,300 


Enoch W. Skart- 


Econ. analyst 


Caracas 


July 16,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


5.300 


vedt. 
Edward Ander- 


Econ. analyst 


Nanking 


Oct. 8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 


berg, Jr. 














RusseDH. Barker 


Information officer. . 
Pubhc-affairs officer. 


Bern 


tNov. 13. 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 


John T. Black 


Algiers-- --- 


5,100 


William J. Boning- 


Information officer.. 


Port-au-Prince. - 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 


John W. Campbell- 


Asst. cultural officer- 


Bogota. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 


Wilma C. Fair- 


Cultural officer 


Nanking- 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 


bank. 














Don A. Gribble-- 


Vice consul 


Bremen... 


July 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,100 



> Assigned to serve at Johannesburg. 
2 Resident in Bogota. 
' Resident in Paris. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 143 

FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date Of entry 

on duty as 

FSR 


Salary 






Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man affairs, 
Berlin. 

Athens 

Beirut.- 

Warsaw 


July 

Sept. 

tNov. 
tNov. 
tNov. 
tNov. 

tNov. 

tNov. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

July 

tNov. 
Dec. 

tNov. 

tNov. 
tJan. 


19, 1946 

23, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

20, 1946 

20, 1946 

20, 1946 

20, 1946 

13, 1946 
23,1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
8,1946 


Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

20, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov 

Nov 

Dec. 

Nov 

Nov 
Nov 
Nov 

Nov 
Nov 


13. 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

20, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 


.$5, 100 


Hanney. 

Leopold J. LeClair. 
Tom J. McFadden 


Information officer.. 
Prpss officer 


6,100 

5, 100 


Chester H. Opal 


Information officer.. 

Cultural officer 

Asst. pubhc-affairs 

officer. 
Information officer.. 

Information officer.. 

Asst. agricultural at- 
tache. 

Asst. pubhc-aflairs 
officer. 

Information officer. . 

Vice consul... 

Public-affairs officer. 
Public-affairs officer. 
Cultural officer 

Press officer 


5,100 


Mary P. Parsons.. 
Rupert Prohrae 


Wellington 

Sydney 


5,100 
5 100 


John W. Thoma- 

son, 3d. 
Mamiing H. Will- 


Calcutta 

Moscow 


5,100 
5,100 


lams. 
Don Stoops 

David B.Wharton. 


Mexico, D. F... 
Kabul 


4,900 
4,900 


Gilbert Edward 

Clark. 
Leonard N. Cas- 

weU. 
James H.Webb, Jr. 

James A. Elliot 

Winifred B. Lin- 

dermau. 
Jorges Orgibet 


Bombay 

Frankfort on the 
Main. 

Tegucigalpa 

Hankow 

Capetown 

Bangkok 

Hahfax 


4,900 

4,700 

4, 700 
4,500 
4,500 

4,500 


Fred M. Wren 


Vice consul 


4,500 










FORI 


:iGN SERVICE 


RESERVE ( 


OFFICERS OF 


CLAS 


S SIX 




Joran J. Birkeland. 
Elizabeth M. Bond. 


Cultural officer 


Copenhagen 


tNov. 
tNov. 
tNov. 

tNov. 

tNov. 

tNov. 

tNov. 
tNov. 

Feb. 
Apr. 
July 
tNov. 

tNov. 
Feb. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
26, 1946 
1, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 194G 
13, 1946 


$4,300 


Stanley R. Char- 


Public-affairs officer. 
Press officer 


Madras 


4,300 


trand. 
WajTie W. Line- 


Batavia 

Sofia 

Panama 

Tangier 

Shanghai- 

Munich 


4,300 


barger. 
Virginia E. Mc- 

Gonigal. 
Richard C. Salva- 

tierra. 
Curtis C. Strong... 
Margaret W. 


Cultural officer 

Information officer. . 
Public-affairs officer. 


4,300 
4,300 
4,300 


Thompson. 
Wallace Clarke. - 


Vice consul 

Vice consul 


3,900 


Hugh N.Whitaker 


Palermo 

Munich 

Quito 

Bucharest 

Stuttgart 


3 900 


SverreM. Backe.. 
David G. Basile... 
Serafln S. Buta 


Vice consul 

Information officer. . 
Cultural officer 


3,700 
3,700 
3,700 
3,700 









CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS ' 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Robert E. Asher^.. 


Special asst. to chief 
of mission for econ. 
aflairs. 


London, _._ 


Oct. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


$10, 000 


Orville Brown 


Special represent- 
ative. 


Sydney 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10, 000 


Arthur C. Bunce.. 


Econ. adviser to 
commanding gen- 
eral.2 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10, 000 


O w e n T h rii a s 


Associate chief of 


Office of U. S. 


Sept. 25, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10, 000 


Jones. 


mission for econ. 
affairs. 


Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U.S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 










Edward J. Kerri- 


Director of Euro- 


Office of U. S. 


Sept. 30, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10,000 


gan. 


pean relay bases. 


Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Oscar W. Meier. .-. 


Chief of mission for 
econ. affairs. 


Monrovia 


Nov. 5,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10, 000 


Paul R. Porter 


Deputy chief of mis- 
sion for econ. 
afTairs. 


London 


ISept. 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


10, 000 


Charles W. Jeffers. 


Special asst. to chief 
of mission for 
econ. affairs. 


London -. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


9,420 


Sydney L. W. 


Sr. econ. analyst--.. 


Vienna 


Dec. 20, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


9,420 


Mellen. 














Lawrence C Vass 


Attache ■ 


London 


Dec. 19,1946 


Dec. 19,1946 


Dec. 19,1946 


8,820 











1 Arranged chronologically according to salary and when salary is the same according to date of appointment 
to present class. 

2 With the personal rank of minister. 

144 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 



145 



FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Roy I. Kimmel 


Asst. agricultural 
attache. 


London 


Nov. 


16, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


$8, 820 


Louis Guy Michael 


Agricultural attachS- 


Moscow 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,820 


Frederick Allen 






Dec 


28, 1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 




13, 1946 


8,820 


Motz. 




















William J. Scbald._ 


Specialasst 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Dec. 


3, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,820 


James H Kempton 


Agricultural attache - 
Attache 


Caracas 


tMay 


15, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,580 


Howard C. Bugbee 


London 


Oct. 


2,1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Guy Louis Bush... 


Agricultural attache. 


Rio de Janeiro- - 


July 


2, 1943 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 




Econ. attache 


Bern 


TNov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Francis Deak i 


Civil air attache 


Bern, Belgrade, 


June 


21, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 






Berlin, Bucha- 


Dec. 


29, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 






rest, Budapest, 




















Praha, Sofia, 




















. and Vienna. 
















CarlJ. Furr 


Asst. chief of mission 
for econ. affairs. 


Monrovia 


Nov 


4, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Ivan G. Harmon _. 


Petroleum attache. . 


Rio de Janeiro. - 


Jan. 


1. 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Leonard Horwin... 


Attache 


Madrid 


tOct. 


17, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Charles J. Little- __ 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Paris 


Oct. 


5, 1944 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Frank J. Pinder_- 


Head agricultural 
production special- 
ist for mission for 
econ. affairs. 


Monrovia 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Norman E. Towson 


Attache 


Buenos Aires. _. 


June 


29, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


Edward C. Wil- 


Attache and sr. econ. 


The Hague 


Uuly 


11,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


8,340 


kinson. 


analyst. 



















FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE 



William O. Van- 

derburg. 
Emerson I. BrowTi. 
Eleanor Lansing 

Dulles. 
Gordon Cummings 

Laughlin. 
Louis Clinton 

Nolan. 
Fred Taylor 



Minerals attache. 



Minerals attache. 
Sr. econ. analyst- 



Agricultural attache. 

Asst. agricultural at- 
tache. 

Agiicultural com- 
missioner. 



Rio de Janeiro 
Vienna 



May 29. 1945 



May 18,1944 
Feb. 2.3,1945 



Nov. 13, 1946 Nov. 13, 1946 $7, 860 



Nov. 13, 1946 Nov. 13, 1946 7, ( 



Nov. 13,1946! Nov. 1.3,1946 7.620 
i 
Wellington i Mar. 14,1945 Nov. 13,1946! Nov. 13.1946 7,620 



Jan. 17, 1946 
Oct. 20,1944 



Nov. 13. 1946 Nov. 13, 1946; 7, 620 
Nov. 13, 1946, Nov. 13, 19461 7, 620 



Resident in Bern. 



146 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1947 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 
on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Carrel B. Larson'. 


Minerals attache.... 


Lima 


May 16, 1945 
June 4, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13 1946 


$7, 380 






Bogota, La Paz, 










and Santiago. 










Hugo W. Alberts 2. 


Agricultural attache. 


Guayaquil and 
Quito. 


May 10,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7.140 


Morton Bach 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Bern.. 


Nov. 28, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Kenneth Charles 


Sr. econ. analyst 


The Hague 


Nov. 2.1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7^140 


Beede. 














Alvord L. Boeck... 


Acting cml. attache. 


Quito 


JOct. 4, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Claude Marcus 


Business manager 


Monrovia 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Camion. 


for mission for 
econ. affairs. 












Abner K. Chestem. 


Agricultural adviser. 


Oslo.. 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 1.3, 1946 


7,140 


Richard 0. Crom- 


Asst. agricultural at- 


Buenos Aires 


May 18.1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


well. 


tache. 












Theodore Geiger... 


Admin, officer for 
mission for econ. 
affairs. 


London 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Ellis Munson 


Cml. attache 


Asuncion 


Sept. 14, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Goodwin. 














Theodore J. Grant 3 


Agricultural attache. 


Managua, Pan- 
amS, and San 
Jose. 


July 16,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


7,140 


Wesley Clifford 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Office of U. S. 


Oct. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Haraldson. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Einar Jensen 


Agricultural attache. 


Bern 


Aug. 14,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Robert A. Kinney. 


Sr. econ. analyst for 
mission for econ. 
affairs. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Richard E. Klein- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Shanghai 


Dec. 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


hans. 














William Bruce 


Attache 


Office of U. S. 


Nov, 4, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Lockling. 




Political Ad- 










viser on Ger-- 














man Affairs, 














Berlin. 










Archibald Hep- 


Sr. econ. analyst.... 


Shanghai 


Oct. 1.5,1945 


Nov. 1.3, 1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


7,140 


bum MacFar- 














lane. 














Floyd E. Masten.. 


Attache.. 


Shanghai 

Vienna 


Oct. 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7, 140 


Carlisle C.McIvor. 


Attache 


Mar. 16, 1945 
Mar. 24, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


C. Robert Moore.. 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Ankara 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Arthur P. Muel- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Paris 


Oct. 6, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


berger. 














Webster Powell,... 


Attache 


Sydney 


May 31, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Warren Delano 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Santiago 


June 5,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7,140 


Robbins. 














Manuel Sanchez... 


Publications officer. 


Paris 


June 25, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


7.140 



• Resident in Lima. 

2 Resident in Guayaquil. 

3 Resident in San Jose. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 147 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Olaf Francis Sundt' 



Ludwik Sztolcman. 
John P. Walsh 



Findley Weaver. .. 
Henri Andr6 Weis- 

mann. 
Thomas J. B.Wen- 

ner. 



Theodore A. Xau- 

thaky. 
J. Raymond Yli- 

talo. 



Designation 



Petroleum attache _ 



Econ. analyst 

Executive officer of 
European relay 



Sr. econ. analyst . 
Sr. econ. analyst- 



Special asst. and at- 
tache. 
Attache 



La Paz, Lima, 
Quito, and 
Santiago. 

Warsaw 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Lima 

Rio de Janeiro . . 

Office of V. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Lisbon... 

Helsinki 



Date of as- 
signment 



Aug. 21,1945 
tOct. 6, 1946 



Jan. 12,1945 
Sept. 17, 1945 



Mar. 7,1945 
Oct. 1, 1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 
on duty as 

ESS 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, ] 



7,140 
7,140 



7,140 
7,140 



7,140 
7,140 



FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE 



J. Forrest Craw- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Tehran 


Jan. 7, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


$6,900 


ford. 


















Jay George Dia- 


Agricultural officer.. 


Office of U. S. 


Oct. 10.1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6, 900 


mond. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlui. 














Graham Sheppard 


Agricultural attach^. 


Guatemala, San 


Apr. 5, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,900 


Quate.2 




Salvador, and 
Tegucigalpa. 














Turner C. Cam- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Paris 


Oct. 5, 1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,660 


eron, Jr. 


















J. Daniel Hanley.. 


Attache and sr. econ. 


Lisbon 


JApr. 10,1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,660 




analyst. 
















Sylvain R. Loupe 


Communications of- 


Paris 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6, 660 




ficer. 
















Theodore J. Pahle. 


Asst. information of- 


Madrid 


tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


6,660 




ficer. 
















Robert Smith 






INov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


6,660 


Simpson. 






















Oct. 6, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,480 




officer. 
















Albert C. Gam- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Buenos Aires 


Sept. 26, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,480 


ache. 


















Gail Murphy 


Cml. attache 


Panama. _. 


tFeb. 10,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,480 


Charles B. Parker. 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Mexico, D. F... 


Oct. 20,1941 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,480 


Joseph Ries 


Information officer. . 


Caracas 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


6,480 


Melville J. Ruggles 


Attache 


Moscow 


Jan. 11,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


6,480 


Nathan B. Salant.- 


Asst. agricultural at- 


Rome 


;Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,480 




tache. 

















Resident in Lima. 
Resident in Guatemala. 



148 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS FIVE — continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 
on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Edward Livingston 

Tanner. 
Llewellyn Vernon 

Toyne." 
James G. Wingo... 


Agricultural attache. 

Agricultural attache 

and vice consul. 
Information officer.. 


Port-au-Prince.. 

Canberra 

Manila 


Jan. 1, 1945 
Feb. 12,1946 
INov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


$6,480 
6,480 
6,480 



FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX 



Curtis Waldo 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Caracas 


Mav 26. 1943 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


$6, 300 


Barnes. 




















Edward D. Cuffe.. 


Econ. analyst 


Shanghai 


June 


16, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


6,300 


Leonard B. Shubert. 


Press officer 


Rio de Janeiro.. 
Rome 


July 

tNov. 


1, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13. 1946 


Nov. 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


6,300 


John Clarke Adams - 


Labor attache 


5,940 


Laurence E. An- 


Asst. to head of news 


London 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


drews. 


service. 


















Horace Harper 


Econ. analyst 


Mexico, D.F._. 


Apr. 


23, 1943 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Braun. 




















James E. Callahan. 




Montreal 

London 


Aug. 
July 


11,1941 
1, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 

Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


5,940 


Miriam Camp 


Econ. analyst for 


5,940 




mission for econ. 




















affairs. 


















Franklin Conklin, 

3d. 
Carson 0. Crocker. 


Econ. analyst 


Buenos Aires 


July 


21, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Attache 


Buenos Aires 

Asuncion 


July 
Sept 


22, 1946 
2, 1943 


Nov 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


5, 940 


David A. de Lima. 


Econ. analyst 


5,940 


Floyd J. Dubas- .. 


Econ. analyst 


W^ai-saw.. 


Mar. 


28, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Robert Bailey El- 


Asst. agricultural at- 


Cairo 


JApr. 


11,1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


wood. 


tache. 


















Stewart French.... 


Econ. analyst.. 


Shanghai. 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


William M.Gibson. 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Paris 


May 


18, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


John F. Hamilton. 


Asst. to head of news 
service. 


London 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Clyde James 


Asst. cultural officer. 


Buenos Aires 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Hanna. 




















Norman S. Jacobs 


Press officer 


Paris 


tNov. 
tNov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 

Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


5,940 


Harold Kaplan . . . 


Asst. information 


Paris. 


5,940 




officer. 


















John Henry Kelly. 


Econ. analyst 


Paris 


Oct. 


15. 1945 


Nov 


13. 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


George Henry Kerr. 


Vice consul... 


Taipei 


tApr. 


17. 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Eidgway B. 


Special asst 


Paris 


tSept 


16, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Knight. 




















John Theodore 


Attache. 


Office of U. S. 


Mar. 


12, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Krumpelmaim. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 
















Gilbert E. Larsen.. 


Econ. analyst 


Lima 


Nov. 


19, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Thomas Linthi- 

cum. 
Frederick S. Lyon 


Admin, officer 


Shanghai 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Admin, officer 

Publications officer- 


Manila 


July 
Feb. 


1, 1946 
20, 1945 


Nov 
Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov 

Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


5,940 


Alexander N. D. 


Rio de Janeiro. . 


5, 940 


Marchant. 




















Frederick T. Mer- 


Foreign Service Staff 


On leave of ab- 


Dec. 


23, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


rill. 


officer. 


sence without 
pay. 

















Resident in Sydney. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 149 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS SIX — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Gardner E. Palmer. 


Sr. econ. analyst 


Santiago 


Dec. 


7, 1943 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


$5, 940 


Joseph Polakoff..- - 


Asst. to head of news 
service. 


London 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Eugene V.Prostov. 


Sr. econ. analyst for 
mission for econ. 
affairs. 


Office of U. S. 
PoHtical Ad- 
viser, Stafif of 
Commanding 
General, U.S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5.940 


Henry C. Ramsey _ 


Asst. cml. attache... 


Madrid.. 


Aug. 


23, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Martin Rosenberg- 


Information officer. . 


Rio dc Janeiro.. 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Fred Snider 


Radio engineer. 


Shanghai.... 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Harry R. Stritman. 


Publications pro- 
curement oiBcer. 


Rome 


Sept. 


5, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Paul J. Sturm 


Sr. econ. analyst for 
mission for econ. 
affairs. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 


Aug. 


19, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


5,940 


John H. Tobler.-. 


Acting press attache 


Paris 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Alexander B.Toth 


Publications officer 


London.. 


May 


5, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Victor E. von Loss- 


Cml. attache 


Baghdad 


Feb. 


13, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


berg. 


















Robert W. Wagner- 


Econ. analyst 


Buenos Aires 


June 


21, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Hugo D. WeisgalL. 


Asst. cultural officer 


Praha. 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


Duncan Murchi- 


Vice consul 


Vienna 


Jan. 


8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


son White. 






















Moscow.... 

Madrid 


Mar. 
Sept. 


1, 1944 
14, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 

Nov 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 


5,940 


ney. 
Joseph E. Wieden- 


Sr. econ. analyst 


5,940 


mayer. 






Randall S. Wil- 


Attache 




Nov. 


22, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


liams, Jr. 








John R. Wood 




Paris. 


Aug. 


29, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 




tache. 
















Steven D. Zagor- 


Admin, asst.. 


Warsaw 


Aug. 


19, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


5,940 


ski. 



















FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS SEVEN 



Willard 0. Brown. 


Asst. agricultural 


Manila 


Oct. 2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


$5, 760 




attache. 












Richard W. Gris- 


Econ. analyst 


Office of U. S. 


Aug. 8,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


.5, 760 


wold. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Henry W. Spiel- 


Agricultural econo- 


Bombay 


Dec. 10, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,760 


man. 


mist. 












Charles H. Ste- 




Windsor 


Jan. 2, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5.760 


phan. 








Econ. analyst 

Attache 




Mar. 29, 1946 
Sept. 24, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


5,760 


sou. 
Neal D. Borum... 


Brussels 


5,580 



150 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS SEVEN Continued 



Henry B. Cannon. 

Marie Willis Can- 
non. 

Sabin J. Dalferes... 

Edwin Davis 

Eugene Desver- 
nine. 

Joseph L. Doug- 
herty. 

Paul M. Dutko... 

Lesley Frost 



Herman R. Kasper. 
Victor H. Loftus-.. 



Camden L. Mc- 
Lain. 

Nathan R. Mea- 
dows. 

Clay Merrell 

Henry O. Ramsey. 
Roy Olin Westley. 
Marvin A. Der- 
rick. 
Harry E. Ewing,.. 
Ellis A. Johnson... 
Marc L. Severe 



Designation 



Cultural-relations 

officer. 
Publications officer. 

Vice consul 

Admin. ofiScer 

Attache 

Asst. agricultural 
attache. 

Admin. oflBcer 

Asst. cultural offi- 
cer. 

Econ. analyst 

Vice consul and 
special disbursing 
agent. 
Vice consul 

Vice consul- 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Agricultural officer.. 
Admin, officer 

Asst. cultural officer 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



London. 

Madrid 

Paris 

New Delhi 

Habana 

Ottawa 

Praha 

Madrid-. 

Lisbon. 

Rome 

Santiago 

Bern 

Hamilton, Bor 
muda. 

Cardififi. 

Bucharest 

Mexico, D. F.. 

Buenos Aires... 

Izmir 

Sao Paulo 



Date of as- 
signment 



Oct. 31,1945 

Oct. 18,1945 

Aug. 26,1944 

July 1, 1946 

tFeb. 10,1946 



tSept. 9,1945 
July 1, 1946 



Oct. 31,1944 
Sept. 20, 1944 



Feb. 24,1931 



tSept. 11, 1946 



JApr. 11,1945 
INov. 13, 1946 
tFeb. 10,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 15, 1941 
July 24,1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, : 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 
on duty as 

FSS 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 194G 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 18,1946 



Salary 



FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS EIGHT 



Charles W. Allen.. 
Leonard L. Bacon.. 
Frederick C. Barg- 

hoom. 
Tallmadge Bergen. 
W. Charles Brid- 

gett. 
George L. Brist ... 
F. Willard Calder 
George W. Cald- 
well, Jr. 
Herbert W. Carl- 
son. 
Manuel J. Cod oner- 
Thomas J. Cole--.- 

Peter Constan 

JohnF. Correll.... 
John J. Coyle 



BiddleH. Garrison. 

Culver Gidden 

WendeU S.Howard. 

> Temporarily. 



Vice consul 

Econ. analyst 

Attache 

Agricultural officer.. 
Special asst 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Econ. analyst 

Attache and vice 

consul. 

Vice consul 

Admin, officer 

Vice consul.. 

Labor attache 

Attache and vice 

consul. 

Special asst... 

Vice consul 

Special disbursing 

agent. 



Calgary. 

Zurich... 

Moscow 

Calcutta 

Guatemala 

St. Stephen 

Southampton.. 
Copenhagen 

London 

La Guaira 

Habana 

Zagreb 

Pretoria 

London 

Santiago 

Bremerhaven.. 
Cairo 



Sept 


29, 1930 


Oct. 


18, 1945 


Nov. 


6, 1942 


Dec. 


10, 1945 


{Dec. 


23, 1942 


Oct. 


28, 1945 


Mar. 


25, 1944 


Aug. 


5, 1946 


Aug. 


17, 1942 


Feb. 


5, 1946 


tFeb. 


10, 1946 


Mar. 


22, 1946 


JNov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


17, 1933 


Mar. 


4, 1943 


July 


12, 1946 


INov. 


13. 1946 



Nov 


13. 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 



Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13. 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


1.3, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13. 1946 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 151 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS EIGHT — continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 
on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 






Paris 


Dec. 29,1944 
May 3, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 

Jan. 10,1946 
Oct. 25,1946 
Aug. 24, 1939 

May 10, 1946 

Jan. 17,1936 
tJune 7, 1923 
tNov. 13, 1946 

June 1,1940 

Nov. 2, 1945 
Sept. 16, 1941 
Mar. 22, 1945 

Nov. 2,1943 

Dec. 4, 1945 

Jan. 17,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

Aug. 8, 1945 
tOct. 18,1946 
Mar. 31. 1945 

July 1, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tJune 1, 1945 

Sept. 26, 1946 

Apr. 8, 1946 
tNov. 15, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1944 
Sept. 14, 1944 
Nov. 23, 1945 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 19'46 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13. 1946 

13, 1946 
13. 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
12, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 


$5, 220 
5,220 
5,220 

5,220 
5,220 
5,220 

5,220 

5,220 
5.220 
5.220 

5.220 

5,220 
5,220 
5,220 

5.220 

5.220 

5,040 
5,040 

5,040 

5,040 
5,040 
5,040 

5,040 


Duncan J. Laing.. 
Richard F. Lanke- 

nau. 
Allen H. Lester.... 
AlanM. G. Little 


Admin, officer 

Econ. analyst 

Econ. analyst 

Attache 


Shanghai 

Buenos Aires.... 

Sao Paulo 

Moscow 


JohnH.E.McAn- 


f Vice consul 




drews. 


Chihuahua 

Zurich .. 


Moses. 




Arthur G. Parsloe . 


Vice consul 

Special disbursing 

agent. 
Vice consul 


Santos 


Beruhard J. Paul- 
son. 
James C. Powell, 


New Delhi- 

Mexico, D. F... 


Jr. 








Valparaiso 

London 


Louis L. Widmer 


Vice consul and spe- 
cial disbursing 
agent. 

Vice consul 


Stephen C. Wors- 


M6rida 


ter. 




Krakow.. 

Ciudad Juarez... 
Shanghai 

Rio de Janeiro.. 


zki. 




Josiah W. Bennett - 
Albert S. Browne.. 


Asst. public-affairs 
officer. 

Special disbursing 
agent. 

Econ. analyst 

Admin, officer 

Vice consul and spe- 
cial disbursing 
agent. 

Admin, officer 

Films and recordings 

officer. 
Admin, officer 

Asst. cultural officer. 

Admin, officer.. 

Econ. analyst for 
mission for econ. 
affairs. 




Paris.. 


Laurence J. Day- 


Paris 


mont. 




Barneville. 




William Edward 

Dwyer. 
M. Elizabeth 


Shanghai 

Moscow 


5,040 
5,040 
5,040 
5,040 

5,040 
5,040 
5,040 
5,040 
5,040 


Eagan. 
Katherine A. H. 




Egerton. 
Tihner 0. Enge- 
bretson. 

Ernest L. Eslinger. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 








E. Allen Fidel 


Econ. analyst 

Vice consul 


Paris 


Cyrus B. Follmer . 


Paris 


Margaret K. Gard- 
ner. 


Econ. analyst 


Shanghai 



152. FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS EIGHT — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Francis R.Gasser_. 


Econ. analyst 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Dec. 4, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


$5, 040 


William G. Gibson 


Foreign Service Staff 
officer. 


Department 


Aug. 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


5,040 














5,040 
5,040 


David Thurston 


Language instructor. 


Peiping 


Sept. 17, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Griggs. 














Carlo. Hawthorne 


Vice consul 


Tsingtao 


Jan. 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Bernard F.IIeiler.. 


Vice consul 


Bremen 


Aug. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Gizellal. Huber... 


Econ. analyst 


London. 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 






Ziirich.. 




Nov. 13, 1946 




5,040 
5,040 


John R. Kaiser 


Admin, officer 


Belgrade 


July 1,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Claude T. Lanier. _ 


Admin, officer 


Paris 


July 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Vincent La Vista. . 


Econ. analyst 


Rome 


June 12,1945 
Sept. 10, 1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 
5,040 
5,040 




Copenhagen 

Budapest 


Harry Le Bovit.— 


Agricultural econ- 


Nov. 13, 1946 




omist. 












William R. Lynch. 


Vice consul 


Shanghai 


Sept. 14, 1945 
tOct 9 1943 


Nov. 13 1946 


Nov 13 1946 


5, 040 
5,040 


Joseph E. Maldo- 


Vice consul 


Santiago 


Nov 13 1946 


Nov 13 1946 


nado. 










Samuel A. Mcll- 




Tampico 




Nov. 13, 1946 




5,040 


henny, Jr. 










Erman R. McKel- 


Vice consul and econ. 


Rotterdam 


June 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


5,040 


vey. 


analyst. 














Vice consul and 
special disbursing 


Ottawa 


tFeb. 23,1940 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5, 040 








agent. 














Attache 




tJune 6,1944 
Nov. 20, 1944 
Nov. 27 1945 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov 13 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov 13 1946 


5, 040 
5,040 
5,040 
5,040 


William S. Patten . 


Econ. analyst 

Vice consul 


Paris 


Raymond Phelan.. 
Mary P. Ragatz... 


Managua 

London.. ^. 


Admin, officer 


Uug. 25,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13,' 1946 


Joseph H. Rogat- 

nick. 
Arthur J. Romero. 


Econ. analyst 


Reykjavik 


Jan. 30,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Vice consul and 


Buenos Aires.... 


May 21, 1941 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 




special disbursing 














agent. 












Agnes Schneider... 


Vice consul.. 

Vice consul 




Oct. 25,1944 
Sept. 8,1943 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 
5,040 


Paul C. Seddicum. 


Edmonton 


Edward J. Sha- 


Econ. analyst 


San Salvador 


Aug. 21, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


hady. 














Arthur Abraham 


Econ. analyst 


Hong Kong 


Nov. 26, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Simpson. 














Harry W. Story. .. 


Admin, officer 


Santiago de 
Cuba. 


{Feb. 10,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


RolloP. Stovall... 


Econ. analyst.. 


Ciudad Trujillo. 


Jan. 3, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 


Hugh H.Teller.... 


Vice consul 

Foreign Service Staff 


Zurich 


May 16,1945 
Sept, 7,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


5,040 
5,040 


Thomas F. Valen- 


Department 


za. 


officer. 












Joseph F. Walker 


Vice consul 


Algiers 

Peiping 


{Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov 13 1946 


5,040 
5,040 


Elizabeth Zorzick.. 


Asst. public-affairs 


Nov. 13, 1946 




officer. 












Ben Zweig 


Vice consul 


Nogales 

The Hague 


Oct 2 1943 


Nov 13 1946 


Nov 13 1946 


5,040 
4,860 


Harold S. Beyerly. 


Admin, officer 


tMay 29, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Frederick A. 


Vice consul 


Toronto. 


tNov. 7,1922 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


4,860 


Bohne. 















CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 153 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS EIGHT — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 
on duty as 

FS8 


Salary 


Rudolf E Cahn 


Vice consul 


Rio de Janeiro. _ 

Stockholm 

Vigo 

Basel 

Cartagena 

Paris 


JOct. 28,1945 
Jan. 30,1930 
July 25, 1946 

July 19,1941 
Oct. 10,1945 

Sept. 18, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 


$4, 860 


Harold Carlson.... 
Charles M Ger- 


Vice consul 

Vice consul 


4,860 
4,860 


rity. 

John A. Lehrs 

Hernan C. Voge- 

nitz. 


Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 


4,860 
4,860 

4,860 


burg. 







FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS NINE 



Nathan Spencer 
Barnes. 

John R. Barry 

Adam Beaumont.. 
Norman J. Bentley. 



Carl Birkeland 

Dwight R. Bishop 

Charles B. BorelL. 

William H. Brown. 

John F. Claffey.... 

Loris F. Craig 

Linton Crook 

Horace C. deBaca.. 

Henry T. Dwyer.. 

Earl Wilbert 
Eaton. 

J. Stanford Ed- 
wards. 

George J. Fridrich, 
Jr. 

Albert A. Giesecke 

Manson Gilbert... 

A. W. J. Grot- 
johan. 

J. Philip Groves ;. 

John Wallace HilL 

Adolph B. Horn... 

FredH. Houck.... 

Robert L. Hunter. 

Russell B. Jordan. 

Erkil. Kapy 

John H. Kemler... 

Bertha M. Kendig 

Chester H. Kim- 



rey. 
Henry G. Krausse. 
Francis A. Lane... 



Aldene Barrington 
Leslie. 



.\ttache.. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Special asst. to act- 
ing public-affairs 
officer. 

Vice consul 

Agricultural oflQcer.. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Econ. analyst 

Vice consul 

Admin, officer 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Special disbursing 

officer. 

Civil attache 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service 

Staff officer. 

Vice consul 

Admin, asst 

Special asst 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Admin, officer 

Vice consul 

Admin, asst... 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Econ. analyst 



Moscow 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Cairo 

Stockholm 

sac Paulo 

London 

Niagara Falls... 

Edinburgh 

Shanghai 

Rome 

Caracas 

Toronto 

Piedras Negras. 

Milan 

Praha 

Lima... 

Vancouver 

Department 

Brussels 

Mexico, D. F.. 

Habana 

Plymouth 

Mexico, D. F... 

Brussels 

Stockholm 

Nanking 

Habana. 

Agua Prieta...: 

Reynosa 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 
Rio de Janeiro. 



May 3, 1919, 
May 6,1941 
tNov. 13, 1946 



Dec. 
Jan. 
tDec. 
July 

Sept. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
tFeb. 
Mar. 
May 



7. 1945 

7. 1946 
5, 1946 

31, 1937 
4, 1946 
23, 1946 

25. 1944 
10, 1946 

26. 1945 

10. 1946 



July 16,1945 

tJuly 1, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 16,1946 
Mar. 1,1945 

tFeb. 10.1946 

tFeb. 10,1946 

June 15,1942 

June 1.3,19.35 

June 20,1946 

May 10. 1946 

Feb. 10,1946 

JApr. 20,1946 

JApr. 21,1946 

June 12,1946 

May 13.1942 
Apr. 12,1945 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 1.3, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 



Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 1.3, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1940 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, ] 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 



4,680 
4,680 
4,680 



4,680 
4,680 
4,680 



4.680 
4,680 
4,680 
4,680 
4,680 

4,680 
4,680 



154 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS OF CLASS NINE — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 
on duty as 

FSS 


Salary 


Frederick R. Man- 
gold. 


Econ. analyst 


Mexico, D.F... 


Nov. 22, 1942 

tFeb. 28,1927 
Sept. 3,1945 

tApr. 21,1946 

{June 14,1928 
June 4, 1946 

May 6,1944 
Dec. 4, 1945 
Sept. 21, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1930 

Oct. 3, 1944 
Mar. 1,1945 
June 29,1937 
tJune 6,1945 
Feb. 10,1946 
Sept. 19, 1946 
Nov. 9,1945 
Feb. 20,1946 
May 3, 1933 

Sept. 12, 1946 

Feb. 19,1946 
Apr. 16,1943 
July 13,1942 
Sept. 6,1945 

June 7,1946 
July 20,1942 

June 10,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Sept. 17,1945 
tNov. 13,1946 

May 30, 1944 
Dec. 10,1944 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Mar. 15, 1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 1,1944 

July 1, 1946 
Nov. 7,1929 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13. 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13,1946 


4,680 
4,680 

4,680 


Roswell D Mc- 


Econ. analyst 

Admin, asst 


Bern 


Clellan. 
Samuel H Mc- 


Rio de Janeiro... 

Vancouver 

Montreal 

Tijuana 


Kimiey. 




Frank Q. Mitchell. 

WOlys A. Myers._. 
Augustus Ostertag- 


Vice consul and 
special disbursing 
agent. 

Vice consul 


4,680 

4,680 
4,680 
4,680 
4,680 

4,680 
4 680 


Vice consul 


Munich 


Attach^ 


Paris 


Harry K. Pang- 
burn. 




Ciudad Juarez.. 

Marseille 

Praha 




Carroll C. Parry... 
George R. Phelan.. 
Ernest V Polutnik 


Vice consul 


Vice consul 


Caracas 


4 680 


Vice consul 


Budapest 

Vienna 


4,680 
4 680 


Mary Jane Porter.. 


Admin, officer 


Jerusalem 










Myron H. Schraud 
Frithjof C. Sig- 

mond. 
Thomas C. Smith.. 

James H. Spitler... 
Philip D. Sumner. 




Monterrey 

Stockholm 

Stockholm 

Belgrade 

Mexico, D.F... 
Madrid 








Vice consul and 
special disbursing 
agent. 


4,680 














Buenos Aires 

Liverpool 

Stockholm 

Shanghai-. 

Rome 




bridge. 
Stephen B . Vaughan. 
Lawrence W von 






Vice consul 


4,680 


Hellens. 
John B. Walker.... 
Rex L Wallick 


Admin, officer 

Admin, officer. 


4,680 
4 680 


Vernon B. Zirkle 


Lisbon 


4,680 


Mary E.Barrett-.. 

Roger P. Carlson.. 
Frank Cussans 


Asst. public-affairs 
officer. 


Shanghai 

Madrid 


4,500 
4,500 


Vice consul 


Bordeaux. 

Milan 


4,500 


Marjorie F. Fer- 
guson. 
Oscar W Fredrick- 


Information officer. . 

Vice consul and 
special disbursing 
agent. 

Vice consul 


4,500 


Brussels 


4,500 


son. 
William B Mur- 


Kingstoh 

Munich 


4,500 


ray. 
Boyce E. Powell... 
Anthony C. Ravel. 


Disbursing officer... 
Admin asst 


4,500 


Rome 


4,500 


Vice consul 


Guadalajara 

Shanghai 

PiedrasNegras.. 


4,500 


zagt. 

Paul Wong 

Harold C. Wood . 


Cartographer 


4,500 
4,500 









RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES ^ 



Adams, Philip 

Adams, Walter A- - 

Alexander, Knox.— 

Armour, Norman 

Armstrong, George Alex- 
ander. 

Balch, Henry H 

Ballantine, Joseph W 

Biar, Herbert C 

Bickers, William A 

Blake, Maxwell 



Bliss, Robert Woods. .. 

Bohr, Frank 

Bouchal, Jotm L 

Boyle, Walter F.. 

Bradford, Robert R 

Brady, Austin C. 

Brand, Norton F 

Brett, Homer 

Briggs, Lawrence P 

Bucklin, George A 

Burri, Alfred T 

Busser, Ralph C 

Byington, Homer M... 

Caldwell, John K 

Calvert, John S 

Carter, James G 

Chamberlin, George E„ 
Chapman, William E.- 
Clark, Reed Paige 

Clum, Harold D 

Cooke, Arthur B 

Cookingham, Harris N. 

Corrigan, John 

Cox, Raymond E 



Cruger, Alexander P 

Cunningham, Edwin S. 

Davis, John K 

Davis, Leslie A 

Davis, Thomas D 

Dawson, Claude L 

Dawson, Leonard G 

Dawson, William 

Dearing, Fred Morris^ _ 
De Vault, Charles L.... 

Dickinson, Horace J 

Donegan, Alfred W 



Class 



VI 

vm...- 



IV. 



Ill 

I 

Unci- 
vil.... 
I 



VII.. 
VI... 

rv... 
v.... 
iii__. 

Unci. 
II.... 
VI... 
III... 

v.... 
III... 
I 



VII. 

I..-. 
I.... 

IV.. 
VI.. 

I-_.. 
III_. 



VI.. 
VII. 

III.. 



Rank in the service 



Consul 

First secretary. 

Consul 

Ambassador 

Consul 



Consul general 

Consul general 

Vice consul 

Consul 

Diplomatic agent 
andconsul general. 



Consul -- 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul— 

C onsu 1 general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Minister 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Ambassador 

Minister 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 



Post where last 
assigned 



London 

Department. 
Edmonton... 

Madrid 

Munich 



Genoa 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Edmonton. 
Tangier 



Buenos Aires 

Sault Ste. Marie. 
Montreal 



Breslau 

Rangoon 

Calgary 

Callao-Lima . 



Wellington 

Basel 

Leipzig... 

Montreal- 

Addis Ababa. - 

Chihuahua 

Tananarive... 

Halifax 

Gibraltar 

Victoria, B. C. 

Rotterdam 

Plymouth 

Singapore 

Durban 

Department.— 



Funchal 

Shanghai — 
Department. 

Glasgow 

St. John, N. 



Barranquilla.- 
Montevideo... 

Stockholm 

Mexico, D. F. 

Antilla 

Basel 



Date of entry 
into service 



Sept. 14, 1922 

Mar. 25, 1914 

Dec. 19,1917 

May 17,1916 

Nov. 5,1924 

July 24,1914 
June 30, 1909 
Sept. 1, 1911 
July 20,1914 
Feb. 3, 1906 



July 
July 
May 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
May 
July 
Apr. 
July 
Jan. 
Dec. 
June 
Sept. 
Nov. 
July 
Oct. 
Feb. 
May 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Sept. 

Oct. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
July 
Oct. 
Mar. 
§Mar. 
Feb. 
July 
May 



1, 1903 

1. 1908 
17, 1912 

12. 1914 
1, 1917 

10. 1917 

2. 1917 

18. 1911 
8, 1914 

16, 1906 

26. 1918 
1,1909 
1,1898 

17, 1906 
1, 1914 
6,1906 
3, 1905 

14, 1916 
4, 1919 
6,1909 

30, 1910 

16, 1910 
6, 1919 
1, 1921 

7, 1907 
16, 1898 
12, 1910 

27. 1912 

26. 1915 
20, 1910 
22, 1918 
28, 1908 
11, 1921 

7. 1918 

6. 1909 
10, 1905 



Date of 
retirement 



July 31 
Mar. 31 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 
Nov. 30, 

Jan. 31 
Jan. 31 
Apr. 30, 
Mar. 31 
Jan. 31 

July 31 
June 30, 
June 30, 
Dec. 31 
June 30, 
May 31 
May 31 
Apr. 30 
Oct. 31 
Dec. 31 
Jan. 31 
Jan. 31 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 31 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 
June 30 
Aug. 31 
Oct. 31 
June 30, 
June 30, 
July 31 
Nov. 30 

Oct. 31 
Dec. 31 
Jan. 31 
Apr. 30, 
Mar. 31 
Aug. 31 
Nov. 30, 
Dec. 31 
June 30 
Oct. 31 
Mar. 31 
Sept. 30, 



1943 
1935 
1945 
1946 

1942 
1946 
1937 
1941 
1941 

1933 
1935 
1935 
1940 
1933 
1942 
1934 
1941 
1935 
1937 
1934 
1940 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1942 
1935 
1940 
1943 
1940 
1934 
1939 
1943 



1935 
1943 
1941 
1944 
1936 



• Under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 3, 1926, Feb. 23, 1931, Apr. 24, 1939, July 19, 1939, or May 
1.3, 1941. 

155 



737422—47- 



-11 



156 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES ^ — Continued 



Class Rank in the service ^°^* Ji^f ^h'^'* ^^^^r'lf/^ 
assigned into service 



Dooman, Eugene H.. 

Dorsey, W. Roderick, 

Doty, William F 

duBois, Coert 

Dunlap, Maurice P. . 
Dwyre, Dudley O 



Dye, Alexander V 

Dye, John W 

Eberhardt, Charles C .... 

Edwards, Clement S 

Engert, Cornelius Van H 

Ferrin, Augustin W 

Ferris, Cornelius 

Fisher, Fred D 

Flood, Peter H. A 



Fox, Ray__ ._ 

France, Leys A... ._ 

Frazer, Robert 

Frost, Wesley 

Qamon, John A 

Gauss, Clarence E 

Gibson, Hugh S., 

Glover, Robert O 

Goforth, Herndon W 

Goold, Herbert S.__ 

Gordon, George A--.. 

Gourley, Louis H 

Grew, Joseph C _ . . 

Grummon, Stuart E 

Halstead, Albert 

Hanna, Margaret M 

Hathaway, Charles M., 
Jr. 

Hawley, Harry F 

Heard, William W 

Heingartner, Robert W.. 

Helzer, Oscar S 

Hengstler, Herbert C 

Henry, Frank Anderson. 

Holland, Philip 

Honaker, Samuel W 

Hoover, Charles L 

Hughes, Thomas L 

Hunt, William H 



vn. 

VII. 

I-.. 



Hurst, Carlton.. 
Iflt, George N... 
Ives, Ernest L... 
Jackson, Jesse B. 



Jenkins, Douglas... 
Johnson, Nelson T. 
Keblinger, Wilbur.. 



Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul.. _ 

Counselor of em- 
bassy and consul 
general. 

Cml. attachS 

Consul general 

Minister 

Consul 

Minister 

Consul.. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Consul 

Minister 

Ambassador 

Consul general 

Ambassador 

Ambassador 

Cml. attache _. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Minister 

Consul- 

Ambassador 

First secretary 

Consul general 

Consul... 

Consul general 



Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 



Minister 

Minister.. 

Consul general. 



Department. 



Genoa 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Department 

Bergen 

Montevideo .. 



Dept. of Commerce. 

Nassau 

San Jos6 

Bradford 

Kabul 

Montevideo. 

Dublin _ 

Nassau 

Ciudad Ju&rez 



Habana 

Winnipeg 

San Salvador. 

Asuncion 

Marseille. 

Chungking.... 

Brussels 

Montevideo.. 

Cartagena 

Department.. 
Department.. 
Department.. 
Department... 
Department... 

London 

Geneva 

Munich 



Bilbao 

Department.... 

Regina.. 

Algiers 

Toronto 

Port Elizabeth. 

Liverpool 

Department 

Hong Kong 

Vancouver 

Monrovia 



Cherbourg 

Ghent 

Belfast...- 

Fort William and 
Port Arthur. 

La Paz, Bolivia 

Australia 

Ham burg 



Apr. 27,1912 

Mar. 8,1907 
Aug. 5,1902 
Sept. 28, 1919 
Apr. 1, 1915 
Oct. 6, 1919 



§July 1, 1939 
July 21,1906 
Oct. 31,1904 
Mar. 15, 1911 
Apr. 24,1912 
June 23,1924 
Sept. 27, 1909 
Sept. 2,1901 
July 26,1920 



Sept. 

§July 
July 
Apr. 
May 
June 
Aug. 
July 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
July 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Apr. 

§July 
Sept. 



27, 1920 
1, 1939 

16. 1909 
29,1912 
12, 1914 

7. 1907 

5. 1908 
1, 19.39 
1,1919 

20. 1910 
18, 1920 

1,1913 
3, 1904 
15, 1924 
18, 1906 
13, 1937 

16. 1911 



Nov. 1,1909 
June 27,1912 
Mar. 25, 1904 
Aug. 1, 1906 
§June 10,1936 
Oct. 1,1912 
Mar. 30, 1910 
Mar. 4,1913 
June 29,1909 
July 1, 1939 
May 18, 1899 

May 1, 1914 
May 20,1905 
June 15,1909 
IMar. 17, 1905 

July 1. 1908 
Aug. 27,1907 
May 15,1914 



1 Under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 3, 1926, Feb. 23, 1931, Apr. 24, 1939, July 19, 1939, or 
May 13, 1941, 



RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 157 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES * Continued 



Class Rank in the service 



Post where last 



Date of entry 
into service 



Date of 
retirement 



Keena, LeoJ 

Kelley, Robert F 


I 

I 

n.. 

VII 


Kemper, Graham H 

Kendrick, Stephen E. C. 
Kirk Alexander C 


Lee, Samuel T 

Leonard, Walter A 


I 

III 

I... 

II 

I.- 


Linnell, Irving N 


Lockhart, Frank P 


Luedtke, Charles L 

MacEachran, Clinton E.. 

Macgowan, David B 

MacLean, H. Coit 

MacMurray John Van A 


V 

IV 

Ill 

II 


MacVeagh, John H 

MacVitty, Karl deO 

Magnuson, Erik W.. 

Magruder, Alexander R_. 

Makinson, George A 

Marsh, 0. Gaylord- 

Masuret, Eugene A 

Mayer Ferdinand L 


V 

Ill 

IV - 

I 

II 

III 

Unci.... 


Ma^Tiard Lester 


Ill 

VI 

VI 

VII 

III 

V 

VII 

II 

m 


McCafterty, William J... 
McConnico, Andrew J... 

Meinhardt, Carl D 

Memminger, Lucien 

Milbourne, Harvey Lee.. 

Miller, Hugh S 


M inter, John R 


Moorhead, Maxwell K... 


Myers, David J. D 

Nasmith, Chai'les Roy... 

Nathan, Edward I 

Osborne, John Ball 

Patton, Kenneth S 


IV 

IV 

IV 

II 


Peck, Willys R. .. 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 

Philip, Hoffman 


I 

I 


Phillips William 




Pinkerton, Julian L 


VI 

IV 

V 

III 

VIII.... 

Ill 


Play ter, Harold 


Ramsay, Hugh F 


Randolph, John 



Minister 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Am bassador 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

C onsul general 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Ambassador 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Ambassador 

Second secretary 

Consul general 

Consul -. 

Counselor of legation. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Vice cousul 

Minister 

Consul general 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul general 

Ambassador 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul general 

Consul general. 

Minister 

Consul general 

Counselor of lega- 
tion. 

Ambassador 

Ambassador — 

Consul 

Consul general 

ConsuL. 

Consul general 



Pretoria- 
Ankara.. 



Rome 

Department. 



Rio de Janeiro. 

Tallinn 

Antwerp 

Capetown 

Department.... 



Guatemala... 
Department. 

Halifax 

Bern 

Department- 



.\nkara 

Department — 

Alexandria 

Adelaide 

Lisbon 

Barcelona 

Seoul 

Paris. 

Port-au-Prince. 

Copenhagen 

San Salvador... 

Hull 

Shanghai 

Paramaribo 

Chungking 



Yarmouth... 
Department. 



Istanbul 

Tehran 

Department. 
Edinburgh... 
MonteiTey... 

Budapest 

Wellington... 
Department. 
Department. 



Consul- 



Santiago 

Rome 

Department 

Liverpool 

Newcastle-on-TjTie. 
Florence and San 
Marino. 

Habana 

Edmonton 



June 28,1909 

June 15,1937 

Sept. 18, 1911 

June 15,1919 

Mar. 2,1915 

Aug. 28, 1907 

Aug. 7, 1907 

June 15,1909 

Oct. 21,1914 

July 1, 1925 

July 29,1914 

July 1, 1939 

§June 19,1934 

Dec. 24, 1915 

July 1, 19.39 



May 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
§July 
Aug. 
June 
Apr. 
June 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 



10, 1907 
12, 1921 
23, 1917 
6, 1919 
11, 1909 
7, 1909 
1, 1915 
1, 1939 
7, 1916 
27, 1906 
16,1917 
28, 1909 
20, 1912 
27, 1907 
12, 1919 



Mar. 1, 1921 
§June 4, 1940 

June 26,1905 
Mar. 22, 1929 
Sept. 7,1912 
Feb. 8, 1907 
Nov. 23, 1907 
§May 18,1905 
July 1. 1908 
Dec. 31, 1906 
Jan. 29,1929 

Nov. 27,J901 
§Aug. 4, 1936 
Jan. 10, 1920 
Oct. 1, 1914 
Sept. 28, 1919 
Mar. 26, 1915 



Apr. 30,1943 
Mar. 31, 1945 

May 31, 1941 
June 30,1945 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Mar. 31, 1936 
Apr. 30,1941 
July 31,1934 
June 30,1945 
Oct. 31, 1946 

Nov. 30, 1945 
June 30, 1944 
.lug. 31,1941 
June 30,1935 
Nov. 30, 1946 

Feb. 29,1944 
Dec. 31,1940 
Dec. 31, 1944 
Dec. 31,1945 
Oct. 31, 1935 
Nov. 30, 1944 
Jan. 31,1942 
Mar. 31, 1942 
Dec. 31, 1940 
Dec. 31, 1937 
June 30, 1935 
.\ug. 31,1936 
Apr. 30.1936 
Aug. 31, 1944 
Apr. 30, 1946 

July 31,1941 
Nov. 30, 1946 

June 30, 1937 
June 30,1946 
Apr. 30,1936 
Nov. 30, 1946 
Apr. 30,1937 
June 30,1933 
Dec. 31,1945 
Dec. 31,1945 
Mar. 31,1946 

Oct. 31,1937 
Feb. 28. 19422 
Nov. 30, 1944 
Oct. 31,1943 
Oct. 31, 1942 
Aug. 31, 1941 



Oct. 1, 1926 Feb. 28, : 
§Sept. 2, 1916 June 30. 1943 

1 Under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 3, 1926, Feb. 23, 1931, Apr. 24, 1939. July 19, 1939, or 
May 13, 1941. 

2 Recalled to active duty Dec. 18, 1942; returned to retirement status Sept. 30, 1944. 



158 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES ^ — continued 



Ravndal, Gabriel Bie- 
Reineek, Walters 



Remillard, Horace 

Robertson, William H- 
Salisbury, Laurence E. 
Sauer, Emil 



Schoellkopf, Walter H. 
Schott, William W.... 

Seltzer, George E 

Shaw, G. Howland 

Skinner, Robert P 

Slater, Fred C 

Smith, A. Viola. 

Southard, Addison E-. 

Spamer, Carl 

Sterling, Frederick A.. 

Stewart, Francis R 

Stewart, James B 

Sturgeon, Leo D 



Swenson, Laurits S 

Swift, Merritt-. 

Talbott. Sheridan 

Totten, Raiph J.... 

Tredwell, Roger C 

von Tresckow, Egmont C. 
Wadsworth, Craig W 



Waterman, Henry S 

Watson, Hugh H..__ 

Weddell, Alexander W... 

Wheeler, Post 

White, John Campbell... 
Wiley, Samuel Hamilton. 

Williams, Frank S... 

Williamson, Harold L 

Willson, Gilbert R 

Wilson, Charles S 

Wilson, Hugh R 

Wilson, Orme 

Wilson, Thomas M 

Wilson, Warden McK.... 
Winslow, Rollin R 



Woleott, Henry M 

Woodward, O. Carlton. 

Yerby, William J._ 

Yost, Bartley F 

Young, James B 

Zapf, Lacey C 



IV_. 
IV.. 
VII. 
I.... 



vin_ 

V... 

I 

VI... 



IV... 
VIII. 
VII.. 

v.... 

IL... 
II.... 



Rank in the service 



Consul general 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Consul 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul general 

First secretary 

First secretary 

Consul. 

Consul general 

Ambassador. _ 

Consul. 

Consul.. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Minister 

Consul 

Ambassador 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Minister 

First secretary 

Consul 

Minister 

Consul general 

Consul. 

Counselor of lega- 
tion. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Ambassador. 

Minister ._ 

Ambassador 

Consul general 

Consul. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Minister 

Ambassador 

Ambassador _ 

Minister _ 

First secretary 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Cml. attache 



Post where last 
assigned 



Berlin. _ 

Berlin 

N ice and Monaco . 

Halifax 

Department 

Frankfort on the 
Main. 

Madrid 

Athens. 

St. Michael.. 

Department 

Istanbul 

Sarnia 

Department 

Department 

Nagasaki.. 

Stockholm 

Venice 

Managua 

Yokohama 

The Hague 

Stockholm 

Cardiff 

Pretoria 

Stockholm... 

St. John, N. B 

Lima 

Monterrey 

Glasgow. 

Madrid 

Tirana 

Lima. 

Algiers 

Department 

Bordeaux 

Piedras Negras 

Belgrade. 

Berlin 

Port-au-Prince 

Department... 

Department 

Addis Ababa 

Tenerife 

Prince Rupert 

Nantes 

Cologne... 

Department 

Canberra—. 



Date of entry Date of 
into service retirement 



Jan. 24,1898 
Oct. 1, 1914 

Aug. 24, 1909 
§Sept. 4,1907 
June 29, 1920 
Sept. 18, 1911 

Sept. 12, 1919 
Aug. 16,1922 
Oct. 14,1918 
May 29,1918 
Jan. 4, 1898 
July 16,1909 
July 1, 1939 
§Sept. 26, 1916 
§Oct. 6, 1919 
Mar. 2,1911 
Jan. 16,1911 
Aug. 18, 1915 
Oct. 30, 1920 

§Oct. 8, 1921 
Dec. 26, 1916 
Nov. 16, 1923 
July 1, 1908 
Apr. 28,1909 
July 6,1921 

§Sept. 23, 1912 



Jan. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
July 
May 
June 
July 
Jan. 
Oct. 
July 
§Jan. 
May 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 



25, 1917 
10, 1906 
11, 1910 
23, 1906 
25, 1914 
23, 1914 
1, 1939 
28, 1919 
6, 1917 
1, 1901 
17, 1938 
1, 1920 
6, 1919 
31, 1921 
1, 1920 



June 9, 1900 
June 10, 1904 
July 25, 1906 
Oct. 26,1908 
July 27, 1909 
July 1, 1939 



•Under the provisions of the acts of May, 1924, July 3, 1926, Feb. 23, 1931, Apr. 24, 1939, July 19, 1939, or May 
18, 1941. 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Page 

Aber, JohnE 50 

Abbey, Glenn A. 59,113 

Abbott, Arthur S 11 

Abbott, George M 19,113 

Abbott, Wainwright 20,110 

Abies, James Q 18 

Achilles, Theodore C... 3,113 

Ackerman, John B 26 

Ackerman, Ralph H 56,106 

Aekerson, Garret G., Jr 15,114 

Acly, R. Austin 52,117 

Adair, Charles W., Jr 56,126 

Adam, Hector C, Jr 16,121 

Adams, Charles C, Jr 26 

Adams, Clarence T 46 

Adams, John Clarke 34,148 

Adams, Philip 155 

Adams, Robert W _ 6,129 

Adams, Walter A --- 155 

Adams, Ware 3, 113 

Affeld, William C, Jr 56,121 

Aguirre, Stephen E 38,117 

Ailshie, William K_ 42,117 

Ainsworth.H. Gardner 34,126 

Alberts, Hugo W 16,17,146 

Aldrich, Harry S .- 10 

Alexander, Knox 155 

Alfsen, Fritz A. M... 48,121 

Allen, Arthur Potter 21 

Allen, Charles W 7,150 

Allen, Charles Y 26 

Allen, Eleanor Wyllys 40,142 

Allen, Francis Olcott 17,141 

Allen, George V 32,103 

Ailing, Paul H 39,108 

Allison, John M 56,114 

Allport, Mildred B,. _ 50,141 

Alsterlund, Norah.._. 26 

Altafler, Leland C 46 

Altaffer, Maurice W _ 23,108 

Anderberg, Edward, Jr 10,142 

Andersen, Henry Testman... 13 

Anderson, Charles W 35 

Anderson, Daniel V 48,117 

Anderson, Edward 4,117 

Anderson, Hilda M_.. 10 

Anderson, James W., Jr 55 

Anderson, John W 40 

Anderson, Orville C 34,138 

Anderson, Robert. 12 

Anderson, Samuel C 10 

Anderson, Stewart G.. 54,127 

Anderson, W. Stratton, Jr... 25, 121 
Anderson, William O 52 



Andrews, George D 45,114 

Andrews, Laurence E 25,148 

Andrews, Robert C 54 

Apodaca, Joseph Louis 1,138 

Armenta, J. Anthony 13 

Armijo, Patrick Henry 13 

Armour, Norman 155 

Armstrong, Clare H.. 4,37 

Armstrong, Frederic S., Jr. . 24, 132 
Armstrong, George Alexander. 155 

Armstrong, Henry J 54 

Armstrong, Lawrence S 46,121 

Armstrong, Oscar V 11,132 

Arnold, Henry F 19,141 

Arnold, Robert C 3 

Asher, Robert E 24,144 

Aspy, Richard Edmund 24 

Atcheson, George, Jr 59,105 

Atherton, Ray 7,103 

Atkins, James G 31 

Ayer, William Francis 26 

Baber, Powhatan M 52 

Bach, Morton 50, 146 

Backe, Sverre M 24,143 

Bacon, J. Kenly 8,114 

Bacon, Leonard L 50,150 

Bacon, Noel R 17 

Bacon, Robert 6 

Bagby, Philip H 56,127 

Bailey, Eldon L. 24, 138 

Bailey, E. Tomlin... 24, 117 

Bailey, John W., Jr 9,108 

Bailey, Robert O 43 

Bailey, Waldo E 47,121 

Bailey, Walter H 23 

Balch, Henry H 155 

Baldwin, Charles F... 42, 138 

Baldwin, La Verne 55,114 

Ballantine, Joseph W 155 

Ballentine, Douglass K 1 

Bandy, Alvin E 46 

Bankhead, Henry M 7,105 

Bankhead, John L 7,121 

Barbour, Walworth 55,114 

Barghoorn, Frederick C 53, 150 

Barker, Edmund O 47 

Barker, Russell H 50,142 

Barlow, Alfred M.. 37,139 

Barnes, Curtis Waldo 55,148 

Barnes, Maynard B 6,105 

Barnes, Nathan Spencer 53, 153 

Barnes, William 46,125 

Bamett, James D 31 

Barrett, David D 10 



Barrett, Mary E 12,154 

Barringer, Henry C 64 

Barrow, John R., Jr 61 

Barry, John R 8,163 

Bartelt, John R., Jr... 28 

Barton, Jack E 6 

Baruch, Herman B 48 

Basile, David G 16,145 

Bastianello, Raymond 33 

Bates, Quentin R 7,134 

Batterton, Boeker 14 

Baxter, Jean E. N.... 35 

Bay, Charles A 35,108 

Bay, Charles U 42 

Bay, R.John 28 

Beach, William H 18,110 

Beal, Williams.. 54,134 

Beam, Jacob D 22,114 

Beaudry, Robert M 33,135 

Beaulac, Willard L 43,103 

Beaumont, Adam 8, 153 

Beck, William H 27,108 

Bedford, John P.. 39 

Beebe, John E., Jr 10 

Beede, Kenneth Charles 40,146 

Beggs, Albert Ivan 44 

Beghtol, Robert W 24 

Behr, Frederic H., Jr 8 

Belcher, Taylor Q.... 38 

Belin, Peter 26 

Bell, Harry H... 20,132 

Belovsky, Sidney A... 8,113 

Belton, William 6,121 

Benet, Edward S 38,151 

Benjamin, Louis K 25,147 

Bennett, Clarence W 31 

Bennett, Josiah W 12,151 

Benninghoff, H. Merrell 11,110 

Benson, Barry T 41,117 

Bentley, Alvin M. 31, 129 

Bentley, Norman J 17, 153 

Benton, J. Webb 39,108 

Benton, Russell W 24,121 

Bergen, Tallmadge 32,150 

Berger, David G 59,111 

Berger, Samuel D. 25,139 

Bergesen, Alf O. R. 42 

Bergman, Edward B 27,135 

Bergus, Donald C 36,134 

Berkley, George A 49 

Bernbaum, Maurice M 41,122 

Berry, Burton Y 46,113 

Berry, Carl Z 26 

Berry, Kearie Lee 10 

159 



160 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 7 



Pag-e 

Berry, Robert M 23,131 

Bertot, Raoul A 15 

Betts, Thomas J 45 

Beurket, George S 13 

Bevcrstock, Roswell C 41,122 

Beyer, Roland K 22,125 

Beyerly, Harold S 40,152 

Beylard, Charles B 21 

Biar, Herbert C 155 

Bickers, William A 155 

Biebers, Carl, Jr 23 

Bigelow, Donald F.. 31,108 

Bingham, George R.. 9 

Binney, Arthur F,.. 13, 18, 29, 30, 41 

Birch, John A 49, 140 

Blrdsall, Paul 21 

Birge, Walter W., Jr 15, 127 

Birgfeld, Clarence E 9,139 

Birkeland, Carl... 49,153 

Birkeland, Joran J 15,143 

Bishop, Dwight R 6,153 

Bishop, Harry S 51 

Bishop, Max Waldo 59,114 

Bissell, Clayton L... 26 

Black, John T 22,142 

Black, Myron L. 34,138 

Black, Robert 55 

Blackmun, Martin Q 2 

Blake, Evernghim 23 

Blake, Gilson O 9,113 

Blake, M. Williams 45, 122 

Blake, Maxwell.. 155 

Blake, Ralph J 12, 117 

Blancke, W. Wendell 23,129 

Blankinship, Byron E 48,127 

Blatchford, Edward W 42 

Bliss, Burdett B 6 

Bliss, Don C._ 24, 108 

Bliss, Robert Woods 155 

Block, Ralph 31,138 

Blocker, V. Harwood 38,127 

Blocker, William P 42,106 

Blodgett, John Q. 49, 135 

Blohm, Lee R._ 29, 117 

Bloodworth, Thomas S., Jr. 32,135 

Bloom, Hyman 11 

Bloomingdale, Donald-. 20 

Blow, Stuart 56,129 

Blue, William L 35,127 

Boeck, Alvord L 16,146 

Boehringer, Carl H 10,117 

Boernstein, Ralph A .\.. 8,117 

Bogardus, George F 15,127 

Boggs, Adelbert D 16 

Bohan, Merwin L 37,107 

Bohlen, Charles E 56,108 

Bohne, Frederick A 8,152 

Bohr, Frank 155 

Bollenbach, Ronald O 53 

Bolster, Horace G 32,140 

Bomar, Ernest C 26 

Bon, David M 13 

Bonbright, James C. H 19,111 

Bond, Elizabeth M _ 3,143 

Bond, NilesW 47,122 



Pagi 

Boning, William J 30,142 

Bonnet, Ellis A !...._ 28,117 

Bonsai, Philip W 47,114 

Boonstra, Clarence A 9,140 

Booth, Charles W 32 

Booth, E. Eleanor 2 

Borell, Charles B 25,153 

Borum, Neal D 4,149 

Boswell, William 0__ _._ 3,122 

Bouchal, John L 155 

Bouchard, Marybelle 11 

Boucher, Hiram A 5,108 

Bovey, John A., Jr 40 

Bower, Roy E.B 32,114 

Bowers, Claude G 9 

Bowie, Thomas D.._ 21,129 

Bowley, Freeman W., Jr 45 

Bowlmg, JohnW 28,130 

Bowman, Heath 9,141 

Bowman, Howard A.. 45, 122 

Bowman, Thomas D 11 

Boyce, Richard F 2,105,111 

Boyd, James W 41 

Boyd, Nathalie D 27 

Boyle, Walter F 155 

Bracken, Katherine W 29, 129 

Braddock, Daniel M 56,111 

Bradford, Leonard G 21 

Bradford, Robert R 155 

Bradley, John E 10 

Brady, Austin C 155 

Brady, Leslie Snowden 20, 142 

Brady, Parke B 40 

Bragonier, Reginald, Jr 42, 1 18 

Brand, Norton F 155 

Brand, Robert A 34,136 

Brandin, Robert M 56,127 

Brandon, Howard... 22,132 

Brandt, George L 35,105 

Brannon, Ben Franklin 36 

Braun, Horace Harper 37,148 

Bream, Gray 15,127 

Breaux, Clarence T 1,132 

Brennan, James V 52 

Brett, Homer 155 

Breuer, Carl 56,122 

Brewster, Herbert D 36, 1 32 

Brewster, William L 38,132 

Bridge, H. P.. - 41 

Bridgett, W. Charles 29,150 

Briggs, Ellis O 56,105 

Briggs, Lawrence P 155 

Briggs, William T._ _ 16, 132 

Brine, Paul F 21 

Brist, George L.. 8,150 

Broderick, Maurice J... 43,129 

Brookhart, Charles E. 27,118 

Brooks, Clarence C __ 5,108 

Brooks, Russell M 21,113 

Brown, Aaron S 13,122 

Brown, Dorothy T.. 7 

Brown, Emerson I 5,145 

Brown, James E., Jr 54,114 

Brown, Lewis D... 4,136 

Brown, Nathan A 30 



Page 

Brown, Orville 2,144 

Brown, Robert C 36,51 

Brown, Robert L 22 

Brown, Robert Y 44,114 

Brown, Stephen C 11,122 

Brown, Willard O 44,149 

Brown, William H 8, 153 

Browne, Albert S 5,151 

Browne, Sidney H 59,114 

Bruins, John H 15,111 

Bruner, Glen W 59,122 

Brj-ning, Lora C 4,132 

Buchanan, Edwin A 10 

Buckingham, Everett M 4* 

Buckland, Sherwood E. 7 

Bucklin, George A _ 155 

Budz, Andrew D., Jr 16 

Buell, Robert L.._ 20.118 

Bugbee, Howard C 25, 145 

Buhrman, Parker W. 59,108 

Buhk, Joseph J ___ 53,142 

Bulkley, Dwight 47 

Bunce, Arthur C 60,144 

Burdett, William C, Jr 33,129 

Burger, Roy E 56, 139 

Burke, Gordon L 11,122 

Burke, Thomas Edmund 23 

Burlingame, Robert S 2,140 

Burns, Findley, Jr 45,127 

Bums, John H_ 5,127 

Burri, Alfred T 155 

Burrows, Charles R 1,122 

Bursley, Gilbert E 51 

Bursley, Herbert S 51, 107 

Burt, Joseph F 45, 113 

Busch, Homer F 30 

Bush, Guy Louis... 5,145 

Bushner, Rolland H 59,136 

Busser, Ralph C 155 

Busser, Wilham F 37,122 

Buta, Serafin S 46, 143 

Butler, George H 16,103 

Butler, Robert 2 

Butrick, Richard P 58,106 

Butterworth, William W., Jr. 9, 108 

Buttles, Bruce... 53 

Buzbee, Hubert H. , Jr 22 

Byington, Homer M 155 

Byington, Homer M., Jr 34, 111 

BjTd, Richard W 21,118 

Byrne, James M 50,129 

Byrne, John D 49 

BjTns, Kenneth A 52, 127 

Cabot, John M 55,108 

Caddock, Charles T 22,142 

Caffery, Jefferson 19, 103 

Cahn, Rudolf E 5,153 

Calder, A. Bland ' 9, 111 

Calder, Donald B 25,126 

Calder, F. Willard 27,150 

Calderhead, William D 48 

Caldwell, Charles H 2 

Caldwell, George W., Jr 15, 150 

Caldwell, John K 155 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



161 



Caldwell, Robert W 29 

Caldwell, William S 34,136 

Calhoun, John A 23,127 

Callahan, James E 7,148 

Callanan, Leo J 7,111 

Calvert, John S 155 

Cameron, Tm-ner C, Jr 19, 147 

Camp, Miriam 25, 148 

Campbell, John W 13, 142 

Campbell, Stephen J 21 

Campbell, William A 3S 

Campen, Thomas S 43, 122 

Cannon, Cavendish W 45,111 

Cannon, Claude Marcus 36,146 

Cannon, Henry B 25,150 

Cannon, Marie Willis 48, 150 

Canter, Jacob 41,141 

Canty, George R- 56,108 

Caple, Charles E 31 

Carlson, Delmar R 24 

Carlson, Harold 49, 153 

Carlson, Harry E 31, 108 

Carlson, Herbert W 25, 150 

Carlson, Richard W 27 

Carlson, Roger P 48,154 

Carnahan, George 4,129 

Carpenter, Gardner C... 23,56,131 

Carr, Robert M 56, 114 

Carrier, John X 20,132 

Carrigan, John Willard 13,118 

Carruth, Tom M.... 40 

Carsey, William A. 38 

Carson, Charles C... 8,129 

Carson, Marion... 39 

Carter, Albert E 13,141 

Carter, Craig W 10 

Carter, Henry H 6,141 

Carter, James G 155 

Carter, James R 36,142 

Casey, Edward R 14,16,30 

Cashin, Robert E 51, 134 

Castillo, Jay 46,141 

Castleman, Reginald S 48, 113 

Caswell, Leonard N 23,143 

Catlett, Don V 4, 127 

Catto, Robert J 12 

Cavanaugh, Robert J 28, 127 

Certosimo, Antonio 38 

Chalker, Robert P 23,122 

Chamberlin, George E 155 

Chandler, Herbert C 26 

Chanler, Hubert W. 34 

Chapin, Selden 56,105 

Chapin, Vinton. __ 39,111 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 56,114 

Chapman, William E 155 

Chartrand, Stanley R 32,143 

Chase, Augustus S 9,114 

Chase, Warren M 22,111 

Chase, Wilbur P 33,132 

Cheatle, F. Edgar 50 

Chengelis, Chris 48 

Chestem, Abner K....- 42, 146 

ChUd, Elizabeth 7 



Child, Sargent B.... 25,138 

Childs, Archie W 56,111 

Childs, J. Rives... 47,55,103 

Childs, Prescott 14,111 

Chipman, Norris B 19,118 

Chmar, Paul 45 

Christensen, Keld 7,129 

Christensen, William H 21,127 

Christiani, Courtland 28 

Christopherson, Carl E 56,118 

Chuck, Fong. 11 

Chylinski, Thaddeus H 45 

Cizauskas, Albert C 40 

Clafley, John F 26.153 

Clagett, John H 42,129 

Clark, David M 1,122 

Clark, DuWayne G 5,114,129 

Clark, Edward W 42 

Clark, Gilbert Edward 32,143 

Clark, Harlan B 47,118 

Clark, LewB. 37,139 

Clark, Lewis 24,109 

Clark, Reed Paige... 155 

Clark, Robert A., Jr 56 

Clark, S. Wilson.... 13 

Clarke, Wallace 24, 143 

Clay, AVileyT 6 

Cleaver, Edward B 31 

Cleland, Joseph P 9 

Cleveland, Stanley M 6,136 

Clough, Ernest L 34 

Clough, Ralph N 11,127 

Cloutier, Harry H 10 

Clubb, Oliver Edmund 59,111 

Clum, Harold D 155 

Cobb, Carroll E 13,132 

Cobb, William B., Jr 14 

Cochran, H. Merle 58,105 

Cochran, John K 12 

Cochran, William P., Jr 22, 111 

Codispoti, Gildo S 9 

Codoner, Manuel J 55,150 

Cody, Morrill 37,139 

Coe, Everett. 45 

Coe, Robert D 25,114 

Coffey, Alfred E 14 

Coffey, John Pershing 12 

Cofley, Robert Lewis, Jr 9 

Coffin, David P 12,132 

Cohan, Avery B 50,151 

Cohen, Alex A 13 

Colcaire, Oscar 50 

Cole, Felix 18,103 

Cole, Thomas J 14,150 

Cole, William E., Jr 59, 122 

Colebrook, Mulford A 25,122 

Coleman, Edwm S_ 25 

Colladay, Montgomery H... 33,114 

Collins, Atwood, 2d... 59 

Collins, James A., Jr 35 

Collins, John W 10 

Collins, Ralph S.- 23 

Collins, Ross L 26 

Collins, V. Lansing, Jr 42, 125 

Collon, John Francis 17 



Colman, George T 6 

Colombat, Francis Henry... 20,130 

Colquitt, Adrian B 56,125 

Comiskey, Stephen A 48 

Conklin, Franklin, 3d 1,148 

Conkright, William A. 37,140 

Comiell, Richard M 12,138 

Connelly, Bernard C 56,118 

Cormelly, Charles H 53 

Connelly, Stanley W 49 

Conner. Jack E 5,136 

Connors, W. Bradley 11,140 

Conover, Harry 49, 145 

Conover, Lewis G 24 

Conradi, Arthur, Jr 49 

Constan, Peter... 55,150 

Cook, Arthur D 45 

Cooke, Arthur B.._. 155 

Cooke, Paul D 14 

Cooke, William R., Jr 5 

Cookingham, Harris N 155 

Cookson, Forrest E 41 

Cooper, Charles A. 59,125 

Cooper, Prentice 43 

Cootes, Merritt N 53,118 

Copans, Simon J. 20,142 

Cope, A. John, Jr 14,130 

Corbett, James B 2 

Corcoran, William W 49,114 

Correll, John F 52,150 

Corrigan, Frank P 54 

Corrigan, John. 155 

Corrigan, Robert F 23, 132 

Cortada, James N 14 

Cory, Thomas J 125 

Cory, William R 29 

Cosby, Miller H 53 

Costanzo, Joseph B 35, 141 

Cottam, Howard R 34,139 

Cottell, Philip G 42 

CottreU, Sterling J... 13, 16, 54, 142 

Coudray, Robert C 11 

Coughlin, Richard J 22 

Coville, Cabot 59,111 

Covington, Ben W 10 

Cowan, Robert T.. 56,122 

Cowles, C. William 2 

Cowles, Leon L.... 42,122 

Cox, Raymond E 155 

Coyle, JohnJ 25,150 

Craig, Loris F 12,153 

Grain, Earl T 9, 118 

Crane, Ray H_. 6 

Crawford, J. Forrest 32,147 

Crawford, William A. 53,127 

Cresswell, John R 51,142 

Crocker, Carson O 1,148 

Crocker, Edward S., 2d 45, 109 

Crockett, James 53 

Crockett , Kennedy M 30 

Cromie, Leonard J 29,126 

Cromwell, Richard O. 1,146 

Crook, Lmton 34,153 

Crooks, Bruce R 1,134 



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Page 

Cross, Cecil M. P 6,107 

Crowley, Edwin D__._ 21,136 

Cruger, Alexander P-.. _ 155 

Crume, John B 32,134 

Cuffe, Edward D 11,148 

Cullen, Thomas F 44 

Culley, Perry Hager 20,151 

Cunningham, Edwin S 155 

Cunningham, Frederick J... 49, 122 
Cunningham, H. Francis, Jr. 56, 122 
Cunningham, Robert Roy. . . 60 

Curren, Ralph B 17, 

18,31,32,33,36,47,51,139 

Curtis, Qlion, Jr.... 47,118 

Cussans, Frank. 21,154 

Cyphers, Dudley E 8 

Daggett, Forrest N.. ..._ 3, 130 

Dahl, Basil D 15,114 

Dale, Martin B 2,141 

Dale, William Norris 15, 134 

Dalferes, Sabin J 20,150 

Damon, George H 52,141 

D am ron, Everett L.- 28 

Daniels, Paul C 5, 109 

Dau, Frederick J 10 

Daughtrey, James R 40 

Davenport, Philip M 14,122 

Davies, John, Jr. 53,114 

Davies, Rodger P 47,136 

Davis, Bainbridge C 54, 140 

Davis, Edwin 31, 150 

Davis, John K 155 

Davis, Leslie A. 155 

Davis, Monnett B 11,105 

Davis, Nathaniel P -.- 44,105 

Davis, Richard H 56,124 

Davis, Roy Leonard 43 

Davis, Thomas D. 155 

Davit, Alexander J. 51,132 

Dawson, Allan 56,113 

Dawson, Claude I_ 155 

Dawson, Leonard O. 155 

Dawson, Owen L. 9,109 

Dawson, William 155 

Day, Henry B... 26,114 

Day, Samuel H 31,109 

Daymont, Laurence J 20, 151 

Deak, Francis 3, 

6,15,22,31,46,49,55,145 

Dean, Emily N... 52 

Dean , Robert William 59 

Dearing, Fred Morris.. 155 

De Armas, Louis H i-'i 

de Baca, Horace C 55,153 

de Bameville, Maurice F.... 50, 151 

DeCourcy, William E 56, 107 

Degan, JohnJ 23 

de Lambert, Richard M 43, 113 

Delgado-Arias, D. Eugene.. 54, 141 

de Lima, David A.. 43,148 

Denby, James Orr 3,111 

Denisevich, Peter 53 

Dennis, Alfred P 42 

Derrick, Marvin A 37, 150 



Page 

Derry, Charles H 2,113 

Desmond, Richard C 20,132 

Desvernine, Eugene 14,150 

Detels, Martin P., Jr 27. 136 

De Tolly, Nicholas S 53 

De Vault, Charles L 155 

Devine, John E 17,151 

Devine, Mark A., Jr 29 

Dewey, Allen L... 8 

Deyman, Philbert.. 17 

de Zengotita, Juan 37, 127 

Diamond, Jay George 23, 147 

Dick, Harrison L 22 

Dick, HasellH 22,111 

Dickerson, Charles E., Jr... 45, 109 

Dickey, Woodrow W _ 34 

Dickinson, Dwight.. 38, 132 

Dickinson, Horace J 155 

Dickover, Erie R 56,105 

Dickson, WiUiam F 31,139 

Dillingham, Sherburne 56,118 

Dillon, Thomas P 45, 127 

Dix, Adele 20 

Doerfltnger, Oscar M 9 

Don, Stuart W 26 

Donald, George K 28,108 

Donald, Richard H 18,136 

Donaldson, Harry M 8,122 

Donegan, Alfred W 155 

Donell, Ballard R 26 

Donnelley, Dixon 37,141 

Donnelly, Walter J 43,107 

Donovan, Andrew E., 2d-.. 29,118 

Donovan, Howard 56,109 

Donovan, Stanley J 1 2 

Donovan, Thomas A 15,134 

Dooher, Gerald F. P 32 

Doolittle, Hooker A 17, 110 

Dooman, Eugene H 156 

Dorr, Robert J 5,134 

Dorsay, Elmer S. 21,141 

Dorsey, W. Roderick 156 

Dorsz, Edmund J 45,114 

Doten, Dana M 7,140 

Doty, William F.... 156 

Dougherty, Joseph L 7,150 

Dougherty, Malcolm R 23 

Dougherty, William H 53 

Douglass, William B., Jr 16 

Dow, Edward A., Jr... 7,122 

Dowling, Walter C 56,118 

Downs, Donald P 55,132 

Doyle, Albert M.... 40,109 

Dozier, Thomas A. 43,140 

Dreher, Robert H... 54 

Drew, Gerald A 19,111 

Dreyfus, Louis O., Jr 49,103 

Driver, Thomas T 12,141 

Drumright, Everett F 25,111 

Dubas, Floyd J 45,148 

DuBois, Arden Edward 6 

du Bois, Coert 156 

Ducote, Charles H 19,114 

Duffle, Claire A. P 48 

Duffleld, Thomas J., Jr 40, 130 



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Dnggan, William R... 52 

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing 3, 145 

Dumont, Donald A. 22,130 

Duncan, Enoch S 17,136 

Duncan, Joseph G 38 

Duncan, Norman 44 

Dunlap, Maurice P 156 

Dunn, James Clement. . . 34, 59, 103 

Dunn, L. Milner 42,134 

Dunn, William E.. 9,107 

Dunnigan, Thomas J 23,136 

Durbrow, Elbridge 53,111 

Dutko, Paul M 15,150 

Duvall, Andrew R 43 

Du Vivier, Paul F 7,132 

D wyer, Cornelius J 25, 132 

Dwyer, Henry T 8, 153 

Dwyer, William Edward-..- 12,151 

Dwyre, Dudley G_ 156 

Dwyre, Jack 44 

Dye, Alexander V 166 

Dye, John W. 156 

Eagan, M. Elizabeth 53,151 

Eaton, Earl Wilbert.- 39,153 

Eberhardt, Charles C 156 

Ebling, Samuel G 32,117 

Echols, John M 49 

Edgcrly, John H 51 

Edwards, Clement S 156 

Edwards, Craig F 4,134 

Edwards, J. Stanford. 35, 153 

Edwards, Jay Dixon 59,125 

Egan, W. J. Convery 5,139 

Egerton, Katherine A. H-- 25, 151 

Eitreim, Irven M 25,127 

Elbrick, C. Burke - 56,114 

Eldridge, Richard 19,140 

Elin, Michael- 63 

Elliot, James A 11,143 

Ellis, Frank J. T 40 

Ellis, Imogene E-.- 26 

Ellis, Overton G.,Jr 48,122 

Ellis, Perry 17,123 

Elting, Howard, Jr 39, 118 

Elwood, Robert Bailey 17,148 

Embry, JohnA 17,118 

Emmerson, John K.. 56, 118 

Emmons, -\rthur B., 3d 47, 123 

Engdahl, Elizabeth Lee 12 

Engebretson, Tilmer O 60,151 

Engert, Cornelius Van H-_- 156 

English, Clifton P 56,127 

English, Robert 7,118 

Englund, Eric 19,49,138 

Enlow, Charles R 52,138 

Erhardt, John G 3, 103 

Ernst, Philip 17 

Erwin, John D 30 

Eslinger, Ernest L 20,151 

Espy, James 56,118 

Essman, Graydon C. 4,26,37,40,50 

Estes, Thomas S 8,127 

Evans, Ernest E 10,115 

Evans, GUlespie S. 17,140 



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163 



Page 

Evans, Joseph R 34,151 

Everett, Curtis T. 50,109 

Ewert, Earl C. 16 

Ewing, Harry E 1,150 

Fairbank, Wilma C. 10, 142 

Fales, Herbert P 56,118 

Farmer, Mona T 27 

Famsworth, Edward L 29, 141 

Farnsworth, Frederick E.... 17, 123 

Farrell, John W _ 52 

Farrell, William S._ 59,121 

Faus, Keeler 20,127 

Faust, John B 30,118 

Feallock, William J 51 

Feld, Nicholas 52,123 

Feldman, Arthur W 17 

Ferber, David 1 48,132 

Ferguson, Charles W 25,138 

Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr... 46, 126 

Ferguson, Marjorie F 35,154 

Femald, Robert F 22,115 

Ferrell, Hubert F 11,130 

Ferrer, M. Felipe 44 

Ferrin, Augustin W... 156 

Ferris, Cornelius... 156 

Ferris, Walton C 58,111 

Fidel, E. Allen 20,151 

Fifield, RusseU H 11,130 

Finch, George M 33,136 

Finger, geymour M 24 

Finley, Harold D 22,111 

Fischer, Arnold O 14,18,30,41 

Fishburne, John I... 48 

Fisher, Dorsey Qassaway... 37, 115 

Fisher, Fred D 156 

Fisher, William Dale 40,134 

Fisk, Ernest H 31, 140 

Fitzgerald, John F 48,130 

Fitzgibbon, John E 16 

Fitzpatrick, John P 6 

Flack, Joseph 4,103 

Flack, Thomas R 60 

Flake, Wilson C 56,115 

Fletcher, C. Paul. 27,112 

Fletcher, SamuelJ 32,109 

Flexer, Fayette J 44,109 

Fliflet, AmeT 27 

Flood, Douglas 37,123 

Flood, Peter H. A 156 

Flournoy, William E., Jr 35, 118 

Flyxm, James J., Jr 27 

Flynn, Walter J 27 

Fogarty, Edelen 34 

Foley, Arthur D 5,134 

Follmer, Cyrus B_. 20,151 

Folsom, Roberts 31,126 

Fondren, Terrell W 48 

Foote, Thomas C 15 

Foote, Walter A,. 40,107 

Forbes, Bruce W._.. 35 

Ford, Richard 48,109 

Ford, William J 25, 130 

Forman, Douglas N., Jr 56, 130 

Fomes, Frederic C, Jr 56, 118 



Page 

Foster, Andrew B 56,118 

Foster, Carol H 52,107 

Foster, John B 11,140 

Foster, Meade T 7,140 

Foulke, Roy E 23 

Fowler, William A 56,115 

Fox, Donald R., Jr 27 

Fox, Homer S 7,109 

Fox, Ray... 156 

Fraleigh, WUliam N 56,123 

France, Leys A 156 

Frank, Laurence C 3,115 

Franklin, Albert B 54,140 

Franklin, Lynn W 40,112 

Frantz, M. Alison 29, 141 

Frazer, Robert 156 

Fredrickson, Oscar W. 4,164 

Freeman, Fulton 11,123 

Freers, Edward L 53, 128 

French, Stewart 12,148 

Fretwell, Elbert K... 15 

Fridrich, George J., Jr 15, 153 

Fried, Milton.. 16 

Friedman, William H 21,136 

Frillman, Paul W 11,141 

Fritzlan, A. David... 39,126 

Fromer, Julian P 35,141 

Frost, Arthur C 8,105 

Frost, Lesley 48,150 

Frost, Wesley 156 

Fuess, JohnC 41,125 

Fuller, George Gregg 22,113 

Fuller, Nicholas A 28 

Fullerton, Hugh S 19, 107 . 

Fullinwider, Ranson 2 

Fultz, Harry T... 34,140 

Funk, IloC 39,121 

Funkhouser, Richard E 4, 

20,37,50,142 

Furr, CarlJ 36,145 

FurreU, Alfred W 32 



Qagarine, Alexis M 


. - 33 


Galambos, T. Andrew... 


... 47,132 


Qalbraith, Francis J 


24 


Qalbraith, WiUard 


.... 4,115 






Galling, Walter 


36 


Galhnan, Waldemar J.... 


... 24,105 




1,147 


Qamon, David L.. 


... 43,134 


Qamon, John A 


166 


Qamson, Arthur L 


.... 1,132 


Gannett, Michael R 


.... 3,130 


Gantenbein, James W.... 


... 66,115 


Gardes, Alfred W 


47 


Gardiner, Nona L 


29 


Gardner, Margaret K 


... 12,161 


Garrison, Biddle H 


.... 9,160 


Garver, Carl P 


.... 33 


Garza, Ellas G.. 


.... 39 




.... 4,140 


Qasser, Francis R.. 


... 23,162 


Oassoun, Joseph H 


....36,51 



Pate 

Gatewood, Richard D 31,123 

Gaudin, Daniel, Jr... _. 29,121 

Gauss, Clarence E 156 

Gebhart, W. F. Davis 11 

Geer, Leslie E. 38 

Geerken, Forrest K 37,123 

Geier, Paul E 3,126 

Geiger, Theodore 25,146 

Geist, Raymond H.. _.. 37,107 

Gelwicks, Harold Q_ 10 

George, W. Perry 32,109 

George, William C 46, 130 

Germann, Edward H 21 

Gerrity, Charles M _ 48, 153 

Gibbons, Robert J 47, 130 

Gibbs, Jacob Bernard 37,138 

Gibson, Hugh S 156 

Gibson, Raleigh A 29,110 

Gibson, William G_... 56,152 

Gibson, William M 20,148 

Gidden, Culver __ 23,150 

Gidney, Charles C, Jr 43,130 

Giesecke, Albert A 43, 153 

QUbert, Charles 40,130 

Gilbert, Manson 8,163 

Gilchrist, James M., Jr _ 2,128 

Gilcreast, Seaver R 6,142 

Gilmore, Robert W 39 

Gilpatric, Donald S 11,138 

Gilsiim, David L 1 

Gist, Justie E 45, 152 

Glassford, Pelham D., Jr 13 

Glawe, Benoid E __ 34 

Gleeck, Lewis E.,Jr 42,126 

Glenn, Edgar E 14,16,30 

Glover, Robert G 166 

Gnade, Richard E _ . _ 61, 126 

Godfrey, Richard A 6 

Godley, G. McMurtrie, 2d... 4, 128 

Godsey, Fred 31 

Goetzmann, Jule L 48,123 

Goforth, Hemdon W 166 

Goldman, Thomas A 40,134 

Goldsborough, Brice W 51 

Goldsmith, Howard C 24 

Gomez, Ana M _ 38 

Goodier, Harvey T 7,125 

Goodwin, Ellis Munson 43, 146 

Goodyear, John 39,123 

Ooold, Herbert S... 156 

Gordon, Bartley P 29, 128 

Gordon, George A 166 

Gorrell, Juan L 8 

Goshie, JohnL 34,123 

Gotlieb, Bernard 8,115 

Gourley, Louis H 166 

Gowen, Franklin C 68,112 

Goyette, Linus F. Q 26 

Graffis, JeanA. 20,141 

Granata, Harold M 35 

Grant, Merritt M 5 

Grant, Theodore J 13,41,42,148 

Graves, George M..: 13,118 

Gray, Archibald E 40, 1 15 



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Gray, Cecil Wajme -- 55,107 

Gray, David 33 

Gray, James A 34 

Green, Caspar D._ 19,128 

Green, David S 5,139 

Green, Marshall 41, 132 

Greene, Joseph N., Jr 34,130 

Greene, Winthrop S 27,112 

Greenup, Julian C.^ 1,109 

Gregorieff, Igor A 19 

Grew, Joseph C 156 

Gribble, DonA ---- 23,142 

Griffln, Ernest K 26 

Griffin, Thomas J 8 

Griffith, Johns 26 

Griggs, David Thurston 11, 152 

Griggs, Robert A 34 

Grinnell, Robert 22,123 

Griswold, Richard W 23,149 

Qroeninger, Joseph G 26,121 

Grondahl, Teg C... -.. 47,140 

Gross, Joseph E 56 

Groth, Edward M 24,108 

Grotjohan, A. W. J 56,153 

Groves, H. Lawrence 29, 106 

Groves, J. Philip 4, 153 

Qruenwald, Josephine Jo- 
hanna - 12 

Grummon, Stuart E 156 

Grunwell, Thomas A. 15 

Guaderrama, Ernesto S 39 

Guerra, Oscar H 42 

Guiney, John E., Jr 15 

Guinn, Pauls 52,123 

Gullion, Edmund A.. _ 56,118 

Gunn, Marion R 11 

Gumey, Frederic Taylor 32, 141 

Gutierrez, Ernest B 16 

Gwynn, William M 4,112 

Hackler, Windsor G 10 

Haddow, J. Paxton 37,142 

Hadraba, Theodore J 50, 123 

Haering, George J 56,109 

Hagan, John Logan _ 13 

Hagerman, Worthington E... 46 

Haggerty, John J 43, 140 

Haldeman, Paul J 44 

Hale, Robert F. 56,123 

Hall, Claude H., Jr 25,118 

Hall, Frederick W 26 

Hall, Weston A 39 

Hallam, Malcolm P.. 29 

Halstead, Albert.... 156 

Hamberger, Dewitt C. E 17 

Hamilton, John Andrew 16,140 

Hamilton, John F 25,148 

Hamilton, Maxwell M 19,103 

Hamilton, William L., Jr... 52, 141 

Hamlette, Harry L _. 13 

Hamlin, John N 48,115 

Hammond, B. Miles 34,125 

Hammond, David K 23 

Hammond, Thomas W., Jr. . 21 
Hampton, Isaiah M 7 



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Handley, William Jules 17 

Haney, OttoR 10 

Hankin, Robert M 53 

Hanley, J. Daniel.. 45, 147 

Hanna, Archibald J. 45 

Hanna, Clyde James 1,148 

Hanna, Margaret M 156 

Hanney, Andrew Edward.. . 23, 143 

Hansinger, M ichael J 51 

Haraldson, Wesley Clifford. 23, 146 

Harbordt, Edwin M 55,136 

Harding, Kenneth W.. _ 14 

Harding, Robert William 8 

Hardy, Nicholas 53 

Hare, Raymond A 56,112 

Harley, John C 17, 132 

Ear ley, Robert Bruce 6 

Harmon, David N... 17,18 

Harmon, Ivan G 5, 145 

Harrell, Raymond Lee 14,141 

Harrington, Davis O 50 

Harrington, Julian F ._ 7,107 

Harrison, Landreth M 25,117 

Harrison, Leland 49,103 

Harrison, Randolph 39,115 

Hart, Boies C, Jr 21,125 

Hart, Parker T 56,123 

Hart, Walton C 29 

Hartley, Robert H 44 

Hart well, Wayne M 32 

Harvey, Constance R. 50,123 

Haselton, NorrisS.-J 5,118 

Hathaway, Charles M., Jr^ . . 156 

Haupt, Alden M. .--- 40,128 

Hauser, Frederick H., Jr 

Hausman, William F 13 

Haven, Richard B 35,115 

Havron, J. Brock.... 50,130 

Hawkins, Harry C... 24, 107 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr.... 50, 123 

Hawley, Franklin 13,125 

Hawley, Harry F 156 

Hawley, John C. 30,134 

Hawthorne, Carl O 12, 152 

Hayes, Stanley T 8 

Hays, George A 29 

Hays, Margaret P 13 

Heacock, Roger L 35,128 

Heard, William W 156 

Heath, Donald R 22,106 

Heck, Jack H__ 13 

Hefti, Rudolph W 2 

Heiler, Bernard F 23,152 

Heingartner, Robert W 156 

Heisler, Charles H 27,115 

Heizer, Oscar S 15G 

Hejno, Francis J 15 

Heltberg, Arnlioth G 42 

Henderson, Clay H 4 

Henderson, Douglas 38,130 

Henderson, George D 34,125 

Henderson, James E 38,118 

Henderson, Loy W 57,105 

Hengstler, Herbert C 156 

Henry, David H., 2d.. 53,128 



Page 

Henry, Frank Anderson 166 

Henry, J. William 28,130 

Henry, Marcelle.- 20 

Henry, R. Horton 37,115 

Herndon, Richard M 8,134 

Herron, Francis W 1 

Herz, Martin Florian.. 3,132 

Hickey, Robert F 26 

Hickok, Thomas A 55,115 

Hicks, Knowlton y 2,115 

Higgs, L. Randolph. 49,118 

Hill, Heyward G 51,115 

Hill, John Wallace 37,153 

Hill, Robert B 4,134 

Hillenbrand, Martin J 23,125 

Hillenkoetter, Rqpcoe H 20 

Hilton, Ralph 1,139 

Himmel, Lyle C 3 

Hinckley, Homer C 10 

Hines, Frank T -.. 42 

Hinke, Frederick W 13,115 

Hinkle, Eugene M.. 7,113 

Hinkle, Thornton M 10 

Hinton, Deane R.- - 51,136 

Hoard, Robert S 35 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 24,110 

Hodge, Philip G... 34,142 

Hodgson, Jack C 7 

Hoffman, Albert L 48 

Hoffman, Aldon M 35 

Hoffman, Thomas E 27,132 

Hoffman, Walter W... 23,123 

HofTmann, Erich W. A 57 

Hohenthal, Theodore J 65,123 

Holcomb, Thomas 62 

Holden, Maurice C. 38 

Holder, Oscar C 53,128 

Holland, Philip 156 

Holly, Joseph A 26 

Holm, Arvid G... 59 

Holmes, Edward W 41,136 

Honaker, Samuel W 156 

Hooper, Malcolm P.. 42,115 

Hoover, Charles L 156 

Hoover, John P.. 54,126 

Hope, Ashley O- 12,142 

Hopper, George D 27,107 

Horn, Adolph B - 14,153 

Horn, Thomas S 69,119 

Hombeck, Stanley K 39 

Horner, John Evarts 6,125 

Horsey, Outerbridge 57,123 

Horwin, Leonard 47,145 

Hoskot, Nathaniel R 32 

Hostetter, Writner 26 

Houck, FredH 27,153 

Hough, Curtis E-. 30 

Hough, Gerald R 6 

Houghton, Robert B 28 

Houston, Robert B., Jr 28 

Howard, George C H, 109 

Howard, Hungerford B 12,127 

Howard, Robert D 43,140 

tn oward, WendeU S 17,150 



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165 



Pago 

Howe, C. H. Walter 40,136 

Howe, Stanley M 34 

Hrones, John G 20,151 

Hubbard, Phil H.- 50,123 

Huber, Oizellal... 25,152 

Huddle, J. Klahr 57, 106 

Huddleston, John F 34, 115 

Hudson, Harry S 12,141 

Hudson, Joel C 17,100 

Hudson, William Palmer,-. 13, 131 

Huestis, Richard S.. 24,123 

Hughes, James R - 13 

Hughes, Morris N 14,115 

Hughes, Richard M 38,136 

Hughes, Thomas L-.- _. 156 

Hukill, George R 5,113 

Hulick, Charles E., Jr 46. 130 

Hulley, Benjamin M 19,115 

Humes, Elizabeth 45,121 

Hungerford, Harris R 25,138 

Hunsaker, Lee M 9 

Hunt, Frederick D 22,128 

Hunt, Leigh W 46,113 

Hunt, Ralph H 2 

Hunt, William H 156 

Hun te, Louis H__- 53 

Hunter, Robert L 37,153 

Hunter, William H 47 

Hurst, Carlton 156 

Huston, Cloyce K 42,112 

Hutchinson, Charles A 14, 115 

Hutchinson, Owen R 18,141 

Hutton, PaulC 29,119 

Huyler, Coulter D., Jr 40,141 

Ifft, George N 156 

Ingersoll, John J 27,134 

Ingle, Edward M 11 

Ireland, Philip W 17, 138 

Isaacs, C. Grant 59,121 

Isenberg, Walter C, Jr 52, 135 

Ives, Ernest L 156 

Ives, J. Winsor 45,115 

Jackson, Jesse B 156 

Jackson, Peter H 4,40 

Jackson, Virgil A 35,51 

Jacobs, J. Roland 4 

Jacobs, Joseph E 57,106 

Jacobs, Norman S... 20, 148 

Jacyno, Joseph R 3 

James, Garth P 4,141 

Jandrey, Fred W 35,119 

Janz, Robert 57, 119 

Jarrell, Albert E 38 

Jarvis, Francis O 10, 11, 44, 140 

Jarvls, John J., Jr.. 14,52 

Jeffers, Charles W_... 24,144 

Jelich, John William, Jr. 25 

Jenkins, Alfred LeS. 11,132 

Jenkins, Douglas..- 156 

Jenkins, Douglas, Jr 2,123 

Jenkins, John H.. 18,30,41 

Jenks, Barton P 19, 139 

Jensen, Einar 50,146 



Page 

Jensen, Julius C. 50, 152 

Jernegan, John D.._ 57,119 

Jessie, Frank S 45 

Jester, Perry N 57,115 

Jochen, Frederick L. 27,140 

Johnpoll, Alexander C 3,132 

Johnsen, Lester J- 42 

Johnson, Charles F 8 

Johnson, Edward L 27 

Johnson, Ellis A.. _.. 52,150 

Johnson, Eugene H 8 

Johnson, Frank M. S 40 

Johnson, Frederick C 7 

Johnson, Hallett. 13,104 

Johnson, Hartwell 21,123 

Johnson, John D 7,110 

Johnson, Leonard M 49 

Johnson, Leslie W 43,125 

Johnson, Mildred A 38 

Johnson, Nelson T 156 

Johnson, Richard A 57,126 

Johnson, Robert C, Jr 28 

Johnson, Robert S 43 

Johnson, U. Alexis 59, 119 

Johnson, Wendell G 48 

Johnston, Coldwell S 6,125 

Johnstone, Jack R... 18 

Johnstone, William C, Jr.-. 31, 138 

Jones, Curtis F 36,136 

Jones, Franklin V.C 6 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr 25, 119 

Jones, Gerald O 38 

Jones, J. Jefferson, 3d 32, 128 

Jones, J. Wesley 33,115 

Jones, Owen Thomas 60,144 

Jones, Ralph A 57 

Jones, William C, 3d 24 

Jordan, Curtis C 46, 112 

Jordan, Francis C 39,125 

Jordan, Francois C. B 21,50 

Jordan, Russell B 4,153 

Josselyn, PaulR... 27,108 

Jova, Eugene E 14 

Judd, Thomas M 46,135 

Judson, Frederick B.. 13 

Just, William A 41 

Kaiser, John R 55,152 

Kane, Francis B 46 

Kaplan, Harold 20,148 

Kappel, John W 42 

Kapy, Erkil 49,153 

Kasper, Herman R 46, 150 

Kavanaugh, John M 24, 133 

Kazanjian, Reginald S 45,123 

Kearney, Sophia P 35 

Keblinger, Wilbur 156 

Keeler, Erwin P , 5,112 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr 29, 106 

Keena, Leo J... 157 

Keith, Gerald... 45,112 

Kekich, EmllA 15,139 

Kelley, Robert F 157 

Kelly, George F 28 

KeUy, John Henry.... 20,148 



Page 

Kelly, Thomas A... 27 

Kelly, William Browne 24 

Kelsey, Easton T 8,123 

Kemler, John H..._ 10, 153 

Kemp, Edwin Carl 28,110 

Kemper, Graham H 156 

Kempton, James H 54,145 

Kendig, Bertha M 14,153 

Kendrick, Joseph T 53 

Kendrick, Stephen E . C 1 57 

Kennan, George F 57,105 

Kenny, W. T 10 

Kent, Edward F I 

Kenworthy, Edwin W 25,139 

Keogh, John Belfort 46 

Kerr, George Henry 12,148 

Kerrigan, Edward J 22,144 

Kessler, Alfred A., Jr 49 

Ketcham, John B 40,115 

Key, David McK 34, 109 

Kidder, Randolph A- 5,123 

Kieffer, William B 26 

Kieve, Robert S 48 

Kimmell, Roy I.... 25,145 

Kimpel, BenD 3,130 

Kimrey, Chester H 38,153 

King, Bayard Le Roy 33 

King, Donald S 21,133 

King, James H 54 

King, Spencer M 4,133 

Kingsley, Thomas D 54,131 

Kinney, Robert A 60,146 

Kiplinger, Jules G 39 

Kipping, Alan S 55 

Kirk, Alan G 3,37 

Kirk, Alexander C. 157 

Klaveness, Francis A _ 19 

Kleinhans, Richard E 11,146 

Klieforth, Alfred W 7, 106 

Kling, William 6,55,141 

Kneeland, Walter E 38 

Knight, Ridgway B. 20,148 

Knight, William E., 2d 35,136 

Knox, Charles F., Jr.. 54,115 

Knox, M. Gordon 57,126 

Koczak, Stephen A 23,133 

Koenig, Egmont F 15 

Kohler, Foy D 53,115 

Kolarek, Joseph C_.. 15,141 

Kolb, Raymond E 28 

Kolmski, Charles J 57 

Krantzler, Rosalyn Mildred.. 15 

Krason, William S 22 

Kj-ause, Edward J 20 

Krausse, Henry G 39, 153 

Kreis, Foster H 46 

Krentz, Kenneth C 11,115 

Kreps, Kenneth Ray 33 

Kreuter, Robert H_ 44 

Krieg, William L 54,125 

Krumpelmann, John Theo- 
dore 23, 148 

Kubalek, William 15 

Kugeman, William E., Jr... 15, 139 
Kuniholm, Bertel E 36, 113 



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Page 

Kuppinger, Eldred D 25, 123 

KuykendaU, C. Porter 27, 112 

Kyle, E dwin Jackson 29 

Lafoon, Sidney K 57, 128 

La Freniere, Joseph A 33 

Labium, Arthur H 42 

Laidlaw, WOliam R 17,135 

Laing, Duncan J... 12,151 

Lakeland, William C 51, 52, 136 

Lambeth, J. D 38 

Lamm, Donald W 2, 125 

LaMont, George D.... 6, 115 

Lampl, Maurice B 26 

Lamprecht, Relnhard W 21 

Lanahan, William W., Jr 6 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr 47, 123 

Lane, Arthur Bliss... 45, 104 

Lane, Barton G., Jr 48 

Lane, Clayton 36,51,110 

Lane, Francis A 23, 153 

Lane, Rufus H., Jr 47, 115 

Langdon, William R 59, 108 

Lanier, Claude T 20,152 

Lanier, Raphael O'Hara 36 

Lankenau, Richard F 1,151 

Larsen, Gilbert E 43, 148 

Larson, Carrel B 4,9,12,43,146 

Larson, George G 49,140 

La Rue, G. Wallace 59, 126 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr.__ 57, 119 
Laughlin, Gordon Gummings. 41, 145 

Laukhuff, Perry 23,119 

Lavalee, Jerome R 22,130 

LaVista, Vincent... 34,152 

Law, William 47 

Lawler, Edward J- 30 

Lawson, Edward B 51,109 

Lawson, Stanley R 15, 152 

Lawton, James S 40 

Leatherman, Frederick D 32 

Le Bovit, Harry 31,152 

LeBreton, David, Jr 57,128 

Lebus, William Frank, Jr 42 

LeClair, Leopold J 29, 143 

Lee, Armistead M... 2,130 

Lee, Games B 26 

Lee, James L... 31 

Lee, Samuel T 157 

Legge, Barnwell R 50 

Leggett, Herbert B 2 

Lehrs, JohnA 50,163 

Leonard, Walter A 157 

Leonhardy, Terrance G 15 

Leonhart, William K._ 55,133 

Leslie, Aldene Barrington 5, 153 

Lester, Allen H 6,151 

Letcher, Marion.- 157 

Leverich, Henry P 57,115 

Levine, Louis O 23 

Lewand, Frank J- 15,141 

Lewis, Charles W., Jr.. 39, 112 

Lewis, Donald A 

Lewis, Harrison 50,119 

Lewis, Harry R 



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Lewis, Willis Franklin 14, 

18, 29, 30, 41 

L'Heureux, Hervfi J 21, 112 

Lieblich, Lenore D- 60 

Lieder, Eugene J 16 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 57,119 

Lindberg, Edward V. 6,133 

Linderman, Winifred B 52, 143 

Lindsey, James B 2 

Lineaweaver, F. Ridgway... 39,119 

Linebarger, Wayne W. 40, 143 

Linnell, Irving N 157 

Linthicum, Thomas 12,148 

Linthicum, Walter J 37,123 

Lippincott, Aubrey E 42,123 

Lister, George T. 45, 130 

Litsey, Weldon__ 54,130 

Little, Alan M. O.. 53,151 

Little, Charles J 19,145 

Little, William.... 52 

Livengood, Charles A 34, 107 

Lloyd, Rupert A 36,130 

Lobenstine, James C 43, 128 

Lockett, Thomas H 44, 106 

Lockett, William Twyman... 1 

Lockhart, Frank P 157 

Lockling, William Bruce 22, 146 

Loftus, Victor H 34,150 

Logan, James H 14 

Long, BoazW 157 

Longacre, David R.- 10 

Longino, James C 21 

Loranger, Jane T 31 

Lord, John H... 4,115 

Loren, Odin G 55,123 

Loupe, Sylvaio R 19, 147 

Lovell, Alfred H., Jr 20,126 

Loving, William B., Jr 9, 140 

Loy, Arthiu-W 26 

Ludden, Raymond P 9,115 

Ludy, Albert K., Jr 30, 135 

Luedtke, Charles L 157 

Luke, Louise E 53 

Lundgren, Maynard B 3 

Lutkins, LaRue R 11,130 

Lyda, Herbert W 41 

Lynch, Andrew G 57, 119 

Lynch, William R ..- 12,152 

Lyon, Cecil B. 57, 116 

Lyon, Frederick S 44,148 

Lyon, Scott.- - 37, 128 

Maas, John B., Jr 54 

MacArthur, Douglas, 2d 19, 119 

Macatee, Robert B_ 42, 106 

Macdonald, John J 32,116 

MacDonald, John P.. 23 

MacDonald, Wilfred V 44,128 

MacEachran, Clinton E 157 

Macfarland, James M 8 

MacFarlane, Archibald Hep- 
burn.... 11,146 

Macgowan, Basil F 55 

Macgowan, David B 157 

MacLean, H. Coit 157 



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MacMillan, Louise.. 25 

MacMurray, John Van A-. . 157 

Macon, Robert C 53 

Mac Veagh, John H 157 

MacVeagh, Lincoln 29 

Mac Vitty, Karl de G 157 

Macy, Clarence E 52, 112 

Macy, Robert H 8 

Madonne, John H 49. 50, 112 

Maffitt, Edward P 47,119 

Magee, .\lice 34 

Magnuson, Erik W 1 57 

Magruder, Alexander R 1 57 

Maher, Dale B 40,116 

Maher, DaleW 52 

Mahoney, John A 29 

Maish, James, Jr 9 

Mak, Dayton S.. 24 

Makepeace, LeRoy 48,133 

Makinson, George A 157 

Maldonado, Joseph E 9, 152 

Maleady, Thomas J. 54,116 

Malige, Marcel E 49, 109 

Mallon, Patrick 27, 116 

Mallory, Lester De Witt.... 57, 109 

Manbey, David J. S 25, 135 

Maness, Hubert 44 

Maney, Edward S 1,116 

Mangold, Frederick R. 37.154 

Mann, Frederick J 24,126 

Manson, Grant C 26 

Maples, Houston L 53 

Marchant, Alexander N. D.. 5,148 

Marcy, Oliver M.. 29,130 

Mark, David E 60.136 

Marsh, O. Oaylord. 157 

Marshall, James E., Jr 10 

Martin, Edwin W 11,128 

Martin, James V., Jr 32, 133 

Marvel, Josiah, Jr 15 

Marvin, David K 11,137 

Marvin, John H _ 14.154 

Masten, Floyd E 11,146 

Masters, Walter M 35 

Masuret, Eugene A 157 

Mathews, Elbert G 32, 119 

Matthews, H. Freeman 57, 105 

Mattison, Gordon H 36.51,119 

Mayer, Ernest de W 23, 119 

Mayer, Ferdinand L 157 

Maynard, David M 49,139 

Maynard, Lester 157 

McAdoo, Dale D 35, 142 

McAndrews, John H. E 28, 151 

McAvoy, Donald W 23 

McBride, Robert H 57, 128 

McCabe, E. R. Warner, Jr... 21 

McCafferty, William J 157 

McCargar, James G 31,133 

McCarty, Glenn R., Jr 16,135 

McClellan, Roswell D 50, 154 

McClintock, Robert Mills.. 57,116 

McClure, Russell S 19,140 

McConaughy, Walter P 5, 116 

McConeghey, Harold Q 11 



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McOonnico, Andrew J 157 

McCoy, William O _.. 10 

McCully, Edward N 57 

McDaniel, Seaton F _ 2 

McDonald, George.. 46,141 

McDonough, Dayle C 27,109 

McElhiney, Thomas W 40, 135 

McEnelly, Thomas 33,109 

McFadden, Tom J 36,143 

McFadden, William A 34,133 

McFadyen, Archibald A., Jr. 33 
McFarland, James H.. Jr., 57,134 

McGeary, Stanley A 11 

McGehee, James C 6 

McOonigal, Virginia E 6. 143 

McGrath. Henry L 16 

McOurk, Joseph F 54,104 

Mcllhenny, Samuel A., Jr.. 39 

Mcintosh, Clarence J 52 

Mclntyre, William Harry J. 25, 140 

Mclvor, Carlisle C... 3, 146 

McKelvey, Delano 5,126 

McKelvey, Erman R ... 40,152 

McKenna, James E 11,110 

McKenna, Vincent T 42, 133 

McKiernan, Thomas D 39, 135 

McKillop, David H 24,126 

McKinney, Samuel H 5,154 

McKinney, Walter H 8,116 

McKnight, Cleveland B 31.130 

McLain, Camden L 9, 150 

McLallen, Walter F., Jr 46 

McLaughlin, Edward D 57, 116 

McLean, Allan F., Jr 48 

McLean, Minedee. 37.126 

McLoon, Charles Hayden.. 4 

McMillin, Stewart E 8.119 

McNiece, Renwick S 3,5. 110 

McNown, William K 17,18 

McNutt, Paul V 44 

McSweeney, John M 53. 126 

McVicker, Charles P., Jr.... 44, 133 

Meade, Stephen J 36,51 

Meadows, Nathan R 50,150 

Meekins, Lynn W 6.108 

Meeks, Nelson P 8, 154 

Meier, Oscar W 36,144 

Meighen, Bernard P 27 

Meinhardt, Carl D 157 

Melbourne, Roy M 46,124 

Melby, John Frfimont 10, 124 

Meloy, Francis E., Jr 47.133 

MeUen, Sydney L. W 3,144 

Memmtnger, Lucien 157 

Memminger, Robert B 33,124 

Mendenhall, Joseph A 52, 135 

Menter, Sanford 33 

Merrell, Clay 28,150 

Merrell, Geroge R 31, 107 

Merrill, Frederick T 59,148 

Mersman, Scudder 22 

Messersmith, George S 1, 104 

Metcalf, Arthur V 38 

Metcalf, LeeE 46,1.30 

Meyer, ArminH 33,140 



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Meyer, Paul W 11,112 

Meyer, Robert 12 

Miccio, Louis 54 

Michael, Louis Guy 53, 145 

Michaelis, Ralph L 2 

Middleton, Betty Ann 27,135 

Milbouriie, Harvey Lee 157 

Millar, John Y.. 48,135 

Millard, Hugh 9, 108 

Miller, Allen C 29 

Miller, Elliott H 23 

Miller, George E. 6,17,124 

Miller, Hughs 157 

Miller, Lee C 51 

Miller, Ralph 17,119 

Miller, Raymond C 3,37,138 

Miller, Robert L 40 

Miller, William J 8 

Millet, Charles S. 28, 124 

Mills, Sheldon T.. 57,112 

Milne, Robert S 29 

Minneman, Paul G 14,109 

Minnigerode, H. Gordon.... 32, 124 

Minor, George C._ 7, 152 

Minor, Harold B 57,116 

Minter, John R.._ 157 

Mitchell, Frank G 8,154 

Mitchell, Reginald P 57, 124 

Mitchell, William A 8 

Moffltt, George, Jr. 7 

Moffltt, James P. 38, 112 

Mokma, Gerald A 22,116 

Moles worth, Kathleen 25,119 

Montamat, Harold E 14,124 

Montenegro, Daniel W 23,130 

Montesinos, Miguel J 16 

Montgomery, Edmund B... 57, 113 

Montllor, Joseph J 21, 133 

Moody, George T 4, 142 

Moody, Robert B 10,135 

Mooers, Horatio 30,117 

Moomaw, Paul W., Jr 33 

Moore, C. Robert 51,146 

Moore, Laurence S 51,142 

Moore, Malcolm A 4,37 

Moore, Robert J 20 

Moore, Robert W 43, 137 

Moore, Rupert H 8 

Moore, Thomas A 24 

Moore, Warren S., Jr... 50, 135 

Moorhead, Maxwell K 157 

Moose, James S., Jr 51, 112 

Mordecai, Lionel S 38 

More, Bolard 50,124 

Moreland. William D., Jr... 33, 124 

Morey, Charles R 34, 138 

Morey, Leonard R 20 

Morgan, James O 35,133 

Morgan, John F 31 

Morgan, John H 57, 113 

Morgan, Rudolph... 13,18,29,30,41 

Moriarty, Francis B 48 

Morin, Guy A 55 

Morris, Brewster H 23, 120 

Morris, John Howard 52 



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Morris, Leland B 58, 106 

Morrison, Jack B.. 1 

Moses, H. Claremont 38,151 

Moss, Herman 50 

Motz, Frederick Allen 3,145 

Moynahan, Brendan J 2 

Muccio, John J 57,107 

Muelberger, Arthur P 19,146 

Mueller, Charles O 13 

Mulhern, Alice O 35 

MuUiner, La Mar D. 49 

Murphy, Gail 42,147 

Murphy, Robert D 22, 105 

Murray, Alton T. 15,124 

Murray, Lee 25,152 

Murray, Wallace... 157 

Murray, William B 28, 154 

Murrell, Franklin H 35 

Myers, David J. D 157 

Myers, MyrlS.... 11,108 

Myers, Willys A.. 39,154 

Mynderse, Jacob F 53 

Nabel, Eugene 50,151 

Nadelman, E. Jan 45, 135 

Nagoski, Joseph P 8, 137 

Nash, Roy 5,139 

Nasmith, Charles Roy- 157 

Nathan, Edward J 157 

Neathery, Jack B 16,124 

Needham, Maurice D 30, 141 

Neighbors, W. Milbourne 27 

Nelson, Allan 19 

Nelson, Howard L 23 

Nes, David G 27,133 

Nester, Alfred T 58, 107 

Newbegin, Robert 57,120 

Newell, Hugo V_ 3 

Newman, David K 12 

Newton, Elmer 11,141 

Nicco 11, Frank C_. 38 

Nicholl, Helen R 32, 133 

Nichols, Donald H 18 

Niederjohn, James A. 57 

Niehofi, Richard 32, 139 

Nielsen, Orsen N 2,106 

Nolan, Louis Clinton 14,145 

Nolan, Thomas F 9 

Norden, Carl F.... 14,126 

Norgren, Paul H 7,139 

North, OHver B.._ 7, 113 

Norweb, R. Henry... 14,104 

Nostrand, Howard L 43, 141 

Novak, Jack C. 15 

Nufer, Albert F 14,107 

Nugent, Julian L., Jr 9, 126 

Nugent, Richard 5 

Nyhus, Paul O. 24, 108 

Nyren, Albert V 5,135 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 1, 126 

Ocheltree, John B 57, 116 

O'Connor, James F., Jr 9,135 

O'Connor, Katherine E 52,124 

O'Donnell, WiUiam F.,3d.-. 24 



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O'Donoghue, Sidney E. 1, 113 

Offle, Carmel _.,. 23,120 

Ogden, Marcus R 10 

Ogden, Robert F.„. 36,140 

Oldham, Jack J. H...- _. 44 

Olds, Herbert V 40,124 

Olesnevich, Stephen- 45 

Olive, William M 12 

Oliver, John G 39 

Olmsted, Mary S. 40,135 

Olson, Andrew E 3, 133 

Olson, Lynn H 16 

Olson, Theodore B 42,140 

O'Malley, Joseph H 43 

O'Neill, W. Paul, Jr_ 24,128 

Opal, Chester H 45,143 

Ordway, John 1, 120 

Orebaugh, Walter W 35. 120 

Orgibet, Jorges 47, 143 

Orloski, John A. E_ 4,140 

Orme, Jesse M 14 

Osborne, John Ball 157 

Osborne, Melville E 20 

Osboum, James P 23 

O'Shaughnessy, Elim 19,120 

Ostertag, Augustus.. 24,154 

O'Sullivan, James L_ 22,130 

Ottinger, William W 40 

Overton, Douglas W. 59,131 

Owen, Augustus C 8 

Owen, Robert Irving 16, 137 

Packer, Earl L 27,109 

Paddock, Arthur L., Jr 35, 137 

Paddock, Paul.., 1, 126 

Page, Edward, Jr 34,116 

Pahl, Theodore J 47, 147 

Painter, Carvel 24 

Palmer, Ely E... 1,104 

Palmer, Florence 20,154 

Palmer, Gardner E...- 9,149 

Palmer, George E 40 

Palmer, John Peabody 7,120 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 57, 124 

Pangburn, Harry K 38,154 

Pappano, Albert E 37, 128 

Park, Nelson R__ 48,116 

Parker, Charles B 37,147 

Parker, Edward S.. 21, 154 

Parker, Leonidas M * 33 

Parker, Oscar B 34 

Parks, James E 21,116 

Parry, Carroll C_ 15,154 

Parsloe, Arthur G _ 6,151 

Parsons, Gi von M 38 

Parsons, J. Graham 57,120 

Parsons, Katrine W 11 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr 57, 120 

Parsons, Mary P 41,143 

Partridge, Richard C 55 

Pasquet, Maurice 39,121 

Paterson, Robert W 5 

Patten, William S.... 20,152 

Patterson, Jefferson 17, 109 

Patterson, Richard C ., Jr ... , 55 



Patton, Kenneth S... 

Paul, Joseph H 

Paulson, Bernhard J. 
Pawley, William D_. 



. 157 

54 

31, 151 

5 

Paxton, J. Hall 12, 117 

Payne, Charles E. B... 8 

Peake, J. H. Cameron 1 

Pearson, Harold J- 42 

Pearson, John B 26 

Pearson, Paul H 26,124 

Pease, Harold D 43,55 

Peaslee, .\lexander L 12,137 

Peck, Joseph R., 2d 157 

Peck, William L 2,120 

Pedersen, Alfred J.. 48 

Pell, Claiborne 15,133 

Penfield, James K 57,112 

Penniman, William F., Jr 9 

Pepin, Harold T 8 

Percival, Leroy F., Jr 23,137 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 157 

Perkins, Samuel E 19,140 

Perkins, Troy L 9, 116 

Perkins, Warwick... 51,109 

Perrine, Nat S 10 

Peters, Richard B 35 

Peterson, Avery F._ 25,116 

Peterson, Chesley G _ 52 

Pfeiffer, Harry F., Jr 59, 137 

Pflffner, Eugene C 6 

Phelan, George R 55,154 

Phelan, Raymond-- 41,152 

Phelps, William Walter, Jr- 14, 133 

Philip, Hoffman 157 

Phillips, Richard I --. 54,140 

Phillips, William 157 

Piazza, Joseph S. 46, 141 

Picard, George L... 19, 141 

Pierce, V'audau P 46 

Pilcher, James B 11,112 

Pinder, Frank J 36,145 

Pinkerton, Julian L 157 

Pinkerton, Lowell C 36, 106 

Pisar, Charles J 157 

Pitts, Henry L., Jr 42, 131 

Plakias, John N 19, 139 

Playter, Harold 157 

Plitt, Edwin A 49,109 

Polakoff, Joseph 25,149 

Polutnik, Ernest V-- 31,154 

Pomeranz, Morton. 5 

Pool, John C 33, 120 

Poole, Richard A-- 59,128 

Porch, Paul K 16 

Poi ter, Gordon E 5 

Porter, Mary Jane 3,154 

Porter, Paul R 24, 144 

Porter, William J 42,154 

Post. Richard H 57,124 

Potter, Kennett F 59,120 

Powell, Boyce E 24,154 

Powell, James C, Jr 37,151 

Powell, Ralph L 10 

Powell, Webster 2,146 

Pratt, James W 1,133 



Pratt, Norman K 17, 131 

Preston, Austin R 4,109 

Price, Stanley G. 34 

Price, William E 46 

Prince, Edward P 31,133 

Prior, Francis X 54 

Prohme, Rupert 2, 143 

Prostov, Eugene V 60, 149 

Purnell, Lewis M 35 

Putnam, John R 157 

Pyle, LelandA 32 

Quarton, Harold B 39, 113 

Quate, Graham Sheppard 18, 

29, 30. 147 

Quick, James C 43 

Quinn, Thomas C... 34, 139 

Raber, Lewis W 43 

Rabida, Albert A 32 

Raby, John 7 

Ragatz, Mary P 25,152 

Ragland, Joseph P 13, 1 16 

Railey, Howard B 3, 19, 37, 139 

Raineri, Peter J 5 

Rambo, William Preston 5 

Ramsay, Hugh F-- --.. 157 

Ramsey, Henry C... 47.149 

Ramsey, Henry O 26,150 

Randall, Harold M 47,112 

Randall, Lee D 27,128 

Randolph, Archibald R 19,124 

Randolph, John-- 157 

Randolph, John H 22 

Rankin, Karl L... 3, 109 

Rasmussen, Kai E 42 

Havel, Anthony C 34,154 

Ravndal, Christian M 49, 107 

Ravndal, Gabriel Bie 158 

Ravotto, Joseph D 34,141 

Rawlinson, John L. 12 

Ray, Guy W 57,112 

Raymond, Edwin Russel... 45, 139 

Reagan, Daniel J 19,106 

Reber, Samuel 57,107 

Redden, Normand William.. 41 

Redecker, Sydney B. 23,108 

Redington. Robert J 4,135 

Reed, Charles S., 2d 22,116 

Reed, Edward L 57,106 

Reed, Harry Clinton 9,128 

Reed, Juan A 15 

Reed, Leslie E 43, 110 

Reese, Raymond E 59 

Reeves, Harman 41 

Rehm, George E 21,141 

Reineck, Walter S 158 

Reinhardt. Q. Frederick 53,120 

Remillard, Horace 158 

Renchard, George W 40, 120 

Rendall, Edwin C-. 22,133 

Reveley, Paul J 57,120 

Revey, Lewis E 31.141 

Rewinkel, MUton C. 6,126 



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Reynolds. Don B 23 

Reynolds, G. Edward. 31 

Reynolds, William M., Jr 32 

Rhoades, Otis W 59 

Rhodes, William C 24 

Rice, Charles M__ 23 

Rice, Charley L 38 

Rice, Edward E 57,120 

Rice, Howard C, Jr 20,141 

Richards, Arthur L 57,120 

Richards, J. Bartlett 44, 109 

Richardson, Gardner 28,113 

Richardson, John S., Jr 27,120 

Richardson, W. Garland 44,120 

Richey, Earle J 28 

Richey, Harold L 7 

Ridden, William H 40.139 

Riddick, John G 52, 133 

Riddle, James R 8,154 

Riddleberger, James W 57, 109 

Ridings, Eugene W 5 

Ries, Joseph 54,147 

Rigg, Robert B_ .... 10 

Riggs, Benjamin Reath 57,110 

Riggs, Thomas J., Jr.- 38 

Riley, Nelson J 1,138 

Rmden, Robert W 11,124 

Ringwalt, Arthur R 57,116 

Riordan, Robert E 46 

Rivera, Rodolfo O 29,142 

Rivinus, Edward F., Jr 52,131 

Robb, Robert L ._ 49 

Robbins, James J 49,139 

Robbins. Warren Delano 9, 146 

Roberts, Frank N 51 

Roberts, Quincy F 26,110 

Roberts, Randolph 42,131 

Robertson, Charles E 26 

Robertson, William H 158 

Robertson, WUliam P 6 

Robinson, Joseph A 22, 142 

Robinson, Reed P 24,143 

Robinson. Robert E . , Jr 2G 

Robinson, Thomas H 48,116 

Robison, Harold D 11,117 

Rockwell, Stuart W 51,128 

Roeder, Larry Winter 47 

Rogatnick, Joseph H 31,152 

Rogers, Bulord G 50 

Rogers, Jordan T 23 

Roll, William O 42,140 

Rolle, Andrew F 35 

Rolph, Hammond M_... 10 

Romero, Arthur J 1,152 

Romlein, John W 30 

Roosevelt, Archibald B., Jr.. 33 

Root. John F 6,133 

Roper, George S-. 7,139 

Rose, Halleck L 16, 121 

Rosen, Arthur H 12 

Rosenberg, Martin 5,149 

Rosenberg, William S. 17, 131 

Roser, Harold C. 11 

Ross, Claude G 29,128 

Ross, Ervin Clinton 44,151 



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Ross, James A., Jr. _ 31,138 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 32,128 

Rouzee, George M... 43 

Rowe. Everett C 26 

Rowell, Edward J 5,142 

Roy, Lawrence B 53 

Royce, Edith M 60 

Royt, Frederick L 28 

Rueter, Frank T 9 

Ruggles, Melville J 53,147 

Rush, James T 26 

Russell, H. Earle 59,106 

Russell, Hugh E 26 

Russell, Roger L., Jr 2 

Rutherford, M. Robert 12,124 

Rutt, Burnice L 48 

Ruyle, Benjamin J 24 

Ryan, Edward 19 

Ryan, John L 33 

Rychly, Vladimir L 15,55 

Rynas, Stephen A 29,137 

Salant, Nathan B 34, 147 

Salisbury, Laurence E 1 58 

Salner, Edward 3,140 

Salter, Fred K^ 25,124 

Salvatierra, Richard C 42,143 

Sanchez, Manuel 19,146 

Sanderhofl, Lubert 28,128 

Sanders, Terry B., Jr 7,128 

Sands, William Langdon 36,128 

Sappington, James C, 3d... 25,116 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 57,110 

Satterthwaite, Livingston 25, 

33, 40, 120 

Sauer, Emil 158 

Sauer, Jacob S 2 

Savin, William A 38 

Sawyer, Edward L 10 

Sawyer, William T 50 

Scarbrough, Dwight E 42 

SchafCner, Louise 32 

Scherer, George F 1,120 

Schmitt, Herbert F. N 8, 133 

Sehnare, Lester L 35, 110 

Schneider, Agnes 20,152 

Schneider, Douglas H 19,138 

Schneider, Henry J 31 

Schneider, Robert M 20 

SchoeUkopf, W. Horton, Jr . _ 7, 129 

Schoellkopf, Walter H 158 

Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur.... 31, 104 

Schoenfeld, Rudolf E... 57,106 

Schoenrich, Edwin 33,116 

Schonburg, August 7 

Schott. Robert R 33 

Schott, William W... 158 

Schraud, Myron H 38, 154 

Schumann, H. Gary 53 

Schutz, Joseph W 48 

Schwan, Herman J 12 

Schwanitz, Charles V 45 

Schwarztrauber, Evelyn M.. 3 
Schweitzer, Ralph A... 6, 137 



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Schwirm, Walter Kelly 45, 138 

Scott, Albert W.. 35, 116 

Scott, James T 47, 110 

Scott, WinfieldH 28,120 

Scotten, Robert M 16,104 

Sears, Richard, Jr 20,133 

Sebald, William J 59,145 

Sebree, Edmund B 2 

Seddicum, Paul C 7,152 

Sedgwick, Cabot 20,131 

Seibert, Elvm 41,124 

Seller, Herman W.__ 47 

Seitelman, Max 27 

Seltzer, George E. 158 

Service, John S 41,116 

Service, Richard M. 12,131 

Severe, Marc L 6,150 

Sexton, Helen Randolph 32 

Sexton, William T 33 

Shackleton, Walter D 32, 142 

Shahady, Edward J 18,152 

Shantz, Harold 55, 107 

Share, AVilliam Edward 19,140 

Sharkey, Thomas W 21 

Sharp, Frederick D., 3d 38, 135 

Shaw, George P 16,108 

Shaw, G. Howland 158 

Shea, Frank R 46, 139 

Sheehan, Robert M 21,131 

Shelley, Tully 26 

Shephard, Charles E 53 

Sherer, Albert W., Jr... 39, 131 

Sherman, J. A. Tuck 37 

Sherwood, Frederick Herren. 13, 
18, 29, 30, 41 

Shields, Robert L 38 

Shillock, John C, Jr 7,124 

Shivers, Forrest 27,133 

Shockley, William P., Jr 46 

Sholes, Walter H 50,112 

Shubert, Leonard B 5,148 

Shullaw, Harold .'i2.129 

Shuman, Florence Jean. 25 

Siebens, Allen C 59 

Sigmoud, Frithjof C 49,154 

Silberstein, Joseph A 13, 135 

Simmons, John F 17,104 

Simpson, Arthur Abraham.. 27, 152 

Simpson, Robert Smith 4,147 

Sims, Harold 46,131 

Sims, William J 6 

Siracusa, Ernest V 29,129 

Skartvedt, Enoch W 55,142 

Skewes, Jearme R 22 

Skinner, Robert P 158 

Skora, George W 13 

Skousen, Samuel J 43 

Slater, Fred C 158 

Slavens, Stanley Q 39,124 

Slayton, Morgan 41 

Smale, William A 38,116 

Small, George W _ 32 

Smith, A. Viola 158 

Smith, Bromley K 57,129 

Smith, Donald W 49,120 



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Smith, E. Talbot 28,113 

Smith, Grant K 13 

Smith, Harry 52 

Smith, Hem-yT 31,126 

Smith, Horace H 22, 116 

Smith, John N 38,133 

Smith, J. Paul, Jr 48 

Smith, Jule B-... 25,124 

Smith, Levi Pease, Jr 27, 135 

Smith, Merlin E 4,129 

Smith, Ridgeway P., Jr 4, 37 

Smith, Roger L 48 

Smith, RufusZ 40,137 

Smith, Sylvester Perry 1 

Smith, Thomas C 49, 154 

Smith, Walter. 20,124 

Smith, Walter Bedell 53 

Smucker, Estelle 17 

Smyser, William L 15,126 

Smyth, Cornelius E 17 

Smyth, Robert Lacy 12,108 

Snider, Clyde W 48,133 

Snider, Fred 12,149 

Snidow, William B., Jr 9 

Snow, Wilham P.... 13,120 

Snyder, Byron B 34,129 

Sokobin, Samuel 26,110 

Solana, J. Ramon... 13,131 

Somerville, James 32,110 

Soule, Robert H- 10 

Southard, Addison E_ 158 

Southard, Walter P., Jr 10 

Southerland, Harlan 18 

Sowell, Benjamin L 28 

Sowell, Joseph W ..._ 8 

Spalding, Francis L 49,124 

Spamer, Carl O 158 

Sparks, Edward J 54,112 

Sparks, Joseph S 32,129 

Speer, James P., 2d 11,129 

Spencer, Floyd A 17,18 

Speyer, Darthea 35 

Spielman, Henry W 32, 149 

Spiker, Clarence J 12,108 

Spilman, Lawrence A 48 

Spinx, JaekC 22 

Spitler, James H 55,154 

Spivack, Herbert D 32, 135 

Springer, Paul L 28 

Springs, L. Pittman___. 22 

Sprouse, Philip D.. 10, 120 

Spry, James W.. 38 

Squire, Paul C _ 1,112 

Squires, Leslie Albion. 18,131 

Stabler, Warwick B 48 

Stabler, Wells 42 

Stafford, Maurice L 37,112 

Stanford, Q. Alonzo 5,134 

Stanton, Edwin F.... _ 47,104 

Stanton, Willard Quincy 49, 116 

Starcevic, Anthony E 38 

Startzell, Robert R 2 

Staten, Verne G 27 

Staufler, Thomas B 23,133 

Stebbins, Henry E. 25, 116 

737422—47 12 



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Steele, Bernard 21 

Steere, Loyd V 22,106 

Steger, Christian T 15,108 

Stegmaier, John L 12,131 

Stein, Robert A 40 

Steinbeck, Paul W 5 

Steinhardt, Laurence A 15 

Steinmetz, Jay F 7 

Steintorf, Paul P 44, 110 

Stensby, Edith A 26 

Stephan, Charles H 8,149 

Stephens, Richard H 20, 135 

Sterling, Frederick A 158 

Steussy, Robin E. 31,137 

Stevens, Francis Bowden... 57, 117 

Stevens, Harry E 52,117 

Stewart, Francis R 158 

Stewart, James B 158 

Stewart, John Lammey 15, 138 

Stewart, Warren C 9, 151 

Stillman, Ezra Clark 3,37,139 

Stines, Norman C, Jr 29, 131 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr 57, 129 

Stoffel, Albert W 22,131 

Stokes, William N 11,137 

Stoll, Albert E., Jr. 34 

Stone, John F 40, 120 

Stookey, Robert W 39,134 

Stoops, Don 37, 143 

Stoppani, Charles 50 

Stora, DeWitt L 54,134 

Story, Harry W 15,152 

Stovall, RolloP 16,152 

Stratton, Chester M 55 

Streeper, Robert B 11, 113 

Stritman, Harry R 34,149 

Strom, Carl W 57,120 

Strong, Curtis C _ 39,143 

Strong, John L... 2 

Strong, Robert C 68,124 

Stryker, Gerald 11,137 

Stryker, Virginia C 13 

Stuart, J. Leighton 9 

Stuart, Wallace W 10,129 

Sturgeon, Leo D 158 

Sturm, Paul J- 60,149 

Statesman, John H., Jr 12, 137 

Styles, Francis H 11,113 

Sullivan, Don Lawrence 17, 140 

SuUivan, Martin F 10 

Sumner, Philip D.. 37,154 

Sundell, Charles C 8 

Sunderland, Morton 29 

Sundt, Olaf Francis.. 4,9,16,43,147 

Sutterlin, James S... 23,137 

Sutton, F. Lester 33,129 

Svestad, Anvor B 42 

Swank, Emory C 12,137 

Swayne, Kingdon W 25,137 

S weetser, Willard M 55 

Swenson, Laurits S 158 

Swift, Merritt... 158 

SwiudoU, Thomas H.... 42 

Swope, Warren L 23 

Symans, Edward A. 45 



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Sztolcman, LudwLk 45,147 

Taber, Alva. 53 

Taft, Orray, Jr 8,124 

Tait, George 24,110 

Talbott, Sheridan 158 

Taliaferro, Charles H 7 

Tanner, Edward Livingston. 30, 148 

Tarin, John A.. 55 

Tate, Foster J 20 

Tausch, Egon R 54 

Taylor, Clifford C 45,107 

Taylor, Fred 25,145 

Taylor, Henry L 28 

Taylor, Kathleen C 14 

Taylor, Laurence W 58,117 

Taylor, Robert L 26 

Taylor, Robert M 19,120 

Teall, Oirvan 7 

Teller, Hugh H 50,152 

TePaske, Adelphos H 24 

Tewell, Harold S 58,107 

Tewksbury, Howard H 58, 110 

Thayer, Charles W... 58,121 

Thibodeaux, Ben 19,138 

Thiel, Cyril L. F.... 37,124 

Thomas, Charles W.... 24 

Thomas, Frederick W 26 

Thomas, Luther A., 2d 26 

Thomas, Sheldon .--- 31,117 

Thomason, John W., 3d 32,143 

Thomasson, David A 25,124 

Thompson, Arthur T 1,138 

Thompson, Charles O 32.124 

Thompson, E. Bigelow 55, 139 

Thompson, Harold Edward 

M 14,18,30,41 

Thompson, J. Charles 11,134 

Thompson, Leonard E 39 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr. 58,112 

Thompson, Margaret W 12, 143 

Thompson, Paul Dean 33 

Thompson, Samuel R 27,113 

Thompson, Tyler ---- 68,117 

Thurgood, Harriet C 35 

Thurston, Ray L 58,121 

Thurston, Walter 37, 104 

Tibbets, Gene H 46 

Timberlake, Clare H 58,121 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr.... 30,104 

Titus, EarleO. 48,164 

Tobler.JohnH 20,149 

Todd, Walter E... -- 53 

Toepfer, John B., Jr 10 

Tolman, George L 8 

Tolman, Lewis B. 43 

Tomlinson, Franklin E 16 

Tompkins, Benjamin F 2 

Tooke, Charles M 26 

Toole, Richard A 41 

Toon, Malcolm... - 45,134 

Topping, John L --- 64,126 

Toth, Alexander B 25,149 

Totten, Ralph J -- 168 



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Touchette, Joseph I.. 27,121 

Tower, Arthur F__.. 27,117 

Towers, Augustus Robert, Jr. 32 

Towler, Harry H., Jr.... 41 

Towson, Norman E 1,145 

Toyne, Llewellyn Vernon 2,148 

Travers, Howard K 8,107 

Tredwell, Roger C 158 

Trimble, William C 58,117 

Troutman, Harry L... 50,113 

Trowbridge, Jones R 1,154 

Troxel, Oliver L., Jr 44,135 

Trueblood, Edward G 58, 117 

Tuck, S. Pinkney.. 17,104 

Tucker, Forrest 54 

Turner, Thomas T.. 22,135 

Turner, William T 9,112 

Tuthill, John W 58,126 

Twining, Kinsley 27,134 

Twombly, John F 55 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr 53, 124 

Tynan, Richard M 35,137 

Unverzagt, Henry T _ 38, 154 

Usher, Richard E 27,131 

Valentine, Francis B 20 

Valenza, Angelo D.. 22 

Valenza, Thomas F. 58, 152 

Van Auken, Robert D 21 

Vance, Marshall M 22, 110 

Vance, Reginald F. C 47 

Vance, Sheldon B 21,131 

Van Dee, Eugene H 45 

van den Arend, Frederik 40, 113 

Vanderburg, William O 52,145 

Vander Laan, Joseph W 52, 142 

Van Mater, Blinn 51 

Van Oss, Hendrik 58,131 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 39, 110 

Vargas, Armando E 38 

Varrelmann, George 14 

Vass, Lawrence C... 25, 144 

Vaughan, Stephen B 27, 154 

Vaughn, Robert J 53 

Vebber, John M 43, 142 

Veltman, Hugh 38 

Vigil, Abraham 38 

Vincent, John Carter 58, 105 

Vinson, J. Kittredge.. 23,126 

Vogenitz, Hernan 13, 153 

von der Lieth, John N 23 

von Hellens, Lawrence W_.. 49, 154 

Von Leuven, Harry F 15 

von Lossberg, Victor E 33, 149 

von Tresckow, Egmont C 158 

Vyse, William Clarke 38, 121 

Wackwitz, Donald N. 29 

Waddell, Harold N 4 

Wadsworth, Craig W 158 

Wadsworth, George 33,104 

Waggoner, Edward L 32, 135 

Wagner, Carl a.. _ 54 

Wagner, Joseph J 46,129 



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Wagner, Robert W 1,149 

Wailes, Edward T 58,112 

Walker, Berrisford H 34 

Walker, Howard L., Jr 38 

Walker, Jay 46, 121 

Walker, John B 12,154 

Walker, Joseph F 22,152 

Walker, William W.._ 58,127 

Wallace, William E... 12 

Waller, Fred E... 35,129 

Waller, George P 3,37,117 

Wallick, Rex L..__ 34, 154 

Walmsley, Walter N., Jr 19, 112 

Walsh, Edward J., Jr 38 

Walsh, John P 23,147 

Walsh, Walter M 21 

Walstrom, Milton C 28 

Walters, Vernon A. _ 6 

Walton, Charles M., Jr 43 

Walton, Willis E 30 

Wanamaker, Temple, Jr 16, 129 

Ward, Angus _ 11,110 

Ward, Dorothy R._ 47 

Ward, Roberts 12,117 

Warden, Randall D 36,51 

Wardlaw, Andrew B 48,129 

Waring, Robert Olaf 39 

Warner, Carlos J 12,113 

Warner, Charles T 8 

Warner, Gerald _. 59,121 

Warner, Norman E 4, 137 

Warner, Percy De F 5,140 

Warner, Shirley R 10 

Warren, Avra M- 41,104 

Warren, Fletcher 41,104 

Warren, Fred M 30 

Warren, Shields, Jr 13 

Warren, Victor Charles 19 

Washbume, Carleton W 35, 140 

Washington, Raoul F . . _ 14 

Washington, S. Walter 37,110 

Wasson, Thomas C 19,112 

Waterman, Henry S 158 

Watrous, Livingston D 1, 129 

Watson, Hugh H 158 

Watson, Kenneth N 43 

Watson, Osborn S 41,113 

Weatherby, Meredith 59,127 

Weaver, Findley 43,147 

Weaver, Paul L. F 9 

Webb, James H., Jr 30, 143 

Webb, Oliver Paul 53 

Webster, Donald Everett... 51,142 

Webster, Edward C, Jr 38 

Weddell, Alexander W 158 

Weil, T. Eliot 31,121 

Weise, Robert W., Jr 48,132 

Weisenburg, Leslie A 20, 153 

Weisgall, Hugo D 15,149 

Weismann, Henri Andr6 5, 147 

Welch, Aubrey Lee, Jr 23 

Welch, Rolland 6,121 

Wellborn, Alfred T 19, 124 

Wellman, Harvey R 14,131 

Wells. Alfred W.. 58,131 



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Wells, H. Bartlett 14,121 

Wells, Marshall F.... 30 

WeUs, Milton K 58,121 

Wendelin, Erin C. 58,117 

Wendt, ErwinW 23 

Wendt, William R 10 

Wenner, Thomas J. B 22, 147 

Werner, Donald H 16 

Wernimont, Kenneth 13,141 

Wessels, Helen E 2,142 

West, George Lybrook, Jr... 58, 126 

Westheimer, Henry G. B 32 

Westley, Roy Olin 46,150 

Weyher, Theodore A 50 

Wharton, Clifton R... 46,117 

Wharton, David B 1,146 

Whatton, James A 2 

Whedbee, Robert E 47,131 

Wheeler, Harold W 10 

Wheeler, Post 158 

Whelen, John H., Jr 43 

Whitaker, Charles H 54,126 

Whitaker, Hugh N 35,143 

White, John G 33 

White, Byron 7,129 

White, Clotilda B. Carey 33 

White, Duncan Murchison... 3, 149 

White, Howard A 39 

White, Ivan B 19, 121 

White, John Campbell. 158 

White, Rollie H., Jr 58 

Whitney, Thomas P 53,149 

Whitson, Jack H 26 

Whittinghill, George D 21 

Widmer, Louis L 25,151 

Widney, George M 4,134 

Wiedenmayer, Joseph E 48, 149 

Wieland, William A 13,131 

Wiesner, Louis A 23,134 

Wiley, John C 12,104 

Wiley, Samuel Hamilton 158 

WMley, Walter W 21 

Wilford, Richard R 48,137 

Wilkins, Eraser 58,127 

Wilkinson, Edward C 39,145 

Wilkinson, James R-- 24,112 

Wilkowski, Jean Mary 13 

Willems, John M. _. 34 

Willey, JohnA 41 

Williams, Arthur R 8, 125 

Williams, Elbert R 24 

Williams, Frank S 158 

Williams, Harris H .._, 48,134 

Williams, John G 21 

Williams, Lea E 12 

Williams, Manning H 53, 143 

Williams, Philip P.__ 1,125 

Williams, Randall S., Jr 32, 149 

Williams, Spencer.. 31,139 

Williams, Thomas C 15 

Williams, Vincent D 30 

Williams, William L. S 27,131 

Williamson, Harold L... 158 

Williamson, Raymond E. S.. 7 
Willis, Armond D 53,140 



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Willis, Frances E. 58,113 

Willson, Gilbert R 158 

Wilson, Charles S 158 

Wilson, Edwin C 51,105 

Wilson, Eva Bryan 3 

Wilson, Evan M 32, 121 

Wilson, Hugh R 158 

Wilson, Jackson W 16, 134 

Wilson, James Parker 34, 149 

Wilson, Orme 158 

Wilson, Raymon A., Jr 5 

Wilson, Robert A 45, 137 

Wilson, Robert E 18,125 

Wilson, Thomas M 158 

Wilson, W. John, Jr 37 

Wilson, Warden McK 158 

Winfree, Robert M 4 

Wing, Albert O., Jr 33 

Wingo, James Q 44,148 

Winn, James J... 32 

Winn, Joanne V 3 

Wiuship, North 7, 106 

Winslow, Rollin R.. 158 

Winston, Robert A 49 

Winters, George H.- 58,110 

Withers, Charles D 32 

Withey, Francis M 39 

Withey, Howard F 7,117 



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Witman, William, 2d 29,125 

Wolcott, Henry M 158 

Wolf, Charles, Jr 40 

Wolf , Franklin W 54, 139 

Wolff, Stanley B 4, 135 

Wollam, ParkF 5 

Wondcrley, A. Wayne 49 

Wong, Paul 12,154 

Wood, Harold C 39,154 

Wood, Hilton F 8 

Wood, John R 20,149 

Wood, John S., Jr 21 

Wood, Walter A 7 

Woodfall, Colin C 1 

Woods, Sam E 35,50,106 

Woodward, G. Carlton 158 

Woodward, Robert F 14,117 

Woolf, Donald L 41 

Wooster, Julia Louise 21 

Worden, Marion L, 60 

Worster, Stephen C 38,151 

Wren, Fred H__. 7,143 

Wright, Gordon J 20,131 

Wright, James H 58,117 

Wright, Tilden P 5 

Wright, William D-_ 49,125 

Wright, William P 11 



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W3rman, Leslie H 17,18 

Wyman, Parker D 23,137 

Xanthaky, Theodore A 45, 147 

Yates, Sam L., Jr... 12,134 

Yearns, Kenneth J 58,121 

Yeaton, Ivan D 10 

Yelton, Elmer E 28 

Yerby, William J 158 

Yhtalo, J. Raymond _.. 19,147 

Yost, Bartley F 158 

Yost, Charles W 15,117 

Yost, Robert L 48,137 

Young, James B 158 

Yoimg, Samuel H 28 

Young, Whitney 41,121 

Zagorski, Stephen D 45, 149 

Zapf, Lacey C 158 

Zawadzki, Casimir T 45, 151 

Zeigler, William H 44 

Zentz, George H-__ 6 

Zerbel, Harry R 20, 135 

Ziler, William D... 18 

Zirkle, Vernon B 46,154 

Zorzick, Elizabeth 11,152 

Zweig, Ben...- 38,152 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 

[The names of provinces, states, and other administrative divisions are omitted from this index, but those in 
countries the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to consular districts may be found on 
pages 73-95 alphabetically under name of country.] 



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Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa 28,66 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 18, 63 

Adelaide, South Australia 2,61 

Aden, Aden 27,65 

Aegean, Ital ian Islands of. See Italian Islands of 
the Aegean. 

Afghanistan 1,61,73 

Africa . 28,66,73 

See also Accra, Algiers, Azores, Canary Islands, 
Cape Verde Islands, Dakar, Egypt, Lagos, 
L6opoldville, Liberia, Louren?o Marques, 
Luanda, Madagascar, Madeira, Mombasa, 
Morocco, Nairobi, Tunis, and Union of 
South Africa. 

Agua Prieta, Sonera, Mexico 38, 68 

Alexandria, Egypt 17,63 

Algiers, Algeria _. 22,63 

Almirante, Panama 43 

Amsterdam, Netherlands-- 40,70 

Andaman Islands-- - 84 

Andorra.-- 74 

Angola, Africa 46, 71 

Anliara, Turkey 51 

Annobon 73 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, British West Indies.. 28, 66 

Antilla, Cuba 15 

Antofagasta, Chile.- 9,61 

Antwerp, Belgium 4,61 

Antwerpen. See Antwerp. 

Arabia (see also Saudi Arabia) 27, 47, 65, 74 

Arequipa, Peru. 44 

Argentina 1,61,74 

Aruba, West Indies 40 

Ascension 73 

Asuncion, Paraguay 43,70 

Athenai. See Athens. 

Athens, Greece 29,66 

Auckland, New Zealand 41,70 

Australia . 2,61,74 

Austria 3 

Azores 45,71,74 

Baghdad, Iraq 33,67 

Bahamas-.- 28,66,74 

Bahia, Bahia, Brazil.. -- 6,61 

Bahrein Islands 74 

Bala. See Bahia. 

Baile Atha Cliath. See Dublin. 

Bangkok, Siam --- 47,71 

Barbados, British West Indies 28, 66 

Barcelona, Spain 48,71 



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Barranquilla, Colombia- 13, 62 

Basel, Switzerland - -- 50,71 

Basra, Iraq 33,67 

Batavia, Java, Netherlands Indies 40,70 

Beirut, Lebanon --- 36,68 

BelSm. See ParS. 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 26,64 

Belgian Congo 4,61 

Belgium 3,61,74 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia 55,72 

Belize, British Honduras 28,66 

Beograd. See Belgrade. 

Bergen, Norway..- - 70 

Berlin, Germany 22,63 

Bermuda - 28,66,75 

Bern, Switzerland 49,71 

Bhutan {see India) 83 

Bilbao, Spain 48,71 

Birmingham, England 26,64 

Bogota, Colombia - 12,62 

Bolivia 4,61,75 

Bombay, India.. 32,67 

Bordeaux, France 21,63 

Borneo, British. See British Malaysia. 
Borneo, Netherlands. See Netherlands Indies. 

Bradford, England .- 26,64 

Brazil... -_ 5,61,75 

Bremen, Germany - 23,63 

Bremerhaven, Germany 23 

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 2,61 

Bristol, England - 26,64 

British Guiana 28,66,75 

British Honduras --- -. 28,66 

British Malaysia 75 

British West Indies (see also West Indies)... 28,66,95 

Brussels, Belgium *. 3,61 

Bruxelles. See Brussels. 

Bucharest, Rumania 46,71 

Budapest, Hungary 31,66 

Buenaventura, Colombia 13 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 1,61 

Bulgaria.. 7,61,75 

Burma 27,75 

Cairo, Egypt 17,63 

Calcutta, India...- 32,67 

Calgary, .Alberta, Canada 7 

Call, Colombia.. 13,62 

Camagiiey, Cuba 62 

Canada 7 

Canary Islands 47,71,75 

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Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Aus- 
tralia... 2 

Canton, Kwangtung, China _ 12,62 

Cap Haitien, Haiti 30 

Cape Verde Islands 75 

Capetown, Cape Province, Union of South 

Africa 52,72 

Caracas, Venezuela 54,72 

Cardiff, Wales 26,64 

Cartagena, Colombia 13,62 

Casablanca, Morocco 39,70 

Caserta, Italy 59 

Ceara. See Fortaleza. 
Ceiba. See La Ceiba. 

Ceylon 27,65,75 

Cherbourg, France __. 21,63 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico 38,68 

Chile 9,61,76 

China 9,62,76 

Chosen. See Korea. 

Christchurch, New Zealand 41 

Christiania, Norway. See Oslo. 

Chungking, Szechwan, China 11,62 

Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 38.68 

Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Kepublic 16,62 

Cochabamba, Bolivia... 5,61 

Colombia 12,62,76 

Colombo, Ceylon 27,65 

Colon, Panama _ _ 43 

Comoro Islands (see Madagascar) 73, 87 

Concepcion, Chile 9 

Constantinople, Turkey. See Istanbul. 

Copenhagen, Denmark 15,62 

Corisco 73 

Cork, Ireland 33,67 

Corse 78 

Costa Rica 13,62,77 

Crozet (see Madagascar),. 87 

Cruz Grande, Coquimbo, Chile 9 

Cuba.. 14,62,77 

Curacao, West Indies 40,70,77 

Cyprus. 1 77 

Czechoslovakia 15,62,77 

Dairen, China.. ._ 11 

Dakar, French West Africa 22,63 

DamSo (see Portuguese India) 84 

Damascus, Sjrria , 51, 71 

Danzig, Poland. See Gdansk. 

Denmark 15,62,77 

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia... 47, 71 

Diu (see Portuguese India) 84 

Dodecanese Islands. See Italian Islands of the 
Aegean. 

Dominican Republic 16,62,77 

Dublin, Ireland 33,67 

Dunedin, New Zealand... 41 

Durban, Natal. Union of South Africa 52,72 

Dutch East Indies. See Netherlands Indies. 
Dutch Guiana. See Surinam. 
Dutch West Indies. See Curasao. 

East Indies. See Netherlands Indies. 

Ecuador 16,62.77 

Edinburgh, Scotland 26,64 



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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 7 

Egypt. 17,63,77 

Eire. See Ireland. 

El Salvador 18,63,77 

Elobey Islands, Great and Little 73 

England 24,64,80 

Estonia 18 

Ethiopia 18,63,78 

Fernando de Noronha 75 

Fernando Po.. 73 

Fiji Islands.. 28,66 

Finland 19,63,78 

Firenze. See Florence. 

Florence, Italy 35, 67 

Formosa. See Taipei. 

Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario, Can- 
ada 7 

Fortaleza, Caer&, Brazil... 6,61,78 

France 19,63 

Frankfort on the Main, Germany 23,64 

Frankfurt-am-Main. See Frankfort on the 
Main. 

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 7 

French Guiana 63,78 

French Indochina 63,78 

French West Indies 22,63,79,95 

Funchal, Madeira, Portugal 46,71 

Galapagos Islands 77,91 

Gdansk (Danzig), Poland 45 

Geneva, Switzerland 50,71 

Genoa, Italy 35,67 

Genova. See Genoa. 

Georgetown, British Guiana 28,66 

Germany 22,64,79 

Gibraltar 27 

Glasgow, Scotland 27,64 

Glorious Islands (see Madagascar) 73, 87 

Godthaab, Greenland 16,62 

Gold Coast, West Africa 28,66 

Golfito, Costa Rica 14 

Goteborg, Sweden 49,71 

Great Britain 24,64,80 

Greece... 29,66,83 

Greenland (see vnder Denmark) 16,62,77 

Grenada, British West Indies 28,66 

Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 38, 68 

Guatemala 29,66,83 

Guatemala, Guatemala 29,66 

Guayaquil, Ecuador 17,62 

Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico 38,68 

Guiana. See French Guiana, Surinam, and 
British Guiana. 

Habana, Cuba... 14,62 

Hague (The), Netherlands 39 

Haiti. 30,66,83 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 7 

Hamburg, Germany 24,64 

Hamilton, Bermuda. 28,66 

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 7 

Hankow, Hupeh, China... 11,62 

Hanoi, French Indochina 22,63 

Helsinki, Finland 19,63 



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Honduras - 30,66,83 

Honduras, British 28,66 

HongKong_. - 27,75 

Hull, England - --- 27,64 

Hungary 31,66,83 

Iceland - --- -- 31,67,83 

India --- 31,67,84 

Indies. See Netherlands Indies and West Indies. 
Indochina, French. See French Indochina. 

Iquitos, Peru _ _ 44 

Iran -- 32,67,84 

Iraq 33,67,84 

Ireland 33,67,85 

Ireland, Northern - 24,64,85 

Irish Free State. See Ireland. 

Islas de la Bahia 83 

Istanbul, Turkey-.- ---- 52,72 

Italian Islands of the Aegean 85 

Italy -- 34,59,67,85 

Izmir, Turkey 62,72 

Jamaica, British West Indies 28, 66, «6 

Japan. 35,59,68,86 

Java, Netherlands Indies.. 40,70 

Jerusalem, Palestine. 42,70 

Jidda, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 47, 71 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South Africa. 62, 72 
Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia. 

Kabul, Afghanistan 1,61 

Karachi, India 32,67 

Kaunas, Lithuania 36 

Keijo, Chosen. See Seoul, Korea. 

Kenora, Ontario, Canada 8 

Kenya, East Africa 28,66 

Kerguelen (see Madagascar).. .-. -.. 87 

Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies 28,66 

Kobe, Japan 68 

KSbenhavn. See Copenhagen. 

Korea 35,60,68,87 

Krakow, Poland. - - 45 

Kunming, Yunnan, China 11,62 

Kurile Islands... 86 

La Ceiba, Honduras - 30,66 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 28, 66 

La Quaira, Venezuela. 55 

La Oroya, Peru 44 

La Paz, Bolivia 4,61 

La Romana, Dominican Republic 16 

Latvia.. 36 

Lebanon 36,68,87 

Leeward Islands, British West Indies 28 

Le Havre, France -.. 21,63 

Lgopoldville, Belgian Congo 4,61 

Liberia 36,68,87 

Liechtenstein 36,87 

Lima, Peru 43,70 

Limerick, Ireland. 33 

Lisboa. See Lisbon. 

Lisbon, Portugal 45,71 

Lithuania 36 

Liverpool, England 27,65 



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Loanda, Angola, Africa. See Luanda. 

London, England 24,65 

Lourenfo Marques, Mozambique, Africa 46,71 

Luanda, Angola, Africa. 46,71 

Luxembourg 37,68,87 

Luxembourg, Luxembourg 37,68 

Lyon, France 21,63 

Madagascar 22,63,87 

Madeira.... 46,71,87 

Madras, India 32,67 

Madrid, Spain 47,71 

Malaga, Spain .- 48,71 

Malay States. -See British Malaysia. 

Malta 27 

Man, Isle of 81 

Managua, Nicaragua 41,70 

Manaos, Amazonas, Brazil 6 

Manaus. See ManSos. 

Manchester, England.. 27, 65 

Manila, Republic of the Philippines. 44, 70 

Manzanillo, Cuba... 15 

Maracaibo, Venezuela 55,72 

Marianas Islands 92 

Marseille, France. 21,63 

Marshall Islands 92 

Martinique, French West Indies 22,63 

Matagalpa, Nicaragua 41 

Matamoros, Tamauhpas, Mexico. 38,68 

Mauritius 73 

Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico 38,68 

Medellin, Colombia 13,62 

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 2, 61 

Mferida, Yucatto, Mexico 38,69 

Mesopotamia. See Iraq. 

Mexican, Baja California, Mexico 38,69 

Mexico 37,68,87 

M6xico, D. F., Mexico. 37,69 

Milan, Italy -.- 35,67 

Mollendo, Peru.. 44 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa.. 28,66 

Monaco 90 

Monrovia, Liberia. 36,68 

Montenegro. See Yugoslavia. 

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 38, 69 

Montevideo, Uruguay 54,72 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada 7 

Morocco.. 38,70,90 

Moscow, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics... 53, 72 

Mozambique, Africa 46, 7 1 

Mukden, China 11 

MQnchen. See Munich. 

Munich, Germany 24,64 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa... 28,66 

Nanking, Kiangsu, China 9,62 

Naples, Italy 35,67 

NSpoli. See Naples. 

Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas 28, 66 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil 6,61 

Nepal (see India) 84 

Netherlands. 39,70,90 

Netherlands Guiana. See Surinam. 

Netherlands Indies... . 40,70,90 



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Netherlands West Indies. See Curacao. 

New Caledonia -_. 91 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 27, 65 

New Delhi, India 31 

Newfoundland 28,66,91 

New Providence, Bahamas (see Nassau) _. 28 

New Zealand-.. 41,70,91 

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada 

Nicaragua 41,70,91 

Nice, France 21,63 

Nict'bar Islands 84 

Nigeria, West Africa 28,66 

Nogales, Sonora, Mexico 38,69 

Norfolk Island 92 

Northern Ireland. See Ireland, Northern. 

Norway 41,70 

Nossi B6 (see Madagascar) 87 

Noumea, New Caledonia 22,63 

Nuevitas, Cuba __ _. ._. 15,62 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico 38,69 

Oceania. See Australia, Netherlands Indies, 
New Zealand, and Society Islands. 

Oporto, Portugal 46,71 

Osaka, Japan 68 

Oslo, Norway. 41,70 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 7 

Pacific Islands 91 

See also Australia, Fiji Islands, Japan, Nether- 
lands Indies, New Caledonia, New Zealand, 
Philippine Islands, and Society Islands. 

Palermo, Italy _._ 35,67 

Palestine and Trans-Jordan 42, 70, 92 

Panama 42 

Panama, Panama. 42 

Para, Para, Brazil 6,61 

Paraguay. 43,70,92 

Paramaribo, Surinam.. 40,70 

Paris, France.. 19,63 

Patras, Greece 29,66 

Peiping, Hopeh, China 11,62 

Peking. See Peiping. 
Pemba. See Zanzibar. 

Penang, Straits Settlements 64 

Pernambuco, Pernambuco, Brazil. 6,61 

Persia. See Iran. 

Perth , Western Australia , Australia 2, 61 

Peru 43,70,92 

Philippines, Republic of the 44,70,92 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico 39,69 

Plymouth, England 27,65 

Poland 45,71,92 

Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel, Azores 46, 71 

Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada (see Fort William 

and Port Arthur) 7 

Port-au-Prince, Haiti.. 30, 66 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, Union of South 

Africa 52,72 

Port Limon, Costa Rica 14,62 

Porto. See Oporto. 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 6,61 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies... 28,66 
Port Said, Egypt 17,63 



Page 

Portugal 45,71,92 

Poznan, Poland 45 

Praha, Czechoslovakia 15,62 

Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of South Africa 52 

Principe (see Africa) 73 

Puerto Armuelles, Panama 43 

Puerto la Cruz, Anzoategui, Venezuela 55 

Quebec, Quebec, Canada 8 

Quepos, Costa Rica 14 

Quito, Ecuador.... 16,62 

Rabat, Morocco 39 

Rangoon, Burma 27,65 

Recife. See Pernambuco. 

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 8 

Reunion 74 

Reykjavik, Iceland. 31,67 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico 39,69 

Riga, Latvia 36 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 5,61 

Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 6 

Roma. See Rome. 

Rome, Italy 34,59,67 

Rotterdam, Netherlands 40,70 

Rumania 46,71,92 

Russia. See Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 
Ryukyu Islands.. 86 

Sagua la Grande, Cuba 14 

Saigon, French Indochina 22,63 

St. Helena.. 74 

St. John, New Brunswick, Canada 8 

St. John's, Newfoundland 28,66 

St. Michael. See Sao Miguel. 

St. Paul (see Madagascar) 87 

St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada 8 

St. Thomas Island (see SSo Tom6). 

Ste. Marie (see Madagascar) 87 

Salaverry, Peru.. 44 

Salonika, Greece 29,66 

Salvador. See El Salvador. 

Sana'a, Yemen 55 

San Jose, Costa Rica 13,62 

San Luis PotosI, San Luis Potosf, Mexico 39,69 

San Pedro Sula, Honduras 30,66 

San Salvador, El Salvador 18,63 

Santiago, Chile... 9,61 

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 15,62 

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. See 

Ciudad Trujillo. 

Santos, Sao Paulo, Brazil 6,61 

SSo Luiz, Maranhao, Brazil. 6 

S5o Miguel, Azores... 46,71 

SSo Paulo, S5o Paulo, Brazil 6,61 

S§o Salvador. See Bahia. 

Sao Tome 74 

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada... 8 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of (see also Arabia) _ . 47, 71, 92 

Scotland 26,64,80 

Seoul, Korea 60,68 

Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom of the. 

See Yugoslavia. 
Seville, Spain 48,71 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 



177 



Page 

Seychelles -.. 74 

's Gravenhage. See The Hague. 

Shanghai, Kiangsu, China 11,62 

Siam 47,71,92 

Singapore --. 27,65 

Smyrna, Turkey. See Izmir. 

Society Islands, Oceania 22,63 

Sofia, Bulgaria 6,61 

South Africa, Union of 52,72,94 

Southampton, England 27, 65 

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union of 53,72,94 

Spain 47,71,92 

Stockholm, Sweden 49, 71 

Strasbourg, France 21,63 

Stuttgart, Germany 24,64 

Surinam 40,70,93 

Suva, Fiji Islands 28,66 

Sweden. 49,71,93 

Switzerland 49,71,93 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2, 61 

Syria 51,71,93 

Tabriz, Iran 33,67 

Tahiti, Society Islands, Oceania 22, 63 

Taihoku, Taiwan. See Taipei. 

Taipei, Taiwan _ 12,62 

Taiwan. 12,62 

Tallinn, Estonia 18 

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico 39, 69 

Tananarive, Madagascar 22,63 

Tanger. See Tangier. 

Tangier, Morocco 39,70 

Tasmania 74 

Tegucigalpa, Honduras 30,66 

Tehran, Iran.. 32,67 

Tela, Honduras 30 

Tenerife, Canary Islands... 48,71 

Thailand. See Siam. 

The Hague, Netherlands 39 

Thessalonike. See Salonika. 

Tientsin, Hopeh, China 12,62 

Tihwa, Sinkiang, China _ 12,62 

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 39,69 

Tokyo, Japan 59,68 

Torino. See Turin. 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 8 

Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico. . _ 39, 69 

Trans-Jordan. See Palestine and Trans-Jordan. 



Page 

Trieste, Italy 58, 67 

Trinidad, British West Indies 28,66 

Tristan da Cunha 74 

Tsingtao, Shantung, China... 12,62 

Tunis, Tunisia 23,64 

Turin, Italy 35,68 

Turkey 51,72.94 

Union of South Africa 52,72,94 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 53, 72, 94 

Uruguay 54,72,94 

Vaduz, Liechtenstein... _ 36 

Valencia, Spain 48, 71 

Valparaiso, Chile 9,61 

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 8 

Venezia. See Venice. 

Venezuela 54,72,94 

Venice, Italy 68 

Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico 39, 70 

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 8 

Victoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil 6 

Vienna, Austria 3 

Vigo, Spain 48,71 

Vitoria. See Victoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. 
Vladivostok, Union of Soviet Socialist Re- 
publics 54,72 

Wales....: _. _. 26,64,80 

Warsaw, Poland 45.71 

Warszawa. See Warsaw. 

Wellington, New Zealand 41,70 

West Indies 95 

See also Barbados, Cuba, Curacao, Dominican 

Republic, Haiti, Kingston, Nassau, and 

Port-of-Spain. 
Wien. See Vienna. 

Wight, Isle of 81 

Windsor, Ontario, Canada 8 

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 8 

Yemen 55 

Yokohama, Japan , 59,68 

Yugoslavia 55,72 

YUnnanfu. See Kunming. 

Zagreb, Yugoslavia 55, 72 

Zanzibar 74 

Ziirich, Switzerland 50,71 



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FOREIGN 

SERVICE 

LIST 

JULY 1, 1947 




a-tes o^ 



NOTE: To avoid delay and insure prompt 
attention, correspondence upon consular 
business should be addressed, for example, 
to— 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 



OCT 7 i>^ 

CONTENTS 

Page 

EXPLANATORY NOTE v 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS v 

POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT . i 

Countries: 

Afghanistan 1 

Argentina 1 

Australia 2 

Austria 3 

Belgium and Possessions 4 

Bolivia 5 

Brazil 5 

Bulgaria • 7 

Canada, 7 

Chile 9 

China . 9 

Colombia . 12 

Costa Rica 13 

Cuba 14 

Czechoslovakia 15 

Denmark 16 

Dominican Republic 16 

Ecuador 16 

Egypt 17 

El Salvador 18 

Estonia 18 

Ethiopia 18 

Finland 19 

France and Possessions 19 

Germany 22 

Great Britain and Northern Ireland 24 

Greece .29 

G uate mala 30 

Haiti 30 

Honduras 30 

Hungary 31 

Iceland! - 31 

India 31 

Iran 33 

Iraq 33 

Ireland 34 

Italy 34 

Japan 36 

Korea 36 

Latvia 36 

Lebanon 36 

u 



CONTENTS III 

POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT— Con. 

Countries — Con. Page 

Liberia 37 

Liechtenstein 37 

Lithuania 37 

Luxembourg 37 

Mexico 38 

Morocco 40 

Netherlands and Possessions 40 

New Zealand 41 

Nicaragua 42 

Norway . 42 

Palestine and Transjordan 43 

Panama 43 

Paraguay 44 

Peru 44 

Philippines, Republic of the 45 

Poland 45 

Portugal and Possessions 46 

Rumania 47 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of 48 

Siam 48 

Spain 48 

Sweden 49 

Switzerland 50 

Syria 51 

Turkey 52 

Union of South Africa 52 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 53 

Uruguay 54 

Venezuela 55 

Yemen 56 

Yugoslavia 56 

Personnel Assigned to the Department 57 

Personnel on Special and Temporary Detail 60 

Personnel on Detail as Inspectors 60 

Personnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Being Reestablished 60 

Special Offices 61 

CONSULAR DISTRICTS 63 

Description of Consular Districts 63 

Allocation of Provinces, States, etc., to Consular Districts 75 

TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 99 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 105 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE RESERVE OFFICERS.... 142 

CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS 149 

RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 165 

INDEX OF PERSONS 171 

GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 187 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 

The listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank. The 
relative rank of officers of the three categories of Foreign Service personnel will be 
determined by Foreign Service Regulations. 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

— Foreign Service officer 

— Foreign Service Reserve officer 

— Foreign Service Staff officer 

— Junior 

— Legation 

— Mission 

(MA) — Office of military attach^ 
-Office of naval attach^ 
-Senior 

(VC) — Vice consulate 

I indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service 
of the officer at the post. For this information the officer's biography in the 
Register of the Department of State should be consulted. 

§ indicates that the officer's service in the Foreign Service of the United States has 
been interrupted. The date given represents the commencement of his present 
period of service. For his prior service the officer's biography in the Register 
of the Department of State should be consulted. 



Admin 


I. — Administrative 


FSO 


Asst. 


— Assistant 


FSR 


(C) 


— Consulate 


FSS 


(CA) 


— Consular agency 


Jr. 


(CG) 


— Consulate general 


(L) 


CM 


— Foreign Service officer of class 
of career minister 


(M) 
(MA 


Cml. 


— Commercial 


(na: 


(E) 


— Embassy 


Sr. 


Econ. 


— Economic 


(VC) 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


AFGHANISTAN 

Kabul (L) 


Ely E. Palmer, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Frank Speer Coan, chief public-affairs officer 

Pierre E. Parker, attache 

Paul Paddock, second secretary; vice consul— 

David B. Wharton, asst. public-aflairs ofiBcer 


Feb. 9, 1945 

Jan. 21,1947 
Feb. 17,1947 
Oct. 15,1945 
Dec. 20,1946 
May 14,1947 
Oct. 22,1946 

May 3,1946 

Apr. 12,1946 

Nov. 29, 1946 

July 1, 1947 
Sept. 11, 1946 
Apr. 25,1945 
May 2,1946 
Sept. 20, 1945 
June 29,1945 
Nov. 2,1945 
Nov. 28. 1945 
May 1,1947 
May 13,1946 
May 18, 1945 
May 7,1947 
Jan. 10,1947 
Nov. 14, 1945 
May 28,1947 
Sept. 26, 1945 
tNov. 14, 1945 
May 2, 1944 
Apr. 6, 1947 
June 21,1945 
July 21,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 22,1946 
Apr. 4,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tJan. 31, 1947 
Mar. 18, 1947 
Jan. 29,1946 

tJan. 31,1947 
Mar. 31, 1947 
Aug. 31, 1945 
Oct. 4, 1945 
Aug. 20,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Sept. 27, 1946 


FSO-CM 




FSR-4 
FSS-6 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-10 


(MA) 


Bruce R. Crooks, third secretary; vice consul 

Lt. Col. Edward F. Kent, military attache.. 

George S. Messersmith, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Julian C. Greenup, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 
Guy W. Ray, counselor of embassy 


FSO-6 


AEGENTINA 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 

FSO-2 
FSR-2 




Paul C. Squire, consul general; first secretary 

Sidney E. O'Donoghue, counselor of embassy 

Arthur T. Thompson, agricultural attach^ 

Norman E Towson, attach^ 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 

FSS-2 




Edward S Maney first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 






FSR-3 






FSS-2 






FSO-3 




Richard O. Cromwell, asst. agricultural attache... 

William B. Loving, Jr., information officer. _ 

D Chadwick Braggiofti attache 


FSS-4 
FSR-4 

FSS^ 






FSO-4 




Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, first secretary; consul. . . 


FSO-4 
FSS-5 




Philip P. Williams, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 




John Alfred Barrett, asst. information officer 

Robert W. Wagner, econ. analyst 


FSS-5 
FSS-6 




Franklin Conklin, 3d, econ. analyst 


FSS-6 




Clyde James Hanna, asst cultural officer 


FSS-6 






FSS-6 




R. Kenneth Oakley, second secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-5 

FSS-7 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 




Thomas Gardner Allen, asst. public-affairs officer . 
Livingston D. Watrous, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
Jones R. Trowbridge, consul 


FSR-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-8 




Vernet L Gresham vice consul 


FSS-8 




Sylvester Perry Smith, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 




WUliam Twyman Lockett, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 




Arthur L. Gamson, third secretary; vice consul... 

James W. Pratt, third secretary; vice consul 

Clarence T. Breaux, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ARGENTINA— Con. 








Buenos Aires (E)— Con 


Francis W. Herron, asst. press officer.. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-10 




Dale M. Christensen, vice consul .. 


Jan. 24, 1947 


FSS-9 




Kathleen D. O'Shaughnessy, asst. admin, officer.. 


tFeb. 23,1947 


FSS-9 




J. H. Cameron Peake, vice consul. 


July 2, 1945 


FSS-11 




Frederick H. Hauser, Jr., vice consul 


Sept. 19, 1945 


FSS-11 




Jack B. Morrison, vice consul 


Oct. 5, 1945 


FSS-11 




Douglass K. Ballentine, vice consul.. 


Nov. 1, 1945 


FSS-11 




Edith P. Meredith, econ. analyst... 


tFeb. 23,1947 


FSS-12 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Charles H. Caldwell, military attach^ 


Feb. 25,1946 






and military air attache. 








Capt. Ranson Fullinwider, naval attache and 


Aug. 16,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. James B. Corbett, asst. military attache.. 


Mar. 27, 1946 






Lt. Col. John L. Strong, asst. military attache.... 


May 10, 1946 






Lt. Col. Donald B. Webber, asst. military attache. 


Jan. 9, 1947 






Lt. Comdr. James A. Whatton, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 29,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Robert R. Startzell. asst. naval at- 


Dec. 12,1946 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Col. Stanley J. Donovan, asst. military air attache. 


Feb. 5,1946 






MaJ. Richard C. Harris, asst. military air attache. 


Jan. 9, 1947 




AUSTBAUA 








Canberra, Australian Capital 


Robert Butler, ambassador extraordinary and 


July 12,1946 




Territory (E). 


plenipotentiary. 






Harold Shantz, counselor of embassy 


Feb. 26,1947 


FSO-1 




Llewellyn Vernon Toyne, agricultural attache; 


Feb. 12,1946 


FSS-5 




vice consul.' 








Donald W. Lamm, second secretary 


Apr. 24,1947 


FSO-4 




Martin B. Dale, acting cml. attache' 


Sept. 12. 1946 


FSR-1 




Rupert Prohme, asst. public-affairs officer.. 


Mar. 28,1947 


FSR-5 




James M. Gilchrist, Jr., third secretary 


Oct. 14,1946 


FSO-5 




Oliver Paul Webb, admin, asst.; special disbursing 


Jan. 28,1947 


FSS-10 




officer. 








Dorothy Chubbuck, disbursing officer '. 


Apr. 28,1947 


FSS-11 


(MA&NA) 


Brig. Gen. Edmund B. Sebree, mUitary attache... 


Jan. 11,1946 






Capt. Benjamin F. Tompkins, naval attache and 


Oct. 24,1945 






naval attache for air. 








Col. Ralph L. Michaelis, military air attache 


Oct. 13,1944 






Col. Jacob S. Sauer, asst .military attache.. 


Apr. 24,1946 






Comdr. Stephan Jurika, Jr., asst. naval attache 


May 12,1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 






Adelaide, South Australia 


Elvin Seibert, consul 


June 3,1947 
Mar. 14, 1947 
Oct. 14,1946 


rso-4 


(C). 


Verne Q. Staten, vice consul 


FSS-10 


Brisbane, Queensland (C)... 


William L. Peck, consul 


FSO-4 




C. William Cowles, vice consul 


July 19,1945 


Fse-10 


Melbourne, Victoria (C) 


Richard F. Boyce, consul general 


Jan. ■ 15, 1946 


FSO-3 




James R. Wilkinson, consul general 


June 2,1947 


FSO-3 




Helen E. WesseUs, cultural officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




Vernon B. Zirkle, vice consul 


Mar. 31, 1947 
Nov. 19, 1945 
tSept. 24. 1929 


FSS-9 




Armistead M. Lee, vice consul 


FSO-5 




Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Herbert B. Leggett, vice consul 


June 27,1946 


FSS-11 



• Resident in Sydney. 

' Assigned also as vice consul at Sydney; resident in Sydney. 

' Temporarily. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



AUSTRALIA— Con. 

Melbourne, Victoria (O— Con 

Perth, Western Australia (C) 
Sydney, New South Wales 
(CG). 



AUSTRIA 



Vienna (L). 



E. Eleanor Booth, librarian 

Martin Q. Blackmun, vice consul 

Rudolph W. Hefti, vice consul 

Orsen N. Nielsen, consul general 

David M. Maynard, cml. attach^ 

Knowlton V. Hicks, consul _ 

Webster Powell, attach^ 

Robert S. Burlingame, public-affairs oflBcer 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., consul 

Martin B. Dale, vice consul ' 

Delano McKelvey, vice consul 

Forrest N. Daggett, vice consul 

Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul... 

Alexander C. Johnpoll, vice consul 

Elizabeth M. Bond, librarian 

Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, vice consul; econ, 
analyst. 

Robert C. Arnold, vice consul * 

Joanne V. Winn, vice consul 

Eva Bryan Wilson, vice consul 



John O. Erhardt, envoy extraordinary and minis- 
ter plenipotentiary. 
Karl L. Rankin, counselor of legation for econ. 
affairs. 

Sydney L. W. Mellen, sr. econ. analyst 

James Orr Denby, counselor of legation 

Ware Adams, first secretary; consul 

Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural adviser 

Francis Deak, civil air attache' 

Laurence C. Frank, consul general; first secretary. . 

Alfred Ulmer, Jr., attache 

Eleanor Lansing Dulles, sr. econ. analyst . 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, attache 

William O. Boswell. second secretary; consul 

William F. Busser, second secretary; consul 

Duncan Murchison White, consul 

Paul E. Geier, second secretary; vice consul 

Robert J. Cunningham, asst. attache 

John H. Richardson, asst. attache 

Herman E. Hegyi, admin, asst. 

William S. MacKenzie, admin, asst ,. 

Mary Jane Porter, admin. oflBcer 

Michael R. Gannett, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Maynard B. Lundgren, vice consul 

Hugo V. Newell, vice consul; special disbursing 



{Nov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


22, 1945 


Apr. 


17, 1946 


Aug. 


1, 1946 


May 


6,1947 


Mar. 


4, 1947 


May 


31, 1946 


July 


1,1946 


June 


12, 1947 


tSept 


28, 1945 


Sept. 


2,1943 


Oct. 


18. 1945 


Oct. 


27, 1938 


Dec. 


2, 1946 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Feb. 


1,1945 


Nov. 


3,1944 


June 


13, 1945 


Oct. 


14, 1946 



Ben D. Kimpel, Foreign Service oflJcer 

Andrew E. Olson, third secretary; vice consul 

Martin Florian Herz, third secretary; vice consul.. 

James G. Cate, admin, asst 

Alan P. White, vice consul 

Joseph R. Jacyno, vice consul 

Roberta L. Meyerkort, vice consul 

' Assigned also as acting cml. attache at Canberra. 

' Resident in Canberra. 

' Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, and Sofia; resident in Bern. 



tAug. 3,1946 

Sept. 13, 1946 

Dec. 20,1944 
Dec. 28,1944 

tSept. 7,1946 
Dec. 28,1944 
Dec. 29,1945 

tSept. 7,1946 
Apr. 24,1947 
Feb. 23,1945 
Mar. 16, 1945 

tSept. 7,1946 
June 12,1947 

tJan. 31, 1947 

tSept. 7,1946 
Apr. 24,1947 
Apr. 24,1947 
Apr. 24,1947 
Apr. 24,1947 
Feb. 10,1946 

tSept. 24, 1946 
Oct. 27,1945 
June 14,1945 

Aug. 20,1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Oct. 2, 1946 

Apr. 24,1947 

Apr. 24,1947 

Jan. 7, 1946 

June 14,1947 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BELGIUM AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(Belgium) 


Admiral Alan O. Kirk, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary.! 
Hugh Millard, counselor of embassy 


Feb. 1, 1946 

June 3, 1947 
tJune 26,1945 

Nov. 28, 1944 

Feb. 26,1947 
tJuly 1, 1946 

Jan. 2, 1945 
tNov. 1,1945 
JApr. 30,1947 

Jan. 6, 1947 
tJan. 31,1947 

Dec. 14,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Jan. 15,1946 

tJan. 31,1947 
tFeb. 10,19^6 
Mar. 31, 1947 
May 22,1947 
Mar. 15,1946 

Oct. 16,1946 
Feb. 26,1945 
Oct. 31.1946 
Dec. 30,1944 
Jan. 27,1947 

•Dec. 10,1946 
Aug. 23,1946 

Nov. 27, 1945 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 6, 1946 

Jan. 10,1947 

June 2, 1947 
Oct. 4, 1944 
June 20,1945 
Aug. 22,1946 
July 19,1946 
July 29,1946 
Apr. 7,1945 
Aug. 25,1945 

Sept. 13, 1946 
July 30,1946 
Aug. 21.1946 
July 19,1946 






FSO-2 






FSR-2 






FSO-3 






rso-3 




Ezra Clark Stillraan, public-affairs officer ' 

Howard B. Railey, civil air attache * 


FSR-3 
FSR-4 




Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural attach^ 


FSR-1 




Daniel D. Hunter, attache 


FSS-4 




Clifton B Shoemaker, Jr., attache 


FSS-6 




Nea! D Borum, consul 


FSS-7 




Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attache s. 


FSR-5 
FSR-5 




G. McMurtrie Godley, second secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-5 
FSS-8 




J. Philip Groves, vice consul 

Harold Sims, third secretary; consul 


FSS-9 
FSO-5 




Merrill Mayhall Blevins, asst. attache 


FSS-8 




Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul; special dis- 
bursing agent. 
Harold N. Waddell, vice consul 


rss-9 

FSS-IO 






FSS-10 




Craig F. Edwards, third secretary; vice consuL... 


FSO-6 
FSS-11 






FSS-ll 


(MA &NA).. 


Col. Clare H. Armstrong, military attache... 

Lt. Comdr. Peter H. Jackson, naval attache and 
naval attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Malcolm A. Moore, military air attache. .. 

Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache.. 

Lt. Col. Ridgeway P. Smith, Jr., asst. military at- 
tache. 

Maj. John C. Parker, asst. military attache 

Paul P Steintorf, consul general 




Antwerp (Antwerpcn)(CO) 


rso-2 




Edward Anderson, consul 


FSO-4 






FSO-5 




Lnra C Bryning, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Robert B Hill, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Norman E Warner vice consul 


FSO-6 




Charles Hayden McLoon vice consul 


FSS-11 




J Roland Jacobs, vice consul 


Fss-n 


(Africa) 

Lfiopoldville, Belgian Congo 


William M. Gwynn, consul general 


FSO-3 


(CG). 


George M. Widney, vice consul 

Stanley B Wolff, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 




Lewis D. Brown, vice consul 


FSO-6 



' Accredited also to Luxembourg. 

' Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Luxembourg. 

* Assigned also to Luxembourg and Paris; resident in Paris. 

5 Assigned also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Paris; resident in Paris. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



BOLIVIA 
La Paz (E) 



(MA) -. 

Cochabamba (C) . 



Rio de Janeiro (E) . 



Name and title 



Joseph Flack, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Willard Oalbraith, first secretary; consul 

Carrel B. Larson, minerals attachS ' 

John A. E. Orloslii, cml. attach^ 

Olaf Francis Sundt, petroleum attache 2 

Garth P. James, information officer 

Justin E. O'Donnell, attach^ 

Merlin E. Smith, second secretary; vice consuL. 

Spencer M. King, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert J. Redinpton, third secretary; vice consul. 

Albert V. Nyren, third secretary; vice consul 

Parlj F. Wollam, vice consul. __ 

Morton Pomeranz, vice consul 

Col. Paul W. Steinbeck, military attachg.. 

Lt. Col. Tilden P. Wright, military air attache... 

Robert J. Dorr, vice consul 



William D. Pawley, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

David McK. Key, counselor of embassy 

Clarence C. Brooks, counselor of embassy for econ. 

aflairs. 

Erwin P. Keeler, first secretary; consul 

Guy Louis Bush, agricultural attache 

Ivan G. Harmon, petroleum attache 

Du Wayne G. Clark, cml. attache .- 

John B. Ocheltree, first secretary; consul 

Roy Nash, cultural officer 

Glenn George Wolfe, attache 

Norris S. Haselton, second secretary; consul 

Claude Courand, asst. cml. attache 

Emerson I. Brown, minerals attache 

W. J. Convery Egan, public-affairs officer 

Percy De F. Warner, civil air attache 

William M. Wheeler, Jr., attache 

Gardner B. MacPherson, asst. attache 

John H. Burns, second secretary; vice consul 

Randolph A. Kidder, second secretary; consul 

Leonard B. Shubert, press officer 

Alexander N. D. Marchant, publications officer... 

David A. deLima, attache 

Edward J. Rowell, second secretary; consul.* 

Martin Rosenberg, information officer 

Seaver R. Gilcreast, asst. cultural officer 

Henry Evans Thomas, 3d, attache 

Albert S. Browne, consul 

Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul 

Stewart G. Anderson, second secretary; vice consul. 

Aldene Barrington Leslie, econ. analyst 

Samuel H. McKinney, admin, asst 

John M. Hansen, vice consul 

I Henri Andre Weismann, second secretary; vice 
consul. 

'Assigned also to Bogota, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 
' Assigned also to Lima, Quito, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 27,1946 

May 14,1946 

June 4, 1946 

tApr. 16,1947 

June 21,1944 

July 1,1946 

Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 21.1946 

Feb. 8, 1946 

July 29, 1946 

Oct. 22,1946 

July 10, 1946 

Sept. 14, 1945 

July 16,1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 



Apr. 


15, 1947 


Apr. 


18, 1945 


Dec. 


23, 1946 


July 


2, 1943 


Jan. 


1, 1946 


Apr. 


21, 1945 


Apr. 


15, 1947 


tJuly 


1, 1946 


JApr. 


20, 1947 


Aug. 


22, 1946 


June 


2, 1947 


May 


18, 1944 


July 


1, 1946 


July 


29, 1946 


Jan. 


16, 1947 


Mar. 


20, 1947 


Sept. 


6, 1944 


Apr. 


26, 1946 


July 


1, 1946 


Feb. 


20, 1945 


May 23,1947 


tJune 


28, 1947 


July 


1, 1946 


Feb. 


18, 1947 


May 


22, 1947 


tJan. 


31, 1947 


tOct. 


28, 1945 


Apr. 


11, 1947 


Mar. 


5, 1943 


{Apr. 


21, 1946 


May 


12, 1947 


June 


28, 1947 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BRAZIL— Continued 




tJuly 1, 1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 14,1947 
Aug. 20,1946 
JFeb. 10,1946 
Jan. 7, 1947 
Dec. 3, 1946 
Feb. 14,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
June 15,1945 
Aug. 6,1946 

Jan. 3, 1946 

Feb. 28,1945 

Mar. 27, 1947 
Jan. 4, 1946 
Mar. 25, 1946 

Mar. 25, 1946 

June 3, 1946 

{Feb. 13,1947 
Nov. 8,1946 
Jan. 14,1946 


FSS-10 






FSS-10 






FSS-9 




Arthur D. Foley, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard A. Godfrey, econ. analyst 

James B. Engle, vice consul 

Jack E. Coimer, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Heber R. Bird, vice consul 


FSO-6 

FSS-U 
FSS-U 
FSO-6 

FSS-U 




Robert W. Paterson, vice consul 


FSS-11 






FSS-12 






FSS-ll 


^MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Richard Nugent, miltary attache and 

military air attache. 
Capt. William R. Cooke, Jr., naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Art B. Miller, Jr., asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Vernon A. Walters, asst. military attache 

Maj. William J. Sims, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Col. James C. McGehee, asst. military air attache. 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice cnnsnl 




Victoria, Espirito P"nto 


FSS-10 


(VC). 
Bahia (Salvador), Bal .j (C). 




FSO-4 




William P. Robertson, vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSS-11 


Fortalera, Cear& (C) 










Dec. 19,1946 

Apr. 30,1946 
July 17,1946 


FSS-10 


(C). 
Par& (Belfem), Par& (C) 




FSS-9 






FSS-11 








S5o Luiz, Maranhjo 


Wiley T. Clay, consular agent. 

George E. Miller, consul 

Raul d'Eca, public-affairs officer 


July 1, 1940 

Feb. 20, 1946 
Mar. 11,1947 

tDec. 29,1945 
Apr. 11,1946 
July 25,1946 

IJan. 1, 1947 
Dec. 1, 1942 

tJan. 31,1947 
Mar. 21, 1941 
Feb. 4,1946 
Jan. 23,1947 
tJan. 10,1946 
tMar. 31, 1947 
tJan. 31,1947 
Jan. 10,1946 
Jan. 7, 1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
Jan. 5, 1946 
{Feb. 21,1947 




(CA). 
Pernambuco (Recife), Per- 
nambuco (C). 


FSO-4 
FSR-5 




Ralph A. Schweitzer, vice consul 


FSO-5 


Porto Alegre, Rio Grande 


William Belton, consul 


FSO^ 


do Sul (C). 


Robert W. Adams, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Arden Edward DuBois, vice consul... 


FSS-10 


doSul(CA). 




FSS-8 


Sao Paulo, SSo Paulo (CO).. 




FSO-1 




Lynn W. Meekins, consul 


FSO-2 
FSO-3 






FSO-4 




Henry H. Carter, asst. public-affairs officer 

Marc L. Severe, consul 

Allen H. Lester, econ. analyst . 

Dwight R. Bishop, agricultural officer 

John F. Root, vice consul 

Edward V. Lindberg, vice consul 


FSR-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 




Ray n. Crane, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Ralf H. Masure, vice consul 


FSS-11 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


BULGARIA 

Sofia (Soflya) (United States 
Mission). 


Francis Deak civil air attacb6 i 


Dec. 29,1945 
Oct. 30,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 9, 1947 
Jan. 25,1946 
Jan. 9, 1947 
Apr. 7, 1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tNov. 18, 1943 

tJan. 20,1945 

Dec. 9, 1946 
Dec. 4,1944 
Nov. 16, 1928 
Jan. 27,1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 13,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Feb. 5, 1946 
May 25, 1944 
Feb. 25,1947 

tJan. 31,1947 
Oct. 29,1946 
Oct. 20,1944 
Aug. 30, 1945 

tNov. 29, 1946 
May 1, 1946 
Dec. 3,1946 

tMay 5,1946 

Mar. 18, 1946 
Apr. 16,1946 

Sept. 20, 1946 
Mar. 12, 1946 
May 8,1946 
Jan. 30,1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 

tJan. 31,1947 
tJan. 31,1947 
Feb. 15,1935 

Feb. 6,1946 
tJan. 8, 1946 
July 22,1942 
Sept. 19, 1921 

Sept. 13, 1945 
June 15,1946 


FSS-2 


George D. LaMont, Foreign Service officer 

William Kling, agricultural attache 2 

Louis Cbarles Beck, attachg _. 


FSO-3 
FSR-4 

FSS-5 
FSO-4 




Donald Freeman Ewing, attach^ 


FSS-7 




Robert Rossow, Jr., Foreign Service officer... 

Virgmia E. McQonigal, cultural officer 

Stanley M Cleveland, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSR-6 
FSO-6 


CANADA 

Ottawa, Ontario (E) 


Ray Atherton, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Henry M. Bankhead, counselor of embassy for 

econ. affairs. 

Julian F. Harrington, coimselor of embassy... 

Homer S Fov cml attach^ 


FSO-CM 

FSO-1 

FSO-1 

rso-2 




Oliver B. North, asst. cml. attach^ 

Edward D. McLaughlin, acting cml. attache 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 






FSR-3 




Dana M Doten, public-aflairs officer 


FSR-4 




Meade T Foster, agricultural attache 


FSR-4 


• 


John C. Shillock, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Rov Olin Westley, agricultural officer 


FSO-4 

FSS-7 






FSS-8 




Terry B. Sanders, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS-10 






FSS-10 






FSS-10 


(MA & NA) 


Paul F. DuVivier, third secretary; vice consul 

Quentin R. Bates, third secretary, vice consul.... 
Jay F. Steinmetz, vice consul; asst. disbursing 
agent. 

Col. Raymond E. S. Williamson, mOitary attach^. 
Capt. John Raby, naval attachS and naval attach^ 

for air. 

Col. Jack C. Hodgson, mUitary air attache.. 

Lt. Col. August Schonburg, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. Harold L. Richey, asst. military attache.. 
Comdr. Isaiah M. Hampton, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Col. Sherwood E. Buckland, asst. military air 

attache. 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 


Calgary, Alberta (C) 


FSS-8 






FSS-8 


Fort William and Port Artbur, 


Harvey T. Goodier, consul 


FSO-5 


Ontario (C). 
Halifax, Nova Scotia (CO) 


Alfred W. Klieforth, consul general 


FSO-1 




Fred M. Wren, vice consul 


FSR-5 




Charles H Taliaferro vice consul 


FSS-11 






FSS-8 


wick (VC). 




FSO-4 




George Moffitt, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-11 



' Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, 
» Assigned also to and resident in Belgrade. 



Vienna; resident In Bern. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 19 47 



Date of as- 
signment 



Category 
and class 



Canada — Continued 



Montreal, Quebec (CG), 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C)_ 
Quebec, Quebec (C) 



Regina, Saskatchewan (C). . 

St. John, New Brunswick 
(C). 

St. Stephen, New Bruns- 
wick (C). 

Sarnia, Ontario (C) 

Toronto, Ontario (CO) 



Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia (CO). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(C). 
Windsor, Ontario (C). 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CG). 



North Winship, consul general 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Eugene M. Hinkle, consul 

John Peabody Palmer, consul 

James E. Callahan, consul 

Gardner E. Palmer, consular attachfe 

Byron White, vice consul 

W. Horton Schoellkopf, Jr., vice consul 

John R. Barry, consul 

Frank Q. Mitchell, vice consul; special disbursing 
agent. 

Charles T. Warner, vice consul 

Robert C. Johnson, Jr., vice consul 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul 

James M. Macfarland, vice consul 

Frederic H. Behr, Jr., vice consul 

Stephen Olesnevich, vice consul 

Arthur R. Williams, consul 

William H. Brown, vice consul 

J. Kenly Bacon, consul 

Thomas S. Estes, vice consul 

Adam Beaumont, consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Joseph P. Nagoski, vice consul 

George L. Brist, consul 

William A. Mitchell, vice consul. 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Sidney A. Belovsky, consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, consul 

George L. Tolman, vice consul.. 

Herbert F. N. Schmitt, vice consul.. 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul.. 

Robert William Harding, vice consul 

Charles F. Johnson, vice consul 

Howard K. Travers, consul general.. 

Ralph A. Boernstein, consul 

Orray Taft, Jr., consul 

Nelson P. Meeks, consul 

Charles C. Carson, vice consul.. 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul.. 

Leo J. Callanan, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul 

Charles H. Stephan, consul 

Charles C. Sundell, vice consul 

Juan L. Gorrell, vice consul 

Walter H. McKinney, consul general 

Stewart E. McMillin, consul 

J. Ramon Solana, vice con.sul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul... 



Oct. 12.1944 


FSO-1 


June 25.1942 


FSO-3 


Sept. 10, 1946 


FSO-3 


Aug. 21,1946 


FSO-4 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-6 


May 12,1947 


FSS-6 


June 10.1944 


FSO-5 


Mar. 27. 1946 


FSO-5 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-9 


June 4, 1946 


FSS-9 


Aug. 14,1945 


FSS-10 


May 14,1947 


FSS-10 


Dec. 18,1939 


FSS-U 


Oct. 25,1944 


FSS-U 


Mar. 2,1945 


FSS-11 


Jan. 17,1946 


FSS-11 


Apr. 2, 1947 


FSS-11 


Dec. 27,1946 


FSO-4 


July 31.1937 


FSS-9 


Oct. 15,1945 


FSO-3 


Oct. 31,1946 


FSO-5 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-8 


Nov. 9,1945 


FSS-9 


Aug. 17,1944 


FSS-11 


tDec. 29, 1944 


FSO-4 


Nov. 1,1946 


FSO-6 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-8 


{July 15,1943 


FSS-10 


June 20,1940 


FSS-10 


Oct. 12,1944 


FSO-1 


Dec. 20,1946 


FSO-3 


tNov. 15, 1945 


FSO-4 


IJan. 31,1947 


FSS-7 


Sept. 8, 1943 


FSS-10 


Sept. 11,1946 


FSO-6 


Dec. 14,1943 


FSS-9 


JMay 9, 1930 


FSS-9 


July 6, 1945 


FSS-10 


May 15,1946 


FSO-1 


Sept. 30, 1943 


FSO-4 


July 10,1945 


FSO-4 


IJan. 31,1947 


FSS-8 


July 17,1946 


FSO-6 


tFeb. 16,1931 


FSS-10 


July 17,1946 


FSO-3 


Sept. 30, 1941 


FSS-10 


July 10,1945 


FSO-4 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-7 


Dec. 10,1940 


FSS-10 


Nov. 2,1945 


FSS-11 


}Apr. 28.1945 


rso-3 


June 11,1946 


FSO-4 


June 4, 1947 


FSO-5 


Sept. 10, 1945 


FSS-11 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


CHILE 












June 22,1939 






plenipotentiary. 








William E. Dunn, counselor of embassy for econ. 


June 22,1945 


FSO-1 




affairs. 








E. Paul Tenney, first secretary; consul__ 


Mar. 12, 1947 


FSO-3 








FSR-3 




Carrel B. Larson, minerals attach^ ' 


June 4, 1946 


FSS-4 




Clarence E. Birgfeld, asst. cml. attache 


June 21,1946 


FSR-4 




Olaf Francis Sundt, petroleum attach^ ' 


June 21,1944 


FSS-3 




Robert J. Francis, attache 


May 7, 1947 


FSS-3 




Warren Delano Bobbins, sr. econ. analyst 


June 5,1946 


FSS-4 






May 15,1947 


FSR-4 




Earl T. Grain, second secretary; consul 


Jan. 18,1946 


FSO-4 




Heath Bowman, asst. public-affairs officer 


tApr. 1, 1947 


FSR-4 




Maurice M. Bernbaum, second secretary; consul. 


June 12,1947 


FSO-4 




William B Caldwell, attaehg 


Feb. 12,1947 
June 9 1947 


FSS-5 




James D Bell second Secretary; consul 


FSO-4 




Camden L. McLain, consul 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-7 




Biddle H. Garrison, special asst 


Mar. 4,1943 


FSS-8 




Joseph E. Maldonado, vice consul 


tOct. 9, 1943 


FSS-8 




Harry Clinton Reed, second secretary; vice consuL 


Mar. 28. 1945 


FSO-5 




William H. Hudgins, vice consul 


May 8, 1947 


FSS-6 




James F. O'Connor, Jr., third secretary; vice 


Nov. 1,1946 


rso-6 




consul. 








James Maish, Jr., vice consul 


May 27. 1946 


FSS-11 






Feb. 15,1946 


FSS-11 




William F. Penniman, Jr., vice consul 


tApr. 24,1946 


FSS-11 




Eugene V. HaiTis, asst. agi-icultural attachg 


tFeb. 23,1947 


FSS-11 


(MA& NA). 


Col. Charles W. McCarthy, military attache 


Apr. 26,1947 






Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett, naval attache and 


Apr. 26,1947 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Robert Lewis Coffey, Jr., mUitary air 


Nov. 5,1945 






attache. 








Maj. Oscar M. Doerflinger, asst. military attachfe. 


Mar. 1, 1946 






Capt. Gildo S. Codispoti, asst. naval attache and 


Sept. 20, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 






Concepcion (VC) 






FSS-9 




Oct. 24,1946 


FSS-10 


Valparaiso (C) 




tMar. 4,1947 


FSO-3 






June 9, 1947 


FSS-9 




Francis M. Withey, vice consul 


May 19,1947 


FSS-11 




Thomas F. Nolan, vice consul 


Oct. 29,1946 
tOct 1 1934 


FSS-11 


Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 


Frank T. Rue tor, consular agent 










» CHINA 








Nanking (E) 


J. Leighton Stuart, ambassador extraordinary and 


July 12, 1946 






plepipotentiary. 








William W. Butterworth, Jr., counselor of em- 


Jan. 2, 1946 


FSO-1 




bassy.' 








Owen L. Dawson, agricultural attache * 


tMar. 25, 1946 


FSO-2 




James E McKenna, consul general 


Mar. 17, 1947 


FSO-3 




A. Bland Calder, cml. attache * 


tFeb. 17,1945 


FSO-3 




William T. Turner, first secretary; consul 


Feb. 20,1946 


FSO-3 



' Assigned also to Bogota, La Paz, and Lima; resident in Lima. 

2 Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Quito; resident in Lima. 

3 With the personal rank of minister. 
< Assigned to serve at Shanghai. 



lb 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


CHINA— Continued 








Nanking (E)— Continued., __ 


Raymond P. Ludden, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 1, 1946 


FSO-3 




Troy L. Perkins, first secretary; consul 


July 18,1946 


FSO-3 




Carl H. Boehringer, asst. cml. attache 


May 13,1946 


rso-3 


% 


Francis Q. Jarvis, civil air attache ' _ 


July 31.1946 

May 27,1947 


FSR-4 




George Lawrence Harris, public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 




John Frfemont Melby, second secretary; consul 


Aug. 14,1945 


FSO-4 




Edward Anderberg, Jr., econ. analyst 


Oct. 8, 1945 


FSR-5 




Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary; vice consul 


July 12,1946 


FSO-5 




Ralph N. Clough, vice consul 


June 12,1947 


FSO-5 




John H. Kemler, vice consul 


Apr. 20,1946 
Mar. 28, 1947 


FSS-9 




Marybelle Bouchard, asst. public-affairs officer 


FSS-10 




Robert B. Moody, third secretary; vice consul 


{Nov. 4,1946 


FSO-6 




Hilda M. Anderson, vice consul 


May 27, 1946 
May 9,1947 
tApr. 1, 1946 


FSS-U 




Robert Anderson, vice consul 


FSS-n 




Craig W. Carter, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Seymour Le venson, disbursing officer 


Apr. 28,1947 


FSS-ll 


(MA & NA). 


Brig. Gen. Robert H. Soule, military attache 


Nov. 1, 1946 






Capt. W. T. Kenny, naval attache and naval at- 


Oct. 9, 1945 






tache for air. 








Lt. Col. Otto R. Haney, military air attache 


Aug. 31,1945 






Col. David D. Barrett, asst. military attache 


tNov. 1, 1946 






Col. Harry S. Aldrich, asst. military attache 


Sept. 19, 1946 






Col. Frederick J. Dau, asst. military attache 


Oct. 22,1946 






Lt. Col. Ben W. Covington, asst. military attache. 


Mar. 12, 1946 






Lt. Col. Nat S. Perrine, asst. military attache 


June 13,1946 






Lt. Col. Edward T. Cowen, asst. mihtary attache. 


Feb. 27,1947 






Maj. Robert B. Rigg, asst. military attache 


Oct. 23,1945 






Maj. John E. Beebe, Jr., asst. military attache.... 


June 17,1946 






Maj. John E. Bradley, asst. military attache 


Sept. 19,1946 






Maj. Homer C. Hinckley, asst. military attache... 


Sept. 19, 1946 






Maj. David R. Longacre, asst. military attache... 


Oct. 22,1946 






Maj. Harold O. Gelwicks, asst. military attache.. 


Dec. 5, 1946 






Maj. Vaughn F. Meisling, asst. military attache.. 


Jan. 9, 1947 






Maj. Robert B. Ekvall, asst. military attache 


Feb. 25,1947 






Capt. John W. ColUns, asst. military attache 


Aug. 16,1946 






Capt. James E. Marshall, Jr., asst. military at- 


Sept. 25, 1946 






tache. 








Capt. Harold W. Wheeler, asst. military attache.. 


Oct. 22,1946 






Capt. Samuel C. Anderson, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 10,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. John B. Toepfer, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Feb. 8, 1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. William R. Wendt, asst. naval attache 


Oct. 16,1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Thornton M. Hinkle, asst. naval attache 


May 17,1946 






and asst. naval attache lor air. 








Lt. Comdr. Edwin A. Buchanan, asst. naval at- 


May 17, 1946 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 




•. 




Maj. Ralph L. Powell, asst. naval attache and 


Mar. 5,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Walter P. Southard, Jr., asst. navai at- 


Nov. 29, 1945 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Hammond M. Rolph, asst. naval attache 


May 3,1946 






and asst. naval attache lor air. 








Lt. (jg) Edward S. Shahin, asst. naval attache and 


June 10,1947 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Maj. Kearie Lee Berry, asst. military air attache.. 


Dec. 12,1946 






1st Lt. Robert W. Maloy, asst. military air attache. 


Jan. 28,1947 





Assigned also to Manila and Shanghai; resident in Shanghai. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



11 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



Category and 
class 



CHINA— Continued 



Canton, Kwangtung (CO). 



Changchun (CO). 
Chungking (C)... 



Dairen, Liaoning (C). 



Hankow, Hupeh (CG). 



Shanghai, Kiangsu (CG)— 



Kunming ( Yiinnanfu) , Yun- 
nan (C). 
Mukden, Liaoning (CG) 



Peiping, Hopeh (C) . 



Thomas D. Bowman, consul general 

William P. Wright, consul -.- - 

Gordon L. Burke, consul 

Elmer Newton, public-affairs officer 

Reid Jorgensen, vice consul 

James A. Elliot, public-affairs officer 

Oscar V. Armstrong, vice consul 

Katrine W. Parsons, librarian 

Fong Chuck, vice consul 

Hyman Bloom, vice consul.. 

Oliver Edmund Clubb, consul general 

Allen C. Siebens, vice consul 

Robert B. Streeper, consul general 

Arthur Haddon Hopkins, Jr., asst. public-affairs 

officer. 

William E. Wallace, vice consul 

Harold G. McConeghey, vice consul 

H. Merrell Benninghoff, consul general 

James W. Moore, vice consul 

Isaac Patch, Jr., vice consul 

Kenneth C. Krentz, consul general 

Russell H. Fifleld, vice consul 

Hubert F. Ferrell, vice consul 

W. F. Davis Gebhart, vice consul 

Richard Paul Conlon, asst. public-affairs officer. _. 

Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul 

Harold C. Roser, vice consul 

Angus Ward, consul general 

Paul W. Frillman, public-affairs officer 

Fred E. Hubbard, vice consul 

John K. Cochran, asst. public-affairs officer 

Arthur S. Abbott, vice consul 

William N. Stokes, vice consul 

Fulton Freeman, consul 

Robert W. Rinden, consul 

Elizabeth Jorzick, asst. public-affairs officer 

David Thurston Griggs, language instructor 

Edwin W. Martin, vice consul 

John G. Anderton, vice consul 

LaRue R. Lutkins, vice consul 

Douglas N. Forman, Jr., vice consul 

Alfred LeS. Jenkins, vice consul 

Gerald Stryker, vice consul. 

David K. Marvin, vice consul 

Edward M. Ingle, vice consul 

Marion R. Gunn, librarian 

Monnett B. Davis, counselor of embassy; consul 

general.' ' 

Donalds. Gilpatric, attache 

Paul W. Meyer, consul. 

James B. Pilcher, consul 

Francis H. Styles, consul 

Augustus S. Chase, consul 

Francis O . Jarvis, civil air attach^ ' 

Reuben R. Thomas, attach^ 

Richard E. Kleinhans, sr. econ. analyst 

Harold D. Robison, consul 



July 30,1946 
Jan. 28,1946 
Feb. 27, 1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
May 9,1947 
June 9, 1947 
July 18,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 4, 1946 
June 2, 1947 



May 29, 1947 
Apr. 30,1946 
Mar. 2,1947 

Mar. 3,1947 
June 2, 1947 
May 7, 1946 
Apr. 28, 1947 

JNov. 1,1946 
May 1, 1946 
Jan. 24,1946 

tJuly 15,1946 
Dec. 3, 1945 
Jan. 23, 1947 
July 11,1944 
Nov. 26, 1945 
July 9, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Apr. 28,1947 
Mar. 26, 1947 
Apr. 11,1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 

tApr. 12,1946 
Oct. 24, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 17, 1946 
July 15,1946 
Apr. 28,1947 
Oct. 8, 1946 
May 1,1947 
Sept. 30, 1946 
July 15, 1946 
Nov. 1,1946 
Mar. 12, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 1,1946 

May 17, 1946 
Aug. 25, 1945 
Mar. 1,1946 
May 13, 1946 
May 15,1947 
July 31,1946 
May 5, 1947 
Dec. 10, 1945 
Jan. 5, 1946 



1 With the personal rank of minister. 
' Accredited to the embassy at Nanking. 
' Assigned also to Manila and Nanking. 



12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JULY 1. 194 7 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



CHINA— Continued 



Shanghai, Kiangsu (CG)- 
Continued. 



Taipei (Taihoku), Taiwan 
(Formosa) (C). 



Tientsin, Hopeh (CO) 



Tihwa, Sinkiang (C) 

Tsingtao, Shantung (CO). 



COLOMBIA 
Bogota (E) 



W. Bradley Connors, public-affairs oflScer 

Floyd E. Masten, attach6_ 

Edward D. Cuffe, econ. analyst 

Stephen C. Brown, consul 

Stewart French, econ. analyst 

John B. Foster, public-aflairs officer 

Thomas Linthicum, admin, officer 

Fred Snider, radio engineer 

Hungerford B. Howard, vice consul 

Ashley G. Hope, vice consul 

William R. Lynch, consul 

Margaret K. Gardner, econ. analyst.. 

William Edward Dwyer, admin, officer. 

Earl Joseph Wilson, asst. public-affairs officer. 
Josiah W. Bennett, asst. public-affairs officer.. 

Harry D. O. Carroll, vice consul 

Loris F. Craig, econ. analyst 

Herman E . Naylor, vice consul 

David P. Coffin, vice consul 

Mary E. Barrett, asst. public-affairs officer 

Paul Wong, cartographer. 

Josephine Johanna Gruenwald, econ. analyst.. 

John L. Stegmaier, vice consul 

Robert Meyer, econ. analyst 

Margaret W. Thompson, librarian 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

John n. Stutesman, Jr., vice consul 

Emory C. Swank, vice consul 

Alexander L. Peaslee, vice consul.. 

William M. Olive, vice consul 

Arthur H. Rosen, vice consul 

Willis R. Etter, vice consul -.- 

Elizabeth Lee Engdahl, vice consul 

Lea E. Williams, vice consul 

Herman J. Schwan, vice consul 

Ralph J. Blake, consul 

George Henry Kerr, vice consul... 

Robert J. Catto, asst. public-aflairs officer 

Robert Lacy Smyth, consul general 

Frederick W. Hinke, consul 

M. Robert Rutherford, consul — 

Harry S. Hudson, public-aflairs officer 

Seymour L Nadler, vice consul 

Sam L. Yates, Jr., vice consul 

John L. Rawlinson, vice consul 

John Pershing Cofley, vice consul... 

David K. Newman, vice consul. 

Robert S. Ward, consul 

J. Hall Paxton, consul 

Clarence J. Spiker, consul general 

Carl O. Hawthorne, consul 

Richard M. Service, vice consul... 

George M. Hein, vice consul... 



Willard L. Beaulac, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

Carlos J. Warner, first secretary; consul 

Richard M. Connell, cml. attach^ 



July 1, 1946 
Oct. 1, 1946 
June 16,1946 
Nov. 15, 1946 
Jan. 22,1946 
May 27, 1947 
July 1, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Aug. 27, 1945 
Aug. 20,1946 
tJan. 31,1947 
Nov. 23, 1945 
tJuly 1, 1946 
Jan. 13,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 20, 1947 
Jan. 23,1946 
Jan. 17,1947 
Dec. 29,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 31,1946 
Aug. 21.1946 
Dec. 17,1945 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 26,1947 
July 29,1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Sept. 11,1946 
Aug. 25,1945 
Jan. 14, 1946 
Mar. 19,1946 
Mar. 21, 1946 
Mar. 24, 1946 
tJuly 1, 1946 
Feb. 20,1946 
}Apr. 17,1946 
}Nov. 13, 1946 
tMar. 11, 1946 
Jan. 24,1946 
Dec. 23,1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Jan. 22,1947 
3, 1946 
4, 1946 
7, 1946 
June 25,1946 
Oct. 10,1944 
Oct. 17,1946 
July 30,1946 
tJan. 31,1947 
Dec. 29,1945 
Apr. 28,1947 



Aug. 23,1946 
|May 1,1946 



Dec. 
Feb. 
Oct. 



FSR-4 

FSS^ 

FSS-6 

FSO-4 

FSS-6 

FSR-4 

FSS-6 

FSS-6 

FSO-5 

FSR-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-5 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-10 

FSO-6 

FSS-10 

FSR-6 

FSS-10 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSO-3 

FSS-6 

FSS-10 

FSO-2 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

rSR-4 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSS-11 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

FSS-8 

FSO-5 



FSO-3 
FSR-3 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



13 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 

class 


COLOMBIA-Continued 

Bogota (E)— Continued 


Carrel B Larson minerals attach^ • 


June 4,1946 
i^pr. 20,1947 
Feb. 27,1947 
May 19, 1947 
Oct. 7, 1946 
Apr. 15,1947 
May 20,1947 

May 16,1946 
JMar. 31, 1947 
Apr. 11,1947 
Dec. 23,1946 
July 19,1946 
May 6,1946 
Mar. 11, 1946 
Aug. 6, 1945 
JFeb. 11,1946 
Nov. 16, 1945 
July 18.1946 

June 26,1946 
June 11,1946 

July 16.1946 
May 8, 1947 

Dec. 27,1946 
Sept. 6,1946 
May 13, 1947 
Apr. 11,1947 
Dec. 23,1946 
Feb. 5, 1946 
Feb. 28,1946 
tJan. 31,1947 
May 27, 1946 
lApr. 21,1947 
tJune 14,1947 

Apr. 10,1947 

July 17,1946 
July 16,1945 
July 19,1946 
tJan. 21,1947 
tJan. 24,1947 
Apr. 22,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 
Feb. 10,1947 
Sept. 19, 1944 
tApr. 21,1946 

{May 1,1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 


FSS-4 


Francis Xavier Martinez, asst. public-affairs officer- 
Harry A Real attache 


FSR-4 

FSS-4 




Edward Calhoun Crouch attach^ 


FSS-4 






FSR-4 




Thomas C. Mann, second secretary; consul 

Roy Richard Rubottom, Jr., second secretary; 

consul. 
Sterlin'' J Cottrcll, civil air attachfi 2 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 

FSR-5 




John W. Campbell, asst. public-affairs officer. 

Don V. Catlett, third secretary; vice consul 

William A. Wieland, third secretary; vice consul. . 
Joseph A. Silberstein, third secretary; vice consul. 


FSR-5 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Grant K Smith, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Margaret P. Hays, vice consul... 

Patrick Henry Armijo, vice consul 


FSS-11 
FSS-11 






FSS-11 






FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 






Lt. Col. William F. Hausman, naval attache and 

naval attach^ for air. 
Col. Pelham D. Glassford, Jr., military air attache 
Lt. Comdr. William A. Savin, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 


FSO-4 




Jack H. Heck, vice consul _•._ 

NonaL. Gardiner, vice consul 

Nicholas A Fpller, vice consul 


FSS-n 
FSS-11 
FSS-11 


Call (C).. 


Franklin Hawloy, consul 

Henry Testman .\ndersen, vice consul 


FSO-4 




FSS-11 
FSS-10 


Cartagena (C) 


Hernan C. Vogenitz, consul 

Joseph P Ragland, consul 


FSS-8 


Medellin (C) 


FSO-3 




John I Fishburne, vice consul 


FSO-6 




John I Copeland vice consul 


FSS-11 


COSTA RICA 

San Jos6 (E) 


Walter J. Donnelly, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

John Willard Carrigan, first secretary; consul 

Theodore J. Grant, agricultural attache < 

Jule L. Goetzmann, second secretary; consul 

Albert E. Carter, public-affairs officer 

Alfonso Rodrigues, attache ._ 


FSO-1 




FSO-3 

FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-1 
FSS-6 
FSS-10 




Carroll E. Cobb, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard C. Salvatierra, asst. public-affairs officer.. 


FSO-6 
FSR-6 
FSS-11 


(MA & NA).. 


Virginia C. Stryker, disbursing officer. 

Lt. Col. James R. Hughes, military attache 

Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 


FSS-12 







' Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 
2 Assigned also to Caracas and Quito. 
' Temporarily. 

' Assigned also to Managua and Panama. 
755699—47 2 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


COSTA EICA-Con. 

San Jos6 (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA)-Con 

Qolfito (CA) 


Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 

naval attach^ and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. WUlis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 

attache. 


Sept. 30, 1946 
Nov. 27, 1946 

Mar. 31, 1945 
Jan. 20,1943 
Apr. 9, 1946 

May 22,1945 

May 7, 1947 
Apr. 15,1942 
May 9,1947 
Apr. 11,1946 
Nov. 19, 1945 
June 10,1946 
Apr. 30,1947 
Jan. 17,1946 
Feb. 4, 1947 
Apr. 18,1947 
Jan. 13,1947 
June 22,1945 
Dec. 12,1946 
Mar. 20, 1947 
May 22, 1947 
May 5,1947 
July 10,1945 
tFeb. 10,1946 
JFeb. 28,1927 
tApr. 21,1946 
June 15,1942 
Aug. 28,1945 
Dec. 29,1945 
tJune 28,1947 
{Feb. 28,1927 
Sept. 13, 1946 

Apr. 15,1947 
tJan. 23,1946 

Mar. 31, 1947 
tJuly 1, 1946 
{July 1, 1946 
tJune 28,1947 

Mar. 28, 1946 

Jan. 5, 1946 

Nov. 16, 1945 
Nov. 27, 1945 














FSS-11 


CUBA 

Habana (E) 


R. Henry Norweb, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 




FSO-1 




Paul O Minneman, agricultural attache 


FSO-2 




Lester DeWitt Mallory, counselor of embassy 

Prescott Childs, consul general; first secretary 

Morris N Hughes first secretary consul 


FSO-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 




Charles A. Hutchinson, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 




Louis Clinton Nolan, asst. agricultural attache 

Charles Allan Stewart, public-affairs officer 

Daniel V. Anderson, second secretary; consul 

Albert B. Franklin, asst. public-affairs officer 

Philip M. Davenport, second secretary; consul 

Raymond Lee Harrell, attache 


FSS-3 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Clarence W ^oore attache 


FSS-5 




V. Lansing Collins, Jr., second secretary; consul... 


FSO-4 
FSS-6 




Carl F. Norden, second secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 

FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-9 






FSS-9 




A. John Cope, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

Harvey R. Wellman, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Eugene Desvernine, second secretary; vice consul. 
Raoul F Washington, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-10 




William Walter Phelps, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 
G. Alonzo Stanford, third secretary; vice consul... 
Kathleen C Taylor vice consul 


FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-10 




Mary K Haller admin asst 


FSS-9 




James N Cortada econ analyst 


FSS-9 






FSS-10 


(AM & NA) 


William B. Cobb, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 

Col. Edgar E. Glenn, military attache and mili- 
tary air attache. 

Col. Boeker C. Batterton, naval attache and naval 
attache for air.> 

Maj. Alfred E. Coffey, asst. military attache 

Lt. Paul D. Cooke, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attache for air.' 


FSO-6 







> Assigned also to Ciudad Trujlllo and Port-au-Prince. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



15 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 

class 


CUBA— Continued 

Habana (E)— Con. 

(MA&NA)-Con 

Sagua la Grande (CA) 


2d Lt. Edward D. Smith, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air.' 
Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. military air 

attache. 

Eugene E. Jova, consular agent 


Mar. 27, 1947 
Nov. 19,1946 

tOct. 6, 1922 
Dec. 12,1945 
Apr. 29,1947 

tSt)pt. 30, 1945 
June 7,1946 

{Apr. 20,1922 

Dec. 20,1944 

{Apr. 9, 1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
June 26,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Apr. 30,1947 
Apr. 16,1947 
Jan. 31,1946 
tJan. 24.1947 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 13,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
{Jan. 31,1947 
June 20,1946 
May 23,1947 
{Apr. 22,1947 
Oct. 23,1945 
{Jan. 31,1947 
{July 1, 1946 
June 29,1946 
July 19,1946 
Oct. 24,1946 
Nov. 13, 1944 
Feb. 20.1945 
June 28,1945 
July 28,1945 
May 19,1947 

Jan. 14,1946 
May 15,1946 

May 12,1947 
May 6, 1946 
Oct. 22,1946 
Jan. 29.1947 
Dec. 13,1946 








FSS-9 






FSS-U 


Santiago de Cuba (C) 

Antilla (CA) 


Harry W. Story, vice consul; admin, officer 


FSS-8 


Manzanillo (CA) 


Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent 

Laurence A. Steinhardt, ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 




CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha (E) 






FSO-2 




Francis Deak, civil air attache ^ 


FSS-2 




Charles W. Yost, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




William E. Kugeman, Jr., public-aflairs officer 

Emil A. Kekich, cml. attache 


FSR-3 
FSR-4 




Webster Eugene Ballance, attache 


FSS-3 






FSS-4 




Alton T. Murray, agricultural attach§ 


FSO-4 




Spencer Taggart, attache 


FSS-5 




Joseph C. Kolarek, information officer 


FSR-4 






FSR-4 






FSS-6 






FSS-7 




William L. Smyser, second secretary; vice consul _ 
Alex Theodore Prengel, asst. attach^ 


FSO-5 

FSS-7 




Walter W. Birge, Jr., second secretary 

George F. Bogardus, second secretary; vice consul. 
Carroll C. Parry, consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-8 




George J. Fridrich, Jr., special disbursing officer- 
Milton Fried, attache 


FSS-9 
FSS-10 




Claiborne Pell, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas A. Donovan, third secretary; vice consul.. 
William Kubalek, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSS-U 




Francis J. Hejno, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Elbert K. Fretwell, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-11 






FSS-11 






FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Egmont F. Koenig military attache 






Lt. Vladimir L. Rychly, attache for naval ques- 
tions. 
Lt. Col. Andre J. Dechaene, military air attache.. 
Lt. Col. Thomas C. Foote, asst. military attache-. 
Capt. Thomas C. Williams, asst. military attache. 

Capt. Arthur P. Price, asst. mihtary attache 

Capt. Jack C. Novak, asst. military air attache... 





' Assigned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Port-au-Prince. 

' Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


DENMARK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) 
(E). 


Josiah Marvel, Jr., ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Christian T. Steger, consul general; first secretary. 


tFeb. 27,1947 

Dec. 28,1945 
Apr. 15,1947 
May 28,1945 
May 15,1946 
Mar. 2,1947 
Jan. 8, 1947 

tJan. 31,1947 
Aug. 5,1946 
May 5,1945 
May 8, 1945 

{Nov. 13, 1946 
May 13,1947 
July 18,1946 

tJune 15,1947 

Aug. 2,1945 
Mar. 22, 1946 

July 13,1945 

July 31,1946 

Dec. 28,1945 

July 13,1946 

May 28,1947 
tJuly 1, 1946 

July 30.1946 
{Feb. 18,1947 

Jan. 3, 1945 

Feb. 10,1947 
tJan. 13,1947 

June 26,1946 
June 14,1947 

Nov. 16, 1945 
Mar. 28, 1946 
Nov. 19, 1946 

Nov. 14, 1922 

Apr. 10,1947 

Nov. 4,1944 
Apr. 9, 1947 
June 21,1944 




FSO-2 
FSO-2 




John Lammey Stewart, agricultural attache 


FSR-3 
FSO-3 






FSR-4 






FSS-4 






FSS-5 






FSS-8 




Gray Bream, second secretary; vice consul 

Terrance G. Leonhardy, vice consul 


rso-5 

FSS-8 




Joran J. Birkeland, cultural officer 


FSR-6 




Helen M. Selvig, admin, asst 


FSS-9 




William Norris Dale, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSO-6 

FSS-11 


(MA & NA).. 


Col. Earl C. Ewert, military attache 

Capt. John E. Fitzgibbon, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Franklin E. Tomlinson, military air 

attache. 
Maj. Andrew D. Budz, Jr., asst. military attache. 

Donald H Werner, vice consul 




(Greenland) 

Godthaab (C) 


FSS-11 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad Trujillo (E) 


George H. Butler, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Charles R. Burrows, second secretary; consul 

John Andrew Hamilton, public-affairs officer 

Jack B. Neathery, second secretary; consul 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 






FSS-8 




Fred M. Warren, asst. public-affairs officer ,. 

Glenn R. McCarty, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 
Robert Irving Owen, third secretary; vice consul.. 


FSS-10 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSS-11 


(MA) 


Maj. Miguel J. Montesinos, military attache 








La Romana (CA)._ 

ECUADOR 

Quito (E) 


Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. military air 
attache. 




John F. Simmons, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 




Sheldon Thomas, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 
FSS-3 




Alvord L. Boeck, acting cml. attache 


JOct. 4, 1946 1 FSS-4 



'Assigned also to La Paz, Lima, and Santiago; resident in Lima. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



17 



ECUADOE— Continued 



Quito (E)— Continued. 



(MA) 

Guayaquil (CO). 



EGYPT 



Cairo (E). 



(MA & NA). 



Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural attache • 

Albert R. Haney, attach^ 

Sterling J. Cottrell, civil airattache^ 

William T. Briggs, third secretary; vice consul. 
Jackson W. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul 

David G. Basile, asst. public-affairs officer 

LjTin H. Olson, vice consul 

Walter J. Flynn, vice consul 

Isabel Gladys Conroy, disbursing officer. 

Col. Paul K. Porch, military attachg 

Maj. Vernon P. Martin, military air attache... 

Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural attache s. 

Perry Ellis. coil'suI 

Wilham S. Rosenberg, vice consul... 

John C. Harley, vice consul.. 

WUliam R. Laidlaw, vice consul 

Robert D. Gahagen, vice consul 



S. Pinkney Tuck, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Jefferson Patterson, counselor of embassy 

Frederick B. Lyon, first secretary.. 

Philip W. Ireland, attache 

Ralph B. Curren, attache * 

Gillespie S. Evans, press officer 

Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 

John A. Embry, asst. cml. attache. 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; consul- 
Robert Bailey Elwood, asst. agricultural attache.. 

Francis Olcott Allen, cultural officer 

Herbert M. Hooker, attache 

Harold Walter Glidden, attache 

Wendell S. Howard, consul 

Peter Constan, vice consul 

Charles V. White, asst. attache 

John E. Devine, films and recordings officer 

William Jules Handley, attache 

Estelle Smucker, librarian. 

Arthur E. Callahan, vice consul 

Enoch S. Duncan, third secretary; vice consul 

John Francis CoUon, vice consul.,. 

Col. William K". McNown, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Capt. Dewitt C. E. Hamberger, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Leslie H. Wyman, asst. military attache. 

Maj. Floyd A. Spencer, asst. military attache 

Maj. John T. Kramers, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Noel R. Bacon, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 



May 10,1946 
Feb. 27,1947 
May 16,1946 
July 29,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tMar. 31, 1947 
Jan. 5, 1946 
Mar. 27, 1947 

{Apr. 20,1947 

July 15,1946 
June 12,1947 

May 10, 1946 
JDec. 4, 1945 
Dec. 29, 1945 
Aug. 21, 1946 
Oct. 31, 1946 
Apr. 23,1947 



tSept. 19, 1946 

Apr. 29,1946 
May 7, 1947 
Oct. 30,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 8.1946 
Nov. 19. 1943 
Jan. 29.1946 
Dec. 4, 1944 

{Apr. 11,1946 

tJuly 1. 1946 
June 2, 1947 
Jan. 30,1947 

tJan. 31,1947 
Feb. 6, 1947 
May 20,1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 19, 1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 7, 1947 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Nov. 27, 1944 

Jan. 4, 1946 



Dec. 



,1945 



Nov. 12, 1946 
Oct. 16.1945 
May 13,1947 
Mar. 4,1946 



1 Assigned also to and resident in Guayaquil. 

' Assigned also to Bogota and Caracas; resident in Bogota. 

» Assigned also to Quito. 

« Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi. 



18 



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Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


EGYPT— Continued 








Cairo (E)— Continued 

(MA & NA)-Con 


Lt. John W. Kappel, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Ensign Cornelius E. Smyth, asst. naval attache... 


Mar. 28, 1947 
Nov. 14, 1946 




Alexandria (C) 


Hooker A Doolittle, consul general 


Apr. 28,1944 
July 29.1946 
May 23,1946 


FSO-3 




Norman K Pratt vice consul 


FSO-6 


Port Said (C) 




FSS-8 


EL SALVADOR 








San Salvador (E) 


Albert F. Nufer, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 
Graham Sheppard Quale, agricultural attache '... 

Murat W. WUliams, second secretary; consul 

Owen R. Hutchinson, public-affairs officer 

Edward J. Shahady, econ. analyst 


Apr. 10,1947 

Apr. 5, 1945 
Apr. 3, 1947 
Aug. 27,1946 
Aug. 21,1944 
Mar. 28, 1947 
June 21,1946 
Sept. 9,1946 
Aug. 22, 1945 
Mar. 13, 1946 

tMay 1, 1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Nov. 27, 1946 


FSO-1 




FSS-5 
FSO-4 

FSR-4 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 « 




Leslie Albion Squires, third secretary; vice consul. 
Richard H. Donald, third secretary; vice consul... 


FSO-6 

rso-6 

FSS-U 




Jamp,s Q A hlfts, vjcfl consul 


FSS-U 


(MA & NA) 


Capt. William D. Ziler, military attache 






Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 

naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 

attache. 




ESTONIA 




■ 




Legation at Tallinn closed. 








ETHIOPIA 








Addis Ababa (L) 


Felix Cole, envoy extraordinary and minister plen- 
ipotentiary. « 
William H Beach, first secretary; consul 


Feb. 20,1945 

Feb. 20,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
May 2,1947 
Nov. 29, 1943 
tNov. 13, 1945 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 






FSR-3 






FSS-6 






FSS-9 




Harlan Southerland, vice consul 


FSS-11 


(MA) 


Col. William K. McNown, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Lt. Col. Leslie H. Wyman, asst. military attache... 
Maj. Floyd A. Spencer, asst. military attache 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 12, 1946 
Nov. 12, 1946 









' Assigned also to Guatemala and Tegucigalpa; resident in Guatemala. 

» George R. Merrell has been appointed envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to succeed Felix Cole. 

« Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



19 



FINLAND 

Helsinki (L) 



(MA & NA). 



FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS 



(France) 



Paris (E). 



Name and title 



Maxwell M. Hamilton, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Eric England, agricultural attachfi ' 

J. Raymond Ylitalo, attach^ 

Henry F. Arnold, public-affairs officer. ,. 

Archibald R. Randolph, cml. attache 

Alfred T. Wellborn, second secretary; consul 

Richard E. Qnade, second secretary; vice consul- 
Raymond W. T. Pracht, third secretary; vice 



Allan Nelson, vice consul. 



Col. Joseph R. Burrill, military attache 

Capt. William N. Wylie, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Maj. Cullen A. Brannon, Jr., military air attache 
Capt. Igor A. GregoriefT, asst. military attache... 
Lt. Comdr. Edward Ryan, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Jeflerson Caffery, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Daniel J. Reagan, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 
Hugh S. Fullerton, counselor of embassy; consul 

general. 

James C. H. Bonbright, counselor of embassy 

Douglas H. Schneider, public-affairs officer 

Ben Thibodeaux, agricultural attache. 

George M. Abbott, first secretary; consul. 

Barton P. Jenks, attache 

Frederick Exton, attache 

Graham Anderson Martin, attache 

Norris B. Chipman, second secretary; consul 

Ivan B. White, second secretary; consul 

Douglas MacArthur, 2d, second secretary; consul.. 

Charles J. Little, first secretary; consul 

John N. Plakias, attache. 

Howard B. Railey, civil air attache 2 

William A. Conkright, cml. attache 

Arthur P. Muelberger, sr. econ. analyst 

Manuel Sanchez, publications officer 

Richard Eldridge, attache 

Samuel E. Perkins, attache... 

William Edward Share, attache 

Russell S. McClure, attache.... 

Charles Grey, attache 

Arne H. Ekstrom, attache 

Elim O'Shaughnessy, second secretary; consul 

Robert M. Taylor, second secretary; consul 

Robert L. Buell, second secretary 

George L. Picard, provincial officer 

Turner C. Cameron, Jr., sr. econ. analyst 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 25, 1945 

Sept. 3,1946 
Oct. 1,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tApr. 16,1947 
Oct. 29,1946 
Apr. 28,1947 
Apr. 21,1947 



Category 
class 



Jan. 24,1946 FSS-11 



Jan. 21,1947 
Apr. 26,1947 



June 12,1947 
June 17,1946 
Sept. 23, 1946 



tNov. 25, 1944 

Sept. 19, 1945 

Sept. 13,1944 

May 31,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 10,1946 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Dec. 19,1945 
Mar. 10, 1947 

{Apr. 30,1947 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Oct. 2, 1944 

tJune 28,1947 
Feb. 16,1945 
Oct. 18,1944 
Jan. 31,1947 
Oct. 6, 1944 
June 25,1945 
Oct. 16,1944 
Aug. 12,1946 
Sept. 17, 1946 
Mar. 24, 1947 

tApr. 30,1947 
Apr. 21,1947 

tMay 10,1945 

tJan. 20,1945 
Dec. 5, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 5, 1944 



FSR-2 

FSS-4 
rSR-4 

rso-4 

FSO-4 

rso-4 

FSO-6 



FSO-1 

FSO-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-3 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
rSR-4 
FSS-5 



Assigned also to and resident in Stockholm. 
Assigned also to Luxembourg and Brussels. 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS-Con. 

(France)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Continued. 


Sylvain R. Loupe, communications officer 

Howard C. Rice, Jr , librarian 


Nov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13,1946 
Feb. 16,1945 
Jan. 23,1947 
Jan. 14,1947 
tJan. 31,1947 
tSept. 16, 1946 
Oct. 15,1945 
tApr. 15,1947 
Nov. 4,1946 
Dec. 20,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13,1946 
July 1, 1946 
tJan. 31, 1947 
Mar. 31, 1945 

June 6, 1947 
June 26,1946 
Oct. 30,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 29,1944 

tJan. 31,1947 

tJan. 31,1947 
Nov. 20, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1944 

tOct. 18,1946 
Apr. 8, 1946 

tJan. 31,1947 
Oct. 9, 1944 
Feb. 4, 1947 
Apr. 8,1947 
Sept. 21, 1944 

tNov. 28, 1945 
Mar. 24, 1947 
May 2, 1947 

tJune 9, 1945 

tJan. 17, 1947 
Apr. 23,1946 
July 19,1946 
Aug. 20,1946 
Aug. 22,1946 

Dec. 3, 1946 
tAug. 12,1946 
Dee. 3, 1946 
July 9, 1945 
June 15,1945 
July 13,1945 
Aug. 4, 1945 
Jan. 2, 1946 
Aug. 21,1946 
tFeb. 9, 1947 


FSS-4 
FSR-4 






FSO-4 




Walter J. Linthicum, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 

FSS-5 






FSS-6 






FSS-6 






FSS-6 




William M. Gibson, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Leslie Snowden Brady, acting cultural officer 

Norman S. Jacobs, press officer 


FSR-4 
FSS-6 




Harold Kaplan, asst. information officer 


FSS-6 




John H. Tobler, acting press attach§ 


FSS-6 




Sabin J. Dalferes, consul 


FSS-7 




Laurence J. Daymont, consul; special disbursing 

agent. 
George Kelso Daly, attache 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 




Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 
Richard E. Fuukhouser, asst. petroleum attach^ i. 


FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 




Keeler Fans, second secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 






FSS-8 




Frederick W. Flott, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-8 




Florence Palmer, attache 


FSS-9 




Cabot Sedgwick, third secretary; vice consul 

Peter J. Skoufis, admin, asst 


FSO-5 

FSS-8 




St. John Anthony Bargas, admin, asst 


FSS-8 




Adele Di.x, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Thomas R. McLean, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Harry H. Bell, third secretary; vice consul... 

Richard Sears, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

John X. Carrier, third secretary; vice consul 

Francis Henry Colombat, third secretary; vice 

consul. 
Richard C. Desmond, third secretary; vice consul. 
Richard H. Stephens, third secretary; vice consul. 

Harry R. Zerbel, third secretary; vice consul 

Leonard R. Morey, vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-fi 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-U 




Robert J. Moore, vice consul 


FSS-U 




Robert M. Schneider, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Melville E. Osborne, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Edward J. Krause, vice consul 


FSS-11 


^ 


Donald Bloomingdale, attache 


FSS-12 




Anita C. Lauve, asst. cultural officer... 


FSS-U 



I Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, and Luxembourg. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



21 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


FRANCE AND 








POSSESSIONS— Con. 








(France)— Continued 








Paris (E)-Coiitinued 








(MA&NA) 


Brig. Gen. Foster J. Tate, military attache 


June 12,1946 






Capt. Henri H. Smith-Hutton, naval attache and 


Mar. 13, 1947 






naval attachg for air. 








Col. Francis B. Valentine, military air attache 


Mar. 28, 1945 






Col. Thomas W. Hammond, Jr., asst. military 


Oct. 9, 1945 






attache. 








Col. Robert F. Hyatt, asst. military attach^. 


Nov. 13, 1946 






Lt. Col. Paul Birdsall, asst. military attache 


July 30,1946 






Maj. E. R. Warner McCabe, Jr., asst. military 


Feb. 21,1945 






attache. 








Maj. Thomas W. Sharkey, asst. military attachg.. 


Oct. 9, 1945 






Maj. John S. Wood, Jr., asst. military attach^.... 


Oct. 9, 1945 






Capt. Stephen J. Campbell, asst. military attache 


Sept. 21, 1945 






Capt. Edward H. Germann, asst. military attach? 


Mar. 7,1946 






Capt. Francois C. B. Jordan, asst. naval attache 


Mar. 4,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Charles A. La Farge, asst. naval attache.. 


Mar. 27, 1947 






Lt. Comdr. James C. Longino, asst. naval attache 


June 12,1946 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Paul F. Brine, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Oct. 4, 1945 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Robert D. Van Auken, asst. military air 


Mar. 11,1946 






attache. 










June 2,1947 
tNov. 13. 1946 


FSO-3 






FSR-4 






Feb. 14,1947 


FSS-8 




Frank riiisscns vice nnnsnl 


Dec. 10,1944 
tJuly 15, 1946 


FSS-9 




Donald S King vice consul 


FSO-6 




Walter W. Wiley, vice consul.. 


June 7.1945 


FSS-11 






Nov. 14, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 


FSS-11 


Cherbourg (C) 


George D. Whittinghill, vice consul 


FSS-U 


Le Havre (C) 


James E Parks, consul 


Jan. 17, 1945 


FSO-3 




Reinhard W Lamprecht, vice consul 


Apr. 6, 1945 


FSS-10 




Arthur Potter Allen, vice consul 


JJune 15,1946 


FSS-11 


Lyon (C) 




June 10,1947 


FSO-3 






Mar. 27, 1947 


FSR-4 




Joseph J. Montllor, vice consul 


Sept. 9, 1946 


FSO-6 


Marseille (C) 


Cecil Wavne Gray, consul general .. 


May 31,1947 


FSO-1 




George E Rehm, public-affairs officer 


tNov. 13. 1946 


FSR-4 




Boies C. Uart, Jr., consul 


tSept. 18, 1946 


FSO-5 




William H. Christensen, consul 


Oct. 29,1946 


FSO-5 






Feb. 18,1947 


FSS-8 






Oct. 3, 1944 
tJan. 4, 1946 


FSS-9 






FSO-5 




Thomas D. Bowie, vice consul 


tDec. 29.1945 
Oct. 15,1946 
Aug. 17,1945 


FSO-5 




Walter M Walsh, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Leonard O. Bradford, vice consul. 


FSS-11 




William H. Friedman, vice consul 


Oct. 31.1946 


FSO-6 




Edwin D. Crowley, vice consul... 


June 3, 1947 


FSO-6 


Nice(C) 




Dec. 29,1944 


FSO-4 






Mar. 21, 1946 
Dec. 6, 1944 


FSO-5 




Charles B. Beylard, vice consul ' 


FSS-10 


Strasbourg (C) 


Richard W. Byrd, consul 


Nov. 27, 1945 


FSO-3 



' Assigned also to Monaco. 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS— Con. 



(Possessions) 



Algiers, Algeria (CO). 



Dakar, French West Africa 
(CG). 



Hanoi, French Indochina 

(C). 
Martinique, French West 

Indies (C). 
Noum6a, New Caledonia (C). 
Saigon, French Indochina 

(CQ). 



Tahiti, Society Islands, Oce- 
ania (C). 
Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 
Tunis, Tunisia (CQ) 



Berlin (Office of the United 
States Political Adviser on 
German Affairs).' 



Name and title 



Harold D. Finley. consul general 

Ivan G. Boor, receiving station supervisor 

Roland K. Beyer, vice consul... 

John T. Black, public-affairs officer 

Edmund P. Quereau, vice consul 

Howard Brandon, vice consul 

John Doane Dodge, asst. consular attachg. 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul 

Jack C. Spinx, vice consul- 

John H. Randolph, vice consul 

Hasell H. Dick, consul general 

Robert Grinnell, consul _ 

Hubert H. Buzbee, Jr., vice consul.. 

wniiam S. Krason, vice consul. 

James L. O'Sullivan, vice consul 

Edwin C. Rendall, vice consul 

Frederick D. Hunt, consul 

Angelo D. Valenza, vice consul 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul _ 

Charles S. Reed, 2d, consul.. 

Charles T. Caddock, public-affairs officer. 

Albert W. Stoffel, vice consul 

Richard J. Coughlin, vice consul... 

Jeanne R. Skewes. public-affairs asst 

Winfleld H. Scott, consul 

Scudder Mersman, vice consul 

Robert F. Fernald, consul general 

Donald A. Dumont, vice consul 

Jerome R. Lavallee, vice consul 

Thomas T. Turner, vice consul 

Thomas H. Swindoll, vice consul 



Robert D. Murphy, United States political ad- 
viser.' 

Donald R. Heath, counselor of mission 

Loyd V. Steere, counselor of mission 

Warren M. Chase, Foreign Service officer 

William P. Cochran, Jr., Foreign Service officer.. 

Theodore C. Achilles, Foreign Service officer 

Edward J. Kerrigan, director of European relay 

bases. 
Marshall M. Vance, counselor of mission; consul 
general. 

Roy I. Kimmel, agricultural attache 

Francis Deak, civil air attaches 

Jacob D. Beam, Foreign Service officer 

Gerald A. Mokma. consul... 

James W. Gantenbein, Foreign Service officer 

William B. Lockling, Foreign Service officer 

Brewster H. Morris, secretary 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, attache 



Date of as- 
signment 



tOct. 


16, 1945 


July 


1, 1946 


May 


3, 1945 


JNov 


13, 1946 


June 


9, 1947 


Aug. 


22. 1946 


May 


20, 1947 


Apr. 


15, 1947 


Dec. 


16, 1944 


Feb. 


4, 1946 


June 


8, 1945 


Jan. 


23, 1946 


{Apr. 


10, 1946 


Oct. 


10, 1945 


Jan. 


3, 1946 


July 


30, 1946 


Oct. 


30, 1946 


tMar. 


4, 1947 


July 


1, 1946 


Nov. 


25, 1944 


Sept. 


17, 1945 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


21, 1946 


Jan. 


8, 1946 


{Nov. 


13,1946 


May 


23, 1947 


Feb. 


10, 1922 


tFeb. 


8, 1946 


July 


30, 1946 


July 


19, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1946 


Apr. 


15, 1947 



Sept. 15, 1944 

Nov. 1,1944 
tAug. 27,1945 
Nov. 2,1945 
Dec. 5, 1946 
Apr. 2, 1947 
Sept. 30, 1946 

May 16,1946 

Jan. 30,1947 

Dec. 29, 1945 

Oct. 16,1944 

Aug. 22, 1946 

May 20,1947 

tJune 17,1947 

Dec. 8, 1944 

Jan. 15,1945 



This office performs consular functions. 
' With the personal rank of ambassador. 
Assigned also to Belgrade, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, 



Praha, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



23 



GERMANY— Continued 

Berlin (Office of the United 
States Political Adviser on 
German Aflairs)— Con. 



Bremen (C). 



Bremerhaven (VC) 

Frankfort on the Main (CG) 



Name and title 



Wesley Clifford Haraldson, sr. econ. analyst 

John P. Walsh, executive officer of European relay 



Perry Laukhufl, secretary. 

Carmel Offie, Foreign Service officer 

Ernest deW. Mayer, Foreign Service officer'. . 

John Theodore Krumpelmann, attache 

J. Kittredge Vinson, consul 

Francis R. Gasser, econ. analyst — 

Andrew Edward Hanney, vice consul 

Francis A. Lane, consul 

John A. Calhoun, vice consul... 

W. Wendell Blancke, vice consul 

Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul 

Charles M. Rice, Jr., special disbursing officer. 

John Francis Rieger, asst. attache 

Louis G. Levine, econ. analyst 

Louis A. Wiesner, vice consul 

Daniel W. Montenegro, vice consul 

Thomas B. Staufler, Foreign Service officer 

Robert M. Berry, vice consul 

Theo C. Adams, vice consul 

Dorothea C. Lampe, admin, asst 

Erwin W. Wcndt, vice consul 

Parker D. Wyman, vice consul. 

James S. Sutterlin, vice consul 

Thomas J. Dunnigan, vice consul 

Ralphs. Collins, vice consul 

John P. MacDonald, vice consul 

Don B: Reynolds, vice consul 

Roy E. Fouike, vice consul: 

Warren L. Swope, vice consul 

Jordan T. Rogers, vice consul 



Maurice W. Altaffer, consul general... 

Martin J. Hillenbrand, consul 

Culver Gidden, consul 

Bernard F. Heiler, consul 

Don A. Gribble, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul 

LeRoy F. Percival, Jr., vice consul 

Elliott H. Miller, vice consul 

Evernghim Blake, vice consul 

Malcolm R. Dougherty, vice consul... 

Howard L. Nelson, vice consul 

Richard W. Griswold, vice consul 

Sydney B. Redecker, consul general.... 

Walter W. Hoffman, consul... 

Leonard N. Caswell, vice consul 

Erich W. A. Hoffmann, vice consul 

Thomas Edmund Burke, vice consul.. 

David J. S. Manbey, vice consul 

John N. von der Lieth, vice consul 

David K. Hammond, vice consul 

Donald W. McAvoy, vice consul 

Carl Biebers, Jr., vice consul 

John J. Degan, vice consul 

William Frank Lebus, Jr., vice consul. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Oct. 17,1945 

tOct. 6, 1946 

Jan. 8, 1945 

Jan. 25,1946 

June 21,1946 

Mar. 12, 1945 

Aug. 21,1946 

Dec. 4, 1945 

July 19,1946 

tJan. 31,1947 

June 20,1946 

tJune 17,1946 

Aug. 22,1946 

Apr. 2, 1945 

May 22,1947 

Oct. 15,1945 

tDec. 29,1945 

{Aug. 12,1946 

Oct. 18.1946 

tJan. 13,1947 

May 7,1947 

{Feb. 10,1946 

Apr. 12,1945 

{Aug. 12,1946 

July 19,1946 

Aug. 20,1946 

Mar. 13, 1945 

Apr. 1, 1946 

Apr. 5, 1946 

Apr. 10,1946 

Apr. 15,1946 

July 26, 1946 



{Apr. 

{Apr. 
Mar. 

{Jan. 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Feb. 
May 
May 
May 
Oct. 

{Mar. 
Jan. 
July 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Nov. 

{Apr. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
May 
Jan. 



11,1946 

11. 1946 

27. 1947 
31, 1947 
20, 1946 
18, 1946 
29, 1946 
25, 1946 
14, 1946 
14, 1946 
14, 1946 
15, 1946 

1, 1946 
21, 1946 

20. 1946 

31. 1947 
12, 1947 
31, 1946 

16. 1945 

22. 1946 
7.1946 

18, 1946 

14. 1946 

15. 1947 



Assigned also as consul at Baden-Baden, Germany. 



24 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GERMANY— Continued 




Jan. 18,1946 
Jan. 24,1946 
Oct. 16,1945 
Jan. 26,1946 
Jan. 29,1946 
Jan. 29,1946 
Jan. 29,1946 
June 9,1947 
July 5, 1946 
Oct. 15,1946 
tJan. 31,1947 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
JAug. 12,1946 
tApr. 3, 1947 
Feb. 13,1946 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 6, 1946 
Jan. 5, 1946 
Jan. 30,1946 
Feb. 14,1946 
Feb. 14,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Feb. 28,1946 
tApr. 11,1946 
Aug. 23, 1946 
Dec. 13,1945 
Feb. 13,1946 
Jan. 22,1946 
Feb. 13,1946 
Feb. 21,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Mar. 5,1946 

Mar. 6, 1947 

J Jan. 7, 1944 
Sept. 12, 1944 

Mar. 17, 1947 
Apr. 23,1947 

tApr. 15,1943 
May 5, 1945 
Feb. 8, 1946 
Aug. 26,1946 
Apr. 2, 1941 
July 24,1946 
Sept. 19, 1946 

tFeb. 9, 1947 

Oct. 1, 1946 

May 26,1947 
tNov, 13, 1946 


FSO-2 




Richard S Huestis consul 


FSO^ 




David H McKillop vice consul 


FSO-4 




Dayton S Mak vice consul 


FSS-11 




Francis J Qalbraith vice consul 


FSS-11 






FSS-11 






FSS-11 


Munich (CO) 


Sam E. Woods, consul general 


FSO-1 




FSO-3 






FSO-4 






FSS-8 






FSS-9 






FSO-6 




Benjamin J. Ruyle, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Wallace Clarke, vice consul 


FSR-6 




Sverre M Backe, vice consul 


FSR-6 




Robert W. Beghtol, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Charles W Thomas, vice consul 


FSS-10 




William C Jones 3d, vice consul 


FSS-U 


■^ 


Delmar R Carlson vice consul 


FSS-11 




Howard C Goldsmith vice consul 


FSS-11 






FSS-U 






FSO-3 






FSO-5 




W. Paul O'Neill, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-5 






FSS-10 






FSR-6 






FSS-11 






FSS-U 






FSS-U 




William C. Rhodes, vice consul . ... 


FSS-U 




Elbert R. Williams, vice consul 


FSS-U 






FSS-U 


GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRELAND 

London (E) 


Lewis W. Douglas, ambassador e.xtraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Waldemar J. Gallman, counselor of embassy ' 

Harry C. Hawkins, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs.' 

Eric H. Biddle, Foreign Service Reserve officer 

Allan Nevins, public-affairs officer 

Don C Bliss cml attach^ 






FSO-CM 
FSO-1 

FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSO-2 




Paul Nyhus, agricultural attach^ 


FSO-2 




George Tait, counselor of embassy; consul general. 
Lewis Clark, counselor of embassy 


FSO-2 
FSO-2 




Robert D. Coe, first secretary; consul 

Everett F. Drumright, first secretary; consul 

Eldon L Bailey, attache 


FSO-2 
FSO-2 
FSR-2 




Paul R. Porter, special asst. and acting chief of 

mission for econ. affairs. 
Robert E. Asher, special asst. to chief of mission for 

econ. affairs. 


FSR-3 
FSR-3 
FSO-3 




Charles W. Jeffers, special asst. to chief of mission 
for econ. affairs. 


FSR-3 



1 With the honorary rank of minister, 
s With the rank of minister. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



25 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GREAT BRITAIN AND 










NORTHERN IRE- 










LAND— Continued 










London (E)— .Continued 


Lawrence C. Vass, attachg 


Dec. 


19, 1946 


FSS-1 


Harris R. Hungerford, sr. econ. analyst -- 


July 


9, 1945 


FSR-3 




Howard C. Bugbee, attache 


Oct. 


2, 1944 


FSS-2 




Henry E. Stebbins, first secretary; consul 


tJan. 


26, 1943 


FSO-3 




Avery F. Peterson, first secretary; consul 


Mar. 


17, 1942 


FSO-3 




James C. Sappington, 3d, first secretary; consul... 


Feb. 


22, 1945 


FSO-3 




Edwin W. Kenworthy, information oflicer. 


Oct. 


11,1946 


FSR-3 




Sargent B. Child, librarian --. 


Nov 


12, 1946 


FSR-3 




William Charles Buell, attache. 


Feb. 


7, 1947 


FSR-3 




Joseph E. Charles, cultural oflicer 


Mar 


21, 1947 


FSR-3 




Winston M. Scott, attache 


Jan. 


10, 1947 


FSS-2 




Livingston Satterthwaite, civil air attache » 


tJuly 


25, 1944 


FSO-5 




George Lewis Jones, Jr., second secretary; consul.. 


July 


13. 1946 


rso-3 




Samuel D. Berger, attach^ - 


Dec. 


4, 1945 


FSR-4 




Fred Taylor, agricultural commissioner 


Oct. 


20, 1944 


FSS-3 




William Harry J. Mclntyre, attache 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


FSR-4 




Findley Weaver, attache 


May 


22, 1947 


FSShI 




Landreth M. Harrison, first secretary; consul 


Apr. 


7, 1945 


FSO-4 




Theodore Geiger, admin, officer for mission for 


July 


1, 1946 


FSS-4 




econ. affairs. 










Claude H. Hall, Jr., second secretary; consul 


Aug. 


31, 1945 


FSO-4 




Kathleen Molesworth, second secretary; consul.... 


June 


28, 1946 


FSO-4 




Louis K. Benjamin, property-liquidation officer... 


Oct. 


6, 1946 


FSS-5 




Mulford A. Colebrook, second secretary; consul... 


JMar. 


9, 1942 


FSO-4 




Fred K. Salter, second secretary; consul 


tAug. 


21. 1944 


FSO-4 




Robert P. Chalker, second secretary; consul 


tJune 20,1945 


FSO-4 




Jule B. Smith, asst. cml. attache.. 


June 


21, 1945 


FSO-4 




David A. Thomasson, second secretary; consul 


July 


17, 1946 


FSO-4 




Eldred D. Kuppinger, second secretary; consul.... 


Aug. 


17, 1946 


FSO-4 




W. Stratton Anderson, Jr., second secretary; consul. 


Aug. 


22, 1946 


FSO-4 




Joseph Polakoff, asst. press officer 


tApr. 


20, 1947 


FSS-5 




Richard Byrd Lewis, motion picture officer 


May 


7, 1947 


FSS-5 




Alexander B. Toth, publications officer 


May 


5, 1945 


FSS-6 




Laurence E. Andrews, asst. to head of news service. 


{Nov. 


13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Donald B. Calder, second secretary; vice consul... 


June 


2, 1941 


FSO-4 




Irven M. Eitreim, second secretary; vice consul... 


Sept. 


28, 1944 


FSO-4 




Richard Porter Taylor, Foreign Service Reserve 


Mar. 


15, 1947 


FSR-4 




officer. 










John F. Hamilton, asst. to head of news service... 


tNov. 


13, 1946 


FSS-6 




Louis L. Widmer, vice consul; special disbursing 


Mar. 


22, 1945 


FSS-6 




agent. 










Henry B. Cannon, cultural-relations officer 


Oct. 


31, 1945 


FSS-7 




James H. MacMillan, vice consul _ 


Apr. 


23, 1947 


FSS-7 




John J. Coyle, attache; consul 


tran. 


31, 1947 


rss-8 




Herbert W. Carlson, consul 


tJan. 


31, 1947 


FSS-8 




Katherine A. H. Egerton, admin, asst 


JNov. 


13, 1946 


FSS-8 




Lee Murray, attache 


tJune 


6, 1944 


FSS-8 




Gizella I. Huber, econ. analyst 


July 


1, 1946 


FSS-8 




Mary P. Ragatz, admin, officer 


tAug. 


25, 1946 


FSS-8 




Charles B. Borell, vice consul. _. 


tDec. 


5, 1945 


FSS-9 




William J. Ford, third secretary; vice consul 


JDec. 


29, 1945 


FSO-5 




Mary Margaret Craig, admin, asst 


Feb. 


17, 1947 


FSS-8 




James Augustine Kane, admin, asst.. 


Feb. 


17, 1947 


FSS-8 




De Witt Bragan, admin, asst 


Mar. 


13, 1947 


FSS-8 




Willis Bryant Collins, Jr., admin, asst 


Mar. 


13, 1947 


FSS-8 




David Fraser Gould, admin, asst 


Apr. 
May 


15, 1947 
20, 1947 


FSS-8 




Felix Smith Verity, asst. attache... 


FSS-8 




Leona B. Herman, admin, asst 


July 


1, 1947 


FSS-8 



"Assigned also to Dublin and The Hague. 



26 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


GEEAT BRITAIN AND 








NORTHERN IRE- 








LAND— Continued 








London (E)— Continued 


Louise Mac Millan, econ. analyst . 


Mar. 29, 1945 


FSS-10 




Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul. _ 


Oct. 15,1945 


FSS-10 




Raymond E. Kolb, vice consul.. 


Jan. 29,1947 


FSS-10 




Cornelius J. Dwyer, third secretary; vice consul... 


Sept. 11, 1946 


FSO-6 




Herbert E. Burrows, admin, a&st 


Jan. 23,1947 


rss-9 




Stanley Baron, admin, asst 


Mar. 12, 1947 


FSS-9 




Paul M. MUler, vice consul 


June 12,1947 
June 12,1947 


FSO-6 




B. Frank Poe, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 




John William Jelich, Jr., vice consul 


tSept. 26, 1946 


FSS-11 




Kingdon W. Swaj-ne, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Aug. 21,1946 


FSO-6 




Norah Alsterlund, vice consul 


tMay 19,1946 
tApr. 13,1946 


FSS-U 




Edith A. Stensby, vice consul 


Fss-n 




Frederick W. Thomas, vice consul 


May 2,1945 
JNov. 5,1945 


FSS-11 




James T. Rush, vice consul. 


FSS-11 




Ballard R. Donnell. vice consul; admin, asst 


Feb. 10,1946 


FSS-11 




Paul Felix Warburg, attach^ 


July 1, 1947 


FSS-10 




Constance McCready, vice consul 


June 12,1947 


FSO-6 




Ernest K. GriflBn, vice consul.. 


ISept. 3,1946 


FSS-11 




John Herbert Hermanson, vice consul 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 


MaJ. Oen. Clayton L. Bissell, military attache 


Mar. 21, 1946 






and military air attache. 








Commodore Tully Shelley, naval attache and 


tJuly 22,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Col. Oraydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 


Apr. 15,1946 






Col. Joseph A. Holly, asst. military attache 


July 2. 1946 






Col. Ernest C. Bomar, asst. military attache 


Sept. 26. 1946 






Lt. Col. Charles Y. Allen, asst. military attache. . . 


Feb. 7, 1946 






Lt. Col. Stuart W. Don. asst. military attache 


Apr. 16,1946 






Lt. Col. Maurice B. Lampl, asst. military attache. 


Apr. 29,1946 






Lt. Col. Carl Z. Berry, asst. military attache 


June 13,1945 






Lt. Col. William F. Train, asst. military attache.. 


Jan. 9, 1947 






Maj. Linus F. Q. Goyette, asst. military attache . 


Apr. 11,1946 






Capt. Frederick W. Hall, asst. military attache... 


Mar. 25, 1946 






Capt. Jack H. Whitson, asst. military attache 


Apr. 5, 1946 






Capt. Ross L. Collins, asst. military attache 


June 28, 1946 






Commodore Robert E. Robinson, Jr., asst. naval 


Jan. 21,1946 






attache for research. 








Capt. Charles M. Tooke, asst. naval attache 


Nov. 29, 1945 






Capt. Arthur W. Loy, asst. naval attache.. 


Sept. 26, 1946 






Capt. John B. Pearson, asst. naval attache and 


Oct. 22,1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Capt. Harry Sanders, asst. naval attache. 


Jan. 10,1947 






Comdr. Robert L. Taylor, asst. naval attache 


July 25,1945 






Comdr. Peter Belin, asst. naval attache and asst. 


July 24,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Comdr. Writner Hostetter, asst. naval attache. 


July 3, 1942 






Col. William B. Kieffer, asst. military air attache. 


May 13, 1946 






Col. John B. Ackerman, asst. military air attache. 


July 16,1946 






Col. Thetus C. Odom, asst. military air attache... 


Jan. 9, 1947 




Belfast, Northern Ireland 


Quincy F. Roberts, consul 


Sept. 4,1942 


FSO-3 


(CO). 


William Francis Ayer, vice consul 


Aug. 25,1944 


FSS-U 




Imogene E, Ellis, vice consul.... 


Oct. 17,1944 


FSS-11 




Charles C. Adams, Jr., vice consul 


June 25,1946 


FSS-11 


Birmingham, England (C)... 


Samuel Sokobin, consul 


Aug. 29, 1944 


FSO-3 




Hugh E. Russell, vice consul 


Oct. 4, 1945 


FSS-11 


Bradford. England (C) 


Joseph Q. Groeninger, consul 


Oct. 6, 1941 


FSO-4 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



27 



Date of as- 
signment 



GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRE- 
LAN D— Continued 



Bristol, England (C). 



Cardiff. Wales (C) 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C). 



Glasgow, Scotland (C). 



Hull, England (C) 

Liverpool, England (C). 



Manchester, England (C)... 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng- 
land (C). 
Plymouth, England (C).... 
Southampton, England (C). 



(Europe) 

Gibraltar (C) 

Malta (C)i 

(Asia) 
Aden (C) 



Paul H. Pearson, consul 

Luther A. Thomas, 2d, vice consul 

Henry O. Ramsey, consul ._ 

Henry B. Day, consul --- 

John F. Claffey, vice consul 

Dayle C. McDonough, consul general. 

David Q. Nes. vice consul 

Virgil M. Elliott, vice consul 

Arthur F. Tower, consul 

Arne T. Fliflet, vice consul 

C. Porter Kuykendall, consul general. 

Stephen B. Vaughan, vice consul 

Edward B. Bergman, vice consul 

Samuel R. Thompson, consul 

W. Milboume Neighbors, vice consul. 

Charles H. Heisler, consul 

Thomas A. Kelly, vice consul 

Fred H. Houck, consul 

William H. Beck, consul general 

F. Wi'.lard Calder, consul 

Levi 1 ease Smith, Jr., vice consul 



C . Paul Fletcher, consul 

Courtland Christiani, vice consul. 



Colombo, Ceylon (C). 
Hong Kong (CG) 



Rangoon, Burma (CG). 



Singapore (CG). 



Jan. 


28, 1946 


May 


3, 1945 


{Jan. 


31, 1947 


Oct. 


2, 1946 


Sept. 


4, 1946 


Mar. 


14, 1946 


June 


26, 1946 


Feb. 


20, 1947 


Sept. 


11, 1946 


Nov. 


2, 1945 


JMar. 


16, 1944 


June 


7, 1946 


Oct. 


22, 1946 


Feb. 


12, 1946 


Oct. 


19, 1945 


Feb. 


17, 1942 


Sept 


24, 1946 


tJan. 


31, 1947 


June 


7, 1945 


tJan. 


31, 1947 


Sept 


10, 1946 



Mar. 13,1944 
Apr. 3, 1947 



Charles C. Gidney, Jr., vice consul 

John J. Ingersoll, vice consul 

Joseph G. Bowers, vice consul 

Perry N. Jester, consul 

Edward L. Johnson, vice consul 

Harriet C. Thurgood, vice consul 

George D. Hopper, consul general 2.__ 

Charles E. Brookhart, consul... 

James Dyke van Putten, public-affairs officer 

Arthur Abraham Simpson, econ. analyst 

Albert Laplace Dart, asst. consular attachfi 

J. Charles Thompson, vice consul 

Nathalie D. Boyd, vice consul 

Betty Ann Middleton, vice consul 

Earl L. Packer, consul general 

Frederick L. Jochem, vice consul; public-affairs 
officer. 

T. Eliot Weil, vice consul 

Francis J. Reardon, vice consul _ 

William L. S. Williams, vice consul 

James B. Lindsey, vice consul 

Bernard P. Meighen, vice consul 

Martin P. Detels, Jr., vice consul 

Mona T. Farmer, librarian.. 

Paul R. Josselyn, consul general 

John S. Richardson, Jr., consul 

Benjamin Beals Simpson, asst. consular attach^.. 



June 16,1947 
Oct. 22,1946 
tXov. 1, 1946 
Apr. 15, 1947 
July 19,1946 
May 26,1947 
Sept. 17,1945 
Dec. 23,1946 
Mar. 31, 1947 
Nov. 26, 1945 
May 20,1947 
Feb. 28,1947 
Jan. 18,1946 
Nov. 28, 1945 
Apr. 11,1946 
July 1, 1946 

June 9, 1947 
Mar. 31,1947 
Mar. 26, 1946 
Mar. 26,1947 
Sept. 20, 1945 
Dec. 2, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 5, 1946 
June 2, 1946 
May 23.1947 



« Not functioning. 

' Assigned also to Macau. 



28 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



GEEAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRE- 
LAND— Continued 

(Other Asia)— Continued 

Singapore (CO)— Continued 



(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West 

Africa (C). 
Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

(CO). 
Mombasa, Kenya, East 

Africa (C). 
Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

(CG). 



(Fiji Isiands) 

Suva, Fiji Islands (C). 



(Newfoundland) 

St. John's (CG).... 



(Other America) 

Antigua. Leeward Islands, 
British West Indies (C). 

Barbados, B.W.I. (C) 

Belize, British Honduras 
(C). 

Georgetown, British Guiana 
(C). 

Grenada, B. W.I. (C) 

Hamilton, Bermuda (CG).. 

Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I. 
(CG). 



Nassau, N. P., Bahamas (C) 



Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B. 
W. I. (C). 



Name and title 



Kinsley Twining, vice consul 

Max Seitelman, vice consul 

Baird E. Emmons, vice consul 

E. Talbot Smith, consul... 

Robert B. Houston, Jr., vice consul.. 
Winthrop S. Greene, consul general. . 

John W. Bowling, vice consul 

J. William Henry, vice consul. 

Joseph I. Touchette, consul 

Douglas Flood, consul 

Robert B. Houghton, vice consul 

Elmer E. Yelton, vice consul 

Wymberley De R. Coerr, vice consul 

George K. Donald, consul general 

Wainwright Abbott, consul general.. 

William P. Snow, consul 

Charles S. Millet, consul 

Lubert O. Sanderhotf, vice consul 

John R. Bartelt, Jr., vice consul 



William P. Hudson, vice consul 

Samuel H. Young, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul 

George W. Skora, vice consul 

Ever^tte L. Damron, vice consul 

Henry L. Taylor, vice consul 

Clay Merrell, consul 

Earle J. Richey, vice consul 

Malcolm P. Hooper, consul 

William B. Murray, vice consul 

George F. Kelly, vice consul 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 

Milton C. Walstrom, vice consul 

John H. E. McAndrews, vice consul. . 
Joseph Anthony Armenta, vice consul 

Ellis A. Bonnet, consul 

Raymond Bastianello, vice consul 

Benjamin L. Sowell, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



JMar. 8, 1946 
Jan. 8, 1946 
June 2, 1947 



July 


17, 1946 


FSO-3 


Dec. 


13, 1945 


FSS-10 


tMar. 


27, 1946 


FSO-3 


Sept. 


27, 1946 


FSO-6 


June 


6, 1945 


FSO-5 


June 


6, 1945 


FSO-4 


June 


17, 1 947 


FSO-4 


Feb. 


16, 1945 


FSS-11 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


FSS-11 



Nov. 26, 1945 


FSO-2 


June 4, 1947 


FSO-3 


JMay 15,1947 


rso-3 


Dec. 24,1946 


FSO-4 


Sept. 24, 1943 


FSO-5 


tJune 1, 1946 


FSS-11 



Apr. 11, 1947 



May 


20, 1946 


FSS-9 


Oct. 


4, 1946 


FSS-11 


Feb. 


27, 1947 


rss-9 


July 


25, 194G 


FSS-11 


July 


2, 1946 


FSS-9 


JJan. 


31, 1947 


FSS-7 


July 


20, 1945 


FSS-11 


Jan. 


23, 1947 


FSO-3 


Sept. 


13, 1946 


FSS-9 


tApr. 


1, 1925 


FSS-9 


Apr. 


10. 1944 


FSS-ll 


Mar. 


5, 1945 


FSS-11 


Aug. 


24, 1939 


FSS-8 


Jan. 


31, 1947 


FSS-11 


Oct. 


11, 1945 


FSO-4 


Mar. 


14, 1947 


FSS-10 


Aug. 


2, 1946 


FSS-10 



Category 
and class 



FSO-6 
FSS-11 
FSO-C 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



29 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
elass 


GREECE 








Athens (Athenai) (E)... 


Lincoln MacVeagh, ambassador extraordinary 


Nov. 12, 1943 




and plenipotentiary. 








James Hugh Keeley, Jr., counselor of embassy; 


Oct. 18,1945 


FSO-1 




consul general. 








H. Lawrence Groves, counselor of embassy for 


May 31, 1946 


FSO-1 




econ. affairs. 








Thomas C. Wasson, first secretary; consul 


May 20,1947 


FSO-2 




Horace H. Smith, first secretary; consul 


June 26, 1947 


FSO-3 




James 0. Babcock, attach^ 


Apr. 30, 1947 


FSS-2 




W. Leonard Parker, first secretary; consul 


May 9,1947 


FSO-3 




Robert French Evans, public-affairs officer 


Mar. 5,1947 


FSR-4 




Jay George Diamond, agricultural attache 


Jan. 30,1947 


FSS-5 




Robert Smith Simpson, attache. 


May 20,1947 


FSS-5 




Daniel Gaudin, Jr., second secretary; consul 


Nov. 27, 1944 


FSO-4 




William Witman, 2d, second secretary; consul 


JFeb. 25.1946 


FSO-4 




Leonard J. Cromie, second secretary; vice consul.. 


Oct. 21, 1944 


FSO-4 




M. Alison Frantz, cultural officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 
JMay 2. 1947 


FSR-4 




Thomas Karamessines, attach^ 


FSS-6 




Leopold J. LeClair, information officer 


Sept. 23, 1946 


FSR-5 




Claude G. Ross, third secretary; vice consul 


Nov. 23. 1945 


FSO-5 




Robert P. DriscoU, vice consul 


Apr. 18,1947 


FSS-8 




Ralph Orlando True, Jr., asst. attache 


May 23,1947 


FSS-8 




Oliver M. Marcy, third secretary; vice consul 


Nov. 25, 1944 


FSO-6 




Walton C. Hart, vice consul; special disbursing 


July 18,1945 


FSS-U 




agent. 








Robert W^. Caldwell, vice consul... 


{Jan. 25,1945 
July 17.1946 


FSS-11 




Stephen A. Rynas, third secretary; vice consul.... 


FSO-6 




Malcolm P. Hallam, vice consul 


Nov. 25, 1944 
June 17,1947 


FSS-U 




Larry Winter Roeder, vice consul 


FSS-U 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Harvey H. Smith, military attache 


{June 16,1947 






Rear Admiral John A. Snackenberg, naval attache 


Mar. 26, 1947 






and naval attache for air. 








Col. Kenneth P. Bergquist, military air attache... 


June 13,1947 






Lt. Col. Allen C. MOler, asst. mUitary attache.... 


May 21,1946 






Lt. Col. Robert W. Van de Velde, asst. military 


May 13, 1947 






attache. 








Capt. William R. Cory, asst. mihtary attache 


Dec. 16,1946 






Capt. Paul E. Andrepont, asst. military attache. . 


Feb. 4, 1947 






Comdr. Morton Sunderland, asst. naval attache 


{Mar. 24, 1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Howard T. Bierer, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 22,1947 






Comdr. Herbert L. Jukes, asst. naval attache and 


Apr. 22,1947 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. Harold 0. Deakin, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 22,1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Robert S. Milne, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Nov. 26, 1945 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. (jg) Creston W. Cathcart, asst. naval attache 


Apr. 22,1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Maj. George W. Haney, asst. military air attache 


Mar. 11, 1947 






1st Lt.Robert B.Enghsh, asst. military air attache 


May 13,1947 






2d Lt. Grant H. Fenn, asst. military air attache... 


May 13, 1947 




Patras (C) 


Bartley P. Gordon, consul 


June 15,1945 
Jan. 15,1947 


FSO-5 




L. Pittman Springs, vice consul 


FSS-10 


Salonika (Thessalonike) (C). 


Raleigh A. Gibson, consul general 


Sept. 18, 1946 


FSO-3 




Sherman L. Wallace, attache 


Jan. 14, 1947 
{Aug. 12, 1946 
Oct. 7, 1946 


FSS-6 




KatherLne W. Bracken, vice consul 


FSO-6 




George A. Hays, vice consul 


FSS-11 



30 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


GUATEMALA 

Guatemala (E) 


Edwin Jackson Kyle, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 


Feb. 9,1945 

Mar. 26, 1947 
May 22, 1946 
Apr. 5, 1945 
Nov. 1, 1945 
July 1, 1946 
Mar. 20, 1947 
tDec. 23,1942 
June 19,1946 
Apr. 25,1947 
Feb. 23,1947 

Nov. 8,1945 
Oct. 9, 1945 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Nov. 27, 1946 

July 12.1946 

Jan. 1, 1945 
Nov. 12, 1946 
Apr. 15,1947 

tMar. 31. 1947 
June 12,1947 
Jan. 16, 1946 

tNov. 30, 1945 
July 14,1945 

IMar. 10, 1947 

tJune 28,1947 

Apr. 12,1946 
Mar. 28, 1946 
Nov. 19, 1946 

Dec. 28,1944 

Apr. 10,1947 

Apr. 5, 1945 
Apr. 3, 1947 
{Nov. 13, 1946 
:Dec. 29,1945 
Mar. 26, 1946 
Apr. 15,1947 

[May 1, 1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 






FSO-3 




Lee R. Blohm, second secretary; consul. 

Graham Sheppard Quate, agricultural attache '... 


FSO-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 




Edward L. Farnsworth, information officer 

James A. Noel, attach^ 


FSR-4 
FSS-6 




W. Charles Bridgett, special asst 


FSS-8 




Ernest V. Siracusa, second secretary; vice consul.. 
William A. Campbell, vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSS-11 






FSS-U 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Mark A. Devine, Jr., military attach^ 

Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, ai>st. 

naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 

attache. 

Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 
Edward Livingston Tanner, agricultural attache.. 

Maurice D. Ncedham, piiblic-afTairs officer 

Robert H. McBride, second secretary; vice consul, 

William J. Boning, asst. public-affairs ofHcer. 

Robert M. Shechan, second secretary; vice consul. 
Homer F. Bnsch, admin, asst.; disbursing officer.. 

John C. Hawley, third secretary; vice consul 

Marshall F Wells, vice consul 




HAITI 

Port-au-Prince (E) 


FSO-CM 




FSS-6 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-10 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 






FSS-11 




Howard H. Bristol, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-11 


(MA) 


Lt. Col. John W. Romlein, military attache 

Col Edgar E Glenn, niilitarv air attache 








Cap Haitien (CA) 

HONDURAS 


Lt. Col. Edward R. Casey, asst. military air at- 
tache. 

Ciu'tis E Hough consular agent 




Paul C. Daniels, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 
Graham Sheppard Quate, agricultural attache '... 
Harold E. Montamat, second secretary; consul.... 
James H Webb Jr public-affairs officer 


FSO-1 




FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSR-5 




Albert K. Ludy, Jr., third secretary; vice consul... 


FSO-5 

FSS-11 




William J. Miller, vice consul 


FSS-ll 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. Nathan A. Brown, military attache 

Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 









' Assigned also to San Salvador and Tegucigalpa. 

* Assigned also to Guatemala and San Salvador; resident in Guatemala. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



31 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


HONDUEAS-Continued 

Tegucigalpa (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA)— Continued 

La Ceiba (C) 


Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 

naval attachfe and asst. naval attache for air. 

Edward J Lawler, vice consul 


Nov. 27, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

May 27,1946 
Dec. 11,1946 
Sept. 1,1943 

Apr. 10,1947 

Apr. 11,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Apr. 17,1947 
Dec. 29,1945 
May 8, 1947 
Dec. 26,1946 
May 5,1947 
Apr. 15,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tJuly 11,1946 
June 23,1947 
May 21, 1947 
tJune 5,1946 
tJune 6,1945 
Mar. 19. 1946 
Aug. 22,1946 
Mar. 28, 1947 
Aug. 21.1946 
Apr. 21,1947 
Dec. 13.1945 
May 9.1945 
July 13,1945 
Dec. 2, 1946 
Dec. 6, 1946 
Jan. 9, 1947 


FSS-10 


San Pedro Sula (C) 


Vincent D Williams, vice consul 


FSS-9 


Tela (CA) 


Willis E Walton consular agent 




HUNGARY 

Budapest (L) 


Selden Chapin, appointed envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. 
Donald F. Bigelow, counselor of legation; consul.. 
Harry E. Carlson, consul general; first secretary.. . 


FSO-CM 




FSO-2 
FSO-2 
FSO-2 






FSS-2 




Jack K McFall, first secretary; consul 


rso-3 




Spencer Williams, public-aflairs officer 


FSR-3 






FSS-3 






FSO-4 






FSR-4 




Robert S. Folsom, second secretary; vice consul... 
Howard Judd Hilton, Jr., asst. attach^ 

Emery R Kiraly, asst attachfe 


FSO-4 
FSR-5 
FSS-6 






FSS-8 






FSS-9 




James G. McCargar, third secretary; vice consul. . 

Alvin M. Bentley. third secretary; vice consul 

Alva Taber. special disbursing agent 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-10 




Edward P. Prince, third secretary; vice consul 

Stephen A. Koczak, third secretary; vice consul... 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-10 




James L. Lee, vice consul; special disbursing agent. 
Fred Qodsey, vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSS-10 




Robin E. Steussy, third secretary; vice consul 

Q. Edward Reynolds, vice consul 


Fsoe 

FSS-U 






FSS-11 


ICELAND 

Reykjavik (L) 








minister plenipotentiary. 

W illiam C. Trimble, first secretary; consul 

Joseph H. Rogatnick, asst. cml. attache 

Kenneth A. Byrns, second secretary; vice consul... 


Dec. 30,1946 
tFeh. 21,1947 
May 1,1947 
May 10.1946 
tJuly 15, 1946 

Apr. 10,1947 

Mar. 26. 1947 
Apr. 15,1947 


FSO-3 

FSS-7 
FSO-5 

FSS-H 






FSS-11 


INDIA 

New Delhi (E) 


Henry F. Grady, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 






FSO-1 




Howard Donovan, counselor of embassy 


FSO-1 



Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Praha, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 



32 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


INDIA-Contlnued 

New Delhi (E)-Contmued 


Samuel H. Day, counselor of embassy for econ. 

affairs. 
William C. Johnstone, Jr., public-affairs officer.... 


Oct. 21,1946 

July 1, 1946 
tDec. 17,1946 
July 1, 1946 
June 9, 1947 
Feb. 11,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
tDec. 17,1946 
tDec. 17,1946 
Apr. 10,1947 
July 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 3,1946 
May 23. 1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
{Apr. 17,1947 

tDec. 24,1946 
Dec. 11,1946 

tDec. 24,1946 
tDec. 23,1946 
tDec. 23. 1946 

{Dec. 23,1946 
June 14,1947 

{Dec. 23,1946 

July 19,1946 
Jan. 31,1947 

tFeb. 24,1947 
Dec. 20,1946 
Feb. 14,1947 
June 16,1947 
Mar. 11, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 16,1946 
July 31,1946 
Nov. 12. 1945 
June 23,1947 
Feb. 1, 1946 
June 9, 1947 
Apr. 27,1947 
Sept. 10, 1946 
Feb. 11,1947 
Dec. 10.1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
June 26,1946 
Apr. 21,1947 
Sept. 27, 1946 

tOct. 11,1945 
Apr. 18, 1945 ' 

tNov. 13, 1946 


FSO-2 

FSR-2 
FSR-3 




Ralph Block, public-affairs officer 


FSR-3 




Patrick Mallon, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




Joe D Walstrom, cml. attache 


FSO-3 




Ralph B Curren, attache' 


FSR-3 




Ernest H Fisk, asst public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 




Richard D. Gatewood, second secretary; consul... 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 




J. Jefferson Jones, 3d, second secretary; consul 


FSO-4 

FSS-7 




Bernhard J. Paulson, special disbursing agent 

Cleveland B. McKnight, third secretary 


FSS-8 
FSO-5 




Virginia Ellis, vice consul 


FSS-8 




Jane T Loranger, librarian 


FSS-10 


(MA &NA)... 


Mary E. Volz, third secretary; vice consul 

Col. Clarence W. Bennett, military attache 

Capt. James G. Atkins, naval attach^ and naval 
attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Charles E. Caple, military air attache.... 

Col. James D. Bamett, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Nathaniel R. Hoskot, asst. military at- 
tache. 

Maj. Alfred W. Furrell, asst military attache 

Lt. Comdr. George W. Kittredge, asst. naval 
attache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Capt. William M. Reynolds, Jr., asst. military air 
attache. 


FSO-6 




FSO-3 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 




Gilbert Edward Clark, information officer 


FSR-5 






FSS-8 




Richard E. Usher, vice consul' 


FSO-5 






FSO-6 




Wayne M. Hartwell, librarian .. 


FSS-10 




Charles D. Withers, vice consul 


FSS-9 




Albert A Rabida, vice consul 


FSS-11 




George W. Small, vice consul 


FSS-U 


Calcutta (CO) 


Charles H. Derry, consul general 


FSO-3 




Elbert G Mathews, consul 


FSO-3 




Eugene A Gilmore, Jr , consul 


FSO-3 




Leslie Llewellyn Lewis, public affairs officer 

Charles 0. Thompson, consul 


FSR-4 
FSO-4 




Henry T. Smith, vice consul * 


FSO-4 




Tallmadge Bergen, agricultural officer 


FSS-8 




John W. Thomason, 3d, information officer 

Helen R. Nicholl, vice consul 


FSR-5 
FSO-6 




Stuart Blow, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Thomas S. Bloodworth, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 




Helen Randolph Sexton, vice consul 


FSS-ll 




Augustus Robert Towers, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-IL 




James R. Billman, vice consul ' 


FSS-11 



> Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 

' Assigned also as vice consul at Calcutta. 

' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

« Assigned also as second secretary at New Delhi; resident In New DelhL 

• Re-sident in New Delhi. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



33 



INDIA— Continued 
Karachi (C) 



Tehran (E). 



(MA). 



Tabriz (C). 



IRAQ 



(E). 



(MA & NA). 



Basra (C) . 



Name and title 



H. Gordon Mirmigerode, consul 

Frederick D. Leatherman, vice consul 

Charles W. Booth, vice consul 

Roy E. B. Bower, consul 

Stanley R. Chartrand, public-affairs officer. 
Merritt M. Grant, vice consul 



George V. Allen, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. I* 19*^ 

James Somerville, cml. attache 

Evan M. Wilson, second secretary; consul 

Ralph B. Curren, attach^ ' 

J. Forrest Crawford, sr. econ. analyst.. 

Horace G. Bolster, agricultural attach^ 

F. Taylor Gurney, public-affairs officer 

Randall S. Williams, Jr., attache 

Donald Richmond Barton, information officer ... 

John H. Waller, vice consul. 

Herbert D. Spivack, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Edward L. Waggoner, third secretary; vice consul 

Gerald F. P. Dooher, vice consul. 

Alan R. Eurich, admin, asst 

John B. Grume, third secretary; vice consul 



Col. William T. Sexton, military attache 

Maj. Carl P. Garver, military air attache 

Capt. Alexis M. Gagarine, asst. military attache.. 
Capt. Paul W. Moomaw, Jr., asst. military attache 



F. Lester Sutton, consul 

J. Brock Havron, vice consul. 



George Wadsworth, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Edwin Schoenrich, first secretary; consul.. 

Edmund J. Dorsz, first secretary 

Ralph B. Curren, attache 2 

Armin H. Meyer, public-aflairs officer 

Walter Harris, Jr., attache 

Victor E. von Lossberg, cml. attache. 

Frances Eugenia Roberds, asst. public-aHairs 

officer. 
Bayard Le Roy King, vice consul... 

Col. William E. Shipp, military attache.... 

Lt. Comdr. Robert E. Henderson, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. James Smith Coward, military air attache 
Capt. Albert Q. Wing, Jr., asst. military attache.. 



Wilbur P. Chase, vice consul. 

Joseph J. Jova, vice consul 

Robert R. Schott, vice consul. 



Date of as- 
signment 



July 22,1946 

Dec. 26,1945 
tFeb. 4, 1946 

Oct. 7, 1942 
tNov. 13, 1946 

Apr. 22,1947 



Apr. 23,1946 

Feb. 15,1944 
Nov. 7,1946 

JNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 7, 1946 
July 21,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 22, 1944 
Jan. 22,1947 
Jan. 31,1947 

tDec. 15,1945 
July 18,1946 

tNov. 15, 1946 
May 12,1947 
Sept. 9,1946 

May 18,1946 
Aug. 12,1944 
June 26,1945 
Feb. 11,1946 

Oct. 17,1946 
Apr. 22,1947 



Nov. 19, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1945 
Apr. 22,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 22,1947 
Feb. 13,1945 
Apr. 11,1947 

Jan. 2, 1946 

June 14,1947 
Apr. 26,1947 

Jan. 13,1947 
June 13,1946 

tJuly 15,1946 
May 15,1947 
Oct. 10,1945 



' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 
« Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jedda, and New Delhi: resident in Cairo. 



34 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


IRELAND (EIRE) 








Dublin (Baile Atha Cliath) 
(L). 




Feb. 16,1940 




plenipotentiary.' 










Apr. 21,1947 


FSO-2 




Livingston Sattertliwaite, civil air attache 2 


Aug. 15.1944 


FSO-3 




John C. Pool, second secretary 


Dec. 2.1946 


FSO-4 




Robert M. Beaudry, third secretary 


Aug. 2, 1946 


FSO-6 


(MA) . 


Col. Kenneth Ray Kreps, military attache and 
military air attache. 


Nov. 15, 1945 








(CO) 


Thomas McEnellv, consul general 


tApr. 28.1945 
Sept. 30. 1946 


FSO-2 




C. Carey White, vice consul 


FSS-10 






Sept, 19, 1946 


FSS-U 




George M. Finch, vice consul 


Oct. 31.1946 
Oct. 16.1944 


FSO-6 






FSS-11 




Joseph A. La Freniere, vice consul 


Nov. 14, 1945 


FSS-U 






Jan. 15.1947 

Jan. 14,1946 
Feb. 26.1947 


FSS-11 


Cork (C) .. . 


Donald A. Lewis, vice consul 

William D. Moreland, Jr.. consul _. 


FSS-U 


Limerick (C) 


FSO-4 






Oct. 28.1946 


FSS-10 


ITALY 








James Clement Dunn, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary.' 


July 25,1946 


FSO-CM 








Homer M. Byington, Jr., counselor of embassy 


tMar. 26, 1947 


FSO-2 




Paul Hyde Bonner, ccon. adviser 


Mar. 10, 1947 


FSR-2 




Orville C. Anderson, public-affairs officer 


May 4. 1947 


FSR-2 




Myron L. Black, adviser on shipping 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-3 




Walter N. Walmsley, Jr., counselor of embassy for 


Feb. 5, 1947 


FSO-3 




econ. affairs. 








Charles R Morey. cultural officer 


tJuly 1, 1946 


FSR-3 




John F. Huddleston. first secretary; consul 


Aug. 21,1944 


FSO-3 




J Wesley Jones first secretary consul 


Mar. 5,1945 


FSO-3 




Edward Page, Jr., first secretary; consul 


Mar. 13, 1946 


FSO-3 




Thomas C. Quinn, attache ._ 


Oct. 8, 1946 


FSR-3 




Edwood Holstein, asst. attache,. __ 


May 15,1947 


FSR-3 




Howard R. Cottam, agricultural attache 


Apr. 8, 1946 


FSR-4 




Harry T. Fultz, public-affairs officer 


Nov. 5,1946 


FSR-4 




Frederic C. Fornes, Jr., second secretary; consul- - 


Jan. 27,1947 


FSO-4 






tNov. 13, 1946 
tNov. 13. 1946 
{Feb. 10.1945 


FSS-5 






FSS-6 




H. Gardner Ainsworth, second secretary; vice 


FSO-4 




consul. 








John Gordon Metn, second secretary; consul 


Apr. 7, 1947 


FSO-4 




Harold H. Rhodes, second secretary; consul 


Apr. 24,1947 


FSO-4 




Joseph D. Ravotto, asst. information officer. 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-4 




Harry R. Stritman, publications-procurement 


Sept. 5,1946 


FSS-6 




officer; attache. 








Jason Paige, Jr., attache 


Mar. 4,1947 


FSS-6 




James Parker Wilson, econ. analyst 


Mar. 29, 1946 


FSS-7 




Victor H. Loftus, consul 


tJan. 31.1947 


FSS-7 




B. Miles Hammond, second secretary; vice consul. 


Mar. 14. 1946 


FSO-5 




George D. Henderson, second secretary; consul.... 


Oct. 16,1946 


FSO-5 



' George A. Garrett has been appointed envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to succeed David 
Gray. 

' Assigned also to London and The Hague; resident in London. 

' Assigned also as U. S. representative, Advisory Council for Italy, and U. S. political adviser to Supreme 
Commander, Mediterranean Theater, Leghorn. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



35 



ITALY— Continued 



Rome (Roma) (E)— Con. 



Florence (Firenze) (C). 



Genoa (Qenova) (CG). 



Milan (CG). 



Name and title 



Philip G. Hodge, librarian. 

Vincent La Vista, econ. analyst 

Byron B. Snyder, second secretary; vice consul... 

Linton Crook, vice consul 

Rex L. Wallick, admin, officer 

Joseph N. Greene, Jr., Foreign Service officer 

William G. Gibson, second secretary; vice consul. 

Robert Roy Cunningham, vice consul... 

Thomas Venturini, admin, asst 

Louis A. Gallo, admin, asst 

Peter Regis, asst. attach^ 

Alfonse Cosmo Votolato, admin, asst 

Anthony C. Ravel, admin, asst 

Edelen Fogarty, econ. analyst 

William A. McFadden, third secretary; vice consul 

.\lice Magee, vice consul 

David Oppenheim, a.sst. disbursing officer __. 

William S. Caldwell, third secretary; vice consul- 
Robert A. Brand, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert A. Griggs, vice consul 

Stanley M. Howe, vice consul. 



Col. John M. Willems. military attache 

Capt. Hubert W. Chanler, naval attache and 

naval attache, for air. 

'Col. Benoid E. Glawe, military air attache 

Col. Ernest L. Clough, asst. military attache 

Maj. James A. Gray, asst. military attache 

Maj. Berrisford H. Walker, asst. military attache 
Comdr. Oscar B. Parker, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Victor L. Schrager, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Maj. Albert E. StoU, Jr., asst. military air attache. 



Walter W. Orebaugh, consul ' 

Dale D. Mc.\doo, cultural officer 

James A. Collins, Jr., vice consul 

Leonard R. Mills, vice consul. 

Lester L. Schnare. consul general 

John W. Bailey, Jr.. consul general.. 

Roger L. Heacock, vice consul 

Rufus S. Crane, Jr., vice consul 

William E. Knight, 2d. vice consul 

Arthur L. Paddock, Jr., vice consul 

Jean E. N. Baxter, vice consul 

Sofia P. Kearney, vice consul 

Andrew F. Rolle, vice consul 

Charles A. Bay, consul general 

Albert W.Scott, consul 

Carleton W. Washburne. public-alfairs offi 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul 

J. Stanford Edwards, consul. 

John R. Baine, vice consul 

Marjorie F. Fereuson. information officer. 

Keld Christensen, vice consul 

-A.lice G. Mulhern, vice consul 

Philbert Deyman, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



tNov. 13, 1946 
June 12,1945 
Oct. 11,1944 
Sept. 25, 1944 
July 1, 1946 
May 30, 1946 
Apr. 23,1947 
Apr. 3, 1947 
Apr. 24,1947 
June 17,1947 
June 17,1947 
June 21,1947 
July 1, 1946 
Dec. 30,1944 
Oct. 31,1946 

JNov. 5,1945 
June 23,1947 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Dec. 3, 1946 
Dec. 2, 1944 
June 9, 1945 

tMay 20.1946 
Mar. 20, 1946 

Sept. 30, 1946 
May 14,1946 
Apr. 19,1946 
May 1, 1946 
Mar. 20, 1946 

May 12,1947 

July 24,1946 



Oct. 
INov. 
Mar. 
tJune 
Apr. 
June 
Jan. 
Apr. 
July 
Sept. 
May 
May 
Jan. 
tMay 
July 
tNov. 
May 
tJan. 
Mar. 
tNov. 
June 
Jan. 
Feb. 



28. 1944 

13. 1946 
13, 1946 

28. 1947 
24. 1945 

3, 1947 
24. 1946 
25, 1947 
19. 1946 

30. 1946 

21. 1945 
25.1915 
16. 1946 

7, 1946 
22, 1946 

13. 1946 

14. 1946 
31. 1947 
28, 1947 

13. 1946 

10. 1947 
3, 1946 

13. 1947 



Category and 
class 



FSO-4 

FSR-5 

FSS-9 

FSS-U 

FSO-2 

FSO-2 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-ll 

FSS-11 

FSS-ll 

FSO-2 

FSO-3 

FSR-4 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSS-ll 

FSS-ll 



"Assigned also to San Marino. 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ITALY— Continued 

Naples (Napoli) (CO) 


George L. Brandt, consul general ... 


Mar. 9,1944 
Oct. 31,1944 
Mar. 20, 1945 
July 1, 1946 
Mar. 23, 1941 
May 12,1947 
July 19,1946 
Feb. 19,1944 
June 19,1945 
Feb. 23,1944 
Dec. 28,1945 
Dec. 28,1945 
Feb. 13.1947 
May 8, 1947 
Oct. 27,1945 
Apr. 4, 1947 
June 23,1947 
Apr. 26,1946 
Feb. 15,1944 
Jan. 14,1946 
Sept. 4,1946 
June 11,1945 
Sept. 11,1946 
Jan. 23,1946 

Nov. 19, 1946 

June 16,1947 
Aug. 29,1945 
Jan. 22,1946 
Apr. 22,1947 
{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSO-1 




Fred W. Jandrey, consul 


FSO-4 




William E. Flournoy, Jr., consul 


FSO-4 




Joseph B. Costanzo, public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 






FSO-5 




Earl Woodrow Johnson, admin asst 


FSS-8 






FSO-6 






FSS-U 






FSS-11 






FSS-11 




Aldon M. Hoffman, vice consul 


FSS-U 




Richard B. Peters, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Lewis M. Purnell, vice consul 


FSS-U 




Helen M. Bailey, vice consul 


FSS-11 


Palermo (C) 


Renwick S McNiece, consul general 


FSO-3 




Donald Almon Bullard, public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 

FSS-8 






FSR-6 






FSS-11 




Walter Galling, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Charles W. Anderson, vice consul 


FSS-U 


Turin (C) 


Richard B. Haven, consul 


FSO-3 




Richard M. Tynan, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Walter M. Masters, vice consul 


FSS-U 


For officers on duty in special 
offices at Rome and Leg- 
horn, see p. 61. 

JAPAN 

For officers on duty in special 
offices at Tokyo and Yoko- 
hama, see p. 61. 

KOREA 

For officers on duty in special 
office at Seoul, see p. 61. 

LATVIA 

Legation at Riga closed. 

LEBANON 
Beirut (L) 


Lowell C. Pinkerton, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Harold B Minor consul 


FSO-1 




FSO-2 




Clayton Lane cml attachfi • 


FSO-3 




Bertel E. Kuniholm, first secretary; consul 

Walter P McConaughv cml attach^ 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 




Ralph B. Curren, attache a 


FSR-3 



Assigned also to Damascus. 
' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



37 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


LEBANON— Continued 








Beirut (L) 


Robert F. Ogden, public-affairs officer 


tNov. 13,1946 


FSR-4 




John B. Faust, second secretary; consul 


Apr. 15,1947 


FSO-4 




Harlan B. Clark, consul 


June 16.1947 
Nov. 13, 1946 


FSO-4 




William Langdon Sands, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
James R. Carter, public-affairs officer 


FSO-4 




{Nov. 13. 1946 


FSR-S 




Tom J. McFadden, press officer 


{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Herbert P. Brewster, third secretary; vice consul. . 


July 24,1946 


FSO-5 




Donald C. Bergus, third secretary; vice consul 


Nov. 13, 1946 


FSO-5 




Margaret McDonald, asst. cultural officer 


Apr. 22,1947 


FSR-6 




Curtis F. Jones, third secretary; vice consul 


July 18,1946 


FRO-6 




Ben Franklin Brannon, vice consul 


July 16,1946 
Mar. 28, 1947 


FSS-11 


(MA& NA) 


Col. William H. Quarterman, military attach^.... 
Lt. Comdr. Randall D. Warden, naval attache 






May 23, 1946 






and naval attache for air.' 








Lt. Col. Robert C. Brown, military air attache •_. 


Dec. 5, 1946 






MaJ. Stephen J. Meade, asst. military attache 


June 17,1946 




LIBERIA 








Monrovia (L) 


Raphael O'Hara Lanier, appointed envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary. 


Feb. 13,1946 










Oscar W. Meier, chief of mission for econ. affairs.. 


Nov. 5, 1946 


FSS-1 




Paul F. Keim, civil engineer consultant for mis- 


Jan. 29,1947 


FSS-1 




sion for econ. affairs. 








Frank J. Finder, head agricultural production 


{Nov. 13, 1946 


FSS-2 




specialist for mission for econ. affairs. 








Claude Marcus Cannon, business manager for 


July 1, 1946 


FSS-4 




mission for econ. affairs. 








William Edward Reed, agricultural production 


Jan. 25,1947 


FSS-6 




specialist for mission for econ. affairs. 








Wallace Van Jackson, public-affairs officer _. 


Apr. 16,1947 


FSR-5 




Rupert A. Lloyd, third secretary: vice consul 


tDec. 29,1945 


FSO-5 




Lamar Edward Fort, agricultural production 


Feb. 9,1947 


FSS-8 




specialist. 








Albert Armistead Witcher, vice consul.. 


Feb. 22,1947 


FSS-11 


LIECHTENSTEIN 






Vaduz (CG)» _ 


Austin R. Preston, consul general ' 


June 2, 1947 


FSO'2 


LITHUANIA 




Legation at Kaunas closed. 








LUXEMBOUBG 








Luxembourg (L) 


Admiral Alan G. Kirk, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. < 


Feb. 1, 1946 










Raymond C. Miller, econ. counselor". 


June 26,1945 


FSR-2 




George P. Waller, first secretary; consul' 


Sept. 9,1944 


FSO-3 




Ezra Clark Stillman, public-affairs officer* 


truly 1, 1946 


FSR-3 



' Assigned also to Damascus. 

' No office maintained at Vaduz. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Ziirich. 

* Accredited also to Belgium. 

» Assigned also to and resident in Brussels. 

' Assigned also to Brussels, resident in Luxembourg. 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


LUXEMBOURG-Con. 

Luxembourg (L) — Con. 


Howard B. Railev, civil air attach^ i 


Jan. 2. 1045 
Dec. 14, 1945 
July 14,1945 

Dec. 10,1946 
Nov. 27, 1945 
Apr. 15.1946 
May 6,1946 

Jan. 10,1947 

May 4, 1946 

Apr. 4, 1945 
Aug. 14,1945 

June 20,1945 
{Aug. 23, 1943 
Jan. 22,1945 
June 29,1946 
July 17.1946 
Apr. 15.1947 
Feb. 28.1947 
Mar. 24, 1947 
tJune 1, 194.-i 
Nov. 18. 1946 
Nov. 12.1946 
Feb. 20.1947 
Oct 2(1. 1941 
tAug. 21, 1944 
June 12, 1947 
Apr 23. 1943 
Apr. 1.1947 
Mar. 5.1942 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 1.194.=> 
June 12.1947 
{Feb. 10. 1946 
JJan. 31.1947 
Mar. 14, 1947 
}Mar. 12.1947 
Jan. 20. 1946 
July 30.1946 
JJan. 31.19^7 
:Feb. 10. 1946 
Nov. 22. 1942 
Apr. 16. 1943 
Feb. 28.1947 
Mar. 12. 1947 
Mar. 31. 1947 
May 20,1947 
tOct. 4 1929 
tOct. 7, 1946 
Jan. 19,1946 


FSR-4 




Richard E. Funkhouser. asst. petroleum attache ». 
J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul 


FSR-5 
FSS-10 


(MA) 


Col. Clare H. Armstrong, military attach6_ 

Lt. Col. Malcolm A. Moore, military air attache.. 
Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 
Lt. Col. Ridgeway P. Smith, Jr., asst. military 

attache. 
Maj. John C. Parker, asst. military attache 

Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 




MEXICO 

Mexico, D. F. (E) 


FSO-CM 




FSO-1 




Merwin L. Bohan, counselor of embassy for econ. 
affairs. 

S. Walter Washington, first secretary, consul 

Maurice L. Stafford, consul general; first st-cretary 
Jacob Barnard Oibbs, agricultural attache 


FSO-1 

FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 

rso-3 




Dorsey Oassaway Ffsher, flrsi secretary; consul... 

John Davies, Jr., first secretary; consul.. 

William n Dovle, attache 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSS-2 




William Pulaski Hughes, attache; admin, officer. . 
Lew B Clark cml attache 


FSS-2 
FSR-3 






FSR-1 






FSR-4 






FSR-4 






FSS-5 




Forrest K. Oeerken. second secretary; consul. 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 




Horace Harper Rraun. ecou. analyst 


FSS-6 
FSS-5 




Albert E. Pappano, second secretary; vice consul.. 
Dixon Donnellev, press officer 


FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Minedee McLean, second secretary; vice consul... 
Coldwell S Johnston, consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 




Marvin A. Derrick, admin. nfDcer 

James C Powell Jr consul 


FSS-7 
FSS-8 




Manuel J Codoner, vice consul 

J. Paxton Haddow, asst. public-affairs officer 

Don Stoops, assi. agricultural attache 

Juan de Zengotita, spcond secretary: vice consul. 
Robert L. Hunter, consul 

John Wallace Hill, admin asst 


FSS-8 
FSR-6 
FSR-5 
FSO-5 
FSS 8 
FSS-9 






FSS-9 




Philip D. Sumner, vice consul 


FSS-9 
FSS-9 






FS.=!-8 






FSS-8 






FSS-8 




W. John Wihon. Jr.. vice consul 

William L. Brewster, third secretary; vice consul 
Dwight Dickin.<^on. third secretary; vice consul 


FSS-10 
FSO-C 
FSO-6 



Assigned also to Brussels and Paris; resident in Paris. 
< Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, and Paris; resident in Paris. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



39 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


MEXI co-Continued 

Mexico. D. F. (E)-Con 


John N. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 


Dec. 3,1946 
Feb. 28,1947 
June 5, 1947 
July 12,1946 
tJan. 24,1945 
July 29,1946 
lApr. 21,1947 
|Aug. 1, 1944 
Jan. 5, 1946 
June 23,1946 
Apr. 24,1947 

{Nov. 1,1946 

Mar. 18, 1946 

Apr. 11,1946 
Apr. 22,1946 
Jime 5,1946 
June 13, 1947 

Mar. 7,1946 

May 2, 1947 

Feb. 1, 1943 
JJan. 31.1947 
May 22,1947 
Sept. 4,1945 
June 6, 1942 

Mar. 26, 1947 

Um. 31,1947 
Dec. 21,1942 
July 27,1945 
May 6, 1947 
June 15,1944 
May 20,1947 

JFeb. 24,1947 
May 1, 1946 
Feb. 20,1946 
June 4, 1947 
Apr. 16.1946 
Feb. 16,1945 

tJan. 31,1947 
Mar. 5,1947 
Jan. 24,1946 

tJune 14,1944 
Sept. 14, 1946 
June 12,1947 
Feb. 20, 1946 
Dec. 11,1946 
Feb. 20,1946 
July 27,1945 

IJan. 31,1947 

JMay 8,1946 
Aug. 22, 1946 

tMar. 4,1947 
Nov. 9,1945 
Feb. 15,1946 


FSO-6 
FSS-9 




Harry O Jacobson vice consul 


FSS-9 




Frederick D. Sharp, 3d, third secretary; vice consul . 


FSO-6 

FSS-11 




Richard M. Hughes, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Taylor O. Belcher, third secretary; vice consul 

Ana M Gomez jr econ analyst 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 




Mildred A Johnson, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Robert L Shields vice consul 


FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 

Agua Prieta, Sonera (C) 


Robert C. Wysong, third secretary; vice consul . ._ 

Brig. Gen. James W. Spry, military attach^ and 

military air attachS. 
Capt. Albert E. Jarrell, naval attache and naval 

attach^ for air. 
Lt. Col. Thomas J. Riggs,Jr., asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. Maurice C.Holden, asst. military attachg_ 
Lt. Col. J. G. Duncan, 3d, asst. military attache. 
Capt. Andrew Hedesh, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Leslie E. Qeer, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Col. George P. Champion, asst. military air attache 


FSO-6 
FSO-4 




FSS-8 


Chihuahua, Chihuahua (C) . 


Henry T Unverzagt, vice consul 


rss-8 


Charley L Rioe vice consul 


FSS-11 




Stephen E Aguirre consul 


FSO-4 


(C). 




FSO-6 






FSS-9 




J D Lambeth, vice consul 


FSS-11 




Lionel S Mordecai vice consul 


FSS-11 




Ernest B Gutierre? vice consul 


FSS-11 


Guadab jura. Jalisco (C) 




FSO-4 




FSO-4 






FSO-6 




Walter E Kneeland, vice consul 


FSS-11 


Ouaymas, Sonora (C) 

Matamoros, Tamaulipas (C) 


Edward C Webster, Jr , vice consul 


FSS-9 


H Claremont Moses, consul 


FSS-8 


Givon M Parsons vice consul 


FSS-U 






FSS-9 


M6rida, Yucatan (C).., 




FSS-8 




FSO-6 


Mexican. Baja California (C)_ 
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (C). 


William A. Smale, consul... 

Howard L. Walker, Jr., vie. consul 

James P Moffitt consul general 


FSO-3 
FSS-11 
FSO-3 




FSO-4 






FSS-9 






FSO-6 






FSS-11 






FSS-ll 


Nogales Sonora (C) 


Ben Zweis, consul 


FSS-8 




Antonio Certosimo, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Frank C Niccoll, vice consul 


FSS-11 


Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 
(C). 


V Harwood Blocker consul 


FSO-5 


Gerald G Jones vice consul 


FSS-8 


Abraham Vigil, vice consul 


FSS-10 



40 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



MEXICO— Continued 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila (C). 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas (C). . . 

San Luis PotosI, San Luis 

PotosI (0). 
Tampico, Tamaulipas (C)... 

Tijuana, Baja California (C). 



Torreon, Coahuila (C).. 
Veracruz, Veracruz (C). 



MOROCCO 

Tangier (Tanger) (L). 



Casablanca (CG). 
Rabat (C) 



NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS 



(Netherlands) 



The Hague ('s Gravenhage) 
(E). 



Earl Wilbert Eaton, consul 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul. 

Henry Q. Krausse, consul 

Weston A. Hall, vice consul.. , 

F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul... 

Elias O. Garza, vice consul 

Harold B. Quarton, consul general.. 
Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., consul.. 

Francis C. Jordan, consul 

Henry T. Dwyer, consul 

Willys A. Myers, vice consul 

Leonard E. Thompson, vice consul. 

Stanley G. Slavens, consul 

John G. Oliver, vice consul 

Warren C. Stewart, consul 

Ernesto S. Guaderrama, vice consul 



--_ diplomatic agent; consul general 

John Goodyear, second secretary; consul 

A. David Fritzlan, second secretary; vice consul... 

Robert O. Caldwell, Jr., attache 

Albert W. Sherer, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 
Robert W. Stookey, third secretary; vice consul... 
Curtis C. Strong, public-affairs officer 



Baruch, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Philip W. Bonsai, first secretary 

Jesse F. Van Wickel, cml. attach^ 

Edward C. Wilkinson, attachfe; sr. econ. analyst.. 

Livingston Satterthwaite, civil air attachfe ' 

William H. Riddell, agricultural attache 

Kenneth Charles Beede, sr. econ. analyst 

George W. Renchard, second secretary; consul 

Coulter D. Huyler, Jr., information officer 



tJan. 


31 


1947 


Nov. 


7 


1929 


tJan. 


31 


1947 


June 


14 


1946 


June 


29 


1946 


July 


23 


1945 


May 


1 


1946 


tJan. 


31 


1947 


Nov. 


2 


1945 


May 


19, 1947 


May 


6 


1944 


Dec. 


n 


1946 


Aug. 


21 


1943 


May 28 


1942 


June 


3 


1947 


tOct. 


28 


1946 



Col. Marion Carson, military attache 

Comdr. Howard A. White, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Capt. John P. Bedford, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Jules G. Kiplinger, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Theodore K. Jelen, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul general 

Howard Elting, Jr., consul. 

Thomas D. McKieman, vice consul 

Maurice Pasquet, consul 

Robert Olaf Waring, vice consul 



Aug. 8, 1944 
Nov. 11,1943 
Jan. 10,1947 
July 18,1946 
Nov. 1,1946 
{Nov. 13, 1946 

July 23,1946 
{Mar. 28, 1947 

tJan. 21,1947 
June 19,1946 
Mar. 27,1947 



tDec. 22,1944 
Aug. 22, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Oct. 11,1943 
Apr. 17,1945 



Mar. 13, 1947 

Apr. 4, 1947 
tOct. 9, 1944 
tJuly 11,1945 
Aug. 15,1944 
tMay 3,1945 
Nov. 2,1945 
June 8, 1945 
Sept. 22, 1946 



Assigned also tx) London and Dublin; resident in London. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



41 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


NETHERLANDS AND 
POS^sESSIONS— Con. 

(Netherlands)— Con. 

The Hague ('s Gravenhage) 
(E)-Con. 

(MA & NA) 




tNov. 13. 1946 
tMay 29, 1945 
Oct. 22,1946 

Mar. 24, 1915 
Mar. 14, 1946 

Dec. 24,1946 
Apr. 15,1946 
May 9,1946 
Mar. 21, 1946 
Jan. 16,1946 

tDec. 29.1944 
Sept. 19, 1945 
Aug. 22, 1945 
July 19, 1946 
Aug. 23, 1946 
Nov. 14, 1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tNov. 15, 1946 
Oct. 6, 1945 
Mar. 5,1946 
June 26,1945 
Dec. 29,1945 
Aug. 9,1945 
Oct. 22,1946 
Jan. 31,1946 

June 18,1945 
Oct. 12,1945 
Dec. 29.1945 
Mar. 25, 1947 
Apr. 29,1947 

tNov. 13. 1946 
Jan. 14. 1946 
Feb. 20,1946 
Dec. 2, 1946 

tJune 8,1945 
May 3,1945 
May 20, 1947 
May 12,1947 
May 3, 1946 
Jan. 18, 1946 
Sept 13,1941 

Oct. 27,1945 

May 2.1945 
July 30,1946 


FSR-5 


Harold S. Beyerly, admin. oflBcer 


FSS-8 


William Dale Fisher, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Col. Frank M. S. Johnson, military attach^ 

Capt. Parke B. Brady, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Everett H. Ware, military air attach^ 

Col. Graydon C. Essman, asst. military attache... 

Col. Robert L. Miller, asst. military attache 

Maj. Tom M. Carruth, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Peter H. Jackson, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 


FSO-6 




FSO-2 






FSO-3 






FSO-5 




Thomas W. McElhiney, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Mary S Olmsted, vice consul 


FSO-6 




Robert \ Stein, vice consul' admin, asst 


FSS-11 






FSO-6 






FSS-10 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 




Erman R. McKelvey, vice consul; econ. analyst. - 
Thomas A. Goldman, vice consul 


FSS-8 
FSO-6 




Charles Gilbert, vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSO-6 






FSS-U 


(Possessions) 

Batavla, Java, Netherlands 


Walter A Foote, consul general 


FSO-1 


Indies (CO) 


John B Ketcham consul 


FSO-2 






FSO-3 






FSS-5 






FSR-4 






FSR-6 




Charles Wolf, Jr., vice consul 


FSS-12 




Albert C Cizauskas, vice consul 


FSS-U 




C H Walter Howe, vice consul 


FSO-6 


Curacao, West Indies (CO).. 




FSO-3 






FSS-U 




David L. Gilsinn, vice consul 


FSS-U 


Aruba (VC) 


F.fiwarrl R, Benp.t, r-onsnl 


FSS-8 




John W. Anriprson, view cnnsiil 


FSS-U 


Paramaribo, Surinam (C) 


Dale B Maher vice consul 


FSS-U 






FSS-U 


NEW ZEALAND 

Wellington (L) 


Avra M. Warren, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
Osbom S Watson, cml attache 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 




John S. Service, first secretary; consul. 


FSO-3 



42 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JULY 1, 194 7 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


NEW ZEALAND-Con. 

Wellington (D-Continued 


Roswell C. Beverstock, second secretary; consul _. 


Jan. 3, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 29.1945 
Oct. 31, 1945 
Apr. 10. 1945 
Mar. 29, 1946 

May 18, 1946 
Sept. 26, 1946 

Jan. 17, 1947 

Mar. 31, 1928 
Apr. 6.1920 
June 19. 1946 
Apr. 9, 1945 


FSO-4 
FSR-5 




Marshall Green, third secretary; vice consul 

Donald L. Woolf, vice consul; econ. analyst 


FSO-5 
FSS-10 
FSS-11 




Herbert W. Lyda, vice consul 


Fss-n 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Forrest E. Cookson, military attache, _ 

Comdr. Morgan Slayton, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Orin H. Rigley, Jr., military air attache... 




Chrlstchurch (CA) 




Dunedin (CA) 






Auckland (C) 




FSO-4 






FSS-11 


NICARAGUA 

Managua (E). .. 


, ambassador extraordinary and 






plenipotentiary. 
Theodore J. Grant, agricultural attache ' 


July 16. 1945 
June 7. 1945 
Apr. 3, 1947 
Oct. 2. 1946 
tJan. 31.1947 
Mar. 20. 1947 
July 19. 1946 
Oct. 17,1945 

JMay 1. 1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 

Sept. 30, 1946 

Nov. 27, 1946 

{Sept. 13, 1929 

June 6, 1946 

{May 7,1946 
May 31,1946 
Oct. 2, 1946 
July 1. 1946 
July 1,1946 

tNov. 13. 1946 
June 21,1946 
May 21,1945 
Aug. 12.1946 
May 27,1947 
Jan. 10,1947 


FSS-4 




Barrv T. Benson, cml. attache 


FSO-4 






FSO-4 




Jacob Canter, publio-alTairs oflScer 


FSR-4 






FSS-8 






FSS 8 




Edward W. Holmes, third secretary; vice consul.- 


FSO-6 
FSS-11 


(MA& NA) 


Lt. Col. Harry H. Towler, Jr., military attache. .. 
Col. Arthur F. Binney, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Harold Edward M. Thompson, asst. 

naval attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Willis Franklin Lewis, asst. military air 

attache. 




Matagalpa (CA) 




NORWAY 

Oslo (E)..__ 


Charles U. Bay, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Cloyce K. Huston, counselor of embassy 






FSO-2 




Charles F. Baldwin, cml. attache. 

William K. Ailshie, second secretary; consul 

Abner K. Chcstem, agricultural adviser 

Theodore B. Olson, public-affairs officer 

William G. Roll, information officer 

Kennett F. Potter, second secretary; consul.. 

Leon L. Cowles, second secretary; consul.. 

Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., second secretary; vice consul.. 


FSR-3 
FSO-3 
FSS-4 
FSR-4 
rSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 




Robert N. Dahlgren, attache 


FSS 6 



I Assigned also to Panamfi and San Jos6; resident in San Jos6. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



43 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
signment 



Category and 
class 



NORWAY— Continued 

Oslo fE)— Continued 



(MA&NA). 



Consular office at Bergen not 
functioning. 



PALESTINE AND 
TRANSJORDAN 



J.TusHlem (CO). 



De Witt Clinton, vice consul 

Alfred P. Dennis, vice consul 

John n. Clagett, third secretary; vice consul 

Mary Vance Trent, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Arnlioth O. Heltberg, vice consul 

L. Milner Dunn, third secretary; vice consul 

Anvor B. Svestad, librarian 

Arvid G. Holm, vice consul 

Col. Kai E. Rasmussen, military attache 

Capt. Alf O. R. Bergesen, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj Lester J. Johnsen. military air attache 

Lt. Col. Arthur H. Lahlum, asst. military attache. 
Comdr. William B Porter. Jr., asst. naval attache 

aud asst. naval attaclie for air. 



Robert B. Macatoe. consul general. 

Aubrey E. Lippiucott, consul 

William J. Porter, vice consul . 

Randolph Roberts, vice consul 

Jeanette Pond, admin, asst 

Philip G. Cottpll, vice consul 

Wells Stabler, vice consul _. 

Edward W. Blatchford, vice consul 



(NA) 

Almirante (CA).. 

Puerto Armuelles (CA) 
Colon (C) 



Feb. 


14, 1947 


FSS-9 


tFeb. 


18, 1947 


FSO-5 


Sept. 


30, 1946 


FSO-6 


Jan. 


28. 1947 


FSO-6 


July 


18, 1945 


FSS-10 


JNov. 


4, 1946 


FSO-6 


JNov 


13. 1946 


Fss-n 


Dec. 


16, 1946 


FSS-ll 


Sept. 


26, 1946 




Oct. 


5,1945 




tJune 


18,1945 




Mar. 


25. 1946 




Feb. 


7, 1947 





Sept 


13.1946 


FSO-1 


Oct 


30. 1946 


FSO-4 


Sept 


19. 1946 


FSS-9 


Jan. 


13. 1947 


FSO-5 


Feb. 


13. 1947 


FSS-9 


Oct 


25, 1945 


FSS-10 


tMav 


28. 1947 


FSO-6 


tDec. 


29, 1930 


FSS-Il 



irnft (E) Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines, ambassador extraor- 
dinary and pleiupotontiary. 

Archie W. Childs, cnil. attache 

Carlos C. Hall, first secretary 

Theodore J. Grant, agricultural attache ' 

Reginald Bragonier, Jr.. second secretary; consul. 

GaU Murphy, cnil. attache 

Benjamin H. Vandervoort. attache 

Henry L. Pitts, Jr., third secretary; vice consul... 

Edward W. Clark, third secretary; vice consul 

Vincent T. McKenna. third secretary; vice consul 

Glenn O. Perry, vice consul; disbursing officer 

Dwight E. Scarbrough, vice consul 

Oscar H. Guerra, vice consul 

Frederick Albert Durling, econ. analyst. 

Lt. Kenneth N. Watson, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Harry R. Lewis, consular agent. 

Lewis B. Tolman, consular agent.. 

Robert Q. Bailey, vice consul.. 

Louis H. DeArmas, vice consul 

Assigned also to Managua and San Jos6; resident in San Jose. 



Sept 


14, 1945 




Apr. 


15, 1947 


FSO-3 


Apr. 


15, 1947 


FSO-3 


July 


16. 1945 


FSS-4 


Feb. 


21. 1946 


FSO-4 


tFeb. 


10.1946 


FSS-5 


Mar 


12. 1947 


FSS-8 


Oct. 


15. 1943 


FSO-5 


June 


26. 1946 


FSO-6 


Oct. 


22. 1946 


FSO-6 


Jan. 


13.1947 


FSS-10 


tJune 


17. 1947 


FSS-ll 


Mar 


22. 1946 


FSS-ll 


JJan. 


31. 1947 


FSS-12 



Apr. 25, 1945 



May 29,1943 

May 29.1943 

|Apr. 26,1947 

Jan. 5, 1946 



FSO- 

FSS-: 



44 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


PAEAGUAT 


Fletcher Warren, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

Edward Q. Trueblood, first secretary; consul 

Ellis Munson Goodwin, cml. attachfi 


Apr. 10,1947 

Feb. 7, 1947 
Sept. 14, 1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 16,1947 
May 11,1947 
Feb. 25,1946 
May 8, 1947 
Sept. 30, 1946 

tOct. 12,1945 

May 9,1945 
Dec. 13,1946 

May 2,1946 

Apr. 7, 1947 
Mar. 29, 1946 
May 16,1945 

tJan. 22,1946 
June 21,1944 
July 1, 1946 
May 21,1947 

tApr. 20,1947 
Nov. 19, 1945 

tJune 29,1947 
Apr. 24,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 
Nov. 14, 1945 
Feb. 20,1946 
Apr. 1, 1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tDec. 7, 1945 
tJune 17,1946 
Oct. 14,1944 
Mar. 23, 1947 

Mar. 8,1946 
Feb. 19,1947 

May 11,1946 
Nov. 7,1945 
Mar. 27, 1947 

July 1, 1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Apr. 6, 1931 
June 27,1934 
Nov. 28, 1945 


FSO CM 




FSO-3 

FSS-4 




John M Vebber, information officer 


FSR-4 




Almon D Collins, attachfi 


FSS-6 






FSS-7 




David L. Gamon, tliird secretary; vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 




Robert W. Moore, third secretary; vice consul 

James C. Quick, vice consul 


FSO-6 

FSS-U 


(MA) 


Lt. Col. Harold J. Pearson, military attache 

Maj. Samuel J. Skousen, military air attach^. 

Prentice Cooper, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Ralph H. Ackerman, counselor of embassy 

Richard M. de Lambert, first secretary; consul 

Carrel B Larson, minerals attach^ ' 




PERU 
Lima (E) 






FSO-1 
FSO-3 

FSS-4 




John J naggerty, agricultural attach^ 


FSR-4 




Olaf Francis Sundt, petroleum attach^ ' 


FSS-3 




Thomas A. Dozier, public-affairs officer 


FSR-4 

FSS-4 




Thomas S. Campen, cml. attach^ 


FSO-4 

FSS-6 






FSO-4 




D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, asst. public-affairs 

officer. 
Hobart A Spalding, attache 


FSR-4 
FSS-6 




Leslie W. Johnson, second secretary; consul 

James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul. 
Robert Q Harper vice consul 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-8 




Albert A Oiesecke civil attache 


FSS-9 




Maurice J. Droderick, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSS-ll 






FSS-11 






FSS-ll 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Joseph H. O'Malley, military attache 

Lt. Col. Austin C. Shofner, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Charles M. Walton, Jr., military air 

attache 








Arequipa (CA) 


Capt. Lewis W. Raber, asst. military attache 

Lt. Kenneth D. Smith, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Jack Dwyre, consular agent 




Iquitos (CA) 


Louis O Gallardy, consular agent 




La Oroya (CA) 


Norman Duncan, consular agent 




Mollendo (CA) 


Felipe Ferrer M , consular agent 




Salaverry (CA) 


Albert Ivan Begss, consular agent 





Assigned also to BogotS, La Paz, and Santiago. 
' Assigned also to La Paz, Quito, and Santiago. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



45 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 

class 


PHILIPPINES, 
REPUBLIC OF THE 

Manila (E) 


Emmet O'Neal, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

Nathaniel P. Davis, counselor of embassy «... 

J Bartlett Richards cml attache 


June 10,1947 

JJuly 4, 1946 
tJuly 8, 1946 
Oct. 1, 1946 
Jan. 30,1947 
Aug. 22, 1946 
Feb. 27,1947 
Apr. 21,1947 
July 31,1946 
Jan. 14,1947 
{July 5, 1946 
tJune 4,1947 
Feb. 17,1947 
July 1, 1946 
Mar. 31. 1947 
Mar. 30, 1947 
tJune 26,1947 
Nov. 4,1946 

Mar. 17, 1947 

tJune 15,1947 
Dec. 2, 1946 

July 15,1946 
Nov. 14, 1946 

May 12,1947 

Oct. 1, 1946 
Aug. 22,1946 
Feb. 27,1947 
tJuly 5, 1946 
Nov. 2,1945 
June 16,1947 
Nov. 4,1946 

Mar. 17, 1947 

June 18,1947 
Dec. 2,1946 
Feb. 16,1945 

May 15,1947 

Mar. 12, 1947 

Apr. 11,1947 
Apr. 1, 1947 
Dec. 20,1946 
Jan. 18,1946 
May 24, 1945 






FSO-1 
FSO-2 




Fayette J Flexer first secretary (consul) 


FSO-2 






FSR-2 






FSO-3 






FSO-3 






FSO-3 




Francis O Jarvis civil air attach6 ' 


FSR-4 




Willard Anderson Hanna, cultural officer 


FSR^ 




W. Garland Richardson, second secretary (consul) _ 


FSO-4 ■ 
FSO-4 




Joseph A. Robinson, asst. public-aflairs officer 


FSR-4 
FSS-6 




Joseph F Walker consul 


FSS-8 




Harold Leland Goodwin press officer 


FSS-7 




Hubert Maness asst attachfi 


FSS-10 


(MA & NA)... 


Charles P. McVicker, Jr., third secretary (vice 

consul). 
James H. McFarland, Jr., third secretary (vice 

consul). 

H oward W. Stroup, disbursing officer 

Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., third secretary (vice consul). 

Col. Robert H. Kreuter, military attache 

Capt. Thomas F. Cullen, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Col. Glenn C. Thompson, military air attache 


FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-9 
FSO-6 


(CG) 


FSO-2 




Robert Y Brown consul (first secretary) 


FSO-3 






FSO-3 




W. Garland Richardson, consul (second secretary) 


FSO-4 

FSS-8 




Temple Wanamaker, vice consul 

Charles P. McVicker. Jr., vice consul (third secre- 
tary). 

James H. McFarland, Jr., vice consul (third secre- 
tary). 


FSO-5 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-9 




Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., vice consul (third secretary) 
Paul J Haldeman, vice consul 


FSO-6 

FSS-12 


POLAND 

Warsaw (Warszawa) (E) 


Stanton GriSis, appointed ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 

Thomas H. Lockett, counselor of embassy for econ. 
affairs. 

Edward S. Crocker, 2d, counselor of embassy 






FSO-1 

FSO-2 
FSO-2 




Walter Kelly Schvvinn, public-aflairs officer 

George D. Andrews, first secretary; consul 

Edwin Russell Raymond, agricultural attache 


FSR-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-4 



' With the personal rank of minister. 

' Assigned also to Nanking and Shanghai; resident in Shanghai. 



755699—47- 



46 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


POLAND-Contlnued 








Warsaw (Warszawa) (E)— 








Continued 


Ludwik Pztolcman, epon. analyst 


Aug. 21,1945 


FSS-4 




Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul.. . 


June 26. 1946 


FSO-4 




M. Williams Blake, second secretary; consul 


July 30,1946 


FSO-4 




Steven D. Zagorski, admin, asst 


Aug. 19,1945 


FSS-6 




Henry C. Ramsey, asst. cml. attach^ 


Apr. 9, 1947 


FSO-4 




Casimir T. Zawadzki, consul 


Mar. 28, 1947 


FSS-8 




Justie E. Gist, vice consul 


Mar. 27, 1945 


FSS-8 




Chester H. Opal, information officer 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Seaborn Parks Foster, asst. attache 


May 22, 1947 


FSS-7 




Thomas P. Dillon, second secretary; vice consul . . . 


Feb. 2, 1945 


FSO-5 




Findley Burns, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 


Jan. 4, 1947 


FSO-5 




George T. Lister, third secretary; vice consul 


Feb. 25,1946 


FSO-5 




Malcolm Toon, third secretary: vice consul 


July 30,1946 


FSO-6 




Everett M. Buckingham, vice consul 


tJune 11,1946 


FSS-10 




E. Jan Nadelman, third secretary; vice consul 


June 26,1946 


FSO-6 




Robert A. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 11,1946 


FSO-6 




Thaddcus H. Chylinski, vice cousul 


Aug. 11, 1945 


FSS-11 




Everett Cof, vice consul- 


Nov. 8, 1945 


FSS-11 




Eugene H. Van Dee, acting information officer 


tNov. 13. 1946 


FSS-11 




James A. Kiederjohn, vice consul.. 


Mar. 6,1947 


FSS-11 




Edward A. Synians, vice consul 


Mar. 25, 1947 


FSS-11 




John S. Chapin, vice consul 


June 3,1947 


FSS-11 




Arthur Cecil Lillig, vice consul 


May 17,1947 


FSS-11 


(MA & KA) 


Col. Thomas J. Betts, military attache 


Nov. 8, 1946 






Lt. Comdr. Michael Elin, naval attache and naval 


Jan. 6, 1947 






attache for air. 








Col. Archibald J. Hanna, military air attache 


Dec. 14,1946 






Lt. Col. Frank S. Jessie, asst. military attache... 


Dec. 4,1945 






Capt. Paul Chmar, asst. military attache. 


Nov. 12, 1946 






Capt. Freeman W. Bowley, Jr., asst. military air 


Aug. 10,1946 






attache. 






Gdansk (Danzig) (C) 


Parker W. Buhrman. consul general 


Feb. 27. 1947 


FSO-2 




Howard A. Bowman, consul 


Nov. 13. 1946 


FSO-4 


I'oziian (VC) 


Casimir Anthony Kenswick, public-affairs officer 


May 8, 1947 


FSR-4 


PORTUGAL AND 








POSSESSIONS 








(Portugal) 








Lisbon (Lisboa) (E) 


John C. Wiley, appointed ambassador extraordi- 


Apr. 10,1947 


FSO-CM 




nary and plenipotentiary. 








J. Webb Benton, counselor of embassy 


Apr. 11,1947 


FSO-2 




David S. Green, cml. attache 


Apr. 16,1947 
May 16,1947 


FSR-4 




Furniss Le Roy Paruell, attache 


FSS-3 




Theodore A. Xanthaky, special asst.; attache 


Mar. 7.1945 


FSS-4 




J. Daniel Uanley, attache; sr. econ. analyst 


tApr. 10,1945 


FSS-5 




Elizabeth Humes, second secretary; consul 


July 1, 1942 


FSO-4 




Lawrence S. Armstrong, second secretary, consul 


July 6,1945 


FSO-4 




Joseph S. Piazza, public-affairs officer.- 


tNov. 13.1946 


FSR-4 




.lay ""astilln, informntion officer. 


:Nov. 13. 1946 


FSR-4 




Herman R. Kasper, econ. analyst 


Oct. 31, 1944 


FSS-7 




William Barnes, second secretary; vice consul 


Nov. 1. 1945 


FSO-5 




Rudolph E. Gomez, attache.... 


IJan. 15,1947 


FSS-7 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



47 



Name and title 



Date of as- 
siga'nent 



PORTUGAL AND 
PO.- SESSIONS— Con. 



(PortiiKal) — Con. 



Lisbon (Lisboa) (E)— Con 



(MA &NA). 



Funchal, Madeira (C) 

Oporto (Porto) (C) 

Ponta Delgada, S3o Miguel 
(St. Michael), Azores (C). 



(Possessions) > 

I.ourengo Marques, Mo- 
zambique, Africa (CO). 
Luanda, Angola, Africa (C). 



Bucharest ( United States 
Mission). 



Leo N. Gallary, asst. attache 

Joseph J. Wagner, second secretary; vice consul. 

William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul. 

Alvin E. Bandy, vice consul 

William P. Shockley, Jr., vice consul 

John Belfort Keogh. vice consul 

William E. Price, vice consul 

Worthington E. Hagerman, vice consul 



Col. Francis B. Kane, military attache 

Comdr. Walter F. McLallen, Jr., naval attach^ 
and naval attach^ for air. 

Col. Gene H. Tibbets, military air attach^. 

Maj. Clarence T. Adams, asst. military attach6._. 

Foster H. Kreis. vice consul 

Jay Walker, consul 

Clifton R. Wharton, consul. 

William C. George, vice consul 



Curtis C. Jordan, consul general. 
Leland C. Altaffer, vice consul... 

Samuel G. Ebling, consul 

Robert E. Riordan, vice consul.. 



Joel C. Hudson, cml. attach^. 

Francis Deak. civil air attache ' 

Henry P. Leverich, Foreign Service officer 

Frank R. Shea, public-afTairs officer 

C. Montagu Pigott, Foreign Service officer 

Robert G. Cleveland, Foreign Service officer. 

Donald Carl Dunham, public-affairs officer 

Denzil Le Roy Page, attache 

Robert D. Shea, attache. 

George McDonald, information officer 

C Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., second secretary; vice 
consul. 

Paul E. Green, asst. attache 

Charles E Hulick, Jr., Foreign Service officer 

Lee E. Metcalf, vice consul 

Thomas M. Judd. vice consul 

James P. Osbourn, vice consul 

Serafin S. Buta, cultural officer 

Thomas Daniel Huff, disbursing officer 



JMay 13,1947 
Jan. 29,1946 
Jan. 23,1947 
Apr. 12,1945 

tMar. 2, 1943 
Oct. 28. 1944 
Feb. 19. 1945 
Nov. 10. 1941 

Jan. 25,1946 
Aug. 27,1945 

Feb. 26. 1946 
May 8,1946 

Mai. 14,1938 
Dec. 11.1946 
JJuly 16. 1945 
Oct. 30,1946 



Sei)t. 14. 1946 
Jan. 29. 1946 
Jan. 27,1947 
Oct. 22,1945 



Apr. 7, 1947 

Dec. 29. 1945 

Jan. 27.1947 

July 1,1946 

Apr. 4, 1947 

Apr. 14,1947 

Feb. 25.1947 

May 19,1947 

Jan. 9, 1947 

INov. 13. 1946 

yuly 11,1946 

May 20, 1947 

Oct. 7, 1944 
tMar. 11, 1946 
tJuly 15.1946 

Apr. 15,1947 
tNov. 13. 1946 

Mar. 24, 1947 



' See Bombay for consular officers who are assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

' Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Budapest, Praha, Sofia, and Vienna; resident in Bern. 



48 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SAUDI ARABIA, 
KINGDOM OF 

Jidda (L) 


J. Kives Cbilds, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary.! 


Apr. 27,1946 

{Nov. 13, 1946 
June 16,1947 
Oct. 31,1946 
Sept. 30. 1946 
Mar. 3,1947 

June 17,1947 
July 18,1946 

JApr. 10,1947 

tApr. 28,1947 
July 1, 1946 
tMar. 12, 1947 
Jan. 27,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
tJune 3, 1946 
tMay 16,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 30,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Mar. 27, 1947 

Apr. 4,1946 

Mar. 4,1946 

May 6,1946 
June 12,1946 


FSO-CM 




FSR-3 




Waldo E. Bailey, second secretary; consul ' 

T. Andrew Qalambos, third secretary; vice consul. 

Rodger P. Davies, third secretary; vice consul 

Roger L. Smith, vice consul; admin, asst 


FSO-4 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 


Dhahran (C) 


Norman C. Stines, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-5 




Francis E. Meloy, Jr., vice consul 


FSO-6 


SIAM 
Bangkok (E) 


Edwin F. Stanton, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

James T. Scott, first secretary 

Teg C. Orondahl, public-affairs officer -.. 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 
FSR-4 






FSO-4 






FSR-4 




Jorges Orgibet, press officer 


FSR-5 




Robert J. Gibbons, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard W. Barry, vice consul ■ 


FSO-6 
FSS-9 






FSS-11 






FSS-U 






FSS-11 






FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Reginald F. C. Vance, military attache and 

military air attache. 
Comdr. Alfred W. Gardes, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Lt. Col. William Law, asst. military attache 

Lt. William H. Hunter, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 




SPAIN 
Madrid (E) 






potentiary. 


Apr. 15,1947 
Oct. 26,1945 

tOct. 17,1946 
May 14, 1946 
Jan. 23,1947 
Apr. 13,1944 
Dec. 17,1945 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 10, 1946 

tJan. 16,1947 
Oct. 18,1945 
May 23,1947 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 22,1944 


FSO-1 






FSO-3 






FSS-2 






FSO-3 






FSR-4 




Glion Curtis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Edward P. Maffitt, second secretary; consul 

Theodore J. Pahle, asst. information officer 

Arthur B. Emmons, 3d, second secretary; consul.. 
Joseph E. Wiedenmayer, asst. agricultural attache. 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 

FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 

FSS-7 






FSS-6 






FSS-7 




Byron E. Blankinship, second secretary; vice 
consul. 


FSO-5 



1 Accredited also to the Yemen. 

' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, New Delhi, i 

' Assigned also to Sana'a, Yemen. 



I Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



49 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


SPAIN— Continued 

Madrid (E)-Continued 




July 13,1942 
May 30. 1944 
JNov. 4, 1946 
JDec. 29, 1945 
Sept. 30, 1946 
July 19,1946 
July 29,1946 
Sept. 30, 1946 
Oct. 24,1944 
July 17,1945 
{Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 10. 1944 
Sept. 18, 1946 

June 2,1947 
Apr. 4, 1944 
May 22, 1946 
Jime 11.1946 
Jan. 10, 1947 
June 12,1947 

June 12,1946 

Mar. 29, 1945 
Nov. 14, 1944 
Jan. 23,1947 

{July 29,1946 
Nov. 29, 194.^ 
June 5, 1944 

tSept. 28. 1945 
July 17,1946 

tNov. 26, 1945 
Sept. 17, 1946 
May 13,1946 
May 27, 1939 
June 5,1947 
Dec. 2, 1944 
Nov. 6,1945 
Nov. 20. 1946 
Feb. 26,1947 

tJan. 13,1947 

Uan. 31,1947 
Feb. 24,1945 

Aug. 1,1946 

Sept. 3.1946 
Apr. 24, 1946 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 27, 1944 
June 26,1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
JMay 2,1947 
Feb. 27,1947 
July 24.1945 


FSS-9 




FSS-9 




Robert E. Wbedbee, third secretary; vice consul.. 

David I. Ferber, third secretary; vice consul 

Clyde W. Snider, third secretary; vice consul 

John Y. Millar, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard R. Wilford, third secretary; vice consul... 
Robert L. Yost, third secretary; vice consul 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-U 






FSS-U 




Robert S. Kieve, information officer 


FSS-U 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Wendell G. Johnson, military attache 

Capt. Burnice L. Rutt, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Col. Joseph A. Miller, mihtary air attache 

Lt. Albert L. Hoffman, asst. military attache 

Maj. Barton G. Lane, Jr., asst. military attache... 
Capt. Warwick B. Stabler, asst. military attache. . 
Capt. Ramon E. Benedetti, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Comdr. John M. Breen, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Maj. Claire A. P. Duffle, asst. military ah- attache. 

Richard Ford, consul general 




Barcelona (CG) 


FSO-2 




Nelson R Park consul 


FSO-3 




Julian P Fromer public-aflairs officer 


FSR-4 






FSO-6 






FSO-6 




Francis B. Moriarty, vice consul 


FSS-10 




Alfred J Pcdersen, vice consul 


FSS-11 


Bilbao (C) 


Andrew B Wardlaw, vice consul 


FSO-5 






FSO-5 






FSS-U 


M&laga (C) 




FSO-3 


Seville (C) 


John N. Hamlin, consul 


FSO-3 




Cyril L. F. Thiel, consul . 


FSO-4 




William D Calderhead vice consul 


FSS-10 


Tenerlfe, Canary Islands (C) 


Thomas H Robinson consul 


FSO-3 


Jceph W Schutz vice consul 


FSS-10 


Valencia (C) 


John H Lord, consul 


FSO-3 




Robert W Weise Jr , vice consul 


FSO-6 


Vigo (C) 


Charles M Gerrity consul 


FSS-8 






FSS-U 


SWEDEN 

Stockholm (L) 


Louis O. Dreyfus, Jr., appointed envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary. 
Eric Englund, agricultural attache ' 


FSO-CM 




FSR-2 




Willard Quincy Stanton, first secretary; consul 

James J Robbins, public-affairs officer 


FSO-3 
FSR-3 




L. Randolph Higgs first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




John A. Birch attache 


FSR-4 




George G Larson information officer 


rSR-4 






FSS-4 






FSS-4 




Francis L. Spalding, second secretary; consul 


FSO-t 



.\sslgned also to Helsinki. 



50 



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Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


SWEDEN— Continued 








Stockholm (L) — Con 


Frederick J. Cunningham, asst. cml. attachfi 


Apr. 1, 1946 


FSO-4 




Dennis A. Fliim, second secretary; consul 


May 8,1947 


FSO^ 




Carl Birkeland, vice consul 


Dec. 7, 1945 


FSS-8 




Harold Carlson, consul 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-8 




Frithjof C. Sigmond, consul 


tJan. 31,1947 


FSS-8 




Lawrence W. von Hellens, consul 


tJan. 31,1947 
Feb. 10,1946 
Sept. 12, 1946 


FSS-8 




Erki i. Kapy, admin, officer 


FSS-9 




Thomas C. Smith, vice consul; special disbursing 


FSS-9 




agent. 








Norman Vere Schute, asst. attach^ 


May 20, 1947 


FSS-8 




John Q. Blodgett, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 6,1946 


FSO-6 




Herman Lindstrom, vice consul 


{Feb. 21,1947 
Dec. 14,1944 


FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Alfred A. Kessler, Jr., military attache 






and military air attach^. 








Capt. William D.Wright, naval attache and naval 


Nov. 27, 1945 






attache for air. 








Col. Leonard M. Johnson, asst. military attache ... 


Jan. 16,1946 






Lt. Col. Stanley W. Connelly, asst. military 


Dec. 31,1945 






attache. 








Lt. Col. John D. Byrne, asst. military attache 


May 22, 1946 






Comdr. Robert A. Winston, asst. naval attache 


Oct. 25,1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Maj. Howard B. Walsh, asst. military air attache. 


June 10,1947 




Gbteborg(Ca) 


Samuel J. Fletcher, consul general _ 


Apr. 22, 1947 


FSO-2 


William W. Corcoran, consul general. 


tDec. 29,1944 


FSO-3 




George A. Berkley, vice consul 


Apr. 21, 1946 


FSS-U 




La Mar D. Mullmer, vice consul 


June 13, 1946 


FSS-11 


SWITZERLAND 






Bern (L) 


Leland Harrison, envoy extraordinary and min- 


July 13,1937 


FSO-CM 




ister plenipotentiary. 








Edwin A. Plitt. counselor of legation... 


Oct. 8, 1945 


FSO-1 




Marcel E. Malige, cm!, attache 


Sept. 19, 1945 


FSO-2 




John H. Madonne, first secretary (consul) 


Aug. 1, 1938 


FSO-2 




Gardner Richardson, first secretary 


Dec. 8, 1941 


FSO-3 




Harry Conover, econ. attache 


tNov. 13, 1946 


FSS-2 




Franc-is Deak, civil air attache i 


June 21,1945 


FSS-2 




Niles W. Bond, second secretary (vice consul) 


Jan. 27,1947 


FSO-3 




Einar Jensen, agricultural attache. 


Aug. 14,1945 


FSS-4 




James S. Kronthal, attache 


Apr. 21,1947 
June 30,1947 


FSS-4 




Nat B. King, attache 


FSO-4 




Mildred B. Allport, public-affairs officer 


{Nov. 13,1946 


FSR-1 




Marshall naseltine. attache 


tMay 2,1947 


FSS-6 




Richard E. Funkhouser, asst. petroleum attache '_ 


Dec. 14,1945 


FSR-5 




Russell H. Barker, information officer 


JNov. 13, 1946 


FSR-5 




Richard Tucker Ewing, asst. attache 


May 22,1947 


FSS-8 




James M. Byrne, third secretary 


Sept. 9,1946 


FSO-6 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Carlisle V. Allan, military attache 


Apr. 4, 1947 






Capt. Francois C. B. Jordan, attache for naval 


Mar. 4,1946 






questions. 








Col. F. Edgar Cheatle, military air attache 


Oct. 12,1944 





• Assigned also to Belgrade, Berlin, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, Sofia, and Vienna. 
' Assigned also to Brussels, Luxembourg, and Paris; resident in Paris. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



51 



Name and title 



Datp of as- 
signment 



SWITZERLAND— Con. 

Bern (L)— Continued 

(MA&NA)— Con 



(c;- 



Basel (C)_.. 
Geneva (C). 



Zurich (CO). 



Damascus (L)_ 



(MA&NA). 



Col. Oraydon C. Essman, asst. military attache _ 
Col. Theodore A. Weyher, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. Davis O. Harrington, asst. military 

attache. 

Maj. John E. Aber, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. William T. Sawyer, asst. attache for 

naval questions. 

John H. Madonne, consul (first secretary). 

Nile,'- W. Bond, vice consul (third secretary) 

Morton Bach, sr. ccon. analyst 

Theodore J. Hadraba, consul 

NathaTi R. Meadows, vice consul 

Maurice F. de Barneville, admin, officer 

Avery B Cohan, econ. analyst 

Joseph R Evans, consul 

Rnswell D. McClellan, econ. analyst 

Buford 0. Rogers, vice consul 



Curtis T. Everett, consul 

John A. Lehrs, vice consul 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul 

Harry L. Troutman, consul 

John N. Hayes, attache -. 

S Rog'T Tyler, ,lr.. consul 

Andrew J, Mathews, vice consul... 
Randolph Dickins, Jr., admin, asst. 

Herman Moss, vice consul 

Warren S. Moore, Jr.. vice consul... 

Charles T. Terry, vice consul 

Austin R. Preston, consul general '. 

Bolard More, consul 

Phil H. Hubbard, consul 

Constance R, Harvey, consul 

Eugene Nabel, consul 

Leonard L. Bacon, econ. analyst 

Hugh H . Teller, consul 

Julius C. Jensen, consul 

Howard E. Roman, vice consul 

Charles Stoppani, vice consul. 



Paul H. Ailing, appointed envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 

Clayton l.anc. cnil. ati.ache ' 

Ral|)h B. Curren, attache 3 

Fritz A. M. Alfsen, asst. cml. attache 

Robert B, Memminger, .second secretary; consul. . 

John R. Crcsswcll. cultural oUicer 

Alexander J, Davit, third secretary; vice consul. .. 

Robert E, Cashin, third secretary: vice consul 

Deane R. Hinton, third secretary; vice consul 

John R. Barrow, vice consul 



Apr. 


15. 1946 


May 


7. 1946 


Nov 


21, 1945 


Nov 


2, 1945 


Sept 


25, 1946 


Aug. 


1, 1938 


Jan, 


27. 1947 


Nov 


28. 1944 


July 


27. 1945 


tSept 


11,1946 


July 


1, 1945 


Aug. 


8. 1945 


Apr. 


a. 1947 


Sept 


3. 1945 


July 


19. 1941 


Dec. 


20. 1946 


July 


19. 1941 


July 


22, 1941 


Aug. 


23. 1946 


Apr. 


17. 1947 


Apr. 


22. 1947 


Dec. 


13. 1946 


Apr, 


30. 1947 


Oct. 


25, 1945 


Nov. 


29. 1946 


Jan. 


30. J 947 


June 


2. 1947 


tJuly 


1. 1947 


July 


19. 1941 


tJuly 


1. 1947 


Jan. 


31,1947 


Oct. 


18, 1945 


{Jan. 


31, 1947 


tJan. 


31, 1947 


tMay 


14, 1947 


Mar. 


9, 1943 



Apr. 10, 1947 

Aug. 29, 1945 
JNov. 13, 1946 
Feb. 28.1947 
Apr. 9,1947 
{Nov. 13,1946 
July 19, 1946 
June 17, 1946 
Oct. 31, 1946 
Apr. 2, 1945 



Col, Henry L, McGrath, military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Randall D. Warden, naval attache 
and naval attache for air. 2 

Lt. Col. Robert C. Brown, military air attache '.. 
« Assigned also to Vaduz, Liechtenstein. 
' Assigned also to and resident in Beirut. 
» Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Jidda, New Delhi, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



Mar. 3.1947 
May 23, 1946 



Dec. 5, ] 



52 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


TUEKEY 


Edwin C. Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Herbert S. Bursley, counselor of embassy 


Jan. 27,1945 

Apr. 25,1945 
tSept. 7,1945 

July 4, 1945 
May 19,1947 
June 23.1945 
Apr. 22.1947 
May 20,1947 
tJune 16,1947 
Apr. 15,1947 
May 20,1947 
tJuly 1, 1946 
tNov. 13, 1946 
IJune 20,1947 
Nov. 1, 1946 

June 5, 1946 
Apr. 12,1946 

July 23,1946 
June 16,1946 
Apr. 16.1946 
Mar. 26, 1946 
Oct. 9, 1945 
Nov. 26, 1945 

Sept. 18, 1946 
Jan. 13.1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 19,1946 
Feb. 26,1946 
Sept. 9.1946 
Nov. 1,1946 
Mar. 19, 1946 

tJan. 31,1947 
Mar. 30, 1945 

Mar. 21, 1944 

Jan. 31,1947 

May 2,1946 
May 29,1945 
tJune 21,1945 
tJune 17,1947 
tNov. 13, 1946 


FSO-CM 




FSO-1 




Edward B. Lawson, counselor of embassy for econ. 

aflairs. 
Warwick Perkins, first secretary 


FSO-1 
FSO-1 




Herbert J Cummings, attachfi 


FSR-3 






FSO-3 






FSO-3 






FSS-3 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 






FSR-4 






FSR-5 




Charles R. Moore, second secretary. 


FSO-6 




William C. Lakeland, third secretary 2 


FSO-6 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Frank N. Roberts, military attache 






Capt. Blinn Van Mater, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Col Harry S Bishop, military air attache 






Col. Lee C. Miller, asst. military attache _.. 






Lt. Col. John H. Edgerly, asst. military attache... 
Ma]. Gilbert E. Bursley, asst. military attache.... 
Capt. Michael J. Hansinger, asst. military attache. 
Comdr. Brice W. Goldsborough, asst. naval attache 
and asst. naval attache for air. 


FSO-3 


(CG). 




FSS-4 




George H. Damon, press officer _ 

Edward F. Rivinus, Jr., vice consul 

Walter C. Isenberg, Jr., vice consul 

Joseph A. Meadenhall, vice consul 

William C. Lakeland, vice consul 3 


FSR-4 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-11 






FSS-7 






FSS-IO 


UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Pretoria, Transvaal (L) « 


Gen. Thomas Holcomb, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Charles E . Dickerson, Jr., counselor of embassy for 

econ. affairs.* 




FSO-2 
FSO-3 






FSS-3 






FSO-4 






FSO-4 




William L. Hamilton, Jr., publio-aflairs officer 


FSR-4 



1 Office of Embassy also at Istanbul. 
' Assigned also as vice consul at Istanbul. 

« Assigned also as third secretary at Ankara; resident in Ankara. 

* Legation Chancery maintained at Capetown during sessions of the Union Pariiament. (Parliament normally 
convenes early in January and is prorogued about the end of May . but special sessions may be called at any time.) 
' Assigned also as consul general at Johannesburg; resident in Johannesburg. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



53 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRICA— Continued 

Pretoria, Transvaal CD- 
Continued. 


JohnF. Correll, labor attache 

Harold Shullaw, third secretary 


tNov. 13, 1946 
July 6, 1944 
May 20,1947 

tJuly 1, 1947 
Apr. 11,1946 

tJuIy 1, 1947 
Nov. 21, 1946 

Jan. 31,1947 

Nov. 2,1945 
Aug. 25, 1942 
Feb. 11,1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Sept. 12, 1945 
July 17,1946 
Jan. 2, 1945 
Mar. 4,1947 
May 6,1947 

tJune 30,1947 
Feb. 2, 1947 

tNov. 13, 1946 
July 19,1946 
Feb. 25,1946 
Jan. 15,1946 
May 7,1947 

Mar. 22, 1946 

Mar. 29, 1946 
Apr. 11,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Jan. 30,1947 
May 1, 1947 

tJan. 5, 1946 
Jan. 11,1946 
Oct. 10,1945 
July 30,1946 
Mar. 1,1944 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Oct. 25,1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 

tNov. 13, 1946 
Dec. 26,1945 
July 30,1946 
May 23,1947 

tJune 6,1946 

tMay 7,1947 
Mar. 12, 1947 

tJan. 9, 1946 


FSS-8 
FSO-5 

rss-8 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. William Little, military attache 

Capt. Harry Smith, naval attache and naval at- 
tache for air. 

Lt. Col. Chesley O. Peterson, military air attache. 

Capt. John J. Jarvis, Jr., asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Maj. Everett C. Kowe, asst. military air attache.'. 




Capetown, Cape Province 
(CO). 


FSO-l 




FSO^ 




John C. Fuess, consul 


FSO-5 




Winifred B. Linderman, cultural officer 


FSR-5 


Durban Natal (C) 


William 0. Anderson, vice consul; admin, asst 

Harry E Stevens, consul 


FSS-10 
FSO-4 






FSS-10 


Johannesburg, Transvaal 


Charles E. Diclcerson, Jr., consul general ' 


FSO-2 


(CO). 




FSO-3 




Katherine E. O'Connor, consul 


FSO-4 




Barrett Parker, cultural officer 


FSR-4 




Emily N. Dean, librarian 


FSS-10 




John O. Riddick, vice consul 


FSO-6 






FSS-9 






FSS-11 






FSO-4 


ince (C). 

UNION OF SOVIET SO- 
CIALIST REPUBLICS 

Moscow (E) 


Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith, ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 
Elbridge Durbrow, counselor of embassy 






FSO-2 




Foy D. Kohler, first secretary; consul 


FSO-2 




Louis Guy Michael, agricultural attache 


FSS-2 




Charles R. Enlow, agricultural attache 


FSR-3 




John K. Emmerson, first secretary 


FSO-3 






FSO-4 






FSS-5 




Edward L. Freers, second secretary; vice consul... 
John M.McSweeney, second secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 




Joseph J. Bulik, agricultural attache 


FSR-5 




Alan M. G. Little, attache 


FSS-8 




Manning H. Williams, information officer 


FSR-5 




M. Elizabeth Eagan, asst cultural officer 


FSS-8 




David E. Henry, 2d, second secretary; vice consuL 

Oscar C. Holder, second secretary; vice consul 

Walter J. Stoessel, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 


FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 

FSS-8 




Joseph Osgood Hanson, Jr., asst. cultural officer... 


FSS-8 
FSS-10 




Nicholas Hardy, vice consul 


FSS-9 



> Assigned also to Basutoland, Bechuanaland, British Islands adjacent to east coast of Africa, Kenya, Northern 
Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Southern Rhodesia, Swaziland, Tanganyika and Uganda. 

> Assigned also as counselor of embassy for econ. afiairs at Pretoria. 



54 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
class 


UNION OF SOVIET SO- 








CIALIST REPUB- 








LICS— Continued 








Moscow (E)— Continued 


Robert Black, vice consul 


Feb. 28, 1947 


FSS-U 


Robert M. Hankin, attachfe 


Jan. 18,1946 


FSS-10 




Homer Cash Kaye, disbursing oflicer__ 


Mar. 13, 1947 


FSS-10 




Joseph T. Kendrick, vice consul 


Dec. 23, 1946 


FSS-11 




William H. Dougherty, vice consul 


May. 22, 1946 


FSS-12 




Davis Eugene Boster, asst. attache. 


June 1, 1947 


FSS-11 




George Payne Winters, Jr., asst. attache __ 


June 14,1947 


FSS-11 


(MA&NA) 


Maj. Gen. Robert C. Macon, military attache 


Apr. 26.1946 






Rear Admiral Leslie C. Stevens, naval attache and 


May 15,1947 






naval attache for air. 








Col. Charles E. Shephard, asst. military attache. . 


Oct. 19,1945 






Col. James C. Crockett, asst. military attache 


Oct. 30,1945 






Lt. Col. H. Gary Schumann, asst; military attache. 


Oct. 9. 1945 






Lt. Col. Jacob F. Mynderse, asst. military attache. 


Apr. 30,1946 






Lt. Col. Donald W. Bernier, asst. military attache. 


Feb. 4, 1947 






Lt. Col. Walter J. Wells, asst. military attache... 


Apr. 17,1947 






Capt. Robert E. Dunlap, asst. military attache... 


Apr. 17,1947 






Capt. llaro:d C. MedvedelT, asst. military a'tache. 


June 10.1947 






Capt. Robert J. Vaughn, asst. naval attache and 


Nov. 8.1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Miller H. Cosby, asst. naval attache and 


Nov. 11, 1946 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Comdr. Harry E. Seidel, Jr., astt. naval attache 


Mar. 10, 1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Col. John H. McMillan, asst. naval attache 


May 9, 1947 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








Lt. Robert H. Dreher, asst. naval attache and asst. 


May 21,1946 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Frank A. Levy, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Feb. 17,194 7 






naval attache for air. 








Ens. Michael V. Forrestal. asst. naval attache and 


Mar. 26, 1947 






asst. naval attache for air. 








Maj. Nicholas S. De Tolly, asst. military air 


Mar. 14, 1946 






attache. 






Vladivostok (CO) 








URUGUAY 








Montevideo (K). 


ambassador extraor- 






dinary and plenipotentiary. 








Franklin W. Wolf, oral, attache 


JMar. 22, 1947 


FSO-2 




Gerald Keith, counselor of embassy 


Apr. 15, 1947 


FSO-2 




James E. Brown. Jr., first secretary: consul... 


July 17, 1946 


FSO-3 




Richard I. Phillips, information oflBcer 


July 1, 1946 


FSR-4 




Raford W. Herbert, attache 


Jan. 16,1947 


FSS-5 




Sidney K. Lafoon, second secretary; vice consul... 


Jan. 23,1947 


FSO-4 




Rudolfo O. Rivera, asst. public-affairs oflficer 


Mar. 17, 1947 


FSR-4 




Charles H. Whitaker, second secretary; vice consul. 


June 21, 1946 


FSO-5 




John L. Topping, second secretary; vice consul 


May 20, 1943 


FSO-5 




Weldon Litsey, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Dec. 23,1946 


FSO-5 




DeWitt L. Stora, third secretary; vice consul 


Sept. 30. 1946 


FSO-6 




Williams Beal, third secretary; vice consul 


July 26,1946 


FSO-6 


(MA&NA) 


Col. Egon R. Tausch, military attache- 


May 12,1945 






Capt. Forrest Tucker, naval attache and naval 


Oct. 5, 1945 






attache for air. 







POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



55 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 
cla.ss 


URUGUAY-Contlnued 

Montpvidco (E)— Con. 

(MA&NA)-Con 

VENEZUELA 

Caracas (E) 


Lt. Col. Joseph H. Paul, military air attache 

Maj. James H. King, asst. military attache 

Maj. La Verne W. Wagner, asst. naval attach^ 
and asst. naval attach^ for air. 

Frank P. Corrigan, ambassador e,xtraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
George C. Howard, first secretary 


July 23,1946 
Mar. 11. 1946 
Jan. 22, 1947 

Jan. 20,1939 

May 6, 1947 
Mar. 19, 1945 

{May 15, 1946 

JJune 21,1945 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 11,1947 
July 28,1942 

{Dec. 29, 1945 
Mar. 12. 1947 
May 16,1946 
Jan. 13,1947 
Mar. 4, i947 

tJune 29,1947 

Sept. 30, 1946 
Feb. 28,1946 

Apr. 24,1947 
Feb. 20,1947 
July 30,1946 

Jan. 27,1947 
May 26, 1943 
July 16,1945 
tJan. 31,1947 
tJan. 31,1947 
Apr. 14,1947 
tApr. 21,1946 
tDec. 17,1945 
Feb. 27,1947 

Apr. 14,1947 






FSO-2 




Charles F Knox Jr cml aitachS 


FSO-2 




James H. Kempton, agricultural attache 


FSS-2 
FSO-3 






FSS-5 




Aaron S. Brown, second secretary 


FSO-4 




John P. Hoover asst cml attache 


FSO-4 




William L. Krieg, second secretary.... 


FSO-4 
FSS-6 






FSR-5 




Thomas D. Kingsley, third secretary 


FSO-6 


, 


Thane A. Kuhiman, asst attache 


FSS-9 






FSS-11 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Robert C. Andrews, military attache _ 

Capt. Henry J. Armstrong, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Frank P. Bender, military air attache.-.- 
Capt. Andrew R. Duvall, asst. military attache.-. 
Maj. John B. Maas, Jr., asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 




(CG) 


FSO-3 




Curtis Waldo Barnes, sr. econ. analyst 

Enoch W. Skartvedt. econ. analyst.. 

George R. Phelan. consul 


FSS-6 
FSR-5 

FSS-8 




Horace C. deBaca, consul 


FSS-9 




Louis B Mazzeo vice consul ' 


FSS-8 




Alan S. Kjpping, econ. analyst 


FSS-10 

FSS-U 






FSS-12 


La Guaira (VC)... 




FSS-8 








tegui (VC). 


Odin G. Loren, consul 

Harold D. Pease, vice consul 


Mar. 18, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1943 
May 28, 1947 
tApr. 7, 1945 
Mar. 25, 1947 


FSO-4 




FSS-8 




William B. Connett. Jr., vice consul 

Guy A. Morin, vice consul 

Hugh Veltman, vice consul... 


FSO-6 
FSS-11 
FSS-11 



Assigned also to Bogota and Quito; resident in Bogota. 
Assigned also to La Guaira. 
Assigned also to Caracas. 



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Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category and 

class 


YEMEN 
Sana'a (L) i 


J. Rives Childs, envoy extraordinary and minister 

plenipotentiary.^ 
Waldo E. Bailey, second secretary; consul 3 

Cavendish W. Caimon, appointed ambassador 

extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 
John M. Cabot, counselor of embassy 


Aug. 22,1946 
June 16,1947 

Apr. 10,1947 

June 26,1946 
Dec. 29,1945 
Jan. 28,1946 
July 1, 1946 

tApr. 17,1946 
Apr. 17,1947 
Feb. 19,1946 
July 23.1945 
June 11,1947 
Jan. 27,1947 
Mar. 11, 1946 

tAug. 12,1946 
Nov. 1,1946 

Mar. 23, 1946 
Oct. 1, 1946 

Dec. 5, 1946 
Apr. 29.1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
May 15, 1946 

Jan. 25,1946 
Apr. 15,1947 


FSO-CM 


YUGOSLAVIA 

Belgrade (Beograd) (E). 


FSO-4 

FSO-2 
FSO-1 






FSS-2 




Thomas A. Hickok, first secretary; consul 


FSO-3 




E. Bigelow Thompson, public-aflairs officer 

William Kling. agricultural attache s 


FSR-3 
FSR-4 




Robert L. Clifiord, second secretary; consul 

James H. Spitler, vice consul 


FSO-4 
FSS-9 




Basil F. Macgowan, vice consul 


FSS-8 






FSS-8 




Louise E. Luke, attache 


FSS-10 


(MA & NA) 


William K. Leouhart, third secretary; vice consul. 
Donald P. Downs, third secretary; vice consul...- 
Edwin M. Harbordt, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Col. Richard C. Partridge, military attachS 

Capt. Willard M. Sweetser, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Col. James W. Anderson, Jr.. military air attache. 
Lt. Col. Chester M. Stratton, asst. military 

attache. 

Maj. John F. Twombly, asst. military attache 

Lt. Vladimir L. Rychly, asst. naval attache 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, consul. 

Richard W. Carlson, vice consul... 


FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 


Zagreb (C) 


FSO-4 




FSS-U 



• No office maintained at Sana'a. 

» Accredited also to Saudi Arabia; resident in Jidda. 
s Assigned also to and resident in Jidda. 

* Assigned also to Berlin, Bern, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha. Sofia, and Vieima; resident in Bern. 
» Assigned also to Sofia. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



57 



Name 


Date of as- 
signment > 


Category 
and class 




May 8,1947 
July 25,1946 
Mar. 13, 1946 
May 28, 1947 
July 30, 1946 
June 6, 1947 
Nov. 1, 1945 
June 25,1946 
Feb. 26,1945 
Feb. 1, 1947 
Mar. 5,1947 
May 27, 1947 
May 26, 1947 
May 19,1947 
Apr. 30,1947 
May 19, 1947 
May 1,1947 
May 28, 1947 
June 3, 1942 
Feb. 21,1947 
Feb. 10,1945 
Apr. 2, 1945 
Mar. 6,1946 
Aug. 25, 1945 
Apr. 21,1947 
July 1, 1946 
Jan. 27,1947 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Jan. 13,1947 
Nov. 1,1946 
May 23, 1947 
May 20,1946 
Mar. 1,1945 
June 17,1947 
May 12, 1947 
Dec. 4, 1944 
Jan. 22, 1946 
May 27, 1947 
Mar. 24, 1947 
Oct. 29,1946 
May 28,1947 
June 11,1946 
May 19,1947 
May 27,1947 
Apr. 1, 1946 
Dec. 31,1946 
Oct. 5, 1945 
June 28,1943 
May 31,1945 
June 5, 1947 
Mar. 17, 1945 
Dec. 6, 1945 
May 10,1944 
Mar. 16, 1945 
Nov. 7,1946 
Feb. 6, 1945 


FSO-3 


Adair Charles W., Jr 


FSO-4 


Affeld William C , Jr -.. 


FSO-4 


Allen Arthur B ' 


FSO-6 




FSO-2 




FSO-6 


Bagby, Philip H ---- 


FSO-5 


Baldwin LaV'eme -- - 


FSO-3 


Barbour Walworth 


FSO-3 


Barnes ^Ia^"nard B ' - - 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 


Bates, William M.2 - 


FSO-6 




FSO-6 


Benson Floyd W 


FSS-3 


Berry Burton Y^ 


FSO-3 


Berry Marshall Styles 


FSS-7 




FSO-6 




FSO-6 




FSO-1 


Boucher Hiram A ' - - 


FSO-2 


Braddock Daniel M -.- 


FSO-3 




FSO-5 




FSO-4 




FSO-CM 




FSO-5 


Burger Roy E 


FSR-4 


Burt Joseph F 


FSO-3 




FSO-2 




FSO-6 




FSO-3 


Cavanaugh, Robert J - 


FSO-5 


Christopherson, Carl E 


FSO-4 


Clark Robert A Jr 


FSS-10 




FSS-5 




FSS-3 


Colquitt, Adrian B - - 


FSO-5 


Cormellv, Bernard C - - 


FSO-4 


Cory Thomas J 


FSO-5 


Courtney Raymond F 2 . . 


FSO-4 




FSO-4 




FSO-5 




FSO-4 


Czayo, George Mark . - . 


FSS-3 


Davies, Richard T.' - 


FSO-6 


Davis, Richard H - 


FSO-4 


Dawson Allan 


FSO-3 




FSO-1 




FSO-1 




FSO-4 


Dow, Edward A., Jr. » -.- 


FSO-4 


Dowling, Walter C - 


FSO-3 


Elbrick, C Burke - . - 


FSO-3 


English Clifton P . - 


FSO-5 




FSO-4 




FSO-4 


Flake, Wilson C 


FSO-3 



• The length of an oflScer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this dat«, but from the date on 
which he reports for duty. 
' Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



58 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST! JULY 1, 194 7 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Foster, Andrew B 

Fowler, William A 

Fraleigh, William N.2. 

Fuller, George Gregg 

Gilstrap, Sam P 

Gordon, Marcus Joseph 

Gossett, John G.2 

Gough, Leo Aloysius 

Gowen, Franklin C.^ 

Green, Caspar D 

Qrotjohan, A. W. J 

Oullion, Edmund A 

Haering, George J 

Hale, Robert F 

Halla, Philip J.2 

Hare, Raymond A 

Harris, Raymond J. 2 

Hart, Parker T._ 

Harter, Manson Earl 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr... 

Henderson, Loy W.. 

Henderson, Robert S.2 

Herndon, Richard M 

Hill, John Calvin, JrJ 

Hooper, Peter, Jr.".. 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Huddle, J. Klahr 

Hulen, Elmer C.2.... _. 

Hulley, Benjamin M 

Janz, Robert. 

Jernegan, John D 

Johnson, Richard A 

Jones, Arthur GrifBth 

Joyce, Robert P 

Kelsey, Warren A.' 

Kennan. George F 

Knox, M. Gordon 

Kolinski, Charles J. 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr... 

LeBreton, David, Jr 

L'Heureux, Herv^ J 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 

Livengood, Charles A 

Lowry, Roye L.« 

Lukas, Gaze Elmer 

Lynch, Andrew G 

Lyon, Cecil B 

Lyon, Scott '... 

MacDonald, John E 

Marr. Robert Miller 

Master, Herbert Graham... 

Matthews, H. Freeman 

Mattison, Gordon H 

McCIintock, Robert Mills. 
McOrath, John B.s 



Date of as- 


Category 


signment 1 


and class 


July 14,1944 


FSO-3 


May 23, 1946 


FSO-3 


Dec. 6, 1946 


FSO-4 


June 16,1947 


FSO-3 


June 27,1947 


FSS-3 


May 5, 1947 


FSS-3 


Apr. 30,1947 


FSO-6 


Apr. 29,1947 


FSS-4 


May 5,1947 


FSO-3 


Mar. 12, 1947 


FSO-4 


Mar. 1,1945 


FSS-9 


Mar. 6,1945 


FSO-4 


May 13,1946 


FSO-2 


Aug. 1,1946 


FSO-4 


May 28, 1947 


FSO-6 


July 13,1946 


FSO-2 


May 28,1947 


FSO-6 


Aug. 13,1946 


FSO-4 


Mar. 31, 1947 


FSS-6 


May 30, 1945 


FSO-4 


July 21,1945 


FSO-CM 


May 28,1947 


FSO-6 


June 3,1947 


FSO-6 


May 28, 1947 


FSO-6 


May 28, 1947 


FSO-6 


Sept. 19, 1944 


FSO-3 


Oct. 18,1945 


FSO-1 


May 26,1947 


FSO-6 


May 22,1947 


FSO-3 


Oct. 30,1946 


FSO-4 


June 10,1946 


FSO-3 


Apr. 24, 1946 


FSO-4 


May 19,1947 


FSS-3 


July 1, 1947 


FSO-3 


May 27,1947 


FSO-6 


Apr. 26,1946 


FSO-CM 


June 26,1946 


FSO-4 


Aug. 21,1946 


FSS-U 


Mar. 1,1946 


FSO-4 


Dec. 19.1945 


FSO-5 


May 8. 1947 


FSO-2 


Sept. 17, 1945 


FSO-3 


Feb. 27,1947 


FSO-1 


May 28,1947 


FSO-6 


May 12,1947 


FSS-2 


Oct. 26,1945 


FSO-4 


July 17,1946 


FSO-3 


May 22,1947 


FSO-5 


Apr. 21,1947 


FSO-6 


May 19,1947 


FSS-5 


Apr. 5, 1947 


FSS-3 


June 28,1943 


FSO-CM 


Feb. 25,1947 


FSO-3 


.\ug. 4, 1945 


FSO-3 


May 27,1947 


FSO-6 



' The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on 
•.which he reports for duty. 

' Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the fifild 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 59 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 


Date of as- 
signment ' 


Category and 
class 


McKesson, John A., 3d ^ . 


May 26,1947 
Jan. 17,1946 
Mar. 1,1945 
Nov. 2,1943 
Apr. 21,1947 
Sept. 22, 1943 
Dec. 11,1946 
Feb. 27,1947 
May 19,1947 
Mar. 10. 1945 
May 1.1947 
May 27,1947 
June 12,1947 
June 18.1947 
Mar. 14, 1945 
Nov. 18, 1944 
Dec. 20,1944 
June 2, 1947 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Mar. 12, 1947 
Aug. 15,1944 
Oct. 30,1946 
Feb. 26, 1947 
July 25,1945 
June 8,1945 
Oct. 28,1943 
July 25,1945 
Mar. 5,1947 
Mar. 12,1947 
Mar. 13. 1945 
Jan. 29,1945 
Oct. 21,1946 
Apr. 30.1947 
Mar. 17, 1947 
Mar. 24, 1947 
Apr. 21,1947 
May 26,1945 
Nov. 6,1945 
June 27, 1946 
June 4,1946 
Nov. 29, 1946 
Aug. 9.1946 
Apr. 8. 1946 
Dec. 9, 1946 
Apr. 10.1945 
Feb. 26. 1943 
May 5. 1947 
Oct. 2. 1946 
Sept 7. 1945 
Dec. 29,1945 
Dec 1.M942 
Dec. 22,1944 
Dec. 20,1945 
Mar. 8.1946 
June 12, 1947 
July 13. 1944 
Apr. 21,1944 
July 24,1945 


rsO'6 


Mills, Sheldon T 


FSO-2 


Mitchell Reginald P 


FSO-4 


Montgnmery Kdmiind B 


FSO-3 




FSO-3 




FSO-3 


Muccio, John J - 


FSO-1 


Myers, Myrl S 


FSO-2 


Neustadt Marion L ... 


FSS-9 


Newbegin Robert 


FSO-3 


Newbold Gilbert L ' 


FSO-6 




FSO-6 




FSO-5 




FSS-3 


Palmer, Joseph, 2d 


FSO-4 


Parsons, Marselis C, Jr 

Penfield, James K 


FSO-3 
FSO-2 




FSS-2 




FSO-4 




FSO-1 


Reber, Samuel 


FSO-1 


Reveley. Paul J 


FSO-4 


Rewinkel, Milton C 


FSO-4 




FSO-4 




FSO-3 




FSO-1 


Ringwalt. Arthur R 


FSO-3 


Ronhovde, Andreas G.' 


FSO-3 


Salner. Edward 


FSS-3 


Satterthwaite, Joseph C 


FSO-2 


Schoenfeld, Rudolf E 


FSO-1 




FSO-4 


Smith, Donald W.J 


FSO-3 


Sparks, Joseph 8 . ... 


FSO-5 


Sprouse, Philip D 


FSO-3 


Stefan, Charles G ' 


FSO-6 


Stevens, Francis Bowden 

Strom, Carl W 


FSO-3 
FSO-3 




FSO-4 




FSO-3 




FSO-2 


Thayer, Charles W 


FSO-4 


Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr 

Thompson, Tvler 


FSO-2 
FSO-3 


Thur<!ton, Ray L 


FSO-4 


Timherlake, Clare H 


FSO-3 


Torbert, Horace G. Jr 


FSO-4 


Tuthill, John W.J 


FSO-4 




FSS-8 




FSO-6 




FSO-CM 


Wailes, Edward T 


FSO-2 


Walker. William W.. 


FSO-4 


Wells, Alfred W 


FSO-6 


Wells, H. Bartlett 


FSO-4 


Wells, Milton K 


FSO-4 


Wendelin, Eric C 


FSO-3 


West, George Lybrook, Jr.. 


FSO-5 



' The length of an oflBcer^3 service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on 
rhich he reports for duty. 
J Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



60 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JULY 1, 194 7 

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



White, Rollie H., Jr... 

Whitney, Alfred Q 

Whitver, Walter R., Jr. 

Wllkins, Fraser 

Williams, Jack S 

Wilson. Robert E 

Woodward, Robert F. 

Wright, James H 

Young, John B » 



Date of as- 
signment ' 



Oct. 28,1946 

May 19,1947 

Mar. 16, 1047 

Aug. 23,1946 

Mar. 24, 1947 

Apr. 11, 1947 

Mar. 5, 1947 

Oct. 26,1945 

Apr. 21,1947 



Category 
and class 



FSS-U 

FSS-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSO-3 
FSO-2 
FSO-6 



> The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on 
which he reports for duty. 
» Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

PERSONNEL ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



Name 


Where assigned 


Date of 

assignment 


Category 
and class 


Butrick, Richard P ' 


Mfinila 


July 31,1946 
June 10,1947 
May 12, 1947 
July 1, 1947 
May 20.1947 
Dec. 22,1944 


FSO-l 




Department 

Vatican City 


FSO-CM 




FSO-3 




FSO-CM 






FSO-CM 






FSO-2 









> With the personal rank of minister. 

PERSONNEL ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 


Date of 
assignment 


Cateeory 
and class 






Dec. 9,1942 
Oct. 18,1945 
Mar. 3, 1947 
Dec. 20,1945 
Dec. 17,1945 


FSO-l 




FSO-2 




FSO-3 


Morris, Leland B. 


FSO-l 


Nester, Alfred T 


FSO-l 









PERSONNEL ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING 
REESTABLISHED 



Name 


Status 


Category 
and class 


Collins Atwood 2d 


On leave for military duty 




Dean Robert William 


On leave for military duty . 




Farrell William S 


On leave of absence without pay . . 


FSO-4 


Reese Raymond E 


On leave for military duty . 




Reinhardt, G. Frederick 


Consul at Leniograd; office not yet established 

Vice consul at Kuala Lumpur; office not yet estab- 
lished. 


FSO-3 


Shivers, Forrest 


FSO-6 







POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 

SPECIAL OFFICES 



61 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


Category 
and class 


ITALY 










Rome (Office of the United 


James Clement Dunn, United States repre- 


July 


25, 1946 


FSO-CM 


States Representative on the 


sentative.' 








Advisory Council for Italy). 










Leghorn (Oflice of the Unitad 


James Clement Dunn, United States political 


July 


25, 194G 


FSO-CM 


States Political Adviser to 


adviser.! 








the Supreme Commander, 


William E. Cole, Jr., Foreign Service officer. 2... 


Jan. 


23, 1946 


FSO-4 


Mediterranean Theater). 










JAPAN 










Tokyo (Office of United States 


George Atcheson, Jr., United States political 


Sept. 


7, 1945 


FSO-CM 


Political Adviser to Supreme 


adviser. 3 








Commander for Allied Pow- 


H. Earle Russell, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 


26, 1946 


FSO-1 


ers). 


David C. Berger, consul general - 


Oct. 


14, 1946 


FSO-3 




Cabot Coville, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 


27, 1946 


FSO-3 




William J. Sebald, special asst.- _- 


Dec. 


3, 1945 


FSS-2 




Max Waldo Bishop, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 


25, 1945 


FSO-3 




Glenn A. Abbey, Foreign Service officer 


July 


16, 1946 


FSO-3 




Sidney H. Browne, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 


20, 1946 


FSO-3 




Gerald Warner, Foreign Service officer 


Dec. 


24, 1946 


FSO-4 




Glen W. Bruner, Foreign Service officer 


Feb. 


8, 1946 


FSO-4 




Jay Dixon Edwards, Foreign Service officer 


Jan. 


4, 1946 


FSO-5 




Duncan J. Laing, admin, officer _.. 


Mar. 


25, 1947 


FSS-8 




Richard A. Poole, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 


26, 1946 


FSO-5 




David Morgan Bane, vice consul 


June 


16, 1947 


FSO-5 




Rolland H. Bushner, Foreign Service officer 


Aug. 


21, 1946 


FSO-6 




Kemieth Jones Ruch, disbursing officer 


Jime 


16, 1947 


FSS-10 




Jack J. H. Oldham, vice consul 


Mar. 


26, 1947 


FSS-11 




U. Alexis Johnson, consul 


Apr. 


5, 1946 


FSO-3 


Yokohama (Branch of Office of 


DouglasJenkins, Jr., consul 


June 


4, 1947 


FSO-4 


United States Political Ad- 


Meredith Weatherby, consul 


May 


29, 1946 


FSO-5 


viser to Supreme Com- 


Douglas W. Overton, vice consul 


Dec. 


29, 1945 


FSO-6 


mander for Allied Powers).^ 


Otis W. Rhoades, vice consul _ 


Apr. 


23, 1946 


FSS-10 




Harry F. Pfeifler, Jr., Foreign Service officer.-.. 


Dec. 


2, 1946 


FSO 6 




Joseph M. Swing, vice consul 


tFeb. 


21, 1947 


FSS-11 


KOREA 










Seoul (Office of United States 


Joseph E. Jacobs, U. S. political adviser 


May 


22, 1947 


FSO-1 


Political Adviser, Staflt of 


William R. Langdon, consul general; United 


tMay 15, 1946 


FSO-2 


Commanding General, U. S. 


States political adviser. 








Occupation Forces in 


Arthur C. Bunce, econ. adviser to commanding 


July 


1, 1946 


FSS-1 


Korea).* 


general.^ 










Owen Thomas Jones, associate chief of mission 


Sept. 


25, 1946 


FSS-1 




for econ. affairs. 










Robert A. Kinney, sr. econ. analyst for mission 


July 


1, 1946 


FSS-4 




for econ. aflairs. 









' Also ambassador to Italy. 

2 Resident in Trieste. 

3 With the personal rank of ambassador. 
* This office performs consular functions. 

'With the personal rank of minister. 



62 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



Post 


Name and title 


Date of as- 
signment 


SSI 


KOREA-Continued 

Seoul (Office of United 
States Political Adviser, 
Staff of Commanding 
General, U. S. Occupation 
Forces in Korea — Con. 


Eugene V. Prostov, sr. econ. analyst for mission 

for econ. affairs. 
Paul J. Sturm, sr. econ. analyst for mission for 

econ. aSairs. 
Tilmer 0. Engebretson, econ. analyst for mission 

for econ. afifairs. 
Carleton B. Swift, Jr., vice consul 


July 1, 1946 

Aug. 19,1946 

Sept. 26, 1946 

June 18,1947 
Aug. 20,1946 

Aug. 23,1946 

Oct. 31,1946 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 




Edith M. Royce, econ. analyst for mission for 

econ. affairs. 
Marion L. Worden, econ. analyst foi mission for 

econ. affairs. 


FSS-10 
FSS-10 
FSO-6 









CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



Description of Consular Districts 

[This list contains only those countries in which the consular districts have been definitely delimited.] 
AFGHANISTAN 



Kabul 

All of Afghanistan. 



ARGENTINA 

Buenos Aires 

All of Argentina. 

AUSTRALIA 

Adelaide, South Australia 

The State of South Australia and the Northern 
Territory. 

Brisbane, Queensland 

The state of Queensland, Norfolk Island, the Terri- 
tory of Papua, and the mandated territories: Nauru 
and the Territory of New Guinea. 

Melbourne, Victoria 

The state of Victoria, and Tasmania. 

Perth, Western Australia 

The State of Western Australia. 

Sydney, New South Wales 
Federal Capital Territory and New South Wales. 

BELGIUM AND BELGIAN CONGO AND 
ADJACENT TERRITORY 

(Belgium) 
Antwerp 

The Provinces of Antwerp, East Flanders, West 
Flanders, and Limburg. 

Brussels 

The Provinces of Brabant, Hainaut, Luxemnourg 
(Belgium), Namur, and Lifige (including the former 
German territories denominated Eupen-Malmedy.) 

(Africa) 
Leopoldville, Belgian Congo 

The Belgian Congo and the Territory of Ruanda- 
Urundi (Belgian mandate). 

BOLIVIA 
Cochabamba, Cochabamba 

The Departments of Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, 
Beni, and Pando. 



La Paz, La Paz 

The Departments of La 
Potosf, and Tarija. 



Chuquisaca, Oruro, 



BRAZIL 
Bahia (Sao Salvador), Bahia 

The States of Bahia and Sergipe and that portion of 
the State of Piauhy south of 8° south latitude. 



Fortaleza, Ceara 

The State of Ceara. 
Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 

The State of Rio Grande do Norte. 
Parfi (Belem), Para 

The States of Amazonas, Maranhao, and ParS; that 
portion of the State of Piauhy lying north of 8° south 
latitude, and Acre territory. 

Pernambuco (Recife), Pernambuco 

The States of Parahyba, Pernambuco, and Alagoas 
and the island of Fernando de Noronha. 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 

The State of Rio Grande do Sul. 
Rio de Janeiro 

The State of Rio de Janeiro, the State of Minas 
Geraes, and the Federal District. 

Victoria (vice consulate): The State of Espirito 
Santo. 

Santos, Sao Paulo 

The port and municipality of Santos and the munici- 
pality of SSo Vicente in the State of Sao Paulo. 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

The State of S5o Paulo, excepting the port and 
municipality of Santos and the municipality of Sao 
Vicente, and the States of Parana, Matto Grosso, 
Goyaz, and Santa Catharina. 



Sofia 
All of Bulgaria. 



Antofagasta 

The Provinces of Antofagasta and Atacama. 

Santiago 

The Provinces of Arauco, Aysen, Bio-Bio. Cautin, 
Chilo6, Colchagua, Concepcion, Curico, Linares, Llan- 
quihue, Magallanes, Malleco, Maule, Nuble, O'Hig- 
gins, Osorno, Santiago, Talca, Tarapaca, and Valdivia. 

Valparaiso 

The Provinces of Aconcagua, Coquimbo, and Val- 
paraiso, together with Easter Island and Juan Fer 
nandez Islands. 



CHINA 

Canton, Kwangtung 

The Provinces of Kwangtung (including Hainan 
Island) and Kwangsi. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 



Chungking, Szechwan 

The Provincrs of Szechwan, Sikang, Tsinghai and 
Kansu, and Tibet. 

Dairen, Liaoning 

Dairen and the Port Arthur Naval Base area as 
defined in the Sino-Soviet Treaty of August 14, 1945. 

Hankow, Hupeh 

The Provinces of Honan, Hupeh, Kiangsi, Hunan, 
and Shensi. 

Kunming, Yunnan 

Yunnan and Kweichow Provinces. 

Mukden, Liaoning 

All of the area commonly referred to as Manchuria 
(except the Dairen district) which includes the prov- 
inces of Antung, Heilungkiang, Hokiang, Hsingan, 
Kirin, Liaoning, Liaopei, Nunkiang, and Sungkiang. 

Nanking, KiangBu 

The Municipal Area of Nanking, including Pukosv. 

Peiping, Hopeh 

Greater Peiping, including Tungchow (Tunghsien) 
and Mentoukou. 

Shanghai, Kiangsu 

The Provinces of Anhwei, Chekiang, Fukien and 
Kiangsu (except the Municipal Area of Nanking, 
including Pukow). 

Taipei (Taihoku), Taiwan (Formosa) 
All of Taiwan (Formosa) and the Pescadores. 

Tientsin, Hopeh 

The Provinces of Ningsia, Shansi, Suiyuan, Chahar, 
Jehol and all of Hopeh Province except Greater Peip- 
ing (Tungchow (Tunghsien) and Mentoukou being 
part of Greater Peiping and in the Peiping Consular 
District). 

Tihwa, Sinkiang 

All of the Province of Sinkiang. 

Tsingtao, Shantung 

All of Shantung Province. 



COLOMBIA 
Barranquilla 

The Departments of Atlantico, Magdalena, San- 
tander, Santander del Norte, and the Comisaria of 
Goajira. 

Bogotfi 

The Departments of Boyaca, Cundinamarca, 
Tolima, and Huila; that portion of the Department of 
Caldas lying to the east of the Cauca River basin; the 
Comisarias of Arauca, Vichada, Vaupfis, Caqueta, 
Putumayo, and. Amazonas; and the Intendencia of 
Meta. 



Cali 

The Departments of Valle, Cauca, and Narifio, 
that portion of the Intendencia of Choco lying south 
of a line drawn directly eastward from El Valle (in- 
cluded) to the Atrato River; and that portion of the 
Department of Caldas lying in the Cauca River 
basin. 

Cartagena 

The Department of Bolivar and the Intendencia of 
San Andrfis y Providencia (islands in the Caribbean). 

Medellin 

The Department of Antioquia and that portion of 
the Intendencia of Choco lying north of a line drawn 
directly eastward from El Valle (excluded) to the 
Atrato River. 



COSTA RICA 
Port Lim6n 

The Province of Limon. 

San Jose 

All of Costa Rica except the Province of Limon. 



CUBA 

Habana 

The Provinces of Pinar del Rio, Habana (which 
includes Isla de Pinos or Isle of Pines), Matanzas, and 
Santa Clara. 

Nuevitas 

The Province of Camagiiey. 



Santiago de Cuba 

The Province of Oriente. 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha 

All of Czechoslovakia. 

DENMARK 

Copenhagen 

All of Denmark except Greenland. 

Godthaab, Greenland 

All of Greenland. 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 
Ciudad Trujillo 

All of the Dominican Republic. 



ECUADOR 
Guayaquil 

The Provinces of Azuay , Cafiar, El Oro, Esmeraldas, 
Guayas, Loja, Los Rios, Manabt, and the territory of 
Archipifilago de Colon (Galapagos Islands), and Ecua- 
doran territory east of the Provinces Azuay and Loja. 



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Quito 

The Provinces of Bolivar, Carchi, Chimborazo, 
Cotopaxi, Imbabura, Pichincha, Tungurahua, and 
the Ecuadoran territory east of these provinces. 



EGYPT 

Alexandria 

The Qovernorates of Alexandria and Damietta, and 
the six Provinces (Mudirias) of Lower Egypt (Behfira, 
Daqahlla, Gharbia, Menufia, Qaliubla, and Sharqia). 

Cairo 

The Governorate of Cairo; the eight Provinces 
(Mudirias) of Upper Egypt (Asyut, Aswfin, Beni 
Suef, Fayum, Girga, Glza, Minia, and Qena); the 
Frontier Districts (Eastern Desert, the Egyptian 
Libyan Desert, Dfiichla and Kharga Oases, etc.) 
except the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) the 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 

Port Said 

In Egypt, the Governorates of the Canal and of 
Suez, and the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) 
the island of Cyprus. 



EL SALVADOR 



San Salvadc 
All of El Salvador. 



Addis Ababa 
All of Ethiopia, French Somali Coast, and Eritrea. 



Helsinki 

All of Finland. 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS 

(France) 
Bordeaux 

The Departments of Ariege, Basses-Pyr6n6es, 
Charente, Charente-Interieure, Correze, Creuse, 
Deux Sevres, Dordogne, Gers, Gironde, Haute- 
Garonne, Haute-Vienne, Hautes-Pyrenfies, Landes, 
Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, Tarn-et-Garonne, Vend6e, and 
Vieime. 

Cherbourg 

The Departments of Calvados, C6tes-du-Nord, 
Finistere, lUe-et-Vilaine, Manche, Mayenne, Mor- 
bihan, and Orne. 

Le Havre 

The Departments of Eure, Nord, Pas de Calais, 
Sein-Inf§rieure, and Somme. 

Lyon 

The Departments of Ain, Allier, Cantal, Cote-d'Or, 
Haute-Loire, Haute-Savoie, Isere, Jura, Loire, Puy- 
de-D6me, Rhone, Saone-et-Loire, and Savoie. 



Marseille 

The Departments of Ardeche, Aude, Aveyron, 
Bouches-du-Rhone, Drome, Gard, Hfrault, Lozere, 
Pyr6n6es-Orientales, Tarn, Var, Vaucluse, and the 
island of Corsica (Corse). 

Nice 

The Departments of Basses-Alpes, Hautes-Alpes, 
Alpes-Maritimes, and the Principality of Monaco. 

Paris 

The Departments of Aisne, Aube, Cher, Eure-et- 
Loire, Indre, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, Loire 
Inferieure, Maine-et-Loire, Marne, Nievre, Oise, 
Sarthe, Seine, Seine-et-Marne, Seine-et-Oise, Yonne, 
and in Africa, French Equatorial Africa (comprising 
Chad, Gabon, Ubangi-Shari, and Middle Congo), and 
Cameroons (French Mandate). 

Strasbourg 

The Departments of Ardennes, Bas-Rhin, Doubs, 
Haute-Marne, Haut-Rhin, Haute-Saone, Meurthe-et- 
Moselle, Meuse, Moselle, Vosges, and the Territory 
of Belfort. 

(Possessions) 
Algiers, Algeria 

All of Algeria (including the Territories of the South) . 
Dakar, French West Africa 

All of French West Africa (including the Colonies 
Dahomey, French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory 
Coast, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal, and the Cir- 
cumscription of Dakar), and Togoland (French man- 
date). 

Hanoi, French Indochina 

The State of Tonkin, the State of Annam which in- 
cludes the Provinces of Quang Tri, Quang Bing, Ha 
Tinh, Ngaean, and Thanh Hoa, and in the Slate of 
Laos the Provinces of Savarmakat, Kham Mon, 
Vientiane, Tran Ninh, Luang Prabang, Huz Panh, 
Haut Mekong, and Muong Hou. 

Martinique, French West Indies 

All of French West Indies and French Guiana. 

Noumea, New Caledonia 

All of New Caledonia and dependencies (including 
the Wallis Archipelago, the Loyalty Islands, the Huon 
Islands, Futuna, and Alofl) and the New Hebrides. 

Saigon, French Indochina 

The States of Cambodia, Cochinehina, in the State 
of Annam the Provinces of Binh Thuan, Khanh Hoa, 
Kon Toum, Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai, Quang Nam, and 
Thua Thien, and in the State of Laos the Provinces of 
Khong, Bassac, Attopeu, and Saravanne. 
• 

Tahiti, Society Islands 

The Society Islands, Austral Islands, Marquesas 
Islands, the Tuamotu Archipelago, and the Gambler 
Islands. 

Tananarive, Madagascar 

The island of Madagascar (together with the Comoro 
Islands, the Glorious Islands, and the islands of Nossi 
B6 and Ste. Marie, and Kerguelen, Crozet, St. Paul, 
Amsterdam, and other island dependencies of Mada- 
gascar) and Reunion Island. 



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Tunis, Tunisia 
All of Tunisia. 



GERMANY 
Berlin 

Greater Berlin area. 

Bremen 

The State and City of Bremen (including Breiner- 
haven), the State of Oldenburg, that portion of the 
Province of Hanover lying west of the Weser River 
and that portion of the Regierungsbezirk of Minden 
(part of Hanover) lying east of the Weser River, that 
portion of Rhine Province which lies within the British 
Zone of Occupation, the Province of Westphalia, and 
the States of Lippe and Schaumburg-Lippe. 

Frankfort on the Main 

The Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau (except the 
exclave Kreis Schmalkalden), the State of Hesse, the 
Bavarian Palatinate (Pfalz), the Saarland (which was 
formerly a special administrative district of the Reich) , 
and that part of Rhine Province which lies within the 
French Zone of Occupation. 

Hamburg 

The Province of Schleswig-Holstein and that portion 
of the Province of Hanover which lies east of the Weser 
River (including Brunswick), but excepting the 
Regierungsbezirk of Minden. 

Munich 

The State of Bavaria (Bayem), except the Bavarian 
Palatinate (Pfalz). 

Stuttgart 

The States of Wurttemberg and Baden, and the 
Prussian Province of Hohenzollem. 



GREAT BRITAIN i AND NORTHERN IRELAND 
Belfast, Northern Ireland 

Northern Ireland (counties of Antrim, Armagh, 
Down Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone). 

Birmingham, England 

All of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire (including 
the Soke of Peterborough), Rutlandshire, Stafford- 
shire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire; and that 
portion of Shropshire which lies south of a line drawn 
from a point where the River Severn cuts the western 
boundary of Shropshire, eastwardly to Market Dray- 
ton (excluded). 

Bradford, England 

That part of Yorkshire (portions of the administra- 
tive counties of West Riding and North Riding) com- 
prised withm the following boundaries: Begimiing at 
the point common to the boundaries of Yorkshire, 
Cheshire, and Derbyshire, thence following the York- 
shire boundary westwardly and northwardly to the 
point where a straight line drawn from Colne (Lanca- 



shire) to Hawes (North Riding) intersects the Lanca- 
shire-West Riding boundary; thence northwardly 
along said line to the boundary between the West 
Riding and the North Riding of Yorkshire; thence 
northwestwardly along said boundary to the Westmor- 
land boundary; thence northwardly and eastwardly 
along the Yorkshire boundary (North Riding) to a 
point due north of Richmond; thence due south to 
Richmond (included); thence southeastwardly to the 
city of York (the entire county borough of York being 
included); thence southwardly along the boundary 
between the West Riding and the East Riding to 
Selby (excluded); thence following the same bound- 
ary to Goole (excluded); thence southwestwardly 
to Thome (excluded); thence westwardly through 
Bamsley (excluded) and Penistone (excluded) to the 
point of beginning. 

Bristol, England 

All of Gloucestershire and Somersetshire, and those 
portions of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the north- 
west of a line drawn from the point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Somersetshire, and Dorset- 
shire northea,?twardly to Marlborough (excluded); 
and continued northeastwardly through Didcot (ex- 
cluded) to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire boundary. 

Cardiff, Wales 

In Wales, the counties of Brecknock, Cardigan, 
Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke, and Radnor; in 
England, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. 

Edinburgh, Scotland 

The counties of Aberdeen, Angus (Forfar), Berwick, 
Clackmannan, Dumfries, Fife, Kincardine, Kinross, 
Peebles, Roxburgh, Selkirk, East Lothian (Hadding- 
ton), Midlothian (Edinburgh), Westlothian (Linlith- 
gow), and that portion of the County Perth east of a 
line from the point where the Counties Clackmannan, 
Perth, and Stirling meet, northeast to Blackford (ex- 
cluded), north to Gilmerton (excluded), thence along 
the Sma' Glen to Kinloch Rannoch (excluded), north- 
east to Blair Atholl (excluded), and north to the point 
where the Counties Aberdeen, Inverness, and Perth 



Glasgow, Scotland 

The counties of Argyll, Ayr, Banff, Bute. Caithness, 
Dumbarton, Inverness (which includes the islands to 
the west and northwest, principally the Isle of Skye 
and the Hebrides, except the portion known as the 
Isle of Lewis), Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Moray (Elgin), 
Nairn, Orkney, Renfrew, Ross and Cromarty (which 
includes the Isle of Lewis, of the Hebrides), Shetland, 
Stirling, Sutherland, Wigtown, and that portion of 
the County Perth not included in the Edinburgh 
consular district. 

Hull, England 

All of the East Riding and portions of the North 
Riding and West Riding of Yorkshire, together with 
a portion of the administrative county known as the 
Parts of Lindsey in Lincolnshire which lie within the 
following line: Beginning at Saltfleet (included) on 
the Lincolnshire coast, a line drawn westwardly to the 



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point common to the boundaries of Lincolnshire, 
Yorkshire, and Nottinghamshire; thence northwardly 
to Thorne (included) and Goole (included); thence 
along the East Riding-West Riding boundary to 
Selby (included); thence along the same boundary to 
the city of York (excluded); thence in a straight line 
northwestwardly to Richmond (excluded); thence due 
north to the Yorkshire boundary; thence eastwardly 
along the Yorkshire boundary to the sea, but excepting 
the city (county borough) of Middlesbrough. 

Liverpool, England 

Those portions of Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, 
and Cumberland lying within a line drawn from the 
point where the River Severn cuts the western bound- 
ary of Shropshire; northeastwardly to Market Drayton 
(included); thence eastwardly by the northern bound- 
ary of Staffordshire to Harecastle; thence northwest- 
wardly to Middlewich (included); thence northwest- 
wardly through Warrington (included), Wigan 
(excluded), Preston (excluded), and Lancaster (ex- 
cluded), and extending in a straight line across a 
portion of Morecambe Bay to the southernmost point 
of Westmorland on the coast; thence along the Lanca- 
shire-Westmorland boundary northwardly and west- 
wardly to the Cumberland boundary; thence north- 
westwardly to St. Bees Head; and the following coun- 
ties in Wales: Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbigh- 
shire, Flintshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomery- 
shire; and the Isle of Man. 

London, England 

All of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire (including the Isle 
of Ely), Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckingham- 
shire, Oxfordshire, Surrey, East Sussex, and all coun- 
ties to the east thereof (Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, 
London, Middlesex, East SufTolk, and West Suffolk); 
that portion of Berkshire to the east of a line drawn 
through Reading (included) to the Surrey-Hampshire 
boundary; and that portion of West Sussex to the east 
of a line drawn from the Surrey-Hampshire boundary 
southeastwardly to Littlehampton (included). 

Manchester, England 

Those portions of Cheshire and Lancashire that lie 
to the east of a line drawn from the west end of the 
southernmost section of the Westmorland-Lancashire 
boundary southeastwardly to Lancaster, Preston, 
and Wigan (these three cities included), thence to 
Warrington and Middlewich (these two excluded) 
and thence to the Staffordshire boundary at Hare- 
castle (southeast of I-awton); all of Derbyshire; of 
Lincolnshire, the Parts of Kesteven, the Parts of 
Holland, and that portion of the Parts of Lindsey 
lying south of a line drawn from the northernmost 
point of Nottinghamshire eastwardly to the sea at 
Saltfieet (excluded); all of Nottinghamshire; of York- 
shire, that portion of West Riding that lies west and 
northwest of a line drawn from Colne (in Lancashire) 
to Hawes (in North Riding) and that portion of West 
Riding that lies south of a line drawn from the point 
common to the boundaries Cheshire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to Penistone (included). Barns- 



ley (included), and Thorne (excluded), and thence 
southwardly to the northernmost point of Notting- 
hamshire. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

All of Durham, Northumberland, and Westmor- 
land; that part of Cumberland to the north of a line 
drawn from the point common to the boundaries of 
Cumberland, Lancashire, and Westmorland north- 
westwardly to St. Bees Head; and the city (county 
borough) of Middlesbrough in the North Riding of 
Yorkshire. 

Plymouth, England 

The counties of Devon and Cornwall (including the 
Scilly Isles). 

Southampton, England 

All of Hampshire (administrative county of South- 
ampton and the Isle of Wight); all of Dorsetshire; and 
those portions of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the 
south of a line drawn from a point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Dorsetshire, and Somerset- 
shire, northeastwardly to Marlborough in Wiltshire 
(included), and continued through Didcot, in Berk- 
shire (included), to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire bound- 
ary; thence southwardly along said boundary to Read- 
ing; and thence southeastwardly from Reading (ex- 
cluded) to the Hampshire-Surrey boundary; that 
portion of West Sussex which lies west of a line drawn 
from the Hampshire-Surrey boundary southeast- 
wardly to Littlehampton (excluded); and the Channel 
Islands. 

(Apia) 
Aden 

The colony and protectorate of Aden, including the 
Hadramaut and the Islands Perim, Socotra, and Abdul 
Quri; (informally) Yemen, Kamaran Island, and 
British Somaliland Protectorate. 

Colombo, Ceylon 
All of Ceylon. 

Hong Kong 

The British colony of Hong Kong and the Portu- 
guese colony of Macau. 

Penang. Straits Settlements ' 

The settlement of Penang (including Penang Island 
and Province Wellesley), the Federated Malay State 
of Perak, and the Unfederated Malay States of Kedah 
and Perils. 

Rangoon, Burma 

All of Burma, including British Burma, the Feder- 
ated Shan States, the Karenni States, and tribal and 
other territories now directly administered by the 
Governor of Burma or unadministered. 

Singapore 

Singapore (including the Cocos or Keeling Islands, 
and Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean [latitude 
10°30' south, longitude 105°40' east]), Malacca, and 
Labuan; the Federated Malay States of Negri Sem- 

> Pending the reestablishment of an office at Penang, the former Penang Consular District has been placed 
within the jurisdiction of the Consulate General at Singapore. 



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bilan, Pahang,' and Selangor; the Unfederated Malay 
States of Johore, Kelantan, and Trengganu; the State 
of North Borneo, Brunei, and Sarawak. 

(Africa) 
Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa 
The Gold Coast and Togoland (British mandate). 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and Cameroons 
(British mandate). 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Protectorate, the Seychelles and adjacent 
British islands, Tanganyika Territory (British man- 
date), Zanzibar (including Pemba), and the island of 
Mauritius. 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Colony, Uganda, and Italian Somaliland. 

(Baharoasl 
Nassau. N. P. 

All of the. Bahama Islands. 

(Bermuda) 
Hamilton 

All of Bermuda. 

(British Guiana) 
Georgetown 
All of British Guiana. 

(British Honduras) 
Belize 

All of British Honduras. 

(Fiji IslandH) 
Suva 

The Fiji Islands; the British Solomon Islands; the 
Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony; and the Kingdom 
of Tonga. 

(Newfoundland) 
St. JoIinV 

All of Newfoundland and Labrador. 
(West Indies) 
Antigua, Leeward Islands. British West Indies 

The British Leeward Islands, comprising the presi- 
dencies (a) Antigua, with Barbuda and Redonda, 
(b) St. Christopher- Nevis (St. Kitts-Xevis), with 
Anguilla, (c) Montserrat, and (d) the British Virgin 
Islands (Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost van 
Dykes, Peter, Salt, etc.). 

Barbados, British West Indies 
The island of Barbados. 

Grenada, British West Indies 

The British Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Vin- 
cent, St. Lucia, and Dominica) including the Grena- 
dines (Bequia, Cannouan, Carriacou, Mayreau, Mus- 
tique. Union, etc.). 

Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies 

Jamaica and its dependencies (Turks and Caicos 
Islands, Cayman Islands, etc.). 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British Westlndies 

Trinidad and Tobago. 



GREECE 

Athens 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Achaia, Arcadia, Argolis- 
Corinthia, Attica-Boeotia, Chios, Cyclades, Euboea, 
Laconia, Larisa, Lesbos (except the Island of Lemnos), 
Phthiotis-Phokis (except the eparkhia (district) of 
Doris), Samos, Trikkala, the eparkhia (district) of 
Evrytanias in the Nomos of Aetolia-Acarnania; the 
island of Crete which comprises the Nomoi of Candia 
(Heraclion), Canea, Lasithion, and Retimo; and the 
Italian Islands in the Aegean (Isole Italiane dell' 
Egeo)— the Dodecanese Islands and the island of 
Castelrosso (Castellorizzo). 

Patras 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Aetolia-Acarnania (except 
the eparkhia (district) of Evrytanias), Arta, Cepha- 
lonia, Corfu, Elis, Messina, Preveza, Yaimina, and 
Zante; and the eparkhia of Doris in the Nomos of 
Phthiotis-Phokis. 

Salonika (Thessalonike) 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Drama, Evros, Fiorina, 
Kavalla, Khalkidike, Kozani, Pellis, Rodopi, Salonika 
(Thessalonikes), and Serres, and the island of Lemnos 
in the Nomos of Lesbos. 



GUATEMALA 



Guatemala 

All of Guatemala. 



Port-au-Prinre 

All of the Republic of Haiti. 



HONDURAS 
La Ceiba 

The portions of the departments of Atiantida and 
Yoro that lie east of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' west of Greenwich; the 
departments Colon and Bay Islands; and the comarca 
of La Mosquitia. 

San Pedro Sula 

The portions of the departments of AtMntida and 
Yoro that lie west of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, placing New Tela 
in the San Pedro Sula district, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' we.'^t of Greenwich; the 
department of Comayagua (north of latitude 14°30' 
north), CortSs, Santa Barbara, Copfin, Gracias, and 
Ocotepeque. 

Tegucigalpa 

The departments of Tegucigalpa, Comayagua (south 
of latitude 14°30' north), Intibucd, La Paz, Valle 
Choluteca, EI Paraiso, and Olancho. 



HUNGARY 



Budapest 

All of Hungary. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



Reykjavik 
AU of Iceland. 



INDIAi 
Bombay 

Bombay Presidency; Baroda (Indian state); Central 
India Agency (Indian states); Central Provinces and 
Berar; Deccan States Agency (Indian states); Gujerat 
States Agency (Indian states); Gwalior (Indian state); 
Kolhapur (Indian state); A\estern India States Agency 
(Indian states); in the Eastern States Agency (Indian 
states), the states formerly in the Central Provinces; 
in Rajputana Agency (Indian states), Danta and 
Palanpur; and Portuguese India (Damao, Diu, and 
Goa). 

Cnlciilta 

Bengal Presidency and Indian states; Assam; Bihar 
(which includes Chota Nagpur); Delhi; Orissa; Sik- 
kim (Indian stale); United Provinces of Agra and 
Oudh and Indian states in Eastern States Agency 
(Indian states), the feudatory states formerly in Orissa 
and Chota Nagpur, in Punjab, the Simla district; 
Bhutan (independent border state); Nepal (independ- 
ent border kingdom); the French settlement of Chan- 
dernagor; and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 

Karachi 

Sind; Ajmer-Merwara; Baluchistan; Baluchistan 
Agency (Indian states); Jammu and Kashmir (Indian 
states); Northwest Frontier Province and Indian 
states; Punjab (governor's province) except Simla 
district, and Indian states (including Simla Hill 
states); Punjab States Agency (Indian states); Raj- 
putana Agency (Indian states) except the states Danta 
and Palanpur. 

Madras 

Madras Presidency; Madras States Agency (Indian 
states); Coorg; Hyderabad (Indian state); Mysore 
(Indian state); and the French settlements of Karikal, 
Mahg, Pondichfery, and Yanaon. 



IRAN 
Tabriz 

The Third and Fourth Provinces, consisting of the 
following districts: Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Mahabad, 
Maragheh, Rezaieh, and Tabriz. 



Tehran 

All of Iran except the Third 



Fourth Provinces. 



IRAQ 
Baghdad 

All of Iraq except the Districts (Liwas) of Amara, 
Muntafiq, and Basra. 



Basra 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Muntaflq, and 
Basra, and in Arabia (informally), Kuwait. 



IRELAND (EIRE 



Cork 

The Province of Munster. 



The Provinces of Leinster and Coimaught; and the 
Counties of Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal. 



Florence 

The Provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forll. Modena, 
Ravenna, and Reggio nell' Emilia, in the Comparti- 
mento of Emilia; the Provinces of Arezzo, Firenze 
(Florence), Grosseto, Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca. 
Massa e Carrara, Pisa Pistoia, and Siena, in the Coro- 
partimento of Toscana (Tuscany), and the Republic 
of San Marino. 

Genua 

The Provinces of Qenova (Genoa), Imperia, Savona, 
and La Spezia, in the Compartimento of Ligiiria. 

Milan 

The Provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cre- 
mona, Mftntova, Milano (Milan), Pavia, Sondrio, and 
Varese, in the Compartimento ol Lombardia (Lom- 
bardy); and the Provinces of Parma and Piacenza in 
the Compartimento of Emilia. 

Naples 

The Provinces of Avellino, Beiievento, N4poli 
(Naples), and Salerno, in the Compartimento of 
Campania; the Provinces of Bari, Brindisi, Foggia, 
lonio (Taranto), and Lecce, in the Compartimento of 
Piiglie (Apulia); the Provinces of Matera and Potenza, 
in the Compartimento of Lucania; the Provinces of 
Catanzaro, Cosenza, and Reggio di CalSbrie, in the 
Compartimento of Calabrie; and in Africa, Italian 
Libya (Libia Italiana), comprising Tripolitania and 
Cirenaica. 

Palermo 

The island Compartimento of Sicilia (Sicily), com- 
prising the Provinces of Agrigento (Girgenti), Cal- 
tanissetta, Catania, Enna (Castrogiovanni), Messina, 
Palermo, Ragusa, Siracusa (Syracuse), and Trapani. 

Rome 

The Provinces of Frosinone, Littoria, Rieti, Roma 
(Rome), and Viterbo, in the Compartimento of LSzio; 
the Provinces of Perugia and Term, in the Comparti- 
mento of Umbria; the Provinces of Ancona, Ascoll 
Piceno, Macerata, and Pesaro e Urbino, in the Com- 
partimento of Marche; the Provinces of Aquila degli 
Abruzzi, Campobasso, Chieti, Pescara, and Teramo, 
in the Compartimento of Abruzzi e Molise; the Prov- 
inces of Cagliari, Nuoro, and S:\ssari, in the island 
(and comprising the Compartimento) of Sardegna 
(Sardinia). 



Trieste 

The Provinces of Carnaro (Flume), Qorlzia, Istria 
(Pola), Trieste, and Zara, in the Compartimento of 
Venezia Giulia e Zara; and the Province of Friuli 
(Udine) in the Compartimento of Veneto. 
• All inquiries requiring correspondence with an ofBcial of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to 
the Embassy at New Delhi. 



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Turin 

The Provinces of Alessandria, Aosta, A.sti, Cuneo, 
Novara, Torino (Turin), and Vercelli, in the Comparti- 
mento of Piemonte ( Piedmont) . 

Venice ' 

The Provinces of Belluno, Padova, Rovigo, Tre- 
viso, Venezia (Venice), Verona, and Vicenza, in the 
Compartimento of Veneto; the Provinces of Bolzano 
and Trento, in the Compartimento of Venezia Triden- 
tina. 



JAPAN 2 

Kobe, Japan ' 

That part of the Prefecture of Hyogo not contained 
in the Osaka consular district; the Prefectures of Shi- 
mane, Tottori, Hiroshima, Okayama, Kagawa, Toku- 
shima, Ehime, Kochi, Yamaguchi, Fukuoka, Saga, 
Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, 
and Okinawa (the Ryukyu Islands being included in 
the two last-named prefectures). 

Osaka, Japan ' 

The Prefectures of Miye, Ishikawa, Toyama, Gifu, 
Aichi, Osaka, Wakayama, Nara, Kyoto, Shiga, Fukui, 
the Prefecture of Nagano except the gun (county) of 
Kitasaku (the principal cities of which are Iwamurata, 
Karuisawa, and Komoro), and in the Prefecture of 
Hyogo, the gun (county) of Kawabe, and that part of 
the gun (county) of Mukocomprising thecity of Ama- 
gasaki, the mura (villages) of Osho, Muko, Ryogen, 
Koto, Kawaragi, Naruo, the city of Nishinomiya, and 
the mura (village) of Seido. 

Tokyo, Japan ' 

The Prefectures of Yamanashi, Chiba, Tokyo, Sai- 
tama, Ibaraki, Gumma, Tochigi, Niigata, Fukushima, 
Yamagata, Miyagi, Akita, Iwate, Aomori, and in the 
Prefecture of Nagano the gun (county) of Kitasaku 
(the principal cities of which are Iwamurata, Karui- 
sawa, and Komoro) ; Hokkaido and the adjacent islands 
to the north; and the islands in the North Pacific 
Ocean to the administration of which by Japan, pur- 
suant to a mandate of the League of Nations, the Gov- 
ernment of the United States consented, subject to the 
provisions of the treaty with Japan concerning the 
island of Yap concluded February 11, 1922. 

Yokohama, Japan ' 

The Prefectures of Shizuoka i 



ad Kanagawa. 



Seoul 

All of Korea. 



Beirut 

All of Lebanon. 



Monrovia 

All of Liberia. 



LUXEMBOURG 

Luxembourg 
All of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. 



MEXICO 
Agua Prieta, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the west 
and south by a line drawn from the international 
boundary at 110° west longitude, due south to the 
Naco-Cananea railway, thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and Cananea included), thence 
in the following directions which are true, south to the 
latitude of Mututicachi, east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north lati 
tude, and east to the Sonota-Chihuahua boundary. 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua 

That portion of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
Siouth and east of a line drawn from the Sonora bound- 
ary through Madera to Sauz (both towns included); 
thence northeastwardly through, and excluding, San 
Antonio on the Rio Grande. 

Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 

That part of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
north of a line drawn through Madera to Sauz (both 
towns excluded); thence northeastwardly thropgh, 
and including, San Antonio on the Rio Grande. 

Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That part of the State of Zacatecas lyin.g to the south 
of latitude 22°, all of the State of Jalisco except that 
portion lying north of 22° north latitude and east of 
the meridian of 103°30' west longitude, and the State 
of Colima. 

Guaymae, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying south of lati- 
tude 29°, and the southern territory of Baja California 
(south of latitude 28°). ^ 

MatamoroB, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying north of 
latitude 24° north, except the portion that lies west and 
northwest of a line drawn from a point at latitude 24° 
north, longitude 99° west of Greenwich, due north to 
the boundary of Nuevo Leon, and except the portion 
that lies north and northwest of a line drawn from the 
international boundary at 97°40' west longitude in a 
southwesterly direction to El Chapul (excluded) and 
thence to Laguna de Indios (in the State of Nuevo 
Leon). 

Mazatlan, Sinaloa 

The States of Sinaloa and Nayarit, and that part of 
the State of Durango lying west of a line drawn from 
the point on the Zacatecas-Durango boundary where 



1 Closed. 

'The Branch of the Office of U.S. Political Adviser to Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, at Yokohama, 
performs certain limited consular services. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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It is intercepted by the Tropic of Cancer, thence drawn 
due west to the meridian of 105° west longitude, thence 
to St. Oregorio (excluded) and to Ouanacevici (ex- 
cluded) and thence due northwest to the Durango- 
Chihuahua boundary. 

Merida, Yucatan 

The States of Campeche and Yucat4n and the terri- 
tory of Quintana Roo. 

Mexicali, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north and east of a line 
drawn from the intersection of the international 
boundary and the meridian of 116° west longitude due 
south to the parallel of 32° north latitude, and thence 
to a point on the west shore of the Gulf of California at 
latitude 30° north; also that part of the State of Sonora 
lying west of 113° west longitude. 

Mexico. D. F. 

The States of Quer6taro, Hidalgo, Puebla, Tlaxcala, 
Morelos, Mexico, Michoacan, Guerrero, and the Fed- 
eral District; and that part of the State of Oaxaca west 
of a line drawn from the point common to the bound- 
aries of the States of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and Puebla, in 
a southeasterly direction to a point at 96° west longi- 
tude and 17° north latitude, and thence due south to 
the Pacific Ocean. 

Monterrey, Nuevo Le6n 

The State of Nuevo Leon, except the portion that 
lies north and northwest of a line drawn across the 
State, through Golondrinas and ParSs, leaving Oolon- 
drinas within, and Paras without, the Monterrey 
consular district, and except that part of the State that 
lies to the northeast of a line drawn from El Chapul (in 
the State of Tamaulipas) westwardly to Laguna de 
Indios and to China (both excluded), thence to Aguale- 
guas (included), and thence to Ciudad Mier (in the 
State of Tamaulipas); that part of the State of Tamau- 
lipas lying west and northwest of a line drawn from a 
point at latitude 24° north, longitude 99° west of 
Greenwich, due north to the Nuevo Leon boundary; 
that part of the State of Coahuila bounded on the 
north, west, and south, by a line drawn from the Nuevo 
Leon boimdary westwardly through a point just south 
of Monclovato but excluding Cuatro Cifinegas, thence 
southwardly to and including Parras, thence south- 
eastwardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas 
boundary to the point common to Coahuila, Nuevo 
Leon, and Zacatecas; and that part of the State of 
Zacatecas that lies east of a north-south line drawn 
through and including Mazapil. 

Nogales, .Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the east, 
south, and west by a line drawn from the international 
boundary at 110° west longitude, due south to the 
Naco-Cananea railway, thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and Cananea excluded), thence 
in the following directions which are true, south to the 
latitude of Mututicachi, east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north lati- 
tude, west to the meridian of 113° west longitude, and 
thence north to the international boundary. 



Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas that lies north 
and northwest of a line drawn from the international 
boundary through Ciudad Mier (excluded) to Aguale- 
guas (in the State of Nuevo Leon); and that part of 
the State of Nuevo Leon lying north and northwest 
of a line drawn across the State, through Golondrinas 
(excluded) and Pards (included) . 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila 

That part of the State of Coahuila lying north and 
east of a line drawn from the Chihuahua boundary, 
east along the parallel of 28° north latitude to a point 
directly north of Tanque (included), thence south- 
easterly to La Reforma (excluded) and to Cuatro 
Citoegas (included), and thence by a straight line 
through a point just south of Monclova to the Nuevo 
Leon boundary. 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas bounded on 
the east by a line drawn from the international bound- 
ary at 97°40' west longitude in a southwesterly direc- 
tion to El Chapul (included) and thence to Laguna de 
Indios (in the State of Nuevo Leon), and bounded on 
the west by a line drawn from the international bound- 
ary through Ciudad Mier (included) to Agualeguas 
(in the State of Nuevo Leon); and that part of the 
State of Nuevo Leon lying to the northeast of a line 
drawn from El Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) 
westwardly to Laguna de Indios and to China (both 
included), thence to Agualeguas (excluded^, and from 
Agualeguas to Ciudad Mier (in the State of Tamau- 
lipas). 

San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potoei 

The State of San Luis Potost, except that portion 
lying to the east of a line drawn due north and south 
through, but excluding, the town of Tamazopo (ap- 
proximately in longitude 99°25' west of Greenwich); 
the States of Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, that part 
of the State of Zacatecas lying to the south of the Tropic 
of Cancer, and to the north of the parallel of 22° north 
latitude, and that part of the State of Jalisco lying to 
the north of latitude 22° but east of the meridian of 
103°30' west longitude. 

Tampico, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying south of 
latitude 24°; that part of the State of Veracruz lying 
northwestward of the Rio Cazones; and that part of 
the State of San Luis Potosi lying to the east of a line 
drawn north and south through, and including, the 
town of Tamazopo (approximately in longitude y9°25' 
west of Greenwich). 

Tijuana, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north of latitude 28° 
and south and west of a line drawn from the inter- 
section of the international boundary and the meridian 
of 116° west longitude due south to the parallel of 32° 
north latitude, and thence to a point on the west shore 
of the Gulf of California at latitude 30° north. 

Torre<5n, Coahuila 

Those parts of the States of Coahuila, Durango, and 
Zacatecas lying within the following boundaries: The 
parallel of 28° north latitude from the Chihuahua 



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boundary east to a point directly north of Tanque 
(excluded); thence southeasterly to La Reforma (in- 
cluded) and to Cuatro Citaegas (excluded); thence 
southwardly to Parras (excluded); thence southeast- 
wardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just west 
of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas bound- 
ary to a point directly north of Mazapil, Zacatecas; 
thence directly south on a line throuRh Mazapil (ex- 
cluded) to the Zacatecas-San Luis Potosi boundary; 
thence southwestwardly on the Zacatecas-San Luis 
Potosi boundary to the Tropic of Cancer; thence due 
west on the Tropic of Cancer to the Zacatecas-Durango 
boundary and continuing due west along the Tropic 
of Cancer in the State of Durango to the meridian of 
105° west longitude; thence to St. Gregorio (included) 
and to Quanacevi (included) and thence due north- 
west to the Durango-Chihuahua boundary; thence 
following the Chihuahua-Durango boundary to the 
point where they touch the Coahuila boundary; thence 
north along the Chihuahua-Coahuila boundary to 
latitude 28^ 

Veracruz, Veracruz 

The State of Veracruz, except the part lying north 
westward of the Rio Cazones; the States of Chiapas 
and Tabasco; and that part of the State of Oaxaca east- 
ward of a line drawn from the point common to the 
boundaries of the States of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and 
Puebla, in a southeasterly direction to a point at 96° 
west longitude and 17° north latitude, and thence due 
south to the Pacific Ocean. 



MOROCCO 
Casablanca 

The zone of the French Protectorate in Morocco. 

Tangier 

The international zone of Tangier, and the Spanish- 
protected territory in Morocco. 



NETHERLANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 
Amsterdam 

The Provinces of North Holland, Drenthe, Fries- 
land, Gelderland, Groningen, Overijsscl, and Utrecht. 

Rotterdam 

The Provinces of South Holland, Lira burg, North 
Brabant, and Zeeland. 



(Asia) 
tatavia, Java, Netherlands Indies 
All of the Netherlands East Indies. 



(America) 
Curasao, West Indies 

All of the islands comprising the Netherlands posses- 
sion Curacao, namely, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, 
Saba, St. Eustatius, and that portion of St. Martin 
belonging to the Netherlands. 

I Closed. 



Paramaribo, Surinam 

All of Surinam (Netherlands Guiana). 

NEW ZEALAND 

Auckland 

All of Auckland Province in North Island. 
Wellington 

In North Island, the Provinces of Wellington, 
Hawke's Bay, and Taranaki, and all of South Island 
and Stewart Island. Also Nine, Mandated Territory 
of Western Samoa, Auckland Islands, Chatham 
Islands, Cook Islands, Kermadec Islands, Union 
Islands (Tokelau), and Pitcairn Island. 

Christchurch (consular agency): In South Island, the 
Provinces of Westland and Canterbury and that part 
of the Provinces of Nelson and Marlborough south of 
42° south latitude. 

Dunedin (consular agency): Otago Province in 
South Island and Stewart Island. 



NICARAGUA 



Managua 
All of Nicaragua. 



Bergen' 

The Provinces of Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og 
Fjordane, and that portion of the Province of M(!(re 
known as Sunnm^re. 

Oslo 

The Provinces of Akershus, Aust-Agder, Buskerud, 
Finnmark, Hedmark, Nordland, Nord-Tr0ndelag, 
Opland, S0r-Tr«indelag, Vest-Agder, Vestfold. Tele- 
mark, Troms, 0stfold, and that portion of the Province 
of Mdre known as Nordm^re; the island of Jan Mayen 
and the Archipelago of Svalbard (Spitsbergen) 



PALESTINE AND TRANSJORDAN 

Jerusalem 

All of Palestine and Transjordan. 



Asuncion 

All of Paraguay. 



Lima 

All of Peru. 



PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

Manila 

All of the Philippine Islands. 



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\i arsaw 
All of Poland. 



PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 
Funchal, Madeira 

The Madeira Islands. 
Lisbon 

The administrative districts of Beja, Castelo Branco, 
Evora, Faro (Algarve), Leiria, Lisboa, Portalegre, 
Santar6m, and Setubal; the Cape Verde Islands; and 
in Africa, Portuguese Guinea, and the Portuguese 
possessions of St. Thomas Island (SSo Tom6), and 
Prince's Island (Principe). 

Oporto 

The administrative districts of Aveiro, Braga, 
Braganca, Coimbra, Guarda, Porto, Viana do Castelo, 
Vila Real, and Vizeu. 

Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel (St. Michael), Azores 

All of the Azores (Acores). 

(Possessions) 
LourenQo Marques, Mozambique 

Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa). 
Luanda (Loanda), Angola, Africa 

Angola (including Cabtada). 



RUMANIA 



Bucharest 

All of Rumania. 



SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 
Jidda 

All of Saudi Arabia. 
Dhahran 

This Consulate has no separate consular district in 
Saudi Arabia. Functioning under the Legation at 
Jidda, it is authorized to perform services on an in- 
formal basis in the Bahrein Islands, Oman (Muscat), 
Qatar, and the Trucial Coast. 



Bangkok 

Allof Siam. 



SPALN 
Barcelona 

The Provinces of Barcelona, Gerona, Huesca, 
Lerida, Tarragona, Zaragoza, and the Balearic Is- 
lands; in Africa, the Spanish territory comprising Rio 
de Oro, Ifni, and Rio Mmii and the islands of Fernando 
Po, Great and Little Elobey, Corisco, and Annobon; 
and the Republic of Andorra. 



Bilbao 

The Provinces of Alava, Burgos, Quipuzcoa, Leon, 
Logrofio, Navarra, Ovideo, Palencia, Santander, and 
Vizcaya. 

Madrid 

The Provinces of Avila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, 
Guadalajara, Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia, Soda, 
Toledo, and Valladolid. 

Malaga 

The Provinces of Granada, Jata, Malaga, and 
Almeria. 

Seville 

The Provinces of Badajoz, CSceres, Cadiz, Cordoba, 
Huelva, and Sevilla. 

Tenerife, Canary Islands 

All of Canary Islands. 
Valencia 

The Provinces of Albacete, Alicante, Castellon, 
Murcia, Teruel, and Valencia. 

Vigo 

The Provinces of Corufia, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, 
and Zamora. 



SWEDEN 
Goteborg 

The Lane (provinces) of Alvsborg, Blekinge, Gote- 
borg och Bohus, Halland, Jonkoping, Kalmar, Krist- 
ianstad, Koronberg, Malmohus, Skarahorg, and 
Varmland, and the town of Hallefors in the Lane of 
Orebro. 

Stockholm 

The Lane (provinces) of Jamtland, Viisternorrland, 
GSvleborg, Kopparberg, Uppsala, Vastmanland, 
Stockholm, Orebro (except the town of Hallefors), 
Sodermanland, Ostergotland, Gotland, Norrbotten, 
and Vasterbotten. 



SWITZERLAND 

Basel 

The Cantons of Basel and Solothurn. 
Bern 

The Cantons of Bern, Fribourg, and Neuch&tel 
Geneva 

The Cantons of Geneva, Valais, and Vaud. 
Ziirich 

The Cantons of Aargau, Schaflhausen, Ziirich, Zug, 
Glarus, Ticino, Thurgau, Appenzell, St. Gallen, 
Graubunden, Luzern, Unterwalden, Uri, and Schwyz, 
and the Principality of Liechtenstein. 



Damascus 

All of Syria. 



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TURKEY 

Istanbul (Constantinople) ' 

The vilayets on the Straits, namely, Istanbul (Con- 
stantinople) and Canakkale (Dardanelles), including 
ImroE Adasi (the Island of Imbros) and Bozca Ada (the 
Island of Tenedos); the three vilayets situated wholly 
in Europe, namely, Edirne (Adrianople), Kirklareli, 
and Tekirdag (Rodosto); and the following vilayets in 
Asia: Afri, Amasya, Ankara (Angora), Balikesir, 
Bilecik, Bingdl, BitUs, Bolu, Bursa (Brusa), Cankiri, 
Coruh, Corum, Diyarbekir, Eldziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, 
Eskijehir, Giresun, Qumiijane, Kars, Kastamonu, 
Kirjehir, Kocaeli, Muf, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, 
Slvas, Tokat, Trabzon (Trebizond), Tunceli, T'an, 
Yozgat, and Zonguldak. 

Izmir (Smyrna) 

The following vilayets, all in Asia: Adana (or Sey- 
han), Afyon Karahisar, Antalya, Aydin, Burdur, 
Denizli, Gaziantep, Hakkftri, Hatay, I?el, Isparta, 
Izmir (Smyrna), Kayseri, Konya, Kiitahya, Malatya, 
Manisa, Mara?, Mardin, Mugla, Nigde, Siirt, and 
Urfa. 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Capetown, Cape Province 

The Province of the Cape of Good Hope, except the 
part that lies eastward of a line drawn from the point 
where the meridian of 25° east longitude intersects the 
southern boundary of the Orange Free State due south 
to 31° north latitude, thence due west to 24° east longi- 
tude, and thence due south to the sea; the Bcchuana- 
land Protectorate; the mandated territory of South- 
West Africa; and the islands of St. Helena, Ascension, 
and Tristan da Cunha. 

Durban, Natal 
Natal and Basutoland. 

Johannesburg, Transvaal 

The Transvaal; Orange Free State; Swaziland; 
Southern Rhodesia; Northern Rhodesia; and Nyasa- 
land Protectorate. 



Port Elizabeth, Cape Province 

That part of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope 
that lies eastward of a line drawn from the point where 
the meridian of 25° east longitude intersects the south- 
ern boundary of the Orange Free State due south to 
31° north latitude, thence due west to 24° east longi- 
tude, and thence due south to the sea. 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 
Moscow 

All of the Soviet Union except the city of Vladivos- 
tok. 

Vladivostok 
The city of Vladivostok. 



Montevideo 
All of Uruguay. 



VENEZUELA 

Caracas 

The States of Anzoategui, Apure, Aragua, Barinas 
(Zamora), Bolivar, Carabobo, Cojedes, Guarico, Lara, 
Miranda, Monagas, Nueva Esparta, Portuguesa, 
Sucre, and Yaracuy; the Territories of Amazonas and 
Delta Amacuro; the Federal District and the Federal 
Dependencies. 

Maracaibo 

The States of Falcon, Mfirida, Tdchira, Trujillo, and 
Zulia. 



YUGOSLAVIA 
Belgrade 

The People's Republics of Macedonia, Montenegro, 
and Serbia (including the autonomous province of 
V^ojvodina (Voivodina) and the autonomous region of 
Kosovo and Metohija). 

Zagreb 

The People's Republics of Croatia, Slovenia, and 
Bosnia-Hercegovina. 



I The vilayets printed in italics comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes 
from the jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey. 



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75 



Allocation of Provinces, States, etc., to Consular Districts 

(This list contains only those countries the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to 
consular districts. Consular agencies do not appear since their districts are included within the dis- 
tricts of the offices to which the agencies are subordinate.) 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFGHANISTAN 
All of Afghanistan Kabul 



AFRICA • 

(Including related islands) 
Counines, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

Algeria (including the Terri- 
tories of the South) Algiers, Algeria 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan »... Cairo, Egypt 

Angola (including Cabinda) Luanda, Angola 

Annobon (island) Barcelona, Spain 

Ascension (island) .-. Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Basutoland Durban, Natal 

Bechuanaland Protectorate Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Belgian Congo Leopold ville, Belgian 

Congo 

British Somaliland Protecto- 
rate -.- Aden 

Cabinda. See Angola. 

Cameroons (Br. mandate) Lagos, Nigeria 

Cameroons (Fr. mandate) Paris 

Canary Islands. See Canary 
Islands, post. 

Cape of Good Hope Province. 
See Union of South Africa, 
post. 

Cape Verde Islands Lisbon, Portugal 

Chad (Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Comoro Islands Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Corisco (island) Barcelona, Spain 

Dahomey (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Dakar, Circumscription of (Fr. 

W.Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Egypt. See Egypt, post. 

Elobey Islands, Great and 
Little Barcelona, Spain 

Eritrea Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 

Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 

Fernando Po (island) Barcelona, Spain 

French Equatorial Africa Paris 

French Guinea [Guinfee fran- 

Calse] (Fr. W. Africa). Dakar, French West 

Africa 
' For convenience of reference and economy of space, the colonies, protectorates, etc., in the continent of Africa 

and related islands are entered under Africa rather than separately under the names of the numerous political 

and geographical entities concerned. For the independent countries of Africa, the Union of South .\frira, and 

certain islands near Africa, including those on which there are American consular offlces, separate entries arc 

made under their respective names. 
' Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular office indicated . 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFRICA — Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

French Somali Coast... Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 

French Sudan [Soudan francais] 

(Fr. W, Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

French West Africa Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Gabon (Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Gambia (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Glorious Islands [lies Olori- 
euses] Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Gold Coast (Br. W. Africa) Accra, Gold Coast 

Ifni Barcelona, Spain 

Italian Somaliland Nairobi, Kenya 

Ivory Coast [Cote d'lvoire] 

(Fr.W. Africa).... Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Kenya Colony (Br. E. Africa).. Nairobi, Kenya 

Kenya Protectorate (Br. E. 
Africa) Mombasa, Kenya 

Liberia Monrovia, Liberia 

Libya [Libia Italiana] Naples, Italy 

Madagascar Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Madeira Islands Funchal, Madeira 

Mauritania (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Mauritius (island) Mombasa, Kenya 

Middle Congo [Moyen-Congo] 
(Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Morocco. See Morocco, post. 

Mozambique (Port. E. Africa). Lourengo Marques 

Natal. See Union of South 
Africa, post. 

Niger (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Nigeria (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Northern Rhodesia Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 

Nossi B6 Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 
Johannesburg, 
Transvaal 



Nyasaland Protectorate. 



Orange Free State. See Union 

of South Africa, post. 
Pemba. See Zanzibar. 
Portuguese Guinea 



Lisbon, Portugal 

Principe [Prince's Island] Lisbon, Portugal 



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AFRICA — Continued 
Countries, colonies, proteclorates, etc. 
Reunion (island) Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 
Rhodesia. See Northern Rho- 
desia and Southern Rhodesia. 

Rio de Oro Barcelona, Spain 

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea) Barcelona, Spain 

Ruanda-Urundi (Belgian man- 
date) Lfeopoldville.Belgian 

Congo 

St. Helena (island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Ste. Marie (island) Tananarive, Mada- 



Sgo Tome [St. Thomas] (island). Lisbon, Portugal 

Senegal (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 
Seychelles and adjacent British 

islands Mombasa, Kenya 

Sierra Leone (Br. W. Africa)... Lagos, Nigeria 
South Africa, Union of. See 

Union of South Africa, post. 
South- West Africa (mandate) . _ Capetown, Union of 
South Africa 

Southern Rhodesia.. Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 

Swaziland Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 
Tanganyika Territory (Br. man- 
date) Mombasa, Kenya 

Tangier (international zone). 

See Morocco, post. 

Togoland (Br. mandate) Accra, Gold Coast 

Togoland (Fr. mandate) Dakar, French West 

Africa 
Transvaal. See Union of South 

Africa, post. 

Tristan da Cunha (island)- Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia 

Ubangi-Shari [Oubanghi-Char] 

(Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris 

Uganda (Br. E. Africa) Nairobi, Kenya 

Union of South Africa. See 

Union of South Africa, post. 
Zanzibar (including Pemba) Mombasa, Kenya 



ANDORRA 

The Republic of Andorra Barcelona, Spain 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ARABIA 1 

Aden Colony and Protectorate.- Aden 

Bahrein Islands _ Dhahran ' 

Kuwait 3 Basra 

Oman (Muscat) Dhahran 2 

Qatar Dhahran 2 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Jidda 

Trucial Coast Dhahran 2 

Yemen 3 Aden and Jidda' 



All of Argentina- 



ARGENTINA 
Buenos Aires 



AUSTRALIA 



(Including appertaining islands) 
State (or tenitory) and mandated territory 

Federal Capital Territory Sydney 

Nauru (British mandate imder 

Australian administration)... Brisbane 
New Guinea, Territory of (Aus- 
tralian mandate) Brisbane 

New South Wales Sydney 

Norfolk Island Brisbane 

Northern Territory of Australia. Adelaide 

Papua, Territory of Brisbane 

Queensland Brisbane 



South Australia... 

Tasmania 

Victoria 

Western Australia 



AZORES 

All of the Azores (Acores) 



Adelaide 
Melbourne 
Melbourne 
Perth 



Ponta Delgada 



BAHAMAS 

All of the Bahama Islands Nassau 

BELGIUM 



Province > 
Antwerp [Anvers, Antwerpen]. Antwerp 

Brabant Brussels 

Flanders, East [Flandre Ori- 

entale, Oost Vlaanderen] Antwerp 

Flanders, West (Flandre Occi- 

dentale. West Vlaanderen] . Antwerp 
Hainaut (Hainaut, Uenegouw]. Brussels 
Lifige 8 [Ligge, Luik] Brussels 

1 For convenience of reference and economy of space, sultanates, kingdoms, etc., in Arabia are entered under 
Arabia as a regional entity rather than separately under the names of the political and geographical entities con- 
cerned. 

2 Dhahran functions under the Legation at Jidda and has no separate consular district but is authorized to per- 
form services on an informal basis in the areas indicated. 

' Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular oflflce indicated. 

* Commercial and economic matters handled by Aden; political matters handled by Jidda. 

5 The name first given is the form usually employed in English; the names in brackets are (I) the French name, 
and (2) the Flemish name. 

6 Includes the Cantons of Eupen and Malmfidy, which were ceded to Belgium by the Treaty of Vcr-sailles and 
joined to the Province of Lifige in accordance with a decree of March 6, 1926. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

BELGIUM— Continued 
Province 
Limburg [Limbourg, Limburg], Antwerp 
Luxembourg [Luxembourg, 

Luxemburg] Brussels 

Namur [Namur, Namen] Brussels 

BERMUDA 

All of the Bermudas - Hamilton 



BOLIVIA 

DepaTtment 

Beni Cochabamba 

Chuquisaca La Paz 

Cochabamba -. Cochabamba 

La Paz La Paz 

Oruro La Paz 

Pando Cochabamba 

Potosf -.. La Paz 

Santa Cruz Cochabamba 

Tarija La Paz 



BRAZIL 

State {or territory) 

Acre (ter.) Para [Belem], Para 

Alagoas. Pemambuco [Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Amazonas- - Para (Belem), Para 

Bahia. - --. Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 

Ceara. Fortaieza, Ceara 

Districto Federal Rio de Janeiro 

Espirito Santo -.. Victoria, Espirito 

Santo 
Fernando de Noronha (island).. Pernambuco [Recife], 
Pernambuco 

Goyaz Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Maranhao Para [Belem], Para 

Matto Grosso Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Minas Geraes Rio de Janeiro 

Para Para [Belem], Para 

Parahyba Pemambuco[Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Parana Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Pernambuco. Pernambuco[Recife], 

Pernambuco 
Piauhy: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 8° south lati- 
tude Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 
That portion of the State 
lying north of 8° south lati- 
tude... Para [Belem], Para 

Rio de Janeiro... Rio de Janeiro 

Rio Grande do Norte.. - Natal, Rio Grande 

do Norte 

> Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

BRAZIL— Continued 
State (or territory) 

Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Rio 

Grande do Sul 

Santa Catharina Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Sao Paulo: 

The port and municipality 
of Santos and the municipality 

of Sao Vicente Santos, Sao Paulo 

The State of Sao Paulo 
except the port and munici- 
pality of Santos and the 
municipality of Sao Vicente.. Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 
Sergipe Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 

BRITISH GUIANA 

Allot British Guiana. Georgetown 



BRITISH MALAYSIA 

Malayan Union, Singapore (in- 
cluding Cocos or Keeling 
Islands and Christmas Island 
in the Indian Ocean) , Sarawak, 
Brunei, and North Borneo... Singapore 



All of Bulgaria. 



BURMA 

All of Burma Rangoon 



CANARY ISLANDS 

All of Canary Islands Tenerife 



CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 

All of Cape Verde Islands Lisbon, Portugal 



CEYLON 
Allot Ceylon Colombo 



CHILE 

Province 

Aconcagua Valparaiso 

Antofagasta Antofagasta 

Arauco Santiago 

Atacama Antofagasta 

Aysen Santiago 



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CHILE— Continued 

PTovince 

Bfo-BIo Santiago 

Cautta Santiago 

Chilog Santiago 

Colchagua Santiago 

Concepcion Santiago 

Coquimbo _.. Valparaiso 

Curico _.- -. Santiago 

Linares Santiago 

Llanquihue Santiago 

Magallanes Santiago 

Malleco Santiago 

Maule Santiago 

Nuble.. Santiago 

O'Higgins Santiago 

Osomo Santiago 

Santiago Santiago 

Talca Santiago 

Tarapaca Santiago 

Valdivia Santiago 

Valparaiso- Valparaiso 



CHINA 
Province 

Anhwei--. Shanghai 

Antung. Mukden 

Chahar Tientsin 

Chekiang._. _ Shanghai 

Dairen Dairen 

Formosa. See Taiwan. 

Fukien Shanghai 

Heilungkiang Mukden 

Hokiang.- ._. Mukden 

Hpnan... _.. Hankow 

Hopeh: 

All of the Province except 

Greater Peiping (Tungchow 

[Tunghsien] and Mentoukou 

being part of Greater Peiping 

and in the Peiping Consular 

District) Tientsin 

Greater Peiping, including 

Tungchow [Tunghsiea] and 

Mentoukou Peiping 

Hsingan Mukden 

Hunan Hankow 

Hupeh.. Hankow 

Jehol Tientsin 

Kansu.._ Chungking 

Kiangsi Hankow 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

CHINA— Continued 

Province 

Kiangsu, except the Municipal 

Area of Nanking, including 

Pukow Shanghai 

Kirin Mukden 

Kokonor. See Tsinghai. 

Kwangsi Canton 

Kwantung Canton 

Kweichow Kunming 

Liaoning Mukden 

Liaopei Mukden 

Nlnghsia Tientsin 

Nunkiang... Mukden 

Port Arthur Naval Base.- Dairen 

Shansi Tientsin 

Shantung __ Tsingtao 

Shensi Hankow 

Sikang [Chwanpein] Chungking 

Sinkiang [Chinese Turkestan].. Tihwa 

Suiyuau-- Tientsin 

Sungkiang Mukden 

Szechwan Chungking 

Taiwan (Formosa) Taipei (Taihoku) 

Tibet Chungking 

Tsinghai (Kokonor) Chungking 

Yunnan...: Kunming 



COLOMBIA 

Province 
Deparfamento, intendencia, or comixaria 

Amazonas (com.) Bogota 

Arauca (com.) Bogota 

Antioquia (dept.) Medellin 

Atlantico (dept.) Barranquilla 

Bolivar (dept.)... Cartagena 

Boyaca (dept.). Bogota 

Caldas (dept.): 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment lying east of the Cauca 

River basin Bogota 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment not included in the 

Bogota consular district Call 

Caqueta (com.) Bogot& 

Cauca (dept.) Call 

Choco (int.) 

That portion of the Inten- 
dencia lying south of a line 
drawn directly eastward from 
El Valle (included) to the 
Atrato River.. Cali 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMIXISTEATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

COLOMBIA— Continued 

Province 
That portion of the Inten- 
dencia not included in the 

Cali consular district Medellin 

Cundinamarca (dept.) — Bogota 

Qoajira (com.) Barranquilla 

Huila (dept.)---- - - Bogota 

Magdalena (dept.) - - Barranquilla 

Meta (int.) Bogota 

Narino (dept.). - Cali 

Putumayo (com.) Bogota 

San Andres y Providencia (is- 
lands in the Caribbean) (int.)- Cartagena 

Santander (dept.) Barranquilla 

Santander del Norte (dept.) Barranquilla 

Tolima (dept.) Bogota 

VaUe (dept.)--. - CaU 

Vaupes (com.) Bogota 

V'ichada (com.) 



COSTA RICA 

Province 

.\lajuela--- San Jos§ 

Cartago San Jos6 

Guanacaste San Jose 

Heredia- San Jose 

Limon Port Limon 

Puntarenas San Jose 

Saa Jos6 San Jos6 



CUBA 

Province 

C amaguey Nuevitas 

Habana (including the Isle of 

Pines [Isla de Pinos]) Habana 

Matanzas .- Habana 

Oriente Santiago de Cuba 

Pinar del Eio Habana 

Santa Clara ..- Habana 



CURACAO (NETHERLANDS WEST INDIES) 

All of the Netherlands posses- 
sion of Curacao Curacao, W. I. 

CYPRUS 

All ofthe island of Cyprus i_.-. Port Said, Egypt 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

All of Czechoslovakia Praha 

DENMARK 



All of Denmark except Green- . 

land.. Copenhagen 

All of Greenland Godthaab 



EL SALVADOR 

All of El Salvador San Salvador 

Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular office indicated. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

All of the Dominican Republic. Ciudad Trujillo 



ECUADOR 

Promncias 
.A.rchipiglago de Colon (Gala- 
pagos Islands) Guayaquil 

Azuay -- Guayaquil 

Bolivar. - Quito 

Caiiar Guayaquil 

Carchi Quito 

Chimborazo --. Quito 

Cotopa.xi--_ Quito 

El Oro Guayaquil 

Esmeraldas.-- Guayaquil 

Galapagos Islands (Archipifilago 

de Colon) Guayaquil 

Guayas Guayaquil 

Imbabura Quito 

Loja.- Guayaquil 

Los RIos Guayaquil 

Manabi Guayaquil 

Pichincha Quito 

Tungurahua. - - Quito 



EGYFF 

Goiernorate or Mudirda 

Alexandria (gov.) Alexandria 

Aswan (mud.) Cairo 

Asyiit (mud.) Cairo 

Behera (mud.) Alexandria 

Beni Suef (mud.) Cairo 

Cairo (gov.) Cairo 

Canal (gov.). ... Port Said 

Damietta (gov.) Alexandria 

Daqahlia (mud.) Alexandria 

Fayum (mud.) Cairo 

Frontier Districts: 

The Frontier Districts (East- 
ern Desert, Egyptian Libyan 
Desert, Dakhla and Kharga 
Oases, etc.) except the Sinai 

peninsula. - - Cairo 

Sinai peninsula Port Said 

Gharbia (mud.) Alexandria 

Girga (mud.) Cairo 

Glza (mud.) .-. Cairo 

Menufia (mud.) Alexandria 

Minia (mud.) Cairo 

Qaliubia (mud.) Alexandria 

Qena (mud.) Cairo 

Sharqia (mud.)-.. Alexandria 

Suez (gov.) Port Said 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ETHIOPIA 
All of Ethiopia Addis Ababa 



FINLAND 
All of Finland Helsinki 



FRANCE 

Dipurtement 

Ain Lyon 

Aisne Paris 

Allier Lyon 

Alpes, Basses- Nice 

Alpes, Hautes- Nice 

Alpes-Mari times Nice 

Alsace. See Rhin, Has- and 
Rhin, Haul-. 

Ardeche Marseille 

Ardennes - Strasbourg 

Ariege Bordeaux 

Aube Paris 

Aude - Marseille 

Aveyron Marseille 

Belfort (ter.) Strasbourg 

Bouches-du-Rhone Marseille 

Calvados Cherbourg 

CantaL Lyon 

Charente Bordeaux 

Charente-Inffericure..- Bordeaux 

Cher Paris 

Correze Bordeaux 

Corse (island of Corsica) Marseille 

Cotc-d'Or Lyon 

C6tes-du-Nord Cherbourg 

Creuse.-. Bordeaux 

Deux-Sevres. See Sevres, Deux-. 

Dordogne.- Bordeaux 

Doubs Strasbourg 

Drome Marseille 

Eure Le Havre 

Eure-et-Loir Paris 

Finistere.. Cherbourg 

Qard Marseille 

Garonne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Qers --- Bordeaux 

Qironde Bordeaux 

H6rault Marseille 

lUe-et-Vilaine Cherbourg 

Indre... Paris 

Indre-et-Loire Paris 

Isere Lyon 

Jura Lyon 

Landes Bordeaux 

Loir-et-Cher Paris 

Loire Lyon 

Loire, Haute- Lyon 

Loire-Infferieure Paris 

Loiret Paris 

Lorraine. See Moselle. 

Lot Bordeaux 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

FRANCE— Continued 
DepaTtement 

Lot-et-Oaronne _.. Bordeaux 

Lozere Marseille 

Maine-et-Loire Paris 

Manche Cherbourg 

Marne Paris 

Marne, Haute- Strasbourg 

Mayenne _ C hcrbourg 

Meurthe-et-Moselle Strasbourg 

Meuse Strasbourg 

Morbihan Cherbourg 

Moselle Strasbourg 

Nievre Paris 

Nord Le Havre 

Oise.- Paris 

Orne _ Cherbourg 

Pas-de-Calais Lc Havre 

Puy-de-D6me Lyon 

Pyrfinfees, Basses Bordeaux 

Pyr6n6es, Hautes Bordeaux 

Pyr6n6es-Orientales Marseille 

Rhin, Bas- Strasbourg 

Rhin, Haut- Strasbourg 

Rhone Lyon 

Saone, Haute- Strasbourg 

Saone-et-Loire Lyon 

Sarthe Paris 

Savoie Lyon 

Savoie, Haute- Lyon 

Seine Paris 

Seine-Inf 6rieure Le Havre 

Seine-et-Marne.. Paris 

Seine-et-Oise.. Paris 

Sevres, Deux- Bordeaux 

Somme. Le Havre 

Tarn Marseille 

Tarn-et-Garonne Bordeaux 

Var.. Marseille 

Vaucluse. Marseille 

Vend6e Bordeaux 

Vienne Bordeaux 

Vienne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Vosges--- Strasbourg 

Yonne Paris 



FRENCH GUIANA 

All of French Guiana Martinique 



FRENCH INDOCHINA 

State 
Annam (including the following 
provinces): 

Binh Dinh Saigon 

Binh Thuan Saigon 

Ha Tinh .'.... Hanoi 

Khanh Hoa - Saigon 

Kon Toum Saigon 

Ngaean Hanoi 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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FRENCH INDOCHINA— Continued 



Quang Bing Hanoi 

Quang Nam Saigon 

Quang Ngal.- Saigon 

Quang Tri Hanoi 

Thanh Hoa- Hanoi 

Thua Thien Saigon 

Cambodia Saigon 

Cochinchina -- Saigon 

Laos (including the following 
provinces): 

Attopeu -- Saigon 

Bassac Saigon 

Haut Mekong Hanoi 

Huz Panh. Hanoi 

Kham Mon Hanoi 

Khong Saigon 

Luang Prabang Hanoi 

Muong Hou Hanoi 

Saravanne Saigon 

Savannakat Hanoi 

Tran Ninh Hanoi 

Vientiane Hanoi 

Tonkin.. Hanoi 



FRENCH WEST INDIES 

All of the French West Indies.. Martinique 



GERMANY 

State ("Land") or PTussian province 

Anhalt U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 

Baden Stuttgart 

Bavaria (Bayern): 

All of the State except the 

Palatinate [Pfalz] Munich 

All of the Palatinate [Pfalz]. Frankfort on the 
Main 

Berlin (Greater Berlin area) Berlin 

Brandenburg (Prussian prov.), 
which includes the border 
district Posen-West Prussia 
(Grenzmark Posen-West- 
preussen): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Occu- 
pation U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
That portion which is now 

administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 

Bremen . Bremen 

Brunswick (Braunschweig) Hamburg 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GERMANY— Continued 
State ("Land") or Prussian province 
Grenzmark Posen-Westpreus- 
sen. See under Branden- 
burg. 
Hamburg (Hamburg und sein 

Staatsgebiet) Hamburg 

Hanover (Hannover) (Prussian 
prov.): 

That portion of the Province 
of Hanover lying west of the 

Weser River Bremen 

Tha^portion of the Province 
of Hanover lying east of the 
Weser River (including 

Brunswick) Hamburg 

Hesse (Hessen).. Frankfort on the 

Main 
Hesse-Nassau (Hessen-Nassau) 
(Prussian prov.): 
All of the Province except 

the exclave Schmalkalden Frankfort on the 

Main 
Schmalkalden (Kreis).. U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
Hohenzollern (Prussian prov.).. Stuttgart 

Lippe Bremen 

Marienwerder. See Prussia, 
East. 

Mecklenburg U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 

Oldenburg Bremen 

Ostpreussen. See Prussia, 

East. 
Pfalz (Palatinate). See under 



Pomerania (Pommern) (Prus- 
sian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Oc- 
cupation U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
That portion which is now 

administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 

Posen-West Prussia. See under 

Brandenburg. 
Prussia. See names of constit- 
uent provinces. 
Prussia, East (Ostpreussen) 
(Prussian prov.), with the ex- 
ception of the former Regie- 
rungsbezirk Westpreussen 
that comprised the Kreise: 
Marienwerder, Marienburg, 
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GERMANY— Continued 
State ("Land") or Prussian province 
Prussia, East— Continued 
bing (the Stadtkreis and the 

Landkreis).- Under U. S. S. R. 

and Polish Admin- 
istration — the 
Soviet Zone not 
being In any con- 
sular district and 
that part under 
Polish Administra- 
tion being in the 
Warsaw 'consular 
district 
Prussia, West. See under 
Brandenburg; also Prussia, 
East. 
Rhine Province (Rheinprovinz) 
(Prussian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
French Zone of Occupation... Frankfort on the 
Main 
That portion lying within 
British Zone of Occupation.. Bremen 
Saarland (formerly a special ad- 
ministrative district of the 

Reich) Frankfort on the 

Main 
Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen): 

All of the State of Saxony.. U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
Saxony (Provinz Sachsen) 

(Prussian prov.) U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation and 
Polish Administra- 
tration— not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

Schaumburg-Lippe Bremen 

Schleswig-Holstein (Prussian 

prov.) - Hamburg 

Silesia (Prussian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Oc- 
cupation. U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
That portion which is now 

administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 

Thuringia (Thuringen). U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation— not 
included in any 
consular district 
Westphalia (Westfalen) (Prus- 
sian prov.) Bremen 

Westpreussen. See under 
Brandenburg; and also Prus- 
sia, East. 
Wurttemberg Stuttgart 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN 

(England, Scotland, and Wales) 

County 

Aberdeen (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Anglesey (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Angus [Forfar] (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Argyll (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ayr (Scotland) Glasgow , Scotland 

Banff (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Bedfordshire (England) London, England 

Berkshire (England): 

That portion of the county 

lying east of a line drawn 

through Reading (included) 

southeastwardly to the Sur- 

rey-ITampshire boundary London, England 

That portion of the county 

lying north and west of a line 

drawn northeastwardly from 

Marlborough (in Wiltshire) 

through Didcot (excluded), 

to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire 

boundary Bristol, England 

That portion of the county 

not included in the London 

and Bristol consular dis- 
tricts Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Berwick (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Brecknock (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Buckinghamshire (England)... London, England 

Bute (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Caithness (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Cambridgeshire, including the 

Isle of Ely (England) London, England 

Cardiganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carmarthenshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carnarvonshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Channel Islands, comprising Al- 

demey, Guernsey, Jersey, 

Sark, etc Southampton, Eng- 
land 
Cheshire (England): 

That portion of the county 

lying west and south of a line 

drawn northwestwardly from 

Harecastle, on the Stafford- 
Cheshire boundary, to Mid- 

dlewich (included), and from 

thence to Warrington in Lan- 
cashire -- Liverpool, England 

That portion of the county 
not included in the Liverpool 

district Manchester, England 

Clackmannan (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Cornwall, including the Scilly 

Isles (England) Plymouth, England 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
Countji 
Cumberland (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying north of a line drawn 
from a point common to the 
boundaries of Cumberland, 
Westmorland, and Lanca- 
shire, westwardly to St. Bees 

Head Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Newcastle- 
on-Tyne consular district Liverpool, England 

Denbighshire (Wales).. Liverpool, England 

Derbyshire (England) Manchester, England 

Devonshire (England) PljTnouth, England 

Dorsetshire (England) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Dumbarton (Scotland).. Glasgow, Scotland 

Dumfries (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Durham (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
East Lothian [Haddington] 

(Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Ely, Isle of. See Cambridge- 
shire. 

Essex (England) London, England 

Fife (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Flintshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Forfar. See Angus. 

Glamorganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Gloucestershire (England) Bristol, England 

Hampshire, including the Isle of 
Wight (England) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Herefordshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Hertfordshire (England) London, England 

Huntingdonshire (England) London, England 

Inverness (Scotland) . . Glasgow, Scotland 

Kent (England) _._ London, England 

Kincardine (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kinross (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kirkcudbright (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lanark (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lancashire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn from 
the point where the boundary 
of Westmorland and Lanca- 
shire meets the sea, south- 
wardly through Lancaster 
(included), Preston (included) 
and Wigan (included), to War- 
rington (excluded) Manchester, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Man- 
chester consular district Liverpool, England 

Leicestershire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
County 
Lincolnshire (England): 

The Parts of Kesteven, the 
Parts of Holland, and that 
portion of the Parts of Lindsey 
lying south of a line drawn 
from the northernmost point 
of Nottinghamshire east- 
wardly to the sea at Saltfleet 
(excluded) 



Manchester, 
land 



Eng. 



That portion of the Parts of 

Lindsey not included in the 

Manchester consular district 

(Saltfleet included) Hull, England 

London (England) London, England 

Man, Isle of Liverpool, England 

Merionethshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Middlesex (England) London, England 

Midlothian [Edinburgh] (Scot- 
land) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Monmouthshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Montgomeryshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Moray [Elgin] (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Nairn (Scotland) _ Glasgow, Scotland 

Norfolk (England) London, England 

Northamptonshire, including 

the Soke of Peterborough 

(England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Northumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
Nottinghamshire (England) Manchester, Eng- 
land 

Orkney (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Oxfordshire (England).. London, England 

Peebles (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pembrokeshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Perth (Scotland): 

That portion of the County 

Perth east of a line from the 

point where the Counties 

Clackmannan, Perth, and 

Stirling meet, northeast to 

Blackford (excluded), north 

to Gilmerton (excluded), 

thence along the Sma' Glen 

to Kinloch Rannoch (ex- 
cluded), northeast to Blair 

Atholl (excluded), and north 

to the point where the Coun- 
ties Aberdeen, Inverness, and 

Perth meet Edinburgh. Scotland 

That portion of the County 

Perth not included in the 

Edinburgh consular district. . Glasgow, Scotland 
Peterborough, Soke of. See 

Northamptonshire. 

Radnorshire (Wales) CardiH, Wales 

Renfrew (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ross and Cromarty (Scotland). Glasgow. Scotland 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

Countv 

Roxburgh (Scotland). Edinburgh, Scotland 

Rutlandshire (England). _. Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Scilly Isles. See Cornwall. 

Selkirk (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Shetland (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 

Shropshire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying south of a line drawn 
from the point where the River 
Severn cuts the western 
boundary of Shropshire north- 
eastwardly to Market Dray- 
ton (excluded) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the county 
not included in the Birming- 
ham consular district Liverpool, England 

Somersetshire (England). Bristol, England 

Staffordshire (England) - Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Stirling (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Suffolk (England): 

Suffolk, East ''London, England 

Suffolk, West _ London, England 

Surrey (England). ,. London, England 

Sussex (England): 

Sussex, East London, England 

Sussex, West: 

That portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn from 
the Surrey-Hampshire bound- 
ary southeastwardly to Little- 

hampton (included). London, England 

That portion of the county 
not Included in the London 

consular district.. Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Sutherland (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 

Warwickshire (England).- Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Westlothian [Linlithgow] (Scot- 
land) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Westmorland (England) Newcastle-on-Tync, 

England 
Wight, Isle of (Hampshire, Eng- 
land) - Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Wigtown (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

■Wiltshire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying south of a line drawn 
from a point common to the 
boundaries of Wiltshire, Dor- 
setshire, and Somersetshire 
northeastwardly to Marlbor- 
ough (included), and thence 

to Didcot in Berkshire Southampton, Eng. 

land 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 
County 
Wiltshire (England)— Con. 

That portion of the county 
not included in the Southamp- 
ton consular district.. Bristol, England 

Worcestershire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Yorkshire (England): 
York (city and county bor- 
ough)...... Bradford, England 

East Riding of Yorkshire Hull, England 

North Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county lying east of 
a line drawn from York (ex- 
cluded) northwestwardly to 
Richmond (excluded), and 
thence due north to the York- 
shire boundary, except the 
city (county borough) of Mid- 
dlesbrough at the north of the 
River Tees Hull, England 

The city (county borough) 

of Middlesbrough. Newcastle-on-Tyne 

England 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county not included 
in the Hull and Newcastle-on- 

Tyne consular districts.. Bradford, England 

West Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county lying east of a 
line drawn from a point com- 
mon to the boundaries of Lin- 
colnshire, Yorkshire, and Not- 
tinghamshire, northwardly to 
Thorne (included), and thence 
to Goole (included) to the 
county boundary, and the 
city of Selby (adjacent to the 
East Riding boundary) Hull, England 

That portion of West Riding 
that lies west and northwest 
of a line drawn from Colne (in 
Lancashire) to Hawes (in 
North Riding) and that por- 
tion of West Riding that lies 
south of a line drawn from the 
point common to the bounda- 
ries Cheshire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to Peni- 
stone (included), Bamsley (in- 
cluded), and Thome (exclud- 
ed), and thence southwardly 
to the northernmost point of 

Nottinghamshire Manchester, Eng. 

land 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county not included 
in the Hull, Sheffield, and 
Manchester consular districts. Bradford, England 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREECE 

Province [Nomos] 

Achaia [ Akhafas] Athens 

Aetolia-Acarnania [Aitoli'as kai 
Akarnanias], except the epar- 
khia (district) of Evrytanias.. Patras 
Aetolia-Acarnania, the eparkhia 
(district) of Evrytanias only_. Athens 

Arcadia [Arkadfas] Athens 

Argolis-Corinthia [Argolidos kal 

Korinthias]-- ..- Athens 

Arta [Artes] Patras 

Attica-Boeotia [Attikes kai Boi- 

otias] -.- Athens 

Candia [Eraklelou], in Crete.-.- Athens 

Canea [Khanlon], in Crete Athens 

Cephalonia [Kephallenias] Patras 

Chios [Khiou] Athens 

Corfu [Kerk^ras] Patras 

Cyclades [K^kladon] Athens 

Drama [Dramas]--. - Salonika 

Elis [Elides] Patras 

Erakleiou. See Candia. 

Euboea [Evvolas] Athens 

Evros [Evrou]. - Salonika 

Fiorina [Phlorines] Salonika 

Heraclion. See Candia. 
loannlnon. See Yannina. 

Kavalla [Kavalas]. Salonika 

Kephallenias. See Cephalonia. 
Kerk^ras. See Corfu. 

Khalkidike [Khalkidikes] Salonika 

Khanion. See Canea. 
Khiou. See Chios. 

Kozani [Kozdnes] Salonika 

Kykladon. See Cyclades. 

Laconia [Lakonlas] Athens 

Larissa [Larlses] Athens 

Lasithion [Lasethiou], in Crete. Athens 

Lemnos, the island Salonika 

Lesbos [Lesvou], except the is- 
land of Lemnos. Athens 

Messina [Messenias] Patras 

Mytilini Island. See Lesbos. 

Pellis [Pelles] Salonika 

Phlorines. See Fiorina. 
Phthiotis-Phokis, except the 

eparkhia (district) of Doris... Athens 
Phthlotis-Phokis [Phthiotidos 
kai Phokidos], the eparkhia 

(district) of Doris only Patras 

Preveza [Prevgzes] Patras 

Retimo [Reth^ranes], in Crete.. Athens 

Rodopi [ Rod opes] Salonika 

Salonika [Thessalonikes] Salonika 

Samos [Samou] Athens 

Serres [Serron] Salonika 

Thessalonikes. See Salonika. 

Trikkaia [Trikkaion] Athens 

Yannina [loannlnon] Patras 

Zante jZak^^nthou].. Patras 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GUATEMALA 

All of Guatemala Guatemala 

HAITI 

All of the RepubUc of Haiti Port-au-Prince 

HONDURAS 

Department (or territory) 

Atiantida: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment east of a line whicl; fol- 
lows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, but which 
otherwise follows the meridian 
of 87°30' west of Greenwich... La Ceiba 

That portion of the depart- 
ment west of a line which fol- 
lows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, placing 
New Tela in the San Pedro Sula 
district, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' 

west of Greenwich San Pedro Sula 

Choluteca Tegucigalpa 

Colon La Ceiba 

Comayagua: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment north of latitude 14°30'-. San Pedro Sula 

That portion of the depart- 
ment south of latitude 14°30'-. Tegucigalpa 

CopSn San Pedro Sula 

Cortes San Pedro Sula 

El Paraiso Tegucigalpa 

Gracias San Pedro Sula 

Intibuca Tegucigalpa 

Islas de la Bahia [Bay Islands].. La Ceiba 

La Mosquitia (ter.) La Ceiba 

La Paz Tegucigalpa 

Ocotepeque San Pedro Sula 

Olancho Tegucigalpa 

Santa Barbara San Pedro Sula 

Tegucigalpa Tegucigalpa 

Valle Tegucigalpa 

Yoro: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment east of the meridian 

87°30' west of Greenwich La Ceiba 

That portion of the depart- 
ment west of the meridian 
87''30' west of Greenwich San Pedro Sula 

HUNGARY 

All of Hungary Budapest 

ICELAND 
All of Iceland Reykjavik 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY ' 

British province or commissioner- 
ship: separate unit of the British 

Empire; Indian state or agency; 

independent border state; etc. 
Aden, the settlement (chief com- 

missionership). See under 

Arabia, ante. 
Agra and Oudh. See United 

Provinces of Agra and Oudh. 
Ajmer-Merwara (chief commis- 

sionership) Karachi 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

(chief commissioncrship) Calcutta 

Assam (governor's province) Calcutta 

Baluchistan (chief commission- 

ership) Karachi 

Baluchistan Agency (Indian 

states) Karachi 

Baroda (Indian state) Bombay 

Bengal Presidency (governor's 

province) and Indian states. .. Calcutta 
Bhutan (independent border 

state) -- Calcutta 

Bihar (governor's province, 

which includes Chota Nagpur) Calcutta 
Bombay Presidency (governor's 

province) Bombay 

Burma (separate unit of the 

British Empire), the Shan 

States and the Karenni States_ Rangoon, Burma 
Central India Agency (Indian 

states). Bombay 

Central Provinces and Berar 

(governor's province) Bombay 

Cochin (Indian state). Included 

in Madras States Agency, g. v. 
Coorg (chief commissionership). Madras 
Deccan States Agency (Indian 

states)..-- Bombay 

Delhi (chief commissioncrship) - Calcutta 
Eastern States Agency (Indian 

states): 

States formerly in the Cen- 
tral Provinces Bombay 

Feudatory states formerly in 

Orissa and Chota Nagpur Calcutta 

French India: 

Chandernagor Calcutta 

Karikal Madras 

Mah6 Madras 

Pondichfry Madras 

Yanaon Madras 

Gujerat States Agency (Indian 

states) 

Gwalior (Indian state) 

Hyderabad (Indian state)...... Madras 

Jammu and Kashmir (Indian 

state) Karachi 

Kolhapur (Indian state) Bombay 

Laccadive Islands. Included in 

Madras Presidency, g. v. 

' All inqui ries requiring correspondence with an official 
Embassy at New Delhi. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY— Con. 

British province or commissioner- 
ship; separate unit of the British 
Empire; Indian state or agency; 
independent border state; etc. 

Madras Presidency (governor's 
province) Madras 

Madras States Agency (Indian 
states).-. Madras 

Mysore (Indian state) Madras 

Nepal (Independent border king- 
dom) Calcutta 

North-West Frontier Province 
(governor's province) and In- 
dian states- Karachi 

Orissa (governor's province) Calcutta 

Portuguese India: 

Damao Bombay 

Diu - Bombay 

Qoa Bombay 

Punjab (governor's province), 
except Simla district, and 
Indian states (including 

Simla Hill states) Karachi 

Simla, the district Calcutta 

Punjab States Agency (Indian 
states). Karachi 

Rajputana Agency (Indian 
states), except the states 

Danta and Palanpur Karachi 

Danta and Palanpur (Indian 
states) Bombay 

Sikkim (Indian state) Calcutta 

Sind (governor's province) Karachi 

Travancore (Indian state). In- 
cluded in Madras States Agen- 
cy, g. p. 

United Provinces of Agra and 
Oudh (governor's province) 
and Indian states Calcutta 

Western India States Agency 
(Indian states) Bombay 



IRAN 

All of Iran [Persia] except the 
Third and Fourth Provinces. . Tehran 

The Third and Fourth Prov- 
inces of Iran [Persia], consist- 
ing of the following districts: 
Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Maha- 
bad, Maragheh, Rezaieh, and 
Tabriz Tabriz 



IRAQ 

All of Iraq [Mesopotamia] ex- 
cept the Districts (Liwas) of 
Amara, Muntafiq, and Basra- Baghdad 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, 

Muntafiq, and Basra Basra 

of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to the 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

IRELAND (EIRE) 

County (province in parentheses) 

Carlow (Leinster). Dublin 

Cavan (Ulster)... Dublin 

Clare (Munster) Cork 

Cork (Munster) Cork 

Donegal (Ulster) Dublin 

Dublin (Leinster) Dublin 

Qalway (Connaught) Dublin 

Kerry (Munster) Cork 

Kildare (Leinster) Dublin 

Kilkenny (Leinster) _ Dublin 

Leitrim (Connaught) Dublin 

Leix [Queen's] (Leinster) Dublin 

Limerick (Munster) Cork 

Longford (Leinster),. Dublin 

Louth (Leinster) Dublin 

Mayo (Connaught) Dublin 

Meath (Leinster) Dublin 

Monaghan (Ulster).. Dublin 

Oflaly [King's] (Leinster). -..._ Dublin 

Roscommon (Connaught) . Dublin 

Sligo (Comiaught) Dublin 

Tipperary (Munster). __ Cork 

Waterford (Munster) Cork 

Westmeath (Leinster) Dublin 

Wexford (Leinster) Dublin 

Wicklow (Leinster) Dublin 



IRELAND, NORTHERN 

County 
All of Northern Ireland, com- 
prising the six Ulster counties 
of Antrim, Armagh, Down, 
Fermanagh, Londonderry, 
and Tyrone Belfast 



ITALIAN ISLANDS OF THE AEGEAN 

All of the Italian Islands of the 
Aegean [Isole Italians dcl- 
'Egeo]— the Dodecanese Is- 
lands and the Island of Castel- 
rosso [Castellorizzo] Athens, Greece 



ITALY 

Province (compartimento in par- 
entheses) 
Agrigento [Qirgenti] (Sicilia) . . . Palermo 

Allesandria (Piemonte).. Turin 

Ancona (Marche) Rome 

Aosta (Piemonte) Turin 

Aquila degli Abruzzi (Abruzzi 

e Molise) _ Rome 

Arezzo (Toscana) Florence 

Ascoli Piceno (Marche) Rome 

1 Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ITALY— Continued 

Province (compartimenio in par- 
entheses) 

Asti (Piemonte) Turin 

Avellino (Camptoia) Naples 

Bari (Piiglie) Naples 

Belluno ( Veneto) Venice ' 

Benevento (Campania).. Naples 

Bergamo (Lombardi^) Milan 

Bologna (Emilia).. Florence 

Bolzano (Venezia Tridentina) . . Venice • 

Brescia (Lombardia) Milan 

Brlndisi (Puglie) Naples 

Cagliari (Sardegna) Rome 

Caltanissetta (Sicilia) Palermo 

Campobasso (Abruzzi e Molise) . Rome 
Carnaro. See Fiume. 
Castrogiovanni. See Enna. 

Catania (Sicilia). ___ Palermo 

Catanzaro (Calabrie)... Naples 

Chieti (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Como (Lombardia) Milan 

Cosenza (Calibrie). _._ Naples 

Cremona (Lombardia) Milan 

Ciineo (Piemonte) Turin 

Emia [Castrogiovanni] (Sicilia) . Palermo 

Ferrara (Emilia) Florence 

Firenze [Florence] (Toscana)... Florence 
Fiume [Carnaro] (Venezia Giulia 

e Zara) Trieste ' 

Foggia (Puglie) Naples 

Fori! (Emilia) Florence 

Friuli. See Udine. 

Frosinone (L^zio) Rome 

Genova (Liguria) Genoa 

Girgenti. See Agrigento. 

Gorlzia (Venezia Giulia e Zara).. Trieste ' 

Grosseto (Toscana) _. Florence 

Imperia (Liguria) Genoa 

lonio. See Taranto. 
istria. See Pola. 

Lecce (Puglie) Naples 

Littoria (Lazio).. Rome 

Li vorno [Leghorn] (Toscana)... Florence 

Lucca (Toscana) Florence 

Macerata (Marche) Rome 

Mantova (Lombardia) Milan 

Massa e Carrara (Toscana). Florence 

Matera (LucSnia) Naples 

Messina (Sicilia) Palermo 

Milano (Lombardia) Milan 

Modena (Emilia) Florence 

Nipoli (Campania) Naples 

Novara (Piemonte) Turin 

Nuoro (Sardegna) Rome 

Padova (Veneto). Venice ' 

Palermo (Sicilia) Palermo 

Parma (Emilia) Milan 

Pavia (Lombardia) Milan 

Perugia (Umbria) Rome 

Pesaro e Urbino (Marche). Rome 

Pescara (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Piacenza (Emilia) Milan 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ITALY — Continued 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

JAPAN — Continued 



Province (compart imento in par- 




entheses) 




Pisa (Toscana) 


Florence 


Pistola (Toscana) 


Florence 


Pola [istrla] (Venezia Giulia ( 




Zara) 


Trieste i 


Potenza (Lucania) ___ 


Naples 


Ragusa (Sicllia) 


Palermo 


Ravenna (Emilia) 


Florence 


Reggio (li Calabria (Calabrie)._ 


Naples 


Reggio nell'Emllia (Emilia). ._. 


Florence 


Rieti (Lazio) 


Rome 


Roma (Lazio) 


Rome 


Rovigo (Veneto) 


Venice ' 


Salerno (Campania).. 


Naples 


Sassari (Sardegna).. 


Rome 


Savona CLiguria) 


Genoa 


Siena (Toscana) 


Florence 


Siracusa (Sicilia) 


Palermo 


Sondrio (Lombardia).. 


Milan 


Spezia, La (Ligiiria).. ._ 


Genoa 


Taranto [lonio] (Puglie) 


Naples 


Teramo (Abruzzi e Molise) 


- Rome 


Temi (Umbria) 


. Rome 


Torino [Turin] (Piemonte) 


- Turin 


Trapani (Sicilia) 


. Palermo 


Trento (Venezia Tridentina).. 


- Venice 1 


Treviso (Veneto). 


. Venice • 


Trieste (Venezia Giulia e Zara) 


. Trieste i 


Udine [Friuli] (Veneto) 


. Trieste i 


Varese (Lombardia) 


. Milan 


Venezia (Veneto) 


. Venice! 


Vercelli (Piemonte) 


. Turin 


Verona (Veneto) 


. Venice ' 


Vicenza (Veneto) 


. Venice i 


Viterbo (Lazio) 


. Rome 


Zara (Venezia Giulia e Zara).. 


. Trieste 1 



JAMAICA 

All of the island of Jamaica Kingston 



JAPAN » 

Prefecture (ken or fu) 

Aichi Osaka ' 

Akita Tokyo ' 

Aomori... Tokyo ' 

Chiba Tokyo' 

Chishima. See Kurile Islands. 

Ehime Kobe ' 



Fukui 


Osaka 


Fukuoka 


Kobe' 


Fukushima 


Tokyo 


Gifu 


Osaka 


Gumma 


Tokyo 


Hiroshima 


Kobe 1 


Hokkaido [Yezo] 


Tokyo 



Prefecture (ken or fu) 




Hyogo: 




The gun (county) of Ka- 




wabe, and that part of the 




gun (county) of Muko com- 




prising the city of Amaga- 




saki, the mura (villages) of 




Osho, Muko, Ryogen, Koto, 




Kawaragi, Naruo, the city of 




Nichinomiya, and the mura 




(vUlage) of Seido : 


Osaka • 


All of the ken not included 




in the Osaka consular district. 


Kobei 


Ibaraki... 


Tokyo ' 


Ishikawa 


Osaka ' 


Iwate -- 


Tokyo ' 




Kobei 


Kagoshima... 


Kobe ' 


Kanagawa 


Yokohama 


Kochi 


Kobei 


Kumamoto 


Kobe' 


Kurile Islands [Chishima] 


Tokyo ' 


Kyoto (fu) 


Osaka i 


Miyagi 


Tokyo > 


Miyazaki 


Kobe' 


Miye 


Osaka ' 


Nagano: 




The gun (county) of Kita- 




saku, the principal cities of 




which are Karuisawa, Iwa- 




murata, and Komoro 


Tokyo 1 


That portion of the ken not 




included in the Tokyo consu 




lar district 


Osaka i 




Kobei 


Nara 


Osaka i 


Niigata 


Tokyo > 


Oita - 


Kobei 


Okayama 


Kobei 


Okinawa 


Kobei 


Osaka (fu) 


Osaka i 


Ryukyu Islands. See Okinawg 




and Kagoshima prefectures. 




Saga 


Kobei 


Saitama -. 


Tokyo 1 




Osaka i 




Kobei 


Shizuoka 


Yokohama 


Tochigi -. 


Tokyo 1 


Tokushima 


Kobei 


Tokyo (fu) 


Tokyo 1 


Tottori 


Kobei 


Toyama. 


Osaka 1 


Wakayama 


Osaka i 


Yamagata. 


Tokyo 1 


Yamaguchi .- 


Kobei 


Yamanashi... 


Tokyo 1 


Yezo. See Hokkaido. 





1 Closed. 

8 The Branch of the Office of U. S. Political Adviser to Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, at Yokohama, 
performs certain limited consular services. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

JAPAN— Continued 
(Japanese PogseBsiona and Mandated Territories) 

Prefecture {ken or fu) 

Karafuto Tokyo ' 

Paeiflc islands uncjer former Japa- 
nese mandate (the Ladrones or 
Marianas Islands; the Mar- 
shall Islands; and the Caroline 
Islands, including Palau and 
Yap) Tokyo ' 



All of Korea Seoul 



All of Lebanon Beirut 



LIECHTENSTEIN 



The Principality of Liechten- 
stein , _._ Ziirich, Switzerland 



LUXEMBOURG 

The Grand Duchy of Luxein 
bourg Luxembourg 



MADAGASCAR 

Madagascar (together with the 
Comoro Islands, the Glorious 
Islands, and the islands of 
Nossi Be and Ste. Marie, and 
Kerguelen, Crozet, St. Paul, 
Amsterdam, and other island 
dependencies of Madagascar) . Tananarive, Mada- 



MADEIRA 

All of Madeira Funchal 

■Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO 



State (or Territory) 
Aguascalientes... 



San Luis Potosi, San 
Luis Potosi 



Jaja California [Lower Cali- 
fornia) (ter.): 

That part of Baja California 
north of latitude 28° and south 
and west of a line drawn from 
the intersection of the inter- 
national boundary and the 
meridian of 116° west longitude 
due south to the parallel of 32° 
north latitude, and thence to 
a point on the west shore of the 
Gulf of California at latitude 
30° north 

That part of Baja California 
north and east of a line drawn 
from the intersection of the 
international boundary and 
the meridian of 116° west 
longitude due south to the 
parallel of 32° north latitude, 
and thence to a point on the 
west shore of the Gulf of Cali- 
fornia at latitude 30° north 



Tijuana, Baja Cali- 
fornia 



Mexicali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 



Guaymas, Sonora 
Merida, Yucatan 
Veracruz, Veracruz 



That part of Baja California 
south of 28° north latitude. 

C ampeche 

Chiapas 

Chihuahua: 

That portion of the State 
lying north of a line drawn 
from the Sonora boundary 
eastwardly through Madera 
to Sauz (both towns excluded), 
thence northeastwardly 
through, and including, San 
Antonio on the Rio Grande,. . Ciudad Juftrez, Chi- 
huahua 

That portion of the State not 
included in the Ciudad Juarez 
consular district Chihuahua, Chihua- 
hua 
Coahuila: 

That portion of the State 
lying north and east of a Ime 
drawn from the Chihuahua 
boundary east along the par- 
allel of 28° north latitude to a 
point directly north of Tanque 
(included), thence southeast- 
erly to La Reforma (excluded) 
and to Cuatro Cienegas (in- 
cluded), and thence by a 
straight line through a point 
just south of Monclova to the 

Nuevo Leon boundary Piedras Negras, Coa- 
huila 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO — Continued 
State (or TerritoTy) 
Coahuila— Continued 

That portion of the State 
bounded on the north, west, 
and south by a line drawn 
from the Nuevo Leon bound- 
ary westwardly through a 
point just south of Monclova 
to but excluding Cuatro Clene- 
gas, thence southwardly to 
and including Parras, thence 
southeastwardly to a point on 
the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence 
along the Zacatecas boundary 
to the point common to Coa- 
huila, Nuevo Leon, and Zaca- 

tecas--- Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion of the State 
bounded on the north and east 
by a line drawn from the Chi- 
huahua boundary, east along 
the parallel of 28° north lati- 
tude to a point directly north 
of Tanque (excluded), thence 
southeasterly to La Reforma 

(inclfided) and to Cuatro 

Cifinegas (excluded), thence 
southwardly to Parras (ex- 
cluded), and thence south- 
eastwardly to a point on the 

Zacatecas boundary, just west 

of Lavaderos Torreon, Coahuila 

Colima Guadalajara, Jalisco 

Distrito Federal. - -. M§xico, D. F. 

Durango: 

That part of the State lying 

west of a line drawn from the 

point on the Zacatecas-Du- 

rango boundary where it is 

intercepted by the Tropic of 

Cancer, thence drawn due 

west to the meridian of 105° 

west longitude, thence to St. 

Oregorio (excluded) and to 

Guanacevi (excluded) and 

thence due northwest to the 

Durango-Chihuahua bound- 
ary --- Mazatlan 

That part of the State lying 

east of a line drawn from the 

point on the Zacateoas-Du- 

rango boundary where it is 

intercepted by the Tropic of 

Cancer, thence drawn due 

west to the meridian of 105° 

west longitude, thence to St. 

Oregorio (included) and to 

Guanacevi (included) and 

thence due northwest to the 

Durango-Chihuahua bound- 
ary - Torreon, Coahuila 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or Territory) 

Guanajuato San Luis PotosI, San 

Luis Potosf 

Guerrero Mexico, D. F. 

Hidalgo Mexico, D. F. 

Jalisco: 

That portion of the State 

lying south of 22° north lati- 
tude and that portion lying 

north of 22° north latitude 

which is west of the meridian 

103°30' west longitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State 

lying north of 22° north lati- 
tude and east of the meridian 

of 103°30' longitude. San Luis PotosI, San 

Luis PotosI 
Lower California. See Baja 

California. ' 

Mfexico Mexico, D. F. 

Michoacan Mexico, D. F. 

Morelos __ Mexico, D. F. 

Nayarit MazatlSn, Sinaloa 

Nuevo Leon: 

The State of Nuevo Leon, 

except the portion that lies 

north and northwest of a line 

drawn across the State, 

through Oolondrinas and Pa- 

rSs, leaving Oolondrinas with- 
in and Paras without, the 

Monterrey consular district, 

and except that part of the 

State that lies to the northeast 

of a line drawn from ElChapul 

(in the State of Tamaulipas) 

westwardly to Laguna de In- 

dios and to China (both ex- 
cluded), thence to Agualeguas 

(included), and thence to 

Ciudad Mier (in the State of 

Tamaulipas) Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

That portion of the State 
that lies north and northwest 
of a line drawn across the State 
through Oolondrinas (ex- 
cluded) and Paris (included). Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 

That part of the State that 
lies to the northeast of a line 
drawn from El Chapul (in the 
State of Tamaulipas) west- 
wardly to Laguna de Indios 
and to China (both excluded), 
thence to Agualeguas (in- 
cluded) and thence to Ciudad 
Mier (in the State of Ta- 
maulipas) Reynosa, Tamauli- 
pas 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO — Continued 
State (or Territory) 

Oaxaca: 

That portion of the State 
west of a line drawn from a 
point common to the bound- 
aries of the States of Oaxaca, 
Veracruz, and Puebla, in a 
southeasterly direction to a 
point at 96° west longitude and 
17° north latitude, and thence 
due south to the Pacific Ocean. Mexico, D. F. 

That portion of the State of 
Oaxaca eastward of a line 
drawn from the point common 
to the boundaries of the State 
of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and 
Puebla, in a southeasterly di- 
rection to a point at 96° west 
longitude and 17° north lati- 
tude, and thence due south to 
the Pacific Ocean..- Veracruz, Veracruz 

Puebla Mfexico, D. F. 

Querfitaro Mexico, D. F. 

Quintana Roo --- Mferida, Yucatan 

San Luis PotosJ: 

That portion of the State 
lying west of a line drawn due 
north and south through, but 
excluding, the town of Tama- 
zopo (approximately in longi- 
tude 99°25' west of Green- 
wich) San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
That portion of the State 
not included in the San Luis 

Potosi consular district Tampico, Tamauli- 

pas 

Sinaloa MazatlSn, Sinaloa 

Sonora: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 29° north lati- 
tude - Guaymas, Sonora 

That portion of the State 
lying west of 113° west longi- 
tude Mexicali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 
That part of the State 
bounded on the west and south 
by a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary at 110° 
west longitude, due south to 
the Naco-Cananea railway, 
thence along that railway to 
Cananea (the railway and 
Cananea included), thence in 
the following directions which 
are true, south to the latitude 
of Mututicachi, east to the 
meridian of 110° west longi- 
tude, south to the parallel of 
29° north latitude, and east to 
the Sonora-Chihuahua bound- 
ary Agua Prieta, Sonora 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or Territory) 
Sonora— Continued 

That part of the State 

bounded on the east, south, 

and west by a line drawn from 

the international boundary 

line at 110° west longitude, due 

south to the Naco-Cananea 

railway, thence along that 

railway to Cananea (the rail- 
way and Cananea excluded), 

thence in the following direc- 
tions which are true, south to 

the latitude of Mututicachi, 

east to the meridian of 110° 

west longitude, south to the 

parallel of 29° north latitude, 

west to the meridian of 113° 

west longitude, and thence 

north to the international 

boundary. Nogales, Sonora 

Tabasco Veracruz, Veracruz 

Tamaulipas: 

That portion of the State 

that lies north and northwest 

of a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary through 

Ciudad Mier (excluded) to 

Agualeguas (in the State of 

Nuevo Leon). 



Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 



That portion of the State 
bounded on the east by a line 
drawn from the international 
boundary at 97°40' west longi- 
tude in a southwesterly direc- 
tion to El Chapul (included), 
and thence to Laguna de Indios 
(in the State of Nuevo Leon), 
and bounded on the west by a 
line drawn from the interna- 
tional boundary through Ciu- 
dad Mier (included) to Agua- 
leguas (in the State of Nuevo 
Leon) 

That portion of the State 
lying north of latitude 24° 
north, except the portion that 
lies west and northwest of a 
line drawn from a point at 
latitude 24° north, longitude 
99° west of Greenwich, due 
north to the boundary of 
Nuevo Leon, and except the 
portion that lies north and 
northwest of a line drawn 
from the international bound- 
ary at 97°40' west longitude in 
a southwesterly direction to 
El Chapul (excluded) and 
thence to Laguna de Indios 
(in the State of Nuevo Leon) . 



Reynosa, 
pas 



Matamoros, Tamau- 
lipas 



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Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 



ADMrNISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 

State (or TeTritory) 
Tamaulipas— Continued 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 24° north lati- 
tude - 

That portion of the State 
that lies west and northwest 
of a line drawn from a point 
at latitude 24° north, longi- 
tude 99° west of Greenwich, 
due north to the boundary of 

Nuevo Leon Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

Tlaxcala Mexico, D. F. 

Veracruz: 

The State of Veracruz, ex- 
cept the part lying north- 
westward of the Rio Cazones.. Veracruz, Veracruz 

That part of the State lying 
northwestward of the Rio 
Cazones. Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 

Yucatan.... Mfirida, Yucatan 

Zacatecas: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 22° north lati- 
tude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State 
lying ea?t of a line drawn due 
north and south through 

Mazapil (included)... Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

That portion of the State 

lying south of the Tropic of 

Cancer, and north of 22° north 

latitude _ 

That portion of the State 
lying north of the Tropic of 
Cancer, and west of a line due 
north and south through Maz- 
apil (excluded) 



San Luis Potosi, San 
Luis Potosi 



Torreon, Coahuila 



MONACO 

The Principality of Monaco Nice 

MOROCCO 

The zone of the French protec- 



torate. 



Casablanca 



The international zone of Tan- 
gier and the Spanish pro- 
tected territory in Morocco .. Tangier 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSTn,AR DISTRICT 

NETHERLANDS 

Prorince 

Drenthe Amsterdam 

Friesland Amsterdam 

Gelderland-. Amsterdam 

Groningen Amsterdam 

Limburg Rotterdam 

Noord-Brabant [North Bra- 
bant]... Rotterdam 

Noord-HoUand [North Hoi- 

land] Amsterdam 

Overijssel Amsterdam 

Utrecht Amsterdam 

Zeeland Rotterdam 

Zuid-HoUand [South Holland].. Rotterdam 



NETHERLANDS INDIES 

Government, province, residency, 
etc. 

Atjeh (govt.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Bali- Batavia, Java 

Bangka and dependencies (res.). Batavia, Java 
Benkoelen (res.), in Sumatra... Batavia, Java 

Billiton Batavia, Java 

Borneo, Netherlands: 
Southern and Eastern Dis- 
trict? (res.)-- Batavia, Java 

Western District (res.).. Batavia, Java 

Celebes and dependencies (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Djambi (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Flores Batavia, Java 

Java: 

Province of East Java (Resi- 
dencies of Besoeki, Bodjone- 
goro, Kediri, Madioen, Ma- 
doera (Island), Malang, Pro- 
bolinggo, and Soerabaja [Sura- 
baya] ) Batavia, Java 

Province of Middle Java: 
Residencies of Banjoemas, 

Kedoe, and Pekalongan. Batavia, Java 
Residencies of Djapara- 
Rembang and Sema- 

rang Batavia, Java 

Province of West Java 
(Residencies of Bantam, Ba- 
tavia, Buitenzorg, Cheribon, 

and Priangan) Batavia, Java 

Soerakarta (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Jogjakarta (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Lampongs, The (res.), in Su- 
matra Batavia, Java 

Lombok Batavia, Java 

Manado (res.), in Celebes Batavia, Java 

Moluccas, The Batavia, Java 

New Guinea, Netherlands Batavia, Java 

Palembang (res.), in Sumatra. .. Batavia, Java 

Riouw and dependencies Batavia, Java 

Soemba Batavia, Java 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTEATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NETHERLANDS INDIES— Contin ued 

Government, province, residency, 
etc. 

Soembawa. .- Batavia, Java 

Sumatra East Coast (govt.) Batavia, Java 

Sumatra's Westkust (res.) Batavia, Java 

Tapanocli (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java 

Timor and dependencies (res.).. Batavia, Java 
All other Netherlands islands 
east of Java and Borneo Batavia, Java 



NEW CALEDONIA 

All of New Caledonia and 
dependencies (including the 
Wallis Archipelago, the Loy- 
alty Islands, the Huon Is- 
lands, Futuna, and Alofi) Noumea 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



All of Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador St. John' 



NEW ZEALAND 

Provincial district 

Auckland Auckland 

Canterbury Wellington 

Hawke's Bay Wellington 

Marlborough Wellington 

Nelson Wellington 

Otago, including Stewart Is- 
land Wellington 

Taranaki Wellington 

Wellington Wellington 

Westland Wellington 



NICARAGUA 
All of Nicaragua Managua 



NORWAY 

Province [Fylke] 

Akershus Oslo 

Aust-Agder... Oslo 

Buskerud Oslo 

Finnmark Oslo 

Hedmark Oslo 

Hordaland Bergen 

Jan Mayen (island) Oslo 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NORWAY— Continued 



Province [Fylie] 




M0re: 




That portion of the Province 




known as Sunnm«Sre 


Bergen ' 


That portion of the Province 




known as Nordm0re 


Oslo 


Nordland 


Oslo 


Nord-Tr0ndelag.. 


Oslo 


Opland . 


Oslo 


0stfold 


Oslo 




Bergen ' 
Bergen i 


Sogn og Fjordane— 


S0r-Tr0ndelag 


Oslo 


Svalbard [Spitsbergen] 


Oslo 


Vest Agder 


Oslo 


Vestfold 


Oslo 




Oslo 


Troms 


Oslo 



PACIFIC ISLANDS » 



Islands, colonies, etc. 



Auckland Islands 

Austral Islands [Tubuai]. 



Bonin Islands 

Caroline Islands (in the former 
Jap. mandate) 

Chatham Islands 

Colon Archipelago. See Gala- 
pagos Islands. 

Cook Islands.. 

Easter Island [Isla de Pascua].. 

Fiji Islands 

Futuna 

Galapagos Islands [Archipielago 

de Colon] 

Gambler Islands 

The Gilbert and EUice Islands 

Colony 

Huon Islands 

iles-sous-le-Vent. See Society 
Islands. 

Juan Fernandez Islands 

Kermadec Islands. 

Ladrones. See Marianas Is- 
lands. 
Leeward Islands [Iles-sous-le- 
Vent]. See Society Islands. 
Loyalty Islands 

Marcus Island [Minami Toro- 
shima] 



Noumea, New Cale- 
donia. 

Wellington, N. Z. 

Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands. 

Tokyo, Japan ' 

Tokyo, Japan • 
Wellington, N. Z. 



Wellington, N. Z. 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Suva 

Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Guayaquil, Ecuador 
Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Suva, Fiji Islands 
Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 



Valparaiso, Chile 
Wellington, N. Z. 



Noumea. New Cale- 
donia 



Tokyo, Japan ' 



1 Closed. 

2 For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, and colonies in the Pacific, 
which are served by American consular offices, are entered under the heading "Pacific Islands" rather than 
separately under the names of the several political entities concerned. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PACIFIC ISLANDS— Continued 
Islands, colonies, etc. 

Marianas Islands [Ladrones] (in 
the former Jap. mandate) Tokyo, Japan ■ 

Marquesas Islands .- Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Marshall Islands (In the former 
Jap. mandate)— Tokyo, Japan ' 

Minami Toroshima. See Mar- 
cus Island. 

Nauru (British mandate under 
Australian administration) _ . _ Brisbane, Australia 

New Caledonia Noumfea, New Cale- 
donia 

New Guinea, Territory of (Aus- 
tralian mandate) Brisbane, Australia 

New Hebrides Noumea, New Cal- 
edonia 

Nine Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Norfolk Island Brisbane, Australia 

Palau Islands (in the former Jap. 
mandate) Tokyo, Japan ' 

Papua, Territory of Brisbane, Australia 

Pascua, Isla de. See Easter Is- 
land. 

Paumotu Archipelago. See 
Tuamotu Archipelago. 

Pitcairn Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Samoa, Western (N. Z. man- 
date) Wellington, N. Z. 

Society Islands (including Iles- 
sous-le-Vent) Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Solomon Islands (Br.) Suva, Fiji Islands 

Solomon Islands (of the Terri- 
tory of New Guinea, Austra- 
lian mandate) Brisbane, Australia 

Stewart Island (N. Z.) Wellington, N. Z. 

Tokelau. See Union Islands. 

Tonga, Kingdom of _-- Suva, Fiji Islands 

Tuamotu Archipelago [Pau- 
motu Archipelago] Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 

Tubuai Archipelago. See Aus- 
tral Islands. 

Union Islands [Tokelau].. Wellington, N. Z. 

Wallis Archipelago Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Yap Island (in the former Jap. 
mandate) Tokyo, Japan ' 

PALESTINE AND TRANSJORDAN 

All of Palestine and Trans- 
jordan Jerusalem 

PARAGUAY 

All of Paraguay Asuncion 

PERU 

All of Peru Lima 

1 Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

All of the Philippine Islands Manila 

POLAND 
All of Poland. Warsaw 



PORTUGAL 

Administrative districts 

Aveiro Oporto 

Beja Lisbon 

Braga Oporto 

Braganga Oporto 

Castelo Branco Lisbon 

Coimbra Oporto 

Evora Lisbon 

Faro (Algarve) Lisbon 

Guarda Oporto 

Leiria Lisbon 

Lisboa (Lisbon) Lisbon 

Portalegre Lisbon 

Porto Oporto 

Santarfim Lisbon 

Setubal Lisbon 

Vianado Castelo Oporto 

Vila Real Oporto 

Vizeu... Oporto 

RUMANIA 
All of Rumania Bucharest 

SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 

All of Saudi Arabia.. Jidda 

SIAM 
All of Siam Bangkok 

SPAIN 

Province 

Alava Bilbao 

Albacete Valencia 

Alicante Valencia 

Almeria Malaga 

Avila Madrid 

Badajoz Seville 

Baleares (Balearic Islands) Barcelona 

Barcelona Barcelona 

Burgos Bilbao 

C&ceres. Seville 

Cadiz Seville 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SPAIN— Continued 
Province 

Castellon Valencia 

Ciudad Real Madrid 

Cordoba Seville 

Corufia Vigo 

Cuenca Madrid 

Gerona Barcelona 

Granada ..- MAlaga 

Guadalajara Madrid 

Guipuzcoa Bilbao 

Huelva Seville 

Huesca . Barcelona 

Ja6n Malaga 

Las Palmas. See Canary Is- 
lands, ante. 

Leon... Bilbao 

L§rida Barcelona 

Logrono Bilbao 

Lugo Vigo 

Madrid Madrid 

M&laga Malaga 

Murcia Valencia 

Navarra Bilbao 

Orense Vigo 

Oviedo Bilbao 

Palencia Bilbao 

Palmas, Las. See Canary Is- 
lands, ante. 

Pontevedra- Vigo 

Salamanca Madrid 

Santa Cruz de Tenerife. See 
Canary Islands, ante. 

Santander Bilbao 

Segovia Madrid 

Sevilla Seville 

Soria Madrid 

Tarragona Barcelona 

Teruel Valencia 

Toledo Madrid 

Valencia Valencia 

Valladolid... Madrid 

Vizcaya (Biscay) Bilbao 

Zamora Vigo 

Zaragoza Barcelona 



SURINAM (NETHERLANDS GUIANA) 

All of Surinam.. Paramaribo.Surinam 



SWEDEN 

Province \Ldn] 

Alvsborg Goteborg 

Blekinge... Goteborg 

Gavleborg Stockholm 

Goteborg och Bohus Goteborg 

Gotland Stockholm 

Halland GSteborg 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SWEDEN— Continued 
Province [Lda] 

Jamtland Stockholm 

Jonkoping _ _ Goteborg 

Kalmar Goteborg 

Kopparberg Stockholm 

Kristianstad — Goteborg 

Kronoberg Goteborg 

Malmohus--. Goteborg 

Norrbotten Stockholm 

Orebro (except the town of Ilal- 

lefors) Stockholm 

Hallefors Goteborg 

OstergiJtland Stockholm 

Skaraborg Goteborg 

Sodermanland- Stockholm 

Stockholm Stockholm 

Uppsala Stockholm 

Varmland.. Goteborg 

Vasterbotten _ _ Stockholm 

Vasternorrland Stockholm 

Vastmanland Stockholm 



SWITZERLAND 

Canton 

[Argovie] Zurich 

Appenzell, comprising Outer 

Rhodes and Iimer Rhodes Zurich 

Basel, comprising Baselland 
[Baie-Campagne] and Basel- 

stadt [Baie-Ville] Basel 

Bern [Berne] Bern 

Fribourg [Freiburg] Bern 

Geneva [Geneve, Genf] Geneva 

Olarus [Glaris] Ziirich 

Graubiinden [Orisons] Ziirich 

Luzern [Lucerne]. __ Ziirich 

Neuchatel [Neuenburg] Bern 

St. Gallen [St. Gall] Zurich 

Schaffhausen [Schaflhouse] Ziirich 

Schwyz Ziirich 

Solothurn [Soleure] Basel 

Ticino [Tessin] Zurich 

Thurgau [Thurgovie] Ziirich 

Unterwalden, comprising Nid- 
walden [Unterwald-le-Bas] 
and Oberwalden [Unterwald- 

le-Haut] -- Ziirich 

Uri Ziirich 

Vaud [Waadt] Geneva 

Valais [Wallis] Geneva 

Zug [Zoug] Ziirich 

Ziirich [Zurich] Zurich 



All of Syria. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY 

Vilayet 

Adana [sometimes Seyhan] Izmir 

Adrianople. See Edime. 

Afyon Karahisar Izmir 

Agri (capital: Karakose) • Istanbul 

Amasya Istanbul 

Ankara [Angora] Istanbul 

^ntalya Izmir 

Aydin Izmir 

Balikesir Istanbul 

Bilecik.; Istanbul 

Bingol (capital: gapakQur) i Istanbul 

Bitlis 1 - Istanbul 

Bolu Istanbul 

Burdur Izmir 

Bursa [Brusa].. Istanbul 

Canakkaie [Dardanelles] (which 
includes the islands of Imbros 

and Tenedos)...- Istanbul 

gankiri Istanbul 

Coruh (capital: Artvin) Istanbul 

Coram.. Istanbul 

Denizli Izmir 

Diyarbekiri Istanbul 

Edime [Adrianople] Istanbul 

Eiaziz 1 Istanbul 

Erzincan i..__ Istanbul 

Erzurum i Istanbul 

Eski5ehir Istanbul 

Gaziantep Izmir 

Giresun.. Istanbul 

Gumu?ane Istanbul 

Hakkari (capital: C61emerik)__- Izmir 
Hatay (capital: Antakya [An- 

tioch]) Izmir 

Ifel (capital: Mersin) Izmir 

Isparta Izmir 

Istanbul [Constantinople] Istanbul 

Izmir [Smyrna] Izmir 

Kars « Istanbul 

Kastamonu Istanbul 

Kayseri Izmir 

Kirklarell Istanbul 

Kirjehlr Istanbul 

Kocaeli (capital: Izmit) Istanbul 

Konya Izmir 

Kutahya Izmir 

Malatya... Izmir 

Manisa Izmir 

Mara? Izmir 

Mardin.... Izmir 

Mugla Izmir 

Mu§ 1 Istanbul 

Nigde Izmir 

Ordu Istanbul 

Rize Istanbul 

Samsun Istanbul 

Seyhan. See Adana. 

Siirt Izmir 

Sinop Istanbul 

« The following vilayets comprise a zone east of 
the jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey 
Kars, Mus , Tunceli, and Van. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY— Continued 
Vilayet 

Sivas Istanbul 

Smyrna. See Izmir. 

Tekirdag [Rodosto] Istanbul 

Tokat Istanbul 

Trabzon [Trebizond] Istanbul 

Tunceli ' Istanbul 

Urfa Izmir 

Van 1 Istanbul 

Yozgat Istanbul 

Zonguldak Istanbul 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Province 

Cape of Good Hope: 

That portion of the Province 
not included in the Poit Eliza- 
beth district Capetown 

That part of the Province of 
the Cape of Good Hope that 
lies eastward of a line drawn 
from the point where the 
meridian of 25° east longitude 
intersects the southern bound- 
ary of the Orange Free State 
due south to 31° north lati- 
tude, thence due west to 24° 
east longitude, and thence due 
south to the sea Port Elizabeth 

Natal... Durban 

Orange Free State Johannesburg.Trans- 

vaal 

Transvaal -.. Johannesburg 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

All of the Soviet Union except 

the city of Vladivostok Moscow 

The city of Vladivostok Vladivostok 

URUGUAY 

All of Uruguay Montevideo 

VENEZUELA 
State (or territory) 

Amazonas (ter.) Caracas 

.\nzoategui Caracas 

Apure Caracas 

Aragua Caracas 

Barinas Caracas 

Bolivar Caracas 

Carabobo Caracas 

Cojedes Caracas 

Delta Amacuro (ter.) Caracas 

Distrito Federal Caracas 

Falcon. Maracaibo 

Gu&rico Caracas 

Lara Caracas 

Mgrida.... Maracaibo 

Miranda. Caracas 

the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes from 
: Agri, Bingol, Bitlis, Diyarbekir, Elftziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 
VENEZUELA— Continued 
State (or territory) 

Monagas - - . Caracas 

Neuva Esparta. -_ Caracas 

Portuguesa.-- -- Caracas 

Sucre - Caracas 

Tachira Maracaibo 

Trujillo Maracaibo 

Yaracuy Caracas 

Zamora. See Barinas. 

Z ulia Maracaibo 



WEST INDIES 1 

Island 
Anegada (Br. Virgin Islands, 

B. W. I.) Antigua, B. W. I. 

Anguilla (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Antigua, B.W.I. 

Antigua (Leeward Islands, B. 

W. I.) Antigua, B.W.I. 

Aruba 2 (Curacao) Curasao, W. I. 

Bahama Islands Nassau, N. P., I 



Barbados (B.W.I.) _ Barbados, B. W. I. 

Barbuda (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) Antigua, B.W.I. 

Bequia (Windward Islands, B. 

W. I.) Grenada,B. W. I. 

Bonaire (Curasao). __ Curafao, W.I. 

Caicos Islands, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica. 

Cannouan (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Carriacou (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) Grenada, B.W.I. 

Cayman Islands (B. W.I.) Kingston, Jamaica. 

Cuba. See Cuha,'ante. 

Curagao (Curacao) Curacao, W. I. 

Dominica (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) Grenada, B.W.I. 

Dominican Republic Ciudad Trujillo, D. 

R. 

French West Indies Martinique. 

Grenada (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) Grenada.B.W.L 

Grenadines, The (Windward 

Islands, B.W.I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Haiti Port-au-Prince, 

Haiti. 
Hispaniola. See Dominican Re- 
public and Haiti, ante. 

Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica. 

Jost van Dykes (Br. Virgin 

Islands, B. W. L) Antigua, B.W.I. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

WEST INDIES— Continued 
Island 
Mayreau (Windward Islands, 
B. W.I.) Grenada, B.W.I. 

Antigua, B.W.I. 

Grenada, B.W.I. 

Antigua, B. W. L 

Antigua, B.W I 

Antigua, B.W I 
Curacao, W. I 

Antigua, B.W.I. 
Curacao, W.I. 

Grenada, B.W. I. 



Montserrat (Leeward 

B.W.I.) 

Mustique (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) -._ 

Nevis (Leeward Islands, B. W. 

L) - — - 

Peter (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

W. I.) 

Redonda (Leeward Islands, B. 

W.I.) 

Saba (Curacao) 

St. Christopher [St. Kitts] (Lee- 
ward Islands, B. W. I.) 

St. Eustatius (Curacao) 

St. Lucia (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.) 

St. Martin: 

The southern portion, a part 

of the Netherlands possession 

Curacao 

The northern portion 

St. Vincent (Windward Islands, 

B.W.I.)_ 

Tobago (B.W. I.) 

Tortola (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 
W.I.) 

'I'urks Island, Jamaica 

Trinidad (B.W. I.). ___ 

Union (Windward Islands, B. 
W.I.) 

Virgin Islands, British (B. W. 

L) 

Virgin Gorda (Br. Virgin Is- 
lands, B. W. I.) -. 



Curacao, W.I. 
Martinique, F. W. I. 

Grenada, B.W.I. 
Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B.W. I. 

Antigua, B.W. I. 
Kingston, Jamaica. 
Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B.W. I. 

Grenada, B. W. I. 

Antigua, B. W. I. 

Antigua, B.W.I. 



YUGOSLAVIA 

People's Republic 

Bosnia and Hercegovina Zagreb 

Croatia Zagreb 

Macedonia Belgrade 

Montenegro Belgrade 

Serbia (including the autono- 
mous province of Vojvodina 
(Voivodina) and the autono- 
mous region of Kosovo and 

Metohija Belgrade 

Slovenia Zagreb 



' For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, and colonies in the West Indies, 
which are served by American consular ofHces, are entered under the heading "West Indies" rather than separately 
under the names of the several political entities concerned. 

i There is a vice consulate on this island. 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES ^ 

The following Tariff of United States Foreign Service Fees, prescribed by the 
President under authority of section 1745, Revised Statutes, as amended (22 U. S. C. 
127), shall be charged by diplomatic and consular officers and all persons connected 
with embassies, legations, or consulates for official services. All charges for such 
services must be in strict accordance with this tariff, and be collected in the coin of the 
United States or at its representative value in exchange (22 U. S. C. 128). For each 
and every fee where the representative value in exchange is collected instead of the 
coin of the United States, there shall be collected a sufficient amount of foreign cur- 
rency to enable the officer to purchase as of the date of collection a sight draft in the 
amount of the fee as prescribed by this tariff payable at par to the Treasurer of the 
United States. No fee or compensation will be collected for any service not covered 
by this tariff. 

No fees prescribed in this tariff shall be charged or collected by officers for official 
services to American vessels or seamen (22 U. S. C. 89). Undocumented vessels owned 
by American citizens and vessels documented under the laws of the Philippine Islands 
are not exempt from the payment of the fees prescribed herein. Consular agents will 
make the fees prescribed in this tariff for services to vessels and seamen a basis of collec- 
tion from the Treasury for those services. 

All fees must be paid in advance and before the fee stamps are canceled, except 
in case of attendance out of office or of commissions where the amount cannot be de- 
termined until the service is performed. In the latter cases the amount of the fees 
shall be carefully estimated, and in these cases only, the estimated cost of the service 
shall be deposited with the officer before the service is performed, subject to refund- 
ment of any balance remaining. 

A copy of this tariff shall be posted in a conspicuous place in diplomatic and con- 
sular offices (22 U. S. C. 101). 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 

No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




INVOICE SERVICES 






INVOICE SERVICES— con. 




1 


Certification of invoice in such num- 




3 


Certificates and declarations as above 






ber of copies as will meet the re- 






described, when issued for a ship- 






quirements of the regulations and 






ment not covered by a consular in- 






instructions and provide the ship- 






voice, including declaration of for- 






per with one copy (in addition to 






eign shipper of articles exported for 






original), including any additional 
declaration or certificate not other- 
wise provided for which is required 
by law or regulations for use in con- 
nection with the entry of the wares 
or the forwarding of the same in 
bond (see item No. 30) ._. 


$2. 50 




exhibition and return (Form No. 
204) and immigrant's oath regarding 
teams and vehicles, and in cormec- 

tion with quarantine regulations 

Exception- 
Certificates for food and drug 
products or insecticides 


$1.00 


2 


Certification of invoice of returned 






American goods 


1.00 




(FormsNos. 197and217). 


No fee 



' As established by Executive Order 7968 of Sept. 3, 1938, 
9303 of Feb. 11, 1943, 9407 of Dec. 17, 1943, 9507 of Dec. 20, 



and amended by Executive Orders 8297 of Dec. 4, 1 
1944, 9591 of July 21, 1945, and 9767 of Aug. 9, 1946. 



100 



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Item' 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




INVOICE SERVICES— con. 






VISA SERVICES FOR ALIENS 




4 


Certificate to extra copies of invoices. 


$1.00 

2.50 

1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
9.00 

No fee 
No fee 

No fee 

No fee 
5.00 


7 


Execution of application for immigra- 
tion visa 


$1 00 


5 


Certificate of disinfection of goods to 
be shipped to United States in such 
number of copies as will meet the 
requirements of the regulations and 
instructions and provide the ship- 
per with one copy for his own use..- 

PASSPORT SERVICES 

Execution of application for passport 
(no exceptions) 


Immigration visa 


9 00 




Execution of application for passport 
visa, except where the fee has been 
reciprocally reduced or waived 
under the authority of the act of 
February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976). 
(The term "passport visa" refers to 
the visa of a passport or other travel 
document) 


1 00 


6 


Passport visa, or visa of affidavit in 
lieu thereof, except where the fee has 
been reciprocally reduced or waived 
under the authority of the act of 

February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976) 

Exception- 
Application for or the visa of 
the passport for any officer of 
any foreign government, or 
members of his immediate 
family, its armed forces, or of 
any State, district, or munic- 






Examination of passport application 
executed before a foreign ofT.cial 

Examination of passport application 
accompanied by a certificate signed 
by the applicant and two witnesses. 


9.00 




Exceptions- 
Co) OlTicers or employees of the 
United States traveling on 
official business, or members 
of their immediate famUies. .. 


No fee 




Llmited entry certificate: 
Application for limited entry cer- 
tificate 






(c) Widows, children, parents, 
brothers, and sisters of Amer- 
ican soldiers, sailors, or ma- 
rines buried abroad, whose 
journey is for the purpose of 
visiting graves of such sol- 
diers, sailors, or marines 

Amendment or verification of an 


No fee 




Limited entry certificate 


No fee 




Transit certificate: 
Application for transit certificate... 
Tran'sit certificate 


No fee 
No fee 




Visa of alien crew list 


2 00 




Supplemental visa of alien crew list . . 

SER\aCES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN 


No fee 




Renewal of an American passport 






Exceptions- 
Same as (a), (6), and (c) above 
respecting issue of passports 
if bearer of passport has status 
held by him at time of issue of 
passport. 
Execution of application for registra- 
tion 


No fee 
1.00 

No fee 
1.00 


8 
9 


Canceled by Executive Order 9591 
of July 21, 1945. 

For receiving and delivering ship's 
register and papers, $1 for each 100 
tons or fraction thereof, registered 
measurement (net), of the vessel for 
which the service is performed, if 
under 1,000 tons; but for American 
vessels running regularly by weekly 
or monthly trips, or otherwise, to 
or between foreign ports, this ton- 
nage fee will not be charged for 
more than four trips in a year; and 
tonnage fees shall not be exacted for 
any vessel touching at or near ports 
in Canada on her regular voyage 
from one port to another within the 
United States, unless some official 
service required by law shall be per- 
formed (seesec. V-22). 






Issue of card or certificate of identity 






Execution of affidavit in regard to 
American birth in connection with 
application for registration or for 






For a certified copy of executed 
form for repatriation of native-born 
American women under the Na- 
tionality Act of October 14, 1940 (54 
Stat. 1146; 8 U. S. C. 717 (b)) 





TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



101 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




SEKVIf ES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN— 






MISCELUINEOUS NOTARUL AND 






continued 






OTHER SERVICES 




10 


And for every additional 100 tons net 




24 


Administering an oath and certificate 






or fraction thereof 


$0.50 




thereof. 


$2.00 


11 


Shipping or discharging seamen, in- 
cluding the certificate thereof at- 
tached to crew list and shipping 






Exceptions- 
Administering the oath of alle- 
giance under the Nationality 






articles and given to seamen 


2.00 




Act of October 14, 1940, as 




12 


Authentication of copies of protests 
or other necessary documents for 
vessels or seamen not otherwise 






amended by the act of April 
2, 1942, to a person who lost 
his citizenship by reason of 






provided for 


2.00 




military service with acoun try 
then at war with a country 




13 


Preparation and acknowledgment 










for vessels or seamen of any oath or 






with which the United States 






declaration for which a form is given 






was at war during the second 






in the Foreign Service Regulations, 






World War (56 Stat. 198; 8 






or a similar necessary service not 






U. S. C. Supp. IV, 723) 


No fee 




otherwise provided for. See item 






For administering the oath of 






No. 7 for visa of alien crew lists 


2.00 




allegiance under the National- 




14 


Preparation and execution for vessels 
or seamen of any certificate for 
which a form is given in the Foreign 
Service Regulations, or similar 
necessary service not otherwise 






ity Act of October 14, 1940, to 
a native-born American worn 
an who lost her citizenship 
solely by marriage to an alien 
and whose marriage is termi- 






provided for 


2.00 




nated (54 Stat. 1146; 8 U.S.C. 




15 


Orders or letters for vessels or seamen 






717(b)) 


No fee 




for which forms are given in the 




25 


Administering any and all oaths re- 






Foreign Service Regulations, or 






quired to be made by pensioners and 






other similar necessary service not 






their witnesses in the execution of 






otherwise provided for 


2.00 




their pension vouchers, or by per- 




16 


Recording, when necessary, for vessels 
or seamen any document covered 
by the provisions of the Foreign 
Service Regulations, for every 100 






sons presenting claims for pensions 
or increase of pensions, or claims for 
insurance or insurance allowances 
paid by Federal or a State Govern- 






words or fraction thereof 


.50 




ment, or allotments, or certifying 




17 


Noting marine protest 


2.00 




to the competency of a local olBcial 




18 


Extending marine protest 


3.00 




before whom said papers were exe- 
cuted, or for other services in rela- 






If it exceeds 200 words, for every 










additional 100 words- 


.50 


26 


tion t hereto 


No fee 


19 


Protest of master against charterers 


Administering oaths or taking ac- 






or freighters . _ 


2.00 




knowledgments of officials or em- 




20 


Clearance when issued by the consul. 






ployees of the United States Gov- 






as at free ports 


2.00 




ernment, or of any corporation in 
which the United States or its repre- 




21 


Attending an appraisement of vessel's 










goods or effects, for each day's at- 






sentative shall own the entire out- 






tendance 


5.00 




standing capital stock, in connec- 
tion with their ofiQcial business or 




22 


Attending sale of vessel's goods, for 










each day's attendance during which 
the sale continues.. 


5.00 


27 


accounts 


No fee 




Administering oaths or taking ac- 
knowledgments, or authenticating 
the signatures of foreign officials, in 
connection with kinsmen's petitions 
for wages and effects of deceased 




23 


Attendanceat a shipwreck, or for the 
purpose of assisting a ship in dis- 
tress, or of saving wrecked goods or 
property, over and above the travel- 
ing expenses, whenever the consul's 






interposition is required by the 






seamen of the American merchant 






parties interested, for each day 


5 00 




marine 


No fee 



102 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1947 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 




28 


Acknowledgment of a deed or power 
of attorney, or similar service, in- 
cluding one or more signatures, with 






Translating or interpreting, etc.— Con. 

The foregoing fee shall be collected 

only when it is necessary that 






certificate thereof, for each copy 


$2.00 




a member of a consular staff be 




29 


Acknowledgments and authentica- 
tions connected with the assign- 
ment and transfer of United States 
bonds or other United States Gov- 
ernment financial obligations or of 
powers of attorney therefor or to 






detailed as translator or in- 
terpreter in the execution of a 
commission to take testimony. 
Exception— 
This item is not applicable to 
criminal cases under the act 






collect interest thereon 


No fee 




of June 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 1561, 




30 


Notarial and other services rendered 






1564). 






oflacials of foreign governments who 




34 


Copies (carbon copies to be charged 






render gratuitously reciprocal cour- 






for at the same rate as originals. 






tesies to officers (including military 






This includes the typing of official 






and naval officers) of the Govern- 






forms where requested and where 






ment of the United States 


No fee 




such service is not included in any 




31 


Certifying to official character of a 






other item of this tariff). 






foreign notary or other official 


2.00 




For every 100 words or fraction 






Exception- 
Authentications under author- 






thereof... 


$0.50 






35 


For certifying to the correctness of a 






ity of the United States Quar- 






copy of, or extract from, a docu- 






antine Regulations, m the 
form prescribed by the De- 






ment, official or private 


2.00 








Each copy certified is to be con- 






partment of State, certifying 






sidered an original, and a fee 






to official character of officials 






charged for the certification. 






who sign foreign deratization 






Exception— 






certificates and deratization 






For the certification of a docu- 






exemption certificates (see 






ment, or copy thereof, the 






item No. 8). -.. 


No fee 




original of which is author- 




32 


For taking depositions, executing 






ized to be furnished without 






commissions or letters rogatory, 
where the record of testimony in- 






charge 


No fee 






36 


Additional fee for all services contem- 






cluding caption and certificate does 






plated by fees numbered 24, 28, 31, 






not exceed 5(X) words (excluding 






32, 34, and 35, when rendered else- 






punctuation) 


10.00 




where than at the consular office at 






For each additional 100 words or 






the request of the interested parties. 






fraction thereof... 


.50 




for each hour or fraction thereof 


1.00 




The foregoing fee shall cover the 






In connection with any service 






administration of the oath and 






rendered outside of the consular 






all services of the consul as com- 






office at the request of private 






missioner, but shall not include 






individuals, the exact amount 






services of clerk, stenographer 






of the expenses actually and 






(dictation and typing) or typist. 






necessarily incurred by the per- 






which shall be additional at 






son rendering the service shall 






the rate prescribed herein for 






be collected from the persons 






copying. 






for whom the service is per- 




33 


Translating or interpreting, for every 
100 words of translation or fraction 
thereof, or for interpreter per hour 






formed in addition to the fee or 
fees prescribed therefor, but no 
amount in excess of the fee or 






or fraction thereof 


1.00 




fees prescribed and such actual 












and necessary expenses shall be 












charged or accepted. 





TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



103 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 






OTHER SERVICES— con. 




37 


Recording unofficial documents in 
consulate upon request: 
For every 100 words or fraction 




43 


Certifying to protest and noting of a 
bill of exchange or other negotiable 
instrument and giving notice there- 






thereof^-. -. 


$0.50 




of to drawer and indorsers when re- 




38 


Any and all services indicated in the 






quested to do so._ 


$2.00 




Tariff of Fees performed for the 




44 


Any and all services performed for 






official use of the Government of the 






American citizens while outside the 






United States; any and all notarial 






United States in preparation of 






services, such as the administration 






ballots to be used in any primary. 






of oaths or the taking of acknowledg- 






general, or other public elections in 






ments, in connection with the exe- 






the United States, its territories, or 






cution of forms or other documents 






possessions, whether Federal, State, 






issued by or to be presented to any 






Territorial, county, town, or mu- 






department or agency of the Gov- 






nicipal _-. 


No fee 




ernment of the United States, the 




45 


Certificate of Witness to Marriage 






gratis performance of which is not 






(Form No. 87), in duplicate.- 


1.00 




otherwise provided for in the Tariff 




46 


For taking into possession the per- 






of Fees; and any and all notarial 






sonal estate of any citizen who shall 






services performed for members of 






die within the limits of a consular 






the armed forces of the United 












States or for any civilian employees 






district, inventorying, selling, and 






of the Government of the United 






finally disposing of, according to 






States 


No fee 




law, the balance due thereon for 
each $100 of market value or fraction 




39 


Any and all services in connection 






with the execution of tax returns, 
Federal, State, Territorial, munici- 






thereof-- 


2.00 




Exception- 






pal, or insular _ 


No fee 




No fee shall be charged on se- 










40 


Canceled by Executive Order 9507 
of December 20, 1944 _.._ 






curities not negotiable by the 




41 


For certifying to the correctness of 
copies of certificates of American 
origin, manufacture, or inspection, 
where such services are performed 
upon loritten orders of the Secretary of 
State for the purpose of advancing 
the export trade of the United 






consular officer; and evidences 
of debt not due and payable 
in the country where the de- 
cedent died. No charge shall 
be made for placing the official 
seal upon the personal prop- 
erty or effects of such deceased 






States (see item No. 1) 


No fee 




citizen, or for breaking or re- 




42 


Presenting a bill of exchange or other 






negotiable instrument for accept- 






moving such seals. 






ance, pajTnent, or protest, for each 




47 


For each certificate of protection. 






hour or fraction thereof outside of 






semsar, or certificate of employ- 






the consular office 


1.00 




ment issued at Tangier 


2.00 











CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS ' 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


George V. Allen... 


Ambassador ex- 


Tehran. 


Apr. 23,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


$13, 500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary. 2 












Ray Atherton 


Ambassador ex- 


Ottawa 


tNov. 18,1943 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary. 2 












WillardL.Beaulac- 


Ambassador extra- 


Bogota 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




ordinary and plen- 














ipotentiary.2 












George H. Butler.. 


Ambassador extra- 
ordinary and 
plenipotentiary.' 


Cludad Trujillo. 


July 13,1946 


Nov. 14,1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500' 


Jefferson Caffery... 


Ambassador ex- 


Paris 


{Nov. 25, 1944 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14,1946 


13,500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.' 












J. Rives Childs..._ 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 


Jidda 


Apr. 27,1946 
Aug. 22,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




Sana'a 






plenipotentiary.' 












Felix Cole 


Envoy extraordi- 


Addis Ababa3__. 


Feb. 20,1945 


Nov. 14,1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




nary and minister 














plenipotentiary.' 












Louis Q. Dreyfus, 


Appointed envoy 


Stockholm 


Aug. 1, 1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Jr. 


extraordinary and 
minister plenipo- 
tentiary.' 












James Clement 


Ambassador extra- 
ordinary and 


Rome... 


July 25,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Dunn. 








plenipotentiary.' < 












John G. Erhardt.- 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 


Vienna.. 


JAug. 3, 1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14,1946 


13, 500 


Joseph Flack 


Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 


La Paz 


Apr. 27,1946 


Nov. ,14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 










plenipotentiary.' 












Maxwell M. Ham- 


Envoy extraordi- 


Helsinki 


Sept. 25, 1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 


ilton. 


nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 












Leland Harrison. ._ 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 


Bern 


July 13,1937 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 


Hallett Johnson 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Department 


June 10,1947 


Nov. 14. 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 



' Arranged chronologically according to salary and when salary is the same according to date of appointment 
to present class. 

' Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant 
to the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 

• George R. Merrell has been appointed envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to succeed Felix Cole. 

* Assigned also as U. S. representative. Advisory Council for Italy, and U. S. political adviser to Supreme 
Commander, Mediterranean Theater, Leghorn. 

105 



106 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER COn. 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 


Salary 


George S. Messer- 


Ambassador ex- 


Buenos Aires 


Apr. 12,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


$13, 500 


smith. 


traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.! 












R. Henry Norweb. 


Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 

plenipotentiary.' 


Habana 


May 22,1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Ely E. Palmer 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.' 


Kabul 


Feb. 9, 1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


H. F. Arthur 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 1, 1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Schoenfeld. 


cer. 












Robert M. Scotten_ 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


May 20, 1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


John F. Simmons.. 


cer. 
Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.! 


Quito 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 


Edwin F. Stanton. 


Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.! 


Bangkok 


tApr. 10, 1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Walter Thurston.. 


Ambassador ex- 
traordinary and 
plenipotentiary.! 


Mexico, D. F... 


May 4,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


Harold n. Titt- 


Ambassador extra- 


Port-au-Prince.. 


July 12,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 


mann, Jr. 


ordinary and plen- 
ipotentiary.! 












S. Pinkney Tuck.. 


Appointed ambas- 


Cairo 


{Sept. 19,1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




sador extraordi- 














nary and plenipo- 














tentiary.' 












George Wadsworth 


Ambassador extraor- 
dinary and pleni- 
potentiary.' 


Baghdad 


Nov. 19, 1946 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 


Avra M. Warren.. 


Envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister 
plenipotentiary.! 


Wellington 


Oct. 27,1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov 14,1946 


13,500 


Fletcher Warren... 


Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.! 


Asuncion.- 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14,1946 


13,500 


John C. Wiley 


Appointed ambas- 


Lisbon.. 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13, 500 




sador extraordi- 














nary and plenipo- 














tentiary.! 












Edwin C. Wilson.. 


Ambassador ex- 


Ankara 


Jan. 27,1945 


Nov. 14, 1946 


§Nov. 14, 1946 


13,500 




traordinary and 














plenipotentiary.! 












George Atcheson, 


U. S. political ad- 


Office of U. S. 


Sept. 7,1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


July 1,1924 


13, 500 


Jr. 


viser.2 


Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 











! Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 
' With the personal rank of ambassador. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 



107 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS OF CAREER MINISTER COn. 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


MajTiard B. Barnes. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Feb. 1,1947 


Nov. 25, 1946 


June 23,1921 


$13, 500 


Ellis 0. Briggs 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Aug. 25, 1945 


Nov. 25. 1946 


§Aug. 1,1945 


13,500 


Selden Chapin 


Appointed envoy 
extraordinary and 
minister plenipo- 
tentiary.' 


Budapest 


Apr. 10, 1947 


Nov. 25, 1940 


Apr. 20,1925 


13, 500 


Monnett B. Davis. 


Comiselor of em- 
bassy and consul 
general. 2 3 


Shanghai 


Mar. 1, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1946 


§Feb. 27,1946 


13,500 


Waldemar J. Gall- 


Counselor of em- 


London 


tJan. 7, 1944 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Oct. 7, 1922 


13, 500 


man. 


bassy.« 












Loy W. Henderson. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


July 21,1945 


Nov. 25, 1946 


§July 18,1945 


13, 500 


George F. Kennan. 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Apr. 26,1946 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


13, 500 


H. Freeman Mat- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


June 28,1943 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Jan. 15,1924 


13, 500 


thews. 


officer. 












Robert D. Murphy. 


U. S. political ad- 
viser.' 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Sept. 15, 1944 


Nov. 25, 1946 


Mar. 1,1921 


13, 500 


John Carter Vin- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


Dec. 15,1942 


Nov. 25, 1946 


May 20, 1925 


13, 500 


cent. 


officer. 













FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE 



Henry M. Bank- 
head. 

Thomas D. Bow- 
man. 

George L. Brandt.. 

Richard P. But- 
rick. 



H. Merle Cochran 

Nathaniel P. Davis. 

Erie R. Dickover.. 

Arthur C. Frost... 
J. Klahr Huddle... 



Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 



Consul general. 



Consul general 

Adviser on foreign 
affairs to the Re- 
public of the Phil- 



Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 2 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul general 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 



Naples. 
Manila. 



On detail as in- 
spector. 
Manila 



Department. 



Toronto 

Department- 



tJan. 


20, 1945 


July 


30, 1946 


Mar 


9, 1944 


July 


31, 1946 


Dec. 


9, 1942 


tJuly 


4, 1946 


June 28,1943 


Oct. 


12, 1944 


Oct. 


18, 1945 



Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



July 



Feb. 11,1915 



Apr. 21, 
Dec. 1, 



Oct. 23, 

July 1, 

June 4, 

Apr. 1. 

Apr. 19, 



13,500 
13, 500 



13, 500 

13, 500 

13,500 

13,500 
13, 600 



1 Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. Reinstated as FSO in class of CM pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 1101 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946. 
' With the personal rank of minister. 

' Accredited to the embassy at Nanking; resident in Shanghai. 
* With the honorary rank of minister. 
« With the personal rank of ambassador. 



108 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST! JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on dutv as 
FSO 


Salary 


Joseph E. Jacobs. - 


U. S. Political Ad- 
viser. 


Office of the 
U. S. Political 
Adviser, Staff 
of Command- 
ing General, 
U.S. Occupa- 
tion Forces, 
Korea. 


May 22,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 8, 1915 


$13,500 


Leland B.Morris.. 


Foreign Service ofH- 
cer. 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


Dec. 20,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Oct. 16,1945 


13, 500 


Lowell C. Pinker- 


Envoy extraordi- 


Beirut 


Nov. 19, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 3, 1917 


13, 500 


ton. 


nary and minister 
plenipotentiary, i 












H. Earle Russell... 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Dec. 26,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 6,1916 


13,500 


Rudolf E. Schoen- 


Foreign Service oflB- 


Department 


Jan. 29,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 10,1916 


13, 500 


feld. - 


cer. 












North Winship.... 


Consul general 


Montreal 


Oct. 12,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 19.1910 


13,500 


Sam E. Woods 


Consul general 


Munich 


June 9,1947 


Nov I 3.1946 


July 1,19.39 


13. 500 


Ralph n. Acker- 


Counselor of em- 


Lima 


Apr. 7, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


13,200 


man. 


bassy. 












H. Lawrence 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. af- 


Athens.. 


May 31,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


13, 200 


Groves. 








fairs. 












Donald R. Heath.. 


Counselor of mis- 
sion. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Nov. 1,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 4, 1920 


13,200 


James Hugh Kee- 


Counselor of em- 


Athens 


Oct. 18,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 13,1922 


13,200 


ley. Jr. 


bassy and consul 
general. 












Alfred W. Klie- 


Consul general. 


Halifax 


Feb. 6, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 13, 1923 


13,200 


forth. 














Thomas H. Lock- 


Counselor of em- 


Warsaw 


Mar. 12, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


13,200 


ett. 


bassy for econ. 
affairs. 












Robert B.Macatee 


Consul general 


Jerusalem 


Sept. 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 1,1918 


13,200 


Orsen N. Nielsen.. 


Consul general 


Sydney 


Aug. 1, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 1,1919 


13,200 


Daniel J. Reagan.. 


Counselor of embas- 


Paris 


Sept. 19. 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


13,200 




sy for econ. affairs. 












Loyd V. Steere 


Counselor of mis- 
sion. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


{Aug. 27,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


13,200 


Harold S. TewelL. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


TTahani 


May 7,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 22, 1921 


13, 200 








Herbert S. Bursley. 


Counselor of em- 


Ankara 


Apr. 25.1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 20,1919 


12,800 




bassy. 












Cecil M. P. Cross.. 


Consul general 


S50 Paulo 


Mar. 21,1941 


Nov. 13,1946 


Dec. 23,1919 


12, 800 


William E. De- 


Foreign Service ofiB- 


Department 


Oct. 5, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 6,1923 


12,800 


Courcy. 


ccr. 













Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President, 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE — Continued 



109 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Walter J. Donnelly- 


Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo 
tentiary.' 


San Jos§ 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


$12, 800 


William E. Dunn.. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


Santiago 


June 22,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


12, 800 


Carol H. Foster 


Consul general 


Capetown 


Nov. 2,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 4, 1919 


12,800 


Hugh S. Fullerton. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy and consul 
general. 


Paris 


Sept. 13, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 7,1920 


12,800 


Raymond H. Geist- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Mexico, D. F... 


.\pr. 4, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1921 


12, 800 


Samuel Reber 


Foreign Service ofH- 


Department 


Aug. 15,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


12, 800 


Howard K. Trav- 


Consul general 


Vancouver 


May 15, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 13,1921 


12,800 


Merwin L. Bohan. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 


Mexico, D.F... 


Aug. 14,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


12,400 




Consul general 

Consul general 




June 18,1945 
May 31, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 30, 1920 
Aug. 24,1928 


12, 400 


Cecil Wayne Gray. 


Marseille 


12,400 


Julian F. Harring- 


Counselor of em- 


Ottawa 


Dec. 9, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 18,1925 


12, 400 


ton. 


bassy. 












Harry C.Hawkins. 


Counselor of em- 


London 


Sept. 12, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 11,1944 


12, 400 




bassy for econ. 














affairs.3 












George D. Hopper 


Consul general 


Hong Kong and 
Macau. 


Sept. 17, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 5,1917 


12, 400 


Charles A. Liven- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Feb. 27,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1. 1939 


12, 400 


good. 


cer. 












George R. Merrell. 


Appointed envoy ex- 
traordinary and 
minister plenipo- 
tentiary.! 


Add s Ababa.... 


May 15,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 4, 1922 


12,400 


John J. Muccio.... 


Foreign Service ofS- 


Department 


Dec. 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 23, 1921 


12, 400 


Alfred T. Nester... 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


Dec. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 28,1922 


12,400 


Albert F. Nufer.... 


Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.! 


San Salvador 


Apr. 10,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


12,400 


Christian M. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 12, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 20,1922 


12, 400 


Ravndal. 


cer. 












Harold Shantz 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Canberra 


Feb. 26,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 30, 1921 


12, 400 


Clifford C. Taylor. 


Agricultural attache. 


New Delhi 


Mar. 26, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


12,400 


Paul T. Culbert- 


First secretary 


Madrid 


Apr. 15,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 9,1947 


12,000 


son. 
Paul H. Ailing..... 


Appointed envoy ex- 
traordmary and 
minister plenipo- 
tentiary.' 


Damascus 


Apr. 10.1947 


May 15,1947 


§Apr. 16,1945 


12,000 



' Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the ProsidJnt. 
' With the rank of minister. 



110 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS ONE — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Charles E. Bohlen. 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


June 3, 1942 


May 15,1947 


May 


1, 1929 


$12,000 


William W. But- 


Counselor of em- 


Nanking 


Jan. 2. 1946 


May 15,1947 


June 


2,1928 


12.000 


terworth, Jr. 


bassy.' 














JohaM. Cabot. -.- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Belgrade 


June 26,1946 


May 15. 1947 


Oct. 


1, 1926 


12,000 


Paul C. Daniels... 


Appointed ambas- 
sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary.2 


Tegucigalpa 


Apr. 10,1947 


May 15,1947 


Sept. 


29, 1927 


12,000 


Howard Donovan. 


Counselor of em- 


New Delhi 


Apr. 15,1947 


May 15,1947 


Nov. 


29, 1921 


12, 000 


David McK. Key.. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


Apr. 15,1947 


May 15,1947 


Apr. 


20, 1925 


12,000 


Edward B. Law- 


Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 


.\nkara 


{Sept. 7,1945 


May 15,1947 


July 


1, 1939 


12 000 


son. 








aflairs. 














Warwick Perkins. 


First secretary 


Ankara... 


July 4, 1945 


May 15,1947 


Nov. 


6,1924 


12,000 


Edwin A. PJitt... 


Counselor of lega- 
tion. 


Bern 


Oct. 8,1945 


May 15,1947 


Nov. 


30, 1921 


12,000 


Karl L. Rankin.... 


Counselor of lega- 
tion for econ. af- 
fairs. 


Vienna 


Sept. 13,1946 


May 15,1947 


July 


1, 1939 


12,000 


James W. Riddle- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Oct. 28,1943 


May 15, 1947 


Nov. 


20, 1929 


12,000 


berger. 


cer. 















FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO 



George K. Donald _ 
Paul R. Josselyn... 
Lynn W. Meekins 
Myrl S. Myers 

George P. Shaw... 

Clarence J. Spiker. 
J. Webb Benton... 

Edward M. Groth, 
Hugh Millard 



Parker W. Buhr- 

man. 
Sydney B. Red- 

ecker. 
Christian T. Steger. 



Don C. Bliss 

William R. Lang- 
don. 



Consul general.. 
Consul general.. 

Consul 

Foreign Service ( 

cer. 
Counselor of i 

bassy. 
Consul general.. 
Counselor of i 

bassy. 
Consul general.. 
Counselor of i 

bassy. 
Consul general.. 



Consul general. 



Consul general and 
first secretary. 

Cml. attache 

Consul general and 
United States po- 
litical adviser. 



London 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, Staff of 
Commanding 
General, U. S. 
Occupation 
Forces, Korea. 

With the personal rank of minister. 
' Serving as chief "of mission on appointment by the President. 



St. John's, N. F. 

Singapore 

Sao Paulo 

Department 



Quito. 



Tsingtao. 
Lisbon... 



Hamburg- 
Brussels... 



Frankfort on the 

Main. 
Cope 



Nov. 


26, 1945 


Mar. 


5, 1946 


Feb. 


4, 1946 


Feb. 


27, 1947 


Nov. 


4, 1944 


July 


30, 1946 


Apr. 


11,1947 


Jan. 


18, 1946 


June 


3, 1947 


Feb. 


27, 1947 


tMar. 


1, 1946 


Dec. 


28, 1945 


tApr. 


15, 1943 


tMay 


15, 1946 



Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 



Sept. 


2,1914 


Apr. 


25, 1910 


July 


1, 1939 


Nov. 


11, 1907 


Nov. 


1, 192C 


May 29, 1914| 


Dec. 


8, 1920 


July 


1, 1920 


Sept. 


6, 1921 


Sept. 


10, 1918 


June 


13, 1^46 


Jan. 


2, 1920 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


2, 1914 



$11,900 
11,900 
11,900 
11,900 

11, 900 

11,900 
11,750 

11,750 
11,750 



11,400 
11,400 



11, 050 
11, 050 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL HI 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Paul 0. Nyhus 

Robert Lacy 

Smyth. 
Maurice W Alt- 


Agricultural attachfi. 
Consul general. 

Consul general 

Consul general _ 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of lega- 
tion and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
aSairs. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul general and 
first secretary. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Agricultural attachfei. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 

Consul general 

Consul general 




May 5, 1945 
JMar. 11, 1946 

tApr. 11,1946 

June 3, 1947 

{May 7,1946 
June 7,1945 
Apr. 11,1946 

Feb. 21,1947 

Apr. 18,1945 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Aug. 26, 1946 

Apr. 11, 1947 

tMar. 25, 1946 
Oct. 21,1946 

Jan. 31,1947 

Mar. 4,1947 
{Dec. 29,1944 
Dec. 20,1946 
Apr. 22,1947 
Oct. 1,1946 

Mar. 29, 1945 
Dec. 4, 1944 
Nov. 29, 1946 

May 13,1946 

May 6,1947 
Apr. 7, 1947 
Sept. 19, 1945 
May 9,1947 

Mar. 14, 1946 

{Apr. 28,1945 
Apr. 15,1942 

Apr. 11,1946 
Apr. 29,1946 


Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 194b 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13. 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 194G 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 
Oct. 22,1921 

Aug. 13,1923 

§Oct. 1, 1943 

Oct. 2, 1920 
Dec. 29.1931 
July 4, 1921 

June 13, 1921 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Oct. 19,1920 

Nov. 2,1925 

Sept. 30, 1922 

July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Aug. 11,1922 
Mar. 6,1923 
June 14,1921 
May 7, 1927 

Apr. 12,1923 
July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 

Nov. 6, 1924 

July 1, 1939 
Apr. 12,1923 
June 24,1922 
July 1, 1939 

Oct. 6,1919 

Dec. 12,1919 
July 1, 1939 

§Sept. 1,1930 
Sept. 8,1921 


$11,050 


Tientsin... 

Bremen ' 


11,050 
10, 700 


afler. 
John W. Bailey, 

Jr. 
Charles A. Bay.... 
William H. Beck.. 
Donald F. Bigelow. 

Hiram A. Boucher. 
Clarence C.Brooks- 
George R. Cauty.. 
Harry E. Carlson.. 
Lewis Clark 


Genoa.-.. 

Milan 


10, 700 
10, 700 


Southampton... 
Budapest 

Department 

Rio de Janeiro.. 

Department 

Budapest 


10, 700 
10, 700 

10, 700 

10, 700 

10, 700 
10, 700 
10, 700 




Warsaw . 


10, 700 


2d. 
OwenL. Dawson.. 
Samuel H. Day.... 


Nanking 

New Delhi 


10, 700 
10, 700 

10, 700 


son, Jr. 2 
Albert M.Doyle-. 


Johannesburg... 

Amsterdam 

Basel 


10, 700 
10, 700 
10, 700 


Samuel J. Fletcher. 
Fayette J. Flexer.. 


Consul general 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

Cml. attache. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy for econ. 
affairs. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary 

Cml. attache 

Cml. attache 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 
Consul general 

Consul general 

Agricultural attache. 

Consul general 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 


Goteborg--- 

Manila 


10, 700 
10, 700 


Richard Ford 

Homer S Fox 


Barcelona 

Ottawa 


10, 700 
10, 700 


Julian C. Greenup. 
George J. Haering. 


Buenos Aires 

Department 


10, 700 

10, 700 
10, 700 


Joel C. Hudson.... 
Marcel E. Malige 


Bucharest 

Bern 


10, 700 
10, 700 


Lester DeWitt 


Hahana 


10, 700 


Mallory. 
Dayle C. Mc- 
Donough. 


Glasgow 


10, 700 
10, 700 






10, 700 


man. 
Earl L. Packer 


Rangoon.- 


10, 700 
10, 700 









' Assigned to serve at Shangha 
' Resident in Johannesburg. 



112 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO — Continued 



Name 


Designation 


Pos 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on dutv as 

FSO 


Salary 


Austin R. Preston ' 


Consul general 


Ziiiich and Va- 
duz. 


June 2, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 10,1922 


$10, 700 


J. Bartlett Rich- 


Cml. attache 


Manila 


{July 8, 1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 


10, 700 


ards. 














Joseph C. Satter- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 13, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 1, 1920 


10,700 


thwaite. 


cer. 












Lester L. Sehnare.. 


Consul general 


Genoa 


Apr. 24, 194r) 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 6,1919 


10,700 


Paul P. Stein torf.._ 


Consul general 


Antwerp 


June 2. 1947 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1. 1939 


10,700 


George Tait. 


Counselor of em- 
bassy and consul 


London 


Feb. 8,1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Oct. 31,1923 


10, 700 










general. 












Howard H. Tcwks- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 29, 1940 


Nov. 13, 1940 


July 1, 1939 


10,700 


bury. 


cer. 












Angus Ward 


Consul general 


Mukden 


July 9, 194(; 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Apr. 20,1925 


10, 700 


Oeorge II. Winters 


Foreign Service offi- 


Ciudad Jufirez.. 


Dec. 22,1944 


Nov. 13, 1940 


Aug. 10,1927 


10, 700 


James F. Hodgson _ 


Cml. attache 


Warsaw.. _ 


Apr. 1,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 5,1947 


10,000 


Frederick B.Lyon- 


First secretary 


Cairo 


May 7, 1947 


Feb. 17,1947 


Mar. 11,1947 


10, 000 


David M. Mayn- 


Cml. attache 


Sydney.. 


May 0, 1947 


Mar. 22, 1947 


May 6, 1947 


10,000 


ard. 
Franklin W. Wolf _ 


Cml. attache 


Montevideo 


tMar. 22, 1947 


Mar. 22, 1947 


Mar. 22, 1947 


10,000 


Theodore C.Achil- 


Foreign .service offi- 


Office of U. S. 


Apr. 2,1947 


May 15,1947 


Jan. 8, 19,32 


10,000 


les. 


cer. 


Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










John M. Allison-.- 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


July 30,1946 


May 15, 1947 


Jan. 1, 1932 


10,000 


H. Mcrfcll Ben- 


Consul general 


Dairen 


May 7, 1940 


May 15,1947 


Feb. 2, 1929 


10,000 


ninghoff. 














James C. II, Bon- 


Counselor of em- 


Paris 


May 31,1946 


May l.'i,1947 


Sept. 29, 1927 


10,000 


bright. 


bassy. 












Philip W. Bonsai.- 


First secretary 


The Hague 


Apr. 4, 1947 


May 15. 1947 


§Aug. 28,1944 


10,000 


John H. Bruins-... 


Counselor of em- 


Praha... 


tApr. 9, 1946 


May 15,1947 


Oct. 8, 1923 


10,000 




bassy. 












Homer M. Bying- 


Counselor of em- 


Rome 


{Mar. 26, 1947 


May 15,1947 


Dec. 23,1930 


10,000 


ton, Jr. 


bassy. 












Cavendish W. 


Appointed ambas- 


Belgrade 


Apr. 10,1947 


May 15,1947 


May 19,1928 


10,000 


Cannon. 


sador extraordi- 
nary and plenipo- 
tentiary. 2 












Vinton Clmi)in 


Counselor of lega- 


Dublin 


Apr. 21,1947 


May 15,1947 


§May 21,1930 


10, 000 




tion. 












Warren M. Chase 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


Nov. 2,194.') 


May 15, 1947 


Feb. 11,1929 


10,000 


Oliver Edmund 


Consul general 


Changchun 




May 15, 1947 


June 30, 1928 


10,000 


Clubb. 














William P. Coch- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Office of U. S. 


Dec. 5, 1946 


May 15,1947 


June 21,1928 


10,000 


ran, Jr. 


cer. 


Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Robert D. Coe 


First secretary and 


London 


Apr. 2, 1941 


May 15,1947 


Sept. 4,1928 


10,000 




consul. 













1 Resident in Zurich. 

2 Serving as chief of mission on appointment by the President. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS TWO — continued 



113 



Gerald A. Drew... 

Everett F. Drum- 
right. 
Elbridge Durbro\v_ 

Walton C. Ferris,.. 

Raymond A. Hare. 

Cloyce K.Huston.. 

Gerald Keith 



John B. Ketcham. 
Charles F. Knox, 

Jr. 
Foy D. Kohler.... 



H e r V g J . 

L'Heureux. 
John H. Madonne. 

Sheldon T. Mills.. 

Harold B. Minor.. 
James K. Penfield. 



Guy W. Ray 

Edward J. Sparks. 



Llewellyn E. 

Thompson, Jr. 
Edward T. Wailes. 

Thomas C. Wesson. 

James H. Wright.. 



Designation 



Counselor of lega- 
tion. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Foreign Service ofiB- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Counselor of em- 



Consul 

Cml. attach^. 



First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Counselor of embas- 
sy. 

Counselor of embas- 
sy. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Sarvice offi- 
cer. 



Post 



Budapest. 
London... 
Moscow... 



On detail as in- 
spector. 
Department 



Oslo. 

Montevideo. 



Batavia. 
Caracas. 



Moscow 

Department. 

Bern 

Department- 



Beirut 

Department 

Buenos Aires 

Copenhagen 

Department 

Department 

Athens 

Department 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 

July 

Mar. 

Oct. 

July 

{May 

Apr. 

Oct. 
Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Aug. 

Jan. 

June 
Dec. 

July 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

May 

O'-t. 



17, 1947 
24, 1946 
29, 1946 

18. 1945 

13. 1946 

7. 1946 

15. 1947 

12, 1945 

19. 1945 

11,1946 

8. 1947 
1, 1938 

17. 1946 

16. 1947 
20, 1944 

1, 1947 

15, 1947 

8, 1946 

22. 1944 
20, 1947 

26. 1945 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Sept. 29, 1927 

Jan. 2, 1931 

May 31, 1930 

§Jan. 11,1934 

Oct. 24,1928 

May 9,1927 

Feb. 24,1927 

Oct. 1, 1926 
July 1,1939 

Jan. 25, 1932 

Sept. 12, 1930 

July 1, 1929 

Nov. 12, 1928 

Apr. 18,1929 
May 14,1930 

Oct. 21, 1930 

Oct. 11,1926 

Feb. 15,1929 

Oct. 22,1929 

Aug. 9, 1927 

Jan. 3, 1930 



$10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10,000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 
10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10. 000 

10, 000 
10, 000 

10, 000 

10, 000 

10,000 

10,000 

10, 000 

10, 000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE 



Wainwright Ab- 
bott. 

Hooker A. Doo- 
little. 

Raleigh A. Gibson. 

John D. Johnson... 

Clayton Lane ' 

James E. McKen- 



Consul general. 

Consul general. 

Consul general. 

Consul 

Cml. attache... 



Consul general. 



St. John's, N. F. 
Alexandria 



Salonika 

Montreal 

Beirut and Da- 
mascus. 
Nanking 



June 4, 1947 

Apr. 28,1944 

Sept. 18, 1946 
June 25,1942 
Aug. 29, 1945 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Apr. 


17, 1920 


Nov. 


15, 1920 


July 


12, 1920 


Sept. 


20, 1922 


July 


1, 1939 


June 


1. 1925 



9,900 
9,900 



Resident in Beirut. 



114 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pomtment to 


on duty as 


Salary 








present class 


FSO 




Leslie E Reed 


Consul general 


Caracas 


Jan. 27, 1947 


Nov 13 1946 


May 9,1914 
July 1, 1939 


$9 900 


James T. Scott.-.. 


First secretary 


Bangkok 


Apr. 28,1047 


Nov. 13, 1946 


9,900 




Consul.. 


Birmingham.... 


Aug. 29, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 29, 1914 


9,900 


Marshall M. Vance. 


Counselor of mission 
and consul gen- 
eral. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 


May 16, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 5, 1921 


9,900 


Jesse F. Van Wic- 

kel. 
A. Dana Hodgdon. 


Cml. attache. 


The Hague 


tOct. 9, 1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


9,900 


Consul general 


Stuttgart 


Feb. 28,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


§Jan. 11,1934 


9,800 


Renwick S Mc- 


Consul general 


Palermo 


Oct. 27, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 8, 1920 


9 800 


Niece. 












Quincy F. Roberts. 
James Somerville.. 


Consul 


Belfast 


Sept. 4, 1942 


Nov 13, 1946 


Apr. 17,1915 
July 1, 1939 


9 800 


Cml. attache 


Tehran, 


Feb. 15,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


9,800 


S. Walter Wash- 


First secretary and 


Mexico, D.F... 


June 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


9,800 


ington. 


consul. 












William H. Beach. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Addis Ababa-... 


Feb. 20,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 5,1924 


9,500 


David C. Berger... 


Consul general 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Oct. 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1920 


9,500 


Richard F.Boyce.. 


Consul general 


Melbourne 


Jan. 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 10,1920 


9,500 


Daniel M. Brad- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Feb. 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 1,1929 


9,500 


dock. 


cer. 












A. BlandCalder'.. 


Cml. attache 


Nanking 


{Feb. 17,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


9,500 






Victoria, B. C... 
Panama 


July 17,1946 
Apr. 15,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 4,1923 
July 1, 1939 


9,500 


Archie W. Childs.. 


Cml. attache 


9,500 


Prescott Childs.... 




Habana.... 


Apr. 11,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 6,1924 


9,500 




first secretary. 












Cabot CoviUe 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 


Dec. 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


9,600 


James Orr Denby 


Counselor of lega- 


Vienna 


Dec. 28,1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Sept. 6,1921 


9,500 


Hasell H. Dick 


tion. 
Consul general 


Dakar 


Jan. 23,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 14, 1911 


9,500 


Harold D. Finley.. 


Consul general 


Algiers 


tOct. 16,1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Oct. 2, 1920 


9,500 


C. Paul Fletcher... 


Consul -- 


Gibraltar.. 


Mar. 13,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 July 29, 1924 


9,500 








tJune 8, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 Sent. 27. 1916 


9,600 


Franklin C. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


May 5,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 8, 1926 


9,500 


Gowen. 


cer. 












W i n t h r p S. 


Consul general 


Lagos 


tMar. 27, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 25,1924 


9,600 


Greene. 














William M. 


Consul general 


Leopold ville--.- 


Sept. 13, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 1, 1926 


9,600 


Gvvynn. 














Curtis C.Jordan... 


Consul general- 


Lourengo Mar- 
ques. 


Sept. 14, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


Feb. 29,1920 


9,600 


ErwinP. Keeler... 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


Dec. 23,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


9,600 



> Assigned to serve at Shanghai. 



CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL 

CLASS THREE — continued 



115 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 


Salary 


C. Porter Kuyken- 

dall. 
Charles W. Lewis, 

Jr. 
Clarence E. Macy. 


Consul general 


Liverpool 


tMar. 


16, 1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


2, 1920 


.$9, 500 


Consul general 


Casablanca 


{Dec. 


22,1944 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


12, 1923 


9,500 


Consul general 


Istanbul 


Sept. 


18, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


5,1923 


9,500 


Paul W. Meyer.. . - 


Consul 


Shanghai 


Aug. 


25, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 


9,1924 


9,500 


JamesP.Moffitt.. 


Consul general 


Monterrey 


Sept. 


14. 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


10, 1919 


9,500 


James S. Moose, 


Foreign Service offi- 


On detail as in- 


Mar. 


3, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Jan. 


20, 1928 


9,500 


Jr. 


cer. 


spector. 
















James B. Pilcher.. 


Consul 


Shanghai 


Mar. 


1, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


6, 1928 


9,600 


Harold M. RandaU- 


Cml. attache 


Madrid 


Oct. 


26, 1945 


Nov, 


13, 1946 


Julv 


1, 1939 


9,500 


PaulC. Squire 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Buenos Aires 


Apr. 


25, 1945 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


17, 1919 


9,500 


Maurice L. Staf- 


Consul general and 


Mexico, D.F... 


tAug. 


23, 1943 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


30, 1919 


9,500 


ford. 


first secretary. 


















William T. Turner, 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Nanking 


Feb. 


20, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


26, 1924 


9,500 


Walter N. Walms- 


Counselor of em- 


Rome 


Feb. 


5, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


18, 1929 


9,500 


ley, Jr. 


bassy for ecou. 
affairs. 


















James R. Wilkiu- 


Consul general 


Melbourne 


June 


2, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


2, 1921 


9,500 


Frances E Willis 


First secretary and 


London 


May 


26, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Sept. 


29, 1927 


9,500 




consul. 
























tSept 


7, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Dec. 


10, 1929 


9,200 




consul. 


















Sidney A. Belov- 

sky. 
Burton Y. Berry.. 


Consul.. 


Toronto 


Dec. 


20, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


16, 1929 


9,200 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Apr. 


30, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


May 


21, 1928 


9,200 


Gilson G. Blake.-. 


Comsul general 


Valparaiso 


tMar. 


4,1947 


Nov. 


13. 1946 


Oct. 


12, 1922 


9,200 


Russell M. Brooks- 




Bordeaux 


June 


2, 1947 


Nov 


13,1946 


June 26,1922 


9,200 


Allan Dawson 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


Dec. 


31, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


20, 1925 


9,200 


Charles H. Derry. 


Consul general 


Calcutta. 


June 


23, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Aug. 


15, 1922 


9,200 


Bertel E. Kuni- 


First secretary and 


Beirut 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


June 


18, 1928 


9,200 


holm. 


consul. 


















Edmund B. Mont- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 


2, 1943 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


12, 1920 


9,200 


gomery. 


cer. 


















John H. Morgan... 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Sept. 


22, 1943 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Nov. 


2, 1925 


9,200 


Sidney E. O'Don- 


Counselor of embas- 


Buenos Aires 


May 


2, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1922 


9,200 


oghue. 


sy. 


















Harold B. Quartou 


Consul general 


Tampico. 


May 


1, 1946 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


Apr. 


29, 1912 


9,200 


Gardner Richard- 


First secretary . . 


Bern 


Dec. 


8,1941 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


July 


1, 1939 


9,200 


son. 
Harry L. Trout- 


Consul 


Geneva.. 


Aug. 


23, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Feb 


26, 1923 


9.200 


man. 








23, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


May 


17, 1928 


9,200 




consul. 


















George Gregg Ful- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


June 


16, 1947 


Nov. 


13, 1946 


§Aug. 


6, 1937 


8,900 


ler. 


officer. 


















Samuel R. Thomp- 


Consul 


Manchester 


Feb. 


12, 1946 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Oct. 


22, 1919 


8,900 


son. 
Frederik van den 


Consul.- 


Batavia.. 


Dec 


29, 1945 


Nov 


13, 1946 


Nov 


3, 1923 


8,900 


Arend. 




















Joseph F. Burt 


Foreign Service 
officer. 


Department 


Jan. 


27, 1947 


Nov 


13. 1946 


Mar. 


12, 1924 


8,600 



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FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE — continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Reginald S. Castle- 
man. 
Richard M. de 




Malaga 


May 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 4, 1920 


$8,600 


First secretary and 


Lima 


Mar. 29, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 15,1924 


8,600 


Lambert. 


consul. 












Eugene M.Hinkle. 


Consul 


Montreal 


Sept. 10,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 2,1925 


8,600 


Oliver B. North... 


Asst. cml. attache... 


Ottawa 


Nov. 16, 1928 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8.600 


E Talbot Smith 


Consul 


Accra... 

Chungking 


July 17,1946 
Apr. 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 1,1921 
Sept. 12,1924 


8.600 


Robert B.Streeper. 


Consul general 


8.600 


Francis H. Styles- . 


Consul 


Shanghai 


May 13,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 21,1920 


8,600 


Osborn S. Watson. 


Cml. attache. 


Wellington 


May 2,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,6(0 


Glenn .\. Abbey... 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Advis- 
er to Supremo 
Commander 
for Allied 
Powers, Tok- 
yo. 


July 16,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 11,1927 


8,300 


George M. Abbott. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Paris 


Sept. 13, 1944 


Nov. 13,1946 


Sept. 29, 1927 


8,300 


Garret G. Acker- 


Foreign Service 


Department 


May 8,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 8, 1928 


8,300 


son, Jr. 


officer. 












Gforge D. An- 


First secretary and 


Warsaw.. _ 


Jan. 18,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 28, 1927 


8,300 


drews. 


consul. 












J. Kenly Bacon.... 
La Verne Baldwin.. 


Consul 


Quebec 


Oct. 15,1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Jan. 6, 1931 


8.300 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 25,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 9,1927 


8,300 


Walworth Bar- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Feb. 26,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1, 1932 


8,300 


bour. 


cer. 












Jacob D. Beam.... 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man A flairs, 
Berlin. 


Oct. 16,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1,1932 


8,300 


MaxWaldoBishop 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Pow- 
ers, Tokyo. 


Aug. 25,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 11,1935 


8,300 


Roy E. B. Bower.. 
James E. Brown, 






Oct. 7. 1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 6,1927 


8,300 


First secretary and 


Montevideo 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 7, 1928 


8,300 


Jr. 


consul. 
















Manila 


Aug. 22,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 21, 1928 


8,300 




consul. 












eifinov H. Browne 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for 
Allied Pow- 
ers, Tokyo. 


Dec. 20, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 29,1927 


8,300 


Augustus S. Chase 
Du Wayne O . 






May 15, 1947 


Nov. 13,1946 


Nov. 2,1925 


8,300 


Cml. attache 


Rio de Janeiro - 


Apr. 21,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,300 


Clark. 














Montgomery H. 


Consul ..... 


Sao Paulo 


Jan. 23,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 23, 1928 


8,300 


Colladay. 














William W. Cor- 


Consul general 


Goteborg 


tDec. 29,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 28,1920 


8,300 


coran. 















CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL 

CLASS THREE — Continued 



117 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Basil D.Dahl 


Cml. attache 


Copenhagen... 


May 15,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


$8,300 


John Davies, Jr.- . 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Mexico, D. F... 


Apr. 15,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 16, 1932 


8,300 


Henry B. Day 


Consul 


Edinburgh 


Oct. 2, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


June 26,1930 


8,300 


Edmund J. Dorsz-. 


First secretary 


Baghdad 


Apr. 22, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 27,1929 


8,300 


Charles H. Ducotfe- 


Cml. attache 


Brussels 


Feb. 26,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


8,300 


C. Burke Elbrick.. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Dec. 6. 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 16,1931 


8,300 


Ernest E. Evans... 


cer. 
First secretary and 
consul. 


Manila 


Feb. 27,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1920 


8,300 


Robert F. Femald. 


Consul general 


Tananarive 


tFeb. 8, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Oct. 23,1919 


8,300 


Dorsey Oassaway 


First secretary and 


Mexico, D.F... 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 1,1929 


8,300 


Fisher. 


consul. 












Wilson C. Flake... 


Foreign Service offl- 


Department 


Feb. 6.1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


8,300 


William A. Fowler- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


May 23, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 16,1945 


8,300 


Laurence C.Frank 


Consul general and 
first secietary. 


Vienna 


tSept. 7.1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 16,1945 


8,300 


Willard Galbraith. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


La Paz 


May 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 25,1930 


8,300 


James W. Ganten- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Berlin 


May 20, 1947 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Oct. 23,1929 


8,300 


bein. 


cer. 












Bernard Gotlieb... 


Consul 


Lyon 


June 10,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Apr. 17,1915 


8,300 


Archibald E.Gray. 




Amsterdam 

Seville 


Sept. 19, 1945 
May 27, 1939 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


June 5,1928 
Nov. 8,1924 


8.300 


John N. Hamlin... 


Consul 


8,300 


Randolph Harri- 


First secretary and 


Ankara 


Apr. 22,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 20,1928 


8,300 


son. 


consul. 












Richard B. Haven 


Consul 


Turin 

Neweastle-on- 


June 11,1945 
Feb. 17,1942 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


June 26,1922 
July 5, 1921 


8,300 


Charles H. Heisler. 


Consul.. 


8,300 






Tyne. 










R. Horton Henry.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Mexico, D. F.._ 


June 29,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


8,300 


Thomas A. Hickok.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Belgrade 


Jan. 28,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 9, 1929 


8,300 


Knowlton V. Hicks. 


Consul 




Mar. 4,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 16,1927 


8,300 


Hey ward G. Hill.. 


First secretary 


Ankara 


June 23,1945 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Sept. 2,1930 


8.300 


Frederick W.Hinke 


Consul 


Tientsin 

Kingston 


Jan. 24,1946 
Jan. 23,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 4, 1924 
July 1, 1939 


8 300 


Malcolm P. Hooper. 


Consul 


8,300 


John F. Huddles- 


First secretary and 


Rome 


Aug. 21,1944 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 3,1923 


8,300 


ton. 


consul. 












Morris N. Hughes. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Habana 


Nov. 19, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


May 19,1928 


8,300 


Benjamin M. 


Foreign Service 


Department 


May 22, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 6,1924 


8,300 


Hulley. 


officer. 












Charles A. Hutch- 


First secretary and 


Habana 


June 10,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 11,1929 


8,300 


inson. 


consul. 












J. Winsorlves 


Cml. attache 


Guatemala 


Mar. 26, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1,1939 


8,300 


Perry N. Jester.... 


Consul 


Colombo 


Apr. 15,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 29, 1927 


8,300 


J. Wesley Jones... 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Rome 


Mar. 5,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 10, 1931 


8,300 


Kenneth 0. Krentz. 


Consul general 


Hankow. __ 


May 1,1946 


Nov. 13. 1946 


Apr. 18,1929 


8,300 


George D. LaMont.. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 
First secretary and 


Sofia 


Oct. 30,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Sept. 19, 1927 


8,300 


Rufus H. Lane, Jr. 


Madrid 


May 14,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 6,1924 


8,300 




consul. 












Henry P. Leverich. 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Bucharest 


Jan. 27,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 1,1932 


8,300 



118 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE — continued 



JohnH. Lord 

Raymond P. Lud- 

den. 
Cecil B. Lyon 



John J. Macdonald- 
DaleW. Maher.__. 
Thomas J. Maleady. 
Patrick Mallon 

Edward S. Maney. 

Robert Mills Mo- 
Clintock. 

Walter P. McCon- 
aughy. 

Walter H. McKin- 
ney. 

Edward D. Mc- 
Laughlin. 

Gerald A. Mokma. 



John B. Ocheltrec- 

Edward Page, Jr_. 

Nelson R. Park 

James E. Parks ... 
Troy L. Perkins... 

Avery P. Peterson 

Joseph P. Ragland. 
Charles S. Reed, 2d 
Arthur R. Ringwalt. 

Thomas H. Robin- 
son. 

James C. Sapping- 
ton, 3d. 

Edwin Sehoenrich. 

Albert W. Scott... 
John S. Service 

William A. Smale.. 
Horace H. Smith... 

Willard Quincy 

Stanton. 
Henry E. Stebbins. 

Francis Bowden 
Stevens. 

Laurence W. Tay- 
lor. 



Designation 



Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

Consul general 

First secretary 

First secretary 

First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 
Cml. attache 



Consul general 

Acting cml. attache 
Consul 



First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Consul.; 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 

Consul 



First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 

Consul. 

First secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 



Assigned also to Portuguese"possessions' 



Valencia 

Nanking 

Department 

Bombay ' 

Pretoria... 

Caracas 

New Delhi 

Buenos Aires .. 

Department... 

Beirut... 

Winnipeg 

Ottawa 

Office of U. S 
Political .Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Rio de Janeiro.. 

Rome 

Barcelona 

Le Havre 

Nanking 

London 

Medellin 

Saigon 

Department... 

Tenerife 

London 

Baghdad 

Milan 

Wellington 

Mexican 

Athens 

Stockholm 

London... 

Department 

Department 

in India. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Feb. 
Apr. 



26, 194 
1, 1946 



July 17,1946 



July 
May 
tJune 
June 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

JApr. 

Jan. 



Apr. 

Mar. 

Nov. 
Jan. 
July 



19. 1946 
2, 1946 

21, 1945 
9,1947 

2, 1945 

4, 1945 

22, 194 

28. 1945 

27. 1947 

22. 1946 



15, 194 
13, 1946 

14. 1944 

17. 1945 

18. 1946 



Mar. 17, 1942 



May 
Sept. 
July 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

July 
July 

Jan. 
June 

Apr. 

tJan. 

May 

Jime 



27,: 
17, 1945 
25, 1945 

6, 1945 

22. 1945 

5. 1945 

22. 1946 
30,1 

24. 1946 

26. 1947 

24, 1946 
26, 1943 
26, 1945 

4. 1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



13,1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13,1946 

13,1946 

13, 1946 
13,1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Oct. 5, 1925 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 10, 1931 

May 14,1930 

Apr. 19,1926 

Oct. 16,1930 

Jan. 20,1932 

Oct. 24,1928 

Feb. 1,1932 

Jan. 13, 1931 

Nov. 1, 1923 

July 1,1939 

Mar. 24, 1930 



Jan. 

Dec. 

Nov. 
June 
Jan. 



30, 1931 

9, 1929 

25, 1922 
27, 1924 
1, 1932 



July 1,1 



Nov. 
June 
May 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

May 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 
July 
Jan. 
Feb. 



6, 1924 
12,: 
21, 1928 

16. 1922 
16, 1945 

6, 1924 

10, 1927 
1,1935 

13. 1923 
6,1928 

1, 1927 

1, 1939 

1, 1932 

28. 1931 



Salary 



$8, 300 
8,300 



8,300 
8,300 



3,300 



8,300 
8,300 
8,300 

8,300 

8,300 

8,300 

8,300 
8,300 

8,300 
8,300 

8,300 

8,300 

8,300 

8,300 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE Continued 



119 



Name 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 


Salary 


Sheldon Thomas 


First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


Quito 


Apr. 9, 1947 

Dec. 9, 1946 

Dec. 30,1946 

Feb. 7, 1947 

Sept. 9,1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Apr. 21,1944 

tJuly 16,1945 
Mar. 5,1947 

June 26,1946 

Nov. 1,1946 

Feb. 11,1947 
Mar. 5,1947 

Apr. 14,1947 

June 9,1947 

May 8,1947 

Mar. 5,1947 

Mar. 12, 1947 

Apr. 21,1947 
Apr. 15,1947 
July 1, 1947 

Apr. 4, 1947 

Apr. 30,1947 
June 2, 1947 
May 6,1947 

Apr. 21,1947 

May 9, 1947 

Oct. 2, 1946 

July 5, 1946 
Feb. 20, 1946 
May 13,1946 
Jan. 27,1947 

May 28,1947 

Nov. 27, 1945 
July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Jan. 21,1947 
Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 

Feb. 18,1947 

Mar. 15, 1947 
Mar. 15, 1947 
Mar. 15, 1947 

Mar. 15, 1947 

Mar. 15, 1947 
Mar. 22, 1947 
Apr. 10,1947 

Apr. 10,1947 

Apr. 10,1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 
May 15,1947 
May 15, 1947 
May 15, 1947 

May 15, 1947 

May 15,1947 
May 15, 1947 


June 20,1940 

Dec. 31,1931 

Dec. 31,1931 

June 5,1928 

Oct. 1, 1920 

Jan. 29,1932 

Apr. 14,1925 
Jan. 21,1932 

§June 1, 1945 

Nov. 1,1946 

§Feb. 11,1947 
Mar. 5,1947 

Mar. 5,1947 

Mar. 9,1947 

Feb. 19,1947 

Mar. 5,1947 

Feb. 24,1947 

Apr. 20,1947 
Mar. 24, 1947 
July 1, 1947 

Mar. 24, 1947 

Mar. 24, 1947 
June 1, 1947 
May 5, 1947 

Apr. 21,1947 

May 5,1947 

Dec. 7, 1929 

Oct. 8, 1935 
Nov. 19, 1929 
July 1, 1939 
Mar. 22, 1939 

Mar. 21, 1939 

Oct. 31,1935 
Feb. 20,1932 


$8,300 


Tyler Thompson. __ 

William C. Trim- 
ble. 

Edward G. True- 
blood. 

George P. Waller i. 


Department 

Reykjavik 

Asuncion 

Luxembourg 


8,300 
8,300 
8,300 
8,300 


Eric C. Weudelin.. 
Clifton R Wharton 


Department 

Ponta Delgada.- 
Department 

Praha 


8,300 
8,300 


Robert F. *Wood- 

ward. 
Charles W. Yost 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Cml. attache.. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 


8,300 
8,300 


Robert M.Carr... 

Joe D. Walstrom... 

Frederic P. Bart- 
lett. 

Robert Q. Cleve- 
land. 

Eugene A. Gil- 


Department 

New Delhi 

Department 

Bucharest 

Calcutta 

Budapest 

Department 

Santiago 

Manila 


8,000 

8,000 
8,000 

8,000 

8,000 


more, Jr. 
Jack K. McFall.... 

Andreas G. Ron- 

hovde. 
E. PaulTenney... 

Patten D. Allen 


First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Asst. cml. attache... 

First secretary 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary 

Asst. cml. attache... 

Cml. attache 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary and 
consul. 


8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 


Carlos C. Hall 




8,000 


Robert P. Joyce... 
C. Montagu Pigott. 
Harry R. Turkel... 


Department 

Bucharest 


8,000 
8,000 
8,000 


Claude Courand... 
Elmer H. Bour- 

gerie. 
George A. Morgan. 

W. Leonard Park- 


Rio de Janeiro.. 
Johannesburg... 

Department 

Athens 


8,000 
8,000 

8,000 

8,000 


er. 

William K. Ailshie. 


Oslo 


8,000 




Munich 


8,000 


Ralph J. Blake 


Consul 


Taipei 


8,000 


CarlH.Boehrmger 
NilesW. Bond.... 


Asst. cml. attache... 
Second secretary 

and vice consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 


Nanking... 


8,000 
8,000 


Charles R. Bur- 
rows. . 
Richard W.Byrd 


Ciudad Trujillo. 

Strasbourg 

San Jose 


8,000 
8,000 


John Willard Car- 
rigan. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


8.000 



Resident in Luxembourg. 



120 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



: JULY 1, 194? 

CLASS THREE — Continued 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Norris B. Chip- 


Second secretary 


Paris... 


Sept. 13, 1944 


May 15, 1947 


Nov. 6, 1928 


$8, 000 


man. 


and consul. 












Walter C.Dowling. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 17, 1945 


May 15,1947 


Jan. 15,1932 


8,000 


John K. Emmer- 


First secretary 


Moscow 


May 1, 1947 


May 15, 1947 


Nov. 30, 1935 


8,000 


son. 
Andrew B. Foster_ 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 14,1944 


May 15, 1947 


Oct. 16,1935 


8,000 


Norris H.Haselton. 


cer. 
Second secretary 
and consul. 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


Aug. 22, 1946 


May 15, 1947 


Oct. 23,1935 


8,000 


L. Randolph Higgs. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Stockholm 


Apr. 27,1944 


May 15,1947 


Jan. 21, 1932 


8,000 


Outerbridge Hor- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Sept. 19, 1944 


May 15, 1947 


Apr. 26,1938 


8,000 


sey. 


cer. 












John D. Jemegan_. 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Consul 


Department 


June 10,1946 


May 15, 1947 


Dec. 13,' 1936 


8,000 


U. Alexis Johnson. 


Branch Office of 


Apr. 5,1946 


May 15, 1947 


Oct. 8, 1935 


8,000 






U. S. Political 














Adviser to Su- 














preme Com- 














mander for Al- 














lied Powers, 














Yokohama. 










George Lewis 


Second secretary 


London 


July 13,1946 


May 15, 1947 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 


Jones, Jr. 


and consul. 












E. AUan Lightner, 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Sept. 17, 1945 


May 15,1947 


Jan. 1, 1932 


8,000 


Jr. 


cer. 












William B. Lock- 


Foreign Service offi- 


Office of i;. S. 


tJuue 17,1947 


May 15, 1947 


June 17,1947 


8,000 


ling. 


cer. 


Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Douglas MacAr- 


Second secretary 


Paris 


Oct. 2, 1944 


May 15,1947 


Oct. 16,1935 


8,000 


thur, 2d. 


and consul. 












Elbert O. Math- 


Consul 


Calcutta 

Department 


Feb. 1, 1946 
Feb. 25,1947 


May 15, 1947 
May 15,1947 


Oct. 18,1935 
July 31,1937 


8,000 


ews. 
Gordon H. Matti- 


Foreign Service offi- 


8,000 


son. 


cer. 












Brewster H. Mor- 


Secretary 


Office of U. S. 


Dec. 8, 1944 


May 15.1947 


Dec. 3. 1936 


8,000 


ris. 




Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 










Robert Newbegin._ 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 10. 1945 


May 15, 1947 


June 13,1930 


8.000 


J. Graham Parsons 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Vatican City...- 


May 12,1947 


May 15,1947 


Dec. 2,1936 


8,000 


Marseiis C. Par- 


cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Nov. 18, 1944 


May 15,1947 


Oct. 15,1935 


8,000 


sons, Jr. 


cer. 












G. Frederick Rein- 


Consul 


Leningrad 


June 19,1947 


May 15, 1947 


July 23,1937 


8,000 


hardt. 














Arthur L. Richards 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


June 8,1945 


May 15,1947 


Dec. 17,1930 


8,000 


Livingston Sattor- 


cer. 
Civil air attache 


London... 


tJuly 25.1944 


May 15,1947 


Feb. 18,1932 


8,000 


thwaite.i 




Dublin and 
The Hague. 


Aug. 15,1944 









Resident in London. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS THREE Continued 



121 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



George F. Scheret- 
Donald W. Smith. 



William P. Snow. 
Philip D.Sprouse_ 



Carl W. Strom. 



Clare H. Timber- 
lake. 
Ivan B. White.. . 

Evan M. Wilson.. 

Charles J. Little.. 



First secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 



Buenos Aires. 
Department.- 



St. John's, N. F. 
Department 



Department. 
Department. 

Paris 

Tehran 

Paris 



May 13,1946 

Apr. 30,1947 

tMay 15, 1917 
Mar. 24, 1947 

Nov. 6,1945 

Feb. 26,1943 

Sept. 25, 1944 

Nov. 7,1946 

tJune 28,1947 



May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 
May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

May 15,1947 

June 10,1947 



Oct. 1, 1935 

July 1,1939 

Oct. 1,1935 

July 16,1938 

Oct. 22,1935 

Jan. 8, 1931 

Oct. 24,1935 

July 20,1937 

June 28,1947 



$8,000 

8,000 

8.000 
8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR 



Samuel G. Ebling. 
Lee R. Blohm 

Landreth M. Har- 
rison. 

Horatio Mooers 

J. Hall Paxton 

Harold D.Robison, 

Harry E. Stevens. 

Arthur F. Tower.. 

Robert S. Ward.... 

R. Austin Acly 

Stephen E . Aguirre. 

Daniel V. Ander- 
son. 

Edward Anderson. 

Barry T. Benson.. 

Ralph A. Boern- 
stein. 

Ellis A. Bonnet.... 

Reginald Brago- 
nier, Jr. 

Charles E. Brook- 
hart. 

Robert L.Buell... 

Carl E. Christo- 
pherson. 

Harlan B. Clark... 

Bernard C. Con- 
nelly. 

Merritt N. Cootes. 



Earl T, Craln. 



Consul... 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul... 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Cml. attache 

Consul 



Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 



Second secretary. . . 
Foreign Service offi- 



Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 



Luanda 

Guatemala 

London. 

Port Elizabeth. 

Tihwa 

Shanghai 

Durban 

Hull.. 

Tihwa 

Capetown 

Ciudad Juarez. 



Antwerp... 
Managua.. 
Vancouver. 



Port-of-Spain. 
Panama 



Hong Kong. 



Paris 

Department. 



Beirut 

Department. 



Moscow.. 
Santiago. 



Jan. 


27, 1947 


May 22, 1946 


Apr. 


7, 1945 


May 


7, 1947 


Oct. 


17, 1946 


Jan. 


5, 1946 


July 


17, 1946 


Sept. 


11, 1946 


Oct. 


10, 1944 


Aug. 


25, 1942 


June 


6, 1942 


Apr. 


18, 1947 


Oct. 


4, 1944 


June 


7,1945 


Sept. 30,1943 


Oct. 


11,1945 


Feb. 


21, 1946 


Dec. 


23, 1946 


Dec. 


5, 1946 


May 20, 1946 


June 


16, 1947 


Jan. 


22, 1946 


{Jan. 


5, 1946 


Jan. 


18, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Jan. 15, 1924 

Aug. 23,1919 

Sept. 29, 192: 

July 9, 1920 

Apr. 20,1925 

July 1, 1939 

Oct. 2, 1922 

Apr. 12,1923 

July 1, 1929 

Jan. 14,1930 

Jan. 9, 1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 18,1930 

July 1, 1939 

Oct. 13,1923 

Oct. 24,1924 

Jan. 25, 1932 

July 1, 1939 

Apr. 20,1925 

July 1, 1939 

Sept. 3,1937 

Jau. 1, 1932 

Jan. 21,1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 



$7, 500 
7,200 

7,200 

7,200 
7,200 
7,200 
7,200 
7,200 
7,200 
6,900 
6,900 
6,900 



6,900 
6,900 
6,900 



122 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



JULY 1, 1947 

CLASS FOUR — continued 



Name 



Qlion Curtis, Jr.... 

Sherburne Dilling- 
ham. 

Andrew E. Dono- 
van, 2d. 

Howard Elting, Jr. 

John A. Embry 

Robert English 

James Espy 

Herbert P. Fales... 
John B. Faust 



William E. Flour- 

noy, Jr. 
Frederic C.Fomes, 

Jr. 
George M. Graves . 
Edmund A. Qul- 

lion. 
Claude H. Hall, Jr. 

James E. Hender- 
son. 
Paul C. Hutton.-.. 

Fred W. Jandrey.. 
Robert Janz 



Frederick P. Lati- 
mer, Jr. 
Perry LaukhufE... 



Harrison Lewis 

F. Ridgway Linea- 

weaver. 
Andrew G. Lynch. 

Edward P. Maffitt 

Ernest deW. Mayer 



Stewart E. McMil- 

lin. 
Ralph MUler 



Kathleen Moles- 
worth. 



Designation 



Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Foreign Service ofiB- 
cer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Asst. cml. attache... 

Consul 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 



Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 



Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Secretary 



Cml. attache. 
Consul. 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer.) 



Consul. 



Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 



Post 



Madrid 

Department.. 
Buenos Aires. 



Casablanca 

Cairo 

HamUton, On- 
tario. 
Department 



Department. 



Naples - 



Barranquilla. 
Department. 



London 

Guadalajara 



Guatemala. 



Naples 

Department. 



Department. 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Budapest 

San Luis Potosi. 



Department - 
Madrid 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
BerUn. 

Winnipeg 



Cairo. . . 
London. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 13,1944 

May 31, 1945 

May 28, 1947 

Aug. 22,1946 
Jan. 29,1946 
Sept. 13, 1945 

Mar. 16, 1945 

Nov. 7,1946 

Apr. 15,1947 

Mar. 20, 1945 

Jan. 27,1947 

Dec. 27,1946 
Mar. 6,1945 

Aug. 31, 1945 

June 15,1944 

Nov. 1,1945 

Oct. 31,11944 
Oct. 30,1946 

Mar. 1,1946 

Jan. 8, 1945 



Apr. 15,1947 
June 29,1946 

Oct. 26,1945 

Dec. 17,1945 

June 21,1946 



June 11,1946 
Nov. 19, 1943 
June 28,1946 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

rov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 
Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 13, 



Nov. 13,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Oct. 

May 

Jan. 

Jan. 
July 
Feb. 

Oct. 

July 

Oct. 

July 

Dec. 

Jan. 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 
July 



20, 1935 

13,] 

1, 1932 

1, 1932 
1, 1939 
1,1929 

19, 1935 

28, 1937 

1, 1926 

8, 1930 

17, 1929 

20, 1928 
2, 1937 



1, 1932 
23,1929 



2,192< 
23. 193; 



May 7,1930 

Jan. 15,1931 

Mar. 1,1927 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 16,1932 



Sept. 29, 1917 
Dec. 4, 1928 
July 1, J 



Salary 



$6,900 
6,900 
6,900 



« Assigned also as consul at Baden-Baden, Germany. 



CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL 

CLASS FOUR — continued 



123 



Carmel Offle 

John Ordway 

Walter W. Ore- 
baugh. 

Elim O'Shaughn- 
essy. 

John Peabody Pal- 
mer. 

William L. Peck... 

John C. Pool 

Kennett F. Potter. 

George W. Ren- 
chard. 
Paul J. Reveley... 

Edward E. Rice... 

John S. Richard- 
son, Jr. 

W. Garland Rich- 
ardson. 

Winfleld H. Scott. 

JohnF. Stone 

Robert M. Taylor. 

Charles W.Thayer. 
Ray L. Thurston. 

Joseph I. Tou- 

chette. 
William Clarke 

Vyse. 

Jay Walker 

Gerald Warner 



T. Eliot Weil 

RoUand Welch... 
H. Bartlett Wells. 



Milton K.Wells... 

Kenneth J. Yearns. 
Whitney Young... 
Lawrence S. Arm- 
strong. 
IloC. Funk 



Designation 



Foreign Service i 
cer. 



Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Consul... 

Consul 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Consul. _ 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Vice consul. -_ 

Consul- 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 



Post 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Berlin. 

Buenos Aires 

Florence and San 

Marino. 
Paris 



Brisbane. 
Dublin... 
Oslo 



The Hague.. 
Department- 
Department- 
Singapore... 
Manila 



Tahiti 

Rotterdam. 
Paris 



Department- 
Department. 

Nairobi 

Agua Prieta. 
Oporto 



Office of U. S 
Political Ad 
viser to Su 
preme Com 
mander for 
Allied Powers, 
Tokyo. 

Rangoon 

Sgo Paulo 

Department 



Department. 



Auckland. 
Lisbon 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 25,1946 

Nov. 14, 1945 

Oct. 28,1944 

{May 10,1945 

Aug. 21,1946 

Oct. 14,1946 

Dec. 2, 1946 

June 21,1946 

June 8, 1945 

Oct. 30,1946 

July 25,1945 

June 2, 1946 

tJuly 5, 1946 

May 23,1947 

Oct. 6, 1945 

tJan. 20,1945 

Aug. 9,1946 

Apr. 10,1945 

June 6, 1945 

Feb. 1, 1943 

.Dec. 11,1946 

Dec. 24,1946 



June 9, 1947 

tJan. 10,1946 

June 12,1947 

July 13,1944 

tFeb. 13,1947 

June 19,1940 

July 6, 1945 

May 20, 1947 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Oct. 19,1935 

Jan. 19,1932 

July 6, 1937 

Dec. 21,1931 

Nov. 25, 1922 
May 14,1930 
Feb. 23,1927 

Feb. 23,1932 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Oct. 18,1935 

June 24,1924 

Oct. 16,1935 

Mar 5, 1923 
Dec. 31,1931 
Jan. 7, 1932 

July 8, 1937 

July 21,1937 

Jan. 15,1924 

Apr. 19,1926 

Sept. 9,1930 
Dec. 31,1930 



Nov. 11, 1935 
July 1, 1939 
Jan. 30,1932 



Jan. 7, 1931 
July 1, 1924 
Nov. 3,1923 

Sept. 27, 1912 



Salary 



124 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Salary 



Daniel Gaudin, Jr. 

Joseph O. Groen- 

inger. 
Elizabeth Humes_. 

Maurice Pasquet.. 

Hector C. Adam, 
Jr. 

William C. Afleld, 
Jr. 

Fritz A. M. Alfsen. 

W. Stratton An- 
derson, Jr. 

Waldo E. Baileyi_. 

JohnL. Bankhead, 

William Bclton 

Russell W. Benton. 
Maurice M. Bern- 

baum. 
Roswell C. Bever- 

stock. 
M.Williams Blake. 

William O. Bos- 
well. 
Howard A. Bow- 



Aaron S. Brown... 
Stephen C. Brown. 
Glen W. Bruner... 



Gordon L. Burke.. 
WiUiarltF. Busser 



Thomas S. Cam- 
pen. 
Robert P. Chalker. 



David M. Clark.. 
William E. Cole, 
Jr. 2 



Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul... - 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul -_ 

Consul 

Foreign Service ofTi- 

cer. 
Asst. cml. attache. - 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Foreign Service oflB- 
cer. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Cml. attache 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 



Rabat... 
Sydney. 



Department. 



Damascus. 
London 



Nov. 

Oct. 

July 

Oct. 
June 



Feb. 
Aug. 



27, 1944 

6. 1941 

1. 1942 

11,194.3 
12, 1947 



28,1947 
22, 1946 



Jidda and Sana': 
Yemen. 

Windsor. 

Porto Alegre... 
Munich 



June 16, 194' 



Wellington. 

Warsaw 

Vienna 

Gdansk 



Department- 



Caracas 

Shanghai , 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to Su- 
preme Com- 
mander for Al- 
lied Powers, 
Tokyo. 

Canton 

Vieima 



Lima 

London. 



Buenos Aires.... 

Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser to the Su- 
preme Com- 
mander, Med- 
iterranean 
Theater, Leg- 
horn. 



July 
Apr. 
Oct. 
June 

Jan. 

July 

tSept. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Apr. 
Nov. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
June 



tApr. 



May 
Jan. 



10. 1945 
11,1946 

15. 1946 
12, 1947 

3, 1946 

30, 1946 

7, 1946 

13. 1946 
6,1946 

11. 1947 
15, 1945 

8, 1946 



27, 1947 
12, 1947 



20, 1947 
20, 1945 



2, 1944 
23, 1946 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1940 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1940 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Jan. 

July 

July 

Jan. 
Oct. 



2, 1920 
1, 1939 



24, 1931 
1, 1935 



Jan. 1, 1932 



July 
July 

§Nov. 

July 
July 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 
Dec. 
July 



28, 1937 

25, 1944 

1, 1939 
16, 1938 

21. 1935 

30. 1936 

17, 1935 
1, 1935 

15, 
8, 1919 
4,1932 

24. 1937 
12. 19.36 
12, 



Oct. 3, 1927 
Oct. 10,1935 



July 1, 
Aug. 5, 



July 1, 1939 
July 19,1937 



' Resident in Jidda. 
» Resident in Trieste. 



CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



125 



Designation 



Post 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Mulford A. Cole- 
brook. 
Robert T. Cowan.. 

Leon L. Cowles.... 

Frederick J. Cun- 
ningham. 

H. Francis Cun- 
ningham, Jr. 

Philip M. Daven- 
port. 

Harry M. Donald- 
son. 

Edward A. Dow, 
Jr. 

Overton O. Ellis, 
Jr. 

Perry Ellis 

Arthur B. Em- 
mons, 3d. 

Frederick E. 
Farnsworth. 

William S. Farrell. 

Nicholas Feld. 

Douglas Flood 

William N. Fra- 
leigh. 

Fulton Freeman... 

Richard D. Gate- 
wood. 

Forrest K. Qeer- 
ken. 

Jule L. Qoetzmann- 

John Goodyear 

Robert Grinnell... 
Pauls. Guinn 

Theodore J. Had- 

raba. 
Robert F.Hale 

Parker T.Hart.... 

Constance R. Har- 
vey. 

Richard H. Haw- 
kins, Jr. 

Walter W. Hoff- 
man. 

Theodore J. Hohen- 
thal. 

Phil H. Hubbard.. 

Richard S. Huestis. 



Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Asst. cml. attache... 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service ofH- 

cer. 
Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Foreign Service 

officer. 
Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 



London 

Department 

Oslo -... 

Stockholm 

Department 

Habana 

St. John, N. B.. 

Department 

Monterrey 

Guayaquil 

Madrid 

Cairo 

On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Pretoria 

Nairobi 

Department 

Peiping 

New Delhi 

Mexico, D. F... 

San Jos6 

Tangier 

Dakar 

Mexico, D. F... 

Bern. 

Department 

Department 

Ziirich 

Department 

Frankfort on 

the Main. 
Zagreb 

Zurich 

Hamburg 



JMar. 9,1942 

Oct. 29,1946 

May 21,1945 

Apr. 1, 1946 

June 11,1946 

June 22,1945 

{Dec. 29,1944 

June 5, 1947 

June 12,1947 

tDec. 4, 1945 

Sept. 10,1946 

Dec. 4, 1944 

Apr. 20,1946 

tJune 21,1945 

June 17,1947 

Dec, 6, 1946 

tApr. 12,1946 

JDec. 17,1946 

tAug. 21,1944 

July 19,1946 

Aug. 8, 1944 

tApr. 10,1946 

June 12,1947 

July 27,1945 

Aug. 1, 1946 

Aug. 13,1946 

iJuly 1,1947 

May 30, 1945 

Jan. 21,1946 

Jan. 25,1946 

July 19,1941 

Jan. 24,1946 



Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. ] 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13. 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, ] 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13,1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 

Nov. 13, 1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 



Jan. 1, 1932 

July 16,1938 

Apr. 29,1938 

July 1, ] 

Apr. 19,1938 

Aug. 2, ] 

Oct. 1, 1935 

July 1, 1939 

Jan. 16,1932 

Oct. 23,1935 
Mar. 25, 1939 

Jan. 27,1932 

Dec. 12,1929 

Mar. 13, 1939 
Jan. 24,1932 
Mar. 24, 1939 

Mar. 8,1939 
Oct. 18,1935 

Dec. 20,1937 

July 21,1937 

Sept. 14, 1938 

July 29,1938 
July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Jan. 8, 1940 

July 26,1938 

May 29, 1930 

Mar. 18, 1939 

Jan. 1, 1932 

Jan. 9, 1932 

May 19, 1928 
Nov. 26, 1929 



126 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Designation 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of entry 

on duty as 

FSO 



Salary 



Douglas Jenkins, 

Jr. 
Hartwell Johnson. 

Reginald S. Kazan- 
jian. 

EastonT. Kelsey.. 

Randolph A. Kid- 
der. 

Eldred D. Kup- 
pinger. 

Nathaniel Lan- 
caster, Jr. 

Walter J. Linthi- 
cum. 

Aubrey E. Lippin- 
cott. 

Odin G. Loren 

Roy M. Melbourne. 

John Frfemont 
Melby. 

Robert B. Mem- 
minger. 

George E. Miller. . 

Charles S.MUlet-. 

H. Gordon Min- 
nigerode. 

Reginald P. Mit- 
chell. 

Harold E. Mon- 
tamat. 

Bolard More 

WOliam D. More- 
land, Jr. 

Alton T. Murray.. 

Jack B. Neathery.. 

Katharine E. 

O'Connor. 
Herbert V. Olds... 
Joseph Palmer, 2d- 

Paul H. Pearson... 
Richard H. Post... 

Archibald R. Ran- 
dolph. 
Robert W. Rinden. 
Halleck L. Rose... 

M. Robert Ruther- 
ford. 
Fred K. Salter 



Elvin Seibert 

John C. Shillock, 

Jr. 
Stanley Q. Slavens 



Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Consul 

Vice consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Agricultural attachfi 
Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Consul 

Foreign Service 

officer. 
Cml. attache 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

and consul. 
Consul. 



Yokohama 

Nice and 

Monaco. 
Warsaw 

Toronto 

Rio de Janeiro. 

London 

Bangkok 

Paris 

Jerusalem 

Maracaibo 

Bombay 

Nanking 

Damascus 

Pernambuco 

St. John's, N. F 
Karachi 

Department 

Tegucigalpa 

Zurich 

Limerick 

Praha... 

Ciudad TrujUlo 

Johannesburg... 

Rotterdam 

Department 

Bristol.. 

Department 

Helsinki.. 

Peiping 

Managua 

Tientsin 

London 

Adelaide 

Ottawa 

Torreon 



June 4, 1947 

Dec. 29,1944 

June 26,1946 

tNov. 15, 1945 
Apr. 26, 

Aug. 17,1946 

tMar. 12, 1947 

Jan. 23,1947 

Oct. 30,1946 

Mar. 18, 1944 
Jan. 31,1947 
Aug. 14,1945 

Apr. 9, 1947 

Feb. 20,1946 
Dec. 24,1946 
July 22,1946 

Mar. 1,1945 

Apr. 3, 1947 

tJuly 1, 1947 
Feb. 26,1947 

Jan. 31,1946 
July 30,1946 

JJune 30, 1947 

Mar. 5,1946 
Mar. 14, 1945 

Jan. 28,1946 
Nov. 13, 1946 

tApr. 16,1947 

Oct. 24,1946 
Apr. 3, 1947 

Dec. 23,1946 

tAug. 21, 1944 

June 8,1947 
May 25, 1944 

Aug. 21, 1943 



Nov 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



. 13, 1946 

. 13, 1946 

. 13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 

13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Nov. 13, 194G 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 

Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 

Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



13, 1946 
13, 1946 



Jan. 4, 1932 

Nov. 16, 1936 

Jan. 1, 1931 

§May 1,1930 
Apr. 18,1938 



$6, 300 
6,300 



Jan. 


14, 1931 


Jan. 


1, 1932 


Jan. 


1, 1932 


Jan. 
Aug. 
July 


13. 1928 
19, 1937 
31, 1937 


Oct. 


16, 1935 


July 
Oct. 
May 


1, 1939 
9, 1935 
10, 1930 


Jan. 


1, 1932 


Jan. 


30, 1932 


Oct. 
Apr. 


1, 1935 
29, 1930 


July 
July 


1, 1939 
1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


July 
Jan. 


20, 1937 
18, 1940 


July 

Jan. 


1, 1939 
17, 1940 


July 


1, 1939 


June 
Apr. 


10, 1938 
9, 1932 


Aug. 


12, 1939 


Nov. 


16, 1936 


Oct. 
Nov. 


26, 1929 
12, 1929 


June 


21, 1928 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



6,300 
6,300 



CLASSIFICATION OF 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF 



PERSONNEL 

CLASS FOUR — continued 



127 









Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of entry 




Name 


Designation 


Post 


pouitment to 
present class 


on duty as 
FSO 


Salary 


Jule B. Smith _ 


Asst. cml. attache... 


London 


Jime 21,1945 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


$6, 300 


M' alter Smith 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Paris 


Feb. 16, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 23,1937 


6,300 


Francis L. Spald- 


Second secretary 


Stockholm 


July 24, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Jan. 21,19.32 


6,300 


ing. 


and consul. 












Robert C.Strong_, 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Consul 


Department 


June 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Mar. 21, 1939 


6,300 


OrrayTaft.Jr 


Vancouver 


July 10,1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 4, 1932 


6,300 


CyrilL. F.Thiel.- 


Consul 


Seville 


June 5, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 4,1924 


6,300 


DavidA.Thomas- 


Second secretary 


London 


July 17,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Dec. 20, 1937 


6,300 


son. 


and consul. 












Charles 0. Thomp- 


ConsuL. 


Calcutta 


Sept. 10, 1946 


Nov. 13,1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,300 


son. 
S.Roger Tyler, Jr.. 


Consul 


Geneva 


Apr. 22, 1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Feb. 1, 1936 


6,300 


Alfred T. Wellborn 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Helsinki 


Oct. 29,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Aug. 15,1939 


6,300 


Arthur R. AVil- 


Consul 


Niagara Falls... 


Dec. 27,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 16, 1936 


6,300 


liams. 














Philip P. Williams. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Buenos Aires.... 


JNov. 14, 1945 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 25, 1936 


6,300 


Robert E.Wilson.. 


Foreign Service ofR- 


Department 


Apr. 11,1947 


Nov. 13, 1946 


Nov. 29, 1936 


6,300 


William Witman, 


Second secretary 


Athens 


JFeb. 25,1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6,300 


2d. 


and consul. 












William P. Wright. 


Consul 


Canton 


Jan. 28, 1946 


Nov. 13, 1946 


July 1, 1939 


6.300 


John H. Burns 


Second secretary 
and Tiee consul. 


Rio de Janeiro... 


Sept. 6,1944 


May 15. 1947 


July 16,1941 


6,300 


Robert L. Clifford- 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Belgrade 


Apr. 17,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 5.1947 


6,000 


Edward T. Lamp- 


Second secretary 


Ankara 


Apr. 15,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 9,1947 


6,000 


Thomas C. Mann.. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Bogota 


Apr. 15,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 10, 1947 


6,000 


Henry W. Spiel- 


Consul.... .- 


Bombay 


JFeb. 24,1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Feb. 24,1947 


6,000 


man. 
Murat W. Wil- 


Second secretary 


San Salvador 


Apr. 3. 1947 


Feb. 18,1947 


Mar. 9,1947 


6,000 


liams. 


and consul. 












Raymond F. 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


Mar. 24, 1947 


Mar. 15. 1947 


Mar. 24, 1947 


6,000 


Courtney. 


cer. 












Dennis A. Flinn... 


Second secretary 
aad consul. 


Stockholm 


May 8,1947 


Mar. 15, 1947 


^Lir. 24, 1947 


6,000 


William M. Gib- 


Second secretary 


P.iris.. 


JApr. 15,1947 


Mar. 15. 1947 


Apr. 15,1947 


6,000 


son. 


and consul. 












John Gordon Mein. 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Rome 


Apr. 7, 1947 


Mar. 15, 1947 


Mar. 24, 1947 


6,000 


Henry C. Ramsey. 


Asst. cml. attach^-.. 


Warsaw .... 


Apr. 9, 1947 


Mar. 22, 1947 


Apr. 9,1947 


6,000 


Horace G. Torbert, 

Jr. 
James D. Bell 


Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Second secretary 


Department.... 


May S, 1947 


Mar. 22, 1947 


May 5,1947 


6,000 


Santiago.- ..... 


June 9, 1947 


Apr. 10,1947 


June 15, 1947 


6,000 




and consul. 












Frank P. Butler... 


Second secretary 
and consul. 


Ankara... 


May 20, 1947 


Apr. 10,1947 


May 4,1947 


6,000 


Nat B. King 


Attache... 


Born 


June 30, 1947 


Apr. 10,1947 
Apr. 10,1947 


June 30,1947 


6,000 


Harold H. Rhodes. 


Second secretary 


Rome 


Apr. 24, 1947 


Apr. 21,1947 


6,000 




and consul. 






Roy Richard Ru- 


Second secretary 


Bogota 


May 20, 1947 


Apr. 10,1947 


May 3, 1947 


6,000 


bottom, Jr. 


and consul. 












Charles W. Adair, 


Foreign Service offi- 


Department 


July 25,1946 


May 15,1947 


Sept. 14, 194£i 


6. 000 


Jr. 


cer. 













128 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 7 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS FOUR — Continued 



Designation 



H. Gardner Ains- 

worth. 
Clarence A. Boon- 

stra. 
Willard O. Brown. 
Donald B. Calder. 

V.Lansing Collins, 

Jr. 
Leonard J. Cromie. 

Richard H. Davis.. 

Joseph L. Dough' 

erty. 
Irven M. Eitreim. . 

Robert S. Folsom. 

Edward L. Freers. 

Paul E. Qeier 



Lewis E. Gleeck, 

Jr. 
Richard E. Gnade. 

Caspar D. Green... 

Franklin Hawley. . 

Martin J. Hillen- 
brand. 

John P. Hoover ... 

John Evarts Hor- 
ner. 

Richard A. John- 
son. 

J. Jefferson Jones, 
3d. 

M. Gordon Knox.. 

WUliam L. Krieg.. 
Sidney K.Lafoon.. 

Donald W. Lamm 
Robert H.McBride 

David H. McKil- 

lop. 
John M . M c- 

Sweeney. 
Albert E. Pappano. 

Milton C. Re- 
winkel. 

Stuart W. Rock- 
well. 



Second secretary 

and vice consul. 
Attache... 



Attache 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary and 
vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Attache... 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Consul 

ConsuL. 



Asst. cml. attache. 
Vice consul 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 
and consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Vice consul 



Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Second secretary 
and vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Second secretary 



Rome. 
Lima.. 



Manila.. 
London. 



Habana 

Athens , 

Department. 

Pretoria 

London 

Budapest 

Moscow 

Vienna 

Oslo 

Helsinki 

Department. 



Cali 

Bremen. 



Caracas. 
Sofia 



Department. 
New Delhi... 
Department. 



Caracas 

Montevideo- 



Canberra 

Port-au-Prince. 



Moscow