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REGISTER 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



JULY 1, 1933 



REGISTER 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



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Publication No. 495 

Please report to the Office of the His- 
torical Adviser of the Department any 
omission or error found in this Register. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



REGISTER 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



JULY 1, 1933 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Abbreviations and symbols viii 

1, Organization of the Department 1 

Office of the Secretary of State 1 

Office of the Under Secretary of State 1 

Assistant Secretary of State (Carr) 2 

Assistant Secretary of State (Moley) 2 

Assistant Secretary of State (Payer) 3 

Assistant Secretary of State (Caffery) 3 

Office of the Legal Adviser 3 

Office of the Chief Clerk and Administrative Assistant 4 

Board of Examiners for the Foreign Service 6 

Board of Foreign Service Personnel 6 

Division of Foreign Service Personnel 6 

Foreign Service Officers' Training School 7 

Division of Far Eastern Affairs 7 

Division of Latin American Affairs 8 

Division of Western European Affairs 8 

Division of Near Eastern Affairs 9 

Division of Mexican Affairs 9 

Division of Eastern European Affairs 9 

Office of the Economic Adviser 9 

Passport Division 10 

Office of the Historical Adviser 13 

Division of Current Information 15 

Division of Foreign Service Administration 15 

Division of Protocol and Conferences 17 

Treaty Division 18 

Division of Communications and Records ' 19 

Visa Division 21 

Bureau of Accounts - 21 

Translating Bureau 22 

Office of Coordination and Review 22 

Foreign Service Buildings Office 22 

Disbursing Office 23 

Board of Review for Efficiency Ratings 23 

2. Officers and classified personnel 24 

Officers 24 

Classified personnel 24 

Professional and scientific service 24 

Subprofessional service 25 

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service 26 

Custodial service 31 

Passport agencies 33 

Persons retired from the Department 33 

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VI CONTENTS 

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3. Foreign Service of the United States 34 

Albania, 34; Argentina, 34; Austria, 34; Belgium, 35; Bolivia, 35; Brazil, 35; Bulgaria, 
36; Canada, 36; Chile, 37; China, 38; Colombia, 40; Costa Rica, 40; Cuba, 40; Czecho- 
slovakia, 41; Danzig, Free City of, 41; Denmark, 41; Dominican Republic, 41; 
Ecuador, 42; Egypt, 42; El Salvador, 42; Estonia, 42; Ethiopia (Abyssinia), 43; 
Finland, 43; France and Possessions, 43; Germany, 45; Great Britain and Northern 
Ireland, British Dominions beyond the Seas, India, 46; Greece, 49; Guatemala, 49; 
Haiti, 50; Honduras, 50; Hungary, 50; Iraq (Mesopotamia), 50; Irish Free State, 
51; Italy, 51; Japanese Empire, 52; Latvia, 53; Liberia, 53; Lithuania, 53; Luxem- 
burg, 53; Mexico, 54; Morocco, 55; Netherlands and Possessions, 55; Nicaragua, 
56; Norway, 56; Palestine, 57; Panama, 57; Paraguay, 57; Persia, 57; Peru, 57; 
Poland, 58; Portugal and Possessions, 58; Rumania, 58; Siam, 59; Spain, 59; 
Sweden, 59; Switzerland, 60; Syria, 60; Turkey, 60; Union of South Africa, 61; 
Uruguay, 61; Venezuela, 61; Yugoslavia, 61. 

Foreign Service officers on detail as inspectors 62 

Foreign Service officers assigned to the Department 62 

Assignments to the Foreign Service Officers' Training School 63 

4. Consular districts 64 

Description of consular districts 64 

Allocation of provinces, states, etc., to consular districts 73 

5. Supervisory consulates general 89 

6. Tariff of United States consular fees 90 

7. Disposition of fees and compensation of consular agents and vice consuls 94 

Fees collected at consular agencies for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1932 94 

8. Principal officers of the Department, chiefs of mission, and diplomatic agents previously 

in the ranks of the Foreign Service 95 

9. List of diplomatic missions 96 

10. Salaries in the Foreign Service . 96 

11. Classification of Foreign Service officers 97 

12. Retirements in the Foreign Service 113 

Foreign Service officers 113 

Vice consuls (noncareer) and clerks 114 

13. Biographies 115 

Personnel of the Department of State and of the Foreign Service 115 

Diplomatic and Foreign Service officers wuo have died since January 1, 1932 287 

14. Diplomatic, Consular, and Foreign Service officers who have resigned, retired, or died 

in the Service since January 1, 1906 291 

15. Presidents of the United States and principal officers of the Department, 1789-1933 300 

Presidents of the United States and Secretaries of State, 1789-1933 300 

Counselors for the Department of State, 1909-1919 304 

Under Secretaries of State, 1919-1933 304 

Assistant Secretaries of State, 1853-1933 305 

Special Assistants to the Secretary of State, 1930-1933 307 

Claims Clerks, 1849-1855 307 

Examiners of Claims, 1866-1891 308 

Solicitors, 1891-1931 308 

Legal Adviser, 1931-1933 308 

Chief Clerks, 1789-1933 308 

16. Diplomatic agents of the United States 310 

Diplomatic agents prior to 1789 310 

Principal diplomatic agents, 1789-1933 312 



CONTENTS VII 

Page 

17. Regulations concerning precedence of diplomatic agents 329 

18. Organization of the Foreign Service 330 

General information 330 

Laws and regulations 335 

Index of persons 345 

Index of places 365 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 



e. — embassy 
I. — legation 



c. — consulate 

c.a. — consular agency .. .^g,^^.^.. 

e.g. — consulate general _ v.c. — vice consulate 

d.a. & d.o. — district accounting and 
disbursing office 



* indicates an officer who holds both diplomatic and consular commissions. 

t indicates an officer who is assigned for language study. 

X indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service of the officer 
at the post. For this information see the officer's biography. 

§ indicates that the officer's service has been interrupted. The date given represents the com- 
mencement of his present period of service. For his prior service see the officer's biography in 
this Register or in the Register indicated by section 14. 

II indicates an officer who has been retired under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 
3, 1926, or February 23, 1931. 

ft indicates a diplomatic or Foreign Service officer who has resigned or retired since January 1, 1932. 

** indicates a vice consul who receives no compensation except when in charge of a post. 

A-C Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Carr. FP Division of Foreign Service Personnel. 

A-C/C_ Consular Commercial Office. FSS Foreign Service School. 

A-JC__Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Caffery. HA Office of the Historical Adviser. 

A-M__. Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Moley. LA Division of Latin American Affairs. 

A-P Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Payer. LE Office of the Legal Adviser. 

AP Appointment Section. MA Mail Section. 

BA Bureau of Accounts. ME Division of Mexican Affairs. 

CC Office of the Chief Clerk. NE Division of Near Eastern Affairs. 

CI Division of Current Information. PC Division of Protocol and Conferences 

CR Office of Coordination and Review. PD Passport Division. 

DCR_ -Division of Communications and Rec- S Secretary of State. 

ords. S A Special Assistant to the Secretary of State. 

DO Disbursing Office. SS Stenographic Section. 

EA Office of the Economic Adviser. SU Supply Section. 

EE Division of Eastern European Affairs. TD Treaty Division. 

FA Division of Foreign Service Administra- TR Translating Bureau. 

tion. U Under Secretary of State. 

FBO Foreign Service Buildings Office. VD Visa Division. 

FE Division of Far Eastern Affairs. WE Division of Western European Affairs. 



1. ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

The Secretary of State is charged, under the direction of the President, with the duties appertaining 
to correspondence with the public ministers and the consuls of the United States and with the 
representatives of foreign powers accredited to the United States, and to negotiations of what- 
ever character, relating to the foreign affairs of the United States. He is also the medium of 
correspondence between the President and the chief executives of the several States of the 
United States; he has the custody of the seal of the United States, and countersigns and affixes 
such seal to all treaties, to Executive proclamations, to various commissions, and to warrants 
for the extradition of fugitives from justice. He is regarded as the first in rank among the 
members of the Cabinet. He is also the custodian of the treaties made with foreign states 
and of the laws of the United States. He grants and issues passports, and exequaturs to 
foreign consuls in the United States are issued through his office. He publishes the laws and 
resolutions of Congress, amendments to the Constitution, and proclamations declaring the 
admission of new States into the Union. 

Cordell Hull, Secretary of State 

Harry A. McBride, Assistant to the Secretary 

Hugh S. Gumming, Jr. Earl R. Mosburg 

Will Harris, Private Secretary 

Hazel H. Roberts, Stenographer 

Kirk M. Green 

Messengers 

Clayborne Tennille Thomas P. Roache James E. Jackson 

James R. Warren, Chauffeur 



Special Assistant to the Secretary op State 
Charged with such duties as may be assigned by the Secretary of State. 

William C. Bullitt, Special Assistant to the Secretary 
George A. Morlock, Private Secretary 
Elizabeth Horter, Clerk 

OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE 

The Under Secretary of State is the principal assistant of the Secretary of State in the discharge of 
his various functions, aiding in the formulation and execution of the foreign policies of the 
Government, in the reception of representatives of foreign governments, etc. In matters 
which do not require the personal attention of the Secretary of State he acts for the Secretary 
of State, and in the absence of the Secretary of State he becomes the Acting Secretary of State. 
The Under Secretary of State is charged with the general direction of the work of the Depart- 
ment of State and of the Foreign Service. 

William Phillips, Under Secretary of State 

Vinton Chapin, Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Louis E. Mundy, Secretary to the Under Secretary 

Mary Agnes Breen, Clerk 

Charles A. Reeder, Messenger 



2 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charged with the general administration of the Department of State and the Foreign Service and 
with supervision of matters relating to personnel and management; is legislative, budget, and 
fiscal oflBcer, charged with the supervision and preparation of estimates of appropriations of 
the Department and its several activities, their presentation to the Congress, and the allot- 
ments and expenditures of appropriations when made; has supervision also over all matters 
pertaining to consular affairs, passports, visas. Foreign Service buildings, and international 
conferences; is Chairman of the Foreign Service Personnel Board, the Board of Examiners for 
the Foreign Service, and the Foreign Service School Board. 

Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary of State 

Keith Merrill, Executive Assistant 

Arden E. Bing, Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

Rebekah L. deLashmutt, Private Secretary 

Dorothy Tuggle, Clerk 

Arthur J. Smith, Messenger 



Budget Office 

B. Leslie Vipond, in charge 

Clerks 

Ella A. Logsdon Viola H. Ratcliflf 



Consular Commercial Office 

James J. Murphy, Jr., Chief 

William Oscar Jones 

G. Harold Keatley, Administrative Assistant Aloj^sius Wenger, Economic Analyst 

Clerks 

Elsie B. Cheever Viola T. Snyder John L. Hill 

Elizabeth B. Gibson Susanna Hemry Cleo B. Morrill 

Charlotte Bradshaw Winne H. Bowman John L. Stover 

Joseph P. Burg 

Edward J. Tobin, Messenger 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charged with such duties as may be assigned to him by the Secretary of State. 

Raymond Moley, Assistant Secretary of State 

Celeste Jedel, Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

Januarius Arthur Mullen, Assistant 

Katherine C. Blackburn, Research Assistant 

Helen W. Cook, Private Secretary 

Annette Pomeranz, Secretary 
Inez Johnston, Secretarial Clerk 

William W. Washington, Messenger 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charged with political legal questions and such other duties as may be 
Secretary of State. 

Harry F. Payer, Assistant Secretary of State 

Eunice A. Lincoln, Private Secretary 

Anna Belle Newcomb, Clerk 

Robert T. Greenfield, Messenger 



igned to him by the 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charged with Latin American questions and such other duties as may be assigned to him by the 
Secretary of State. 

Jefferson Caffery, Assistant Secretary of State 

Anna L. Clarkson, Private Secretary 

Ann E. Mullen, Clerk 

Burnett Booker, Messenger 



OFFICE OF THE LEGAL ADVISER 

Drafts and interprets treaties, conventions, protocols, and other international agreements; deals 
with questions of municipal, foreign, and international law, and handles diplomatic claims 
of American citizens against foreign governments; claims of foreigners against the Govern- 
ment of the United States, including the preparation and presentation of the former class of cases 
to international arbitral tribunals and the defense of the United States before such tribunals in 
cases of claims made by foreign governments; questions of personal and private rights of aliens 
in the United States and of American citizens in foreign countries, such as acquisition, inheri- 
tance, and transfer of property; arrest, detention, fines, imprisonment, personal injury, acts of 
insurgents, taxation, breach or annulment of concessions or other contracts; failure to pay 
interest or principal on Government obligations, sequestration or confiscation of propert}*; 
complaints regarding action of executive, legislative, judicial, or military authorities; questions 
concerning the rights and privileges of American diplomatic and consular officers abroad and of 
foreign diplomatic and consular officers in the United States, and concerning the rights and 
immunities of sovereigns and public property; questions relating to the jurisdiction over and 
control of public or private vessels; questions relating to citizenship, naturalization, expatria- 
tion, extradition, and extraterritoriality; questions relating to the acts and rights of belligerents, 
neutrals, and insurgents on land or sea; and a large number of miscellaneous legal questions not 
included in the above classification. 

Green H. Hackworth, Legal Adviser 
James Alan Nash, Administrative Assistant 



Jacob A. Metzger 
Joseph R. Baker 
Ralph W. S. Hill 
Richard W. Flournoy, Jr. 
William R. Vallance 
Bert L. Hunt 
Frank X. Ward 
Anna A. O'Neill 



Mary A. Duffy 



Assistants to the Legal Adviser 
Herbert B. Collins 
Joseph B. Matr6 
James Oliver Murdock 
E. Russell Lutz 
Francis M. Anderson 
Raymund T. Yingling 
Frederick M. Diven 
Jack B. Tate 

Clerks 

Jean Ramsay Chase 

Wallace W. Carter, Messenger 



Frederic A. Fisher 
John Maktos 
Marjorie M. Whiteman 
Ethel L. Lawrence 
Walter E. Pelton 
Elizabeth S. Rogers 



Florence G. Sweet 



4 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

Is charged with the general supervision of the clerical i)ersonnel of the Department; supervision 
over the property of the Department; expenditures of appropriations, salaries, and contingent 
expenses; office space; authentications; custody of the Great Seal and the seal of the Depart- 
ment; classification of positions; efficiency ratings; miscellaneous correspondence; super- 
vision over Appointment, Stenographic, Mail, and Supply Sections. 

Clinton E. MacEachran, Chief Clerk and Administrative Assistant 

Percy F. Allen, Assistant to the Chief Clerk and Chief of Appointment Section 

Edgar P. Allen, Administrative Assistant 

Margaret R. Shedd, Administrative Assistant 



Forrest D. Van Valin 

Louise White 



Nicholas Anthony 
Robert W. Brown 



Clerks 

Norvelle H. Sannebeck 
John C. Elliott 

Warren McBeth, Messenger 

Equipment and Repairs 

Millard L. Kenestrick, in charge 

Charles F. Funkhouser, Assistant 

Samuel Small, Foreman of Laborers 

Bronson Proctor, Assista7it Foreman 

James Hill 
Stephen Payne 

Emergency Room 
Eva Harris Jacobs, Nurse in charge 



Margaret L. Swanson 
Cora M. Smith 



Emanuel Norris, Jr. 



Will F. Dunker 
L. Virginia Garner 



Appointment Section 

Percy F. Allen, Chief 

Stephen H. Quigley, Assistant Chief 

Clerks 
Alice S. Downer 
Clyde L. Norman 

Albert S. Rice, Messenger 



Helen V. Schroeder 



Eoline Howze 
Vera N. Gallop 
Marguerite R. Roddy 



Stenographic Section 

Edward B. Russ, Chief 

Margaret F. Conover, Assistant Chief 

Lillie B. Dowrick, Assistant to the Chief 

Group Supervisors 
Merlene Waddell 
Grace M. Horn 
Mary L. Meyer 



Catherine B. Stewart 
Vernita Bronson 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



Mary Sprigman 
Mildred E. Besore 
Mary Louise Serrin 
Auriel C. Friedrich 
Ethel L. Daggert 
Hannah W. Baillie 
Mildred C. Cooper 
Gladys E. Schukraft 
Dorothy J. Wells 
Lillian G. Brockway 
Helen Z. Dreyer 
Edna M. Underwood 
Mildred Kirsch 



Stenographers and Typists 

Viola Werfield 
Elda B. Johnson 
Katherine P. Corrigan 
Anna S. Selvog 
Beulah M. Smithman 
Viola L. Whitcomb 
Anna Bruce Whitmore 
Frances E. Cobb 
Bernardine B. Fox 
Ethel J. Laser 
Constance M. Supplee 
Ann Marie Thain 



Fay Sager 
Hulda Virginia Cox 
Mildred J. Asbjornson 
Frances M. Beach 
Faye G. Ramey 
Helen G. Kelly 
Eva Neel Taylor 
Virginia H. James 
Audrey M. Engh 
Dorothy S. Williams 
Ida May Stocker 
Alsace L. Brammeier 



Gertrude C. Shallcross, in charge of duplicating 
Clerks 



Anna V. Burroughs 
Cressy L. Kegg 

Edward Wells 



Messengers 



Margaret W. Sutton 
Herbert H. Henderson 



Augustus Lee 



Ralph W. Pryor 
Bertram E. Williams 



Robert Warren 
William H. Hester 



Mail Section 

J. Brent Clarke, Chief 
Albert W. J. Grotjohan, Assistant Chief 

Clerks 
Frank A. Sannebeck 
Richard D. Welsh 

Chauffeurs 

William J. Kelly 
Raymond Tyler 

Milton Baker, Laborer 



James H. Martin 



William E. Johnson 
Antonio M. Richardson 



Supply Section 

Maitland S. Wright, Chief 

John E. Richardson, Assistant Chief 

Charles A. Slaughter, Clerk 

Raymond L. Stegmaier, Mechanic 

William C. Carney, Typewriter Repairman 

Walter B. Edmonds, Packer 



Maceo Carter 



Laborers 
Harry B. Gaines 



David C. Haywood 



b REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR THE FOREIGN SERVICE 

(Under Executive Order No. 5642 of June 8, 1931) 

Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary of State 

, Assistant Secretary of State 

f Assistant Secretary of State 

Homer M. Byington,' Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel 
Lawscn A. Moyer, Chief Examiner of the Civil Service Commission 

BOARD OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL 

The duties of the Board of Foreign Service Personnel, under Executive Order No. 5642 of June 8, 
1931, are: to submit to the Secretary of State for approval lists of Foreign Service officers in which 
aU Foreign Service officers shall be graded in accordance with their relative efficiency and 
value to the Service; to recommend promotions in the Foreign Service, and to furnish the 
Secretary of State with lists of Foreign Service officers who have demonstrated special capac- 
ity for promotion to the grade of minister; to submit to the Secretary of State for his approval 
and for transmission thereafter to the President, the names of those officers and employees 
of the Department of State who, after five years of continuous service in an executive or quasi- 
executive position, are recommended for appointment by transfer to the position of Foreign 
Service officer; to submit to the Secretary of State the names of those Foreign Service officers 
who are recommended for designation as counselors of embassy or legation; to recommend to 
the Secretary of State the assignment of Foreign Service officers to posts and the transfer of such 
officers from one branch of the Service to the other; to consider controversies and delinquencies 
among the Service personnel and to recommend to the Secretary of State appropriate disciplin- 
ary action where required; to determine, for submission to the Secretary of State after con- 
sidering recommendations of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, that the efficiency 
rating of an officer is unsatisfactory, thereby meaning below the standard required for the 
Service, in order that the Secretary of State may take appropriate action. 

Members of the Board 

Wilbur J. Carr, Chairman 

Jefferson Caffery 

DIVISION OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEI 

The duties of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel are: to maintain contact with Foreign 
Service officers and employees while on visits to the United States; to discuss with Foreign 
Service officers ways for the development and improvement of their work; to confer with the 
divisions of the Department concerning the work of Foreign Service officers; to interview 
applicants and prospective applicants for the Foreign Service; to examine and recom- 
mend for appointment applicants for positions as subordinate employees in the Foreign 
Service; to collect, collate, and record pertinent data relating to Foreign Service personnel; to 
keep the efficiency records of all Foreign Service officers and employees; to hold strictly con- 
fidential all personnel records of the Foreign Service, and to reveal no papers, documents, data, 
or reports relating thereto, except to the Secretary of State and to the members of the Per- 
sonnel Board; to keep the records of the Board of Examiners for the Foreign Service and attend 
to all details connected with the holding of examinations for the Foreign Service; to submit 
recommendations on all matters within the authority of the Personnel Board; to attend, 
through the personnel officers assigned to the division, the meetings of the Personnel Board 
when so directed. 

Homer M. Byington,^ Chief 

Worthington E. Stewart, Administrative Officer 

Edgar A. Shreve, Assistant Administrative Officer 



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ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 7 

Clerks 
Marvin W. Will Myron S. Garland Mildred V. Deike 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS' TRAINING SCHOOL 

The Foreign Service Officers' Training School is maintained for the instruction of new appointees to 
the Foreign Service. Only those persons who have successfully passed the examination for the 
position of Foreign Service officer are admitted to the school. It is under the direction of the 
Foreign Service Officers' Training School Board. 

The School Board 

Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary of State 

, Assistant Secretary of State 

Homer M. Byington,i Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel 
James B. Stewart,^ Director of the Foreign Service Officers' Training School 



The School 

James B. Stewart,' Director 
Cornelia B. Bassel, Assistant to the Director 

Instructors 

Lloyd C. Mitchell, Accounts and Returns Glenn A. Smith, Estates and Notarial Functions 

Harry A. Havens, Administration James J. Murphy, Jr., Foreign Commerce 

Edmund B. Montgomery," Administration A. Dana Hodgdon, Immigration Laws 

Laurence C. Frank, Administration James Oliver Murdock, International Law 

Henry P. Dugan, Codes Harvey B. Otterman, Inventories 

Lowell C. Pinkerton,! Documentation of Mer- James E. McKenna," Passports and Citizen- 

chandise ship 

Harry F. Worley,^ Documentation of Mer- Jay Pierrepont Moflfat.i Political Reporting 

chandise Lowell C. Pinkerton," Shipping and Seamen 



DIVISION OF FAR EASTERN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of relations, diplomatic and consular, political and 
economic, with China, Japan, Siam, and (in conjunction with the Division of Western 
European Affairs and other interested divisions) , the Far Eastern possessions and territories of 
European nations and the foreign-controlled islands of the Pacific not included therein, and 
of such matters as concern this Department in relation to the American-controlled islands of 
the Pacific and to the Far East in general; and has charge of such matters as concern this 
Department in relation to the control of the traffic in narcotic drugs. 

Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief 

Maxwell M. Hamilton, Assistant Chief 

Stuart J. Fuller, Assistant Chief 

Joseph E. Jacobs " Eugene H. Dooman ' 

Raymond C. Mackay Edward T. Wailes " 



Foreign Service officer, 
i Treasury Department. 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Ethel G. Christenson 
Frank E. Diivall 
Edna M. Frank 



Clerks 

Zolita M. Kent 
Velda D. Mullins 

Paul A. Simmons, Messenger 



Ruth E. Kelly 
Chauncey L. Simering 



DIVISION OF LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of relations, diplomatic and consular, political and 
economic, with Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican 
Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, 
Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 

Edwin C. WUson.i Chief 

Orme Wilson, ' Assistant Chief 

H. Freeman Matthews,' Assistant Chief 



William R. Manning 
Joseph F. McGurk ' 
George R. Merrell, Jr. i 



Nina G. Romeyn 
Edith M. Gray 



Willard L. Beaulac ' 
Warren Kelchner 
Stuart E. Grummon ' 

Clerks 

Luella Ollis 
Grace N. Carlisle 

Victor E. Jones, Messenger 



Richard M. de Lambert 
Laurence Duggan 



Blanche S. Pollock 
Clara J. Freeman 



DIVISION OF WESTERN EUROPEAN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of relations, diplomatic and consular, political and 
economic, with Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Germany, 
Great Britain (including Northern Ireland, British Dominions beyond the Seas, India), 
Hungary, Irish Free State, Italy, Liberia, Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, 
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Union of South Africa, and international organizations in Europe; 
European possessions in the Far East in conjunction with the Division of Far Eastern Affairs. 

Jay Pierrepont Moffat,' Chief 

John Hickerson, Assistant Chief 

Paul T. Culbertson, Assistant Chief 



Joseph C. Green 
Frederick P. Hibbard 
Rudolf E. Schoenfeld ' 



Clara L. Borjes 
Albina L. Parkins 
Eileen McKenny 



John R. M inter 
Noel H. Field 
Ellis O. Briggs ' 

Clerks 

Nettie N. Bagby 
Albena M. Wilcox 
Marcia Eberlein 

Charles H. Fennel, Jr., Messenger 



La Verne Baldwin ' 
Richard W. Morin 



Vivian M. Smith 
Mary L. Darley 



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OEGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 9 

DIVISION OF NEAR EASTERN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of relations, diplomatic and consular, political and 
economic, with Afghanistan, Albania, Bulgaria, Egypt and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Ethiopia, 
Greece, Iraq, Palestine and Trans-Jordan, Persia, Rumania, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and 
other countries of the Arabian Peninsula, Syria and the Lebanon, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. 

Wallace Murray, Chief 

Paul H. Ailing Henry L. Deimel, Jr. 

Clayson W. Aldridge Henry S. Villard ' 

Clerks 
Amy C. Holland Lillie V. Dickson Lucille Snyder 

Mary N. Birch Gladys Chalfant 

Thomas J. Delaney, Messenger 

DIVISION OF MEXICAN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of relations, diplomatic and consular, political and 
economic, with Mexico. 

Herschel V. Johnson,' Chief 

Richard C. Tanis, Assistant Chief 

Herbert S. Bursley i 

Clerks 
L. Adelaide Watson Helen Boudreau 

Ruth C. Mason Gladys A. Hoppmann 

Louis S. Myers, Messenger 

DIVISION OF EASTERN EUROPEAN AFFAIRS 

Has general charge, under the Secretaries, of matters pertaining to Russia, and of relations, dip- 
lomatic and consular, political and economic, with Estonia, Finland, Free City of Danzig, 
Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland. 

Robert F. Kelley, Chief 
Earl L. Packer, Assistant Chief 

Loy W. Henderson' Landreth M. Harrison ' 

Walton C. Ferris Raymond E. Murphy 

Clerks 
Jane B. Bassett Elizabeth B. Smith Charlotte L. Kushelevsky 

Isaac Edwards, Messenger 

OFFICE OF THE ECONOMIC ADVISER 

Gives advice and recommendations to the Department on questions of general economic policy; 
unifies and coordinates economic matters within the Department; estabhshes and maintains 
liaison with the various economic bureaus in other departments; handles economic cases which 
have no regional character or which overlap geographical divisions. 

Herbert Feis, Economic Adviser 

Frederick Livesey, Assistant Economic Adviser 

Louis Sussdorflf. Jr. ' Knute E. Carlson 

' Foreign Service officer. 



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Marianna Davis 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Clerks 

Mildred V. Dryer 

Clarence Compton, Messenger 



Lillian E. Willier 



PASSPORT DIVISION 

Is charged with the examination and adjudication of applications for passports and for registration 
in consulates of the United States as American citizens; issuance of passports; issuance of 
instructions on passport matters to the executives of the several insular possessions; super- 
vision over the Department's passport agencies in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, New 
Orleans, and Boston; direction of clerks of courts in passport matters; correspondence regard- 
ing citizenship, passports, registration, and right to protection while abroad; issuance of letters 
of introduction. 

Ruth B. Shipley, Chief 

John J. Scanlan, Technical Adviser and Assistant Chief 

F. Virginia Alexander, Assistant Chief 

James E. McKenna i 

Alvin G. Estes, Administrative Assistant 



Edith DeCell 



Ethel Myers 



Clerks 
George R. Schooley 



Clarence T. Smith 



Correspondence Reviewing Section 

F. Virginia Alexander, Supervisor 

Reviewers 

Julia F. Simpson 



Nellie Vass Myers 



Research Section 
Thomas F. Farrell 



Fraud Section 

Ashley J. Nicholas, Law Clerk and Supervisor 
Robert V. Haig, Law Clerk 



Clerks 



Jennie V. Wright 



Elsie R. Hanson 



Correspondence Section 

Eugene C. Rowley, Jr., Supervisor 

Law Clerks 
Willis H. Young John T. White 

Correspondence Clerks 



Clarence E. Sisler 
Bertha S. Rodrick 



I Foreign Service officer. 



Alice M. Covel 
Bernice L. Waterman 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



11 



Albert B. Havenner 
Gladys E. Merriman 
Vivian R. Craley 
Benedict M. English 



Examining Section 

Walter P. Hibbs, Supervisor 

Examiners 

Louis G. Owens 
Thomas B. Reid 
William G. James 



Belle J. Abrams 
Erna V. Bishop 
Sydney B. Smith 



Clifford O. Barker, Agent in charge of reception room 



Gladys C. Ahrens 



Cashier's Office 
Charles P. Roach, Jr., Cashier 
Clerks 
Paul A. Caulk 



Betty T. Warner 



Information and Record Section 

Elizabeth H. Phillips, Supervisor 

Clerks 
Mary P. Kearney Virginia C. Corley 

Elsie M. Carey Lloyd L Gibson 



Evelyn V. L. Alwin 
Alma A. Carroll 
Sara A. M. Johnson 



Transcribing Section 

Edwy L. Reeves, Supervisor 

Transcribers 

Ola May Stephan 

Elsie C. Davis 

Mary E. Owen 



Helen R. Riedesel 
Catherine D. McKaig 



Carol Sorrell 



Passport Writing Section 

Maud Kennedy, Supervisor 

Senior Operators 

Eleanor M. Crawford 

Checkers 



Rae Welch 



Myra A. Murdock 



Mary J. Loar 



Passport Mailing Section 

Dudlej' L. Robertson, Supervisor 

Clerks 



Thomas J. Fleming 



John O. Bell 



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REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Subject File 
Frances N. Dismon 



Edgar Thomas 
George A. Thomas 



Messengers 

Edward Fauntroy 
Frederick A. Dodson 



Edlow G. Parker 



Passport Agency, Boston 
(Customhouse) 

Harry H. Bolds, Passport Agent 

Stoughton J. Richmond, Assistant Passport Agent 

Artemus A. Makela, Clerk 



Passport Agency, Chicago 
(810 New Post Office Building) 

Robert A. Proctor, Passport Agent 

John L. Barton, Assistant Passport Agent 

Phyllys A. Stonehouse, Clerk 



Passport Agency, New Orleans 

(216 Post Office Building) 

Henr}' G. Lagarde, Acting Passport Agent 



Elma V. Waldron 
Matthew C. Earle 
William F. Marshall 



Passport Agency, New York 
(Subtreasury Building) 

Ira F. Hoyt, Passport Agent 
James J. Hughes, Assistant Passport Agent 

Clerks 

Charles L. Pierce 
Frank Quinn 
Harry P. Berliner 

Eugene Straight, Messenger 



Eva S. Barnhart 
Mary J. Staab 
Hulda Hultberg 



Passport Agency, San Francisco 

(Customhouse) 

Somerset A. Owen, Passport Agent 

Gordon Norquist, Assistant Passport Agent 

Aloysius O. Horan, Clerk 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 13 

OFFICE OF THE HISTORICAL ADVISER 

Gives advice and makes recommendations with reference to historical and geographical subjects; 
is responsible for the policy of the Department with reference to the publication of official 
documents; passes upon applications of scholars for permission to search the archives; has 
supervision over the Library, the Archives Section, the Geographic Section, and all work of 
the former Division of Publications, including the selection of documents for and the editing 
of Foreign Relations of the United States, of Treaties and Other International Acts of the United 
States, and of Territorial Papers; edits the Statutes at Large, Executive orders and proclamations, 
the Register, the Foreign Service List, Press Releases, Treaty Information, Treaty Series, Execu- 
tive Agreement Series, and other publications of the Department; compiles the session laws; 
has custody of original laws, treaties, Executive orders and proclamations, etc.; drafts corre- 
spondence relating to the ascertainment of presidential electors and constitutional amendments; 
has charge of the funds of the Department for printing and binding and for books and maps; 
distributes publications. 

Hunter Miller, Historical Adviser 

Cj'ril Wynne, Assistant Historical Adviser 

E. Wilder Spaulding, Assistant to the Historical Adviser 



Administrative Office 

Clerks 
Louis E. Gates J. Austin Adams 

Norris E. Drew Evelyn MacMillan 



Geographic Section 

S. W. Boggs, Geographer 
Sophia A. Saucerman, Assistant Geographer 

F. Irvine Buxnham,. Draftsman Dorothy C. Lewis, Map Librarian 

Bernardine K. Rasmussen, Clerk Anton B. Fabatz, Clerk 



Research Section 

Morrison B. Giffen, Chief 

Research Assistants 
Carlton Savage George V. Blue 

Victor J. Farrar Ernest R. Perkins 



Territorial Papers 
Clarence E. Carter, Editor 
Editorial Assistants 
Fred W. Shipman Lillie R. Carter Grace Alexander Grefe 



14 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Library 

Martha L. Gericke, Librarian 
Yale O. Millington, Assistayit Librarian 



Irving L. Thomson 
AmeUa B. Deans 
Myra J. DeBerry 
Nona L. Doherty 
Miriam T. Rooney 
Grace W. Barry 
Mary A. Long 



Library Assistants 

Margaret Hall 
Mary S. M. Olcott 
Gladys I. Thomas 
Marion V. Voigt 
Edith Miller 
Hanna M. Hanson 
Rosine G. Pilliod 



Gladys M. Dawes 
Bernadette Gormley 
Ella P. Rutter 
George S. Thomas 
Ruth Edith Carlson 
Lena L. Notson 



Inez J. Gardner 
Matilda F. Axton 
M. Augusta Clarke 
Virginia Burbank 
Edith F. Stiles 



Publishing Section 

Bryton Barron, Chief 

Irene B. Frei, Printing Clerk 

Editorial Assistants 

Richard E. Adlof, Jr. 
Estelle B. Cornette 
Edith L. Crone 
Mary P. Ogg 
Moody Hull 



Burdette E. Neiburg 
William Gerber 
Madge Lee Guard 
Herbert E. Angel 



Special Documents Section 

Alice M. Ball, Chief 
Marjorie V. Hottel 



Charles H. Miller 



Law Section 

John J. Brauner, Chief 

Editorial Assistants 

Harry L. Smith, Clerk 



John R. Kennedy 



Arthur E. Beach 
Alice M. Brown 



Archives Section 

Natalia Summers, Archivist 

Assistants 

Julia M. Bland 
Leonard H. Price 



Edward J. Thomas 



OEGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 15 

Treaty Section 
Editorial Assistants 
Richard S. Patterson Rosa V. Sands 



Messengers 

Waldra T. Nickens Charles M. Johnson 

William M. Steen Vassar D. Gibson 

Laborers 
Julius Lee LeRoy Taylor 

DIVISION OF CURRENT INFORMATION 

Is charged with the preparation of news items for the press; receiving and replying to inquiries 
from newspaper correspondents; preparation and distribution to officials of the Department of 
daily press summaries and special articles; furnishing them with press bulletins, copies of texts, 
and general information bearing upon foreign relations. 

Michael J. McDermott, Chief 
Walter A. Foote,i Assistant Chief 

Clerks 

Hurley S. Fisk Alice McGavack Gussie A. Lassen 

Ulysses Prince, Jr., Messenger 

DIVISION OF FOREIGN SERVICE ADMINISTRATION 

Is charged with the general administration of the Foreign Service, including matters of appropria- 
tions and expenditures, rentals, equipment and supplies, organizations, instruction of diplo- 
matic and consular officers, etc.; correspondence relating to the foregoing and to customs cour- 
tesies and free entry, letters rogatory, decoration of American citizens by foreign governments, 
international exchange of publications, diplomatic pouch service between the United States 
and foreign countries, and the designation of commercial, military, and naval attaches; where- 
abouts and welfare of Americans abroad, shipping and seamen, settlement of estates of deceased 
Americans in foreign countries, consular protection of American interests and, other than com- 
merce, the general work of consular offices, such as immigration, quarantine, notarial acts, 
protection of the customs revenues, etc. 

Herbert C. Hengstler, Chief 

Harry A. Havens, Assistant Chief 

Ancel N. Taylor, Secretary to the Chief 



Adele E. Dix, Chief Clerk of Division 

Clerks 
Mary E. Snyder Edward R. Pierce 



» Foreign Service officer. 



16 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Francis E. Flaherty 
Tuley N. Wood 
George G. Riddiford 
G. Victor Lindholm 
Maud M. Crane 
Otto O. Olsson 
Blanche S. Harlow 
Hugh C. McMillan 



Administration Section 

Laurence C. Frank, in charge 
Edmund B. Montgomery ^ 

Clerks 

Meigs E. Newkirk 
Janet M. Harter 
Louise I. Baxley 
Clarke P. Cole 
Susan H. Shuey 
Hazel A. MacDonald 
Cecil C. Edwards 
Robert D. Leahy 



Rose S. Brj-an 
G. J. Barnett 
Rosalind H. Koerner 
Fred E. Hailer 
Howard E. Sangston 
Jerome F. Cobbe 



Property Section 

Harvey B. Otterman, in charge 

George Wilton, Jr. Wanda N. Hobbs 



Albert V. Caffee 



Shipping Section 

Clerks 
Ruth J. Allen 



William F. Kelly 



Notarials Section 
Glenn A. Smith 



Documentation Section 
Hugh L. Sturgis 



Maynard B. Lundgren 
Orlando F. Smith 



Miscellaneous Section 
Frances M. Marsh, in charge 

Clerks 

Leonice K. Bechtold 
Virginia M. Ellis 



William H. Dorse v 



Welfare Section 
Madge M. Blessing 



Messengers 



Effie K. Turner 



William L. Lewis 



' Foreign Service ofTicer. 



ORGANIZATION" OF THE DEPARTMENT 17 

Despatch Agency, New York 

(45 Broadway) 

Howard Fyfe, Despatch Agent 
Clerks 
Rosemary Quinlan Stanley Zaveckas Walter B. Clare 

Stephen E. Lato Walter Kearney 



Despatch Agency, New Orleans 
(Room 357, Post Office Building) 

, Despatch Agent 



Despatch Agency, San Francisco 

(Room 5, Ferry Post Office) 
Joseph F. Roberts, Despatch Agent 



Despatch Agency, London 

(6 Grosvenor Gardens, S. W. 1) 

John H. E. McAndrews, Despatch Agent 



District Accounting and Disbursing Office, Ottawa, Canada 

(Foreign Service Fiscal District No. 1) 

William McG. Harlow, District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 

Zern Hiner, Assistant District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 



District Accounting and Disbursing Office, Mexico, D. F., Mexico 

(Foreign Service Fiscal District No. 2) 

Victor H. Loftus, District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 

Hyman Goldstein, Assistant District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 



District Accounting and Disbursing Office, Paris, France 

(Foreign Service Fiscal District No. 3) 

Victor M. Lenzer, District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 

George C. Minor, Assistant District Accounting and Disbursing Officer 

DIVISION OF PROTOCOL AND CONFERENCES 

Is charged with presentation to the President of ambassadors and ministers accredited to this 
Government; with correspondence concerning their acceptability to this Government and of 
correspondence concerning acceptability to foreign governments of like officers of the United 
States; with questions regarding the rights and immunities in the United States of representa- 
tives of foreign governments; with arrangements for all ceremonials of a national or inter- 
national character in the United States or participated in by the United States abroad; with 
the entertainment and protection of distinguished foreign visitors; with questions concerning 
customs and other courtesies to foreign officials and distinguished visitors to the United States 
as well as to American officials abroad; with making arrangements for the visits of foreign 
naval vessels, foreign military organizations, and other matters of ceremonial in connection 
with the White House and the Department of State; with the preparation of the Diplomatic 
List; with questions concerning medals and decorations conferred by foreign governments 



18 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

upon military, naval, or civil officers of the United States; with the preparation of communica- 
tions from the President to heads of foreign states; wiUh the obtaining of permission for Ameri- 
can aviators to make flights in foreign countries and for foreign aviators to make flights in the 
United States; with arrangements for international conferences, congresses, expositions, and 
conventions, in which the United States is to participate, at home or abroad, and in coopera- 
tion with other branches of the Government and interested persons and organizations, deter- 
mining the extent and character of that participation; with supervision of the fulfillment of 
the international obligations of the United States with respect to membership in and expendi- 
tures for international treaty commissions, committees, bureaus, and other organizations. 

James Clement Dunn, Chief 

Charles Lee Cooke, Ceremonial Officer 

Richard Southgate, Assistant Chief Jefferson Patterson, i Assistant Chief 

Harrison G. Dwight 

Clerks 

Margaret V. Bennett Margaret S. Duffley M. Williams Blake 

Helen F. Doran Virginia W. Collins Jane M. Davis 

Grace L. Wilson Janie B. Warren Regina E. Faherty 

Messengers 
Alfred L. Jackson Alphonzo G. English 

TREATY DIVISION 

Is charged with assisting, when and as requested by the responsible officers, in the drafting of 
treaties and other international agreements, and correspondence pertaining to the negotia- 
tion, construction, and termination of treaties. The division is also charged with maintaining 
a set of treaties and other international agreements in force to which the United States is a 
party, and likewise those to which it is not a party, together with the pertinent laws, procla- 
mations. Executive orders, and resolutions; maintaining lists of treaties and other international 
agreements between the United States and foreign governments which are in process of nego- 
tiation or ratification; collecting and keeping available information regarding the application, 
interpretation, and status of treaties; analyzing treaties by subject, and assembling, comparing, 
and studying the provisions on the same subject in different treaties; examining the texts of 
treaties, conventions, or Internationa 1 agreements to which the United States is a party, with 
a view to recommending such action as may be required to obtain the fulfillment by the other 
party of its duties and obligations and to effect the performance of the duties and obligations of 
the United States by legislative or administrative acts; maintaining lists of treaties, conven- 
tions, or international agreements expiring or subject to extension with a view to considering 
the renewal or extension thereof; performing the duties of a Secretariat for all treaties of which 
the United States is the depositary; and with performing such other duties as may be assigned 
by the Secretary of State. 

Charles M. Barnes, Chief 
Wallace McClure, Assistant Chief 

Assistants 

Irvin Stewart Sydney Y. Smith Joseph A. Fennell 

Harry C. Hawkins Victor A. Wallace Harry R. Turkel 

Stephen Latchford Joseph T. Keating William V. Whittington 

Clerks 
John A. Tonner Marion E. Carter Evelyn D. Wlecke 

Thomas Griffin Marion K. Moore Melvin L. Leap 



Emily T. Chase 



George Scott, Messenger 



Foreign Service ofiBcer. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



19 



DIVISION OF COMMUNICATIONS AND RECORDS 

charged with the dispatch and receipt of all telegraphic correspondence of the Department; the 
encoding and decoding of messages exchanged in the conduct of foreign relations; the building 
of codes and ciphers used in the Department's intercourse with its representatives abroad, and 
devising rules and regulations governing their use; the auditing of telegraph accounts; the 
administration of the telephone service; the classification, recording, distribution, and preser- 
vation of correspondence; the custody of and conduct of research in the archives subsequent 
to 1906; the custody of the records of international conferences, congresses, and commissions 
in which the Government of the United States ofRcially participates; the custody of, and con- 
duct of research in, the records of the former War Trade Board; the drafting of correspondence 
and instructions on code, cipher, and record matters; the maintenance of a comprehensive 
index and file of documents published by the League of Nations; the distribution of official 
publications of foreign governments; the maintenance of a record of precedents of polie\- and 
procedure. 

David A. Salmon, Chief 

Roger S. Drissel, Assistant Chief 

Harvey E. Fenstermacher, Assistant Chief 

Alice R. Lucas, Administrative Assistant 



Telegraph Section 

Henry P. Dugan, Chief 
Clayton S. Becker, Assistant 



Record Sections 
Joseph W. McMahon, Supervisor 



Chiefs of Sections 



Charles Siegel, Passport Section 

, Western European Section 

Dorothy K. Butler, Commercial Section 
Edward E. Driscoll, Latin American Section 
Samuel S. Ford, Miscellaneous Section 
David Crenshaw, Eastern European Section 
De Lyle Davis, Immigration Section 
Ruth K. Wailes, Personnel Section 



Marie J. Ackerman, Claims Section 
Leo J. Vincelette, Far Eastern Section 
Lucy E. Collins, Near Eastern Section 
Mary A. Sadler, Conference Section 
Walter H. Anderson, Peace Conference 

Section 
Milford A. Shipley, War Trade Board Section 
Kathryn H. Conrad, Mail Section 

Bertha E. Pierce, Publications Section 
Anna R. Theaker, League of Nations Section 



Winfield S. Byars 
James A. O'Keefe 
William V. Madden 
Joseph D. Steele 
William A. Poole 
John S. Whitt 
Leo B. Hurney 
John B. Wells 
Mary A. Fuerst 



Clerks 

Marjorie D. Glennan 
Alvin L. Petrain 
Harry L. Madison 
Ira P. Meyer 
Kirby L. Prince 
Ella Ruth Rinker 
Florence P. Graves 
Daniel Henry Tilton 
Daniel J. Durning 



Paul E. Goldsberry 
William W. Cummans 
Russell Atterberry 
Laura M, Miles 
Wendell H. Bain 
Margaret I. Gates 
Dorothy Jackson 
George C. Windle 
Burton R. Kirbv 



20 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Fred E. Waller 
Philip F. Cherp 
Delmar E. Webb 
Olive F. Hardisty 
Sarah B. McLean 
Loretto E. FitzGerald 
Delia T. Buckley 
Frances B. Paxson 
Rhoda A. Mathews 
Charles D. Dye 
Percy O. Tillett 
Glenn M. Gillette 
Florence M. Clayton 
Elizabeth S. Doane 
Frances L. Hynson 
Maude Myers 
L. Johnson Ratcliffe 
Isham W. Perkins 
Frank Place 
Esther C. Janson 
Mildred Considine 
Ira James Noe 
Wilbur E. Nicholls 
Lillian F. PhiUips 
Ricardo M. Purvis 
Charles I. Bevans 
Berry R. Thompson 
Wayne C. Bobst 
James F. R. Garner 



Louisa Pastorini 
Marie S. Clarke 



Clerks — Continued 

Ralph K. Hirst 
Walter E. Jessop 
May R. McKee 
Henry Snyder 
Lloyd A. Swanson 
Mary E. Tallant 
Irene S. Ulanytzky 
Thomas F. Valenza 
Ruth Rightmire 
Julian S. Gate 
Manford E. Nelson 
Kenneth F. Channon 
Philipp L. Charles 
John S. Moats 
Thomas G. Sonner 
James D. Forbes 
Beryl Hix 
H. Spencer May 
Lillian A. Sprague 
M. Esther Dawson 
M. Alice Magee 
Rose Clark 
Ralph Pierce 
Nannie W. Berrey 
Blanche Bowers 
Mildred M. Smith 
Katherine V. Renois 
Alfred H. Macdonald 
S. Benjamin Bock 

Telephone Operators 

Catherine E. Hannan, Chief Operator 

Emma L. Baker 
Myrtle A. Price 



Elsie May Grim 
Ruth E. Peterson 
Beth Blaskey 
Mary L. Cobbs 
Vernon H. Doane 
Delbert D. Mehaffy 
Walter G. Walcavich 
Harold G. Kissick 
William E. Cooke 
James A. Hobbs 
Clyde H. Wortham 
William T. Hopkins 
Frederick W. Denniston, Jr. 
Ernest S. Parker 
Louis M. Drury 
C. Jeanne Hackett 
Marie S. Peterson 
Ralph A. Vestal 
Kathryn M. Davis 
Rose B. Gault 
Laura Conz 
Robbin Beckley 
Marie L. Berger 
Ruth Hartrick 
Frances B. Jones 
Gladys Wells 
Mabel J. Pyle 
Margarete Underwood 
Lucile M. Sutherland 



Eleanor F. Cograve 



Edward T. Simmons 
Ralph C. Walker 
Roswell N. Pinckney 
Percy H. Evans 



Thompkins G. Ricks 
Charles L. Johnson 
Frank R. Hawkins 
Elmer A. Taylor 

William W. Hawley, Laborer 



John W. Taylor 
Ernest Snowden 
Robert H. Carter 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



21 



VISA DIVISION 

Is charged with matters connected with the administration of the immigration laws insofar 
they concern the Department of State and its officers abroad. 



George Tait > 
James R. Wilkinson ^ 



Marjorie Moss 
Robert C. Alexander 
Herbert B. Monroe 
Frances I. Smith 
Elizabeth Hecht 



William D. Evans 



A. Dana Hodgdon, Chief 
Eliot B. Coulter, Assistant Chief 

C. Paul Fletcher ' 
H. Charles Spruks 

Clerks 
Elsie M. Schneider 
Inez A. Di Giulian 
Rayma Oliver 
Luella I. O. Hovgren 
Myra L. Goodwin 

Messengers 



Francis P. Dormady 



Eire Mooney 
Harriett E. Sackett 
Mildred D. Smith 
Goldie R. Beck 
Agnes P. Bonnette 



William G. Williams 



BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS 

Is charged with the keeping of all accounts of the Department and of the Foreign Service; the admin- 
istrative examination of all accounts; the approval of all accounts for transmission to the 
Comptroller General of the United States, together with the preparation of correspondence in 
relation thereto; the making of all financial reports and statements for the administrative 
ofiicers of the Department; has general administrative supervision of all disbursing oflHcers 
under the Department of State. 

William McNeir, Chief of Bureau 

George B. Stambaugh, Assistant Chief 

Fred R. Young, Chief, Audit Section 

Arthur H. Brasse, Chief, Fiscal Control Section 



Aura I. Middlekauflf 
Francis M. Killarney 
Lloyd C. Mitchell 
Lillian H. Middleton 
Florence E. Frisby 
Sophie Caplan 
John E. Baugus 
W. Scott Wilkerson 
Louis L. Widmer 
Agnes H. Beckert 



Clerks 

Ruth Harvey 
Ralph H. Barger 
Edward C. Moylan 
Albert W. Perry 
E. Dallas Talbert 
James E. Redman 
Wilbur C. Ayres 
Emily S. Morrison 
Kathryn J. Wilson 
Horace L. Talley 

George H. Morris, Messenger 



Russell V. Lewis 
Ernest L. Struttmann 
Arch Whitney 
Ross L. Whitney 
Ruth C. More 
Francis Furfey 
James C. Hicks 
Charles M. Rice, Jr. 



Foreign Service officer. 



22 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

TRANSLATING BUREAU 

Is charged with the translation of communications in foreign languages referred by the White 
House, diplomatic notes and annexed documents, laws, treaty texts, proceedings at interna- 
tional conferences; translation or summarizing of letters and documents from foreign countries 
on departmental business; the critical examination of drafts of foreign texts of bilingual or 
multilingual treaties to which the United States is a party in order to insure the closest possible 
adjustment to each other of the foreign and English texts; such services as the bureau may be 
in a position to render in connection with international conferences held at Washington. 

Emerson Christie, Chief 

Translators 

Burton H. Lamore Ignatius Jawney Arthur L. Lebel 

John W. Perkins Fred G. Haskins 

Clerks 
Margaret C. Sunderland Wilburn C. West 

Colbert S. Syphax, Messenger 

OFFICE OF COORDINATION AND REVIEW 

Reviews all outgoing diplomatic, consular, and other correspondence; coordinates the correspond- 
ence of the several bureaus of the Department for consideration and initialing before signing; 
maintains a current ready-reference file of correspondence and an index of diplomatic prece- 
dents; advises the bureaus of the Department of changes in forms of address or changes in 
the accepted style of correspondence; supervises the Mailing Section which is charged with 
the dating and the mailing of Department mail and with the certification of copies for the 
official records. 

Margaret M. Hanna, Chief 
Blanche Rule Halla, Assistant Chief 

Clerks 

Sadie D. Moore Helen L. Daniel Ruth Patee Griffin 

Mary G. Lackey Sallie F. Ross 

Mailing Section 
Clerks 
George W. Matheny Rosemary S. Davenport Edna M. Lindsay 



Messengers 
Otto R. Holsinger Leland S. West 

FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS OFFICE 

Is charged with the general supervision of matters relating to the housing of diplomatic and consular 
establishments abroad and the protection and maintenance of properties owned or to be acquired 
by the United States for such purpose. Has charge of programs of expenditures, with the 
approval of the budget officer of the Department, for the acquisition, construction, alteration, 
or furnishing of such properties. 

Robert J. Phillips, Acting Chief 
Dorothy D. Morrison, Clerk 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 23 

DISBURSING OFFICE 

Is charged with the receipt of all funds and the payment of all accounts of the Department, together 
with the preparation of correspondence relating thereto. 

W. Ford Cramer, Disbursing Officer 

Franklin A. Holmes, Assistant Disbursing Officer 

Kathryn G. Bramwell, Clerk 

James W. Hardy, Messenger 

BOARD OF REVIEW FOR EFFICIENCY RATINGS 

Wilbur J. Carr, Chairman 
Clinton E. MacEachran, Vice Chairman 

Anna A. O'Neill David A. Salmon 

Margaret R. Shedd, Secretary 



2. OFFICERS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
OFFICERS 



Name, office, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Date of 
com- 
mission 



CORDELL Hull, Secretary of State ($15,000) 

WiLLLiM PHiLLiPfc, Under Secretary of State ($10,000) 

Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary of State ($9,000) 

Raymond Moley, Assistant Secretary of State ($8,000) 

Harry F. Payer, Assistant Secretary of State ($8,000) 

Jefferson Caffery, Assistant Secretary of State, ($8,000) 
Green H. Hackworth, Legal Adviser ($9,000) 



Tenn... Mar. 4,1933 
Mar. 6,1933 
N. Y.„ J July 1, 1924 

Ohio Mar. 6,1933 

Ohio-. -J June 13,1933 

La .1 July 11,1933 

Ky 1 July 1,19311 



« Appointed Solicitor for the Department of State Aug. 10, 1925; appointed Legal Adviser July 1, 1931 (act of Feb. 23, 1931, 
46 Stat. 1214). 

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 

PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICE 



Name, grade, and salary 



Qrade eight— Chief professional 

At $9,000: 

Hackworth, Green H 

At iSfiOO: 

Bullitt, WiUiam C 

Dunn, James Clement 

Feis, Herbert 

Hornbeck, Stanley K 

Kelley, Robert F__ 

Murray, Wallace 



Orade seven — Head professional 
At $7,600: 

Metzger, Jacob A 

At $7,000: 

Baker, Joseph R. 

Flournoy, Richard W., Jr 

Hill, Ralph W. S 

Hunt, Bert L.... 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Ky. 



Pa.... 

N.Y-. 
N.Y.. 
Colo.. 
Mass.. 
Ohio.. 



Ohio.. 

Okla.. 

Md... 
Mo... 

N. Y.. 



Vallance, William R. ..I N. Y. 

At $6,500: I 

Barnes, Charles M 

Culbertson, Paul T 

Fuller, Stuart J 

Hamilton, Maxwell M 

Hickerson, John 

Livesey, Frederick 

McClure, Wallace. 

Miller, Hunter.. 

Mullen, Januarius Arthur. 

Packer, Earl L 

Phillips, Robert J 

Southgate, Richard. 
Tanis, Richard C. 

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Date of 


appoint- 


ment 


July 


1, 1931 


Apr. 


20, 1933 


Sept. 


10, 1931 


May 


13, 1931 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1928 


Sept. 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1928 


Oct. 


1, 1928 


Jan. 


28, 1932 


Apr. 


1, 1931 


Apr. 


1, 1931 


Apr. 


1, 1931 


Dec. 


1, 1930 


July 


1,1928 


May 


1, 1931 


Apr. 


7, 1933 


July 


1, 1930 


Aug. 


1. 1933 


July 


12, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 



grade. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



Grade six — Principal professional 

At $5,600: 
Ailing, Paul H. 
Dwight, Harrison G. 
Green, Joseph C. 

Hawkins, Harry C ' Mich. 

Manning, William R , Tex. 

Murphy, James J., Jr. 

Stewart, Irvin I Tex. 

Ward, Frank X I Pa. 

Wynne, Cyril Calif. 



Orade five— Senior professional 



At $5,S00: 

Boggs, S. W 

Latchford, Stephi 

O'Neill, Anna A 
At $5,000: 

Collins, Herbert B 

Matrfi, Joseph 

Murdock, James Oliver 
At $4,800: 

Carlson, Knute E 
At $4,600: 

Aldridge, Clayson W 

Bing, Arden E 

Coulter, Eliot : 

Deimel, Henry L., Jr. 

Field, Noel H 

Giffen, Morrison B 

Kelchner, Warren 

Lutz, E. Russell 




OFFICERS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 



25 



PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICE — Continued 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade five— Senior professional— Con. 

At $4,600— Continued. 

Mackay, Raymond C 

Minter, John R... - 

Scanlan, John J --- 

Grade four— Full professional 

At U,A0O: 

Anderson, Francis M 

At f4,S00: 

Diven, Frederick M 

Qericke, Martha L 

Yingling, Raymund T 

At $3,800: 

Ball, Alice M. 

Ferris, Walton C 

Fisher, Frederic A.. 

Jones, William Oscar 

Maktos, John.- 

Tate, Jack B 

Wallace, Victor A 

Whiteman, Marjorie M 

Grade three— Associate professional 

At $3,400: 

Lawrence, Ethel L 

Millington, Yale O 

Smith, Glenn A 

At f3,S00: 

Blackburn, Katherine 

Blue, George V 

Duggan, Laurence - 

Farrar, Victor J 

Pelton, Walter E 

Perkins, Ernest R 

Savage, Carlton 

Spaulding, E. Wilder 



Whence 

ap- 
pomted 



Wis- 
S. C. 
D. C. 



N.J. 



Md.. 
D. C. 
Md-. 

D. C. 

Wis.. 
Mass 
Pa... 
Mich 
Tenn 
Utah. 
Ohio. 



N. C 
Tenn.. 

N. Y.. 
Oreg.. 
N. Y.. 
Kans.. 
D. C. 
Vt.... 
Oreg.. 
Conn.. 



Date of 
appoint- 



Oct. 20,1931 
Aug. 18,1930 
Dec. 1, 1930 



July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



1. 1930 
10, 1931 

1. 1931 

1. 1930 

1. 1931 
1, 1930 

May 16,1930 
July 1, 1931 



Feb. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
June 
July 



July 1, 1930 
July 1, 1930 
July 3, 1930 

Apr. 4, 1933 
Oct. 1, 1930 
Nov. 1, 1930 
Sept. 22, 1930 
June 1,1931 
Oct. 1, 1930 
June 1, 1930 
Sept. 15, 1930 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade two — Assistant professional 

At $i,m: 

Saueerman, Sophia A 

At $t,800: 

Fennell, Joseph A 

Haig, Robert V 

Keating, Joseph T 

Nicholas, Ashley J 

Summers, Natalia 

Turkel, Harry R 

Wenger, Aloysius. 

Young, Willis H 

At $i,600: 

Burnham, F. Irvine 

Deans, Amelia B 

Jedel, Celeste 

Rogers, Elizabeth S 

Thomson, Irving L 



Grade one — Junior professional 

At $2,400: 
Pierce, Bertha E... 

At $2,300: 
Ilolland, Amy C 

At $S,200: 

DeBerry, Myra J 

Doherty, Nona L 

Rooney, Miriam T 

At $^,000: 

Barry, Grace W 

Beach, Arthur E 

Brown, Alice M 

English, Benedict M 

Hall, Margaret 

Lewis, Dorothy C 

Long, Mary A 

White, John T.. 

Whittington, William V 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



111. 



D. C. 

Md... 
N. Y... 
Ky.... 
Tenn.. 
N. Y.. 

La 

Minn. 

Utah.. 
Ala.... 

N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
7, 1931 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 




July 1, 1931 

June 1,1930 

Mar. 7,1933 

Oct. 12,1931 

May 15,1930 



July 1, 1930 

Oct 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

Aug. 1, 1930 

Aug. 29,1931 

July 10,1933 

Oct. 1, 1931 

Sept. 8,1930 

Oct. 15,1930 

Oct. 12,1931 

Oct. 1.1930 



SUBPROFESSIONAL SERVICE 



Grade six— Senior subprofessionat 



At $2,200: 
Sands, Rosa V. 



Grade five— Main subprofessionat 

At $1,920: 

Olcott, Mary S. M 

Thomas, Gladys I 

Voigt, Marion V 

At $1,800: 

Bland, Julia M.. 

Hanson, Uanna M .__ 

Jacobs, Eva Harris 

POliod, Rosine O 

171194—33—3 



July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


Aug. 


29, 1931 


May 


1, 1932 


Apr. 


16, 1931 


Oct. 


1, 1931 



Grade four— Assistant subprofessionat 
At $1,740: 

Dawes, Gladys M 

Perkins, Isham W 

At $1,620: 

Bishop, Erna V 

Gormley, Bernadette 

Price, Leonard H 

Grade three — Junior subprofessionat 
At $1,440: 

Carlson, Ruth Edith 

Notson, Lena L 

Rutter, Ella P 

Thomas, Edward J 

Thomas, George S... 



Ky 

Tenn. 

Va 

Minn... 
Md 



D. C... 

Mo 

D. C... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 



July 

Oct. 
Oct. 
July 



24, 1930 
1, 1930 

5, 1931 
7, 1930 
28, 1931 



Oct. 
Feb. 
July 
July 
Oct. 



27, 1931 
6, 1930 



26 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE 



Name, grade, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



Name, grade, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Grade sixteen— Special executive 

At SI 6,000: 
Hull, Cordell 

At $10,000: 
Phillips, William 



Orade fifteen— Senior executive 

At $9,000: 
Carr, Wilbur J , 

At $8,000: 

Caffery, Jefferson... 

McBride, Harry A 

Moley, Raymond 

Payer, Harry F 

Grade fourteen— Executive 

At $6,600: 

Hengstler, Herbert C 

Merrill, Keith 

Grade thirteen— Chief administrative 

At $5,600: 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 

Salmon, David A 

Shipley, Ruth B 

Grade twelve— Head administrative 

At $6,S00: 

Cooke, Charles Lee 

At $6,000: 

Hanna, Margaret M 

Smith, Sydney Y 

At $i,800: 

MacEachran, Clinton E 

McDermott, Michael J 

Stewart, Worthington E 

At $i,600: 

Chapin, Vinton 

Camming, HughS., Jr 

Havens, Harry A 

Grade eleven— Principal administrative 

At $i,000: 
McNeir, William 

At $3,800: 

Harris, Will 

Mosburg, Earl R 

Grade ten— Senior administrative 

At $3,600: 

Drissel, Roger S 

Frank, Laurence C 

Halla, Blanche Rule 




Ohio.. 
Minn. 



Md... 
Conn. 
Md.., 



Kans. 
D. C. 



Mass. 
Mass. 
Ohio. 

Mass. 
Va... 
N. Y. 



D. C. 

Tenn. 
Md.. 

Pa... 
R. I.. 
D. C. 



Mar. 
Mar. 



July 
Jan. 
Mar. 
June 



Dec. 
June 



4, 1933 
6, 1933 



11,1933 

1. 1932 

6. 1933 
13, 1933 



1,1930 
1, 1932 



Feb. 1, 1931 
Dec. 1,1930 
Dec. 1, 1930 



July 3, 1930 
July 1. 1930 



Jan. 
July 
July 

Apr. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Mar. 
Nov. 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Dec. 



1932 
1930 
1930 

1932 
1931 
1930 

1930 
1933 



Grade nine— Full administrative 

At $3,700: 

Allen, Percy F 

At $3,600: 

Marsh, Frances M 

At $3,600: 

Cramer, W. Ford 

Shreve, Edgar A 

At $3,400-- 

Barron, Bryton 

Dormady, Francis P 

Vipond, B. Leslie 

At $S,S00: 

Alexander, F. Virginia 

Allen, Edgar P 

Brauner, John J 

Estes, Alvin O... 

Lamore, Burton H 

Logsdon, Ella A 

Spruks, H. Charles 

Stambaugh, George B 

Grade eight— Associate administrative 

At $3,300: 

Christie, Emerson 

At $3,100: 

Rowley, Eugene C, Jr.. 

At $2,900: 

Brasse, Arthur H 

Fenstermacher, Harvey E 

Young, Fred R 

Grade seven— Assistant administrative 

At $S,S00: 

Keatley, Q. Harold 

Russ, Edward B.. , 

At $3,100: 

Morlock, George A 

Nash, James Alan , 

Will, Marvin W , 

At $2,900: 

Bennett, Margaret V 

deLashmutt, Rebekah L. , 

Mundy, Louis E 

Otterman, Harvey B 

Shedd, Margaret R 

At $2,800: 

Cook, Helen W 

Doran, Helen F 

Hibbs, Walter P 

Lincoln, Eunice A 

Murphy, Raymond E 

Watson, L. Adelaide 



Md.. 
Pa... 

N. Y. 

Va... 

S. Dal 
Wis.. 
N. Y. 

D. C. 
Pa.... 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Mich. 
Nebr.. 
Pa.... 
Pa... 



D. C... 

D. C... 

Ohio. 
Pa... 
N. Dak. 



Pa 

Pa 

Mass... 

Pa 

Va 

Ga 

D. C... 
Ind.... 

Pa 

D. C... 

D. C... 
D. C... 
D. C... 

Va 

Me 

Pa 



OFFICEKS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE— Continued 



27 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade seven— Assistant administrative 
Continued 

At $2,600: 

Clarkson, Anna L 

Holmes, Franklin A 

Moore. Sadie D 

Perkins, John W 

Grade six — Principal clerical 



At iSJOO: 

Middlekauff, Aura I... 

Romeyn. Nina G 

Tonner, John A 

At f 2,600: 

Caffee, Albert V 

Clarke, J Brent 

Dugan, Henry P 

Griffin, Thomas 

McMahon. Joseph W. 

Miller, Charles H 

Roach, Charles P., Jr. 

Wright, Maitland S... 
At $2,600: 

Borjes, Clara L 

Farrell, Thomas F 

Gardner, Inez J 

Moss, Marjorie.- 

Parkins, Albina L 

At $2,i00: 

Lucas, Alice R. 

Siegel, Charles , 

At $2,SO0: 

Alexander, Robert C... 

Alton, Matilda F 

Blessing, Madge M 

Chase, Emily T , 

Horter, Elizabeth. 

Jawney, Ignatius 

Kenestriek, Millard L.. 

Killarney, Francis M.. 

Mitchell, Lloyd C 



Grade five— Senior clerical 

At $2,600: 

Rodrick, Bertha S 

At $2,500: 

Christeuson, Ethel G 

Quigley, Stephen H 

Sisler, Clarence E 

At $2,i00: 

Conover, Margaret F 

Duffy, Mary A 

Dunker, Will F 

Havenner, Albert B 

McKenny, Eileen 



ap- appoint- 

pointed ment 



N. J.. 
Fla.. 
N Y. 
Ind.. 



Apr. 20, 1933 
July 6, 1931 
June 1.1931 
Feb. 9, 1932 



D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ind 


July 


3, 1930 


Ohio-... 


July 


3, 1930 


Ky 


July 


3, 1930 


Tex 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C..„ 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


luly 


3, 1930 


Conn... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Wash... 


July 


1, 1930 


N. J.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C ... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


Dec. 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Tenn... 


June 


1, 1931 


Utah.... 


Nov. 


11, 1931 


N. Y.... 


Sept. 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


Sept. 


1, 1931 


Pa 


May 29, 1933 


D.C.... 


Feb. 


5, 1932 


Ind 


Feb. 


9. 1931 


Mass.... 


Dec. 


1, 1930 


Pa 


Aug. 


1,1931 



Va.. 

Ind. 
Md. 
D. C 



July 

July 
July 
July 



3, 1930 
3. 1930 
3, 1930 



N. Y.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C-... 


July 


1, 1930 


Iowa 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C-... 


July 


1, 1930 



Name, grade, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Grade five— Senior clerical— Contd. 

At $2,300: 

Bassel, Cornelia B W. Va. 

Bassett, Jane B Conn. 

Becker, Clayton S 

Breen, Mary Agnes 

Butler, Dorothy K... 

Cheever, Elsie B 

Dix, Adele E 

Driscoll, Edward E 

Garland, Myron S | N. H. 

Gates, Louis E : N. Y. 

Rliddleton, Lillian H | D. C. 

Myers, Ethel Pa... 

Newcomb, Anna Belle | Mass. 

Simpson, Julia F ' D. C. 

Van Valin, Forrest D Wash. 

At $2,200: 

Baugus, John E | Tenn. 

Birch, Mary N I Va.... 

Burbank, Virginia j Md... 

Caplan, Sophie 

Clarke, M. Augusta 

Covel, Alice M 

Crenshaw, David 

Daniel, Helen L 

Davis, Marianna 

Flaherty, Francis E 

Frisby, Florence E 

Johnston, Inez 

Kennedy, John R 

Lackey, Mary O 

Lundgren, Maynard B 

Merriman, Gladys E 

Morrison, Dorothy D 

Myers, Nellie Vass... 

Patterson, Richard S 

Richardson, John E 

Stiles, Edith F 

Sturgis, Hugh L 

Wilkerson, W. Scott 

Wood, Tuley N , 

Wright, Jennie V 

At $2,100: 

Anderson, Walter H 

Byars, Winfield S 

Davis, De Lyle 

Deike, Mildred V 

Frei, Irene B 

Monroe, Herbert B 

Tuggle, Dorothy_ 

Wailes, Ruth K 

Widmer, Louis L 

At $2,000: 

Ackerman, Marie J 

Adlof, Richard E., Jr. 



Date 01 

appoint- 

mcLt 




July 3, 1930 
June 1, 1931 
July 1, 1930 



July 1, 1930 

June 1,1931 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



July 1, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



July 


1, 1930 


July 


2, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


Nov. 


1, 1930 


Feb. 


1, 1931 


June 


1,1931 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


9, 1930 


June 


1, 1930 



28 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE— Continued 



I Whence 
Name, grade, and salary 1 ap- 

pointed 



Grade five— Senior clerical— Contd. 

At #-',000— Continued. 

Allen, Ruth J.. 

Ayres, Wilbur C 

Baghy, Nettie N. 

Barger, Ralph II 

Beckert, Agnes 11 

Brainwell, Kathryn Q 

Collins, Lucy E... 

Cornette, Estelle B... 

Crone, Edith L -.. 

Drew, Norris E 

Duvall, Frank E.. 

Ford, Samuel S 

Gray, Edith M 

Harvey, Ruth. 

Haskins, Fred Q. 

Lebel, Arthur L. 

Lindholm, O. Victor... , 

Mason, Ruth C 

Moylan, Edward C 

Mullen, Ann E , 

Perry, Albert W 

Pomeranz, .\nnette 

Redman, James E 

Riddiford, George G 

Roberts, Hazel H 

Sadler, Mary A 

Schooley, George R 

Shipley, Milford A 

Smith, Elizabeth B 

Talbert, E. Dallas 

Vincelette, Leo J 

White, Louise. 



Grade four— Main clerical 



At $2,160: 

Madden, William V.. 

O'Keefe, James A 

Steele, Joseph D 

At $2,100: 

Crane, Maud M 

Morrison, Emily S... 

Poole, William A 

Smith, Orlando F 

At $2,040: 

Craley, Vivian R 

Dowrick, Lillie B 

Phillips, Elizabeth H. 
At $1,980: 

Barker, Clifford 0.... 

Conrad, Kathryn II.. 

Dickson, Lillie V 

Howze, Eoline 

Hurney, Leo B 

Owens, Louis G 



Date of 
appoint- 



Name, grade, and salary 



Wash 
D. C. 
Va... 
Miss. 
D. C. 
Pa... 
Vt... 
Va... 
Iowa. 
Mass. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Wis.. 
Iowa. 
Ohio. 
D. C. 
N. J.. 
D. C. 
Pa... 
D. C. 
Fla.. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
Ohio. 
Va... 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Fla... 
D. C. 
Vt... 
Va... 



Sept. 1,1931 

Dec. 11,1931 

Oct. 1, 1930 

Dec. 1, 1930 

Nov. 24, 1930 

July 6, 1931 

Feb. 24,1932 

June 1, 1930 

Nov. 11, 1931 

June 1, 1932 

July 1, 1930 

Aug. 14,1931 

Aug. 22,1931 
Nov. 24, 1930 

Apr. 1, 1931 

July 1, 1931 

Jan. 12,1931 

June 1, 1930 

Dec. 1, 1930 
Sept. 1,1931 

Dec. 1, 1930 
Mar. 7,1933 



Nov. 
Jan. 
July 
July 
Apr. 
July 
June 
Dec. 
Dee. 



2, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1930 

1. 1930 

1. 1931 

1. 1930 

1. 1931 

1. 1930 

4. 1931 



Pa 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


Va 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


N.Y.... 


July 


3, 1930 


S. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


Del 


July 


1, 1930 


R.I 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


3, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 



Grade four— Main clerical— Contd. 



At ?/,9S0— Continued. 

Shallcross, Gertrude C. 

Smith, Frances I 

Whitt, John S... 

At $1,920: 

Bradshaw, Charlotte... 

Chase, Jean Ramsay 

DeCell, Edith 

Fisk, Hurley S 

Fuerst, Mary A 

Funkhouser, Charles F. 

Gallop, Vera N 

Glennan, Marjorie D... 

Harlow, Blanche S 

Hecht, Elizabeth 

Hull, Moody 

Kelly, William F 

Madison, Harry L 

Meyer, Ira P 

Ogg, Mary P 

Olsson, Otto O 

Retrain, Alvin L 

Ratclifl, Viola H 

Reid, Thomas B 

Roddy, Marguerite R.. 

Taylor, Ancel N 

Theaker, Anna R 

Waterman, Bernice L . . 

Wells, John B 

Wilcox, Albena M 

Wilson, Grace L 

At $1,860: 

Graves, Florence P 

Prince, Kirby L. 

Rinker, Ella Ruth 

Schneider, Elsie M 

At $1,800: 

Angel, Herbert E 

Atterberry, Russell 

Bain, Wendell H 

Bechtold, Leonice K — 

Bronson, Vernita. 

Carter, Marion E 

Cherp, Philip F 

Cummans, William W. 

Dlsmon, Frances N 

Duffley, Margaret S — 

Durning, Daniel J 

Elliott, John C 

Ellis, Virginia M 

Gallant, Alyre J 

Garner, L. Virginia 

Gates, Margaret I 

Gerber, William 

Gibson, Elizabeth B... 

Goldsberry, Paul E 



Whsnce 

ap- 
pointed 



D. C... 
Calif... 
D. C... 

D. C... 
D. C... 
Miss... 
Iowa.. 
Iowa.. 
Va...., 
Iowa— 
D. C 
D. C. 
D. C. 
W. Va- 
N.Y.. 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
Va.... 
Mass.. 

Ill 

Okla.. 
Md... 
Nebr.. 
Utah.. 

Ill 

Mich.. 
Va.... 
Mo... 
Mo... 



Va... 
Va... 
Va... 
D. C. 

D. C. 

Mo... 



D. C. 
Iowa.. 
Va.... 
Minn. 
Ohio.. 
D. C. 



Ga-.-. 
D. C 



D. C. 
D. C. 



OFFICERS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE— Continued 



29 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade four— Main clerical— Con 

At $1,800— Continued. 

Grotjohan, Albert W. J 

Guard, Madge Lee 

Hill, John L 

Horn, Grace M 

Jackson, Dorothy.. 

Kirby, Burton R 

Lewis, Russell V 

McMillan, Hugh C 

Meyer. Mary L 

Miles, Laura M 

Neiburg, Burdette E 

Newkiik, Meigs E 

Ross, Sallie F 

Sannebeck, Norvelle H.. 

Stewart, Catherine B — 

Stover, John L 

Struttmann, Ernest L 

Talley, Horace L.. 

Tilton, Daniel Henry 

Turner, Effie K 

Waddell, Merlene 

Waller, Fred E 

Webb, Delmar E 

Wilson, Kathryn J 

Wilton, George, Jr 

Windle, George C 

Grade three — Assistant clerical 

At 1 1,980: 

Burg, Joseph P 

Snyder, Viola T 

At $1, 920: 

Chalfant, Gladys 

Dryer, Mildred V 

Kennedy, Maud 

At il, 860: 

McGavack, Alice.. 

Miller, Edith 

Smith, Clarence T 

Sprigman, Mary 

Sweet, Florence G 

At $1,800: 

Ahrens, Gladys C 

Buckley, Delia T 

Di Giulian, Inez A 

Eberlein, Marcia 

Fitz Gerald, Loretto E 

Hardisty, Olive F 

Harter, Janet M. 

Hemry, Susanna 

James, William G.. 

Mathews, Rhoda A 

McLean, Sarah B 

Oliver, Rayma 

Ollis, Luella 

Paxson, Frances B 



Whence Date of 

ap- I appoint- 

pointed ment 



Va 


Feb. 


18, 1931 


Utah.... 


Dec. 


4, 1931 


Wis 


Sept. 


1, 1931 


Ohio.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


Nov. 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


Aug. 


14, 1931 


Md 


Nov. 


2, 1931 


Mich... 


July 


21. 1931 


Va 


July 


1, 1930 


Md 


Oct. 


1, 1930 


Nebr.... 


June 


2, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


27, 1931 


Va 


July 


25, 1930 


Mo 


Dec. 


18, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Pa 


Nov. 


1,1931 


Mo 


Feb. 


1,1931 


Va 


Nov. 


14, 1931 


D. C... 


June 


1, 1930 


W. Va.. 


Dec. 


1, 1930 


Miss-... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mich... 


June 


1, 1931 


D.C.... 


Mar. 


24, 1932 


Wis 


Dec. 


11,1931 


Calif.... 


July 


1, 1931 


Md 


Nov. 


1, 1930 



N. Y.. 
D. C. 

D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C 



Va.... 
Kans.. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



Wis.. 
D. C. 
Va... 
Mo.. 
D. C. 
Md.. 
D. C 
Ohio. 
D. C 
Va... 
Calif. 
D. C 
Mo.. 
D. C 



July 3, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
3, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 
1, 1930 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade three— Assistant clerical— Con. 

At$l,7iG: 

Abrams, Belle J... 

Alwin, Evelyn V. L 

Baxley, Louise I 

Besore, Mildred E 

Boudreau, Helen 

Bowman, Winne H 

Carlisle, Grace N 

Clayton, Florence M 

Cole, Clarke P 

Collins, Virginia W 

Darley, Mary L 

Doane. Elizabeth S 

Dye. Charles D. 

Frank, Edna M 

Friedrich, Auriel C 

Gillette, Glenn M 

Goodwin, Myra L 

Hannan, Catherine E 

Hynson, Frances L 

Kent, Zolita M 

Kushelevsky, Charlotte L.. 

MacMillan, Evelyn 

Matheny, George W 

Mooney. Eire 

Mullins, VeldaD 

Myers, Maude.. 

Phillips, LUlian F 

Place, Frank 

Pollock, Blanche S 

Pryor, Ralph W. .._ 

Purvis. Ricardo M... 

Rasmussen, Bernardine K 

Ratcliffe, L. Johnson 

Sackett, Harriett E 

Serrin, Mary Louise 

Shuey, Susan H 

Slaughter, Charles A 

Smith, Vivian M 

Sunderland, Margaret C 

Swanson, Margaret L 

Tillett, Percy O 

Warren, Janie B 

Willier, Lillian E 

At $1,680: 

Blake, M. Williams 

Carroll, Alma A 

Considine, Mildred... 

Griffin, Ruth Patee.... 

Janson, Esther C 

Nicholls, Wilbur E. 

Noe, Ira James 

At$l,et0: 

Adams, J. Austin. 

Baillie, Hannah W 

Barnett, G. J 

Bevans, Charles I 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



Md..... 


July 


1, 1930 


Minn... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ga 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Kans.... 


July 


1, 1930 


N. Y.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ga 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ga 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Va. 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ky 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


N. Y.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1. 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Iowa.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Iowa.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Pa 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


3, 1930 


Mass.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Md 


July 


1, 1930 


Tex 


July 


1,1930 


Minn... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1,1930 


Iowa 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Ill .- 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


Mar. 


5, 1931 


Calif.... 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Pa 


July 


1, 1930 


Va 


July 


1, 1928 


Ga 


July 


1, 1930 


Pa 


July 


1, 1930 


Ohio 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Kans.... 


July 


1, 1930 


Mo 


July 


25, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Va 


July 


1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 


1, 1930 


Utah.... 


Nov. 


13, 1930 


Mass.... 


June 


1, 1930 


Ohio.... 


July 


1, 1931 


Md 


June 


1. 1930 



30 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE-Contioued 



Name, grade, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Grade three — Assistant clerical — Con. 

At $1,620 — Continued. 

Bobst, Wayne C 

Brockway, LDlian O , 

Bryan, Hose S„ 

Gate, Julian S 

Caulk, Paul A 

Channon, Kenneth F... 

Charles, Philipp L 

Clark, Rose 

Cobb, Frances E 

Cooper, Mildred C 

Corrigan, Katherine P 

Crawford, Eleanor M 

Daggert, Ethel L.. 

Davis, Elsie C , 

Davis, Jane M.. 

Dawson, M. Esther , 

Downer, Alice S 

Dreyer, Helen Z , 

Edwards, Cecil C . 

Faherty, Regina E 

Forbes, James D 

Fo.K, Bernardino B 

Freeman, Clara J 

Fur fey , Francis 

Garner, James F. R 

Hanson, Elsie R 

Hirst, Ralph K 

Hix, Beryl. 

Hobbs, Wanda N 

Hoppmann, Gladys A.., 

Hottel, Marjnrie V 

Hovgren, Luella I. O 

Jessop, Walter E _. 

Johnson, Elda B 

Johnson, Sara A. M 

Kelly, Ruth E 

Kirsch, Mildred. 

Kocrner, Rosalind H I 

Laser, Ethel J 

Leahy, Robert D 

Leap, Melvin L 

MacDonald, Hazel A | 

Magee, M. Alice ! 

May, n. Spencer J 

McKee, May R ! 

Moats, John S ' 

Moore, Marion K 

More, Ruth C... I 

Nelson, Manford E ' 

Norman, Clyde L j 

Owen, Mary E 

Pierce, Edward R 

Pierce, Ralph 

Reeves, Edwy L 

Rightmire, Ruth 

Sannebeck, Frank A 



Nebr.- 
D. C... 
D. C... 
Mass... 
Nebr... 
N. J..-. 
Ohio... 

Ill: 

Mo 

Tenn.. 
N.Dak 
Conn.. 

Ill 

D. C... 

Va 

Nebr... 

Pa 

D. C. 
Iowa... 
W. Va. 
D. C... 

Va 

N. C... 
N.J... 
D. C... 
Iowa... 

Va 

Kans... 

Vt 

Nebr... 
Ohio... 
Mass... 
Tex.... 
Iowa. . 
W. Va. 
N. Y... 
Nebr... 
Ark.... 
D. C... 

Pa 

Ind..._ 
N. Y... 
Mo.... 
Utah... 
S. Dak. 

Ill 

Mass... 
Iowa... 
Iowa... 
Okla... 
D. C... 

Va 

Va 

D. C... 
W. Va.. 
Mo 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



July 1, 1930 
Feb. 9, 1931 
May 1, 1931 
Sept. Ifi, 1930 
July 14,1931 
Dec. 23, 1930 
Feb. 20,1931 
Mar. 24, 1932 
Nov. 3, 1931 
Aug. 1, 1930 
Nov. 3, 1931 
Jan. 5, 1931 
May 18. 1930 
Feb. 4, 1931 
Aug. 1, 1930 
Sept. 14, 1931 
June 20. 1931 
Feb. 9, 1931 
Aug. 11, 1930 
Nov. 1. 1931 
Feb. 20,1931 
Sept. 3, 1931 
Dec. 1, 1930 
Feb. 17,1932 
July 1, 1930 
Sept. 3,1931 
July 1, 1930 
Aug. 14.1931 
July 17, 1931 
Nov. 25, 1930 
Aug. 16, 1930 
Oct. 27, 1931 
July 1, 1930 
Feb. 4,1931 
Nov. 1, 1930 
Sept. 1, 1931 
July 21,1931 
Jan. 12, 1932 
Feb. 6, 1931 
Sept. 16, 1930 
May 1, 1932 
1, 1930 
24, 1932 
1,1931 
1,1930 
Aug. 14,1931 
Dec. 4. 1930 
Dec. 11,1931 
Nov. 18, 1930 
Mar. 1, 1931 
Feb. 25,1932 
Feb. 1, 1931 
May 9, 1932 
June 10,1931 
Sept. 8,1930 
Mar. 2, 1931 



Name, grade, and salary 



Aug. 
Feb. 
June 

July 



Grade three— Assistant clerical— Con. 

At $ I, eSO— Continued. 

Schukraft, Gladys E 

Selvog, Anna S.. 

Simering, Chauncey L 

Smith, Cora M... 

Smith, Mildred D 

Smithman, Beulah M. 

Snyder, Henry 

Snyder, Lucille 

Sonner, Thomas Q 

Sorrell, Carol 

Sprague, Lillian A 

Stephan, Ola May 

Swanson, Lloyd A 

Tallant, Mary E 

Thompson, Berry R 

I'lanytzky, Irene S 

Underwood, Edna M 

Vsilenza, Thomas F 

Welch, Rae... 

Wells, Dorothy J 

Welsh, Richard D 

Werfield, Viola 

West, Wilburn C 

Whitmore, Anna Bruce 

Whitney, Arch. 

Whitney, Ross L. 

Williams, Bertram E 

Wlecke, Evelyn D 

Grade two — Junior clerical 

At $1,740: 

Berrey, Nannie W 

Snyder, Mary E 

At $1,680: 

Bowers, Blanche. 

Burroughs, Anna V 

Hailer, Fred E 

Kearney, Mary P 

Murdock, Myra A 

Smith, Mildred M. 

At $1,620: 

Carey, Elsie M 

Kegg, Cressy L 

At $1,560: 

Beck, Goldie R.. 

Davenport, Rosemary S 

Fleming, Thomas J 

At $1,500: 

Renois, Katherine V... 

Warner, Betty T 

At $1,440: 

Asbjornson, Mildred J 

Beach, Frances M 

Bell, John O , 

Blaskey, Beth 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Ind.... 
Minn.. 
N. Y... 

Vt 

Mo 

Minn.. 
D. C... 
Mo.... 
N. Y... 
N. C... 
lowa... 
Ind.... 

Ill 

D. C... 

Va 

Pa 

Md.... 
D. C... 

La 

D. C... 
Mass... 
Iowa... 
Utah... 

Va 

S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 

Mo 

Ohio... 



n.c. 

D. C. 

N. Y.. 
D. C 
D. C. 

Va.-.. 
D. C. 

Mo..-. 

D. C. 
D. C. 

Colo.. 
N. Y.. 
D. C 

D. C. 

Fla.... 

Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Wis... 



OFFICERS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE— Continued 



31 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade tuo— Junior clerical— Contd. 

At $ I, UO— Continued. 

Bock, S. Benjamin 

Bonnette, Agnes P 

Brammeier, Alsace L 

Cobbs, Mary L 

Conz, Laura 

Cooke, William E 

Corley, Virginia C 

Cox, Hiilda Virginia 

Crim, Elsie May 

Denniston, Frederick \V., Jr 

Doane, Vernon H 

Drury, Louis M... 

Engh, Audrey M- - 

Fabatz, Anton B 

Hackett, C. Jeanne... 

Uenderson, Herbert II 

flicks, James C 

Ilobbs, James A. 

Hopkins, William T 

James, Virginia H 

Kelly, Helen G 

Eissick, Harold Q 

Lindsay, Edna M 

Macdonald, Alfred n 

McKaig, Catherine D 

Mehatfy, Delbert D 

Morrill, rieo B 

Parker, Ernest S. 

Peterson, Marie S 

Peterson, Ruth E 

Ramey, Faye G.._ 

Rice, Charles M., Jr 

Riedesel, Helen R 

Sager, Fay... 

Schroeder, Helen V 

Smith, Harry L 

Smith, Sydney B 

Stocker, Ida May 

Supplee, Constance M 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



N. Y.. 
Mass.. 
Mont.. 
Ohio.- 
Mass.. 
Mass... 
Fla..... 
W. Va. 
N. C... 
Md.... 
Kans... 
D. C... 
Wis... 
Minn.. 
Mass... 
D. C... 

Ga 

Ga 

Tenn.. 
Md.... 
N. Y... 
Mo.... 
Iowa... 
D.C... 
D. C... 
Iowa... 
Kans... 
D. C... 
Oreg... 
Kans... 
Ky..... 
Wash.. 
Minn.. 

111. 

Minn.. 

ni 

Ill 

Tex 

Miss... 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



8. 1931 
9,1931 

1. 1932 



Sept. 15, 1930 
Jan. 1,1932 
Feb. 1, 19.32 
Oct. 24,1931 
June 1,1931 
Aug. 12,1931 
Sept. 22, 1930 
Oct. 1, 1931 
Nov. 10, 1930 
July 9, 1931 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Mar 
Aug. 17,1931 
Feb. 24,1932 
Oct. 9, 1930 
Mar. 30, 1931 
Sept. 9, 1931 
Oct. 28,1931 
Jan. 1, 1932 
Nov. 16,1931 
May 1,1931 
July 1, 1930 
Aug. 20, 1930 
Sept. 22, 1931 
Apr. 27,1931 
Jan. 7, 1931 
July 9, 1931 
Mar. 24, 1932 
May 19,1931 
Oct. 22,1931 
Dec. 1, 1931 
May 16,1931 
Aug. 10,1931 
Mar. 1, 1932 
Aug. 1, 1931 
Aug. 13,1931 
Feb. 26,1931 
July 1, 1931 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade two— Junior clerical— Contd. 

At $l,4iO— Continued. 

Sutton, Margaret W 

Taylor, Eva Neel 

Thain, Ann Marie 

Vestal, Ralph A 

Walcavich, Walter O.. 

Whitcomb, Viola L 

Williams, Dorothy S 

Wortham, Clyde H 

Grade one— Under clerical 



Atil,6W: 

Pastorini, Louisa 

At $1,560: 

Clarke, Marie S. 

Loar, Mary J 

Sangston, Howard E . . . 
At 91, 500: 

Baker, Emma L 

Davis, Kathryn M 

Gibson, Lloyd L 

At f 1,440: 

Gault, RoseB 

Martin, James H 

At $1,S20: 

Price, Myrtle A 

At $1,260: 

Beckley, Bobbin 

Berger, Marie L 

Cobbe, Jerome F 

Cograve, Eleanor F 

Grefe, Grace Alexander. 

Hartrick, Ruth 

Jones, Frances B 

Lassen, Gussie A 

Pyle, Mabel J.. 

Sutherland, Lucile M... 

Underwood, Margarete. 

Wells, Gladys 



Whence 

ap- 
pomted 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



D.C... 


Oct. 


4. 1930 


D. C... 


Nov. 


23,1931 


Wash... 


July 


25. 1931 


Ind 


May 


2, 1932 


Pa 


Apr. 


8, 1931 


Mass.... 


Feb. 


25. 1931 


Mi.ss..._ 


Mar. 


25, 1931 


Tex 


Sept. 


24, 1931 



D. C. 
111.... 
D. C. 

D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 

D. C. 
D.C. 



July 3, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 3, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



Ohio.... 


Jan. 


16, 1931 


Nebr.... 


Jan. 


20, 1931 


N. Y.... 


Dec. 


1,1931 


D. C... 


Sept 


22, 1930 


Ill 


Feb. 


20, 1932 


m. 


Feb. 


24, 1931 


Mo 


Jan. 


16, 1931 


Mo 


Aug. 


25, 1930 


Ill 


Feb. 


24, 1931 


Nebr.... 


Feb. 


11, 1931 


Mo 


Mar 


23, 1931 


Kans.... 


Jan. 


20, 1931 



CUSTODIAL SERVICE 



Grade seven— Main custodial 

At $1,560: 
fitegraaier, Raymond L 

Grade sii— Assistant custodial 

At$l,6S0: 
Carney, William C 

Grade four— Under custodial 

At $1, 560: 

Warren, James R 

At $1,500: 

Tennille, Clayborne 



D.C. 
Ala.- 



Oct. 


1, 1931 


Apr. 


6, 1932 


Oct. 


1 
1,1929 i 


Sept. 


10, 1931 



Grade four— Under cusiodial—Contd. 

At $1,440: 

McBeth, Warren 

I At$l,S80: 

Warren, Robert 

At$l,SSO: 

Green, Kirk M 

Small, Samuel 



Grade three — Alinor custodial 

At $1,500: 

Delaney, Thomas J 

Myers, Louis S 




32 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
CUSTODIAL SERVICE— Continued 



Name, grade, and salary 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Grade three— Minor custodial— Con. 

At $1,500— Continued. 

Reeder, Charles A 

Scott, George.-- --- 

Thomas, Edgar 

At$l,UO: 

Edwards, Isaac 

Hawley, William W 

Jones, Victor E 

Simmons, Edward T 

Simmons, Paul A 

At 91,380: 

Compton, Clarence— 

Dorscy, William n 

Edmonds, Walter B 

Evans, William D 

Fauntroy, Edward- 

Hardy, James W.- 

Hester, William H...- 

Lewis, William L— 

Morris, George H 

Pinckney, Roswell N 

Smith, Arthur J 

Thomas, George A 

Walker, Ralph C 

West, Leland S— 

At $1,320: 

Booker, Burnett 

Dodson, Frederick A 

Evans, Percy H 

Jackson, Alfred L 

Kelly, William J 

Ricks, Thompkins O 

Syphax, Colbert S- 

Tobin, Edward J 

Williams, William G 

At$l,S60: 

Hawkins, Frank R 

Johnson, Charles L 

Lee, Augustus 

Nickens, Waldra T- 

Prince, Ulysses, Jr 

Rice. Albert S - - 



D. C. 
D. C. 
Qa... 



D. C 
D. C 
Pa... 
Pa.. 

D. C 
Md.. 
D. C 
D. C 
D. C 
D. C 
D. C 
Ga... 
D. C 
Md.. 
La... 
D. C 
D. C 
D. C 



D. C. 
D. C. 

D. C. 
Pa... 
D. C. 
Md.- 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 



D. C. 
Md-. 
Pa... 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1928 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 



July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1,1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


]uly 


1. 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1928 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 


July 


1, 1930 



Name, grade, and salary 



Grade three— Minor custodial— Con 

At 1,S60— Continued. 

Roache, Thomas P - 

Robertson, Dudley L 

Washington, William W , 

Wells, Edward 

At $1,200: 

Carter, Maceo 

Carter, Robert H 

Carter, Wallace W 

English, Alphonzo Q 

Fennel, Charles H., Jr 

Gaines, Harry B 

Gibson, Vassar D 

Greenfield, Robert T - 

Haywood, David C 

Holsinger, Otto R 

Jackson, James E 

Johnson, Charles M 

Johnson, William E 

Proctor, Bronson 

Richardson, Antonio M 

Snowden, Ernest 

Steen, William M 

Taylor, Elmer A 

Taylor, John W 

Tyler, Raymond 

Grade two—Offlce laborer 

At $1,320: 

Anthony, Nicholas 

Brown, Robert W-.- 

At$l,?60: 

Hill, James - 

At $1, too: 

Lee, Julius.. --- 

Payne, Stephen 

At$l,H0: 

Baker, Milton- 

At $1,080: 

Norris, Emanuel, Jr. 

Parker, Edlow G 

Taylor, LeRoy- _ - 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
Va... 



D. C. 
D. C. 
Va.. 



Date of 
appoint- 
ment 



D. C... 


July 1, 1930 


Md 


July 1, 1930 


D. C... 


July 1. 1930 


D. C... 


July 1, 1930 


Ga 


Dec. 16, 1930 


D. C... 


Oct. 1, 1930 


D. C... 


May 16,1930 


D. C. 


Oct. 6, 1931 


D. C... 


May 16,1930 


D. C... 


May 19, 1930 


Va 


July 8, 1931 


D. C..._ 


Oct. 23,1931 


D. C--- 


Jan. 1, 1932 


Md 


Apr. 1, 1931 


D. C— 


May 16,1930 


D. C... 


Aug. 16,1930 


D. C- 


July 28,1931 


D. C... 


Dec. 1, 1931 


D. C... 


Oct. 17,1931 


Va 


Nov. 23. 1931 


Tex 


May 7,1930 


D. C... 


July 1, 1931 


D. C... 


July 27,1931 


D. C- 


Feb. 20,1931 



July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 1,1930 

July 1, 1930 

July 20,1931 

Aug. 20,1930 

July 23.1930 



OFFICERS AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
PASSPORT AGENCIES 



33 





Whence 


Date of 




Whence 


Date of 


Name and salary 


ap- 


appoint- 


Name and salary 


ap- 


appoint- 




pointed 


ment 




pomted 


ment 


Boston: 








New York— Continued. 






Harry H. Bolds, Agent ($3,700) 


D. C... 


May 


1, 1930 


Elma V. Waldron ($2,300) 


N. Y.... 


Feb. 17,1932 


Stoughton J. Richmond, Assistant 


D. C... 


May 


1, 1930 


Matthew C. Earle ($2,200) 


N. Y.... 


May 1.1930 


Agent ($2,600). 








William F. Marshall ($2,000) 


R.I 


July 1, 1928 


Artemus A. Makela ($1,620) 


Mass.... 


Oct. 


16, 1930 


Charles L. Pierce ($2,000).. 


N. Y.... 


Jan. 9, 1931 


Chicago: 








Frank Quinn ($2,000).. 


N.Y.... 


Mar. 1,1932 


Robert A. Proctor, Agent ($3,700) .. 


D.C.... 


May 


1, 1930 


Eva S. Barnhart ($1,860) - 


N. Y.... 


May 1,1930 


John L. Barton, Assistant Agent 


Ill 


May 


1, 1930 


Harry P. Berliner ($1,800) 


N. Y.-.. 


Jan. 9, 1931 


($2,600). 








Mary J. Staab ($1,680)... 


N. Y.... 


May 1.1930 


Phyllys A. Stonehouse ($1,800) 


Ill 


Aug. 


1. 1930 


Eugene Straight ($1,560) 


N. Y.... 


May 1,1930 










Hulda Hultberg ($1 620) 


N Y 


June 16 1932 


' Henry G. Lagarde, Acting Agent 


La 


June 


1, 1933 


San Francisco: 






($1,800). 








Somerset A. Owen, Agent ($3,600).. 


Md 


July 1, 1933 


New York: 








Gordon Norqulst, Assistant Agent 


Calif.... 


May 1,1930 






May 


1, 1930 


(.$2,600). 






James J. Hughes, Assistant Agent 
($3,200). 


N. y.... 


May 


1, 1930 


Aloysius 0. Horan ($2,200) 


Calif.... 


Dec. 1, 1930 















PERSONS RETIRED FROM THE DEPARTMENT" 
RECEmNO Annuities 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Date of 
retire- 
ment 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Date of 
retire- 
ment 



Blandford, Alice M.. 
Bopp, Jennie Cook... 

Bresnahan, Nellie 

Bryan, Henry L 

Burnett, Rufus R 

Clairmont, Grace C. 

Crusch, Mary 

Eaton, Paul W.. 

Gibson, Frances C 

Qoss, Mary W 

Hawkins, Richard H. 

Holmes, James O 

Kendall, Frederick A. 
Martin, John S., Jr... 
Newcome, William A 
Perkins, Lindsay S... 



D.C. 
Iowa. 
D. C. 

D. C- 
D. C_ 

N. Y. 



D. C- 
D. C. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
D. C_ 
D. C. 



Calif. 
Ga... 



June 30, 1933 
June 30,1931 
June 30, 1933 
Aug. 31,1930 
Mar. 31, 1931 
July 31,1930 
Apr. 30,1932 
June 30,1932 
June 30,1933 
June 30,1923 
June 30, 1933 
June 30, 1933 
Feb. 28,1933 
Aug. 31,1930 
June 30,1933 
June 30,1933 



Quinlan, Joseph B 

Rowley, Eugene C, Sr. 

Sayers, Thomas 

Savoy, Edward A 

Scott, Walter 

Shand, Miles 

Sharps, Lloyd 

Skinner, James S 

Skinner, Sidney A 

Smith, Carothers H 

Swann, James S 

Tnnner, Laura R 

Underwood, Wilbur W. 

Welch, William H 

Wheeler, Willard H 



Mo... 
D. C 
N. Y.. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
N.J... 
Nebr- 
Tex... 
D. C-. 
Va.... 
D. C- 
Md... 
D.C.. 
Md... 
D. C. 



Feb. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
June 
July 
June 
Mar. 
June 
June 
Nov. 
Oct. 
June 
June 
Mar. 



5,1927 
31, 1932 
30, 1931 

31. 1931 

30. 1930 
1, 1932 

30. 1932 

31. 1927 

30. 1931 

30. 1933 
30, 1931 
31. 1930 
30, 1933 
30, 1933 

15. 1928 



Abbot, Lucy E... 
Babcock, Elisha J. 

Barry, John 

Cole, Samuel 

Coughlin, John T. 
Qwinn, Martha... 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Ohio.. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
Mich. 
D. C- 



Date of retire- 
ment 



June 30.1922 
June 30,1922 
June 30,1922 
June 30,1922 
June 30,1922 
Apr. 13.1923 



Dec. 26,1925 
Apr. 22,1924 
Dec. 29,1929 
Mar. 14.1928 
Sept. 20. 1922 
Mar. 25. 1924 



Hoyt, Edna K 

Morrison, Thomas. 
Newton, T. John... 
Peabody, Frank H. 

Roosa, I. P... 

Shultze, George H.. 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Mich. 
N. Y.. 
D. C. 
Ohio., 
N. Y., 
R.I.. 



Date of retire- 
ment 



Oct. 11.1929 
June 30.1922 
June 30,1922 
June 30,1922 
Jan. 27,1930 
June 30,1931 



' Under the provisions of the acts of May 22, 1920, July 3, 1926, May 29, 1930, and June 16, 1933. 
171194—33 4 



Dec. 28,1930 
July 10,1927 
Jan. 2, 1928 
July 24,1925 
Apr. 28.1930 
Mar. 25. 1932 



3. FORHGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Tirana (Tirang), l. 



Buenos Aires, e. 



AUSTRIA 
Vienna (Wien), / 



Herman Bernstein, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
Cloyce K. Huston, third secretary (vice consul).. 

Col. E. R. Warner McCabe, mUitary attache 

Karl L. Ranlcin, commercial attache 



Cloyce K. Huston, vice consul (third secretary)... 
Erich W. A. Hoilmann, vice consul 



Robert Woods Bliss,' ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary, 

John Campbell White, counselor of embassy 

Elbridge Gerry Greene, first secretary 

John N. Hamlin, second secretary 

Capt. Frederick D. Sharp, military attache. 

Comdr. Leland Jordan, Jr., naval attache.. 

Alexander V. Dye, commercial attache 



Avra M. Warren, consul general 

John W. Bailey, Jr., consul 

Stanley O. Slavens, vice consul 

Theodore S. Cleveland, vice consul. 
Clare H. Timberlake, vice consul... 

John C. Pool, vice consul. 

William C. Trimble, vice consul 

Sydney H. Banash, vice consul 



Gilchrist Baker Stockton, 2 envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 

Merritt Swift, first secretary.. 

Alfred W. Klicfoth, first secretary 

Lt. Col. Martin C. Shallenberger, military attache. 
Lt. Col. Jacob W.S. Wuest, asst. military attache 
for air. 



Ernest L. Harris, consul general... 

Francis R. Stewart, consul 

Walter J. Linthicum. vice consul. 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul 

John William Scott, vice consul... 



New York. 



Iowa 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Iowa 

Wisconsin. 



New York. 



Maryland 

Massachusetts... 

Oregon 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Maryland 

Texas 

Texas 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. 



Florida. 



Dlst. Columbia.. 

Pennsylvania 

War Dept 

War Dept 



Illinois 

New York. 
Maryland.. 
Illinois 



Feb. 17,1930 

J Sept. 10,1932 
Aug. 17,1931 
Feb. 4, 1932 

t Sept. 10,1932 
Dec. 5, 1931 



Feb. 17,1927 

June 11,1928 
Aug. 13,1929 
Apr. 16,1928 
May 3, 1932 
Apr. 12,1930 
Aug. 30. 1926 

tSept. 29, 1932 
Dec. 16,1932 
Deo. 18,1930 
Feb. 24,1931 
Dec. 10,1931 
Mar. 21, 1932 
Dec. 22,1932 
Sept. 2,1921 



Jan. 22,1930 

Jan. 23,1930 

May 11,1933 
Mar. 20, 1933 
Mar. 20, 1931 



Aug. 3,1929 

Apr. 10,1931 

tJan. 2. 1932 

Aug. 7,1924 

June 22. 1929 



Uncl.(o) 



Uncl.Ca) 



I 

IV 
VII 



IV 
VII 

Uncl.(6) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 



II 

V 

Uncl.(c) 



1 Alexander W. Weddell, of Virginia, was appointed Ambassador to Argentina on June 3, 1933; he succeeded Robert Woods 
Bliss upon the latter's retirement from service on July 31, 1933. 

2 George II. Earle. 3d, of Pennsylvania, was appointed Minister to Austria on July 24, 1933. 

34 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



35 



Name aad rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



BELGIUM i 
Brussels (Bruxelles), e.. 



Antwerp (Antwerpen), e.g. 



Rio de Janeiro, e. 



Victoria, v.c. 
Bahia, c 



Pars, c 

Pernambuco (Recife), c. 



CearS, c.a 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, c. 



Rio Grande, c.a. 

Santos, c 

Sao Paulo, eg 



Dave Hennen Morris, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Ferdinand L. Mayer, counselor of embassy 

Stanley Woodward, second secretary 

George P. Waller, second secretary 

Samuel Reber, Jr., third secretary — 

MaJ. Robert C. F. Goetz. military attache 

Leigh W. Hunt, asst. commercial attache 



New York. 



Indiana 

Pennsylvania 

Alabama 

New York 

WarDept 

Dept. Commerce 



Walter H. Sholes, consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul.. 

Marion Letcher, consul general 

William H. Beach, consul 

Robert O. McGregor, Jr., vice consul 

William D. Moreland, Jr., vice consul 

Dwight W. Fisher, vice consul | Dist. Columbia. 



Oklahoma- 
Indiana 

Georgia 

Virginia.... 
New York. 
Oregon 



Edward F. Feely, 2 envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
Robert P. Joyce, third secretary 



Robert F. Femald, consul 

John C. Shillock, Jr., vice consul. 



Dist. Columbia. 
California 



Maine. 
Oregon. 



Hugh S. Gibson, ambassador extraordinary and California 

plenipotentiary. 
Walter C. Thurston, counselor of embassy.. 

John M. Cabot, third secretary 

Maj. William Sack ville, mUitary attache... 
A. Ogden Pierrot, asst commercial attache.. 



Samuel T. Lee, consul general 

Julian L. Pinkerton, consul 

Harold B. Minor, vice consul 

Theodore A. Xanthaky, vice consul. 

Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul 

Robert J. Clarke, vice consul 

Lawrence P. Briggs, consul 

Lee Worley, vice consul 

George E. Seltzer, consul 

George J. Haering, consul 

E. Allan Lightner, Jr., vice consul... 

Andre Qradvohl, consular agent 

Reginald S. Castleman, consul 

Henry S. Haines, vice consul... 

Arthur L. Bowen, consular agent... 

Arthur G. Parsloe, vice consul 

Charles R. Cameron, consul general. 
Frederic C. Fornes, Jr., vice consul.. 

Willard Qalbraith, vice consul 

Sherburne Dillingham, vice consul. 



Arizona 

Massachusetts... 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce- 



May 18,1933 

Oct. 20,1930 

June 26,1929 
Mar. 10, 1931 
July 21,1932 
May 4,1931 
June 17,1927 

Apr. 17,1930 
Oct. 13, 1926 

July 6, 1928 
Sept. 18, 1931 
Nov. 20,1931 
Aug. 22,1932 
tMay 5,1924 

June 4, 1930 

Apr. 1, 1932 

Mar. 11, 1932 
June 17,1933 



May 11,1933 

Oct. 7, 1931 
May 12,1932 
May 5, 1932 
Dec. 30,1925 



I 
VII 
VII 
VIII 



IV 



I 

VIII 
Unci. (6) 
Uncl.(c) 



Uncl.(6) 



VI 

Unci. (6) 



II 
VIII 



Michigan... 
Kentucky... 

Kansas 

New York.. 
New York.. 
New York.. 
Michigan... 
Washington. 
New York.. 
New York.. 
New Jersey. 

France 

California... 
New Jersey.. 



Georgia 

New York.. 
New York.. 
California... 
New Jersey. 



> The diplomatic ofiBcers here 
2 Fay .\. des Portes, of South 



listed are accredited also to Luxemburg. 

Carolina, was appointed Minister to Bolivia on Aug. 19, 1933. 



Jan. 

Mar. 

June 
tSept. 
tOct. 

June 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 
{Dec. 
{June 
{Jan. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 



22, 1931 
25, 1931 

15. 1931 
24. 1923 
28. 1925 
14, 1928 

2. 1929 
18, 1933 

30. 1930 
3, 1933 

24. 1932 
1, 1932 

27. 1931 

23. 1933 
18, 1923 

7, 1023 

22. 1930 

8. 1930 

24. 1931 
20, 1931 



I 
VII 
Unci .(6) 



VI 

Uncl.(c) 
VII 
VII 

Uncl.(c) 



VI 



III 

Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 



36 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



BULGABIA 
Sofia (Soflya), L. 



CANADA 

Ottawa, Ontario, / 



Name and rank 



eg- - — 

d.a. & d.o 

Calgary, Alberta, c 

Edmrnton, Alberta, c. _ 

Fort William and Port Arthur, 

Ontario, c. 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, eg - 

Fredericton, New Bruns- 
wick, v.c. 
Hamilton, Ontario, c 

Kingston, Ontario, c 

London, Ontario, c 

Moncton, New Brunswick, c 

Montreal, Quebec, eg 



Henry Wharton Shoemaker, envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. 

Maynard B. Barnes, first secretary 

John McArdle, third secretary (consul) 

Cavendish W. Cannon, third secretary (vice 

consul). 

MaJ. John A. Crane, military attache 

Julian E. Gillespie, commercial attache , 

John McArdle, con.sul (third secretary).. 

Cavendish W. Cannon, vice consul (third secre- 
tary). 



Warren Delano Robbins, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Pierre de L. Boal, first secretary 

James C. H. Bonbright, third secretary 

William W. Butterworth, Jr., third secretary 

Henry M. Bankhead, commercial attachfi.. 

Oliver B. North, asst. commercial attache 

William H. Beck, consul general 

Julian F. Harrington, consul 

Milton Patterson Thompson, vice consul 

William McG. Harlow, district accounting and 
disbursing oflScer (vice consul). 

Zern Hiner, asst. district accounting and disburs- 
ing ofiBcer (vice consul). 

Norton F. Brand, consul 

Charles W. Allen, vice consul 

Harold M. Collins, consul. 

Girvan Teall, vice consul - 

Jesse B. Jackson, consul 

Henry T. Dwyer, vice consul 

George E. Chamberlin, consul general 

Joseph P. Ragland, consul 

Terry S. Hinkle, vice consul 

Orlando H. Massie, vice consul 

Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Adam Beaumont, vice consul 

George Gregg Fuller, consul 

Thomas D. Bergin, vice consul 

William A. Bickers, consul... 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Harry L. Walsh, consul 

Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul 

Wesley Frost, consul general 

George D. Hopper, consul 

James Hugh Keeley, Jr., consul 

William R. Langdon, consul 

Samuel J. Fletcher, consul 

George Bliss Lane, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Iowa 

Pennsylvania. 
Utah.... 



War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Pennsylvania... 
Utah 



New York. 



Pennsylvania 

New York 

Louisiana 

Dept. Commerce. 
Dept. Commerce- 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 22,1930 

Mar. 22, 1930 
May 5, 1932 
tJune 2,1933 

Feb. 1, 1932 
Feb. 13. 1932 i 



IV 

VIII 

Uncl.(o) 



May 
Apr. 



5, 1932 I VIII 
19,1933 lUncl.(a) 



May 11,1933 



III 

Uncl.(6) 



June 16,1032 
tFeb. 27, 1930 
tJuly 22,1932 Uncl.(6) 

June 20,1933 

Nov. 16, 1928 



New Jersey Dec. 30, 

Massachusetts. ..'jJan. 22, 
Dec. 20, 



Dist. Columbia. - 



Indiana. 



North Dakota... 

Wyoming 

Virginia. 

New York 

Ohio 

Rhode Island... 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York 

Virginia 

New Jersey 



Vermont 

Massachusetts... 

California 

Texas 

Virginia 

Michigan 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Kentucky 

Kentucky 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Massachusetts... 

Maine 

New York 



tNov. 5,1931 

tJan. 29,1932 

May 15,1933 
Sept. 29, 1930 
Apr. 29,1931 
Dec. 16.1932 
Mar. 27, 1928 
June 13, 1930 
Nov. 24, 1931 
{Feb. 4, 1931 
Feb. 3, 1931 
May 4,1929 
Sept. 19, 1921 

Mar. 27, 1930 
Oct. 6. 1930 

Mar. 7,1928 
Sept. 29, 1930 
May 15,1933 
tFeb. 21,1921 
Apr. 4, 1930 
Feb. 17,1931 
Aug. 24,1928 
Apr. 11,1929 
Mar. 12,1931 
Mar. 6,1933 
Nov. 16, 1930 
May 31, 1933 



III 

VIII 

Uncl.(c) 



Uncl.(a) 



II 

VIII 

Uncl.(a) 



VI 



I 

V 
V 
V 
VI 
Unci. (6) 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



37 



CANADA — Continued 



Montreal, Quebec, e.g.— Contd. 



Niagara Falls, Ontario, c. 



Prince Rupert, British Colum- 
bia, c. 
Quebec, Quebec, e 



Regina, Saskatchewan, c 

St. John, New Brunswick, c 

St. Stephen, New Brunswick, c. 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, c 

Sydney, Nova Scotia, c — 

Toronto, Ontario, eg 



Vancouver, British Columbia, e.g. 



Victoria, British Columbia, e. 
Windsor, Ontario, c 



Name and rank 



Winnipeg, Manitoba, e.g.. 



Stephen E. C. Kendrick, vice consul Rhode Island 

John R. Barry, vice consul 
Robert J. Cavanaugh. vice consul. 

Edward Caflery, consul 

Elton Maynard Hoyt, vice consul 

Q. Carlton Woodward, consul Pennsylvania 



Kenora, Ontario, e.a... 
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, c. 



Annapolis Royal, N. S., c.a.J. 



John Randolph, consul 

Harvey Lee Milbourne. consul 

John S. Calvert, consul 

Charles M. Qerrity, vice consul 

Philip Adams, consul 

Conrad C. Spangler, vice consul 
George L. Brist, vice consul 
William U. Brown, vice consul 

Frank Bohr, consul 

•*Edwin J. Collis, vice consul 

Hugh H. Watson, consul 

Eugene 11. Johnson, vice consul. 
Emil Sauer, consul general 

Damon C. Woods, consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul 
Robert William Harding, vice consul 
George L. Tolman, vice consul 
Ely E. Palmer, consul general 
Harris N. Cookingham, consul 
Harvey T. Goodier. consul 
Christian M. Ravndal, consul 
Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul 
Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 
Walter M. Walsh, vice consul, 
George A. Bucklin, consul 
Robert M. Newcomb, vice consul. 
Marshall M. Vance, consul 
Hervfe J. L'Heureux, vice consul 
Edw.j N. Gunsaulus, Jr., vice consul 
Robert L. Hunter, vice consul 
P. Stewart Heintzleman, consul general 
John S. Richardson, Jr., consul 
Earl Brennan, vice consul, 
Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul 
James R. Riddle, vice consul 
Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 
Walter H. McKinney, consul. 
Maurice J. Chilton, vice consul 



CHILE 



Santiago, e William S. Culbertson,' ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

R. Henry Norweb, counselor of embassy Ohio May 26,1930 

Winthrop R. Scott, second secretary 1 Ohio Oct. 28,1932 

1 Edward J. Sparks, third secretary I New York JApr. 18,1930 

> Hal H. Sevier, of Texas, was appointed Ambassador to Chile on Aug. 19, 1933. 




II 

VI 

VIII 



38 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Class 


CHIIB-Continued 
Santiago, e — Continued 


Oeorge H. Butler, third secretary 


Illinois 


Apr. 26,1930 

May 1,1933 
Mar. 7,1931 
Oct. 27,1923 


VllI 




Maj. John A. Weeks, military attachfe 


War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 
Dept. Commerce. 

Nebraska 

Massachusetts... 

Virginia 

Texas 

Washington 

Maryland 

Delaware 

Arizona 






Comdr. Ernest Ludolph Ounther, naval attache.. 






Harold M. Randall, asst. commercial attache 

Edward A. Dow, consul general 

Franklin B. Atwood, consul 


Aug. 26,1930 

Apr. 1, 1933 III 
Sept. 8,1931 VIII 
Feb. 24.1931 - .. 








tAug. 18,1931 

Apr. 28,1931 Uncl.(a) 

Sept. 14,1932 

Dec 26 1930 IV 






Tocopilla, c a 


Felix Layat, consular agent .. 


Valparaiso c 


Frank Anderson Henry, consul 




Carlos C. lla'l, vice consul 


May 13,1932 Uncl.(a) 
Sept. 11,1928 






Ohio 


Coquimbo, e.a 

Cruz Grande, Coquimbo, c.a. 

CHDJA 




Chile 


tSept. 24,1926 




Wales 


May 2,1927 


Nelson T. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 


Oklahoma 

Connecticut 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Illinois 


Dec. 16,1929 

June 20, 1933 
Oct. 12,1928 
May 18,1933 
tJuly 21,1932 
{July 21,1932 
June 19,1933 
Jan. 7, 1931 
July 23,1932 
July 15,1932 
Mar. 11, 1932 
Apr. 5, 1932 
Oct. 12,1914 
Feb. 3, 1932 
July 28.1928 
Sept. 24, 1930 
Mar. 2,1931 
Mar. 2,1931 
May 9,1932 
May 9,1932 
May 9, 1932 
Aug. 8,1932 
Aug. 20,1932 
Dec. 12,1932 
June 19,1931 
Sept. 15, 1931 
Feb. 6, 1930 
July 25,1932 
Jan. 7, 1933 

Aug. 8,1931 
Sept. 26, 1931 






^ 






IV 




Laurence E. Salisbury, second secretary 


VI 




Paul W. Meyer, second secretary. 


Colorado 


VII 




Lewis Clark, third secretary 


Alabama 


VIII 






New York 

Ohio 


VIII 






Uncl.(6) 






Nebraska 

Oklahoma 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Maryland 

Minnesota 


Unci (6) 




Everett F. Drumright, language officer... 


Uncl.(c) 




Lt. Col. Walter S. Drysdale, military attache 

Comdr. Cleveland McCauley, naval attache 

Julean Arnold, commercial attache 

Maj. Samuel V. Constant, asst. military attache.. 

A. Bland Calder, asst. commercial attache 

1st Lt. Haydon L. Boatner, language officer 

1st Lt. John E. McCammon, language officer 

1st Lt. Thomas 8. Timberman, language officer... 
1st Lt William E. Crist, language officer 






1st Lt. Henry S. Jernigan, language officer 

1st Lt. Bernard A. Tormey, language officer 

Lt. (jg) William T. Kenny, language officer 












Capt. William A. Worton, language officer 

Capt Lyman Passmore, language officer . . . 






Capt Edward Q Hagen, language officer 






Capt James F Moriarty, language officer 






1st Lt William L Bales language officer 








VI 




Charles C. Sundell, vice consul 





FOREIGN SEEVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



39 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- Date o( as- 

pointed signment 



Class 



CHINA— Continued 



Canton, Kwangtimg, e.g. 



Chefoo, Shantung, c. 
Foochow, Fukien, c 
Hankow, Hupeh, e.g. 



Harbin, Kirin, Manchuria, e.g. 



Mukden, Liaoning, Manchuria, 
e.g. 



Nanking, Kiangsu, e.g. 



Shanghai, Kiangsu, c.( 



Swatow, Kwangtung, e. 
Tientsin, Hopeh, eg 



Tsinan, Shantung, c_ 



Joseph W. Ballantlne, consul general Massachusetts... June 

J. Hall Paxton, consul Virginia Mar. 

Horace H. Smith, vice consul i Ohio June 

Charles A. Cooper, vice consul Nebraska , Dec. 

Leroy Webber, consul New York Apr. 

Charles J. Brennan, vice consul Massachusetts... Sept. 

Gordon L. Burke, vice consul I Georgia Feb. 

Lincoln C. Reynolds, vice consul | California Feb. 

Walter A. Adams, consul general South Carolina.. June 

Edwin F. Stanton, consul California I July 

Edmund O. Clubb, vice consul Minnesota Mar. 

Henry A. W. Beck, vice consul Indiana Mar. 

James B. Pilcher, vice consul Alabama July 

Reginald P. Mitchell, vice consul Florida July 

Verne G. Staten, vice consul Illinois June 

George C. Hanson, consul general Connecticut JMar. 

Culver B. Chamberlain, consul Missouri Oct. 

Cabot Coville, consul \ California Jan. 

Ralph J. Blake, vice consul .■ Oregon Mar. 

T. Leonard Liliiestrom, vice consul New York tApr. 

Myrl S. Myers, consul general Pennsylvania tlan. 

Augustus S. Chase, consul | Connecticut Jan. 

Monroe B. Hall, vice consul j New York ; Jan. 

Andrew W. Edson, vice consul j Connecticut May 

James K. Penfield, vice consul j California Mar. 

Willys R. Peck, 1 consul general California Feb. 

Robert Lacy Smyth,' consul. California Sept. 

Claude .\. Buss, vice consul Pennsylvania Nov. 

Douglas Jenkins, Jr., vice consul | South Carolina... Mar. 

Harold E. Montamat, vice consul New Jersey Mar. 

Edwin S. Cunningham, consul general Tennessee Sept. 

Paul R. Josselyn, consul Iowa.. May 

Richard P. Butrick, consul : New York Apr. 

John J. Muccio, consul Rhode Island Feb. 

Carl D. Meinhardt, consul New York Apr. 

William Clarke Vyse, consul _ j Dist. Columbia.. Nov. 

George V. Allen, vice consul North Carolina.. Nov. 

Hedley V. Cooke, Jr., vice consul New Jersey Apr. 



Dist. Columbia..; 
Oregon 



Texas. 



Kenneth J. Yearns, vice consul... 

John B. Sawyer, vice consul 

William R. Lynch, vice consul 

Thomas B. Clark, vice consul 

Leonard N. Green, consul Minnesota 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

Frank P. Lockhart, consul general Texas 

George Atcheson, Jr., consul California 

Angus I. Ward, consul j Michigan 

Stuart Allen, vice consul Minnesota 

Gerald Warner, vice consul I Massachusetts... 

John Hubner, 2d, vice consul Maryland 

Troy L. Perkins, vice consul I Kentucky... 

Harry E. Stevens, consul..... j California 

Raymond P. Ludden, vice consul. ! Massachusetts... 



May 
Apr. 

tFeb. 

tOct. 



Oct. 

June 
tMay 
tDec. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

May 

May 

Apr. 

Dec. 



10. 1930 
6, 1932 

18. 1931 
22, 1932 
10, 1926 
26, 1931 

6. 1931 
20, 1933 
16, 1931 

5. 1932 

12. 1931 

6. 1932 

2. 1929 

26. 1932 
25, 1928 
23, 1931 

28. 1931 

25. 1932 

6. 1933 
11,1928 

9. 1930 
23, 1932 
23, 1932 
26, 1932 

6, 1933 

6. 1931 

19. 1932 
16, 1931 

6, 1933 

30. 1933 
8, 1919 

7. 1930 
30, 1932 

7. 1931 

1. 1932 
20, 1931 

8, 1930 
21, 1933 
31, 1933 
12, 1921 
26, 1926 
28. 1926 

6, 1931 

8. 1931 
15, 1931 

17. 1928 

19. 1929 
12, 1929 

10. 1931 

26. 1932 

31. 1933 

1. 1932 
22, 1932 



III 

VII 

Uncl.(a) 

'Uncl.(c) 

VI 

,Uncl.(a) 

I iii 

VI 
!Uncl.(o) 
Unci. (a) 
Uncl.(6) 
Uncl.(c) 

IV 
VII 
VIII 

UncHc) 

IV 

VIII 

Unci. (6) 

jUncl.(6) 

Uncl.(c) 

1 

VI 

Uncl.(a) 

Uncl.(c) 

Uncl.(e) 

I 

IV 

V 

VII 

VII 

VIII 

Uncl.(c) 

Uncl.(c) 

Uncl.(c) 



VII 

II 
VII 

VIII 
Unci. (6) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.Cc) 
Uncl.(c) 
VII 
Uncl.(c) 



Designated also counselor of legation. 



Designated also second secretary of legation. 



40 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



CHINA— Continued 

Tsingtao, Kiaochow, c 

Yiinnanfu, Yunnan, c 

COLOMBIA 
/ 



Barranquilla, c. 



Buenaventura, c. 
Cartagena, c 



COSTA RICA 



Port Limon, e. 



Name and rank 



David C. Berger, consul 

Carl O. Hawthorne, vice consul 

Charles S. Reed, 2d, vice consul 

John Davies, Jr., vice consul _ 

Jefferson Caflery,' envoy extraordinary and minis 
ter plenipotentiary. 

Allan Dawson, second secretary 

Carlos J. Warner, third secretary (vice consul)... 
Alvin T. Rowe, Jr., third secretary (vice consul). 
Walter J. Donnelly, commercial attach^ 

Carlos J. Warner, vice consul (third secretary)... 
Alvin T. Rowe, Jr., vice consul (third secretary).. 

Erik W. Magnuson, consul 

Herbert W. Carlson, vice consul 

John Brandt, vice consul 

Gerald Q. Jones, vice consul 

Raymond Phelan, vice consul 

Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul 

Stephen C. Worster, vice consul 



Charles C. Eberhardt,^ envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Edward G. Trueblood, third secretary 

MaJ. Arthur R. Harris, military attache 



David J. D. Myers, consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite, vice consul. 
Leslie W. Johnson, vice consul 



Sumner Welles, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Edward L. Reed, first secretary 

Fayette J. Flexer, third secretary 

George D. Andrews, Jr., third secretary- 

Lt. Col. Thomas N. Gimperling, military attache. 
Albert F. Nufer, commercial attache 



Frederick T. F. Dumont, consul general. 

Harold S. Tewell, consul 

Lee R. Blohm, consul. 

George H. Winters, vice consul 

Dorsey G. Fisher, vice consul 

Donald D. Edgar, vice consul. 

William B. Murray, vice consul. 

John H. Marvin, vice consul 

Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Virginia.. 
Missouri. 

Ohio 

Ohio 



Date of as 
signment 



Louisiana. 



Iowa 

Ohio 

Virginia. 

Dept. Commerce. 



Ohio 

Virginia. 

Illinois 

Massachusetts... 
North Carolina.. 
South Dakota.... 

California. 

South Dakota.... 
Maine 



Sept. 5,1931 
{Apr. 28,1930 
Apr. 2, 1932 
Mar. 30, 1933 

June 27,1928 

June 18,1931 

June 13,1931 

July 8, 1931 

Dec. 8, 1928 



Illinois.—, 
War Dept. 



Georgia 

Pennsylvania. 



Maryland. 



Pennsylvania ... 

Illinois 

Tennessee 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce- 
Pennsylvania 

Noith Dakota — 
Arizona 



Maryland... 
New Jersey. 

Iowa 

Florida 

New York . . 



July 
July 
Mar. 
July 
Nov. 
{Apr. 
May 
June 
Nov. 



16, 1931 
16, 1931 
13, 1931 
25, 1929 

13. 1931 

27. 1932 

20. 1933 
15, 1932 
21. 1931 



Jan. 9, 1930 

Apr. 29,1931 
July 11,1931 

Feb. 17,1931 
Dec. 22,1932 
June 14,1933 



Apr. 24,1933 

June 28,1929 
Jan. 15,1930 
Pan. 8, 1931 
Feb. 15,1933 
June 23,1932 

Oct. 26,1929 
Jan. 13,1933 
Mar. 21, 1932 
Oct. 14,1932 
Dec. 9, 1932 
6, 1933 
17, 1924 
28, 1927 
28, 1927 



Jan. 
{Oct. 
{Feb. 
tFeb 



• Appointed Assistant Secretary of State on July 11, 1933; Sheldon Wliitehouse, of New York, was appointed Minister to 
Colombia on July 15, 1933. 

2 Leo R. Sack, of Pennsylvania, was appointed Minister to Costa Rica on Aug. 17, 1933. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



41 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



CUBA— Continued 

Antilla, c 

Cienfuegos, c -. 



Horace J. Dickinson, consul... 
Myles Standish, vice consul... 

Knox Alexander, consul 

Edward S. Benet, vice consul. 



Arkansas 

New York 

Missouri 

Massachusetts . 



Feb. 7, 1922 

tAug. 25,1931 

June 10.1931 

tApr. 4, 1932 



Caibarien, c.a 

Sagua la Grande, c.a. 

Matanzas, c 

Nuevitas, c 



Santiago, c 

Manzanillo, c.a 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Prague (Praha), t 



D. Jova, consular agent. 

Hartwell Johnson, vice consul 

Gerald A. Mokma, vice consul.. 

Lester Sockwell, vice consul 

Edwin Schoenrich, consul 

Harry W. Story, vice consul 

Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent. 



Francis White, envoy extraordinary and minister 

plenipotentiary. 

J. Webb Benton, second secretary 

Lt. Col. Albert Oilmor, military attache 

Don C. Bliss, commercial attache 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, asst. military attache 

for air. 
Sam E. Woods, asst. commercial attache 



DANZIG. FEEE CITY OF 

Danzig, c 

DENMABK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn), /.. 



Frank C. Lee, consul general 

Sheridan Talbott, consul 

Walter N. Walmsley, Jr., vice consul. 

Duncan M. White, vice consul 

Andrew Gilchrist, vice consul 



Charles H. Heisler, consul 

Ellis A. Johnson, vice consuL 



Ruth Bryan Owen, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

North Winship, counselor of legation.. 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, military attache 

Capt. Chester H. J. Keppler, naval attache 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. naval attache 



Edward M. Groth, consul 

Laurence W. Taylor, vice consul. 

Erland OJessing, vice consul 

J. Stanford Edwards, vice consul. 



DOMINICAN REPUBUC 
Santo Domingo, t 



H. F. Arthur Schoenfeld, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

James E. Brown, Jr., third secretary 

James W. Qantenbein, Foreign Service officer 



La Romana, c.a. 
Sanchez, c.a 



Walter S. Reineck, consul 

Albion W.Johnson, vice consul 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul.... 
Eugene J. Lieder, consular agent... 
J. Enrique Leroux, consular agent. 



South Carolina.. 

Iowa. 

Texas 

Maryland 

North Carolina. 
Cuba 



Maryland. 



Pennsylvania 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 
War Dept 



Dept. Commerce. 



Colorado... 
Kentucky- 
Maryland.. 

Georgia 

New York. 



Delaware 

Massachusetts... 



Florida. 



Georgia 

War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 

New York.. 
California... 
New York.. 
New York.. 



Dist. Columbia.. 



Pennsylvania 

Oregon 



Ohio 

Texas 

Connecticut 

New York 

Dom. Republic. 



tOct. 6, 1922 
June 18,1932 
June 11,1932 

tApr. 14,1931 
Jan. 16,1931 
Feb.. 13,1925 

tApr. 20,1922 



June 13,1933 

Sept. 1,1932 
Oct. 18,1932 
Feb. 4, 1932 
Mar. 20, 1931 

Feb. 17,1933 

Oct. 15,1931 
Mar. 21, 1933 
Mar. 22, 1933 
July 14,1928 
Sept. 18, 1929 



Feb. 2, 1932 
Jan. 26.1932 



Apr, 13,1933 

JApr. 8, 1931 

Feb. 14.1933 

May 24,1933 
Sept. 1, 1932 

July 2, 1929 

June 13,1933 

May 27, 1918 

Nov. 6,1929 



Aug. 1, 1931 

Oct. 29,1931 

May 17,1933 

June 23,1931 

Oct. 15,1929 

{July 27,1932 

Nov. 14, 1922 

Aug. 29,1908 



III 

VII 

Unci (6) 



V 

Uncl.(c) 



Uncl.(6) 
UncL(6) 



42 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Quito, /. 



Guayaquil, e.g. 



Alexandria, c.i 



EI SAIVADOR 



San Salvador, I. 



William Dawson, envoy extraordinary and min 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Selden Chapin, third secretary 

Merwin L. Bohan, commercial attache 

Harold B. Quarton, consul general 

Taylor W. Gannett, vice consul 

Philip K. Tattersall, vice consul 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 



William M. Jardine, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Cornelius Van H. Engert, first secretary 

J. Rives Childs, second secretary 

Charles E. Dickerson, Jr., commercial attache 

Gordon P. Merriam, consul. 

Robert Y. Brown, vice consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, vice consul and language officer. 

II. Earle Russell, consul 

W. Leonard Parker, vice consul 

Wade Blackard, vice consul 

Horace Remillard, consul 

Frederick S. Bamy, vice consul. 



Charles B. Curtis, envoy extraordinary and min 
ister plenipotentiary. 

William J. McCafferty, second secretary 

George M. Graves, third secretary 

Ma]. Arthur R. Harris, military attache 

W. Quincy Stanton, vice consul , 

Morgan Atherton, vice consul 



...envoy extraordinary i 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Felix Cole,' counselor of legation 

Harry E. Carlson, first secretary (consul) 

Ma]. William E. Shipp,' military attache 



Harry E. Carlson, consul (first secretary) . 
Bertel E. Kuniholm, vice consul. 



Minnesota May 9,1930 

Pennsylvania \ Nov. 3,1932 

Dept. Commerce. Sept. 15,1931 

Iowa tApr. 5,1933 

Nebraska [ Dec. 9,1932 

New York JFeb. 12,1930 

Wisconsin tDec. 13,1932 



California 

Virginia 

Dept. Commerce. 

Massachusetts... 

Alabama 

Michigan 

Michigan 

New York 



Massachusetts... 
New York 



California.. 
Vermont... 
War Dept . 

New York. 
California.. 



Dist. Columbia. 

Hlinois 

War Dept 



July 21,1930 

June 29,1933 
Oct. 1, 1930 
Mar. 19, 1928 



I 



IV 
Uncl.(c) 



July 28,1931 VIII 
May 24.1932 iUncl.(6) 



July 22,1930 
Nov. 19, 1929 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Feb. 20,1932 
Sept. 30, 1930 
Aug. 27,1931 



Dec. 6. 1931 

tApr. 6, 1933 

July 11,1931 

Dec. 4, 1931 

tJuly 9,1930 



Nov. 11, 1930 
tNov. 19, 1929 
Mar. 15, 1932 



Illinois... July 3,1926 V 

Massachusetts..-! June 21,1933 iUncL(6) 



Uncl.(c) 

IV 

Uncl.(c) 



VI 
Uncl.(6) 



Uncl.(a) 



> Accredited also to Latvia and Lithuania. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



43 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
sign tuent 



ETHIOPIA (ABYSSmiA) 
Addis Ababa, / 



Djibouti, French Somali 
Coast, c.a. 



HNLAND 
Helsingfors (Helsinki), L 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS 



(France) 



Paris, e. 



Addison E. Southard,' minister resident (consul 

general). 
James L. Park, third secretary (vice consul) 



Addison E. Southard, consul general (minister 
resident). 

James L. Park, vice consul (third secretary) 

William S. Farrell, vice consul 

Vahram H. Condayan, consular agent 



Kentucky Oct. 12,1927 

Pennsylvania June 15,1928 

Kentucky ; Oct. 12,1927 

Pennsylvania June 16,1928 

New York , Feb. 24,1931 

Apr. 1, 1929 



Edward E. Brodie, 2 envoy extraordinary and min- j Oregon ' Jan. 31,1930 

ister plenipotentiary. 

Hugh S. Fullerton, second secretary (consul) ; Ohio. June 21,1933 

Samuel S. Dickson, second secretary | New Mexico Aug. 14,1930 

Frederick P. Latimer, Jr., third secretary (vice I Connecticut June 21,1933 

consul). 

Maj. William E. Shipp, military attache War Dept Mar. 15. 1932 



Hugh S. Fullerton, consul (second secretary) ' Oliio 

John L. Bouchal, consul Nebraska... 

Frederick P. Latimer, Jr., vice consul (third secre- Connecticut 

tary) . 
Thomas Edmund Burke, vice consul Connecticut July 



June 21,1933 
Sept. 30, 1930 
June 21,1933 



Jesse Isidor Straus, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

J. Theodore Marriner, counselor of embassy 

Williamson S. Howell, Jr., first secretary 

Robert M. Scotten, first secretary 

H. Merle Cochran, first secretary 

S. Pinkney Tuck, first secretary 

Harold L. Williamson, second secretary „ 

John n. MacVeagh, second secretary 

Alan S. Rogers, third secretary.. 

Capt. David McDougal Le Breton, naval attache. 

James F. ONeill, treasury attache I 

Niels I. Nielsen, agricultural attache 

Col. Frank P. Lahm, asst. military attache for air. 

MaJ. James A. Lester, asst. military attache 

Capt. Richard L. Smith, asst. military attache 

Capt. Herbert Seymour Howard, asst. naval 

attache. 

Comdr. Calvin H. Cobb, asst. naval attache 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. naval attache 

Lt. Comdr. Ben H. Wyatt, asst. naval attache 

Daniel J. Reagan, asst. commercial attache 



New York Mar. 17. 1933 



Maine Apr. 



Feb. 
Sept. 
tNov. 
Feb. 
June 
Aug. 



Texas 

Michigan. 

Arizona 

New York, 
Illinois.... 
New York 

California .! Apr. 

Navy Dept Mar. 

Treasury Dept... Nov. 
Dept. Agriculture, May 

War Dept Oct. 

War Dept Feb. 

War Dept Feb. 

Navy Dept May 



Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Leo J. Keena, consul general Michigan.... 

Robert D. Murphy, consul j Wisconsin 

Charles H. Derry, consul... [ Georgia 

William E. De Courcy, consul | Texas 

James E. Parks, consul North Carolina... 

John B. Faust, vice consul i South Carolina 



1, 1931 
2,1929 

27. 1930 

23. 1932 

25. 1933 
1,1928 
9,1929 
8. 1931 

24. 1931 
8. 1929 

27, 1933 

7. 1931 

2. 1932 

27. 1931 

31. 1932 



July 15,1930 
Sept. 1,1932 
May 25,1933 
Apr. 27,1927 

Oct. 2fi,1929 
Mar. 26, 1930 
June 2, 1928 
Apr. 21.1928 
Sept. 26, 1930 
Dec. 30,1931 



I 

IV 

VI 

VII 

VIII 

Unci. (a) 



1 Foreign Service oflBcer, receiving compensation as such, appointed to act as minister resident and consul general pursuant 
to sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24. 1924. 

2 Edward Albright, of Tennessee, was appointed Minister to Finland on July 21, 1933. 



44 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS— 

Continued 



(France)— Continued 
Paris, c.y— Continued 



Bordeaux, c 

Biarritz, v.c 

Pau, c.a 

Calais, c 

Cherbourg, c 

Havre, c 

Dieppe, c.a. 
Lille, c 

Lyon, c 

Marseille, c 



Nice, c. 

Strasbourg, c .- 

(Possessions) 

Algiers, Algeria, e.g.. , 

Oran, Algeria, c.a... 

Djibouti, FrenchSomaliCoast.c. a. 
(agency under Addis 
Ababa, Ethiopia). 



Name and rank 



Charles E. Bohlen, vice consul 



Maurice Pasquet, vice consul. .. 

Marc L. Severe, vice consul 

John R. Wood, vice consul. 

Paul C. Betts, vice consul 

W. Winthrop Burr, vice consul. 
Davis B. Levis, vice consul 



Victor M. Lenzer, district accounting and disburs- 
ing officer (vice consul). 

George C. Minor, asst. district accounting and dis- 
bursing officer (vice consul). 

David Henry Slawson, vice consul 

Clifford W. McQlasson, vice consul 

Worthington E. Hagerman, vice consul 

John G. Erhardt, consul 

Archibald E. Gray, vice consul 

Frank Cussans, vice consul 

Roy McWilliams, vice consul 

Sam Park, vice consul. 

Robert Dickey, Jr., consular agent.. 

James G. Carter, consul 

Horatio Mooers, consul 

Fred II. Ilouck, vice consul 

Edwin Carl Kemp, consul 

Samuel H. Wiley, consul 

Ernest deW. Mayer, vice consul 

Charles B. Perkins, vice consul 

Frederick C. Fairbanks, consular agent 

Gaston Smith, consul 

George P. Wilson, vice consul 

Charles J. Pisar, consul 

William W. Adams, vice consul 

John A. Oamon, consul general 

James P. Moffltt, consul 

Charles Roy Nasmith, consul 

Tyler Thompson, vice consul. 

Charles B. Beylard, vice consul 

Harry M. Donaldson, vice consul 

Harry F. Hawley, consul 

Jack E. Cocke, vice consul... 

Robert T. Cowan, vice consul 

Robertson Honey, consul 

Prescott Childs, consul. 

O. Qaylord Marsh, consul 

James D. Child, vice consul 



Ernest L. Ives, consul general. 

Joseph I. Touchette, vice consul 

Albert H. Elford, consular agent 

Vahram H. Condayan, consular agent. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Massachusetts... 



New York 

Iowa 

Florida 

Pennsylvania. 

New York 

Illinois 



' isconsm. 



West Virginia 



Michigan 

Dist. Columbia. 

Maryland 

New York 

Pennsylvania... 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Texas 

Ohio 

Georgia 

Maine 

Dist. Columbia. 

Florida 

North Carolina- 
New York 

Rhode Island 



Louisiana 

Pennsylvania... 

Wisconsin 

Dist. Columbia. 

Illinois 

New York 

New York 

New York 



Pennsylvania. 
New York 



Texas 

New York 

Massachusetts. 
Washington — 
Oregon 



Virginia 

Massachusetts... 
Algeria.. 



July 31,1931 

tian. 23,1931 
Upr. 15.1919 
tMar. 27, 1922 
tMar. 2,1925 
Jan. 8, 1930 
Sept. 24, 1931 

Mar. 17, 1932 

|Aug. 24,1932 



tJan. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Apr. 
tApr. 
tApr. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

June 

May 

June 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. 

June 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 
{June 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

May 

Jan. 

Jan. 



2,1925 

20. 1932 
9, 1932 

1. 1930 
11. 1931 

23. 1926 
17. 1920 
15, 1920 
30, 1931 

28. 1927 

2. 1931 
10, 1926 

4,1929 

28. 1933 

7. 1932 
6. 1932 

11, 1916 
11,1933 
19, 1931 
26, 1933 
22, 1930 
24.1928 

30. 1930 

29. 1931 
13, 1933 

6, 1930 

17. 1932 
15, 1932 

7. 1932 

3. 1933 
4, 1929 

22, 1931 
9, 1932 
24, 1929 



Apr. 5, 1933 

Sept. 3,1929 

Nov. 7,1906 

Apr. 1, 1929 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



45 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



FEANCE AND POSSESSIONS— 
Continued 



(Possessions)— Continued 



Martinique, French West Indies, c. William P. Robertson, vice consul... 

••Rudolph A. Schausten, vice consul. 
Saigon, French Indochina, c Quincy F. Roberts, consul 

William E. Scotten, vice consul 

Edward B. Rand, vice consul 

••Scudder Mersman, vice consul 

Howard F. Withey, consul 

Jay Walker, vice consul 



Tahiti, Society Islands, Oceania, c. 
Tunis, Tunisia, c 



GERMANY 



Breslau, c 

Cologne (Koln), c. 



California 

Texas 

California 

Louisiana 

Missouri 

Michigan 

Dist. Columbia.. 



William E. Dodd, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary 

George A. Gordon, counselor of embassy 

Joseph Flack, first secretary 

William W. Schott, second secretary 

Sidney E. O'Donoghue, second secretary 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, military attache 

Capt. Chester H. J. Keppler, naval attache 

Loyd V. Steers, agricultural attachS 

Capt. Hugh W. Rowan, asst. military attache 

Capt. Herbert Seymour Howard, asst. naval 

attache. 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. naval attache 

Lt. Comdr. Ben H. Wyatt, asst. naval attache 

Douglas P. Miller, asst. commercial attache 



New York 

Pennsylvania- 



June 28,1930 
Sept. 9,1926 
Nov. 7,1932 
Nov. 8,1930 
Sept. 29, 1932 
Feb. 10,1922 
Apr. 19,1933 
Oct. 3, 1931 

June 13,1933 

Mar. 26, 1930 
May 11,1933 
Oct. 18,1930 
Dec. 10,1929 
Apr. 8. 1932 
May 24, 1933 
Dec. 16.1930 



New Jersey 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

Dept.Agriculture. 

WarDept July 19,1930 

Navy Dept June 4,1932 

Navy Dept Sept. 1,1932 

Navy Dept May 25, 1933 

Dept. Commerce. Jan. 21,1925 



George S. Messersmlth, consul general Delaware.. 

Raymond H. Geist, consul Ohio. 

William E. Beitz, consul [ New York. 

John H. Morgan, consul 

Archer Woodford, vice consul 

Cecil Wayne Gray, vice consul 

Hugh C. Fox, vice consul 

Henry P. Leverich, vice consul.. 

Cyrus B. Follmer, vice consul 

Caslmir T. Zawadzkl, vice consul 

Walter A. Leonard, consul 

Gilbert R. Willson, consul 

Francis A. Lane, vice consul 

Lon S. Qresham, vice consul 

William W. Heard, consul 

Stephen B. Vaughan, vice consul 

John Farr Simmons, consul general 

Bartley F. Yost, consul 

James H. Wright, vice consul 

Edward S. Parker, vice consul 

Arminius T. Haeberle, consul general 

John F. Huddleston, consul 

Bernard F. Heller, vice consul 



Massachusetts.. 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania... 

New York 

Illinois. 

Texas. 

Missouri 

Georgia 

Maryland 

New York 

New York 

Kansas 

Missouri 

South Carolina- 
Missouri 

Ohio 

Massachusetts. . 



May 
Nov. 

tDec. 
July 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
June 
Apr. 
Sept. 
July 
July 

tNov. 

tNov. 
Mar. 
Jan. 

tJuly 
May 
July 
June 
July 
May 
Sept. 



6. 1930 
19, 1929 

19. 1929 

31. 1931 

26. 1930 
19, 1930 

7. 1932 
13, 1933 

7,1928 

29. 1928 
1,1929 

21. 1932 
19,1929 

30. 1929 

6. 1933 

9. 1931 

5. 1932 
3, 1932 
9. 1930 

30, 1926 
1, 1925 

31. 1933 



46 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Class 


GERMANY-Contlnued 

Frankfort-on-the-Main (Frank- 


Will L Lowrie, consul general 


Illinois 


Nov. 19, 1930 
June 26,1928 
Feb. 6, 1931 

JMay 23,1929 
Jan. 16,1931 
Feb. 16,1931 
Oct. 20,1931 
Sept. 9,1930 
June 20,1931 

tMar. 14, 1925 
Mar. 7,1928 
Apr. 10,1930 

tJan. 2,1932 
June 13,1933 
July 27,1927 
July 27,1931 


II 


furt-am-Main) c g 


Robert W Heingartner consul 


Ohio 


V 






New York 

Ohio 


VI 






II 








VI 






Pennsylvania 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

New York 

Alabama 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania..... 

Connecticut 

Ohio.. 


VI 






vn 






VIII 






Uncl.(c) 




Malcolm C. Burke, vice consul 

Sabln J. Dalferes, vice consul 




Leipzig c 


Ralph C. Busser, consul. 


IV 






Uncl.{c) 






Uncl.(c) 




Charles M. Hathaway, Jr., consul general 

Robert D. Longyear, consul 


Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 
Dist. Columbia.. 

Colorado 

New York 

Maine 


1 




V 




Hugh F. Ramsay, vice consul 


Nov. 27, 1931 ,Uncl.fa> 






Jan. 7, 1924 
Dec. 19,1929 
Mar. 20, 1930 
Dec. 10,1931 
tJune 23,1928 
tJune 11,1931 

Mar. 23, 1933 

tSept. 26, 1927 
Oct. 1, 1926 
Dec. 23,1930 
Oct. 1, 1930 
Oct. 19,1929 
May 4,1931 
July 20,1931 
Dec. 16,1930 
Sept. 28, 1931 
Feb. 14,1933 

June 4,1932 

Sept. 1.1932 
May 25,1933 
Jan. 31,1933 

Oct. 8, 1932 
July 1, 1929 
Sept. 12, 1929 
Sept. 10, 1930 
Oct. 17,1932 




Stuttgart, c 


Leon Dominian, consul general 


III 




Paul J. Gray, vice con.sul 


Unci (c) 






Connecticut. 

Michigan 

Illinois 


Uncl.(e) 














GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTH- 
ERN IRELAND, BRITISH 
DOMINIONS BEYOND THE 
SEAS, INDIA 

(Great Britain— Northern Ireland) 


Robert Worth Bingham, ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 


Kentucky 

Illinois 






1 






New York 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 


IV 




Wainwright Abbott, first secretary 


IV 




Walter T. Prendergast, second secretary 


VI 




David McK Key, second secretary 


Tennessee 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept.Agriculture. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 

Pennsylvania 

New Jersey 

Virginia 


VII 




Lt. Col. Cortlandt Parker, military attache 












MaJ. William T. Pigott, Jr., asst. military attache. 
Capt. John W. Monahan, asst. military attache 

for air. 
Capt. Herbert Seymour Howard, asst. naval 

attache. 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst naval attache 

Lt. Comdr. Ben H. Wyatt, asst. naval attache 

Charles E. Lyon, asst. commercial attache 


I 






IV 






V 






Virginia 


V 




Franklin C. Qowen, consul 


Pennsylvania 


VII 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



47 



GREAT BRTTAIH. BTC.-Con. 



(Great Britain— N o r t h e r n Ire- 
land)— Continued 



London, c.ff.— Continued.. 



Belfast, Northern Ireland, c. 



Birmingham, England, c 

Bradford, England, c 

Bristol, England, c 

Cardiff, Wales, c 

Dundee, Scotland, c 

Edinburgh, Scotland, c 

Glasgow, Scotland, c 

Hull, England, c 

Liverpool, England, e , 

Manchester, England, c 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

Plymouth, England, c. 

SheflSeld, England, c 

Southampton, England, c 



(Other Europe) 

Gibraltar, c 

Malta, c 

(India) 
Calcutta, e.g 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



John 11. Lord, consul Massachusetts. 

Guy W. Ray, vice consul Alabama 

John F. Clafley, vice consul 

James E. Callahan, vice consul 

Daniel Miller, vice consul. 

John n. Fuqua, vice consul 

Lucien Memminger, consul general 



Connecticut 

Massachusetts.. 

Maryland 

New York 

South Carolina. 



Albert W. Scott, vice consul 1 Missouri. 

Robert Janz, vice consul 

George A. Makinson, consul.. 

William N. Carroll, vice consul 

Clement S. Edwards, consul 

George L Fleming, vice consul 

Roy W. Baker, consul 

John J. Coyle, vice consul 

Stillman W. Eells, consul 

Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul 

Maurice P. Dunlap, consul 

Julian K. Smedberg, vice consul 

Austin C. Brady, consul 

Edwin B. Earnest, vice consul 

Samuel W. Honaker, consul general 

Marcel E. Mallge, consul 

J. Forrest Ingle, vice consul 

William R. Morton, vice consul 

Andrew J. McConnico, consul 

Walter A. Thomas, vice consul 

Philip Holland, consul general 

Phil H. Hubbard, vice consul... 

Hugh Watson, vic« consul.. 

Alfred R. Thomson, consul 

Wallace E. Moessner, vice consul 

Paul C. Squire, consul 

Merlin E. Smith, vice consul. 

Arthur B. Cooke, consul 

L. Pittraan Springs, vice consul 

Henry S. Waterman, consul... 

Henry O. Ramsey, vice consul 

Howard K. Travers, consul 

Edward S. Maney, vice consul 

Elvin Seibert, vice consul 

C. Burke Elbrit-k, vice consul 

F. Willard Calder, vice consul 



Richard L. Sprague, consul 

William F. Cavenaugh, vice consul 

Mason Turner, consul 

Coke S. Rice, vice consul 



Arthur C. Frost, consul general... 

Gerald Keith, vice consul 

J. Wesley Jones, vice consul 

F. Russell Engdahl, vice consul... 
Donald H. Robinson, vice consul. 
Fred W. Jandrey, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



yuly 

Oct. 

Jan. 
tJuly 
tApr. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Apr. 



Oklahoma 

California 

North Carolina. 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Dlst. Columbia. 

Minnesota 

New York Mar. 

New Mexico ! Oct. 

Iowa Apr. 

Texss I Dec. 

Idaho Sept. 

Indiana {May 

New York Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 
I Sept. 

Vermont 1 June 

New York May 

Dec. 
tSept. 

Oct. 

June 



24, 1930 

10. 1930 
27, 1921 

7, 1925 
20, 1923 
.% 1931 

27. 1931 
29, 1931 

4, 1931 
17, 1930 



16, 1930 
6, 1923 



Dist. Columbia. 



Maryland 

Oklahoma 

Massachusetts. 

Ohio 

South Carolina... Apr. 
Dist. Columbia..! Nov. 

Washington | Mar. 

South Dakota [ Juno 

New York.. Apr. 

Texas 

New York. 
Kentucky. 
New York. 



Massachusetts. 

California 

Connecticut 

Texas 



Massachusetts- 
Illinois 

Iowa 

Washington 

New Jersey 



Aug. 
June 

Jan. 8, 1931 

Nov. 25, 1932 

Sept. 4,1931 

July 25. 1928 

Oct. 7, 1932 

6. 1931 

3, 1930 

9. 1930 

22. 1931 

29. 1928 

14. 1929 
6, 1933 

11, 1929 
31. 1928 
20, 1927 

29. 1931 
18, 1923 
23, 1929 

3, 1924 

19. 1932 
30, 1931 
29, 1926 

24. 1931 
6, 1933 
6, 1929 
7, 1933 

12, 1931 

14. 1932 
10, 1932 

7, 1921 



VIII 
Uncl.(c) 



IV 
Uncl.(a) 
Uncl.(c) 

III 



V 
VIII 



III 
VII 



II 

Uncl.(a) 



Oct. 
June 
Aug. 
Nov. 



Unci. (a) 
Uncl.(6) 
Uncl.(c) 



tJuly 18,1901 V 
Dec. 7,1932 Uncl.(c) 
Aug. 18,1831 I VII 
Mar. 20.1931 



July 31,1931 II 

Sept. 4,1931 Unci (a) 

Dec. 10, 1931 Uncl.(r) 

Apr. 7,1932 Uncl.(<;) 

July 26.1932 Uncl.(f) 



Wisconsin ' Dec. 22,1932 Uncl.(c) 



48 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Dafe of as- 
signment 



GREAT BRITAIN. ETC.-Con. 

(India)— Continued 

Bombay, c 

Karachi, c 

Madras, c 

Rangoon, c 

(Other Asia) 

Aden, Arabia, c 

Colombo, Ceylon, c 

Hong Kong, eg 



Penang, Straits Settlements, c... 
Singapore, Straits Settlements, c.( 



(Africa) 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa, c. 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa, c. 

(Australia) 

Adelaide, South Australia, c 

Brisbane, Queensland, c 

Melbourne, Victoria, c 

Sydney, New South Wales, e.g. 



Dayle C. McDonough, consul 

Paul C. Hutton, Jr., vice consul 

Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr., vice consul. 

Norris Redilcer, vice consul. 

j Joseph O. Oroeninger, consul 

Lloyd E. Rlggs, vice consul 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr , consul 

Leland C. Altaflfer, vice consul 

Winfield H. Scott, consul... 

Reginald S. Kazanjian, vice consul... 



Ray Fox, consul 

Fred K. Salter, vice consul 

Robert L. Buell, consul.. 

Brockholst Livingston, Vice consul. 

Douglas Jenkins, consul general 

Dale W. Maher, consul 

Donald C. Dunham, vice consul... 

Henry B. Day, vice consul 

Merritt N. Cootes, vice consul 

Carlton Hurst, consul 

Linton Crook, vice consul 

Wilbur Keblinger, consul general. . 

Roy E. B. Bower, consul 

Edward Anderson, Jr., vice consuL. 

Harrison A. Lewis, vice consul 

Waiiam C. Afield, Jr., vice consul.. 
R. Allen Haden, vice consul 



j William L. Peck, consul....... 

I Augustus Ostertag, vice consul. 

' Leo J. Callanan, consul 

Oscar Thomason, vice consul... 



Henry M. Wolcott, consul 

Forrest K. Qeerken, vice consul 

-Austin R. Preston, consul 

Mulford A. Colebrook, vice consul. 

John W. Dye, consul 

Bernard C. Connelly, vice consul.. 

Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul 

John K. Caldwell, consul general... 

Albert M. Doyle, consul 

Foster H. Kreis, vice consul 

Frank E. McFadden, vice consul.. 



(New Zealand) 
Wellington, eg 

Christchurch, c.a 

Dunedin, c.a 

Auckland, c 



Calvin M. Hitch, consul general 

Walter W. Hoffmann, vice consul 

Walter W. Orebaugh, vice consul 

H. P. Bridge, consular agent 

IJarman Reeves, consular agent 

Walter F. Boyle, consul 

••Leonard A. Bachelder, vice consul. 



Missouri 


Jan. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
tOct 
Dec. 
June 
Sept 
Apr. 

Mar. 
Nov. 
June 
Mar. 
June 
Apr. 
July 
Nov. 
June 
Mar. 
June 
Mar. 
JAug. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Sept 

July 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Jan. 

Apr. 
tMar. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

July 

Mar. 
JSept. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

May 

Oct. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
JFeb. 


29, 1931 


North Carolina.. 
Virginia 


29, 1931 
7, 1932 


Minnesota 

Maryland 

Illinois 


22, 1^32 
23, 1931 
2, 1929 


Michigan 


29, 1931 
26, 1932 


Dlst. Columbia.. 
Rhode Island.... 

California 


3. 1931 

7. 1932 

6. 1933 
10, 1932 


New York 

New York 

South Carolina... 


19, 1933 
6, 1933 
2, 1930 

21, 1933 


Ohio 


26. 1932 


Connecticut 


17. 1932 

13. 1933 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Alabama 


6, 1933 
20, 1931 


Virginia 


3, 1932 


California 

Florida 


15, 1930 
26, 1930 


California 

Minnesota 

Tennessee 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 
New Jersey 

New York 

Minnesota 

New York 

New York 

Minnesota 

Illinois 


24. 1931 
7. 1932 
2, 1932 

14. 1932 

25. 1933 

9. 1932 
7, 1920 

16. 1930 
26.1931 

23. 1930 
22. 1932 

13. 1931 

6. 1933 


Massachusetts... 

Kentucky 

Michigan 

Minnesota 


24. 1929 
19. 1932 

23. 1930 
15, 1930 
22, 1930 




9, 1930 


California 


22. 1932 

27. 1933 


New Zealand 

New Zealand 

Georgia 


31, 1928 
6. 1920 
19, 1925 


Massachusetts... 


6, 1916 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



49 



GREAT BRITAIN. ETC.— Con 
(Newfoundland) 



(Other America) 

Barbados, British West Indies, c. 

Roseau, Dominica.B.W.L.c. a 

St. Lucia. B.W.I.. c.a 

Belize, British Honduras, c 

Hamilton, Bermuda, c 

St. George's, Bermuda, c.a... 
Kingston, Jamaica, c 

Nassau, N. P., Bahamas, c 



Trinidad, British West Indies, c. 
Brighton, Trinidad, B. W. I., 
c.a. 

Grenada, B. W. I., c.a. 

Paramaribo, Netherland 
Guiana, c.a. 

GREECE 
Athens (Athenai), / 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



George K. Donald, consul general 

George C. Cobb, vice consul Georgia. 



Frederick W. Baldwin, consul 

Perry N. Jester, vice consul 

Henry A. Frampton, consular agent 

William Peter, consular agent. 

William M. Cramp, vice consul 

Culver Gidden, vice consul 

Graham H. Kemper, consul 

Edwin Clay Merrell, vice consul 

Frederick Joseph Robertson, consular agent. 

William W. Corcoran, consul 

Richard S. Huestis, vice consul.. 

George F. Kelly, vice consul 

John P. Hurley, consul 

John B. Keogh, vice consul.. 

Alfredo L. Demorest, vice consul 

Marc de Verteull, consular agent 



John McGilchrlst, consular agent. 
James S. Lawton, consular agent.. 



Patras, c 

Salonika (Thessalonike), c. 
GUATEMALA 



Guatemala, 



Lincoln MacVeagh, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Leland B. Morris, first secretary 

Gerhard Gade, second secretary 

Lt. Col. F. Langley Whitley, military attache 

Karl L. Rankin, commercial attache 

Capt. Francis M. Brady, asst. military attache 
for air. 



Lester Maynard, consul general 

Edwin A. Plitt, consul 

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr., vice consul. 

Walworth Barbour, vice consul 

Rufus H Lane, Jr., consul 

William C. Young, vice consul 

Harry L. Troutman, consul 

Donal F. McGonigal, vice consul 



Sheldon Whitehouse,' envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Edward P. Lawton, third secretary 

Maj. Arthur R. Harris, military attache 



New York 

Virginia 

Dominica 

St. Lucia 

Pennsylvania. 

Texas 

Kentucky 

Oklahoma 

Bermuda 

Massachusetts 

New York 

Massachusetts 

New York.. June 

New York tFeb. 

Dist. Columbia.. Mar. 
Mar. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 7, 1933 
May 29. 1930 



July 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Dec. 
tJuly 

Apr. 

July 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 
tApr. 



VIII 
Uncl.Co) 



Uncl.Cf) 



28, 1932 

3. 1932 
24,1896 

8, 1873 
22, 1932 

11.1932 I 

10, 1930 III 

1.1920 

17.1917 

7. 1933 I VII 

11.1933 Uncl.(c) 
1,1925 

30. 1932 III 

23,1933 

9.1921 

23.1921 



Grenada June 21,1920 

Illinois Aug. 23,1917 



Connecticut. 



Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

War Dept. 

Dept. Commerce. 
War Dept 



California 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Virginia 

Kentucky 

Georgia... 

New York 



Georgia 

War Dept. 



June 13,1933 

tFeb. 20,1932 

June 18,1931 

Feb. 11,1933 

Feb. 4, 1932 

May 12,1931 



July 15, 1932 I HI 

Apr. 14, 1926 { VI 

Sept. 13,1929 lUncl.(fc) 
Feb. 3,1933 'Uncl.(c) 
Oct. 29,1931 I VIII 

Nov. 25,1932 \ 

Mar. 6, 1933 j VI 

July 17,1930 Uncl.(c) 



Dec. 16,1929 



May 13,1932 
July 11,1931 



I Appointed Minister to Colombia on July 15, 1933; Matthew E. 
July 17, 1933. 



Hanna, of Ohio, was appointed Minister to Guatemala on 



50 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



GUATEMAIA— Continued 
Guatemala, e.g. 

Puerto Barrios, v.c 

HAITI 
Port-au-Prince, / 



Cap Haitien, c.a. 

Oonalves, c.a 

Port de Paix, c.a. 



HONDURAS 
Tegucigalpa, / 



Tela, v.c 

Puerto Cortes, c. 



Budapest, I. 



IRAQ (MESOPOTAMIA) 



Baghdad, I. 



Name and rank 



William E. Floumoy, Jr.. vice consul Virginia. 

Chester Kimrey, vice consul Oklahoma. 

Rodney D. Wells, vice consul Colorado- 
Patrick J. Powers, vice consul Massachusetts. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Norman Armour, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Donald R. Heath, second secretary 

Gerald A. Drew, third secretary 



Robert Y. Jarvis, consul 

Carl Breuer, vice consul 

Bolard More, vice consul 

Corey F. Wood, consular agent 

J. William Wo61, consular agent 

M. Florentin S. Maurrasse, consular agent. 



New Jersey. 



California. 



Julius G. Lay, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Lawrence Iliggins, third secretary 

Robert A. Acly, third secretary (vice consul) 

Maj. Arthur R. Harris, military attache 



Robert A. Acly, vice consul (third secretary). 

Warren C. Stewart, vice consul , 

Edgar L. McGinnis, Jr., vice consul-. 

Kenneth S. Stout, vice consul 

Myron H. Schraud, vice consul 



John Flournoy Montgomery, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 

David Williamson, second secretary 

Robert English, third secretary 

Lt. Col. Martin C. Shallenberger, military attache. 



James B. Stewart, consul generaL. 

Fletcher Warren, consul 

Overton Q. Ellis, Jr., vice consul. 
Ernest V. Polutnik, vice consul... 



Paul Knabenshue,' minister resident (consul gen- 
eral). 
Morris N. Hughes, third secretary (vice consul)... 
James S. Moose, Jr., third secretary (vice consul). 
George W. Renchard, third secretary (vice consul). 

Paul Knabenshue, consul general (minister resi- 
dent). 
Morris N. Hughes, vice consul (third secretary)... 
James S. Moose, Jr., vice consul (third secretary)... 
George W. Renchard, vice consul (third secretary). 



California 

New York 

Ohio 

Massachusetts. 
Massachusetts. 



Dist. Columbia. 

Massachusetts.. 
Massachusetts. . 
War Dept 



Massachusetts. 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania.. 
Oregon 



Colorado 

Massachusetts. 
War Dept 



New Mexico - 

Texas 

Washington.. 
.Montana 



Illinois 

Arkansas.. 
Michigan. 



Date of as- 
signment 



June 20.1931 Uncl.(c) 

tJuly 10,1931 j 

{July 10,1931 

Mar. 15,1930 



tDec. 16,1929 
July 7, 1930 

Aug. 15,1932 
Mar. 31, 1933 
June 9, 1932 
July 1, 1933 
Sept. 8,1899 
Oct. 17,1925 



Oct. 11,1930 
:Jan. 17,1933 
July 11,1931 



VI 
Uncl.(o) 



VI 

Uncl.(c) 



Uncl.(a) 
Uncl.(c) 



Nov. 8, 1930 Uncl.(c) 
Aug. 30,1930 
June 6, 1933 
Mar. 20,1931 
Feb. 23,1933 



June 13,1933 

Sept. 17, 1932 
Jan. 26. 1932 
Mar. 20, 1933 

June 22.1933 

Mar. 13, 1931 

Apr. 7,1932 

Jan. 9. 1931 



Uncl.(c) 



VII 

Uncl.(6) 



II 
VI 
Uncl.(c) 



Illinois.... 
Arkansas., 
Michigan. 



Ill 

Uncl.(o) 
Unci, (ft) 
Uncl.(c) 

III 

Uncl.(a) 
Unci. (6) 
Feb. 20.1932 iUncl.Co) 



tJune 20.1932 
tJune 2. 1933 
Feb. 20,1932 



May 11,1932 
Apr. 20,1933 



' Foreign Service officer, receiving compensation as such, appointed to act as minister resident and consul general pursuant 
to sec. 24 of an act of Congress approved Feb. 23. 1931. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



51 



Name and rank 



W hence ap- 
pointed 



Class 



ntlSH FREE STATE 
Dublin (Bails Atha Cliath), /. 



Frederick A. Sterling, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

James Orr Denhy, first secretary 

Lt. Col. Cortlandt Parlier, military attache 



Texas.. Feb. 19.1927 



Indiana.. tJune 23, 

War Dept May 4, 



Qalway, c.a 

Cork, c 

ITAIY 

Rome (Roma), e 



Henry H. Balch, consul general 

Benjamin M. Hulley, consul 

Sidney A. Belovsky, vice consul 

Edwin J. King, vice consul 

George H. Barringer, vice consul 

Robert A. Tennanl, consular agent. 
Leslie E. Woods, consul... 



Robert R. Patterson, vice consul Michigan 



Breckinridge Long, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Alexander C. Kirk, counselor of embassy 

Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., first secretary 

Charles A. Bay, second secretary 

Randolph Harrison, Jr., third secretary 

Col. E. R. Warner McCahe, military attache and 

military attache (or air. 

Capt. Laurance N. McNair, naval attache 

Capt. Francis M. Brady, asst. militarj attache 

and asst military attache for air. 
Capt. Herbert Seymour Howard, asst. naval 

attache. 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. naval attache 

Lt. Comdr. Frederick W . Pennoyer, Jr , asst. naval 

attache. 



Florence (Firenze), c 
Genoa (Geneva), e.g. 

Leghorn (Livorno), c 
Messina, c 

Milan (Milano), c 

Naples (Napoli), e.g.. 



Theodore Jaeckel, consul general. 

Hiram A. Boucher, consul 

Theodore C. Achilles, vice consul 

Leonard 0. Bradford, vice consul 

Joseph E. Haven, consul 

Ho C. Funk, consul 

Frederick L. Washbourne, vice consul.. 

W. Roderick Dorsey, consul general 

George L. Brandt, consul 

Calvin H. Oakes, vice consul 

John P. Palmer, vice consul 

John R. Putnam, consul 

William P. Shockley, Jr., vice consul... 

Bernard Qotlieb, consul 

H. Armistead Smith, vice consul 

lloiiier Brett, consul 

E. Talbot Smith, consul 

Miss Constance R. Harvey, vice consul. 

Frank C. Niccoli, vice consul 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul 

Coert du IJols. consul general 

Charles Brldghani Hosnier, consul 

C. Porter Kuykendall, consul 

Ernest E. Evans, consul 



Alabama 

Florida 

New York... 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Ireland 

Massachusetts 



Tllinois... 
Missouri. 



Virginia.... 
War Dept. 



Navy Dept . 
War Dept... 



Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



New I'ork 


Nov. 


Minnesota 


Oct. 


Dist. Columbia.. 


June 


Massachusetts... 


Mar. 


Illinois . 


Mar. 


Colorado 


Feb. 


New York 


May 


Maryland 


Jan. 


Dist. Columbia.. 


June 


South Carolina... 


Dec. 


Washington 


June 


Oregon 


June 


Delaware.- 


July 


New York 


Mar. 


Dist. Columbia.. 


Jan. 


xMississippi 


Sept. 


Connecticut 


June 


New York 


June 


Colorado 


tJan. 


California 


Feb. 


California 


July 


Maine 


Nov. 


Pennsylvania... 


Sept. 


New York 


tMay 



Jan. 12,1931 
Sept. 14, 1929 
July 8, 1931 
Aug. 10,1928 
June 24,1931 
May 4, 1901 
Dec. 1, 1932 
Dec. 1, 1932 



Apr. 24,1933 

tDec. 21,1929 

Apr. 23,1925 

Nov. 5,1932 

Apr. 29,1933 

Aug. 17. 1931 

June 7, 1933 

May 12,1931 



Sept. 1,1932 
Apr. 25, 1931 



20. 1929 
15, 1929 
13, 1933 
13,1928 
30, 1923 
18, 1928 

12. 1931 

8. 1932 

11. 1932 
9, 1931 

13. 1933 
16, 1932 
12, 1930 

6. 1933 
9, 1931 
5. 1928 

30. 1932 
20, 1931 
19. 1929 

20. 1933 
30, 1931 

26. 1930 
23. 1930 
17. 1928 



IV 

VII 

Uncl.(6) 



I 
IV 
VI 

Uncl.(6) 



II 
VI 

Uncl.(c) 



III 

IV 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 

III 



VI 



IV 
VII 
Uncl,(c) 



II 
IV 
VI 
VII 



52 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Class 


ITALY-Continued 
Naples (Napoli), c.?.— Continued. 




Dist. Columbia.. 

New Jersey 

Maryland 

Connecticut 

New York 

Maine 


May 17 1930 


VTT 




Mar. 6,1933 Uncl.(a> 
Sept. 27 1930 Unci (6) 




Claude 11 Ilall, Jr , vice consul . . . .. 




Homer M Byinglon, Jr , vice consul 


June 13,1933 Uncl.(c) 
Apr. 19, 1933 VI 
tAug. 30, 1930 Uncl.(c) 
June 13,1933 Uncl.(f) 
Oct. 3, 1930 ; VI 


Palermo c 


Alfred T Nester consul 


' 


David II Buffuni vice consul 




Frederick E Farnsworth vice consul 


Colorado 






Michigan 

Virginia 




T Monroe Fisher, vice consul 


Feb. 15,1932 

Mar. 6,1933 VIT 












Dist. Columbia.. 
Georgia 


Mar. 11, 1932 
Dec. 2, 1929 
May 6,1932 
tJan. 21,1929 

Feb. 19,1932 

{Apr 12 1928 




Venice (Venezia) c 


John Corrigan, consul .. 


V 




Claude B. Chiperfleld, vice consul . . 


Illinois 


Uncl.(c) 




Charles T Terry, vice consul 


Indiana 


JAPANESE EMPIRE 
Tokyo, e 


Joseph C. Grow, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Edwin L Neville, counselor of embassy 


New Hanipshiro. 
Ohio 






1 




Erie R Dickover, first secretary 


Csllforni.i 


tMay 24, 1932 III 
Jan 3 1930 VIII 




William T Turner third secretary 






West Virginia ... 

New York 

Nebraska 

Michigan 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

War Dept 


Sept 18, 1931 VIII 






Apr. 26,1933 Uncl.(c) 
Jan. 15.1932 Uncl.(c) 
Oct. 6, 1932 lUncl.(c) 
















Capt Fred F Rogers naval attach^ 


June 14,1933 




Capt. Truman M. Martin, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Henri H. Smith-Hutton, asst. naval attache.. 
Cant. Moses W. Pettigrew, language officer 


Nov. 15, 1932 

Oct. 14.1932 

Mar. 2,1931 | 

Mar. 2,1931 






Mar. 2.1931 




1st Lt. Frederick P. Munson, language officer 

1st Lt Robin B. Pape, language officer ... 


May 9,1932 

May 9,1932 










Lt (jg) Redfield Mason language officer 


Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

M issouri 


Aug 22 1930 


eg . 


Lt. (jg) Henri de B. Claiborne, language officer.... 

Lt. (]g) Daniel J. McCallum, language officer 

Lt. (jg) Alwin D. Kramer, language officer 

Lt. (Jg) Spencer August Carlson, language officer.. 

Lt. (jg) Ranson Fullinwider, language officer 

Jst Lt. Kenneth H. Cornell, language officer 

Arthur Qarrels, consul general 


June 27,1931 
June 30,1931 
Aug. 11,1931 
June 15,1932 
June 15,1932 
June 19, 1931 

Not. 16, 1929 
Mar. 3,1928 
Jan. 25,1932 
Nov. 8,1930 
Sept. 19, 1932 
Dec. 10,1931 
Sept. 6,1929 
July 1, 1932 
Oct. 6, 1932 
Dec. 22,1932 
Mar. 30, 1933 
tMar. 20, 1928 






I 




Leo D Sturgeon consul 


Illinois 


VI 






Maryland 

Minnesota 


VI 






Uncl.(c) 






VII 






Rhode Island 

Illinois 


Uncl.(c) 


Kobe, Japan, c 


Howard Donovan, consul . . 


VII 




Kenneth 0. Krentz, vice consul .. 


Iowa 


Uncl.(o) 




Edmund J. Dorsz, vice consul 


Michigan 

Alabama 


Uncl.(c) 




Walter P. McConaughy, vice consul 


Uncl.(c) 




Robert Mills McClintock, vice consul 


California 

Maryland 


Uncl.(c) 




Otis W. Rhoades, vice consul 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



53 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date c( as- 
signment 



JAPANESE KMPIEE— Continued 



Nagasaki, Japan, c. 
Nagoya, Japan, c... 



Seoul, Chosen, c.g. 



Talhoku, Taiwan, c. 
Yokohama, Japan, c. 



Riga, I. 



Monrovia, L 



LUXEMBUEQ « 
Luxemburg, I 



Glen W. Bruner, vice consul 

J. Holbrook Chapman, consul , 

Joseph E. Newton, vice consul 

John K. Davis, consul general 

Charles 11. Stephan, vice consul 

John B. Ketcham, consul 

Charles L. De Vault, consul 

n. Merrell Benninghofl, vice consul. 

Hayward O Hill, vice consul 

Oregor C. Merrill, vice consul 



VIII 

Uncl.(c) 

II 



Colorado JOct 

Dist. Columbia.- JFeb. 4, 

Pennsylvania Apr. 7, 

Ohio May 24, 

New York Nov 

New York Sept. 22, 

Indiana Apr. 24, 

New York \ Aug. 12, 

Louisiana.. Nov. 23, 

California Mar. 30, 1933 Uncl.(c) 



envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Felix Cole,' counselor of legation 

Waldemar J. Qallman, second secretary 

William M. Qwynn, third secretary 

George F. Kennan, third secretary 

Norris B. Chipman, Foreign Service officer 

Maj. William E. Shipp,» military attache 



Algar E. Carleton, consul 

Leslie Gordon Mayer, vice consul. 
Paul M. Dutko, vice consul 



McCeney Werlich, third secretary. 



t.g William C. George, vice consul. 



envoy extraordinary and 

nipotentiary. 
Felix Cole,' counselor of legation 

Maurice L. Stafford, first secretary (consul) 

George D. LaMont, third secretary (vice consul). 
MaJ. WilUam E. Shipp.s military attachfi 



.1931 
,1932 
,1930 
,1926 
,1931 
,1930 
,1931 
1931 



VIII 

VII 

Uncl.(a) 

Uncl.(c) 



Dist. Columbia.. Nov. 11,1930 

New York Aug. 14,1930 

California I July 8,1931 

Wisconsin Sept. 17,1931 

Dist. Columbia.. June 21, 1933 
WarDept Mar. 15,1932 

Vermont Aug. 4,1932 

California Apr. 7,1932 

Pennsylvania June 28,1932 

Dist. Columbia.. June 3,1933 

Dist. Columbia.. JFeb. 16,1931 



Dist. Columbia..! Nov. 11,1930 

California ! Jan. 6,1932 

New York JOct. 7, 1930 

War Dept Mar. IS, 1932 



Maurice L. Stafford, consul (first secretary) 

George D. LaMont, vice consul (third secretary) . 



California Jan. 6,1932 



New York July 21,1930 



Dave Hennen Morris, envoy extraordinary and New York 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Ferdinand L. Mayer, counselor of embassy Indiana 

George P. Waller, second secretary (consul) Alabama 

Samuel Reber, Jr., third secretary New York 

MaJ. Robert C. F. Goetz, military attache War Dept 

Leigh W. Hunt, asst. commercial attache Dept. Commerce. 

George P. Waller, consul (second secretary) Alabama 



May 18,1933 

Oct. 20.1930 
Mar. 10, 1931 
Aug. 3, 1932 
May 4.1931 
June 17,1927 

Mar. 10, 1931 



II 

VI 

VIII 

vm 

Uncl.(6) 



IV 
Uncl.(c) 



II 

VI 
Uncl.(o) 



V] 
Uncl.(o) 



I 
VII 
VIII 



' Accredited also to Estonia and Lithuania. 

' Accredited also to Estonia and Latvia. 

' The diplomatic olScers here listed are accredited also to Belgium. 



54 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mexico, D.F., e. 



Agua Prieta, Sonera, c 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, c 

Ciudad Juarez. Chihuahua, c. 

Durango, Durango, c 

Ensenada, Baja California, c 



Guadalajara, Jalisco, c. 



Ouaymas, Sonera, c 

Matameros, Tamaulipas, c. 



Mazatl&n, Sinaloa, c. 



Los Mochis, Sinalea. e.a. 
Mexican, Baja California, c. 



Jesephus Daniels, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Arthur Bliss Lane, 'counselor of eml assy... 

Stanley Hawks, second secretary 

Peter H. A. Flood, second secretary 

Joseph C. Satterthwaite, third secretary 

Stephen E. Aguirre, third secretary 

Robert Newbegiu, 2d, third secretary 

Maj. Herbert E. Marshburn, miUtary attache 

Robert O Glover, asst. commercial attache 



Thomas D. Bowman, consul general.. 

Dudley G Dwyre, consul 

Arthur F. Tower, consul 

John S. Littell. vice consul,. 

Wilhara P. Cochran, Jr., vice consul. 

Thomas J. Maleady, vice consul 

Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, vice consul- 
Kent Leavitt, vice consul , 

John Wilson, Jr., vice consul 

Winfield H. MiUvir, vice consul 



Victor H. Loftus, district accounting and disburs- 
ing oflicer (vice consul). 

Hyman Goldstein, asst. district accounting and 
disbm-sing oflBcer (vice consul) . 

Jack D. Neal, vice consul 

Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul 

Lewis V Boyle, consul 

James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul 

Francis H Styles, consul 

Louis B. Mazzee, vice consul. 

William P. Blocker, consul 

Ollis B. Ferguson, vice consul.. 

Harry K Pangburn, vice consul 

Ellis A. Bonnet, consul. 

Granville Oury-Jackson, vice consul 

William A. Smale, consul 

Eric C. Wendelin, vice consul... 

Walter T. Costello, vice consul 

Raleigh A. Gibson, consul 

Charles C. Gidney, Jr., vice consul 

Alfonso F. Yepis, vice consul 

Hernden W. Geferth, consul 

Henry G. Krausse, vice consul 

Frederick W. Hinke, consul 

Earl Will)ert Eaton, vice consul 

Harold Frederic Jones, consular agent 

Howard A. Bowman, consul 

Willys A. Myers, vice consul 



North Carolina. 



New York 

New York 

New Hampshire 

Michigan 

Texas 

Massachusetts. . . 

WarDept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Missouri.. 

Colorado 

New York 

New York 

Pennsylvania.. 
Massachusetts. 

California 

Virginia 

Montana 

Kentucky 



Massachusetts. 



Dist. Columbia.. 



Texas 


Sept. 15, 1932 
Nov. 19,1932 


Washington 


California 


Sept. 27.1929 




Dee. 4, 1930 




Jan. 28.1930 


Dist. Columbia.. 


tJune 27. 1930 


Texas 


Sept. 24, 1929 


Missouri 


Dec. 3, 1926 


Kentucky 


Nov. 24, 1930 


Texas 


tJuly 24,1930 


Michigan 


JSept. 15, 1928 


California. 


Nov. 7, 1930 


Massachusetts... 


May 31, 1933 


California 


Aug. 4,1930 


Illinois 


Oct. 27,1928 


Texas . 


Dec. 16, 1930 




tMay 17. 1930 
Feb. 7, 1933 


North Carolina... 


Texas 


{Jan. 6, 1919 


New York 


July 11,1932 


Texas 


Dec. 20, 1929 


Massachusetts... 


Sept. 6,1919 


New York 


May 24, 1932 


Iowa 


Nov. 24, 1930 



Mar. 17, 1933 

Mar. 26, 1930 
Feb. 20.1930 

{Apr. 5, 1933 
Mar. 15, 1929 

tJan. 26,1932 
Apr. 10,1933 
May 11,1933 
Mar. 21, 1931 

Mar. 27, 1933 
Oct. 19. 1928 
Feb. 7, 1933 
Aug. 11.1931 
Feb. 20.1932 
Nov. 28, 1931 
Mar. 20, 1933 
June 13,1933 
tOct. 4, 1929 
Sept. 24, 1931 

Wan. 29,1932 
Jan. 28,1933 



Appointed Minister to Nicaragua on July 31, 1933. 



FOREIGN" SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



55 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date ol as- 
signment 



MEXICO— Continued 

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, c. 

Nogales, Sonora, c -.. 



Cananea, Sonora, c.a 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, c 



Piedras Negras, Coahuila, c 

Progreso, Yucatan, c — 

Saltillo, Coahuila, c 

San Luis Potosf, San Luis 

Potest, c. 
Tampico, Tamaulipas, c 

Torreon, Coahuila, c 

V'eracruzi Veracruz, c 

MOROCCO 

Tangier (Tanger), i 

C.9 - 

Casablanca, c 

NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS 



The Hague ('s Gravenhage), /- 



Edward I. Nathan, consul -. 

William E. Copley, vice consul 

Paul H. Demille, vice consul 

Thomas H. Robinson, consul--- 

Thomas M. Powell, vice consul 

John J. O'Keefe, vice consul - 

Jeptha M. Oibbs, consular agent 

Romeyn Wormuth, consul 

Arthur R. Williams, vice consul 

Oscar C. Harper, vice consul- - 

Stewart E. McMillin, consul 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul 

Waldo E. Bailey, vice consul 

Charles H. Taliaferro, vice consul 

Samuel Sokobin, consul. 

H. Claremont Moses, vice consul 

George V. Shaw, consul - 

Henry T. Unverzagt, vice consul — 

Clarence E. Macy, consul 

Reginald S. Carey, vice consul 

Nelson R. Park, consul - 

James Franklin Points, vice consul 

Leonard G. Dawson, consul 

Joseph E. Maleady, vice consul 

Maxwell Blake,' diplomatic agent (consul gen- 
eral). 
Hooker A. Doolittle, second secretary (consul) ... 

Maxwell Blake, consul general (diplomatic agent) 
Hooker A. Doolittle, consul (second secretary)... 

Parker W. Buhrman, consul 

Frederick F. Henrotin, vice consul 



Laurits S. Swenson, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Hallett Johnson, counselor of legation 

Carl A Fisher, second secretary 

MaJ. Robert C. F. Goetz, military attachfi 

Capt. Chester H. J. Keppler, naval attach^. 

Jesse F. Van Wickel, commercial attachfi 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, asst. military attache 

for air. 
Capt. Herbert Seymour Howard, asst. naval 

attach§. 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. navalattach§ 

Lt. Comdr. Ben H. Wyatt, asst. military attachfi. 



Pennsylvania.. 
Pennsylvania.. 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Texas 

Arizona 

Arizona 

New York 

Delaware 

Texas 

Kansas.- 

Massachusetts - 

Mississippi 

Virginia... 

New Jersey 

South Carolina 

California 

Virginia 

Colorado 

Maryland 

Colorado 

Virginia 

Virginia 

Massachusetts- 
Missouri 

New York 

Missouri 

New York 

Virginia 

Illinois 



Minnesota. 



New Jersey 

Utah 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 
War Dept 



Navy Dept- 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 



Dec. 
June 

Mar. 

Mar. 
tDec. 
JApr. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 
JApr. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

May 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

May 



9. 1930 
19, 1928 

1. 1932 

3. 1933 
1, 1927 

22,1931 
30, 1918 

6. 1931 
21, 1929 

19. 1931 
11,1933 

7,1929 

20. 1932 
29, 1931 
27, 1930 
15, 1932 
12, 1929 
18,1931 
17, 1930 

30. 1933 



29,1928 
13, 1933 



May 14.1925 

tJune 19,1933 

May 14,1925 
May 6, 1933 
Nov. 19, 1929 
{Apr. 28,1927 



Feb. 28,1931 

{Apr. 6, 1931 
Jan. 28,1932 
May 4,1931 
May 26, 1933 
Sept. 18, 1926 
Mar. 20, 1931 

June 4,1932 

Sept. 1,1932 
May 25,1933 



VI 

Uncl.(c) 



VII 

Uncl.(c) 

VII 



' Foreign Service officer, receiving compensation as such, appointed to act as diplomatic agent and consul general pursuant 
to sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24, 1924. 



56 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



NETHERLANDS AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 



(Netherlands)— Continued 



Amsterdam, e.g. 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Charles L. Hoover, consul general. Missouri. 

Frederik van den Arend, consul North Carolina. 

Warren M. Chase, vice consul Indiana 

F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, vice consul j Pennsylvania... 

Carol H. Foster, consul i Maryland 

Sidney H. Browne, vice consul | New Jersey 

Halleck L. Rose, vice consul I Nebraska 

Eugene Nabel, vice consul Rhode Island... 



(Possessions) 



Batavla, Java, Netherland East 
Indies, e.g. 



Curacao, Netherland 
Indies, c. 



Medan, Sumatra 

East Indies, c. 
Paramaribo, Netherland Guiana, 

c.a. (agency under Trinidad, 

British West Indies). 
Surabaya (Soerabaja), Java, 

Netherland East Indies, c. 

NICARAGUA 



Kenneth S. Patton, consul general Virginia 

John J. Macdonald, vice consul Missouri 

William K. Ailshie, vice consul Idaho 

Joseph F. Burt, consul Illinois 

Russell M. Brooks, consul Oregon 

Arthur T. Flavin, vice consul Maine 

Netherland Louis H. Qourley, consul i Illinois 

William Du B. Thome, vice consul - j New Jersey. 

James S. Lawton, consular agent i Illinois 



Joel C. Hudson, consul -.. ! Missouri 

Peter Paul Devlin, vice consul New Jersey- 



Managua, ' - Matthew E. Hanna,' envoy extraordinary and Ohio 

> minister plenipotentiary. 

i Paul C. Daniels, third secretary (vice consul) i New York. 

1 Earl T. Crain, third secretary. Illinois 

MaJ. Arthur R. Harris, military attache War Dept.. 

c - I Paul C. Daniels, vice consul (third secretary) | New York. 

Corinto, c ! Samuel Q. Ebling, consul I Ohio. 

\ Obert R. Nelson, Jr., vice consul | Minnesota. 

Matagalpa, e.a John A. Willey, consular agent j California.. 

Puerto Cabezas, c. ; Eli Taylor, vice consul \ New York. 



NORWAY 



Hoffman Philip, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Benjamin Thaw, Jr., counselor of legation 

Julius Wadsworth, third secretary 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, military attache 

Capt. Chester H. J. Keppler, naval attache. 



Pennsylvania. 

Connecticut 

War Dept 

Navy Dept.-- 



c.g. 



Oct. 20, 1932 II 

June 18,1931 Unci. (6) 

Feb. 14,1933 

May 24,1933 

June 13, 1928 III 

Aug. 26,1930 Unci. (a) 

Apr. 7,1932 Uncl.(c) 

Mar. 14.1828 

May 18,1933 VI 

Aug. 6.1930 

' Appointea Minister to Guatemala on July 17, 1933; Arthur Bliss Lane, of New York, was appointed Minister to Nicaragua 
on July 31, 1933. 



-- Thomas H. Bevan, consul general. 

George M. Abbott, vice consul 

Walter C. Dowling, vice consul... 

Julius C. Jensen, vice consul 

Bergen, c Thomas D. Davis, consul.. 

BrigR A. Perkins, vice consul 



New York. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Oct. 18,1927 II 

Dec. 29, 1932 I VII 
Sept. 13,1929 Uncl.(6) 
Apr. 7,1932 Uncl.(c) 
Sept. 10, 1928 ! IV 

Aug. 16,1930 iUncl.(a) 
June 13,1933 Uncl.(c) 
Nov. 7,1921 ' 



Mar. 26, 1930 
Feb. 24,1931 
June 30,1931 
July 9. 1931 
June 29,1933 
Nov. 14, 1931 
Apr. 4. 1931 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Aug. 23. 1917 



Mar. 6,1933 
tApr. 23,1931 



III 

Uncl.(c) 

Uncl.(c) 

VII 

VII 



VI 

Uncl.(c) 



Aug. 19,1932 jUncL(a) 
June 21,1933 Uncl.(c) 
July 11,1931 



JApr. 10,1933 
Oct. 15,1932 
Dec. 9, 1932 
{Sept. 13, 1929 
1 Nov. 21,1931 



July 22.1930 



Maryland.. 

Ohio 

Georgia 

Wyoming.. 
Oklahoma. 
California.. 



Uncl.(a) 
VII 



I 



FOREIGN SERVICE OE THE UNITED STATES 



57 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



PALESTHfE 
Jerusalem, eg 



Colon, c 

Bocas del Toro, c.a. 



PARAGUAY 
Asuncion, I 



Lima, e. 



La Oroya, c.a. 
Mollendo, c.a. 
Salaverry, c.a. 



Alexander K. Sloan, consul 

Cyril L. F. Thiel, consul 

Joseph L. Brent, vice consul 

Thomas A. Hlckok, vice consul 

H. Gordon Minnlgerode, vice consul. 
Edward W. Blatchford, vice consul.. 



Pennsylvania 

niinois 

Maryland 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. - 
Illinois 



Roy T. Davis,' envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Harold D. Finley, second secretary 

Sheldon T. Mills, third secretary 

MaJ. Arthur R. Harris, military attache 



New York. 

Oregon 

War Dept.. 



Herbert O. Williams, consul... 
Harry D. Myers, vice consul—. 

John E. Holler, consul 

C. Jordan, vice consul. 



California 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania... 
North Carolina. 



July 16,1932 

Oct. 22,1931 

Apr. 20,1933 

Feb. 19,1931 

Feb. 24,1931 

:Dec. 29,1930 



Dec. 16,1929 

Dec. 30,1931 
Mar. 21, 1931 
July 11,1931 

Jan. 3, 1929 
Jan. 30.1933 
Oct. 22,1932 
Mar. 12, 1931 



V 

VIII 

Uncl.(a) 
Uncl.(c) 
Uncl.(c) 



VI 

Uncl.(6) 



Post Wheeler,2 envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Thomas S. Horn, second secretary (consul) 

Capt. Frederick D. Sharp, military attache 

Alexander V. Dye, commercial attache 



Washington. 



Missouri 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Thomas S. Horn, consul (second secretary). 
V. Harwood Blocker, Jr., vice consul 



Missouri. 
Texas 



Charles C. Hart, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

George Wadsworth, first secretary 

Robert B. Streeper, third secretary (consul)_ 

Arthur L. Richards, third secretary (vice consul).. 



Robert B. Streeper, consul (third secretary) 

Arthur L. Richards, vice consul (third secretary) . 



Dist. Columbia.. 



New York. 

Ohio 

California.. 



Ohio 

California. 



Fred Morris Dearing, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr., counselor of embassy. 

William C. Burdett, first secretary , 

Garret G. Ackerson, Jr., third secretary 

Merwin L. Bohan, commercial attache 

Julian D. Smith, asst. commercial attache. 



James B. Young, consul general... 

J. Fenly Bacon, vice consul 

T. Muldrup Forsyth, vice consul- 
Edwin McKee, vice consul 

Arthur D. Jukes, vice consul 

Norman Duncan, consular agent.. 
Ernest H. Quenet, consular agent. 
Neil Whyte, consular agent 



New Jersey 

Dept. Commerce. 
Dept. Commerce. 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 

Virginia. 

Georgia 

Oregon 

New York 

Peru 



Mar. 30, 1931 
May 3,1932 
Apr. 27,1931 

Mar. 30, 1931 
Mar. 17, 1930 



Dec. 31,1930 
{Feb. 26,1932 
{Feb. 26,1932 

July 9, 1931 
Feb. 24,1931 



Jan. 31,1930 

June 26,1933 
{May 12,1932 
Apr. 8, 1931 
Sept. 15, 1931 
Apr. 28,1927 



{Apr. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Apr. 
{Nov. 

Apr. 

Dea 

June 



29, 1933 
10, 1931 
31, 1933 
11,1930 
20, 1930 
6, 1931 
5, 1927 
16, 1930 



III 
VIII 

Uncl.(c) 

VIII 
Uncl.(c) 



I 

IV 

Uncl.(6) 



III 
Unci .(c) 
Uncl.(c) 



' Antonio C. Gonzalez, of New York, was appointed Minister to Panama on Aug. 28, 195 
2 Meredith Nicliolson. of Indiana, was appointed Minister to Paraguay on Aug. 19, 1933. 

171194—33 5 



58 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- riace 
signment | ^'^^ 


POIAND 


John Cudahy, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


Wisconsin 

New York 

Wisconsin 

New York 

Washington 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 

Ohio 






May 26. 1932 I 








George Alexander Armstrong, second secretary. . . 
Bernard Gufler, third secretary 


Jan. 31,1931 i VII 
tJune 17, 1933 Uncl.(c) 
Oct 18 1932 




Lt. Col. Albert Qilmor, military attache 




Clayton Lane, commercial attachfi 


May 17, 1928 

July 9, 1930 
Feb. 2, 1932 




" 




11 






Maryland 


VITI 






Sept. 13, 1929 ,Uncl.(6) 
June 18 1932 Unci (6) 




Hiram Bingham, Jr., vice consul .. 


Connecticut 

Connecticut 

New York 

New York 

Pennsylvania 




Montgomery H. Colladav, vice consul . 


May 0.1930 'Unci (c) 




Charles W. Yost, vice consul 


July 26 1932 Unci (c) 




Francis Bowden Stevens, vice consul 


Mar 30 1933 Tlnnl Crt 




John F Stone vice consul 


Mar. 30, 1933 
Nov. 13. 1929 

June 13,1933 

May 17,1929 
Oct. 24.1929 
Mar. 24. 1931 
July 15.1930 

Dec. 13,1930 
Apr. 10,1930 
Dec. 22,1932 
May 18,1933 
July 31,1930 
July 22,1930 
Jan. 11,1933 

Dec. 6,1930 

June 13,1933 

Sept. 15, 1930 
Feb. 11.1933 

Jan. 13.1933 
Apr. 7. 1932 
Mar. 30, 1933 
tJuly 17.1928 


Unci (c) 








PORTUGAL AND POSSES- 
SIONS 

(Portugal) 

Lisbon (Lisboa), I 


Robert Granville Caldwell, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 

Alexander R. Magruder, counselor of legation 

Lt. Col. Robert H. Fletcher, Jr., military attache.. 
Capt. David McDougal Le Breton, naval attache. 
Comdr. Calvin H. Cobb, asst. naval attache 

Carl F Deicbman, consul general 


Texas 




eg 


Maryland 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Missouri 


I 
II 






New York 

Delaware 

New York 

New York 

West Virginia...- 
California 

Washington 

Texas 


VII 




Daniel V Anderson vice consul 


Uncl.(«) 






VIII 






IV 




Charles E. Worman, vice consul. 




St. Michael's (S5o Miguel), 


Harold Playter, consul 


VI 


Azores, c. 

(Africa) 
Louren$o Marques, Mozam- 


Alfred D. Cameron, consul . 


VII 


bique, c. 

RUMANIA 
Bucharest (Bucurejti), / 


Alvin Mansfield Owsley, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 








VIII 




Lt. Col. F. Langley Whitley, military attache 


War Dept 

New York 

California 

Ohio 


IV 






Uncl.(c) 




Foy D. Kohler, vice consul 


Uncl.(f) 




Rudolph Peltzer, vice consul 


New York 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



59 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



SALVADOR 
(See El Salvador) 
SIAM 
Bangkok, / 



David E.Kaufman, envoy extraordinary and min- : Pennsylvania 

Ister plenipotentiary. \ 

Kennett F. Potter, third secretary (vice consul)-.! Missouri 

Andrew G. Lynch, third secretary (vice consul). „i New York 

Lt. Col. Walter S. Drysdale, military attache | War Dept 

Charles E. Brookhart, commercial attach^ Dept. Commerce. 



Kennett F. Potter, vice consul (third secretary). 
Andrew O. Lynch, vice consul (third secretary). 
•*Henry J. Post, vice consul 



Claude G. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Hugh Millard, second secretary 

Walter H. Schoellkopf, second secretary 

Lt. Col. Robert H. Fletcher, Jr., military attache 
Capt. David McDougal Le Breton, naval attache 

Charles A. Livengood, commercial attache 

Col. Frank P. Lahm.asst. military attache for air.. 

Comdr. Calvin H. Cobb, asst. naval attache 

Julian C. Greenup, asst. commercial attache 



Alicante, c... 
Barcelona, eg 



Tarragona, c.a 

Bilbao, c 

Las Palmas, Canary Islands, 
M&laga, c 

Seville, c 

Tenerife, Canary Islands, c... 
Valencia, c 

Vigo, c. 

SWEDEN 
Stockholm, I 



Curtis C. Jordan, consul 

Raymond O. Richards, vice consul 

Manuel J. Codoner, vice consul.— 

Claude I. Dawson, consul general. , 

Richard F. Boyce, consul 

Cecil M. P. Cross, consul 

Harold Shantz, consul 

Thomas McEnelly, consul 

Daniel M. Braddock, vice consul 

Caesar Franklin Agostinl, consular agent. 

William E. Chapman, consul , 

Owen W. Gaines, vice consul 

Clifton R. Wharton, consul 

Augustin W. Ferrin, consul 

William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul 

Richard Ford, consul 

John B. Ocheltree, vice consul.. 

Henry C. von Struve, consul 

Samuel R. Thompson, consul 

Russell B. Jordan, vice consul 

Renwick S. McNiece, consul 

John Willard Carrigan, vice consul 



Laurence A. Steinhardt, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Edward S. Crocker, 2d, second secretary 

Miss Frances E. Willis, third secretary 



Missouri... 
New York. 
New York. 

New York. 



Nebraska 

New York 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



California 

Maine 

New York 

South Carolina. 

Michigan 

Rhode Island... 

New York 

New York 

Michigan 



Oklahoma 

Georgia 

Massachusetts.. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. 

Oklahoma 

Nevada 

Texas 

California 

Wyoming. , 

Utah 

California.- 



June 12,1930 

Nov. 13, 1931 
tFeb. 25,1932 
Mar. 11, 1932 
Dec. 4, 1931 



Uncl.(a) 
Unci, (a) 



Nov. 13, 1931 Uncl.(a) 
Feb. 16,1932 Uncl.(a) 
Mar. 17,1930 



Apr. 6, 1933 



Apr. 23,1931 
May 11, 1933 
Oct. 24,1929 
Mar. 24, 1931 
June 30,1927 
Oct. 7, 1931 
July 15,1930 
June 7, 1930 



Massachusetts... 
California 



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



20, 1932 
2, 1930 
3,1928 

13. 1930 

28. 1931 

25. 1932 
30, 1932 
20, 1928 

8, 1932 

2, 1914 
10, 1932 
28, 1929 
27, 1930 

3,1930 
18,1930 
31,1931 

26.1932 Uncl.(c) 

15.1933 V 

18. 1930 V 
4,1930 

22.1931 I V 
13,1933 Uncl.(c) 



I 

V 
V 
V 
VI 
Unel.(6) 



VIII 
VI 



VI 



May 11.1933 



May 17, 1929 | VI 

Dee. 29,1931 Uncl.(a) 



60 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



SWEDEN— Continued 

Stockholm, /.—Continued... 



c-g 

Qoteborg, c 

SWITZERLAND 
Bern,/ 



Basel, c 
Geneva, c 



Ziirich, e.g. 



Beirut, e.g. 



TURKEY 

Istanbul (Constantinople), e. 



Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, military attach^ 

Capt. Chester H. J. Keppler, naval attach^ 

T. O. Klath, commercial attachfi 

Comdr. Howard D. Bode, asst. naval attache 

Monnett B. Davis, consul general 

Edward P. MaflBtt, vice consul.. 

Harold Carlson, vice consul 

Frithjof C. Sigmond, vice consul 

Robert Harnden, consul 

Knowlton V. Hicks, consul 

Herbert C. Blar, vice consul 

Hugh R. Wilson, envoy extraordinary and mln 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Benjamin Reath Riggs, first secretary 

Winthrop S. Greene, third secretary 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest, military attache 

David B. Macgowan, consul 

J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul 

Alfred W. Donegan, consul 

Alfired T. Burri, consul. • 

Prentiss B. Gilbert, consul 

Gilson O. Blake, Jr., consul 

Curtis T. Everett, consul 

Donald F. Bigelow, consul 

James W. Riddleberger, vice consul 

Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr., vice consul -. 

Jacob D. Beam, vice consul 

iVIarc Smith, vice consul 

Henry P. Kiley, vice consul 

Lewis W. Haskell, consul general 

George R. Hukill, consul 

Maurice W. Altaffer, consul 

Francis L. Spalding, vice consul 

Herbert S. Goold, consul general 

Christian T. Stegei, consul 

Raymond A. Hare, vice consul 

Daniel Gaudin, Jr.. vice consul 



Robert P. Skinner, ambassador extraordinary t 
plenipotentiary. 

Q. Howland Shaw, counselor of embassy 

Eugene M. Hinkle, second secretary 

liobert D. Coe, third secretary 

Maj. John A. Crane, military attache 

Julian E. Gillespie, commercial attache 



Izmir (Smyrna), c. 



Charles E. Allen, consul 

Burton Y. Berry, vice consul 

Howard Elting, Jr., vice consul_.. 

William P. George, consul 

Courtland Christiani, vice consul. 



War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 
Navy Dept 



Colorado... 
Missouri... 

Illinois 

Oregon 

California.. 
New York. 
Indiana 



Illinois. 



Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 
War Dept 



Tennessee. 
Maine 



New York. 
New York. 
Maryland.. 



Minnesota 

Virginia 

Colorado.. 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

Connecticut 

South Carolina- 
Delaware 

Ohio 

Massachusetts.. 



California 

Virginia 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania. 



Ohio. 



Massachusetts... 

New York 

Wyoming 

War Dept 

Dept. Commerce. 



Feb. 14,1933 
May 24, 1933 
Feb. 28,1925 
Sept. 1,1932 



June 24, 1933 HI 

July 26, 1932 |Uncl.(c) 

tJan. 30,1930 I 

May 3,1933 i 

July 22, 1930 | V 

Dec. 17,1931 VIII 

Apr. 10,1928 Uncl.(a) 



Feb. 26.1927 

July 14,1932 
June 9,1930 
Apr. 8. 1932 



Dec. 
:Aug. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

June 

May 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Dec. 
tDec. 



Kentucky 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Dist. Columbia.. 



22, 1931 
2, 1926 
31, 1933 
29, 1931 
16, 1930 

15. 1927 

11. 1928 
18, 1933 

26. 1930 
6, 1933 

30, 1933 
6, 1928 

14. 1931 



IV 
VIII 



III 



III 

V 

III 

VI 

VI 

VI 

Unci. (6) 

Unci. (6) 

Uncl.(c) 



Oct. 


29, 1928 


II 


Oct. 


19, 1929 


VII 


May 31, 1933 


vn 


June 


13, 1933 


Uncl.(c) 


Oct. 


24, 1930 


III 


Nov. 


20, 1931 


vn 


June 


21, 1932 


Uncl.(o) 


Dec. 


10, 1931 


Uncl.(c) 


June 


13,1933 




Dec. 


28, 1931 


I 


Aug. 


6. 1929 


VII 


Apr. 


8, 1931 


Uncl.(6) 


Feb. 


1, 1932 




Feb, 


13, 1932 




Feb. 


24, 1923 


IV 


Aug 


31. 1928 


Uncl.(6) 


July 


26, 1932 


Uncl.(c) 


Oct. 


12, 1932 


VI 



Aug. 20,1932 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



61 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 



Pretoria, Transvaal, 



Capetown, Cape Province, c.| 



Durban, Natal, c - 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, c 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, c. 

URUGUAY 
Montevideo, / — 



Name and rank 



La Ouaira, v.c 

Maracaibo, c 

YUGOSLAVIA 

Belgrade (Beograd), /... 



Zagreb, c. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Ralph J. Totten, envoy extraordinary and mln 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Irving N. Liunell,' counselor of legation 

Samuel H. Day, commercial attachfi 

Cliflord C. Taylor, agricultural attache 

Irving N. LInnell, consul general 

Karl de Q. MacVitty, consul 

Charles A. Converse, vice consul 

Hugh S. Miller, consul 

Walter F. Dement, vice consul 

Maxwell K. Moorhead, consul general 

R. Borden Reams, vice consul 

Hasell H. Dick, consul 

Allan C. Taylor, vice consul 



J. Butler Wright, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Benjamin Muse, first secretary 

Ralph Miller, third secretary 

Capt. Frederick D. Sharp, military attache 

Comdr. Leland Jordan, Jr., naval attache.. 

Leslie E. Reed, consul general 

Aubrey E. Lippincott, vice consul - 

H. Bartlett Wells, vice consul... 

George T. Summerlin, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Warden McK. Wilson, first secretary... 

Glenn A. Abbey, third secretary 

George Orr, consul 

Albert H. Cousins, Jr., vice consul 

Ben C. Matthews, vice consul 

George R. Phelan, vice consul 



John Dyneley Prince, 2 envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Howard Bucknell, Jr, second secretary 

Lt. Col. F. Langley Whitley, military attache... 
Louis G. Michael, agricultural attache 

Reed Paige Clark, consul 

John L. Calnan, vice consul 

Egmont C. von Tresckow, consul.. 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, vice consul 



Massachusetts... 
Dept. Commerce. 
Dept. Agriculture 



Date o( as- 
signment 



June 20, 1930 

Apr. 10,1933 
June 27,1930 
Dec. 16,1930 



Class 



Massachusetts...! Oct. 

Illinois Apr. 

Georgia July 

lUinois I July 

Mississippi Oct. 

Pennsylvania {July 

Pennsylvania.. 
South Carolina. 



13.1931 j II 

2,1932 V 

26,1930 Uncl.(c) 



31, 1931 

16, 1930 

1, 1931 

Aug. 25,1931 

Aug. 30, 1929 



VII 



New York July 26,1 



III 
Uncl.(6) 

IV 
Uncl.(c) 



Wyoming Sept. 29, 1930 

Virginia June 18,1931 IV 

New York Dec. 9,1931 Uncl.(6) 

War Dept May 3,1932 

Navy Dept Apr. 12,1930 

Minnesota May 17,1930 IV 

Arizona \ Dec 22,1932 |UncI.(c) 

New Jersey June 13, 1933 jUncl.(c) 

Louisiana Sept. 11,1929 ' 



Indiana Nov. 11,1930 IV 

Wisconsin Mar. 31,1932 Uncl.(a) 

New Jersey June 10, 1932 V 

Oregon June 20,1931 Uncl.(c) 

South Carolina... Dec. 13,1927 

California July 16,1932 



New Jersey Feb. 23,1926 



Georgia May 21,1932 

War Dept \ Feb. 11,1933 

Dept. Agriculture.! Deo. 16,1930 



IV 



New Hampshire. Dec. 1,1930 

Massachusetts... June 26,1925 

South Carolina... May 10, 1932 V 

California Apr. 7,1932 Uncl.(c) 



' .\ssigned also as consul general at Capetown. 

2 Charles S. Wilson, of Maine, was appointed Minister to Yugoslavia on .Vug. 3, 1933. 



62 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 


Whence 
appointed 


Dale of 
assignment 


Class 


Thomas M. Wilson .. - . . 


Tennessee 

Missouri . 


Feb. 21,1925 
Dec. 26,1929 


II 


Lowell C. Pinkerton ... 


III 









FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



Name 


Rank at last post 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment > 


Class 


Baldwin, La Verne 


Vice consul 


New York 


July 20,1931 
Apr. 20,1933 
Dec. 31,1929 
Jan. 19,1933 
July 27,1929 
June 13.1929 
May 2,1933 
May 27, 1932 
June 27,1933 
Jan. 8, 1931 
Nov. 6.1930 
July 23,1932 
Oct. 1, 1930 
July 21,1932 
May 7, 1930 
Mar. 26, 1930 
Aug. 19,1929 
July 26,1932 
May 22, 1930 
June 18,1931 
May 1,1931 
Oct. 21,1930 
Nov. 14, 1932 
Mar. 22, 1930 
May 15, 1933 
Sept. 9,1932 
Oct. 17,1932 
July 12.1930 
Apr. 26,1933 
June 4, 1931 
Apr. 1, 1933 
Feb. 16,1933 
Oct. 19,1932 
Oct. 23,1931 
Aug. 15,1929 


Unci, (a) 

V 






Rhode Island. 


Brlggs, Ellis - 




New York 


VII 




Consul 




VI 






I 






New Mexico.. 


VII 


Dooman, Eugene H 


First secretary 


New York 


III 


Dorr, Julian C 


Consul 


New York 


VIII 


Fletcher, C Paul 


Consul 


Tennessee 


VII 


Foote, Walter A 






VI 








VI 








Unci, (a) 








VI 








IV 


Jacobs, Joseph E 


Consul 


South Carolina 


III 


Johnson, Uerschel V 


First secretary 


North Carolina 


III 


Matthews, H. Freeman 


Second secretary 


Maryland 


V 


McGurk, Joseph F 


First secretary 


New Jersey 


IV 








VI 






Missouri 


V 






New Hampshire 


II 






V 








Unci, (c) 
V 


Patterson, Jefferson .. 


First secretary 


Ohio 


Perkins, Mahlon Fay 


Counselor of legation 


California 


I 


Schoenfeld, Rudolf E 


Second secretary 


Dist Columbia 


V 






New York.. 


11 






Virginia 


VIII 








I 


Villard, Henry S 








Wailes, Edward T 




New York 


Unci. (6) 


Wiley, John C 


Counselor of embassy 


Indiana 


II 


Wilkinson, James R 


Consul 


Wisconsin 


VI 


Wilson, Edwin C 


First secretary 


Florida 


II 






New York 


IV 











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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 63 

ASSIGNMENTS TO THE FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS' TRAINING SCHOOL 



Name 


Rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Class 








Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Mar. 22, 1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Apr. 22,1933 


Unci, (c) 


Flood, Douglas 




Illinois 


Unci, (c) 








Unci, (c) 








Unci, (c) 






New York 


Unci, (c) 






Florida 


Unci, (c) 












Michigan 


Unci, (c) 






California 


Unci, (c) 








Unci, (c) 






New York ... 


Unci, (c) 


Wells, Milton K 






Unci, (c) 
Unci, (c) 















4. CONSULAR DISTRICTS 
DESCRIPTION OF CONSULAR DISTRICTS 

[Thislistcontainsonlythosecountriesin which the consular districts have been definitely delimited; countriesin which 
there is only one American consular office are omitted, since jurisdiction in each instance comprises the entire country.] 



BEL6ITTM 
Antwerp 

The Provinces of Antwerp, East Flanders, West Flanders, 
Limburg, and Liege (including the former German territories 
denominated Eupen-Malmedy); and in Africa, the Belgian 
Congo, and the Belgian mandate in Ruanda-Urundi. 



Brussels 

The Provinces of Brabant, Hainaut, Luxembourg (Belgium), 
and Namur. 

BBAZn 
Bahia 

The States of Bahia and Sergipe, and that portion of the 
State of Piauhy south of the eighth degree of latitude. 

Par& 

The States of Amazonas, MaranhSo, and ParS, that portion 
of the State of Piauhy lying north of the eighth degree of latitude, 
and Acre territory. 

Pernambaco (Becife) 

The States of Cear&, Rio Grande do Norte, Parahyba, 
Pernambuco, and Alagoas. 

Porto Alegre 
The States of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catharina. 

Rio de Janeiro 

The States of Rio de Janeiro, Espirito Santo, Minas Geraes, 
and Goyaz, and the Federal District. 

Santos 

The port and municipality of Santos and the municipality of 
Sao Vicente in the State of Sfio Paulo. 

S&o Paolo 

The State of SSo Paulo, excepting the port and municipality 
of Santos and the municipality of SSo Vicente, and the States of 
Parana and Matto Grosso. 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERBITOBY 

Amoy, Fukien 

That portion of the Province of Fukien comprised in the 
prefectures of Tingchowfu, Changchowfu, and Chiianchowfu, 
and the independent subprefecture of Lungyenchow. 

Canton, Ewangtung 

The Provinces of Kwangsi and Kweichow and that portion 
of the Province of Kwangtung west of longitude 115'. 

• Listed under Japanese Empire in sec. 3, p. 52. 

• Listed under Great Britain, etc., in sec. 3, p. 48. 

64 



Chefoo, Shantung 

The Laichow Prefecture, except the Department of Pingtu 
and all of the Province of Shantung lying east and north of a 
line drawn from Laichow to the easternmost point in the 
boundary of the former leased territory of Kiaochow. 

Dairen, Mancboria > 
The Japanese leased territory of Kwantung. 

Foochow, Fnkien 

The whole of the Province of Fukien except for four prefectures 
forming the consular district of Amoy. 

Hankow, Hupeh 

That portion of the Province of Honan south of the Yellow 
River, and the whole of the Provinces of Hupeh, Kiangsi, 
Hunan, Szechwan, Shensi, Kansu, Chinghai (Kokonor), and 
Sinkiang (Chinese Turkestan). 

Harbin, Eirin, Mancboria 

All of the Province of Heilungkiang; and all that part of the 
Province of Kirin lying to the north of the parallel of 44° north 
latitude, including the following places in Kirin which are open 
to trade: Harbin, Ninguta, Sansing, and Suifenho. 

Hong Eong > 

The British colony of Hong Kong and the Portuguese colony 
of Macau. 

Mukden, Liaonlng, Mancboria 

All of the Province of Liaoning (Fengtien) except the leased 
territory of Kwantung; and all that part of the Province of 
Kirin lying to the south of the parallel of 44° north latitude, 
including the following places in Kirin which are open to trade: 
Changchun (Kwanchengtze), Hunchun, Kirin, Lungchingtsun, 
Towtaokow, Wangching (Paitsaokow), and Yenki (Chutzu- 
chieh). 

Nanking, Eiangso 

The whole of the Province of Anhwei and all of the Province 
of Kiangsu north of the Yangtze River, and two prefectures 
south of the same (Kiangning and Chenkiang). 

Saigon, French Indochina * 
All of French Indochina. 

Shanghai, Eiangsn 

The whole of the Province of Kiangsu with the exception of 
that part which Is included in the Nanking district, the island 
of Tsungming, and the whole of the Province of Chekiang. 

Swatow, Kwangtong 

That portion of the Province of Kwangtung east of longitude 
115°. 

' Listed under France in sec. 3, p. 45. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



65 



Tientsin, Hopeh 

The Provinces of Hopeh (Chihli), Ninghsia, and Shansi, thai 
portion of the Province of Honan north of the Yellow River, 
and all of Mongolia including the [special] administrative dis- 
tricts of Suiyuan, Chahar, and Jehol. 

Tsinan, Shantnng 

That portion of the Province of Shantung, except the former 
leased territory of Kiaochow, not included in the consular dis- 
trict of Chofoo. 

Tsingtao, Kiaochow 
The former leased territory of Kiaochow. 

YUnnanfa, Yannan 

The Provinces of Yunnan and Sikang (Chwanpien), and 
Tibet. 

COLOMBIA 

Barranquilla 

The Departments of Atlantico, Magdalena, Santander del 
Norte, and Santander; that part of the Department of Antioquia 
lying to the east and southeast of a line drawn from the southern 
boundary of Antioquia due north on the meridian of 76°40' west 
of Greenwich to a point due west of Dabeiba, and thence due 
northeast to the northern boundary of the Department; 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, Vaupfis, Caqueta, Putumayo, and Amazonas; and 
the Intendencia of Meta. 

Buenaventura 

The Departments of Valle, Cauca, and Narino; that portion 
of the Intendencia of Choco lying south of 6°15' north latitude; 
and that portion of the Department of Caldas lying in the Cauca 
River basin. 

Cartagena 

The Department of Bolivar; that portion of the Department 
of Antioquia lying west and northwest of a line drawn from the 
southern boundary of Antioquia due north on the meridian of 
76°40' west of Greenwich to a point due west of Dabeiba, and 
thence due northeast to the northern boundary of the Depart- 
ment; that portion of the Intendencia of Choco lying north of 
6°15' north latitude; and the Intendencia of San Andres y 
Providencia (islands in the Caribbean). 

COSTA RICA 
Fort Lim6n 
The Province of Limdn. 

San Jos6 
All of CoBta Rica except the Province of Limon. 

EGYPT 
Alexandria 

I The Goveruorates of Alexandria and Damietta, and the six 
Provinces (Mudirias) of Lower Egypt (Behera, Daqahlia, 
Gharbia, Menufia, Qaliubia, and Sharqia). 

Cairo 

The Governorate of Cairo; the eight Provinces (Mudirias) of 

Upper Egypt (Asyut, Aswan, Beui Sucf, Fayum, Girga, Giza, 

Minia, and Qena); the Frontier Districts (Eastern Desert, the 

Egyptian Libyan Desert, Dakhla and Kharga Oases, etc.) 

171194—33 6 



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; the island of Cyprus. 

FEANCE AND POSSESSIONS 

(France) 
Bordeaux 

The Departments of Ariege, Charente, Charente-Inffirieure, 
Cher, Corrfeze, Creuse, Dordogne, Gers, Gironde, Haute- 
Garonne, Haute-Vienne, Hautes-Pyrfinfees, Indre, Landes, 
Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, Nievre, Tarn, Tarn-et-Garonne, Vienne, 
and the arrondissements of Niort and Melle of the Department 
of Deux-Sevres. 

Biarritz (vice consulate): The Department of Basses- 
PjTen6es. 

Pau (wnsular agency): The arrondissement of Pau. 
Calais 

The Department of Pas-de-Calais. 
Cherbourg 

The Departments of Manche, Calvados, and Orne. 
Havre 

The Departments of Eure, Seine-InfSrieure, and Somme. 

Dieppe (consular agency): The Department of Somme, 
and the arrondissements of Dieppe and Neufchatel-en-Bray 
(the Department of Seine-Inf6rieure) . 
Lille 

The Departments of Nord and Aisne. 
Lyon 

The Departments of Ain, AUier, Cantal, Cote-d'Or, Doubs, 
Haute-Loire, Haute-Saone, Haute-Savoie, Isere, Jura, Loire, 
Puy-de-D6me, Rhone, Saone-et-Loire, and Savoie. 
Marseille 

The Departments of Ardeche, Aude, Aveyron, Basses-Alpes, 
Bouches-du-Rhone, Drome, Gard, Hautes-Alpes, Hferault, 
Lozere, Pyrfinfees-Orientales, Var, Vaucluse, and the island of 
Corsica (Corse) . 
Nantes 

The Departments of Indre-et-Loire, Loire-Inffirieure, Maine- 
et- Loire, Vendge, Deux-Sevres (excepting the arrondissements 
of Niort and Melle), Ille-et-Vilaine, Mayenne, Finistere, Cotes- 
du-Nord, and Morbihan. 
Nice 

The Department of Alpes-Maritimes and the Principality of 
Monaco. 
Paris 

The Departments of Aube, Eure-et Loir, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, 
Marne, Gise, Sarthe, Seine, Seine-et-Marne, Seine-et-Oise, and 
Yonne; and in Africa, French West Africa (comprising Senegal, 
Mauritania, French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory Coast, 
Upper Volta, Dahomey, and Niger); the French mandates in 
Togoland and the Cameroun; French Equatorial Africa (com- 
prising Chad, Gabon, Ubangi-Shari, and Middle Congo); and 
the islands of Madagascar, Nossi Be, Ste. Marie, the Comoro 
Islands, the Glorious Islands, Reunion Island, and St. Paul 
Island. 
Strasbourg 

The Departments of Ardennes, Bas-Rhin, Haut-Marne, 
Haut-Rhin, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Mouse, Moselle, and Vosges; 
the Territory of Belfort; and including jurisdiction over the 
Saar Basin Territory as subject to eventual plebiscites. 



66 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



(Fossessioni) 
Algiers, Algeria 
All ot Algeria, Including the Territories of the South. 

Tunis 

All of Tunisia. 

QEKUANT 
Berlin 

The Prussian Provinces of Berlin, Brandenburg, Pomerania, 
and East Prussia (Including the Reglerungsbezirk of Marien- 
werder), and the border district of Posen-West Prussia 
(Qrenzmark Posen-Westpreussen). 

Bremen 

The Free State and city of Bremen, the Prussian Province 
of Hanover, the State of Brunswick, the State of Oldenburg 
(except the exclaves of Landesteil Birkenfeld and Landesteil 
Lubeck), and the Kreis Rinteln belonging to the Prussian Prov- 
ince of Hesse- Nassau. 

Breslau 
The Prussian Provinces of Upper and Lower Silesia. 

Cologne 

The Rhine Province (not including jurisdiction over Saar 
Basin Territory which is subject to eventual plebiscites), the 
enclave of Landesteil Birkenfeld belonging to the State of Olden- 
burg, the Prussian Province of Westphalia, and the States of 
Schaumburg-Lippe, Lippe, and Waldeck. 

Dresden 

The State of Saxony, with the exception of the Kreishaupt- 
mannschaft of Leipzig. 

Frankfort-on-the-Main 

The Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau (except the exclaves 
of Kreis Rinteln and Kreis Schmalkalden), the State of Hesse, 
and the Bavarian Palatinate (Pfalz) (not including jurisdiction 
over Saar Basin Territory which is subject to eventual plebis- 
cites). 

Hamburg 

The Free State and city of Hamburg, the Prussian Province 
of Schleswig-Holstein, the States of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, 
Mecklenburg-Strelitz, and Lubeck, and Landesteil Lubeck 
belonging to the State of Oldenburg. 

Leipzig 

The Kreishauptmannschaft of Leipzig in the State of Saxony, 
the States of Thuringia and Anhalt, the Prussian Province of 
Saxony, and the Kreis of Schmalkalden belonging to the Prus- 
sian Province of Hesse-Nassau. 

Monich 

The State of Bavaria with the exception of the Bavarian 
Palatinate (Pfalz). 

StuKgart 

The States of Wiirttemberg, Baden, and the Prussian Prov- 
ince of Hohenzollern. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, BRITISH 
DOMINIONS BETOND THE SEAS, INDIA 

(Great Britain i— Northern Ireland) 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 

Northern Ireland (counties of Antrim, Armagh, Down, Lon- 
donderry, Fermanagh, and Tyrone). 



Birmingham, England 

All of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire (including the Soke 
of Peterborough), Rutlandshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire 
and Staffordshire; 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 
Drayton (excluded). 

Bradford, England 

That part of Yorkshire (portions of the administrative coun- 
ties of West Riding and North Riding) comprised within the 
following boundaries: Beginning at the point common to the 
boundaries of Yorkshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire, thence fol- 
lowing the Yorkshire boundary westwardly and northwardly 
to the point where a straight line drawn from Colne (Lancashire) 
to Hawes (North Riding) intersects the Lancashire-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 (ex- 
cluded); thence following the same boundary to Goole (ex- 
cluded); thence southwestwardly to Thorne (excluded) ; thence 
westwardly through Barnsley (excluded) and Penistone (ex- 
cluded) to the point of beginning. 

Bristol, England 

All of Gloucestershire and Somersetshire, and those portions 
of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the northwest of a line drawn 
from the point common to the boundaries of Wiltshire, Somer- 
setshire, and Dorsetshire northeastwardly to Marlborough 
(excluded); and continued northeastwardly through Didcot 
(excluded) to the Berkshire- Oxfordshire boundary. 

Cardiff, Wales 

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

Dundee, Scotland 

The counties of Angus (Forfar), Perth, Kincardine, Aberdeen, 
Banff, Moray (Elgin), Nairn, Sutherland, Caithness, Orkney, 
Shetland, Ross and Cromarty, and that portion of the county 
of Inverness north of a line from Rannoch following the railroad 
via Tulloch and Spean Bridge to Gairlochy Inn (all excluded) 
on the Caledonian Canal, thence northeast to the outlet of Loch 
Arkaig into Loch Lochy, thence westward by the river Dessary 
and Loch Nevis to the sea, and including all of the Hebrides or 
Westward Islands (comprising parts of the counties of Inverness, 
and Ross and Cromarty); also that portion of county Fife to 
the north and east of a line connecting Newburgh on the Tay, 
CoUessie, Cupar, Ceres, and Lower Largo on the Firth of Forth 
via the main road, these and all other towns on the main road 
being included in the Dundee consular district. 

Edinburgh, Scotland 

The counties of Midlothian (Edinburgh), Westlothian 
(Linlithgow), East Lothian (Haddington), Peebles, Selkirk, 
Dumfries, Roxburgh, Berwick, Kinross, and Clackmannan, and 
that portion of county Fife to the south and west of a line con- 
necting Newburgh on the Tay, Collessie, Cupar, Ceres, and 
Lower Largo on the Firth of Forth, via the main road, these 
and all other towns on the main road being excluded. 



The ooanties in England as mentioned in these descriptions Include the associated "county borough " cities. 



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(ow, Scotland 

le counties of Lanark, Renfrew, Dumbarton, Stirling. 
'11, Bute, Ayr, Kirkcudbright, and Wigtown, and that por- 
of the county of Inverness south of a line from Rannoch 
sving the railroad via TuUoch and Spean Bridge to Qair- 
J Inn (all included) on the Caledonian Canal, thence north- 
to the outlet of Loch Arkaig into Loch Lochy, thence west- 
1 by the river Dessary and Loch Nevis to the sea. 
, England 

I of the East Riding and portions of the North Riding and 
t Riding of Yorkshire, together with a portion oftheadmln- 
tlve county known as the Parts of Lindsey in Lincolnshire 
h lie within the following line: Beginning at Saltfleet 
uded) on the Lincolnshire coast, a line drawn westwardly 
le point common to the boundaries of Lincolnshire, York- 
1, and Nottlnghamshhre; thence northwardly to Thome 
uded) and Qoole (Included); thence along the East Riding- 
t Riding boundary to Selby (Included); thence along the 
) boundary to the city of York (excluded); thence in a 
ght line northwestwardly to Richmond (excluded); thence 
north to the Yorkshire boundary; thence eastwardly along 
iforkshire boundary to the sea, but excepting the city (county 
ugh) of Middlesbrough. 

rpool, England 

lose portions of Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire and 
iberland lying within a line drawn from the point where 
River Severn cuts the western boundary of Shropshire; 
heastwardly to Market Drayton (included); thence east- 
ily by the northern boundary of Staflordshlre to Harecastle, 
ice northwestwardly to Middlewich (Included); thence 
hwestwardly through Warrington (included), Wigan 
luded), Preston (excluded), and Lancaster (excluded), 
extending In a straight line across a portion of Morecambe 
' to the southernmost point of Westmorland on the coast; 
ice along the Lancashire-Westmorland boundary north- 
dly and westwardly to the Cumberland boundary; thence 
;hwestwardly to St. Bees Head; and the following counties 
Vales: Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, 
rionethshire, and Montgomeryshire; and the Isle of Man. 

don, England 

II of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire (including the Isle of Ely), 
itlngdonshlre, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxford- 
e, Surrey, East Sussex, and all counties to the east thereof 
sex, Hertfordshire, Kent, London, Middlesex, East Suflolk, 

West Suflolk); that portion of Berkshire to the east of a line 
vn through Reading (Included) to the Surrey-Hampshire 
ndary; and that portion of West Sussex to the east of a line 
^n from the Surrey-Hampshire boundary southeastwardly 
ilttlehampton (included). 

ichester, England 

hose portions of Cheshire, Lancashire, and the West Riding 
forkshlre, comprised within a line beginning at the point 
imon to the boundaries of Cheshire, Derbyshire, and Stafford- 
e; thence northwardly along the eastern boundary of Chesh- 
and Lancashire to the point where a straight line drawn 
a Colne (Lancashire) to Hawes (North Riding of Yorkshire) 
irsects the Lancashire- West Riding boundary; thence north- 
dly along said line to the boundary between the West 
ling and the North Riding of Yorkshire; thence westwardly 
ig said West Riding-North Riding boundary to the West- 
iand boundary; thence along the southern boundary of 
stmorlanC to the sea; thence In a line drawn southeastwardly 
jugh Lancaster (Included), Preston (included), WIgan 



(included), Warrington (excluded) and Middlewich (excluded) 
to the Staflordshlre boundary at Harecastle, and thence east- 
wardly by the north boundary of Staflordshlre to the point of 
beginning. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

All of Durham, Northumberland, and Westmorland; that 
part of Cumberland to the north of a line drawn from the point 
common to the boundaries of Cumberland, Lancashire and 
Westmorland northwestwardly 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). 

Sheffield, England 

All of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and, in Lincolnshire, 
the Parts of Kesteven, and the Parts of Holland; and those 
portions of the West Riding of Yorkshire and the Parts of Lind- 
sey in Lincolnshire lying to the south of a line drawn from the 
point common to the boundaries of Yorkshire, Derbyshire and 
Cheshire, eastwardly through Penistone (included) and Bamsley 
(included) to Thome (excluded); thence southwardly to the 
Lincolnshire-Nottinghamshire boundary; thence eastwardly 
to the sea at Saltfleet (excluded). 

Southampton, England 

All of Hampshire (administrative county of Southampton 
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 
Somersetshire, northeastwardly to Marlborough in Wiltshire 
(Included), and continued through Didcot, in Berkshire 
(included) to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire boundary; thence 
southwardly along said boundary to Reading, and thence 
southeastwardly from Reading (excluded) to the Hampshire- 
Surrey boundary; that portion of West Sussex which lies west of 
a line drawn from the Hampshire-Surrey boundary south- 
eastwardly to Littlehampton (excluded); and the Channel 
Islands. 

(Africa) 

lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

British West Africa, comprising Nigeria, the Gold Coast, 
Sierra Leone, and Gambia; and the British mandates in Togo- 
land and the Cameroons. 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Colony and Protectorate; Uganda; the British man- 
date in Tanganyika Territory; Zanzibar (including Pemba); 
the Seychelles and adjacent British islands. 

(India) 
Bombay 

Bombay Presidency (excepting Sind and Including the Rann 
of Cutch), Baroda, Central India Agency, Central Provinces 
and Berar, and Qwalior. 

Calcutta 

Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, Assam, United Provinces of Agra 
and Oudh, Delhi, that part of the Punjab known as the dis- 
trict of Simla, Slkkim, Nepal, and Bhutan. 

Karachi 

Sind, Rajputana, Ajmer-Merwara, Punjab (with the excep- 
tion of the district of Simla), Kashmir, North West Frontier, 
Baluchistan, and Afghanistan. 



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Madras 

Madras Presidency, native States of Hyderabad, Mysore, 
Travancore, Cochin, and Coorg. 

Bangoon 
Burma, and the Andaman and Nioobar Islands. 

(Other Asia) 
Aden, Arabia 

The settlement and protectorate of Aden; and (informally) 
Saudi Arabia (formerly called the Kingdom of the Hejaz and 
Nejd and its Dependencies— including Asir and El Hasa), 
Yemen, Hadramaut, and islands adjacent to the above terri- 
tories, including the island of Socotra. 

Fenang, Straits Settlements 

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

Singapore, Straits Settlements 

The Straits Settlements of Singapore (including theCocos 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 Sembilan, Pa- 
hang, and Selangor; the Unfederated Malay States of Johore, 
Kelantan, and Trengganu; the State of North Borneo, Brunei, 
and Sarawak. 

(Australia) 

Adelaide, South Australia 
South Australia and Western Australia. 

Brisbane, Queensland 
The State of Queensland. 

Melbourne, Victoria 
The State of Victoria, and Tasmania. 

Sydney, New South Wales 

The State of New South Wales (including the Broken Eill 
Properties), the Federal Capital Territory, the Northern 
Territory of Australia, the Territory of Papua, all British 
islands in the Pacific under Australian administration, and the 
Australian mandated territory of New Guinea. 

(Hew 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. 

Christchurch (consular agency): In South Island, the Prov- 
inces of Westland and Canterbury and that part of the Prov- 
inces of Nelson and Marlborough south of 42° south latitude. 

Dunedin (consular agency): Otago Province in South Island 
and Stewart Island. 

(West Indies) 
Kingston, Jamaica 
All of the island of Jamaica. 

GREECE 

Athens 

The Provinces (Nomoi) of Attica-Boeotia, Chios, Cyclades, 
Euboea, Larissa, Lesbos (Mytllinl), Phthiotis-Phokis, Samos, 
and Trikkala, and the Island of Crete (Provinces of Candia 
[Ileraclion], Canea, Lasithion, and Retimo). 



Patras 

The Provinces of Achaia-Elis, iEtolia-AcarnanIa, Arcadia, 
Argolis-Corinthia, Arta, Cephalonia, Corfu, Laconia, Messenia, 
Preveza, Yannina, and Zante. 

Salonika (Thessalonike) 

The Provinces of Drama, Evros, Fiorina, Khalkidike, Ka- 
valla, Kozani, Pellis, Rodopi, Serres, and Salonika (Thes- 
salonikfi). 

HONDURAS 
Ceiba 

Eastern Atlantida (to the Colorado River), Eastern Yoro 
including the city of Yoro, Colon, La Mosquitia, and Bay 
Islands. 

Tela (vice consulate): Western Atlantida (from the Colorado 
River west). Western Yoro, and Northern Comayagua. 

Puerto Cortes 
Cortes, Santa Barbara, CopSn, Ocotepeque, and Qracias. 

Tegucigalpa 

Tegucigalpa, Southern Comayagua, including the city of 
Comayagua, Intlbuca, La Paz, Choluteca, El Paraiso, Valle, 
and Olancbo. 

IRAQ (MESOPOTAMIA) 
Baghdad 

All of Iraq; and in Arabia (informally), Kuwait, Bahrein, 
Qatar, the Trucial Coast, and Oman (Muscat). 

IRISH FREE STATE 
Cork 
The Province of Munster. 

Dublin 

The Provinces of Leinster and Connaught: and the Counties 
of Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal. 

Qalway (consular agency): The Province of Connaught. 

ITALY 

Florence 

The Provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forli, Modena, Ravenna, 
and Reggio Emilia, in the Compartimento of Emilia; the 
Provinces of Arezzo, Firenze (Florence), and Pistoia, in the 
Compartimento of Toscana (Tuscany); and the Republic of 
San Marino. 

Genoa 

The Provinces of Genova (Genoa), Imperia, Savona, and 
Spezia, in the Compartimento of Liguria. 

leghorn 

The Provinces of Grosseto, Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca, INIassa, 
Pisa, and Siena, in the Compartimento of Toscana (Tuscany). 

Messina 

The Provinces of Catania, Messina, Ragusa, and Siracusa 
(Syracuse), In the island (Compartimento) of Sicily; and the 
Provinces of Catanzaro, Cosenza, and Reggio Calabria, in the 
Compartimento of Calabria. 

MUan 

The Provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Man- 
tova, Milano (Milan), Pavia, Sondrio, and Varese, in the Com- 
partimento of Lombardy; and the Provinces of Parma and 
Piacenza in the Compartimento of Emilia. 

Naples 

The Provinces of Avellino, Benevento, Napoll (Naples), and 
Salerno, in the Compartimento of Campania; the Provinces of 
Bari, BrindisI, Foggla, lonio (Taranto), and Lecce, in the Com- 
partimento of Puglie (Apulia); the Provinces of Matera and 



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Potenza, in the Compartimento of Basilicata; and in Africa, 
Italian Libya (Libia Italiana), comprising Tripolitania and 
Cirenaica. 

Palermo 

The Provinces of Agrigento (Qirgenti), Caltanissetta, Enna 
(Castrogiovanni), Palermo, and Trapani, In the island (Com- 
partimento) of Sicily. 



The Provinces of Frosinone, Rieti, Roma (Rome), and VI- 
terbo, in the Compartimento of Lazio; the Provinces of Perugia 
and Temi, in the Compartimento of Umbria; the Provinces of 
Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Macerata, and Pesaro, in the Com- 
partimento of Marche; the Provinces of Aquila, Campobasso, 
Chieti, Pescara, and Teramo, in the Compartimento of Abruzzi 
e Molise; the Provinces of Cagliari, Nuoro, and Sassari, in the 
island (and comprising the Compartimento) of Sardinia. 

Trieste 

The Provinces of Carnaro (Flume), Qorlzla, Istrla (Pola), 
Trieste, and Zara, in the Compartimento of Venezla Qlulla; and 
the Province of Friull (Udine) in the Compartimento of Veneto. 

Turin 

The Provinces of Alessandria, Aosta, Cuneo, Novara, Torine 
(Turin), and Vercelll, in the Compartimento of Piemonte 
(Piedmont). 

Venice 

The Provinces of Belluno, Padova, Rovlgo, Trevlso, Venezla 
(Venice), Verona, and Vlcenza, In the Compartimento of Ve- 
neto; the Provinces of Bolzano and Trento, in the Compartl- 
jiento of Venezla Trldentlna. 

JAPANESE EMPIBE 
Kobe, Japan 

The Prefectures of Shlmane, Tottorl, Hiroshima, Okayama, 
Hyogo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Wakayama, Kagawa, Tokushlma, 
Ehlme, Kochl. 

Nagasaki, Japan 

The Prefectures of Yamaguchl, Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, 
Olta, Kumamoto, Mlyazakl, Kagoshlma, Okinawa, Including 
the Ryukyu Islands. 

Nagoya, Japan 

The Prefectures of Mlye, Shiga, Fukul, Ishlkawa, Toyama, 
Qifu, Aichi, and the Prefecture of Nagano except the gun 
(county) of Kitasaku (the principal cities of which are Iwa- 
murata, Karuisawa, and Komoro). 

Seoul, Chosen 
All of Chosen (Korea). 

Talhoku, Taiwan 
All of Taiwan (Formosa), and the Pescadores Islands. 

Tokyo, Japan 

The Prefectures of Yamanashl, Chlba, Tokyo, Saltama, Iba- 
rakl. Gumma, Tochlgl, Nllgata, Fukushlma, Yamagata, Ml- 
yagi, Aklta, Iwate, Aomorl, and in the Prefecture of Nagano 
the gun (county) of Kitasaku (the principal cities of which 
are Iwamurata, Karuisawa, 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 Oovernment 
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 ! 



Izuoka and Kanagawa. 



lUXEMBUEQ 
Luxemburg 
All of the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg. 

MEXICO 
Agua Prieta, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying north of latitude 29° and 
east of 110° west longitude, but excepting the territory imme- 
diately tributary to the Cananea-Naco Railway. 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua 

That portion of the State of Chihuahua lying to the south and 
east of a line drawn from the Sonora boundary 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 through, and Including, San Antonio on 
the Rio Grande. 

Durango, Dnrango 

That part of the State of Durango lying west of a line drawn 
due south from the Chihuahua boundary to Descubrldora, thence 
In a southeasterly direction from Descubridora (excluded) to 
the intersection of the meridian of 103" 30' west longitude with 
the Durango State boundary; that part of the State of Zacatecas 
lying to the west of the meridian of 103° 30' west longitude; and 
that part of the State of Jalisco lying north of latitude 22" and 
west of the meridian of 103° 30' west longitude. 

Ensenada, Baja California 

That part of the northern territory of Ba]a California (north 
of latitude 28°) lying to the south and west of a line drawn from 
the international boundary at Tijuana (included) to a point at 
32° north and 116° west, and thence to a point on the Gulf of 
California in latitude 30° north. 

Guadalajara, Jalisco 

Those parts of the States of Jalisco and Zacatecas lying to the 
south of latitude 22°; and the State of Colima. 

Guaymas, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying south of latitude 29°, 
and the southern territory of Baja California (south of latitude 
28°). 

Matamoros, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying north of latitude 
24°, and south of a line drawn east and west just to the north of 
MIer on the Rio Grande. 

Mazatl4n, Sinaloa 
The States of Sinaloa and Nayarlt. 

Mezicali, Baja California 

That part of the northern territory of Baja California lying to 
the north and east of a line drawn from the international bound- 
ary at Tijuana (excluded) to a point at 32° north and 116° west, 
and thence to a point on the Gulf of California in latitude 30° 
north; also that part of the State of Sonora lying west of 113° 
west longitude. 

Mexico, D.F. 

The States of Querfetaro, Hidalgo, Puebla, Tlaicala, Morelos, 
Mexico, Michoac&n, Guerrero, and the Federal District; and that 
part of the State of Oaxaca north and west of a line drawn due 



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east from the Guerrero boundary to Yautepeo (San Carlos Yau- 
tdpec) passing through and Including E]utla, thence northeast- 
wardly from and including Yautepeo to the Rio La Trinidad 
at the point where it first touches the Oaxaca- Veracruz bounda- 
ry, the town of Tuxtepec, Oaxaca (near the Veracruz State bound- 
ary), however, being excluded from the Mexico, D.F., district. 

Monterrey, Nuevo leon 

That part of the State of Nuevo Leon lying south of a line 
drawn through and including Qolondrinas, in a direction slightly 
south of east through ParSs (excluded) ; and excepting also that 
part of Nuevo Leon to the west of a line connecting the two 
southeastern points of the State of Coahuila. 

Nogales, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying north of latitude 29°, 
east of 113° west longitude, and west of 110° west longitude and 
Including the territory immediately tributary to the Cananea 
Naco Railway. 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Nuevo Le6n lying north of a line pass- 
ing through, but excluding, Qolondrinas, in a direction slightly 
south of east through Par&s (included) ; and that part of the State 
of Tamaulipas to the north of a line drawn east and west just to 
the north of MIer on the Rio Grande. 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila 

That part of the State of Coahuila lying to the north and 
east of a line drawn on the parallel of 28° north latitude from the 
Chihuahua boundary due east as far as La F6; thence south- 
eastwardly from La F6 (excluded) to Cuatro Cienegas (included) ; 
thence directly east through a point Just south of Monclova 
to the Nuevo Leon boundary. 

Progreso, Yucatan 
The States of Campeche and Yucatan. 

Saltillo, Coahuila 

That part of the State of Coahuila lying to the south of a line 
drawn from, but excluding, Cuatro Cienegas easiwardly to the 
Nuevo Leon boundary, through a point just south of Monclova, 
and to the east of a line drawn from Cuatro Cienegas south- 
wardly to, but excluding, Parras, and thence southeastwardly 
to the Zacatecas boundary at a point directly north of Mazapil, 
Zacatecas; that part of the State of Zacatecas lying to the east 
of a line drawn north and south through, and including, Maza- 
pil; that part of the State of Nuevo Leon lying to the north- 
west of a line connecting the two southeastern points of the State 
of Coahuila. 

San Luis Potosf , San Luis Fotosi 

The State of San Luis Potosl, except that portion lying to the 
east of a line drawn due north and south through, but excluding, 
the town of Tamazopo (approximately 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, to the east of the meridian of 103° 30* west 
longitude, 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 lati- 
tude 24"; that part of the State of Veracruz lying north of the 
Rio Cazones; and that part of the State of San Luis Potosl 
lying to the east of a line drawn north and south through, and 
including, the town of Tamaeopo (approximately In longitude 
99" 25' west of Greenwich). 



Torrefin, Coahuila 

Those parts of the States of Coahuila, Durango, and Zacateca.^ 
lying within the following boundaries: the parallel of 28° latitude 
from the Chihuahua boundary due east as far as La Fe, Coahuila 
(included); thence southeastwardly to Cuatro Cienegas (ex- 
cluded); thence southwardly to Parras, Coahuila (included); 
thence southeastwardly to the Coahuila-Zacatecas boundary at a 
point directly north of Mazapil, Zacatecas; thence directly south 
on a line through Mazapil (excluded) to the Zacatecas-San Luis 
Potosl boundary; thence southwestwardly on the Zacatecas-San 
Luis Potosl boundary to the Tropic of Cancer; thence due west 
on the Tropic of Cancer to 103° 30' west longitude; thence north- 
wardly on the meridian of 103° 30' west longitude to the Zacatecas- 
Durango boundary; thence by a straight line In a northwesterly 
direction to Descubridora, Durango (Included), intersecting the 
railroad between Torreon and Durango so as to leave the towns 
of Pedricefia, Agua Vieja, and Pasaje in the Torreon district; 
thence directly north by e line through Descubridora to the 
northern boundary of Durango; thence eastwardly by the 
Durango-Chibuahua boundary and northwardly by the Coa- 
huIla-Chihuahua boundary to latitude 28°. 

Veracruz, Veracruz 

The States of Chiapas and Tabasco; that part of the State of 
Veracruz lying to the south and east of the Rio Cazones; that 
part of the State of Oaxaca lying south and east of e line drawn 
from the Guerrero boundary directly east to Yautepeo (San 
Carlos Yautepec) passing through but excluding Ejutla, thence 
northeastwardly from, but excluding, Yautepec to the Rio La 
Trinidad at the point where it first touches the Oaxaca- Vera- 
cruz boundary; the town of Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, near the Vera- 
cruz State boundary, Is also Included. 

MOROCCO 
Casablanca 

The zone of the French Protectorate in Morocco. 

Tangier 

The international zone of Tangier, and the Spanish protected 
territory In Morocco, as well as Ceuta and Melilla. 

NETHERIANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 
Amsterdam 

The Provinces of North Holland, Drenthe, Friesland, Gelder- 
land, Gronlngen, Overijssel, and Utrecht. 

Rotterdam 

The Provinces of South Holland, Llmburg, North Brabant, 
and Zeeland. 

(Possessions) 

Batavia, Java, Netherland East Indies 

In Java, the western half (west of administrative political 
boundary lines approximately 110° east of Greenwich), com- 
prising: the Province of West Java (the Residencies of Bantam, 
Batavia, Buitenzorg, Cheribon, and Priangan); and in the 
Province of Middle Java, the Residencies of Pekalongan, 
Banjoemas, and Kedoe. In Sumatra, the southern half (south 
of administrative political boundary lines which approximate 
the Equator) and islands adjacent to southern Sumatra, com- 
prising: the Residencies of Sumatra's Westkust, Benkoelen, 
the Lampongs (Lampoengsche districten), Palembang, Djambi, 
Riouw and dependencies (Riouw en Onderhoorigheden), and 
Bangka and dependencies (Bangka en Onderhoorigheden), 
and the autonomous Subresidency of Billiton. In Borneo, the 
Residency of the Western District (Residentie Westerafdeeling) , 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



Medan, Sumatra, Netherland East Indies 

In Sumatra, the northern half (north of administrative poli- 
tical boundary lines which approximate the Equator) and is- 
lands adjacent to northern Sumatra, comprising: the Govern- 
ments of Achin and dependencies (Atjeh en Onderboorigheden) 
and Sumatra East Coast (Oostkust van Sumatra), and the 
Residency of Tapanoeli. 

Surabaya, Java, Netherland East Indies 

In Java, the eastern half (east of administrative political 
boundary lines approximately 110° east of Greenwich), com- 
prising: the Province of East Java (the Residencies of Besoeki, 
Bodjonegoro, Kedirl, Madioen, Madoera [island], Malang, 
Probolinggo, and Soerabaja [Surabaya]); the Government of 
Socrakarta; the Government of Jogjakarta; and in the Province 
of Middle Java, the Residencies of Djapara-Rembang and Sema- 
rang. In Borneo, the Residency of the Southern and Eastern 
Districts (Residentie Zuider- en Oosterafdeeling) . All Nether- 
land possessions east of Java and Borneo, comprising the Resi- 
dencies of Bali and Lombok (Bali en Lombok), Timor and 
dependencies (Timor en Onderboorigheden), and Manado 
(in Celebes), the Government of Celebes and dependencies 
(Oouvernement Celebes en Onderboorigheden), and the Govern- 
ment of the Moluccas (Gouvernement der Molukken) which 
includes Netherland New Guinea. 

NICABA6UA 
Corinto 

That part of Nicaragua lying to the west of a straight line pass- 
ing through a point on the Rio Segovia (Wanks River) in longi- 
tude 85° 30' west and a point on the Rio San Juan In longitude 
84° 30' west. 

Puerto Cabezas 

That part of Nicaragua lying to the east of a straight line pass- 
ing through a point on the Rio Segovia (Wanks River) in longi- 
tude 85° SC west and a point on the Rio San Juan In longitude 
84° SC west. 

NORWAY 
Bergen 

The Provinces of Hordaland, Sogn eg Fjordane, and that 
portion of the Province of M|)re known as Sunnmfire. 
Oslo 

The Provinces of Akershus, Aust-Agder, Buskerud, Finn- 
mark, Hedmark, Nordland, Nord-Tr0ndelag, Opland, Roga- 
land, S0r-Tr0ndelag, Vest-Agder, Vestfold, Telemark, Troms, 
0stfold, and that portion of the Province of M0re known as 
Nordm0re; the island of Jan Mayen and the Archipelago of 
Svalbard (Spitsbergen). 

PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 
Lisbon 

The administrative districts of Beja, Castelo Branco, Evora, 
Faro (Algarve), Leiria, Lisboa, Portalegre, Santar6m, and Setu- 
bal; and in Africa, Portuguese Guinea, Angola, and the Portu- 
guese possessions of St. Thomas Island (Sao Tom6), and Prince's 
Island (Principe). 

Oporto 

The administrative districts of Aveiro, Braga, Braganca, 
Coimbra, Guarda, Porto, Viana do Castelo, Vila Real, and 
Vizeu. 

(Possessions) 
Funchal, Madeira 

The Madeira Islands and the Cape Verde Island?, 



Lourengo Marques, Mozambique 
Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa). 

St. Michael's (Sao Miguel) , Azores 
The Azores (Agores). 

SPAIN 
Alicante 
The Provinces of Alicante and Murcla. 

Barcelona 

The Provinces of Barcelona, Gerona, Huesca, Lfrida, Tar- 
ragona, Zaragoza, and the Balearic Islands; 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. 

Tarragona (consular agency) : The Province of Tarragona. 

Bilbao 

The Provinces of Alava, Burgos, Logrofio, Navarra, Vizcaya, 
Guipfizcoa. Palencia, and Santander. 

Las Palmas, Canary Islands 

The Province of Las Palmas, comprising the islands of Fuer- 
teventura, Gran Canaria, and Lanzarote, and adjacent islands. 

Madrid 

The Provinces of Avila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara, 
Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria, Toledo, and Valladolid. 

M&Iaga 
The Provinces of Granada, Ja§n, M61aga, and Almeria. 

Seville 

The Provinces of Badajoz, Cficeres, C6diz, Cordoba, Iluelva, 
and Sevilla. 

Tenerife, Canary Islands 

The Province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, comprising the 
islands of Gomero, Hierro (Ferro), Palma, and Tenerife. 

Valencia 
The Provinces of Albacete, Castellon, Teruel, and Valencia. 

Vigo 

The Provinces of Corufia, Leon, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, 
Zamora, and Oviedo, 

SWEDEN 
GBteborg 

The Lane (provinces) of Alfsborg, Blekinge, GBteborg och 
Bohus, Halland, Jonkoping, Kalmar, Kristianstad, Kronoberg, 
Malmohus, Skaraborg, and Vttrmland. 

Stockholm 

The Provinces of JSmtland, Vasternorrland, Gafleborg, 
Kopparberg, Uppsala, Vastmanland, Stockholm, Orebro, 
Sodermanland, Ostergdtland, Gottland, Norrbotten, and 
VUsterbotten. 

SWITZERLAND 
Basel 

The Cantons of Basel and Solothurn. 

Bern 

The Cantons of Bern, Frlbourg, and Neuchfttel. 
Oeneva 

The Cantons of Geneva, Valals, and Vaud. 
Zttrich 

The Cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen, Zflrich, Zug, Glarus, 
Ticlno, Thurgau, Appenzell, St. Oallen, Oraubflnden, Luzern. 
Unterwalden, Url, and Schwyz. 



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SYRIA 
Beirut 
All of the French mandated territory of Syria and theLebanon_ 

TURKEY 

Istanbul (Constantinople) ' 

The vilayets of Istanbul (Constantinople) and Canakkale 
(Dardanelles); the three vilayets situated wholly in Europe, 
namely, Edirne (Adrianople), Kirklareli (Kirk-Kilissa), and 
Tekirdag (Rodosto); and the following vilayets in Asia: Balikesir 
(Karassi), Bursa (Brusa), Bllecik (Erthogrul), Eskijehir (Eski. 
Shehir), Ankara (Angora), Kirjehir (Kir-Shehir), Kayseri 
(Kaisaria), Sivas, Erzincan (Erzinjan), Eldziz (Mamuret-ul-Aziz 
or Harpuf), Divarbekir (Diarbekr), Muf {Mush or Bitlis), Van, 
and all vilayets to the north thereof, namely, Amasya (Amasia), 
Artvin, Bayazit {Bayezii), Bolu, Corum (Chorum), Erzurum 
{Erzerum), Giimiijane (Qumush-Haneh), Cankiri (Chankirl 
or Kangri), §ebin Karahisar (Shabin-Kara-Hissar, or Kara- 
Hissar-Sharki), Kars, Kastamonu (Kastamuni), Giresun 
(Kerasund), Kocaeli (Koja-Ili or Izmid), Ordu, Rize (Rizeh or 
Lazistan), Samsun (Janik;, Sinop, Tokat, Trabzon (Trebizond), 
Yozgat (Yozgad or Bozyuk), and Zonguldak (Zunguldak). 

Izmir (Smyrna) 

The following vilayets in Asia: Izmir (Smyrna), Manisa 
(Magnesia or Saruhan), Kiltahya (Kutahla), Afyon Karahisar 
(Afion-Kara-Hissar), Konya (Konla), Aksaray (Ak-Seral), 
Nigde (Nigdeh), Adana, Mara? (Marash), Malatya (Malatia), 
Urfa, Mardln, Sikt (Saerd), Hakftri (Hakiarl), and all vilayets 
to the south thereof, namely, Antalya (Adalia or Tekeh), Aydin 
(Aidln), Burdur, Denizli, Gazi Antep (Ghazl-Aintab), Icel 
(Itchll), Cebelibereket (Jebel-Bereket), Mugla (Mentesheh), 
Mersin (Mersina), and Isparta (Sparta or Hamid-Abad); and 
all islands not under Greek administration lying south of the 
Gulf of Edremid (Adramyti) and adjacent to the Turkish 
coast, including the Italian islands of the Aegean (Isole Itali- 
ane dell' Egeo)— the Dodecanese Islands and the island of 
Castelrosso (Castellorizzo). 

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 man- 
dated territory of South-West Africa; and the islands of St. 
Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. 



Durban, Natal 
Natal; Basutoland; and the island of Mauritius. 

Johannesburg, Transvaal 

The Transvaal; Orange Free State; Swaziland; Southern 
Rhodesia; Northern Rhodesia; and Nyasaland Protectorate. 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Province 

That part of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope lying 
east of 25° east longitude. 

VENEZUELA 
Caracas 

The States of Anzo&tegui, Apure, Aragua, Bolivar, Carabobo, 
Cojedes, GuSrico, Lara, Miranda, Monagas, Nueva Esparta, 
Portuguesa, Sucre, Yaracuy, and Zamora; that part of the 
State of Falcon lying east of a line running north and south 
through, but excluding, the town of La Vela; the Territories of 
Amazonas and Delta Amacuro; and, in the Federal District, the 
Department of Libertador, except the Parish of Macuto. 

La Guaira (vice consulate): That part of the Federal Dlstrii t 
comprising all of the Department of Vargas, and the Parish cf 
Macuto In the Department of Libertador 

Maracaibo 

The States of Mfirida, T&chlra, Trujillo, and Zulia; and thht 
part of the State of Falcon lying west of a line running north and 
south through, but including, the town of La Vela. 

YUGOSIAVIA 
Belgrade 

The Banovine (provinces) of Drina, Dunav (Danube), 
Morava, Vardar, and in the Banovina (province) of Zeta the 
eastern portion only as included in the Okruzni Inspektorati 
(administrative inspectorates) of Bijelo Polje and Mitrovitsaj 
(This jurisdiction comprises roughly the former territories of 
Voivodina, Bosnia [eastern], Serbia, South Serbia, and Serbian 
Macedonia.) 

Zagreb 

The Banovine (provinces) of Drava, Sava, Vrbas, Primorsta 
(Sea Coast), and in the Banovina (province) of Zeta the western 
portion only as included in the Okruzni Inspektorati (adminis- 
trative inspectorates) of Dubrovnik and Cetinje. (This juris- 
diction comprises roughly the territories formerly known as 
Slovenia, Croatia-Slavonia, Bosnia [western], Dalmatia, 
Hercegovina, and Montenegro.) 



> 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. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ALIOCATION OF PROVINCES, STATES, ETC., TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 

[This list contains only those countries in which the consular districts have been definitely delimited. 
Consulates general are marked e.g.: vice consulates, v.c: consulates are unmarked. Consular agencies do not 
appear since their districts are includeii within the districts of the offices to which the agencies are subordinate.] 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

Libya [Libia Italiana] Naples, Italy, e.g. 

IVIadagascar (including Comoro Islands, 

Glorious Islands, Ste. Marie Island, 

and Nossi B6) 

Madeira Islands. See Madeira, p. 83. 

Mauritania (Fr. W. Afr.) 

Mauritius (island) 

Middle Congo [Moyen-Congo] (Fr. 

Equat. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Morocco. See Morocco, p. 84; 

Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa) . Lourenfo Marques 

Natal. See under Union of South 

Africa, p. 88. 

Niger (Fr. W. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Nigeria (Br. W. Africa) Lagos 

Northern Rhodesia Johannesburg, Trans- 



Paris, France, e.g. 



Paris, France, e.g. 
Durban, Natal 



Nossi B6. See Madagascar, 
Nyasaland Protectorate 



Johannesburg, 
vaal 



(See Ethiopia) 
AFQHAinSTAN 

A.]\ of Afghanistan Karachi, India 

AFRICA 1 

(Including related islands) 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 
Algeria (including the Territories of the 

South) Algiers, e.g. 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 2 Cairo, Egypt 

Angola (including Cabinda) Lisbon, Portugal, e.g. 

Annobon (island) Barcelona, Spain, c. 5. 

Ascension (island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa, c.ff. 

Basutoland - Durban, Natal 

Bechuanaland Protectorate Capetown, Union of 

South Africa, e.g. 

Belgian Congo - Antwerp, Belgium, e.g. 

Cabinda. See Angola. 

Cameroons (Br. mandate) Lagos, Nigeria 

Cameroun (Fr. mandate) Paris, France, e.g. 

Canary Islands. See Canary Islands, 

p. 75. 
Cape of Good Hope Province. See 

under Union of South Africa, p. 88. 

Cape Verde Islands Funchal, Madeira 

Chad (Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Comoro Islands. See Madagascar. 

Corisco (island) Barcelona, Spain, c.(?. 

Dahomey (Fr. W. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Egypt. See Egypt, p. 76. 

Elobey Islands, Great and Little Barcelona, Spain, c.j/. 

Ethiopia [Abyssinia]. See Ethiopia, 

p. 77. 

Fernando Po (island)... Barcelona, Spain, c.j. 

French Equatorial Africa Paris, France, e.g. 

French Guinea [Ouinee francaise] (Fr. 

W. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

French Sudan [Soudan fran^ais] (Fr. 

W. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

French West .A.frica— Paris, France, e.g. 

Gabon (Fr. Equat. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Gambia (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Glorious Islands [lies Glorieuses]. See 

Madagascar. 

Gold Coast (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Ifni Barcelona, Spain, e.g. 

Ivory Coast [Cote d'lvoire]... Paris, France, e.g. 

Kenya Colony and Protectorate (Br. 

E. Africa) Nairobi 

Liberia. See Liberia, p. >3. 

' For convenience of reference and economy of space, 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. 
Those not at present assigned to the jurisdiction of any American consular office (Eritrea, and British, French, and Italian Somali- 
land) are omitted. For the independent countries of Africa, the Union of South Africa, and islands near Africa on which there are 
American consular offices, separate entries are made under their respective names. 

' Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular office indicated. 



Orange Free State. See under Union of 

South Africa, p. 88. 
Pemba. See Zanzibar, 

Portuguese Guinea. 

Principe [Prince's Island] 

Reunion (island) 

Rhodesia. See Northern Rhodesia and 

Southern Rhodesia. 

Rio de Oro 

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea).. 

Ruanda- Urundi (Belgian mandate) 

St. Helena (island) 

Ste. Marie (island). See Madagascar. 

Sao Tomg [St. Thomas] (island) 

Senegal (Fr. W. Africa) 

Seychelles and adjacent British islands. 

Sierra Leone (Br. W. Africa) 

Socotra (island) 

South Africa, Union of. See Union of 

South .Africa, p. 88. 
South- West Africa mandate 



Lisbon, Portugal, e.g. 
Lisbon, Portugal, e.g. 
Paris, France, e.g. 



Barcelona, Spain, e.g. 
Barcelona, Spain, e.g. 
Antwerp, Belgium, e.g. 
Capetown, Union of 
South Africa, e.g. 

Lisbon, Portugal, e.g. 
Paris, France, e.g. 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Lagos, Nigeria 
Aden, Arabia 



Southern Rhodesia . 
Swaziland 



Tanganyika Territory (British man- 
date) 

Tangier (International zone). See 
. Morocco, 



Capetown, Union of 
South Africa, e.g. 

Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 

Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 

Nairobi, Kenya 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

Togoland (Br. mandate) Lagos, Nigeria 

Togoland (Fr. mandate). Paris, France, e.g. 

Transvaal. See under Union of South 

Africa, p. 88. 

Tristan da Cunha (island) Capetown, Union 

South Africa, e.g. 

Tunisia - Tunis 

Ubaugi-Shari [Oubanghi-Chari] (Fr. 

Equat. Africa) Paris, France, e.g. 

Uganda (Br. E. Africa) -- Nairobi, Kenya 

Union of South Africa. See Union of 

South Africa, p. 88. 
Upper Volta [Haute-Volta] (Fr. W. 

Africa) -- Paris, France, e.g. 

Zanzibar (including Pemba) Nairobi, Kenya 



ALBANIA 



All of Albania. 



The Republic of Andorra Barcelona, Spain, c. 

ARABIA 1 

Aden (settlement and protectorate) Aden 

Bahrein Islands ' Baghdad, e.g. 

Hadramaut 2 Aden 

Kuwait 2 Baghdad, e.g. 

Oman (Muscat) 2 - Baghdad, e.g. 

Qatar ' Baghdad, e.g. 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of ' (formerly 
the Kingdom of the Hejaz and Nejd 
and its Dependencies— including Asir 
and El Hasa) Aden 

Trucial Coast 2 Baghdad, e.g. 

Yemen 2 Aden 

ARGENTINA 

All of Argentina Buenos Aires, e.g. 

AUSTEAUA AND APPERTAINING ISLANDS 



State {or territory) 

Federal Capital Territory 

New Guinea (mandated ter.) 

New South Wales 

Northern Territory of Australia 

Papua (ter.) 

Queensland 

South Australia 

Tasmania 

Victoria 

Western Australia 

All British islands in the Pacific under 
Australian administration 



Sydney, e.g. 
Sydney, e.g. 
Sydney, e.g. 
Sydney; e.g. 
Sydney, e.g. 
Brisbane 
Adelaide 
Melbourne 
Melbourne 
Adelaide 

Sydney, e.g^ 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



AUSTRIA 



All of Austria 


Vienna, e.g. 


AZORES 




All of the .\zores [Agores] 


St. Michael's 


BELGIUM 
Province ' 




Antwerp [Anvers, Antwerpen] 

Brabant.. . . . 


Antwerp, e.g. 
Brussels 


Flanders, East [Flandre Oriental, Oost 
Vlaanderen] 

Flanders, West [Flandre Occidentale 


Antwerp, eg 


Hainaut [Hainaut, Henegouw] 

Lifige i [Liege, Luik] 

Limburg [Limbourg, Limburg] 

Luxemburg [Luxembourg, Luiem 
burg] 


Brussels 
Antwerp, e.g. 
Antwerp, e.g. 

Brussels 


Namur [Namur, Namen] 


Brussels 


BOLIVIA 




All of Bolivia 


La Paz 



BORNEO. BRITISH 

(See British Malaya) 

BORNEO, NETHERLAND 

(See Netherland East Indies) 



State {or territory) 

Acre (ter.) 

Alagoas 


Par& 

Pernambuco [Recife] 


Amazonas 

Bahia 


Para 

Bahia 


CearS 
















MaranhSo 

Matte Qrosso . 


Pars 

Sao Paulo, e.g. 


Minas Qeraes 

Para 


Rio de Janeiro, c g. 

. Para 


Parahyba 


Pernambuco [Recife] 


Pernambuco 


Pernambuco [Recife] 



Piauhy: 

That portion of the State lying 

south of 8° south latitude 

That portion of the State lying 
north of 8° south latitude 

Rio de Janeiro 

Rio Orande do Norte 

Rio Grande do Sul 

Santa Catharina 



Para 

Rio de Janeiro, e.g. 
Pernambuco [Recife] 
Porto Alegre 
Porto Alegre 



• 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. 

' Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular ofSce indicated. 

' The name first given Is the form usually employed In English; the names in brackets are (1) the French name, and (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 L16ge in accordance with a decree of Mar. 6, 1926. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ADMINISTBATIVK DIVISION CONSULAR DISTEICT 

BRAZIL— Continued 
State (or territOTj/) 
;ao Paulo: 

The port and municipality of San- 
tos and the municipality of Sao 

Vicente Santos 

The State of Sao Paulo except the 
port and municipality of Santos and 
the municipality of Sao Vicente Sao Paulo, e.g. 

lergipe Bahia 

BRITISH MALAYA 

(Straits Settlements, Federated Malay States, Unfeder- 
ated Malay States, and British protectorates in Borneo) 

Colony (or state) 

Jorneo, North Singapore, c.jf. 

Brunei, in Borneo - Singapore, e.g. 

ohore (U.M.S.) Singapore, c.p. 

ledah (U.M.S.) Penang 

lelantan (U.M.S.) Singapore, e.g. 

:.abuan (S.S.) Singapore, e.g. 

vlalacca (S.S.) Singapore, e.g. 

<:egri Sembilan (F.M.S.) Singapore, c.j?. 

Pahang (F.M.S.) - Singapore, e.g. 

Penang (S.S.), including Province 

Wellesley and the Bindings Penang 

Perak (F.M.S.) 

Perlis (U.M.S.) 

Sarawak, in Borneo Singapore, e.g. 

5elangor (F.M.S.) - Singapore, c.ff. 

Singapore (S.S.), including Cocos or 

Keeling Islands and Christmas Island 

in the Indian Ocean Singapore, e.g. 

rrengganu (U.M.S.) Singapore, e.g. 

BULGARIA 

A.I1 of Bulgaria Sofia 

CANART ISLANDS 

Provinee 

Las Palmas, comprising the Islands of 
Fuerteventura, Qran Canaria, and 
Lanzarote, and adjacent islands Las Palmas 

3anta Cruz de Tenerife, comprising the 
islands of Qomero, Hierro [Ferro], 
Palma, and Tenerife Tenerife 

CEYLON 

lUof Ceylon „ Colombo 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY 

Protiiue 

Anhwei Nanking, e.g. 

Chahar Tientsin, e.g. 

Chekiang. Shanghai, e.g. 

Chihli. See Hopeh. 

Chinghai [Kokonor] Hankow, e.g. 

Fengtien. See Liaoning. 

Fukien: 

All of that portion of the Province 
comprised in the prefectures of Ting- 
chowfu, Changchowfu, Chuanchow- 
fu, and the independent subprefec- 

ture of Lungyenchow Amoy 

All of the Province except the four 
prefectures comprising the Amoy 
consular district Foochow 



ADMINISTEATITK DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY-Continued 
Province 

Heilungkiang Harbin, e.g. 

Honan: 

All of that portion of the Province 
lying south of the Yellow Kiver Hankow, e.g. 

All of that portion of the Province 
lying north of the Yellow River Tientsin, e.g. 

Hong Kong: 

All of the British colony Hong Kong, e.g. 

Hopeh [Chihli] Tientsin, e.g. 

Hunan Hankow, e.g. 

Hupeh.. Hankow, e.g. 

Jehol Tientsin, e.g. 

Kansu . - Hankow, e.g. 

Kiangsi Hankow, e.g. 

Kiangsu: 

All of that portion of the Province 

lying north of the Yangtze River, and 

two prefectures south of the same, 

namely, Kiangning and Chenkiang.. Nanking, e.g. 
All of that portion of the Province 

Ijing south of the Yangtze River, 

with the exception of the prefectures 

of Chenkiang and Kiangning Shanghai, e.g. 

Kirin: 

All of that portion of the Province 
lying north of the 44° north latitude, 
including the following places in Kirin 
open to trade; Harbin, Ninguta, San- 
sing, and Suifenho- Harbin, e.g. 

All of the Province lying to the 
south of the parallel of 44° north 
latitude, including the following 
places in Kirin open to trade: Chang- 
chun [Kwanchengtze], Hunchun, 
Kirin, Lungchingtsun, Towtaokow, 
Wangching [Paitsaokow], and Y'enki 
[Chiitzuchieh] Mukden, e.g. 

Kokonor. See Chinghai. 

Kwangsi Canton, e.g. 

Kwangtung: 

All of that portion of the Province 
lying west of 115° east longitude Canton, e.g. 

All of that portion of the Province 
lying east of 115° east longitude Swatow 

Kwantung Leased Territory Dairen 

Kweichow Canton, e.g. 

Liaoning [Fengtien]: 

All of the Province except the 
leased territory of Kwantung Mukden, e.g. 

Macau (Portuguese colony) Hong Kong, e.g. 

Mongolia, including the (special) ad- 
ministrative districts of Suiyuan, 
Chahar, and Jehol Tientsin, e.g. 

Ninghsia Tientsin, e.g. 

Shansl Tientsin, e.g. 

Shantung: 

The Laichow Prefecture, except the 
Department of Pingtu, and all of the 
Province lying east and north of a 
line drawn from Laichow to the 
easternmost point of the boundary 
of the former leased territory of Kiao- 

chow Chefoo 

All of the Province not included in 
the Chefoo consular district, except 
the former leased territory of Kiao- 

chow Tsinan 

The former leased territory of Kiao- 
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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY— Continued 

Province 

Shensi Hankow, e.g. 

Sikang [Chwanpien] Yiinnanfu 

Sinkiang [Chinese Turkistan] Hankow, e.g. 

Suiyuan Tientsin, e.g. 

Szechwan Hankow, e.g. 

Tibet Yiinnanfu 

Yunnan Yiinnanfu 

CHOSEN 



COLOMBIA 
Departamento, intendencia, or comlsaT{a 

Amazonas (com.) Bogota 

Arauca (com.) BogotA 

Antioquia (dept.): 

That portion of the Department 

lying to the east and southeast of a 

line drawn from the southern bound- 
ary of Antioquia due north on the 

meridian of 76°40' west of Greenwich 

to a point due west of Dabeiba, and 

thence due northeast to the northern 

boundary of the Department Barranquilla 

All of the Department not included 

in the Barranquilla consular district. Cartagena 

Atl&ntlco (dept.) Barranquilla 

Bolivar (dept.) Cartagena 

BoyacS (dept.).-. Bogota 

Caldas (dept.): 

That portion of the Department 
lying to the east of the Cauca River 

basin Bogota 

All of the Department not included 
in the Bogota consular district Buenaventura 

Caqueta (com.) Bogotfi 

Cauca (dept.) Buenaventura 

Choco (int.): 

That portion ol the Intendencia 

lying south of 6°15' north latitude Buenaventura 

All of the Intendencia not Included 
in the Buenaventura consular dis- 
trict --- Cartagena 

Cundinamarca (dept.) BogotS 

Goajira (com.) .- .-. Barranquilla 

Huila (dept.) Bogota 

Magdalena (dept.) - Barranquilla 

Meta (int.) Bogota 

Nariflo (dept.). Buenaventura 

Putumayo (com.) Bogota 

San Andr§s y Providencia (int.— islands 

in the Caribbean) Cartagena 

Santander (dept.) Barranquilla 

Santander del Norte (dept.) Barranquilla 

Tolima (dept.) Bogota 

Valle (dept.) Buenaventura 

Vaupfes (com.) Bogota 

Vichada (com.) Bogota 

COSTA RICA 

Proelnce 

Alajuela San Jos6 

Cartage San Josf 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

COSTA RICA— Continued 

Province 

Quanacaste San Jos6 

Heredia San Jos6 

Llmon Port Lim6n 

Puntarenas San Jos6 

San Jos6 San Jos6 

CYPRUS 

-\11 of the island of Cyprus... Port Said, Egypt 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
All of Czechoslovakia Prague, e.g. 

DANZIG 
All of the Free City of Danzig Danzig 

DENMARK 
All of Denmark Copenhagen, e.g. 

DODECANESE ISLANDS 

(See Italian Islands of the Aegean) 

DUTCH EAST INDIES 

(See Netherland East Indies) 

EGYPT 

Governorate or Mudiria 

Alexandria (gov.) Alexandria, e.g. 

Aswan (mud.) Cairo 

Asyut (mud.) Cairo 

Behgra (mud.) Alexandria, e.g. 

Beni Suef (mud.) Cairo 

Cairo (gov.) Cairo 

Canal (gov.) Port Said 

Damietta (gov.) Alexandria, e.g. 

Daqahlla (mud.) Alexandria, c.?. 

Fayum (mud.) Cairo 

Frontier Districts: 

The Frontier Districts (Eastern 
Desert, Egyptian Libyan Desert, 
Dakhla and Kharga Oases, etc.) ex- 
cept the Sinai peninsula. Cairo 

Sinai peninsula Port Said 

Gharbia (mud.) Alexandria, e.g. 

Girga (mud.) Cairo 

Giza (mud.) Cairo 

Menufia (mud.) Alexandria, e.g. 

Minia (mud.) Cairo 

Qaliubia (mud.) Alexandria, c.?. 

Qena (mud.) — Cairo 

Sharqia (mud.) Alexandria, c.?. 

Suez (gov.) Port Said 

EL SALVADOR 

All of El Salvador San Salvador, e.g. 

ENGLAND 
(Sec Great Britain) 



COXSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ESTONIA 

Ml of Estonia Tallinn 

ETHIOPIA (ABYSSraiA) 
^11 of Ethiopia Addis Ababa, e.g. 

FINLAND 
Ml of Finland Helsingfors 

FRANCE 
DipaTtement 

Mn Lyon 

Msne Lille 

Mlier Lyon 

Mpes, Basses- Marseille 

Mpes, Hautes- Marseille 

Mpes-Maritimes Nice 

ilsace. See Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin. 

^.rdeche Marseille 

^.rdennes - Strasbourg 

\riege Bordeaux 

iube Paris, e.g. 

A.ude Marseille 

^.vejTon Marseille 

Belfort (ter.) Strasbourg 

Bouches-du- Rhone Marseille 

[Talvados Cherbourg 

CantaL Lyon 

Charente Bordeaux 

Charente-Infferieure Bordeaux 

Cher Bordeaux 

Correze Bordeaux 

Corse (island of Corsica). Marseille 

Cote-d'Or Lyon 

C6tes-du-Nord Nantes 

Creuse Bordeaux 

Deux-Sevres. See Sevres, Deux-. 

Dordogne Bordeaux 

Doubs Lyon 

Drome Marseille 

Eure Havre 

Eure-et-Loir Paris, e.g. 

FlnistSre Nantes 

Glard Marseille 

Oaronne, Haute- Bordeaux 

[Jers Bordeaux 

Qironde- Bordeaux 

Bfirault Marseille 

llle-et-Vilaine Nantes 

[ndre Bordeaux 

[Qdre-et- Loire Nantes 

tsSre Lyon 

Fura Lyon 

t-andes Bordeaux 

Loir-et-Cher Paris, e.g. 

Loire Lyon 

Loire, Haute- Lyon 

Loire-Inf6rieure Nantes 

Loiret Paris, e.g. 

Lorraine. See Moselle. 

Lot Bordeaux 

Lot et Oaronne Bordeaux 

LotSre Marseille 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

FRANCE— Continued 

D^partement 

Malne-et- Loire - Nantes 

Manche Cherbourg 

Marne Paris, e.g. 

Mame, Haute- Strasbourg 

Mayenne Nantes 

Meurthe-et- Moselle Strasbourg 

Meuse Strasbourg 

Morbihan.. Nantes 

Moselle Strasbourg 

NiSvre Bordeaux 

Nord Lille 

Oise Paris, e.g. 

Orne Cherbourg 

Pasde Calais Calais 

Puy-de-D6me Lyon 

Pyrenees, Basses- Biarritz, r.c. 

Pyrfenfees, Hautes- Bordeaux 

Pyr6n6es-Orien tales. Marseille 

Rhin, Bas- Strasbourg 

Rhin, Haut- Strasbourg 

Rhone Lyon 

Saone, Haute- - Lyon 

Saone-et-Loire., Lyon 

Sarthe Paris, e.g. 

Savoie Lyon 

Savoie, Haute- Lyon 

Seine Paris, e.g. 

Setne-Inffirieure Havre 

Seine-et-Marne Paris, e.g. 

Seine-et-Oise Paris, e.g. 

Sevres, Deux-: 

The arrondissements of Niort and 
Melle.- Bordeaux 

All of the Dgpartement except the 
arrondissements of Niort and Melle... Nantes 

Somme Havre 

Tarn Bordeaux 

Tam-et-Qaronne Bordeaux 

Var Marseille 

Vaucluse Marseille 

Vendue Nantes 

Vienne Bordeaux 

Vienne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Vosges. Strasbourg 

Yonne Paris, e.g. 

FRENCH INDOCHINA 

All of French Indochina Saigon 

GERMANY 
State (or Prussian province) 

Anhalt Leipzig 

Baden Stuttgart 

Bavaria [Bayern]: 

All of the State except the 

Palatinate [Pfalz] Munich [Munchen],c.?. 

All of the Palatinate [Pfalz] except 
that part included in the Saar Basin 

Territory, g. v Frankfurt - am - Main, 

c.g. 

Berlin (Prussian prov.) Berlin, e.g. 

Brandenburg (Prussian prov.) Berlin, e.g. 



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QESMANY— Continued 

State (or Prussian province) 

Bremen [Freie und Hansestadt Bremen]. Bremen 

Brunswick [Braunschweig] Bremen 

Qrenzmark Posen-Westpreussen. See 
Posen-West Prussia. 

Hamburg [Freie und Hansestadt 
Hamburg] Hamburg, e.g. 

Hanover [Hannover] (Prussian prov.)- Bremen 

Hesse [Hessen] Frankfurt - am - Main, 

e.g. 

Hesse-Nassau [Hessen-Nassau] (Prus- 
sian prov.): 

All of the Province except the ex- 
claves Rintein and Schmalkalden Frankfurt -am - Main, 

e.g. 

Rintein (kreis) Bremen 

Schmalkalden (kreis) Leipzig 

Hohenzollern (Prussian prov.) Stuttgart 

Lippe Cologne [Koln] 

Liibeck (Freistaat Liibeck] Hamburg, e.g. 

Marlenwerder. See Prussia, East. 

Mecklenburg-Schwerin Hamburg, e.g. 

Mecklenburg-Strelitz Hamburg, e.g. 

Oldenburg: 

All of the State except the ex- 
claves Landesteil Birkenfeld and 

Landesteil Liibeck Bremen 

Birkenfeld (landesteil) Cologne [Koln] 

Lubeck (landesteil) Hamburg, c.ff. 

Ostpreussen. See Prussia, East. 

Pfalz [Palatinate]. See under Bavaria. 

Pomerania [Pommern] (Prussian prov.) Berlin, e.g. 

Posen-West Prussia, Border Province 
[Qrenzmark Posen - Westpreussen] 
(Prussian prov.) Berlin, e.g. 

Prussia. See names of constituent 
provinces. 

Prussia, East [Ostpreussen] (Prussian 
prov.), including the Regierungsbe- 
zirk Westpreussen [Marienwerder, 
etc.] Berlin, e.g. 

Prussia, West. See under Posen-West 
Prussia; and also Prussia, East. 

Rhine Province [Rheinprovinz] (Prus- 
sian prov.): 

All of the Province except that part 
included in Saar Basin Territory, q. v. Cologne [Koln] 

Saar Basin Territory, comprising parts 
of the Bavarian Palatinate and of the 
Rhine Province, subject to eventual 
plebiscites Strasbourg, France 

Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen): 

.\11 of the State of Saxony except the 

Kreishauptmannschaft of Leipzig Dresden 

The Kreishauptmannschaft of Leip- 
zig - - Leipzig 

Saxony [Provinz Sachsen] (Prussian 
prov.) Leipzig 

Schaumburg-Lippe Cologne [Kbln] 

Schleswig-Holsteln (Prussian prov.) Hamburg, e.g. 

Silesia, Lower [Niederschlesien] (Prus- 
sian prov.) Breslau 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GERMANY— Continued 

State (or Prussian prorince) 
Silesia, Upper [Oberschlesien](Prussian 

prov.) Breslau 

ThurLngia [Thiiringen] Leipzig 

Waldeck Cologne [Koln] 

Westphalia [Westfalen] (Prussian 

prov.) Cologne [Koln] 

Westpreussen. See under Posen-West 
Prussia; and also Prussia, East. 

Wurttemberg Stuttgart 

GREAT BRITAIN 
(England, Scotland, and Wales) 
County 

Aberdeen (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Anglesey (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Angus [Forfar] (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Argyll (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ayr (Scotland).. Glasgow, Scotland 

Banff (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Bedfordshire (England) London, England, c.?. 

Berkshire (England): 

That portion lying to the east of a 
line drawn through Reading (in- 
cluded) southeastwardly to the Sur- 
rey-Hampshire boundary London, England, e.g. 

That portion of the county lying to 
the north and west of a line drawn 
northeastwardly from Marlborough 
(in Wiltshire) through Didcot (ex- 
cluded) to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire 

boundary Bristol, England 

That portion of the county not in- 
cluded in the London and Bristol con- 
sular districts Southampton, England 

Berwick (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Brecknock (Wales) Cardifl, Wales 

Buckinghamshire (England) London, England, e.g. 

Bute (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Caithness (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Cambridgeshire, including the Isle of 

Ely (England) London, England, e.g. 

Cardiganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carmarthenshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carnarvonshire (Wales).. Liverpool, England 

Channel Islands, comprising Alderney, 

Guernsey, Jersey, Sark, etc Southampton, England 

Cheshire (England): 

That portion of the county lying to 

the west and south of a line drawn 

northwestwardly from Ilarecastle, on 

the Stafford-Cheshire boundary, to 

Middlewich (included) and from 

thence to Warrington in Lancashire.. Liverpool, England 
All of the county not included in the 

Liverpool district Manchester, England 

Clackmannan (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Cornwall, including the Scllly Isles 

(England) Plymouth, England 

Cumberland (England): 

All of ttmt portion of the county 

lying to the north of a line drawn from 

a point common to the boundaries of 

Cumberland, Westmorland and Lan- 
cashire, westwardly to St. Bees Head. Newcastle - on - Tyne, 
England 
That portion not included in the 

Newcastle-on-Tyne consular district. Liverpool, England 



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GREAT BRIT AIW— Continued 

County 

ighshlre (Wales) Liverpool, England 

•shire (England) Sheffield, England 

ishire (England) Plymouth, England 

tshire (England) Southampton, England 

3arton (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

ries (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

im (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
Lothian [Haddington] (Scotland). Edinburgh, Scotland 
sle of. See Cambridgeshire. 

(England) London, England, e.g. 

3 Gotland): 

hat portion of the county lying to 
north and east of a line connecting 
rburgh on the Tay, CoUessie, 
)ar, Ceres, and Lower Largo on 
Firth of Forth via the main road, 
e and all other towns on the main 
i being included in the Dundee 

sular district. Dundee, Scotland 

II of the county of Fife not in- 
led in the Dundee consular dis- 
; Edinburgh, Scotland 

hire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

•. See Angus. 

organshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

estershire (England) Bristol, England 

jshire, including the Isle of Wight 

gland) Southampton, England 

ordshlre (England) Cardiff, Wales 

ordshire (England) London, England, e.g. 

Ingdonshire (England) London, England, e.g. 

ness (Scotland): 

hat portion of the county lying 
th of a line from Rannock following 
railroad via Tullock and Spean 
3ge to Oairlochy Inn (all excluded) 
the Caledonian Canal, thence 
;heast to the outlet of Loch .\rkaig 
' Loch Lochy, thence westward 
he River Dessary and Loch Nevis 
he sea, and including all of the 
)rides or Westward Islands (com- 
ing parts of the counties of In- 

less, and Ross and Cromarty) Dundee, Scotland 

11 of the county not included in the 

idee consular district Glasgow, Scotland 

(England) London, England, e.g. 

.rdine (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

ss (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

udbrlght (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

k (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

ahire (England): 

hat part of Lancashire lying to 

of a line drawn from the point 
ire the boundary of Westmorland 

Lancashire meet the sea south- 
dly through Lancaster (included), 
3ton (included), Wigan (in- 
led), to Warrington (excluded).. Manchester, England 
11 of the county not included in the 

nchester consular district Liverpool, England 

itershire (England) Birmingham, England 



ADMINISTBATIVK DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

Count V 
Lincolnshire (England): 

That portion of the administrative 
county known as the Parts of Lindsey 
in Lincolnshire which lies to the 
north of a line drawn from Saltfieet 
(included) westwardly to a point 
common to the boundaries of Not- 
tingham, York and Lincoln Hull, England 

The Parts of Kesteven; the Parts of 
Holland; that portion of the Parts of 
Lindsey not included in the Hull 
consular district Sheffield, England 

London (England) >.. London, England, e.g. 

Man, Isle of Liverpool, England 

Merionethshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Middlesex (England) London, England, e.g. 

Midlothian [Edinburgh] (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Monmouthshire (England) Cardlflf, Wales 

Montgomeryshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Moray [Elgin] (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Nairn (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Norfolk (England) London, England, e.g. 

Northamptonshire, including the Soke 

of Peterborough (England) Birmingham, England 

Northumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 

Nottinghamshire (England) Sheffield, England 

Orkney (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Oxfordshire (England) London, England, e.g. 

Peebles (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pembrokeshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Perth (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Peterborough, Soke of. See Northamp- 
tonshire. 

Radnorshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Renfrew (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ross and Cromarty (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Roxburgh (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Rutlandshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Scilly Isles. See Cornwall. 

Selkirk (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Shetland (Scotland) Dundee, 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 

northeastwardly to Market Drayton 

(excluded) Birmingham, England 

All of the county not included in the 

Birmingham consular district Liverpool, England 

Somersetshire (England) Bristol, England 

Staffordshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Stirling (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 

Suffolk (England): 

Suffolk, East London, England, c.g 

Suffolk, West London, England, e.g. 

Surrey (England) London, England, e.g. 



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GREAT BRITAIN-Contlnued 

County 
Sussex (England): 

Sussex, East London, England, e.g. 

Sussex, West: 

All of that portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn from the 
Surrey-Hampshire boundary south- 
eastwardly to Littlehampton (in- 
cluded) London, England, e.g. 

All of the county not included in 
the London consular district Southampton, England 

Sutherland (Scotland) Dundee, Scotland 

Warwickshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Westlothian [Linlithgow] (Scotland).. Edinburgh, Scotland 

Westmorland (England). Newcastle - on - Tyne, 

England 
Wight, Isle of (Hampshire, England) . . Southampton,England 

Wigtown (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Wiltshire (England): 

That portion lying to the south of a 
line drawn from a point common to 
the boundaries of Wiltshire, Dorset- 
shire, and Somersetshire, northeast- 
wardly to Marlborough (included) 

and thence to Didcot in Berkshire Southampton, England 

All of the county not included in the 
Southampton consular district Bristol, England 

Worcestershire (England) Birmingham, England 

Yorkshire (England): 

York (city and county borough) Bradford, England 

East Riding of Yorkshire Hull, England 

North Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the administrative 
county lying east of a line drawn 
from York (excluded) northwest- 
wardly to Richmond (excluded), 
and thence due north to the York- 
shire boundary — except the city 
(county borough) of Middlesbrough 
at the north of the River Tees... Hull, England 

The city (county borough) of 

Middlesbrough Newcas tie-on -Tyne, 

England 

All of the administrative county 
not included in the Hull and New- 
castle-on-Tyne consular districts... Bradford, England 
West Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the administra- 
tive county lying east of aline drawn 
from a point common to the boun- 
daries of Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, 
and Nottinghamshire, northwardly 
to Thome (included) and thence to 
Qoole(included) to the county boun- 
dary; and the city of Selby (adjacent 
to the East Riding boundary) Hull, England 

That part of the administrative 
county lying south and west of a line 
drawn from a point common to the 
boundaries of Cheshire, Derbyshire, 
and Yorkshire, eastwardly through 
Penistone (included) and Barnsley 
(included) to Thorne (excluded); 
and thence southwardly to the Lin- 
colnshire-Nottinghamshire boun- 
dary ShefEeld, England 

That portion of the administrative 
county lying west of a line drawn 
from Colne (in Lancashire) north- 
wardly to Hawes fNorth Riding of 
Yorkshire) Manchester, England 

All of the administrative county 
not included in the Hull, Sheffield, 
and Manchester consular districts. Bradford, England 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREECE 

Province [Nomot] 

Achala-Elis (Akhalas kai Elldos] Patras 

Aetolia-Acarnania [Aitollas kai Akar- 

nanlas] Patras 

Arcadia lArkadlas] Patras 

Argolis-Corinthia [ArgoUdos kai Korin- 

thlas] Patras 

Arta [Artes]... , Patras 

Attica-Boeotia [Attlkes kai Boiotlas].. Athens, e.g. 

Candia [Erakleion], in Crete Athens, e.g. 

Canea [Khanlon], in Crete Athens, e.g. 

Cephalonia [ Kephallen Jas] Patras 

Chios [Khlou] Athens, e.g. 

Corfu [Kerk^as] Patras 

Cyclades [KyklSdon] Athens, e.g. 

Drama [Dr&mas] Salonika 

Erakleion. See Candia. 

Euboea [Ewoia] Athens, e.g. 

Evros [Evrou] Salonika 

Fiorina [Phlorfnes] Salonika 

Herakleion. See Candia. 
loannlnon. See Yanina. 

Kavalla Salonika 

Kephallenlas. See Cephalonia. 
Kerkfras. See Corfu. 

Khalkidike Salonika 

Khanlon. See Canea. 
Khiou. See Chios. 

Kozani [KotAbcs] Salonika 

Kykl&don. See Cyclades. 

Laconia [Lakonlas] Patras 

Larissa [Larlses] Athens, e.g. 

Lasithion [Lasethfou], in Crete Athens, e.g. 

Lesbos [Lfevou] (Mytilini Island) Athens, c.ff. 

Messenia [Messenlas] Patras 

Mytilini Island. See Lesbos. 

Pellis [P6Ues] Salonika 

Phlorines. See Fiorina. 
Phthiotis-Phokis [Phthiotidos kai Pho- 

kldos) Athens, e.g. 

Preveza [Prevfizes] Patras 

Retimo [Reth^nes], in Crete Athens, e.g. 

Rodopl (Rodopes] Salonika 

Salonika [Thessalonfkg] Salonika 

Samos [SSmou] Athens, e.g. 

Serres [Serron] Salonika 

Thessalonlke. See Salonika. 

Trikkala [Trikkfilon] Athens, e.g. 

Yanina [loannlnon] Patras 

Zante [Zak;fnthou] Patras 

HAITI 
AU of the Republic of Haiti Port-au-Prince 



HONDURAS 
Provinzt (or territory) 
Atlantlda: 
All of Atlantlda east of the Rio Colo- 
rado Ceiba 

All of Atlantlda west of the Rio Colo- 
rado Tela, F.c. 

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HONDURAS— Continued 

Proiince {or territory) 

m Ceiba 

layagua: 

mtbern Comayagua, including the 

city of Comayagua Tegucigalpa 

orthern ComByagua.—. Tela, v.c. 

fin Puerto Cortes 

tes Puerto Cortes 

'araiso Tegucigalpa 

cias Puerto Cortes 

buca Tegucigalpa 

I de la Bahia [Bay Islands] Ceiba 

VIosquitia (ter.) Ceiba 

'az Tegucigalpa 

tepeque Puerto Cortes 

icho Tegucigalpa 

a Barbara Puerto Cortes 

acigalpa Tegucigalpa 

e Tegucigalpa 

b: 

istern Yoro, including the city of 

Yoro Ceiba 

estern Yoro Tela, v.e. 

HUNGARY 

9f Hungary Budapest, e.g. 

INDIA 

ith province, or vatire slate or ageney 
a. See United Provinces. 

ler-Merwara (prov.) Karachi 

iaman and Nicobar Islands (prov.). Rangoon 

im (prov. and native state) Calcutta, e.g. 

iichistan (dist. and native states)... Karachi 

oda (native state).- Bombay 

gal (presidency and native states).. Calcutta, e.g. 

itan (north border state) Calcutta, e.g. 

ar and Orissa (prov. and native 

ates), including Chota Nagpur Calcutta, e.g. 

ibay (presidency and native states) : 
All of the Bombay Presidency and 
itive states except the Sind (but 
eluding the Rann of Cutch)— ex- 
pt also the Aden Protectorate (in 

rabia) Bombay 

Sind Karachi 

ma (prov. and native states) Rangoon 

tral India Agency Bombay 

tral Provinces and Berar (prov. and 

itive states) Bombay 

bin (Madras native state) Madras 

rg (prov.) Madras 

^i (prov.) Calcutta, e.g. 

ilior (native state) Bombay 

lerabad (native state) Madras 

hmir (native state) Karachi 

Iras (presidency and native states). Madras 

Jore (native state) Madras 

lal (north border state) Calcutta, e.g. 

thwest Frontier (prov. and native 

ites) Karachi 

ih. See United Provinces. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

INDIA— Continued 

British province, or native state or agency.— Con. 

Punjab (prov. and native states): 

The district of Simla.. Calcutta, e.g. 

All of the Punjab except the dis- 
trict of Simla Karachi 

Rajputana (agency) Karachi 

Sikkim (state) Calcutta, c.j. 

Travancore (Madras native state) Madras 

United Provinces of Agra and Oudh 
(prov. and native states) Calcutta, e.g. 

IBAQ (MESOPOTAMIA) 

All of Iraq Baghdad, e.g. 

IREIAND, NORTHEEN 

Counts 

All of Northern Ireland, comprising the 

six Ulster counties of Antrim, Armagh, 

Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, 

and Tyrone Belfast 

IRISH FREE STATE 
County (province in parentheses) 

Carlow (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

Cavan (Ulster) Dublin, e.(?. 

Clare (Munster) Cork 

Cork (Munster) Cork 

Donegal (Ulster) Dublin, e.g. 

Dublin (Leinster) Dublin, c.ff. 

Qalway (Connaught) Dublin, c.ff. 

Kerry (Munster) Cork 

Kildare (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

Kilkenny (Leinster) Dublin, c.?. 

Leitrim (Connaught) Dublin, c.(?. 

Leix [Queen's] (Leinster).. Dublin, e.g. 

Limerick (Munster) Cork 

Longford (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

Louth (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

Mayo (Connaught) Dublin, e.g. 

Meath (Leinster) Dublin, c.y. 

Monaghan (Ulster) Dublin, e.g. 

Oflaly [King's] (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

Roscommon (Connaught) Dublin, c.(?. 

Sligo (Connaught) Dublin, e.g. 

Tipperary (Munster) Cork 

Waterford (Munster) Cork 

Westmeath (Leinster) Dublin, c.ff. 

Wexford (Leinster) Dublin, c.ff. 

Wicklow (Leinster) Dublin, e.g. 

ITALIAN ISLANDS OF THE AEGEAN 

All of the Italian islands of the Aegean 
(Isole Italiane deU'Egeo)— the Dode- 
canese Islands and the island of Castel- 
rosso (Castellorizzo) Izmir, Turkey 

ITALY 
Province (compartimento in parentheses) 

Agrlgento [Qirgenti] (Sicilia) Palermo 

AUesandria (Piemonte) Turin 

Ancona (Marche) Rome 



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ITAIY— Continued 

Province ieompartimento in parentheset) 

Aosta (Piemonte) Turin 

Aquila (Abruzii) Rome 

Arezzo (Toscana) Florence 

Ascoli Piceno (Marche) Rome 

Avellino (Campania) Naples, c.y. 

Barl (Puglie) Naples, c.ff 

Belluno (Veneto) Venice 

Benevento (Campania) Naples, e.j. 

Bergamo (Lombardia) — Milan 

Bologna (Emilia).. Florence 

Bolzano (Venezia Trldentlna) Venice 

Brescia (Lombardia) Milan 

Brindisi (Puglie) Naples, e.g. 

Cagliarl (Sardegna) Rome 

Caltanissetta (Sicilia) Palermo 

Campobasso (Abruzzl) Rome 

Carnaro. See Flume. 
Castrogiovanni. See Enna. 

Catania (Sicilia) Messina 

Catanzaro (Calabria) Messina 

Chieti (Abruzzi) Rome 

Como (Lombardia) Milan 

Cosenza (Calabria) Messina 

Cremona (Lombardia) Milan 

Cuneo (Piemonte) Turin 

Enna [Castrogiovanni] (Sicilia) Palermo 

Ferrara (Emilia) Florence 

Firenze [Florence] (Toscana) Florence 

Fiume [Carnaro] (Venezia Qiulia) Trieste 

Foggia (Puglie) Naples, e.g. 

Forli (Emilia) Florence 

Frluli. See Udlne. 

Frosinone (Lazio) Rome 

Qenova (Liguria) Genoa, c.^. 

Qirgenti. See Agrigento. 

Qorizia (Venezia Qiulia) Trieste 

Qrosseto (Toscana) Leghorn 

Imperia (Liguria) Genoa, e.g. 

lonio. See Taranto. 
Istria. See Pola. 

Lecce (Puglie) Naples, e.g. 

Livorno [Leghorn] (Toscana) Leghorn 

Lucca (Toscana) Leghorn 

Macerata (Marche) Rome 

Mantova (Lombardia) Milan 

Massa (Toscana) Leghorn 

Matera (Basillcata).. Naples, e.g. 

Messina (Sicilia) Messina 

Milano (Lombardia) Milan 

Modena (Emilia) Florence 

Napoli (Campania) Naples, c.ff. 

Novara (Piemonte) Turin 

Nuoro (Sardegna) Uomo 

Padova (Veneto) Venice 

Palermo (Sicilia; Palermo 

Parma (Emilia) Milan 

Pavia (Lombardia) Milan 

Perugia (Umhria)... Rome 

Pesaro (Marche) Rome 

Pescara (Abruzzi) Rome 

Piacenza (Emilia) Milan 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ITALY— Continued 

Province (compaTtimento in parentheses) 

Pisa (Toscana) Leghorn 

Pistoia (Toscana) Florence 

Pola [Istria] (Venezia Qiulia) Trieste 

Potenza (Basilicata) Naples, c.(?. 

Ragusa (Sicilia) Messina 

Ravenna (Emilia) Florence 

Reggio Calabria (Calabria) Messina 

Reggio Emilia (Emilia) Florence 

Rieti (Lazio) Rome 

Roma (Lazio).. Rome 

Rovigo (Veneto) Venice 

Salerno (Campania) Naples, c.?. 

Sassari (Sardegna) Rome 

Savona (Liguria) Genoa, c.p. 

Siena (Toscana) Leghorn 

Siracusa (Sicilia) Messina 

Sondrio (Lombardia) Milan 

Spezia (Liguria) Genoa, e.g. 

Taranto [lonio] (Puglie) Naples, c.ff. 

Teramo (Abruzzi) Rome 

Teml (Umbria) Rome 

Torino [Turin] (Piemonte) Turin 

Trapanl (Sicilia) Palermo 

Trento (Venezia Tridentina) Venice 

Treviso (Veneto^ Venice 

Trieste (Venezia Giuli&) Trieste 

Udine [FriuJI] (Veneto) Trieste 

Varese (Lombardia) Milan 

Venezia (Veneto) Venice 

Vercelli (Piemonte) Turin 

Verona (Veneto) Venice 

Vicenza (Veneto) Venice 

Viterbo (Lazio) Rome 

Zara (Venezia Qiulia) Trieste 

JAMAICA 

All of the Island of Jamaica Kingston 

JAPANESE EMPIBE 

Japan 

Prefecture (Iten or fu) 

Alchi Nagoya 

Akita Tokyo, e.g. 

Aomori Tokyo, e.g 

Chiba Tokyo, e.g 

Ehlme Kobe 

Fukul Nagoya 

Fukuoka. Nagasaki 

Fukushima Tokyo, e.g 

Gifu Nagoya 

Gumma Tokyo, e.g. 

Hiroshima Kobe 

Hokkaido [Yezo] Tokyo, e.g. 

Hyogo Kobe 

Ibaraki Tokyo, e.g. 

Ishikawa Nagoya 

Iwate Tokyo, eg 

Kagawa Kol e 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONStn,AR DISTRICT 

JAPANESE EMPIRE— Continued 

Japan— Continued 

Prefecture (.ken or fu) 

Kagoshima Nagasaki 

Kanagawa... Yokohama 

Kochi Kobe 

Kutnamoto Nagasaki 

Kurile Islands [Chishima] Tokyo, e.g. 

Kyoto (fu) - Kobe 

Miyagi Tokyo, e.g. 

Miyazakl Nagasaki 

Miye Nagoya 

N'agano: 

The gun (county) of Kitasaku, the 
principal cities of which are Karui- 

sawa, Iwamurata, and Komoro Tokyo, e.g. 

All of the ken not included in the 

Tokyo consular district Nagoya 

[Nagasaki Nagasaki 

Mara Kobe 

Miigata Tokyo, c.g 

Dlta Nagasaki 

Dkayama. Kobe 

Dkinawa, including Ryukyu Islands... Nagasaki 

Dsaka (fu) Kobe 

Saga Nagasaki 

Saitama Tokyo, c.g. 

Shiga Nagoya 

Jhimane Kobe 

ShUuoka Yokohama 

rochigl Tokyo, c.g. 

rokushima Kobe 

rokyo (fu) Tokyo, c.g. 

Pottorl Kobe 

Poyama Nagoya 

IN'akayama Kobe 

ramagata Tokyo, c.g. 

famaguchi Nagasaki 

'amanashi Tokyo, c.g. 

'ezo. See Hokkaido. 

Japanese Possessions and Mandated Territories 

;hosen [Korea] Seoul [KeijoJ, c.g. 

larafuto Tokyo, c.g. 

aclflc islands under Japanese mandate 
(includes the following groups: La- 
drone or Marianne, Caroline, and 

Marshall Islands) Tokyo, c.g. 

escadores Islands [Bokoto] Taihoku 

aiwan [Formosa! Taihoku 

KOREA 

(See Chosen under Japanese Possession^} 

LATVIA 
11 of Latvia Riga 

LIBERIA 
11 of Liberia Monrovia, c.g. 

LITHUANIA 
!I of Lithuania _... Kaunas 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

LUXEMBURG 
The Grand Duchy of Luxemburg Luxemburg 

MADEIRA 
All of Madeira Funchal 

MALAY STATES 

(See British Malaya) 

MESOPOTAMIA 

(See Iraq) 

MEXICO 

State (.or territory) 

Aguascalientes San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potos! 
Baja California [Lower California] (ter.) : 
Territorio Norte (north of 28° N. 
lat.): 

That part lying to the south and 
west of a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary at Tijuana (in- 
cluded) to a point at 32° north and 
116° west, and thence to a point on 
the Oulf of California in latitude 

30° north Ensenada, Baja Cali- 
fornia 
All of the Territorio Norte not in- 
cluded in the Ensenada consular 

district Mexicali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 

Territorio Sur (south of 28° N. lat.).. Ouaymas, Sonora 

Campeche Progreso, Yucatan 

Chiapas Veracruz, Veracruz 

Chihuahua: 

That part of the State lying to the 
north of a line drawn from the Sonora 
boundary eastwardly through Madera 
to Sauz (both towns excluded); thence 
northeastwardly through, and includ- 
ing, San Antonio on the Rio Grande. Ciudad Juarez, Chi- 
huahua 
All of the State not included in the 
Ciudad Juarez consular district Chihuahua, Chihua- 
hua 
Coahuila: 

That part of the State lying north 
and east of a line drawn on the parallel 
of 28° north latitude from the Chihua- 
hua boundary due east to La Fe (ex- 
cluded); thence southeastwardly to 
Cuatro Cienegas (included); thence 
directly east through a point just south 
of Monclova to the Nuevo Leon 
boundary Piedras Negras, Coa- 
huila 
That part of the State to the east 
and south of a line drawn from a point 
on the Zacatecas boundary directly 
north of MazapiJ northwestwardly to 
Parras (excluded); thence north- 
wardly to Cuatro Cienegas (excluded); 
thence eastwardly, through a point 
just south of Monclova, to the Nuevo 

Leon boundary Saltillo, Coahuila 

All of the State not Included in 
either the Piedras Negras or Saltillo 
consular districts Torreon, Coahuila 

Colima Guadalajara, Jalisco 

Dlstrito Federal Mexico, D.F., c.g. 



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MEXICO-Continued 

State (OT territory) 
Durango: 

That part of the State lying west of 
a line drawn from the intersection of 
the meridian of 103° 30' west longitude 
with the Durango-Zacatecas bound- 
ary, northwestwardly to Descubri- 
dora (excluded), and thence due north 

to the Chihuahua boundary. Durango, Durango 

All of the State not included in the 

Durango consular district Torreon, Coahulla 

Guanajuato San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis PotosJ 

Guerrero Mfixico, D.F., e.g. 

Hidalgo Mexico, T>.F.,c.g. 

Jalisco: 

All of the State lying south of 22° 

north latitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

All of the State lying north of 22° 
north latitude and west of the merid- 
ian of 103° 30' west longitude Durango, Durango 

All of the State lying north of 22° 
north latitude and east of the meridian 

of 103° 30' longitude San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potos! 
Lower California. See Baja California. 

Mexico Mexico, D.F., e.g. 

MIchoac&n Mexico, D.F., e.g. 

Morelos Mexico, D.F., e.g. 

Nayarit Mazatl4n, Sinaloa 

Nuevo Le6n: 

That part of the State south of a line 
drawn through Golondrinas (included) 
eastwardly through Par^s (excluded), 
except the small portion northwest of 
a line connecting the two southeastern 

points of the State of Coahulla Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That part of the State north of a 
straight line drawn throu,gh Golon- 
drinas (excluded) and Par^s (in- 
cluded) Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 

maulipas 
That part of the State northwest of 
a line connecting the two southeastern 

points of the State of Coahuila Saltillo, Coahulla 

Oaxaca: 

That part of the State lying west 
and north of a line drawn from the 
point where the Rio Trinidad first 
touches the Oaxaca- Veracruz bound- 
ary, southwestwardly to Yautepec 
(excluded), and thence due west to 
the Guerrero boundary (EJutla ex- 
cluded); the town of Tuxtepec near 
the Veracruz boundary also being ex- 
cluded Mexico, D.F., e.g. 

All of the State not included in the 
Mexico, D.F., consular district Veracruz, Veracruz 

Puebla Mexico, T>.F.,e.g. 

Queretaro M6xico, D.F., e.g. 

San Luis Potosi: 

That part of the State lying west of 
a line drawn due north and south 
through, but excluding, the town of 
Tamazopo (approximately in longi- 
tude 99° 26' west of Greenwich) San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
That part of the State lying east of 
a line drawn due north and south 
through, and Including, the town of 
Tamazopo... Tampico Tamaulipas 



AD1UN18TRATIVK DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or territory) 

Sinaloa Mazatl&n, Sinaloa 

Sonora: 

That part of the State lying south 
of 29° north latitude Quaymas, Sonora 

That part of the State lying west 
of 113° west longitude Mexicali, Baja Califor- 
nia 

That part of the State lying north 
of 29° north latitude and east of 110° 
west longitude, but excepting the 
territory immediately tributary to the 
Cananea-Naco Railway AguaPrieta, Sonora 

That part of the State lying east of 
113° west longitude, north of 29° north 
latitude, and west of 110° west longi- 
tude and including the territory im- 
mediately tributary to the Cananea- 
Naco Railway Nogales, Sonora 

Tabasco Veracruz, Veracruz 

Tamaulipas: 

That part of the State north of a 
line drawn due east and west just to 

the north of Mier on the Rio Grande. Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 
That part of the State lying north 
of 24° north latitude which is not in- 
cluded in the Nuevo Laredo consular 

district Matamoros, Tamauli- 
pas 
That part of the State lying south of 
24° north latitude Tampico, Tamaulipas 

Tlaxcala M6xlco, D.F., e.g. 

Veracruz: 

That part of the State lying north of 
the Rio Cazones Tampico, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State lying south 
of the Rio Cazones Veracruz, Veracruz 

Yucatfin Progreso, Yucat&n 

Zacatecas: 

That part of the State lying west of 
103° 30' west longitude Durango, Durango 

That part of the State lying south 
of 22° north latitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That part of the State lying east of a 
line drawn due north and south 
through Mazapil (included) Saltillo, Coahuila 

That part of the State lying east of 
103° 30* west longitude, south of the 
Tropic of Cancer, and north of 22° 

north latitude San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 

That part of the State lying east of 
103° 30* west longitude, north of the 
Tropic of Cancer, and west of a line 
due north and south through Mazapil 
(excluded) Torreon, Coahuila 

MONACO 

The Principality of Monaco Nice, France 

MOROCCO 

The zone of the French protectorate Casablanca 

The international zone of Tangier, and 
the Spanish protected territory in 
Morocco, as well as Ceuta and Melilla. Tangier, e.g. 



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NETHERLAND EAST INDIES 
Government, province, residency, etc. 

Atjeh (govt.), in Sumatra.. -. Medan, Sumatra 

Bali Surabaya, Java 

Bangka and dependencies (res.).. Batavia, Java, c.q. 

Benkoelen (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Billiton.. Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Borneo, Netherland: 
Southern and Eastern Districts (res.). Surabaya, Java 

Western District (res.) Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Celebes and dependencies (govt.) Surabaya, Java 

Djambi (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Flores Surabaya, Java 

Java: 

Province of East Java (Residencies 
of Besoeki. Bodjonegoro, Kediri, 
Madioen, Madoera (island), Malang, 
Probolinggo, and Soerabaja [Sura- 
baya])- Surabaya 

Province of Middle Java: 
Residencies of Banjoemas, Kedoe, 

and Pekalongan Batavia, e.g. 

Residencies of Djapara-Rembang 

and Semarang Surabaya 

Province of West Java (Residencies 
of Bantam, Batavia, Buitenzorg, 

Cheribon, and Priangan) Batavia, e.g. 

Soerakarta (govt.) Surabaya 

Jogjakarta (govt.) Surabaya 

Lampongs, The (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Lombok Surabaya, Java 

Manado (res.), in Celebes Surabaya, Java 

Moluccas, The Surabaya, Java 

New Guinea, Netherland Surabaya, Java 

Palembang (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Riouw and dependencies Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Soemba Surabaya, Java 

Soembawa Surabaya, Java 

Sumatra East Coast (govt.) Medan, Sumatra 

Sumatra's Westkust (res.) Batavia, Java, e.g. 

Tapanoeli (res.), in Sumatra Medan, Sumatra 

Timor and dependencies (res.) Surabaya, Java 

All other Netherland islands east of 
Java and Borneo Surabaya, Java 

KETHERIANDS 

Province 

Drenthe Amsterdam, e.g. 

Friesland Amsterdam, e.g. 

Qelderland Amsterdam, e.g. 

Qronlngen Amsterdam, e.g. 

Limburg Rotterdam 

Noord-Brabant [North Brabant] Rotterdam 

Noord-Holland [North Holland] Amsterdam, c.ff. 

Overijssel Amsterdam, e.g. 

Utrecht Amsterdam, e.g. 

Zeeland Rotterdam 

Zuid-Holland [South Holland] Rotterdam 

NEW ZEALAND 

Provincial diitriet 

Auckland Auckland 

Canterbury WeUlngton, e.g 

Hawke's Bay Wellington, c.ff 



ADlflNISTBATITK DITISIOM 



CON3DLAB DISTRICT 



NEW ZEALAND-Continued 

Provincial district 

Marlborough Wellington, e.g. 

Nelson Wellington, e.g. 

Otago. including Stewart Island Wellington, e.g. 

Taranaki Wellington, e.g. 

Wellington Wellington, e.g. 

Westland Wellington, e.g. 

NICABAOUA 
Departamento (or comaTca) 

Bluefields Puerto Cabezas 

Cabo Qraclas & Dies (com.) Puerto Cabezas 

Carazo Corinto 

Chinandega Corinto 

Chontales: 

All of the Department lying west 

of a line drawn from a point on the 

Rio Segovia in longitude 85° SO* to a 

point on the Rfo San Juan in longitude 

84° 30' Corinto 

All of the Department not included 

in the Corinto consular district Puerto Cabezas 

Esteli Corinto 

Granada Corinto 

Jinotega: 

All of the Department lying west of 

a line drawn from a point on the Rio 

Segovia in longitude 85° 30' to a point 

on the Rio San Juan in longitude 

84° 30' Corinto 

All of the Department not included 

in the Corinto consular district Puerto Cabezas 

Le6n Corinto 

Managua.- Corinto 

Masaya Corinto 

Matagalpa. Corinto 

Nueva Segovia Corinto 

Prinzapolka: 

All of the Department lying west of 

a line drawn from a point on the Rfo 

Segovia in longitude 85° 30' to a point 

on the Rio San Juan in longitude 

84° 30' Corinto 

All of the Department not included 

in the Corinto consular district Puerto Cabezas 

Rio Grande: 

All of the Department lying west of 

a line drawn from a point on the Rio 

Segovia in longitude 85° 30' to a point 

on the Rio San Juan in longitude 

84° 30' Corinto 

All of the Department lying east of 

a line drawn Irom a point on the Rio 

Segovia in longitude 85° 30' to a point 

on the Rio San Juan in longitude 

84° 30' Puerto Cabezas 

Rivas Corinto 

San Juan del Norte (com.) Puerto Cabezas 

Siquia Puerto Cabezas 

NORTHERN IRELAND 
(See Ireland, Northern) 

NORWAY 
Province [Fylke] 

Akershus Oslo, e.g. 

Aust-Agder Oslo, e.g. 



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NORWAY— Continued 

Province I Fj/lke] 

Buskerad Oslo, e.g. 

Finnmark Oslo, e.g. 

Hedmark Oslo, e.g. 

Hordaland Bergen 

Jan Mayen (Island) Oslo, c.g 

M»(re: 

That portion of the Province 

known as Sunnmffre Bergen 

That portion of the Province 

known as Nordmflre Oslo, e.g. 

Nordland Oslo, c.g. 

Nord-Trjindelag Oslo, c.g. 

Opland Oslo, c.g. 

0stfold Oslo, c.g. 

Rogaland Oslo, c.g. 

Sognog Fjordane Bergen 

S«(r-Trfindelag Oslo, c.g, 

Svalbard [Spitsbergen] Oslo, cj. 

Vest-Agder Oslo, c.g. 

Vestfold Oslo, c.g. 

Telemark Oslo, c.g. 

Troms Oslo, e.g. 

PALESTINE 
All of Palestine Jerusalem, c.g. 

PAEAGUAY 
All of Paraguay Asuncion 

PERSIA 
All of Persia Teheran 

POLAND 
All of Poland Warsaw, c.g. 

PORTUGAL 
Administrative districts 

Aveiro Oporto 

Beja --- - Lisbon, c.g. 

Braga Oporto 

Braganfa Oporto 

Castelo Branco Lisbon, c.g. 

Coimbra - Oporto 

Evora.-.:» Lisbon, e.g. 

Faro (Algarve) Lisbon, c.g. 

Guarda Oporto 

Leiria Lisbon, c.g. 

Lisboa (Lisbon) Lisbon, c.g. 

Portalegre Lisbon, c.g. 

Porto Oporto 

Santarfem Lisbon, e.g. 

Setubal ._ Lisbon, c.g. 

Viana do Castelo Oporto 

Vila Real Oporto 

Vizeu Oporto 

RUMANIA 

All of Rumania Bucharest 

ST. PAUL ISLAND 

St. Paul Island (in the South Indian 
Ocean) _ Paris, France, c.g. 



ADMUnSTBATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRIC 

SALVADOR 
(See El Salvador) 

SAN MARINO 
The Republic of San Marino Floraice, Italy 

SCOTLAND 
(See Great Britain) 

SIAM 
AJlof Siam Bangkok, e.g. 

SOUTH AFRICA 
(See Union of South Africa) 
SPAIN 
Province 

Alava Bilbao 

Albacete Valencia 

Alicante Alicante 

Almeria M&laga 

AvUa Madrid 

Badajoz Seville 

Baleares [Balearic Islands] Barcelona, e.g. 

Barcelona Barcelona, e.g. 

Burgos Bilbao 

Cficeres Seville 

C6diz Seville 

Castellon Valencia 

Cludad Real Madrid 

Cordoba Seville 

Corufia Vigo 

Cuenca Madrid 

Qerona Barcelona, e.g. 

Granada Malaga 

Guadalajara Madrid 

Guipfizcoa Bilbao 

Huelva Seville 

Huesca Barcelona, e.g. 

Ja6n M&laga 

Las Palmas. See Canary Islands. 

Leon Vigo 

Lfirida Barcelona, c.g. 

Logrofio... Bilbao 

Lugo Vigo 

Madrid Madrid 

M&laga M&laga 

Murcia Alicante 

Navarra Bilbao 

Orense Vigo 

Oviedo Vigo 

Palencia Bilbao 

Palmas, Las. See Las Palmas. 

Pontevedra Vigo 

Salamanca Madrid 

Santa Cruz do Tenerife. See Canary 
Islands. 

Santander Bilbao 

Segovia Madrid 

Sevilla SevUle 

Sorla Madrid 

Tarragona Barcelona, e.g. 

Teruel Valencia 

Toledo Madrid 



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SPAIN— Continued 

Province 

Valencia Valencia 

Valladolia Madrid 

Vlzcaya [Biscay] Bilbao 

Zamora Vigo 

Zaragoza Barcelona, e.g. 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 
(See British Malaya) 
SWEDEN 
Protinct [Lan] 

Alftborg Oateborg 

Bleklnge GOteborg 

Qafleborg - Stockholm, e.g. 

QSteborg och Bohua Qoteborg 

Qottland Stockholm, i.g. 

Halland - Qoteborg 

JSmtland Stockholm, e.g. 

Jonkoping Qoteborg 

Kalmar Qoteborg 

Kopparberg Stockholm, e.g. 

Kristlanstad Qoteborg 

Kronoberg Qoteborg 

Mahnohus Qoteborg 

Norrbotten Stockholm, e.g. 

Orebro Stockholm, e.g. 

OstergStland Stockholm, e.g. 

Skaraborg Qoteborg 

SSdermanland Stockholm, e.g. 

Stockholm Stockholm, e.g. 

Uppsala Stockholm, eg. 

Varmland Qoteborg 

Vasterbotten.- Stockholm, e.g. 

Vfistemorrland.- Stockholm, e.g. 

Vfistmanland Stockholm, e.g. 

SWITZERLAND 

Canton 

Aargau [Argovie] Zurich, e.g. 

Appenzell, comprising Outer Rhodes 

and Inner Rhodes Zurich, e.g. 

Basel, comprising Baselland [Bale- 

Campagne] and Baselstadt [Baie- 

Ville] Basel 

Bern [Berne].... Bern 

Frlbourg [Freiburg] Bern 

Geneva [Geneve, Genf] Geneva 

Qlarus [Claris]... Zurich, e.g. 

Qraubiinden [Grisons] Ziirich, e.g. 

Lurem [Lucerne] Zurich, e.g. 

Neuchatel [Neuenburg] Bern 

St. Qallen [St. Gall] Ziirich, e.g. 

Schaflhausen [Schafthouse] Zurich, e.g. 

Schwyz Ziirich, e.g. 

Solothum [Soleure] Basel 

Tlcino [Tessin] Ziirich, e.g. 

Thurgau [Thurgovie] Zurich, e.g. 

I I'l T*"® following vilayets comprise a zone east of the Eu, 
01 au foreign consulates in Turkey: Bayazit, Diyarbekir, El 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SWITZERLAND-Continued 

Canton 
Unterwalden, comprising Nidwalden 
[Unterwald-le-Bas] and Oberwalden 

[Unterwald-le-Haut] Ziirich, e.g. 

Uri Zurich, e.g. 

Vaud [Waadt] Geneva 

Valais [Waliis] Geneva 

Zug [Zoug] Ziirich, e.g. 

Zurich [Zurich] Ziirich, e.g. 

SYRIA 

All of Syria and the Lebanon Beirut, e.g. 

TURKEY 
Vilayet 

Adana Izmir 

Adrianople. See Edime. 

Afyon karahisar [.A.flon-Kara-Hissar]— . Izmir 

Aintab. See Gazi Antep. 

Aksaray [Ak-Serai] Izmir 

Amasya [AmasiaJ Istanbul, e.g. 

Ankara [Angora] Istanbul, e.g. 

Antalya [Adalia, Tekeh] Izmir 

Artvin Istanbul, e.g. 

Aydin [Aidin] Izmir 

Balikesir [Karassi] Istanbul, e.g. 

Bayazit [Bayezid]' Istanbul, e.g. 

Bilecik [Erthogrul] Istanbul, c.g. 

Bltlis. See Mu?. 

Bolu Istanbul, e.g. 

Bozyuk. See Yozgat. 

Burdur Izmir 

Bursa [Brusa] Istanbul, e.g. 

Cankiri [Chankiri, Kangri] Istanbul, c.ff. 

Canakkale [Dardanelles] Istanbul, e.g. 

Cebellbereket [Jebel-Bereket] Izmir 

Constantinople. See IstanbuL 

Coram [Chorum] Istanbul, e.g. 

Dardanelles. See Canakkale. 

Denizli Izmir 

Diyarbekir [Diarbekr]' , Istanbul, e.g. 

Edirne [Adrianople] Istanbul, c.g. 

Eiazlz [Mamuret-ul-Aziz, Harput]' Istanbul, c.g. 

Erthogrul. See Bilecik. 

Erzincan [Erzin]an]' Istanbul, e.g. 

Erzurum [Erzenim]' Istanbul, c.g. 

Eskijehir [Eskl-Shehir] Istanbul, c.g. 

Gazi Antep [Ghazi- Aintab] Izmir 

Giresun [Kerasund] Istanbul, c.g. 

Giimujane [Gumush-Haneh] Istanbul, c.g, 

Hakari [Hakiari] Izmir 

Hamid-Abad. See Isparta. 
Harput. See Eiaziz. 

Icel [Itchil] Izmir 

Isparta [Sparta, Hamid-Abad] Izmir 

Istanbul [Constantinople] Istanbul, e.gt 

Izmid. See Kocaeli. 

Izmir [Smyrna] — Iimir 

Janik. See Samsun. 

phrates which the Turkish Government excludes from the jurisdictioD 
laziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, Kars, Mu?, and Van. 



88 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



ADMINISTRAnVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



TURKEY— Continued 

Vila vet 

Jebel-Bereket. See Cebelibereket. 

Kangri. See Cankiri. 

Kara-Hissar-Sharki. See §ebin Karahisar. 

Karassi. See Balikesir. 

Kars' Istanbul, e.g. 

Kastamonu [Kastamuni] Istanbul, e.g. 

Kayseri [Kaisarla] Istanbul, c.ff. 

Kerasund. See Qiresun. 

Kirklarell [Kirk-Kilissa] Istanbul, e.g. 

Kirjehlr [Kir-Shehir] Istanbul, e.g. 

Kocaell [Koja-Ili, Izmid] Istanbul, e.g. 

Konya [Konla] Izmir 

Kutahya [Kutahla] Izmir 

Lazistan. See Rize. 

Malatya [Malatia] Izmir 

Mamuret-ul-Aziz. See ElSziz. 

Manisa [Magnesia, Saruhan] Izmir 

Mara? [Marash] Izmir 

Mardin Izmir 

Mersin [Merslna] Izmir 

Mugla [Mentesheh] Izmir 

Mu5 [Mush, Bitlis]« Istanbul, e.g, 

Nigde FNigdeh] Izmir 

Ordu Istanbul, e.g. 

Rize [Rizeh, Lazistan] „ Istanbul, c.(;. 

Rodosto. See Tekirdag. 

Samsun [Janik] Istanbul, e.g. 

Saruhan. See Manisa. 

Sebjn Karahisar [Shabin-Kara-Hissar, 
Kara-Hissar-Sharki] Istanbul, e.g. 

Siirt [Saerd] Izmir 

Sinop Istanbul, e.g. 

Sivas Istanbul, e.g. 

Smyrna. See Izmir. 

Sparta. See Isparta. 

Tekeh. iS«« Antalya. 

Tekirdag [Rodosto] Istanbul, e.g. 

Tokat Istanbul, e.g. 

Trabzon [Trebizond] Istanbul, e.g. 

Urfa Izmir 

Van' Istanbul, e.g. 

Yozgat [Yozgad, Bozyuk] Istanbul, e.g. 

Zonguldak [Zunguldak] Istanbul, e.g. 

Islands: 

All islands not under Greek admin- 
istration lying south of the Qulf of 
Edremid [Adramyti] and adjacent to 
the Turkish coast, including the 
Italian islands in the Dodecanese, and 
Castellorizzo Izmir 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 
Province 
Cape of Good Hope: 

All that portion of the Province 

lying west of 25° east longitude Capetown, e.g. 

All that portion of the Province 

lying east of 25" east longitude Port Elizabeth 

Natal Durban 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA-Continued 

Province 
Orange Free State Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 
Transvaal Johannesburg 

URUGUAY 

All of Uruguay Montevideo, e.g. 

VENEZUELA 

State (or territorv) 

Amazonas (ter.) Caracas 

Anzo&tegui Caracas 

Apure Caracas 

Aragua Caracas 

Bolivar Caracas 

Carabobo.. Caracas 

Cojedes Caracas 

Delta Amacuro (ter.) Caracas 

Distrito Federal: 

All of the Department of Libertador 

except the parish of Macuto Caracas 

All of the Department of Vargas and 
the parish of Macuto in the Depart- 
ment of Libertador La Guaira, v.c. 

Falcon: 

All of the State lying west of a line 
running north and south through, but 

including, the town of La Vela Maracaibo 

All of the State not included in the 

Maracaibo consular district Caracas 

Gu&rico Caracas 

Lara Caracas 

Mferida Maracaibo 

Miranda Caracas 

Monagas Caracas 

Nueva Esparta Caracas 

Portuguesa Caracas 

Sucre Caracas 

T&chira Maracaibo 

Trujillo Maracaibo 

Yaracuy Caracas 

Zamora Caracas 

Zulia Maracaibo 

WALES 

(See Great Britain) 

YUGOSLAVIA J 

Province [Banovina] 

Dravska Zagreb 

Drinska Belgrade 

Dunavska [Danube] Belgrade 

Moravska Belgrade 

Prhnorska [Sea Coast] Zagreb 

Savska Zagreb 

Vardarska Belgrade 

Vrbaska Zagreb 

Zetska: 

The eastern portion only, as included 
in the Okruzni Inspektorati of Bijelo 
Polje and Mitrovica Belgrade 

The western portion only, as included 
in the Okruzni Inspektorati of Dubrov- 
nik and Cetinje_ Zagreb 



» The following vilayets comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes from the Jurisdiction 
of all foreign consulates in Turkey: Bayazit, Diyarbekir, Elftziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, Kars, Mu?, and Van. 

> See Yugoslavia, p. 72, for allocation of former political divisions: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia-Slavonia, Slovenia, Bosnia, etc. 



5. SUPERVISORY CONSULATES GENERAL 



Consulates general 


Supervisory jurisdiction 


Consulates general 


Supervisory jurisdiction 




AU of the Netherlands. 

All of Belgium and Luxemburg. 

All of Greece. 

All of Spain and the Canary Islands. 

The Netherland East Indies. 

AU of Syria and the Lebanon. 

All of Germany. 

All of India. 

All of Peru. 

The Union of South Africa. 

The Irish Free State. 

All of Guatemala. 

All of Cuba. 

The Maritime Provinces of Canada 

The Republic of Turkey. 

All of Portugal, the Azores, and Madeira. 

All of the British Isles except the Irish 

Free State. 
AU of Mexico. 




The Province of Quebec. 
AU of Italy. 




Naples 














Batavia ... 


Paris 


All of France. 


Piirut 


Rio de Janeiro 

Santiago 


AU of BrazU. 


Berlin 


All of Chile 


Calcutta 


Singapore 


The Straits Settlements. 


Callao-Lima 




AU of Sweden. 




Sydney, N.S.W_.. 




Dublin 
















Halifax 


Vancouver 


The Province of British Columbia. 


Istanbul 


Wellington 


AU of New Zealand. 


Lisbon . 


Winnipeg 


The Provinces of Manitoba. Saskatche- 




Ziirich 






AU of Switzerland. 


Mexico. D.F 







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6. TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES » 

The following Tariff of United States Consular Fees is prescribed by the President under 
authority of section 1745, Revised Statutes, as amended by the acts of April 5, 1906, c. 1366, 
sections 7, 8, and 9, 34 Stat. 101, and June 4, 1920 c. 223, sections 1 and 2, 41 Stat. 750, to be 
charged by consular officers 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. No fee or compensation will be collected for any service not covered by this 
tariff. 

The fees in this tariff are not prescribed for American vessels and seamen, because they are 
exempted by law from the payment of consular fees. Consular agents will make the fees in this 
tariff a basis of collection from the Treasury for services to such vessels. Foreign-built vessels, 
unregistered, 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. 

Services, except those for which fees are fixed in items 8, 9, and 10, under this tariff shall be 
rendered free of charge when performed: (a) In connection with the settlement of the estate of 
any employee of the United States dying abroad while on official duty; (b) for the use of any per- 
son in the collection of claims from the United States or from any State for compensation, pen- 
sions, back pay, bounty, bonus, property loss in the service of the United States; (c) for obtaining 
the return of property held by the Alien Property Custodian; and (d) for the official use of the 
United States Veterans' Administration. 

Consular officers must require all fees to be paid in advance and before the stamps are can- 
celed, except in case of attendance out of oflBce or of commissions, when the amount can not be 
determined until the service is performed. Advance deposits to cover fees in such latter cases may 
be accepted but in no other. 

This tariff is effective July 1, 1929, and should be posted in a conspicuous place in consular 
offices as required by section 1731, Revised Statutes. 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


1 


MISCELLANEOUS SEKVICE8 

Certification of Invoice In such number of 
copies as will meet the requirements of the 
regulations and instructions and provide 
the shipper with one copy (In addition to 
original) for his own use, including any 
additional declaration or certificate not 
otherwise provided for which is required 
by law or regulations for use in connection 
with the entry of the wares or the forward- 
ing of the same In bond (see Item No. 37)„ 

Involce of returned American goods 


$2.50 
1.00 


4 
6 

6 

7 
8 


MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES— COntlnUOd 

certificate for food and drug products or In- 


$1.00 


2 


Certificate to extra copies of invoices, each.. 

Certificate of disinfection In such number of 
copies as will meet the requirements of the 
regulations and instructions and provide 
the shipper with one copy for his own 

Discontinued. 
Discontinued. 

Executing application for passport (no excep- 
tions) 

Issue of passport . . 


1.00 
2.50 


3 


Certificates and declarations as above de- 

RTiHhpfl wh«n tssiipH fnr n shinmnnf. not. 




1.00 
9.00 


covered by a consular Invoice, Including 
1 declaration of foreign shipper of articles ex- 
1 ported for exhibition and returned (Form 

204) and Immigrant's oath regarding teams 


Exceptions- 
Co) Oflicers or employees of the United 
States traveling on oflBclal busi- 
ness, or members of their Immedi- 


No fee 


with quarantine regulations, but excluding 


(6) Seamen - 


No fee 



1 As established by Executive Order No. 5110 of May 1.3, 1929, and as amended bv Executive Orders No. 534.") of May 8, 1930, 
No. 6417 of Aug. 4, 1930, No. 5526 Of Jan. 7, 1931, No. 5773 of Jan. 11, 1932, No. 6848 of May 16, 1932. and No. 5910 of Aug. 23, 1932. 

90 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES 



91 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MiscKLLAMEOcs SERVICES— Continued 






MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES— continued 






(c) Widows, children, parents, brothers, 
and sisters of American soldiers, 
sailors, or marines buried abroad, 
whose Journey is for the purpose of 
visiting graves of such soldiers, sail- 


No fee 

No fee 
$5.00 

No fee 
1.00 

No fee 

1.00 
9.00 

1.00 
9.00 

No fee 
No fee 

No fee 

1.00 

2.00 

No fee 

9.00 
9.00 

1.00 


13 
14 

15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 

21 

22 
23 


fraction thereof, except that no fee shall be 
charged on securities not negotiable by the 
consular officer, and evidences of debt not 
due and payable in the country where the 
decedent died. No charge will be made for 
placing the official seal upon the personal 
property or effects of such deceased citizen. 






Amendment or verification of an American 






Renewal of an American passport 






Exceptions- 
Same as respects issue of passports If 
bearer of passport has status held by 
him at time of issue of passport. 

Execution of application for registration 

Issue of certificateof identity and registration. 

Execution of affidavit in regard to American 

birth in connection with application for 


certificate cf employment issued at Tangier. 

BEEVICES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN 

Bill of health. In duplicate 


$2.00 
6.00 




(Foreign government-owned or chartered 
vessels engaged exclusively in official 
duties are exempt from payment of fees 
for bills of health.) 


9 


Visa services for aliens. 
Immigration visa: 
Furnishing and verifying application for 


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 per- 








Passport visa (see exceptions below): 
Preparation and aclrnowledgment of dec- 
laration or application for passport 
visas, except where reciprocal agree- 
ments for other fees have been made 

Issue of passport visa except where re- 
ciprocal agreements for other fees have 
been made 


can vessels running regularly by weekly or 
monthly trips, or otherwise, to or between 
foreign ports, this tonnage 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 performed. 
And for every additional 100 tons net or frac- 
tion thereof. 






Exceptions (passport visa and applica- 
tion therefor)— 
(a) Any officer of any foreign gov- 
ernment or members of his 
immediate family 


.50 




Shipping or discharging seamen including 






(6) Any officer of the armed forces of 
any foreign government or 
members of his immediate 
family 


the certificates thereof attached to crew list 
and shipping articles and given to seamen.. 2. 00 
Authentication of copies of protests or other 




(c) Any officer of any state, district, 
or municipality of any foreign 
government or members of his 
immediate family . 




2.00 




Preparation and acknowledgment for vessels 
or seamen of any oath or declaration for 
which a form is given in the Consular Regu- 




Certificate to a copy of a visa declaration 

or application previously taken 

Visa of alien crew list 


lations, or a similar necessary service not 
otherwise provided for. See Fee No. 9 for 
visa of alien crew lists 2. 00 




Supplemental visa of alien crew list 

Visaing a Chinese passport or certificate 

(except no fee for persons included in a, 

6, and c above) 


Preparation and execution for vessels or sea- 
men of any certificate for which a form is 
given in the Consular Regulations, or simi- 
lar necessary service not otherwise pro- 


10 


Visaing affidavit of identity 


vided for 


2.00 
2.00 
.50 


11 


Marriage certificate, in duplicate. Form No. 
87. . 


Orders or letters for vessels or seamen for 
which forms are given in the Consular 
Regulations, or other similar necessary 
service not otherwise provided for 


12 


For taking into possession the personal estate 
of any citizen who shall die within the 
limits of a consulate. Inventorying, selling, 
and finally settling and preparing or trans- 
mitting, according to law, the balance due 
thereon, $2 for each $100 of market value or 




Recording, when necessary, for vessels or 
seamen any document covered by the pro- 
visions of the Consular Regulations, for 
every 100 words or fraction thereof 



92 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




SERVICES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN— COntd. 






NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES— Continued 




24 


Noting marine protest 


$2.00 
3.00 

.50 

2.00 

2.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 


38 
39 


Certifying to official character of a foreign 
notary or other official ... 




25 


Extending marine protest 


$2.00 




If it exceeds 200 words, for every additional 
100 words 


Exception- 
Authentications under authority of the 
United States Quarantine Regulations, 
In the form prescribed by the Depart- 
ment of State, certifying to official 
character of officials signing foreign 




26 


Protest of master against charterers or freight- 
ers . 




27 


Clearance when Issued by the consul, as at 




28 


Attending an appraisement of vessel's goods 
or eflects, for each day's attendance 

Attending sale of vessel's goods, for each 
day's attendance during which the sale 


No fee 


29 


For taking depositions, executing commis- 
sions or letters rogatory, where the record 
of testimony includiug caption and certifl- 




30 


Attendance at a shipwreck, or for the pur- 
pose of assisting a ship in distress, or of 
saving wrecked goods or property, over and 
above traveling expenses, whenever the 
consul's interposition is required by the 
parties Interested, for each day 


For each additional 100 words or fraction 
thereof 


.50 




The foregoing fee shall cover the admin- 
istration of the oath and all services of 
the consul as commissioner, but shall 
not include services of clerk, stenogra- 
pher, or typewriter, which shall be ad- 
ditional at the rate prescribed herein 






NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES 




31 
32 
33 


Administering an oath and certificate thereof. 

Discontinued. 

Acknowledgment of a deed or power of attor- 
ney, or similar service, Including one or 
more signatures, with certificate thereof, 
for each copy . 


2.00 
2.00 

No fee 
No fee 

No fee 
No fee 


40 

41 
42 

43 
44 


for copying. 
Copies (carbon copies to be charged for at the 
same rate as originals, and including the 
typing of official forms where requested 
and where such service Is not included in 
any other item of this tarill): 
For the first 100 words or fraction thereof. 

For every additional 100 words or less 

For certifying to the correctness of a copy of, 
or extract from, any document, official or 




34 


Administering any and all oaths required to 
be made by pensioners and their witnesses 
in the execution of theh" pension vouchers, 
or by persons presenting claims for pen- 
sions or increase of pensions, or claimy for 
insurance or Insurance allowances, or allot- 
ments, or certifying to the competency of 
a local official before whom said papers 
were executed, or for other services In rela 
tion thereto 


.60 
25 

2.00 




Each copy certified is to be considered 
an original, and a fee charged for the 
certification. 
Additional fee for all services contemplated 
by fees numbered 31, 33, 38, 39, 40, and 41 
when rendered elsewhere than at the con- 
sular office at the request of the interested 

parties, for each hour or fraction thereof 

In connection with any service rendered 
outside of the consular office at the re- 
quest of private Individuals, the exact 
amount of the expenses actually and 
necessarily incurred by the person ren- 
dering the service shall be collected 
from the persons for whom the service 
Ls performed in addition to the fee or 
fees prescribed therefor, but no amount 
in excess of the fee or fees prescribed 
and such actual and necessary expenses 
shall be charged or accepted. 
Recording unofficial documents In consulate 
upon request: 




35 
36 


Acknowledgments and authentications cod 
nected with the assignment or transfer of 
United States bonds or of powers of attor- 
ney therefor or to collect Interest thereon- 
Administering oaths or taking acknowledg- 
ments of officials or employees of the 
United States Government, or of any cor- 
poration in which the United States or its 
representatives shall own the entire out- 
standing capital stock, in connection with 


1.00 


37 


For rendering notarial services to officials of 
foreign Qovernments who render gratui- 
tously reciprocal courtesies to American 
diplomatic and consular officers, or for cer- 
tification of invoices of shipments of official 
supplies and equipment from foreign Qov- 
ernments to their diplomatic and consular 
officers and of shipments of personal effects 
to such officer? in the United States when 
such foreign Qovernment renders gratui- 
tously reciprocal services to the United 
States Qovernment 


.50 




For every additional 100 words or less 

Any and all services Indicated In the tariff of 
fees and pe -formed upon written orders of 
the Department of State for the official use 
of the Qovernment of the United States.... 


.25 
No fee 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES 



93 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


45 
46 


NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES— Continued 

An" and aU services in connection with the 
execution of tax returns, federal, state, ter- 
ritorial municipal and insular 


No fee 
$2.00 

No fee 
1.00 


49 
50 

51 


NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES— Continued 

Noting and certifying to protest of a bill of 
exchange or other negotiable Instrument 
and giving notice thereof to drawer and in- 




License for the practice of pharmacy and the 
sale of poisons in the consular districts of 
the United States in China 


dorsers when requested to doso $2.00 

Administering oaths or taking acknowledg- 
ments or authenticating the signatures of 


47 


For certifying to the correctness of copies of 
certificates of American origin, manufac- 
ture, or inspection, where such services 
are performed upon written orders of the 
Secretary of State for the purpose of ad- 
vancing the export trade of the United 


foreign officials, in connection with kins- 
men's petitions for wages and eflects of 
deceased seamen of the American mer- 
chant marine 

Any and all services performed for American 
citizens while outside the United States In 
preparation of ballots to be used in any 
primary, general, or other public elections 
in the United States, Its territories, or pos- 
sessions, whether federal, state, territorial, 


No fee 


4& 


Presenting a biU of exchange or other nego- 
tiable instrument for acceptance, payment, 
or protest, for each hour or fraction thereof 


No fee 











7. DISPOSITION OF FEES AND COMPENSATION OF CONSULAR AGENTS AND 

VICE CONSULS 

The act for the reorganization of the consular service of the United States, approved April 5, 
1906 (34 Stat. 101), provides: 

Sec. 8. That all fees, official or unofficial, received by any officer in the consular, service for 
services rendered in connection with the duties of his office or as a consular officer, including 
fees for notarial services, and fees for taking depositions, executing commissions or letters rogatory, 
settling estates, receiving or paying out moneys, caring for or disposing of property, shall be 
accounted for and paid into the Treasury of the United States, and the sole and only compensation 
of such officers shall be by salaries fixed by law; but this shall not apply to consular agents, who 
shall be paid by one-half of the fees received in their offices, up to a maximum sum of one thousand 
dollars in any one year, the other half being accounted for and paid into the Treasury of the United 
States. 

The act of February 23, 1931 (46 Stat. 1209), amends the act of April 5, 1906, as follows: 

Sec. 18. That the provisions of sections 8 and 10 of the Act of April 5, 1906, relative to official 
fees and the method of accounting therefor shall apply to diplomatic officers below the grade of 
minister and to consular officers. 

Section 25 of the act of February 23, 1931, provides as follows: 

Sec. 25. That for such times as any Foreign Service officer shall be lawfully authorized to 
act as charge d'affaires ad interim or to assume charge of a consulate general or consulate during 
the absence of the principal officer at the post to which he shall have been assigned, he shall, if his 
salary is less than one-half that of such principal officer, receive in addition to his salary as Foreign 
Service officer, compensation equal to the difference between such salary and one-half of the salary 
provided by law for the ambassador, minister, or principal consular officer, as the case may be. 

FEES COLLECTED AT CONSULAR AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1932 



Agency 



Annapolis Royal 

" Bathurst 

» Beebe Junction 
Bocas del Toro.. . 

Brighton 

Caibarien 

Cananea.. 

Ceara 

<■ Chanaral 

Christchurch 

Coquimbo 

Cruz Grande 

Dieppe 

Djibouti- 



$167. 00 
71.50 
29.50 
82.00 
262.00 
636. 00 
972. 50 
1,144.00 
285. 00 
1, 025. 50 
135.00 
97.00 
42.50 
888.00 



Agency 



Dunedin 

" East London 

" Flushing 

Galway 

Gonaives 

Grenada 

'' Jeremie 

''Jersey 

>• Kalamata... 

Kenora 

La Oroya 

La Romana... 
Los Mochis... 
" Lunenburg.. 



$809. 00 
65.00 
100. 00 
920. 50 
173. 50 
603. 50 
253. 50 
80.50 
447.00 
646. 00 
33.00 
951. 50 
269.00 
2.50 



Manzanillo 

Matagalpa 

Mollendo 

" Nanaimo 

» Newcastle, N. 1 

" Ocean Falls 

Oran 

Paramaribo 

Pau 

Port de Pai.x 

'' Puntarenas 

Rio Grande 

Roseau 

Sagua la Grande . 



$436. 00 

3.00 

395. 50 

124.00 

81.50 

6.00 

500.50 

815. 00 

99.50 

142. 00 

1, 264. 50 

54.00 

958. 00 

620. 00 



Agency 



St. George's 

' St. Leonard 

St. Lucia 

Salaverry 

Sanchez 

*■ San Jos6, Guate- 
mala '. 

" San Pedro de Ma 

coris 

' Talcahuano 

Tarragona 

Tocopilla 

" Tuxpan 



$187. 50 
159.50 
691. 50 
266.50 
441. 50 

872.50 

755.00 
443.00 
1,36L00 
891. 25 
123.50 



Closed before June 30, 1932. 



"> Closed after June 30, 1932. 



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9. IIST OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS 

EMBASSIES 



Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Brussels, Belgium 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
Santiago, Gtiile 
Habana, Cuba 



Tirana, Albania 

Vienna, Austria 

La Paz, Bolivia 

Sofia, Bulgaria 

Ottawa, Canada 

Peiping, China 

Bogota, Colombia 

San Jos6, Costa Rica 

Prague, Czechoslovakia 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 

Quito, Ecuador 

Cairo, Egypt 

San Salvador, El Salvador 

Tallinn, Estonia 



Paris, France 
Berlin, Germany 
London, England 
Rome, Italy 
Tokyo, Japan 

LEGATIONS 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia • 
Helsingfors, Finland 
Athens, Greece 
Guatemala, Guatemala 
Port-au-Prince, Haiti 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras 
Budapest, Hungary 
Baghdad, Iraq i 
Dublin, Irish Free State 
Riga, Latvia 
Monrovia, Liberia 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Luxemburg, Luxemburg 
Tangier, Morocco > 
The Hague, Netherlands 



Mfixico, D.F., Mexico 
Lima, Peru 
Warsaw, Poland 
Madrid, Spain 
Istanbul, Turkey 



Managua, Nicaragua 

Oslo, Norway 

Panama, Panama 

Asuncion, Paraguay 

Teheran, Persia 

Lisbon, Portugal 

Bucharest, Rumania 

Bangkok, Slam 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Bern, Switzerland 

Pretoria, Union of South Africa 

Montevideo, Uruguay 

Caracas, Venezuela 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia 



10. SALARIES IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 

AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS 

Ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary $17, SCO 

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary 10,000 

To China and the Netherlands 12,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 



Class 1 $9, 000 to $10, 000 

Class 2 8, 000 to 8.900 

Class 3 7,000 to 7,900 

Class 4 6,000 to 6,900 

Class 5 5,000 to 6,900 

Class 6 4,500to 4,900 



Class 7 $4, 000 to $4, 400 

Class 8 3, 600 to 3,900 

Unclassified (o) 3,000 

Unclassified (6) 2,760 

Unclassified (c) 2,500 



Senior clerki 

Class 1 $4,000 

Class 2 3, 750 

Class 3 3, 500 

Class 4 3, 250 

Class 6 - 3,000 



Junior clerki 

Class 1 $2,750 

Class 2 2,500 

Class 3 — less than $2,500 



• At Addis Ababa and Baghdad there are ministers resident, and at Tangier, a diplomatic agent. They are 
Foreign Service officers and receive compensation as such. 



96 



11. CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS I 



•Maxwell Blake « 

Sheldon L. Crosby 

Edwin S. Cunnineham.. 

Leo J. Keena 

•Homer M. Bylngton... 

Claude I. Dawson 

Robert Frazer 

•Clarence E. Gauss 

Ray Atherton 

•Edwin L. Neville , 

Ferdinand L. Mayer 

•John K. Caldwell 

Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr — 

Douglas Jenkins , 

Marion Letcher , 

Alexander R. Magruder. 
George S. Messersmith.., 

•Willys R. Peck* , 

Roger Culver Tredwell.. 
Frederick T. F. Dumont 

Arthur Oarrels 

•Mahlon Fay Perkins ... 

G. Ilowland Shaw 

•Addison E. Southard *., 
John Campbell White... 
Charles M. Hathaway, Jr 

Arthur Bliss Lane ^ , 

Snmuel T. Lee 

J. Theodore Marriner 

Wesley Frost 

George A. Gordon. , 

Alexander C. Zirk 



Whence i 

ap- Designation 

pointed 



Post 



Mo... 
N. Y.. 
Tenn. 
Mich. 
Conn. 
S. C. 
Pa.... 
Conn. 

lU 

Ohio.. 
Ind... 

Ky.... 
Calif.. 
S. C. 
Ga.... 
Md... 
Del... 
Calif-. 
Ind... 
Pa.... 
Mo... 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 
Ky.... 
Md... 
Pa.... 
N. Y.. 
Mlch- 
Me... 
Ky.... 
N. Y„ 

m..... 



Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation.. 
Counselor of embassy. 
Counselor of embassy. 
Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation.. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation.. 
Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 
Counselor of embassy. 



Tangier 

Warsaw 

Shanghai 

Paris 

Department 

Barcelona 

London. 

Peiping 

London 

Tokyo 

Brussels and Luxem- 
burg. 

Sydney, N.S.W 

Lima 

Hong Kong 

Antwerp 

Lisbon 

Berlin 

Nanking 

Department- 

Habana 

Tokyo - 

Department _ 

Istanbul 

Addis Ababa 

Buenos Aires 

Munich 

Mexico, D.F 

Rio de Janeiro 

Paris 

MontreaL 

Berlin. 

Rome 



Date of 
assignment 



May 
May 
Sept. 
Oct. 
July 
Dec. 
Oct. 
June 

tSept. 

JApr. 
Oct. 

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



14, 1925 
26, 1032 
8. 1919 
26,1929 

27. 1929 

13. 1930 
8, 1932 

20, 1933 

26. 1927 

12. 1928 

20. 1930 

19. 1932 

26. 1933 
2, 1930 
6,1928 

17. 1929 

6. 1930 

5. 1931 
26, 1933 
26, 1929 

16. 1929 
15, 1933 

28. 1931 

12. 1927 

11. 1928 
27, 1927 

26. 1930 

22. 1931 
1, 1931 

24,1928 
26, 1930 

21. 1929 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 

Dec. 17.1925 

Dec. 17,1925 

June 30, 1927 

Sept. 29, 1927 

May 23, 1929 

May 23, 1929 

Oct. 16,1929 

Oct. 16,1929 

Dec. 31,1929 

May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9, 1930 
May 9, 1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
Feb. 4, 1931 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
July 
July 
July 



4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4,1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 



Feb. 2, 1906 
Apr. 19,1910 
Feb. 16,1898 
June 28,1909 
Jan. 1, 1898 
Aug. 22, 1910 
July 16,1909 
June 27,1907 
Aug. 28,1917 
Nov. 15, 1907 
Aug. 7, 1916 

Dec. 17,1906 
Jan. 10,1911 
July 1, 1908 
June 15,1909 
Aug. 11,1909 
July 27,1914 
Dec. 31,1906 
Apr. 28,1909 
July 1, 1904 
June 29,1908 
Jan. 29,1909 
May 29,1918 
Sept. 26, 1916 
May 25,1914 
Sept. 16, 1911 
Aug. 26,1917 
Aug. 28,1907 
Sept. 14, 1918 
Apr. 29,1912 
Feb. 18,1920 
Mar. 6,1915 



' Arranged chronologically according to the date of appointment to present class. 

« Appointed also to act as diplomatic agent pursuant to sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24, 1924. Receives com- 
pensation as a Foreign Service officer. 

3 Designated also counselor of legation. 

* Appointed also to act as minister resident pursuant to sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24, 1924. Receives com- 
pensation as a Foreign Service officer. 

« Appointed Minister to Nicaragua on July 31, 1933 



ril94— 33- 



97 



98 



REGISTER OF THE DErARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS II 



J. Klahr Huddle 

Coert du Bois 

Ernest L. Harris 

Theodore Jaeckel 

R. Henry Norweb 

Louis Sussdorll, Jr 

Benjamin Thaw, Jr 

John C. Wiley 

Thomas D. Bowman 

George E. Chamberlin... 
•Felis Cole— 

•John K. Davis 

Carl F. Deichman 

Arthur C. Frost.. 

John A. Oamon 

Arminius T. Haeberle.... 

Lewis W. Haskell 

Calvin M. Hitch 

Philip Holland 

Ilallett Johnson 

John E. Kehl 

Ely E. Palmer , 

James B. Stewart , 

•Walter C. Thurston 

•North Winship 

Will L. Lowrie , 

•Thomas M. Wilson 

Edwin C. Wilson 

Charles L. Hoover 

Williamson S. Howell, Jr 

•Irving N. Linnell' 

Frank P. Lockhart 

Jay Pierrepont Moffat.. 
•Robert M. Seotten 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Ohio... 
Calif... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 
N. Y... 



Ind.... 
Mo.... 
N. Y... 
D. C. 

Ohio... 
Mo.... 
Mass... 

Ill 

Mo... 
S. C... 

Oa 

Tenn... 
N. J.... 
Ohio... 
R. I.... 
N. Mei. 
Ariz.... 

Ga 

Ill 

Tenn... 

Fla 

Mo.... 
Tex.... 
Mass... 
Tex.... 
N. H... 
Mich-. 



Designation 



Post 



Dale of 
assignment 



Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 
Counselor of legation.. 
Counselor of legation. 
Counselor of embassy 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation. 

Consul general 

Consul general....... 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy 
Counselor of legation. 

Consul general 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul general. 

Consul general 

First secretary 

First secretary 



Warsaw 

Naples 

Vienna 

Rome 

Santiago, Chile. 

Department _ 

Oslo 

Department 

Mexico, D.F. 

Halifax 

Riga, Kaunas, and Tal- 
linn 

Seoul.. 

Lisbon 

Calcutta 

Marseille.. - 



Zurich 

Wellington.. 

Liverpool 

The Hague 

Hamburg ,. 

Vancouver. 

Budapest 

Rio de Janeiro 

Copenhagen 

Frankfort-on-the-Maln. 
On detail as inspector 

Department 

Amsterdam 

Paris 

Capetown 

Tientsin 

Department 

Paris.. 



July 9, 1930 
July 30, 1931 
Aug. 3, 1929 
Nov. 20, 1929 
May 26, 1930 
Oct. 17, 1932 
Oct. 20, 1932 
Feb. 16,1933 
Mar. 27, 1933 
Nov. 24, 1931 
Nov. 11, 1930 

May 24, 1930 
Dec. 13,1930 
July 31.1931 
Aug. 24,1928 
July 1, 1925 
Oct. 29,1928 
Oct. 9, 1930 
Sept. 20, 1927 
tApr. 6, 1931 
tMay 23, 1929 
Aug. 3, 1929 
June 22, 1933 
Oct. 7, 1931 
tApr. 8, 1931 
Nov. 19, 1930 
Feb. 21,1925 
Oct. 23,1931 
Oct. 18,1927 
Feb. 2, 1929 
Oct. 13,1931 
June 15,1931 
May 1, 1931 
Sept. 27, 1930 



Date of ap- Date of 

pointment to entry into 
present class service 



31. 1929 
9, 1930 
9, 1030 



Dec. 

May 
May 

May 9, 1930 

May 9, 1930 

May 9, 1930 I 

May 9, 1930 

May 9, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 



Apr. 

Sept. 
May 
July 
Mar. 
May 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



19, 1915 
28, 1919 
10, 1898 
30, 1914 
19, 1917 
27, 1914 
7, 1916 
6, 1915 
11, 1912 
3, 1905 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

i July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

I July 
July 

! Aug. 

j Feb. 

I Feb. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 '• 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 : 
24, 1930 i 

15. 1930 
4, 1931 

27. 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 



Aug. 12,1910 
Apr. 10,1907 
Apr. 1,1915 
May 12,1914 
June 18,1908 
Feb. 14,1910 
Mar. 15, 1915 
Mar. 30, 1910 
Sept. 22, 1912 
Oct. 15,1897 
Jan. 13,1911 
Aug. 18, 1915 
May 1, 1917 
July 19,1910 
Jan. 14,1899 
Oct. 6, 1919 
Apr. 21,1920 
June 29, 1909 
Aug. 7,1916 
Oct. 21,1914 
July 1, 1925 
Sept. 5,1919 
May 23,1916 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS III 



P. Stewart Helntzleman.. Pa Consul general Winnipeg Apr. 15,1925 



Frank C. Lee 

•George K. Donald 
•Thomas II. Bevan 
Cornelius Van U. Engert 
•Herbert 8. Goold 
Lester Maynard 
•Leinnd B. Morris 

• Assigned also as counselor 




Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul general 

Consul general 

First secretary 

legation at Pretoria. 



Prague Oct. 15,1931 

St. John's, N. F | Apr. 7, 1933 

Oslo June 13,1928 

Cairo...- j June 29,1933 

Beirut Oct, 24,1930 

Athens July 15,1932 

Athens ItFeb. 20, 1932 



July 1, 1924 

June 8, 1927 

Aug. 24.1927 

Oct. 16,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19. 1929 

Dec. 19.1929 

Dec. 26,1929 



Oct. 25,1902 
Nov. 8,1915 
July 25, 1914 
Nov. 17, 1910 
Apr. 24,1912 
Oct. 20,1916 
June 26,1906 
Apr. 12,1910 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS III— Continued 



99 



•S. Pinkney Tuck 

•H. Merle Cochran 

Leon Dominlan 

Edward A. Dow 

•Paul Knabenshue' 

Maxwell K. Moorhead 

Kenneth S. Patton 

Lowell C. Pinkerton... 

Edward L. Reed 

James B. Young 

•Prentiss B. Qilbert.... 

Walter A. Adams 

Joseph W. Ballantine.. 

Pierre de L. Boal 

George A. Bucklin 

Charles R. Cameron... 

Alfred W. Donegan 

•Eugene II. Dooman... 
W. Roderick Dorsey... 

Joseph E. Haven 

John P. Ilurley 

•Ernest L. Ives 

Joseph E. Jacobs 

Ilerschel V. Johnson... 

Wilbur Keblinger , 

Graham n. Kemper... 

Walter A. Leonard 

George A. Makinson... 

O. Qaylord Marsh 

John R. Putnam 

Emil Sauer 

Hugh U. Watson 

Samuel W. Honaker... 

•Erie R. Dickover 

•David B. Macgowan., 

Monnett B. Davis 

•John Farr Simmons... 
•George Wadsworth.... 
•VVilliam H. Beck 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



N. Y. 

Ariz.. 
N.Y. 
Nebr. 
Ohio. 
Pa... 
Va.-- 
Mo... 
Pa... 
Pa... 
NY. 
S. C. 
Mass. 
Pa... 
Okla. 
N.Y. 
Ala... 
N.Y. 
Md.. 
111.... 
N.Y. 
Va— 
S. C. 
N. C. 
Va... 
Ky... 

ni..-. 

Calif. 
Wash, 
Oreg. 
Tex- 
Vt... 
Tex.. 
CaliL. 
Tenn 
Colo.. 
N.Y. 
N. Y., 
N. J.. 



Designation 



Post 



First secretary Paris 

First secretary Paris 

Consul general Stuttgart _ 

Consul general-- Santiago, Chile 

Consul general.- Baghdad 

Consul general Johannesburg 

Consul general- Batavia- 

Consul general On detail as inspector 

First secretary- Habana- 

Consul general Callao-Lima --. 

Consul.. Geneva 

Consul general Rankow 

Consul general Canton 

First secretary Ottawa 

Consul Victoria, B.C 

Consul general Sao Paulo 

Consul Basel 

First secretary Department 

Consul general Genoa 

Consul - -- Florence 

Consul Nassau 

Consul general ---, Algiers- - 

Consul - Department 

First secretary Department 

Consul general— Singapore 

Consul Hamilton, Bermuda. . 

Consul.. Bremen. 

Consul Birmingham 

Consul Strasbourg 

Consul Leghorn 

Consul general Toronto 

Consul Sydney, N.S 

Consul general Glasgow 

First secretary Tokyo 

Consul Bern 

Consul eeneral Stockholm 

Consul general Cologne 

First secretary Teheran 

Consul general Ottawa.. 



Date of 
assignment 



Feb. 25,1933 

tNov. 23, 1932 
Dec. 19.1929 
Apr. 1, 1933 
Aug. 5,1932 

tJuly 1, 1931 
Mar. 26, 1930 
Dec. 26,1929 
June 28,1929 

tApr. 29, 1933 
Aug. 16,1930 
June 15,1931 
June 10.1930 
June 16,1932 
July 23,1924 

tJan. 22,1930 
Jan. 13,1933 
May 2,1933 
Jan. 8, 1932 
Mar. 30, 1923 
June 30. 1932 
Apr. 5, 1933 
May 7,1930 
Mar. 26, 1930 
Mar. 3,1932 
Apr. 10,1930 
July 1, 1929 
Apr. 17.1930 
Jan. 9, 1932 
June 15,1932 

tJan. 14,1932 
Jan. 9. 1932 
Dec. 22.1931 

tMay 24,1932 
Dec. 22,1931 
June 24, 1933 

tJuly 5, 1932 
Dec. 31,1930 
Dec. 30,1931 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Dec. 31,1929 
May 9, 1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9, 1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9.1930 
May 9.1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
June 12.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
Aug. 15,1930 
Feb. 4, 1931 
Feb. 27,1931 
July 1, 1931 
July 1. 1931 
July 1, 1931 
Dec. 17,1931 



Date of 

entry Into 

service 



Sept. 30, 1913 
§Feb. 12,1918 
Aug. 12,191a 
Nov. 6,1915 
Mar. 1,1905 
June 26,1905 
July 1, 1908 
Oct. 3, 1917 
Dec. 10,1920 
July 27,1909 
July 21,1930 
Mar. 25, 1914 
June 30,1909 
Dec. 20,1919 
July 16,1906 
Oct. 6, 1919 
May 10,1905 
Apr. 27,1912 
Mar. 8,1907 
Aug. 18,1901 
Aug. 23,1919 
June 15,1909 
Nov. 8,1915 
Dec. 22,1920 
May 15,1914 
Nov. 3,1911 
Aug. 7, 1907 
Oct. 7, 1909 
Apr. 1, 1915 
Mar. 26, 1915 
Sept. 18, 1911 
Nov. 10, 1906 
Mar. 4,1913 
June 4,1914 
Dec. 24,1915 
§Dec. 31,1920 
Nov. 9,1916 
July 1, 1916 
Dec. 29,1931 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS IV 



Eibridge Gerry Greene. 

Harold D. Clum 

John W. Dye 

Carol H. Foster 

•Paul R. Josselyn 

Orme Wilson 



N. Y...I 
Minn.. 
Md....{ 
Iowa... I 
N. Y...I 



First secretary. 
Consul general. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

First secretary. 



Aires Aug. 13,1929 

Bucharest... Jan. 13,1933 

Melbourne July 13, 1931 

Rotterdam Sept. 10, 1928 

Shanghai May 7,1930 

Department i Aug. 15,1929 



July 1. 1924 

May 23, 1929 

May 23. 1929 

May 23, 1929 

May 23, 1929 

May 23,1929 



' Appointed to act as minister resident pursuant to sec. 24 of an act of Congress approved Feb. 23, 1931. 
sation as a Foreign Service officer. 



June 13,1914 

Feb. 6, 1909 

July 21.1906 

Oct. 4, 1919 

Apr. 25,1910 

May 1, 1920 
ives compen- 



100 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMEXT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS IV— Continued 



•William C. Burdett.... 

Henry H. Balch 

Raymond E. Cox 

Frank Anderson Henry. 

•Alfred W. Kliefoth 

Dayle C. McDonough.. 

Myrl S. Myers 

Alfred R. Thomson 

•Joseph F. McQurk 

Homer Brett.. 

Ralph C. Busser 

Hasell H. Dick 

John D. Johnson 

David J. D. Myers 

Leslie E. Reed 

Benjamin Reath Riggs.. 

Walter H. Sholes 

Merritt Swift 

Avra M. Warren 

Warden McK. Wilson.. 

Wainwright Abbott 

Walter F. Boyle. 

Parker W. Buhrman 

Algar E. Carleton 

Dudley Q. Dwyre 

Joseph Flack 

George C. Hanson 

Frederick P. Hibbard... 
Jesse B. Jackson 

Edwin Carl Kemp 

Benjamin Muse 

Lucien Memmlnger 

Edward I. Nathan 

•Clarence J. Spiker 

Harold H. Tittmann, Jr. 

Henry M. Wolcott 

Leslie A. Davis 

Charles E. Allen 

George L. Brandt 

Robert D. Murphy 

Harold B. Quarton 

John Randolph 

Charles J. Pisar 

•Maynard B. Barnes 

•Reed Paige Clark 

Nathaniel P. Davis 

John Q. Erhardt 

Charles Bridgham 

Hosmer. 
H. Earle Russell 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Tenn 
Ala....' 
N. Y...I 
Del....! 

Pa 

Mo.... 

Pa 

Md.... 
N. J— . 
Miss... 

Pa 

S. C....I 

vt 

Ga I 

Minn.. 

Pa j 

Okla... 
D. C...! 
Md.... 
Ind.... 

Pa 

Oa 

Va 

Vt 

Colo... 

Pa ; 

Conn.. 
Tex.... 
Ohio... 

Fla 

Va 

S. C... 

Pa 

D. C.J 
Mo..-. 
N. Y...' 

N. Y..J 

Ky I 

D.C... 
Wis.... 
Iowa...! 
N. Y...J 
Wis.. ..I 
Iowa... 
N. H... 

N. J 

N. Y„. 
Me™-. 



First secretary- 
Consul general. 
First secretary. 

Consul 

First secretary - 

Consul 

Consul general. 

Consul 

First secretary - 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul 

Consul general. 
First secretary- 
Consul 

First secretary. 
Consul general. 
First secretary. 



Post 



Date of 
assignment 



Lima ifMay 

Dublin Jan. 

London Oct. 

Valparaiso j Dec. 

Vienna May 

Bombay ; Jan. 

Mukden {Jan. 

Manchester Dec. 

Department July 

Milan ! Sept. 

Leipzig [ Apr. 

Port Elizabeth Aug. 

Hamilton, Ont Mar. 

San Jos6, Costa Rica.. Feb. 

Montevideo 

Bern 

Brussels 

Vienna 

Buenos Aires... 
Caracas 



First secretary London. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

First secretary. - 
Consul general— 
First secretary- - 
Consul 



Consul— 

First secretary. - 
Consulgene^al.- 

Consul 

First secretary - - 
First secretary -- 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general... | Guayaquil 

Consul Quebec. 

Consul Lyon 

First secretary Sofia 

Consul Belgrade.- 



May 

July 

Apr. 

Jan. 
tSept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

May 
tMar. 

July 

Mar. 



Auckland 

Casablanca 

Riga 

Mexico, D.F 

Berlin 

Harbin 

Department 

Fort William and 
Port Arthur. 

Havre 

Montevideo 

Belfast 

Monterrey 

Peiping 

Rome I Apr. 

Adelaide Apr. 

Oporto ' July 

Istanbul J Feb. 

Genoa June 

Paris ! Mar. 



May 
June 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



ConsuL- 
ConsuL. 
ConsuL. 



Mich.. ConsuL- 



London-.. 
Bordeaux - 
Naples 



Alexandria. 



{Apr. 
Nov. 
June 
Mar. 
Dec. 
July 
Dec. 
Nov. 



12, 1932 
12, 1931 
1, 1926 

26. 1930 
11,1933 

29. 1931 
9, 1930 

23. 1929 

26. 1932 
5,1928 

10. 1930 
30, 1929 

27. 1930 

17. 1931 
17, 1930 

14. 1932 
17, 1930 
23, 1930 
29, 1932 
11,1930 

23. 1930 
19, 1925 

19. 1929 

4. 1932 
19, 1928 
11,1933 

23. 1931 

21. 1932 
27, 1928 

4.1929 
18, 1931 

27. 1931 

9. 1930 
12, 1928 
23, 1925 

16. 1930 
31, 1930 
24, 1923 

11. 1932 
26, 1930 

5. 1933 

2. 1931 

26. 1933 
22,1930 

1, 1930 
1, 1929 
1, 1030 
26, 1930 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Oct. 16,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 26,1929 

Dec. 31,1929 

May 9, 1930 

May 9,1930 

May 9, 1930 

May 9,1930 

May 9,1930 

May 9, 1930 

May 9,1930 

May 9, 1930 

May 9, 1930 

May 9,1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24, 1930 j 

July 24, 1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 I 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1980 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1930 

July 24,1930 

Aug. 15,1930 
4, 1931 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4, 1931 
4,1931 
4,1931 
4, 1931 



Feb. 27,1931 
July 1, 1931 



July 
July 
July 
July 



1. 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 



Nov. 19, 1929 July 1, 1931 



Oct. 6, 1919 
July 24,1914 
Sept. 1,1921 
Oct. 1, 1912 
June 15,1916 
Oct. 6, 1919 
Sept. 30, 1907 
Mar. 15,1911 
Apr. 15,1915 
Sept. 18,1911 
July 1, 1909 
Mar 14,1911 
Sept. 20, 1922 
Sept. 7,1912 
May 9, 1914 
Dec. 24,1919 
Sept. 18, 1911 
Dec. 26,1916 
July 9, 1920 
Aug. 31,1921 
Apr. 17,1920 
June 13,1914 
Sept. 10, 1918 
May 11,1899 
Oct. 6, 1919 
Oct. 9, 1916 
June 23,1909 
Dec. 20,1920 
Mar. 17, 1905 

May 7,1914 
Apr. 8, 1920 
Apr 27, 1907 
Nov. 23, 1907 
May 29,1914 
May 2,1921 
June 9, 1906 
Apr. 27,1912 
May 29,1914 
Apr. 21,1915 

§Mar. 1,1921 
Apr. 29,1912 

§Sept. 4. 1916 
Oct 1,1914 
Nov. 30, 1919 
Oct. 4, 1919 
July 1, 1921 
Jan. 9, 1920 
Jan. 23,1919 

Oct. 6, 1916 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS V 



101 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Post 



Date of 
assignment 



Date of ap- Date of 

pointment to entry into 
present class service 



Cecil M. P. Cross.. 
Jefferson Patterson, 
•ilarry E. Carlson. 



Clement S. Edwards 

Charles Roy Nasmith... 
Harold L. Williamson... 

Charles C. Broy 

William E. Chapman... 
•Hugh S. FuUerton 



George D. Hopper 

William R. Langdon 

Robert B. Macatee 

George R. Alerrell, Jr 

Hugh Millard 

Edmund B. Montgom- 
ery. 

•Orsen N. Nielsen.. , 

Harry F. Hawley 

Romeyn Wormuth 

J. Webb Benton 

William P. Blocker 

Richard F. Boyce 

Austin C. Brady 

Robert Harnden 

KarldeO. MacVltty.... 

James P. Moffltt 

•Rudolf E. Schoenfeld... 

Samuel Sokobin 

Francis R. Stewart 

Alfred T. Burri 

James O. Carter. 

Arthur B. Cooke 

John Corrlgan 

Leonard O. Dawson 

James Orr Denby. 

Maurice P. Dunlap 

Edward M. Oroth 

Robert W. Heingartner. . 

•Curtis C. Jordan. 

Robert D. Longyear 

John H. MacVeagh 

H. Freeman Matthews... 

George Orr 

Walter H. Schoellkopf... 

Richard L. Sprague 

Paul C. Squire 

Marshall M. Vance 

Henry C. von Struve 

Egmont O. von Tresckow. 

Henry S. Waterman 

Bartley F. Yost 

•Hooker A. Doolittlo 



R. I.... 
Ohio... 
111. 



Consul 

First secretary. 



Minn.. 
N. Y... 

ni 



Consul and first sec- 
retary. 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Va Consul 

Okla...i Consul 

Ohio... Consul and second sec 
' retary. 

Ky Consul 

Mass... Consul 

Va Consul 

Mo Second secretary 

Nebr... Second secretary 

Ill Consul 



•Howard Bucknell, Jr... 



Wis.... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

Tex 

Mich.. 
N.Mex. 
Calif... 

m. 

N. Y... 
D. C... 
N. J.... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Ga 

S. C... 

Ga 

Va 

Ind.... 
Minn.. 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Calif... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 
Md.... 
N.J.... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Ohio... 

Tex 

S. C... 
Wash.. 

Kans 

N. Y... 

Ga 



Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary , 

Consul , 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

First secretary 

Consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul - 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul and second sec- 
retary. 
Second secretary 



Barcelona... 

Department. 
Tallinn 



Jane 25, 1032 
Mar. 22. 1930 
July 3, 1926 



May 23,1929 \ Dec. 23,1919 
May 23, 1929 i Sept. 8, 1921 
Oct. 16, 1929 Jan. 21, 1916 



Bradford. 



Aug. 16, 1930 Oct. 16,1929 Mar. 15. 1911 



Marseille Oct. 29,1931 

Paris June 1,1928 

London Sept. 12,1929 

Bilbao May 10,1932 

Helsingfors | June 21,1933 



Montreal 

Montreal 

London 

Department. 

Madrid 

Department. 



Nantes 

Nuevo Laredo. 

Prague 

Ciudad Ju&rez., 

Barcelona 

Edinburgh 

Goteborg 

Capetown 

Marseille 

Department 

Saltillo 

Vienna. 



Calais 

Plymouth 

Venice 

Veracruz 

Dublin_ 

Dundee 

Copenhagen. 

FrankfortK)n-the-Main. 

Madrid 

Munich 

Paris 

Department 

Caracas. 

Madrid 

Gibraltar 

Newcastle-on-Ty ne. . . 

Windsor _ 

Tenerife 

Zagreb 

Sheffield 

Cologne 

Tangier 



Belgrade May 21, 



Apr. 11,1929 
Mar. 6,1933 
Sept. 10, 1930 
June 18,1931 
Apr. 23, 1931 
Oct. 21,1930 

June 11,1932 
Apr. 15,1932 
Apr. 6, 1931 
Sept. 1,1932 
Sept. 24. 1929 
Apr. 28, 1931 
Oct. 3, 1930 
July 22,1930 
Apr. 2, 1932 
June 30, 1930 
Sept 

Sept. 27, 1930 
Apr. 10,1931 
Oct. 29,1931 
Mar. 28, 1927 
Apr. 29,1926 
Dec. 2, 1929 
Oct. 29,1928 

trune 23,1931 
Oct. 7, 1932 
July 2, 1929 
June 26,1928 
Feb. 20, 1932 
July 27,1931 
Aug. 9,1929 
Aug. 19,1929 
June 10,1932 
May 11,1933 

tJuly 18,1901 
Oct. 19,1932 
Mar. 28, 1932 
May 15,1933 
May 10,1932 
Mar. 6,1933 
May 3, 1932 
May 6,1933 



Oct. 16, 1929 Feb. 8, 1907 

Oct. 16, 1929 Jan. 28, 1919 

Dec. 19, 1929 July 29, 1909 

Dec. 19,1929 July 14,1916 

Dec. 19, 1929 Mar. 8, 1920 



Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 



Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 26,1929 
Dec. 31, 1929 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
^ May 9,1930 
j May 9,1930 
May 9. 1930 
1932 I May 9, 1930 
May 9.1930 
May 9,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 2i 1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
Aug. 16,1930 



Feb. 4,1931 Nov. 1,1919 



Jan. 4,1917 
§Nov. 1,1909 
July 8,1918 
Dec. 8, 1920 
July 21,1913 
July 10,1920 
Dec. 10,1917 
Nov. f, 1917 
Aug. 23,1917 
Oct. 10,1919 
Oct 10, 1916 
May 29.1914 
Jan. 16,1910 
Apr 20. 1918 
Sept. 6,1906 
May 30, 1910 
Nov. 6.1919 
Oct. 22,1918 
Sept. 6,1921 
Apr. 1, 1915 
July 1, 1920 
Mar. 25, 1904 
Feb. 29,1920 
July 5, 1921 
Sept. 12, 1921 
Jan. 15,1924 
July 12,1520 
Sept. 12, 1919 
Sept. 27,1893 
Nov. 17, 1919 
July 5, 1921 
June 20,1914 
July 6, 1321 
May 14,1917 
Oct. 26,1908 
Jan. 29,1917 



102 



REGISTER OF THE DErARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS v'-Contlnued 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Howard K. Travers I N. Y... 

Harold S. Tewell 1 N.Dak. 

•Willard L. Beaulac ' R. I.... 

Richard P. Butrick i N. Y... 

James Hugh Keeley, Jr D. C... 

Renwick S. MeNiece Utah... 

•Harold Shantz ' N. Y... 

Oeorgo P. Shaw ' Calil... 

•Alexander K. Sloan 1 Pa \ 

Samuel R. Thompson | Calif. ..^ 

Damon C. Woods Tex 



Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul... 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 



Post 



Southampton.. 

Habana 

Department 

Shanghai 

Montreal.- 

Vigo. 

Barcelona 

San Luis Potosf 

Jerusalem 

Valencia 

Toronto 



Date of 
assignment 



Apr. 7. 1933 

Jan. 13, 1933 

Apr. 20, 1933 

Apr. 30,1932 

Mar. 12, 1931 

Dec. 22. 1931 

Nov. 30,1932 

Apr. 12,1929 

July 16, 1932 

Aug. 18, 1930 

Apr. IS. 1931 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Feb. 
Feb. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



4, 1931 
27, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Aug. 13,1919 
Feb. 6, 1920 
Dec. 1,1921 
Dec. 1, 1921 
Apr. 13,1920 
July 8, 1920 
Nov. 30, 1921 
Nov. 1, 1920 
Feb. 8, 1921 
Nov. 20,1916 
Oct. 3.1919 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI 



Harris N. Cookingham... 

Harry L. Walsh 

•Donald R. Heath 

Raleigh A. Gibson 

Louis H. Gourley 

Robertson Honey 

•William J. McCaflerty.. 

John J. Meily 

Horace Remillard 

•Winthrop R. Scott 

♦Maurice L. Stafford 



Herbert O. Williams... 

•Philip Adams 

•John L. Bouchal 

Augustin W. Ferrin 

•William P. George 

•Charles A. Bay 

Hiram A. Boucher 

Edward S. Crocker, 2d. 

Carl A. Fisher 

Samuel J. Fletcher 

IloC. Funk 

Robert Y. Jarvis 

Carl 0. Spamer 

Samuel H. Wiley 

James R. Wilkinson... 

Harold Playter 

Walters Heineck 

•Donald F. Bigelow ... 



N. Y.. 

Md— 
Kans.. 

Ill 

111 

N. Y.. 
Calif.. 
Pa.... 
Mass.. 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 

Calif.. 

Mass -. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Ala... 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Mass.. 
Utah.. 
Me... 
Colo.. 
Calif.. 
Md... 
N. C. 
Wis... 
Calif.. 
Ohio.. 
Minn. 



Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul. - 

Consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul and first sec- 
retary. 

Consul 

Consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul ._ 

Second secretary 

Consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul- 



Vancouver 

Moncton 

Port-au-Prince 

Guadalajara 

Medan.. , 

Nice 

San Salvador 

Hamburg 

Port Said 

Santiago, Chile 

Kaunas 



Panam& 

St. John 

Helsingfors. 

Malaga 

Izmir 



Nov. 
Apr. 
JDec. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
May 



Rome 

Stockholm 

The Hague Jan. 

Montreal | Nov. 

Florence Feb. 

Port-au-Prince Aug. 

Tokyo I Jan. 

Havre ' June 

Department Oct. 

St. Michael's Jan. 

Santo Domingo I June 

Geneva- ; May 



21. 1930 

4. 1930 
16, 1929 
27, 1928 

4, 1931 
4, 1929 

5. 1931 

10. 1931 
30, 1930 

28. 1932 
6, 1932 

3. 1929 
30, 1932 

30. 1930 

3. 1930 
12, 1932 

5, 1032 
15, 1929 
17, 1929 
28. 1932 
15, 1930 
18, 1928 
15, 1932 

25. 1932 

28. 1933 
19, 1982 
11,1933 

23. 1931 
18. 1933 



July 


1, 


1924 


June 


30, 


1927 


May 


17, 


1928 


May 


23, 


1929 


May 


23, 


1929 


May 


23, 


1929 


May 


23, 


1929 


May 


23. 


1929 


May 23, 1929 


May 23, 1929 


May 


23, 


1929 


May 23, 1929 


Oct. 


16, 


1929 


Oct. 


16, 


1929 


Oct. 


16 


1929 


Oct. 


10 


1929 


Dec. 


19, 1929 


Dec. 


19, 1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19, 1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19 


1929 


Dec. 


19, 1929 


Dec. 


26 


1929 


Dec. 


31 


1929 


May 


9 


1930 



Dec. 16,1910 
June 24,1918 
Oct. 4. 1920 
July 12.1920 
July 1, l!)13 
May 11,1914 
Apr. 16,1917 
Oct. 2, 1919 
Aug. 24.1909 
July 24.1920 
Sept. 30. 1919 

Aug. 14.1920 
Sept. 14. 1922 
July 17.1912 
June 23.1924 
Oct. 28.1916 
Oct. 2. 1920 
Oct. 4. 1920 
Sept. 30, 1922 
Jan. 15.1924 
Oct. 19.1917 
Sept. 27,1912 
Nov. 26. 1921 
•Oct. 6. 1919 
June 23.1914 
July 2. 1921 
Sept. 28, 1919 
Oct. 1,1914 
July 4.1921 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI— Continued 



103 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Post 



nntfi of ^'*'® °f ^P" 



Date of 
sntry into 
service 



Tiiomas D. Davis , 

Samuel S. Dickson 

•Harold D. Finley 

Walter A. Foote 

Bernard Gotlieb 

Stanley Hawks. 

Stewart E. McMillin... 
Walter T. Prendergast.. 

Gaston Smith 

Gilbert R. Willson 

Lee R. Blohm. 

Lawrence P. Briggs 

Lewis V. Boyle. 

Herbert S. Bursley 

John S. Calvert. 

Reginald S. Castleman. 

Stillman W. Eells 

Lynn W. Franklin 

Gerhard Gade.. 

Waldemar J. Qallman.. 

Raymond H. Geist 

Stuart E. Grummon 

William W. Heard 

Charles H. Heisler 

Andrew J. McConnico. 

Thomas McEnelly 

Lester L. Schnare , 

Leo D. Sturgeon , 

Fletcher Warren , 

Leroy Webber 

Howard F. Withey 

David C. Berger.. 

Gilson G. Blake, Jr 

Curtis T. Everett 

•Robert F. Fernald 

Sydney B. Redecker 

•Laurence E. Salisbury. 

•Edwin F. Stanton 

Edwin A. Plitt 

•Loy W. Henderson 

•J. Rives Childs 

Charles H. Derry 

•Peter II. A. Flood 

Richard Ford 

C. Porter KuykendalL. 
Charles W. Lewis, Jr... 

Erik W. Magnuson 

James E. McKenna 

Alfred T. Nester 

•William W. Schott.— 
•Robert Lacy Smyth '. 

Harry L. Troutman 

Rollin R. Winslow 

Leslie E. Woods 



Okla... 
N.Mex 
N. Y... 
Tex.... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
Ohio... 

La 

Tex.... 
Ariz.... 
Mich... 
Calif... 
D. C... 
N. C... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 
Md.... 

Ill 

N. Y... 
Ohio... 
N. J.... 
Md.... 
Del..-. 
Miss... 
N. Y... 

Qa 

HI 

Tex.... 
N. Y... 
Mich... 

Va 

Md..-. 
Tenn... 
Me..... 
N. Y... 

HI 

Calif... 
Md..-. 
Colo-. 

Va 

Qa-... 
N.H... 
Okla... 

Pa 

Mich.. 

Ill 

Mass.. 
N. Y.. 



Calif.. 
Ga.... 
Mich. 
Mass. 



Consul. 
Second 
Second 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Second 
Consul 
Second 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Consul. 
Second 
Second 
Consul 
Second 
Consul 
Consul. 
Consul, 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul, 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Second 
Consul 
Consul, 
Second 
Second 
Consul 
Second 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Second 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 
Consul 



secretary 

secretary 1 



Bergen May 

Helsingfors — Aug. 



Panamji 

Department 

Messina.- 

Mexico, D.F 

Piedras Negras.. 

London 

Lille 

Bremen 

Habana 

Bahia 

Agua Prieta 

Department 

Regina Mar. 

Porto Alegre.. ; Oct. 

Cardiff i Sept. 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
July 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Jan. 



Amoy 

Athens 

Riga 

Berlin , 

Department. 

Breslau 

Danzig 

Hull. , 

Barcelona 

Hamburg 

Tokyo 



Chefoo... 
Tunis.... 
Tsingtao. 
Geneva.. 



Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



secretary - 



secretary, 
secretary. 



Geneva. j June 

La Paz ' Mar. 

Frankfort^n-the-Main-| Feb. 

Peiping May 

Hankow July 

Athens Apr. 

Department | Oct. 

Cairo I Oct. 

Paris June 

Mexico, D.F jtApr. 

Seville j July 

Naples... i Sept. 

Madras ! Dec. 

Barranquilla i Mar. 

Department ; May 

Palermo I Apr. 

Berlin Oct. 

Nanking. 1 Sept. 

Salonika Mar. 

Trieste Oct. 

Cork Dec. 



18, 1933 
14, 1930 
30, 1931 
8, 1931 
6, 1933 

20. 1930 
11,1933 

1. 1930 
11, 1933 
21, 1932 

21. 1932 

2. 1929 

27. 1929 

19. 1933 
21,1932 
27, 1931 

4. 1931 

8. 1931 

18. 1931 

14. 1930 
19, 1929 

6. 1930 
6, 1933 

2. 1932 

11. 1929 
20, 1928 

15. 1931 
3,1928 

13. 1931 

10. 1926 
19, 1933 

S, 1931 

15. 1927 
11,1928 

11. 1932 

5. 1931 

18. 1933 

5. 1932 
14, 1926 

1, 1930 
1, 1930 
2, 1928 

5. 1933 
31,1931 

23. 1930 
29,1931 
13,1931 
22, 1930 
19, 1933 
18, 1930 
19, 1932 

6. 1933 
3, 1930 
1, 1932 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 
9, 1930 

9. 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 
24, 1930 

15. 1930 

4. 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 

27. 1931 
27, 1931 

1,1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1.1931 



Mar. 26,1915 
Oct. 3, 1917 
Oct. 2. 1920 
Sept. 30, 1920 
Apr. 17,1915 
Jan. 15, 1924 
Sept. 29, 1917 
Sept. 29, 1922 
Aug. 31,1911 
Oct. 6,1917 
Aug. 23,1919 
-May 8, 1914 
Sept. 30, 1919 
Nov. 21,1916 
June 1,1914 
Apr. 15,1919 
Apr. 1,1916 
Jan. 9.1912 
Oct. 13,1922 
Oct. 7, 1922 
Nov. 25, 1921 
Jan. 15.1924 
June 27,1912 
Nov. 10,1914 
June 28,1909 
Feb. 11, 19i4 
May 5, 1916 
Oct. 30, lt20 
Nov. 23, 1921 
Mar. 3,1913 



Oct. 
July 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Jan. 



4. 1919 
1, 1920 

9. 1920 
29, 1919 

2, 1916 
June 13,1921 
June 29, 1920 
May 27,1921 
Nov. 30, 1921 
Aug. 15,1922 
Nov. 3,1923 
Aug. 15,1922 
July 26,1920 
-Apr. 12,1923 
Oct. 2, 1920 
Apr. 12,1923 
Oct. 6, 1919 
June 1, 1925 
Nov. 22, 1919 
Aug. 16, 192ii 
Sept. 10, 1920 
Sept. 8,1919 
Oct. 1, 1920 
Dec. 30,1922 



Designated also second secretary of legation. 



104 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Post 



Date of 
assignment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Frank Bohr 

Harold M. Collins 

Walter H. McKinney... 

Edward Caffery 

Charles L. De Vault 

Herndon W. Goforth — 

Christian T. Steger 

Horatio Mooers 

Christian M. Ravndal.. 

Francis H. Styles 

William E. De Courcy.. 
Richard M. de Lambert. 

Howard Donovan 

Albert M. Doyle 

Ray Fox 

Joseph G. Groeninger... 

Richard B. Haven 

•Thomas S. Horn 

•Clarence E. Macy 

Nelson R. Park 

E. Talbot Smith 

•George P. Waller 

•Sidney E. O'Donoghue. 
Thomas H. Robinson... 

Maurice W. Altaffer 

John F. Huddleston 

Carl D. Meinhardt 

Harvey Lee Milbourne.. 

Hugh S. Miller 

Julian L. Pinkerton 

Mason Turner 

George Atcheson, Jr 

Ralph A. Boernsteln 

Russell M. Brooks 

Ernest E. Evans 

George Gregg Fuller 

Harvey T. Goodier 

Leonard N. Green 

•John N. Hamlin 

Joel C. Hudson 

George R. Hukill 

Marcel E. Malige 

John J. Muccio 

Qulncy F. Roberts 

William A. Smale 

Harry E. Stevens 

Frederik van den Arend 



Va..... 

Mich.. 
La-.... 
Ind.,.. 
N. C... 
Va...-. 

Me 

Iowa... 

Va 

Tex.... 
N.Mex. 

Ill 

Mich... 
Calif... 

Md 

111 

Mo.... 

Colo... 
Colo... 
Conn... 
Ala.... 

N. J.... 
N.J.... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
W. Va. 

lU 

Ky..... 
Conn.. 
Calif... 
D. C... 
Oreg... 
N. Y... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 
Minn.. 
Oreg... 
Mo.-.. 
Del.... 
Idaho.. 
R.I.... 
Tex.... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
N.C... 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul and second 

secretary. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul , 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul - 

Consul 

Consul , 

Consul , 

Consul ... 

Consul 

Consul 



Sault Ste. Marie. 

Edmonton 

Yarmouth 

Niagara Falls 

Yokohama 

Matamoros 

Beirut 

Cherbourg 

Vancouver 

Chihuahua 

Paris 

Department 

Kobe 

Sydney, N.S.W.. 

Aden 

Karachi— 

Turin 

Asuncion 



May 
Apr. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
June 
Jan. 
Apr. 
June 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



Tampico i May 

Torreon Sept. 

June 
Mar. 



Milan 

Brussels and Luxem 
burg. 

Berlin Dec. 

Nogales Mar. 

Ziirich May 

Dresden May 

Shanghai _ Apr. 

Quebec May 

Durban July 

Rio de Janeiro.. Mar. 

Malta i Aug. 

Tientsin.. ({May 

Naples May 

Curacao June 

Naples tMay 

Kingston, Ont Mar. 

Vancouver Feb. 

Swatow I Sept. 

Buenos Aires Apr. 

Surabaya , Mar. 

Zurich Oct. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Saigon.- ! Nov. 

Ensenada ! Nov. 

Tslnan Apr. 

Amsterdam. I Dec. 



24, 1932 
29, 1931 
23, 1931 
10, 1931 

24. 1930 
7, 1933 

20. 1931 

2. 1931 
7. 1933 

28, 1930 

21. 1928 

13. 1929 
6, 1929 

23. 1930 
6, 1933 

23. 1931 
6, 1933 

30. 1931 

17, 1930 

18. 1930 

30. 1932 

10. 1931 

10, 1929 
3, 1933 

31. 1933 
31, 1933 

1. 1932 

25. 1932 
31, 1931 



17, 1928 
17, 1930 
29, 1933 
17, 1928 

7, 1928 
13, 1928 

5, 1931 

16. 1928 
6, 1933 

19. 1929 
29, 1928 

7. 1931 

7. 1932 
7, 1930 
1, 1932 

29, 1932 



July 1, 1924 
May 17,1928 
May 17,1928 
May 23,1929 
May 23,1929 
May 23,1929 
May 23,1929 
Oct. 16,1929 
Oct. 16,1929 
Oct. 16,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 

Deo. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 26,1929 
Dec. 31,1929 



9, 1930 
9, 1930 



9, 1930 
9, 1930 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 9,1930 
May 9,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24.1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 



July 1, 1908 
Nov. 29, 1921 
Nov. 1.1923 



Dee. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



1, 1921 

7. 1918 

1. 1919 
2.1920 



Jan. 27,1919 
Nov. 20, 1920 
June 21,1920 
Jan. 1, 1922 
July 16, li)15 
Nov. 29, 1921 
Aug. 11.1922 
Sept. 27, 1920 
Jan. 1, 1912 
§May 28, 1918 
Aug. 10,1922 

Apr. 1, 1921 

July 11,1919 

Dec. i, 1921 

Mar. 1, 1913 

Apr. 6,1920 
Aug. 16,1922 
Oct. 28,1921 
Nov. 3,1323 
Apr. 20,1912 
Sept. 12, 1919 
Mar. 1, 1921 
Jan. 10,1920 
Nov. 4,1923 
Sept. 10, 1920 
Dec. 15,1916 
Aug. 13, 19ii> 
Nov. 8,1917 
Nov. 20, 1920 
Nov. 8,1<)15 
May 23,la21 
Nov. 8.1924 
Apr. 12,1923 
Apr. 12,1923 
July 14,1921 
Aug. 29,1921 
Apr. 17,1915 
Peb. 23,1919 
Oct. 2, 1922 
Nov. 3,1923 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII— Continued 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Date of 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Howard A. Bowman 

John H. Bruins... 

Joseph F.Burt 

William W. Corcoran 

C. Paul Fletcher 

Austin R. Preston 

•Edwin Sehoenrich 

Winfleld n. Scott 

George E. Seltzer 

Sheridan Talbott 

Lawrence S. Armstrong. . 

Alfred D. Cameron 

•Paul W. Meyer_ 

•George Alexander Arm- 
strong. 

John \V. Bailey, Jr 

•Ellis O. Briggs 

Culver B. Chamberlain.. 

•Allan Dawson 

Samuel Q. Ebling 

Franklin C. Qowen 

George J. Haering 

•Eugene M. Hinkle 

Benjamin M. Hulley 

•David McK. Key 

J. Hall Paxton 

John S. Richardson, Jr... 

Arthur F. Tower 

John Carter Vincent 

•David Williamson 

•Stanley Woodward 



N.Y... 
N.Y.. 

Ill 

Mass.., 
Tenn.., 
N.Y... 
Md.... 
D.C... 
N.Y... 

Ky 

N.Y... 
Wash.. 
Colo... 
N, Y... 

Tex.... 
N. Y.. 

Mo-... 
Iowa... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Fla 

Tenn.. 

Va 

Mass... 
N. Y... 

Ga 

Colo... 
Pa 



Consul j Mexican 

Consul ' Hamburg 

ConsuL Curacao 

Consul Kingston, Jamaica. 

Consul Department 

Consul Brisbane 

Consul. Santiago, Cuba 

Consul Rangoon 

Consul Par& 

Consul Prague 

Consul Lisbon... 

Consul j Lourenco Marques. 

Second secretary j Peiping 

Second secretary 



May 
Oct. 
July 
Feb. 
June 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
tJuly 
Jan. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Second secretary Brussels ...I June 



Consul -.- Buenos Aires.. 

Third secretary Department.. 

Consul Harbin 

Second secretary Bogota 

Consul Corinto 

Consul London 

Consul Pernambuco.. 

Second secretary | Istanbul 

Consul Dublin 

Second secretary London 

! Consul- Canton 

j Coasul.— j Winnipeg 

[ Consul ! Mexico, D.F.. 

Consul Dairen 

Second secretary Budapest 



24. 1932 
20, 1931 

9, 1931 
7, 1933 

27. 1933 

23. 1930 

16. 1931 
3, 1931 

30, 1930 
21, 1933 

10. 1930 
6, 1930 

21. 1932 

31. 1931 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4. 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4, 1931 
4. 1931 



Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 27,1931 

Feb. 27,1931 

Feb. 27,1931 

July 1, 1931 



16, 1932 
31, 1929 
28, 1931 

18. 1931 

15. 1932 
17, 1932 

3, 1933 

6, 1929 I 
14, 1929 I July 
19, 1929 

5. 1932 
11, 1932 

7. 1933 
19. 1932 
17, 1932 
26, 1929 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1,1931 
1. 1931 
1,1931 
1, 1931 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
May 
Nov. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VIII 



G. Carlton Woodward... 
Fredericl£ W. Baldwin. .. 

William H. Beach 

C. Warwick Perkins, Jr.. 
•Robert B. Streeper 

•Whitney Young 



Pa Consul 

N.Y...' Consul 

Va Consul 

Md Consul 

Ohio... Consul and third sec 

retary. 

N. Y... Foreign Service oflQ- 

I cer. 



Prince Rupert 

Barbados 

Antwerp 

Warsaw 

Teheran 

Peiping 



June 


21, 1927 


July 


28. 1932 


Sept 


18. 1931 


Feb. 


2, 1932 


July 


9, 1931 


June 


19, 1933 



July 


1, 1924 


May 


17,1928 


Oct. 


16, 1929 


Oct. 


16, 1929 


Oct. 


16, 1929 


Oct. 


16, 1929 



106 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VIII— Continued 



WUliam E. Beitz 

•Selden Chapin 

•Winthrop S. Greene 

Dale W. Maher 

•Edward J. Sparks 

C>Til L. F. Thiel 

Angus I. Ward 

•McCeney Werlich 

•Clifton R. Wharton 

Lloyd D. Yates 

•Edward P. Lawton 

Julian F. Harrington 

William Clarke Vyse 

AVilliam A. Bickers 

•John M. Cabot 

Knox Alexander 

Prescott Childs 

•Lewis Clark 

•William M. Owynn 

•George F. Kennan 

•Gordon P. Merriam 

•Samuel Reber, Jr 

•Joseph C. Satterthwaite. 
•3. Walter Washington.. 

Roy W. Baker 

KUis A. Bonnet 

•Robert L. BuelL 

Leo J. Callanan 

Augustus S. Chase 

Alexander P. Cruger 

Julian C. Dorr 

Frederick W. Hinke 

•Julius C. Holmes. 

Carlton Hurst 

Rufus H. Lane, Jr 

John H. Lord... 

John H. Morgan 

James E. Parks 

William L. Peck 

George Tait 

•William T. Turner 

Roy E. B. Bower 

John E. Holler 

•John McArdle 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



N. Y.. 

Pa-... 

Mass.. 
Mo... 
N. Y.. 

Ill 

Mich. 
D. C. 
Mass.. 
D. C. 
Ga..-. 
Mass.. 
D. C-. 
Va.... 



Ala 

Calif... 
Wis.... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 

Mich... 
W. Va. 
N. Y... 
Tex.... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 
Conn.. 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
D. C... 

Va 

Mass... 
Mass... 
N. C... 
Conn.. 

Va 

Ga 

Calif... 

Pa 

Pa 



Franklin B. Atwood 

•J. Holbrook Chapman. 

Cabot Coville 

•Fayette J. Flexer 

Knowlton V. Hicks 

Joseph P. Ragland 

•George H. Butler 

John B. Ketcham 



D. C... 
CaUf... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 
D. C... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 



Designation 



Post 



Consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul- 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul -- 

Consul 

Third secretary- 

Consul-. 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Third secretary.. 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul— 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul and third seo 
retary. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Third secretary 

Consul 



Dntpof Date of ap- Date of 

asslenment P"intrnent to i entry into 
assignment present class , service 



Berlin JDec. 

Quito - Nov. 

Bern June 

Hong Kong -. -\pr. 

Santiago, Chile t.\pr. 

Jerusalem Oct. 

Tientsin. - JDec 

Monrovia -. June 

Las Palmas June 

Hamburg Sept. 

Guatemala I May 

Ottawa tJan. 

Shanghai : Nov. 

London, Ont May 

Rio de Janeiro May 

Cienfuegos ' June 

Nice j May 

Peiping '}JuIy 

Riga j July 

Riga j Sept. 

Cairo July 

Brussels and Luxem- July 
burg. 

Mexico, D.F Mar. 

Tokyo Sept. 

Bristol -. Jan. 

Duraugo it July 

June 
Dec. 
Jan. 



Colombo --. 

Nairobi 

Mukden 

Funchal— ! May 

Department— ---| May 



Mazatl4n 

Bucharest 

Penang 

Patras 

London 

Berlin 

Paris 

Lagos 

Department j July 

Tokyo Jan. 

Singapore {Aug. 

Colon _ -J Oct. 

Sofia i May 



-j July 
-I Sept. 
.; Mar. 
-I Oct. 
-tJuly 
-' July 
.1 Sept. 
- July 



19. 1929 

3. 1932 

9. 1930 
21, 1933 

18. 1930 

22. 1931 

19, 1929 

3. 1933 

27. 1930 
9, 1930 

13,1932 
22, 1930 

20, 1931 
15, 1933 

12. 1932 

10. 1931 
22, 1931 

21, 1932 

8. 1931 
17, 1931 

28. 1931 

21. 1932 

15. 1929 

18. 1931 

8. 1931 

24. 1930 

19. 1933 

9. 1932 

23. 1932 

18. 1933 
27, 1932 
11,1932 

15. 1930 

6. 1933 

29. 1931 

24. 1930 

31. 1931 
26, 1930 
14. 1932 
12,1930 

3, 1930 
15. 1930 

22. 1932 
6, 1932 



Santiago, Chile.. 

Nagoya 

Harbin 

Habana 

Goteborg 



Sept. 8,1931 
tFeb. 4. 1931 
Jan. 25,1932 
Jan. 15,1930 
Dec. 17,1931 

Halifax jtFeb. 4. 1931 

Santiago, Chile Apr. 26,1930 

Taihoku - Sept. 22.1931 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



19. 1929 Apr. 
19, 1929 ' Apr. 
19, 1929 July 
19,1929 I Feb. 
19, 1929 , Dec. 
19, 1929 Nov. 
19, 1929 Apr. 
19. 1929 Nov. 
19, 1929 .\pr. 
19, 1929 : Nov. 
26, 1929 Nov. 
31, 1929 Apr. 

31. 1929 June 

15. 1930 July 
15, 1930 Oct. 

9, 1930 i Dec. 
9, 1930 [ Nov. 
9, 1930 ! Nov. 
9,1930 I Oct. 
9, 1930 Oct. 
9, 1930 Oct. 
9, 1930 Oct. 



18. 1923 
20, 1925 

3, 1924 
25, 1925 

1, 1921 

6, 1924 
20. 1925 

2, 1925 
14, 1925 

2, 1925 

2. 1925 
19, 1921 
18. 1920 
20. 1914 

1, 1926 
19, 1917 

6, 1924 

2, 1925 
1, 1926 
1, 1926 

1. 1926 
1. 1926 



May 9,1930 
May 9, 1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
July 24,1930 
Aug. 1.5.1930 
Aug. 15,1930 
Aug. 15,1930 



July 16,1924 
Oct. 1, 1926 
Mar. 11, 1919 
May 1.1921 
Apr. 20,1925 
Sept. 4. 1923 
Nov. 2,1925 
Oct. 7, 1907 
Dec. 1, 1921 
Feb. 22.1923 
Apr. 20.1925 
May 1. 1914 
Nov. 6,1924 
Mar. 1,1920 
Nov. 2.1925 
Apr. 4. 1920 
July 8, 1920 
Oct. 31,1923 
Apr. 26,1924 
Dec. 17,1920 
Sept. 12. 1921 
Apr. 12,1923 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



4,1931 , Feb. 9,1924 
4,1931 j Nov.— ,1922 

4,1931 , Oct. 1,1926 

4,1931 §June 2,1925 

4, 1931 I Oct. 13, 1923 

4, 1931 I Nov. 6, 1924 

Feb. 27,1931 ; Oct. 1,1926 

Feb. 27.1931 ' Oct. 1,1926 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (A) 




Post 



assienment Pointment to entry into 
assignment present class service 



Herbert C. Blar 

Joseph L. Brent 

Joseph I. Touchette 

Albert W. Scott 

Gordon L. Burke 

Henry A. W. Beck. 

•John B. Faast 

Carlos C. Hall. 

•Lawrence Hlggins 

Gerald Keith... 

•Kennett F. Potter 

Edward B. Rand 

•Glenn A. Abbey 

George M. Abbott 

•La Verne Baldwin 

Norton F. Brand... 

Sidney H. Browne 

•Paul C. Daniels 

Horace J. Dickinson 

•Raymond A. Hare 

Terry S. Uinkle 

•Cloyce K. Huston 

John S. Littell 

•Andrew Q. Lynch 

Hugh F. Ramsay 

•Alan S. Rogers 

W. Quincy Stanton 

Thomas C. Wasson 

George H. Winters. 

Odin O. Loren 

Edward S. Maney 

•James L. Park 

•Archer Woodford 

•Morris N. Hughes 

Phil H. Hubbard 

•H. Merrell Benninghoff, 
•Cavendish W. Cannon. 

Cecil Wayne Gray 

•Landrelh M. Harrison. 

Kenneth C. Krentz 

•Gerald A. Drew 

Edmund O. Clubb 

•George D. LaMont 

HoraceH. Smith 

•George D , Andrews, Jr. 

Claude A. Buss 

• Perry N . Jester 

•Miss Frances E. Willis. 



Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul-.. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

V'ice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul... 

Vice consul 

Consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consuL 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul. 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consuL 

Third secretary 



Goteborg ' Apr. 

Jerusalem Apr. 

Algiers Sept. 

Belfast Oct. 

Foochow Feb. 

Hankow Mar, 

Paris Dec. 

Valparaiso .— May 

Tegucigalpa Oct. 

Calcutta Sept. 

Bangkok.. Nov. 



10. 1928 
20, 1933 
3, 1929 
29, 1931 
6. 1931 
5, 1932 

30. 1931 

13. 1932 
11.1930 

4. 1931 
13, 1931 



Tahiti Sept. 29, 1932 

Caracas Mar. 31. 1932 

Oslo... Aug. 26,1930 

Department July 20.1931 

Calgary... May 15,1933 

Rotterdam Aug. 16,1930 

Managua.- Aug. 19,1932 



Dec. 2, 1929 

Dec. 2. 1929 

Dec. 2. 1929 

Dec. 26,1929 

Dec. 31,1929 

Apr. 16,1930 

Apr. 16,1930 

Apr. 16,1930 

Apr. 16,1930 

Apr. 16,1930 

Apr. 16.1930 

Apr. 16,1930 

July 10,1930 

July 10,1930 

July 10,1930 

July 10,1930 

July 10,1930 

July 10,1930 



Feb. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



AntiUa Feb. 7,1922 July 10.1930 | July 6,1909 

Beirut- June 21,1932 July 10, 1930 | Apr. 1,1927 

Halifax Feb. 3,1931 July 10,1930 Sept. 27, 1927 

Tirana JSept. 10, 1932 July 10.1930 July 1,1925 



Mexico. D.F Aug. 11,1931 

Bangkok Feb. 16,1932 



Munich Nov. 27,1931 

Paris Apr. 8,1931 

San Salvador Dec. 4,1931 

Naples ' Mar. 6,1933 

Habana ' Oct. 14,1932 

Antofagasta Apr. 28,1931 

Southampton I Oct. 12,1931 

Addis Ababa June IS, 1928 



Berlin Mar. 26.1930 

Baghdad May 11,1932 

I 

Liverpool June 29,1931 

Yokohama Aug. 12,1931 

Sofia Apr. 19,1933 

Berlin.. Nov. 19,1930 

Department July 23,1932 

Kobe ; July 1, 1932 

Port-au-Prince I July 7, 1930 

Hankow j Mar. 12,1931 

Kaunas ' July 21,1930 

Canton June 18,1931 

Habana {Jan. 8, 1931 

Nanking Nov. 16, 1931 

Barbados Dec. 3,1932 

Stockholm Dec. 29.1931 



July 


10. 1930 


July 


10. 1930 


July 


10,1930 


July 


10, 1930 


July 


10, 1930 


July 


10, 1930 


July 


10. 1930 


Aug. 


16, 1930 


Aug. 


16, 1930 


Aug. 


16, 1930 


Aug. 


16, 1930 


Sept 


4,1930 


Oct. 


7, 1930 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Jan. 


23, 1931 


Mar 


1, 1931 


Mar 


1, 1931 


Mar 


1,1931 


Apr. 


17, 1931 


Apr. 


17, 1931 


Apr. 


17, 1931 


Apr. 


17. 1931 



108 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (B) 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Post 



T^... „. Date of ap- I Date of 

assignment Pointment to entry into 

^ present class service 



•Burton Y. Berry Ind... 

•Robert English Mass.. 

•George M. Graves Vt 

•Randolph Harrison, Jr.. Va 

•James S. Moose, Jr j Ark... 

Henry S. Villard N. Y.. 

WalterN.Walmsley, Jr..| Md... 
•Carlos J. Warner Ohio.. 



•Robert Y. Brown 

•Edward Q. Trueblood.. 
•Garret Q. Ackerson, Jr.. 

•James E. Brown, Jr 

•William W. B utter - 

worth, Jr. 
William P. Cochran, Jr.. 

•Roberto. Coe 

Monroe B. Hall 

•Robert P. Joyce 

•Bertel E. Kuniholm 

Charles S. Reed, 2d. 

Stanley G. Slavens 

•Julius Wadsworth. 

•Hiram Bingham, Jr 

tCharles E. Bohlen 

Daniel M. Braddock 

Warren M. Chase 

•Norris B. Chipman 



Ala.. 

ni— 

N.J. 
Pa.. 
La.. 



Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Vice consul and third 

secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 



Istanbul 

Budapest 

San Salvador 



Baghdad. 



Aug. 31, 1928 Dec. 

Jan. 26,1932 Dec. 

JApr. 5, 1933 Dec. 

Apr. 29, 1933 Dec. 

Apr. 20,1933 Dec. 



2,1929 
2,1929 
2. 1929 
2,1929 
2,1929 



Department June 4,1931 Dec. 2,1929 

Prague Mar. 22, 1933 [ Dec. 2,1929 

Bogota June 13,1931 Dec. 26,1929 



Cairo - 

San Jos4, Costa Rica. 

Lima 

Santo Domingo 

Ottawa.. 



Pa 

Wyo.. 
N. Y.. 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 
Ohio.. 
Tex... 
Conn. 
Conn.. 
Mass.. 
Mich.. 
Ind... 
D. C. 



Archibald E. Gray | Pa.... 

•Frederick P. Latimer, Jr.! Conn. 



•Robert Q. McGregor, Jr. 

•Ralph Miller 

•Sheldon T. Mills. 

James B. Pilcher 

R. Borden Reams 

tArthur R Rlngwalt 

Llewellyn E. Thompson, 
Jr. 

Stuart Allen 

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr. 

Dorsey O. Fisher 

Harold B. Minor 

•Alviu T. Rowe, Jr 



N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Oreg.. 
Ala... 



Sidney A. Belovsky N. Y.. 

•James C. H. Bonbright. N. Y.. 

John H. Madonne Tex... 

Edward T. Wailes N. Y.. 

f Robert S. Ward Ohio.. 



Nebr.. 
Colo.. 

Minn. 
Pa.... 
Md... 
Kans.. 
Va.... 



Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

VIcecoasul.- 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 
secretary. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Mexico, D.F.. 

Istanbul 

Mukden 

La Paz 

Tallinn 

Yiinnanfu 

Buenos Aires.. 

Oslo 

Warsaw.. 

Paris 

Barcelona 

Amsterdam... 
Riga 



Bordeaux.. 

Helsingfors. 



Antwerp 

Montevideo.. - 

Panama 

Hankow 

Johannesburg. 

Peiping 

Geneva 



Vice consul Tientsin 

Vice consul.. Athens 

Vice consul Habana 

Vice consul Rio de Janeiro. 

Third secretary and Bogota 

vice consul. 

Vice consul Dublin 

Third secretary Ottawa 

Vice consul Warsaw 

Vice consul- j Department 

Vice consul | Peiping 



May 21, 192S 
July 14,1927 
Jan. 20.1928 
Jan. 20,1928 
Jan. 17,1928 

June 9,1928 
July 23,1927 
Sept. 3,1928 



May 21 1932 Dec. 31, 1929 May 21, 1928 

Apr. 29, 1931 Dec. 31, 1929 June 6, 1928 

Apr. 8, 1931 Apr. 16, 1930 [ July 8, 1928 

Oct. 29,1931 Apr. 16,1930 July 7,1928 

JJuly 22,1932 Apr. 16,1930 June 2.1928 



Feb. 


20, 1932 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


June 20. 1928 


Apr. 


8, 1931 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


Sept. 3,1928 


Jan. 


23. 1932 


Apr 


16, 1930 


July 7. 1928 


Apr. 


1, 1932 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


July 1. 1928 


June 


21. 1933 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


June 18.1928 


Apr. 


2. 1932 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


June 12.1928 


Dec. 


18, 1930 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


May 21. 1928 


June 


18, 1931 


Apr. 


16, 1930 


Aug. 25.1928 


June 


18, 1932 


July 


10. 1930 


§May 1.1929 


July 


31, 1931 


July 


10. 1930 


May 1,1929 


Jan. 


8, 1932 1 July 


10, 1930 


May 1.1929 


Sept 


13. 1929 


July 


10. 1930 


Feb. 9.1929 


June 


21, 1933 


July 


10, 1930 


Nov. 6.1928 


Apr. 


11,1931 


July 


10, 1930 


June 5,1928 


June 21,1933 


July 


10, 1930 


Dec. 27,1928 


Nov. 


20, 1931 


July 


10, 1930 


June 28, 1929 


Dec. 


9, 1931 


July 


10,1930 


Dec. 4, 1928 


Mar. 


21, 1931 


July 


10, 1930 


Nov. 12, 1928 


July 


2,1929 


July 


10, 1930 


Nov. 6, 1928 


Aug. 


25, 1931 


July 


10, 1930 


Feb. 4, 1929 


July 


23, 1932 


July 


10, 1930 


May 21, 1928 


Mar. 


6, 1933 


July 


10. 1930 


Feb. 12,1929 


Sept. 


12, 1929 


Aug. 


16.1930 


July 1, 1929 


Sept. 


13,1929 


Aug. 


16.1930 


July 1, 1929 


Dec. 


9, 1932 


Aug. 


16. 1930 


Apr. 30,1929 


June 


15. 1931 


Sept. 


4,1930 


Nov. 28, 1917 


July 


8, 1931 


Sept. 


4, 1930 


June 30, 1929 


July 


8, 1931 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Apr. 19.1921 


{Feb. 


27, 1930 


Jan. 


21. 1931 


Sept. 29, 1927 


Sept. 


13, 1929 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


July 1, 1929 


Apr. 


1, 1933 


Jan. 


21, 1931 


Oct. 22,1929 


Jan. 


7, 1931 


Jan. 


21.1931 


July 1, 1929 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS. UNCLASSIFIED (B)— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of 
assignment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


•James W. Qantenbeln.. 


Oreg.. 
Md.... 

N. y... 

Conn.. 
N. Y... 
Va 

Oreg... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Santo Domingo 

Naples 


May 17,1933 
Sept 27, 1930 
June 14,1932 
May 26, 1932 
May 31, 1933 
Mar. 2«. 1930 
June 17,1933 


Mar. 1,1931 
Mar. 1,1931 
Mar. 1,1931 
Apr. 17,1931 
Apr. 17,1931 
Apr. 17.1931 
Apr. 17,1931 


Oct. 22,1929 
Aug. 10,1925 


Elvin Seibert 


Vice consul 


Southampton 


Oct. 26,1929 








Nov. 23, 1929 


•George Bli<:s Lane 

James W Riddleberger 






Nov. 20, 1929 


V^ice consul... 


Geneva 


Nov. 2a 1929 


•John C Phillock Jr 


Vice consul 


La Paz 


Nov. 12, 1929 











FOREION SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (C) 



Milton Patterson 

Thompson. 

William W. Adams 

William K. Ailshie 

Ralph J. Blake 

•William F. Cavenangh. 
Claude B. Chiperfleld... 
Montgomery H. Colla- 

day. 

Edmund J. Dorsz 

William S. Farrell 

Frederic C, Fornes, Jr.. 

Paul J. Gray 

•Bernard Gufler 

Thomas A. Hickok 

Richard S. Huestis 

Charles A. Hutchinson.. 

Robert Janz 

•Edward Page, Jr 

William E. Scotten 

Alan N. Steyne 

•Robert A. Acly 

•Edward Anderson, Jr.. 

•Charles A. Converse 

•Hedley V. Cooke, Jr... 

•Willard Galbraith 

•Gerald A. Mokma 

•Richard W. Morin 

•Kenneth S. Stout 

•James H. Wright 

•Donal F. McGonigal... 

•Waldo E. Bailey 

•George V. Allen 

•Henry B. Day 

•Sherburne Dillingham. 

•Elbridge Durbrow 

•Donald D. Edgar 

•Hugh C. Fox 



Vice consul.. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul-- 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul- 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 
secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 




LyoD July 22,1930 

Batavia June 30,1931 

Harbin Mar. 6,1933 



Gibraltar. 

Venice 

Warsaw... 



Kobe 

Addis Ababa 

Sao Paulo 

Stuttgart 

Warsaw 

Jerusalem 

Kingston, Jamaica 

Tokyo 

Belfast 

Foreign Service School. 

Saigon 

Hamburg 

Tegucigalpa 



Singapore 

Capetown... 

Shanghai 

sao Paulo.... 

Nuevitas 

Department. 

Tela 

Cologne 

Salonika 

Progreso 

Shanghai 



sao Paulo. 
Bucharest- 



Dec. 7, lk»32 
.May 5, 1932 
May 6,1930 

Oct. 6, 1932 
Feb. 24,1931 
Nov. 8,1930 
Mar. 26, 1930 
tJune 17,1933 
Feb. 19,1931 
Jan. 11, 1933 
Nov. 8,1930 
Sept. 4,1931 
Mar. 22, 1933 
Nov. 8,1930 
June 20,1931 
Nov. 8,1930 

Nov. 26, 1930 
July 26,1930 
Apr. 21,1933 
Feb. 24,1931 
June 11,1932 
Nov. 14, 1932 
Mar. 20, 1931 
July 9, 1930 
July 17,1930 
Jan. 20,1932 
Nov. 8,1930 
Nov. 17, 1932 
June 20,1931 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Jan. 6, 1933 
Dec. 7, 1932 



Mar. 26, 1929 Sept. 30, 1929 

Nov. 12,1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12,1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 



Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12,1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Nov. 12, 1929 
Dec. 19,1929 

Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Dec. 19,1929 
Jan. 31,1930 
8, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 



Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



110 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (C)— Continued 



Wtience 

ftp- Designation 

pointed ; 



Post 



Date of 
assignment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



• M is5 Constance R. Har- 
vey. 

•fEaston T. Kelsey 

•Harrison A. Lewis 

•John J. Macdonald 

•II. Gordon Minnigerode 

•William D. Moreland, Jr. 

•Robert Newbegin, 2d... 

•James K. TenfieKl 

•John C. Pool - 

•Albert 11. Cousins, Jr... 

•W'illian E. Flournoy, Jr. 

•Taylor \V. Gannett 

•CrtlvinH. Cakes 

•Paul C. Hutton, Jr 

•Hayward G. Hill 

•Jay Walker 

•David U Buffum 

•Thomas J. Maleady 

•Guy W. Ray 

•Hervg J. L'Heureux 

•J. Kenly Bacon 

•Homer M. Byington, Jr. 

•Theodore S. Cleveland.. 

•fEverett F. Drumright- 

•F Russell Engdahl 

•Daniel Gaudin, Jr 

•John Hubner, 2d 

•J. Wesley Jones 

•Reginald S. Kazanjlan.. 

•Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr. 

•F. Ridgway Linea- 
weaver. 

•Cecil B. Lyon 

•Leslie Gordon Mayer... 

•W^ alter P. McConaughy. 

•Joseph E. Newton 

•John B. Ocheltree 

•Maurice Pasquet 

•Charles B. Perkins 

•Arthur L. Richards 



N. Y... 

Mich.. 
Calif... 
Mo.... 
D. C... 
Oreg... 
Mass... 
Calif... 
Del.-.. 
Oreg... 

Va 

Nebr... 
S. C... 
N. C... 

La 

D. C... 

Me 

Mass... 

Ala 

N. H... 
Mass... 
Conn.. 
Ohio... 
Okla... 
Wash.. 

Pa 

Md.... 
Iowa... 
R.I..- 

Va 

Pa 

N.Y... 
Calif... 
Ala.... 
Pa 

Nev 

N.Y... 
R.I.... 
Calif... 



Vice consul Milan. 



Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

; Vice consul 

Third secretary. 

Vice consul 

' Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

i Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul , 

Vice consul 

I Vice consul , 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul , 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul , 

i Vice consul 



•Donald H. Robinson N.J... 

•fFrank A. Schuler, Jr...| Mich. 

•Allan C. Taylor N.Y.. 

•Laurence W. Taylor Calif.. 

•Clare H. Timberlake.... Mich.. 

•LeoToch N.Y.. 

•Arnold Van Benschoten. R.I... 

•Gerald Warner Mass.. 

•Lee Worley. Wash. 

•Kenneth J. Yearns D. C. 

•Charles W. Yost N. Y.. 

•C. Burke Elbrick Ky.... 

•Shlras Morris, Jr Conn. 

•Theodore C. Achilles....! D. C. 

•William C. Afield. Jr... Minn. 



I Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul and third 
secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul. 

Vice consul 

I Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Cairo 

Singapore 

Batavia 

Jerusalem 

Antwerp 

Mexico, D.F 

Mukden 

Buenos Aires 

Caracas 

Guatemala 

Guayaquil 

Genoa 

Bombay 

Yokohama 

Tunis 

Palermo 

Mexico, D.F 

London 

Windsor 

Callao-I ima 

Naples 

Buenos Aires 

Peiping 

Calcutta 

Beirut 

Tientsin 

Calcutta 

Rangoon... 

Bombay 

Amsterdam 



Tokyo... 

Riga 

Kobe.... 
Nagoya.. 
Seville... 

Paris 

Havre... 
Teheran. 



Calcutta -- 

Tokyo 

Port Elizabeth 

Copenhagen 

Buenos Aires 

Foreign Service School 

Dalren 

Tientsin 



Shanghai 

Warsaw 

Southampton. 

Stuttgart 

Rome 

Sinifapore 



June 20,1931 

July 22,1930 
Feb. 24,1931 
Feb. 24,1931 
Feb. 24.1931 
Aug. 22,1932 
Apr. 10,1933 
Mar. 6,1933 
Mar. 21, 1932 
June 20,1931 
June 20,1931 
Dec. 9, 1932 
Dec. 9, 1931 
Aug. 29, 1931 
Nov. 23, 1931 
Oct. 3, 1931 

JAug. 30,1930 
Nov. 28, 1931 
Oct. 10, 1930 

{Sept. 12, 1930 
Dec. 10,1931 
June 13, 1933 
Feb. 24,1931 
July 15,1932 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Dec. 10,1931 
May 26, 1932 
Dec. 10.1931 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Apr. 7, 1932 

Apr. 26, 1933 
Apr. 7, 1932 
Dec. 22.1932 
Apr. 7, 1932 
July 26,1932 
tJan. 23,1931 
Aug. 6, 1932 
Feb. 24,1931 

July 26,1932 
Oct. 6, 1932 
July 26, 1932 
June 13, 1933 
Dec. 10,1931 
Apr. 22,1933 
Dec. 10,1931 
Dec. 10,1931 
Mar. 18,1933 
May 31,1933 
July 26,1932 
Aug. 10,1932 
Dec. 10.1931 
Juno 13,1933 
Apr 7. 1932 



Apr. 15,1930 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Apr. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dea 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



15, 1930 
15. 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
15, 1930 
4, 1930 
4, 1930 
4, 1930 
4, 1930 

15, 1930 
17, 1930 
26, 1930 

16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
12, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16, 1930 
16. 1930 



Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16.1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16.1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16,1930 

Dec. 16.1930 

Jan. 22.1931 

Jan. 22.1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17.1931 



CLASSIFICATION OF FOEEIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (C)— Continued 



111 



W hence , 

ap- : 

poinied 



Designation 



Post 



Date of 
assignment 



Date of ap- Date of 
polntment to entry into 
present class service 



•tJohn M. Allison. 

•Diiniel V. Anderson 

•Walworth Barbour 

•Jacob D. Beam 

•Reginald Bragonier, Jr.. 

•Carl Breuer.-- 

•Reginald S. Carey . 

•Mulford A. Colebrook.- 

•Bernanl C. Connelly 

•Charles A. Cooper 

•Merritt X. Cootes 

•Earl T. Crain._ 

•William M. Cramp 

•John Davies.Jr 

•Andrew E. Donovan, 2d. 

•Walter C. Dowling 

•Donald C. Dunham 

•Howard Elting, Jr 

•Frederick E. Farns- 
worth. 

•Douglas Flood 

•T. Muldrup Forsyth.... 

•R. Allen Haden 

•James E, Henderson 

•L. Randolph Uiggs 

•Walter W. Hoflmann... 
•Theodore J. Hohenthal.. 

•Douglas James 

•Fred AV. Jandrey 

• Douglas Jenkins, Jr 

•Stephen E. C. Kendrick. 

•Foy D. Kohler 

•Kent Leavitt 

•Henry P. Leverich 

•E.Allan Lightner, Jr 

•Walter J. Linthicum 

•Aubrey E. Lippinc-ott . . 
'Brockholst Livingston.. 
•Raymond P. Ludden... 

•Edward P. Maffltt 

•Patrick Mallon 

•Ernest de W. Mayer 

•Robert Mills McClin- 

totk. 

•Robert C. McCloud 

•Qregor C. Ivlerrill 

•Reginald P. Mitchell.... 
•Harold E. Montamat... 

•Walter W. Orebaugh 

•John P. Palmer 

'W. Leonard Parker 

•Troy L. Perkins 

•\crris Rediker... 

"Paul J. Reveley 

•Wales \V. rilgnor 

•Francis L. Spalding 

• Francis Bowden Stevens 
'John F. Stone 



Nebr... 
Del.... 
Mass... 
N.J.... 
Md..-- 
N. Y... 
Md.... 
N.Y... 

m 

Nebr... 

Va 

111 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Calif... 

Qa 

Ohio... 

Ill 

Colo... 

Ill 

Va 

Tenn . . 
Calif.. - 
Miss... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
N.Y... 
Wis.... 
S. C... 
R. I.... 
Ohio... 

Va 

N.J.... 
N.J.... 
Md.... 
Ariz.... 
N.Y... 
Mass... 
Mo.... 
Ohio... 
N.Y... 
Calif... 



Fla..-. 
Calif.. 
Fla.-. 
N.J... 
Kans.. 
AVash. 
N.Y.. 
Ky.... 
Minn. 
Conn- 
Mich. 
Mass. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 



Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Tokyo 

Lisbon 

Athens 

Geneva 

Foreign Service School. 

Port-au-Prince.- 

Tampico 

Brisbane 

Melbourne 

Canton 

Hong Kong 

Managua 

Belize 

Yunnanfu.. 

Mexico, D.F 

Oslo 

Hong Kong 

Istanbul.. 

Palermo 



Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul- 
Vice consul - 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul. 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 
Vice consul . 



Foreign Service School. 

Callao-Lima 

Singapore 

Foreign Service School 
Foreign Service School 

Wellington. 

Zagreb... 

Foreign Service School 

Calcutta 

Nanking 

Montreal 

Bucharest 

Me.\ico, D.F 

Berlin 

Pernambuco 

Vienna 

Montevideo — 

Colombo 

Tsinan 

Stockholm 

Leipzig 

Havre 

Kobe 



Vice consul Foreign Service School. 

Vice consul Yokohama 

Vice consul Hankow 

Vice consul Nanking 

Vice consul Wellington 



Genoa 

Alexandria- 



Vice consul... 
Vice consul . . . 

Vice consul Tientsin 

Vice consul Bombay 

Vice consul Leipzig 

Vice consul Foreign Service School. 

Vice consul Ziirich 

V'ice consul Warsaw 

Vice consul , Warsaw 



Jan. 16,1932 
Dec. 22,1932 
Feb. 3, 1933 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Apr. 22,1933 
Mar. 31,1933 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Dec. 22,1932 
Mar. 6,1933 
Dec. 22,1932 
June 13,1933 
June 21, 1933 
Dec. 22,1932 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Mar. 20, 1933 
Apr. 7. 1932 
July 26,1932 
July 26,1932 
June 13,1933 

Apr. 22,1933 

Mar. 31, 1933 

Sept. 2.1932 

Apr. 22,1933 

Apr. 22,1933 

' Dec. 22,1932 

Apr. 7.1932 

1 Apr. 22,1933 

I Dec. 22,1932 

; Mar. 6,1933 

{Jan. 2,1932 

; Mar. 30, 1933 

i June 13,1933 

June 13,1933 

May 24, 1932 

}Jan. 2,1932 

Dec. 22,1932 

Mar. 6,1933 

Dec. 22,1932 

: July 26,1932 

j June 13,1933 

Apr. 7,1932 

: Mar. 30, 1933 

Apr. 22,1933 
Mar. 30, 1933 
July 26,1932 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Mar. 27, 1933 
June 13,1933 
Apr. 7. 1932 
May 31, 1933 
Dec. 22,1932 
{Jan. 2,1932 
Apr. 22,19.33 
June 13,1933 
Mar. 30, 1933 
Mar. 30, 1933 



Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17. 1931 
Dec. 17.1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17. 1931 
Dec. 17.1931 
Dec. 17.1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 
Dec. 17,1931 



Jan. 
June 
Jan. 



Dec. 
Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Deo. 
Dec. 



17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17, 1931 
17.1931 
17. 1931 
17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 
17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 
17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 



Dec. 17.1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17.1931 

Dec. 17.1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 

Dec. 17,1931 



Apr. 28,1930 

June 26,1931 

June 19,1931 

June 6. 1931 

Feb. 3. 1932 

Feb. 4, 1932 

Feb. 3. 1932 

June 9. 1931 

June 6. 1931 

Sept. 15. 1931 

Jan. 21,1932 

Feb. 1. 1928 

June S, 1931 

16. 1932 
5. 1931 

15, 1932 

June 16.1931 

June 30.1931 

Jan. 27. 1932 

, Jan. 24, 1932 

Jan. 21.1932 

June 25,1931 

Feb. 3,1932 

Jan. 21,1932 

May 28. 1931 

Jan. 9, 1932 

Feb. 9,1932 

! Aug. 4, 1931 

Aug. 15.1931 

Dec. 23.1921 

Jan. 25.1932 

! Sept. 21. 1931 

June 9. 1931 

Jan. 17. 1930 

Jan. 19. 1920 

Aug. 1.1931 

§Jan. 12,1929 

Aug. 1. 1931 

May 28, 1931 

Jan. 20,1932 

Jan. 16, 1932 

Feb. 1,1932 

Aug. 17. 1931 

! Jan. 27. 1932 

June 6, 1931 

Jan. 30.1932 

Jan. 19.1932 

July 27,1931 

Jan. 16,1932 

Aug. 8. 1931 

Mar. 4.1931 

July 17. 1924 

Jan. 11. 1932 

Jan. 21.1932 

June 9,1931 

, June 8. 1931 



112 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS. UNCLASSIFIED (C) -Continued 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Post 



Date( 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



•OrrayTaft.Jr 

•Robert M. Taylor 

•Tyler Thompson 

•William Du B. Thorne 
•William C. Trimble.... 

•H. Bartlett Wells , 

•Milton K. Wells 

•Erie C. Wendelin 

•Robert F. Woodward. 

•Stephen E. Aguirre j 

•Overton G. Ellis, Jr [ 

•Livingston Satterthwaitej 
•John Willard Carrigan.. 
•George W. Renchard 



'Halleck L. Rose Nebr.. 



Calif.. 
Wash. 
N. Y.- 
N.J... 

Md... 
N.J... 
Okla.. 
Mass.. 
Minn. 
Tex... 
Wash. 
Pa.... 
Calif-. 
Mich.. 



Vice consul 

Vice consul „. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul | 

Vice consul and third j 

secretary. I 

Vice consul t 



Apr. 
Apr. 
June 



Foreign Service School 
Foreign Service School. 

Marseille 

Medan Mar. 

Buenos Aires Dec. 

Montevideo ! June 

Foreign Service School.: Apr. 

Ensenada May 

Foreign Service SchooL] Apr. 

Mexico, D.F.._ jtJan. 

Budapest .„ Apr. 

San Jos6, Costa Rica-. I Dec 

Vigo I June 

Baghdad I Feb. 



Dec. 
Dec 



22, 1933 Dec. 

22, 1933 Dec. 
13, 1933 
30, 1933 

22. 1932 Dec. 

13.1933 j Dec. 
22,1933 j Dec. 
31,1933 Dec. 
22, 1933 I Dec. 
26,1932 j Jan. 

7,1932 I Jan. 

22.1932 I Jan. 

13.1933 Feb. 
20,1932 Feb. 



17, 1831 
17, 1931 
17, 1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 

17. 1931 
17,1931 
17,1931 

7, 1932 
7, 1932 

28. 1932 
19, 1932 
19, 1932 



Rotterdam June 13,1933 Mar. 28, 1932 



Feb. 4, 1932 
Jan. 7. 1932 
Aug. 19,1931 
Jan. 31,1932 
June 24,1931 
Jan. 30,1932 
11, 1932 
29, 1932 
21, 1932 
7, 1915 
16, 1932 
18. 1932 
20, 1932 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
July 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 23, 1930 



Apr. 15,1932 



12. RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 

RECEIVING ANNUITIES i 



Rank in the service 



Post where last 



Date of entry Date of 
into service retirement 



Benedict, James S 

Bliss, Robert Woods 

Bradford, Robert R. 

Brunswick, William W 

Campbell, Harry 

Culver, Henry S 

De Billier, Frederic Ogden... 

de Olivares, Jose -- 

Dodge, H. Percival 

Doty, William F 

Dreher, Julius D 

Early, William W 

Ferris, Cornelius 

Fisher, Fred D — . 

Foster, Paul H 

Freeman, Charles M 

Garrett, Alonzo B 

Garrety, William P 

Grout, John H 

Halstead, Albert 

Heizer, Oscar S .- 

Horton, George 

Hunt, William H 

Hurst, Carlton B 

Ifft, George N 

Johnson, Henry Abert 

Keene, Francis B 

Kent, William P.. 

Mahin, Frank W 

Martin, Chester W 

McCunn, John N 

Milner, James B 

Morgan, Edwin V 

Osborne, John Ball 

Pickerel!, George H 

Rairden, Bradstreet S 

Rasmusen, Bertil M 

Ravndal, Gabriel Bie 

Reat, Samuel C 

Robertson, William H 

Russell, William W - 

Ryder, Frederick M 

Sammons, Thomas 

Savage, John M 

Slater, Fred C 

Sullivan, Lucien N 

Thackara, Alexander M 

Thomas, Edward B 

Voetter, Thomas W 

Wadsworth, Craig W 

Wakefield, Ernest A 

Washington, Horace Lee 

Willey, Richard R 

Wlnans, Charles S 

Wood, John Q 

Yerby, William J 



N. Y... 
N.Y... 
Nebr... 
Kans— 
Kans... 
Ohio... 
D. C... 
Mo.... 



VIII. 



N. J.-.. 

S. C 

N. C... 
Colo.... 

Oreg 

Tex 

N. H.... 
W. Va.. 
N. Y... 
Mass.... 
D. C... 

Iowa 

111 

N. Y... 

D. C... 
Idaho... 
D. C... 

Wis 

Va 

Iowa 

Mich.... 

Wis 

Ind 

N. Y.... 



Ohio 

Me 

Iowa 

S. Dak.. 

Ill 

Va 

D. C... 
Conn... 
Wash... 

N. J 

Kans 

Pa 

Pa 

Ill 

N. Mex- 
N. Y.... 

Me 

D. C.„. 
N. Y.... 

Mich 

Hawaii.. 
Tenn.... 



V 

VIII. 
IV... 
IV... 
III... 
V.._. 



VII- . 
VI... 
VIII. 
II.... 
IV... 
VII.. 

v.... 

IX... 
VIII. 
VI... 

I 

IV... 

III... 

VII.. 



I 

V 

VIII.... 

Ill 

IV 

IV 

IV 

V 

VIII.... 



II.... 

IV... 
VIII. 
VI... 

I 

VII- . 

I 



III... 

I 

v.... 

VIII. 
VI... 

I 

VII.. 
VIII. 

II.... 

VIII. 

I 

VII.. 

III... 

IV... 
VII.. 



Consul 

.\mbassador 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul.. 

First secretary 

Consul 

Minister , 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul and second se 
retary. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul , 

Consul.. 

.Embassador 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul.- 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Minister 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul , 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Counselor of legation 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul.-. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 



Windsor 

Buenos Aires 

Breslau... 

Lisbon.. 

London, Ont 

St. John, N. B 

Rome 

Leghorn 

Copenhagen 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. . . 

Colon 

Colon 

Dublin- 

Nassau-.. 

Piedras Negras 

Sydney, N. S 

St. Stephen 

Tahiti 

Hull 

London 

Algiers... 

Budapest 

Monrovia 

Budapest 

Ghent 

Dundee 

Rome 

Hamilton, Bermuda.. 

Amsterdam 

Toronto 

Yarmouth 

Niagara Falls 

Rio de Janeiro 

Budapest 

Para 

Curacao 

Moncton 

Berlin 

Calgary 

Halifax 

Bangkok 

Vancouver 

Melbourne.- 

Southampton 

Sarnia 

Matanzas.. 

Paris 

-■Vthens 

Guaymas 

Lima 

Nuevitas 

London 

Leipzig 

Prague 

Strasbourg 

Nantes 



Mar. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

May 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

June 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Aug. 
§Mar. 

Apr. 

Aug. 
§Jan. 

May 

Aug. 

May 

Apr. 

July 
§Aug. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
§May 

Nov. 
§Nov. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

July 
§Sept. 
§Oct. 
§May 

Mar. 
§Aug. 

July 

June 

June 

May 

Sept. 
ISept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

June 

Oct. 

July 



8, 1879 
1, 1903 
1, 1917 
14, 1907 
30, 1915 

1. 1897 
1, 1908 

23, 1966 
6, 1899 
5, 1902 
1, 1906 

21, 1914 

27, 1909 
2, 1901 

20, 1914 

2. 1898 
1,1901 

20, 1919 



1,1906 
11, 1905 

18. 1899 

3, 1892 
20, 1905 
16, 1886 

1,1903 
22, 1910 

1, 1898 
28, 1897 

21. 1897 

17. 1898 

30. 1900 
18, 1905 
16, 1898 
16, 1898 
28, 1903 
24, 1898 

2, 1908 
4, 1907 
2, 1915 
16, 1905 
20, 1905 
12, 1914 
16, 1909 
10, 1909 
11, 1897 
20, 1918 
2, 1907 
23, 1912 

1, 1895 
27, 1920 
30, 1900 
20, 1908 
25, 1906 



Under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 3, 1926, or Feb. 23, 1931. 



113 



114 EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

12. RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE— Continued 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS— Continued 

DECEASED 



State Class 



Rank in the 
service 



Post where last Date of entry 
assigned into service 



Date of re- 
tirement 



Adams, Edward LeG.. 

Belisle, Eugene L 

Brittain, Joseph I 

Chase, Benjamin F 

Denison, Frank C 

Diederich, Henry W 

Foster, John G 

Gale, William H 

Gassett, Percival 

Glazebrook, Otis A 

Goding, Frederic W 

Gunsaulus, Edwin N... 

Lathrop, Lorin A 

LawtoD, Ezra M 

Mitchell, Mason 

Morgan, Henry H 

Mosher, Robert B 

Murphy, Dominic I 

Paddock, Gordon 

Richardson, Elliott V.. 

Wallace, Thomas R 

Willrich, Gebhard 

Winslow, Alfred A 



Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul general. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul , 

Consul general. 
Consul general. 

Consul... 

Consul 

Consul general 
Consul general. 

Consul 

Consul general. 

Consul 

Consul general. 

Consul.. 

Consul general. 
First secretary. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 



Sherbrooke July 

Limoges June 

Winnipeg Jan. 

Messina -,§Aug. 



Prescott. 

Sarnia 

Ottawa 

Budapest 

Leeds 

Nice and Monaco. 

Guayaquil.. 

Wellington 

Nassau 

Sydney, N. S. W.. 

Malta 

Buenos Aires 

Victoria, B. C 

Stockholm 

Paris 

Karachi 

Martinique 

St. Gall 

St. John's, N. F... 



Aug. 
§Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Feb. 
§Apr. 
§Dec. 

Oct. 
§June 

May 

July 

.\pr. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 



10, 1902 
1, 1906 
1, 1898 

26. 1909 
19, 1897 
18, 1897 

1. 1897 
21, 1906 

7, 1903 
23, 1914 
13, 1898 

14. 1900 
1, 1891 

23, 1913 
1, 1902 

17, 1897 
1, 1905 

14, 1905 

27. 1901 

17. 1910 
3, 1901 
1, 1905 

6. 1898 



July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 j 

Aug. 22, 1925 

July 1, 1924 ! 

July 1,1924 

June 30, 1927 

Jan. 26,1929 

July 1, 1924 

Mar. 8,1929 

July 1, 1924 

Dec. 13,1924 

July 1, 1924 

Aug 22,1929 

July 1, 1924 

July 31,1926 

July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 

Sept. 30, 1930 

Oct. 22,1928 

July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 

July 1, 1924 



VICE CONSULS (NONCAREER) AND CLERKS 

RECEIVING ANNUITIES i 



Name 


State 


Post where last assigned 


Date of entry 
into service 


Date of retire- 
ment 


Boragino, Angelo . 


Calif.... 
N. Y. .. 
Miss.... 
Tenn.... 
N. Y.... 

Ind 

Conn... 

Me 

Del 

Me 

N.Y.... 
N. Y.... 
Okla.... 


Genoa 


July 1, 1900 
June 20,1925 
Aug. 13,1913 
Feb. 7, 1909 
Mar. 2,1922 
Mar. 4,1907 
Sept. 14, 1898 
July 1, 1890 
Oct. 21,1913 
June 1,1867 
Dec. 5, 1921 
May 6,1914 
Oct. 16,1922 


June 30, 1932 


Clark, John Henry 




Jan. 31,1932 


Doherty, Charles W 


Mexican 


Dec. 31,1930 


Hood, Hugh S 


Durban 

Toronto 


July 31,1931 


Larned, Frank H 


Aug. 1, 1932 


Leonard, Henry Harrison 


Acapulco 


Mar. 31, 1932 


Sanford, Horace M 




Aug. 1, 1932 


Sherman, Harry Tuck... 


Ghent . 


June 30,1933 


Shocklev, William P.. 


Genoa 


June 30,1933 


Springer, Joseph A ... 


Habana 


Aug. 31,1930 


Unckles, Roderick W 


San Jose, Costa Rica 


Nov. 30, 1932 


Williams, Reginald H 


Nov. 30, 1930 


Wyles, Charl C. L. B 


Frankfort-on-the-Main.. . . 


June 30,1933 







' Under the provisions of the act of May 



13. BIOGEAPHIES 

PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND OF THE FOREIGN SERVICE 



Abbey. Glenn Allan. — 6. Dodgeville, Wis., June 11, 
1898 ; business sch. grad. ; Marquette and George 
Washington Univ. ; Georgetown, B. S. 1925 ; grad. 
woric. Univ. of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 1929; 
teacher in public sch. 1917-18 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; 
elk. 1919-21 ; instructor in Eng. and hist., Devitt 
Prep. Sch., 1924-25 ; sec. to the Am. High Commr. 
at I'ort au Prince 1925-27 ; app., aftf^r exam.. For. 
Ser. officer uuclass. and v. c. of career July 5, 1927 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927; to 
Johannesburg Feb. 24, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
July 1, 1931 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Managua July 31, 
1931; at Caracas Mar. 31, 1032. 

Abbott, George Manlove. — 6. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 5, 
1904 ; Case Sch. of Applied Sci., B. S. 1925 ; ficole 
de Fonts et ChaussSes, Paris, 1926 ; George Wash- 
ington Univ., 1927 ; construction work 1920-21 ; 
salesman 1922-24 ; asst. research assoc. 1926 ; tech. 
asst., Bureau of Standards, 1927 ; app. after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career July 5, 
1927; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927; 
to Calcutta Feb. 24, 1928; to Oslo Aug. 26, 1930. 

Abbott, Wainwright.— 6. Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 27, 
1891 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Yale two yrs. ; employed in 
mfg. companies two yrs. ; ambulance ser. in France 
1916; French Army 1917-18; U. S. Army 1918-19, 
It. ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class 
four Apr. 7, 1920 ; assigned to Stockholm May 26, 
1921 ; to Athens Apr. 13, 1922 ; class three Sept. 22, 
1922; on detail at Constantinople Oct. 15-Dec. 1, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; as- 
signed as 2d sec. of leg. at Caracas Oct. 2, 1924 ; 
class five Apr. 30, 1925 ; assigned as 2d sec. at Dublin 
June 9, 1927 ; class four July 24, 1930 ; assigned as 
1st sec. at London Dec. 23, 1930; married. 

Abrams, Belle Jenvey (Mrs.) — 6. Marietta, Ohio; 
hisrh sch. ?rad. : attendod private sch. and business 
sch. ; Sherwood Cody Univ. corr. course ; app. elk., 
temp., in the Dept. of State Feb. 18, 1915 ; perma- 
nently, at $900 under Ex. order June 22, 1916, 
effective July 1; temp., at $1,000 Oct. 18, 1916; 
permanently Nov. 1, 1916; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; 
at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 
July 1. 1930.— PD. 

Achilles, Theodore Carter. — &. Rochester, N. Y., 
Dec. 29, 1905 ; The Hill Sch. ; Stanford, B. A. 1925 ; 
Yale 1926-28; newspaper work 1028-30; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass.. v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17. 1931 ; assigned as v. c. 
at Habana Jan. 4, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 28, 
1933; to Rome Juno 13. 193.^; married. 



Ackerman, Marie J. — b. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended high sch. ; elk., Dept. of Agric, one month ; 
app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Feb. 1, 1921 ; 
at $1,000 Sept. 1, 1922; at $1,100 May 31, 1924, 
effective June 1 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928; at 
$2,000 July 9, 1930.— DCR, 

Ackerman, Ralph Henry, — 5. West Hoboken, N. J., 
July 23, 1892 ; attended public sch. and business 
sch. ; elk. and stenog. 1907-13 ; elk., Dept. of State, 
1913-14 ; cml. activities in So. Amer. 1914-22 ; Bu. 
of For. and Domes. Com. 1922-23 ; tech. adviser to 
Am. del., Fifth Int. Conf. of Am. States, Santiago, 
Chile, 1923 ; app. cml. att. at Santiago Oct. 27, 1923 ; 
married. 

Ackerson, Garret G., Jr. — h. Hackeusack. N. J., May 
13, 1904 ; Kelvin Sch. ; Univ. of Va. 1922-24 ; Har- 
vard, S. B. 1927 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; assigned to 
the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928 ; to Cape Town Nov. 
3, 1928 ; assigned as For. Ser. officer to the leg. at 
Pretoria June 27, 1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Aug. 
16, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Pretoria Aug. 27, 
1930; at Lima Apr. 8, 1931; married. 

Acly, Robert Austin. — b. Pittsfield, Mass., Feb. 25, 
1906 ; Williams Coll., B. A. 1928 ; app. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned as v. c. at Montreal, temp., 
Jan. 7, 1930; to the For. Ser. Sch. July 18, 1930; to 
Tegucigalpa Nov. 8, 1930 ; also as 3d sec. at Teguci- 
galpa Jan. 17, 1933 ; married. 

Adams, J. Austin. — ft. Austin, Tex., May 16, 1909; 

Univ. of Utah, B. A. 1931 ; stenog. 1928-30 ; app. elk. 
at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Nov. 13, 1930.— HA. 

Adams, Philip.— 5. Honolulu, T. H., June 26, 1881 ; 
Cambridge Latin Sch. grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1903 ; 
instructor in Eng., Univ. of Wis., 1903-5 ; foreign 
travel 1905-8; artistic and literary work 1908-18; 
Bu. of War Risk Insur. 1918-20 ; app. drafting officer 
at $2,500 in the Dept. of State July 23. 1920; chief. 
Division of Passport Control, July 26, 1920 ; resigned 
Aug. 16, 1922 ; app., after exam., cons, of class seven 
June 22, 1922; detailed to Paris Aug. 28, 1922; to 
Malta May 28, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; class seven Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to 
Malta June 22, 1925 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 11, 
1926 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Tirana Mar. 27, 1926 ; 
as cons, at Campbellton July 11, 1928 ; class six 
Oct. 16, 1929 ; cons, at Sarnia Oct. 19, 1929 ; at St. 
John, N. B., Apr. 30, 1932. 

115 



116 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



Adams, "Walter Alexander. — 6. Greenville, S. C, 
Dec. 16, 1887; Carlisle's Sch. for Boys; Clemson 
Coll. one yr. ; Georgetown, LL. B. 1913 ; private 
tutors three yrs. ; mem. of bar of U. S. Court for 
China, Shanghai ; elk. and stenog. 1907-10 ; stenog. 
in Govt, depts. 1911-13; elk., Philippine Civil Ser., 
1913-14 ; elk. in Am. Consulate General at Shanghai 
Apr. 1, 1914 ; court reporter and dep. elk. of court, 
U. S. Court for China, 1915 ; teacher of legal me- 
chanics. Comparative Law Sch. of China, Shanghai, 
1916; V. c. at Shanghai Feb. 26, 1916; at Batavia 
Oct. 4, 1918; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three Dec. 23, 1919 ; assigned to Canton Apr. 12, 
1920 ; class two May 24, 1920 ; assigned to Swatow 
Nov. 15, 1920 ; to Changsha Feb. 24, 1921 ; to Tsing- 
tao Oct. 1, 1921 ; class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; cons, of 
class seven June 22, 1922 ; class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; class 
six Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Chungking Apr. 10, 
1925 ; class five June 2, 1926 ; class four May 17, 
1928; assigned to Hankow July 17, 1928; to Nan- 
king June 11, 1929 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; cons, 
gen. June 11, 1931 ; assigned to Hankow June 15, 
1931. 

Adams, William Ware. — b. Washington, D. C, Mar. 
1, 1905 ; Emerson Inst, grad ; George Washington, 
A. B. 1929 ; paymaster, D. C. govt., 1927-29 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to Habana, temp., 
Nov. 27, 192S ; to Matanzas, temp.. Mar. 19, 1930 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 19, 1930 ; to Lyon July 22, 
1930; married. 

Adlof, Richard E., Jr. — h. Galveston, Tex., Dec. 5, 
1904 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Tex. 1926-27 ; George 
Washington Univ. 1928—32 ; elk., ocean freight for- 
warding CO., 1921-24, mem. of firm 1924-26 ; elk. in 
War Dept. 1927-28 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. 
of State D?c. 1, 1928; editorial asst. at $1,800 Aug. 

1. 1929; at $2,000 June 1. 1930.— HA. 

Aflfeld, William Charles, Jr. — b. Clarinda, Iowa, 
Oct. 20, 1906; attended business sch.; Univ. of 
Minn., B. A. 1930; stenog. 1925-26; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Windsor Sept. 19, 1931 ; v. c. at 
Windsor Oct. 31, 1931 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Windsor Jan. 

2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. S, 1932 ; to Singa- 
pore Apr. 7, 1932. 

Agostini, Caesar Franklin. — b. Tarragona, Spain, of 
Am. parents, Aug. 8, 1884 ; Commercial Coll. of 
Barcelona 1896-99 ; engineering course 1900-3 ; mgr., 
shipping agency, 1903-27 ; customs broker since 1915 ; 
app. cons. agt. at Tarragona Oct. 2, 1914. 

Aguirre, Stephen Earnest. — b. Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 
11, 1892; Calif. Sch. of Mech. Arts, San Francisco, 
1911-13 ; cml. employment in Mexico 1909-10 ; elk., 
1010, 1913-15 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Ciudad 
Juarez July 22, 1915 ; v. c. at Ciudad Juarez June 5, 
1917 ; at Chihuahua Apr. 13, 1920 ; resigned Oct. 13, 
1920 ; app. v. c. at Manzanillo May 25, 1921 ; at 
Nuevo Laredo Sept. 29, 1925 ; at Piedras Negras, 
temp., Feb. 7, 1927 ; at Nuevo Laredo Feb. 18, 1927 ; 
at Mexico City Nov. 2, 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the 



Diplo. Ser. Jan. 7, 1932 ; assigned as v. c. at Mexico 
City Jan. 9, 1932; 3d sec. at Mexico City Jan. 26, 
1932 ; married. 

Ahrens, Gladys Charlotte. — b. Two Rivers, Wis. ; 
attended high sch. ; elk., War Dept., 1924 ; app. elk. 
at $1,140 in the Dept. of State Sept. 18, 1924 ; at 
$1,320 May 1, 1925; at $1,500 May 1, 1926; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 
1928; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Ailshie, William Knight. — b. Boise, Idaho, Jan. 30, 
1905 ; Va. Mil. Inst. ; Univ. of Washington. B. A. 
1927 ; Downing Coll., Cambridge Univ., England, 
1927-28 ; elk. in Am. Emb. at Paris 1928-29 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to Habana, temp., 
Nov. 27, 1929; to Nuevitas, temp.. Mar. 19, 1930; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 19, 1930; to Caracas July 
22, 1930 ; to Batavia June 30, 1931. 

Albright, Edward. — b. Sumner Co., Tenn., Aug. 18, 
1873 ; Gallatin Male Acad. grad. ; Cumberland Univ., 
B. L. 1898 ; mem. of bar of Tenn. ; pres., nat. edi- 
torial assn., 1919-20 ; U. S. marshal for middle dist. 
of Tenn. 1920-24 ; newspaper publisher 1907-33 ; 
newspaper owner 1912-33 ; app. E. E. and M. P. to 
Finland July 21, 1933. 

Aldridge, Clayson Wheeler. — b. Rome, N. Y., Oct. 
19, 1899 ; Princeton, A. B. 1922 ; American-Scandina- 
vian fellowship, Univ. of Copenhagen, 1922-23 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. Mar. 20, 1925 ; 
v. c. of career and assigned to Jerusalem Sept. 2, 
1925 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 17, 1927 ; assigned 
as 3d sec. at Athens Feb. 23, 1927 ; v. c. at .\dPn, 
temp., Aug. 31, 1927; 3d sec. at Athens June 21, 
1928 ; also v. c. at Athens Oct. 18, 1929 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Athens Dec. 19, 1929 ; to the 
Dept. Feb. 5, 1930; resigned Nov. 30, 1930; app. 
divisional asst. at $4,600 in the Dept. of State Dec. 
1, 1930; married. — NE. 

Alexander, F. Virginia — b. Mount Crawford, Va. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; studied un; 
der private tutor two yrs. ; elk. 1910-12 ; secretary 
1913-15 ; app. elk., temp.. In the Dept. of State Dec. 
7, 1915 ; permanently, at $1,200 under Ex. order 
June 22, 1916, effective July 1; at $1,400 Sept. 1, 
1919 ; at $1,600 Mar. 1, 1921 ; at $1,800 Feb. 1, 1924 ; 
at $2,100 July 1, 1924 ; asst. chief, Division of Pass- 
port Control, Nov. 4, 1925 ; at $2,200 Dec. 1, 1925 ; at 
$2,400 Mar. 1, 1926; at $2,500 Nov. 1, 1927; at 
$2,700 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,800 July 1, 
1928; at $2,900 July 1, 1930; at $3,200 Dec. 1, 
1930.— PD. 

Alexander, Knox. — b. Independence, Mo., Sept. 13, 
1891 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Calif. 1909- 
10; Univ. of Mo., A. B. 1915; Kansas City Sch. of 
Law, LL. B. 1916 ; mem. of bar of Mo. ; law practice 
1915-17; elk. in Am. Leg. at Panama 1917-19; app., 
after exam., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 27, 
1919 ; assigned to San Luis Potosf Oct. 1, 1919 ; 
class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; assigned to Puerto Cortes 
Feb. 7, 1922 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; assigned to 
Quebec Dec. 22, 1922 ; to Rivifere du Loup Nov. 28, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned 



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as V. c. at Hamilton, Out., Jan. 4, 1926; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Hamilton May 9, 1930 ; to 
Matanzas Sept. 29, 1930 ; to Cienfuegos June 10, 
1931 ; married. 

Alexander, Robert Clark. — 6. near Paris, Tenn., 
July 28, 1896; attended public sch. ; studied under 
private tutor ; Y.M.C.A. Sch. of Accountancy 1925 ; 
Southeastern Univ. Law Sch. 1925-26; Washington 
Coll. of Law 1927 ; elk. 1911-17, in the Dept. of 
State 1917-24 ; private sec. to the sec. of state 1920 ; 
law elk. with counsel for Chile in Tacna-Arica Arbi- 
tration 1924-25 ; income tax accountant and secre- 
tary 1924-28; app. elk. at $1,800 in the Dept. of 
State Jan. 1, 1929 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930 ; at $2,300 
June 1, 1931 ; married.— YD. 

Allen. Charles Edward. — b. Foster, Ky.. Apr. 13, 
1891 ; Centre Coll., A.B. 1911 ; principal of high sch. 
1911-12 ; elk. 1912-14 ; app., after exam., student 
interpreter in Turkey Apr. 4, 1914 ; cons. agt. at 
Adrianople Sept. 3, 1915 ; v. c. and interpreter at 
Constantinople Apr. 28, 1916 ; on detail at Algiers 
July 6, 1917, to Jan. 12, 1918; cons. asst. July 15, 
1918; V. c. at Nantes July 22, 1918; detailed to 
Constantinople Mar. 4, 1919 ; cons, of class seven 
Sept. 5, 1919; class six June 4, 1920; detailed to 
Damascus Apr. 26, 1921; to Constantinople (Istanbul) 
Feb. 24, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 
1924 ; class six Dec. 17, 1925 ; class five May 23, 1929 ; 
class four Feb. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Allen, Charles W b. Boulder, Colo., Jan. 21, 

1883 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Wyo. one and 
one-half yrs. ; stenog. and substitute court reporter 
1902-7 ; law elk. 1905-6 ; in U. S. Land Office, 
Lander, Wyo., 1907-18 ; U. S. Civil Ser. sec. Lander, 
Wyo., several yrs. ; app. v. c. at Cape Town Oct. 24, 
1918 ; at Zurich Sept. 6, 1921 ; at Berne Apr. 5, 1924 ; 
at Basel Jan. 23, 1926 ; at North Bay Apr. 13, 1927 ; 
at Calgary Sept. 29, 1930; married. 

Allen, Edgar Poe. — 5. Sharon, Pa., Jan. 13, 1904 ; 

high sch. and business sch. grad. ; George Washington, 
LL. B. 1927 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; elk. in account- 
ing dept. of steel corp. 1922-23 ; in Dept. of State 
1923-29 ; special agt., Dept. of Justice, 1929-31 ; app. 
admin, asst. at $3,200 in the Dept. of State Aug. 24, 
1931 ; married.— CC. 

Allen, George Venable. — 5. Durham, N. C, Nov. 3, 
1903 ; Duke Univ., A. B. 1924 ; Harvard, A. M. 1929 ; 
teacher in high sch. 1924-28 ; newspaper reporter 
1926, 1927, 1928; editorial elk.. Census Bu., 1929; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930; 
assigned as v. c. at Kingston, Jamaica, Apr. 29, 1930 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. July 16, 1930 ; to Shanghai Nov. 
8. 1930. 

Allen, Percy F.—h. Allen, Md., Feb. 11, 1879; at- 
tended public sch. and business sch. ; bookkeeper 
and cashier 1897-1902 ; elk. and bookkeeper, dept. of 
education, Porto Rico, 1902-4 ; asst. to disbursing 
officer, Porto Rlcan teachers' study trip to U. S., 
1904 ; head bookkeeper, disbursing office, insular govt, 
of Porto Rico, 1905 ; elk.. Civil Ser. Commn., 1905-6 ; 
app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State July 3, 1906 ; at 



$1,200 May 1, 1907; at $1,400 Nov. 2, 1908; at 
$1,600 June 27, 1911 ; sec. of Bd. of Examiners for 
Diplo. and Cons. Ser. 1913-18; at $1,800 Apr. 22, 
1914 ; act. chief elk. Mar. 22-Apr. 5, 1918 ; app. spe- 
cial asst. at $2,100 Dec. 31, 1919, effective. Jan. 1, 
1920; drafting officer at $2,500 June 17, 1921, effec- 
tive July 1 ; representative of the Dept. in connection 
with the preparation of the Official Register of U. S. 
since 1919 ; at $3,000 May 7, 1924 ; asst. to chief elk. 
and chief of appt. section Aug. 19, 1924 ; at $3,200 
May 1, 1925 ; at $3,300 Nov. 1, 1927 ; at $3,400 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $3,600 July 1, 1930; at 
$3,700 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; acting chief elk. 
and admin, asst. Sept. 8-Dec. 31, 1931 ; married. — AP. 

Allen, Ruth Joyce. — &. Everett, Wash. ; high sch. 
grad. ; George Washington Univ. 1929- ; elk. 1925 ; 
stenog. in bank 1925-29 ; in Veterans' Bu. 1929-30 ; 
app. elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Jan. 11, 1930 ; 
at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Sept. 16, 1930; at 
$2,000 Sept. 1, 1931 ; elk., Int. Radio Conf., Madrid, 
1932.— FA. 

Allen, Stuart.— &. St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 13, 1902; 
St. Paul Acad. grad. ; Princeton, B. S. 1926 ; teacher, 
Peking Coll. of Com. and Finance and Peking Union 
Medical Coll., China, 1926-28 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Mar. 20, 1929 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. July 1, 1929 ; to Tien- 
tsin Sept. 12, 1929. 

Ailing, Paul Humiston. — 6. Hamden, Conn., July 
15, 1896; Trinity Coll., A. B. 1920; Univ. of Pa., 
M. A. 1924; elk. 1913-15; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st 
It., overseas service ; foreign service training class of 
N. Y. bank 1920-21 ; research and editorial work 
1921-24 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and v. c. of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to Beirut 
Nov. 8, 1924 ; to Aleppo, temp.. Mar. 30, 1926 ; to Bei- 
rut Aug. 17, 1926 ; to Damascus Oct. 25, 1926 ; to 
Beirut Jan. 27, 1927 ; to the Dept. Apr. 2, 1928 ; class 
eight and cons. May 23, 1929 ; resigned Nov. 30, 
1930 ; app. divisional asst. at $5,600 in the Dept. of 
State Dec. 1, 1930; married. — NE. 

Allison, John Moore. — b. Holton, Kans., Apr. 7, 
1905 ; Univ. of Nebr., A. B. 1927 ; teacher of Eng. 
in Japanese sch. 1927-29 ; cml. work in China and 
Japan 1929-30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at Shanghai Apr. 28, 1930; v. c. at Kobe Oct. 20, 
1931 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Kobe Jan. 2, 1932 ; as lan- 
guage officer at Tokyo Jan. 15, 1932. 

Altaffer, Leland Charles. — h. West Unity, Ohio, Jan. 
12, 1896; high sch. grad.; Toledo Univ. 1917, 1919- 
20; Colgate Univ. 1921; U. S. Navy 1917-19; cml. 
employment 1922-25 ; newspaper reporter 1926-27 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Colombo July 2, 1927 ; 
at Rangoon Mar. 4, 1928; v. c. at Rangoon July 31, 
1929; at Madras June 25, 1932. 

Altaffer, Maurice Willard. — b. West Unity, Ohio, 
May 10, 1893 ; high sch. grad. ; U. S. Coast Guard 
Acad., Coll. of the City of New York, and extension 
courses at Columbia ; teacher in public sch. 1912-14, 
1916; cadet, U. S. Coast Guard, 1914-15; U. S. 
Navy 1917-19, It. (jg) ; shipping business 1920 ; elk. 



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in Am. Consulate General at Berlin 1921-22; in Am. 
Consulate at Stuttgart 1922-23 ; app. v. c. at Stutt- 
gart May 23, 1923 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three July 6, 1923 ; assigned to Stuttgart 
July 10, 1923; to Fraukfort-on-the-Main Sept. 6, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Aleppo Aug. 7, 1924 ; to Nogales May 26, 1926 ; 
to Agua Prieta, temp., Oct. 8, 1926 ; to Nogales Jan. 
15, 1927 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Nogales 
Aug. 24, 1927 ; class seven May 9, 1930 ; assigned to 
Dresden Jan. u, 1931 ; to Ziirich May 31. 1933 ; 
married. 

Alwin, Evelyn Virginia Louise. — b. New Ulm, 
Minn. : high seh. grad. : cml. employment 1924-29 ; 
app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Apr. 15, 
1929 ; at $1,620 Nov. 25, 1929 ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930. — PD. 

Anderson, Daniel Virden. — i. Dover, Del., Dec. 31, 
1908 ; Univ. of Va., B. A. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Rome June 15, 1931 ; v. c. at Rome Aug. 
25, 1931 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., 
v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned a.s v. c. at Rome Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 19, 1932 ; to Lisbon Dec. 22, 1932. 

Anderson, Edward, Jr. — 6. Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 
7, 1907 ; Univ. of Fla. and Univ. of the South ; Vander- 
bilt Univ., B. A. 1928 ; Tulane Univ. 1928-29 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. In the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned 
as V. c. at Nassau, temp., Jan. 7, 1930 : to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Apr. 19, 1930; to Port Said July 22, 1930; 
to Singapore Nov. 26, 1930. 

Anderson, Francis Maurice. — b. Providence, R. I., 
July 20, 1885 ; Brown Univ., A. B. 1907 ; N. Y. Univ., 
LL. B. 1912 ; mem. of bar of N. J. ; cotton mfg. 
1908-9 ; law practice 1913-16 ; settlement officer, 
trust company, 1916-18 ; counsel for telegraph and 
telephone company 1918 ; in War Dept. 1918-19 ; 
research asst. in int. and for. laws. Library of Cong., 
1919-20 ; lecturer on cml. law, Pace Inst., New York 
and Washington, 1916-23 ; lecturer on domes, and 
for. cml. law, Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., since 
1923 ; app. special asst. at $2,500 in the Dept. of 
State Sept. 1, 1920 ; law elk. at $2,000 Mar. 1, 1921 ; 
at $2,250 Sept. 16, 1922 ; at $2,500 Nov. 1, 1923 ; 
at $3,000 July 1, 1924; asst. to the solicitor at 
$3,200 Feb. 1, 1926; at $3,300 Nov. 1, 1927; at 
$3,400 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at .$3,500 July 1, 
1928; at $3,800 Oct. 1-, 1928; at $4,200 July 1, 
1930 ; at $4,400 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; asst. 
to the legal adviser July 1, 1931 ; counsel for U. S., 
U. S. -Egypt Arbitration (Salem Claim), Vienna, 1931; 
married. — LE. 

Anderson, Walter H.— 6. Rockford, 111., Sept. 6, 
1900 ; attended high sch. ; La Salle Extension Univ. 
two yrs. ; cml. work 1916-19 ; U. S. Army 1919-21 ; 
app. elk. at $900 in the Dopt. of State Mar. 8, 1921 ; 
at $1,000 Oct. 7, 1921; at $1,080 Sept. 1, 1922; at 
$1,140 Dec. 1, 1922; at $1,200 Dec. 30, 1922, effec- 
tive Jan 1, 1923; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,680 
July 1, 1925; at $1,740 Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,860 July 



1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 1, 1928; file elk., 
London Naval Conf., 1930; at $2,100 July 1, 1930; 
elk.. Int. Monetary and Economic Conf.. London, 
1933; married.— DCR. 

Andrews, George Davis, Jr. — h. Greenwood, Va., 
Aug. 30, 1902 ; McCallie Sch. and Phillips Andover ; 
Yale 1920-22 ; Univ. of Va., B. S. 1924 ; Oxford, A. B. 
1926 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Warsaw Mar. 13, 1928 ; 
as For. Ser. officer to the leg. at Habana Nov. 29, 
1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 20, 1930 ; assigned 
as 3d sec. at llabana Jan. 8, 1931 ; married. 

Angel, Herbert Edmund. — h. Roaaoke, Va., Apr. 12, 
1907 ; George Washington. A. B. 1930, M. A. 1932 ; 
grad. work, Johns Hopkins. 1932- ; publicity director 
1926-30 ; editorial work 1930-31 ; app. editorial asst. 
at $1,800 in the Dept. of State Jan. 20, 1932.— HA. 

Anthony, Nicholas, — b. Scotland Neck, N. C., July 
28, 1877 ; app. laborer in the Dept. of State Oct. 15, 
1917.— CC. 

Armour, Norman. — b. Brighton, England, of Am. 
parents, Oct. 14, 1887 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Princeton, 
A. B. 1909, A. M. 1915 ; Harvard, LL. B. 1913 ; mem. 
of bar of N. J. ; served in Am. Emb., Vienna, three 
months, 1912 ; in Am. Emb.,. Paris, eight months, 
1915-16 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or log. of 
class five May 17, 1916 ; assigned to Petrograd May 

22, 1916 ; class four Aug. 3, 1916 ; class three July 
13, 1917 ; assigned to Brussels Dec. 17, 1918 ; to The 
Hague June 14, 1920; class two June 28, 1920; 
assigned to Montevideo Aug. 3, 1921 ; to the Dept. 
Sept. 29, 1922 ; detailed as asst. to the under sec. of 
state Dec. 22, 1922-May 11, 1924 ; class one Jan. 

23, 1924 ; assigned to Rome Apr. 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; class two Feb. 

24, 1925 ; couns. of emb. at Tokyo June 25, 1925 ; 
class one Sept. 15. 1927 ; couns. of emb. at Paris 
Apr. 12, 1928 ; app. E E. and M.P. to Haiti July 25, 
1932 ; married. 

Armstrong, George Alexander. — b. Nyack, N. Y., 
Sept. 15, 18S7 ; Allen Stevenson Sch. grad. ; Princeton, 
A. B. 1909; in bonding house 1910-12; insur. com- 
pany 1912-10; insur. brokerage business 1916-17; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; employed by an Am. 
oil company in Australia and New Zealand 1919-23 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to Ziirich Nov. 8, 
1924 ; to Nice Oct. 29, 1928 ; also to Monaco Nov. 9, 
1928 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Nice and 
Monaco May 23, 1929; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Aug. 
16, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Warsaw Jan. 31, 
1931 ; class seven July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Armstrong, Lawrence Sheppard. — b. Penn Yan, 
N. Y., July 6, 1895 ; Penn Yan Acad. ; Hoosac Sch. 
grad. ; Sillig Sch., Switzerland ; Williams Coll., A. B 
1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-20 ; bank elk. 1919 ; elk. in 
mfg. company 1920-23 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Oct. 6, 1923 ; assigned to Liver- 
pool Nov. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 



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1924 ; assigned to Messina Sept. 7, 1926 ; to Naples 
Feb. 28, 1928 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to 
Naples May 2.3. 1929 ; to Lisbon Apr. 10, 1930 ; 
class seven Feb. 27, 1931 ; married. 

Arnold, Julean. — b. Sacramento, Calif., July 19, 
1876; Univ. of Calif.; St. Johns Univ., Shanghai; 
cashier, bookkeeper, and teacher in public sch. three 
yrs. ; app., after exam., student interpreter in China 
July 18, 1902 ; v. and dep. cons, at Dalny Feb. 4, 
1904 ; dep. cons. gen. at Shanghai July 13, 1904 ; 
V. and dep. cons, at Foochow Mar. 7, 1906 ; assigned 
to duty in Am. Consulate General at Shanghai May 5, 
1906 ; app. cons, at Tansui June 22, 190G ; at Amoy 
May 1, 1908 ; at Chefoo Mar. 8, 1912 ; cons. gen. at 
Hankow July 29, 1914 ; resigned Sept. 23, 1914 ; app. 
eml. att., Dept. of Com., Sept. 25, 1914, and desig- 
nated for duty at Am. Leg. at Peiping Oct. 12, 1914 ; 
field representative. Am. Red Cross in China 1918-19 ; 
hon. high adviser, Chinese Red Cross, 192.5 ; del., 
China Tariff Revision Commn., Shanghai, 1918, 1922, 
lfi26 ; married. 

Asbjornson, Mildred J. — 6. Ivanhoe, Minn. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Minn. 
1927 ; stenog. 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Oct. 14, 1931.— SS. 

Atcheson, George, Jr. — h. Denver, Colo., Oct. 20, 
1896; Univ. of Calif., A. B. 1919; nev?spaper and 
magazine work 1915-20 ; instructor, TI. S Sch. of 
Mil. Aeronautics seven months ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; 
app., after exam., student interpreter in China Aug. 
27, 1920 ; app. v. c. and Interpreter at Changsha Mar. 
31, 1923 ; cons. asst. Feb. 28, 1924 ; detailed to the 
Dept. Mar. 7, 1924 ; app. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned as v. c. at North Bay Feb. 
26, 1926 ; at Tientsin Apr. 13, 1927 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Tientsin May 17, 1928 ; to 
Foochow, temp., Aug. 25, 1928 ; to Tientsin Feb. 9, 
1929 ; class seven July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Atherton, Morgan, — &. Davenport, Iowa, Aug. 7, 
1904 ; attended high sch. ; elk., salesman, and book- 
keeper 1918-28 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at San Salvador Feb. 1, 1928; v. c. at San Salvador 
July 9, 1930 ; married. 

Atherton, Ray. — b. Brookline, Mass., Mar. 28, 1883 ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1905 ; studied architecture in Paris 
four yrs. ; Mass. volunteer militia three yrs. ; bank- 
ing 1907-8; in architect's office 1914-16; app., after 
exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Aug. 23, 1917 ; 
assigned to Tokyo Sept. 6, 1917 ; class three Mar. 14, 
1919; assigned to Peking July 30, 1919; on detail 
with Philippine Commn. Apr.-Oct. 1921 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Mar. 1, 1922 ; class two Sept. 22, 1922 ; 
assigned to Athens Mar. 20, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class four July 1, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. July 
17, 1924 ; class three Sept. 20, 1924 ; assigned as 1st 
sec. at London Oct. 9, 1924 ; class two Aug. 24, 1927 ; 
couns. of emb. at London 3ept. 26, 1927; class one 
Oct. 16, 1929; adviser, London Naval Conf., 1930; 
married. 

Atterberry, Phil Kussell. — b. Atlanta, Mo., Feb. 20, 
1908 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; George 
Washington Univ. 1928- ; app. elk. at $1,.320 in the 



Dept. of State Jan. 3, 1927; at $1,380 Nov. 1, 1927; 
at $1,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 Aug. 
1. 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Oct. 1, 
1930. — DCR. 

Atwood, Franklin Bailey. — b. Nantuckot, Mass., 
Jan. 20, 1900 ; attended high sch. ; Mass. Nautical 
Sch., grad. 1917 ; ficole de Commerce de Lausanne, 
Switzerland, 1923-24 ; Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland, 
summer 1923 ; officer, U. S. merchant marine, 1917- 
23 ; owner and dir., sch. of languages, Switzerland, 
1923-24 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Plymouth 
Feb. 5, 1924 ; v. c. at Plymouth July 21, 1924 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Apr. 27, 1927 ; assigned to Plymouth May 9, 
1927 ; to Belfast July 2, 1929 ; class eight, cons., and 
assigned to Belfast Feb. 4, 1931 ; to Santiago, Chile, 
Sept. 8, 1931 ; married. 

Axton, Matilda Fannie. — b. Salt Lake City, Utah ; 
Middlehury Coll., A. B. 1923 ; grad. work, American 
Univ., 1928-29 : app. editorial asst. at $1,500 in the 
Dept. of State Apr. 1, 1926 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1927 ; 
at $1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,000 Aug. 1, 
1928; at $2,200 July 1, 1930; at $2,300 Nov. 11, 
1931.— HA. 

Ayres, Wilbur Carter, — b. Manassas, Va., Aug. 28, 
1907 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
1928-29 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., grad. 1933 ; 
elk. 1926-27 ; in Gen. Accounting Office 1927-30 ; app. 
elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Mar. 19, 1930; 
at $1,680 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Dec. 8, 1930; at 
$2,000 Dec. 11, 1931.— BA. 

Bachelder, Leonard A. — b. Salem, Mass., Mar. 5, 
1855 ; business in Auckland since 1891 ; v. c. at Zanzi- 
bar 1880-83 ; act. v. c. at Aden 1886-87 ; app. v. c. 
at Auckland Oct. 10, 1891 ; v. cons. gen. July 15, 
1903 ; V. c. at Auckland Feb. 6, 1915. 

Bacon, John Kenly. — b. Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 24, 
1903 ; Phillips Andover grad. ; Yale, B. A. 1925 ; cml. 
work 1925-27 ; treas. of corp. 1927-30 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. 
at St. John, N. B., Jan. 5, 1931 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Aug. 8, 1931 ; to Callao-Lima Dec. 10, 1931 ; married. 

Bagby, Nettie Neale. — b. Staunton, Va. ; high sch. 
and busine.s.s sell. grad. ; sec. and bookkeeper three 
yr.s. ; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the Dept. of State 
Jan. 11, 1915 ; permanently, at $1,000 under Ex. 
order June 22. 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,200 Aug. 
23, 1917 ; at $1,400 May 1, 1920 ; at $1,680 July 1, 
1924; at $1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 
July 1, 1928 ; stenog.. Red Cross and Prisoners of 
War Conf., Geneva, 1929 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930 ; 
at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; at $2,000 
Oct. 1, 1930.— WE. 

Bailey, John William, Jr. — b. Bonham, Tex., Apr. 
20, 1894 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Univ. of 
Tex. 1916-17, 1919-20; Univ. of Besangon, France, 
1919 ; transportation agt. for oil company, Mexico, 
1013-14 ; postal elk. 1915 ; sec. to prof., Tex. Agric. 



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and Mech. Coll., 1915-16; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d 
It., overseas service ; canteen sec. overseas 1920-21 ; 
ranching and real estate business, Mexico, 1921-24 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Geneva Mar. 1924 ; 
v. c. at Geneva Oct. 17, 1924 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. oflBcer unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned 
to Geneva Aug. 3, 1925 ; to Lausanne, temp., Oct. 5, 
1925 ; to Geneva Oct. 19, 1925 ; to Loanda Mar. 11, 
1926 ; to Prague Jan. 24, 1929 ; class eight, cons., and 
assigned to Prague Dec. 19, 1929 ; class seven July 1. 
1931 ; to Rosario Feb. 3, 1932 ; to Buenos Aires Dec. 
16, 1032. 

Bailey, Waldo Emerson. — b. Winona, Miss., Nov. 16, 
1896 ; Castle Heights Acad. grad. ; Millsaps Coll. 
1915-16; Miss. Agric. and Mech. Coll., B.S. 1920; 
Kans. State Teachers Coll. 1924 ; grad. work, Vander- 
bilt, 1927 ; George Peabody Coll. for Teachers, Nash- 
ville, Tenn., M.A. 1928; U. S. Marine Corps 1918-19, 
overseas service ; asst. principal of high sch. 1919-20 ; 
field representative for various organizations 1920- 
23 ; elk.. Am. Consulate, Karachi, and Am. Consulate 
General, Calcutta, 1923-24 ; teacher of Eng. in 
Porto Rico 1925 ; platform supt., Chautauqua circuit, 
1925 ; assoc. editor and asst. mgr. of daily news- 
paper 1925-26 ; app. v. c. at Rosario Feb. 6, 1926 ; 
resigned Jan. 30, 1927 ; teacher of hist.. Middle State 
Teachers Coll., 1928 ; app. v. c. at MazatlSn July 
26, 1928 ; app., after exam., For Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 8, 
1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Montevideo Apr. 3, 1930 ; 
at Progreso Jan. 20, 1932. 

Baillie, Hannah Wallace. — ft. Edinburgh, Scotland ; 
naturalized ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
stenog.. Veterans' Bu., 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State May 17, 1930; at $1,620 June 1, 
1930.— 8S. 

Bain, Wendell H. — 6. West Grove, Iowa, June 14, 
1908 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; George 
Washington Univ. 1929- ; stenog. 1926 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Jan. 12, 1927 ; at $1,380 
Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $1,620 Aug. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at 
$1,800 Nov. 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Baker, Emma Louise (Mrs.) — b. Washington, D. C. ; 
attended high sch. ; telephone operator and super- 
visor 1906-17 ; telephone operator. War Dept., 1917- 
18 ; marinette, U. S. Marine Corps, 1918-19 ; app. 
telephone operator at $1,260, temp., in the Dept. of 
State Aug. 1, 1927 ; permanently Feb. 8, 1928 ; at 
$1,380 July 1, 1928 (W^elch Act) ; at $1,440 July 1, 
1928; at $1,500 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Baker, Joseph Richardson. — 6. New Hartford, N. Y., 
Fob. 11, 1872 ; Hamilton Coll., A. B. 1893 ; mem. of 
bar of N. Y. ; law elk., Commn. to Five Civilized 
Tribes, Dept. of Interior, 1902-3 ; elk.. Post Office 
Dept., 1903-6; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of 
State July 31, 1906, effective Aug. 6; at $1,400 July 
1, 1908 ; at $1,600 June 1, 1909 ; special agt. of the 
Dept. of State and v. and dep. cons., Apia, Samoa, 
Apr.-Aug. 1911; elk. at $1,800 Nov. 20, 1911; law 
elk. at $2,500 Dec. 1, 1913; asst. solicitor June 22, 



1916, effective July 1 ; at $3,000 Aug. 1, 1916 ; agt. 
of the Dept. of State in Panama 1917 ; asst. to the 
solicitor at $4,000 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 
1920; drafting officer July 1, 1920; at $4,500 June 
17, 1921, effective July 1 ; mem., U. S-Panama Commn. 
1924 ; at $5,200 July 1, 1924 ; U. S. commr. on Gen. 
Claims Commn., U. S. and Mexico, 1924-25; at 
$5,600 May 1, 1925 ; at $7,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; del.. Int. Commn. for Air Navigation, Paris, 
1929 ; tech. adviser. Red Cross and Prisoners of War 
Conf., Geneva. 1929 ; agt. in Germany of Dept. of 
State 1929 ; asst. to the legal adviser July 1, 1931 ; 
U. S. commr. on Claims Commn., U. S. and Panama, 
1932 ; married.— LE. 

Baker, Milton. — ft. Washington, D. C, May 3, 1898 ; 
U. S. Army 1916-19 ; laborer. Office of Public Bldgs. 
and Grounds, 1924-25 ; app. laborer in the Dept. of 
State Aug. 12, 1925.— MA. 

Baker, Roy William.— 6. Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 11, 
1883; Lafayette Coll., A. B. 1906; elk. 1906-7; art 
student and artist 190S-9 ; editorial work on news- 
papers and Committee on Public Information 1910- 
18; app. V. c. at Edinburgh Feb. 15, 1919; at Hull 
Apr. 17, 1920 ; at Barcelona Aug. 26, 1921 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and assigned to Barcelona Apr. 9, 1925 ; to MSlaga, 
temp., July 27, 1926 ; to Barcelona Sept. 28, 1926 ; 
to London Mar. 30, 1929 ; class eight, cons., and 
assigned to London July 24, 1930 ; to Bristol Jan. 8, 
1931 ; married. 

Balch, Henry Hezekiah. — 6. near Madison, Ala., 
Jan. 6, 1877; Ala. State Normal Coll., grad. 1899; 
principal of public sch. 1899-1901 ; teacher and prin- 
cipal, vocational high sch., Philippine Is., 1901-12 ; 
app., after exam., cons, at St. Stephen June 22, 1914 ; 
cons, of class nine by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class eight June 8, 1915, and assigned to Yarmouth ; 
class seven Oct. 27, 1916, and assigned to Asunci6n ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; de- 
tailed to the Dept. Jan. 12, 1921 ; assigned to Ade- 
laide Feb. 10, 1921 ; class four Nov. 19, 1921 ; For, 
Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Monterrey Feb. 27, 1928; class four Dec. 19, 1929; 
cons. gen. Dec. 20, 1930 ; assigned to Dublin Jan. 12, 
1931 ; married. 

Baldwin, Frederick W. — b. Ansonia, Conn., Aug. 1, 
1885 ; attended sch. in Italy, England, and Switzer- 
land ; private tutors ; Ansonia Normal Sch, one yr. ; 
Long Island Coll. Hospital 1906-8; Univ. of Rome 
1909 ; bank elk. 1909-13 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Florence Oct. 1, 1916; v. c. at Florence Oct. 1, 
1920 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three 
June 13, 1924 ; assigned to Florence June 23, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Lausanne Sept. 5, 1925 ; class eight, cons., and as- 
signed to Lausanne May 17, 1928; to Barbados July 
28, 1932; married. 

Baldwin, LaVeme. — 6. Cortland, N. Y., Aug. 2, 
1899 ; Cortland Normal Sch. 1918 ; Cornell, A. B. 
1925, M. A. 1926 ; teacher in acad. 1918-22 ; asst. in 
Romance languages, Cornell, 1925-26 ; app. elk. in 



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Am. Consulate General at Ottawa May 1926 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Apr. 27, 1927 ; assigned to Ottawa May 9, 
1927 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 21, 1928 ; assigned 
as 3d sec. at Ottawa, temp., June 30, 1928 ; as v. c. 
at Ottawa Aug. 11, 1928 ; at Santa Marta July 27, 
1929; to the Dept. July 20, 1931.— WE. 

Bales, William L. (1st Lt.) — b. London, Ky., Nov. 9, 
1S93 ; entered U. S. Marine Corps May 21, 1917 ; as- 
signed as language officer at Peiping Jan. 7, 1933 ; 
married. 

Ball, Alice Morton. — b. Washington, D. C. ; George 
Washington, A. B. 1930 ; Newspaper Inst, of America, 
certificate 1933 ; librarian 1905-10 ; statistical elk., 
Cong. Bonding Commn. and Tariff Bd., 1910-11 ; sec- 
retary 1912 ; Carnegie Endowment for International 
Peace, editoiial asst. 1912-23, editor of publications 
1923-25 ; lecturer on editing, George Washington 
Univ. 1928-30 ; app. asst. editor at $2,400 in the Dept. 
of State July 1, 1925 ; at $2,500 May 6, 1926 ; editor 
of publications and admin, asst. at $3,000 Nov. 1, 
1927; at $3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $3,300 
July 1, 1928 ; designated, Sept. 26, 1929, to represent 
the Dept. on the committee to revise the Style Manual 
of the Govt. Printing Office ; asst. to the historical 
adviser Dec. 7, 1929 ; at $3,800 Fob. 1, 1930 ; as- 
signed as editor. Am. Agency, Mixed Claims Commn., 
U. S. and Germany, 1930-31 ; chief, special docu- 
ments section, Oct. 1, 1931. — HA. 

Ballantine, Joseph William. — 6. Ahmednagar, India, 
of Am. parents, July 30, 1888 ; Amherst, A. B. 1909 ; 
app., after exam., student interpreter in Japan June 
2, 1909 ; detailed for duty at Am. Consulate at Kobe 
July 25, 1911 ; app. interpreter at Kobe Aug. 31, 
1911 ; also dep. cons. Dec. 18, 1911 ; dep. cons. gen. 
and interpreter at Yokohama June 11, 1912; v. and 
dep. cons, and interpreter at Tansui Nov. 6, 1912 ; 
dep. cons. gen. and interpreter at Yokohama Oct. 7, 
1913 ; V. and dep. cons. gen. at Yokohama June 25, 
1914 ; asst. Japanese sec. at Tokyo Aug. 1, 1914 ; 
Japanese sec. at Tokyo Aug. 15, 1917 ; app. cons, of 
class five July 6, 1921, and assigned to Dairen ; de- 
tailed to Yokohama Oct. 17, 1923 ; to Tokyo Dec. 13, 
1923; class four Dec. 19, 1923; For. Ser. officer of 
class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Dec. 17, 1925 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Feb. 14, 1928 ; sec, London 
Naval Conf., 1930 ; cons. gen. June 4, 1930 ; assigned 
to Canton June 10, 1930 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; 
aiarried. 

Banash, Sydney Henry. — 5. Boston, Mass., May 12, 
1888 ; attended high sch. ; with business firm in 
Argentina 1904-18 ; elk. in Am. Consulate General at 
Buenos Aires 1918-19 ; app. v. c. at Buenos Aires 
Sept. 2, 1921 ; married. 

Bankhead, Henry M. — b. in Ala., Dec. 19, 1876 ; 
Univ. of Ala. ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1898 ; U. S. Vol- 
unteers, capt., 1898 ; U. S. Army 1899-1922, It. col. ; 
real estate business since 1922 ; app. cml. att. at 
Ottawa June 20, 1933 ; married. 

Barbour, Walworth. — b. Cambridge, Mass., June 4, 
1908 : Phillips Exi'tor grad. ; Harvard. A. 15. 19:50 ; 

171194—33 9 



app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at Naples June 
11, 1931 ; V. c. at Naples Aug. 18, 1931 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned 
as V. c. at Naples Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Aug. 19, 1932; to Hong Kong Dec. 22, 1932 (can- 
celed) ; to Athens Feb. 3, 1933. 

Barger, Ealph H. — 5. Walnut, Miss., July 24, 1898 ; 
high sch. grad. ; Miss. Coll. 1918 ; Y.M.C.A. Sch. of 
Accountancy, 1926-29 ; U. S. Army 1918 ; elk. in War 
Dept. 1924-27, in Dept. of Labor 1927-30 ; app. elk. 
at $2,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1930 ; mar- 
ried.— BA. 

Barker, Clifford Oman. — b. Newport, R. I., Sept. 24, 
1904 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
1926, Law Sch. 1931-32 ; app. elk. at $900 in the 
Dept. of State July 23, 1923 ; at $1,000 Nov. 1, 1923 ; 
at $1,100 May 31, 1924, effective June 1 ; at $1,380 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,680 Mar. 1, 1926 ; at $1,800 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $1,860 July 1, 1928; at 
$1,980 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Barnes, Charles Maurice. — b. Winchester, Va., Feb. 
14, 1879 ; Washington and Lee Univ. 1897-99, 1903-4 ; 
George Washington, A. B. 1910, LL. B. 1921, LL. M. 
1922 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; principal of public 
sch. 1899-1900 ; instructor in hist, and languages, 
prep, sch., 1900-1903, 1904-7 ; special agt., Bu. of 
Labor, Dept. of Com. and Labor, 1907-8, and U. S. 
Immigration Commn. 1909 ; elk.. Census Bu., 1909- 
12 ; app. elk. at $1,600 in the Dept. of State Jan. 5, 
1912 ; reapp. under Ex. order Aug. 24, 1912 ; at $1,800 
June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; special asst. at 
$2,500 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920 ; drafting 
officer July 1, 1920 ; asst. solicitor at $3,000 July 19, 
1920; drafting officer at $3,500 Dec. 30, 1922, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, 1923 ; at $3,800 July 1, 1924 ; at $4,200 
May 1, 1925 ; at $4,600 Feb. 1, 1926 ; at $4,800 Nov. 
1, 1927; counsel for U. S. before Int. Joint Commn., 
U. S. and Canada, 1923-27 ; chief. Treaty Division, 
Apr. 21, 1928; at $5,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $6,500 Oct. 1, 1928 ; del.. Int. Conf. on Safety 
of Life at Sea, London, 1929 ; tech. adviser. Fourth 
Pan American Cml. Conf., Washington, 1931. — TD. 

ttBarnes, Frank W. — b. Little Rock, Ark., May 7, 
1907 ; attended high sch. in U. S. and France ; Univ. 
of Calif. 1925-26; Sorbonne, licence ^s lettres 1928; 
L'ficole Libre des Sciences Politiques, D. E. S. 1929; 
journalist 1927-30; asst. instructor in Eng., Sor- 
bonne, 1928-29 ; app. v. c. at Bucharest Sept. 24, 
1930 ; at Sofia June 5, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Sofia 
Jan. 2, 1932 ; resigned May 18, 1932 ; married. 

Barnes, Maynard Bertram. — b. Le Roy, Minn., June 
28, 1897 ; Grinnell Coll., A. B. 1919 ; app. v. e. at 
Patras, Greece, Aug. 26, 1919 ; app., after exam., v. 
c. of career of class three May 25, 1921 ; assigned 
to Patras June 11, 1921; to Smyrna Oct. 18, 1921; 
class two May 26, 1922 ; detailed to Am. High 
Commn., Constantinople, Dec. 6, 1922 ; class one 
Feb. 23, 1923 ; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
detailed to Lausanne Conf. 1923 ; as del. of Am. High 



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Commr. to Turkey, Angora, 1923; For. Ser. officer 
of class eight July 1, 1924 ; class seven Aug. 8, 
1924 ; assigned to St. Gall Nov. 17, 1924 ; to Berlin 
Mar. 23, 1925; to the Dept. May 17, 1926; class six 
Aug. 24, 1927 ; class five Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned as 
cons, and 2d sec. at Sofia Mar. 22, 1930 ; class four 
July 1, 1931 ; relieved of duties as cons, at Sofia May 
5, 1932 ; maiTied. 

Barnett, G. J.—b. Rumford Falls, Me., June 22, 
1906 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; Washing- 
tun Coll. of Law, LL.B. 1933 ; elk. 1926-28, 1931 ; sec- 
retary 1929-30 ; stenog., Dept. of Labor, 1930 ; app. 
elk. at ?1,440 in the Dept. of State Mar. 23, 1931 ; at 
§1,620 July 1, 1931.— FA. 

Barnhart, Eva Sylvia. — h. Washington, D. C. ; busi- 
ness high sch. grad. ; attended George Washington 
Univ. and New York City Coll. ; stenog., Govt, depts., 
1914-19, 1922 ; employed by publishing firm, author, 
and editor 1920-21; elk., Dept. of State, 1923-26; 
app. elk. at $1,620 in the N. Y. Passport Agency 
Sept. 1, 1926; at $1,680 Jan. 1, 1927; at $1,800 
July 1, 1928; at $1,860 May 1, 1930. 

Barny, Frederick Sutton. — ft. Baghdad, Iraq, of Am. 
parents. Mar. 13, 1900; Rutgers, Litt. B. 1923; S. A. 
T. C. 1918 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Liverpool 
July 9, 1924 ; v. c. at Dublin Mar. 25, 1927 ; at Fort 
Said Aug. 27, 1931. 

Barringer, George Hannah. — b. Davidson, N. C, 
July 1, 1889 ; attended private sch. ; Univ. of Va. 
1906-7 ; Columbia Univ., summer 1915 ; elk. in U. S. 
and dept. mgr. for importing firm in Japan 1912-17 ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; O. R. C. ; app. v. c. at 
Belfast July 8, 1919 ; at Campbellton Apr. 26, 1924 ; 

1924 ; at Quebec Oct. 20, 1926 ; 

1929 ; at Dublin June 24, 1931 ; 






at St. John's May 28 
at Yarmouth Mar. 26 
married. 



Barron, Bryton. — &. Doone, Iowa, Dec. 6, 1898 ; 
Sioux Falls Coll., A. B. ; Rhodes scholar, Oxford, 
diploma in economics and political science 1922, B. 
Litt. 1923 ; newspaper editor 1918-19 ; editorial 
writer 1923-25 ; teacher in high sch., Philippine Is., 
1925 ; editor and chief of Division of Publications, 
Philippine Bu. of Education, 1926-28 ; author of text- 
books on Eng. composition ; instructor at Sioux Falls 
Coll. 1929 ; app. asst. editor at $2,600 in the Dept. of 
State July 11, 1929; chief of publishing section, 
Dec. 7, 1929; at $3,200 February 1, 1930; at $3,400 
July 1, 1930; married.— HA. 

Barry, Grace W. (Mrs.) — b. Bering, Mo. ; Univ. of 
Minn., B. S. 1929, grad. work 1929-30; teacher in 
high sch. 1914-20; cataloguer in library 1926-30; 
app. library asst. at $2,000 in the Dept. of State July 
1, 1930.— HA. 

Barry, John Robert. — h. Boston, Mass., Dec. 14, 
1877 ; private tutors ; attended business sch. and 
Tufts Coll. ; McGill Univ., Montreal, 1918-19 ; photog- 
rapher 1891-1912 ; salesman 1912-15 ; stenog. 1915- 
17, in War Dept. 1917-18 ; elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Montreal Aug. 2, 1918 ; app. v. c. at Mon- 



treal May 3, 1919; at Campbellton, temp., Oct. 
1922 ; at Montreal Jan. 8, 1923 ; married. 

Barton, John Louis. — 6. Brown Co., Wis., May 28, 
1893 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; St. 
Stanislaws Coll. 1909-10; elk. 1912-13; cml. em- 
ployment 1913-14, 1916-17; elk.. Navy Dept., 1917- 
22 ; app. elk. at $1,000 in the Chicago I'assport Agency 
of the Dept. of State June 27, 1922 ; at $1,680 Aug. 
1, 1924; asst. passport agt. at $2,100 Oct. 1, 1925; 
at $2,200 Nov. 1, 1926; at $2,300 July 1, 1927; at 
$2,500 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,600 May 1, 1930 ; married. 

Bassel, Cornelia Bruen. — &. Clarksburg, W. Va. ; 
attended private sch. ; Wilson Coll. one yr. ; elk., 
Govt, depts., 1918-25; app. elk. at $1,560 in the 
Dept. of State Feb. 28, 1925, effective Mar. 1 ; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 Oct. 
1, 1928 ; asst. to the chief instructor of the For. Ser. 
Sch. at $2,000 Oct. 1, 1929; at $2,200 July 1, 1930; 
at $2,300 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; asst. to the 
director of the For. Ser. Officers' Training Sch. July 
1. 1931.— FSS. 

Bassett, Jane Bartholomew. — ft. New Britain, 
Conn. ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; Wash- 
ington Coll. of Law and George Washington Univ. ; 
stenog. 1893-1904 ; elk. in Navy Dept. 1907-10 ; with 
Tariff Bd. 1910-12; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. 
of State Mar. 29, 1912; at $1,000 Dec. 1, 1913; at 
$1,200 May 1, 1916; at $1,400 June 22, 1916, effec- 
tive July 1 ; at $1,600 Aug. 1, 1918 ; at $1,860 July 
1, 1924 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$2,100 July 1, 1928; at $2,300 July 1, 1930.— EE. 

Baugus, John Elmer. — ft. Lobelville, Tenn., Oct. 7, 
1889 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; South- 
western Univ. 1915-17 ; LaSalle Extension Univ., 
grad. 1929; asst. bookkeeper 1911-15; U. S. Army 
1918-19, overseas service ; asst. cashier 1919-22 ; elk., 
Gen. Accountmg Office, 1922-30; app. elk. at $2,000 
in the Dept. of State May 13, 1930; at $2,100 July 
1, 1930; at $2,200 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act); 
married. — BA. 

Baxley, Louise Italia. — b. Douglasville, Ga. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; George Washing- 
ton Univ. 1926-28, 1930-32 ; stenog. 1919-20, 1922- 
24 ; in Gov. depts. 1920, 1924-27 ; app. elk. at $1,320 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 1. 1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 1928; at $1,620 
May 1, 1929; at $1,740 July 1, 1930.— FA. 

Bay, Charles Alexander. — ft. Columbus, Ohio, June 
7, 1886 ; Ohio State Univ. one yr. ; Sorbonne five 
months ; stenog, 1905-7 ; passenger agt. 1910-18 ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 1st It. ; with Fuel Admin, in 
Pittsburgh 1920 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three Sept. 7, 1920 ; assigned to Dublin Oct. 
18, 1920; class two May 26, 1922; assigned to Casa- 
blanca Oct. 12, 1922 ; class one Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned 
to Port au Prince Mar. 30, 1923 ; to Tampico May 
22, 1924; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924; 
class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; cons. Mar. 3, 1925 ; as- 
signed to Tampico Sept. 14, 1925 ; to Corinto May 7, 
1926; to Tientsin Nov. 9, 1926; sec. in the Diplo. 



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Ser. and assigned as cons, and 3d sec. at Bangkok 
Nov. 11, 1927 ; class seven May 17, 1928 ; assigned 
as 3d sec. at Bucharest Sept. 23, 1929 ; 2d sec. Oct. 

19, 1929 ; class six Dec. 19, 1920 ; assigned to Tirana 
Sept. 15, 1930 ; to Rome Nov. 5, 1932 ; married. 

Beach, Arthur Eugene. — b. Washington, D. C, Mar. 

24, 1907 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington, A. B. 
1930, grad. work 1930-33 ; student asst., George 
Washington Univ., 1931-32; elk.. Govt, depts., 1924- 
27 ; app. archive asst. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State 
July 20. 1927; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $1,500 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 Jan. 1, 1929; at 
$1,920 July 1, 1930; at $2,000 Aug. 1, 19.30; asst. 
sec. Provisional Committee for a National Archives, 
1930 ; married. — HA. 

Beach, Frances Marion. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; stenug. and sec. 
1920-31 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the N. Y. Passport 
Agency of the Dept. of State Apr. 1, 1931 ; at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Oct. 12, 1931.— SS. 

Beach, William Hall. — 5. Concord Wbarf, Va., May 

20. 1893; Univ. of Va., B. A. 1916; Harvard, A. M. 
1917 ; Univ. of Grenoble, France, summer 1920 ; Univ. 
of Va.. summer 1921 ; Middlebury French Sch., sum- 
mers 1922 and 1923 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; instruc- 
tor, prep, sch., 1919-24; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; 
assigned to Bombay Nov. 8, 1924 ; class eight, cons., 
and assigned to Bombay Oct. 16, 1929 ; to Antwerp 
Sept. 18, 1931 ; married. 

Beam, Jacob Byneley. — b. Princeton, N. J., Mar. 24, 
1908 ; Kent Sch. grad. ; Princeton, B. A. 1929 ; Cam- 
bridge Univ., England, 1929-30 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Geneva June 2, 1931 ; v. c. at Geneva 
July 14, 1931; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 17. 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Geneva Jan. 2, 1932 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 29, 1932 ; to Geneva Mar. 
30, 1933. 

Beaulac, Willard Leon. — 6. Pawtucket, R. I., July 

25, 1899 ; Brown Univ. two yrs. ; Georgetown Sch. of 
For. Ser., B. F. S. 1921 ; George Washington Univ., 
summer 1921 ; U. S. Navy 1918-19 ; elk., Bu. of 
Internal Revenue, 1921 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned to 
Tampico Dec. 14, 1921 ; class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; 
assigned to Puerto Castilla May 12, 1923 ; class one 
Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
class eight and cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Arica 
Mar. 9, 1925 ; sec. of Am. del. and asst. sec. gon. of 
Plebiscitary Commn., Tacna-Arica Arbitration, 1926 ; 
class seven June 8, 1927 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Oct. 
5, 1927 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Port au Prince Oct. 
12, 1927 ; to the Dept. Apr. 13, 1928 ; as 2d sec. at 
Managua Dec. 10, 1928 ; class six May 23, 1929 ; class 
five July 1. 1931 ; assigned as 2d sec. at San Salvador 
Jan. 12, 1933 ; to the Dept. Apr. 20, 1933.— LA. 

Beiumont, Adam. — 6. England, Jan. 24, 1890; Am. 
citizen : attended high sch. and business sch. ; Boston 
Univ. 1914-16 ; corr. courses, Universal Inst., New 
York City; elk. 1917-18, in War Dept. 191S ; app. 



elk. in the Diplo. Ser. Nov. 4, 1918 ; assigned to the 
leg. at Port au Prince Jan. 25, 1919 ; resigned July 
31, 1920 ; conducted shopping bureau 1920-21 ; ac- 
countant 1921-22 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Saloniki Apr. 1922 ; v. c. at Saloniki Aug. 25, 1922 ; 
at Patras Sept. 11, 1923; at Saloniki Sept. 22, 1923; 
at Naples Dec. 5, 1924 ; at Riviere du Loup June 30, 
1930 ; at Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 6, 1930 ; married. 

Bechtold, Leonice Keegin (Mrs.) — b. Washington, 
D. C. ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; stenog. 
1922-25 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Oct. 
16, 1925; at $1,380 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,440 Nov. 1, 
1927 ; at $1,500 Dec. 1, 1927 ; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 ; at $1,800 
July 1, 1930.— FA. 

Beck, Goldie R. — b. Delta, Colo. ; attended high 
sch. and business sch. ; Berlitz Sch. of Languages 
1928; bookkeeper 1923-24; stenog. 1924-25; app. 
elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State Jan. 11, 1926: 
at $1,320 Nov. 1, 1926; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $1,500 Sept. 1, 1928 ; at $1,560 
July 1, 1930.— VD. 

Beck, Henry Abraham Winchester. — b. Indianapolis. 
Ind., Jan. 22, 1903 ; Phillips Andover ; Harvard, A. B. 
1925 ; George Washington Law Sch. 1925-26 ; app.. 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. May 28, 1926 ; 
V. c. of career June 15, 1926 ; assigned to Geneva, 
temp., Apr. 22, 1927 ; to Athens June 16, 1927 ; to 
Alexandria Aug. 80, 1929 ; to Hankow Mar. 5, 1932. 

Beck, William Hopkins, — b. Washington, D. C. 
Sept. 8, 1892 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
sec, to mem. of Cong, one and one-half yrs. ; Inst. 
of Industrial Research three and one-half yrs. ; Nat. 
Geographic Society two yrs. ; U. S. Army 1917-20, 
overseas service ; capt., O. R. C. ; detailed to Am. 
Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; app. special 
asst. at $2,500 in the Dept. of State Jan. 13, 1920 ; 
private sec. to the sec. of state June 1, 1920 ; draft- 
ing officer at $3,000 Nov. 1, 1920 ; detailed to accom- 
pany the sec. of state on mission to South America 
1920 and to Rio de Janeiro 1922 ; at $3,500 July 16, 
1923; asst. to the sec. of state at $3,800 Feb. 1, 
1926; at $4,200 Feb. 2, 1926; at $4,600 Apr. 1, 1926; 
at $5,000 Feb. 1, 1927 ; at $5,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; detailed to accompany the sec. of state on mis- 
sion for signature of Pact for Renunciation of War, 
Paris. 1928 ; at $8,000 Dec. 1, 1929 ; sec, London 
Naval Conf., 1930 ; resigned Dec. 28, 1931 ; app. For. 
Ser. officer of class three, cons, gen., and sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as cons. gen. at 
Ottawa Dec. 30, 1931 ; married. 

Becker, Clayton S. — h. Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 29, 
1882 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; teleg- 
rapher 1905-15 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of 
State Oct. 4, 1915 ; at $1,200 June 22, 1916, effective 
July 1 ; at $1,400 Dec. 13, 1917 ; at $1,600 May 1, 
1920 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; 
at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; code elk., London 
Naval Conf., 1930; at $2,300 July 1, 1930; elk., 1st 
stage. Gen. Disarmament Conf., Geneva, 1932 ; mar- 
ried. — DCR. 



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Beckert, Agnes H. (Mrs.) — 6. Washington, D. C. ; 
business high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
1922-23 ; stenog. and booklteeper 1922-24 ; in Dept. 
of Interior 1924-25; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. 
of State Feb. 16, 1925; at $1,380 Doc. 1, 1925; at 
$1,440 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,500 Sept. 1, 1927; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 Apr. 1, 
1929; at $1,920 July 1, 1930; at $2,000 Nov. 24, 
1930.— BA. 

Beckley, Robbin. — 1>. Lead City, S. Dak. ; high sch. 
grad. ; telephone operator 1927 ; stenog. and book- 
keeper 1930; app. elk., temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. 
of State Jan. 16, 1931 ; permanently Apr. 22, 1931.— 
DCR. 

Beitz, William Edward. — 6. North Tonawanda, 
N. Y., Aug. 17, 1890; Cornell, C. E. ; Cornell Grad. 
Sch. three yrs. ; instructor in structural engineering, 
Cornell, 1912-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-21, capt. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate at Hamburg May 1928 ; v. c. 
at Hamburg Apr. 14, 1924 ; app., after exam., For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned to 
Hamburg Aug. 3, 1925; to Berlin June 16, 1928; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Berlin Dec. 19, 
1929 ; married. 

tfBelin, Ferdinand Lammot. — 6. Scranton, Pa., Mar. 
15, 1881 ; Hutchkiss Sch. ; Yale, Ph. B. 1901 ; mgr., 
treas., and v. pres., mfg. companies, 1901-16 ; city 
councilman and commr. 1909-14 ; sec. to Am. Min. in 
China and asst. in Am. Leg. at Peiping 1917-19; elk., 
Dept. of State, Oct.-Dec. 1919 ; app., after exam., 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Doc. 20, 1919, and 
assigned to the Dept. ; to Constantinople (Istanbul) 
Mar. 10, 1920 ; to Paris May 26, 1921 ; sec. of class 
three Mar. 23, 1922 ; sec. gen., Am. del., Lausanne 
Conf., 1922-23 ; assigned to the Dept. Aug. 20, 1923 ; 
class two Jan. 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class four 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Constantinople 
(Istanbul) Aug. 1, 1926; at London Jan. 5, 1928; 
class three Oct. 16, 1929 ; sec. to Am. del., London 
Naval Conf., 1930 ; resigned July 8, 1930 ; app. chief. 
Division of Int. Conf. and Protocol, at $8,000 in the 
Dept. of State Nov. 17, 1930 ; resigned Mar. 15, 1931 ; 
app. A. E. and P. to Poland Nov. 2, 1932 ; services 
terminated Mar. 4, 1933, Senate having failed to con- 
firm nomination ; married. 

Bell, John 0. — 6. Manila, P. I., of Am. parents, Oct. 
4, 1912 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
American Univ. 1928-29 ; George Washington Univ. 
1929- ; in Dept. of Agric. 1929-31 ; app. elk. at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Jan. 19, 1931.— PD. 

Belovsky, Sidney Arthur. — b. New York City Aug. 
3. 1901 ; attended high sch. ; elk. and salesman in 
U S. anfl So. Africa 1917-21 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Prince Rupert Mar. 1921 ; at Vancouver 
Sept. 1923 ; v. c. at Vancouver Aug. 16, 1924 ; at 
Edmonton, temp., Aug. 10, 1927 ; at Vancouver Oct. 
17, 1927 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and assigned to Vancouver Oct. 16, 
1929 ; to Dublin July 8, 1931 ; married. 

Benet, Edward Sewall. — h. Marbli>head, Mass., Aug. 
30, 1903 ; St. Charles Acad., Sherbrooke. Quebec ; high 



sch. grad.; elk. 1920-21, 1927; U. S. Navy 1921-25; 
mining 1925-27 ; bookkeeper, Cuba, 1927-31 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Cienfucgos Aug. 6, 1931 ; v. c. at 
Cienfuegos Apr. 4, 1932 ; married. 

Bennett, Margaret Vincent. — b. Augusta, Ga. ; at- 
tended private sch. ; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. 
of State Sept. 16, 1918; at $1,320 Nov. 1, 1918; at 
$1,400 Jan. 1, 1920 ; at $1,600 Nov. 5, 1920, effective 
Nov. 1 ; at $1,800 Apr. 1, 1921 ; at $2,100 July 1, 
1924; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); admin, 
asst. at $2,600 June 1, 1929; at $2,800 July 1, 1930; 
at $2,900 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— PC. 

Benninghoflf, Harry Merrell. — 6. Chicago, 111., Aug. 
18, 1904 ; Univ. of Rochester, A. B. 1926 ; teacher of 
Eng. in Japanese sch. 1923-24, 1926-27 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate General at Tokyo Mar. 1927 ; v. c. at 
Tokyo June 21, 1927 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, ana assigned to Tokyo 
Jan. 29, 1929 ; as language officer at Tokyo Feb. 9, 
1929 ; as v. c. at Nagoya Aug. 1, 1931 ; at Yokohama 
Aug. 12, 1931 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. July 29, 1932 ; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Tokyo, temp., Sept. 8, 1932 ; 
as V. c. at Yokohama Oct. 6, 1932 ; married. 

Benton, James Webb. — 6. Fort Myer, Va., July 9, 
1892 ; Hackley Sch. ; private sch. and tutors, Ger- 
many and England ; Cambridge Univ., England, B. A. 
1914, M. A. 1919 ; with Brit.-Am. Ambulance Corps 
1915 ; sec. War Relief Assn., 1916-17 ; U. S. Army 
1917-19, 1st It.; asst. to mil. att. at Tokyo 1918-19; 
app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four 
Nov. 15, 1920 ; assigned to Rio de Janeiro Jan. 5, 
1921 ; to Montevideo Sept. 29, 1922 ; app. sec. of class 
three Jan. 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class six 
July 1, 1924; assigned as 2d sec. at Caracas July 12, 
1924; at Lisbon Jan. 10, 1925; at Warsaw Feb. 7, 
1927; at Madrid Sept. 30, 1929; class five May 9, 
1930 ; at Prague Sept. 1, 1932. 

Berger, David C. — b. Gretna, Va., July 26, 1896; 
high sch. grad. ; Roanoke Coll. one yr. ; Georgetown 
Sch. of For. Ser. ; U. S. Navy 1917-19 ; elk. and ma- 
chinist ; elk.. Civil Ser. Commn. and Dist. Rent 
Commn. ; app., after exam., student interpreter In 
China May 20, 1920 ; v. c. at Changsha Feb. 19, 1921 ; 
at Peking May 1921 ; app. v. c. and interpreter at 
Tientsin Oct. 9, 1922 ; at Shanghai May 18, 1923 ; 
at Tientsin June 13, 1923 ; app. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; cons. 
Mar. 3, 1925 ; assigned to Swatow June 18. 1927 ; 
class seven May 17, 1928 ; class six Aug. 15, 1930 ; 
to Tsingtao Sept. 5, 1931 ; married. 

Berger, Marie L. — 6. Auburn, Nebr. ; high sch. 
grad. ; attended business sch. ; secretary 1930 ; app. 
elk., temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Jan. 20, 
1931 ; permanently June 1, 1931.— DCR. 

Bergin, Thomas Daniel. — ft. Staunton, Va., Nov. 4, 
1893 ; attended high sch. ; business sch. grad. ; stenog. 
and law elk. 1916-18 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; sec- 
retary 1919-23 ; elk.. Veterans' Bu., 1923 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Emb. at Constantinople Feb. 7, 1924 ; at St. 
John's, N. F., Aug. 16, 1928 ; v. c. at St. John's 
Sept. 10, 1928; at Kingston, Ont., Sept. 29, 1930. 



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Berliner, Harry P. — 6. New York City Oct. 19, 
1906 ; high sch. grad. ; Coll. of City of New York. 
B.S. 1932 ; messenger 1924-25 ; actuarial elk. 1025-28 ; 
elk. In U. S. Customs Court, N. Y., 1928-29, in N. Y. 
Passport Agency 1929 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,620 in 
the N. Y. Passport Agency of the Dept. of State Apr. 
14, 1930; permanently, at $1,800 Jan. 9, 1931. 

Bernstein, Herman. — 6. Neustadt-Schenvindt, Russia, 
Sept. 21, 1876 : special newspaper corr. in Europe 
1908-12 ; founder and editor of newspaper 1914-16 ; 
editor-in-chief of magazine 1916-19 ; newspaper corr. 
in Russia 1917, 1918 ; war corr. in Siiieria and France 
1918 ; newspaper corr. at Paris Peace Conf. 1919 ; 
author and translator of many books ; app. E. E. 
and M. P. to Albania Feb. 17, 1930 ; married. 

Berrey, Nannie Weldon. — 6. Stafford, Va. ; attended 
public sch. ; elk. 1916-18, 1921-23, in Govt, depts. 
1919-21, 1923 ; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the Dept. 
of State Jan. 10, 1924; at $1,320 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,380 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,440 Jan. 1, 1928; at 
$1,560 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 July 
1, 1928 ; at $1,740 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Berry, Burton Yost. — 6. Fowler, Ind., Aug. 31, 
1901; Ind. Univ., A.B. 1923, A.M. 1925; Univ. of 
Paris 1925-27 ; mem. of bar of Ind. ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 21, 
1928; to Constantinople (Istanbul) Aug. 31, 1928; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 22, 1931. 

Bertot, Raoul Armando. — b. Manzanlllo, Cuba, Jan. 
9, 1884 ; attended private sch. in Cuba and studied 
in England and U. S. ; weigher on sugar plantation 
four yrs., insp. of weights and measures three yrs., 
draftsman and paymaster four yrs., and elk. four 
yrs., Manzanillo ; asst. to the cons. agt. at Man- 
zanlllo and later act. cons. agt. ; app. cons. agt. at 
Manzanillo Apr. 20, 1922 ; married. 

Besore, Mildred Elizabeth (Mrs.) — b. Prince George 
Co., Md. ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
stenog.. War Dept., 1918-19, 1924-26 ; typist 1926- 
27; in Veterans' Bu. 1927; app. elk. at $1,320 in the 
Dept. of State Sept. 1, 1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act); at $1,500 July 1, 1928; at $1,620 
Jan. 1, 1929; at $1,740 July 1, 1930.— SS. 

Betts, Paul Courtnay. — b. Towanda, Pa., July 25, 
1876 ; Susquehanna Collegiate Inst. ; special agt., of- 
fice mgr., and mem. of firm, insur. company 1904-18 ; 
traveling auditor with Am. Red Cross in Europe 
1918-22; with Near East Relief in Turkey 1922-23; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at Paris May 
1923; V. c. at Paris Mar. 2, 1925; at Calais, temp., 
Dec. 8, 1928 ; at Paris Dec. 31, 1928 ; at Biarritz, 
temp., Jan. 10, 1930 ; at Paris Apr. 12, 1930 ; at Ca- 
lais, temp.. May 6, 1930; at Paris July 26, 1930. 

Bevan, Thomas Horatio. — b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 
29, 1887 ; attended private sch. ; Univ. Sch. for Boys ; 
Johns Hopkins 1906-8 ; studied law 1908-10 ; rod- 
man, U. S. Geological Survey, summer 1906 ; sec. to 
mem. of Cong. 1908-10; elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Tamplco 1910-12; app., after exam., cons. asst. Apr. 



24, 1912 ; V. and dep. cons, at Tampico June 27, 
1912 ; V. c. at Tampico by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
at Berne May 3, 1916; at Glasgow Jan. 10, 1917; 
cons, of class eight Feb. 19, 1918; class six Sept. 5, 
1919; assigned to Bahia Dec. 1, 1919; class five 
Nov. 23, 1921 ; class four M&r. 1, 1923 ; assigned 
to Montevideo Mar. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Hamburg Oct. 23, 
1924 ; class four Feb. 24, 1925 ; cons. gen. May 31, 
1928 ; assigned to Oslo June 13, 1928 ; class three 
Oct. 16, 1929; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 13, 1931; 
assigned as 1st sec, temp., at Oslo Apr. 23, 1931 ; 
relieved of duties as sec. and resumed charge of 
consulate general June 11, 1931 ; married. 

Bevans, Charles Irvingr. — b. Grantsville, Md., Sept. 
21, 1908 ; George Washington Univ. 1926-29 ; Wash- 
ington Coll. of Law, LL. B. 1932 ; niem. of bar of 
D. C. ; elk. 1925-27, in Veterans' Bu. 1927-29 ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State May 16. 1929 ; 
at $1,620 June 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Beylard, Charles Brashears. — 6. Cannes, France, of 
Am. parents, Sept. 15, 1888; Public Coll. of the City 
of Nice, France, and Dr. Schmidt's Inst., St. Gallen, 
Switzerland ; private tutor in London ; bank elk. in 
Nice one yr. ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Nice 1908-16 ; 
app. V. c. at Tunis May 5, 1917 ; at Bizerta Aug. 29, 
1923 ; at Tunis Dec. 5, 1923 ; at Las Palmas, temp., 
June 20, 1929 ; at Tunis Oct. 23, 1929 ; at Marseille 
Nov. 6, 1930; married. 

Biar, Herbert Carlson. — 6. Chicago, 111., Sept. 22, 
1884 ; attended high sch. and business sch. in Sweden 
and Switzerland ; George Washington Univ. 1909-10 ; 
elk. in Berlin 1903-4, in Stockholm 1904-5, In Lon- 
don 1905, in U. S. 1905-9 ; Library of Cong. 1910-11 ; 
app., after exam., cons. asst. July 12, 1911 ; v. and 
dep. cons, at Naples Dec 5, 1912 ; v. c. at Naples by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; at Glasgow June 1, 1920 ; 
at Birmingham May 27, 1921 ; at Nottingham Sept. 
2, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; as- 
signed to Oslo Mar. 18, 1926; to GOteborg Apr. 10, 
1928 ; to Malmo, temp., Apr. 4, 1932. 

Bickers, William Andrew. — b. Madison Co., Va., 
Feb. 29, 1880 ; Univ. of Va., B. A. and M. A. 1901 ; 
teacher of Latin, German, and English in private 
sch. 1901-2 ; farmer 1902-14 ; editor of newspaper 
1908-11 ; app., after exam., cons, at Hobart Apr. 24, 
1914 ; cons, of class nine by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; assigned to Adelaide July 5, 1917 ; on detail in 
Am. Consulate at Melbourne Nov.-Dec. 1917 ; assigned 
to Puerto Plata May 25, 1918 ; For. Ser. officer un- 
class. July 1, 1924; class eight Apr. 15, 1930; as- 
signed to Charlottetown July 1, 1930; to London. 
Ont., May 15, 1933 ; married. 

Bigelow, Donald Fairchild. — b. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 
10, 1896 ; Princeton 1915-17 ; L'ficole Libre des 
Sciences Politiques 1919-20 ; Harvard 1920-21 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, 1st It., overseas service ; with Am. 
Red Cross in Poland 1919 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three May 25, 1921 ; assigned to 
Bucharest July 21, 1921 ; class two May 26. 1922 ; 
class one Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to Paris Aug. 17, 
1923 ; app. cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. 



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Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; class seven 
Aug. 31, 1925 ; assigned to the Dept. Mar. 3, 1927 ; 
sec. to Am. del., Thirteenth Int. Parliamentary Com. 
Conf., Rio de Janeiro 1927 ; assigned to Tangier 
Mar. 31, 1030 ; class six May 9, 1930 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Sept. 14, 1931 ; assigned also as 2d sec. at 
Tangier Oct. 14, 1931 ; as cons, at Geneva May 18, 
1933 ; married. 

Bingr, Arden Ellsworth. — 6. Monterville, W. Va., 
Apr. 2, 1892; Univ. of Mich. Law Sch. 1913-14; 
Univ. of Rennes, France, 1919 ; Georgetown Sch. of 
For. Ser., B. F. S. 1927; U. S. Army 1916-19, 1st 
It., overseas service ; elk., Dept. of State, 1915-10 ; 
liaison officer, Veterans of For. Wars, 1922—23, Am. 
Red Cross, 1924-25 ; research and legislative work 
1927-30 ; app. asst. to asst. sec. of state at $4,600 in 
the Dept. of State July 14, 1931.— A-C. 

Bingham, Hiram, Jr. — 6. Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 
1903 ; Groton Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1925 ; Harvard Law 
Sch. 1927-28 ; elk. in Am. Leg. at Peking 1925-26 ; 
teacher 1926-27 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Mar. 26, 1929 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. May 1, 1929 ; to Kobe July 10, 
1929; to Tokyo Nov. 20, 1929; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. May 16, 1931 ; 3d sec. at Tokyo June 29, 1931 ; 
V. c. at Warsaw June 18, 1932. 

Bingham, Robert Worth. — b. Orange Co., N. C, 
Nov. 8, 1871 ; Bingham Sch. grad. ; Univ. of N. C. 
1888-90; Univ. of Va. 1890-91; Univ. of Louisville, 
LL. B, 1897 ; studied under private tutor in Germany ; 
mem. of bar of Ky. ; N. C. State Guard 1891-96, capt. ; 
pres. and publisher of newspapers ; director of rail- 
road, bank, and mfg. co. ; county attorney 1904-7 ; 
mayor 1907 ; chancellor of circuit court 1911 ; app. 
A. E. and P. to Great Britain Mar. 23, 1933 ; married. 

Birch, Mary Nedetta. — b. Falls Church, Va. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; typist-elk., Govt, 
dopts., 1908-15 ; .app. elk., temp., at $900 in the Dept. 
of State July 28, 1915 ; permanently, at $1,000 under 
Ex. order June 22, 1910, effective July 1 ; at $1,200, 
temp., Sept. 20, 1916 ; permanently, Oct. 10, 1916 ; 
at $1,400 June 11, 1919 ; at $1,600 Nov. 5, 1921 ; at 
$1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Dec. 1, 1925 ; at 
$1,980 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,040 July 
1, 1928; at $2,100 July 1, 1930; at $2,160 July 3, 
1930 (Brookhart Act) ; at $2,200 June 1, 1931.— NE. 

Birkeland, Carl. — b. Stavanger, Norway, Mar. 28, 
1886 ; naturalized 1916 ; attended .sch. in Norway ; 
high sch. grad.; Lewis Inst., Chicago, 1908-11; 
laboratory and engineering insp. 1904-17; U. S. Army 
1918-21; app. v. c. at Riga Oct. 25, 1921; elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Copenhagen July 1, 1924; v. c. at 
Copenhagen Oct. 6, 1926 ; at Warsaw Nov. 13, 1929 ; 
married. 

Bishop, Erna V. — b. Warrenton, Va. ; HoUins Coll., 
A. B. 1928; teacher of hi.st. in high sch. 1928-30; 
examiner. Civil Ser. Commn., 1930-31; app. elk. at 
$1,020 in the Dept. of State Mar. 23, 1931 ; archive 
asst. Oct. 5, 1931 ; elk. Aug. 1, 1933.— PD. 



ttBlack, James Ernest.— b. Pittsburgh, Pa., June 1, 
1901 ; St. Paul's Sch. grad. ; Trinity Coll. 1919-21 ; 
instructor in private sch. 1921-25 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. May 28, 1926 ; v. c. of caieer 
June 15, 1926 ; assigned to Bremen Apr. 8, 1927 ; to 
Shanghai Aug. 21, 1930 ; to Hong Kong June 23, 
19.S2 ; res:gned May 2, 1933 ; married. 

Blackard, Wade. — b. Jackson, Tenn., July 16, 1896 ; 
Univ. of Tenn. 1914-16 ; Union Univ. 1916 ; Univ. of 
Va. 1916-17; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It., O. R. C. ; 
supercargo, U. S. Shipping Bd., 1919-20; app. v. c. 
at Calgary May 5, 1920 ; at Singapore June 14, 1921 ; 
at Cobb Dec. 18, 1924 ; at Belfast Dec. 1, 1928 ; at 
Luxemburg, temp., Sept. 3, 1930; at Port Said Jan. 
3, 1931 ; at Alexandria Feb. 20, 1932. 

Blackburn, Katherine C. — b. Litchfield, Conn., at- 
tended public and private schs. ; Eastman Coll. ; 
studied law, N. Y. Univ., one yr. ; with law firm 
seven yrs. ; mgr. motion picture studio ; office mgr. 
and purchasing agt., For. Press Bureau of Committee 
on Public Information ; asst. to campaign mgr., 
League to Enforce Peace ; with Woodrow Wilson 
Foundation ; library and research work, Dem. Nat. 
Headquarters, 1932—33 ; app. special asst. to asst. sec. 
of state at $3,200 in the Dept. of State Apr. 4, 1933 ; 
elk., Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 
1933. — A-M. 

Blake, Gilson Grant, Jr. — b. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 7, 
1893 ; Friends Sch. ; Swarthmore, A. B. 1915 ; Har- 
vard Sch. of Business Admin. 1919 ; floor mgr. and 
salesman 1915-17 ; U. S. Navy 1917-19, ensign ; app. 
V. c. at Newcastle, Australia, Feb. 24, 1920 ; at Ade- 
laide Feb. 11, 1921 ; at Newcastle Apr. 27, 1921 ; 
at Melbourne Dec. 28, 1921 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Sept. 30, 1922 ; assigned to 
Ottawa Oct. 14. 1922; class two Nov. 23, 1923; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to George- 
town July 11, 1925; class eight and cons. Aug. 31, 
1925 ; assigned to Georgetown Sept. 29, 1925 ; to 
Geneva Oct. 15, 1927 ; disbursing officer, Int. Conf. 
on Economic Statistics, Geneva, 1928 ; Special Commn. 
for the Preparation of a Draft Conv. on the Manu- 
facture of Arms, 3d sess., Geneva, 1928 ; class seven 
May 23, 1929 ; class six Feb. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Blake, Maxwell. — b. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 15, 
1877; St. John Mil. Acad., Scarett Coll., and Mo. 
State Univ. ; studied under private tutor abroad ; 
in ranching, real estate, and bonding business ; app., 
after exam., cons, at Funchal Feb. 2, 1906; at Dun- 
fermline Dec. 21, 1907 ; cons. gen. at Bogota Jan. 11, 
1910 ; at Tangier Dec. 14, 1910 ; mem.. Int. Bd. of 
Taxe Urbaine, 1911 ; in charge of Am. Leg. at 
Tangier Apr. 4-16, 1912, and chargg d'affaires Sept. 2, 
1912-July 20, 1917 ; representative on Int. Sanitary 
Council of Morocco 1912, and pres. of Council 1914, 
1916, 1929 ; del., Int. Commn. of Public Works, 1912 ; 
representative on Int. Commn. for maintenance of Cape 
Spartel Lighthouse 1912 ; cons. gen. of class five Feb. 
22. 1915, effective Feb. 5 ; agt. and cons. gen. at Tan- 
gier July 20, 1017 ; detailed to Am. Commn. to Nego- 
tiate Peace. Paris, 1019 ; cons. gen. of chiss two Feb. 
14, 1022 ; detailed as Commr. in Albania Apr. 27, 



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1922 ; directed to proceed to U. S. Nov. 25, 1922 ; un- 
assigned from Jan. 5, 1923 ; directed to proceed to 
Gibraltar Feb. 15, 1923 ; detailed to Angora as del. to 
Am. High Commr. to Turkey Apr. 25, 1923 ; assigned 
to Melbourne Nov. 3, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
one July 1, 1924 ; diplo. agt. and cons. gen. at Tan- 
gier May 14, 1925 ; married. 

Blake, Monroe Williams. — b. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 
9. 1900 ; Geurge Washington, A. B. 1933 ; app. elk. 
at $1,320 in the Dept. of State May 15, 192S ; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 Oct. 1, 
1929 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1930 ; married. — PC. 

Blake, Ralph Joseph. — b. Portland, Oreg., Mar. 19, 
1907 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 1929 ; 
elk. 1924-25, in Public Health Ser. 1925-26, In the 
Dept. of State 1D26-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 18, 1929; to 
Nuevo Laredo, temp., Nov. 27, 1929 ; to the Dept 
Apr. 18, 1930; to the For. Ser. Sch. July 16, 1930; 
to Tsinan Nov. 8, 1930 ; to Harbin Mar. 6, 1933. 

Bland, Julia M. — b. Washington, D. C. ; Washington 
Coll. of Law, LL. B. and M. P. L. 1925 ; grad. work, 
American Univ. 1931-33 ; clk.-typist, Govt, depts., 
1925-29 ; app. archive asst. at $1,440 in the Dept. 
of State Nov. 1, 1929 ; at $1,560 July 1, 1930 ; at 
$1,620 Aug. 1, 1930; at $1,800 Aug. 29, 1931.— HA. 

Blaskey, Beth. — b. Tomah, Wis. ; high sch. grad. ; 
app. elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Aug. 27, 
1930; at $1,440 Sept. 14, 1931.— DCR. 

Blatchford, Edward "Williams. — b. Chicago, 111., 
July 13, 1868 ; Amherst, B. A. 1891 ; bookkeeper 
1893-98 ; cml. work in London 1898-1901 ; cashier 
and asst. mgr. of company 1901-18 ; Y.M.C.A. work 
in London and the Near East 1918-22 ; Near East 
Relief 1922-29 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at Jerusalem Sept. 11, 1929 ; v. c. at Jerusalem 
Dec. 29, 1930. 

Blessing, Madge Middleton (Mrs.) — 6. New London, 
Conn. ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
stenog. 1914-16 ; sec. 1917-18 ; app. elk., temp., 
at $1,200 in the Dept. of State June 12, 1918; at 
$1,000 Feb. 1, 1921 ; at $1,080 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at 
$1,140 Oct. 16, 1922; at $1,200 Dec. 30, 1922, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,440 July 1, 1924; at $1,500 
Mar. 1, 1925; at $1,560 Dec. 1, 1925; at $1,860 
Dec. 1, 1927; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); 
at $2,100 July 1, 1928; at $2,300 July 1, 1930.— FA. 

Bliss, Don Carroll. — 6. Northville, Mich., July 3, 
1897 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1918 ; Amos Tuck Sch. of 
Admin, and Finance, M.C.S. 1920 ; U. S. Naval Re- 
serve Force 1917-19 ; elk. 1920-23 ; app. elk. to cml. 
att. at Tokyo Oct. 4, 1923 ; asst. trade commr. at 
Bombay Dec. 1924; at Alexandria Jan. 19, 1927; 
asst. chief. For. Ser. Division of Dept. of Com. in 
Washington Oct. 1, 1927 ; trade commr. at Singapore 
Jan. 16, 1928 ; at Batavia Oct. 1, 1928 ; at Singapore 
Apr. 1, 1929 ; cml. att. at Bangkok Nov. 18, 1929 ; re- 
lieved July 1, 1930 ; cml. att. at Prague Feb. 4, 1932 ; 
married. 



ttBliss, Robert Woods. — b. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 5, 
1875 ; Harvard, A. B. 1900 ; in office of sec. of Porto 
Rico 1900-1901 ; sec. to gov. of Porto Rico 1901-3 ; 
app., after exam., cons, at Venice June 18, 1903 ; 
2d sec. of emb. at Petrograd Oct. 10, 1904 ; sec. of leg. 
at Brussels Jan. 10, 1907 ; del.. Int. Conf. to Consider 
Revision of the Arms and Ammunition Regulations of 
the General Act of Brussels of July 2, 1890, 1908; 
sec. of leg. at Buenos Aires Aug. 4, 1909 ; sec. of 
emb. at Paris Feb. 1. 1912 ; del.. Int. Diplo. Conf. for 
the Consideration of the Question of the Relief of 
Aliens, Paris, 1912 ; sec. of emb. or leg. of class one 
by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned as couns. of 
emb. at Paris July 17, 1916 ; detailed as charge 
d'affaires at The Hague Sept.-Nov. 1918 ; assigned 
to the Dept. and designated chief, Division of West- 
ern European Affairs, Apr. 26, 1920 ; app. 3d asst. 
sec. of state Mar. 15, 1921 ; in charge of ceremonials, 
protocols, etc., Conf. on Limitation of Armament, 
Washington, 1921-22; app. E. E. and M. P. to 
Sweden Jan. 30, 1923 ; A. E. and P. to Argentina 
Feb. 17, 1927 ; special representative of President 
Hoover with rank of A. E. and P. to the Nat. Cen- 
tennial of Uruguay Dec. 1931 ; retired July 31, 1933, 
under the provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 1931 ; 
married. 

Blocker, Vinklor Harwood, Jr. — b. Hondo, Tex., June 
8, 1903 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; bookkeeper 
1923-26 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at 
Callao-Llma Mar. 19, 1926 ; resigned Sept. 14, 1927 ; 
elk. 1927-28 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Man- 
zanillo Oct. 18, 1928; v. c. at Manzanillo Nov. 27, 
1928 ; at Asuncion Mar. 17, 1930. 

Blocker, William P. — h. Hondo, Tex., Sept. 30, 
1892 ; attended public sch. ; teacher in public sch. 
1910-11 ; salesman 1911-12 ; app. v. and dep. cons, 
at Ciudad Porfirio Diaz July 18, 1913 ; v. c. at Piedras 
Negras Feb. 6, 1915 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to Piedras 
Negras Oct. 21, 1919 ; app. cons, of class seven Apr. 
5, 1920 ; assigned to Piedras Negras Apr. 14, 1920 ; 
class six Nov. 21, 1921 ; assigned to Guaymas Dec. 17. 
1923 ; class five June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Mazatlan Aug. 17, 
1925 ; to Ciudad Juarez Sept. 24, 1929 ; class five 
May 9, 1930; married. 

Blohm, Lee R.— b. Virginia, 111., Jan. 31, 1886; 
Univ. of 111., B. A. 1908; teacher in high sch. 1909- 
11 ; supt. of puhlic sch. 1911-19 ; app., after exam., 
cons, of class eight Aug. 8, 1919 ; assigned to Fron- 
tera Oct. 21, 1919 ; class seven Dec. 18, 1919 ; as- 
signed to Aguascalientes Oct. 18, 1921 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Van- 
couver Jan. 30, 1925 ; class seven May 17, 1928 ; as- 
signed to Regina Dec. 19, 1928; class six July 24, 
1930; to Habana Mar. 21, 1932; married. 

Blue, George Verne. — 6. Yaquina City, Oreg., Oct. 
25, 1891 ; Univ. of Oreg., B. A. 1922 ; Univ. of Calif., 
M. A. 1923 ; Univ. of Paris 1926-28, as traveling fel- 
low in hist, for Univ. of Calif. ; U. S. Navy 1918-19, 
overseas service ; teaching fellow, Univ. of Calif., 
1922-23, 1925-26 ; instructor in hist., Univ. of 
Hawaii, 1923-25; Historical Cong.. Oslo. 1928; asst. 



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prof, of hist., Univ. of Oreg., 1928-30 ; app. research 
asst. at $3,200 in the Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1930.— 
HA. 

Boal, Pierre de Lagarde. — b. Thonon-les-Bains, 
France, of Am. parents, Sept. 29, 1895; St. Paul's 
Sch. ; sec. in France 1914-15 ; French Army 1915- 
17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt., overseas service ; app., 
after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec. 
20, 1919 : assigned to Mexico City Dec. 27, 1919 ; 
to the Dept. Mar. 19, 1920; sec. Int. Conf. on Elec- 
trical Communications, Washington, 1920 ; assigned 
to Belgrade Dec. 6, 1920 ; sec. of class three Mar. 23, 
1922 ; assigned to Warsaw Nov, 13, 1922 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 2d sec. 
of leg. at Berne July 1, 1924 ; class five Aug. 8, 1924 ; 
assigned as 2d sec. at Lima Sept. 18, 1925 ; class 
four and assigned as 1st sec. at Lima Dec. 17, 1925 ; 
to the Dept. Apr. 9, 1928 ; sec. Int. Conf. of Am. 
States on Conciliation and Arbitration, Washington, 
1928-29 ; act. sec. gen., Commn. of Inquiry and Con- 
ciliation, Bolivia and Paraguay, Washington, 1929 ; 
asst. chief. Division of Western European Affairs, 
June 24, 1930 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; adviser 
Prep. Commn. for the Disarmament Conf., Geneva. 
1930 ; chief. Division of Western European Affairs, 
June 20, 1931 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Ottawa June 
IG, 1931' ; married. 

Boatner, Haydon Le Maire (1st Lt.) — 6. New Or- 
leans, La., Oct. 8, 1900 ; Tulane Univ. 1919-20 ; 
U.S.M.A., grad. 1924 ; assigned as language officer 
at Peiping Sept. 24, 1930 ; married. 

Bobst, Wayne Clifford. — 6. DuBois, Nebr., Mar. 9, 
1909 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk. 
1927-28 ; elk. in Veterans' Bu. 1928-30 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Feb. 25, 1930 ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Bock, S. Benjamin. — 6. New York City Apr. 1, 
1907; Coll. of the City of New York, B. S. 1930; 
Georgetown Univ. 1930-31 ; George Washington Univ. 
1932- ; with cml. firms 1922-25 ; in Govt, depts. in 
New York 1925-28 ; elk., Census Bu., July-Sept. 1930 ; 
app. dk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Sept. 15, 
1930 ; detailed to the President's Organization on 
Unemployment Relief 1931-. — DCR. 

Bode, Howard Douglas (Comdr.) — 6. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Jan. 23, 1889; U.S.N..\., grad. 1911; assigned 
as asst. naval att. at Berlin, Rome, Paris, London, 
Stockholm, Copenhagen, and The Hague Sept. 1, 
1932 ; married. 

Boernstein, Ralph Augustus. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Feb. 13, 1893 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business 
sch. ; elk. 1914-16 ; stenog. and sec. to mem. of Cong. 
191G-17; app. v. c. at Fiume Feb. 10, 1917; at Chris- 
tiania June 11, 1917 ; at Port au Prince Nov. 5, 
1919 ; at Barbados Aug. 20, 1920 ; at Rome Mar. 5, 
1921 ; app., after exam., v. c of career of class three 
Oct. 6, 1923; assigned to Rome Oct. 12, 1923; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to the 
Dept. Dec 14, 1926; to Malm5 Feb. 17, 1927; class 



eight, cons., and assigned to Malmo May 17, 1928; 
to Naples May 17, 1930 ; class seven July 24, 1930 ; 
married. 

Boggs, Samuel Whittemore. — b. Coolidge, Kans., 
Mar. 3, 1889; Berea Coll., B. L. 1909; Yale 1912- 
13 ; Columbia, A. M. 1924 ; sec. to coll. pres. 1909- 
12 ; secretarial and research work 1914-19 ; map 
compilation and research 1919-21 ; map editor 1921- 
24 ; app. geographer at $3,800 in the Dept. of State 
Oct. 1, 1924 ; mem. U. S. Geographic Bd. Nov. 18, 
1924 ; asst. chief. Division of Publications, July 30, 
1925-July 22, 1929 ; mem. Immigration Quota Com- 
mittee 1926- ; at $4,000 Feb. 1, 1926; mem. Federal 
Bd. of Surveys and Maps 1926- ; chm. of executive 
committee of Geographic Bd. and of committee on 
foreign geographic names 1927- ; at $4,200 Nov. 1, 

1927 ; chm. of committee of Bd. of Surveys and Maps 
on Int. Map of the World 1928- ; at $4,800 July 1, 

1928 (Welch Act) ; del., Int. Geographical Cong., 
Cambridge, England, 1928 ; tech. adviser, Conf. for 
the Codification of Int. Law, The Hague, 1930; at 
$5,200 July 1, 1930; del.. Int. Cong, of Geography, 
Paris, 1931 ; married. — HA. 

Bohan, Merwin Lee. — 6. Chicago, 111., Jan. 21, 1899 ; 
attended high sch. in Mexico and U. S. ; elk. in oil 
coiupanies in Mexico and U. S., in Am. Consulate 
General and Am. Emb. in Mexico City, 1919-20 ; 
asst. mgr., rubber company 1920-22 ; advertising 
mgr., publicity mgr., and foreign trade sec, chamber 
of com., 1922-27 ; mgr., cooperative office, Bu. of 
For. and Domes. Com., Dallas, Tex., 1926 ; app. trade 
commr. at Habana Jan. 16, 1927 ; asst. cmL att. May 
16, 1927 ; cml. att. at Guatemala June 22, 1928 ; also 
at Tegucigalpa and San Salvador Oct. 5, 1928; 
transferred to Lima and Quito Sept. 15, 1931 ; 
married. 

Bohlen, Charles Eustis. — 6. Clayton, N. Y., Aug. 
30, 1904 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1927 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Mar. 26, 1929; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. May 1, 1929 ; to Prague July 10, 1929 ; as v. c. 
and language officer at Paris July 31, 1931. 

Bohne, Frederick AlTjert. — 6. Toronto, Canada, of 
Am. parents, Dec. 6, 1898 ; attended Parkdale Coll. 
Inst., Toronto, and business sch. ; elk. in Canada 
1917-18 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Toronto Jan. 
16, 1920 ; V. c. at Toronto Nov. 7, 1922 ; married. 

Bohr, Frank. — ft. Wathena, Kans., Oct. 5, 1877; 
Kans. State Normal Sch. ; Univ. of Mich., A. B. 1907; 
teacher in public sch. and farmer four yrs. ; app., 
after exam., cons. asst. June 24, 1908 ; dep. cons, 
gen. at Berlin Mar. 16, 1911 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. 
at Santo Domingo Aug. 28, 1911; at Ziirich Aug. 29, 
1913; V. c at Zurich Feb. 6, 1915; detailed to the 
Dept. Oct. 5, 1918 ; app. cons, of class eight Oct. 24, 
1918 ; assigned to Cienfiiegos May 10. 1919 ; class 
seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; class six June 4, 1920 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Mexi- 
can Aus. 17. 1925; to Sault Ste. Marie May 24, 1932; 
married. 



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Bolds, Harry Herbert. — b. Spangle, Wash., Aug. 14 
1894 ; Loyola Univ. Prep. Sch. and business sch. ; 
Suffolk Law Sch., Boston, 1927-29 ; bookkeeper 1912- 
13; sec. 1916-18; U. S. Army 1918-19; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,200 in the Dept. of State Apr. 18, 1919 ; 
at $1,320 Jan. 1, 1920 ; permanently, at $1,400 Aug. 
14, 1920 ; app. asst. passport agt. at $2,000, Chicago. 
June 18, 1921, effective July 1 ; passport agt. at 
$2,750, Boston, July 1, 1925 ; at $3,000 Nov. 1, 1926 ; 
at $3,100 July 1, 1927; at $3,200 Jan. 1, 1928; at 
$3,.300 May 1, 1928 ; at $3,500 July 1, 1928 ; at $3,700 
May 1, 1930; married. 

Bonbright, James Cowles Hart. — b. Rochester, 
N. Y.. Jan. 19, 1903; St. Paul's Sch. grad. ; Harvard, 
A. B. 1925 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. ofQcer unclass. 
and v. c. of career July 9, 1927 ; assigned to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Canton June 13, 

1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 20, 1930 ; assigned 
as For. Ser. officer to the leg. at Ottawa Feb. 21, 
1930 ; as 3d sec. at Ottawa Feb. 27, 1930 ; married. 

Bonnet, Ellis Andrew. — 6. Eagle Pass, Tex., Jan. 
13. 1900 ; Univ. of Tex., B. A. 1920 ; U. S. Army 
1918 ; post office elk., summer 1919 ; bank elk. 1920- 
21 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Piedras Negras 
May 1, 1921 ; v. c. at Piedras Negras Oct. 31, 1921 ; 
at Torreon Sept. 20, 1923 ; at Piedras Negras Oct. 18. 
1923 ; at Torreon Dec. 21, 1923 ; at Piedras Negras 
Feb. 25, 1924 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned 
to Piedras Negras Oct. 21, 1924 ; to Belize Mar. 19, 
1925 ; to Durango Sept. 17, 1927 ; class eight, cons., 
and assigned to Durango July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Bonnette, Agnes Patricia. — b. Lowell, Mass. ; high 
sch. grad. ; elk. 1928-29 ; sec. and bookkeeper 1929- 
31; app. elk., temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State 
Mar. 2, 1931 ; permanently June 23, 1931 ; at $1,440 
Jan. 1, 1932.— VD. 

Booker, Burnett. — b. King William, Va., July 2, 
1870 ; asst. messenger. War Dept., 1918-22 ; app. 
asst. messenger in the Dept. of State May 1, 
1922.— A-JC. 

ttBorden, Edward Payson. — b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Feb. 7, 1896 ; Lawrenceville Sch. ; Taft Sch. ; Yale, 
1915-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It., overseas serv- 
ice ; newspaper reporter 1920-25 ; publicity agt. 1925- 
30; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; as- 
signed as V. c. at Mexico City, temp., Dec. 27, 1930 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 18, 1932 ; to Lourengo 
Marques July 26, 1932; re-signed May 4, 1933. 

Borjes, Clara Louise. — b. Norfolk, Va. ; George 
Washington Univ. 1925-27 ; Washington Coll. of Law, 
LL. B.; mem. of bar of D. C. ; sec. 1909-14, in Dept. 
of Agric. 1914-20; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. 
of State Sept. 1, 1920; at $1,400 Feb. 1, 1924; 
at $1,680 July 1, 1924; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1925; 
at $1,860 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 1, 
1928; at $2,000 Oct. 1, 1928; sec. to Am. del.. Anti- 
smuggling Conf., Ottawa, 1929 ; at $2,300 May 1, 

1929 ; at $2,500 July 1, 1930.— WE. 

171194—33 10 



Boucbal, John Louis. — b. Wilber, Nebr., Aug. 28, 
1S88 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Nebr., LL. B. 
1912 ; mem. of bar of Nebr. ; teacher in public sch. 
1905-9 ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Prague July-Aug. 
1912 ; app. v. and dep. cons, at Prague Aug. 29, 1912 ; 
V. c. at Prague by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; app. 
elk., temp., at $1,000 in the Dept. of State July 2, 
1917; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1918; at $1,400 Aug. 15, 
1918; at $1,600 Mar. 1, 1919; v. c. at Prague Mar. 
15, 1919 ; app.. after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three Oct. 9. 1919 ; assigned to Prague Oct. 22, 1919 ; 
class two May 24, 1920 ; class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; 
cons, of class seven June 22, 1922 ; assigned to Port 
Said Nov. 22, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; class seven Aug. 8, 1924 ; class six 
Oct. 16, 1929 ; assigned to Helsingfors Sept. 30, 1930 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 19, 1933 ; married. 

Boucher, Hiram A. — b. Eureka, S. Dak., Dec. 14, 
1896; high sch. grad.; Univ. of Minn. 1914-15; 
George Washington Law Sch. 1915-16, 1919 ; North- 
western Coll. of Law 1916-17 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 
1915-16; abstract elk. 1916-17; U. S. Army 1917- 
19 ; elk.. House Subcommittee on War Expenditures, 
1919-20 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at Bar- 
celona Oct. 1920 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three May 25, 1921 ; assigned to Barcelona 
June 11, 1921 ; to Bilbao July 13, 1922 ; to Barce- 
lona Aug. 3, 1922 ; class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; class 
one Nov. 23, 1923 ; cons, of class seven June 3, 1924 ; 
detailed to Belfast June 18, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class eight July 1, 1924 ; detailed to Dublin Aug. 
4, 1924; class seven June 8, 1927; assigned to Cobh 
Nov. 1, 1927 ; to Rome Oct. 15, 1929 ; class six Dec. 
19, 1929 ; married. 

Boudreau, Helen Warren (Mrs.) — 6. Glassboro, N. J. ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1926-27 ; 
app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Nov. 1, 
1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1930.— ME. 

Bowcock, James Matthew. — b. Clarksburg, W. Va., 
Nov. 9, 1884 ; attended business high sch. ; Univ. of 
Denver two yrs. ; studied in Germany, France, and 
Italy ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Hanover 1906-7 ; 
app. V. and dep. cons, at Hanover Mar. 31, 1908 ; 
elk. in Am. Leg. at Madrid Feb. 9, 1911 ; v. and dep. 
eons, at Berne July 22, 1914 ; v. c. at Berne by act 
approved Feb. 5. 1915 ; at Leghorn May 18, 1915 ; 
at Cairo Jan. 17, 1916; at Rome Oct. 28, 1916; at 
Munich Jan. 7, 1924 ; at Turin, temp., Oct. 13, 1924 ; 
at Munich Apr. 16, 1925 ; married. 

Bowen, Arthur Llewellyn. — b. Swansea, Wales, July 
3, 1885 ; Brit, subject ; attended sch. in England, 
Argentina, and Brazil ; cable operator in London 
1898-1910; elk. in Rio de Janeiro 1910-11; branch 
mgr. and gen. representative for oil companies, Rio 
Grande, Brazil, 1911-22 ; in business since 1922 ; act. 
cons. agt. at Rio Grande 1918-23 ; app. cons. agt. at 
Rio Grande Dec. 18, 1923; married. 

Bower, Koy Edgar Belknap. — b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
June 9, 1894; Univ. of Calif., B. A. 1917: Univ. of 
Montpellier, France, 1919; U. S. Army 1917-19, 



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overseas service ; research asst. 1919-20 ; app. v. c. at 
Southampton Feb. 17, 1921 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Feb. 5, 1927 ; 
assigned to Southampton Feb. 14, 1927 ; to Singapore 
Aug. 26, 1929 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to 
Singapore Aug. 15, 1930. 

ttBowerman, Paul. — b. Musl<egon, Mich., Sept. 16, 
1S98; Dartmouth, A. B. 1920; U. S. Army 1918, 2d 
It. ; instructor in Robert Coll., Constantinople, 1920- 
21 ; contributor to magazines 1921-22 ; app., after 
exam., cons. asst. Feb. 26, 1923 ; v. c. at Berlin 
Apr. 27, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned as v. c. at Ottawa Aug. 18, 1927 ; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Ottawa May 17, 1928 ; 
to Zagreb May 28, 1929 ; class seven May 9, 1930 ; 
to Saloniki May 10, 1932 ; resigned June 30, 1933 ; 
married. 

Bowers, Blanche (Mrs.) — 6. Lapeer, Mich. ; high sch. 
grad. ; Ypsilanti State Normal Sch. grad. ; studied 
languages and literature in Paris, Florence, and 
Barcelona three yrs. ; cllj., Dept. of Com., 1918-22 ; 
app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State Nov. 1, 
1922; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Nov. 1, 
1927; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act).— DCR. 

Bowers, Claude Gernade.- — h. Hamilton Co., Ind., 
Nov. 20, 1878 ; attended public schs. ; private tutors ; 
editorial writer 1901-0 ; meai. of Bureau of Public 
Improvements. Terre Haute, 1906-11 ; sec. to mem. 
of Cong. 1911-17; editor of newspaper 1917-23; 
editorial writer 1923-31 ; political columnist 1931- 
33 ; author ; app. A.E. and P. to Spain Apr. 6, 1933 ; 
married. 

Bowman, Howard Arthur. — b. Clyde, N. Y., Jan. 11, 
1894 ; Univ. of Pa., B. S. 1917 ; Am. Ambulance Ser. 
with French Army 1917-19 ; app., after exam., cons. 
asst. Sept. 15, 1919; v. c. at Danzig Jan. 29, 1921; 
V. c. of career of class three, Nov. 17, 1921, and 
assigned to Danzig ; to Saloniki Nov. 19, 1923 ; class 
two May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Trieste Oct. 6, 1924 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Trieste May 23, 1929 ; to 
Sault Ste. Marie Jan. 3, 1931 ; class seven Feb. 4, 
1931 ; to Mexican May 24, 1932 ; married. 

Bowman, Thomas DeWitt. — 6. Pacific, Mo., Mar. 14, 
1886 ; Marvin Coll. Inst., Fredericktown, Mo., 1901-3 ; 
William Jewell Coll., A. B. 1907 ; printer two yrs. ; 
publisher of weekly newspaper three yrs. ; app. v. and 
dep. cons, at Nogales Dec. 21, 1911; app., after exam., 
cons, at Fernie Dec. 29, 1914 ; cons, of class nine by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned to Frontera Dec. 
27, 1915; class eight Sept. 14, 1917; class six Sept. 
5, 1919; assigned to Monterrey Oct. 1, 1919; class 
five June 4, 1920 ; class four Nov. 23, 1921 ; detailed 
to Mexico City July 18, 1922 ; class three Mar. 1, 
1923 ; cons. gen. of class four June 5, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Budapest as cons. June 6, 1925 ; as cons. gen. July 8, 
1926 ; cons. gen. at Belfast Nov. 16, 1926 ; class two 
July 24, 1930 ; assigned to Santiago, Chile, Dec. 16, 
1930 ; to Mexico City Mar. 27, 1933 ; married. 



Bowman, Winne H. (Mrs.) — b. Chicago, 111. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. and art sch. ; app. 
elk., temp., at $960 in the Dept. of State May 1, 
1919 ; permanently at $900 Feb. 1, 1921 ; at $1,000 
Aug. 16. 1921 ; at $1,100 Feb. 1, 1924 ; at $1,200 May 
3J, 1924, effective June 1; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930.— A-C/C. 

Boyce, Richard Fyfe. — b. Lansing, Mich., Mar. 24, 
1896 ; Harvard, A. B. 1918 ; Harvard Sch. of Business 
Admin. 1919-20 ; Canadian Army 1918-19, overseas 
service ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three May 24, 1920 ; assigned to Kingston, Jamaica, 
Aug. 2, 1920 ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; assigned to 
Nassau Mar. 24, 1922 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; cons, 
of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed to the Dept. 
Mar. 26, 1924 ; class six June 3, 1924 ; assigned to 
Hamilton, Ont., June 23, 1924 ; app. For. Ser. officer 
of class seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Sept. 29, 1927 ; 
assigned to Nuevo Laredo June 29, 1928; class flvet 
May 9, 1930 ; assigned to Barcelona Apr. 28, 1931 ; 
married. 

Boyle, Lewis Vincell. — b. Obion, Tenn., Aug. 31, 
1886; Stanford, A. B. 1909, A. M. 1910; Harvard 
Sch. of Business Admin., M. B. A. 1917 ; statistical 
expert 1911-15 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt. ; app., 
after exam., cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919; de- 
tailed to Havre Nov. 4, 1919 ; assigned to Durban 
Nov. 19, 1920 ; on detail at Lourengo Marques July 
10-19, 1922; assigned to Tahiti Sept. 21, 1923; For. 
Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; class seven 
Sept. 29, 1927 ; assigned to Prescott May 17, 1929 
(canceled) ; to Agua Prieta Sept. 27, 1929; class six 
July 24, 1930. 

Boyle, Walter Fabien. — 6. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 14, 
1875 ; Houghton Inst. grad. ; post office elk. 1895-- 
1903; 2d Ga. Volunteer Infantry 1898; postmaster, 
Philippine Is., 1904-6; elk.. Post Office Dept., 1906- 
14 ; app., after exam., cons, at Ceiba Apr. 24, 1914 ; 
cons, of class nine by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class eight Sept. 17, 1915, and assigned to Puerto 
Cortes ; to Mexican Apr. 15, 1918 ; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; detailed to San Luis 
Potosf Feb. 7, 1922 ; assigned to San Luis Potosf 
Oct. 2, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 
1924 ; class five Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Auckland 
Mar. 19, 1925 ; class four July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Braddock, Daniel McCoy. — 6. Little Rock, Ark., 
Apr. 5, 1906; Kenyon Coll., A. B. and M. A. 1926; 
L'ficole Libre des Sciences Politiques 1926-27 ; law 
elk. 1928-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. e. of career Mar. 26, 1929 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. May 1, 1929 ; to Medan July 10, 
1929 ; to Barcelona Jan. 8, 1932 ; married. 

Bradford, Leonard George. — b. Calumet, Mich., Apr. 
15, 1894 ; Harvard one yr. ; Christ Church Coll., Ox- 
ford, two and one-half yrs. ; Univ. of Paris, LL. B. 
1923, LL. M. 1924 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Leg. at Prague May 11, 1920 ; in Am. 
Consulate at Prague July 1921 ; v. c. at Prague Sept. 



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20, 1921 ; resigned Oct. 20, 1922 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate General at Paris Mar. 19, 1923 ; v. c. at 
Paris July 21, 1925; at Havre Dec. 29, 1925; at 
Goteborg Oct. 21, 1926; at Rome Mar. 13, 1928; at 
Turin Apr. 15, 1930 (canceled). 

tfBradford, Robert Ransom. — &. Omaha, Nebr., Sept. 
6, 1S85 ; attended schs. of U. S. and Germany ; Phillips 
Andover grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1907 ; lumber busi- 
ness 1907-13 ; app., after exam., cons, of class eight 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; detailed to Havre Nov. 3, 1917 ; as- 
signed to Catania July 26, 1918 ; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; assigned to Casablanca Dec. 27, 1921 ; For, 
Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; detailed to 
Rio de Janeiro Aug. 11, 1924; class six Oct. 20, 1926; 
assigned to Iquique Mar. 3, 1928 ; to Messina July 2, 
1929 ; class five July 24, 1930 ; assigned to Breslau 
Apr. 9, 1931 ; retired June 30, 1933, under the pro- 
visions of the act of Feb. 23, 1931. 

Bradshaw, Charlotte. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; in private firm 
1913-18 ; in Govt, depts. 1918-24 ; app. elk. at $1,320 
in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1924 ; at $1,380 Dec. 1, 
1925; at $1,500 Feb. 16, 1926; at $1,620 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1928 ; at $1,920 
July 1, 1930.— A-C/C. 

Brady, Austin C. — b. Topeka, Kans., May 8, 1877; 
high sch. grad. ; preparatory course ; newspaper re- 
porter, editor, owner, and corr. in U. S. and Mexico 
1895-1917 ; app. v. c. at Manzanillo Nov. 26, 1917 ; 
app., after exam., cons, of class eight Feb. 18, 1918 ; 
assigned to Manzanillo Mar. 6, 1918 ; detailed to the 
Dept. Aug. 31, 1918 ; assigned to Punta Arenas, Chile, 
Mar. 15, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to 
Saltillo July 27, 1923; assigned to Saltillo Oct. 2, 
1923 ; unasslgued from Jan. 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Malaga Feb. 4, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven 
July 1, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 1925 : class five May 
9. 1930 ; assigned to Edinburgh Oct. 3, 1930. 

Brady, Francis Murray (Capt.) — 6. Yonkers, N. Y., 
July 7, 1896 ; high sch. grad. ; Columbia Univ. 
1914-17; entered U. S. Army May 12, 1917; as- 
signed as asst. mil. att. at Rome and asst. mil. att. 
for air at Rome and .\thens May 12, 1931 ; married. 

Bragonier, Reginald, Jr. — &. Baltimore, Md., Mar. 

19, 1907 ; Oilman Country Sch. grad. ; Yale, B. A. 
1928 ; Columbia Univ., summer 1929 ; instructor, The 
Hill Sch., 1928-30 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. offi- 
cer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Warsaw Jan. 

20. 1932 ; at Berlin Jan. 7, 1933 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Apr. 22, 1933. — FSS. 

Brammeier, Alsace-Lorraine. — 6. Rosebud, Mont. ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1930-31 ; 
app. elk., temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Feb. 
2, 1931 ; permanently June 23, 1931 ; at $1,440 Feb. 
1, 1932.— SS. 

Bramwell, Kathryn Genevieve. — 6. Bethlehem, Pa. ; 
high sch. grad. ; stenog. and typist 1925-28 ; app. elk. 
at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Sept. 1, 1928 ; at 



.$1,620 Mar. 1, 1930; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at 
$2,000 July 6, 1931. — DO. 

Brand, Norton Franklin. — 6. Faribault, Minn., May 
5, 1869 ; high sch. grad. ; attended divinity sch. two 
and one-half yrs. ; Univ. of Minn., LL. B. 1896; law 
practice six yrs. ; chief insp.. Forestry Service, two 
yrs. ; editor of Official Gazette, Philippine Is., four 
yrs. ; mgr. for company in Canada four yrs. ; law 
editor 1911-16 ; pastor two yrs. ; app., after exam., 
cons, of class eight, Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to 
Salina Cruz Nov. 5, 1917; to Fernie Aug. 31, 1918; 
app. Fur. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
a.s cons, at Calgary May 15, 1933 ; married. 

Brandt, George Louis. — b. Washington, D. C, Sept. 
23, 1892 ; attended business high sch. ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. one yr. ; private tutors one yr. ; stenog., 
Washington Navy Yard, 1907-15 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in Turkey Mar. 24, 1915 ; at Cairo 
Mar. 13, 1916; app. cons. asst. Mar. 23, 1919, and 
detailed to the Dept. ; v. c. of career of class three 
Dec. 31, 1919, and assigned to Alexandria ; class two 
May 24, 1920; class one Nov. 17, 1921; cons, of class 
seven JuLo 22, 1922 ; detailed to Messina Sept. 5. 
1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
class seven Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. Oct. 
29, 1924 ; asst. chief. Visa Office, Dec. 1, 1924 ; chief 
June 1, 1927 ; class six June 30, 1927 ; assigned to 
Beirut June 20, 1928 ; class five May 23, 1929 ; as- 
signed to Cologne June 25, 1930 ; class four Feb. 4, 
1931 ; to Genoa June 11, 1932 ; married. 

Brandt, John. — 6. St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 28, 1908; 
Univ. of N. C, A. B. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Bluefiekls Nov. 18, 1930 ; v. c. at Bluefields May 
18, 1931 ; at Barranquilla Nov. 13, 1931. 

Brasse, Arthur Henry. — 5. Strongsville, Ohio, Aug. 
11, 1892 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; corr. 
course in accountancy ; rural mail carrier 1910-12 ; 
elk.. Govt, depts., 1914-28 ; salesman Feb.-Nov. 
1928 ; app. chief of fiscal control section, Bu. of Ac- 
counts, at $2,600 in the Dept. of State Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
at $2,800 July 1, 1930 ; at $2,900 Jan. 1, 1931 ; 
married. — BA. 

Brauner, John Joseph. — 6. Strasburg, Germany, 
Feb. 22, 1898 ; Am. citizen ; St. Joseph's Acad. ; Win- 
throp Teachers Sch. 1916-17; Western Coll., Gunni- 
son, Colo., 1920-22 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., 
B. F. S. 1926 ; George Washington Law Sch. 1929- : 
mem. of bar of D. C. ; S. A. T. C, Clarkson Coll.. 
1918 ; teacher in public sch. 1917-18, 1919-20 ; elk.. 
Navy Dept., 1924-25 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. 
of State Feb. 10. 1925; at $1,680 Nov. 16, 1925; at 
$1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1928 ; at $2,300 June 1, 1929 ; acting chief, law sec- 
tion, at $3,200 May 1, 1930 ; chief Sept. 1, 1930 ; 
married. — HA. 

Breen, Mary Agnes. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended business high sch. and Notre Dame Acad. ; 
stenog. two yrs. ; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the 
Dept. of State Feb. 19, 1915 ; permanently, at $1,000 
under Ex. order June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at 



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$1,200 Dec. 1, 1917 ; at $1,400 Nov. 5, 1921 ; at $1,680 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $1,800 Doc. 1. 

1925 ; at $1,860 May 1, 1927 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 ; stenog., Int. 
Conf. on Safety of Life at Sea, London, 1929 ; at 
$2,300 July 1, 1930.— U. 

Brennan, Charles Joseph. — b. North Adams, Mass., 
Aug. 14, 1904 ; Holy Cross Coll. and Woodstock Coll., 
Yonkers, N. Y. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 
1927 ; elk. and asst. mgr., export invoice dept., mfg. 
firm, 1924-25 ; asst. librarian and asst. prof, of 
practical Am. govt., Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., 
1927-28 ; app. v. c. at Amoy June 18, 1929 ; at 
Foochow, temp., Nov. 8, 19.30 ; at Amoy Dec. 20, 
1930; at Chefoo Sept. 26, 1931. 

Brennan, Earl. — 6. Westmoreland, N. H., Nov. 11, 
1899 ; studied languages in Italy and Germany ; 
American Univ. ; National Univ., LL. B. 1920, LL. M., 
M. P. L. 1921 ; mem. of bar of N. H. ; asst. sec, 
chamber of com., 1917-18 ; elk., War Dept., 1918-21 ; 
elk. in Am. Consulate at Florence 1921-22 ; app. v. c. 
at Florence Apr. 29, 1922 ; at Stettin July 17, 1924 ; 
at Goteborg Feb. 28, 1925 ; at Rome Sept. 24, 1925 ; 
at Goteborg Mar. 13, 1928 (canceled) ; at St. Stephen 
Aug. 9, 1928 ; at Campbellton, temp.. May 3, 1929 ; 
at St. Stephen May 31, 1929 ; at Moncton, temp., 
Oct. 11, 1929 ; at Winnipeg Nov. 15, 1930. 

Brent, Joseph Lancaster. — 6. Baltimore, Md., June 

30, 1903 ; Gilman Sch. ; Princeton, A. B. 1925 ; elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Sault Ste. Marie Sept. 1926 ; 
app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Feb. 5, 1927 ; assigned to Sault Ste. 
Marie Feb. 14, 1927; to the For. Ser. Sch. Oct. 
6, 1927; to Cairo July 10, 1928; as language officer 
to the consulate general at Paris Oct. 1, 1930 ; 
also V. c. at Paris May 1, 1931; v. c. at Jerusalem 
Apr. 20, 1933 ; married. 

Brett, Homer. — b. Scooba, Miss., Sept. 1, 1877 ; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; Miss. Agric. 
and Mech. Coll. ; post-office elk. 1897 ; 1st Miss. 
Volunteer Infantry 1898 ; railway mail elk. 1899- 
1907 ; postal service. Isthmian Canal Commn., 1907-11 ; 
app., after exam., cons, at Maskat Aug. 19, 1911 ; at 
Tenerife Sept. 18, 1913 ; cons, of class eight by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven Mar. 2, 1915, and 
assigned to La Guaira ; resigned June 3, 1919 ; app. 
cons. agt. at Caracas Oct. 21, 1919; resigned Mar. 

31, 1920 ; reinstated as cons, of class seven May 18, 
1920; detailed to the Dept. May 25, 1920; assigned 
to Tacna July 1, 1920 ; to Arica Oct. 9, 1920 ; to 
Iquique June 14, 1921 ; class six Nov. 21, 1921 ; 
class five Mar. 1, 1923 ; assigned to Bahia Mar. 30, 
1923; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924; class 
five Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Nottingham Feb. 20, 

1926 ; to Bristol, temp., July 7, 1928 ; to Milan Sept. 
5, 1928; class four Dec. 31, 1929 ; representative, 13th 
Annual Fair of Milan, 1932 ; married. 



Breuer, Carl. — b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1906; 
Salisbury Sch. grad. ; Princeton, B. S. 1929, grad. 
work 1930-31 ; bank elk., Paris, 1929-30 ; app., after 
exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931; assigned as 
V. c. at Zurich Jan. 20, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Nov. 29, 1932; to Port-au-Prince Mar. 31, 1933. 

Bridge, Henry Poynton. — b. Wanganui, New Zea- 
land, Dec. 22, 1874 ; Wanganui Boys' Sch. ; executive 
positions in New Zealand nineteen yrs. ; public 
accountant, auditor, and trade assignee fourteen yrs. ; 
app. cons. agt. at Christchurch Apr. 5, 1921 ; resigned 
Mar. 7, 1927 ; reapp. cons. agt. at Christchurch Mar. 
31, 1928. 

Briggs, Ellis Ormsbee. — b. Watertown, Mass., Dec. 
1, 1899 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1921 ; newspaper corr. 
1919-20 ; instructor in geography and Eng., Robert 
Coll., Constantinople, 1921-23 ; contributor to maga- 
zines 1923-25 ; special representative of magazine 
1924-25 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
Sept. 11, 1925 ; v. c. of career May 20, 1926 ; assigned 
to Callao-Lima May 25, 1926 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Lima May 28, 
1928 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Dec. 31, 1929 ; class seven July 1, 1931 ; 
married. — WE. 

Briggs, Lawrence Palmer. — b. Manton, Mich., Oct. 
17, 1880; Univ. of Mich., A. B. 1905; Univ. of 
Chicago, A. M. 1908 ; supt. of public sch. 1900-1903 ; 
instructor in hist, and govt. 190.5-6, 1908-10 ; Univ. 
of Calif., teaching fellow, 1910-11, traveling fellow 
in Europe, 1911-12 ; instructor, Pa. State Coll., 1912- 
14 ; app., after exam., cons, at Saigon Apr. 27, 1914 ; 
cons, of class nine by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class eight Apr. 16, 1917 ; assigned to Rangoon Apr, 
21, 1917 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Rivifere 
du Loup Aug. 10, 1920; to Nuevitas Mar. 5, 1923; 
For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Bahia Oct. 2, 1929 ; class six July 24, 1930. 



Brist, George Louis. — b. Hill Settlement, Wis., June 
29, 1878 ; attended business sch. and George Wash- 
ington Law Sch. ; mgr. of store ; map distributor, 
Dept. of Agric, 1896-97 ; app. laborer in the Dept. 
of State Mar. 2, 1897 ; elk. at $900 Nov. 1, 1899 ; at 
$1,200 Oct. 11, 1901 ; at $1,400 June 15, 1904 ; at 
$1,600 Mar. 4, 1907 ; at $1,800 Nov. 2, 1908 ; spe- 
cial asst. at $2,000 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 
1920 ; act. chief, Division of Passport Control, June 
9, 1920 ; at $2,500 Mar. 1, 1921 ; at $3,000 June 17, 
1921, effective July 1 ; act. chief. Division of Pass- 
port Control, Aug. 17, 1922 ; chief Nov. 1, 1922 ; 
at $3,300 July 1, 1924 ; app. v. c. at St. Stephen Oct. 
28, 1925 ; married. 

Bristol, Arthur Le Roy (Capt.) — b. Charleston, 
S. C. July 15, 1886; Charleston Cull. 1901-2; 
U.S.N.A., grad. 1906 ; assigned as naval att. at London 
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Brockway, Lillian Gorton. — b. Washington, D. C. ; 
high sch. grad. ; stenog.-clk. 1927-30 ; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 6, 1930; 
permanently Aug. 8, 1930; at $1,620 Feb. 9, 1931.— 
SS. 

Brodie, Edward Everett. — b. Fort Stevens, Oreg., 
Mar. 12, 1876; high sch. and business sch. grad.; 
Univ. of Oreg. 1894-95 ; newspaper reporter 1901-3 ; 
newspaper publisher and owner since 1908 ; app. 
E. E. and M. P. to Siam Oct. 8, 1921 ; resigned 
June 23, 1925 ; app. E. E. and M. P. to Finland 
Jan. 31. 1930 ; married. 

Bronson, Edith Vernita. — b. Reinbeck, Iowa ; high 
sch. and business sch. grad. ; In private firm 1924-25 ; 
elk., Bu. of Internal Revenue, 1926-27 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Apr. 1, 1927 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 1928; at 
$1,620 Feb. 1, 1929 ; stenog., London Naval Conf., 
1930; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Aug. 4, 
1931.— SS. 

Brookhart, Charles E. — b. Washington, Iowa, Sept. 
13, 1898 ; Iowa State Coll., B. S. ; U. S. Army 1917- 
19 ; special investigation for Bu. of Plant Industry, 
Dept. of Agric, 1924; newspaper work three yrs. ; 
app. asst. trade commr. at Winnipeg July 2, 1928 ; 
trade commr. at Winnipeg Sept. IG. 1929; assigned 
to For. Ser. Division of Dept. of Com. in Washington 
Mar. 24, 1930 ; act. cml. att. at Bangkok Jan. 1931 ; 
cml. att. at Bangkok Dec. 4, 1931. 

Brooks, Russell Mott. — b. Salem, Oreg., Aug. 23, 
1890; Oreg. Agric. Coll. 1909; Univ. of Oreg. 1911- 
13 ; Willamette Univ., LL. B. 1917 ; mem. of bar of 
Oreg. ; law practice 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; app. 
V. c. at Rotterdam July 9, 1919 ; at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne Dec. 24, 1920; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Newcastle- 
on-Tyne June 23, 1922 ; to Dresden Sept. 7, 1922 ; to 
Belfast Apr. 19, 1924 ; class two May 10, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Belfast Aug. 24, 1927 ; to Lon- 
don Apr. 5. 19^0 ; elates seven July 24, 1930 ; to 
Curacao June 29, 1933 ; married. 

Brown, Alice M.— b. Salt Lake City, Utah; Univ. 
of Utah, M. A. 1927 ; George Washington Univ., grad. 
work 1927-28 ; American Univ., Ph. D. 1933 ; teacher 
in jr. high sch. 1928-29, 1930 ; draftsman, Census 
Bu., 1929-30; research asst., Civil Ser. Commn., 
July-Oct. 1930; app. -archive asst. at $1,800 in the 
Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1930; at $2,000 Aug. 29, 
1931.— HA. 

Brown, James Elwyn, Jr. — b. Sewickley, Pa., Apr. 
6, 1902; St. Pauls Sch.; Yale, B. A. 1925; L'ficole 
Libre des Sciences Politiques 1925-27 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
May 17, 1928"; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 
1928 ; to Mexico City Oct. 10. 1928 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Oct. 15, 1931 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Santo 
Domingo Oct. 29, 1931 ; married. 



Brown, Robert West. — b. Lynchburg, Va., Sept. 14, 
1881 ; unskilled laborer, Washington Navy Yard, 
1917-21 ; app. laborer in the Dept. of State Aug. 13, 
1921.— CC. 

Brown, Robert Young. ^ — b. Dothan, Ala., May 20, 
1905; Ala. Polytech. Inst., B. S. 1926; 2d It., O. R. 
C. ; instructor in hist., Ala. Polytech. Inst., 1925-26; 
elk. and mgr. touring bureau 1927-28 ; app., after 
exam., For Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 21, 
1928; to Baghdad Nov. 5, 1928; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Feb. 4, 1931 ; as.'iigned also as 3d sec. at Bagh- 
dad May 18, 1931 ; as v. c. at Cairo May 24, 1932. 

Brown, William Harris. — b. South Plainfleld, N. J., 
Dec. 25, 1890 ; business sch. grad. ; stenog. and sec. 
1909-17; U. S. Army 1917-21; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Port au Prince Aug. 19, 1921 ; v. c. at 
Port au Prince Dec. 27, 1921 ; at Halifax Apr. 17, 
1923; resigned Sept. 10, 1923; reapp. v. c. at Halifax 
Dec. 28, 1923; at Sherbrooke Aug. 30, 1930; at St. 
Stephen Jan. 8, 1932 ; married. 

Browne, Sidney Hand. — b. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 31, 
1901 ; Kent Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1923 ; grad. work, 
Columbia, 1925-26 ; elk., steamship company, 1923-24 ; 
salesman 1924-25 ; elk.. Library of Cong., 1927 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career July 5, 1927; assigned to the For. .Ser. Sch. 
Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Antofagasta Mar. 8, 1928 ; sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930; assigned as v. c. at 
Rotterdam Aug. 16, 1930 ; married. 

Broy, Charles Clinton. — b. Sperryville, Va., July 2!), 
1887 ; Roanoke Coll., A. B. 1906, A. M. 1907 ; Prince- 
ton, A. M. 1908 ; National Univ. Law Sch. 1924-25 ; 
elk. 1908-9; app., after exam., eons. asst. July 19, 
1909 ; V. and dep. cons. gen. at Boma Sept. 1, 1900 ; 
V. and dep. cons, at Milan Mar. 16, 1911 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Sept. 5, 1913 ; app. v. e. at Dublin May 
25, 1916 ; cons, of class eight July 12, 1916 ; assigned 
to Karachi Aug. 3, 1916 (canceled) ; detailed to Lon- 
don Oct. 19, 1918 ; representative, Int. Conf. on Pass- 
port Control, London, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; 
resigned Nov. 16, 1919 ; reapp. cons, of class six Nov. 
15, 1920; assigned to Lille Dec. 13, 1920; to Cher- 
bourg July 21, 1921 ; to proceed to Washington Sept. 
9, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
class six Aug. 8, 1924 ; mem., Inter-dept. Committee 
on Codification of Navigation Laws, 1926-27 ; as- 
signed to Nassau Dec. 15, 1926 ; to London Sept. 12, 
1929 ; class five Dec. 19, 1929 ; married. 

Bruins, John Herman, — b. Coopersville, Mich., May 
5. 1896; Hamilton Coll., A. B. 1918; U. S. Army 
1918-19 ; 2d It., O. R. C. ; financial and credit inves- 
tigator 1919-23 ; app., after exam., eons. asst. Aug. 
28, 1923; detailed to the Dept. Sept. 5, 1923; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Riga 
Sept. 17, 1924; to Singapore May 27, 1926; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Singapore May 23, 1929 ; 



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to Southampton Aug. 26, 1929 ; class seven Feb. 4, 
1931 ; to Hamburg Oct. 20, 1931 ; married. 

Bruner, Glen Willard. — b. Red Cloud, Nebr., Aug. 
22, 1897; Colo. Agrlc. Coll., B. S. 1917; Univ. of 
Grenoble 1919 ; Northwestern Univ., M. A. 1927 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19 ; teacher in high sch. 1919-20 ; educa- 
tional work in Japan 1920-31 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Nagasaki Aug. 1, 1931 ; v. c. at Nagasaki 
Oct. 30, 1931 ; married. 

tfBrunswick, William Washington. — b. New York, 
City, Oct. 17, 1872 ; attended business sch. ; Kaus. 
State Teachers Coll. 1892-96 ; National Sch. of Ora- 
tory, Philadelphia, B. O. 1898 ; grad. work. Pa. State 
Normal, 1899 ; studied languages in Berlin 1905-7 ; 
teacher in public sch. 1897 ; newspaper reporter 
1900-1902 ; traveled in Europe 1903-4 ; asst. sec. Am. 
Chamber of Com., Berlin, 1905-6 ; app. v. and dep. 
cons, at Barmen Apr. 24, 1907 ; at Chemnitz Feb. 10, 
1909 ; at St. Etienne Dec. 21, 1912 ; at Limoges Mar. 
18, 1914 ; V. c. at Limoges by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; at Havre Jan. 27, 1916 ; cons, of class eight 
Feb. 19, 1918 ; assigned to La Rochelle Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Niagara Falls Oct. 23, 
1924 ; to Barbados M'ar. 6, 1928 ; to Lisbon Feb. 21, 
1931 ; retired Aug. 31, 1932, under the provisions of 
the act of Feb. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Bryan, Rose Sachs (Mrs.) — &. New York City; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; stenog. 1928-29 ; 
elk. in Post Office Dept. 1929, in Dspt. of State Jan.- 
July 1930, in Veterans' Bu. 19.30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Aug. 16, 1930 ; at $1,020 May 1, 
1931. — FA. 

Buckley, Delia Tumulty (Mrs.) — 6. Roscommon, 
Ireland ; naturalized ; Convent of Mercy, Roscommon, 
grad. 1911 ; attended business sch. ; elk. 1917-18, in 
U. S. Food Admin. Mar.-Nov. 1918 ; app. elk., temp., 
at $1,020 in the Dept. of State Nov. 23, 1918; at 
$960 July 1, 1919; at $1,000 Dec. 16, 1919; at $1,100 
Mar. 1, 1924 ; at $1,200 May 31, 1924, effective June 
1; at $1,440 July 1, 1924; at $1,500 May 1, 1926; 
at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 
1, 1928; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Bucklin, George Augustus. — b. West Hartford, Mo., 
Oct. 5, 1875 ; Univ. of Okla., B. A. 1903 ; Yale, M. A. 
1904 ; law elk. 1896, 1897 ; instructor in economics 
and sociology, Univ. of Okla., 1904-6; app., after 
exam., cons, at Glauchau July 16, 1906; at San Luis 
I'otosf June 10, 1908 ; cons. gen. at Guatemala June 
24, 1910 ; cons, at Bordeaux Feb. 6, 1914 ; cons, of 
class five by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class four 
Nov. 18, 1918; detailed to Paris Oct. 6, 1919; to 
Coblenz Oct. 4, 1920 ; to Acapulco Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
asaigued to Acapulco Oct. 2, 1923 ; to Sault Ste. Marie 
May 8, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Victoria July 23. 1924 ; class four 
Feb. 24, 1925; class three July 24, 1930; married. 

Bucknell, Howard, Jr.— 6. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 17, 
1899 ; attended sch. in U. S. and Switzerland and 
business sch. ; Univ. of Ga. one and one-half yrs. ; 



U. S. Army 1918, It. ; app., after exam., student 
interpreter in China Sept. 8, 1919 ; v. c. at Chungking 
May 10, 1921 ; at Peking Nov. 3, 1921 ; v. c. and 
Interpreter at Changsha Dec. 8, 1921 ; at Canton Nov. 
13, 1922 ; cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; detailed 
to Shanghai (asst. mixed court assessor) Jan. 28, 
1924 ; lor. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
sr. mixed court assessor Apr. 30, 1925 ; class seven 
Oct. 20, 1926 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 5, 1927 ; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Peiping Feb. 10, 1927 ; class 
six May 23, 1929 ; representative of Am. min. to 
China in negotiations with regard to Provisional 
Court, Shanghai, Dec. 1929-Feb. 1930 ; assigned to 
Panama June 13, 1930 ; class five Feb. 4, 1931 ; as- 
signed as 2d sec. at Belgrade May 21, 1932 ; married. 

Buell, Robert Lewis. — 5. Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 6, 
1898 ; Phillips Exeter grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1919 ; 
Am. Field Ser. in France 1917-18 ; French Army 
1918-19; reconstruction work in France 1920-21; 
with export firm 1920-21 ; asst. treas., wholesale firm, 
1921-24 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer un- 
class. Mar. 20, 1925 ; v. c. of career and assigned to 
Calcutta Sept. 2, 1925 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 
25, 1927 ; assigned as 3d sec. at London Apr. 7, 
1927; at Stockholm, temp., May 20, 1930; class eight 
and cons. July 24, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Lon- 
don Oct. 9, 1930 ; at Peiping Dec. 8, 1930 ; also as 
cons, at Tientsin Jan. 23, 1931 ; cons, at Colombo 
June 19, 1933. 

Buffum, David Harry. — &. Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 
15, 1895; Phillips Exeter; Yale 1914-17; U. S. 
.\rmy 1917-19 ; newspaper reporter 1919-23 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Danzig July 1923 ; at Leghorn 
Feb. 7, 1928 ; v. c. at Leghorn Mar. 19, 1928 ; at 
Palermo Dec. 23, 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Aug. 16, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Palermo 
Aug. 30, 1930; married. 

Buhrman, Parker Wilson, — h. Botetourt Co., Va., 
Sept. 5, 1885 ; Randolph-Macon Acad. ; Randolph- 
Macon, A. B. 1910; Washington and Lee, LL. B. 1916; 
mem. of bar of Va. ; wholesale and retail business 
1900-1904 ; teacher in high sch. 1910-14 ; law practice 
1916-18 ; app., after exam., cons, of class eight Apr. 
30, 1918; assigned to MalmO Aug. 31, 1918; detailed 
to Helsingfors Apr. 25, 1919 ; mem. of Inter-AUied 
Trade Commn. for Finland 1919 ; class seven Sept 
5, 1919 ; assigned to Ceiba Sept. 16, 1920 ; to Sura- 
baya Feb. 10, 1921 ; class six Aug. 23, 1922 ; assigned 
to Aleppo Apr. 28, 1923 ; class five June 3, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Feb. 2, 1925 ; chief, Passport Division, 
Mar. 1, 1927 ; class five May 17, 1928 ; assigned to 
Berlin June 27, 1928 ; to Casablanca Nov. 19, 1929 ; 
class four July 24, 1930. 

Bullitt, William Christian. — 6. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Jan. 2-y, ISQl ; Yale, A. B. 1912; Harvard Law Sch. 
one yr. ; newspaper work 1915-17 ; elk. in Dept. of 
State 1917-18 ; attached to Am. Commn. to Nego- 
tiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19; special mission to Rus- 
sia 1919; editor 1921; author; app. special asst. to 



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the sec. of state, temp., at $8,000 Apr. 20, 1033 ; 
piimanently June 2, 1933 ; executive officer, Int. 
Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 1933. — SA. 

Burbank, Virginia Katharine. — 6. Chicago, 111. ; 
Univ. of Wis., summer 1929; Royal Italian Univ., 
Perugia, Italy, summer 1930 ; George Washington, 
A. B. 1931 ; app. editorial asst. at $1,500 in the Dept. 
of State Apr. 1, 1927; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,800 Aug. 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 May 1, 
1929 ; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Burdett, William Carter. — b. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 
3, 1884 ; attended high sch. ; Univ. of Tenn. one yr. ; 
U. S. Army, Philippine Insurrection, 1900-1903; en- 
gineer in So. Amer. 1903-6 ; explorer 1907 ; mining 
1908-16; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt. ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to 
Ensenada Nov. 1, 1919 ; class six Nov. 19, 1921 ; as- 
signed to Seville May 17, 1922 ; class five Dec. 19, 
1923; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924; 
assigned to Brussels Aug. 19, 1925 ; class five Aug. 31, 
1925 ; class four Oct. 16, 1929 ; assigned to Callao- 
Lima Apr. 17, 1930 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Callao- 
Lima Oct. 18, 1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 4, 
1932 ; assigned also as 1st sec. at Lima May 12, 1932 ; 
married. 

Burg, Joseph Paul. — 5. Hollidaysburg, Pa., Nov. 26, 
1868 ; attended high sch. in U. S. and Germany ; Holy 
Ghost Coll. (now Duquesne Univ.) 1882-85; George- 
town, LL. B. 1S94 ; mem. of bar of Pa. ; sec. to mem. 
of Cong. 1891-1911 ; v. and dep. cons, at Reichenberg 
1911-12 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1912-20 ; app. elk. 
at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 31, 1920, 
effective Jan 1, 1921 ; at $1,200 Dec. 12, 1921 ; 
at $1,400 Apr. 1, 1924 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1924 ; 
at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1025 ; at $1,800 Nov. 1, 1927 ; 
at $1,860 July 1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 
July 1, 1930; at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act).— A-C/C. 

Burke, Gordon Lee. — 6. Shanghai, China, of Am. 
parents, Dec. 16, 1893 ; private tutors in China ; 
Branham and Hughes Prep. Sch. grad. ; Vanderbilt, 
A. B. 1915 : U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It. ; hardware 
business 1919-21 ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Changsha 
June 1921 ; v. c. at Changsha Nov. 22, 1922 ; at Swa- 
tow Mar. 3, 1923 ; at Hankow May 13, 1924 ; at 
Nanking, temp., July 30, 1925 ; at Hankow Aug. 4, 
1926 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned to Chefoo, 
temp., Sept. 19, 1927 ; as language officer at Peiping 
Apr. 20, 1928 ; as v. c. at Foochow Feb. 6, 1931 ; 
married. 

Burke, Malcolm Clayton. — b. Demopolis, Ala., July 
8. 1879; Univ. of Ala., A. B. 1899; Harvard, A. B. 
1901 ; Univ. of Munich, Ph. D. 1908 ; Univ. of Ala., 
instructor in Greek. 1901-4, assoc. and act. prof, of 
Greek. 1904-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate at Hamburg July 1924 ; v. c. at 
Hamburg Mar. 14, 1925 ; at Bremen, temp.. Mar. 15, 
1927 ; at Hamburg Apr. 30, 1927. 

Burke, Thomas Edmund. — b. Torrington, Conn., 
Feb. 14. 1898 : high sch. grad. ; St. Anselm's Coll. 
1919-20 : Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 1920-22 • 



bank elk., summer 1917 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; elk. 
steamship company, 1921 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Bombay July 21, 1922 ; v. c. at Bombay July 7, 
1923 ; at Basel Jan. 6, 1925 ; at Malmci Jan. 23. 
1926 ; at Goteborg Sept. 27, 1926 ; at Oslo Apr. 10, 
1928; at Niagara Falls May 4, 1929; at Riga Apr. 
7, 1930 ; at Ilelsingfors July 31, 1931 ; married. 

Burnham, Francis Irvine. — b. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
June 26, 1901 ; Univ. of Utah. Latter Day Saints Coll., 
Columbia Sch. of Drafting, LaSalle Extension Univ. 
law course, and Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. ; Har- 
vard, summer 1932 ; with importing company 1916- 
20 ; draftsman 1926-28 ; Bu. of Census 1929 ; drafts- 
man, Commn. of Inquiry and Conciliation, Bolivia 
and Paraguay, July-Oct. 1929 ; app. draftsman, 
temp., at $1,800 in the Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1929 ; 
permanently, Jan. 1, 1930 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930 ; 
at $2,300 Aug. 1, 1930; at $2,600 July 1, 1931; 
married. — HA. 

Burr, Walter Winthrop. — b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 
23, 1895 ; Polytech. Prep. Sch. ; U. S. Army 1916-19, 
2d It., overseas service ; accountant, oil company in 
N. Y. and Constantinople, 1919-22, in bank in Con- 
stantinople 1922-26 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Patras Apr. 15, 1927; v. c. at Patras Oct. 28, 1927: 
at Paris Jan. 8. 1930 ; at Lille, temp., June 21, 1930 ; 
at Paris July 31, 1930; at Cherbourg, temp., Jan. 2, 
1932 ; at Paris Apr. 6, 1932. 

Burri, Alfred Theodore. — b. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., Dec. 
11, 1890 ; attended business high sch. ; Mt. Hermon 
Sch. ; Harvard 1914-16 ; elk. two yrs. ; bookkeeper 
and teller in bank four yrs. ; financial sec. of Y. M. 
C. A. in Russia two yrs. ; app. v. c. at Moscow 
May 13, 1918 ; at Odessa Jan. 23, 1919 ; at Tifiis 
May 7, 1919 ; transferred to Constantinople May 3, 
1920 ; app. v. c. at Constantinople July 21, 1920 ; 
app., after exam., cons, of class seven June 9, 1921 ; 
detailed to Tananarive Feb. 10, 1922 ; to Constanti- 
nople Feb. 28, 1923 ; class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Oct. 16, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Puerto Cortes Aug. 
15, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Bar- 
ranquilla May 28, 1925 ; to Amsterdam June 26, 
1929 ; class five July 24, 1930 ; to Basel Oct. 29, 1931 ; 
married. 

Burroughs, Anna V. (Mrs.) — b. Cleveland, Ohio; 
attended high sch. ; multigraph operator in private 
firm several yrs. ; in War Dept. 1918-20 ; app. multi- . 
graph operator at $1,320 in the Dept. of State July 
14, 1924; at $1,380 Mar. 1, 1925; at $1,440 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,.560 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1928; at $1,680 July 1, 1930.— SS. 

Burrows, Arthur "William. — b. Coronel, Chile, Apr. 
3, 1883 : Chilean citizen ; attended business sch. in 
Chile : in private firm 1900-1915, 1918-29 ; farmer 
1916-17; app. act. cons. agt. at Coquimbo Jan. 
1926; cons. agt. Sept. 24, 1926; married. 

Bursley, Herbert Sidney 6. Washington, D. C, 

Sept. 25. 1896 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington 
Univ. 1914-16; elk.. Govt, depts., 1914-16; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate General at London Nov. 21, 1916 ; 



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V. c. at Loudon May 31, 1919 ; app., after fxam., cons, 
asst. Sept. 8, 1919; v. c. at Bradford Dec. 8, 1919; 
at London Dec. 31, 1919; at Dublin Apr. 22, 1920; 
at Sofia Jan. 27, 1921 ; at Constantinople Jan. 30, 
1923 ; app. v. c. of career of class three Feb. 26, 
1923 ; assigned to Constantinople Mar. 2, 1923 ; class 
two Nov. 23, 1923 ; class one May 10, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class nine and 
cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Prague Aug. 16, 1924 ; 
class eight Sept. 20, 1924 ; assigned to Belgrade Feb. 
5, 1925 ; to Sault Ste. Marie, temp., June 14, 1926 ; to 
Guaymas Sept. 8, 1926 ; class seven May 17, 1928 ; as- 
signed to SmjTua (Izmir) Dec. 4, 1929 ; class six July 
24, 1930 ; to Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 19, 1932 (can- 
celed) ; to the Dept. Jan. 19, 1933; married. — ME. 

Burt, Joseph Floyd. — 6. Fairfield, III., Dec. 12. 
1896 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
stenog. 1914-15 ; asst. dept. mgr., wholesale lirm, 
1915-17 ; elk.. War Dept., May-July 1917 ; civilian 
employee, Camp Sheridan, Ala., and Ft. Sheridan, 
111., 1917-18; U. S. Army 1918-20; elk. in Am. Mis- 
sion at Vienna 1920-21 ; in Am. Consulate at Vienna 
1921 ; V. c. at Vienna 1921-23 ; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Mar. 7, 1924 ; assigned 
to Vienna Mar. 12, 1924; to Berlin June 18, 1924; 
For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Coblenz Nov. 9, 1925 ; to Berlin Dec. 3, 1925 ; to 
Cologne, temp., Aug. 28, 1926; to Berlin Oct. 20, 
1926 ; to Rio de Janeiro Feb. 14, 1927 ; to Mamios, 
temp., Sept. 22, 1927 ; to Pernambuco, temp., Dec. 31, 
1927 ; to Bahia, temp., Feb. 15, 1928 ; to Rio de 
Janeiro Sept. 18, 1928 ; class eight, cons., and as- 
signed to Rio de Janeiro May 23, 1929 ; to Buenos 
Aires June 20, 1929 ; to Montreal Nov. 15, 1930 ; 
class seven Feb. 4, 1931 ; to Curagao July 9, 1931. 

Buss, Claude Albert. — b. Sunbury, Pa., Nov. 29, 
1903 ; Washington Missionary Coll., A. B. 1922 ; Sus- 
quehanna Univ., A. M. 1924 ; Univ. of Pa., Ph. D. 
1927 ; L'Institut des hautes fitudes Internationales 
(Carnegie fellow in int. law), L'ficole Libre des 
Sciences Politiques 1927-28 ; instructor in political 
science, Univ. of Pa., 1926-27 ; prof, of political sci- 
ence. Grove City Coll., 1928-29 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Mar. 26, 
1929; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 1, 1929; as 
language officer at Peiping Sept. 16, 1929 ; as v. c. at 
Nanking Nov. 16, 1931 ; married. 

Busser, Ralph Cox. — b. York, Pa., Jan. 3, 1875 ; 
attended business sch. ; Univ. of Pa., LL. B. 1899 ; 
mem. of bar of Pa. ; asst. sec, chamber of com., 
1899-1900 ; law practice 1900-1909 ; app., after exam., 
cons, at Erfurt May 31, 1909; at Trieste Sept. 18, 
1913 ; con.s. of class seven by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; class six July 12, 1916 ; assigned to Almeria 
July 21, 1917; to Bergen Nov. 30, 1917; detailed to 
Trieste Mar. 24. 1919; class five Sept. 5, 1919; class 
four June 4, 1920; detailed to Corunna Sept. 3, 1920; 
assigned to Plymouth Sept. 7, 1922; For. Ser. officer 
of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Cardiff Apr. 
29, 1926 ; to Leipzig Apr. 10, 1930 ; class four May 9, 
1930; married. 

Butler, Dorothy Kikloff (Mrs.)— !j. De Land, Fla. ; 
attended business sch.; Notre Dame of Md., A. B. ; 



elk., Dept. of Interior, 1900-1908 ; app. elk., temp., in 
the Dept. of State Aug. 10, 1914; permanently, at 
$1,200 under Ex. order June 22, 1916, eflfective July 
1 ; at $1,400 Aug. 1, 1918 ; at $1,600 Dec. 31, 1920, 
effective Jan. 1, 1921 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at 
$1,920 Dec. 1, 1925; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 ; file elk., London Naval 
Couf., 1930; at $2,300 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Butler, George Rowland. — 6. Chicago, 111., Feb. 6, 
1894 ; tech. high sch. giad. ; Univ. of 111., B. S. 1915 ; 
in steel company 1915-16 ; 111. State Highway Commn. 
1916 ; U. S. Army 1916-19, capt. ; civil engineer 
1919-21 ; building insp. and supt. of public works 
1921-22; real estate business 1922-26; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
Sept. 1, 1926 ; assigned to La Paz Feb. 26, 1927 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 17, 1928 ; assigned as 
3d sec. also at La Paz May 21, 1928 ; v. c. at Montreal 
Apr. 4, 1929; 3d sec. at Santiago, Chile, Apr. 26, 
1930 ; class eight and cons. Feb. 27, 1931 ; married. 

Butrick, Richard Porter. — ft. Lockport, N. Y., Aug 
6, 1894 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 1921 ; Bu. of Fisheries 
1915-17 ; Gen. Accounting Office 1917-21 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; 
assigned to Valparaiso Dec. 14, 1921 ; to Iquique 
Oct. 6, 1922 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; assigned to 
Guayaquil Dec. 3, 1923 ; class one May 10, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class nine and cons. 
Aug. 8, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned 
to Hankow Nov. 9, 1926; class seven May 17. 1928; 
class six Dec. 19, 1929 ; class five July 1, 1931 ; as- 
signed to St. John Mar. 26, 1932; to Shanghai Apr. 
:MK 1932 ; married. 

Butterworth, William Walton, Jr. — b. New Orleans, 
La., Sept. 7, 1903 ; Lawrenceville Prep. Sch. grad. ; 
Princeton, B. A. 1925 ; Univ. of Dijon, summer 1025 ; 
Rhodes scholar, Worcester Coll., Oxford, 1925-27 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career May 17, 1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. May 24, 1928; to Singapore Jan. 18, 1929; 
as For. Ser. officer at Ottawa July 15, 1932; sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. July 16, 1932 ; assigned as 3d sec. at 
Ottawa July 22, 1932 ; married. 

Byars, Winfield Scott. — 6. Marion Co., 111., Jan. 1, 
1878 ; business sch. grad. ; Norman Univ., 111., two 
yrs. ; stenog. in private and Govt, offices eight yrs. ; 
app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State Apr. 22, 
1913 ; at $1,400 Oct. 10, 1916 ; elk.. Special Commn. 
to France, Jan. 2, 1918 ; detailed to Am. Commn. to 
Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; reinstated elk. in the 
Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1919 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1924 ; 
detailed as code elk.. Special Conf. on Chinese Cus- 
toms Tariff, Peking, 1925-26; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1927; 
at $1,860 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 
1, 1928; at $2,040 July 1, 1930; at $2,100 July 2, 
1930; married.— DCR. 

Byington, Homer Morrison. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Sept. 19, 1879 ; public sch. and Wilson's CoU. Inst. ; 
studied under private tutor ; newspaper corr. 1895-97 ; 
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and dcp. cons, at Naples Sept. 19, 1900; app., after 
exam., cons. elk. Mar. 31, 1903 ; In charge of Am. 
Consulate at Naples Sept. 1-Nov. 4, 1907 ; app. cons, 
asst. July 1, 1908 ; v. and dep. cons, at Rome July 3, 
1908 ; at Bristol Feb. 8, 1909 ; cons, at Bristol May 
31, 1909 ; at Leeds Sept. 18, 1913 ; cons, of class 
eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven Mar. 
2, 1915; assigned to Hull May 22, 1917; class six 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to 
Palermo Sept. 10, 1919; to Naples Mar. 12, 1920; 
class four June 4, 1920 ; class three Nov. 23, 1921 ; 
cons. gen. of class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; reassigned to 
Naples Mar. 28, 1923 ; del.. Int. Conf. on Emigration 
and Immigration, Rome, 1924 ; class three June 5, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; 
mem. of Bd. of Review, For. Ser. Personnel, 1926 ; 
class one June 30, 1927 ; assigned to the Dept. July 
27, 1929 ; chm. of executive committee of For. Ser. 
Personnel Bd. July 27, 1929-Sept. 11, 1929; mem., 
Bd. of Examiners for the For. Ser. Sept. 11, 1929 ; 
chief. Division of For. Ser. Personnel, Dec. 30, 1929 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 10, 1931 ; mem., For. Ser. 
Officers' Training Sch. Bd., July 1, 1931 ; married. — 
FP. 

Byington, Homer Morrison, Jr. — b. Naples, Italy, of 
Am. parents. May 31, 1908 ; Phillips Andover grad. ; 
Yale, B. A. 1930 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned to the Dept., temp., Dec. 
20, 1930 ; as v. c. at Habana June 24, 1932 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 28, 1933 ; to Naples June 13, 
1933 ; married. 

Cabot, John Moors. — 6. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 11, 
1901 ; Browne and Nichols Sch. and Pomfret Sch. ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1923 ; Brasenose Coll., Oxford, B. Litt. 
1925 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Sept. 1, 1926 ; assigned to Callao- 
Lima Feb. 26, 1927 ; as For. Ser. officer to the leg. at 
Santo Domingo Dec. 29, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. May 23, 1929 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Santo 
Domingo June 11, 1929 ; class eight and cons. Apr. 
15, 1930; assigned as 3d sec. at Mexico City Dec. 26, 
1930 ; at Guatemala Jan. 22, 1932 (canceled) ; at Rio 
de Janeiro May 12, 1932 ; married. 

Cafifee, Albert Veazey. — b. Fern Bank, Ohio, Dec. 
31, 1885; Ohio Mech. Inst., grad. 1905; attended 
business sch. ; sec. 1906-12 ; app. elk. at $900 in the 
Dept. of State June 13, 1912; at $1,000 Mar. 3, 
1914 ; at $1,400 June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; 
stenog., Am.-Mexican Joint Commn., Sept.-Oct. 1916 ; 
at $1,600 Jan. 16, 1922 ; on detail with Advisory Com- 
mittee on Traffic in Opium, Geneva, 1923 ; at $1,860 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$1,980 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 Feb. 1, 1929 ; at 
$2,300 Oct. 1, 1929; at $2,500 July 1, 1930; at 
$2,600 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; married. — FA. 

Caffery, Edward. — 6. St. Mary's Parish, La., Feb. 
14, 1889 ; Sidwell's Friends Sch. ; Princeton two yrs. ; 
Univ. of Va. Law Sch. one yr. ; cotton planting one 
yr. ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It.; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned 
to Bucharest Dec. 14, 1921 ; class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; 



class one Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 
1, 1924 ; class eight and cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned 
to Habana Apr. 4, 1925 ; to San Jos<5, Costa Rica, Dec. 
12, 1927 ; class seven May 23, 1929 ; assigned to 
I'ort Lim<5n, temp., June 28, 1930 ; to San Jos6 Oct. 
16, 1930 ; to Niagara Falls Mar. 10, 1931 ; married. 

Caflfery, Jefferson. — 6. Lafayette, La., Dec. 1, 1886; 
mem. of bar of La. ; app., after exam., sec. of 
leg. at Caracas Mar. 2, 1911 ; elk. in the Dept. 
of State under Ex. order June 26, 1913 ; sec. of 
leg. at Stockholm Sept. 11, 1913 ; sec. of emb. 
or leg. of class three by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
assigned to Teheran Feb. 11, 1916 ; attached to the 
Special Russian Mission to U. S. May 30, 1917 ; as- 
signed to Paris June 30, 1917 ; representative. Inter- 
allied committee on treatment and training of dis- 
abled soldiers and sailors 1917-22, at Int. Conf., Lon- 
don, 1918, and sec. of Am. section 1919-22 ; mem., 
Bd. of Examiners, Diplo. Ser. exam, in Paris, May 
1919 ; class two Aug. 27, 1918 ; protocol detail for 
President Wilson, Paris, 1919 ; detailed to the Dept. 
Sept. 1, 1919, visit of the King and Queen of the 
Belgians and of the Prince of Wales ; class one and 
assigned as couns. of emb. at Madrid Dec. 20, 1919 ; 
as charge d'affaires ad interim at Athens Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
as couns. of emb. at Tokyo Sept. 5, 1923 ; chm. of Am. 
Red Cross earthquake relief activities, Japan, Oct. 
1923-Mar. 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class one July 1, 

1924 ; assigned as couns. of emb. at Berlin May 22, 

1925 ; detailed to meeting of Int. Chamber of Com., 
Brussels, 1925 ; app. E. E. and M. P. to EI Salvador 
Jan. 7, 1926 ; to Colombia June 27, 1928 ; special rep- 
resentative of President Hoover with rank of A. E. and 
P. at inauguration of President of Colombia on Aug. 7, 
1930 ; special representative of the Dept. in El Salva- 
dor 1931-32 ; app. asst. sec. of state July 11, 1933 ; 
mem., Bd. of For. Ser. Personnel, Aug. 3, 1933. — A-JC. 

Cahn, Rudolf Edwin. — 6. New York City Jan. 7. 
1900 ; attended business high sch. ; elk. 1915-17, in 
Rio de Janeiro 1917-20 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Rio de Janeiro Aug. 1920 ; v. c. at Rio de 
Janeiro Oct. 28, 1925; married. 

Gaidar, A. Bland. — 6. Morrison, Iowa, May 23, 
1892 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; Coll. of 
the City of New York one yr. ; Cooper Union Night 
Sch. of Science three yrs. ; Columbia Univ. one yr. ; 
secretary 1909-11 ; editorial asst. 1911-14 ; elk. iu 
Am. Leg. at Berne 1915-16 ; sec. to couns. of Am. 
Emb. at Petrograd 1916 ; elk. and sec. in Petrograd 
1917 ; in Shanghai 1918-20 ; app. elk. to trade commr. 
at Peking Feb. 8, 1921 ; asst. trade commr. at Peking 
July 1, 1922; at Tokyo Oct. 1923; trade commr. at 
Tokyo Jan. 1, 1926; at Shanghai Nov. 1, 1926; asst. 
cml. att. at Peipiug July 28, 1928; married. 

Calder, Francis "Willard. — 6. Stacyvllle, Iowa, Dec. 
26, 1899 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
stenog. 1915-17 ; Am. Mil. Mission to Russia 1917-18 ; 
elk. in Am. Consulates at Vologda and Moscow Mar.- 
Aug. 1918 ; in Am. Emb. at Archangel 1918-19 ; app. 
V. c. at Odessa Dec. 6, 1919 ; at Constantinople Dec. 
31, 1920 ; at Southampton Nov. 7, 1921 ; at Plymouth, 
temp., Apr. 26, 1930 ; at Southampton Apr. 30, 1930 ; 
married. 



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Caldwell, John Kenneth. — 6. Piketon, Ohio, Oct. 16, 
1881 ; Berea Coll., B. S. 1905 ; in laboratory of 
supervising architect of the Treas. 1906 ; app., after 
exam., student interpreter in Japan Oct. 8, 1906 ; 
V. and dep. cons. gen. and interpreter at Yokohama 
Apr. 16, 1909 ; asst. Japanese sec. at Tokyo Dec. 4, 
1909 ; V. c. at Dalny, temp., Jan. 17-Feb. 17, 1911 ; 
cons, at Vladivostok Aug. 1, 1914 ; cons, of class six 
by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Apr. 16, 
1917 ; class four Sept. 5, 1919 ; class three June 4, 
1920 ; assigned to Kobe July 1, 1920 ; app. Japanese 
sec. of emb. at Tokyo July 1, 1920 ; on detail at 
Chita Oct. 1921-Feb. 1922 ; detailed to the Dept. 
June 6, 1924 ; app. cons. gen. of class four June 3, 

1924 ; For. Sor. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; 
asst. chief. Division of Far Eastern Affairs, Nov. 19, 

1925 ; representative on Federal Narcotics Control Bd. 
Nov. 25, 1925 ; class two June 8, 1927 ; act. chief. 
Division of Far Eastern Affairs, Aug. 15, 1927-Feb. 

15, 1928 ; assigned to Geneva for duty in connection 
with the narcotics question Mar. 20, 1928 ; to the 
Dept. for special work in connection with the control 
of traffic in narcotic drugs June 13, 1928 ; observer, 
11th, 12th, and 13th sess., League of Nations Opium 
Advisory Committee, 1928, 1929, and 1930 ; class one 
May 9, 1930 ; rep. in expert and advisory capacity, 
14th sess.. Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium 
and Other Dangerous Drugs, Geneva, 1931 ; represen- 
tative of U. S. at Preliminary Conf. in London 1930 
and chm. of del., Conf. on the Limitation of the Manu- 
facture of Narcotic Drugs, Geneva, 1931 ; observer, 
Bangkok Conf. on Opium Smoking in the Far East, 
1931 ; assigned as cons. gen. at Sydney, N.S.W., Jan. 
19, 1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 4, 1932 ; mar- 
ried. 

Caldwell, Bobert Granville b. Bogota, Colombia, 

of Am. parents, Aug. 31, 1882 ; Coll. of Wooster, 
B. A. 1904 ; Princeton, Ph. D. 1912 ; instructor, For- 
man Coll., India, 1904-6, Huron Coll. 1907-8, and 
Coll. of Wooster 1908-10; fellow in hist., Prince- 
ton. 1910-12 ; prof, of politics and economics. Coll. 
of Wooster, 1912-14 ; asst. prof, of hist. 1914-19 
and prof, of Am. hist. 1919-33, Rice Inst. ; author ; 
app. E. E. and M. P. to Portugal June 13, 1933; 
married. 

Callahan. James Edwin. — b. Fall River, Mass., June 
22, 1898 ; business sch. grad. ; elk.. War Dept., 1917- 
19 ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Prague 1919-22 ; Am. 
Relief Admin.. Moscow, 1922 ; mfg. con:pany 1923-25 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at London Mar. 
12, 1925 ; V. c. at London July 7, 1925 ; married. 

Callanan, Leo Joseph. — 6. Boston, Mass., Jan. 18, 
1900 ; Boston Coll., A. B. 1921 ; Georgetown, M. A. 
and M. F. S. 1923; S. A. T. C. 1918; app., after 
exam., cons. asst. Aug. 28, 1923 ; app. v. c. at Genoa 
Mar. 17, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Melbourne, temp.. Mar. 18, 192G ; to 
Adelaide Nov. 19, 1926 ; to Melbourne Dec. 24, 1926 ; 
to Adelaide, temp., Feb. 8, 1927 ; to Melbourne May 

16, 1927 : to Adelaide, temp., Oct. 13, 1927 ; to Nassau 
N..V. 7, 1929 ; to Port Said Mar. 26, 1930 ; class eight, 
eons., and assigned to Port Said July 24, 1930; to 



Madras May 19, 1931 ; to Bombay Mar. 19, 1932 ; to 
Nairobi Dec. 9, 1932. 

Calnan, John L. — 6. Allston, Mass., Jan. 25, 1892; 
attended high sch. ; Worcester Acad. ; Georgetown 
Law Sch. 1912-14, 1920; Fordham Law Sch. 1916- 
17 ; athletic instructor 1914 ; asst. chief insp., muni- 
tion factory, 1915-16; U. S. Army 1917-19; asst. 
supervisor, U. S. Shipping Bd., 1919-20 ; field elk., 
War Dept., 1920 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Prague Dec. 20, 1920 ; v. c. at Prague Apr. 14, 1921 ; 
at Belgrade June 26, 1925 ; married. 

Calvert, John Strong. — b. Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 19, 
1886; Horner Mil. Sch. grad.; Univ. of N. C. 1902- 
4 and Law Sch., summer 1908 ; mem. of bar of N. C. ; 
elk. 1904-7; law elk. 1907-9; It. of constabulary, 
Philippine Is., 1909-12 ; law practice 1912-14 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Buenos Aires Mar. 
1914 ; app. dep. cons. gen. at Buenos Aires Sept. 24, 
1914 ; V. c. at Buenos Aires Feb. 6, 1915 ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class nine Apr. 16, 1917 ; class eight 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to Nuevitas Nov. 30, 1917 ; 
unassigned from July 13, 1919 ; class seven Sept. 5. 
1919; assigned to Guadeloupe Oct. 30, 1919; to Dun- 
kirk Dec. 16, 1921 ; detailed to Barcelona Nov. 27, 
1923; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924; 
class seven Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Marseille 
Apr. 21, 1928 ; class six July 24, 1930 ; to Regina Mar. 
21, 1932; married. 

Cameron, Alfred Dorrance. — b. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 
3, 1893 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Wash. 1913-14 ; 
elk. in library 1906-12, in insur. company 1912-17 ; 
U. S. Army 1916-22, capt. ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to 
Marseille Apr. 27, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Paris Apr. 2, 1925 ; to 
Lille, temp.. May 26, 1927; to Paris Sept. 20, 1927; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Paris May 23, 
1929 ; to Lourengo Marques Dec. 6, 1930 ; class seven 
Feb. 27, 1931 ; married. 

Cameron, Charles Baymond. — 6. Yoi"k, N. Y., June 
25, 1875 ; Cornell, A. B. 1898 ; cml. employment 
1899-1900 ; employed in Philippine Is. as teacher, 
supt. of sch., asst. to dept. governor of Mindanao- 
Sulu, dept. treas., and census asst. 1901-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, maj. ; app., after exam., cons, of 
class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Tacna Oct. 19, 
1919 ; to Pernambuco July 1, 1920 ; class six Nov. 
23, 1921 ; class five Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed to Hong 
Kong July 23, 1923 ; to Tokyo Dec. 28, 1923 ; class 
four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class five 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. Oct. 1, 1925 ; to 
Sao Paulo Dec. 2, 1926; class four June 8, 1927; 
cons. gen. and assigned to Sao Paulo Jan. 22, 1930 ; 
class three July 24, 1930 ; chm. of del.. Second Int. 
Coffee Conf., Sao Paulo, 1931 ; married. 

ttCampbell, Harry. — b. Harper, Kans., Aug. 10, 
1885 ; Fairmount Coll., Wichita, two yrs. ; Univ. of 
Ivans., B. A. 1907; elk. 1907-8; Bu. of Education and 
Bu. of Customs, Philippine Is., 1908-15 ; app. v. c. 
at Singapore July 14, 1915 ; app., after exam., cons, 
of class nine Oct. 18, 1915; class eight Sept. 14. 



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1917; assigned to Surabaya May 25, 1918; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; detailed to 
the Dept. Dec. 6, 1920 ; assigned to Asuncion Feb. 11, 
3 921; class four Aug. 23, 1922; assigned to Iquique 
Sept. 21, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class Ave July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Kingston, Ont., temp., Dec. 17, 
1927 ; to Birmingham Dec. 20, 1927 ; class four 
May 23, 1929 ; assigned to Bombay Apr. 17, 1930 ; to 
the Dept. Jan. 27, 1931 ; to London, Ont., Aug. 17, 
1901 ; rt'tired June 30, 1933, under the provisions of 
the act of Feb. 23, 1931. 

Cannon, Cavendish "Welles. — b. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Feb. 1, 1895; Univ. of Utah, A. B 1916, grad. worli 
1919 ; languase study, Alliance Francaise, I'aris ; 
study in music composition, Paris and Vienna ; hist, 
research, Vienna ; head of depts. of Eng. and hist, in 
high sch. 1916-18 ; engineering and newspaper work 
1915, 1916-17, 1919-20; U. S. Marine Corps, 1918- 
19, overseas service ; app. to Diplo. Mission at Vienna 
Feb. 19, 1920 ; in Am. Leg. at Vienna Nov. 25, 1921 ; 
V. c. at Ziirlch June 22, 1927 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 
1928; assigned to Zurich May 29, 1928; v. c. at 
Sofia and For. Ser. officer to Am. Leg. Apr. 19, 1933 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 11, 1933 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at Sofia in addition to duties as v. c. June 2, 
1933; married. 

Caplan, Sophie. — 5. Baltimore, Md. ; business high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; sec. 1918-20 ; 
elk., Bu. of the Census, 1920-21 ; app. elk. at $900 in 
the Dept. of State Jan. 24, 1921; at $1,000 Nov. 5, 

1921 ; at $1,080 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at $1,140 Nov. 2, 

1922 ; at $1,200 Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923 ; 
at $1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 Dec. 15, 1924 ; at 
$1,5C0 Dec. 1, 1925; at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,740 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1928; 
at $2,000 Dec. 1, 1929 ; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— BA. 

Card, Paul Wentworth (Lt., jg.) — b. London, Eng,, 
of Am. parents, Oct. 15, 1904 ; U.S.N.A., grad. 1927 ; 
assigned as language officer at Peiping Aug. 20, 1932. 

Carey, Elsie Marie. — ft. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended public sch. ; private tutors two yrs. ; nurses' 
training sch. two yrs. ; elk.. War. Dept., 1918-20 ; 
app. elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Apr. 12, 
1920; at $1,260 July 1, 1924; at $1,320 Mar. 1, 
1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 
Juiy 1, 1928; at $1,620 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Carey, Reginald Shober. — b. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 
21, 1906; Oilman Country Sch. grad. ; Princeton, A. B. 
1931 ; Univ. of Grenoble 1929 ; Oxford, summer 1929 ; 
app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; 
assigned as v. c. at Berlin Jan. 20, 1932 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Nov. 29, 1932 ; to Tampico Mar. 30, 1933. 

Carleton, Algar E.— 6. Williamstown, Vt., Aug. 11, 
1872 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1895 ; newspaper reporter 
1895-99; app. cons. agt. at Almeria May 11, 1899; 
V. and dep. cons. gen. at Hong Ivong Apr. 6, 1910 ; 
V. c. at Hong Kong Feb. 6, 1915; app., after exam., 
cons, of class eight Feb. 19, 1918 ; detailed to Batavia 



Sept. 14, 1918; assigned to Medan Feb. 18, 1919; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Amoy Sept. 8, 
1919 ; class five Nov. 23, 1921 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Hong Kong Aug. 
18, 1924; to Hull Dec. 1, 1925; class five June 8, 
1927 ; assigned to San Salvador Jan. 10, 1929 ; class 
four July 24, 1930 ; to Riga Aug. 4, 1932 ; married. 

Carlisle, Grace Norman (Mrs.) — 6. Rome, Ga. ; high 
sch. grad. ; Washington Sem., Atlanta, Ga., one yr. ; 
secretary 1920-26 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Juno 13, 1928; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $1,620 Jan. 1, 1929; stenog., Commn. for 
study and review of conditions in Haiti, 1930 ; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1930.— LA. 

Carlson, Harold.— 6. Wilmette, 111., Oct. 15, 1889; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. and coll. In 
Sweden, England, and Germany ; in European offices 
of Am. companies in England, Germany, Sweden, Den- 
mark, and Russia ; elk.. Committee on Public Informa- 
tion, Moscow, 1918 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Stockholm Sept. 15, 1922 ; v. c. at Malmo, temp., 
July 30, 1929 ; at Stockholm Jan. 30, 1930 ; at 
Malmo, temp., July 21, 1931 ; at Stockholm Sept. 
9, 1931 ; married. 

Carlson, Harry Edwin. — b. Morris, 111., Mar. 17, 
1886 ; Lake Forest Coll., B. A. 1908 ; teacher in pub- 
lic sch. 1908-10, in high sch. 1910-13; master in 
boys' sch. 1913 ; exchange teacher, Sachsenhauser 
Oberrealschule, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1913-15 ; app. 
V. c. at Frankfort-on-the-Main Jan. 17, 1916; at 
Christiania June 11, 1917 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Sept. 7, 1920, and assigned 
to Christiania ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; assigned to 
Stavanger Jan. 7, 1922 ; to Christiania Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
class one May 26, 1922; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 
1923 ; assigned to Kovno Jan. 2, 1924 ; class six June 
3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Tallinn July 3, 1926 ; class six Sept. 29. 
1927 ; class five Oct. 16, 1929 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned also as 2d sec. at Tallinn 
Nov. 19, 1929 ; 1st sec. Aug. 22, 1930 ; married. 

Carlson, Herbert "Wesley. — b. Lowell, Mass., May 9, 
1895 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; elk. 1914- 
17 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; app. v. c. at Goteborg Mar. 
11, 1920 ; at Sault Ste. Marie Apr. 12, 1924 ; at Wind- 
sor Mar. 20, 1926 ; resigned June 15, 1928 ; app. v. c. 
at Barranquilla July 25, 1929 ; married. 

Carlson, Knute E. — h. Boxholm, Sweden, Jan. 13, 
1882 ; naturalized 1912 ; Univ. of Nebr., A. B. 1915, 
A. M. 1917 ; Univ. of Pa., Ph. D. 1919 ; instructor in 
political sci., Univ. of Nebr., 1915-17; prof, of for- 
eign trade, nine yrs. ; Bu. of Research and Statistics, 
War Trade Bd., 1918-19 ; app. special asst. at $2,750 
in the Dept. of State, Mar. 6, 1919 ; drafting officer at 
$2,500 July 1, 1919 ; at $3,000 Jan. 31, 1920, effec- 
tive Feb. 1 ; designated liaison officer between the 
Dept. of State and the office of the Federal Fuel 
Distributor in matters relating to the exportation of 
coal Aug. 28, 1922 ; at $3,300 Feb. 1. 1926 ; at $3,400 
Nov. 1, 1927 ; at $3,500 July 1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$3,600 July 1, 1928 ; at $3,800 Apr. 1, 1929 ; divisional 



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asst. at $4,600 Apr. 1, 1930; at $4,800 July 3, 1930 
(Brookhart Act) ; married. — EA. 

Carlson, Ruth Edith.— 6. Washington, D. C. ; nor- 
mal sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 1927- ; elk. 
1028-31 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,620 in the Dept. of 
State Mar. 23, 1931; permanently, at $1,440 Oct. 3, 
1031.— HA. 

Carlson, Spencer August (Lt., jg.)— 6. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Dec. 2, 1903 ; entered U. S. Navy June 14, 
1922 ; assigned as language officer at Tokyo June 15, 
1932. 

Carney, William Charles. — i. Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 
24, 1893 ; attended high sch. ; machinist 1909-18 ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19 ; typewriter repairman 1921-26, 
102.8-32 ; property mgr. 1926-28 ; app. typewriter re- 
pairman, temp., at $1,680 in the Dept. of State Apr. 
6, 1932 ; married.— SU. 

Carr, Wilbur John.— 6. near Hillsboro, Ohio, Oct. 
31, 1870 ; attended cml. coll. of Ky. Univ. ; George- 
town, LL.B. 1894 ; Columbian Coll. (now George 
Washington Univ.), LL. M. 1899; mem. of bar of 
D. C. ; app. elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State June 
1, 1892; at $1,200 Aug. 8, 1893; confidential elk. to 
the sec. and asst. sees, of state; at $1,400 May 11, 
1894 ; at $1,600 Mar. 2, 1896 ; at $1,800 Apr. 1, 
1899 ; chief. Cons. Bu., at $2,100 Feb. 1, 1902 ; mem. 
of Bd. of Examiners for the Cons. Ser. ; mem. of Bd. 
to formulate a plan for the examination of candidates 
for the Cons. Ser. Dec. 6, 1905 ; mem. of Committee 
on Business Methods in the Dept. Jan. 28, 1907 ; 
chief elk. at $3,000 May 8, 1907 ; chm. of Dept. of 
State Advisory Committee on Printing and Publication 
May 8, 1907 ; representative on U. S. Bd. of the 
Tercentennial Exposition, Jamestown, 1907 ; charged 
with the direction of the Cons. Ser. Aug. 15, 1907 ; 
representative. Int. Cong, on Tuberculosis, Washing- 
ton, 1908, and at Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc Exposition, 
Seattle, 1909 ; app. dir. of the Cons. Ser. at $4,500 
Nov. 30, 1909 ; mem. of committee on inquiry ordered 
by the Pres. into the economy and efficiency of Execu- 
tive depts. of the Govt. 1910 ; mem. of Bd. of 
Efficiency, Apr. 19, 1916-Mar. 24, 1921 ; Nat. Re- 
search Council, V. chm.. Division of For. Relations, 
representative of the Dept., Division of Federal Rela- 
tions, 1920 ; budget officer June 21, 1921 ; mem. of 
For. Ser. Personnel Bd., of Bd. of Examiners for the 
For. Ser., and of For. Ser. Sch. Bd. June 7, 1924 ; 
app. asst. sec. of state July 1, 1924, and Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
mem. of Permanent Commn. of Int. Assn. of Road 
Cong, since 1927 ; chm. of For. Ser. Personnel Bd., 
of Bd. of Examiners for the For. Ser., and of For. 
Ser. Sch. Bd. Feb. 25, 1928 ; chm., Bd. of Review for 
Efficiency Ratings, May 7, 1930 ; married. — A-C. 

Carrigan, John Willard. — h. San Francisco, Calif., 
Sept. 27, 1908 ; attended sch. in England and Switzer- 
land ; Phillips Exeter grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1931 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 19, 1932 ; 
assigned to the Dept., temp., Feb. 20, 1932 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 3, 1933 ; as v. c. at Vigo June 13. 
1933; married. 



Carroll, Alma Anson (Mrs.) — 6. Louisville, Ky. ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; George Washington 
Univ. one half yr. ; stenog. 1918-21, in Interstate 
Com. Commn. 1922-27 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State Nov. 5, 1928 ; permanently Dec. 
15, 1928 ; at $1,620 Oct. 1, 1929 ; at $1,680 July 1, 
1930.— PD. 

Carroll, William Nicholas. — b. Clinton, N. C, Nov. 
28, 1884 ; attended public sch. ; elk. 1906, in the Dept. 
of Interior 1907-18 ; app. v. c. at London Aug. 20, 
1918 ; at Dundee June 21, 1923 ; at London July 18, 
1923 ; at Stoke-on-Trent Feb. 29, 1924 ; at London 
May 1, 1924; at Birmingham Jan. 9, 1931. 

Carter, Clarence E. — h. Jacksonville, 111., Feb. 6, 
1881; Whipple Acad, grad.; Illinois Coll., A. B. 1905; 
Univ. of Wis., A. M. 1906 ; Univ. of 111., Ph. D. 1908 ; 
prof, of hist, Illinois Coll., 1908-10, Miami Univ., 
1910-31, Univ. of Tex., 1923 ; lecturer in hist., sum- 
mer sessions, Ohio State Univ., 1912, 1914, 1926, 
1930, Columbia. 1913, Univ. of 111., 1915, Univ. of 
Tex., 1922, and Univ. of Iowa, 1925 ; app. editor of 
territorial papers at $5,600 in the Dept. of State 
Aug. 15, 1931 ; married. — HA. 

Carter, James Garneth. — 6. Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 
15, 1877 ; attended public sch. ; merchant tailor, let- 
ter carrier, and mgr. of newspaper nine yrs. ; mem. of 
local Civil Ser. Examining Bd. two yrs. ; notary pub- 
lic one yr. ; app., after exam., cons, at Sivas Sept. 6, 
1906 (canceled) ; app. cons, at Tamatave Nov. 1, 
1906 ; class eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; as- 
signed to Tananarive July 8, 1916 ; class six June 
4, 1920 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Mar. 7, 1927 ; to Calais Mar. 
28, 1927 ; class six June 30, 1927 ; class five July 24, 
1930; married. 

Carter, Lillie R. (Mrs.)— 6. Scott County, 111.; at- 
tended high sch. ; private tutors ; research asst. 1920- 
30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Sept. 1, 
1931.— HA. 

Carter, Maceo. — b. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 24, 1909; 
employed in Office of Public Bldgs. and Parks 
1929-30 ; app. laborer in the Dept. of State Dec. 16, 
1930.— SU. 

Carter, Marion Eugenia. — 5. Ryan, Va. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
1928-29 ; typist and stenog. 1928 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State June 14, 1928 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 Feb. 1, 1929; 
at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Jan. 19, 1931; 
stenog., Int. Tech. Consulting Committee on Radio 
Communications, Copenhagen, 1931. — TD. 

Carter, Robert H, — &. Washington, D. C, Nov. 19. 
1893 ; messenger. War Dept., 1918-30 ; app. mes- 
senger in the Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Carter, Wallace W. — 6. Washington, D. C, Nov. 
15, 1909 ; messenger, Dept. of Agric, 1927-30 ; app. 
messenger in the Dept. of State May 16, 1930. — LE. 



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141 



Castleman, Reginald Saxon. — 6. Riverside, Calif., 
Dec. 25, 1891 ; Univ. of Chicago. Ph. B. 1914, grad. 
woik 1914-16 ; rodman, summers of 1909 and 1912 ; 
attached to the office of the naval att. at Madrid 
1917-19 ; app. v. c at Madrid Apr. 14, 1919 ; app., 
after exam., v. c. of career of class three Oct. 1, 
1920, and assigned to Madrid ; to Lisbon Dec. 29, 
1920 ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; assigned to Horta 
Apr. 3, 1922 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; cons, of class 
seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; assigned to Horta Mar. 28, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to London Apr. 17, 1926 ; class seven Aug. 24, 1927 ; 
assigned to Glasgow Mar. 30, 1929 ; class six July 24, 
1930 ; to Porto Alegre Oct. 27, 1931 ; married. 

Cate, Julian Small. — ft. Lebanon, Me., Jan. 5, 1900 ; 
high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 1924- 
26 ; S. A. T. C. 1918 ; medical student, Mass. Gen. 
Hospital, 1921-24 ; cll£. in Navy Dept. 1924-25, 
1927-30, in Dept. of State 1925-26; reapp. cllJ. at 
$1,620 in the Dept. of State Sept. 16, 1930; mar- 
ried.— DCR. 

Caulk, Paul A.— 6. Sorento, 111., May 26, 1905; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Nebr. Wesleyan 
Univ. 1924-25 ; shipping elk. 1927-29 ; elk.. Census 
Bu., 1930; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Aug. 16, 1930 ; at ?1,620 July 14, 1931 ; mar- 
ried.— PD. 

Cavanaugh, Robert Joseph. — ft. Rock Island, 111., 
June 7, 1905 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 
1928 ; elk. 1927-29 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Blueflelds Jan. 25, 1929 ; at Windsor Aug. 30, 1929 ; 
V. c. at Charlottetown July 21, 1931 ; at Montreal 
May 22, 1933 ; married. 

Cavenaugh, William Ferguson. — ft. Fort Robinson, 
Nebr., June 25, 1905 ; Kans. State Coll., Drake Univ., 
and Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts ; elk. Cavite Naval Yard, 
Philippine Is., 1925 ; teacher of French, Univ. of 
Manila, and teacher of Eng., Nat. Univ., Manila, 
summer 1925 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned 
to Mexico City, temp., Nov. 27, 1929 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. July 16, 1930 ; to Callao-Lima Nov. 8, 1930 ; 
to Gibraltar Dec. 7, 1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
June 13, 1933 ; married. 

Chalfant, Gladys. — ft. Fern, Ind. ; attended high 
sch. ; business sch. grad. ; stenog. and sec. 1903-21, 
in War Dept. Aug.-Dec. 1918 ; app. elk. at $1,000 in 
the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1921 ; at $1,140 Sept. 1, 

1922 ; at $1,200 Oct. 16, 1922 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1924 ; 
at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1928 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930. — NE. 

Chamberlain, Culver Bryant. — 6. Princeton, Ind., 
July 12, 1900 ; high sch. grad. ; Emerson Inst. ; 
R. O. T. C. 1918-19 ; elk. 1919-20 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in China Aug. 27, 1920 ; v. c. at 
Canton Aug. 29, 1923 ; also interpreter Sept. 28, 

1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Tientsin Mar. 5, 1925 ; to Swatow July 27, 1925 ; 
to Shanghai Nov. 1, 1927 ; to Yunnanf u Mar. 7, 1928 ; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Yunnanfu Oct. 16, 



1929 ; to Canton June 2, 1930 ; class seven July 1, 
1931 ; to Harbin Oct. 28, 1931. 

Chamberlin, George Ellsworth. — 6. Woodstock, 
Conn., Feb. 17, 1872 ; high sch. and business sch. 
grad. ; stenog., accountant, owner of retail business, 
salesman ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Singapore ; app. 
V. and dep. cons. gen. at Singapore Jan. 2, 1906 ; app., 
after exam., cons, at Swatow Jan. 10, 1910 ; at Cork 
June 24, 1910; at Georgetown Apr. 24, 1914; class 
six by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Sept. 14, 
1917; class four Sept. 5, 1919; assigned to Glasgow 
Sept. 8, 1919 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; cons. gen. of 
class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class three 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Glasgow June 6, 1928 ; class 
two July 24, 1930 ; to Halifax Nov. 24, 1931 ; married. 

Channon, Kenneth F. — 6. Vineland, N. J., July 27, 
1895 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk. 
1912-15, 1916-17 ; stenog. 1915-16 ; elk., Dept. of 
State, 1917; U. S. Army 1917-24, overseas service; 
cml. enterprises 1924-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State July 16, 1930 ; at $1,620 Dec. 23, 1930 ; 
married. — DCR. 

Chapin, Selden. — 5. Erie, Pa., Sept. 19, 1899 ; 
Westminster Sch. ; St. Paul's Sch. ; U. S. N. A., grad. 
1919 ; U. S. Navy 1919-25, It. (jg) ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. Mar. 20, 1925 ; also 
V. c. of career and assigned to Hankow Sept. 2, 1925 ; 
app. sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 6, 1927 ; assigned as 
3d sec. at Peking Jan. 25, 1927 ; at Rome June 27, 
1929 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 19, 1929 ; a.ssigned 
as 3d sec. at Quito Nov. 3. 1932 ; marriid. 

Chapin, Vinton. — ft. Chatenay, Seine, France, of 
Am. parents, Apr. 17, 1900 ; St. Mark's Sch. ; Har- 
vard, A. B. 1923; U. S. Marine Corps 1918-19; with 
investment bankers 1923-26 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career July 5, 1927 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sen. Sept. 29, 1927; to 
Prague Mar. 5, 1929 ; sec. of Am. del.. Int. Conf. on 
Safety of Life at Sea, London, 1929 ; asst. sec, Lon- 
don Naval Conf., 1930 ; class eight, cons., and assigned 
to Prague May 9, 1930; to the Dept. Nov. 1, 1930; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 16, 1931 ; assigned as 
For. Ser. officer at Paris, temp., June 27, 1931 ; sec. 
of del. to Int. Tech. Consulting Committee on Radio 
Communications, Copenhagen, 1931 ; asst. to the under 
sec. of state Oct. 19, 1931 ; resigned as For. Ser. offi- 
cer Apr. 15, 1932 ; app. asst. to the under sec. of 
state at $4,600 Apr. 16, 1932; married.— U. 

tfChapman, Flavius Josephus, 3d. — ft. Salem, Va., 
Mar. 23, 1900 ; attended high sch. ; Va. Mil. Inst. 
1916-18; Roanoke Coll. 1918; engineering depts. of 
telephone and railway companies 1918-20; app., after 
exam., student interpreter in China May 20, 1920; 
app. V. c. and Interpreter at Harbin Oct. 9, 1922 ; 
at Hankow June 11, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned as v. c. at Tientsin and de- 
tailed to Chinese secretariat of Am. Leg. at Peking 
.\pr. 22, 1925 ; mem. of Chinese secretariat of Am. 
del.. Special Conf. on Chinese Customs Tariff, Peking, 
1925-26; detailed to the Dept. Jan. 23, 1929; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Tientsin May 23, 1929 ; 



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sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Oct. 16, 1929 ; assigned also as 
3(1 -sec. at Peiping Oct. 23, 1929 ; as cons, at Montreal 
Jan. 21, 1933 ; retired June 30, 1933. 

Chapman, John Holbrook. — b. Irvington, N J., Dec. 

15. 1S91 ; attended high sch. and businos sch. ; 
George Washington Univ. four yrs. ; elk., Dept. of 
Agric, 1909-17; U. S. Army 1917-19; sec, Commn. 
to Baltic Provinces and Finland from Am. Commn. 
to Negotiate Peace, 1919 ; sec. to Am. Commr, at 
Riga 1919-22; elk. in Am. Leg. at Riga 1922-24; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. July 18, 1924 ; assigned to Lon- 
don Sept. 27, 1924 ; to Brussels May 25, 1925 ; app. 
V. c. of career and assigned to Cologne Aug. 21, 1925 ; 
to Nagciya Jan. 12, 1931 ; cl.iss eight, cons., and 
assigned to Nagoya Feb. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Chapman, William Edgar. — b. Mount Pisgah, Ark., 
Feb. 1, 1877 ; attended sch. in U. S. and Philippine 
Is. ; business sch. grad. ; Washington Coll. of Law, 
LL. B. 1914 ; National Univ., LL. M. 1915 ; mem. 
of bars of D. C. and Okla. ; newspaper reporter 
1899 ; U. S. Volunteers 1899-1901 ; teacher and supt. 
of sch., Philippine Is., 1901-8; railway agt., Philip- 
pine Is.. Feb.-Aug. 1908 ; editor and mgr. of a news- 
paper, Philippine Is., 1908-9; elk.. War Dept., 1909- 
10 ; asst. supt.. State, War, Navy Bldg., 1910-16 ; 
app., after exam., cons, of class eight July 12, 1916, 
and assigned to Mazatlfin ; on detail in the Dept. 
July-Dec. 1916; detailed to Nogales Dec. 30, 1916; 
to Guaymas Apr. 1917 ; to MazatlSn May 29, 1917 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven 
July 1, 1924; assigned to Sault Ste. Marie June 20, 
1925 ; to Torreon Oct. 13, 1926 ; class six Oct. 20, 
1926; assigned to Puerto Mexico Feb. 21, 1927; to 
Monterrey Aug. 17, 1927 ; to Call Mar. 8, 1928 ; class 
five Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to North Bay Sept. 15, 
1930 ; to Bilbao May 10, 1932 ; married. 

Charles, Philipp Lambert. — b. Manila, P. I., Jan. 
17, 1909; Otterbein Coll., A. B. 1929; Ohio State 
Univ. 1929-30; George Washington, LL. B. 1933; 
app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Aug. 18, 
1930 ; at $1,620 Feb. 20, 1931 ; married. — DCR. 

Chase, Augustus Sabin. — b. Waterbury, Conn., Mar. 

16, 1897 ; St. Mark's Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1920 ; Cornell 
Law Sch., summer 1925 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; 2d It., 
O. R. C. ; teacher, Yale-in-China, Changsha, 1920-21 ; 
editorial work 1922 ; in brass factories 1922-24 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. Sept. 11, 1925 ; 
V. c. of career May 20, 1926 ; assigned as language 
officer at Peking June 1, 1926 ; to the Dept., temp.. 
May 26, 1928; to Berlin June 27, 1928; to Breslau, 
temp., July 10, 1929 ; to Tsingtao Apr. 16. 1930 ; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Tsingtao July 24, 1930 ; 
to Mukden Jan. 23, 1932; married. 

Chase, Emily Tevis. — b. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. ; 
attended private sch. ; Low and Heyward Sch. grad. ; 
N. Y. Sch. of Social Work; George Washington Univ. 
1918-19, 1928-29; Inst, of Politics, Williams Coll., 
Williiimstown, Mass., 1923; elk., War Dept., three 
months; elk. and case corr., Am. Red Cross, 1918- 
21 ; insur. examiner. Veterans' Bu., Jan.-Nov. 1922 ; 



app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State Nov. 1, 1922 ; 
at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 
Nov. 1, 1928; at $2,300 Sept. 1, 1931.— TD. 

Chase, Jean Ramsay (Mrs.) — b. Washington, D. C. ; 
Friends Sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; George 
Washington Univ. 1921-23 ; abstract elk., U. S. Food 
Admin. ; jr. accountant, U. S. Fuel Admin., 1917-19 ; 
stenog. and bookkeeper 1919-20 ; stenog., U. S. Rail- 
roail Admin., 1920-25 ; app. elk. at $1,500 in the Dept. 
of State Nov. 27, 1925 ; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,G80 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; resigned Aug. 23, 
1928 ; clerical asst.. Int. Telegraph Conf., Brussels, 
1928; reapp. elk. at $1,680 Nov. 1, 1928; at $1,800 
June 1, 1929 ; stenog., Harrah Arbitration, Habana, 
1929-30 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— LB. 

Chase, Warren Montgomery. — b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 
19, 1905 ; Amherst, A. B. 1925 ; grad. work, Univ. of 
Chicago, 1925-26; Univ. of Paris 1926-27; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unolass. and v. c. of career 
Jan. 29, 1929; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 2, 
1929; to Amsterdam Sept. 13, 1929; married, 

Cheever, Elsie Blanchard. — b. Andover, Mass. ; 
high sch. grad. ; teacher in public and private sch. 
1913-17 ; elk., Treas. Dept., 1918-20 ; Army field elk. 
1920; elk., Dept. of Agric, 1920-23; app. elk. at 
$1,200 in the Dept. of State Nov. 26. 1923 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1925 ; at $1,680 Feb. 

16, 1926; at $1,860 Nov. 1, 1927; at $2,000 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,300 
July 1, 1930.— A-C/C. 

Cherp, Philip Florian. — b. Ivanhoe, Minn., May 5, 
1908 ; high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 
1927- ; Govt. Printing Ofllce 1927-28; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Aug. 22, 1928 ; at $1,620 
Oct. 1, 1929 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1930 ; at $1,800 Feb. 
24, 1932 ; elk., Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., 
London, 1933.— DCR. 

Child. James Dwight.— b. Bath, N. H., May 12, 
1875 ; New Hampton Literary Inst. ; Dartmouth, A. B. 
1899 ; hotel steward 1894-1910 ; restaurant business 
1910-14 ; contracting and builders' supply business 
1914-17; U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas service; elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Bordeaux 1919 ; app. v. c. at 
Bordeaux Aug. 5, 1919 ; at Strasbourg Jan. 24, 1929. 

Childs, James Rives. — b. Lynchburg, Va., Feb. 6, 
1893 ; Va. Mil. Inst. 1909-11 ; Randolph-Macon Coll., 
A. B. 1912 ; Harvard, A. M. 1915 ; principal of high 
sch. 1912-13 ; Am. Ambulance Ser. in France 1915 ; 
private tutor 1915-16 ; asst. master 1916-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, 1st It., overseas service ; detailed to 
Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; to Am. 
Relief Admin, in Serbia and Greece Apr. 1919 ; news- 
paper corr. 1919-21 ; asst. and dist. supervisor. Am. 
Relief Admin, in Russia, 1921-23 ; app., after exam., 
cons, of class seven Oct. 6, 1923 ; detailed to Jerusa- 
lem Nov. 20, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Bucharest May 4, 1925 ; 
class seven May 23, 1929 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 

17, 1930 ; assigned as cons, and 2d sec. at Cairo Oct. 



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1, 1930 ; relieved of duties as cons, at Cairo Jan. 3, 
1931 ; class six July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Childs, Prescott.— b. Holyoke, Mass., Dec. 2, 1898; 
Hotchkiss Sell. ; Yale, B. A. 1922 ; U. S. Army 1918- 

19, overseas service ; reconstruction work in France, 
summer 1920; instructor in private sch. 1922-23; 
archaeological expeditions in the Near East 1923- 
24 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to Canton 
Nov. 8, 1924 ; to Lisbon Oct. 26, 1927 ; to Funchal, 
temp., Apr. 21, 1928 ; to Lisbon July 5, 1928 ; to 
St. Michael's Dec. 10, 1928 ; to Montevideo Sept. 25, 
1929 ; to Riviere du Loup, temp., Nov. 2, 1929 ; class 
sight, cons., and assigned to MdUtevideo May 9, 1930 ; 
to Nice May 22, 1931 ; also to Monaco Sept. 18, 1931 ; 
married. 

Chilton, Maurice Joseph. — b. Toronto, Ontario, of 
km. parents, Dec. 1, 1908 ; high sch. grad. ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Toronto May 8, 1929 ; v. c. at 
Sherbrooke Jan. 16, 1932 ; at Yarmouth Feb. 10, 
1933 ; married. 

Chiperfield, Claude Burnett. — b. Canton, 111., Oct. 
29, 1904 ; Phillips Exeter ; Knox Coll. 1923-25 ; Syra- 
cuse Univ. 1925-26 ; Univ. of 111. 1920-27 ; elk., trust 
company, 1926, 1927 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; 
assigned to Windsor, temp., Nov. 27, 1929; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 19, 1930; to Sydney, N. S. W., 
July 22, 1930 ; to Venice May 5. 1932 ; married. 

Chipman, Norris Bowie. — b. Washington, D. C, 
June 28, 1901 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1927 ; rodman, U. S. 
Geological Survey, summer 1917 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Oct. 24, 
1928; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 5, 1928; 
to Tallinn July 10, 1929 (canceled) ; to Riga Oct. 7, 
1929 ; as language officer to the consulate general at 
Paris July 30, 1930 ; also v. c. at Paris May 1, 1931 ; 
see. in the Diplo. Ser. June 19, 1933 ; assigned as 
For. Ser. officer to the leg. at Riga June 21, 1933. 

Christenson, Ethel Grace. — b. Winamac, Ind. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. ; elk.. Govt. Printing Office, 1908-11 ; 
app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Feb. 28, 1911 ; 
at $1,000 Jan. 21, 1913; at $1,200 Aug. 5, 1914; at 
$1,400 June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,600 
Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920 ; at $1,800 Feb. 
1, 1924; at $2,100 July 1, 1924; detailed as elk.. 
Int. Narcotics Conf., Geneva, 1924, and as asst. to 
sec. Am. del.. Special Conf. on Chinese Customs Tar- 
iff, Peking, 1925-26; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,300 July 1, 1928; at $2,400 July 1, 1930; 
at $2,500 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— FE. 

Christiani, Courtland Emil. — b. Indianapolis, Ind., 
May 6, 1891 ; business high sch. grad. ; language study 
under private tutors ; stenog. 1914-17, in War Dept. 
1917 ; asst. elk.. House Rules Committee, and sec. to 
mem. of Cong. 1918 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Mexico City Oct. 1918 ; v. c. at Barcelona 
Oct. 1, 1919; at Cardiff Aug. 31. 1921; at Sheffield 
Feb. 29, 1928 ; at Ghent May 16, 1929 ; at Izmir Aug. 

20, 1932; married. 



Christie, Emerson Brewer. — b. Marash, Turkey, of 
Am. parents. Mar. 17, 1878 ; Phillips Andover grad. ; 
Yale, B. A. 1901 ; Harvard Grad. Sch. 1910 ; American 
Univ., Master of Political Science, 1928 ; teacher in 
Philippine Is. 1901-4; asst., Bu. of Ethnological 
Survey, Philippine Is., 1904-7 ; Division of Ethnology, 
Philippine Is., asst. chief, 1907-15, act. chief, 1912- 
13 ; instructor in Spanish, Univ. of Mich., 1915-16 ; 
prof, of French, Temple Univ., 1916-17 ; app. special 
asst. at $2,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 10, 1918; 
at $1,800 July 1, 1919 ; at $2,160 Feb. 1, 1920 ; 
drafting officer at $2,500 June 17, 1921, effective July 
1 ; at $2,800 July 1, 1924 ; at $2,900 Nov. 1, 1927 ; 
chief. Translating Bu., Apr. 16, 1928; at $3,000 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; economic advisor to ' 
Am. Commr., Commn. of Inquiry and Conciliation, 
Bolivia and Paraguay, Washington, 1929 ; at $3,200 
July 1, 1930; at $3,300 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act) ; married. — TR. 

Claffey, John F. — b. Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 12, 
1881 ; attended business sch. ; private tutors ; Villa- 
nova Coll., B. S. ; Conn. Nat. Guards 1900-1903 ; 
timekeeper 1898-1914 ; app. v. and dep. cons, at 
Dublin June 25, 1914 ; v. c. at Dublin by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915 ; at London Jan. 27, 1921 ; at Leeds, 
temp., Sept. 1, 1922; at London Dec. 22, 1922; at 
Hull Aug. 1, 1927 (canceled). 

Claiborne, Henri deB. (Lt., jg.) — b. New Orleans, 
La., Aug. 11, 1903 ; U.S.N.A., grad. 1926 ; assigned as 
language officer at Tokyo June 27, 1931. 

Clare, Walter B.—b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 23, 
1910 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; St. John's 
Coll. 1928- ; elk., bookkeeper, and typist 1926-30; 
app. elk. at $1,200 in the N. Y. Despatch Agency of 
the Dept. of State Apr. 25, 1930. 

tfClark, Joshua Reuben, Jr. — b. Grantsville, Utah, 
Sept. 1, 1871 ; Univ. of Utah, B. S. 1898 ; Columbia 
Univ., LL. B. 1906 ; mem. of bar of N. Y. ; principal 
of high sch. 1898-99, of normal sch. 1901-2 ; asst. 
prof, of law, George Washington Univ., 1907-8 ; 
Dept. of State, asst. solicitor, 1906-10, solicitor, 
1910-13 ; chm. of Am. Prep. Committee to represent 
U. S. on Int. Prep. Committee for the Third Hague 
Conf., 1912 ; U. S. gen. couns., Am.-Brit. Claims 
Commn., 1913 ; U. S. Army 1917-18 ; couns. for Dept. 
of State and expert asst., Conf. on Limitation of 
Armaments, Washington, 1921 ; U. S. special couns., 
Am.-Brit. Arbitration, and Am.-Mexican Claims 
Commns., 1926 ; U. S. agt.. General and Special 
Claims Commns., U. S. and Mexico, 1926 ; undersec. 
of state 1928-29; app. A. E. and P. to Mexico Oct. 
3, 1930 ; resigned Mar. 3, 1933 ; married. 

Clark, Lewis. — b. Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 16, 1895 ; 
Marion Inst., Marion, Ala., B. S. 1914 ; Uniy. of Va. 
1914-16 ; surveyor for sugar plantation in Cuba 1917 ; 
U. S. Navy 1917-19 ; elk. and mgr. for cotton mer- 
chants 1919-22 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. Sept. 11, 1925 ; v. c. of career May 20, 1926 ; 
assigned as language officer at Peking June 1, 1926 ; 
V. c. at Kalgan, temp., Dec. 2, 1926 ; language officer 
at Peiping Oct. 1, 1927 ; v. c. at Tsinan, temp.. May 
11, 1929 ; at Hankow Mar. 6, 1930 ; class eight, cons.. 



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and assigned to Hankow May 9, 1930 ; as For. Ser. 
officer to the Am. Leg. at Peiping July 5, 1932 ; sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. July 16, 1932 ; assigned as 3d sec. 
at Peiping July 21, 1932 ; married. 

Clark, Reed Paige. — b. Londonderry, N. H., Aug. 
19, 1878 ; Plnkerton Acad. grad. ; Columbian Coll. 
(now George Washington Univ.), A. B. 1898, A. M. 
and LL. B. 1901 ; mem. of bar of N. H. ; tutor and 
instructor in languages in seminary and univ. 1898- 
1901 ; committee elk., U. S. Senate, 1901-11 ; gen. re- 
ceiver of customs and financial adviser to Liberia 
1911-16; ex. sec, N. H. Fuel Admin., 1917; agt. of 
cocoa house in Africa 1918-19 ; app., after exam., 
cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Loanda, 
Angola, Oct. 28, 1919 ; class six Nov. 23, 1921 ; as- 
signed to Port Elizabeth Jan. 2, 1924 ; For. Ser. offi- 
cer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 
1925 ; assigned to Mexico City Apr. 10, 1925 ; sec. in 
the Dlplo. Ser. and assigned as 2d sec. at Monrovia 
Feb. 4, 1926 ; as cons, at Mexico City Dec. 27, 1926 ; 
at Guadalajara Sept. 10, 1928; at Santo Domingo 
Jan. 10, 1929 ; class five May 23, 1929 ; assigned to 
Belgrade Dec. 1, 1930 ; class four July 1, 1931 ; 
married. 

Clark, Rose. — b. Dallas City, 111. ; high sch. and 
business sch. grad. ; typist-elk.. Census Bu., 1930 ; 
app. elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State May 16," 
1930; at $1,440 Nov. 18, 1930; at $1,620 Mar. 24, 
1932.— DCR. 

Clark, Thomas Beeman. — h. Reagan, Tex., Feb. 8, 
1874 ; Univ. of Tex., B. S. 1906 ; railway mail ser. 
1900-1903 ; stenog. 1906-11 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 
1911-18; dep. collector of internal revenue 1918; app. 
elk. in Am. Leg. at Peking Nov. 1918 ; in Am. Con- 
sulate General at Shanghai Mar. 1919 ; v. c. at 
Shanghai Oct. 28, 1926. 

Clarke, James Brent. — b. Washington, D. C, Sept. 
30, 1870 ; attended high sch. ; in post office 1888- 
1911; supt. of mails 1911-20; with business firms 
1920-24 ; app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State 
Oct. 27, 1924 ; at $1,680 May 16, 1925 ; at $1,860 
Jan. 16, 1926 ; chief of mail section Mar. 22, 1926 ; at 
$2,100 Apr. 1, 1927; at $2,300 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,400 July 1, 1928; at $2,600 July 1, 1930; 
married. — M.\. 

Clarke, M. Augusta. — b. Washington, D. C. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. and Wilson Normal 
night sch. ; American Univ. 1927-28 ; Univ. of Chi- 
cago Ext. one yr ; private tutors ; elk. in Dept. of 
Com. twoyrs., for financial agency 1913-15, in Library 
of Cong. 1915-17, and in War Dept. 1917-20 ; editorial 
a.sst., Dept. of Labor, 1920-27 ; app. editorial asst. 
at $1,860 in the Dept. of State Mar. 14, 1927; at 
$2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 
1930.— HA. 

Clarke, Marie S. (Mrs.) — 6. Washington, D. C. ; 
attended public sch. and business sch. ; telephone 
operator 1908-10, with Emergency Fleet Corp. 1918, 
with U. S. Shipping Bd. 1918-20 ; app. telephone 
switchboard operator at $720 in the Dept. of State 
Mar. 3, 1921; at $1,140 July 1. 1924; at $1,200 



Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $1,260 Dec. 1, 1925 ; at $1,320 Mar. 
1, 1927 ; at $1,380 Nov. 1, 1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 1930 ; at $1,560 
July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act). — DCR. 

Clarke, Robert John. — b. Somersetshire, England, 
Aug. 28, 1877 ; naturalized ; attended sch. in Eng- 
land ; corr. courses ; farming in England and U. S. 
1888-96; construction work 1896-1900; U. S. Army 
1900-1903 ; Quartermaster's Dept. 1903-12 ; sec. and 
treas. of gold-mining company 1912-13 ; stenog., Bu. 
of Posts, Manila, P. I., 1913; accounting 1913-15; 
office mgr. in corr. sch. 1915-17 ; elk. in Am. Leg. at 
Peking Jan. 1917 ; in Am. Consulate General at 
Shanghai June 1917 ; v. c. at Shanghai Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
resigned Aug. 31, 1920 ; salesman 1920-28 ; app. v. c. 
at Victoria, Brazil, June 14, 1928 ; married. 

Clarkson, Anna Louise. — b. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended public schs. and business sch. ; private tutors ; 
elk.. War Dept., 1913-15, Treas. Dept., 1917-19, 
State Dept. 1919-24 ; secretary 1924-33 ; app. elk. at 
$2,600 in the Dept. of State Apr. 26, 1933.— A-JC. 

Clattenburg, Albert Edwin, Jr. — b. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Sept. 16, 1906; Univ. of Pa., A. B. 1928; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of ca- 
reer Mar. 26, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
July 1, 1929; to Athens Sept. 13, 1929; to Patras, 
temp.. Mar. 16, 1931 ; to Athens May 16, 1931 ; 
married. 

Clayton, Florence M. (Mrs.) — 6. Washington, D. C. ; 

high sch. grad. ; app. elk. at $900, temp., in the 
Dept. of State Aug. 7, 1914 ; permanently at $1,200, 
under Ex. order, June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at 
$1,400 Aug. 1, 1918 ; at $1,600 Oct. 18, 1921 ; re- 
signed Oct. 5, 1923; reapp. elk. at $1,200 Dec. 5, 
1923; at $1,440 July 1, 1924; at $1,500 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 
July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Cleveland, Theodore Sedgwick. — b. Cleveland, Ohio, 
Sept. 17, 1907 ; high sch. grad. ; Yale 1925-26 ; sec, 
elk., and translator 1927-28 ; employed on cattle and 
banana ranches one yr. ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Guadalajara Mar. 12, 1929 ; resigned Nov. 10, 
1929 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 
1930 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 17, 1930 ; 
as V. c at Buenos Aires Feb. 24, 1931. 

Clubb, Edmund Oliver. — b. South Park, Minn., Feb. 
16, 1901 ; attended engineering sch. ; Univ. of Wash. 
1922-23; Univ. of Minn., A. B. 1927, grad. work 
1927 ; George Washington Univ. 1928 ; U. S. Army 
1918-19 ; farming 1920-21 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928 ; as lan- 
guage officer at Peiping Jan. 18, 1929 ; as v. c. at 
Hankow Mar. 12, 1931 ; married. 

Clum, Harold Dunstan. — b. Saugerties, N. Y., June 
1, 1879 ; St. Stephen's Coll., A. B. 1901 ; Columbia, 
A. M. 1903; teacher in high sch. 1901-2, 1904-9; 
app. V. and dep. cons. gen. at San Salvador Apr. 7, 
1909 ; app., after exam., cons, at Ceiba Mar. 13, 1912 ; 



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at Corinto Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons, of class sevin by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned to Calgary Sept. 17. 
1915 ; class six Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to Santiago 
de Cuba Aug. 31, 1918; class five Sept. 5, 1919; 
class four Jun/' 4, 1920 ; assigned to Konigsberg Apr. 
28, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Guayaquil June 30, 1926 ; class four May 
23, 1929 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Guayaquil Oct. 9, 
1930 ; to Bucharest Jan. 13, 1933 ; manied. 

Cobb, Calvin H. (Comdr.)— 6. Kittery, Me., Nov. 
21, 1889; rhillips Exeter; U.S.N.A., grad. 1911; as- 
signed as asst. naval att. at I'aris, Madrid, and Lis- 
bon July 15, 1930 ; obseiver, Meeting of Experts on 
Radio as Used in Aviation, Paris, 1932 ; married. 

Cobb, Frances Ellen. — b. Coldwater, Mich. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; app. cIIj. at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 25, 1931 ; at $1,620 Nov. 3, 
1931.— SS. 

Cobb. George Calhoun. — 5. Americus, Ga., Aug. 31, 
1882; high sch. grad.; New York Art Sch. 1903-7; 
elk. 1901-2 ; magazine illustrator 1908-15 ; secretary 
1916-17 ; field elk. 1918 ; U. S. Army Oct.-Nov. 1918 ; 
secretary, Y. M. C. A., 1918-19 ; app. v. c. at St. 
Michael's Oct. 28, 1919 ; at Jerusalem July 13, 1921 ; 
at Alexandria Oct. 23, 1923 ; at Nancy Mar. 11, 1925 ; 
at Boulogne-sur-Mer Dec. 29, 1925 ; at Havre Mar. 

11, 1926 ; at Dakar Apr. 18, 1927 ; at St. John's, 
N. F., May 29, 1930. 

Cobbe, Jerome T.—b. Utica, N. Y., July 23, 1908; 
high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 1928-32, 
Law Sch. 1932—; advertising 1926; library asst., 
Dept. of Agric. 1930-31 ; app. elk. at $1,260 in the 
Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1931.— FA. 

Cobbs, Mary L. — b. Damascus, Ohio ; Mt. Union 
Coll., A. B. 1928 ; teacher in public sch. 1928-30 ; app. 
elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Oct. 6, 1930; at 
$1,440 Oct. 24, 1931.— DCR. 

Cochran, H. Merle. — b. Crawfordsville, Ind., July 
6, 1892 ; Wabash Coll. 1909-10 ; Univ. of Ariz., B. S. 
1913, M. S. 1914 ; app. v. and dep. cons, at Mannheim 
June 19, 1914; at Nogales Dec. 23, 1914; v. c. at 
Nogales by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; detailed to 
Guatemala 1916; resigned Aug. 1916; ranching in 
Mexico 1916-18 ; app. elk. in Am. Leg. at Berne Feb. 

12, 1918; v. e. at Lugano Oct. 7, 1918; at Kingston, 
Jamaica, Apr. 8, 1919 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to 
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 22, 1919 ; detailed to Port 
au Prince Feb. 4, 1920; to Montreal Mar. 9, 1920; 
class two May 24, 1920 ; class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; 
eons, of class seven June 22, 1922 ; class six Aug. 23, 
1922 ; detailed to the Dept. Sept. 21, 1923 ; class five 
Dee. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 
1924 ; class five Aug. 31, 1925 ; assigned to Paris 
Mar. 3, 1927 ; class four June 30, 1927 ; class three 
May 9, 1930 ; assigned to Basel Oct. 15, 1930 ; 
as For. Ser. officer to Am. Emb. at Paris Nov. 9, 
1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Nov. 9, 1932 ; assigned 
as 1st sec. at Paris Nov. 23, 1932 ; asst., 2d meeting 
of Experts' Prep. Committee for Int. Monetary and 
Economic Conf., Geneva, 1933 ; detailed for duty with 



Am. del. to Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., Lon- 
don, June 25, 1933 ; married. 

Cochran, William Pearsol, Jr. — b. Stockton, Md., 
Dec. 15, 1902; U. S. N. A., grad. 1924; U. S. Navy 
1924-26, ensign; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. e. of career May 17, 1928; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928; to Auckland 
Nov. 3, 1928 ; to Wellington Apr. 9, 1929 ; to the 
Dept., temp.. Nov. 21, 1930 ; to Mexico City Feb. 20, 
1932; married. 

Cocke, Jack Eugene. — b. Somerville, Tenn., Dec. 6, 
1888 ; high sch. grad. ; private tutors in U. S. and 
France ; bookkeeper, teller, and accountant 1907-16 ; 
U. S. Army 1916, Mexican border service ; elk.. War 
Dept., 1917 ; Army field elk. 1918-19 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Emb. at Paris Dec. 15, 1919 ; special disbursing 
officer at Paris Apr. 1, 1925 ; special disbursing 
officer. Am. Commn., Int. Colonial Expo.sition, Paris, 
1931 ; detailed to dist. acet. and disbursing office at 
Paris July 1, 1932 ; app. v. c. at Nantes Oct. 7, 1932 ; 
married. 

Codoner, Manuel Joseph. — b. New York City May 
19, 1894 ; attended high sch. ; U. S. Army 1913-15 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Valencia Dec. 1, 1916 ; 
V. e. at Valencia Jan. 15, 1917 ; at Alicante Dee. 3, 
1928 ; married. 

Coe, Robert Douglas. — b. New York City Feb. 27, 
1902 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1923 ; Mag- 
dalen Coll., Oxford, B. A. 1927 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 
1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 25, 1928 ; 
to Porto Alegre Nov. 3, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Jan. 9, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Lima Jan. 16, 
1930; at Istanbul Apr. 8, 1931. 

Cograve, Eleanor F. (Mrs.) — b. Baltimore, Md. ; at- 
tended high sch. ; app. telephone switchboard oper- 
ator, temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Sept. 22, 
1930; permanently Mar. 1, 1931. — DCR. 

Cole, Clarke Palmer. — b. Pendleton, S. C, May 24, 
1908 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. and 
salesman 1929 ; elk. -stenog., U. S. Coast Guard Head- 
quarters, 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. 
of State Feb. 25, 1930 ; at $1,620 Mar. 25, 1930 ; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1930.— FA. 

Cole, Felix.— b. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 12, 1887; 
Univ. of Wis. 1905-6 ; Harvard, A. B. 1910 ; George 
Washington, LL. B. 1928 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; re- 
porter and editorial writer 1911-12 ; agt. in Petrograd 
1913-14 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Petro- 
grad Jan. 1, 1915; v. c. at Petrograd Aug. 4, 1915; 
at Archangel Oct. 4, 1917 ; app., after exam., cons, 
of class eight Feb. 19, 1918 ; act. cml. att. at 
Archangel Nov. 26, 1918 ; directed to proceed to the 
U. S. Aug. 6, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Oct. 20, 1919 ; act. chief, Russian Divi- 
sion, Apr. 6, 1920 ; assigned to Bucharest Nov. 20, 
1920 ; class five Nov. 19, 1921 ; resigned Nov. 1921 ; 
reapp. eons, of class five Aug. 23, 1922 ; detailed to 
the Dept. Oct. 1, 1922 ; class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Aug. 



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8, 1924 ; assigned to Sydney, N. S., Sept. 26, 1924 ; 
detailed to the Dcpt. Dec. 6, 1924 ; class three June 
8, 1927; cons. gen. Aug. 6, 1928; assigned to Warsaw 
Aug. 24, 1928 ; to Frankfort-on-the-Main May 22, 
1930 ; class two July 24, 1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Oct. 25, 1930 ; assigned as couns. of leg. at Riga, 
Kovno, and Tallinn Nov. 11, 1930 ; married. 

Colebrook, Mulford Albert. — 6. Rochester, N. Y., 
Sept. 20, 1902 ; Pawling Sch. grad. ; Princeton, A. B. 
1926; private tutors in France 1927-30; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at I'ort au Prince June 9, 1931 ; 
V. c. at Port au Prince Aug. 27, 1931 ; app., after 
exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. 
at Port au Prince Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Aug. 19, 1932 ; to Brisbane Dec. 22, 1932. 

ttColeman, Frederick W. B. — ft. Detroit, Mich., 
May 17, 1874 ; Univ. of Mich., A. B. 1896, LL. B. 
1899 ; mem. of bar of Mich. ; law practice 1899-1902 ; 
counsel, mgr., and v. pres. of companies in U. S., 
England, and Norway 1902-21 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
capt., overseas service ; app. E. E. and M. P. to 
Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania Sept. 20, 1922 ; to 
Denmark Sept. 23, 1931 ; resigned May 1, 1933. 

Colladay, Montgomery Hill. — 6. Middletown, Conn., 
Dec. 6, 1902 ; Loomis Sch. ; Dartmouth, B. S. 1926 ; 
private tutor 1926-27 ; teacher in grade and high 
sch. 1927-28 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 20, 1929 ; to Hamburg Mar. 26, 
1930 (canceled); to Warsaw May 6, 1930; married. 

Collins, Harold Moorman. — b. Lynchburg, Va., June 
27, 1894 ; Washington and Lee, B. A. 1914 ; Columbia 
Univ. Sch. of Journalism 1917-18 ; principal in high 
sch. 1914-16; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It.; owner 
and mgr. of insur. agency 1919-21 ; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned 
to Dublin Dec. 14, 1921 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; 
class one May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; cons. Mar. 
3, 1925 ; assigned to Nantes June 24, 1926 ; class 
seven May 17, 1928 ; to Ensenada Sept. 28, 1929 ; 
to RiviSre du Loup Aug. 25, 1930 ; to Edmonton Apr. 
29, 1931 ; married. 

Collins, Herbert B.— 6. Maroa, 111.. Sept. 14, 1869; 
National Univ. Law Sch., LL. B. 1914 ; mem. of bar 
of D. C. ; secretary in Dept. of Justice 1902-4, in 
Dept. of Com. and Labor 1905-12, in Dept. of Com. 
1913 ; atty. and act. solicitor, Dept. of Labor, 1914- 
22 ; app. asst. solicitor at $3,000 in the Dept. of 
State Jan. 16, 1923; at $3,300 May 1, 1925; at 
$3,800 Dec. 31, 1925, effective Jan. 1, 1926 ; at $4,000 
Nov. 1, 1927; at $4,600 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $5,000 July 1, 1930 ; asst. to the legal adviser 
July 1, 1931 ; married. — LE. 

Collins, Lucy Elizabeth (Mrs.)— b. St. Albans, Vt. ; 
Iii^'h .sch. grad. ; elk., War Dept., 191.S-19; app. elk. at 
$1,000 in the Dept. of State Jan. 17, 1919 ; at $1,200 
Dec. 31, 1920, effective Jan. 1, 1921 ; at $1,500 July 
1, 1924; at $1,560 Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,680 July 1, 



1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1. 1928 ; at $1,800 
Oct. 1, 1928 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930 ; at $2,000 Feb. 
24, 1932.— DCR. 

Collins, Virginia Whitfield. — b. Norfolk, Va. ; at- 
tended business sch. ; St. Joseph's Coll., Emmits- 
burg, Md. ; George Washington Univ. 1933— ; stenog. 
1923-28 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
July 9, 1928 ; at $1,620 Aug. 1, 1929 ; at $1,740 July 
1, 1930; elk., Int. Radio Conf., Madrid, 1932.— PC. 

Oollis, Edwin J. — b. Port Huron, Mich., Aug. 12, 
1864 ; attended public sch. ; with lumber companies 
1886-1900 ; in produce business in Sault Ste. Marie, 
Ont, 1900-1920; app. v. c. at Sault Ste. Marie Sept. 
28, 1918; married. 

Compton, Clarence L. — b. Washington, D. C, Apr. 
23, 1891 ; in Dept. of State 1917-18 ; app., temp., 
in the Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1919 ; asst. messenger, 
permanently, Dec. 18, 1920.— EA. 

Condayan, Vahram Hagop. — b. Bardezag, Turkey, 
Nov. 10, 1896; Robert Coll., Constantinople, 1914-16; 
asst. librarian and tutor, Robert Coll. ; with cml. firm 
in Milan 1920-22, in Djibouti 1923-25; founded a 
business 1925 ; app. cons. agt. at Djibouti Apr. 1, 

1929 ; married. 

Connelly, Bernard Chamberlin. — 5. Rock Island, 
111., May 3, 1908 ; Phillips Exeter grad. ; Princeton, 
.A. B. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Con.sulate at Trieste 
June 20, 1931 ; v. c. at Trieste Aug. 8, 1931 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned 
as V. c. at Trieste Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Mar. 17, 1932; to Sydney, N.S.W., July 26, 
1932; to Melbourne Mar. 6, 1933. 

Conover, Margaret Ferguson (Mrs.) — b. Adams, 
Mass. ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; Y.M.C.A. 
Sch., Washington, 1919 ; George Washington Univ. 
1925 ; sec. in bank one yr. ; stenog. three yrs. ; app. 
elk., temp., at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Jan. 5, 
1918 ; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1918 ; permanently at $1,000 
Jan. 27, 1919 ; at $1,200 June 10, 1919 ; at $1,400 
Mar. 15, 1921 ; asst. chief, stenographic section, Oct. 
1, 1923; at $1,600 Feb. 1, 1924; at $1,860 July 1, 
1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $2,000 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at 
$2,300 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,400 July 1, 1930 ; elk., 1st 
stage. Gen. Di.sarmament Conf., Geneva, 1932. — SS. 

Conrad, Kathryn H. (Mrs.) — b. Washington, D. C. ; 
attended high sch. and private sch. ; newspaper work 
1906-8, 1915-18 ; app. elk., temp., at $990 in the 
Dept. of State Feb. 9, 1918 ; permanently at $900 
Nov. 18, 1918 ; at $1,000 Mar. 1, 1919 ; at $1,200 Dec. 
31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920; at .$1,400 Mar. 1, 
1924; at $1,680 July 1, 1924; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 
July 1, 1930; at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act).— DCR. 

Consldine, Mildred Anderson (Mrs.) — b. Coyle, Okla. ; 
Kansas City Jr. Coll., grad. 1927 ; George Washington 
Univ. 1929-31 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of 



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BIOGRAPHIES 



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State Apr. 10, 1928; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,620 Nov. 1, 1929 ; at $1,680 July 1, 
1930.— DCR. 

Constant, Samuel Victor (Maj.) — b. New York City 
Feb. 22, 1894 ; Columbia 1913-15 ; Purdue, B. S. 
1917 ; North China Union Language Sch., Peiping, 
1923-27 ; Georgetown, A. M. 1930 ; entered U. S. 
Army Nov. 30, 1916 ; language student at Peiping 
1923-25 ; asst. mil. att. at Peiping 1925-27 ; assigned 
as asst. mil. att. at Peiping Feb. 3, 1932 ; married. 

Converse, Charles Albert. — 6. Valdosta, Ga., July 
31, 1904 ; Lawrcnceville Sch. grad. ; tutors ; Va. Mil. 
Inst. ; partner in real estate and insur. firm 1927- 
30; app., after exam.. For. Ser. oflQcer unclass., v. c. 
of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 19, 1929; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 2, 1930 ; as v. c. 
at Cape Town July 26, 1930 ; married. 

Conz, Laura. — b. Northampton, Mass. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; bookkeeper and typist 1928- 
29 ; app. elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State May 16, 
1930 ; at $1,440 June 1, 1931.— DCR. 

Cook, Helen Williamson (Mrs.) — b. Quincy, III.; 
high sch. grail. ; attended business sch. ; stenog. in 
law office 1911 ; court reporter 1912 ; teacher in 
business sch. 1913 ; stenog., U. S. Food Admin., 1917- 
19, for a national temperance society 1921 ; public 
stenog. 1922-24 ; elk.. Veterans' Bu., 1924-25 ; app. 
elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Feb. 17, 1925; 
at $1,500 Dec. 16, 1925; at $1,860 Dec. 1, 1926; at 
$1,920 Jan. 1, 1928; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 ; private sec. to the 
undersec. of state at $2,600 Nov. 1, 1928; at $2,800 
July 1, 1930 ; private sec. to asst. sec. of state May 1, 
1931.— A-M. 

Cooke, Arthur Bledsoe. — b. Meltons, Va.. June 15, 
1809 ; Univ. of Va., B. A. 1895, Ph. D. 1901 ; Univ. 
of Gottingen and Univ. of Berlin, Germany, 1899- 
1900 ; prof, of French and German, Wofford Coll., 
1S95-1908 ; dir., dept. of European civilization and 
languages, Throop Polytech. Inst, (now Calif. Inst, 
(if Tech.), 1908-10 and dir., summer sch., 1909; 
author of several hooks ; app., after exam., cons, at 
Patras Mar. 7, 1910 ; cons, of class nine by act ap- 
proved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven Mar. 2, 1915 ; class 
six Sept. 5, 1919, and assigned to Swansea; For. 
Si>r. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Plymouth Apr. 29, 1926 ; class six June 2, 1926 ; class 
five July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Cooke, Charles Lee. — b. Washington, D. C, July 22, 
1865; attended high sch.; private tutors; U. S. Pat- 
ent Office ; app. elk. at $900 in Dept. of State July 
9, 1901; at $1,000 July 1, 1902; at $1,200 July 1, 
1903; at $1,400 July 2, 1906; at $1,600 Mar. 23, 
1907 ; elk. in Am. Emb. at London Feb. 27, 1909 ; 
at $1,800 in the Dept. of State Aug. 2, 1909 ; draft- 
ing officer at $2,500 July 1, 1919 ; ceremonial officer 
Aug. 8, 1919 ; at $3,000 Nov. 1, 1921 ; ceremonial 
officer, Conf. on Limitation of Armament, Washing- 
ton, 1921 ; at $3,800 July 1, 1924 ; at $4,000 July 
1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $4,800 July 1, 1930; cere- 



monial officer. Special Mission to the Coronation of 
the King of Ethiopia, 1930; at $5,200 Jan. 19, 
1931.— PC. 

Cooke, Hedley Vicars, Jr. — b. East Orange, N. J., 
May 3, 1906 ; Cartaret Acad. ; Phillips Andover ; 
Yale, B. A. 1927 ; Instructor In French and Spanish, 
Mohegan Lake Sch., 1927-28 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Edinburgh Nov. 20, 1928 ; v. c. at Edin- 
burgh May 1, 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, sec. in the DIplo. Ser., and 
assigned as v. c. at Edinburgh Dec. 19, 1929 ; at 
Caracas June 23, 1930 ; at Santo Domingo Oct. 25, 
1930 ; at Tsingtao Feb. 16, 1932 ; at Shanghai Apr. 
21, 1933. 

Cooke, William Edward. — b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 4, 
1906 ; high sch. grad. ; machinist 1925-29 ; cml. work 
1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Aug. 12, 1931.— DCR. 

Cookingham, Harris Nicks. — b. Red Hook on Hud- 
son. N. Y., Nov. 3, 1883 ; Syracuse Univ., A. B. 1907 ; 
sec. 1907-10 ; app. v. and dep. cons, at Seville Jan. 7, 
1911 ; V. and dep. cons. gen. at Barcelona Oct. 6, 
1914 ; V. c. at Barcelona Feb. 6, 1915 ; app.. after 
exam., cons, of class eight and detailed to Barcelona 
Feb. 19, 1918 ; assigned to Tunis May 27, 1919 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five Nov. 23, 1921 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Tan- 
gier Aug. 23, 1924 ; to Tunis Oct. 13, 1924 ; to Saigon 
Oct. 23, 1924 ; to Tenerife May 29, 1928 ; to Vancouver 
Nov. 21, 1930. 

Cooper, Charles Albert. — b. Humboldt, Nebr., Oct. 
21, 1908 ; Univ. of Nebr., A. B. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Havre Sept. 16, 1931 ; v. c. at Havre 
Nov. 3, 1931 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Havre Jan. 2, 
1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 19, 1932 ; to Canton 
Dec. 22, 1932. 

Cooper, Mildred Curran (Mrs.) — b. Knoxville, Tenn. ; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk. in law office 
for six yrs. ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
June 24, 1930; at $1,620 Aug 1, 1930; elk.. Int. 
Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 1933. — SS. 

Cootes, Merritt Newton. — b. Norfolk, Va., Mar. 11, 

1909 ; Woodberry Forest Sch. grad. ; Ecole He de 
France 1929 ; Princeton, A. B. 1931 ; bank elk., Paris, 
1929 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. 
of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; 
assigned to the Dept., temp., Jan. 20, 1932 ; as v. c. 
at Port au Prince June 24, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Feb. 24, 1933 ; to Hong Kong June 13, 1933. 

Copley, William Edward. — b. Altoona, Pa., July 30, 
1893; St. Francis Coll., grad. 1916; Spalding Coll., 
grad. 1917 ; store mgr. 1917-18 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; 
teacher in high sch. 1921-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Port au Prince Oct. 29, 1923 ; v. c. at Port 
au Prince June 9, 1925 ; at Santiago, Cuba, Oct. 23, 
1925; at Matanzas, tciiip., .Inly 7. 1926; at Santiago 
Aug. 17, 1926 ; at Monterrey June 19, 1928. 



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Corcoran, William Warwick. — 6. Washington, D. C, 
Sept. 5, 1884 ; attended private sch. and business 
sch. ; Georgetown Law Sch. two yrs. ; Univ. of Lille, 
France, summer course; newspaper corr. nnd editor 
1905-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It. ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class throe May 2A, 1920; 
assigned to Calcutta Aug. 2, 1920; to Bombay Sept. 
14, 1920; to Calcutta Oct. 19, 1920; to Madras Mar. 
2S, 1921 ; to Boulogne-sur-Mer May 14, 1921 ; class 
two Nov. 17, 1921 ; For. Ser. ofQcer unclass. July 1, 
1924 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to i:oulogne- 
sur-Mer May 23, 1929 ; to Warsaw May 28, 1929 ; 
class seven Feb. 4, 1931 ; to Algiers Oct. 12, 1931 ; 
to Gibraltar, temp., June 3, 1932 ; to Algiers Aug. 13, 
1932 ; to Matamoros Nov. 7. 1932 (canceled) ; to 
Kingston, Jamaica, Feb. 7, 1933. 

Corley, Virginia C. — b. Pensacola, Fla. ; high sch. 
grad. ; Southeastern Univ., B. C. S. 1933 ; bookkeeper 
1927-29 ; elk. Govt, depts. 1929-30 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Sept. 22, 1930. — PD. 

Cornell, Kenneth Hall (1st Lt.) — ft. Salamanca, 
N. Y., July 16, 1904; U.S.N.A., grad. 1926; assigned 
as language officer at Tokyo June 19. 1931. 

Cornette, Estelle B. (Mrs.) — 6. Pulaski, Va. ; Stone- 
wall Jackson Coll. one yr. ; State Teachers Coll., 
Harrisonburg, Va., grad. 1921 ; George Washington, 
A. B. 1929, grad. work 1932-33 ; publicity asst. in 
Dept. of Labor 1926-29 ; app. editorial asst. at .1!1,800 
in the Dept. of State July 1, 1929 ; at $2,000 June 1, 
1930.— HA. 

Corrigan, John.— 6. Atlanta. Ga., July 25, 1878 ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; George 
Washington Law Sch. three months ; Univ. of Paris 
four months ; newspaper reporter, editor, and corr. 
1898-1917; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt., overseas 
service ; app. v. c. at Havre Oct. 30, 1919 ; app., 
after exam., cons, of class seven June 4, 1920 ; de- 
tailed to Havre ; assigned to Cherbourg Sept. 11, 1922 ; 
class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned 
to Dublin Nov. 20, 1925; to Smyrna Nov. 19, 1926; 
to Venice Dec. 2, 1929 ; class five July 24, 1930 ; 
married. 

Corrigan, Katharine P. — 6. Fargo, N. Dak. ; high 
sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1930-31 ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Feb. 24, 1931 ; at 
$1,620 Nov. 3, 1931.— SS. 

Costello, Walter Thomas. — b. San Francisco, Calif., 
Aug. 12, 1897 ; attended business high sch. ; stenog. 
and elk. ; app. v. c. at Sydney, N.S.W., Jan. 22. 
1921 ; at Newcastle Sept. 30, 1922 ; at Sydney Aug. 
21, 1923; at Melbourne, temp.. Mar. 20, 1926; at 
Sydney Aug. 9, 1926 ; at Suva, temp., May 22, 1929 ; 
at Ensenada Aug. 4, 1930. 

Coudray, Robert Carter. — 6. Newport, R. I., Dec. 21, 
1895 ; business high sch. grad. ; bank elk. 1917 ; 
U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas service; sec. Federal 
Bd. of Vocational Education, 1919 ; elk., Naval Station 
at Guantanamo, Cuba, 1919-23 ; purchasing agt., 
Navy Dept., 1924 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate Gen- 



eral at Hankow Jan. 22, 1924 ; v. c. at Hankow 
Sept. 24, 1926; elk. at Mukden June 25, 1928; v. c. 
at Mukden Oct. 1, 1928; at Swatow Oct. 8, 1931. 

Coulter, Eliot Brewster. — 6. Austinburg, Ohio, May 
11, 1892; Princeton, Litt. B. 1914; Harvard, A. M. 
1915 ; George Washington, LL. B. 1931 ; banking 
191.5-17; app., after exam., cons. asst. Sept. 4, 1917; 
v. c. at St. Nazaire Nov. 17, 1917 ; at Helsingfors 
Mar. 12, 1919 ; app. v. c. of career of class three 
May 25, 1920, and assigned to Helsingfors ; to London 
July 20, 1920 ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; class one 
May 26, 1922 ; con.s. of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
class six Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
seven July 1, 1924 ; resigned July 1925 ; banking 
1925-26 ; app. drafting officer at $3,000 in the Dept. 
of State Feb. 1, 1926 ; at $3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $3,300 Sept. 1, 1928; at $3,800 May 1, 1930; 
asst. chief, Visa Office, July 1, 1930 ; at $4,600 Dec. 1, 
1930 ; asst. chief. Visa Division, Jan. 1, 1931 ; mar- 
ried. — VD. 

ttCournoyer, Gaston Armand. — 5. Berlin, N. H., Apr, 
25, 1899; Univ. of Pa., B. S. 1922; S. A. T. C. 1918; 
elk. in Can.Tda 1922-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Bahia Ang. 1923 ; v. c. at Bahia Jan. 25, 1924 ; 
at Manfios Nov. 3, 1924; at Montreal Jan. 12, 1926; 
at Campbellton Oct. 7, 1927 ; app., after exam., For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned to 
Nuevo Laredo Oct. 24, 1928 ; to Kingston, Jamaica, 
Sept. 16, 1929 ; to Veracruz Jan. 10, 1933 ; resigned 
June 30, 1933. 

Cousins, Albert Howard, Jr. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Oct. 25, 1907 ; Univ. of Oreg., B. A. 1929 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 4, 1930 ; assigned as 
v. c. at Vancouver June 17, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Feb. 11, 1931; to Caracas June 20, 1931. 

Covel, Alice M. — h. Naples, N. Y. ; high sch. grad. ; 
attended business sch. ; app. asst. telephone switch- 
board operator at $600 in the Dept. of State Sept. 
25, 1907; elk. at $900 Oct. 14, 1914, effective Oct. 
1 ; at $1,200 June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at 
$1,400 Nov. 25, 1918; at $1,680 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,860 May 1, 1925; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Coville, Cabot. — 6. Washington, D. C, Mar. 25, 
1902; Deep Springs Prep. Sch.; Harvard 1922; Cor- 
nell, A. B. 1923 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. May 28, 1926; v. c. of careT June 15, 1926; 
assigned as language officer at Tokyo Apr. 8, 1927 ; 
as V. c. at Kobe Nov. 4, 1929 ; at Dairen, temp., Sept. 
19, 1930 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Dairen 
Feb. 4, 1931 ; to Kobe May 25, 1931 ; to Tokyo Aug. 
12, 1931 ; to Harbin Jan. 25, 1932 ; married. 

Cowan, Robert Thomas. — b. Bristol, Tenn., Mar. 30, 
1907 ; high .sch. grad. ; East Tenn. State Coll. 1923- 
24 ; King Coll. 1924-25 ; Univ. of Tex. Coll. of Mines 
1927-28; app. elk. in the Am. Consulate at Ciudad 
Juarez Sept. 1, 1928 ; v. c. at Ciudad Juarez Dec. 18, 
1929; at San Luis PotosI Nov. 25, 1930; at Yar- 
mouth Dec. 12, 1931 ; at Nantes Feb. 3, 1933. 



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Cox, Hulda Virginia. — 6. Wellsburg, W. Va. ; high 
3ch. grad. ; Manch Coll., giad. 1928 ; Southern Coll., 
;rad. 1929 ; stenog. 1930 ; reporter 1931 ; app. dk. at 
f 1,440 in the Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1931.— SS. 

Cox, Raymond Edwin. — 6. Boston, Mass., Oct. 1, 
L893 ; I'hlllips Andover ; Yale, B. A. 1915 ; U. S. 
A.rmy 1917-19, capt. ; sales mgr. of exporting firm 
1919-21 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of 
:lass four Aug. 24, 1921 ; assigned to the Dept. Sept. 
I, 1921 ; to Lima Oct. 22, 1921 ; to the Dept. July 
26, 1923 ; app. sec. of class three May 3, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; sec. of special 
mission. Centennial of the Battle of Ayacucho, 1924 ; 
aetailed for duty with the Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary 
Commn. 1925 ; assigned as 2d sec. at London Oct. 1, 
1926 ; class five May 17, 1928 ; class four Dec. 19, 
1929; sec. of del. to Conf. of Wheat Exporting Coun- 
tries, London, 1931 ; married. 

Coyle, John Joseph. — b. Buffalo, N. Y., July 26, 
1896 ; high sch. grad. ; attended cml. sch. ; Univ. of 
Madrid 1923; Centro de Bstudios Historicos 1924; 
with steel corp. 1915-16 ; elk. for railroad 1916-18 ; 
U. S. Army 1918 ; dep. collector, Bu. of Internal 
Revenue, 1919 ; accountant 1919-21 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Bilbao Jan. 1921 ; in Am. Consulate 
General at Barcelona Apr. 1921 ; v. c. at Madrid 
May 16, 1922 ; at Bilbao Mar. 5, 1925 ; at Madrid 
July 9, 1925; at Seville, temp., Dec. 10, 1925; at 
Oporto Feb. 13, 1926 ; at Tenerife, temp., Dec. 13, 
1926 ; at Funcbal, temp., Jan. 3, 1927 ; at Las 
Palmas Feb. 12, 1927 ; at Nueva Gerona Mar. 23, 
1928 ; at Guadeloupe, temp., June 10, 1929 ; at Dakar 
Dec. 30, 1929 ; at Paris Sept. 28, 1931 ; at Bristol 
Nov. 25, 1932 ; married. 

Grain, Earl Thomas. — b. Quincy, IlL, Oct. 25, 1907 ; 
Univ. of 111., B. A. 1927 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Habana Feb. 1, 1928 ; v. c. at Habana 
Nov. 5, 1929 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer un- 
class., V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 
17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Habana Jan. 2, 1932 ; 
at Matanzas May 10, 1932 ; at Port Lim6n Aug. 16, 
1932 ; as 3d sec. at Managua June 21, 1933. 

Craley, Vivian Raymond. — b. Hagerstown, Md., 
Aug. 14, 1891 ; attended business sch. ; Emerson 
Inst. ; Georgetown Law Sch. 1909-11 ; Georgetown 
Sch. of For. Ser., grad. 1925 ; elk. 1910-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, overseas service ; elk. and supervisor, 
Bu. of Internal Revenue, 1919-22 ; elk.. War Dept., 
1924-25 ; app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State 
Feb. 3, 1925 ; at $1,200 Dec. 1, 1925 ; at $1,500 Jan. 

16, 1926; at $1,680 Mar. 1, 1926; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,860 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 
July 1, 1928 ; at $2,040 July 1, 1930 ; married.— PD. 

Cramer, William Ford. — b. Washington, D. C., May 

17, 1886; attended high sch.; business sch. grad.; 
law office 1904 ; bookkeeper and typist, Dept. of 
Interior, 1905-6 ; cml. employment 1908-9 ; app. elk. 
at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 22, 1909; at 
$1,200, temp., July 9, 1912 ; permanently under Ex. 
order Nov. 7, 1912 ; at $1,600 June 22, 1916, effective 
July 1 ; at $1,800 Nov. 25, 1918 ; special asst. at 
$2,000 May 31, 1924, effective June 1 ; at $2,300 July 



1, 1924 ; at $2,400 Mar. 1, 1925 ; disbursing officer 
of the Dept. Jan. 1, 1928; at $2,500 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $2,600 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,900 
Nov. 1, 1928; at $3,200 Sept. 1, 1929; at $3,400 
July 1, 1930; at $3,500 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act) ; married. — DO. 

Cramp, William Miller. — b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 
6, 1902 ; Chestnut Hill Acad. grad. ; Princeton, B. S. 
1922 ; Rensselaer Polytech. Inst., C. E. 1925 ; engineer- 
ing 1926-29 ; teaching 1930 ; prospecting in Haiti and 
Dutch Guiana 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Cairo June 4, 1931 ; v. c. at Cairo Aug. 7, 1931 ; at 
Istanbul Oct. 24, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Istanbul Jan. 

2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 19, 1932 ; to 
Belize Dec. 22, 1932. 

Crane, John Alden (Maj.) — b. St. Georges, Md., Dec. 
2, 1885 ; Marston's Univ. Sch. grad. ; Johns Hopkins, 
A. B. 1907 ; entered U. S. Army Sept. 25, 1908 ; as- 
signed as mil. att. at Sofia and Istanbul Feb. 1, 1932 ; 
married. 

Crane, Maud M. — b. Washington, D. C. ; attended 
private sch. in England and high sch. and seminary 
in U. S. ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State 
Oct. 13, 1902; at $1,000 May 24, 1905, effective 
June 1; at $1,200 July 2, 1906; at $1,400 Oct. 5, 
1907 ; at $1,600 Dec. 13, 1917 ; at $1,860 July 1, 
1924; at $1,920 Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,980 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,040 July 1, 1930; at $2,100 
July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— FA. 

Crane, William Carey (Maj.) — b. Fort Bayard, 
N. M., Mar. 25, 1891 ; U.S.M.A., grad. 1913 ; assigned 
as mil. att. at Tokyo June 17, 1933 ; married. 

Crawford, Eleanor McGrath (Mrs.) — b. New Haven, 
Conn. ; attended high sch. ; business sch. grad. ; 
bookkeeper 1920-29 ; accountant 1929-31 ; app. elk. 
at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Jan. 5, 1931.— PD. 

Crenshaw, David. — b. East Falls Church, Va., Apr. 
4, 1899 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
George Washington Univ. one yr. ; app. elk., temp., at 
$900 in the Dept. of State Dec. 21, 1917; at $1,020 
July 1, 1918; permanently at $900 Jan. 27, 1919; at 
$1,000 July 1, 1919 ; at $1,200 May 1, 1920 ; at $1,400 
Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923 ; at $1,680 July 
1, 1924; at $1,860 July 1, 1925; at $1,920 Nov. 1, 
1927; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 
July 1, 1930; married. — DCR. 

Crim, Elsie May.— b. Winston-Salem, N. C. ; high 

sch. and business sch. grad. ; secretary 192.J-29 ; elk.. 
Veterans' Bu., Apr.-Nov. 1930 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State Nov. 10, 1930.— DCR. 

Crist, William Earl (1st Lt.) — b. Harrisburg, Pa., 
Aug. 10, 1898; U.S.M.A., grad. 1920; assigned as lan- 
guage officer at Peiping May 9, 1932 ; married. 

Crocker, Edward Savage, 2d. — b. Fitchburg, Mass., 
Dec. 20, 1895 ; St. Mark's Sch. ; Princeton, A. B. 
1920; Columbia Univ. Law Sch. 1921-22; U. S. 



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Navy 1917-19, ensign ; in paper manufactory 1921 ; 
app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four 
Sept. 22, 1922, and assigned to the Dcpt. ; asst. sec. 
of Am. del., Conf. on Cen. American Affairs, Wash- 
ington, 1922-23 ; assigned to San Salvador Mar. 20, 
1923 ; to Warsaw Jan. 7, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 3d sec. of emb. 
at Rome Apr. 10, 1925 ; class seven Aug. 31, 1925 ; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Budapest Dec. 13, 1926 ; at 
Stockholm May 17, 1929 ; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929 ; class 
six Dec. 19, 1929; married. 

Crone, Edith Lillian. — b. Washington, Iowa ; at- 
tended business sch. ; Hastings Coll., A. B. 1925 ; 
George Washington Univ. 1929-30; Berlitz Sch. of 
Languages 1031 ; teacher in high sch. 1925-28 ; 
stenog. in publishing house 1929, in U. S. Patent 
Office 1929-30 ; app. editorial asst. at $1,800 in the 
Dept. of State May 1, 1930 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1930 ; 
awarded trip to Valparaiso, Chile, as flrst prize in 
contest conducted by Geographic and Historical So- 
ciety of the Americas, 1931; at $2,000 Nov. 11, 
1931.— HA. 

Crook, Linton. — 5. Anniston, Ala., Nov. 10, 1901 ; 
Ala. Presbyterian Coll. ; Marion Mil. Inst. ; Univ. of 
Ala. five yrs. ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at 
Milan May 1, 1925; v. c. at Milan Nov. 22, 1927; at 
Lucerne, temp., June 8, 1929 ; at Milan Oct. 17, 1929 ; 
at Penang June 20, 1931. 

Crosby, Sheldon Leavitt. — 6. New York City Nov. 9, 
1880 ; private tutor ; attended sch. in Germany ; Insur. 
office, trust company, and railway office twelve yrs. ; 
app., after exam., 3d sec. at London Mar. 31, 1910 ; 
sec. of leg. and cons. gen. at Bangkok Aug. 22, 1912 ; 
2d sec. at Madrid July 16, 1914 ; sec. of emb. or leg. 
of class three by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned 
to Vienna July 21, 1915; to London May 22, 1917; 
class two July 18, 1917 ; assigned to Rome Feb. 1, 
1919 ; class one June 28. 1920 ; assigned to Stockholm 
Nov. 13, 1920 ; to the Dept. Oct. 13, 1921 ; as couns. 
of emb. at Rio de Janeiro Oct. 20, 1921 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class one July 1, 1924 ; assigned as couns. 
of emb. at Constantinople Nov. 15, 1924 ; at Madrid 
Jan. 13, 1930 ; at Warsaw May 26, 1932. 

Cross, Cecil Merne Putnam. — 6. Rangoon, India, of 
Am. parents, Nov. 2, 1891 ; Brown Univ., A. B. and 
A. M. 1915 ; Univ. of Chicago, Ph. D. 1922 ; elk.. War 
Dept, 1918-19 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of 
class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to Palermo Dec. 
9, 1919 ; to Naples Apr. 17, 1920 ; cons, of class seven 
June 2, 1920 ; assigned to Aden Nov. 30, 1921 ; to 
Lourengo Marques July 7, 1922 ; class six Mar. 1, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
class six Feb. 24, 1925; assigned to Port Elizabeth 
Apr. 10, 1925 ; to Cape Town May 15, 1925 ; class 
five May 23, 1929 ; to Barcelona June 25, 1932 ; 
married. 

Cruger, Alexander Pendleton. — 6. San Antonio, Tex., 
Sept. 21, 1886 ; Hill Sch. ; Brooklyn Latin Sch. ; app. 
V. c. at U6ge Sept. 23, 1907; elk. in Am. Leg. at 



Brussels June 1913 ; app., after exam., v. c. of careei 
of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned to Marseille 
Dec. 14, 1921 ; to Messina July 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Antwerp 
Dec. 12, 1928 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to 
Antwerp July 24, 1930; to Malm5 Nov. 20, 1931; 
to Bergen July 5, 1932 ; to Funchal May 18, 1933 ; 
married. 

Cudahy, John. — ft. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 10, 1887; 
Marquette Acad. grad. ; Univ. of Wis. 1905-6, LL. B. 
1913 ; St. Mary's, Kans., 1907 ; Harvard, A. B. 1910 ; 
mem. of bar of Wis. ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It., 
overseas service ; practised law 1913-17 ; v. pres. of 
meat packing firm 1917-22 ; pres. and v. pres. of real 
estate companies 1923-33 ; app. A. E. and P. to 
Poland June 13, 1933 ; married. 

Culbertson, Paul Trauger. — ft. Greensburg, Pa., Apr. 
11, 1897; Coll. of Emporia 1916-17; Yale, Ph. B. 
1923 ; George Washington, LL. B. ; mem. of bar of 

D. C. ; U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas service ; Dept. of 
Com. 1920 ; jr. accountant, summer 1921 ; elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Paris July-Oct. 1922 ; app. drafting 
officer at $2,500 in the Dept. of State July 3, 1923; 
at $2,800 July 1, 1924 ; sec. of Am. del.. Preliminary 
Conf. on Oil Pollution of Navigable Waters, Washing- 
ton, 1926; at $3,000 June 16, 1926; at $3,200 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $3,300 July 1, 1928; 
at $3,800 Oct. 1, 1928; at $4,600 Oct. 1, 1929; divi- 
.sional asst. at $5,600 July 1, 1930 ; asst. chief. Divi- 
sion of Western European Affairs, at $6,500 Jan. 28, 
1932 ; married.— WE. 

Culbertson, William Smith. — ft. Greensburg, Pa., 
Aug. 5, 1884 ; Coll. of Emporia, A. B. 1907 ; Yale, 

B. A. 1908, Ph. D. 1911 ; Univ. of Leipzig and Ber- 
lin ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; maj., O. R. C. ; examiner. 
Tariff Bd., 1910-12 ; law practice 1912-15 ; Federal 
Trade Commn., representative studying trade con- 
ditions in Latin Amer., 1915-16, special counsel and 
mem. of bd. of review, 1916-17 ; overseas sec, Y. M. 

C. A., 1918; mem. U. S. Tariff Commn. 1917-25, \ 
chm. 1922-25 ; tech. adviser to Am. del., Conf. on 
Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921-22; 
round table leader, Williamstown Inst, of Politics, 
1922-24 ; lecturer, Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser.^ 
1919-25 ; author and contributor to magazines ; app. 

E. E. and M. P. to Rumania Apr. 28, 1925 ; A. E. and 
P. to Chile June 19, 1928; married. 

Cummans, William Walter. — ft. New Stark, Ohio, 
June 23, 1887 ; private tutors ; attended business sch. ; 
Ohio Northern Univ. 1907-9 ; accountancy sch. grad. ; 
teacher in public sch. 1907-13 ; elk. in War Dept. 
1918-20, in Gen. Land Office 1920-23 ; public account- 
ing 1923-24; elk. in Navy Dept. 1924-25; app. elk. 
at $1,320 in the Dept. of State May 1, 1925 ; at 
$1,500 Mar. 16, 1926 ; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 July 2, 1930; 
married. — DCR. 

Camming, Hugh Smith, Jr. — ft. Richmond, Va., Mar. 
10, 1900 ; attended private sch. in Japan ; Va. Mil. 



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Inst. 1917-20; Uiiiv. of Va. 1920-21. Law Sch. 1921- 
24 ; mem. of bar of Va. ; U. S. Army 1918 ; asst. 
purser, summer 1921; park ranger, summer 1923; 
with int. banking firms in London, Bombay, Singa- 
pore, and Peking 1924-27 ; elk. in Am. Leg. at Peking 
Aug. 1927-Feb. 1928; app. drafting officer and tech. 
adviser at ?2,400 in tlie Dept. of State June 21. U)2S ; 
at $2,600 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $3,200 May 1, 
1930; at $3,800 Dec. 1, 1930; at $4,600 Dec. 24, 
1931 ; asst. to Am. del.. Int. Monetary and Economic 
Conf., London, 1933. — S. 

Cunningham, Edwin Sheddan, — b. East Tenn., July 6, 
1868 ; Maryville Coll., A. B. 1889 ; Univ. of Mich., 
LL. B. 1893 ; mem. of bar of Mich. ; railway mail 
service 1889-90 ; law publishing house 1894-96 ; 
law practice 1896-98; app., after exam., cons, at 
Aden Feb. 16, 1898; at Bergen Mar. 3, 1903; at 
Durban June 22, 1906; at Bombay Dee. 20, 1910; 
cons. gen. at Singapore Aug. 22, 1912 ; at Hankow 
Dec. 22, 1914 ; cons. gen. of class five by act ap- 
proved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class four Sept. 14, 1917 ; 
assigned to Shanghai Sept. 8, 1919 ; class three 
June 4, 1920 ; special intelligence and relief work 
at Kobe, Japan, Sept. 1-25, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class two July 1, 1924 ; class one Dee. 17, 1925 ; 
by Ex. order of Mar. 3, 1933, retained on active duty 
for a period not in excess of five yrs. from July 6, 
1933; married. 

Curtis, Charles Boyd. — b. New York City Dec. 6, 
1878 ; Berkeley Sch. ; Groton Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. ; 
Columbia Univ. Law Sch. ; elk. and buyer 1899-1905 ; 
N. Y. Nat. Guard 1901-7; sec. to Am. Amb. at 
Petrograd 1907-8 ; app., after exam., 3d sec. at 
Constantinople May 15, 1909 ; sec. of leg. at Christi- 
ania Mar. 31, 1910; sec. of leg. and cons. gen. at 
Santo Domingo Feb. 1, 1912 ; unassigned from Nov. 
10, 1913 ; 2d sec. at Rio de Janeiro May 22, 1914 ; 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class three by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned to Bogota Mar. 6, 1915 ; to 
Panama Jan. 3, 1917 ; to Tegucigalpa Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
class two Aug. 27, 1918 ; assigned to Managua aa 
charge Oct. 7, 1918; to Christiania Mar. 11, 1919; 
to the Dept. June 7, 1921 ; class one Aug. 24, 1921 ; 
assigned to Guatemala Dec. 15, 1921 ; to the Dept. 
Feb. 24, 1922 ; as couns. of leg. at Budapest Oct. 
20, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 

1924 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Munich Apr. 11, 

1925 ; couns. of emb. at Habana July 18, 1927 ; class 
one May 23, 1929 ; E. E. and M. P. to the Dominican 
Republic Dec. 16, 1929 ; to El Salvador Aug. 1, 1931 ; 
married. 

Cussans, Frank. — &. Mitchell, S. Dak., Feb. 5, 
1895 ; attended business sch. ; Ohio Northern Univ., 
B. S. 1920; Univ. of Bordeaux, France, 1919; U. S. 
A.rmy 1917-19, overseas service ; accountant and elk. 
tor railroad 1920-21 ; teacher, ficole Normale de 
Garcons, Limoges, France, and messenger in Am. 
Consulate at Limoges 1921-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Bordeaux June 1923 ; v. c. at Bordeaux 
4.pr. 23, 1926; married. 

Cyphers, Dudley E. — 6. Easton, Pa., Oct. 24, 1903 ; 
tiigh sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk. 1922-30 ; 



bookkeeper 1930 ; teacher 1930-32 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Leg. at Santo Domingo Mar. 10, 1932 ; in Am. Con- 
sulate at Santo Domingo July 12, 1932 ; v. c. at 
Santo Domingo July 27, 1932 ; married. 

Daggert, Ethel L. — 6. Mt. Carroll, III. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Nov. 18, 1929; at $1,620 May 18, 
1930.— SS. 

Dalferes, Sabin Jean. — 6. Belle Rose, La., Feb. 16, 
1888 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; salesman 
and dept. mgr. in store eight yrs. ; newspaper work 
two yrs. ; U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas service ; 
with Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; 
app. V. c. at Warsaw Mar. 10, 1920 ; at Hamburg 
Mar. 7, 1928 ; married. 

Daniel, Helen Lane. — &. Fredericksburg, Va. ; at- 
tended private sch. ; Fredericksburg Coll. 1910-11 ; 
Fredericksburg State Normal Sch., grad. 1913 ; Wash- 
ington Sch. of Accountancy 1920-22 ; American Univ., 
B. S. 1930 ; teacher in public sch. 1913-18 ; elk.. War 
Trade Bd., 1918-19, Bu. of Census, 1919-22; app. 
elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State May 26, 1922; 
at $1,680 July 1, 1924; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1927; at 
$1,860 Nov. 1, 1927; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— CR. 

Daniels, Josephus. — 6. Washington, N. C, May 18, 
1862 ; Univ. of N. C. Law Sch. 1884 ; mem. of bar of 
N. C. ; editor of newspapers 1880-1933 ; sec. of the 
navy 191.3-21 ; app. A. E. and P. to Mexico Mar. 17, 
1933 ; married. 

Daniels, Paul Clement. — 6. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 26, 
1903; Phillips Andover ; Yale, B. A. 1924; Univ. of 
Dijon and Grenoble, summer 1924 ; Univ. of Toulouse 
1924-25 ; teacher of French, Riverdale Country Sch., 
1925-26 ; app., aftor exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career July 5, 1927 ; assigned to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Valparaiso Feb. 24, 
1928 ; to Call May 23, 1929 ; to Buenaventura, temp., 
Oct. 3, 1929 ; to La Paz Aug. 16, 1930 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Apr. 9, 1931 ; assigned as 3d sec. at La 
Paz Apr. 29, 1931; at Managua Aug. 19, 1932; as 
v. c. at Corinto, temp., Nov. 1, 1932 ; as 3d sec. at 
Managua Dec. 20, 1932; also v. c. Apr. 10, 1933. 

Darley, Mary Lilian. — 6. Alexandria, Va. ; St. 
Mary's Acad. ; George Washington Univ. 1922-27 ; 
stenog., Council of Nat. Defense, 1918, in Govt. 
depts. 1918-24 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Dec. 2, 1924 ; at $1,500 Oct. 1, 1926 ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 1930 ; 
elk., 1st stage. Gen. Disarmament Conf., Geneva, 
1932.— WE. 

Davenport, Rosemary S. (Mrs.) — 6. Ashland, Pa. ; 
high sch. grad.; elk. in Govt, depts. 1917-22, 
1926-29; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; at $1,560 July 1, 1930.— CR. 

Davies, John Paton, Jr. — 6. Kiating, China, of Am. 
parents, Apr. 6, 1908 ; Shanghai-Amer. Sch. grad. ; 
Univ. of Wis. 1927-29 ; Yenching Univ., Peiping, 
China, 1929-30 ; Columbia, B. S. 1931 ; app., after 



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exam.. For. Ser. oflacer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Scr. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. 
at Windsor Jan. 12, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 
29, 1932 ; to Yiinnanfu Mar. 30, 1933. 

Bavis, De Lyle. — b. Price, Utah, Aug. 14, 1896; 
high sch. grad. ; electrician and machinist 1916-17 ; 
elk., War Dept., 1918 ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; app. 
elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Jan. 27, 1919 ; at 
$1,200 Mar. 1, 1922 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,560 
Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $1,740 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 Oct. 1, 1928; at 
$2,000 May 1, 1929; at $2,100 July 1, 1930; 
married. — DCR. 

Davis, Elsie C. — 6. Laurel, Md. ; high sch. grad. ; 
attended bu.siness sch. ; bookkeeper 1912-17 ; stenog., 
War Dept., 1917-19 ; elk., Dept. of State, 1919-24 ; 
app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Dec. 8, 
1930; at $1,620 Feb. 4, 1931.— PD. 

Davis, Jane Mitchell (Mrs.) — h. La Plata, Md. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; Berlitz Sch. 
of Languages ; stenog. in Navy Yard 1921—22, in Bu. 
of Pensions 1922-24 ; sec, Bu. of For. and Domes. 
Com., 1924-29 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,620 in the 
Dept. of State Jan. 9, 1930 ; permanently Apr. 1, 
1930; resigned June 23. 1930; reapp. elk. at $1,620 
Aug. 1, 1930 ; elk., Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., 
London, 1933.— PC. 

Davis, John Ker. — b. Soochow, China, of Am. 
parents, Mar. 5, 1882 ; Wooster Univ., B. A. 1904, 
M. A. 1908 ; private sec. and tutor in China three 
yrs. ; instructor in business sch. in China one yr. ; 
app. dcp. cons. gen. at Shanghai Apr. 14, 1910 ; app., 
after exam., student interpreter in China Mar. 12, 
1912 ; dep. cons. gen. and interpreter at Shanghai 
June 7, 1913 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. and interpreter 
at Canton Sept. 16, 1913 ; v. and dep. cons, and inter- 
preter at Chefoo Mar. 17, 1914 ; cons, of class eight 
June 8, 1915, and assigned to Antung; class seven 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to Nanking May 29, 1919 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; de- 
tailed as senior assessor at Shanghai Mar. 3-July 22, 
1923 ; class four June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class five July 1, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. Mar. 1, 
1920 ; class four June 8, 1927 ; app. sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. and assigned as 1st sec. at Peking June 29, 
1927 ; class three Jan. 23, 1928 ; app. cons. gen. and 
assigned to London Sept. 28, 1928 ; representative, 
Fifth Cong., Int. Chamber of Com., Amsterdam, 1929 ; 
assigned to Seoul May 24, 1930 ; class two July 24, 
1930 ; married. 

Davis, Kathryn Murphy (Mrs.) — b. Ilarrisburg, Pa.; 
attended business high sch. and business sch. ; elk. 
and section chief. War Dept., 1918-23; elk., Dept. 
of Agric, 1923-26 ; app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. ot 
State Feb. 6, 1926; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,320 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $1,380 July 1, 1928; 
at $1,500 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Davis, Leslie Ammerton. — b. I'ort Jefferson, N. Y., 
Apr. 29. 1876; Cornell, Ph. B. 1898; Columbian Coll. 
(now George Washington Univ.), LL. B. 1904; N. Y. 
Univ. Law Sch. one yr. ; mem. of bars of D. C. and 



N. Y. ; law practice 1904-12 ; app., after exam., cons, 
at Batum Mar. 13, 1912 ; at Harput Apr. 24, 1914 ; 
cons, of class seven by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class six July 6, 1918 ; detailed to Archangel Dec. 
31, 1918 ; to Helslngfors Apr. 15, 1919 ; class five 
Sept. 5, 1919; class four June 4, 1920; For. Ser. 
oflicer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Zagreb 
Sept. 9, 1924 ; to Patras May 28, 1929 ; to Oporto 
July 31, 1930 ; class four Aug. 15, 1930 ; married. 

Davis, Marianna. — b. Oak Hill, Ohio ; attended 
high sch. and business sch. ; stenog. and typist ; app. 
elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State July 2, 1906; at 
$1,400 July 1, 1908; at $1,600 June 22, 1916, effec- 
tive July 1; at $1,860 July 1, 1924; at $1,920 Dec. 
1, 1925 ; at $1,980 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$2,040 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,100 July 1, 1930 ; at $2,160 
July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; at $2,200 June 1, 
1931.— EA. 

Davis, Monnett Bain. — b. Greencastle, Ind., Aug. 13, 
1893 ; attended Baker Univ. ; Univ. of Colo., A. B. 
1917; Colo. Nat. Guard 1916; elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Cartagena Jan.-Aug. 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-18, 2a 
It. ; 1st It., O. R. C, 1919-20 ; app., after exam., cons, 
of class seven June 4, 1920 ; assigned to Port Eliza- 
beth Feb. 15, 1921 ; class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; assigned 
to Saltillo Jan. 2, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Dec. 24, 1924 ; asst. chief. Visa Office, 
June 1, 1927 ; class five June 8, 1927 ; chief. Visa 
Office, June 1, 1928 ; For. Ser. insp. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
class four Oct. 16, 1929 ; cons. gen. Apr. 10, 1931 ; 
class three July 1, 1931 ; assigned as cons. gen. at 
Stockholm June 24, 1933 ; married. 

Davis, Nathaniel Penistone. — b. Princeton, N. J., 
May 1, 1895 ; Lawrenceville Sch. grad. ; attended 
business sch. ; Princeton, A. B. 1916 ; grad. work, 
Univ. of Neuchfttel, Switzerland, 1914, Univ. of Pa. 
1916 ; George Washington Law Sch. 1919-20 ; sec, 
war prisoners' aid, Y. M. C. A., 1916-17 ; U. S. Army 
1917-19, 2d It. ; 2d It., O. R. C, 1919-21 ; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,800 in the Dept. of State Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
app., after exam., v. c of career of class three Feb. 
17, 1921 ; detailed to Am. Commn. at Berlin July 21, 
1921 ; assigned to Am. Consulate General at Berlin 
Nov. 15, 1921 ; class two May 26, 1922 ; class one 
Feb. 26, 1923 ; cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Pernambuco Aug. 17. 1925 ; class seven Aug. 31, 
1925 ; class six Sept. 29, 1927 ; assigned to London 
July 1, 1929 ; class five Dec. 19, 1929 ; class four July 
1, 1931 ; married. 

Davis, Roy Tasco. — b. Ewing, Mo., June 24, 1889; 
attended business sch.; La Grange Coll., A. B. 1908; 
Brown Univ., Pli. B. 1910 ; Univ. of Mo. ; studied 
law ; page in Mo. State Legislature 1905. 1907, in 
U. S. House of liepresentatives 1907 ; sec, Mo. Legis- 
lature, 1910-11 ; statistician. Mo. State Bu. of Census', 
1911-12; asst. sec. Mo. State Capitol Bldg. Commn., 
1912-13; v. pres. and business mgr., Stepliens ColL, 
Columbia, Mo., 1914-21 ; app. E. E. and M. P. to 
Guatemala Oct. 8, 19J1 ; to Costa Rica Feb. lU, 1!»22 ; 
chm., Uuatcmalan-llonduran Boundary Commn., 1928; 



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to Panama Dec. 16, 1929 ; del., North Americnu Radio 
Conf., Mexico City, 1933; married. 

Davis, Thomas Dick. — h. Macedonia, Miss., Mar. 7, 
1879 ; Univ. of Miss.. B. A. 1S99, LL. B. 1901 ; mem. 
of bar of Miss. ; law practice 1901-15 ; police judge 
1904-6 ; city atty. 1910-15 ; app., after exam., cons, 
of class nine Fob. 22, 1915, and assigned to Grenoble ; 
class eight Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to Calais May 
27, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Patras Sept. 24, 
1925 ; to Boulogue-sur-Mer May 28, 1929 ; class six 
May 9, 1930 ; to Stavauger June 10, 1932 ; to Bergen 
May 18, 1933 ; married. 

ttDawes, Charles Gates. — 6. Marietta, Ohio, Aug. 27, 
1865; Marietta Coll., A. B. 1884, A. M. 1887; Cin- 
cinnati Law Sch., LL. B. 1886 ; mem. of bar of Ohio ; 
law practice 1887-94 ; comptroller of currency 1897- 
1902 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, brig, gen., overseas serv- 
ice ; dir.. Federal Budget System, 1921; app. 1923 by 
Reparations Commn. as pres. of committee to investi- 
gate German budget ("Dawes Plan"); v. pres. of 
U, S. 1925-29 ; app. A. E. and P. to Great Britain 
Apr. 16, 1929; del., London Naval Conf., 1930; 
representative to confer with delegates attending the 
Bess, of the Council of the League adjourned from 
Geneva in discussions bearing on treaty rights and 
gen. interests of U. S. in connection with develop- 
ments in Manchuria, Paris, 11)31 ; resigned Jan. 22, 
1932 ; married. 

Dawes, Gladys Meredith. — b. Louisville, Ky. ; high 
sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 1930- ; library 
asst. 1921-30; app. library asst. at $1,620 in the 
Dept. of State Mar. 24, 1930; at $1,740 Sept. 24, 
1930.— HA. 

Dawson, Allan. — b. Washington, D. C, Feb. 16, 
1903 ; U. S. M. A., grad. 1924 ; newspaper reporter 
1919-20 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
Apr. 15, 1925 ; also v. c. of career and assigned to Rio 
de Janeiro Sept. 2, 1925 ; at Bahia, temp., Aug. 20, 
1926 ; to Rio de Janeiro Feb. 7, 1927 ; app. sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Feb. 17, 1927 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Pan- 
ama Feb. 23, 1927 ; at Mexico City Oct. 13, 1927 ; 
detailed for duty with Am. del.. Sixth Int. Conf. of 
Am. States, Habana, 1928, and Int. Conf. of Am. 
States on Conciliation and Arbitration, Washington, 
1928-29 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Aug. 18, 1930; as 3d sec. at Bogota 
June 18, 1931 ; class seven July 1, 1931. 

Dawson, Claude Ivan. — b. Burlington, Iowa, Oct. 23, 
1877 ; Georgetown Law Sch. one yr. ; 1st D. C. 
Volunteers 1898, Cuban service ; sec. and executive, 
insular govt, of Porto Rico, 1899-1904 ; sec. and 
auditor 1904-8 ; examiner. Interstate Com. Commn., 
1908-10 ; app., after exam., cons, at Puerto Cortes 
June 24, 1910 ; sec. of Peace Conf. in Honduras, 1911 ; 
at Valencia Aug. 22, 1912 ; cons, of class eight by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915; class seven Mar. 2, 1915; 
class six Oct. 18, 1915, and assigned to Tampico ; class 
five Sept. 5, 1919; class three, June 4, 1920; cons. 
gen. of class four Nov. 19, 1921 ; detailed to Mexico 
City Jan. 16, 1922; class three Mar. 1, 1923; assigned 

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to Mexico City Oct. 2, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
two July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Stockholm Aug. 1, 
1924 ; to Rio de Janeiro Nov. 16, 192G ; mem. of Bd. 
of Review, For. Ser. Personnel, 1927 ; class one Sept. 
29, 1927; assigned to Barcelona Dec. 13, 1930; 
married. 

Dawson, Leonard Geeding. — b. Staunton, Va., Jan. 
19, 1882 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; book- 
keeper 1902-3; provincial treas., Philippine Is., 
1903-16; U. S. Food Admin. 1917-18; app., after 
exam., cons, of class eight Feb. 5, 1918; detailed to 
Barcelona Oct. 8, 1918 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; as- 
signed to Madras Sept. 8, 1919 ; to Santauder Dec. 27, 
1921; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924; 
assigned to Messina Mar. 18, 1925 ; class six Oct. 20, 
1926 ; assigned to Vera Cruz Oct. 29, 1928 ; class 
five July 24, 1930; married. 

Dawson, Margaret Esther. — b. Farnam, Nebr. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; buokkeoper-stenog. 
1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State 
June 2, 1930 ; at $1,440 Feb. 20, 1931 ; at $1,620 
Sept. 14, 1931.— DCR. 

Dawson, Warrington. — b. Charleston, S. C, Sept. 
27, 1878 ; ficole Saint Thomas D'Aquin, Paris ; Univ. 
Sch., Charleston and Richmond ; Coll. of Charleston 
two yrs. ; newspaper work 1897-1901 ; organizer 
French news service and mgr. Paris bu. 1901-9 ; 
organizer Russian news service 1904 ; sec. gen. of 
Paris news assoc. 1905-8 ; lecturer under auspices of 
Ministfere de I'lnstruction Publique at Ecole des Hautes 
fitudes Sociales, Paris, 1907 ; sec. to Theodore Roose- 
velt in Africa 1909 ; literary work and lecturing in 
various countries 1910-14 ; hon. sec. and treas.. Urgent 
Fund for Serbian Wounded, 1914—15 ; special elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Rouen Jan. -Fob. 1915 ; special mis- 
sions in Allied army zones 1915-17 ; Am. war corr. 
1917 ; del., Inter-Allied Conf. for Information and 
Action Abroad, Paris, 1918 ; confidential adviser to 
Am. Amb. in Paris 1917-19 ; special asst., Am. Emb. 
in Paris, Sept. 4, 1919. 

Dawson, "William. — b. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 11, 
1885 ; Univ. of Minn., B. A. 1906 ; L'ficole Libre des 
Sciences Politiques two yrs. ; app. v. and dep. cons, 
gen. at Petrograd Mar. 28,1908 ; v. and dep. cons. July 
1, 190S ; V. and dep. cons, at Barcelona Aug. 24, 1908 ; 
at Frankfort Sept. 26, 1910 ; app., after exam., cons, 
at Rosario Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons, of class eight by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six Mar. 2, 1915 ; 
assigned to Montevideo Mar. 20, 1917 ; class five July 
6, 1918 ; designated Am. Commr. at Danzig Oct. 6, 
1919 ; assigned to Danzig Mar. 29, 1920 ; class three 
June 4, 1020 ; detailed to Munich Sept. 19, 1921 ; 
assigned to Munich Nov. 15, 1921 ; app. cons. gen. at 
large Nov. 19, 1921 ; cons. gen. of class three June 5, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Oct. 23, 1924 ; mem. of the 
Bd. of Review, For. Ser. Personnel, 1925 ; mem. of 
the executive committee of the For. Ser. Personnel 
Bd. and chief instructor of the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 1, 
1925 ; class one June 30, 1927 ; assigned to Mexico 
City July 6, 1928; E. JC- and M. P. to Ecuador May 
9. 1930 ; married. 



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Day, Henry Barker. — h. New Haven, Conn., July 
11, 1905; Choate Sell.; Thacber Sch. grad. ; YalQ, 
B. A. 1927 ; Univ. of Berlin, summer 1928 ; L'ficole 
Libre des Sciences Politiquos, diploma 1929 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Naples May 8, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Feb. 11, 1931; to Singapore June 20, 1931; to Hong 
Kong Nov. 17, 1932. 

Day, Samuel Hamilton. — b. Quincy, Calif., Sept. 7, 
188G ; Univ. of Calif., B. L. 1910, J. D. 1912 ; mem. 
of bar of Calif. ; teaching fellow, Univ. of Calif., 
1910-12 ; law practice 1912-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
capt., overseas service ; tech. asst., Inter-allied Rhine- 
land Comran., 1919 ; representative of electric com- 
pany 1919-21 ; entered Bu. of For. and Domes. Com. 
Sept. 22, 1921 ; app. trade commr. at Johannesburg 
Mar. 1, 1927; cml. att. at Pretoria June 27, 1930; 
married. 

Deans, Amelia Byrd. — h. Shelby Co., Ala. ; private 
tutors ; Dept. of Agric. grad. sch. 1923-24 ; George 
Washington Univ. 1925-28 ; stenog. and elk. 1913-15 ; 
stenog., editorial elk., and indcxer, Dept. of Agric., 
1915-20 ; translator. War Dept., 1920-23 ; supervisory 
statistical work. Army Medical Library, 1923-25 ; app. 
library asst. at $1,860 in the Dept. of State Feb. 21, 
1925 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $2,000 Nov. 1, 
1927; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,300 
July 1, 1928 ; at $2,600 June 1, 1930. — HA. 

Dearing, Fred Morris. — &. Columbia, Mo., Nov. 19, 
1879; Univ. of Mo., A. B. ; Columbian Univ. (now 
George Washington), M. Dip.; Univ. of Washington, 
D. C. ; teacher in public sch. ; commandant in mil. 
acad. ; translator, Post Office Dept. and Dept. of 
Agric, 1902 ; see. to minister to Cuba 1904 ; app., 
after exam., 2d sec. at Habana July 30, 1906 ; at 
Peking Apr. 6, 1907 ; sec. of leg. at Habana Jan. 14, 
1909 ; 2d sec. at London Feb. 18, 1910 ; sec. at Mexico 
City Aug. 12, 1910 ; asst. chief, Division of Latin 
American Affairs, Dec. 21, 1911 ; sec. of leg. at Brus- 
sels July 2, 1913 ; at Madrid Feb. 11, 1914 ; sec. of 
omb. or leg. of class one by act approved Fob. fi, 
1915 ; assigned to Petrograd Feb. 2, 1916 ; as couns. 
of enib. at Petrograd July 17, 1916 ; unassigned from 
Nov. 7, 1916 ; detached, temp., Apr. 1, 1917 ; resigned 
Apr. 1919 ; with Am. International Corp. 1917-21 ; 
app. asst. sec. of state Mar. 11, 1921 ; E. E. and 
M. P. to Portugal Feb. 10, 1922 ; A. E. and P. to 
Peru Jan. 31, 1930 ; married. 

DeBerry, Myra J. — &. Brunswick Co., Va. ; at- 
tended business sch. ; Blackstone Coll. 1916-18 ; 
George Washington, A. B. 1933 ; teacher of math. 
and hist, in high sch. 1918-20, 1921-24; clerical 
asst., Americanization Bu. of Pa., 1920, War Dept., 
1924-25 ; clk.-typist, Dept. of Agric, 1925-26 ; app. 
library asst. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Mar. 2, 
1926 ; at $1,380 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,500 Sept. 1, 1927 ; 
at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 
1, 1928; at $2,000 Apr. 1, 1929; at $2,200 July 1, 
1930.— HA. 



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DeCell, Edith, — b. Caseyvillo, Miss. ; high sch. grad 
attended business sch.; llillman Coll. 1916-17; 
Brenau Coll., summer 1918 ; Washington Coll. of 
Music, grad. 1928 ; teacher in high sch. 1917-22 ; elk., 
Dept. of State, 1923; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. 
of State Jan. 28, 1924; at $1,000 Apr. 22, 1924; at 
$1,320 July 1, 1924; at $1,500 Mar. 1, 1926; at 
$1,020 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 
1928; at $1,800 Feb. 1, 1929; at $1,920 July 1, 
1930.— PD. 

DeCourcy, William Earl. — h. Jackson, Tenn., Feb. 
4, 1894 ; Miss. Heights Acad. ; Univ. of Tex. two yrs. ; 
traveling accountant 1911-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
2d It. ; accountant and asst. comptroller for Y. M. C. A. 
In Europe 1920-21 ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Geneva 
1921-23 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three July 6, 1923 ; assigned to Geneva July 10, 
1923 ; to Cairo Nov. 20, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned as v. c. at Marseille May 4, 
1926 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Marseille 
Aug. 24, 1927 ; to Paris Apr. 21, 1928 ; class seven 
Dec 19, 1929; married. 

Deichman, Carl Frederick. — 6. St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 
23, 1871 ; attended business sch. ; private tutors ; 
with railway and steamship lines; U. S. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey 1899-1907 ; app., after exam., eons, 
at Manzanillo Mar. 30, 1907 ; at Tausui May 4, 1908 ; 
at Nagasaki May 31, 1909 ; at Bombay Dec. 29, 1914 ; 
cons, of class five by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; as- 
signed to Santos Oct. 18, 1915 ; detailed to Val- 
paraiso June 10, 1919 ; class four Sept. 5, 1919 ; cons. 
gen. of class four June 4, 1920 ; assigned to Val- 
paraiso June 23, 1920 ; For. Ser. officer of class three 
July 1, 1924 ; class two July 24, 1930 ; assigned to 
Lisbon Dee. 13, 1930; married. 

Deike, Mildred Viola. — 6. Guelph, Ontario ; Guelph 
Coll. Inst. ; Washington Missionary Coll. one yr. ; app. 
elk., temp., at $900 in the Dept. of State Oct. 22, 
1917; at $1,000 Dec. 1, 1917; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1918; 
permanently at $1,000 Jan. 6, 1919; at $1,200 Mar. 
1, 1919; at $1,400 Aug. 6, 1920; at $1,600 Sept. 1, 
1922 ; at $1,SG0 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,980 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); stenog., 
London Naval Conf., 1930 ; at $2,040 July 1, 1930 ; at 
$2,100 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— FP. 

Deimel, Henry L., Jr. — 6. New York City June 7, 
1S99 ; attended sch. in Belgium and England ; Univ. 
of Calif., A. B. 1920, Ph. D. 1923 ; U. S. Army Aug.- 
Dcc. 1918 ; teaching fellow in economics, Univ. of 
Calif., 1920-22, in foreign trade, 1922-23 ; research 
1922-23 ; asst. chief, Division of Foreign Tariffs, Dept. 
of Com., 1923-31 ; app. divisional asst. at $4,600 in 
the Dept. of State Mar. 16, 1931 ; married.— NE. 

de Lambert, Richard Marmaduke. — 6. White Plains, 
N. Y., June 29, 1893 ; attended business sch. ; George- 
town Univ. one yr. ; American Univ. two yrs. ; sec 
and elk. with mining and railway companies 1913- 
15 ; elk. in Am. leg. at Teheran 1915-21 ; app., 
after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec 12, 
1923, and assigned to the Dept.; to Quito Feb. 4, 



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1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight and assigned as 
3d sec. at Quito July 1, 1924 ; at San Jos6, Costa 
Rica. Oct. 30, 192G ; at San Salvador Oct. 16, 1928: to 
the Dept. June 13. 1929; class seven Dec. 19, 1929; 
married. — LA. 

Delaney, Thomas James. — b. Alexandria, Va., July 

14, 1892; U. S. Navy 1917-19; as.st. messenger, Dept. 
of State, 1919-21 ; mimeograph operator, Conf. on 
Limitation of Armament. Vv'ashington, 1921-22 ; rein- 
stated asst. messenger in the Dept. of State Feh. 16, 
1922 ; messenger Aug. 1, 1923. — XE. 

deLashmutt, Rehekah Leiter. — h. Frederick, Md. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; Columbia 
Kindergarten Training Sch., grad. 1908 ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. 1917-18 ; teacher 1906-10 ; elk. and 
bookkeeper 1910-15 ; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the 
Dept. of State Jan. 15, 1915; permanently at $1,000 
under Ex. order June 22. 1916. effective July 1 ; at 
$1,200. temp.. Nov. 1, 1916. permanently Mar. 12. 
1917 ; at $1,400 May 1, 1918 ; at $1,600 Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
at $1,800 Nov. 1, 1923; at $2,100 July 1, 1924; at 
$2,200 Dec. 1, 1925; at $2,300 Nov. 1, 1927; at 
$2,400 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; private sec. to as.st. 
sec. of .state at $2,600 Feb. 20. 1930 ; at $2,800 July 
1, 1930; at $2,900 July 3. 1930 (Brookhart Act); 
disl)ursing officer to assist agt. for U. S., U. S. -Egypt 
Arbitration (Salem Claim), Vienna, 1931. — A-C. 

Dement, Walter Franklin. — b. Granada, Miss., Aug. 

15, 1900 ; Univ. of Miss. Law Sch. ; elk. and news 
reporter ; U. S. Army 1920-21 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Leipzig Apr. 6, 1926 ; v. c. at Leipzig June 
19, 1928 ; at Saigon Mar. 29, 1929 ; at Cape Town 
July 3, 1930; at Durban Oct. 16, 1930. 

Demille, Paul Henry. — b. Essen, Germany, Nov. 3, 
1892 ; naturalized 1918 ; attended public sch. of Ger- 
many and Sacre Coeur de Jesus, Netherlands, 1909 ; 
elk. in lumber company ; U. S. Army 1913-19, 1921- 
24 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Dresden July 3, 
1924 ; at Stuttgart Nov. 3, 1924 ; at Tirana Jan. 
1929 ; V. c. at Tirana June 22, 1929 ; at Monterrey 
Mar. 1. 1932 ; married. 

Demorest, Alfredo L. — b. Santiago. Chile, of Am. 
parents. Feb. 13, 1881 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. 
of Santiago, B. A. 1899 : Univ. of Calif. 1901-2 ; 
author and illustrator ; quartermaster for mfg. firm ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 1st It. ; asst. mil. att. at Rio 
de Janeiro ; capt., O. R. C. ; sec. Second Pan American 
Financial Conf., Washington, 1920 ; app. v. c. at 
Trinidad Mar. 9, 1921. 

Denby, James Orr. — 6. Peking, China, of Am. par- 
ents, Aug. 30, 1896 ; Westminster Sch. ; Princeton, 
B. A. 1919 ; George Washington, M. A. 1921 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or 
leg. of class four Aug. 24, 1921 ; assigned to the 
Dept. Sept. 8, 1921 ; asst. sec. of Am. del., Conf. on 
Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921-22 ; as- 
signed to Tokyo Jan. 31, 1922 ; to Athens July 23, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight and -assigned 
as 3d sec. at Athens July 1, 1924; class seven Aug. 
8, 1924 ; class six Oct. 19, 1926 ; assigned as 2d 



sec. at Managua Nov. 1, 1926 (canceled) ; at Peiping 
Jan. 21, 1927 ; class five July 24, 1930 ; assigned to 
Dublin Dec. 26, 1930; 1st sec. at Dublin June 23, 
1931 ; married. 

Denniston, Frederick W., Jr. — b. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
Jan. 12, 1909 : Nat. Univ., LL. B. 1931 ; mem. of 
bar of D. C. ; elk. 1927-31 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Mar. 25, 1931 ; appt. term. June 
30, 1931 ; reapp. elk., temp., at $1,440 July 9, 1931 ; 
permanently Dec. 16, 1931 ; detailed to the President's 
Organization on Unemployment Relief 1931-32. — DCR. 

ttde Olivares, Jos§.— 6. in Calif., Nov. 26, 1867; 
attended public and private sch. and Liceo de Va- 
rones, Guadalajara, Mexico; private tutors; traveling 
corr. for Am. newspapers until 1901 ; corr. at Paris 
Exposition 1900 ; author ; war corr. during Spanish- 
American War ; commr. to So. Amer. Republics, and 
comnir. from Argentina, World's Fair Exposition, St. 
Louis, 1904 ; newspaper corr. until 1906 ; app.. after 
exam., cons, at Managua June 23, 1906; assigned to 
the Dept. Dec. 1, 1909 ; to Madras Jan. 27. 1911 ; to 
Hamilton, Ont., Dec. 29, 1914 ; cons, of class seven 
by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 : class six Apr. 16, 1917 ; 
class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; as- 
signed to Kingston, Jamaica, June 23, 1924; For. 
Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Leghorn Nov. 22, 1929 ; retired Nov. 30, 1932, under 
the provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Derry, Charles Hall. — b. Macon, Ga., June 14, 
1900 ; high sch. grad. ; U. S. Navy 1918-19 ; account- 
ing 1919-22 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Santa Marta Aug. 
28, 1922 ; app. cons. asst. Aug. 14, 1923, and detailed 
to the Dept. ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
V. c. of career Jan. 6, 1927 ; class eight June 30, 1927 ; 
cons. July 16, 1927 ; assigned to Paris June 2, 1928 ; 
class seven Oct. 16, 1929 ; class six July 1, 1931 ; 
married. 

De Vault, Charles Lemuel. — b. Columbia City, Ind., 
Oct. 22, 1874 ; Univ. of Mich., LL.B. 1895 ; principal 
of public sch. 1891 ; supt. of sch. 1895-96 ; law prac- 
tice 1896-1918 ; elk. of Ind. House of Representa- 
tives, 1903 ; founder and joint editor of cml. jour- 
nals in Mexico 1904; app. elk. in Am. Emb. at Paris 
Feb. 7, 1918 ; v. c. at Paris Apr. 15, 1919 ; at Lon- 
don Nov. 5, 1920 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career or 
class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned to London Nov. 
14, 1921 ; class two Nov. 23. 1923 ; class one May 10, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class nine 
and cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Taihoku Dec. 12, 
1924 ; class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Tokyo 
Mar. 3, 1928 ; class seven May 23, 1929 ; assigned to 
Yokohama Apr. 24, 1930 ; married. 

de Verteuil, Marc. — b. Trinidad, British West In- 
dies, Mar. 10, 1894 ; Brit, subject ; St. Mary's Coll., 
Trinidad, grad. ; La Salle Extension Univ. ; with 
a.^phalt company 1913-17, 1919- ; Brit. Army 1918- 
19 ; app. cons. agt. at Brighton Mar. 23, 1921 ; 
married. 

Devlin, Peter Paul, — b. New York City Oct. 4, 
1899 ; attended high sch. ; private tutors ; U. S. Arm.'' 



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1915-18, capt., overseas service; cml. aviator 1919- 
28; secretary 1924-28; purser, U. S. Sliipping Bd., 
1928-30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Surabaya Oct. 

23, 1930 ; v. c. at Surabaya Apr. 23, 1931. 

Dicli, Hasell Hutchinson.— 6. Rock Hill, S. C, June 
29, 1888 ; higli sch. grad. ; U. S. N. A. two and one- 
half yrs. ; app., after exam., cons. asst. Mar. 10, 1911 ; 
dep. cons. gen. at Yokoliama May 17, 1911 ; v. and 
dep. cons. gen. at Yokohama June 11, 1912 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Jan. 25, 1915; v. c. at Jerusalem July 
19, 1915 ; at Basel July 13, 1917 ; cons, of class eigUt 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to 
Geneva Oct. 23, 1919; to the Dept. May 21, 1920; 
class live June 4, 1920 ; class four June 3, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Sydney, N. S., Sept. 22, 1924 ; to Rangoon Nov. 27, 
1926 ; to Port Elizabeth Aug. 30, 1929 ; class four 
May 9, 1930 ; married. 

Dickerson, Charles Estell, Jr.— 6. Gill, Mass., Dec. 
12, 1898 ; Mt. Hermon Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1920 ; 
U. S. Army 1918 ; teacher, Robert Coll., Constanti- 
nople, 1920-21 ; entered Bu. of For. and Domes. Com. 
Oct. 10, 1921 ; elk. to trade commr. at Athens July 1, 
1922 ; asst. trade commr. at Athens Apr. 1, 1924 ; 
asst. cml. att. Apr. 28, 1927 ; cml. att. at Cairo Mar. 
19, 1928 ; married. 

Dickey, Robert Russel, Jr.— b. Dayton, Ohio, June 

24, 1896 ; Westminster Sch. ; U. S. Marine Corps 
1917-18, 1st It. ; app. cons. agt. at Pau Jan. 30, 1931 ; 
married. 

Dickinson, Horace Jewell. — h. Arkansas City, Ark., 
Oct. 26, 1885 ; business course ; Univ. of Ark. three 
yrs. ; sec. 1900-1901, 1904 ; steuog. and typist, Bu. of 
Customs and Immigration, Philippine Is., 1905-9 ; app. 
marshal of Cons. Court at Canton July 6, 1909 ; app., 
after exam., cons, of class nine Apr. 19, 1917 ; as- 
signed to Padang July 21, 1917 ; class eight Sept. 14, 
1917 ; in charge of Am. Consulate at Batavia Jan. 9- 
July 9, 1918 ; detailed to Singapore June 18, 1918 ; 
assigned to Antilla Feb. 7, 1922; For. Ser. officer 
uuclass. July 1, 1924. 

Dickover, Erie Roy. — 6. Long Beach, Calif., Jan. 20, 
1888; Stanford 1905-6; Univ. of Calif., B. S. 1913; 
banking 1906-8 ; mgr. of auto livery company 1909 ; 
app., after exam., student interpreter in Japan Apr. 
4, 1914 ; V. c. at Dairen Mar. 30, 1916 ; at Kobe June 
8, 1916 ; also interpreter at Kobe Oct. 27, 1916 ; cons, 
of class six Nov. 23, 1921 ; class five Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; class five 
Feb. 24, 1925; assigned to Kobe May 20, 1926; class 
four May 23, 1929 ; class three Feb. 4, 1931 ; assigned 
as For. Ser. officer to the emb. at Tokyo May 3, 1932 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. and assigned as 1st sec. at 
Tokyo May 24, 1932. 

Dickson, Lillie Virginia (Mrs.) — b. Washington, 
D. C. ; attended business high sch. ; sec. in real estate 
and law offices and notary public 1907-15 ; elk., Dept. 
of State, 1915-20; reapp. elk. at iFl,200 Mar. 21, 
1921; at $1,400 Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; 
at $1,680 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at 



$1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 1. 
1930; at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act). — NE. 

Dickson, Samuel Stirman. — h. Fayetteville, Ark., 
Nov. 18, 1895 ; attended business sch. ; N. Mex. Mil, 
Inst. grad. ; Washington and Lee Univ. two yrs. ; bank 
elk. 1914 ; app. elk. in Am. Emb. at London Sept. 
1917 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class 
four May 3, 1918 ; assigned to London June 2, 1918 ; 
sec. of class three Dec. 20, 1919 ; assigned to Asuncifin 
Feb. 27, 1920; to Lisbon Mar. 1, 1922; to Bangkok 
Sept. 29, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven and 
assigned as 3d sec. at Bangkok July 1, 1924 ; at San 
Salvador Nov. 20, 1926; at Lima July 21, 1928 (can- 
celed) ; at Bogota Oct. 16, 1928 ; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929; 
class six May 9, 1930 ; assigned to Helsingfors Aug. 
14, 1930. 

Di Giulian, Inez Ayers (Mrs.) — b. Alexandria, Va. ; 
attended high sch. ; St. Mary's Acad. ; elk.. Post Office 
Dept., 1924 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Nov. 10, 1924 ; permanently Feb. 6, 1925 ; at 
$1,500 Nov. 1, 1925; at $1,560 Jan. 1, 1928; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1930.— VD. 

Dillingham, Sherburne. — 5. Nantucket, Mass., May 
14, 1907 ; Hoosac Sch. grad. ; Williams Coll., B. A. 
1929 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 
1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Habana Apr. 29, 1930 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 27, 1930 (canceled) ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 11, 1931 ; to Sao Paulo June 20, 
1931. 

Dismon, Frances Naomi (Mrs.) — b. New York City; 
Hunter Coll., B. A. 1916 ; George Washington Univ. 
1923-24 ; elk. 1916-17, in War Dept. 1917-18 ; teach- 
ing and educational work 1918-20, 1923-24 ; elk., 
Dept. of State, May-Nov. 1923, Apr.-Aug. 1924 ; app. 
elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State Oct. 27, 1924 ; at 
$1,200 Dec. 1. 1925 ; at $1,260 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,380 July 1, 1928 (Weich Act) ; at $1,440 July 1, 
1928; at $1,620 Oct. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 
3930; at $1,800 July 21, 1931.— PD. 

Diven, Frederick Menkert. — &. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 
17, 1892; Univ. of Va., LL. B. 1912; mem. of bar of 
Md. ; instructor in law, Univ. of Va., 1913-14 ; law 
practice 1914-17 ; advertising work 1916-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917 ; U. S. Naval Reserve Force 1918-19 ; app. 
elk. at .^900 in the Dept. of State Mar. 24, 1919; at 
$1,000 July 1, 1919 ; at $1,200 May 1, 1920 ; at $1,400 
Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; law elk. at 
$2,000 Feb. 10, 1923; at $2,250 Nov. 1, 1923; at 
$2,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $2,700 May 1, 1925 ; at $3,000 
Dec. 31, 1925, effective Jan. 1, 1926 ; asst. to the 
solicitor Jan. 1, 1926; at $3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $3,300 July 1, 1928; at $3,800 Dec. 1, 
1929; at $4,200 July 1, 1930; asst. to the legal 
adviser July 1, 1931 ; married. — LE. 

Dix, Adele Emma. — b. Baltimore, Md. ; attended 
high sch. and business sch. ; George Washington Univ. 
two yrs. ; teacher in business sch. two yrs. ; app. elk., 
temp., in the Dept. of State Aug. 7, 1914 ; perma- 



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nently at $1,000 under Ex. order June 22, 1916, 
effective July 1; at $1,200 Oct. 3, 1917; at $1,400 
Mar. 1, 1919 ; at .?1.600 Nov. 1, 1923 ; at $1,SG0 July 
1, 1924 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$2,000 May 1, 1929 ; stenog., London Naval Conf., 
1930; at $2,200 July 1, 1930; at $2,300 July 3, 1930 
(Brookhart Act).— FA. 

Doane, Elizabeth S. — h. Earlville, III. ; high sch. 
grad. ; N. Mex. Normal Sch., B. Pd. ; 111. State Nor- 
mal one yr. ; Kans. State Univ. three yrs. ; teacher 
in public sch. ten yrs. ; dep. county treas. three yrs. ; 
elk. for publishing company one yr., in Bu. of Cen- 
sus 1920-21 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State 
Feb. 10. 1921 ; at $1,000 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at $1,100 May 
31, 1924, effective June 1 ; at $1,380 July 1, 1924 ; at 
$1,440 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,500 May 1, 1927; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930.— DCR. 

Doane, Vernon Harden. — 6. Springdale, Ark., Nov. 
19, 1909 ; high sch. grad. ; Kans. State Teachers Coll. 
and Univ. of Kans. ; George Washington Univ. 1930- ; 
asst. fingerprint classifier, Dept. of Justice, 1930-31 ; 
app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 8, 
1931.— DCR. 

Dodd, William Edward. — b. Clayton, N. C, Oct. 2l, 
1869 ; Oak Ridgo Inst. grad. ; Va. Polytech. Inst., 
B. S. 1895, M. S. 1897 ; Univ. of Leipzig, Ph. I). 
1899 ; instructor of hist.. Va. Polytech. Inst., 1895- 
97 ; prof, of hist., Randolph-Macon, 1901-8 ; prof, of 
Am. hist., Univ. of Chicago, 1909-33 ; author ; app. 
A. E. and P. to Germany. June 13, 1933 ; married. 

Dodson, Frederick Augustus. — 6. Boston, Mass., 
Apr. 18, 1898 ; U. S. Navy 1918-19 ; app. asst. mes- 
senger in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1919. — PD. 

Doherty, Nona Lillian. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; 
Univ. of Mich., A. B. 1923 ; Amer. Univ., grad. work, 
1929-30 ; scientific illustrating. Dept. of Agric, sum- 
mers 1918-22, 1923-24; Library of Cong. 1924-27; 
Dept. of Agric. Library 1927-28 ; app. library asst. at 
$2,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1928; at $2,200 
July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Dominian, Leon. — 6. Constantinople, Turkey, Apr. 
13, 1880 ; naturalized 1913 ; private tutors ; Robert 
Coll., Constantinople, A. B. 1898; Univ. of Ligge 
1899-1900 ; geological surveys in Turkey 1901-2 ; field 
asst., U. S. Geological Survey, 1903 ; Instructor in 
N. Mex. State Sch. of Mines 1904 ; exploration in 
U. S. and Mexico 1905-7 ; writing 1908-11 ; editorial 
writer and geographer 1912-17 ; research work for 
the Dept. of State 1917-19 ; detailed to Am. Commn. 
to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; app. .special asst. at 
$3,000 in the Dent, of State Aug. 12, 1919 ; drafting 
officer July 1, 1920 ; app., after exam., cons, of class 
four June 9, 1921 ; detailed to Rome July 21, 1921 ; 
class three June 3, 1924 ; assigned to Rome June 18, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; 
cons. gen. and assigned to Stuttgart Dec. 19, 1929 ; 
class three May 9, 1930 ; married. 

Donald, George Kenneth. — b. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 27, 
1890 ; Univ. Mil. Sch. of Mobile grad. ; Phillips 



Andover; Yale, B. A. 1912; timber exporting business 
1912-14 ; app., after exam., cons, at Maracaibo June 
22, 1914 ; cons, of class eight by act approved Feb. 
5, 1915 ; assigned to Nuevo Laredo Mar. 20, 1917 ; 
class seven Apr. 16, 1917 ; assigned to Aguascalientes 
Sept. 5, 1917; to St. Pierre-Miquelon Aug. 31, 1918 
(canceled) ; detailed to Sydney, N. S., Sept. 23, 1918; 
assigned to Tegucigalpa Mar. l5, 1919 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five Nov. 19, 1921 ; assigned to 
Johannesburg May 17, 1922 ; class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. oflScer of class five July 1, 1924 ; class 
four Aug. 8, 1924 ; class three Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned 
to the Dept. May 11. 1928 ; cons. gen. and assigned 
to Guatemala June 12, 1928 ; charge d'affaires at 
Guatemala June 6, 1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 
16, 1932 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Guatemala, temp., 
June 20, 1932 ; as cons. gen. at Guatemala Oct. 1, 
1932 ; at St. John's, N. F., Apr. 7, 1933 ; married. 

Donaldson, Harry M. — 6. West Newton, Pa., Mar. 29, 
1906 ; attended bu.siness sch. ; Oberliu, A. B. 1927 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Marseille Oct. 14, 1927 ; 
V. c. at Marseille June 17, 1932 ; married. 

Donegan, Alfred 'William. — 6. Huntsville, Ala., Mar. 
3, 1883 ; attended private sch. ; Univ. of Va. 1900- 
1901, Law Sch. 1901-4 ; studied in Austri.i 1904-5 ; 
cons. agt. at Briinn, Austria, 1905-7 ; bookkeeper in 
bank 1907 ; app., after exam., cons. asst. June 24, 
1908 ; dep. cons. gen. at Budapest Sept. 30, 1908 ; 
v. and dep. cons, at Algiers Apr. 20. 1909 ; dep. cons, 
gen. at Montreal Feb. 1, 1910 ; cons, at Magdeburg 
June 24, 1910 ; cons, of class eight by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915; class seven Feb. 22, 1915; detailed for 
duty in Am. Leg. at Berne Feb. 28, 1917 ; class six 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; detailed to Zurich Jan. 13, 1919 ; class 
five Sept. 5, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; assigned to 
Konigsberg Nov. 15, 1921 ; to Patras Apr. 28, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Munich Sept. 24, 1925 ; class four Sept. 29, 1927 ; 
class three July 24, 1930 ; assigned to Bucharest Nov. 
2, 1931 ; to Basel Jan. 13, 1933 ; married. 

Donnelly, 'Walter Joseph. — 6. New Haven, Conn., 
Jan. 9, 1896 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. ; George 
Washington Univ. ; grad. work, Univ. of Caracas ; 
newspaper reporting and advertising 1914-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-18, 2d It. ; special agt., Dept. of Justice, 
1921-22 ; app. cml. agt. in Boston office, Bu. of For. 
and Domes. Com., Nov. 5, 1923 ; asst. trade commr. 
at Ottawa July 1, 1924 ; trade commr. at Montreal 
July 1, 1927 ; cml. att. at Bogotd Dec. 8, 1928. 

Donovan, Andrew Edmund, 2d. — 6. Fort Riley, 
Kans., May 11, 1908; Harvard, B. S. 1930; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate General at Warsaw June 6, 1931 ; 
v. c. at Warsaw Aug. 27, 1931 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at 
Warsaw Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 19, 
1932 ; to Yokohama Dec. 22, 1932 (canceled) ; to 
Mexico City Mar. 20, 1933. 

Donovan, Howard. — b. Windsor, III., Nov. 12, 1895; 
Mo. Mil. Acad. ; Smith Acad. grad. ; Yale, Ph. B. 1920 ; 
U. S. Army 1917-18 ; foreign service training class of 



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motors export company 1920-21 ; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned 
to London Doc. 14, 1921 ; class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; 
class one Nov. 23, 1923; assigned to Rio de Janeiro 
Feb. 29, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
class eight and cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Bahia, 
temp., Oct. 28, 1925 ; permanently. May 20, 1926 ; to 
the Dept. June 26, 1929 ; to Kobe Sept. 5, 1929 ; class 
seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; married. 

Doolittle, Hooker Austin. — b. Mohawk, N. Y., Jan. 
27. 1889; Utica Free Acad.; Cornell, A. B. 1911; 
elk. 1911-13; automobile business 1914; with credit 
company 1914-16 ; cml. agt. in N. Y. office, Bu. of 
For. and Domes. Com., 1916 ; app. v. c. at Tiflis Jan. 
19, 1917 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of 
class three Sept. 7, 1920, and assigned to Tiflis ; to 
Madras Apr. 28, 1921 ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; class 
one May 26, 1922 ; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
detailed to Marseille July 19, 1923 ; class six Dec. 19, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Bilbao June 2, 1926; class six Sept. 29, 
1927; class five Aug. 15, 1930; assigned to Sarnia 
May 10, 1932 ; to Tangier May 6, 1933 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. June 13, 1933 ; assigned also as 2d sec. 
at Tangier June 19, 1933 ; married. 

Dooman, Eugene Hoffman. — &. Osaka, Japan, Mar. 
25, 1890 ; Am. citizen ; tutors and Trinity Sch. ; Trin- 
ity Coll., B. S. 1911; Columbia Univ. one yr. ; app., 
after exam., student interpreter in Japan Mar. 12, 
1912 ; V. c. and interpreter at Kobe May 7, 1915 ; 
con.s. of class eight Sept. 14, 1917 ; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; detailed to Taihoku Sept. 7, 1920 ; asst. Jap- 
anese sec. at Tokyo July 1, 1921 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class six July 1, 1924 ; class five Aug. 8, 1924 ; sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 30, 1926 ; asst. Japanese sec. 
and 2d sec. Apr. 30, 1926 ; Japanese sec. and 2d sec. 
at Tokyo May 19, 1926; class four May 17, 1928; 
class three July 24, 1930 ; assigned as 1st sec. at 
London Apr. 4, 1931 ; accompanied Ambassador Dawes 
to conference with delegates attending the sess. of 
the Council of the League adjourned from Geneva 
in discussions concerning Manchuria, Paris, 1931 ; 
assigned to the Dept. May 2, 1933 ; married. — FE. 

Doran, Helen Fay. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; attended 
high sch. and business sch. ; George Washington Univ. 
1908-9, 1921-24 ; Washington Coll. of Law 1932-33 ; 
elk-., Bu. of Census, 1910-12 ; stenog. and sec. 1912- 
17; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the Dept. of State 
June 11, 1917 ; at $1,000 Aug. 1, 1917 ; permanently 
Nov. 23, 1917; at $1,200 May 1, 1918; at $1,400 
Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920; at $1,600 Sept. 
1. 1922 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 
July 1. 1928; at $2,300 Oct. 1, 1928; stenog. and 
disbursing officer. Int. Tech. Consulting Committee 
on Radio Communications, The Hague, 1929 ; admin, 
asst. at $2,600 Mar. 1, 1930; at $2,800 July 1, 
1930.— PC. 

Dormady, Francis Patrick. — h. Ashland, Wis., Aug. 
13, 1890 ; attended business sch. ; George Washington 
Uiiiv. 1919; National Univ., A. B. 1933; elk. for law 
firm 1909-11 ; sec. to sec. of interior, P. I., 1912-16 ; 



elk. for fruit company at Port Lim6n 1917 ; U. S, 
Army 1918-19 ; elk. in War Dept. 1919, in cml. at 
tachg's office at Peking 1919 ; app. v. c. at Tientsin 
June 25, 1920 ; at Amoy Nov. 15, 1923 ; resigned 
Aug. 6, 1924 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Jan. 23, 1925 ; drafting officer and tech. asst. 
at $3,000 July 1, 1925 ; at $3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $3,400 July 1, 1930.— VD. 

Dorr, Julian Childe.— 6. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 14, 
1896 ; Powder Point Sch. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ser. 1919-21 ; newspaper reporter 1915 ; U. S. Army 
1917-18 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned to Prague Dec. 14, 
1921 ; to Naples Mar. 15, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer 
unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Genoa Mar. 6, 
1926 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Genoa July 
24, 1930 ; to Barbados Jan. 10, 1931 ; to the Dept. 
May 27, 1932 ; married. 

Dorsey, William Henry. — h. Prince Georges Co., 
Md., Sept. 5, 1869 ; laborer, Bu. of Engraving and 
Printing, 1906-11 ; app. laborer in the Dept. of State 
Nov. 24, 1911.— FA. 

Dorsey, William Roderick. — b. Newmarket, Md., 
Oct. 8, 1868; Univ. of Md., B. L. 1893; mem. of bar 
of Md. ; law practice 1894-96 ; with traction company 
1897-98 ; law practice in London 1898-1901 ; asst. 
mgr. for Am. import firm, Shanghai, 1902-6 ; app. 
dep. cons. gen. at Shanghai Jan. 14, 1907 ; also mar- 
shal Aug. 13, 1907 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. June 25, 
1908 ; retired as marshal July 31, 1908 ; app., after 
exam., cons, at Jerez de la Frontera Aug. 22, 1912; 
at Tripoli Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons, of class eight by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915; class seven Mar. 2, 1915; 
assigned to Rangoon July 14, 1916 ; to Quebec Mar. 
20, 1917; class six Sept. 14, 1917; detailed to Shang- 
hai Sept. 11, 1918; class five Sept. 5. 1919; a.ssigned 
to Florence 0<t. 22, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; 
assigned to Catania Mar. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Feb. 24, 1925 ; 
assigned to Tsingtao Apr. 10, 1925 ; to Tientsin, temp., 
July 28, 1928 ; to Tsingtao Jan. 12, 1929 ; class three 
July 24, 1930 ; to Madrid July 8, 1931 ; (canceled) ; 
cons. gen. Jan. 7, 1932 ; assigned to Genoa Jan. 8, 
1932; married. 

Dorsz, Edmund J. — b. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 23, 1906; 
attended high sch., business sch., trade sch., and night 
sch. ; Berlitz Sch. of Languages 1926-27 ; tech. engi- 
neering 1921-29 ; municipal employee in Detroit 1929 ; 
for. tariff expert, Dept. of Com., 1929 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to Ottawa, temp., Nov. 27, 
1929; to the For. Ser. Sch. July 16. 1930; to Yoko- 
hama Nov. 8, 1930 ; to Kobe Oct. 6, 1932 ; to Taihoku, 
temp., Apr. 6, 1933 ; to Kobe June 28, 1933. 

ttDoty, William Furman. — h. Bioollyn, N.Y., Dec. 
1, INTO ; attended business sch. ; Lawrenceville Sch. 
grad. ; Princeton, B. A. 1896 ; Princeton Theological 
Sem. three yrs. ; studied law ; page, U. S. Senate, 
1884-85: sec. 1886-87; teacher in Alaska 1897-98; 
with reindeer enterprise on St. Lawrence Is. 1899 ; 
minister and home missionary in U. S., Alaska, and 



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Tahiti ; elk. in Am. Consulate at Tahiti 1900 ; app., 
after exam., cons, at Tahiti July 31. 1902 ; at Tabriz 
June 22, 1906 ; at Riga June 24, 1910 ; at Nassau Nov. 
24, 1913 ; cons, of class seven by act approved Feb. 

5, 1915 ; class six Sept. 1, 1916 ; assigned to Cardiff 
Apr. 24, 1919 ; to Stoke-on-Trent Mar. 1, 1920 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
St. Michael's Sept. 9, 1924 ; to Newcastle-on-Tyne Dec. 
22. 1927 ; retired Dec. 31, 1932, under the provisions 
of the act of Feb. 2o, 1931 ; married. 

Doud, Harold (2d Lt.)— 6. White Cloud, Mich., May 
1, 1901 ; U. S. M. A., grad. 1926 ; assigned as language 
officer at Tokyo Mar. 2, 1931 ; married. 

Douglass, William Boone, Jr. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Apr. 7, 1898; Columbia Univ. 1919-20; Cornell, A. B. 
1922 ; U. S. Army 1918 ; chainman for public land 
survey 1919 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Calcutta 
July 18, 1922 ; v. c. at Calcutta Sept. 1, 1923 ; at 
Karachi Sept. 11, 1923 ; at Calcutta July 15, 1925 ; at 
Santo Domingo Jan. 6, 1926 ; resigned Nov. 4, 1926 ; 
newspaper reporter 1927 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Santo Domingo Dec. 20, 1927 ; v. c. at Santo Do- 
mingo Mar. 14, 1928 ; elk. in Am. Leg. at Santo 
Domingo, temp., July 10, 1928 ; v. c. at Santo Do- 
mingo Sept. 11, 1928 ; at Cape Haitien, temp., Sept. 

6, 1928; at Santo Domingo Oct. 30, 1928; at Chi- 
huahua Feb. 6, 1929 ; at Saltillo, temp., Aug. 22, 
1929; at Chihuahua Oct. 1, 1929; at Ciudad Juarez 
Mar. 1, 1930; at Mfilaga Aug. 18, 1930; at Seville, 
temp., Sept. 18, 1930 ; at Malaga Jan. 15, 1931 ; at 
Seville, temp., July 22, 1931 ; at Malaga Sopt. 22, 
1931 ; at St. Michael's, temp., Apr. 13, 1932 ; at 
Malaga Sept. 3, 1932. 

Dow, Edward A. — 6. Fort Dodge, lovra, Apr. 20, 
1879 ; attended business sch. ; St. Ambrose CoU. three 
yrs. ; St. Paul Sem. two yrs. ; insur. and real estate 
business 1900-1915 ; app., after exam., cons, of class 
nine Oct. 18, 1915; assigned to St. Stephen Nov. 22, 
1915 ; to Fort William and Port Arthur Mar. 20. 
1917; class eight Sept. 14, 1917, and assigned to 
Ciudad Juarez ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five 
June 4, 1920 ; assigned to Algiers Oct. 23, 1920 ; class 
four Aug. 23, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class five 
July 1, 1924; assigned to Rotterdam Oct. 20, 1924; 
class four Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Frankfort-on- 
the-Main Sept. 7, 1928 ; class three May 9, 1930 ; as- 
signed to St. John's, N. F., May 12, 1930 ; cons. gen. 
and assigned to St. John's June 20, 1930 ; to Santiago, 
Chile, Apr. 1, 1933; married. 

Dowline, "Walter Cecil. — 6. Atkinson, Ga., Aug. 4, 
1905; Mercer Univ., B. A. 1925; elk. 1925-26; elk. 
and stenog. 1920-29 ; secretary 1929-31 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 30, 1931 ; as v. c. at Oslo Apr. 

7, 1932; married. 

Downer, Alice Scheibel (Mrs.) — b. Scranton. Pa. ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1929 ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 6, 1930 ; at 
$1,560 July 6, 1930; at $1,620 June 20. 1931.— AP. 



Dowiick, Lillie B. — 5. Washington, D. C. ; high 
.«ch. and business sch. grad. ; attended Spanish sch. ; 
secretary, Brit. Embassy, 1916-20; app. elk. at $1,200 
in the Dept. of State Dec. 22, 1920; at $1,400 Mar. 1, 
1924 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,740 Dec. 1, 1925 ; 
asst. to chief, stenographic section, Jan. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,800 Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,860 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; stenog., Int. Tech. Consulting Committee on 
Radio Communications. The Hague, 1929; at $1,980 
July 1, 1930; at $2,040 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act).— SS. 

Doyle, Albert Martin. — b. Chatham, Ontario, Sept. 
3, 1892 ; naturalized 1918 ; Chatham Coll. Inst. ; Univ. 
of Toronto, A. B. 1913 ; Univ. of Detroit, LL. B. 1921 ; 
mem. of bar of Mich. ; newspaper reporter 1913-14 ; 
teacher in high sch. 1914-15 ; real estate agt. 1915- 
17, 1919-20 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It. ; asst. pro- 
bation officer of recorder's court 1920-21 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three May 26, 1922 ; 
assigned to Amsterdam Aug. 28, 1922 ; class two 
Nov. 23, 1923 ; class one May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight and cons. 
Dec. 17. 1925 ; assigned to Rotterdam Apr. 2, 1926 ; 
to Brisbane Jan. 21, 1929 ; class seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; 
assigned to Sydney, N. S. W., Dec. 23, 1930 ; married. 

Drew, Gerald Augustin. — ft. San Francisco, Calif., 
June 20, 1903 ; Calif. Sch. of Mecb. Arts ; Univ. of 
Calif., B. S. 1924 ; Univ. of Grenoble 1924-25 ; Univ. 
of Madrid 1925-26 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Para Feb. 
24, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Port au Prince July 7, 1930 ; 
married. 

Drew, Norris E. — b. Haverhill, Mass., May 13, 
1892 ; business sch. grad. ; Kans. State Teachers Coll., 
B. S. 1927 ; grad. work, Univ. of Kans. and George 
Washington Univ. ; stenog. and typist 1912-13 ; requi- 
sition elk., Panama Canal, 1913-18 ; U. S. Army 
1918-19, 2d It., overseas service; asst. to purchasing 
agt. for motor company 1920-21 ; teacher in high sch. 
1921-25 ; principal and supt. of sch. 1926-30 ; app. 
elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State June 9, 1930; at 
$1,800 July 7, 1930; at $2,000 June 1, 1931; mar- 
ried.— HA. 

Dreyer, Helen Zilch (Mrs.) — b. Cumberland, Md. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; Wittenberg 
Coll. 1924-26 ; Univ. of Md. "1926-27 ; app. elk., temp., 
at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 6, 1930 ; perma- 
nently Aug. 8, 1930; at $1,620 Feb. 9, 1931.— SS. 

Dreyfus, Louis Goethe, Jr. — b. Santa Barbara, Calif., 
Nov. 23, 1889 ; Hotchkiss Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1910, 
M. A. 1911 ; Alliance Frangaise, summer 1910 ; app., 
after exam., cons. asst. Dec. 20, 1910; dep. cons. gen. 
at Berlin Mar. 16, 1911 ; v. and dep. cons, at Callao 
May 27, 1912 ; cons. agt. at Quibdo July 5, 1913 ; 
V. and dep. cons. gen. at Berlin Feb. 26, 1914 ; v. c. 
at Berlin Feb. 6, 1915; at Budapest July 14, 1915; 
cons, of clas& eight July 12, 1916 ; in charge at Sofia 
Oct. 10-Nov. 30, 1916; assigned to Sivas Mar. 20. 



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1917 ; to Malaga June 5, 1917 ; detailed to Paris Aug. 
25, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Palermo 
Mar. 12, 1920 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; assigned to 
Dresden Nov. 15, 1921 ; class four Nov. 23, 1921 ; 
class three Mar. 1, 1923; cons. gen. of class four 
June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 
1924 ; For. Ser. insp. May 1, 1925 ; class two June 30, 
1927 ; assigned to Oslo Oct. 7, 1927 ; For. Ser. insp. 
Oct. 1, 1928 ; assigned to Naples July 27, 1929 ; class 
one M'ay 9, 1930 ; to Copenhagen July 31, 1931 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 13, 1933 ; assigned as 
couns. of emb. at Lima June 26, 1933 ; married. 

Driscoll, Edward Eug-ene. — b. Fort Sisseton, S. Dak., 
Nov. 13, 1887 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
elk. and sec. 1903-14 ; app. elk., temp., in the Dept. 
of Stall' .Vug. 25. 1014; permanently at $900 under 
Ex. order June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,000 
June 16, 1917; at $1,200 Nov. 20, 1917; at $1,400 
June 16, 1919 ; at $1,600 Sept. 8, 1921 ; at $1,800 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $2,100 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1928; file elk., 
Conf. for the Codification of Int. Law, The Hague, 
1930 ; at $2,300 July 1, 1930 ; married.— DCR. 

Drissel, Roger S, — 6. Keller's Church, Pa., June 30, 
1877 ; attended business sch. ; Bethany Coll. 1906 ; 
West Chester Normal Sch., and Perkiomen Sem. ; 
teacher in public sch. 1896-1900 ; Navy Dept., 1900- 
1900 ; elk., U. S. Superintending Naval Constructor, 
190G-7 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Mar. 
19, 1907 ; at $1,000 Sept. 3, 1907 ; at $1,200 July 1, 
1908 ; at $1,400 Dec. 1, 1909 ; at $1,600 June 22, 
1910, eftVetive July 1 ; at $1,800 Dec. 31, 1919, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, 1920 ; special asst. at $2,000 Jan. 16, 
1922 ; asst. chief, Bu. of Indexes and Archives, July 
1, 1922 ; at $2,500 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at $2,800 July 1, 
1924 ; at $3,000 June 1, 1927 ; special asst, Sixth 
Int. Conf. of Am. States, Habana, 1928; at $3 200 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $3,300 July 1, 1928; 
at $3,500 July 1, 1930; asst. chief. Division of Com- 
munications and Records, Jan. 1, 1031 ; married. — 
DCR. 

Drumright, Everett Francis. — b. Drumright, Okla., 
Sept. 15, 1906 ; Okla. Agric. and Mech. Coll. 1925-26 ; 
Univ. of Okla., B. S. 1929 ; cml. work 1929-30 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned 
as V. c. at Ciudad Juarez, temp., Dec. 27, 1930 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 8, 1931 ; to Hankow Dec. 10, 
19;;i ; as language officer "at Peiping July 15, 1932. 

Drury, Louis Mason, — 6. Washington, D. C, Jan. 
19, 1910; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch.; 
Nat. Univ., LL. 15. 1931 ; bookkeeper 1928-31 ; elk.. 
Veterans' Bu., 1931 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State Oct. 9, 1931; permanently Jan. 1, 
1932.— DCR. 

Dryer, Mildred Verna. — b. Lansing, Mich. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk. in Govt, depts. 
and publishing house 1917-23 ; app. elk. at $1,000, 
temp., in the Dept. of State Nov. 26, 1923 ; perma- 
nently at $900 Dec. 31, 1923. effective Jan. 1. 1924; 
at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1. 1925: at 



$1,620 Dec. 1, 1925; at $1,680 Mar. 1, 1927; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1928; at $1,860 July 1, 1930; at $1,920 July 3, 1930 
(Brookhart Act).— EA. 

Drysdale, Walter Scott (Lt. Col.) — h. Murree, Brit- 
ish India. Sept. 3, 1880 ; naturalized 1914 ; Kans. 
Univ. 1899; U.S.M.A., grad. 1904; mil. att. at Pei- 
ping 1917-21 ; assigned as mil. att. at Peiping and 
Bangkok Mar. 11, 1932 ; attended Conf. for Settle- 
ment of Shanghai Incident Mar. -June 1932 and mem. 
of joint commn. formed as result of that conf. ; 
married. 

du Bois, Coert. — 6. Hudson, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1881; 
Biltmore (N. C.) Forest Sch., Bachelor of Forestry 
1901, Forest Engineer 1907 ; tech. and admin, work, 
U. S. Forest Ser., 1901-17; U. S. Army 1917-18, It. 
col., overseas service; app., after exam., cons, of class 
seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to Paris Nov. 25, 1919 ; 
to Naples Apr. 15, 1920; class six Nov. 23, 1921; 
assigned to Port Said Apr. 3, 1922 ; class five Mar. 1, 
1923 ; detailed to the Dept. Nov. 17, 1923 ; asst. 
chief. Visa Office, Apr. 11, 1924 ; class four June 
5, 1924; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924; 
chief. Visa Office, Dec. 1, 1924 ; representative on 
In ter-deparf mental committee on examination of immi- 
grants abroad, 1925 ; class four June 2, 1926 ; cons, 
gen. and assigned to Batavia May 7, 1927 ; class three 
May 26, 1928 ; For. Ser. insp. Mar. 26, 1930 ; class 
two May 9, 1930 ; assigned to Genoa Jan. 7. 1931 ; 
to Naples July 30, 1931 ; representative, Sixth Int. 
Fair of Tripoli, 1932 ; married. 

Duff, Russell G. (1st Lt.) — ft. Saginaw, Mich., .\ug. 
2, 1898 ; Va. Mil. Inst., B. S. in C. E. 1921 ; entered 
U. S. Army Aug. 4, 1921 ; assigned as language officer 
at Tokyo Aug. 18, 1932 ; married. 

Duffley, Margaret S. — &. Brookline, Mass. ; high 
sch. grad. ; Boston Univ. 1925-27 ; stenog. 1927-29 ; 
secretary 1929-30; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. 
of State June 2, 1930 ; at $1,620 Dec. 4, 1930 ; at 
$1,800 Jan. 1, 1932; elk.. Int. Monetary and Economic^ 
Conf.. London, 1933. — PC. 

Duffy, Mary Alice. — ft. Washington, D. C. ; Notre 
Dame Acad. ; in law office 1906-18 ; app. elk. at 
$1,000 in the Dept. of State Nov. 14, 1918 ; at $1,200 
Sept. 1, 1919 ; resigned Mar. 1920 ; reapp. elk. at 
$1,200 July 19, 1920; at $1,400 Sept. 16, 1922; at 
$1,860 July 1, 1924; at $1,920 Dec. 1, 1925; at 
$2,000 Jan. 1, 1928; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,300 July 1, 1928 ; stenog.. Int. Conf. on 
Safety of Life at Sea, London, 1929, Conf. for the 
Codification of Int. Law, The Hague, 1930; at $2,400 
July 1, 1930.— LE. 

Dugan, Henry P. — ft. Philadelphia, Pa., May 3, 
1872 ; attended high sch. ; telegraph operator 1893- 
1907, in Weather Bu. 1907-10 ; app. elk. at $900 in 
the Dept. of State Jan. 17, 1910; at $1,200 July 1, 
1911 ; at $1,400 May 1, 1916; at $1,600 Sept. 8, 1916; 
at $1,800 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920; elk., 
Lausanne Conf., 1923; at $2,100 July 1, 1924; at 
$2,200 Nov. 1, 1927; at $2,300 July 1, 1928 (Welch 



BIOGEAPHIES 



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Act) ; code elk., London Naval Conf., 1930 ; at $2,500 
July 1, 1930; at $2,600 July 3, 1930 (Brookbart Act) ; 
married.— DCR. 

Duggan, Laurence, — b. New York City May 28 
1905 ; Phillips Exeter giad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1927 
publislung I\r2~-2S ; Inst, of Int. Education 1929-30 
app. divisional asst. at $3,200 in the Dept. of State 
Nov. 1, 1930 ; married. — LA. 

Dumont, Frederick T, Frelinghuysen. — 6. Phillips- 
burg, N. J., Mar. 17, 1S60 ; Lafayette Coll., C. E. 
1889, M. S. 1895 ; engineer 1889-1900 ; founder and 
director of trust companies 1901-4 ; consulting engi- 
neer for mining companies in Canada, Mexico, and 
U. S. 1901-3, 1905-10 ; cons. agt. at Sonneberg, Ger- 
many, 1904-5 ; app., after exam., cons, at Guade- 
loupe Aug. 19, 1911 ; at Madrid Aug. 22, 1912 ; at 
Florence Apr. 24, 1914 ; cons, of class seven by act 
approved Feb. 15, 1915 ; class six Mar. 2, 1915 ; 
class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Dublin Sept. 6, 
1919 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; unassigned from 
Dec. 27, 1921 ; assigned to Fraukfort-on-the-Main Feb. 
18, 1922 ; cons. gen. of class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
assigned to Frankfort-on-the-Main Mar. 28, 1923; 
For. Ser. ofiicer of class three July 1, 1924 ; on leave 
of absence from Nov. 4, 1925 ; detailed to the Dept. 
June 5, 1926 ; in charge of Cons. Cml. Office and 
liaison officer to the Bu. of For. and Domes. Com. 
July 6, 1926; class two May 17, 1928; Pan 
American Commn. for the Simplification and Stand- 
ardization of Cons. Procedure, Washington, 1928 ; un- 
assigned from May 6, 1929 ; assigned as cons. gen. 
at Habana Oct. 26, 1929 ; class one July 24, 1930 ; 
married. 

Duncan, Norman. — 6. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 16, 
1895 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1916- 
17 ; U. S. Marine Corps 1917-19 ; secretary in mining 
companies in U. S. and Africa 1919-26, in Peru 
1927- ; app. cons. agt. at La Oroya Apr. 6, 1931 ; 
married. 

Dunham, Donald Carl. — b. Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 30, 
190S ; Phillips Andover grad. ; Yale, Ph. B. 1930 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Berlin June 9, 1931 ; 
v. c. at Berlin Sept. 4, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Berlin 
Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 17, 1932 ; to 
Hong Kong July 26, 1932. 

Dunker, Will F. — 6. Davenport, Iowa, Aug. 16, 
1898 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington Law Sch. 
1919-21; executive elk.. War Dept., 1917-19; elk.. 
Post Office Dept.. 1920; app. elk. at $1,100 in the 
Dept. of State Sept. 23, 1920; at $1,200 Sept. 1, 
1922; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,860 Dec. 31, 
1924, effective Jan. 1, 1925 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; 
at $2,100 July 1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 
1, 1928 ; at $2,400 July 1, 1930 ; married.— AP. 

Dunlap, Maurice Pratt. — 6. Toledo, Ohio, Dec. 9, 
1882 ; Princeton, B. A. 1912 ; Columbia, M. A. 1913 ; 
editorial work for newspaper syndicate 1904-6 ; elk., 

171194—33 12 



Philippine Civil Ser., 1907-11 ; editorial work in Dept. 
of Agric. 1913-15 ; contributor to magazines and news- 
papers ; app., after exam., cons, of class nine Feb. 22, 
1915, and assigned to Stavanger; detailed to Copen- 
hagen July 13, 1917 ; class eight Sept. 14, 1917 ; 
assigned to Odense May 27, 1918 ; detailed to Copen- 
hagen June 5, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed 
to Malmo Nov. 27, 1920 ; to Copenhagen Jan. 1921 ; 
assigned to Bangkok June 24, 1922 ; unassigned fmra 
July 21. 1923; detailed to Port au Prince Apr. 7, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Port au I'rince Dec. 28, 1925 ; class six 
June 2. 1926; assigned to Stockholm July 12, 1927; 
detailed to Int. Radiotelegraph Conf., Washington, 
1927 : class five July 24, 1930 ; assigned to Dundee 
Oct. 7, 1932. 

Dunn, James Clement. — b. Newark, N. J., Dec. 27, 
1890 ; studied law and architecture ; architect 1912- 
17; U. S. Navy 1917-19, It., aide to naval att. at 
Habana ; elk., Dept. of State, 1919 ; app., after 
exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Sept. 5, 1919, 
and assigned to the Dept. ; to Berne Nov. 15, 1919 
(canceled) ; to Madrid Feb. 26, 1920 ; class three 
Aug. 24, 1921 ; assigned to Port au Prince Mar. 1, 
1922 ; class two Jan. 23, 1924 ; assigned to Brus- 
sels Mar. 7, 1924 ; For Ser. officer of class four 
and assigned as 1st sec. at Brussels July 1, 1924 ; class 
three June 2, 1926 ; assigned to the Dept. Apr. 29, 
1927 ; dir. of ceremonies at the White House Sept. 27, 
1927 ; chief, Division of Int. Conf. and Protocol, Feb. 
4, 1928 ; class two Oct. 16, 1929 ; couns. to Commn. 
for study and review of conditions in Haiti, 1930 ; 
assigned as 1st sec. at London May 17, 1930 ; resigned 
Aug. 7, 1930 ; app. chief. Division of Int. Conf., at 
$8,000 in the Dept. of State Sept. 10, 1931 ; sec. of 
deL, Fourth Pan American Cml. Conf., Washington, 
1931 ; sec. gen. of Am. del., 1st stage, Gen. Disarma- 
ment Conf., Geneva, 1932 ; asst., 1st meeting of 
Experts' Prep. Committee for Int. Monctai-y and 
Economic Conf., Geneva, 1932, and sec. of Am. del. 
to Conf., London, 1933 ; Chief, Division of Protocol 
and Conference.';, June 1, 1933 ; married. — PC. 

Durbrow, Elbridge. — h. San Francisco, Calif., Sept. 
21, 1903 ; Shattuck Sch. grad. ; Yale, Ph. B. 1926 ; 
Stanford 1927; Univ. of Dijon 1927; Academic de 
Droit International de la Hague, summer 1928 ; 
L'Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques, diploma 1929 ; 
asst. land appraiser with raili'oad company, summers 
1923, 1924, 1925; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. e. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Warsaw May 17, 
1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 22, 1931 ; to Bucha- 
rest Apr. 7, 1932. 

Darning, Daniel Joseph. — h. Spencer, Mass., Oct. 16, 
1881 ; attended high sch. ; stock elk. for mfg. com- 
panies 1898-1919 ; elk in Govt, depts. 1919-23 ; app. 
elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Dec. 13, 1923; at 
$1,000 Apr. 1, 1924; at $1,320 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,380 Dec. 1, 1925 ; at $1,500 Nov. 1. 1926 ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $1,680 July 1, 1928; 
at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 



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Dutko, Paul Michael. — h. Mayfield, i'a., Jan. 5, 
1894; Mansfield (Pa.) State Normal Scb., grad. 1914. 
grad. work 1914-15 ; Dickinson Coll., A. B. 1917 ; 
Dickinson Law Sch. two yrs. ; George Washington 
Law Sch., summer 191 S; instructor, Mansfield State 
Normal Sch., 1914-15; teacher 1917-18; elk., Govt, 
depts., 1917-18 ; app. elk. in the Diplo. Ser. to pro- 
ceed to Japan for War Trade Bd. work Dec. 18, 1918 ; 
app. V. c, at Vladivostok Aug. 20, 1919 ; at Harbin 
Xov. 23, 1920; at Seoul, temp., Sept. 13, 1930; at 
Harbin Nov. 10, 1930 ; at Riga June 28, 1932 ; mar- 
ried. 

Duvall, Frank E. — h. Washington, D. C, Dec. 25, 
1900 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk.. 
District govt., 1916-18 ; app. elk., temp., at $840 in 
the Dept. of State May 4, 1918; at $1,020 Nov. 1, 
1918; at $960 July 1, 1919; at $1,020 Feb. 1, 1920; 
at $1,200 Oct. 5, 1920, effective Oct. 1 ; permanently 
at $1,000 Feb. 1, 1921 ; at $1,200 Aug. 16, 1921 ; at 
$1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,5G0 Mar. 1, 1927; at 
$1,020 Jan. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1930 ; 
married. — FE. 

Bwight, Harrison Griswold.— b. Constantinople, 
Turkey, of Am. parents, Aug. 6, 1875 ; St. Johnsbury 
Acad. grad. ; Amherst, A. B. 1898 ; elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate in Venice 1898-1901 ; librarian 1903-6 ; jour- 
nalist 1906-18, 1925-30; sec. to Gen. Bliss, Am. 
Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; special 
asst., Dept. of State, 1920-25 ; asst. on Near Eastern 
Affairs, Lausanne Conf., 1922-23; app. divisional 
asst. at $5,600 in the Dept. of State Jan. 16, 1931.— 
PC. 

Dwyer, Henry Thomas, — &. Providence, R. I., July 
21, 1895 ; La Salle Acad. grad. ; business sch. grad. ; 
Holy Cross Coll. 1914-15 ; civil engineering 1915-17 ; 
elk.. Ordnance Dept., 1917-18; Army field elk. 1918- 
21 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate G<>neral at Guatemala 
July 1921 ; v. c. at Guatemala Feb. 17, 1922 ; elk. at 
Am. Consulate General at Habana Sept. 1922 ; v. c. 
at Habana Apr. 22, 1925 ; at Nuevitas, temp., Nov. 
20, 1928 ; at Habana Jan. 2, 1929 ; at La Guaira Jan. 
19. 1929 ; at Curagao, temp., Mar. 5, 1929 ; at Mara- 
caibo, temp., Sept. 30, 1929; at Fort William and 
Port Arthur June 13, 1930. 

Dwyre, Dudley G. — h. London, England, Jan. 30, 
ISSO ; Am. citizen ; Colo. State Agric. Coll., grad. 
1901 ; grad. work, George Washington Univ., 1917- 
18 ; elk. and principal teacher, U. S. Indian Ser., 
1902-3 ; stenog., Manila, P. I., 1904 ; chief elk. and 
asst. supt., U. S. Indian Agcy., 1904-8 ; chief elk., 
U. S. Indian Warehouse, 1909-17 ; chief of section, 
Bu. of Indian Aflfairs, 1917-18 ; app. elk., temp., at 
$1,720 in the Dept. of State Nov. 2, 1918; at $1,600 
July 1, 1919 ; permanently Sept. 1, 1919 ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to 
Maracaibo Oct. 29, 1019 ; to Fort William and Port 
Arthur Sept. 21, 1921 ; class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; as- 
signed to Guadalajara June 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 1925 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Aug. 17, 1927 ; class five Sept. 
29, 1927 ; assigned to Mexico City Oct. 19, 1928 ; class 
four July 24, 19.30 ; married. 



Dye, Alexander Vincent. — b. Flora, 111., Feb. Ix, 
1S7G ; attended business sch. ; William Jewell Coll., 
A. B. 1901, A. M. 1902 ; grad. work, Chicago Univ., 
summer 1902 ; Univ. of Leipzig, Ph. D. 1904 ; prof., 
William Jewell Coll., 1904-9 ; app., after exam., cons, 
at Nogales May 31, 1909; resigned Jan. 1, 1913; 
mining 1913-17 ; app. special asst. in the Dept. of 
State and representative of War Trade Bd. in Norway 
Nov. 10, 1917; resigned June 1, 1919; with Am. 
corp. in London 1919-21 ; app. trade commr. at Lon- 
don Sept. 1921 ; asst. cml. att. at London, Aug. 1923 ; 
cml. att. at Mexico City Oct. 1, 1923 ; at Buenos 
Aires Aug. 30, 1926; del.. Thirteenth Int. Parliamen- 
tary Cml. Conf., Rio de Janeiro, 1927 ; alsu cml. att. 
at Asuncion Apr. 27, 1931 ; married. 

Dye, Charles Dea. — b. Oil Center, Ky., June 1, 
1897; Eastern Ky. State Normal Sch. 1914-15; 
attended busmess sch. ; La Salle Exten.sion Univ. 
1924-25 ; teacher in public sch. 1915-16 ; farming 
1917; elk.. War Dept., 1918; U. S. Army 1918-19; 
elk., Treas. Dept., 1919-20 ; farming 1920-22 ; in 
Veterans' Bu. 1923-25; app. elk. at $1,320 in the 
Dept. of State Feb. 12, 1926; at $1,380 Mar. 1, 1927; 
at $1,440 Jan. 1, 1928; at $1,560 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 ;' at $1,740 July 1, 
1930.— DCR. 

Dye, John Walter. — &. Winona, Minn., Feb. 4, 1878 ; 
Pillsbury Acad. grad. ; Univ. of Minn., A. B. 1904 ; 
George Washington Univ. 1905-6 ; physical dir., Minn. 
Agric. Sch., 1903-4, and Y. M. C. A. 1904-5; app., 
after exam., cons. elk. July 21, 1906; dep. cons. gen. 
at Berlin Dec. 18, 1906; cons. asst. July 1, 1908; 
dep. cons. gen. at Genoa Nov. 25, 1908 ; v. and dep. 
cons. gen. May 10, 1909 ; at Boma Dec. 30, 1910 ; at 
Smyrna Dec. 13, 1911 ; cons. agt. at Damascus 
Dec. 8, 1913 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. at Cape Town 
Nov. 18, 1914 ; v. c. at Cape Town Feb. 6, 1915 ; at 
Johannesburg Oct. 18, 1915 ; at Cape Town Nov. 5, 
1915 ; app. cons, of class eight July 12, 1916 ; de- 
tailed to Port Elizabeth Sept. G, 1917; assigned to 
Port Elizabeth Mar. 9, 1918; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; detailed to Ciudad 
Juarez Feb. 28, 1921 ; assigned to Ciudad Juarez 
Oct. 2, 1923; class four June 3, 1924; For. Ser. 
officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; tech. adviser, Conf. 
with Mexico to Prevent Smuggling, El Paso, Tex., 
1925, and Conf. for Formulation of Regulations under 
the Smuggling Conv. of 1925, Washington. 1926; 
class four May 23. 1929 ; to Montreal Sept. 30, 1929 ; 
to Wellington Sept. 18, 1930; to Melbourne July 13, 
1931 ; married. 

Earle, George Howard, 3d. — 6. Devon, Pa., Dec. 5, 
1890; DeLancey Sch. grad.; Harvard 1909-11: U. S. 
Army 1916, 2d It., ilexican border service ; U. S. Navy 
1917-19, It. (jg) ; owner and pres. of sugar mills ; 
vice pres. of sugar company ; app. E. E. and M. P. 
to Austria July 24, 1933 ; married. 

Earle, Matthew Clinton. — b. New York City Oct. 
23, 1902 ; high sch. grad. ; elk. 1921-27 ; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,500 in the N. Y. Passport Agency of the 
Dept. of State Apr. 4, 1927 ; permanently Nov. 1, 
1927; at $1,680 May 1, 1928; at $1,800 July 1, 1928; 
at $2,200 May 1, 1930. 



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163 



ttEarly, "William Wallace. — 6. Aulander, N.C., Dec. 
2, 1867 ; Wake Forest Coll., A. M. ; Univ. of Va. one yr. ; 
Univ. of Pa., M. D. ; practiced medicine eighteen yrs. ; 
app. cons. agt. at Leicester, England, July 25, 1914 ; 
resigned June 30, 191S ; app., after exam., cons, of 
class eight July 18, 1919 ; class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; 
assigned to Belize Sept. 6, 1919 ; For. Scr. officer of 
class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to San Luis Potosl 
Mar. 19, 1925 ; to Colon Apr. 12, 1929 ; retired Dec. 
31, 1932, under the provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 
1931 ; married. 

Earnest, Edwin Burchett. — b. Seymour, Iowa, May 
7, 1904; Univ. of Iowa, B. A. 1926; employed by 
student's recreation center 1923-27 ; app. elk. In Am. 
Consulate at Manchester Mar. 30, 1927 ; v. c. at Man- 
chester Mar. 8, 1928 ; at Edinburgh Apr. 9, 1930 ; 
married. 

Eaton, Earl Wilbert.— b. Robinson, 111.. Feb. 13, 
1882 ; Austin Coll. two yrs. ; teacher in public sch. 
1900-1901 ; 111. Nat. Guard 1905-7, 1st It. ; post 
office elk. 1915-17 ; dep. collector of customs 1917-18 ; 
app. V. c. at Nuevo Laredo Dec. 4, 1918 ; at Saltillo 
July 1, 1920; at Nuevo Laredo June 24, 1924; at 
Manzanillo Sept. 29, 1925 ; at Ensenada Feb. 4, 1928 ; 
at Ciudad Obregon Mar. 23, 1929 ; at Guaymas, 
temp., June 11, 1929; at Mazatldn Dec. 20, 1929; at 
Windsor, Ont., temp., Aug. 6, 1930 ; at Mazatlfin Oct. 
23, 1930; married. 

Eberhardt, Charles Christopher. — h. Salina, Kans., 
July 27, 1871 ; Wesleyan Univ. ; in insur. business ; 
app. elk. in Am. Emb. at Mexico City Nov. 1903 ; 
V. and dep. cons. gen. at Mexico City Oct. 29, 1904 ; 
cons, at Iquitos May 24, 1906; at Barranquilla May 

I, 1908 ; cons. gen. at large Jan. 12, 1910 ; cons. gen. 
of class three July 6, 1918 ; assigned to Rio de 
Janeiro Sept. 26, 1918 (canceled) ; instructor of cons. 
class 1919 ; class two Sept. 5, 1919 ; continued on 
duty as cons. gen. at large ; mem. of Bd. of Review 
1922 ; mem. of For. Ser. Personnel Bd. and chm. of 
the executive committee of the Bd. June 19, 1924- 
Mar. 14. 1925 ; mem. of Bd. of Examiners for the For. 
Ser. and For. Ser. Sch. Bd. July 1, 1924-Mar. 14, 
1925 ; For. Ser. ofiScer of class one July 1, 1924 ; mem, 
of Bd. of Review. For. Ser. Personnel, 1925 ; E. E. and 
M. P. to Nicaragua Mar. 12, 1925; to Costa Rica 
Jan. 9, 1930. 

Eberlein, Marcia, — h. St. Louis, Mo. ; high sch. 
grad. : Linwood Coll. 1917-18 : Univ. of Kans. 
1918-20 ; bookkeeper-stenog. 1923-26 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Jan. 20. 1926 ; at 
$1,500 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at .'?1.620 July 1. 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1930; stenog., Conf. on the Limitation of the Manu- 
facture of Narcotic Drugs, Geneva, 1931. — WE. 

Ebling, Samuel Gale. — b. Bellefoutaine, Ohio, Dec. 

II. 1893 ; Univ. of Cincinnati and Univ. of Nancy, 
France; George Washington, A. B. 1920; Centro de 
Estudios Historicos, Madrid, 1922 ; stenog. 1912-15 ; 
elk., Dept. of Agric. and War Trade Bd., 1916-18 ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, overseas service ; elk., Dept. 
of State, 1919-21 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Mar- 
seille May 23, 1921 ; at Paris Dec. 13, 1923 ; app., 



after exam., v. c. of career of class three Jan. 5, 
1924 ; assigned to Paris Jan. 16, 1924 ; to Stockholm 
June 18, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Penang July 27, 1926 ; to Colombo, temp., 
July 20, 1929 ; to Penang Sept. 28, 1929 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Penang Oct. 16, 1929 ; to 
Bremen Aug. 16, 1930 ; cla.ss seven July 1, 1931 ; to 
Corinto Oct 15, 1932. 

Edgar, Donald Dixon. — b. Metuchen, N. J., Feb. 18, 
1907 ; Rutgers Prep. Sch. ; Tome Sch. grad. ; Williams 
Coll., A. B. 1928; Columbia 1928-29; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Kingston, Ont., Apr. 29, 1930 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Sept. 27, 1930 ; to Hong Kong Feb. 24, 1931 ; 
to Habana Jan. 6, 1933. 

tfEdge, Walter Evans. — b. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 

20, 1873 ; attended high sch. ; publisher and pro- 
prietor of advertising agency ; U. S. Army, Spanish- 
American War, It. col. ; mem. N. J. Assembly 1910, 
N. J. Senate 1911-16 ; gov. of N. J. 1917-19 ; U. S. 
Senator 1919-29 ; app. A. E. and P. to France Nov. 

21, 1929 ; representative, negotiations for moratorium 
on intergovernmental debts, Paris, 1931 ; resigned 
Apr. 13, 1933; married. 

Edmonds, Walter Bernard. — 6. New Kent, Va., Jan. 
3, 1877 ; app. asst. messenger, temp., in the Dept. of 
State Aug. 13, 1918; permanently June 19, 1919; 
laborer July 1, 1925. — SU. 

Edson, Andrew Warden. — b. East Hampton, Conn., 
Nov. 25, 1903 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1925 ; Harvard, 
A. M. 1927 ; Instructor in hist., Clark Sch., 1927-28 ; 
app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Nov. 18, 1929 ; as v. c. at Tientsin Mar. 26, 
1930 ; at Mukden May 26, 1932. 

Edwards, Cecil C. — 5. Chariton, Iowa, Nov. 30, 
1908 ; high sch. grad. ; Southeastern Univ., B.C.S. 
1933 ; elk.. Interior Dept., 1927-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State May 16, 1930; at $1,620 Aug. 
11, 1930; married.— FA. 

Edwards. Clement Stanislaus. — h. New York City 
Mar. 4, 1869 ; St. Michael's Acad., Chatham, N. B. ; 
Parker Coll., Winnebago City, Minn., two yrs. ; Hills- 
dale Coll. one-half yr. ; mem. of bar of Minn. ; law 
practice until 1004; city atty. five yrs.; mem. of 
Albert Lea, Minn., Charter Commn. eight yrs.; 12th 
Regiment, Minn. Vol. Infantry, 1898, capt. ; real es- 
tate business ; newspaper owner and editor six yrs. ; 
app., after exam., cons, at Acapulco Mar. 2, 1911 ; 
cons, of class eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class seven Mar. 2, 1915 ; assigned to Santo Domingo 
Mar. 15, 1917 ; cLiss six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to 
Paris Oct. 23, 1919 ; attached to Am. Commn. at Ber- 
lin and detailed to Frankfort-on-the-Main Oct. 4, 1920 ; 
to Hamburg Nov. 20, 1920 ; to Paris Dec. 16, 1920 ; 
to Kovno July 12, 1921 ; assigned to Kovno July 28, 
1922 ; class five Aug. 23, 1922 ; assigned to Valencia 
Jan. 2, 1024 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 
1924 ; class five Oct. 16, 1929 ; assigned to Bradford 
Aug. 16, 1930; married. 



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Edwards, Isaac— 1>. Chester. Pa., Apr. 26, 1882: 
laborer. War Dept., 1899-1902 ; app. laborer in the 
Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1902 ; asst. messenger July 2, 
1906 ; messenger Dec. 31, 1920, cfifective Jan. 1, 
1921.— EE. 

Edwards, J. Stanford. — b. Washington, D. C, Sept. 
4, 1880 ; attended public sch. ; Brooklyn Inst, of Art 
and Sciences; elk.. Navy Dept., 1900-1909; journal- 
ist for publisliing company 1909-15; Am. Ambulance 
Hospital 1915-17, overseas service; U. S. Army 1917- 

20, capt., overseas service ; assoc. editor of publishing 
company 1920-21 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Anisteniam Apr. 21, 1921 ; v. c. at Amsterdam June 

21, 1922; at Copenhagen Nov. 6. 1929. 

Eells. Stillman Witt. — b. Cleveland, Ohio, Apr. 24, 
1873 ; Taft's Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1895 ; secretary of foun- 
dry company ; pres. and v. pres. of mfg. companies six 
yrs. ; app. v. c. at Hamilton, Bermuda, Mar. 20, 1916 ; 
app., after exam., cons, of class eight Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
assigned to Mombasa May 25, 1918 ; to Nairobi July 
30, 1918 ; class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Fun- 
chal Aug. 5, 1921 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. May 23, 1925 ; 
assigned to Leeds July 11, 1925 ; class seven Aug. 24, 
1927 ; assigned to Colombo May 19, 1928 ; class six 
July 24, 1930 ; to Cardiff Sept. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Elbrick, Charles Burke. — b. Louisville, Ky., Mar. 25, 
1908 ; Univ. of Louisville 1925-26 ; Williams Coll., 
A. B. 1929 ; app., after exam., For Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 22, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Panama Feb. 4, 1931 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 17, 1932 ; to Southampton 
Aug. 10, 1932; married. 

Elford, Albert Harry. — b. Fowey, Cornwall, Eng- 
land, Mar. 30, 1870 ; Brit, subject ; attended high 
sch.; studied under Oxford tutor; shipping agt. ; app. 
cons. agt. at Gran Nov. 7, 1906 ; married. 

Elliott, John Carl. — h. Washington, D. C, Nov. 12. 
1907 ; high sch. grad. ; Ga. Sch. of Tech. 1925-27 ; 
George Washington Law Sch. 1927-31 ; mem. of bar 
of Va. ; bank elk. 1923-24 ; bank teller 1927-29 ; elk., 
Veterans' Bu., Jan.-Aug. 1929 ; app. elk. at $1,620 in 
the Dept. of State Aug. 12. 1929 ; at ?1,740 July 1, 
1930; at $1,800 Feb. 17, 1031.— CC. 

ttEllis, Leon Hubbard. — b. Rheatown, Tenn., Jan. 
26, 1892 ; Stanford, A.B. 1914 ; study of Mandarin, 
Chinese Maritime Customs Coll., Mukden, 1916-17 ; 
Univ. of Wash., LL. B. 1921 ; with Chinese maritime 
customs ser. at Canton 1917 and at Nannlng, Kwangsi, 
1918-20 ; law elk. 1921 ; app., after exam., sec. of 
emb. or log. of class four Sept. 22, 1922, and assigned 
to the Dept. ; to Peking Nov. 13, 1922 ; to Guatemala 
Apr. 24, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight and 
assigned as 3d sec. at Guatemala July 1, 1924 ; 
class seven Apr. 30, 1925 ; assigned to San Salvador, 
temp., Apr. 20, 1926; to Guatemala July 30. 1926; 
to Berne Feb. 7, 1927 ; to Budapest, temp.. Mar. 2. 
1928 ; to San Jos6, Costa Rica, July 24, 1928 ; to 
Peiping May 28. 1929; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929; class 
six July 24, 1930; resigned June 30. 1933. 



Ellis, Overton Gentry, Jr. — b. Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 

9. 1900; U.S.X.A. 1919-20; Univ. of Wash., B. A. 
1923 ; newspaper work in Manila 1923-24 ; cml. work 
in Hong Kong 1924-27, in Athens 1927-30, in Istan- 
bul 1930 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass.. 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 7, 1932 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 9, 1932 ; as v. c. 
at Budapest Apr. 7, 1932 ; married. 

Ellis, Virginia Margaret Craighead. — 6. Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; Coll. of William and Mary 1920-21 ; 
George Washington Univ. 1921-22, 1927- ; Corcoran 
Art Sch. ; elk., War Dept., 1924-27 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State July 1, 1927 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 1928 ; 
at $1,620 Dec. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at 
$1,800 Nov. 1, 1930.— FA. 

Elting, Howard, Jr.— 6. Chicago, 111., July 16, 1907 ; 
Phillips Exeter grad. ; studied in Germany, summer 
1929 ; Princeton, B. S. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Dresden June 10. 1931 ; v. c. at Dresden 
Sept. 1, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer un- 
class., V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 

17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Dresden Jan. 2, 1932 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 17, 1932 ; to Istanbul July 
26. 1932 ; married. 

Engdahl, F. Russell. — 6. Spokane, Wash., July 28, 
1907 ; Univ. of Wash. 1925-26 ; Georgetown, B. S. 
1930 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 
1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Port au Prince, temp., 
Dec. 26, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 23, 1931 ; 
to Calcutta Apr. 7, 1932. 

Engert, Cornelius Van Hemert. — 6. Vienna, Austria, 
of Dutch parents, Dec. 31, 1887; naturalized; pri- 
vate tutors ; attended sch. in Calif, and Switzerland ; 
Univ. of Calif., B. Lift. 1908, M. Litt. 1909 ; Univ. of 
Calif. Law Sch. 1908-11 ; Le Conte Memorial Fellow. 
Harvard, 1911-12; teaching fellow in hist., Univ. of 
Calif., 1909-11 ; app., after exam., student inter- 
preter in Turkey Mar. 12, 1912 ; interpreter to Am. 
Consulate General at Constantinople July 1, 1914 ; in 
charge of agency at Dardanelles Is'ov.-Dec. 1914; 
assigned as v. c. at Constantinople Feb. 12, 1915 ; 
V. c. and interpreter at Baghdad Aug. 4, 1915 (can- 
celed) ; on detail in Am. Emb. at Constantinople Sept. 
1915-Dec. 1916; in Syria and Palestine Dec. 1916- 
Apr. 1917 ; app. asst. in Am. Leg. at The Hague Aug. 

18, 1917 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of 
class four May 3, 1918 ; assigned to The Hague June 
1, 1918; class three Mar. 14, 1919: assigned to Te- 
heran Sept. 9, 1919 ; to Constantinople, temp., Nov. 
4, 1919 ; to Teheran Mar. 10, 1920 ; to the Dept. Oct. 

10, 1922 ; class two Dec. 4. 1922 ; assigned as 1st 
sec. at Habana Sept. 26, 1923; For. Ser. officer of 
class four July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 1st sec. at San 
Salvador Feb. 11, 1925; at Santiago May 1, 1926: 
unassigned from Nov. 18, 1927 ; assigned to Caracas 
Dec. 21, 1927; class three Dec. 19, 1929; assigned 
to Peiping June 13. 1930; to Cairo June 29, 1933; 
married. 



BIOGRAPHIES 



165 



Engh, Audrey M. — 6. LaGrosse, Wis. ; attended 
tiigh sch. ; business sch. grad. ; app. elk., temp., at 
$1,440 in tlie Dept. of State Mar. 16, 1931 ; perma- 
nently, at .?1,260 Sept. 1, 1931 ; at $1,440 Mar. 1, 
1932.— SS. 

English, Alphonzo George. — b. Camden, S. C, Mar. 
29, 1902; messenger. War. Dept., 1918, 1919-30; 
app. mt'ssenger, temp., in tlie Dept. of State Aug. 28, 
1931 ; permanently Oct. 6, 1931.— PC. 

English, Benedict Michael. — 6. Monona, Iowa, Feb. 
2, 1894 ; Creighton Univ., Pb. B. 1916, LL. B. 1919 ; 
mem. of bar of Nebr. ; U. S. Xavy 1918 ; law prac- 
tice 1919 ; app. a law elk. at $2,000 in the Dept. of 
State Dec. 23, 1919 ; law drafting asst., temp., at 
$2,500 June 1, 1920 ; drafting officer July 1, 1920 ; 
asst. solicitor June 1, 1921 ; drafting officer at $3,000 
Sept. 30, 1922 ; at $3,200 May 1, 1925 ; resigned 
June 30, 1925 ; disbursing officer. Plebiscitary Commn. 
and Special Commn. on Boundaries, Tacna Arica Arbi- 
tration, 1925-26; sec. Gen. Claims Commn., U. S. 
and Mexico, 1926-31 ; sec, U. S.-Panama Claims Ar- 
bitration, 1932-33 ; counsel for U. S., U. S.-Panama 
Claims Arbitration, 1933 ; app. jr. atty., temp., at 
$2,000 in the Dept. of State July 10, 1933 ; mar- 
ried.— PD. 

English, Robert McCalla. — b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Sept. 18, 1903 ; Noble and Greenough Sch. grad. ; 
Univ. of Dijon, diploma 1925 ; Harvard, A. B. 1926 ; 
2d It., O. R. C. ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Algiers 
June 9, 1927 ; v. c at Algiers Jan. 11, 1928 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c of career, 
and assigned to Algiers Jan. 29, 1929 ; to Gibraltar, 
temp., May 25, 1929; to Constantinople (Istanbul) 
July 1, 1929 ; sec in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; 
assigned as v. c and 3d sec at Bangkok Feb. 4. 
1931 ; as 3d sec. at Budapest Jan. 26, 1932 ; married. 

Erhardt, John George. — b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 4, 
1889 ; Adelphi Acad. ; Columbia 1914 ; Hamilton Coll., 
Pb. B. 1915; Fordbam Univ. Law Sch. 1915-17; Am. 
Sch. for Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, one yr. ; 
mem. of bar of N. Y. ; law elk. 1915-17; U. S. 
Army 1917-19; law practice 1919-20; app., after 
exam., v. c of career of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; 
assigned to Athens Dec. 22, 1919 ; cons, of class seven 
Apr. 29, 1920 ; class six Mar. 1, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; detailed to Winni- 
peg July 3, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Dec. 2, 1926 ; asst. liaison officer with 
Dept. of Com. and in charge of political section, 
Cml. Office, July 1, 1928 ; acting in charge, Cons. 
Cml. Office, May 6, 1929 ; class five Oct. 16, 1929 ; in 
charge, Cons. Cml. Office, and liaison officer with Dept. 
of Com. Nov. 1, 1929 ; assigned to Bordeaux Dec. 1, 
1930 ; class four July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Estes, Alvin Guy. — 6. Jay, Me., June 17, 1886; at- 
tended business sch. ; Georgetown Law Sch. 1916-17 ; 
National Univ. Law Sch., LL. B. 1927 ; mem. of bar 
of D. C. ; clk.-stenog. 1907-12 ; in Govt, depts. 
1912-17; Army field elk. 1917-19, overseas service; 
chief elk. of the political and economic section, Am. 
Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; in Govt. 



depts. 1922-25 ; app. elk. at $1,500 in the Dept. of 
State Feb. 8, 1926 ; at $1,860 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $2,000 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 1928; at 
$2,300 Nov. 1, 1928 ; at $2,500 July 1, 1930 ; admin, 
asst. at $3,200 Feb. 1. 1931.— PD. 

Evans, Ernest Edwin. — 6. Rochester, N. Y., Apr. 18, 
1891 ; attended high sch. and business sch. in U. S. 
and Switzerland ; elk. and sec. 1908-13 ; stenog., Bu. 
of For. and Domes. Com., 1913-14 ; elk. to cml. att. 
at London 1914-16; in office of naval att. at Madrid 
1917 ; app. v. c. at Madrid Sept. 22, 1917 ; at Tangier 
Jan. 7, 1919 ; app., after exam., ( ons. asst. May 20, 
1920; V. c. at Gibraltar Aug. 11, 1920; at Tangier 
Aug. 81, 1920 ; v. e. of career of class three Nov. 17, 
1921, and assigned to Tangier ; detailed for special 
duty in Albania May 1, 1922 ; assigned to Mexico City 
Jan. 2, 1923 ; class two May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Puerto Cas- 
tilla Mar. 9, 1925 ; to Ceiba Apr. 22, 1926 ; to Naples 
Feb. 17. 1927 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to 
Naples May 17, 1928; class seven July 24, 1930; 
married. 

Evans, Percy Heyward. — b. Washington, D. C, June 
27, 1898; in Govt, depts. 1918-22, 1926; app. mes- 
senger in the Dept. of State Dec. 16, 1926. — DCR. 

Evans, William Davis. — b. Nov. 30, 1884 ; app. la- 
borer in the Dept. of State Dec. 23, 1909 ; asst. mes- 
senger June 22, 1910 ; reapp. under Ex. order Aug. 
24, 1912.— VD. 

Everett, Curtis Thomas. — 6. Scottsville, Ky., Dec. 9, 
1890 ; Vanderbilt Univ., B. S. 1915, M. A. 191G ; Sor- 
bonne 1919 ; surveying 1913 ; instructor in mil. acad. 
and prep. sch. 1911-13, 1915-17; with Am. Red 
Cross 1917; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It., overseas 
service ; app. elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Oct. 
8, 1919 ; V. c. at Li^ge Jan. 7, 1920 ; at Stuttgart 
Dec. 23, 1921 ; app., after' exam., v. c of career of 
class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to Stuttgart Mar. 
2. 1923 ; class two May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer 
unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Bombay Sept. 9, 
1924 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Bombay Oct. 
20, 1926 ; to Frankfort-on-the-Main Feb. 29, 1928 ; to 
Geneva June 11, 1928; class seven May 23, 1929; 
class six Feb. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Fabatz, Anton B.— 6. Calumet, Mich., Dec. 12, 
1906 ; high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
1931- ; secretary 1924-30; stenog., Post Office Dept., 
1930-31 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Aug. 17, 1931.— HA. 

Faherty, Regina Elizabeth. — b. Harper's Ferry, 
W. Va. ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; stenog.. 
Veterans' Admin., 1930-31; app. elk, at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State May 16, 1931 ; at $1,620 Nov. 1. 
1931.— PC. 

Fairbanks, Frederick Charles. — b. Paris, France, of 
\m. parents, July 2, 1868 ; studied under tutors in 
France and Germany ; prof, of piano. Royal Conserva- 
tory of Music, Dresden, Germany, 1897-99 ; app. cons, 
agt. at Dieppe Mar. 11, 1916; married. 



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Farnsworth, Frederick Edward. — b. Colorado 

Si)riugs, Colo., Mar. 8, 1906 ; Middlesex Sell. grad. ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1D29 ; autliropological expedition to 
Albauia 1929-30 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
uiiclass., V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Doc. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Ciudad Juar'cz 
Jan. 20, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Seh. Feb. 1, 1933 ; 
to I'aleimo June 13, 1933; married. 

Farrar, "Victor John. — 6. Perry, Me., Jan. 1, 1886 ; 
Univ. of Wis., A. B. 1911, A. M. 1912, Ph. D. 1927 ; 
teacher of hist, in high sch. 1912-13 ; asst. in hist., 
Univ. of Wis., 1913-14, 1924-25 ; research assoc. and 
instructor in hist., Univ. of Wash., 1914-24 ; U. S. 
Army 1918-19, overseas service ; prof, of hist, at Car- 
roll Coll. 1925-26, at Sterling Coll. 1927-30 ; app. 
research asst. at $3,200 in the Dept. of State Sept. 
22, 1930.— HA. 

Farrell, Thomas Francis. — &. Boston, Mass., Apr. 
16, 1887 ; Harvard and New York Univ. ; George 
Washington, A. B. 1921 ; La Salle Sch. of Law, LL. B. 
1926 ; mgr. of warehouse 1912-14 ; bookkeeper, Navy 
Dept., 1914-17; app. elk. at .$900 in the Dept. of 
State Nov. 19, 1917 ; at $1,000, temp.. May 1, 1918 ; 
elk. at $1,600 in the N. Y. Passport Agency July 1, 
1918; in the Dept. of State Oct. 16, 1919; at $1,860 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $2,100 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1928 ; at 
$2,300 Feb. 1, 1929 ; at $2,500 July 1, 1930 ; mar- 
ried.— PD. 

Farrell, William Stokes. — 6. Montreal, Canada, of 
Am. parents, Nov. 14, 1907 ; Cornell, A. B. 1928 ; 
Georgetown Univ. ; 2d It., O. R. C. ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 
1929 ; assigned to Mexico City, temp., Nov. 27, 1929 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 27, 1930; to Addis Ababa 
Feb. 24, 1931. 

Fauntroy, Edward. — 6. Washington, D. C, Sept. 7, 
1876 ; app., temp., in the Dept. of State Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
permanently, as asst. messenger, Apr. 12, 1920. — PD. 

Faust, John Bernard. — 6. near Allendale, S. C, 
Sept. 18, 189S; Clemson Agric. Coll., B. Sc. 1918; 
Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 1925-26 ; laboratory 
chemist for powder company 1918 ; chief chemist for 
nitrate company in Chile 1919-24 ; research on paints 
and related products 1925-26 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. May 28, 1926 ; v. c. of career June 
15, 1926 ; assigned to Buenos Aires Apr. 25, 1927 ; to 
Asuncion Nov. 7, 1928 ; sec. In the Diplo. Ser. Ndv. 7, 
3928; as.signed also as 3d sec. at Asuncion Nov. 20, 
1928; as v. c. at Berlin Mar. 30, 1931 (canceled) ; as- 
signed as v. c. at Paris Dec. 30, 1931 ; married. 

Feely, Edward Francis. — b. Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 
6, 1880 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
Rochester Univ. 1898-1901 ; traveled in Europe and 
Latin America as representative of Am. mfrs. ; app. 
trade commr. in Mexico Sept. 20, 1918 ; cml. att. at 
Mexico City June 20, 1919 ; at Buenos Aires, Asuncion, 
and Montevideo Oct. 22, 1920 ; tech. adviser to Am. 
del., Fifth Int. Conf. of Am. States, Santiago, Chile, 
1923 ; resigned Sept. 15, 1926 ; mem., Am. Commn. 
of Financial Experts to Ecuador, Bolivia, and China 



1927-30; app. E. E. 
1930 ; married. 



and M. P. to Bolivia June 4, 



Feis, Herbert. — 6. New York City June 7, 1893; 
Harvard, A. B. 1916, Ph. D. 1921 ; U. S. Navy 1917- 
19, It. (jg.), overseas service; instructor. Harvard, 
1919-21 ; assoc. prof, of economics, Univ. of Kaus., 
1921-23 ; prof, of economics, Univ. of Cincinnati, 
1924-28 ; Council on Foreign Relations 1930-31 ; app. 
economic adviser at $8,000 in the Dept. of State 
May 13, 1931 ; asst., 1st meeting of Experts' Prep. 
Commn. for Monetary and Economic Conf., Geneva, 
1932, and chief teih. adviser to Am. del. to Conf., 
London, 1933 ; married. — EA. 

Fennel, Charles Howard, Jr. — h. Galveston, Tex., 
Jan. 19, 1908 ; messenger, War Dept, 1928-30 ; app. 
messenger in the Dept. of State May 16, 1930. — WE. 

Fennell, Joseph A. — b. Washington, D. C, Nov. 13, 
1893 ; Georgetown, A. B. 1916, LL. B. 1922 ; mem. 
of bar of D. C. ; teacher in high sch. 1916-18 ; elk. 
in Am. Emb. at Paris 1918-19; app. elk., temp., 
at $900 in the Dept. of State Sept. 19, 1919; at 
$960 Nov. 1, 1919; at $1,000 Feb. 1. 1920; perma- 
nently at $1,200 Nov. 16, 1920 ; at $1,400 Dec. 30, 
1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; at $2,100 July 1, 1924; 
at $2,200 Dec. 1, 1925; at $2,400 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $2,500 July 1, 1928; legal asst. at 
$2,600 Sept. 1, 1929; at $2,800 July 1, 1930. — TD. 

Fenstermacher, Harvey Edward. — b. near Cressona, 
Pa., Mar. 15. 18!12 ; attended business sch. ; Int. 
Accountants Society, grad. 1925 ; teacher in public 
sch. 1910-11 ; elk., Dept. of State, 1911-14 ; farming 
1914-15 ; app. elk., temp., in the Dept. of State Feb. 
1, 1916 ; permanently at $1,200 under Ex. order June 
22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,400 Oct. 1, 1917 ; at 
$1,600 Aug. 15, 1918; elk.. Am. Commn. to Negotiate 
Peace, Paris, 1918 ; asst. archivist, Conf. on Limita- 
tion of Armament, Washington, 1921 ; at $1,800 Mar. 
16, 1923 ; at $2,100 July 1, 1924 ; at $2,200 Dec. 1, 
1925 ; asst. archivist, Int. Radiotelegraph Conf., 
Washington, 1927; at $2,300 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; jr. admin, asst. at $2,600 Oct. 1, 1928 ; archi- 
vist. Int. Conf. of Am. States on Conciliation and 
Arbitration, Washington, 1928-29 ; at $2,800 July 1, 
1930; at $2,900 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act); 
asst. chief, Division of Communications and Records, 
Jan. 1, 1931 ; married. — DCR. 

Ferguson, Ollis B. — b. Willow Springs. Mo., Nov. 2, 
1887 ; high sch. grad. ; studied accounting and bank- 
ing ; elk. and accountant 1906-7 ; asst. postmaster 
1908-9 ; agric. research 1910-16 ; Mo. state food 
relief committee 1917 ; U. S. Army 1918-20, overseas 
service ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at London 
Sept, 27, 1920; v. c. at London Nov. 7, 1921; at 
Ciudad Juarez Dec. 3, 1926 ; married. 

Fernald, Hobert Foss. — 6. Winn, Me., Oct. 4, 1890 ; 
Hebron Acad. grad. ; Colby Coll. 1909-10 ; employed 
in various capacities in Porto Rico and Santo Do- 
mingo 1910-14 ; elk.. War. Dept., 1914-15 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Catania Jan. 14, 1916 ; v. c. at 
Catania Apr. 5, 1916 ; app., after exam., v, c. ot 
career of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to 



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167 



Catania Oct. 22, 1919; class two May 24, 1920; 
assigned to Stockholm Sept. 15, 1921 ; class one Nov. 
17, 1921 ; cons, of class seven June 22, 1922 ; detailed 
to Goteborg Apr. 19, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
eight July 1, 1924 ; a.^signed to Salonikl Oct. 23, 
1924 ; to Lagos July 14. 1927 ; class seven May 23, 
1929 ; assigned to the Dept., temp., Dec. 1, 1929 ; 
to Danzig, temp.. Mar. 19, 1930 ; to Tegucigalpa, 
temp., Sept. 26, 1930 ; class six Feb. 4, 1931 ; to 
I'uerto Culjezas May 15, 1931; to La Paz Mar. 11, 
L932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 17, 1933. 

Ferrin, Augustin William. — 6. Little Valley, N. Y., 
Sept. 1, 1875 ; Yale, B. A. 1897 ; newspaper and 
magazine work 1898-1916 ; trade commr., Dept. of 
Com., 1916 ; act. cml. att. in Peking 1917-18 ; trade 
commr. in Australia and New Zealand 1918-20 ; Dept. 
of Com. 1920-24 ; app., after exam., cons, of class 
seven June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Madrid Aug. 1, 1924 ; to 
Tabriz June 24, 1926 ; class seven June 8, 1927 ; 
assigned to Teheran, temp., July 25, 1928 ; class six 
Oct. 16, 1929; assigned to the Dept. Dec. 18, 1929; 
to Mfilaga Oct. 3, 1930. 

Ferris, "Walton Canby. — h. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 
2, 1900 ; Swarthmore Coll. 1918-21 ; Univ. of Wis. 
Law Sch. 1921-22 ; Marquette Univ. Law Sch. 1922- 
24 ; mem. of bar of Wis. ; law elk. 1922-24 ; law prac- 
tice 1924-26 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unelass. May 28, 1926 ; v. c. of career June 15, 1926 ; 
assigned to Palermo June 16, 1927 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Palermo Feb. 24, 1931 ; re- 
signed Apr. 9, 1931 ; app. divisional asst. at $3,800 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 10, 1931 ; married.— EE. 

Field, Noel Haviland. — &. London, England, of Am. 
parents, Jan. 2.3, 1904 ; attended sch. in Switzerland ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1924 ; social worker, Mass. Dept. of 
Mental Diseases, 1924—25 ; app., after exam.. For. Sei. 
officer unelass., v. c. of career, and assigned to the 
Dept. Sept. 1, 1926 ; asst. sec, London Naval Conf., 
1930 ; resigned Aug. 20, 1930 ; app. divisional asst. 
at $4,600 in the Dept. of State Aug. 21, 1930; mar- 
riid. — WE. 

Finley, Harold Daniel. — 6. Ballston Spa, N. Y., 
Nov. 4, 1893 ; Worcester Acad. ; Yale, B. A. 1917 ; 
Edinburgh Univ. 1927-29 ; sec. and asst. to Sir Wil- 
fred T. Grenfell in Labrador, summers 1915 and 1910 ; 
U. S. Army 1917-20, capt., overseas service ; app., 
after exam., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 7, 
1920 ; assigned to Havre Oct. 18, 1920 ; class two 
May 26, 1922 ; class one Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to 
Naples Mar. 30, 1923 ; cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Patras, temp., July 21, 1926 ; to Naples 
Sept. 2, 1926 ; class seven Oct. 20, 1926 ; assigned to 
Edinburgh Feb. 16, 1927 ; class six May 9, 1930 ; sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. and assigned as 2d see. at San 
Salvador Sept. 30, 1930 ; at Panama Dec. 30, 1931 ; 
married. 

Fisher, Carl Alvin.— 6. Salt Lake City, Utah, Apr. 
27, 1897; Stanford, Univ. of Pa., and Univ. of Utah; 
Georgetown, B. F. S. 1924 ; U. S. Navy 1918-19, en- 
sign ; officer in creamery and petroleum companies 



1919-23 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. and leg. of 
class four Dec. 12, 1923, and assigned to the Dept. ; 
3d sec. at Berlin Feb. 4, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Bel- 
grade June 1, 1926 ; class seven Oct. 19, 1926 ; as- 
signed to Athens May 28, 1929 ; 2d sec. Oct. 19. 1929 ; 
class six Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to The Hague Jan. 
28, 1932 ; married. 

Fisher, Borsey Gassaway. — b. Fort Leavenworth, 
Kans., Feb. 12, 1907; Univ. of Wash. 1923-25; 
Harvard, A. B. 1927, A. M. 1928 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unelass. and v. c. of career Mar. 26, 

1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 1, 1929 ; to 
Calcutta July 10, 1929 ; assigned to Habana Dec. 9, 
1932 ; to Matanzas, temp., Apr. 19, 1933. 

Fisher, Dwight Wilton. — 6. Mount Vernon, Ohio, 
Sept. 27, 1883 ; attended business high sch. ; Colum- 
bian Coll. (now George Washington Univ.) ; elk. to 
high sch. principal and bd. of education two yrs. ; 
elk.. Post Office Dept., 1905-9, Dept. of State. 1909- 
18 ; with mfg. company 1918-22 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Cou.sulate at Antwerp Oct. 31, 1922 ; v. c. at Antwerp 
May 5, 1924 ; married. 

ttFisher, Fred Douglas. — 6. Albany, Oreg., Mar. 13, 
1874 ; attended business sch. ; Albany Coll. three yrs. ; 
elk. 1896-98; 2d Oreg. Vol. Infantry 1898-99, Phil- 
ippine service ; app. v. c. and interpreter at Na- 
gasaki Aug. 22, 1901 ; cons, at Tansui Feb. 23. 1904 ; 
at Harbin June 22, 1906 ; at Newchwang Jan. 21, 
1909 ; cons. gen. at Mukden Aug. 27, 1909 ; at Tientsin 
July 28, 1914 ; cons. gen. of class four by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915; cons, of class three Apr. 8. 1918; as- 
signed to Johannesburg Apr. 9, 1918 ; to Nantes Dec. 
27, 1921 ; For. Ser. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Santos June 24. 1926 ; to Nassau Jan. 29, 

1930 ; retired June 30, 1932, under the provisions of 
the act of Feb. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Fisher, Frederic Alec. — 6. Boston, Mass., Mar. 17, 
1903 ; Dartmouth, A. B. 1923 ; Harvard, LL. B. 1926 ; 
mom. of bar of Mass. ; law elk. 1926-28 ; app. asst. 
to the solicitor at $3,200 in the Dept. of State Nov. 
12, 1928 ; asst. counsel, Harrah Arbitration, Habana, 
1929-30 ; at $3,400 July 1, 1930 ; at $3,800 Apr. 1, 
1931; asst. to the legal adviser July 1, 1931; coun- 
sel for U. S., U. S.-Sweden Arbitration, 1932; mar- 
ried. — LE. 

Fisher, Theodore Monroe, — b. Strasburg, Va., Oct. 
18, 1891 ; attended business high sch. ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. one yr. ; asst. in library, Dept. of Agric, 
1913-16 ; app. v. c. at Flalifax Feb. 12, 1917 ; at 
Colon Jan. 26, 1918; at Habana Jan. 27, 1920; at 
Dundee Sept. 6, 1924 ; at Malaga Aug. 3, 1925 ; at 
Dakar, temp.. May 14, 1926 ; at Mdlaga Nov. 3, 1920 ; 
at Dublin Nov. 19, 1926 ; at Cartagena, temp., Oct. 
25, 1927 ; at Puerta Castilla, temp., Nov. 23, 1927 ; 
at Tela Apr. 12, 1928; at Santa Marta Mar. 20, 

1931 ; at Trieste Feb. 15, 1932 ; married. 

Fisk, Hurley Stella. — 6. Keokuk, Iowa ; high sch. 
grad. ; stenog. 1923-26 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Nov. 1, 1928 ; at $1,800 July 1, 1929 ; 
stenog., London Naval Conf., 1930; at $1,920 July 1, 
1930.— CI. 



168 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



FitzGerald, Loretto Elizabeth (Mrs.) — b. Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; attended public sch. and business sch. ; 
elk. 5 yrs. ; in Govt, dopts. 1918-20 ; app. elk. at 
$1,000 in the Dept. of State Apr. 9, 1920; at $l,10j 
Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; at ?1,200 Oct. 

1, 1923; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 
July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Flack, Joseph.— 5. Grenoble, Pa., Dec. 5, 1894; 
Univ. of Pa., B. S. 1916, grad. work 1919-20; social 
service work and admin, position with steamship com- 
pany 1916; app., after exam., cons. asst. Aug. 30, 
1916 ; V. c. at Liverpool May 8, 1917 ; on leave as 
cons. asst. fi>om Sept. 1919 ; app., after exam., sec. of 
emb. or leg. of class four Apr. 7, 1920 ; assigned to 
Paris July 29, 1920 ; to La Paz Aug. 15, 1922 ; class 
three Sept. 22, 1932 ; assigned to Santo Domingo Apr. 

2, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; 
class five Apr. 30, 1925 ; assigned as 2d sec. at Vienna 
June 3, 1925 ; at Santiago, Chile, Apr. 2, 1929 ; class 
four July 24, 1930 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Warsaw 
Jan. 29, 1931 ; at Madrid Aug. 30, 1932 ; at Berlin 
May 11, 1933; married. 

Flack, Thomas Richard. — b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 3, 
1881 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Santo Tomas, 
Manila, P. L, two yrs.; U. S. Army 1898, Cuban 
service ; elk. in Govt, depts. 1902-3 ; in Bu. of Agric, 
Philippine Is., 1903-16; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Moscow Oct. 1917 ; in Am. Emb. in Russia 
Oct. 1918; in Am. Consulate at Tiflis Sept. 1919; at 
Aleppo July 1, 1921 ; v. c. at Aleppo Sept. 24, 1921 ; at 
Vienna Aug. 7, 1924 ; at Bremen, temp.. Mar. 15, 1926 ; 
at Vienna Aug. 13, 1926 ; married. 

Flaherty, Francis Edward. — h. New Britain, Conn., 
Mar. 7, 1906 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; elk. 
1924; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Sept. 
8, 1924; at $1,500 June 1, 1925; at $1,680 Oct. 1, 
1926; at $1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,860 
July 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 Apr. 1, 1929 ; at $2,200 July 
1, 1930 ; elk., 1st stage, Gen. Disarmament Conf., 
Geneva, 1932.— FA. 

Flavin, Arthur Thomas. — 6. South Paris, Me., Oct. 
19, 1896 ; attended high sch. ; New England Con- 
servatory of Music and private teachers 1911-14; 
study in France 1919 ; private tutors 1920-22, 1925- 
26 ; music salesman 1914-15 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
overseas service; with Am. Red Cross in Serbia 
1920 ; cml. employment 1921-24 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate General at Tokyo Oct. 27, 1925 ; resigned 
Apr. 30, 1926 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Florence 
Feb. 21, 1927 ; at Palermo Oct. 18, 1927 ; at Leghorn 
Dec. 23, 1929 ; v. c. at Leghorn Feb. 19, 1930 ; at 
Turin July 12, 1930; at Curacao Nov. 14, 1931. 

Fleming, George Lewis. — b. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 
1892 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk. and 
auditor 1900-13 ; cml. employment 1913-18 ; U. S. 
Navy 1918-19 ; with Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, 
Paris, 1918-19 ; app. elk. in Am. Emb. at Paris Dec. 
1919 ; in Am. Consulate at Paris July 7, 1921 ; elk. 
at Basel Sept. 1921 ; v. c. at Basel Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
elk., Lausanne Conf., 1923 ; v. c. at Bradford June 6, 
1923 ; at Stoke-on-Trent, temp., July 22, 1926 ; at 



Bradford Sept. 20, 1926; at Sheffield, temp., Jan. 24, 
1928 ; at Bradford Feb. 29, 1928 ; at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, temp., July 31, 1929 ; at Bradford Oct. 7, 
1929 ; at Bristol, temp., Oct. 14, 1929 ; at Bradford 
Jan. 16, 1930. 

Fleming, Thomas Joseph. — b. VN'ashington, D. C, 
Nov. 28, 1906 ; high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of 
For. Ser. 1929-30; elk.. Govt. Printing Office, 1924- 
27 ; in newspaper office 1927-28 ; app. messenger at 
$1,200 in the Dept. of State July 2, 1928 ; elk. at 
$1,440 June 10, 1929; at $1,560 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Fletcher, Cassius Paul. — b. Ridgefarm, 111., Apr. 1, 
1890; U. S. M. A. 1911-12; Univ. of 111., B. S. 1914; 
engineer, Interstate Com. Commn., 1914-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917—19, capt., overseas service ; engineer on 
highway construction 1919-20 ; asst. mgr. of planta- 
tion 1920-23 ; app., after exam., v. e. of career of 
class three June 13, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Toronto July 11, 1924 ; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Toronto May 23, 
1929 ; class seven Feb. 4, 1931 ; to the Dept. June 
27, 1933 ; married.— VD. 

Fletcher, Robert Howe, Jr, (Maj.) — 6. San Diego, 
Calif., Aug. 17, 1884 ; Univ. of Calif. 1903-4 ; U. S. 
M. A., grad. 1908 ; assigned as mil. att. at Madrid and 
Lisbon Oct. 24, 1929; married. 

Fletcher, Samuel Johnson. — b. Portsmouth, N. H., 
Sept. 17, 1891 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; 
Columbia Univ. 1916-17 ; elk. in railroad office and 
navy yard 1910-17; app. v. c. at Barranquilla Oct 
8. 1917 ; at Cartagena Nov. 20, 1917 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three May 25, 1921 ; 
assigned to Cartagena June 11, 1921 ; to La Guaira 
Sept. 6, 1921 ; to Havre July 13, 1923 ; class two 
Nov. 23, 1923 ; class one May 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight and cons. 
Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Blueflelds Nov. 7, 1927 ; 
class seven May 17, 1928; class six Dec. 19, 1929; 
assigned to Montreal Nov. 15, 1930 ; married. 

Flexer, Fayette James. — b. Reddick, 111., Sept. 13, 
1892; Univ. of 111. 1910-12; engineering in U. S., 
Hawaii, Australia, Union of So. Africa, and Mozam- 
bique 1912-16 ; app. v. c. at Port Elizabeth Jan. 18, 
1916 ; assigned to Am. Consulate General at Cape 
Town for special duty Sept. 1916 ; v. c. at Cairo Feb. 
12, 1917 ; resigned Sept. 20, 1918 ; U. S. Army 1918- 
21, overseas service; chief elk. in office of mil. att. at 
Berlin 1921-22 ; engineering 1923 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate General at Mexico City Aug. 31, 1923; 
v. c. at Mexico City May 29, 1925 ; at Prontera 
Feb. 16, 1927 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Apr. 27, 1927 ; assigned 
to Frontera (Alvaro Obregon) May 9, 1927 ; reapp. 
V. c. at Alvaro Obregon Oct. 3, 1928 ; at Torreon 
Feb. 7, 1929; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 9, 1930; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Habaua Jan. 15, 1930 ; class 
eight and cons. Feb. 4, 1931. 

Flood, Douglas.— &. Macon, Mo., Feb. 11, 1902; 
Univ. of Mich., A. B. 1924 ; Northwestern Univ. Law 
Sch., J. D. 1927; mem. of bar of 111.; law elk. 1927; 
law practice 1928-31 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
olHcei undass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 






BIOGRAPHIES 



169 



Ser. Dec. 17, 1931; assigned as v. c. at Ottawa Jan. 
II.', 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 22, 1933.— FSS. 

Flood, Peter Henry Allen. — b. Nasliua, N. H., Juue 
15, 1S85 ; Phillips ExctiT ; Yale 1910-12 ; instructor 
in prep. sch. and tutor 1913-17; U. S. Army 1917-20, 
capt. ; app. v. c. at Southampton July 26, 1920 ; app., 
after exnm., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 7, 
1920, and assigned to Southampton ; to Quconstown 
Dec. 24. 1920 ; to Bizerta Nov. 5, 1921 ; class two 
May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Singapore June 7, 1922 ; 
to Tampico Apr. IS, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; class eight June 30, 1927 ; cons, and 
assigned to Tampico July 16, 1927 ; to the Dept. Jan. 
11, 1929 ; class seven Oct. 16, 1929 ; class six July 1, 
lOol ; assigned as For. Ser. officer to the Am. Emb. 
at Mexico City Jan. 12, 1933 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
and assigned as 2d sec. at Mexico City Apr. 5, 1933. 

Flournoy, Richard W., Jr. — 6. Hampden-Sidney, Va., 
May 20, 1878 ; Washington and Lee Univ. three yrs. ; 
George Washington, LL. B. 1904, LL. M. 1905 ; mem. 
of bar of D. C. ; bank elk. 1896-98 ; teacher, Lewis- 
burg Acad, and Emerson Inst., 1899-1903 ; prof, of 
int. law, National Univ. Law Sch., since 1923 ; re- 
porter on nationality. Research in Int. Law, Harvard 
Univ., since 1928 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of 
State July 1, 1903 ; at $1,000 May 24, 1905, effective 
July 1 ; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1906 ; at $1,400 July 8, 
1907; at $1,600 July 1, 1908; chief, Bu. of Citizen- 
ship, Nov. 27, 1908, effective Jan. 1, 1909 ; detailed 
to assist embassies and legations in Europe regarding 
citizenship matters Sept. 17, 1915 ; app. an asst. 
solicitor at $2,500 Aug. 1, 1916 ; on detail as act. 
chief, Bu. of Citizenship ; drafting officer at $3,000 
Nov. 12, 1917 ; asst. to the solicitor at $3,500 Mar. 
13. 1920; drafting officer July 1, 1920; at $4,000 
July 1, 1922 ; at $4,400 Aug. 1, 1924 ; at $5,200 May 
1, 1925 ; at $5,600 Feb. 1, 1926 ; legal adviser to Am. 
del.. Plebiscitary Commn., Tacna-Arica Arbitration, 
192G ; chm., committee to study nationality laws of 
U. S. with a view to having them amended, 
1928 ; at $7,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; del., Conf. 
for the Codification of Int. Law, The Hague, 1930; 
U. S. counsel, Shufeldt Arbitration, 1930 ; asst. to the 
legal adviser July 1, 1931.— LE. 

Fburnoy, William Edward, Jr. — h. Norfolk, Va., 
June 17, 1906; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Va. 1923- 
25 ; elk. 1925-26 ; cost accountant 1926-28 ; office 
mgr. 1928-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
June 4, 1930 ; assigned as v. c at Tampico June 21, 
1930; to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 11, 1031; to 
Guatemala June 20, 1931 ; married. 

Foley, Edward A. — b. San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 4, 
1881 ; St. Ignatius Coll., M. A. 1902 ; Univ. of Calif., 
LL. B. 1905 ; mem. of bar of Calif. ; law practice 
1905-17; solicitor, U. S. Food Admin., 1917-19; app. 
in charge of Loudon office of Dept. of Agric. Apr. 
1919; del.. Int. Inst, of Agric, 1922, 1924, 1926; 
app. agric. att. at London Doc. 16, 1930 ; del.. Sixth 
Cong, of the Int. Assn. of Agric. of Tropical Countries, 
I'aris, 1931 ; del.. Int. Cong, for the Protection of 
Nature, Paris, 1931. 



Follmer, Cyrus Brown. — &. Milton, Pa.. May 17, 
1894 ; Bucknell Univ., B. S. 1916 ; U. S. Army 
1917-19, ambulance service ; elk., Dept. of State, 
1920 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Lyon Oct. 26, 
1920 ; V. c. at Lyon June 7, 1922 ; at Calais Apr. 

19, 1924; at Lyon Sept. 8, 1924; at Tallinn Jan. 
12, 1926 ; at Berlin Apr. 7, 1928 ; married. 

Foote, Walter Ambrose. — 6. Greenville, Tex., June 
25, 1887; East Tex. Univ.. A. B. 1906; American 
Univ., A. M. 1933; teacher 1906-7; U. S. Navy 
1907-15, 1917-20, It. ; supt. and arms expert, 
arms company, 1915-17 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Sept. 8, 1920 ; assigned 
to Port Said Oct. 18, 1920; cons, of class se\en 
June 20, 1921 ; assigned to Port Said June 23, 1921 ; 
detailed to Prague Apr. 3, 1922 ; to Hamburg Mar. 
11, 1924; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 
1924 ; class seven Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to Medan 
May 13, 1927 ; detailed to the Dept. Dec. 2G, 1929- 
Apr. 28, 1930 ; returned to Medan ; class six May 9, 
1930 ; assigned to the Dept. Jan. 8, 1931 ; asst. 
chief. Division of Current Information, Mar. 19, 
1931 ; representative of the Dept. of State, Sixth Gen. 
Cong, of the Int. Chamber of Com., Washington, 
1931 ; married. — CI. 

Forbes, James David. — 6. Asheville, N. C, Apr. 6, 
1910; high sch. grad.; attended business sch.; George- 
town Sch. of For. Ser. 1927-28 ; George Washington 
Univ. 1929-30 ; Southeastern Univ., LL. B. 1933 ; mes- 
senger and elk.. Gen. Accounting Office, 1928-29, in 
Navy Dept. 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. 
of State Aug. 26, 1930 ; at $1,620 Feb. 20, 1931.— 
DCR. 

tfForbes, William Cameron. — &. Milton, Mass., May 
21, 1870 ; Milton Acad. ; Hopkinson's Sch. ; Harvard, 
A. B. 1892 ; elk. in banking and brokerage firm 
1894-95 ; treas., pres., and dir. of electric company ; 
chief, financial dept. of engineering firm, 1897-1902 ; 
partner in mercantile firm since 1899 ; mem. of Philip- 
pine Commn., and sec. of commerce and police iu govt, 
of Philippine Is. 1904-8 ; v. gov. of Philippine Is. 
1908-9 ; gov. gen. 1909-13 ; del.. Red Cross Conf., 
Washington, 1912 ; receiver for railway company in 
Brazil 1914-19 ; mem., Wood-Forbes Mission to Philip 
pine Is., 1921 ; app. A. E. and P. to Japan June 
17, 1930; resigned Mar. 22, 1932. 

Ford, Richard. — &. Lin wood, Tex., June 20, 1S98 ; 
Univ. of Mo. 1917-18 ; naval aviation ground-school, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. 1918 ; U. S. Marine Corps 1918- 

20, 2d It. ; with state fair commn. 1915-16, and 
logging company 1920-22 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to 
Colombo Apr. 27, 1923 ; to Penang July 24, 1923 ; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; detailed to the 
Dept. July 27, 1926 ; class eight and cons. Oct. 20, 
1926 ; assigned to Tegucigalpa, temp., Feb. 10, 1927 ; 
to Seville Mar. 10, 1927 ; class seven May 23, 1929 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Apr. 2, 1930 ; class six July 1, 
1931 ; to Seville July 31, 1931 ; married. 

Ford, Samuel Shivell. — b. Louisville, Ky., Mar. 13, 
1893 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; studied 



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accountancy ; messenger and elk., Govt, depts., 1910- 
20 ; app. cJk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Dec. 31. 
1920, effective Jan. 1, 1921 ; at $1,100 Dec. 30, 1922, 
effective Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,200 Oct. 1, 1923; at 
$1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,5G0 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,620 Jan. 1. 1028; at $1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1928; at $1,920 July 1, 1930; 
at .'fl'.OOO Aug. 14, 1931 ; married.— DCU. 

Femes, Frederic Charles, Jr h. Buffalo, N. Y., 

Aug. 22, 1905 ; Canisius Coll., A. B. 1927 ; mech. dept. 
of bd. of education of Bufifalo 1927-28; instructor. 
Cauisius Coll., 1928-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; 
assigned to Toronto, temp., Nov. 27, 1929 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. July 16, 1930; to Sao Paulo Nov. 8, 
1930. 

Forsyth, Thomas Muldrup. — 6. Buckingham County, 
Va., Oct. 30, 1909 ; Va. Episcopal Sch. grad. ; Univ. 
of Va., B. A. 1930 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Quebec Jan. 
12, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 29, 1932 ; to 
Callao-Lima Mar. 31, 1933. 

Foster, Carol Howe. — h. Sedgewick, Kans., May 29, 
1884; Univ. of Idaho, A. B. 1905; Rhodes scholar, 
Oxford, B. A. 1908, M. A. 1916 ; sr. fellov? in English, 
Univ. of Chicago, 1908-9 ; instructor and assoc. prof., 
U. S. N. A., 1909-19 ; building and contracting 1911- 
13 ; author of articles in magazines and reviews 1916- 
19 ; insp. in munitions plant 1918 ; app., after exam., 
cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to Vienna 
Oct. 29, 1919 ; class six Nov. 23, 1921 ; class five Mar. 
1, 1923 ; assigned to Vienna Dec. 15, 1923 ; class four 
June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 
1924 ; detailed to the Dept. Aug. 23, 1924 ; asst. chief, 
Visa Office, Dec. 1, 1924-July 1, 1926; in charge of 
political section, Cml. Office, Dec. 1, 1926; asst. liaison 
officer with Dept. of Com. Apr. 1, 1927 ; assigned to 
Johannesburg June 9, 1928 (canceled) ; to Rotterdam 
Sept. 10, 1928 ; class four May 23, 1929 ; representa- 
tive. Fifth Cong, of Int. Chamber of Com., Amsterdam, 
1929 ; married. 

ttFoster, Paul Hadley. — b. Galveston, Tex., Apr. 23, 
1868 ; prep. sch. of Univ. of La. ; Agric. and Mech. 
Coll. of Tex. 1884-85 ; Tex. Vol. Guard 1886-87 ; elk. 
1885-89; traveling salesman 1889-1913; app., after 
exam., cons, at Jerez de la Frontera Nov. 24, 1913 ; 
cons, of class eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
assigned to Bilbao July 8, 1916 ; class seven Apr. 24, 
1917 ; assigned to Vera Cruz Feb. 28, 1919 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to Monterrey July 18, 1922 ; 
assigned to Monterrey Oct. 2, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Salina Cruz 
July 9, 1925 ; to Piedras Negras Sept. 7. 1928 ; class 
seven May 9, 1930 ; retired Apr. 30, 1933, under the 
provisions of the act of Fob. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Fox, Bernardine B. — 6. Lexington, Va. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; sec. and stenog. 1928-30 ; 
stenog., Veterans' Bu., 1930-31 ; app. elk. at $1,440 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 6, 1931 ; at $1,620 Sept. 3, 
1931.— SS. 



Fox, Hugh Corby.— 6. New York City May 1, 1907 ; 
Phillips Exeter grad.; Harvard, S. B. 1928; Harvard 
Grad. Sch. 1928 ; L'ficole Libre des Sciences Politiques 
1928-29 ; 2d It. O. R. C. ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Apr. 24. 1930; as v. c. at Buenos Aires July 22, 1930; 
at Berlin Dec. 7, 1932 ; married. 

Fox, Ray. — b. Trenton, Mo., Oct. 13, 1890 ; at- 
tended business sch.; Univ. of Calif., A. B. 1920; 
rancher 1911-12; French Army 1917; U. S. Army 
1918-19, 2d It. ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of 
class three Sept. 7, 1920 ; assigned to Melbourne Oct. 
18, 1920 ; class two May 26, 1922 ; class one Feb. 26, 
1923 ; cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; detailed 
to Calcutta June 5, 1924 ; assigned to Calcutta June 
14, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Puerto Cortes May 28, 1925 ; to Winnipeg 
Aug. 29, 1928; class seven Dec. 19, 1929; to Sura- 
baya Sept. 1, 1931 ; to Aden Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Frampton, Henry A. — 6. in England 1S64 ; app. 
cons. agt. at Roseau Nov. 24, 1896 ; married. 

Frank, Edna Mae. — b. Lawrence, Mass. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; elk. and stenog., summers 
1925-28; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Sept. 1, 1928; at $1,620 May 1, 1930; at $1,740 July 

1, 1930 ; stenog., Conf. on the Limitation of the 
Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs, Geneva, 1931. — FB. 

Frank, Laurence Champlin. — 6. Newport, R. I., July 

2, 1904 ; Emerson Inst. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ber., B. F. S. 1928 ; Georgetown, LL.B. 1932 ; mem. of 
bar of D. C. ; app. elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of State 
July 23, 1923 ; at $1,100 Mar. 1, 1924 ; at $1,200 May 
31, 1924, effective June 1 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at 
$1,680 Sept. 15, 1924; at $1,860 Mar. 1, 1927; at 
$2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 
1928 ; at $2,300 July 1, 1930 ; admin, asst. at $3,500 
Jan. 12, 1931 ; married.- FA. 

ttFranklin, Harry Lee. — &. Lexington, Ky., July 25, 
1895 ; Univ. of Bonn, Germany, 1923 ; Univ. of 
Heidelberg 1923-24; Univ. of Paris 1924; Univ. of 
Berlin and Inst, for Politics, Berlin, 1926-29 ; mom. of 
bar of Ky. ; elk. 1913-17; read law 1914-17; U. S. 
Army 1917-22, capt. ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. Sept. 11, 1925 ; v c. of career May 20, 
1926 ; assigned to Berlin May 25, 1926 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Berlin Dec. 19, 1929 ; to Warsaw 
Apr. 5, 1930 ; to Leipzig Apr. 30, 1931 ; class seven 
July 1, 1931 ; retired May 13, l!t32. 

Franklin, Lynn Winterdale. — 6. Ocean Grove, N. J., 
June 11, 1888; attended high sch. and business sch.; 
private tutors ; read law ; secretarial and cml. work 
1906-11 ; app. elk. in Am. Leg. at Tegucigalpa Jan. 
9, 1912 ; V. and dcp. cons, at Tegucigalpa Feb. 12, 
1914 ; elk. in Am. Leg. and v. c. at San Salvador Feb. 
25, 1915; app., after exam., cons. asst. Aug. 5, 1916: 
V. c. at Callao-Lima Aug. 25, 1916 ; at Guayaquil 
July 1, 1918 ; detailed to the Dept. Jan. 12, 1919 ; 
del.. Pan American Cml. Conf., Washington, 1919; 
V. c. attached to the leg. at San Salvador, July 2, 



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1919 ; V. c. of career of class tbree Sept. 27, 1919 ; 
assigned to San Salvador Oct. 1, 1919 ; class two May 
24, 1920 ; class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; cons, of class seven 
June 22, 1922; assigned to San Salvador Aug. 15, 
1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1024 ; 
assigned to Iloug Kong July 12, 1924 ; to Hankow 
Aug. 4, 1925 ; to Hong Kong Sept. 8, 1925 ; to Saltillo 
Feb. 27, 1928 ; class seven May 17, 1928 ; class six 
July 24, 1930; assigned to Chefoo Sept. 27, 1930; 
to Amoy Aug. 8, 1931 ; married. 

Frazer, Robert. — h. Philadelpliia, Pa., Dec. 8, 1878 ; 
studied in U. S. and Germany ; Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
1895-99 ; bank teller in Torto Rico 1899-1901 ; sugar- 
cane planter in Porto Rico 1901-8; app., after exam., 
cons, at Vali'ncia July 16, 1909 ; at Mfilaga Aug. 22, 
1912 ; at Bahia Apr. 24, 1914 ; cons, of class five by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class three July 12, 1916, 
and assigned to Kobe ; cons. gen. at large Sept. 5, 
1919 ; For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Ziirich Oct. 23, 1924 ; class two Feb. 24, 
1925 ; For. Ser. insp. Aug. 18, 1925 ; assigned to the 
Dept. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Calcutta Oct. 24, 1927 ; class 
one May 23, 1929 ; assigned to Mexico City May 27, 
1930 ; to London Oct. 8, 1932 ; married. 

Fredrickson, Oscar Walford. — h. Tacoma, Wash., 
May 15, 1903 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Wash. 1925- 
28 ; Coll. of Puget Sound 1928-29 ; U. S. Naval Re- 
serve since 1921 ; accountant 1924-26 ; elk. in War 
Dept. 19i.'9, in Dept. of State May-Sept. 1929 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Vancouver Sept. 
1. 1929 ; V. c. at Mexico City for duty in dist. acct. 
and disbursing office Nov. 19, 1932. 

Freeman, Clara J. — 6. Greensboro, N. C. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; North Carolina Coll. 1920- 
21 ; stenog. 1921-29, in Bu. of Internal Revenue. 
Greensboro, N. C, 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,620 in the 
Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1930; elk.. Int. Monetary and 
Economic Conf., London, 1933. — LA. 

Frei, Irene B. — b. Passaic, N. J. ; attended high 
sch. and business sch. ; stenog.. War Dept., 1918-22 ; 
app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State Mar. 16, 
1922; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 
1925; at $1,680 Feb. 16, 1926; printing elk. July 1, 
1026: at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,800 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 1, 1928; app. rep- 
resentative of the Dept. on Permanent Conf. on 
Printing Oct. 5, 1929; at $2,040 July 1, 1930; at 
$2,100 Feb. 1, 1931. — HA. 

Friedrich, Auriel C. — 6. New York City ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; Smith Coll. 1924-26 ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Aug. 13, 1928; 
at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1929 ; at $1,740 July 1, 1930 ; elk.. 
Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 1933. — 
SS. 

Frisby, Florence E. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; George 
Washington Univ., B. S. ; elk., Govt, depts., 1907-14, 
1916-21 ; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State 



Jan. 28, 1921 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,560 
Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,860 Oct. 
1, 1927 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$2,200 July 1, 1930.— BA. 

Frost, Arthur Chester. — 6. Arlington, Mass., Feb. 
4, 1886 ; Harvard, A. B. 1909 ; Harvard Sch. of 
Business Admin. 1908-9 ; George Washington Law 
Sch. 1911-12 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1910-15 ; app., 
after exam., cons, of class eight Mar. 2, 1915 ; de- 
tailed to Genoa Apr. 10, 1915 ; assigned to Algiers 
Mar. 20, 1917 ; class seven Apr. 24, 1917 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; assigned to 
Barranquilla Oct. 20, 1920 ; to Guatemala Feb. 11, 
1921 ; class four Aug. 23, 1922 ; detailed to Habana 
Mar. 30, 1923 ; class three June 3, 1924 ; cons. gen. 
of class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
three July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Tampico Mar. 24, 
1926 ; to Prague Nov. 2. 1927 ; class two July 24, 
1930; observer, 17th plenary assembly of tlie Int. 
Parliamentary Conf. of Commerce, Prague, 1931 ; to 
Calcutta July 31, 1931 ; married. 

Frost, Wesley. — 6. Oberlin, Ohio, June 17, 1884 ; 
attended business sch. ; Oberlin Coll., A. B. 1907 ; 
George Washington, M. A. 1910 ; mem. of bar of Ky. ; 
sec. to mem. of Cong. 1907-8 ; stenog.. Govt, depts., 
1908-9 ; lecturer for Committee on Public Information 
1917 ; lecturer on cons, ser., Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ser., 1919-21 ; app. elk. at $1,600 in the Dept. of 
State Sept. 2, 1909 ; app., after exam., cons, at Char- 
lottetown Apr. 5, 1912; at Cork Apr. 24, 1914; cons, 
of class eight by iict approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class 
seven Mar. 2, 1915 ; class six Apr. 24, 1917 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Aug. 14, 1917 ; class four Sept. 5, 1919 ; 
act. for. trade adviser Mar. 3, 1920 ; class three 
June 4. 1920 ; representative on Nat. Research Coun- 
cil 1920-21 ; assigned to Marseille Feb. 16, 1921 ; 
cons. gen. of class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept., 
temp., July 20, 1928 ; to Montreal Aug. 24, 1928 ; 
class two Oct. 16, 1929 ; class one July 1, 1931 ; 
married. 

Fuerst, Mary A. — b. Burlington, Iowa ; attended 
public sch. ; elk. eight yrs. ; app. elk., temp., at 
$990 in the Dept. of State Mar. 7, 1918; at $1,080 
July 1, 1918; at $1,140 Nov. 1, 1918; at $1,200 Jan. 
1, 1919 ; at $1,020 July 1, 1919 ; at $1,080 Feb. 1, 
1920 ; permanently at $960 Dec. 15, 1920 ; at $1,020 
Aug. 16, 1921 ; at $1,200 Sept. 6, 1922 ; at $1,500 
July 1, 1924 ; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,680 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 1928; at 
$1,800 Oct. 1, 1928 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Fuller, George Gregg. — b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 29, 
1886 ; attended business sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1910 ; 
grad. work, Univ. of Berlin, one yr., and Queens Univ. ; 
executive in various companies 1910-16; U. S. Army 
1916-19, maj., Mexican border service ; foreign sales 
executive, bank representative in Scandinavia, and 
director of company in Norway and Germany 1919- 
20 ; app. V. c. at Christiania Nov. 3, 1920 ; at 
Trondhjem Feb. 25, 1921; at MalmO July 20, 1921; 



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at Rival Aug. 27, 1921 ; app. drafting officer at 
?2.500 in tbe Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1022 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 30, 1922 ; 
assigned to Jerusalem Apr. 27, 1923 ; to Bushire 
Nov. 22, 1923 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Teheran Sept. 
2, 1924; to Berlin Feb. 27, 1926; detailed to the Dept. 
June 21, 1927 ; class eight and cons. Sept. 24, 1927 ; 
assigned to Niagara Falls, temp., Nov. 10, 1927 ; to 
Kingston, Ont., Mar. 7, 1928 ; class seven July 24, 
1930 ; married. 

Fuller, Stuart Jamieson. — b. Keokuk, Iowa, May 
4, 1S80 ; Univ. of Minn. 1896-98 ; Univ. of Wis., B. L. 
1903 ; in railway and export business for several yrs. ; 
app. v. and dep. cons. gen. (and elk.) at Hongkong 
Apr. 20, 1906; app., after exam., cons, at GOteborg 
July 29, 1909 ; detailed as v. c. in charge of the 
consulate at Naples Oct. 12, 1910 ; assigned as cons, 
at Iquitos Apr. 11, 1912; at Durban Sept. 18, 1913; 
cons. gen. at large Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons. gen. of class 
three Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Tientsin Sept. 6, 
1919 ; representative on Haiho Conservancy Commn., 
1922-23 ; resigned Nov. 20, 1923 ; Calcutta mgr. for 
company 1923-26 ; representative in Far East for firm 
1927-.30 ; app. divisional asst. at $5,600 in the Dept. 
of State July 12, 1930 ; asst. chief, Division of Far 
Eastern Affairs, at $6,500 Apr. 1, 1931 ; representa- 
tive in expert and advisory capacity, 15th sess., 
League of Nations Advisory Committee on Traffic in 
Opium and Other Dangerous Drugs, Geneva, 1932, 
and 16th sess., 1933; married.— FE. 

Fullerton, Hugh Stuart.— /j. Chicago, 111., Apr. 27, 
1892 ; private sch. and tutors ; Wittenberg Coll., A. B. 
1914 ; Oxford 1915 ; Columbia 1915-16 ; Princeton, 
A. M. 1917; instructor, Wittenberg Coll., 1914-15, 
Urbana Univ. 1917 ; Y. M. C. A. sec. in France 1917- 
19 ; app. v. c. and elk. at Geneva Feb. 25, 1920 ; 
app., after exam., v. o. of career of class three May 
24, 1920, and assigned to Geneva ; to Huelva Aug. 1.', 
1920 ; to Lyon Mar. 18, 1921 ; cla-ss two Nov. 17, 
1921 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; cons, of class seven 
Mar. 1, 1923; detailed to Havre Apr. 19, 1923; to 
Calais July 20, 1923 ; to Antwerp Oct. 23, 1923 ; class 
six June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 
1, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. May 5, 1925 ; assigned 
to Cologne Sept. 4, 1926 ; class six June 30, 1927 ; 
assigned to Kovno June 1, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned also as 2d sec. at Kovno 
Nov. 19, 1929 ; class five Dec. 19, 1929 ; 1st sec. Aug. 
22, 1930 ; assigned as cons, at Lyon Jan. 5, 1932 ; as 
cons, and 2d sec. at Helsingfors June 21, 1933. 

Fullinwider, Kanson (Lt., jg.) — 6. Washington, D. C, 
Oct. 23, 1905 ; Swavely Sch. grad. ; U.S.N.A., grad. 
1926 ; assigned as language officer at Tokyo June 15, 
1932. 

Funk, Ilo Clare. — 6. Trinidad, Colo., Oct. 30, 1889 ; 
Univ. of Colo., B. A. 1912 ; with mining companies in 
U. S. and Mexico ; app., after exam., cons. asst. Sept. 
3. 1912; assigned to the Dept. Sept. 27, 1912; app. 
V. and dep. cons, at Milan Aug. 29, 1913 ; v. c. at 
Milan by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; v. c. of career 



of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to Lucerne 
Oct. 20, 1919 ; class two May 24, 1920 ; assigned to 
Genoa Sept. 15, 1921 ; class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; cons, 
of class seven June 22, 1922 ; class six June 3, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Catania Apr. 10, 1925 ; to Florence Feb. 18, 1928 ; 
class six Dec. 19, 1929 ; married. 

Funkhouser, Charles Franklin. — b. Mount Jackson, 
Va., Sept. 11, 1877 ; attended public sch. and normal 
sch. ; teacher in public sell, eighteen yrs. ; mail 
weigher three and one half mouths ; app. dk., 
temp., at $990 in the Dept. of State Feb. 11, 1918; 
at $1,080 July 1, 1918 ; at $1,140 Feb. 1, 1919 ; perma- 
nently at $1,100 Oct. 16, 1919: at $1,200 Oct. 1, 
1920 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 Sept. 1, 1924; 
at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,680 June 1. 1927; at 
$1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,920 July 1, 
1930; married. — CC. 

Fuqua, John Howe. — b. Marinette, Wis., Mar. 23, 
1905 ; high sch. grad. ; Dartmouth 1923-26 ; London 
Sch. of Economics 1928 ; Univ. of Montpellier, France, 
1929 ; in export business 1927 ; app. dk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Dundee Feb. 22, 1930 ; v. c. at Dundee May 
21, 1930 ; at London Mar. 5, 1931. 

Furfey, Francis. — 6. Trenton, N. J., Mar. 14, 1909 ; 
attended high sch. ; elk. 1925-28, 1929-30 ; clk.-tj'pist 
1929; machine operator 1930; app. elk. at $1,440 in 
the Dept. of State Aug. 17, 1931 ; at $1,620 Feb. 17. 
1932.— BA. 

Fyfe, Howard. — b. Mar. 22, 1896; attended high 
sch. and business sch. ; in freight forwarding busi- 
ness ; elk., U. S. Despatch Agency, N. Y., Feb. 11, 
1911 ; U. S. Army 1917-18 ; asst. to U. S. despatch 
agt., N. Y., Oct. 1, 1927 ; deputy despatch agt. Mar. 
23, 1928, effective Apr. 1 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; asst. despatch agt. at $3,000 Aug. 1, 
1929; despatch agt. at $4,500 Jan. 28, 1930. 

Gade, Gerhard. — b. Chicago, 111., Sept. 30, 1898; 
Groton Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1921 ; Harvard Law 
Sch. 1921-22; U. S. Navy 1918-19; It. (jg.), U. S. 
Naval Reserve ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. 
of class four Sept. 22, 1922, and assigned to the 
Dept. ; to Riga Nov. 13, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. July 
17, 1924 ; class seven Nov. 17, 1924 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at Oslo Sept. 18, 1925 ; at Montevideo July 11, 
1927 ; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929 ; class six July 24, 1930 ; 
assigned to Athens June 18, 1931. 

Gaines, Harry B.—b. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 10, 1892 ; 
U. S. Army 1918 ; skilled laborer, messenger, and 
elk. in War Dept. 1919-26; app. laborer in the Dept. 
of State May 19, 1930.— SU. 

Gaines, Owen W. — b. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 7, 1897; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; studied law ; 
Institute Libre de Enseuanza, Madrid, 1928-29 ; U. S. 
.\rmy 1917-19, overseas service; elk. 1919-22; pay- 
master for company in Honduras 1922-24 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Nuevitas July 1924 ; v. c. at 
Nuevitas Mar. 10, 1925 ; at Nassau, temp., Sept. 25, 



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173 



1926; at Coiinto Dec. 11, 1926; at Madrid July 21. 
1928 ; at Oporto, temp., Mar. 29, 1929 ; at Madrid 
Aug. 17. 1929 ; at Bilbao Dec. 28, 1929 ; married. 

Galbraith. "Willard. — 6. Los Angeles, Calif., May 
15, 1906 ; Univ. of Calif., A. B. 1927 ; asst. super- 
visor of attendance in city sch. system 1927-30 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. e. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 19. 1929 ; assigned 
as V. c. at I'anama Feb. 4, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Sept. 27, 1930 ; to Sao Paulo Feb. 24, 1931 ; to 
Santos, temp., Jan. 19, 1932 ; to Sao Paulo Feb. 20, 
1932 ; to Santos, temp., Jan. 25, 1933 ; to Sao Paulo 
Mar. G, 1933; to Victoria, Brazil, temp.. May 11, 
1933. 

Gallant, Alyre Joseph — B. Gardner, Mass., July 17, 
1901 ; attended business sch. ; Georgetown Univ. two 
yrs. ; National Law Sch. two yrs. ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 
Aug. 1, 1927 ; translator. Int. Radiotelegraph Conf., 
Washington. 1927; at $1,620 July 1. 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $1,680 July 1. 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930 ; at $1,800 Sept. 1, 1931 ; stenog., Int. Tech. 
Consulting Committee on Radio Communications, 
Copenhagen, 1931 ; translator. Int. Radio Conf., 
Madrid, 1932 ; married. 

Gallman, Waldemar John. — ft. Wellsville, N. Y., 
Apr. 27, 1899 ; Cornell, A. B. 1921, grad. work 
1921-22 ; Georgetown Law Sch. 1922-23 ; S. A. T. C. 
1918 ; instructor in Eng., Cornell, 1921-22 ; app., 
after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Sept. 
22, 1922, and assigned to the Dept. ; to Habana Nov. 
13, 1922 ; to the Dept. July 24, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at San Jos6, Costa Rica, \\pr. 15, 1925 ; class 
seven Apr. 30, 1925 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Quito 
Oct. 30, 1926; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929; class six July 
24, 1930 ; assigned to Riga Aug. 14, 1930 ; married. 

Gallop, Vera Nierling (Mrs.) — 6. Algona, Iowa ; 
high sch. grad. ; stencg. in law office three yrs. ; app. 
elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State June 1, 1927 ; 
at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1928; at $1,800 Feb. 20, 1930; stenog., 
Commn. for study and review of conditions in Haiti, 
1930; at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— SS. 

Gamon, John Arthur. — ft. Wheaton, 111., Feb. 9, 
1882 ; Univ. of Mich.. A. B. 1905 ; with railroad 1899 ; 
civil engineer in Mexico 1902-3 ; salesman with steel 
company 190.5-14 ; app., after exam., cons, at Puerto 
Cortes Apr. 24, 1914 ; cons, of class eight by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven Sept. 17, 1915, 
and assigned to Corinto ; to Guaymas Mar. 20, 1917 ; 
class six Apr. 16, 1917 ; assigned to Acapulco July 
12, 1917 ; class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; class four June 4, 
1920; assigned to Cobb Dec. 27. 1921; class three 
Mar. 1, 1923 ; cons. gen. of class four June 5, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to London May 21. 1925 ; to Marseille Aug. 24, 1928 ; 
class two July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Gannett, Taylor White. — ft. Omaha, Nebr., July 4, 
1903 ; Cornell, A. B. 1925 ; bank elk. 1925-30 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass.. v. c. of career. 



and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 4, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Habana June 19. 1930 ; at Matanzas, temp., 
Nov. 4, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 11, 1931 ; 
to Guayaquil June 20, 1931 ; as 3d sec. at Quito Aug. 
22, 10:j2 ; as v. c. at Guayaquil Dec. 9, 1932. 

Gantenbein, James Watson. — ft. Portland, Oreg., 
Nov. 9, 1900; Reed Coll., A. B. 1922; Northwestern 
Coll. of Law, LL. B. 1922; Columbia, A. M. 1925, 
Ph. D. 1931 ; studied under tutor in France 1927 ; 
Downing Coll., Univ. of Cambridge, 1927-28 ; mem. 
of bar of Oreg. ; S. A. T. C. 1918 ; dep. county elk. 
1919-20 ; sec. Northwestern Coll. of Law, 1920-24 ; 
teacher in high sch. 1922-24, 1925-27, 1928-29 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Oct. 16, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Oct. 21, 1929 ; to Milan Mar. 26, 1930 ; as For. Ser. 
officer to the leg. at Santo Domingo May 17, 1933 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 17, 1933. 

Gardner, Inez Josephine. — ft. Calumet, Mich. ; Welles- 
ley, A. B. 1904 ; secretarial work for organizations 
studying public questions and editorial work for maga- 
zines and publishing houses 1905-17 ; office mgr. in 
Council of National Defense 1917-19 ; in Bu. of Inter- 
nal Revenue 1919-26 ; app. editorial asst. at $1,800 in 
the Dept. of State Mar. 22, 1926; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 
July 1, 1928 ; at $2,300 Sept. 1, 1929 ; at $2,500 July 
1, 1930.— HA. 

Garland, Myron Sidney. — ft. Kingston, N. H., Sept. 
7, 1904 ; Pinkerton Acad. grad. ; business sch. grad. ; 
elk. 1922-25 ; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Feb. 27, 1925; at $1,500 July 16, 1926; at 
$1,860 Dec. 1, 1927 ; sec, Bd. of Examiners for the 
For. Ser., Jan. 1, 1928 ; at $2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,300 July 1, 1930 : 
married. — FP. 

Garner, James Francis Reed. — ft. Washington, D. C, 
Apr. 29, 1908 ; attended high sch. and Emerson Inst. ; 
elk. 1927-28, in Veterans' Bu. 1928-29 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Oct. 15, 1929; at $1,620 
July 1, 1930; married.— DCR. 

Garner, L. Virginia (Mrs.) — ft. Washington. D. C. ; 
attended business high sch. ; stenog. 1923-27 ; app. 
elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State May 18, 1927 ; 
at $1,500 Apr. 1, 1928 ; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (W^elch 
Act); at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Nov. 17, 
1930; elk., Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., Lon- 
don, 1933.— AP. 

Garrels, Arthur, — ft. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 3, 1873 ; 
Smith Acad. grad. ; with banking and mfg. firms 
1890-98 ; amusement enterprises in U. S. and Far 
East 1898-1904 ; brokerage business 1904-S ; app., 
after exam., cons, at Zanzibar June 22, 1908 ; at 
Catania .Ian. 11, 1910 ; at Alexandria Aug. 22, 1912 ; 
cons, of class six by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class 
four Mar. 2, 1915 ; class three July 6, 1918 ; cons, 
gen. at large Sept. 5, 1919 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
three July 1. 1924 ; assigned to Athens Oct. 23, 1924 ; 
class two Dec. 17, 1925 ; assigned to Melbourne June 
29, 1926 ; to Tokyo Nov. 16, 1929 ; class one July 24. 
1930 ; married. 



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ttGarrett, John Work. — b. Baltimore, Md., May 10, 
1872 ; I'rincetoD, B. S. 1895 ; nicm. of banking firm 
1896-1901 ; app. sec. of leg. at The Hague Apr. 26, 
1901 ; sec. in Amorican-Russian Scaling Arbitration, 
Tho Hague, 1902 ; sec. to Arbitral Tribunal, Venezue- 
lan Preferential Treatment Case, The Hague, 190:?-4; 
sec. of leg. at The Hague and Luxemburg July 8, 
1903 ; del.. Hospital Ship Conf., The Hague, 1904 ; 
2d sec. at Berlin Mar. 25, 1905 ; sec. of emb. at Rome 
Juno 10, 1908 ; E. E. and M. P. to "Venezuela Dec. 15, 
1910; to Argentina Dec. 14, 1911; special agt. to 
assi.^t the Am. Amb. at Paris Aug. 6, 1914 ; E. E. and 
M. P. to the Netherlands and Luxemburg Aug. 3, 

1917 ; chm., special diplo. mission to negotiate treaty 
with Germany concerning prisoners of war, Berne, 

1918 ; resigned as minister Aug. 10, 1919 ; sec. -gen., 
Conf. on Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921— 
22 ; app. A. E. and P. to Italy Sept. 11, 1929 ; resigned 
May 22, 1933 ; married. 

ttG-arrety, William Plymon. — 6. New York City Apr- 
14, 1878 ; Coll. of City of New York, B. S. 1897 ; Coll. 
of Physicians and Surgeons one yr. ; New York Train- 
ing Sch. for Teachers two yrs. ; Teachers' Coll. two 
yrs. ; Columbia, M. A. 1906 ; teacher in public sch. 
1897-1909 ; hotel mgr. 1902-4 ; elk.. Navy Dept., 
1900 ; experimenter for Thomas A. Edison 1909 ; 
scientist, Dept. of Agric, 1909-17 ; U. S. Army 1917- 
19, capt. ; maj., O. R. C. ; app., after exam., cons, of 
class eight July IS, 1919 ; class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; 
assigned to Ceiba Oct. 21, 1919; to Puerto Cabello 
Sept. 16, 1920 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Prescott July 6, 1925 ; to Tahiti 
May 17, 1929 ; retired Dec. 31, 1932, under the 
provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Garvin, John Trumbull. — 6. Valparaiso, Chile, of 
Am. parents, July 29, 1892 ; attended sch. in Chile 
and U. S. ; Wooster Acad. grad. ; Univ. of Wooster 
1910-11 ; with firm of importers and exporters in 
Chile 1911-14 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Val- 
paraiso Oct. 17, 1914 ; in Am. Emb. at Santiago Apr. 
1, 1915 ; in Am. Consulate General at Valparaiso Dec. 
1, 1915 ; V. c. at Valparaiso Feb. 29, 1916 ; resigned 
Oct. 20, 1920 ; reapp. v. c. at Valparaiso Sept. 27, 
1921; at Punta Arenas (Magallanes) Jan. 15, 1927; 
reapp. v. c. at Magallanes Apr. 9, 1928 ; at Val- 
paraiso Sept. 11, 1928; married. 

Gates, Louis Earl. — b. Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 15, 
1885 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; U. S. 
N. A. 1903-5; American Univ. 1928-30; employed in 
private firms 190.^)-13 ; app. elk. at .$900 in the Dept. 
of State Dec. 12, 1913; at $1,000 Sept. 22, 1914; 
at .$1,400 June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,600 
Sept. 3, 1919 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $2,000 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 ; at 
$2,300 July 1, 1930 ; married.— HA. 

Gates, Margaret Isabel. — b. Carson City, Nev. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. and George 
Washington Univ. ; elk.. War Dept, 1918, Treas. Dept. 
1919-23, Dept. of State 1923-24 ; reapp. elk. at $1,320 
in the Dept. of State Feb. 9, 1925 ; at $1,500 May 1, 
1920; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1^680 
July 1, 1928; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 



Gaudin, Daniel, Jr.— b. New York City Oct. 10, 
1900; Univ. of Pa., B. A. 1927, grad. work 1928; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Ottawa, temp., Dec. 29, 1930 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Aug. 8, 1931 ; to Beirut Dec. 10, 1931 ; mar- 
ried. 

Gault, Rose B. (Mrs.) — b. Fort Seybert, W. Va. ; 
attended public sch.; elk., Govt, dopts., 1918-25; 
app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State Aug. 25, 
1925; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,320 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,380 July 1, 1928; at $1,440 
July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Gauss, Clarence Edward. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Jan. 12, 1887; private tutors; business high sch. 
grad. ; elk. in law office 1903-6 ; stenog. to Invalid 
Pensions Committee, House of Representatives, 
1903-5 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Aug. 
2, 1906; at $1,200 Mar. 4, 1907; dep. cons. gen. at 
Shanghai June 7, 1907 ; reapp. elk. at $1,200 in the 
Dept. of State June 30, 1909, effective July 1 ; at 
$1,400 July 1, 1910 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. at Shang- 
hai Dec. 16, 1912; v. c. at Shanghai Feb. 6, 1915; 
app., after exam., cons, of class eight Mar. 2, 1915 ; 
detailed to Shanghai June 9, 1915 ; to Tientsin July 
22, 1916 ; class six July 14, 1916 ; assigned to Amoy 
Sept. 25, 1916 ; class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to 
Tsinan Sept. 8, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; class 
three Nov. 23, 1921 ; cons. gen. of class four Mar. 1, 
1923 ; assigned to Mukden M'ar. 30, 1923 ; to Tientsin 
Mar. 12, 1924 ; class three June 5. 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Shang- 
hai, temp., Aug. 8, 1926; to Tientsin May 4. 1927; 
class one May 23, 1929 ; assigned to the Dept. June 
13, 1931; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 13. 1933; 
assigned as conns, of leg. at Peiping June 20, 1933 ; 
married. 

Geerken, Forrest Kermit. — b. Ida Grove, Iowa, May 
8, 1908 ; Univ. of Minn.. B. A. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Adelaide July 22, 1930 ; v. c. at Adelaide 
Mar. 20, 1931. 

Geist, Raymond Herman. — b. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 
19, 1885 ; Oberlin Coll. 1906-9 ; Western Reserve 
Univ., A. B. 1910 ; Columbia Univ. 1910-11 ; Harvard, 
A. M. 1916. Ph. D. 1918 ; with newspaper 1900-1902 ; 
chemical company 1902-5 ; lecturer on New York 
public lecture courses 1910-12; U. S. Navy 1918; 
with Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19 ; 
food commr. in Austria and adviser to the Austrian 
Govt, in matters of public feeding 1919-20 ; lecturer 
in Eng. at Harvard 1920-21 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Oct. 26, 1921 ; assigned to 
Buenos Aires Dec. 14, 1921 ; to Montevideo Dec. 6, 
1922 ; to Port Said Sept. 6. 1923 ; to Alexandria Nov. 
22, 1923 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; class one May 10. 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class 
nine and cons. Sept. 20, 1924 ; assigned to Alexandria 
Sept. 20, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 24. 1925 ; class seven 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned to Berlin Nov. 19, 1929 ; clas? 
six July 24, 1930. 



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George, "William Crusor. — b. Washington, D. C, Nov. 
22, 1903 ; high sch. grad. ; Howard Univ. 1924-27 ; 
secrctar.v 1924-27 ; app. elk. in Am. Leg. at iMonrovia 
Jan. 21, 1929; v. c. at Monrovia Feb. 16, 1931. 

George, William Perry. — 6. Gadsden, Ala., Nov. 25, 
1895 ; high sch. grad. ; Gadsden Training Sch. three 
yrs. ; U. S. N. A. 1914-16; elk. in U. S. Geological 
Survey ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Grenoble Sept. 
27, 1916 ; V. c. at Grenoble Feb. 10, 1917 ; at Athens 
Mar. 15, 1918; asst. to Am. del.. Interallied Cml. Bu. 
in Athens, 1918 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of 
class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to Athens Dec. 1, 
1919 ; act. cml. adviser to Am. Leg. at Athens Apr. 
11-Aug. 4, 1920 ; class two May 24, 1920 ; class one 
Nov. 17, 1921 ; assigned to Patras Dec. 20. 1921 ; to 
Athens Jan. 12, 1922 ; eons, of class seven June 22. 
1922 ; assigned to Tenerife Nov. 17, 1922 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; class seven Aug. 8, 
1924 ; assigned to Buenos Aires Oct. 22, 1924 ; to 
Riviere du Loup Dec. 30, 1925 ; to Belgrade Dee. 19, 
1928 ; see. in the Diplo. Ser. June 13, 1929 ; assigned 
also as 3d sec. at Belgrade June 19. 1929 ; class six 
Oct. 16, 1929; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929; relieved of 
duties as cons, at Belgrade Aug. 19, 1930 ; assigned 
as eons, at Izmir Oct. 12, 1932 ; married. 

Gerber, ■William.— 6. Philadelphia, Pa., July 12, 
1908 ; Univ. of Pa., B. A. 1929, grad. work 1929-30 ; 
George Washington Univ., M. A. 1932 ; Johns Hop- 
kins, grad. work 1932— ; instructor in Am. hist.. 
Nether Providence Sch., 1929-30 ; app. archive asst. 
at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Oct. 1, 1930 ; edi- 
torial asst. at .'?1,S00 July 28, 1931 ; married.— HA. 

Gericke, Martha L. — 6. Berlin, Germany ; attended 
sch. in Germany and U. S. ; high sch. grad. ; private 
tutors ; Univ. of Nebr. 1903-4 ; library course, Wash- 
ington Public Library, 1905-6 ; teacher in public 
sch. 1904-5 ; library asst. 1906-8 ; in Library of 
Cong. inOS-10; in Dept. of Agric. 1910-19; librarian 
of U. S. States Relations Service 1920-26 ; app. 
librarian at $3,000 in the Dept. of State Jan. 25, 
1926 ; mem. of Tech. Cooperating Committee on Bib- 
liography provided for by Sixth Int. Conf. of Am. 
States, since 1928; at $3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $3,300 July 1, 1928; at $3,800 Oct. 1, 1928; 
at $4,200 July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Gerrity, Charles Matthew. — b. Scranton, Pa., June 

2, 1899 ; tech. high sch. grad. ; elk.. War Dept., 
1917-18 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at 
Copenhagen Aug. 20, 1918 ; v. c. at Prague Sept. 
22. 1920 ; at Bergen Nov. 27, 1923 ; at Kovuo Jan. 

3, 1924 ; at Dresden Dee. 17, 1927 ; at Regina Dee. 
15, 1930. 

ttGest, Sydney Grier. — b. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 
30, 1896 ; Univ. of Pa., B. A. 1921 ; Oxford. B. A. (in 
jurisprudence) 1923 ; mem. of bar of Pa. ; U. S. 
Marine Corps 1917-19, overseas service ; law prac- 
tice 1925-28 ; app., after exam.. For Ser. officer 
unclnss. and v. c. of career Mar. 26, 1929 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. July 1. 1929 ; to Habana Sept 
13, 1929 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 5, 1932 ; 
resigned Apr. 21, 1933 ; married. 



Gibbs. Jeptha Milton. — b. Navasota, Tex., Apr. 20, 
1875 ; attended high sch. ; elk. in railroad oflice 
1897-98 ; 1st Tex. Cavalry 1898 ; with railroad com- 
panies in Mexico and U. S. 1899-1903 ; dir. and mgr. 
of wholesale mercantile business in Cananea. Mexico, 
since 1903 ; app. cons. agt. at Cananea Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
married. 

Gibson, Elizabeth Borland. — b. Newport, R. I. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Oct. 3, 1927 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 July 1, 1928; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Sept. 1. 1931; elk.. 
North American Radio Conf., Mexico City, 1933. — 
A-C/C. 

Gibson, Hugh Simons. — b. Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 
16, 1883 ; private tutors ; Los Angeles Mil. Acad. ; 
L'fieole Libre des Sciences Politiques ; app., after 
exam., sec. of leg. at Tegucigalpa July 31, 1908 ; 2d 
sec. at London Aug. 4, 1909 ; confidential elk. to 
asst. see. of state Feb. 10, 1910 ; elk. at $1,600 in 
the Dept. of State Jan. 13, 1911 ; sec. of leg. at 
Habana July 6, 1911 ; accompanied special repre- 
sentative of tlie Pres. at the inauguration of the I'res. 
of Cuba, 1913 ; detailed to observe the elections for 
the Constituent Assembly of Santo Domingo Dec. 
1913 ; sec. of leg. at Brussels Feb. 11, 1914 ; sec. of 
emb. or leg. of class two by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; assigned to London, temp.. May 16, 1916 ; per- 
manently July 15, 1916 ; to the Dept., temp., Feb. 28, 
1917 ; permanently Apr. 9, 1917 ; attached to the 
person of the British see. of state for for. affairs 
Apr. 18, 1917 ; attached to the Belgian Mission June 
12, 1917 ; class one Aug. 23. 1917 ; assigned to Paris 
Feb. 13, 1918; E. E. and M. P. to Poland Apr. 16, 
1919; to Switzerland Mar. 18, 1924; attended -Temp. 
Mixed Commn., League of Nations, 1924 ; v. chm. 
Am. del., Conf. for Supervision of Int. Trade in Arms 
and Ammunition and Implements of War, 1925 ; head 
of Am. representation. Prep. Commn. for Disarma- 
ment Conf., Geneva, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930; 
A. E. and P. to Belgium and E. E. and M. P. to Lux- 
emburg Feb. 17, 1927 ; chm. of Am. del. and ehm. of 
the conf., Conf. for the Limitation of Naval Arma- 
ments, Geneva, 1927 ; del.. London Naval Conf., 1930 ; 
observer, conf. of experts for moratorium on inter- 
governmental debts, London, 1931 ; del.. Gen. Disarm- 
ament Conf.. Geneva, 1932, 1933 ; A. E. and P. to 
Brazil May 11, 1933 ; married. 

Gibson. Lloyd Leckie. — b. Minersville, Pa., May 31, 
1902 ; attended high sch. ; app., temp., at $480 in 
the Dept. of State Sept. 29, 1917; at $600 Oct. 1, 
1917; at $720 June 1, 1918; app. mimeograph oper- 
ator, permanently, at $720 Jan. 26, 1921 ; at $900 
Oct. 1, 1921 ; elk. at $1,000 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at $1,260 
July 1, 1924; at $1,380 July 1. 1928 (Welch Act); 
at $1,500 July 1, 1930; married.— PD. 

Gibson, Raleigh Augustus. — b. Indianapolis, Ind., 
Oct. 10, 1894 ; Univ. of 111., A. B. 1917 ; U. S. Army 
1917-20, 1st It. ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of 
class three May 24, 1920 ; assigned to Buenos Aires 
Aug. 2, 1920; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; class one May 
26, 1922 ; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; class six 
June 3. 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 



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1924 ; assigned to Tenerife Oct. 22, 1924 ; to Guadala- 
jara Oct. 27, 1928 ; class six May 23, 1929 ; married. 

Gibson, Vassar DuBois. — 6. Princeton, W. Va., Jan. 
27, 1908 ; elevator conductor and messenger, Govt, 
depts., 1930-31 ; app. messenger in the Dept. of State 
July 8, 1931.— HA. 

Gidden, Culver Earl.— ft. Venus, Tex., Sept. 9, 1909 ; 
East Tex. State Teachers Coll. 1926-27 ; Tex. Chris- 
tian Univ., B.B.A. 1930 ; salesman 1930 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Belize June 10, 1931 ; v. c. at Belize 
July 11, 1932. 

Gidney, Charles Chauncey, Jr. — h. Granger, Tex., 
Mar. 23, 1901 ; Univ. of Tex. 1920-22 ; Georgetown 
Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 1924 ; special agt.. Census 
Bu., 1923-24 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at Habana Oct. 1, 1924 ; v. c. at Habana June 10, 
1926 ; resigned Apr. 23, 1927 ; asst. cashier in bank 
1927-30 ; app. v. c. at Guadalajara Dec. 16, 1930. 

Giffen, Morrison Beall. — b. Asyut, Egypt, of Am. 
parents, Dec. 29, 1884 ; George Watson's Sch., Edin- 
burgh ; Tarkio Coll. 1907; Queens Coll., Oxford, B. A. 
1911 ; Univ. of Chicago, Ph. D. 1928 ; teacher of hist., 
Tarkio Coll., 1911-13; farmer 1914-30; U. S. Army 
1918 ; app. research asst. at $4,600 in the Dept. of 
State Apr. 4, 1930 ; chief of research section Nov. 15, 
1932; married.— IIA. 

Gilbert, Frank Hansen.- — h. Evansville, Ind., May 29, 
1SS2; Racine Coll. 1903-7; architectural sch. in Italy 
four yrs. ; mgr. of firm of architects 1908-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, 1st It., overseas service; app. v. c. 
at Genoa Mar. 23, 1920 ; at Patras May 10, 1922 ; at 
Chrlst.iania Feb. 13, 1924 ; at Cobh Aug. 15, 1924 ; at 
Brussels Oct. 13, 1926 ; at Antwerp, temp., Sept. 1, 
1927; at Brussels Jan. 16, 1928. 

Gilbert, Prentiss Bailey. — h. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 
3, 1SS3 ; El Colegio de San Carlos, Cebu, Philippine 
Is. ; Yale, B. A. 1907 ; grad. work, Columbia Univ. ; 
Univ. of Rochester, Ph. B. and M. A. 1916 ; corp. sec. 
and mine supt. 1907-11 ; foreign exploration, study, 
and writing 1911-16 ; dir. of sch. of extension teach- 
ing and instructor in Eng., Univ. of Rochester, 1916- 
17 ; U. S. Army, Philippine Insurrection and 1917-19, 
capt. ; It. col., O. R. C. ; app. special asst. at $3,000 in 
the Dept. of State Mar. 11, 1919; at $2,500 July 1 
1919 ; at $4,000 Jan. 1, 1920 ; chief. Division of 
Political and Economic Information, May 24, 1921 ; 
at $4,400 Aug. 1, 1924 ; at $5,200 Apr. 1, 1927 ; asst 
chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Apr. 9, 
1027 : representative. Int. Chamber of Com. Cong., 
Stockholm 1927, Amsterdam 1929 ; at $6,500 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; resigned July 20, 1930 ; app. For. 
Ser. ofQcer of class three, sec. in the Diplo. Ser., and 
cons. June 12, 1930; assigned as 1st sec. at Paris 
July 26, 1930 ; as cons, at Geneva Aug. 16, 1930 ; 
representative in capacity of expert. Fourth Gen. Conf. 
on Communications and Transit, Geneva, 1931 ; rep- 
resentative in consultative capacity, discussions on 
application of Pact of Paris to Sino-Japanese con- 
troversy. Council of the League of Nations, Geneva, 
1931 ; married. 



Gilchrist, Andrew. — b. New York CSty Aug. 26, 
1897 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; Pratt's 
Inst. 1915-18 ; Sorbonne 1919-20 ; stenog. and sec. 
1915-18; U. S. Army 1918-21, overseas service; with 
Am. Commn. in Germany Sept.-Oct. 1921 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate General at Munich Oct. 28, 1921 ; at 
Leipzig Sept. 1, 1925 ; v. c. at Leipzig May 6, 1926; at 
Prague Sept. 18. 1929 ; married. 

Gillespie, Julian E.. — 6. Brownwood, Tex., June 20, 
1893 ; Univ. of Tex., grad. 1914 ; Univ. of Chicago 
1914 ; Georgetown, LL. B. 1915 ; U. S. Army 1917- 
19, overseas service ; app. asst. trade commr. and 
assigned to Am. High Commn. at Constantinople June 
7, 1920 ; trade commr. at Constantinople July 1, 1922 ; 
cml. att. at Constantinople (Istanbul) Dec. 1, 1926; 
also cml. att. at Sofia Apr. 24, 1928 ; relieved Sept. 
15, 1931 ; app. cml. att. at Istanbul and Sofia Feb. 
13, 1932 ; married. 

Gillette, Glenn McKinley.— b. Naples, N. Y., Feb. 
19, 1897 ; attended high sch. ; teacher in public sch. 
1915-16 ; surveying 1916-17 ; elk. in Bu. of War Risk 
Insur. 1918-20; app. elk. at $1,000 in the Dept. of 
State Aug. 6, 1920; at $1,100 Apr. 1, 1024; at $1,380 
July 1, 1924; at $1,500 Aug. 16, 1926; at $1,620 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 19.30; mar- 
ried.— DCR. 

tfGilman, Joseph Thayer. — ft. New York City Mar. 
19, 1898 : Cornell, M. E. 1918 ; U. S. Naval Reserve 
Force, 1918-19; cml. photography 1919-20, 1921-22; 
with bonding company 1922-23 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. ofiicer uiiclass. and v. c. of career Oct. 16, 
1924 ; assigned to Athens Nov. 8, 1924 ; to Jerusalem 
June 24, 1927 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to 
Jerusalem May 23. 1929 ; to Beirut Jan. 9. 1931 ; 
resigned June 21, 1932 ; married. 

Gilmor, Albert (Lt. Col.) — h. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 

15, 1880; U.S.M.A., grad. 1903; assigned as mil. att. 
at Warsaw and Prague Oct. 18, 1932. 

Gimperling, Thomas Norton (Lt. Col.) — b. Dayton, 
Ohio, June 5, 1880; U.S.M.A., grad. 1904; Williams 
Coll., A. M. 1917 ; assigned as mil. att. at Habana 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; married. 

tfGittings, John Sterett. — 6. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 

16, 18S8 ; attended sch. in U. S. and Switzerland ; Univ. 
of Lausanne 1908; Harvard, A. B. 1910; Columbia 
Univ. 1911-12; Univ. of Md. 1912-13; mem. of bar 
of Md. ; private sec. to Am. Ministers to Uruguay, 
Paraguay, and Portugal 1910-12 ; sec. to Am. Arbi- 
trator in Ecuador 1913-14 ; asst. sec. gen., Pan Ameri- 
can Financial Conf., Washington, 1915 ; foreign bank- 
ing and insur. 1914-16; U. S. Navy 1917-19; It. 
comdr.. Volunteer Naval Reserve ; drafting officer, 
Dept. (if State, 1919-21 ; app., after exam., sec. of 
emb. or leg. of class four Aug. 24, 1921. and assigned 
to the Dept. ; to Helsingfors Oct. 22, 1921 ; resigned 
Nov. 1, 1921; with a casualty company 1921-22; 
app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four 
Sept. 22, 1922; assigned to Santiago Nov. 13, 1922; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
as 3d sec. at Riga, Kovno, and Tallinn July 17, 



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1924 ; detailed to Stockholm Sept. 15, 1924 ; class 
seven Sept. 20, 1924 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Prague 
Mar. 15, 1926 ; at Helsingfors June 27, 1929 ; 2d sec. 
Oct. 19, 1929 ; class six Dec. 19, 1929 ; a.ssigned to 
Vienna Aug. 14, 1930 ; to Berlin July 30, 1932 ; 
ref^igned June 30, 1933 ; married. 

Gjessing, Erland. — b. Slesvig, Germany, Mar. 16, 
1870 ; naturalized 1897 ; attended gymnasium and 
business sch. in Denmark ; New York Univ. 1913-17 ; 
bookkeeper and stenog. 1891-1904 ; Insp. of immigra- 
tion 1904-15 ; elk. and translator in banking com- 
pany 1915-18 ; app. v. c. at Copenhagen May 27, 
1918 ; married. 

Glennan, Marjorie Denver. — &. Washington, D. C. ; 
high sch. grad. ; attended French sch. 1923-24 ; typlst- 
clk., U. S. Food Admin., 1918 ; app. elk., temp., at 
$1,020 in the Dept. of State Nov. 23, 1918; at $960 
July 1, 1919 ; at $1,020 Nov. 1. 1919 ; permanently at 
$900 Dec. 10, 1920; at $1,000 Aug. 16, 1921; at 
$1,100 Feb. 1, 1924 ; at .$1,200 May 31, 1924, effective 
June 1; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1. 
1927; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at 
$1,740 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 Oct. 1, 1928; at 
$1,920 July 1, 1930; elk., Int. Monetary and Eco- 
nomic Conf., London, 1933. — DCR. 

Glover, Robert Gordon. — b. Sumner, Ga., Apr. 24, 
1893 ; Ga. State Agric. and Mech. Coll. ; Ga. Sch. of 
Tech. 1914-17 ; U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; cml. 
work ; in Veterans' Bu. ; entered Bu. of For. and 
Domes. Com. Jan. 21, 1927 ; app. asst. trade commr. 
at Santiago, Chile. Mar. 1, 1927 ; asst. cml. att. at 
Santiago Aug. 22, 1927 ; relieved Jan. 27, 1930 ; app. 
asst. cml. att. at Mexico City Mar. 21, 1931 ; married. 

Goetz, Robert C. F. (Maj.) — 6. Cape Girardeau, 
Mo., Apr. 18, 1886 ; U.S.M.A., grad. 1909 ; Harvard, 
A. M. 1924 ; assigned as mil. att. at Brussels, The 
Hague, and Luxembourg May 4, 1931 ; tech. adviser, 
2d stage. Gen. Disarmament Conf., Geneva, 1933 ; 
married. 

Goforth, Hemdon Ware. — b. near Lenoir, N. C, 
Sept. 2, 1884 ; attended public and private sch. ; 
Rutherford Coll. two yrs. ; George Washington Univ. 
four yrs. ; teachers' institutes ; teacher and principal 
of sch. 1902-8 ; teacher, principal, and supervisor of 
sch., Philippine service, 1908-12 ; elk. and examiner. 
Civil Ser. Commn., 1913-16; elk.. Interstate Com. 
Commn., 1916-19 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to Guatemala 
Oct. 22, 1919; to Santos May 14, 1921; class two 
Nov. 17, 1921 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; eons, of 
class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; assigned to Santos Mar. 
28, 1923; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Sao Paulo Aug. 17, 1925 ; to Sher- 
brooke May 12, 1927 ; class seven May 23, 1929 ; to 
Matamoros Feb. 7, 1933 ; married. 

Goldsberry, Paul Eugene.^ — b. Ash Grove, Mo.. 

Nov, 3, 1903 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
elk. and salesman 1917-24, 1926-27 ; elk., stenog., 
and translator. War Dept., 1924-26 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State June 1, 1927; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 



1928; at $1,620 Feb. 1, 1029; at $1,800 July 1, 
1930; married. — DCR. 

Goldstein, Hyman, — h. New York City Feb. 2, 1894 ; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk. 1911 ; 
messenger, Govt. Printing Office, 1911-12; messenger, 
Dept. of State, 1912-14, elk. 1914-24; elk.. Am. 
Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19 ; elk.. Am. 
High Commn., Istanbul, Turkey, 1924-30 ; special dis- 
bursing officer in Am. Emb. at Mexico City, 1930-32 ; 
app. asst. dist. acct. and disbursing officer and v. c. 
at Mexico City Jan. 28, 1933 ; married. 

Goodier, Harvey Treadway. — b. Utica, N. Y., July 
7, 1893 ; Cascadilla Sch. and Utica Free Acad. ; Cor- 
nell 1914-15 ; studied law ; app., after exam., student 
interpreter in Japan Oct. 15, 1915 ; interpreter at 
Yokohama Feb. 9, 1918 ; also v. c. at Yokohama Feb. 
12, 1918 ; at Dairen Dec. 13, 1920 ; v. c. and inter- 
preter at Yokohama Jan. 6, 1921 ; v. c. at Nagoya Oct. 
19, 1921 ; also interpreter at Nagoya Oct. 20, 1921 ; 
v. c. and interpreter at Yokohama Apr. 1. 1922 ; cons, 
of class seven June 22, 1922 ; assigned to Taihoku 
Sept. 18, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Nagoya Dec. 12, 1924 ; to Van- 
couver Feb. 13, 1928 ; class seven July 24, 1930 ; 
married. 

Goodwin, Myra Layton (Mrs.) — b. Bridgeville, Del.; 
high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; stenog. to 
mem. of Cong. 1919-22 ; stenog. 192.3-24 ; elk. in 
Dept. of Com. 1924-25, in Dept. of State 1925-26; 
reapp. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Feb. 11, 
1927; at $1,500 June 1, 1927; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $1,680 Sept. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 

1, 1930.— VD. 

Goold, Herbert Stewart. — b. San Francisco, Calif., 
Aug. 10, 1886 ; Stanford, A. B. 1909 ; mem. of bar 
of Calif. ; elk. 1909-11 ; law elk. 1911-16 ; app., after 
exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Oct. 2, 1916; 
assigned to the Dept. Oct. 19, 1916 ; to Bucharest Dec. 
5, 1916 (canceled) ; to Vienna Jan. 31, 1917; to Santo 
Domingo June 7, 1917 ; class three Aug. 23, 1917 ; 
assigned to La Paz July 11, 1918 ; to Guatemala May 
11, 1920 ; to Bogota Jan. 7, 1921 ; to Managua Aug. 

2, 1921 ; to London Jan. 18, 1922 ; class two Mar. 23, 
1922 : For. Ser. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned as 1st sec. at Athens July 17, 1924 ; at San 
Jos6, Costa Eica, May 28, 1920 ; class three Dec. 19. 
1929; cons, and assigned to Beirut Sept. 23, 1930 
(canceled) ; cons. gen. and assigned to Beirut Oct. 24. 
1930 ; married. 

Gordon, George Anderson.- — b. Huntsville, Ala., Nov. 
19, 1885 ; attended prep. sch. in Switzerland and U. S. ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1906; Columbia, LL. B. 1912, on 
bd. of Law Review ; mem. of bar of N. Y. ; instructor, 
St. Paul's Sch., 1906-9 ; law practice 1912-17 ; U. S. 
Army 1916, 1917-19, capt., overseas service; with Am. 
Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919 ; app., after 
exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Feb. 18, 1920 ; 
assigned to Paris Feb. 19, 1920 ; sec. of class three 
Mar. 23, 1922; assigned to the Dept. Aug. 20, 1923; 
class two Jan. 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class four 
July 1, 1924 ; 1st sec. at Budapest Apr. 15, 1925 ; 



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class three Aug. 31, 1925; tech. asst. to Am. del., 
Preparatory Commn. for the Disarmament Conf., 
Geneva, 1927; 1st sec. at Paris May 11, 1927; adviser 
to Am. del., Conf. for Limitation of Naval Armament, 
Geneva, 1927 ; tech. expert, Int. Conf. on Treatment 
01 Foreigners, Paris, 1929 ; class two Dec. 19, 1929 ; 
couus. of cmb. at Paris Jan. 8, 1930; adviser, London 
Naval Conf., 1930 ; couns. of emb. at Berlin Mar. 26, 
1930 ; adviser, conf. of ministers for moratorium on 
intergovernmental debts, London, 1931 ; class one July 
1, 1931 ; married. 

Gormley, Bernadette. — b. Waseca, Minn. ; Univ. of 
Minn., B. S. 1921, B. S. in library instruction 1930; 
Univ. of Mich., summer 1928 ; teacher in high sch. 
1921-23, 1925-26; library asst. 1923-25, 1926-29; 
app. library asst. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State 
Oct. 7, 1930.— HA. 

Gotlieb, Bernard. — 6. New York City Nov. 7, 1893 ; 
Columbia, B. A. 1914 ; teacher of Spanish in high 
sch. ; app., after exam., cons. asst. Mar. 24, 1915 ; 
student interpreter in Turkey May 1, 1915 ; v. c. and 
interpreter at Baghdad Aug. 24, 1917, but did not 
proceed to post ; detailed to the Dept. Aug. 24, 
1917 ; to Cairo Oct. 11, 1918 ; v. c. and interpreter 
at Cairo Mar. 10, 1919 ; detailed to Teheran Sept. 
7, 1921 ; V. c. and interpreter at Teheran Nov. 10, 
1921 ; cons, of class six Nov. 23, 1921 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Halifax 
Sept. 8, 1924 ; to Singapore July 27, 1926 ; to Welling- 
ton Mar. 10, 1928 ; class six May 9, 1930 ; to Messina 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Gourley, Louis Hill. — b. Springfield, 111., Oct. 17, 
1SS9 ; attended business sch. ; Alliance Frangaise, sum- 
mer 1909 ; Univ. of 111., A. B. 1912 ; Columbia Univ., 
summer 1915 ; George Washington, M. A. 1916 ; La- 
Salle Extension Univ. ; prof, of Eng., San Luis Coll., 
San Luis Potosf, Mexico, 1912-13 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Vera Cruz July 1, 1913; v. c. at Vera 
Cruz July 1, 1916 ; app., after exam., cons. asst. Aug. 
30, 1016; V. c. at Warsaw July 21, 1919; v. c. of 
career of class three Sept. 27, 1919 ; assigned to War- 
saw Oct. 22, 1919 ; class two May 24, 1920 ; class one 
Nov. 17, 1921 ; cons, of class seven June 22, 1922 ; 
class six Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Lourengo Marques Apr. 10, 
1925 ; to Port Elizabeth Dec. 30, 1925 ; detailed to Int. 
Radiotelegraph Conf., Washington, 1927 ; assigned to 
Sao Paulo Feb. 2, 1928; class six May 23, 1929; as- 
signed to Medan Apr. 4, 1931. 

Gowen, Franklin Crosbie. — b. Florence, Italy, of 
Am. parents, Dec. 16, 1895; private tutors; Surrey 
House Coll., London, England ; Royal Tech. Sch., Leg- 
born, Italy, grad. ; Emerson Inst. ; English-Italian 
corr. and translator, teacher of Eng. and Italian 1915- 
20 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Leghorn Jan. 1, 
1920; V. c. at Leghorn Oct. 26, 1920; at Genoa June 
6, 1925 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career Jan. 7, 1926 ; assigned to Genoa 
Feb. 1, 1926; to Rome Aug. 10, 1926; to Leghorn, 
temp., Jan. 11, 1928; to Rome Feb. 7, 1928; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Rome Dec. 19, 1929 ; to 
Naples Apr. 17, 1930 ; to Palermo Mar. 24, 1931 ; class 
seven July 1, 1931 ; to London Oct. 17, 1932 ; married. 



Gradvohl, Andre Georgre. — b. Paris, France, Jan. 17, 
1S95 ; French citizen ; educated in France ; mem. of 
exporting firm ; act. Am. cons. agt. at Ceara Oct. 
1929-Apr. 1930 ; app. cons. agt. at Ceard Oct. 1, 
1932. 

Graves, Florence Payne, — b. Titus Co., Tex. ; at- 
tended high sch.; teacher in public sch. 1909-11; 
recorder of deeds in circuit court 1911-18; dep. elk. 
of circuit court 1918; elk., War Dept., 1918-20; elk. 
for atty. 1920-21 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of 
State Mar. 9, 1921 ; at $1,000 Sept. 1, 1922 ; at $1,100 
Apr. 1, 1924; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 

1, 1927 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$1,740 July 1, 1928; at $1,860 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Graves, George Millard. — h. Bennington. Vt., Sept. 

2, 1903; Pawling Sch. grad.; Williams Coll. 1921-23; 
Univ. of Cambridge, England, 1923-24 ; UniT. of Gre- 
noble 1924-25 ; L'ficole Libre des Sciences Politiques 
1925-26 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career Jan. 13, 1928 ; assigned to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 20, 1928; to Mukden June 11, 
1928 ; to Hankow Sept. 18, 1928 ; as For. Ser. officer 
to the leg. at San Salvador Dec. 15, 1932 ; sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. and assigned as 3d sec. at San 
Salvador Apr. 5, 1933. 

Gray, Archibald Edmund. — b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 
16, 1900; U. S. N. A. 1919-20; Eureka Coll., B. S, 

1922 ; Univ. of 111., M. S. 1923, Ph. D. 1925 ; chemist 
for rubber company 1925-26 ; instructor in chemistry, 
Lehigh Univ., 1926-28; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; as- 
signed to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928 ; to Callao- 
Llma Jan. 18, 1929; to Bordeaux Apr. 11, 1931; 
married. 

Gray, Cecil Wayne, — h. Emmett, Tenn., Aug. 14, 
1898; Roanoke Coll., B. A. 1920; S. A. T. C. 1918; 
instructor, Millersburg Mil. Inst., 1921-22 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate General at Buenos Aires June 18, 

1923 ; resigned Sept. 19, 1925 ; reapp. Oct. 23, 1925 ; 
V. c. at Buenos Aires May 6, 1927 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned 
to Buenos Aires Oct. 24, 1928 ; to Berlin Nov. 19, 
1930. 

Gray, Edith Myrtle (Mrs.) — b. Clinton, Iowa; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk. and stenog. 
1895-1901, 1908-17; elk.. War Dept., 1917-22; app. 
elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State July 28, 1922 ; at 
$1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1925 ; at 
$1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1928; at $1,800 Oct. 1, 1928; at $1,920 July 1, 
1930 ; at $2,000 Aug. 22, 1931.— L.V. 

Gray, Paul Judson. — b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 23, 
1906; Bates Coll., A. B. 1926; Harvard. A. M. 1927; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Nov. 18, 1929; to Stuttgart Mar. 26, 1930; 
married. 

Green, Joseph Coy. — b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Apr. 12, 
1887; Princeton, A. B. 1908, A. M. 1909; Univ. of 



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Paris 1909-10, 1913-14 ; Princeton 1914-15 ; instruc- 
tor in hist., Bordentown Mil. Inst., 1910-11, Colum- 
bia Univ., 1911-13 ; with Commn. for Relief in Bel- 
gium 1915-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, maj., overseas 
service; dir. for Rumania and Near East, Am. Rdiof 
Admin., 1918-19; asst. prof, of hist, and politics, 
Princeton, 1920-24, assoc. prof, of hist. 1924-30 ; app. 
divisional asst. at .?5,600 in the Dept. of State Oct. 6. 
1930 ; mem., committee to revise For. Ser. exams., 
19-31- ; special representative of U. S., Int. In.st. of 
Agric, Rome, 1931-32 ; special asst. to Am. Minister 
at Bern 1931-32 ; mem.. Publications Committee of 
the Dept., May 1, 1932- ; married. — WE. 

Green, Kirk M. — 6. Dallas, Tex., July 28, 1907 ; app. 
chauffeur in the Dept. of State Mar. 6, 1933. — S. 

Green, Leonard Newell. — 6. Superior, Nebr., June 1, 
1893 ; attended business sch. ; Univ. of Minn. 1912- 
13 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., grad. 1921 ; elk. 
and stenog., 1911-17; elk., War. Dept., 1917, 1919- 
21 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; app., after exam., cons, 
asst. Apr. 23, 1921 ; v. c. of career of class three 
Nov. 23, 1923 ; assigned to Yokohama Dec. 13, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight, 
cons., and assigned to Yokohama May 17, 1928 ; to 
Belfast Apr. 5, 1930; class seven July 24, 1930; to 
Swatow Sept. 5, 1931. 

Greene, Elbridge Gerry. — b. Dresden, Germany, of 
Am. parents. Aug. 29, 1888; Clifton Coll., England; 
St. Paul's Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1911 ; app., after 
exam., 3d sec. at London May 22, 1914 ; sec. of emb. 
or leg. of class five by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class four Mar. 2, 1915 ; assigned to London Mar. 6, 
1915 ; class three July 28, 1915 ; assigned to Caracas 
Aug. 10, 1916 ; to Panama Apr. 6, 1918 ; to the Dept. 
Jan. 18, 1919; to Budapest Dec. 12, 1919; class two 
Dec. 20, 1919 ; assigned to Bucharest Oct. 8, 1920 ; 
to Sofia July 29, 1921; to Paris Mar. 1, 1922; For. 
Ser. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 1st 
sec. at Peking July 17, 1924 ; at Bangkok Dec. 13, 
1926; at Vienna May 3, 1928; at Helsingfors, temp., 
Aug. 13, 1929; at Buenos Aires Aug. 13, 1929; 
married. 

Greene, Winthrop Stephenson. — b. Worcester, Mass., 
May 16, 1891 ; Bowdoiu Coll., A. B. 1913 ; insur. 
business 1913-17, 1919-22; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
1922-24, It. col.; elk. In Am. Consulate at Cobh 
1924 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and 
V. c. of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to Cobh Oct. 
21, 1924 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 8, 1926 ; 
assigned as 3d sec. at Santiago, Chile, June 15, 1926; 
class eight and cons. Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at Berne June 9, 1930 ; sec. of del. to Conf. on 
the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs, 
Geneva. 1931. 

Greenfield, Robert T, — 6. Washington, D. C, June 
15, 1910 ; messenger, Dept. of Agric, 1930-31 ; app. 
messenger in the Dept. of State Oct. 23, 1931.— A-P. 

Greenup, Julian Cecil. — b. Washburn, Mo., Nov. 4, 
1891; Union Coll. (Nebr.) 1911-12; studied in Ger- 
many and Switzerland 1912-14 ; Univ. of Calif., A. B. 
1915, M. A. 1917 ; teacher of printing, hist., and 



modern languages, and principal of high sch. 1915-19 ; 
app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 
27, 1919 ; assigned to Oruro Oct. 31, 1919 ; to Las 
Palmas May 14, 1920; cla.ss two Nov. 17, 1921; 
class one May 26, 1922 ; cons, of clas.s .seven Dec. 19, 
1923; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924; 
resigned July 3, 1920; instruct(n' in modern languaiies 
in jr. coll. 1926-29 ; app. trade commr. at Madrid 
June 1, 1929; asst. cml. att. at Madrid June 7, 1930; 
married. 

Grefe, Grace Alexander (Mrs.) — h. Jacksonville, 111.; 
Northwestern, A. B. 1921 ; secretary 1921-23 ; teaclier 
1923-20 ; elk., Dept. of State, 1927-30 ; elk., London 
Naval Conf., 1930 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,260 in the 
Dept. of State Feb. 20, 1932 ; permanently Aug. 16, 
1932.— HA. 

Gresham, Lon Stewart. — b. Greshamville, Ga., July 
31, 1889 ; Ga. Sch. of Tech. 1905 ; salesman 1906-17 ; 
U. S. Army 1917-20, 2d It., overseas service ; U. S. 
Army civilian employee 1920-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Bremen Apr. 20, 1923 ; v. c. at Bremen 
Nov. 30, 1929; married. 

Grew, Joseph Clark. — h. Boston, Mass., May 27, 
1880 ; Groton Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1902 ; app. elk. 
In Am. Consulate General at Cairo July 19, 1904 ; 
dep. cons. gen. at Cairo Nov. 3, 1904; app., after 
exam., 3d sec. at Mexico City Mar. 1, 1906 ; at Petro- 
grad May 7, 1907 ; 2d sec. at Berlin June 10, 1908 ; 
sec. of emb. at Vienna Jan. 27, 1911 ; at Berlin 
Sept. 12, 1912 ; sec. of emb. or leg. of class one by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; assigned as couns. of emb. 
at Berlin July 17, 1916 ; assigned to Vienna Feb. 
14, 1917, and as couns. Feb. 19, 1917 ; to the Dept. 
May 23, 1917 ; act. chief, Division of Western Euro- 
pean Affairs. Mar. 14, 1918 ; sec. to Am. del., armistice 
conf. of Supreme War Council, Versailles, 1918 ; sec. 
gen. with rank of E. E. and M. P., Am. Commn. to 
Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19 ; assigned as couns. 
of emb. at Paris Nov. 28, 1919 ; E. E. and M. P. to 
Denmark Apr. 7, 1920 ; to Switzerland Sept. 24, 
1921; unofficial observer, Lausanne Conf., 1922-23; 
empowered by the Pres. to negotiate, conclude, and 
sign treaty of Amity and Commerce with Turkey 
1923 ; unofficial representative, ninth sess.. Temp. 
Mixed Commn. for Reduction of Armaments, Geneva, 
1924, and meeting of subcommittee, Paris, 1924 ; 
undersec. of state Mar. 7, 1924 ; chm. of For. Ser. 
Personnel Bd. and of Bd. of Examiners for the For. 
Ser. July 1, 1924 to June 30, 1927; A. E. and P. to 
Turkey May 19, 1927 ; to Japan Feb. 19, 1932 ; 
married. 

Griffin, Ruth Patee. — b. St. Joseph, Mo. ; high sch. 
grad. ; attended business sch. ; typist, Bu. of War 
Risk Insur., 1918-19 ; app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. 
of State Dec. 1, 1924 ; at $1,320 Nov. 16, 1925 ; at 
$1,380 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $1,560 July 1, 1928; at $1,680 July 1. 
1930.— CR. 

Griffin, Thomas. — b. Washington, D. C, Feb. 25, 
1877 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk., 
U. S. and Chilean Claims Commn., 1900-1901, Spanish 



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Treaty Claims Commn., 1901-10 ; app. elk. at $900 
in tlie Dept. of State Apr. 26, 1910; at $1,000 July 
1, 1010; at $1,200 June 27, 1911; at $1,400 June 
22, 1916, effective July 1; at $1,600 Dec. 9, 1918; at 
$1,S60 July 1. 1924 ; at $1,920 Dec. 1, 1925 ; research 
asst. Apr. 21, 1928; at $1,980 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $2,300 Oct. 1. 1928; at $2,500 July 1, 1930; 
at $2,600 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act) ; mar- 
ried.— TD. 

Groeninger, Joseph George. — h. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 
22, 1884 ; attended public sch. and business sch. ; 
with business firms six yrs. ; Public Athletic League 
and Playground Assoc, of Baltimore two yrs. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Leg. at Copenhagen Dec. 7, 1911 ; v. c. at 
Copenhagen Oct. 18, 1918 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three May 24, 1920, and assigned to 
Copenhagen ; detailed to Berlin Sept. 28, 1920 ; as- 
signed to Berlin Nov. 15, 1921 ; class two Nov. 17, 
1921 ; class one Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer 
unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 24, 1925 ; 
cons. Mar. 3, 1925 ; assigned to Tallinn Mar. 23, 1925 ; 
to Rotterdam July 3, 1926 ; to Batavia Oct. 27, 1927 ; 
class seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; to Karachi Dec. 23, 1931. 

Groth, Edward Miller. — b. New York City June 14. 
1893 ; high sch. grad. ; Columbia Univ. ; elk. 1912-16 ; 
U. S. Navy 1917-19 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career 
of class three May 24, 1920 ; assigned to Rotterdam 
June 11, 1920 ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; class one 
May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Belgrade June 23, 1922 ; to 
Beirut Jan. 29, 1923 ; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 
1923 ; class six Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
seven July 1, 1924; assigned to Damascus Aug. 1, 
1924 ; detailed to Aleppo July 2, 1925 ; to Baghdad 
Aug. 3, 1925 ; assigned to Damascus Aug. 11, 1925 ; 
class six Aug. 31, 1925 ; assigned to Surabaya Dec. 

17, 1925 ; to Copenhagen July 2, 1929 ; class five 
July 24, 1930. 

Grotjohan, Albert William J — b. Rotterdam, Hol- 
land, July 17, 1900; naturalized 1920; U. S. Army 
1919-20; elk. In Treas. Dept. 1924-26, in Post Office 
Dept. 1926-27, in Dept. of State 1927-29 ; in Census 
Bu. 1930; app. elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State 
Apr. 25, 1930; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Feb. 

18, 1931; married. — MA. 

Grummon, Stuart Edgar, — h. Newark, N. J.. Mar. 28, 
1901 ; Newark Acad. ; National Univ. of Mexico, sum- 
mer 1922; Princeton, B. A. 1923; app., after exam., 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec. 12, 1923, and 
assigned to the Dept. ; to Mexico City Feb. 5, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight and assigned as 3d sec. 
at Mexico City July 1, 1924; at The Hague Jan. 22, 
1927; at Madrid July 12, 1927; detailed to Conf. of 
Int. Chamber of Com., Stockholm, 1927 ; class seven 
May 17, 192S ; assigned as 3d sec. at Port au Prince 
July 24, 1928; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929; class six July 
24, 1930; assigned to the Dept. Nov. 6, 1930; mar- 
ried. — LA. 

Guard, Madge Lee. — &. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended Columbia and George Washington Univ. ; 
Washington Coll. of Law, LL.B. 192.3, LL.M. 1927 ; 
Amer. Univ., B.P.S. 1930 ; mem. of bars of D. C. and 



Utah ; secretary, Dept. of Justice, 1908-14, in law and 
tax offices, 1915-20, 1922-23 ; teacher and educational 
dir.. Fed. Bd. of Vocational Education, 1921-22; 
teacher in high sch. 1923 ; editorial elk., Dept. of 
Agric, 1924 ; secretary. Am. -Brit. Claims Commn., 
1924-25 ; Mixed Claims Commn., U. S. and Mexico, 
secretary 1925-26 and attorney ($2.100-$3,000) 
1926-31 ; app. editorial asst. at $1,800 in the Dept. 
of State Dec. 4, 1931. — HA. 

Gufler, Bernard. — 6. Lawrence, Kans., June 1, 1903; 
Univ. of Kans. one yr. ; Princeton, A. B. 1925 ; Har- 
vard Sch. of Business Admin, one yr. ; wholesale busi- 
ness 1920-28; teacher in high sch. 1928-29; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
cart-er Nov. 12, 1929; assigned to Vancouver, temp., 
Nov. 19, 1929; to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 19. 1930; 
to Riga July 22, 1930 ; as For. Ser. officer to the 
emb. at Warsaw May 22, 1933 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
June 13, 1933 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Warsaw June 
17, 1933. 

tfGuggenheim, Harry F. — b. West End, N.J., Aug. 
23, 1890 ; Yale 1907 ; Pembroke Coll., Cambridge Univ., 
B. A. 1913, M. A. 1918 ; official and dir. of copper com- 
panies 1913-23 ; executive dir. of copper company and 
organizer and operator of nitrate and tin interests ; 
U. S. Navy 1917-21, It. comdr., overseas service ; pres. 
of Daniel Guggenheim Fund for Promotion of Aero- 
nautics since 1926; mem. of Committee of Experts, 
Prep. Commn. for the Disarmament Conf., Brussels, 
1927 ; del., Inter-American Commn. of Cml. Aviation, 
Third Pan American Cml. Conf., Washington, 1927 ; 
del., Int. Conf. on Civil Aeronautics, Washington, 
1928 ; mem. of Nat. Advisory Committee for Aero- 
nautics ; app. A. E. and P. to Cuba Oct. 10, 1929 ; 
resigned Apr. 2, 1938 ; married. 

Gunsaulus, Edwin Norton, Jr. — b. London, Ohio, Feb. 
25. 1894 ; Johannesburg Coll., So. Africa, one yr. ; 
Upper Canada Coll., Toronto, five yrs.; elk. 1914-16; 
cml. -work 1910-18, 1919-20; U. S. Army 1918-19, 
overseas service ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at Halifax Jan. 18, 1921 ; v. c. at Windsor Apr. 11, 
1922; at Charlottetown Apr. 7, 1924; at Windsor 
Dec. 1, 1930. 

Gunther, Ernest Ludolph (Comdr.) — b. Louisville, 
Ky., Sept. 7, 1887 ; Jlemphis Univ. Sch. grad. ; U. S. 
N. A., grad. 1909 ; assigned as naval att. at Santiago, 
Chile, Mar. 7. 1931 ; married. 

Gwynn, William Martin. — b. Detroit, Mich., Mar. 14, 
1892; Univ. of Calif., B. L. 1914; L'ficole Libre des 
Sciences Politiques, diploma 1924 ; L'ficole Nationale 
des Langues Orientales 1922-2."), 1928-29 ; Faculty 
de Droit, Univ. of Paris, 1924-25 ; asst. in library of 
Univ. of Calif., 191.5-16 ; with Am. Commn. for Relief 
in Belgium 1916-17 ; ambulance driver with French 
Army Apr.-Sept. 1917; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It, 
overseas service ; executive officer in Trieste, Italy, 
for U. S. Pood Admin. 1919 ; insp. in Galicia, Poland, 
for Am. Relief Admin. 1919-22 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass. May 28, 1926 ; v. c. of career 
June 15, 1926 ; assigned to Prague Mar. 26, 1927 ; as 
language officer at Paris Aug. 16, 192S ; as v. c. at 



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Tallinn, temp., June 15, 1929 ; as language officer at 
Paris Nov. 7, 1929 ; class eight and cons. May 9. 
1930; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 19, 1931; assigned 
as 3d sec. at Riga July 8, 1931 ; married. 

Hackett, C. Jeanne.— b. Boston, Mass. ; high sch. 
grad. ; Boston Conservatory of Music 1927-30 ; 
studied under private tutor ; secretary 1927-30 ; app. 
elk., temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Jan. 16. 
1931 ; permanently June 1, 1931 ; at $1,440 Feb. 24, 
1932.— DCR. 

Hackworth, Green Haywood. — h. Prestonburg, Ky., 
Jan. 23, 1883 ; Willard Normal Sch. grad. ; Valparaiso 
Univ., B. A. 1905 ; Georgetown, LL. B. 1912 ; George 
Washington Univ. one yr. ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; 
mem., Advisory Committee on Research in Int. Law, 
Harvard since 1928 ; elk., 1909-16 ; app. law elk. at 
$2,000 in the Dept. of State Aug. 10, 1916 ; at $2,250 
Oct. 22, 1917 ; at $2,500 Jan. 2, 1918 ; asst. solicitor 
Oct. 1, 1918; at $3,000 July 1, 1919; asst. to the 
solicitor at $4,000 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 
1920 ; drafting officer July 1, 1920 ; asst. solicitor at 
$4,500 Aug. 16, 1922 ; app. to represent the interests 
of the U. S. in all matters or investigations before 
the Int. Joint Commn., U. S. and Canada, 1922-25 ; 
to represent the Dept. of State in negotiation of 
treaty and protocol between U. S. and Great Britain 
to regulate the level of the Lake of the Woods and 
settle certain claims, and an agreement between U. S. 
and Canada to refer to the Int. Joint Commn. certain 
questions relating to Rainy Lake and other lakes of 
the Lake of the Woods watershed, Ottawa and Wash- 
ington, 1922-25 ; del., Lausanne Couf., 1923, and to 
Spain on treaty negotiations 1923; at $5,200 July 1, 
1924 ; at $5,600 May 1, 1925 ; act. solicitor of the 
Dept. of State July 1, 1925 ; solicitor Aug. 10, 1925 ; 
del., Conf. for the Codification of Int. Law, The 
Hague, 1930 ; legal adviser July 1, 1931 ; married. — 
LE. 

Haden, Robert Allen. — 6. Kiangyin, China, of Am. 
parents, June 2, 1908 ; Mont d'Or Coll., Barcelona, 
Spain, Coll. de Geneve, Geneva, Switzerland, and 
Southwestern Coll. ; Univ. of Chicago, Ph. B. 1930 ; 
multigrapher 1925-26 ; reporter 1928-29 ; librarian, 
Univ. of Chicago, 1929-30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Genoa June 9, 1931 ; v. c. at Genoa Aug. 
13, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclasa., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Genoa Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 22, 1932 ; as v. c. at Singapore 
Sept. 2, 1932; asst. sec. Int. Radio Conf., Madrid, 
1932. 

Haeberle, Arminius T. — h. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 23, 
1874 ; Elmhurst Coll. ; Washington Univ., A. B. ; 
Instructor, St. Charles Coll., Mo., 1896-97; principal 
of public sch. 1897-98 ; vice-dir. of Institute Ingles, 
Santiago, Chile, 1898-1903 ; bead of modern language 
dept. in high sch. 1904-8 ; app., after exam., cons, 
at Manzanillo June 10, 1908 ; at Tegucigalpa Jan. 11, 
1910 ; at St. Michael's Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons, of class 
seven by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Feb. 
22, 1915, and assigned to Pernambuco ; class four 
Sept. 14, 1917 ; detailed to Rio de Janeiro July 29, 



1919 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; assigned to Sao 
I'aulo Mar. 30, 1923 ; cons. gen. of class four June 5, 
1924; For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924; 
assigned to Dresden July 1, 1925; class two July 24, 
1930 ; married. 

Haering:, George John. — b. New York City Aug. 13, 
1895 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Mich, three yrs. ; 
U. S. Army 1917-20 ; with steam.ship company as 
supercargo, asst. port capt., special representative in 
Ireland, and asst. mgr. of branch office, 1920-24 ; 
app., after exam.. For Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to Kuhe Nov. 8, 
1924 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Kobe May 23, 
1929 ; to Rangoon Sept. 6, 1929 ; class seven July 1, 
1931 ; to Glasgow Aug. 31, 1931 ; to Pernambuco Jan. 
3, 1933 ; married. 

Hagen, Edward Gillette (1st Lt.) — h. Iloboken, 
N. J., Sept. 15, 1893; U. S. N. A., grad. 1917; entered 
U. S. Marine Corps Mar. 30, 1917 ; assigned as lan- 
guage officer at Peiping Feb. 5, 1930 ; married. 

Hagerman, Worthington Estel. — b. Carmel, Ind., 
Nov. 25, 1878 ; high sch. grad. ; Penn Coll. 1898- 
1900 ; Art Inst., Chicago, 1900-1903 ; app. elk. in Am. 
Emb. at I'aris July 14, 1916 ; resigned Feb. 1917 ; 
elk., U. S. Army, 1918-19 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
General at Paris Aug. 12, 1919 ; v. c. at NantfS Dec. 

3. 1925; at Calais, temp., Oct. 30, 1920; at Nantes 
Dec. 3, 1926 ; at Boulogne-sur-Mer, temp., Aug. 5, 
1927 ; at Nantes Oct. 1, 1927 ; at Calais, temp., Aug. 

4. 1928; at Nantes Sept. 19, 1928; at Havre Aug. 
25, 1930 ; at Boulogne-sur-Mer Nov. 4, 1930 ; at 
Nantes June 6, 1932 ; at Paris for duty in the dist. 
acct. and disbursing office Dec. 9, 19.32 ; married. 

Haig, Robert Van Rensselaer. — ft. Washington, D. C, 
Aug. 16, 1900; Univ. of Md., B. S. 1921; George 
Washington, LL. B. 1929 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; 

5. A. T. C. 1918; elk. 1921-23; app. elk. at $1,000 
In the Dept. of State Jan. 27, 1923; at $1,100 Mar. 
1, 1924; at $1,200 May 31, 1924, effective June 1; 
at $1,440 July 1, 1924; at $1,680 May 1, 1925; at 
$1,740 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,860 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; law elk. at $2,000 Dec. 1, 1928 ; at $2,600 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; at $2,800 July 1, 1930 ; married.- PD. 

Hailer, Fred E. — b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 7, 
1888 ; attended public sch. ; U. S. Marine Corps 
1910-14 ; watchman in Govt, bldgs. 1917-18 ; U. S. 
Nary 1918 ; watchman. State, War, Navy Bldg., 
1919-21 ; app. messenger in the Dept. of State Mar. 
8, 1921 ; elk. at $1,140 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,200 Mar. 
1, 1925; at $1,260 Dec. 1, 1925; at $1,320 Mar. 1, 
1927; at $1,380 Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,500 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,560 July 1, 1928; at $1,680 
July 1, 1930; married.- FA. 

Haines, Henry Snowden. — 6. Burlington, N. J., July 
15, 1907 ; attended business sch. ; Rutgers, B. Litt. 
1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Ceiba July 18, 
1930 ; V. c. at Ceiba Dec. 20, 1930 ; at Puerto Castilla, 
temp.. May 21, 1931 ; at Ceiba Feb. 13, 1932 ; at 
Bluefields Oct. 25, 1932; at Porto Alegre Feb. 23, 
1933. 



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Hall, Carlos Clark. — b. Cuernavaca, Mexico, of Am. 
parents, Feb. 18. 1900; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 
1923-25 ; asst. sugar chemist 1913-14 ; British Army, 
World War; U. S. Army 1919-25; editorial asst., Pan 
American Sanitary Bu., 192.5-26 ; interpreter for Ar- 
gentine section, Pan American Cml. Conf., Washing- 
ton, 1927 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career Feb. 5, 1927 ; assigned to the For, 
Ser. Sch. Feb. 14, 1927; to Medellin Mar. 16, 1928; 
to Panama Mar. 26, 1932; to Valparaiso May 13, 
1932 ; married. 

Hall, Claude Haines, Jr. — 6. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 
14. 1899 ; Baltimore Polytech. Inst., grad. 1920 ; Johns 
Hopkins Univ. 1920-23 ; research work at Yale ; lab- 
oratory asst., U. S. N. A., 1919 ; dir. of laboratories, 
Md. Acad, of Sciences, 1919-24 ; ordnance computer, 
War Dept., 1924 ; research asst., Yale, 1924-25 ; app. 
elk. in the Am. Consulate at Johannesburg Aug. 10, 
1925 ; V. c. at Johannesburg Dec. 19, 1925 ; at Port 
Elizabeth, temp., Nov. 20, 1926 ; at Johannesburg 
Oct. 4, 1927 ; at Lourengo Marques, temp., Dec. 9, 
1927 ; at Johannesburg Dec. 31, 1927 ; at Sarnia, 
temp., June 29, 1929 ; at Kingston, Out., temp., Oct. 
8. 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and assigned to Kingston, temp., Oct. 
16, 1929 ; to Monrovia Nov. 23, 1929 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Feb. 6, 1930 ; also 3d sec. at Monrovia 
Feb. 8, 1930 ; v. c. at Naples Sept. 27, 1930 ; married. 

Hall, Margaret. — b. Annapolis, Md. ; Wellesley, 
A. B. 1928 ; George Washington. Law Sch. 1931- ; 
app. library asst. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 

I. 1929; at $1,620 July 1, 19281: at $1,800 June 1, 

1930 ; at $2,000 Oct. 1, 1931.— H.^. 

Hall, Monroe Bostwick. — b. Seabright, N. J., Aug. 

II, 1901; Berkley-Irving and Westminster Sch.; Co- 
lumbia Univ. 1924-26 ; elk. 1919-22 ; editorial work 
with publishing company 1924-27 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 
1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928 ; as 
language officer at Tokyo Nov. 3, 1928 ; as v. c. at 
Tokyo June 29, 1931 (canceled) ; at Kobe Aug. 13, 

1931 ; at Dairen, temp., Jan. 20, 1932 ; at Mukden 
Jan. 23, 1932; married. 

Halla, Blanche Rule (Mrs.) — 6. Washington, D. C. ; 
business high sch. grad. ; George W'ashington Univ. 
one yr. ; stenog., 1917 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,000 in 
the Dept. of State Nov. 20, 1917 ; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 
1918 ; permanently Oct. 1, 1919 ; at $1,400 Sept. 1, 
1922 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; 
asst. chief. Office of Coordination and Review, June 1, 
1928; at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at 
$2,900 July 1, 1928 ; stenog., London Naval Conf.. 
1930; at $3,100 July 1, 1930; at $3,500 Dec. 1. 
1930.— CR. 

ttHalstead, Albert. — b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 10, 
1867; Lawrenceville Sch.; Princeton, B. A. 1889; 
newspaper corr. and magazine writer 1891-96 ; col. 
and aide-de-camp on staff of Gov. William McKinley 
1892-96 ; editor of newspaper 1890-99 ; Washington 
corr. and publicist 1899-1906; app., after exam., cons, 
at Birmingham Apr. 3, 1906 ; cons, of class four by act 



approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; cons. gen. of class three Feb. 
22, 1915, and assigned to Vienna ; detailed to the 
Dept. Mar. 28, 1917 ; assigned to Stockholm Dec. 19, 
1917; class two July 6, 1918; U. S. Commr., Chief 
of Peace Mission to Austria, May 15, 1919 ; detailed 
to Paris Sept. 7, 1920 ; assigned to Montreal Nov. 26, 
1920; For. Ser. officer of class one July 1, 1924; 
assigned to London June 16, 1928 ; retired Sept. 30, 
1932, under the provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 
1931 ; married. 

Hamilton, Maxwell McGaughey. — b. Tahlequah, 
Okla., Dec. 20, 1896; Washington and Jefferson Coll. 
1914-15; Princeton, grad. 1919; U. S. Army 1918; 
instructor in Tome Sch. 1919-20 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in China May 20, 1920 ; v. c. and 
jr. interpreter at Canton Oct. 9, 1922 ; sr. interpreter 
Nov. 5, 1923 ; cons, of class seven June 3. 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Shanghai (jr. assessor, Mixed Court) Apr. 30, 1925; 
class seven Oct. 20, 1926; sr. assessor Feb. 10, 1927; 
assigned to the Dept. July 24, 1927 ; class six Dec. 
19, 1929 ; resigned July 31, 1930 ; app. divisional asst. 
at $5,600 in the Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1930; asst. 
chief. Division of Far Eastern Affairs, at $6,500 Apr. 
1, 1931 ; married. — FE. 

Hamlin, John Nellis. — b. Roseburg, Oreg., Mar. 9, 
1895; Univ. of Oreg. 1915-18; Harvard, S. B. 1923, 
grad. work; U. S. Army 1918; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. July 18, 1924 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Tirana 
Oct. 20, 1924; at Madrid July 1, 1926; at Buenos 
Aires Apr. 16, 1928 ; class eight and cons. May 17, 
1928 ; class seven July 24, 1930. 

Hanna, Margaret M. — 1). Ann Arbor, Mich. ; at- 
tended high sch. ; private tutors ; app. confidential 
elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Nov. 16, 1895 ; 
confidential elk. to the 2d asst. sec. of state Jan. 6, 
1896 ; at $1,200 Feb. 23, 1897 ; detailed as clerical 
asst.. Pious Fund Arbitration, The Hague, 1902 ; at 
$1,400 Dec. 4, 1905; at $1,600 Mar. 4. 1907; de- 
tailed as clerical asst. to Venezuelan Claims Commn., 
Caracas, 1903, to Am. del.. Second Peace Conf.. The 
Hague, 1907, to Am. del., Fourth Int. Conf. of Am. 
States, Buenos Aires, 1910; at $1,800 May 1, 1916; 
chief of bu. at $2,100 July 1, 1918 ; special asst. at 
$2,500 June 1, 1920; drafting officer July 1, 1920; 
at $3,000 June 17, 1921, effective July 1 ; detailed as 
special asst. and special disbursing officer to Am. del., 
Fifth Int. Conf. of Am. States, Santiago. Chile, 1923; 
chief. Office of Coordination and Review, Jan. 31, 
1924 ; at $3,500 Apr. 1, 1924 ; at $3,600 May 1, 1925; 
special disbursing officer of Am. del.. Sixth Int. Conf. 
of Am. States, Ilabana. 1928 ; at $3,700 July 1. 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $3,800 July 1, 1928; at $4,600 July 
1, 1929 ; at $4,800 July 1, 1930 ; at $5,000 July 3, 1930 
(Brookhart Act). — CR. 

Hanna, Matthew Elting. — 6. Londonderry, Ohio, 
Mar. 9, 1873; U. S. M. A., grad. 1897; U. S. Army 
1897-1913, capt. ; Cuban service 1898 ; aide to miL 
gov. of Cuba 1898-1902; commr. of public sch. of 
Cuba 1900-1902 ; mil. att. at Habana 1902-4 ; special 
agt. of U. S. in Panama 1909; special representative 



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of U. S. at German Army maneuvers 1911 ; chemical 
mis- business 1912-17 ; insp. gen., Mass. Militia, 
1912-14 ; app. asst. in Am. Emb. at Mexico City 
Feb. 1917 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. 
of class four Aug. 23, 1917, and assigned to Mexico 
City ; sec. of class three Mar. 14, 1919 ; class two 
Aug. 24, 1921 ; assigned to the D.pt. as act. chief, 
Division of Mexican Affairs. Sept. 20. 1921 ; chief, 
Dec. 20, 1921 ; assigned to Berlin Mar. 10, 1924 ; 
For. Sor. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; class 
three Aug. 8, 1924 ; mem. of Bd. of Review, For. Ser. 
Personnel, 1926 ; For. Ser. insp. Nov. 6, 1925 ; class 
two June 30, 1927 ; assigned to Lima Nov. 11, 1927 ; 
couns. of emb. Nov. 25, 1927 ; sec. to Am. del., Sixth 
Int. Conf. of Am. States, Habana, 1928; assigned to 
Managua Mar. 22, 1929 ; E. E. and M. P. to Nica- 
ragua Dec. 16, 1929 ; to Guatemala July 17, 1933 ; 
married. 

Hannan, Catherine Elizabeth (Mrs.) — i. Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; attended private sch. ; asst. chief tele- 
plione operator. Treas. Dept., 1918-22 ; app. chief 
telephone switchboard operator at $1,260 in the Dept. 
of State Apr. 3, 1922; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,620 July 1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930.— DCR. 

Hanson, Elsie E. — ft. Vinton, Iowa ; Coe Coll., B. A. 
1929 ; business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1930 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Dec. 22, 1930 ; at $1,620 
Sept. 3, 1931.— PD. 

Hanson, George Charles.— ft. Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 

11, 1883 ; Cornell. C. E. 1908 ; engineering 1908-9 ; 
app., after exam., student interpreter in China June 

12, 1909 ; dcp. cons. gen. at Shanghai Sept. 7, 1911 ; 
also interpreter Oct. 15, 1911 ; v. and dep. cons, and 
interpreter at Chefoo May 13, 1912 ; at Dalny Nov. 
25, 1913 ; at Newchwang Mar. 17, 1914 ; v. and dep. 
cons. gen. and interpreter at Tientsin May 9, 1914 ; 
V. and dep. cons, and interpreter at Newchwang Jan. 
5, 1915 ; cons, of class eight Mar. 2, 1915, and as- 
signed to Swatow ; to Chungking Mar. 20, 1917 ; to 
Foochow Apr. 15, 1918 ; class seven July 6, 1918 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Harbin Dec. 27, 
1921 ; class five Aug. 23, 1922 ; class four June 5, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; class 
four July 24, 1930 ; cons. gen. Feb. 28, 1931 ; assigned 
to Harbin Mar. 23, 1931. 

Hanson, Hanna M. — ft. Portland, Me. ; high sch. 
grad. ; George Washington Univ. 19:!0- ; elk. and 
secretary 1920-26; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. 
of State Oct. 11, 1926 ; at $1,500 May 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,560 Jan. 1, 1928 ; library asst. at $1,680 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Harding, Robert William Joseph. — ft. New York 
City July 15, 1907 ; attending high sch. ; with busi- 
ness firms in Toronto 1920-23, 1925-28 ; app. mes- 
senger in Am. Consulate at Toronto Jan. 1, 1928 ; v. 
c at Toronto May 9, 1930 ; married. 

Hardisty, Olive F. (Mrs.) — ft. in England; attended 
seminary and jr. coll. in England and business sch. 
In U. S. ; app. elk., temp., at $720 in the Dept. of 



State Aug. 7, 1917 ; at $840 Sept. 15, 1917 ; at $900 
Oct. 1, 1917; at $1,0S0 July 1, 1918; at $1,140 Nov. 
1, 1918; at $960 July 1, 1919; at $1,020 Feb. 1, 
1920; permanently, at $1,020 Mar. 1, 1920; at $1,000 
July 1, 1920; at $1,080 Oct. 16, 1922; at $1,140 
Dec. SO, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,200 Oct. 
1, 1923; at $1,500 July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 
1927 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 
July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Hardy, James Walter. — ft. Lewiston, N. C, July 17, 
1887 ; laborer, Washington Navy Yard, one yr. ; 
U. S. Army 1917-19 : municipal employee 1919-1:0 ; 
app. asst. messenger in the Dept. of State Dec. 22, 
1920.— DO. 

Hare, Raymond Arthur. — ft. Martinsburg, W. Va., 
Apr. 3, 1901 ; Grinncll Coll., A. B. 1924 ; Instructor In 
Robert Coll., Constantinople, 1924-27 ; executive sec. 
Am. Chamber of Com. for the Levant, 1926-27 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Constantinople Apr. 
1, 1927 ; V. c. at Constantinople May 19, 1927 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and assigned to Constantinople Oct. 24, 1928 ; lan- 
guage officer at Paris May 25, 1929 ; also v. c. at 
Paris May 1, 1931 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. and as- 
signed as V. c. at Cairo June 5, 1931 ; as v. c. and 
language officer at Paris Oct. 16, 1931 ; as v. c. at 
Beirut June 21, 1932 ; married. 

Harlow. Blanche Schwartz (Mrs.) — ft. Washington, 
D. C. ; high sch. grad. ; elk.. Am. Red Cross, 1917-22 ; 
stenog. 1922-23; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of 
State Aug. 1, 1923 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1924 ; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 
1, 1928; at $1,800 Dec. 1, 1929; at $1,920 July 1, 
1930.— E-A. 

Harlow, William McGrath. — ft. Washington, D. C, 
Oct. 30, 1898 ; attended business sch. ; St. John's 
Coll. 1909-15; stenog. 1915-17; U. S. Marine Corps 
1917-19 ; Coast Guard Headquarters 1919-24 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Hong Kong Mar. 
18, 1924 ; V. c. at Hong Kong Sept. 4, 1924 ; re- 
signed May 16, 1926; app. elk. at $1,320 in the 
Dept. of State May 17, 1926 ; at $1,500 Mar. 1, 1927 ; 
asst. disbursing officer Jan. 1, 1928 ; at $1,620 July 
1. 1928 (Welch Act); at $1,680 July 1, 1928; at 
$2,000 Nov. 1, 1928; at $2,600 Sept. 1, 1929; at 
$2,800 July 1, 1930 ; resigned July 5, 1931 ; app. 
asst. dist. acct. and disbursing officer at Ottawa July 
6, 1931 ; dist. acct. and disbursing officer and v. c. 
at Ottawa Nov. 5, 1931. 

Harnden, Robert. — ft. Honolulu, T. H., Nov. 27, 
1881 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Calif, one yr. : ac- 
countant four yrs. ; real estate agt. two yrs. ; news- 
paper corr. three yrs., in London 1916-17 ; with Bel- 
gian Relief Commn. in London, and U. S. Food Admin. 
1917 ; app. v. c. at Seville Nov. 7, 1917 ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class eight Feb. 19, 1918, and de- 
tailed to Seville ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to 
Seville Nov. 13, 1919 ; class five Nov. 23, 1921 ; as- 
signed to Valencia May 17, 1922; to Rosario Jan. 2, 



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1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; 
assisucd to Tampico Jan. 12, 1929 ; class tlve May 
9, 1930; assigned to Malino May 17, 1930 (canceled) ; 
to Goteborg July 22, 1930. 

Harper, Oscar Cole. — b. Garland, Tex., Dec. 20, 
1895 ; Western Coll. two yrs. ; Univ. of Tex. two yrs. : 
elk. 191G-17 ; app. v. c. at Cludad Juarez Jan. 9, 
1919 ; at Claihuahua May 27, 1921 ; at Ciudad Juarez 
Aug. 19, 1921 ; at Toireon May 12, 1925 ; at Piedras 
Negras Nov. 21, 1925 ; at Ensenada Nov. 7, 1929 ; 
to Nuevo Laredo Mar. 19, 1931 ; married. 

Harrington, Julian Fiske. — b. I'^ramingham, Mass., 
Apr. 11, 1901 ; high sch. grad. ; Columbia Univ. 1920- 
21 ; elk. one yr. ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Malaga 
Mar. 1921 ; v. c. at Malaga July 5, 1922 ; at Antwerp 
May 17, 1923 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned to Antwerp Aug. 
3, 1925; to Dublin Mar. 9, 1926; to Ottawa July 29, 
1929 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 31, 1929 ; assigned 
to Ottawa Jan. 22, 1930 ; married. 

Harris, Artliur Ringland (Maj.) — b. Norfolk, Nebr., 
Aug. 1, 1S90; St. Paul's Sch. grad.; U.S.M.A., grad. 
1914 ; assigned as mil. att. at San Jose, Guatemala, 
Tegucigalpa, Managua, San Salvador, and Panama 
July 11, 1931. 

Harris, Ernest Lloyd. — 6. Jasper Co., Iowa, Oct. 26, 
ISTO ; Cornell Coll., grad. 1892 ; Heidelberg Univ., 
Ph. D. 1894, J. U. D. 1895 ; lecturer on civil law and 
jurisprudence, Iowa State Univ., 1896-98 ; lecturer 
on foreign commerce of U. S., Univ. of Chicago, 1904 ; 
author of magazine articles ; app. cons. agt. at Eiben- 
stock May 10, 1898 ; cml. agt. Nov. 11, 1902 ; cons, at 
Chemnitz Mar. 23, 1905 ; at Smyrna July 25, 1006 ; 
cons. gen. June 10, 1908 ; assigned to Stockholm Jan. 
20, 1911 ; cons. gen. of class iive Feb. 22, 1915, effec- 
tive Feb. 5, 1915 ; resigned Aug. 15, 1916 ; cml. agt. for 
bank in Russia 1917-18 ; app. cons. gen. of class five 
May 14, 1918, under Ex. order ; detailed to Irkutsk 
May 8, 1918; class four Sept. 5, 1919; unassigned 
from Oct. 15, 1920 ; assigned to Singapore Feb. 16, 
1921 ; For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Vancouver Mar. 26, 1925 ; to Vienna Aug. 
3, 1929; class two May 9, 1930; del.. Int. Wood 
Conf., Vienna, 1932 ; married. 

Harris, Will. — 6. Livingston, Tenn. ; attended pub- 
lic schs. ; stenog. and court reporter 1902-12 ; secre- 
tary 1912-33; app. private sec. to the sec. of state at 
ijio.SOO Mar. 6, 1933 ; sec. to chm.. Int. Monetary and 
Economic Conf., London, 1933. — S. 

Harrison, Landreth Matthew. — 6. RoUa, N. Dak., 
Apr. 8, 1897; Univ. of Minn., B. A. 1922, M. A. 
1923 ; Faculty of Law, Univ. of Paris, and L'ficole 

Libre des Sciences I'olitiques 1923-25 ; U. S. Marine 
Corps 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, It. ; rancher 1919- 
2(J ; instructor in political science, Univ. of Minn., 
1925-27 ; lecturer in int. law, Hamline Univ., 1926- 
27 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer uuclass. and 
V. c. of career July 9. 1927 ; assigned to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Kiga Mar. 8, 1928 ; as 
For. Ser. officer to the leg. at Riga Oct. 7, 1929 ; see. 



in the Diplo. Ser. Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned as 3d sec. 
at Riga Nov. 19, 1929 ; to the Dept. July 23, 1932.— 
EE. 

Harrison, Randolph, Jr. — 6. Lyncliburg, \a., Nov. 
24, 1898 ; Episcopal High Sch. ; Univ. of Va., B. S. 
1922, LL. B. 1925 ; studied French at Tours, France, 
1925 ; mem. of bar of Va. ; law practice 1926 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Jan. 13, 1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Jan. 20, 1928; to Habana June 13, 1928; to Paris 
Jan. 14, 1930; to Biarritz, temp., Mar. 21, 1931; to 
Paris Apr. 7, 1931; to Lille, temp., June 19, 1931; 
to Paris Aug. 1, 1931 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Oct. 20, 
1931 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Tegucigalpa Nov. 16, 
1931 ; also as v. c. at Tegucigalpa Jan. 17, 1033 ; as 
3d sec. at Rome Apr. 29, 1933. 

Hart, Charles Calmer. — b. Bryant, Ind., Sept. 14, 
1878 ; reporter, publisher, and editor of newspapers 
1807-1910 ; Washington corr. 1912-25 ; app. E. E. and 
M. P. to Albania May 27, 1925; to Persia Nov. 12, 
1029 ; married. 

Harter, Janet M, (Mrs.) — b. Leesburg, Va. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; employed by the 
National Defense Council 1917-19 ; in the Dept. of 
Justice 1919-20; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of 
State July 31, 1920, effective Aug. 1 ; at $1,500 July 
1, 1924; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act> ; at 
$1,680 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— FA, 

ttHartley, Harry Livingston. ^ — b. Brookline, Mass., 
Dec. 2, 1900; Pomfret Sch.; Eton Coll., England; 
Harvard, A. B. 1923 ; Harvard Sch. of Business 
Admin. 1023-24 ; Geneva representative of the League 
of Nations Nou-Partisan Assoc, 1925-27, and of the 
Am. Committee of the Geneva Inst, of Int. Relations, 
1926-27 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; assigned to 
London, temp.. May 26, 1928 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Sept. 1, 1928 ; to Pernambuco Jan. 18, 1929 ; to the 
Dept., temp., Oct. 21, 1929 ; to Buenos Aires May 
23, 1930 ; resigned June 22, 1933 ; married. 

Hartrick, Ruth. — b. Urbana, 111. ; high sch. grad. ; 

attended business sch. ; app. elk., temp., at .'?1,200 in 
the Dept. of State Feb. 24, 1931 ; permanently June 

I, 1931.— DCR. 

Harvey, Constance Ray. — b. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 16, 
1904 ; Franklin Sch. ; Lyc6e de Beauvais, France, 
1922-23 ; Sorbonne 1924 ; Smith, A. B. 1927 ; Geneva 
8ch. of Int. Studies, summer 1927 ; Williamstown 
Inst, of Politics 1928 ; German sch. of Mt. Holyoke 
Coll., summer 1929 ; Columbia, M. A. 1930 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as v. C. 
at Ottawa Apr. 29, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 

II, 1931 ; to Milan June 20, 1931. 

Harvey, Lula Ruth (Mrs.) — b. Nevada, Mo. ; high 
sch. grad. ; stenog., sec, and asst. supervisor of stenog. 
section in publishing company 1924-27 ; app. elk. at 
$1,320 in the Dept. of State Aug. 10, 1927 ; at $1,440 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 Apr. 1, 1929; 



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at $1,800 May 1, 1930; at $1,920 July 1, 1930; at 
$2,000 Nov. 24, 1930.— BA. 

Haskell, Lewis Wardlaw. — b. Pastoria, Ark., Dec. 2, 
1868; South Carolina Mil. Coll., B. S. 1889; Harvard 
Law Sell. 1892-93 : Georgetown, LL. B. 1894 ; mem. 
of bar of S. C. ; instructor in coll. 1SS9-92 ; teacher 
in high sch. 1893-94 ; elk., Dept. of Interior, 1894- 
1901 ; law practice 1901-10 ; mem. of S. C. House of 
Reprt'SCDtatives two terms ; S. C. Nat. Guard 1901-10, 
It. col. ; app., after exam., cons, at Salina Cruz Jan. 
11, 1910; at Hull Feb. 26, 1912; at Belgrade Nov. 
24, 1913 ; cons, of class seven by act approved Feb. 

5, 1915; class six Mar. 2, 1915; assigned to Geneva 
Sept. 17, 1915 ; class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; class three 
June 4, 1920 ; unofficial observer, Conf. on Customs 
Formalities and Conf. on Communications and Transit, 
Geneva. 1923 ; cons. gen. of class four June 5, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Algiers Oct. 23, 1924; to Zurich Oct. 29, 1928; 
class two July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Haskins, Fred G. — b. Lawrence Co., Ohio, Sept. 27, 
1S91 : Clio State Univ., Columbus, A. B. 1917, grad. 
work 1922 ; Universite de Clermont, France, 1919 ; 
U. S. -Vrmy 1917-19, overseas service ; teacher in high 
sch. 1919-27 ; elk. and translator 1927-29, in Dept. 
of Labor 1930 ; app. translator at $1,800 in the Dept. 
of State Aug. 28, 1930 ; at $2,000 Apr. 1, 1931 ; mar- 
r.ed. — TR. 

Hathaway. Charles Montgomery, Jr. — b. Deposit, 
N. Y., Mar. 31, 1874; Yale, B. A. 1899, M. A. 1901, 
Ph. D. 1902; instructor in Eng. in Adelphi Coll. 
1902-3, in Columbia Univ. 1903-5 ; instructor in Eng. 
and law, U. S. N. A., 1905-11 : in real estate and 
Insur. business 1906-11 ; app., after exam., cons, at 
Puerto Plata Aug. 19, 1911 ; at Hull Nov. 24, 1913 ; 
cons, of class eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915: 
class seven Sept. 1, 1916 ; assigned to Cork May 22, 
1917; class six Sept. 5. 1919; detailed to Budapest 
Dec. 1, 1919 ; class five, June 4, 1920 ; assigned to 
Bombay Nov. 20, 1920 ; class four Nov. 23, 1921 ; 
assigned to Dublin Dec. 27, 1921 ; class three June 3, 
1924 ; cons. gen. of class four June 5, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Dublin Oct. 11, 1924; to Munich July 27, 1927; 
class two May 23, 1929 ; class one Feb. 4, 1931 ; 
married. 

Haven, Joseph Emerson. — b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 19, 
1885; high sch. grad.; Univ. of Lille one yr. ; app., 
after exam., cml. agt. at St. Christopher Aug. 18, 
1904 ; cons. June 22, 1900 ; cons, at Crefeld Mar. 30, 
1907; at Roubaix June 10, 1908; at Catania Apr. 24, 
1914 ; cons, of class seven by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; assigned to Turin July 8, 1916 ; class six Sept. 

6, 1916 ; detailed at Avlona Nov. 29, 1919 ; returned 
to Turin May 19, 1919 ; class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; 
class four June 4, 1020 ; detailed to Trieste Aug. 16, 
1920 ; asst. observer, Potorose Conf.. Italy, 1921 ; 
assigned to Trieste Jan. 25, 1922 ; to Florence Mar. 
30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned also to San Marino Apr. 9. 1925; class 
four Dec. 17, 1925 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; 
married. 



Haven, Richard Barnard. — b. Chicago, 111., Sept. 2, 
1S89 ; private tutor at Cambridge, England, five yrs. ; 
Real Gymnasium, Germany, one yr. ; Univ. of Lille 
five yrs. ; Northwestern Univ., M. D. ; Royal Univ., 
Turin, Italy, M. D. ; on hospital staff eighteen months; 
app. V. and dep. cons, at Roubaix Oct. 14, 1910 ; 
resigned Feb. 14, 1913 ; with Chicago Medical Unit 
attached to the Royal Army Medical Corps of British 
Army 1915, overseas service ; special research inquiry 
in Greece 1916 ; with British mil. hospitals in England 
and Italy two yrs. ; resident commanding officer in 
Am. hospital in France 1918 ; volunteer medical officer 
in Turin 1918; app. v. c. at Turin May 1, 1918; at 
Genoa Dec. 24, 1920; at Constantza Apr. 29, 1922; 
app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three May 
26, 1922 ; assigned to Constantza June 23, 1922 ; 
class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; class one Nov. 23, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight Feb. 
24, 1925 ; cons. Mar. 3, 1925 ; assigned to Vienna 
May 7, 1926 ; class seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to 
Messina Apr. 9, 1931 ; to Turin Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Havenner, Albert B. — 6. Washington, D. C, Mar. 
24, 1893 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
Georgetown Law Sch. two yrs. ; in real estate office 
1913-14 ; elk., Panama-Paciflc Exposition, 1915 ; elk. 
In the Dept. of State 1916, in N. Y. Passport Agency 
of the Dept. of State 1917-18; U. S. Army 1918-19; 
app., temp., at $1,000 in the Dept. of State July 14, 
1910 ; at $1,140 Nov. 1. 1919 ; at $1,200 Feb. 1, 1920 ; 
permanently elk. at $1,200 July 1, 1920 ; at $1,400 
Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,860 July 

I, 1924; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927; at $2,100 July 1. 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 1, 1928; at $2,400 
July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Havens. Harry A. — b. Whitehall, N. Y., Oct. 28. 
1885; attended business sch.; National Univ., LL. B. 
1911, LL. M. 1912; elk. and sec. 1903-8; app. elk. 
at $900 in the Dept. of State June 20, 1908; at 
$1,000 Dec. 1. 1908 ; at $1,200 June 23, 1909, effective 
July 1; at $1,400 Aug. 1, 1913; at $1,800 June 22. 
1916, efiFeetive July 1 ; drafting officer at $2,500 Dec. 
31, 1919, effective Jan. 1. 1920; at $3,000 Aug. 1, 
1922; at $3,300 June 16. 1926; asst. chief. Division 
of For. Ser. Admin., Aug. 28, 1926; mem. of Federal 
Traffic Bd. since 1927; at $3,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $3,800 Apr. 1, 1930; at $4,000 July 1, 1930; 
at $4,600 Dec. 1, 1930 ; married.— FA. 

Hawkins, Frank R. — 6. Washington, D. C, May 28, 
1900 ; messenger, Bu. of Engraving and Printing, 
1919-21 ; app. messenger in the Dept. of State Jan. 
16, 1929.— DCR. 

Hawkins, Harry C. — 6. Reed City, Mich., Mar. 25, 
1894 ; Olivet Coll.. A. B. 1917 ; Olivet Coll. and Univ. 
of M:ch. 1919 ; Harvard, M. B. A. 1921 ; U. S. Army 
1917-19, 1st It., overseas service; special agt., Dept. 
of Commerce, 1921-22; asst. prof., Univ. of Va., 1922- 
23; drafting officer, Dept. of State, 1924, 1927-30; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Oct. 16, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. Nov. 

II, 1924; resigned Sept. 15, 1925; prof., Univ. of 
Oreg., 1925-27, 1930-31 ; app. divisional asst. at 
>t'>M*>0 in the Dept. of State Aug. 12, 1931 ; tech. 



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EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



adviser, Int. Monetary and Economic Conl'., London, 
1933 ; married. — TD. 

Hawks, Stanley. — b. Stillwater, Minn., May 28, 
1805 ; Yale, K. A. 1918 ; Harvard Law Sell, one yr. ; 
L'ficole Libre desj Sciences Folltiquos one yr. ; U. S. 
Army 1917-19, capt. ; private sec. to U. S. del., Conf. 
on Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921-22 ; 
app. elk., temp., in the Dept. of State .Tune 8, 1922; 
drafting officer at $2,500 Sept. IG, 1922 ; act. chief. 
Division of Current Information, Dec. 5, 1922 ; app., 
after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec. 12, 
1923, and assigned to the Dept. ; to Warsaw Mar. 8, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight and assigned as 
3d sec. at Warsaw July 1, 1924 ; class seven June 2, 
1926 ; assigned to Guatemala Feb. 7, 1927 ; 2d sec. 
Oct. 19, 1929 ; assigned to Mexico City Feb. 20, 1930 ; 
class six May 9, 1930 ; married. 

Hawley, Harry Franklin. — 6. Newark, N. J., July 5, 
1880 ; attended public and private sch. ; elk. 1895- 
1902 ; in Philippine civil ser. 1902-6 ; elk. in Am. 
Emb. at Tokyo 1907 ; in Philippine civil ser. 1907-9 ; 
sec. to Am. del.. Joint Int. Opium Commn., Shanghai, 
1909 ; app. elk. in Am. Emb. at Tokyo Nov. 1, 1909 ; 
app., after exam., cons, of class eight Sept. 14, 1917, 
and detailed to Tokyo ; assigned to Yokkaichi Oct. 5, 
1918 ; to Nagoya Mar. 8, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Windsor Dec. 12, 1924 ; class six Dec. 
17, 1925 ; class five Dec. 26, 1929 ; assigned to Nantes 
Apr. 15, 1932; married. 

Hawley, William W. — b. Dec. 3, 1872 ; app. laborer 
in the Dept. of State Aug. 22, 1907.— DCR. 

Hawthorne, Carl Oliver. — b. Rogers, Ark., Apr. 29, 
1905 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; elk. 
1921-22 ; U. S. Army 1923-27 ; app. elk. in the Am. 
Leg. at Peiping Mar. 21, 1927 ; in the corisulate at 
Tsingtao Feb. 23, 1929 ; v. c. at Tsingtao Apr. 28, 
1930. 

Haywood, David C. — b. Clifton, Ariz., Sept. 30, 
1910; app. asst. messenger in the Dept. of State Nov. 
24, 1930; laborer Jan. 1, 1932. — SU. 

Heard, William Wilson. — b. Frederick, Md., Jan. 9, 
1887 ; attended public sch. and businjss sch. ; Univ. of 
New Brunswick one yr. ; U. S. Navy 1902-8 ; elk. 
and stenog. 1909-12; app. cons. agt. at Fredericton 
June 13, 1912; v. c. at Quebec June 16, 1915; app., 
after exam., v. c. of career of class three Dec. 23, 
1919, and assigned to Quebec; assigned to Kingston, 
Jamaica, Mar. 12, 1920 ; class two May 24, 1920 ; 
class one Nov. 17, 1921 ; cons, of class seven June 
22, 1922 ; assigned to Blueflolds Sept. 2, 1922 ; de- 
tailed to the DeiJt, June 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class eight July 1, 1924 ; class seven Dec. 17, 1925 ; 
assigned to Turin June 2, 1928; class six July 24, 
1930 ; to Breslau Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Heath, Donald Read. — 6. Topeka, Kans., Aug. 12, 
1894 ; high sch. grad. ; Washburn Coll. two and one- 
half yrs. ; Univ. of Montpellicr, France, one semester ; 
newspaper reporter 1916-17, 1919 ; U. S. Army 



1917-19, 1st It. ; newspaper corr. 1920 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three Sept. 7, 1920; 
assigned to Bucharest Oct. 18, 1920; class two May 

26, 1922 ; assigned to Warsaw Dec. 18, 1922 ; class 
one Feb. 26, 1923; class seven Dec. 19, 1923; app. 
For. Ser. officer of class eiglit July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
as cons, at Berne Aug. 17, 1925 ; class seven Aug. 31, 
1925 ; class six May 17, 1928 ; assigned to Port au 
Prince Sept. 12, 1929; chargg d'affaires ad interim at 
Port au Prince Dec. 2, 1929 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
and assigned as 2d sec. at Port au Prince Dec. 16, 
1929, in addition to duties as cons. ; relieved of duties 
as cons. Aug. 4, 1932; married. 

Hecht, Elizabeth (Mrs.) — b. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; sec. Am. Red 
Cross, 1918-19 ; elk., Veterans' Bu., 1923-24 ; app. 
elk. at $1,320, temp., in the Dept. of State Oct. 24, 
1924 ; permanently Feb. 2, 1925 ; at $1,500 Nov. 1, 
1925; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,620 Jan. 1, 1928; 
at $1,740 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 
1, 1928 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— VD. 

Heiler, Bernard Francis. — 6. Boston, Mass., Aug. 5, 
1903 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Extension 
Univ., Boston ; elk. two and one-half yrs. ; U. S. Navy 
1920-23 ; musician and stenog. in Bermuda five 
months ; elk. to mem. of Cong. 1924-25 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Palermo Apr. 1925 ; v. c. at Palermo 
July 6, 1926; at Genoa Sept. 21, 1927; at Dresden 
Sept. 29, 1928. 

Heingartner, Robert W. — b. Canton, Ohio, Feb. 20, 
1881 ; attended high sch. ; tutors in Europe four yrs. ; 
app. cons. agt. at Carini Mar. 25, 1904 ; dep. cons, at 
Trieste Sept. 12, 1904 ; v. and dep. cons. Oct. 16, 
1906 ; V. and dep. cons. gen. at Vienna Feb. 27, 1907 ; 
V c. at Vienna Feb. 6, 1915; assigned to Spanish 
Emb. at Vienna Apr. 14, 1917 ; to Am. Leg. at Berne 
Feb. 3, 1918 ; app., after exam., cons, of class six 
June 4, 1920, and detailed to Vienna ; For. Ser. officer 
of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Kovno June 
24. 1926 ; class six Oct. 20, 1926 ; assigned to Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main June 26, 1928 ; class five July 24, 
1930; married. 

Heintzleman, P. Stewart. — b. Fayettevllle, Pa., 
July 24, 1880 ; Chambersburg Acad. grad. ; Pennsyl- 
vania Coll., A. B. 1901 ; app., after exam., student 
interpreter in China Oct. 25, 1902 ; v. and dep. cons, 
gen. at Canton Oct. 5, 1904 ; v. and dep. cons, at 
Dalny Oct. 8, 1906; app. asst. to the 3d asst. sec. of 
state June 1, 1907 ; asst. in the Division of Far East- 
ern Affairs Mar. 20, 1908 ; cons, at Swatow Aug. 14, 
1908 (canceled) ; v. cons. gen. at Shanghai Nov. 16, 
1908 ; app. cons, at Chungking Jan. 22, 1909 (can- 
celed) ; assigned to the Dept. Nov. 24, 1909 ; cons, at 
Dalny June 24, 1910 (canceled) ; 2d sec. at Peking 
Aug. 16, 1910 ; asst. chief. Division of Far Eastern 
Affairs, June 27, 1911 ; cons. gen. at Mukden July 
28, 1914 : cons. g(>n. of class five by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915 ; class four and assigned to Canton Oct. 

27, 1916; to Tientsin Apr. 15, 1918; to H.inkow 
Sept. 8, 1919 ; For. Sor. officer of class three July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Winnipeg Apr. 15, 1985 ; married. 



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Heisler, Charles Harrington. — 6. Milford, Del., July 
20, 1888 ; Univ. of Del., B. S. 1911 ; Del. Nat. Guard 
1908-11 ; engineering with railroad and mining com- 
panies in U. S., Australia, and So. Africa two and one- 
half yrs. ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Johannes- 
burg Nov. 10, 1914 ; v. c. at Cape Town June 9, 1915 ; 
app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three May 
25, 1921 ; assigned to Kovno July 14, 1921 ; class two 
May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Riga June 20, 1922 ; class 
one Feb. 26, 1923; For Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 
1924 ; class eight and cons. Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to 
Malmo Sept. 17, 1924 ; to Warsaw May 19, 1926 ; 
class seven May 17, 1928; assigned to Danzig, temp., 
Oct. 10, 1928 ; to Warsaw Feb. 20, 1929 ; class six 
July 24, 1930 ; to Danzig Feb. 2, 1932 ; married. 

ttHeizer, Oscar Stuart. — 6. Kossuth, Iowa, Feb. 7, 
1868 ; attended high sch. ; Chautauqua course three 
yrs. ; studied law ; elk. and asst. cashier In bank 
1885-92 ; asst. treas. of the four Am. Missions in 
Turkey 1892-1906 ; app. dep. cons. gen. and inter- 
preter at Constantinople May 21, 1906 ; v. and dep. 
cons. gen. Jan. 18, 1908 ; also marshal July 3, 1911 ; 
resigned as interpreter July 1, 1913 ; v. c. at Con- 
stantinople Feb. 6, 1915 ; app., after exam., cons, of 
class eight Feb. 22, 1915, and assigned to Trebizond ; 
detailed to Constantinople June 5-Oct. 27, 1916 ; to 
Baghdad Jan. 25, 1917-June 30, 1920 ; class seven 
Sept. 14, 1917; class six Sept. 5, 1919; detailed to 
Jerusalem May 21, 1920 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; 
detailed to Constantinople Nov. 13, 1920 ; assigned 
to Jerusalem Oct. 6, 1923 ; class four Dec. 19, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Algiers Oct. 29, 1928 ; class four May 9. 1930 ; cons. 
gen. and assigned to Algiers May 4, 1932 ; retired 
Feb. 28, 19.33, under the provisions of the act of 
Feb. 23, 1931 ; married. 

Hemry, Susanna. — 6. McComb, Ohio ; attended high 
sch. and business sch. ; Tri-State Normal Sch. two 
yrs. ; Transylvania Coll. 1901-2 ; private tutors in 
German and French ; teacher in public sch. 1S96, 
1897, 1900, 1901; stenog. 1902-17; elk., War Dept., 
1918-23 ; app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept. of State 
Jan. 22, 1923: at $1,500 July 1. 1924; at .$1,620 
July 1. 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928; 
at $1,800 July 1, 19.30.— A-C/C. 

Henderson, Herbert Harvey. — I. Washington, D. C, 
Sept. 7, 1909 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
elk. 1924-25, in Gen. Accounting Office 1926-30 ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Oct. 9, 1930.— SS. 

Henderson, James Everett.— 6. Valdosta, Ga., June 
3, 1902; Univ. of Calif., B. S. 1923; mgr. of securi- 
ties Corp. 1922-30 ; studied under tutor in France 
1930-31 ; app.. after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. p. of carter, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Vancouver Jan. 20, 1932 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 22, 1933; married. — FSS. 

Henderson, Ley Wesley. — I. Rogers, Ark., June 28, 
1892 ; Northwestern Univ., A. B. 1915 ; Univ. of 
Denver Law Sch. one yr. ; N. Y. Univ. Grad. Sch. 
one yr. ; with Am. Red Cross in France 1918 ; mem. 
of Interallied Commn. to Germany for Repatriation 



of Prisoners of War ; with Am. Red Cross Commn. to 
Western Russia and the Baltic States 1919-20 ; in 
charge of Am. Red Cross in Germany 1920-21 ; app., 
after exam., v. c. of career of class three May 26, 
1922 ; assigned to Dublin Aug. 28, 1922 ; to Queens- 
town July 17, 1923 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. 
Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. 
Dec. 18, 1924 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 17, 1925 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1927 ; assigned as 
3d sec. at Riga, Kovno, and Tallinn May 12, 1927 ; 
class seven May 23, 1929 ; 2d sec. Oct. 19, 1929 ; as- 
signed to the Dept. Oct. 1, 1930 ; class six Feb. 27, 
1931 ; married.— EE. 

Hengstler, Herbert C. — 6. Middletown, Ohio, Dec. 
17, 1876 ; attended business sch. ; George Washington, 
LL. B., 1904 ; with paper mfg. firm 1895-98 ; app. 
elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State Aug. 13, 1898; at 
$1,000 June 25, 1900, effective July 1 ; at $1,200 
July 1, 1901 ; at $1,400 July 1, 1902 ; sec. to mem. 
of Cong, one yr. ; app. elk. at $1,600 Dec. 4, 1905 ; 
at $1,800 Mar. 4, 1907 ; chief. Cons. Bu., May 9, 
1907 ; mem. of Bd. on Supplies for the For. Ser. 
and of Bd. of Examiners for the Cons. Ser. ; act. 
chief. Cons. Bu., at $3,000 July 1, 1918 ; chief. Cons. 
Bu., at $3,500 Dec. 31, 1920, effective Jan. 1, 1921 ; 
dir. of purchases and sales for the Dept., mem. of 
B'ederal Purchasing Bd., Federal Liquidation Bd., and 
Federal Specifications Bd. since 1921 ; at $3,800 July 
1, 1924 ; chief. Division of For. Ser. Admin., Aug. 19, 
1924 ; at $5,200 Apr. 1, 1925 ; at $5,600 Feb. 1, 1926 ; 
at $6,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $6,500 Dec. 
1, 1930 ; tech. adviser. Fourth Pan American Cml. 
Conf., Washington, 1931. — FA. 

Henrotin, Frederick Fortunat. — b. Havre, France, 
of Am. parents, Dec. 7, 1884 ; attended high sch. in 
England and business sch. in France ; elk. in busi- 
ness firm and steamship office 1904-9 ; mgr. of im- 
porting firm 1909-17; U. S. Army 1917-19, maj., 
overseas service ; mgr. of Paris office of firm of mer- 
chants and bankers 1919-23 ; mgr. of business firm in 
Morocco 1923-24 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Casablanca Jan. 13, 1927 ; v. c. at Casablanca Apr. 
28, 1927 ; married. 

Henry, Frank Anderson. — b. Garden City, N. Y., 
Dec. 10, 1883 ; St. Austins Sch. ; Lehigh Univ., Ch. E. 
1900 ; with chemical company 1906-9 ; in experimental 
station of powder company 1910-12 ; app., after 
exam., cons, at Guadeloupe Aug. 23, 1912 ; cons, at 
Puerto Plata Nov. 24, 1913 ; cons, of class nine by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915; class eight Sept. 5, 193 6; 
assigned to Puerto Cahello Mar. 20, 1917 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919, and assigned to Tenerife ; class five 
Nov. 23, 1921; detailed to Barcelona Nov. 17, 1922; 
class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
five July 1, 1924 ; class four Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned 
to Valparaiso Dec. 26, 1930 ; married. 

Hester, •William Hughes.— b. Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 
6, 1899 ; chauffeur. War Dept., four yrs. ; app. chauf- 
feur in the Dept. of State Mar. 26, 1923.— MA. 

tfHewes, Clarence Bussey. — 6. Jeanerette, La., Feb. 
1, 1890 ; Univ. of Va., LL. B. 1914 ; Tulane Univ., LL. B. 



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1915 ; mem. of bar of La. ; law practice 1816-17 ; 
private sec. to an Interstate com. commr. 1917-18 ; 
app. elk., temp., at $1,500 in the Dept. of State Dec. 

16, 1918 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of 
class four Feb. 10, 1919, and detailed to the Dept. ; 
assigned to Panama July 29, 1919 ; class three June 
28, 1920 ; assigned to The Hague Aug. 31, 1920 ; to 
San Jose, Costa Kica, Mar. 1, 1922 ; to San Salvador 
July 21, 1922 ; to San Jos6 Mar. 21, 1923 ; to Guate- 
mala June 22, 1923 ; class two Jan. 23, 1924 ; assigned 
to Teking Apr. 24, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
four and assigned as 1st sec. at Peiping July 1. 
1924 ; pres., Admin. Commn. of Diplo. Quarter, Pei- 
ping, 1927-29 ; at Berlin Apr. 10, 1930 ; class three 
July 24, 1930 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Riga Dec. 22, 
1(131 ; resigned June :J0, 1933 ; married. 

Hibbard, Frederick Pomeroy. — b. Denison, Tex., 
July 25, 1894 ; Culver Mil. Acad. ; Univ. of Tex., B. A. 
1917 ; grad. work, Harvard, one yr. ; U. S. Army 
1917-19 ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of 
class four Nov. 15, 1920 ; assigned to Warsaw Jan. 5, 
1921 ; to London Jan. 8, 1924 ; class three Jan. 23, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class six and assigned as 
2d sec. at London July 1, 1924 ; at Warsaw Feb. 2, 
1926; at Mexico City July 1, 1926; class five May 

17, 1928 ; assigned to San Salvador July 27, 1928 
(canceled) ; to La Paz Mar. 1, 1929 ; class four July 
24. 1930 ; assigned to Prague Sept. 20, 1930 ; to the 
Dept. July 21, 1932.— WE. 

Hibbs, Walter Perry. — b. Washington, D. C, Aug. 

18, 1892 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; elk. 
and stenog.. District govt., 1908-17 ; app. elk., temp., 
at $900 in the Dept. of State June 18, 1917 ; at $1,000 
Oct. 1, 1917 ; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1918 ; at $1,320 Nov. 
1, 1919 ; at $1,800 Dec. 29, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 
1920; permanently Apr. 8, 1920; at $2,100 July 1, 
1924; at $2,200 Mar. 1, 1927; at $2,400 July 1, 1928 
{Welch Act) ; at $2,500 July 1, 1928 ; at $2,600 Dec. 
1, 1928; at $2,800 July 1, 1930.— PD. 

Hickerson, John Dewey. — b. Crawford, Tex., Jan. 
26, 1898; Univ. of Tex., B. A. 1920; U. S. Army 
1918 ; lecturer on cons, practice, Georgetown Sch. of 
For. Ser., 1928- ; app. v. c. and elk. at Tampico July 
9, 1920 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class 
three Sept. 7, 1920, and assigned to Tampico ; class 
two May 26, 1922 ; assigned to Rio de Janeiro July 
15, 1922 ; class one Feb. 26, 1923 ; cons, of class 
seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Parfl Aug. 15, 1924 ; to 
Ottawa June 20. 1925; class seven Aug. 31, 1925; 
class six June 30, 1927 ; assigned to the Dept. Aug. 
18, 1927; class five May 23, 1929; asst. chief. Division 
of Western European Affairs, June 24, 1930 ; class 
four Fob. 4, 1931 ; resigned Mar. 31, 1931 ; app. asst. 
chief, Division of Western European Affairs, at $6,500 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 1, 1931 ; married. — WE. 

Hickok, Thomas Anderson. — b. Rochester, Pa., July 
12, 1906 ; Hamilton Coll., B. A. 1927 ; draftsman 
1927-28 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and T. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to 
Toronto, temp., Nov. 27, 1929 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 



Apr. 19, 1930 ; to Beirut July 22, 1930 ; to Jerusalem 
Feb. 19, 1931. 

Hicks, James Carroll. — b. Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 
16, 1911 ; high sch. grad.; Ga. Sch. of Tech. 1929-30; 
elk. 1930-31 ; app. elk., temp., at $1,440 in the Dept. 
<if State Mar. 30, 1031 ; permanently June 20, 1931 ; 
married. — BA. 

Hicks, Knowlton Vincent. — b. Waterford, N. Y., 
June 22, 1902; Troy Conservatory of Music 1914-20; 
Hamburg Univ. 1928—30 ; engineering and clerical 
work 1917-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Ghent 
Oct. 13, 1923 ; at Hamburg July 15, 1924 ; v. C. at 
Hamburg Dec. 17, 1924 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career Apr. 27, 1927; 
assigned to Hamburg May 9, 1927 ; class eight, cons., 
and assigned to Hamburg Feb. 4, 1931 ; to Goteborg 
Dec. 17, 1931 ; married. 

Higgins, Lawrence. — 6. Boston, Mass., Nov. 10, 
1896; Phillips Exeter; Harvard, A. B. 1918, A. M. 
1923 ; Univ. of Grenoble, France, 1925 ; civilian vol- 
unteer, U. S. War Coll., 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-20, 
capt., overseas service ; asst. mil. att. at Paris 1919 : 
bank elk. 1921 ; Instructor in mil. hist.. Harvard, 
1921-25 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. 
May 28, 1926 ; v. c. of career June 15, 1926 ; assigned 
to Mexico City Sept. 21, 1927 ; to Puerto Mexico, 
temp., Apr. 9, 1928; to Mexico City Aug. 16, 1928; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at Panama Nov. 16, 1929 ; at Tegucigalpa Oct. 11, 
1930; married. 

Higgs, Lahtahnius Bandolph. — b. Shannon, Miss., 
Sept. 9, 1909 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Miss. 1927- 
30 ; Univ. of Ala., summer 1929 ; Georgetown Sch. of 
For. Ser. 1930-31 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Tampico Jan. 23, 
1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 22, 1933. — FSS. 

Hill, Hayward Gibbes. — b. Hammond, La., Jan. 16, 
1900 ; La. State Univ. 1916-20 ; private tutors In 
France and Alliance Frangaise 1927 ; chief chemist 
and asst. supt. for sugar companies in Hawaii and 
Cuba 1920-26 ; asst. sugar technologist, Bu. of Chem- 
istry, including research work in U. S. and Porto 
Rico, 1928-30 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
July 17, 1930 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 26, 
1930 ; as v. c. at Kobe Nov. 8, 1930 ; at Taihoku, 
temp., Sept. 4, 1931 ; at Kobe Oct. 19, 1931 ; at Yoko- 
hama Nov. 23, 1931. 

Hill, James. — b. Nov. 11, 1869 ; employed In War 
Dept. ; app. laborer In the Dept. of State Dec. 10, 
1925.— CC. 

Hill, John Lyman.— &. Tomah, Wis., Sept. 5, 1908; 
high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 
1928-29 ; George Washington Univ. 1930- ; sec. In 
law office 1927 ; in War Dept. 1927-28 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Jan. 1, 1929; at $1,560 
July 1, 1930; at $1,800 Sept. 1, 1931.— A-C/C. 



BIOGRAPHIES 



189 



Hill, Ralph Waldo Snowden h. Washingjton, D. C, 

Aug. 20, 1882; Univ. of Mo. 1905-6; Univ. of Va., 
LL. B. 1909 ; George Washington Univ. 1909-10 ; 
L'ficole Libre des Sciences Politiques 1910-11; mem. 
of bar of Mo. ; sec. of Univ. of Va. summer sch. 
1908 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1913-16 ; law practice 
1913-16 ; app. an asst. solicitor at $2,500, temp., in 
the Dept. of State May 23, 1916; permanently June 
22, 1916, effective July 1; at $3,000 Oct. 22, 1917; 
asst. to the solicitor at $4,000 Dec. 31, 1919, effective 
Jan. 1, 1920 ; drafting officer July 1, 1920 ; at $4,500 
Apr. 1, 1924 ; at $4,600 July 1, 1924 ; at $5,200 Sept. 
16, 1924 ; adviser to Am. unofficial observer. Repara- 
tions Commn., 1924 ; Am. expert, Finance Minister's 
Conf. to allocate Dawes payments, Paris, 1925 ; rep- 
resentative, Conf. with British authorities on release 
of property sequestered during World War, London, 
1925, 1927 ; at $5,600 May 1, 1925 ; detailed to Am. 
Emb. at Berlin to advise on reparations matters July 
9, 1925 ; acted in place of Am. unofficial observer, 
Reparations Commn., Paris, Mar.-June, 1925, and as 
unofficial Am. observer 1925-27; at $7,000 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; designated, temp., as legal adviser 
to Am. High Commr. to Haiti Mar. 1, 1930, but did 
not go in view of decision to withdraw High Commr. ; 
asst. to the legal adviser July 1, 1931 ; on special 
mission in London 1931. — LE. 

Himmel, Lyle Clifford. — h. Radcliffe, Iowa, July 4, 
1907 ; high sch. grad. ; Huron Coll. 1925-28 ; Univ. 
of Minn. 1928-30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Call 
Aug. 16, 1930 ; v. c. at Buenaventura, temp., Apr. 21, 
1931 ; at Call Aug. 4, 1931 ; at Buenaventura June 
15, 1032, 

Hiner, Zern.— &. Peru, Ind., May 12, 1899 ; Purdue, 
B.S.A. 1921 ; Int. Accountants Society, grad. 1930 ; 
LaSalle Ext. Univ. 1927-30; secretary 1916-17; U. S. 
Army 1918 ; elk. 1918-19 ; stonog. 1922-23 ; mgr., 
book dept., 1925-26 ; accountant 1927-31 ; app. elk., 
Dist. Acct. and Disbursing Office at Ottawa, June 20, 
1931 ; asst. dist. acct. and disbursing officer at Ottawa 
Nov. 20. 1931 ; also v. c. at Ottawa Jan. 29, 1932. 

Hinke, Frederick William. — 6. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Sept. 8, 1900 ; Hamilton Coll., A. B. 1922 ; U. S. Army 
1918 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at San Luis PotosI 
Feb. 15, 1923; v. c. at Antllla Nov. 24, 1923; app., 
after exam., cons. asst. Jan. 7, 1924 ; detailed to the 
Dept. Apr. 19, 1924 ; app. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924 ; v. c. at Canton Feb. 25, 1926 ; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Canton July 24, 1930 ; 
to Mazatl.'in July 11, 1932; married. 

Hinkle, Eugene Macfarlane. — b. New York City Jan. 
13, 1902 ; Groton Sch. grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1923 ; 
In steel construction business 1923-24 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. Sept. 11, 1925 ; v. c. 
of career and assigned to the Dept. May 28, 1926 ; to 
Cape Town June 18, 1927 ; to Lourengo Marques, 
temp., Jan. 14. 1928; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 13, 
1929; assigned as 3d sec. at Constantinople (Istan- 
bul) Aug. 6, 1929 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 19, 
1929 ; class seven July 1, 1931. 



Hinkle, Terry Stewart.— &. New York City I'eb. 21, 
1904 ; Blair Acad. grad. ; Cornell, A. B. 1925 ; at- 
tended business sch. ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career July 5, 1927 ; as- 
signed to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; to Singa- 
pore Feb. 24, 1928; to Penang, temp., Sept. 4, 1929; 
to Singapore Nov. 12, 1929 ; to Halifax Feb. 3, 1931. 

Hirst, Ralph Keen.— b. Purcellville, Va., July 21, 
1901 ; attended high sch. ; U. S. Navy 1920-23 ; elk., 
Govt, depts., 1923-25 ; salesman 1926-29 ; app. elk. 
at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Apr. 4, 1929 ; at $1,620 
July 1, 1930 ; married. — DCR. 

Hitch, Calvin Milton. — 5. Morven, Ga.. July 28, 
1869 ; high sch. grad. ; Emory Coll. 1887-89 ; attended 
business sch. ; mem. of bar of Ga. ; solicitor of 
county court 1892-96 ; mem. of Ga. Legislature 1896- 
97 ; executive sec. to three governors of Ga. 1898- 
1907 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1907-10 ; sec. to state 
executive committee 1911-12 ; app. asst. chief, Di- 
vision of Latin American Affairs, July 2, 1913 ; cons, 
of class five Feb. 22, 1915, and assigned to Notting- 
ham ; class four Sept. 14, 1917 ; detailed to the Dept. 
June-Oct. 1919 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; assigned 
to Basel M4r. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class four 
July 1, 1924 ; class three Dec. 17, 1925 ; class two 
July 24, 1930 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Wellington 
Oct. 9, 1930 ; married. 

Hix, Beryl. — b. El Dorado, Kans., Mar. 28, 1909 ; 
high sch. grad. ; El Dorado Jr. Coll. 1927-29 ; George 
Washington Univ. 1930- ; stenog. and elk. 1926-29; 
auditor and accountant 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 
lin the Dept. of State Sept. 15, 1930; at $1,620 Aug. 
14, 1931.— DCR. 

Hobbs, James Arthur. — b. Savannah, Ga., Sept. 14, 
1908 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. 1931- ; seaman 1927-28 ; stenog. 1928- 
30 ; elk., War Dept., 1931 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Sept. 9, 1931.— DCR. 

Hobbs, Wanda Nash (Mrs,)- &. St. Albans, Vt. ; 
high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 1929-32 ; 
National Univ. Law Sch. 1932-33; stenog. 1927-29, 
in Veterans' Bu. 1929-31 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State May 16, 1931 ; at $1,620 July 17, 
1931.— FA. 

Hodgdon, Anderson Dana. — b. Baltimore, Md., May 
8, 1890 ; Charlotte Hall Mil. Sch. grad. ; Washington 
and Lee Univ., A. B. 1911; Univ. of Md., LL. B. 
1914 ; grad. work, Johns Hopkins, 1912-14 ; mem. of 
bar of Md. ; with trust company 1913-14 ; law prac- 
tice 1914-17, 1919-23; Md. Naval Militia 1914-17; 
Nat. Naval Volunteers 1917 ; U. S. Naval Reserve 
Force 1918-19, It. comdr. ; inactive list since 1919 ; 
app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three June 
21, 1923 ; assigned to Prague Nov. 19, 1923 ; to Stutt- 
gart June 18, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 
1, 1924 ; assigned to Windsor June 4, 1927 ; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Windsor Aug. 24, 1927 ; 
to the Dept. Mar. 22, 1928 ; asst. chief Visa Office, 
Feb. 1, 1929 ; class seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; chief. Visa 
Office, July 1, 1930 ; detailed to attend consular 



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conferences at London, Stuttgart, and Warsaw, in 
connection with enforcement of laws and regulations 
relating to issuance of visas, 1930 ; chief, Visa Divi- 
sion, Jan. 1, 1931 ; resigned Jan. 31, 1931 ; app. 
chief. Visa Division, at .$5,600 in the Dept. of State 
Feb. 1, 1931 ; married. — VD. 

Hoffmann, Erich William August. — b. Milwaukee, 
Wis., Aug. 22, 1896 ; attended sch. in Germany ; pri- 
vate tutoring in Denmark ; Univ. of Wis., B. A. 1926 ; 
shipping elk. In export and import house in Copen- 
hagen 1918-19 ; asst. export mgr. in Berlin 1919- 
20; post office elk. in U. S. 1921-22; 2d It, O. R. C. ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Budapest Apr. 22, 1927 ; 
V. c. at Budapest Feb. 5, 1930 ; at Tirana Dec. 5, 1931. 

Hoffmann, Walter Wesselhoeft. — ft. Belmont, Mass., 
Dec. 20, 1897 ; Kansas City Country Day Sch. grad. ; 
Harvard. A. B. 1919; Calif. Inst, of Tech. 1922-23; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; export business 1919-20 ; 
asst. purser and agent for steamship company 1924- 
30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Fort Lim6n May 
22, 1931 ; V. c. at Port Lim6n Aug. 6, 1931 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. 
at Port Limon Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Aug. 16, 1932; to Auckland, temp., Dec. 8, 1932; to 
Wellington Dec. 22, 1932. 

ttHogan, Leo Paul. — 6. East Orange, N. J., Apr. 28, 
1908; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 1930; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Nov. 18, 1929 ; to Rio de Janeiro July 1, 1930 ; 
to Buenos Aires June 15, 1931 ; to Montevideo Mar. 
21, 1932; resigned Oct. 7, 1932. 

Hohenthal, Theodore Johannes. — b. Daggett, Calif,, 
Aug. 14, 1905 ; Univ. of Calif., A.B. 1928, LL.B. 1931 ; 
mem. of bar of Calif. ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Dec. 30, 1931 ; as v. c. at Zagreb Apr. 7, 1932 ; mar- 
ried. 

Holland, Amy Catherine. — b. Fitchburg, Mass. ; Rad- 
cliffe Coll., A. B. 1918 ; Spanish Sch., Middlebury 
Coll., 1921 ; Colegio de los Pirineos, Barcelona, Spain, 
1923; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Jan. 
15, 1927; archive asst. at $1,860 Oct. 1, 1927; at 
$2,000 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,100 July 1, 
1928; at $2,300 July 1, 1930; library asst. Nov. 1, 
1930 ; divisional asst. Oct. 1, 1931. — NE. 

Holland, PhUip. — b. Murray, Ky., Aug. 26, 1877 ; 
McFerrins Coll., Martin, Tenn., 1892-94, 1897 ; private 
tutor ; Southwestern Baptist Univ., LL. B. 1902 ; 
mem. of bar of Tenn. ; teacher in public sch. 1898 ; 
law practice 1902-10 ; app., after exam., cons, at 
Puerto Plata Mar. 7, 1910 ; at Saltillo Aug. 19, 1911 ; 
at Basel June 26, 1913 ; cons, of class six by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Sept. 14, 1917 ; 



class four. Apr. 7, 1920 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; 
assigned to Guatemala Mar. 30, 1923 ; cons. gen. of 
class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
three July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Liverpool Sept. 20, 
1927 ; class two July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Holler, John Emanuel. — b. Chambersburg, Pa., Apr. 

23, 1899; Hamilton Coll., A. B. 1921; studied law; 
U. S. Army 1918 ; app. elk. hi Am. Consulate at 
Bilbao, Spain, Sept. 1921 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Sept. 30, 1922 ; assigned to 
Bilbao Oct. 7, 1922 ; to Gibraltar Dec. 18, 1922 ; to 
Venice June 2, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 
1, 1924 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Venice 
Aug. 15, 1930; to Matamoros May 27, 1931; to ColOn 
Oct. 22, 1932; married. 

Holmes, Franklin A. — 6. Emory, Tex., Mar. 18, 
1906 ; attended business sch. ; North Tex. State 
Teachers Coll. 1922-24 ; George Washington, A. B. 
1930, Law Sch. 1931- ; clk.-typist, Navy Dept., 1924- 
26; app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Nov. 

18, 1927 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at 
$1,620 July 1, 1928 ; at $1,740 July 1, 1930 ; at $2,000 
Jan. 1, 1931 ; asst. disbursing officer July 3, 1931 ; at 
$2,600 July 6, 1931.— DO. 

Holmes, Julius Cecil. — b. Pleasanton, Kans., Apr. 

24, 1899 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Kans. three and 
one-half yr's. ; U. S. Army 1918 ; 1st It., O. R. C. ; 
insur. business 1921-25 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass. Mar. 20, 1925 ; also v. c. of career 
and assigned to Marseille Sept. 2, 1925 ; to Smyrna 
Dec. 10, 1926 ; to Tirana July 9, 1929 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Oct. 16, 1929 ; as.^igned also as 3d sec. 
at Tirana Oct. 23, 1929 ; class eight, cons., and 
assigned to Tirana July 24, 1930 ; as 3d sec. at 
Bucharest Sept. 15, 1930 ; married. 

Holsinger, Otto Rudolph. — b. Broadway, Va., Oct. 
12, 1912; messenger. Civil Ser. Commn., 1929-30; 
app. asst. messenger in the Dept. of State May 10, 
1930.— CR. 

Honaker, Samuel William. — b. Tampa, Fla., Mar. 
14, 1887 ; Bingham Sch. ; Univ. of Va., A. B., A. M. ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at Rio de Janeiro 
Mar. 1913 ; dep. cons. gen. at Rio de Janeiro July 

19, 1913 ; V. c. at Rio de Janeiro Feb. 6, 1915 ; aide. 
Second Pan American Scientific Cong., Washington, 
1915-16 ; at Johannesburg Jan. 18, 1916 ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class eight Feb. 19, 1918 ; on detail 
at Johannesburg; class six Sept. 5, 1919; detailed to 
Lourengo Marques Mar. 7, 1921 ; class five Nov. 21, 
1921 ; detailed to the Dept. May 6, 1922 ; class four 
Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed to Kingston, Jamaica, Dec. 24, 
1923 ; to Teheran June 23, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Sept. 20, 1924 ; as- 
signed to Smyrna Oct. 30, 1924 ; to the Dept. Nov. 19, 
1926 ; to Port au Prince July 12, 1927 ; to Berne 
Sept. 12, 1929 ; class three Aug. 15, 1930 ; cons. gen. 
Dec. 17, 1931; assigned to Glasgow Dec. 22, 1931; 
married. 



BIOGRAPHIES 



191 



Honey, Robertson. — b. Montevallo, Ala., Aug. 17, 
1870 ; attended Harvard ; Politecbnikum, Hannover, 
Germany ; tutors in Germany and France ; U. S. M. A., 
giad. 1893; Univ. of Md., LL. B. 1890; mem. of bars 
of Md. and N. T. ; law elk. 1888-89; D. S. Army 
1893-98. 'Id It. ; instructor in law. U. S. M. A., 
1896-97; asst. dist. atty. 1898-1900; N. Y. Nat. Guard 
1900-1901, maj. ; law practice 1900-1914; app., after 
exam., cons., at Madrid Apr. 24, 1914; cons, of class 
eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915; class seven July 
14, 1916, and assigned to Catania ; assigned to 
Bristol Aug. 31, 1918 ; class six June 4, 1920 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to 
Hamilton, Bermuda, July 23, 1924 ; class six May 23, 
1929 ; assigned to Nice and Monaco Sept. 4, 1929 ; 
married. 

Hoover, Charles Louis. — b. Oskaloosa, Iowa, Jan. 11, 
1872 ; high sch. grad. ; private tutors ; Univ. of Mo. ; 
Cotner Univ. two yrs. ; with cattle company, asst. 
engineer in mining company, and principal of sch. ; 
post office dept., bu. of education, and division supt. 
of sch., Philippine Is. ; app., after exam., cons, at 
Madrid June 4, 1909 ; at Carlsbad Aug. 22, 1912 ; at 
Prague July 17, 1914 ; cons, of class six by act ap- 
proved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Aug. 3, 1916. and as- 
signed to Sao Paulo ; class four Apr. 28, 1920 ; re- 
signed May 14, 1920 ; reapp. cons, of class four July 
19, 1921 ;" assigned to Danzig Sept. 19, 1921 ; to 
Batavia July 21, 1922 ; For. Ser. officer of class five 
July 1, 1924 ; class four Feb. 24, 1925 ; cons. gen. and 
assigned to Batavia May 7, 1927 ; to Amsterdam Oct. 
18. 1927 ; class three May 23, 1929 ; representative. 
Fifth Cong, of the Int. Chamber of Com., Amsterdam, 
1929 ; class two July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Hopkins, William T. — b. Rathbum, Tenn., July 9, 
1893 ; Tenn. Mil. Inst., grad. 1913 ; Georgetown, 
LL.B. 1921 ; commandant, Tenn. Mil. Inst., 1917-18 ; 
U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It., overseas service; elk., 
Dept. of State, 1919-21 ; asst. mgr., mfg. firms, 1921- 
29; salesman 1930-31; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Oct. 28, 1931; married. — DCR. 

Hopper, George Dunlap. — b. Stanford, Ky., July 
13, 1889 ; attended business sch. ; Centre Coll., A. B. 
1913 ; Univ. of Louisville, LL. B. 1916 ; mem. of bar 
of Ky. ; mercantile business 1907-11 ; principal of 
sch. 1913-14 ; law practice 1916-17 ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class eight Sept. 14, 1917 ; detailed 
to Stockholm Nov. 27, 1917; Inter- Allied Black List 
Committee and del., War Trade Bd., Stockholm. 1919 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed to the Dept. Dec. 11, 
1919 ; to Rotterdam June 11, 1920 ; to Hamburg Mar. 
8, 1923 ; assigned to Dunkirk Nov. 27, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; class six Feb. 24, 
1925 ; assigned to Antofagasta June 20, 1925 ; to the 
Dept. Jan. 2, 1929 ; to Montreal Apr. 11, 1929 ; class 
five Dec. 19, 1929 ; married. 

Hoppmann, Gladys Alena (Mrs.) — b. Gibbon, Nebr. ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Nebr. State Teach- 
ers Coll. 1926-27, 192,S-29 ; George Washington Univ. 
1929- ; stenog. and sec. 1925-28; stenog., Patent 



Office, 1929-30; app. elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of 
State Nov. 25, 1930.— ME. 

Horan, Aloysius Oscar. — b. Washington, D. C, Oct. 
27, 1898 ; attended business high sch. ; stenog. and 
elk. 1915-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; in Bu. of En- 
graving and Printing 1919-26 ; app. elk. at $1,500 in 
the San Francisco Passport Agency of the Dept. of 
State May 16, 1928; at $1,620 July 1. 1928; at 
$1,680 Jan. 1, 1929; at $1,800 Aug. 1, 1929; at 
$2,200 Dec. 1, 1930. 

Horn, Grace McMahon (Mrs.) — b. Marietta, Ohio; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; stenog. and elk. 
1916-21 ; elk., Dept. of State, 1921-25 ; reapp. elk. 
at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Nov. 15, 1928; at 
$1,620 Mar. 1, 1929 ; at $1,800 July 1, 1930.— SS. 

Horn, Thomas Stanislaus. — b. Duquoin, 111., June 
24, 1894 ; business sch. grad. ; Washington Univ., 
LL. B. 1919 ; mem. of bars of Mo. and D. C. ; law 
elk., Bu. of Natur.alization, 1918 ; advertising mgr. 
1919-20 ; in foreign dept. of bank 1920-21 ; sec. and 
international lawyer 1922 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three May 26, 1922 ; assigned to 
Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 28, 1922 ; to Tampico May 
12, 1923 ; class two May 10, 1924 ; assigned to Salina 
Cruz May 22, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Saltillo Dec. 24, 1924 ; class eight 
and cons. Dec. 17, 1925 ; assigned to Saltillo Dec. 18, 
1925 ; to La Paz Feb. 28, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned also as 3d sec. at La Paz 
May 21, 1928 ; as cons, at Antofagasta Mar. 4, 1929 ; 
class seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned as cons, and 2d 
sec. at AsunciSn Mar. 30, 1931. 

Hornbeck, Stanley Kuhl. — b. Franklin, Mass., May 
4, 1883 ; Univ. of Colo. 1899-1901 ; Univ. of Denver, 
A. B. 1903 ; Oxford, B. A. 1907 ; Univ. of Wis., Ph. D. 
1911 ; instructor in Univ. of Wis., 1908-9 ; in Chinese 
Govt. Coll. 1909-13; asst. and assoc. prof, of politi- 
cal science, Univ. of Wis., 1914-17 ; lecturer, Univ. 
of Mich., summer 1917 ; special expert, U. S. Tariff 
Commn., 1917-18, 1919-20, 1921; tech. expert, Far 
Eastern Division, Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, 
1918-19 ; U. S. Army 1918-19, capt., overseas service ; 
on staff of Maj. Gen. James G. Harbord on Am. Mil. 
Mission to Armenia Aug.-Oct. 1919 ; travel in Far 
East 1920-21 ; tech. expert, Am. del. to Conf. on 
Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921 ; draft- 
ing officer in Office of Economic Adviser, Dept. of 
State, 1921-24 ; It. col.. Res. ; Wllliamstown Inst, of 
Politics, round table leader 1922, special speaker 
1927 ; lecturer on hist, of Far East, Harvard, 1924- 
28 ; mem. Inst, of Pacific Relations ; tech. adviser, 
Am. del., Special Conf. on Chinese Customs Tariff, 
Peking, 1925-26 ; app. drafting officer at $6,000 in the 
Dept. of State and designated chief. Division of Far 
Eastern Affairs, Feb. 15, 1928 ; at $8,000 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; representative of Dept., Fifth 
Cong, of the Int. Chamber of Com., Amsterdam, 
1929 ; representative of the Dept. of State, Sixth Gen. 
Cong, of the Int. Chamber of Com., Washington, 
1931.— FE. 



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Horter, Elizabeth (Mrs.) — b. Pliiladelphia, Pa. ; 
Univ. of I'a., B. S. ; teacher of history ; asst. to curator 
of museum ; research asst. ; app. elk. at $2,300 in the 
Dept. of State May 29, 1933.— S A. 

Hosmer, Charles Bridgham. — 5. Hudson, Mass.. 
July 15, 1889 ; Univ. of Me., LL. B. 1911 ; Diplo. and 
Cons. Sem., National Univ., Habana, Cuba, grad. 
1922; George Washington, LL. M. 1929; mem. of 
bar of Me. ; law practice 1911-18 ; sec. to mem. of 
Cong. ; lecturer on cons, practice, Georgetown Sch. 
of For. Ser., 1927-30 ; app. v. c. at Habana Jan. 9, 
1919 ; app., after exam., v. c. of career of class three 
May 24, 1920, and assigned to Habana ; class two 
Not. 17, 1921 ; class one May 26, 1922 ; assigned to 
Santo Domingo Dec. 22, 1922 ; cons, of class seven 
Mar. 1, 1923; assigned to Santo Domingo Mar. 28, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
class seven Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Sherbrocke 
Oct. 5, 1925 ; to the Dept. Dec. 15, 1926 ; mem., 
Inter-dept. Committee on Codification of Navigation 
Laws, 1927-30 ; class six May 17, 1928 ; tech. ad- 
viser. Pan American Commn. on Customs Procedure 
and Port Formalities, Washington, 1929 ; class five 
Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to Naples Nov. 26, 1930 ; class 
four July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Hottel, Marjorie Virginia. — b. Hancock, W. Va. ; 
attended business sch. ; Hood Coll., A. B. 1927 ; West- 
ern Reserve Univ. 1927-28 ; Amer. Univ. 1930-31 ; 
Columbia Sch. of Drafting 1932-33 ; case worker and 
sec. with associated charities 1927-30 ; typist. Inter- 
nal Revenue, Feb.-Aug. 1930 ; app. elk. at $1,620 in 
the Dept. of State Aug. 16, 1930. — HA. 

Houck, Fred Henry. — b. Washington, D. C, Aug. 
19. 1890 ; attended public sch. and business sch. ; 
studied under private tutor two yrs. ; elk., U. S. 
Navy Yard, 1907-13 ; life insur. salesman 1913-17 ; 
Army field clerk 1917-20 ; app. elk. in Am. Leg. at 
Berne May 5, 1920 ; in Am. Consulate at Hamburg 
July 1, 1921 ; at Rotterdam Aug. 1921 ; at Ham- 
burg Nov. 1, 1921 ; V. c. at Hamburg Apr. 24, 1922 ; 
at Ghent May 27. 1924 ; at Lille Mar. 9, 1926 ; at 
Ghent May 26. 1926; at Cherbourg June 10, 1926; 
married. 

Hovgren, Luella I. 0. (Mrs.) — b. Attleboro, Mass. ; 
high sch. grad. ; secretary 1919-31 ; app. elk. at .$1,440 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 15, 1931 ; at $1,620 Oft. 27, 
1931.— VD. 

Howard, Herbert Seymour (Capt.) — b. Buffalo, N. Y., 

Aug. 5, 1SS4 ; Nichols Sch. ; U.S.N.A., grad. 1904 ; 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., M. S. 1909 ; as.signed as asst. 
nav. att. at Paris May 31, 1932 ; also at London, 
Rome, Berlin, and The Hague June 4, 1932 ; married. 

Howell, Williamson Smith, Jr.— b. Bryan, Tex., Nov. 
10, 1890 ; attended private sch. ; Univ. of Tex. one 
yr. ; studied law ; law practice 1912-16 ; app., after 
exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
assigned to San Jos6 Aug. 10, 1916 ; unassigned from 
Nov. 10, 1916 ; app., temp., in the Dept. of State Nov. 
8. 1917 ; elk. in the Am. Emb. at London, temp., 
Dec. 1, 1917 ; sec. of emb. or leg. of class four May 3, 
1918; assigned to London July 5, 1918; class three 



Dec. 20, 1919; assigned to Prague June 14, 1920; to 
Habana July 13, 1922 ; class two Dec. 4, 1922 ; as- 
signed to Panama Mar. 4, 1924 ; For. Ser. oflBcer of 
class four July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 1st sec. at War- 
saw July 17, 1924; to the Dept. Jan. 29, 1926; at 
Mexico City Jan. 21, 1928; at London Dec. 1, 1928; 
at Paris Feb. 2, 1929; class three May 23, 1929; 
class two July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Howze, Eoline. — b. Winona, Miss. ; attended public, 
private, and business sch. ; Centenary Coll., Ward 
Sem., and Univ. of Miss. ; stenog. 1913-21 ; app. elk. 
at $1,000 in the Dept. of State Nov. 21, 1921 ; 
at $1,080 Sept. 1, 1922; at $1,140 Oct. 16, 1922; at 
$1,200 Dec. 30, 1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923 ; at $1,500 
July 1, 1924; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1925; at $1,620 Dec. 
1, 1925; at $1,680 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,740 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 1928; at $1,920 
July 1, 1930; at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act).— SS. 

Hoyt, Elton Maynard. — b. South Norwalk, Conn., 
Mar. 30. 1900; Univ. Prep. Sch., Charleston, S. C, 
grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. 1922-23 ; U. S. 
Army 1919-20, overseas service ; elk. 1920-22 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate at Yarmouth. N. S., Mar. 3, 
1923 ; V. c. at Yarmouth July 18, 1923 ; at Charlotte- 
town Oct. 13, 1924 ; at Yarmouth Dec. 23, 1924 ; at 
Charlottetown Jan. 6, 1925 ; at Yarmouth Jan. 20, 
1925 ; at Ottawa July 16. 1925 ; at St. Stephen, N. B., 
Apr. 18, 1930; at Yarmouth, temp., Aug. 21, 1931; 
at Niagara Falls Nov. 21, 1931 ; married. 

Hoyt, Ira Ford. — b. South Norwalk, Conn., July 2, 
1876 ; attended high sch. ; theatrical enterprises 1892- 
1918 ; mem. of gen. assembly of Conn. 1907-8 ; commr. 
of charities, Derby, Conn., 1908 ; app. elk., temp., at 
$2,000 in the Dept. of State June 17, 1918 ; at $2,500 
Oct. 1, 1918 ; passport agt. at $2,000 in N. Y. Pass- 
port Agency Aug. 12, 1919 ; at $3,000 June 18. 1921, 
effective July 1 ; at $3,200 July 1, 1925 ; at $3,600 
Nov. 1. 1926; at $3,800 July 1, 1927; at $4,000 May 
1, 1928 : at $4,600 July 1, 1928 ; at $4,800 May 1, 
1930 ; married. 

Hubbard, Phil Henry. — b. Middletown Springs. Vt., 
Feb. 20, 1897 ; Troy Conf. Acad. ; Valparaiso Univ. 
1920-22 ; Univ. of Chicago, Ph. B. 1924 ; with cmL 
firms 1916-17, 1925-26 ; U. S. Navy 1917-19 ; sales- 
man 1924-25 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Breslau 
Mar. 1, 1926; v. c. at Breslau July 30, 1926; at 
Stuttgart, temp., June 13, 1927 ; at Breslau July 22, 
1927 ; at Berlin Apr. 7, 1928 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. ofllcer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; 
assigned to Berlin May 29, 1928 ; to Breslau, temp., 
July 13, 1928 ; to Berlin Oct. 4, 1928 ; to Manchester 
Sept. 12, 1929 ; to Liverpool June 29, 1931 ; married. 

Hubner, John, 2d. — b. Catonsville, Md., Nov. 15, 
1904 ; Tome Sch., Ridgefield Sch., Hill Sch. ; Johns 
Hopkins Univ. 1921-23; Cornell Univ. 1924-25; em- 
ployed with bank in Paris 1926 ; cml. work 1927-28 ; 
sec. in France 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 16, 1930; assigned to the Dept., temp., Dec. 20, 
1930; to the For. Ser. Sch. Mar. 31. 1931 ; to Mukden 
June 20, 1931; to Tientsin May 26, 1932; married. 



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Huddle, Jerome Klahr. — h. Bettsville, Ohio, Mar. 
25, 1891 ; Heidelberg Univ., Ohio, three yrs. ; George 
Washington Univ. one yr. ; newspaper and cml. ex- 
perience ; principal in high sch. and teacher in acad. ; 
app., after exam., cons. asst. Mar. 24, 1915, and de- 
tailed to the Dept. ; with Am. Commn. to Negotiate 
Peace, Paris, 1918; cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919; 
detailed to Paris Oct. 15, 1919; to Berlin Feb. 9, 
1920 ; class six June 4, 1920 ; detailed to Warsaw 
Sept. 28, 1920 ; to Hamburg Sept. 20, 1921 ; class 
Ave Nov. 19, 1921 ; class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Apr. 28, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
five July 1, 1924 ; class four Aug. 8, 1924 ; chief, 
Division of Passport Control, Nov. 4, 1925 ; assigned 
to Cologne Dec. 9, 1926 ; class three June 8, 1927 ; 
class two Dec. 31, 1929 ; cons. gen. June 4, 1930 ; 
assigned to Warsaw July 9, 1930 ; married. 

Huddleston, John Fletcher. — b. Forsyth, Ga., July 
19, 1892 ; attended high sch. ; advertising course ; 
Univ. of Fla. 1910-13 ; messenger, Cong, committee, 
1913-16 ; U. S. Navy 1916-20, It. ; grocery business 
1920-21 ; advertising salesman 1921-23 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three Oct. 6, 1923 ; as- 
signed to Milan Nov. 19, 1923; For. Ser. officer 
unclass. July 1, 1924 ; class eight, cons., and as- 
signed to Milan May 17, 1928 ; to Funchal Jan. 3, 
1929; class seven May 9, 1930; to Dresden May 31, 
1933 ; married. 

Hudson, Joel Carrington. — &. Ravenden, Ark., Sept. 
4, 1899 ; Blackburn Coll. 1916-17 ; Univ. of Grenoble 
1919 ; Washington Univ., B.S. 1922 ; U. S. Army 
1917-19, 1st It., overseas service; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned 
to Wellington Apr. 27, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. 
July 1, 1924; assigned to Singapore Mar. 10, 1928; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Singapore May 17, 
1928 ; to Sydney, N. S. W., Jan. 18, 1929 ; class seven 
July 24, 1930 ; assigned to Melbourne Jan. 10, 1931 ; 
to Surabaya Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Huestis, Richard Southard. — b. Ticonderoga, N. Y., 
Feb. 6, 1904 ; Harvard, A. B. 1927 ; Univ. of Nancy, 
France, and Sorbonne 1927-28 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 

12, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 18, 
1929 ; to Calcutta Mar. 26, 1930 ; to Kingston, Ja- 
maica. Jan. 11, 1933. 

Hughes, James Joseph. — h. South Boston, Mass., 
Feb. 26. 1879 ; attended public sch. and business sch. ; 
hospital training 1895-99 ; professional work in hos- 
pitals 1901-5 ; sec. 1905-13 ; salesman 1913-18 ; elk.. 
Customs Ser., New York City, 1918-19 ; app. elk. at 
$1,400 in the N. Y. Passport Agency of the Dept. of 
State Aug. 27. 1919; at $1,200 May 20, 1920; at 
$1,400 Apr. 1, 1921 ; asst. passport agt. at $2,000 
Mar. 1, 1924; at $2,300 July 1. 1924; at $2,400 July 
1, 1925 ; at $2,500 Nov. 1, 1926 ; at $2,600 Jan. 1, 
1928; at $2,800 July 1, 1928; at $3,000 Dec. 1, 1928; 
at $3,200 May 1, 1930 ; married. 

Hughes, Morris Nelson. — b. Champaign, 111., Jan. 

13, 1901 ; Univ. of 111., B. S. 1922 ; S. A. T. C. 1918 ; 
real estate business 1922-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 

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sulate at Montevideo Oct. 3, 1923 ; v. c. at Monte- 
video Mar. 25, 1925 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; 
assigned to Montevideo May 29, 1928 ; to I'orto -Alegre, 
temp., June 15, 1928 ; to Montevideo Sept. 13, 1928 ; 
to Rome Apr. 17. 1930 ; to Naples Apr. 3, 1931 ; to 
Athens Jan. 9, 1932 ; to Baghdad May 11, 1932 ; sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. June 16, 1932 ; also 3d sec. at 
Baghdad June 20, 1932. 

ttHuhn, Tevis.— 6. Philadelphia, Pa., July 16, 
1900 ; Ilaverford Sch. ; Princeton, B. S. 1922 ; Univ. 
Coll., Oxford, B. Litt. 1924 ; U. S. Army 1918 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 10, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Paris, temp., Dec. 30, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. 
Sch. Mar. 18, 1932; to Rosario Aug. 11, 1932; to 
Montevideo Doc. 10, 1032 ; resigned June 30, 1933 ; 
married. 

Hukill, George Raymond. — b. Middletown, Del., Feb. 
2, 1893; Lehigh Univ. 1911-13; Yale, Ph. B. 1916; 
U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It. ; engaged in handling 
estate and traveling 1919-22 ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to 
Batavia Apr. 28, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 
1, 1924 ; assigned to Lucerne Sept. 24, 1925 ; class 
eight, cons., and assigned to Lucerne May 17, 1928 ; 
to Ziirich, temp., Oct. 19, 1929; class seven July 24, 
1930 ; married. 

Hull, Cordell. — 6. in Overton (now Pickett) Co., 
Tenn., Oct. 2, 1871 ; Nat. Normal Univ., Lebanon. 
Ohio, 1889-90 ; Cumberland Univ. Law Sch., Leba- 
non, Tenn., B.L. 1891 ; mem. of bar of Tenn. ; law 
practice ; mem. Tenn. House of Representatives 1893- 
97 ; capt., 4th Regiment, Tenn. Volunteer Infantry, 
during Spanish-American War ; judge of 5th judicial 
circuit, Tenn,, 1903-7 ; mem. U.S. House of Repre- 
sentatives from 4th Dist. of Tenn., 60th to 66th 
Congresses, 1907-21, and 68th to 71st Congresses, 
1923-31 ; chm.. Democratic Nat. Comnrittee, 1921-24 ; 
author of Federal income-tax system of 1913, revised 
act of 1916, and Federal inheritance act of 1916 ; 
U.S. Senator 1930-33 ; app. sec. of state Mar. 4, 
1933; chm. of Am. del,, Int. Monetary and Eco- 
nomic Conf., London, 1933 ; married. — S. 

Hull, Moody. — b. near Frankford, W. Va., .\pr. 3, 
1899 ; attended business sch. ; radio sch. one yr. ; 
Cornell field sch. in geol., summer 1931 ; George 
Washington, A. B. 1933 ; teacher in public sch. 
1917-20, 1922-23 ; clerical asst. to county supt. of 
.'^(■h. 1923-24; app. elk. at .$1,320 in the Dept. of 
State Dec. 17, 1924; at $1,500 Mar. 1, 1927; editorial 
asst. Aug, 20. 1927; at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,080 July 1, 1928; at $1,800 May 1, 1929; 
at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Hulley, Benjamin Mayham. — b. Lewisburg, Pa., 
June 28, 1898 ; Stetson Coll., A. B. 1917 ; Harvard, 
A. M. 1919 ; Oxford, B. A. 1921 ; prof, of hist.. Stetson 
Univ., 1922-24 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Oct 16, 1924 ; assigned 
to Stockholm Nov. 8, 1924 ; class eight, cons., and 



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assigned to Stockholm May 23. 1929 ; to Dublin Sept. 

14, 1929 ; class seven July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Hultberg, Hulda. — &. New York City ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; seasonal elk. in the N. Y. 
Passport Agency of the Dopt. of State 1928-31 ; app. 
elk., temp., at $1,440 in the N. Y. Passport Agency 
Mar. 7, 1932 ; permanently at |1,620 June 16, 1932. 

Hunt, Bert L. — b. North Fork, Pa., Jan. 29, 1884; 
attended teachers' training sch. and business sch. ; 
private tutors ; Georgetown Univ., LL. B. 1912, LL. 
M., M. P. L. 1014; mem. of bars of N. Y. and D. C. ; 
sch. teacher 1901-2 ; chief accountant for wholesale 
and retail concern 1903-8 ; app. elk. at $900 in the 
Dept. of State July 15, 1908 ; at $1,200 June 23, 
1909, efifective July 1 ; at $1,400 Dec. 23, 1910, ef- 
fective Jan. 1, 1911 ; sec. to 3d asst. sec. of state 
1909-13 ; acting sec. to bds. of examiners for diplo. 
and cons, services 1910-13 ; assigned to legal work in 
office of the solicitor Dec. 15, 1913 ; at $1,600 Mar. 
8. 1915 ; law elk. June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; asst. 
solicitor at $2,500 Oct. 22, 1917 ; acting solicitor at 
various times 1917-18 ; resigned Oct. 10, 1918 ; atty. 
for import, export, and steamship company 1918; asst. 
treas. and in charge of legal matters in Europe 
1919-20, and gen. mgr. in Brazil 1920-24; couns. for 
U. S., Mixed Claims Commn., U. S. and Mexico, 1926- 
27 ; app. cml. att. at Bogotd Dec. 3, 1927 ; resigned 
Nov. 17, 1928 ; atty. in Colombia for fruit company 
1928-.30 ; app. asst. to the solicitor at $6,500 in the 
Dept. of State Apr. 7, 1930; at $6,400 June 1, 1930; 
at $6,500 Aug. 1, 1930; at $7,000 Sept. 1, 1930; 
asst. to the legal adviser July 1, 1931 ; U. S. agt.. 
Arbitration Commn., U. S. and Egypt (Salem Claim), 
Vienna, 1931 ; counsel for U. S., U. S.-Sweden Arbi- 
tration, 1932 ; U. S. agt., Claims Commn., U. S. and 
Panama, 1931-33 ; married. — LE. 

Hunt, Leigh Walter. — 6. Washington, D. C, Jan. 

15, 1896 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Mich, one yr. ; 
Sorbonne 1918 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas serv- 
ice ; entered Bu. of For. and Domes. Com. Aug. 
1919 ; app. asst. trade commr. at Brussels Oct. 1923 ; 
asst. cml. att. at Brussels and Luxemburg June 17, 
1927 ; observer, Sixteenth Plenary Assembly of the 
Int. Parliamentary Conf. of Com., Brussels, 1930 ; 
married. 

Hunt, Ralph Harding. — &. Boston, Mass., May 6, 
1905 ; attended high sch. and business sch. in Mel- 
bourne, Australia ; Melbourne Univ. 1923-24 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Melbourne Oct. 1, 
1921 ; V. c. at Melbourne Sept. 24, 1929. 

ttHunt, William Henry. — b. Nashville, Tenn., .June 
28, 1809; Lawrence Acad.; Williams Coll.; elk. in Am. 
Consulate at Tamatave, Madagascar ; v. c. at Tama- 
tave May 20, 1899 ; cons, at Tamatave Aug. 23, 1901 ; 
at St. Etienne Nov. 1, 1906; cons, of class eight 
by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six June 4, 1920 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Guadeloupe Dec. 10, 1926 ; to St. Michael's Sept. 
25, 1929 ; sec. In the Diplo. Ser. Oct. 9, 1930 ; as- 
signed as cons, and 2d sec. at Monrovia Jan. 7, 1931 ; 



to the Dept. Aug. 13, 1932; retired Dec. 31, 1932, 
under the provisions of the act of Feb. 23, 1931; 
married. 

Hunter, Robert Leland. — b. Ortonville, Minn., Sept. 

19, 1905 ; Univ. of Minn. 1925-27 ; elk. and stenog. 
in law office 1923-24 ; U. S. Immigration Service 
1927-28 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at 
Winnipeg July 1, 1928 ; v. c. at Winnipeg Aug. 29, 
1929 ; at Windsor Jan. 6, 1931. 

Hurley, John P. — b. New York City, Sept. 15, 
1878 ; St. Kieran's ColL, Ireland ; Cornell, C. E. 1907 ; 
elk. and student engineer 1902-3 ; civil engineer 
1907-9 ; highway construction engineer 1909-14 ; en- 
gineer of construction 1914-16 ; U. S. Army 1916-19, 
capt., Mexican border and overseas service ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class eight Aug. 15, 1919 ; class seven 
Dec. 18, 1919 ; assigned to Reval Sept. 20, 1919 ; to 
Riga June 23, 1920 ; class six Nov. 23, 1921 ; reas- 
signed to Riga, Latvia, July 29, 1922 ; class five 
Dec. 19, 1923; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 
1924 ; assigned to Vienna June 6, 1925 ; class five 
Aug. 31, 1925 ; class four May 17, 1928 ; assigned to 
Baghdad July 30, 1929 (canceled) ; to Riga Oct. 19, 
1929 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; to Nassau June 30, 
1932 ; married. 

Hurney, Leo Bernard. — b. Washington, D. C, May 

20, 1897 ; St. John's Coll. one yr. ; elk. four yrs. ; 
app. elk., temp., at $1,020 in the Dept. of State 
Sept. 16, 1918 ; permanently, at $1,000 Feb. 1, 1921 ; 
at $1,080 Nov. 2, 1922 ; at $1,140 Dec. 30, 1922, ef- 
fective Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,200 Oct. 1, 1923; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 Mar. 1, 1925 ; at $1,560 
Dec. 1, 1925 ; at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,680 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 Feb. 1, 1929 ; at 
$1,920 July 1, 1930; at $1,980 July 3, 1930 (Brook- 
hart Act) ; married. — DCK. 

Hurst, Carlton. — b. Crefeld, Germany, of Am. 
parents, Nov. 22, 1894 ; attended sch. in Germany 
and France ; Wilbraham Acad. ; Wesleyan Univ. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Barcelona Mar. 21, 
1914 ; in Am. Consulate at Lyon July 6, 1915 ; v. c. 
at Madrid Oct. 25, 1916; at Santander July 23, 1917; 
at Almeria Sept. 28, 1917 ; at Seville Oct. 7, 1918 ; at 
Cadiz Feb. 18, 1919; at Seville May 14, 1919; at 
Cadiz Jan. 3, 1920 ; app., after exam., cons. asst. 
Oct. 21, 1920 ; v. c. at San Salvador Apr. 12, 1921 ; 
detailed to Bremen Sept. 20, 1921 ; v. c. of career 
of class three Nov. 17, 1921, and assigned to Bremen ; 
class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to Bremerhaven 
July 16, 1923 ; to Bremen Aug. 1, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Bremer- 
haven Aug. 18, 1924; to Paris May 19, 1927; to 
Lyon, temp., Jan. 13, 1928; to Paris Feb. 27, 1928; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Paris July 24, 
1930; to Aden Sept. 30, 1930; to Nogales Dec. 29, 
1931; to Ponang Mar. 6, 1933. 

Huston, Cloyce Kenneth. — b. Crawfordsville, Iowa, 
May 12, 1900 ; Univ. of Calif., summer 1920 ; Univ. 
of Iowa, B. A. 1922 ; S. A. T. C. 1918 ; instructor In 
Eng. and math., American Univ. at Cairo, Egypt, 



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1922-25 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Cairo July 
1, 1925 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and V. c. of career Apr. 27, 1927 ; assigned to Cairo 
May 9, 1927; to Aden June 11, 1928; to Gonoa Nov. 
15. 1930; sec. in tbe Diplo. Ser. Aug. 31, 1932; 
assigned as For. Scr. officer to the Am. Leg. at Tirana 
Sept. 2, 1932 ; as v. c. and 3d sec. at Tirana Sept. 
10. 1932 ; married. 

Hutchinson, Charles Albert. — 6. Clinton, Iowa, Nov. 
1, 1907 ; Superior State Coll. 1925-27 ; Univ. of 
Minn., B. A. 1929 ; private tutors ; asst. instructor in 
political science, Univ. of Minn., 1929 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to Windsor Nov. 30, 1929 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. July 16, 1930 ; to Tokyo Nov. 8, 
1930. 

Hutton, Paul Churchill, Jr. — 6. Goldsboro, N. C, 
Nov. 17, 1903 ; Columbian Prep. Sch. ; U. S. M. A., 
grad. 1926 ; U. S. Army 1926-30, 2d It. ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. In the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as 
V. c. at Panama July 17, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Feb. 11, 1931 ; to Calcutta June 20, 1931 (canceled) ; 
to Bombay Aug. 29, 1931. 

Hynson, Frances L. — 6. Baltimore, Md. ; attended 
high sch. in Mexico, Miss Madeira's Sch., and business 
sch. ; elk., Treas. Dept., 1918-24 ; app. elk. at $1,140 
in the Dept. of State -lug. 12, 1924; at .?1,320 Nov. 1, 
1925 ; at .?1.380 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,500 May 1, 1927 ; 
at $1,620 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930.— DCR. 

Ingle, Jesse Forrest. — 6. Tunnelton, Ind., Apr. 23, 
1905 ; high sch. grad. ; attended Central Normal Coll., 
Danville, Ind., and- Ind. Univ.; teacher in public 
sch. 1923-24 ; U. S. Navy May-July, 1924 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Manchester June 17, 1924 ; at Glas- 
gow Apr. 14, 1927 ; v. c. at Glasgow May 14, 1929 ; 
married. 

Ives, Ernest Linwood. — 6. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 17, 
1887 ; Va. Mil. Inst, one yr. ; William and Mary 
Coll. two yrs. ; app. v. and dep. cons, at Mannheim 
June 7, 1909; at Madgeburg Nov. 17, 1910; v. and 
dep. cons. gen. at Frankfort-on-the-Main Mar. 4, 
1914; v. c. at Frankfort-on-the-Main Feb. 6, 1915; 
at Cologne June 11, 1915 ; at Frankfort-on-the-Main 
Dec. 4, 1915 ; at Erfurt Apr. 5, 1916 ; at Breslau 
June 1, 1916 ; at Frankfort-on-the-Main Oct. 19, 1916 ; 
at Budapest Jan. 19, 1917; app., after exam., cons, 
asst. Apr. 21, 1917 ; v. c. at Paris May 5, 1917 ; at 
Nantes July 17, 1917; at Paris Mar. 8, 1918; cons, 
of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; class six June 4, 1920 ; 
class five Nov. 19, 1921 ; class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
assigned to Alexandria Aug. 17, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Feb. 24, 
1925; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 31, 1925; assigned 
as 1st sec. at Constantinople Sept. 18, 1925 ; at 
Copenhagen Jan. 11, 1930; class three July 24, 
1930 ; assigned to Pretoria Apr. 8. 1931 ; as For. Ser. 
officer at Callao-Lima Dec. 7, 1932 (canceled) ; cons, 
gen. and assigned to Algiers Apr. 5, 1933 ; married. 

Jackson, Alfred Lincoln. — 5. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 
1, 1877; mess attendant, U. S. Navy, 1902-6; asst. 



messenger, Dept. of State, 1916-26 ; reapp. asst. 
messenger in the Dept. of State Aug. 1, 1927.— PC. 

Jackson, Dorothy. — 6. Bayonne, N. J. ; attended high 
sch. and business sch.; telephone operator 1920-22; 
app. telephone switchboard operator at $720 in the 
Dept. of State Nov. 6, 1922 ; at $1,140 July 1, 1924 ; 
elk. Oct. 27, 1924 ; at $1,320 June 1, 1925 ; at $1,380 
Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $1,620 Aug. 1, 1928; at $1,740 July 1, 1930; at 
$1,800 Nov. 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Jackson, James E. — 6. Springfield, Mass., Mar. 3, 
1896 ; messenger. Govt, depts., 1917-30 ; app. mes- 
senger in the Dept. of State May 16, 1930. — S. 

Jackson, Jesse Benjamin. — b. Paulding, Ohio, Nov. 
19, 1871 ; high sch. grad. ; studied law ; elk. 1891-92 ; 
in insur. and real estate business 1893-97, 1902-5 ; 
Ohio Volunteer Infantry 1898-99, Cuban service ; en- 
rolling elk., Ohio House of Representatives, 1900- 
1902 ; app., after exam., cons, at Alcxandretta Mar. 
17, 1905 ; at Aleppo June 10, 1908 ; elk.. North At- 
lantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration, The Hague, 1910 ; 
cons, of class seven by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; 
class six July 12, 1916 ; detailed to the Dept. Nov. 
24, 1917 ; to Cairo Oct. 4, 1918 ; assigned to commit- 
tee to outline proposed boundaries of Republic of 
Armenia 1918 ; to Aleppo Mar. 4, 1919 ; class five 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; assigned to 
Leghorn Apr. 28, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class five 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Fort William and Port 
Arthur Mar. 27, 1928; class four July 24, 1930. 

Jacobs, Eva Harris (Mrs.) — 5. Bluefleld, W. Va. ; 
high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Univ. Training Sch. for 
Nurses, Reg. Nurse 1921 ; instructress of nurses 
1921-22 ; nurse 1922-26, in War Dept. 1927-31 ; app. 
graduate nurse at $1,800 in the Dept. of State Apr. 
16, 1931.— CC. 

Jacobs, Joseph Earle. — h. Johnston, S. C, Oct. 31, 
1893 ; studied bookkeeping and accounting ; Coll. of 
Charleston, A. B. 1913 ; teacher in high sch. 1913-14 ; 
mercantile business 1915 ; app., after exam., student 
Interpreter in Turkey Oct. 15, 1915, but did not pro- 
ceed to post ; student interpreter in China Nov. 5, 
1915 ; V. c. at Foochow June 26. 1917 ; v. c. and inter- 
preter at Shanghai Apr. 15, 1918; Am. assessor, Int. 
Mixed Court, Shanghai, 1918-25 ; designated to exer- 
cise judicial authority and jurisdiction in Am. Cons. 
Court, Shanghai, Aug. 25, 1919 ; cons, of class six 
Nov. 19, 1921 ; class five Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; class five Aug. 31, 
1925 ; tech. adviser to Am. mem., Commn. on Extra- 
territoriality in China, 1925—26 ; assigned to Yiinnanfu 
July 3, 1926 ; to Shanghai Feb. 25, 1928 ; class four 
May 17, 1928 ; representative of Am. Min. to China In 
negotiations with regard to Provisional Court, Shang- 
hai, Dec. 1929-Feb. 1930 ; assigned to the Dept. May 
7, 1930 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; married.— FE. 

Jaeckel, Theodore. — 6. New York City Dec. 29, 1882 ; 
private tutors ; Williams Coll., B. A. 1904 ; grad. 
work. Harvard, one yr. ; New York Law Sch., LL. B. 
1908 ; mem. of bar of N. Y. ; law elk. and law prac- 
tice 1909-12 ; app., after exam., cons, at Maskat 



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Apr. 24, 1914, but did not proceed to post; at 
Stavanger July 17, 1914 ; cons, of class nine by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class eight Feb. 22, 1915, and 
assigned to Stettin ; to the Dept. May 15, 1917 ; class 
seven Sept. 14, 1917 ; assigned to Bordeaux Mar. 15, 
1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 
1920 ; class four Nov. 23, 1921 ; class three Mar. 1, 
1923 ; assigned to Hamburg Apr. 28, 1923 ; cons. gen. 
of class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
three July 1. 1924 ; assigned as cons. gen. at Warsaw 
Oct. 23, 1924 ; at Milan Nov. 27, 1926 ; at Halifax 
June 15. 1928; at Rome Nov. 20, 1929; class two 
May ft. 1930 ; del., Third Int. Conf. on I'rivate Aerial 
Law. Rome. 1933. 



Dept., 1928-29; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 20, 1929 ; to Guatemala 
Mar. 26, 1930 ; to Belfast Sept. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Jardine, William M. — 6. Madad, Idaho, Jan. 16, 
1879 ; Utah Agric. Coll., B. S. 1904 ; grad. work, 
Univ. of HI., summer 1906 ; Utah Agric. Coll., asst., 
instructor, and prof., 1904-6 ; in charge of dry land 
grain investigation 1907-10 ; Kans. State Agric. Coll. 
and Experiment Station, agronomist 1910, dir. of 
station and dean of agric. 1913-18, pres. of coll. 
1918-25 ; sec. of agric. 1925-29 ; app. E. E. and 
M. P. to Egypt July 21, 1930 ; married. 



James, Douglas. — b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1907; 
Phillips Andover grad. ; Princeton, B. S. 1929, M. A. 
1931 ; Am. Sch. of Oriental Research, Jerusalem, 
1929-30 ; app.. after exam., For. Ser. ofBcer unclass.. 
V. e. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1031 : assigned as v. c. at Alexandria Jan. 20, 1932 ; 
at Naples Aug. 22, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 
22, 1033.— FSS. 

James, Virginia Henrietta. — 6. Frederick, Md. ; 
George Washington, A. B. 1926, grad. work, 1926-27 ; 
stenog.. War Dept., 1018-24 ; research elk. and secre- 
tary to asst. agt., Mixed Claims Commn., U. S. and 
Mexico, 1924—31 ; research elk., hearings of Gen. and 
Special Claims Commns., U. S. and Mexico, Mexico 
City, 1930, 1931 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of 
State Jan. 1, 1932.— SS. 

James, 'William George. — b. Neath, So. Wales, Great 
Britain, July 15, 1891 ; attended sch. in So. Wales, 
private tutors in England, business sch., and Emerson 
Inst. ; George Washington, A. B., and grad. work ; 
U. S. Army 1917-18; elk.. War Dept., 1918-19; elk., 
Dept. of State, Mar. 27-Sept. 26, 1922 ; reapp. elk. 
at $1,000 Oct. 18, 1922; at $1,100 Oct. 1, 1923; at 
$1,200 Mar. 1, 1924; at $1,440 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,500 Jan. 16, 1926; at $1,560 Mar. 1, 1927; at 
$1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 July 1, 
1930.— PD. 

Jandrey, Fred William. — b. Neenah, Wis., Oct. 1, 
1908; Floating Univ. 1928-29; Univ. of Wis., B. A. 
1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Southampton 
Aug. 4, 1931 ; v. c. at Southampton Aug. 14, 1931 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; as- 
signed as V. c. at Southampton Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the 
For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 10, 1032; to Calcutta Dec. 22, 
1932. 

Janson, Esther C. (Mrs.) — b. Earle, Ark.; high sch. 
grad. ; attended business sch. ; George Washington 
Univ. 1027-29 ; elk. in Govt, depts. 1024-26 ; app. 
elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Mar. 9, 1926 ; at 
$1,380 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,500 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act) ; at $1,560 July 1, 1928 ; at $1,620 Feb. 1, 1929 ; 
at $1,080 July 1, 1930.— DCR. 

Janz, Robert. — b. Omaha, Nebr., Oct. 11, 1903; U. S. 
N. A. and Univ. of Okla. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ser., B. F. S. 1929; elk.. War Dept., 1927-28, Treas. 



Jarrell, Henry Thompson (Lt., jg.) — b. Lagrange, 
Ga., June 22, 1903 ; U.S.N.A., grad. 1927 ; assigned 
a.s language officer at Peiping Dec. 12, 1932. 

Jarvis, Robert Yelverton. — b. Clay City, Ky., Nov. 5, 
1893; Princeton 1911-13; Univ. of Louisville Law 
Sch. 1915-16 ; New York Law Sch. 1916-17 ; mem. of 
bars of Ky. and Calif. ; elk. 1913-14 ; law elk. 1914- 
16 ; U. S. Army 1917-18, 2d It. ; law practice 1919 ; 
asst. to gen. mgr. of silver mines company 1919-20 ; 
cmL employment 1920-21 ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Oct. 26, 1921; assigned to War- 
saw Dec. 14, 1921 ; class two Feb. 26, 1923 ; class one 
Nov. 23, 1923 ; cons, of class seven June 3, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Shanghai May 4, 1926 ; class seven June 8, 1927 : 
assigned to Calcutta Oct. 26, 1927 ; class six Dec. 
19, 1929; to Barbados May 27, 1932; to Port-au- 
Prince Aug. 15, 1932 ; married. 

Jawney, Ignatius. — b. Zbaraz, Poland, July 15, 1885; 
naturalized 1919 ; Lwow Univ., Poland, grad. 1911 ; 
Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B.F.S. 1923 ; U. S. 
Army 1915-17; elk., U. S. Soldiers' Home, 1918-28; 
translator. Veterans' Admin., 1928-32 ; app. trans- 
lator at !f2.:!00 in the Dept. of State Feb. 5, 1932; 
married. — TR. 

Jedel, Celeste. — b. New York City ; Barnard Coll., 
B. A. 1931 ; Geneva Sch. of Int. Studies, Geneva, 
Switzerland ; research asst. 1931-32 ; app. asst. to the 
legal adviser at $2,600 in the Dept. of State Mar. 7, 
1033 ; elk.. Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 
1033.— A-M. 

Jenkins, Douglas. — b. Colleton Co., S. C, Feb. 6, 
1880; Porter Mil. Acad, grad.; studied law; mem. 
of bar of S. C. ; Sumter Guards (militia) 1808-99; 
law elk. and practicing attorney 1901-3 ; reporter, 
city editor, and act. editor of newspaper 1903-8 ; app., 
after exam., cons, at St. Pierre June 22, 1908; at 
Goteborg Mar. 8, 1912; at Riga Nov. 24, 1913; in 
charge of German and Austro-Hungarian, Brit, and 
French interests at Riga 1914-17 ; class seven by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six Mar. 2, 1915 ; 
detailed to Harbin Aug. 16, 1918; class five Sept. 
5, 1919; assigned to Harbin Sept. 6, 1919; class 
three June 4, 1920 ; cons. gen. of class four Nov. 
19, 1021 ; detailed to the Dept. Dec. 23, 1921 ; as- 
signed to Canton Mar. 30, 1923; For. Ser. officer of 
class three July 1, 1924 ; class two Dec. 17, 1925 ; 



BIOGRAPHIES 



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class one May 9, 1930 ; assigned to Shanghai, temp., 
May 29, 1930 ; to Hong Kong June 2, 1930 ; married. 

Jenkins, Douglas, Jr. — 6. St. Pierre, St. Pierre et 
Miquelon, of Am. parents, Jan. 17, 1910 ; North China 
American Sch., Peiping, grad. ; Univ. of S. C. ; 
Univ. of Va., B. S. 1930 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Mazatldn Aug. 12, 1931; v. c. at Mazatlftn Aug. 
27, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 

1931 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 19, 1931 ; 
as V. c. at Yiinnanfu Apr. 7, 1932 ; at Nanking Mar. 
6, 1933 ; married. 

Jensen, Julius Jorgen Christian. — 6. Lone Rock, Wis., 
Oct. 31, 18S3; Univ. of Iowa 1906-7; George Wash- 
ington, LL. B. 1915 ; mem. of bars of D. C. and 
Wyo. ; elk. 1907-9, in U. S. Weather Bu. 1909-16; 
law practice 1917-18; elk.. Govt, depts., 1918-20; 
app. v. c. at Copenhagen Dec. 4 1920 ; at Malmo, 
temp., Oct. 30, 1923; at Copenhagen Dec. 17, 1923; 
at Gotehorg, temp., Nov. 14, 1924 ; at Copenhagen 
Feb. 17, 1925; at Cologne Dec. 7, 1926; at Oslo 
Mar. 14, 1928; married. 

Jemlgan, Henry Sterling (1st Lt.) — b. Pembroke, 
Ky., Nov. 14, 1901 ; U.S.M.A., grad. 1924 ; assigned 
as language officer at Peiping May 9, 1932. 

Jessop, Walter E. — 5. San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 18, 

1906 ; attended high sch. ; elk. 1922-27, in War Dept. 
1928-30 ; app. elk. at |1,440 in the Dept. of State 
May 8, 1930 ; at $1,620 July 1, 1930 ; married. — DCR. 

Jester, Perry Northen. — b. West Point, Ga., Jan. 20, 
1902 ; Bailey Mil. Inst. grad. ; Univ. of Richmond 
1920-23 ; Univ. of Va., B. S. 1925 ; asst. purchasing 
agt., Med. Coll. of Va., 1923-24 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Aug. 24, 
1927 ; as.signed to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 29, 1927 ; 
to Hong Kong Feb. 24, 1928 ; assigned as For. Ser. 
officer to the Am. Leg. at San Salvador Apr. 18, 

1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. and assigned as 3d sec. at 
San Salvador May 4, 1932 ; as v. c. at Barbados Dec. 
3. 1932 ; married. 

Johnson, Albion "Wesley. — 6. Klttery, Me., Mar. 18, 
1886 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; studied medicine ; registered 
in Mass. as physician and surgeon by State exam. 
1909 ; on hospital staff 1910 ; practiced medicine 1911 ; 
real estate business 1912-15 ; interpreter, U. S. Im- 
migration Service, 1916-17 ; special work for U. S. 
Govt, in Spain 1917-18 ; translator in office of mil. 
att. at Madrid Feb.-Sept. 1918 ; app. v. c. at Malaga 
Feb. 20, 1920 ; at Barcelona July 18, 1921 ; at Dublin 
Jan. 13, 1923 ; resigned May 9, 1925 ; app. cons. agt. 
at Alicante Aug. 7, 1925 ; v. c. at Alicante Apr. 17, 
1926; at Valencia Dec. 3, 1928; at St. Michael's 
June 7, 1929; at Santo Domingo Oct. 15, 1929; 
married. 

Johnson, Charles Leonard. — b. Ednor, Md., July 31, 
1890; asst. messenger, Dept. of State, 1922-25; 
reapp. asst. messenger, temp., in the Dept. of State 
Mar. 22, 1927 ; permanently Apr. 4, 1927. — DCR. 

Johnson, Charles Mathew. — 6. Washington, D. C, 
Aug. 19, 1911; messenger, Dept. of Com., 1927-28; 



app. asst. messenger, temp., in the Dept. of State 
Feb. 17, 1930 ; permanently Aug. 16, 1930.— HA. 

Johnson, Elda Bronson (Mrs.) — 6. Maxbass, N. Dak.; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; steuog., Veterans' 
Bu., 1927-29 : app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; at $1,620 Sept. 1, 1929 ; resigned June 
10, 1930; reapp. at $1,440 Jan. 1, 1931; at $1,620 
Feb. 4, 1931.— SS. 

Johnson, Ellis Alfred. — 6. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 4, 
1893 ; attended high sch. ; elk. 1910-14 ; office mgr. 
of dairy farm 1914-15 ; stenog. 1915-16 ; sec, Bu. 
of For. and Domes. Com., 1916-17 ; elk.. Emergency 
Fleet Corp., 1917 ; U. S. Army 1918-19, It., overseas 
service ; Red Cross work in Europe 1919-21 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Copenhagen Aug. 
23, 1921 ; v. c. at Copenhagen Mar. 11, 1925 ; at 
Riga, temp., Apr. 10, 1929 ; at Plymouth June 29. 
1929 ; at Tallinn Apr. 19, 1930 ; at Danzig Jan. 26, 
1932. 

Johnson, Eugene H. — b. Black River Falls, Wis., 
Dec. 27, 1897 ; high sch. grad. ; Ripon Coll. one yr. ; 
U. S. Army 1918; elk., Dept. of Interior, 1917-24; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Stavanger Mar. 4. 1924 ; 
V. c. at Sydney, N. S., Nov. 13, 1925 ; at Campbellton, 
temp., July 18, 1927 ; at Sydney Dec. 17, 1927 ; at 
Halifax, temp., Jan. 26, 1928; at Sydney Feb. 8. 1928; 
at Campbellton, temp., Apr. 6, 1928 ; at Fredericton, 
temp., Aug. 1, 1928; at Sydney Sept. 27, 1928; at 
Charlottetown, temp., June 12, 1930 ; at Sydney July 
1, 1930 ; married. 

Johnson, Frederick Conger. — b. Pictou, N. S., Canada, 
of Am. parents, Nov. 15, 1885 ; prep, sch., and coll., 
Obercassel by Bonn, Germany, diploma, 1903 ; Univ. 
of Pa., 1903-4 ; attended Technicum, Mittweida, Ger- 
many, 1905 ; Polytechnicum, Darmstadt, Germany, 
1906 ; studied int. law under tutor ; employed with 
railroads in U. S. 1914-18 ; app. cons. agt. at Paspe- 
biac July 26, 1918 ; at Gaspg Jan. 23, 1919 ; v. c. at 
Riviere du Loup Nov. 15, 1919 ; resigned Dec. 20, 
1920 ; app. v. c. at Fredericton Sept. 19, 1921 ; 
married. 

Johnson, Hallett.— &. New York City Nov. 26, 1888 ; 
Hotchkiss Sch. ; Williams Coll., B. A. 1908 ; Columbia, 
LL. B. 1911; mem. of bar of N. Y. ; law practice 
1911-12 ; mem. of N. Y. Nat. Guard ; app., after exam., 
3d sec. at London Aug. 22, 1912 ; at Constantinople 
May 22, 1914 ; sec. of emb. or leg. of class five by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class four Mar. 2, 1915 ; as- 
signed to Constantinople Mar. 6, 1915 ; to La Paz 
June 16, 1915 (canceled) ; to Santiago, Chile, July 
6, 1915 ; class three May 10, 1916 ; assigned to La 
Paz as charge d'affaires ad interim July 20, 1916; 
to Santiago, Chile, Jan. 3, 1917 ; to the Dept. Jan. 
14, 1918 ; act. chief. Division of Latin American 
Affairs, Aug. 15-Nov. 21, 1919 ; class two Dec. 20, 
1919 ; assigned to Brussels Mar. 25, 1920 ; to Stock- 
holm May 26, 1921 ; to Madrid July 23, 1923 ; to Ber- 
lin June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class four July 
1, 1924 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Paris July 17, 1924 ; 
class three Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Oslo July 11, 
1927 ; to The Hague July 25, 1929 ; class two July 24, 
1930 ; couns. of leg. Apr. 6, 1931 ; married. 



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Johnson, Herschel V. — h. Atlanta, Ga., May 3, 1894 ; 
Tiiiv. of N. C, 1?. A. 1916 ; Harvard Lnw Sch. 1910-20 ; 
instructor in Fronch, C)iaml)crlayiie Sell, for Boys, 
Kichinond, Va., 1916-17; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt., 
overseas service ; app., after exam., sec. of omb. or leg. 
of class four Nov. 15. 1920 ; assigned to Berne Jan. 12, 
1921 ; to Sofia Dec. 16, 1921 ; class three Sept. 22, 1922 ; 
assigned to the Dept. July 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. ofBcer 
of class six July 1, 1924 ; class five Sept. 20, 1924 ; 
assigned as 2d sec. at Tegucigalpa Oct. 23, 1926 ; 
class four May 26, 1928 ; assigned as 1st sec. at 
Mexico City July 27, 1928; assigned to the Dept. 
Mar. 26, 1930; chief, Division of Mexican Affairs, 
June 12, 1930 ; class three July 24, 1930.— ME. 

Johnson, John David. — &. Highgate, Vt., Nov. 3, 
1884 ; attended business sch. ; corr. course in business 
admin. ; Georgetown Univ., LL.B. 1908 ; mem. of bar 
of D. C. ; elk. 1902-4 ; in U. S. Navy Yard 1904-5 ; 
app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of State July 7, 
1905 ; at $1,200 July 2, 1906 ; at $1,400 Mar. 4, 
1907; at $1,600 June 1, 1909; elk., North Atlantic 
Coast Fisheries Arbitration, The Hague, 1910 ; at 
$1,800 Dec. 1, 1913 ; special employee in charge of 
cons, post allowances and allotments at $2,400 Aug. 
15, 1918 ; at $2,160 July 1, 1919 ; drafting officer at 
$2,400 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920; at 
$3,000 June 17, 1921, effective July 1 ; designated 
representative of the Dept. of State on Federal 
Traffic Bd. Oct. 31, 1921 ; app. cons, of class six 
Aug. 23, 1922 ; detailed to the Dept. Sept. 20, 1922 ; 
class five Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class six 
July 1, 1924 ; class five Dec. 17, 1925 ; assigned to 
Strasbourg July 12, 1926; to Paris July 1, 1929; to 
Hamilton, Ont., Mar. 27, 1930; class four May 9, 
1930; married. 

Johnson, Leslie Willard. — 6. Minneapolis, Minn., 
Aug. 5, 1908 ; Univ. of Minn., B. A. 1930 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Melbourne Oct. 17, 1930 ; v. c. 
at Melbourne June 11, 1931 ; at Wellington July 
31, 1931 ; at Puerto Cortes June 29, 1932 ; at Port 
Limon June 14, 1933 ; married. 

Johnson, Lucius Hartwell. — b. Aiken, S. C, Aug. 6, 
1897; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of S. C. 1915-16; 
attended business sch. ; U. S. Navy 1918-19 ; cik., 
Dept. of State, 1919-20 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Dublin Dec. 4, 1920; v. c. at Dublin Sept. 9, 1922; 
at Bilbao Jan. 13, 1923; at Montreal July 5, 1924; 
at Winnipeg Feb. 6, 1925 ; at Matanzas June 18, 
1932 ; married. 

Johnson, Nelson Trusler. — b. Washington, D. C, 
Apr. 3, 1887 ; Sidwell's Friends Sch. ; George Wash- 
ington Univ., 1906-7 ; app., after exam., student 
Interpreter in China Aug. 27, 1907 ; v. and dep. 
cons. gen. and interpreter at Mukden Nov. 1, 1909 ; 
v. and dep. cons, and interpreter at Harbin Apr. 18, 
1910 ; V. and dep. cons. gen. and interpreter at Han- 
kow July 30, 1910; at Shanghai Dec. 2, 1911; mixed 
court assessor ; designated to exercise judicial author- 
ity and jurisdiction in civil and criminal cases at 
Shanghai June 7, 1913; app. cons, at Chungking Dec. 
29, 1914 ; cons, of class six by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; assigned to Changsha Mar. 2, 1915 ; detailed 



to Shanghai Apr. 12, 1918 ; to the Dept. Sept. 11, 
1918; class five Sept. 5. 1919; class three June 4, 
1920 ; expert asst., Conf. on the Limitation of Arma- 
ment, Washington, 1921 ; app. cons. gen. at large 
Nov. 23, 1921 ; cons. gen. of class three June 5, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to the Dept. Apr. 21, 1925 ; chief. Division of Far 
Eastern Affairs, July 1, 1925 ; class one June 30, 
1927 ; app., asst. sec. of state Aug. 15, 1927 ; mem.. 
For. Ser. I'ersonnel Bd., Bd. of Examiners for the For. 
Ser., and For. Ser. Sch. Bd. Feb. 25, 1928; chm., Bd. 
of Review for Efficiency Ratings, May 15, 1928 ; del., 
Int. Civil Aeronautics Conf., Washington, 1928 ; E. E. 
and M. P. to China Dec. 16, 1929 ; married. 

Johnson, Sara A, M. (Mrs.) — b. Wheeling, W. Va. ; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; stenog. 1924- 
25 ; secretary 1925-28 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State Mar. 1. 1929; at $1,560 July 1, 1930; 
at .$1,620 Nov. 1, 1930. — PD. 

Johnson, William Edward. — b. Galveston, Tex., Aug. 
20, 1890 ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; app. chauffeur in 
the Dept. of State July 28, 1931.— MA. 

Johnston, Inez. — b. Minneapolis, Minn. ; high sch. 
grad. ; stenog. 1923-26, in Treas. Dept. 1926-27 ; app. 
elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Apr. 1, 1927 ; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Actj ; at $1,620 July 1, 
1028; at $2,000 Nov. 1, 1928; at $2,200 July 1, 
1930 ; elk., Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., Lon- 
don, 1933.— AM. 

tfJones, Alfred Winslow. — b. Melbourne, Australia, of 
Am. parents, Sept. 9, 1900 ; Hackley Sch. grad. ; Har- 
vard, A. B. 1923 ; purser and supercargo 1923-24 ; elk. 
and export buyer 1924-26 ; statistician and analyst 
for investment couns. 1926-28 ; app., after exam.. 
For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at 
Berlin, temp., Dec. 29, 1930 ; resigned May 17, 1932. 

Jones, Frances B. — b. Aurora, Mo. ; high sch. grad. ; 
attended business sch. ; stenog. 1930-31 ; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Jan. 16, 1931 ; 
permanently June 1, 1931. — DCR. 

Jones, Gerald George. — b. Barneveld, Wis., Jan. 31, 
1907 ; Huron Coll., B. S. 1929 ; studied Spanish in 
Colombia 1929-30 ; teacher, Colegio Americano para 
Varones, Barranquilla, Colombia, 1930-31 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Barranquilla Sept. 1, 1931 ; v. e. 
at Barranquilla Apr. 27, 1932 ; married. 

Jones, Harold Frederic. — b. Brockton, Mass., May 
30, 1891 ; Mass. Agric. ColL, B. Sc. 1913 ; with sugar 
company in Mexico since 1913 ; U. S. Army 1918 ; app. 
cons. agt. at Los Mochis Sept. 6, 1919 ; married. 

Jones, J. "Wesley. — b. Sioux City, Iowa, June 4, 
1907; Morningside Coll. 1926-28; George Washing- 
ton Univ., A. B. 1930 ; app., after exam.. For Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Saltillo, 
temp., Dec. 27, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 8, 
1931 ; to Calcutta Dec. 10, 1931. 



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Jones, Victor Emanuel. — b. Washington, D. C, Dec. 
2G, 1895 ; U. S. Army 191S-19, overseas service ; ele- 
vator conductor, State, War, Navy Bldg., 1917-18, 
1919-20 ; app. asst. messenger in tlie Dept. of State 
Mar. 13, 1920.— LA. 

Jones, William Oscar. — h. Chapmans Quarries, Pa., 
May 2G, 1895 ; attended business sch.. Temple Univ., 
and Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser. ; elk. and secre- 
tary 1912-17 ; U. S. Army 1915-17, 2d It. ; public ac- 
countant three and one-half yrs. ; app., after exam., 
V. c. of career of class three Oct. 6, 1923 ; assigned 
to Danzig Nov. 19, 1923 ; to Konigsborg May 5, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; as- 
signed to Malmo Nov. 3, 1924 ; to Rome Feb. 17, 
1927 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Rome May 

17, 1928; resigned Nov. 1, 1929; app. divisional asst. 
at $3,800 in the Dept. of State Dec. 1, 1930; 
married. — A-C/C. 

Jordan, Curtis Calhoun. — b. San Diego, Calif., Mar. 
20, 1892 ; polytcch. high sch. grad. ; Univ. of So. 
Calif., LL. B. 1918; U. S. Army 1917-20, 2d It., 
overseas service ; capt. O. R. C. ; app., after exam., 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec. 20, 1919 ; as- 
signed to Port au Prince June 14, 1920 ; to Helsing- 
fors Mar. 1, 1922; class three Mar. 23, 1922; For. 
Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; assigned as 2d 
sec. at Habana July 17, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. 
Oct. 19, 1925 ; app. cons. July 8, 1026 ; assigned as 
cons, at Barcelona Aug. 4, 1926; at Bilbao, temp.. 
Mar. 6, 1928 ; at Barcelona June 22, 1928 ; class five 
July 24, 1930 ; at Madrid Feb. 20, 1932 ; married. 

Jordan, Francis Cameron. — b. Greensboro, N. C, July 
20, 1896 ; Bingham Mil. Sch. grad. ; Univ. of N. C, 
A. B. 1917 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Mazatian 
Dec. 12, 1917; v. c. at MazatlSn June 13, 1918; 
resigned Nov. 5, 1918 ; cml. employment 1919-31 ; 
N. C. Nat. Guard 1930-31 ; app. v. c. at Col6n Mar. 
12, 1931. 

Jordan, Leland, Jr. (Comdr.) — b. Murfieesboro, Tenn., 
Mar. 14, 1885; Webb Sch., Jloouey Sch.; U. S. N. A., 
grad. 1908 ; app. naval att. at Buenos Aires and 
Montevideo Apr. 12, 1930 ; married. 

Jordan, Kussell Benton. — b. Chillicothe, Mo., Dec. 2, 
1902 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; sec. and 
stenog. 1920-24 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Yo- 
kohama Jan. 5, 1925 ; v. c. at Yokohama Apr. 2, 1926 ; 
elk. at Am. Leg. at Peking, temp., Apr. 11, 1927 ; v c. 
at Hankow Sept. 7, 1927; resigned Aug. 3, 1930; 
app. v. c. at Valencia Nov. 4, 1930 ; at Millaga, temp., 
June 16, 1932. 

Josselyn, Paul Reitler. — b. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Dec. 

18, 1885 ; business sch. grad. ; Beloit Coll., B. A. 1909 ; 
George Washington Univ. one yr. ; elk. and stenog. 
1904-5 ; elk. in War Dept. 1909 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in China Apr. 20, 1910; dep. cons, 
gen. at Tientsin July 26, 1912 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. 
at Tientsin Nov. 22, 1912 ; also interpreter Mar. 1, 
1913 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. and interpreter at 
Canton Mar. 17, 1914 ; v. c. at Canton Feb. 6, 1915 ; 
V. c. and interpreter at Tientsin July 5, 1917 ; cons. 



of class eight Feb. 19, 1918; assigned to Chung- 
king Apr. 15. 1918 ; class six Sept. 5. 1919 ; detailed 
to Peking Apr. 16, 1921 ; asst. Chinese sec. at Peking 
July 1, 1921 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 
1924 ; class five Aug. 8, 1924 ; asst. Chinese sec. to 
Am. del.. Special Conf. on Chinese Customs Tariff, 
Peking. 1925-26 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. and assigned 
as 2d sec. at Peking Apr. 30. 1926; to the Dept. 
Jan. 6, 1927 ; class four May 23. 1929 ; assigned as 
cons, at Slianghai May 7, 1930 ; married. 

Jova, Eugene Elias. — b. Calabazar de Sagua, Cuba, 
of Am. parents, July 13, 1892; Charlotte Hall Mil. 
Acad. ; business sch. grad. ; in bank in Cuba one 
yr. ; private business 1914-17 ; in ship chandlery 
1917-21 ; app. act. cons. agt. at Sagua la Grande 
July 1, 1921 ; cons. agt. at Sagua la Grande Oct. 6, 
1922 ; married. 

Joyce. Robert Prather. — 6. Los Angeles. Calif.. Oct. 
17. 1902 ; Deep Springs Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1926 ; Yale 
Law Sch. 1925-26 ; L'ficole Libre des Sciences 
Politiques 1926-27 ; app.. after exam., For. Ser. offi- 
cer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; as- 
signed to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24. 1928; to 
Shanghai Oct. 10, 1928 ; to La Paz Mar. 25, 1931 ; 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 28, 1932 ; assigned as 3d 
sec. at La Paz Apr. 1, 1932. 

Jukes, Arthur d'Aguilar. — b. Vancouver, Brit. Co- 
lumbia, of Am. parents, Jan. 27, 1906 ; high sch. 
grad. ; Oreg. State Coll. 1923-25 ; Univ. of Wash. 
1925-26 ; elk., traffic mgr. for company, and at sea 
1926-28 ; claim agt. for steamship company 1928-29 ; 
app. elk. in* Am. Consulate General at Callao-Lima 
Jan. 16, 1930 ; v. c. at Callao-Lima Nov. 20, 1930 ; 
married. 

tfKarnes, William.— 6. Chicago, HI., Sept. 21, 1906; 
Principia Jr. Coll. 1925-27 ; George Washington Univ. 
1927-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. 
and v. c. of career Mar. 26, 1929 ; assigned to the 
For. Ser. Sch. May 1, 1929; to San Luis Potosf 
July 10. 1929; to Vera Cruz Nov. 24. 1930; to the 
Dept. Sept. 16, 1932 ; resigned Feb. 2, 1933 ; married. 

Kaufman, David E. — b. in Lithuania May 15, 1883 ; 
Susquehanna Coll. Inst. grad. ; Dickinson Law Sch., 
LL. B. 1904 ; law practice 1904-23 ; mem. of law 
firm 1923-28; app. E. E. and M. P. to Bolivia Mar. 
7, 1928 ; resigned Jan. 9, 1930 ; app. E. E. and 
M. P. to Siam June 12. 1930. 

Kazanjian, Reginald Stephen. — b. Newport, R. I., 
Aug. 7. 1905 ; Harvard, A. B. 1927 ; Oxford 1927-28 ; 
Harvard Grad. Sch. 1928-29 ; app., after exam., B'or. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at 
Habana, temp., Dec. 26. 1930 ; to Matanzas, temp., 
May 18, 1931 ; to Habana Sept. 19, 1931 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Dec. 29. 1931 ; to Rangoon Apr. 7, 1932. 

Kearney. Mary Powers (Mrs.) — b. Berry ville, Va. ; 
Farmville State Normal Sch. grad. ; Crane Normal 
Inst. 1904 ; teacher in public sch. seven yrs. ; app. elk., 
temp., at $1,020 in the Dept. of State Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
at $1,080 Jan. 1, 1919; permanently at $900 Feb. 1, 



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1921 ; at $1,000 Aug. 16, 1921 ; at $1,100 Dec. 30, 
1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923; at $1,200 Oct. 1, 1923; 
at $1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,560 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $1,620 July 1, 1928; at $1,080 July 1, 
1930.— rD. 

Kearney, Walter.— 6. Scranton, Pa., July 16, 1911 ; 
attended tech. high sch. ; messenger-elk. 1927-28 ; app. 
elk. at $1,000 in the N. Y. Despatch Agency of the 
Dept. of State Oct. 1. 1928; at $1,200 Mar. 1, 1029; 
at $1,400 Feb. 1, 1930. 

Keating, Joseph T.— &. Sag Harbor, N. Y., Oct. 13, 
1899; Georgetown Univ., LL. B. 1920, LL. M. 1922; 
French Language Sch. 1930-33 ; Berlitz Sch. of 
Languages 1933- ; mem. of bars of D. C. and N. Y. ; 
U. S. Army 1918 ; law elk. 1920-21 ; practicing at- 
torney 1921-25 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of 
State Nov. 24, 1922 ; at $1,000 May 1, 1923 ; at $1,500 
July 1, 1924 ; elk. and stenog., Am. section of the 
Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commn., 1925-26 ; at $1,560 
Nov. 1, 1927; at $1,680 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
legal asst. at $2,000 Dec. 1, 1928 ; at $2,600 June 1, 
1929; at $2,S00 July 1, 1930; married.— TD. 

Keatley, George Harold. — 6. Fleming, Pa., June 6, 
1902 ; Dickinson Coll., Ph. B. 1927 ; George Washing- 
ton. LL. B. 1933 ; mem. ef bar of D. C. ; sec. to dean, 
Dickinson Coll., 1921-23 ; secretarial work in China 
and Philippine Is. 1925-27; in N. Y. bank 1927-28; 
asst. sec. to gov. gen. of Philippine Is. 1928-29 ; app. 
private sec. to the sec. of state at $3,200 Apr. 4, 
1929 ; at $3,400 July 1, 1930 ; at $3,200 Mar. 6, 
1933.— A-C/C. 

Keblinger, "Wilbur. — 6. Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 8, 
1875 ; Staunton Mil. Acad. ; George Washington, LL. 
B. 1904 ; U. S. Army 1898 ; elk.. War Dept., 1898-99 ; 
sec. Int. Boundary Commn., U. S. and Mexico, 1899- 
1914 ; sec. of Am. section, Chamizal Arbitration, 
U. S. and Mexico, El Paso, Tex., 1910 ; U. S. Commr., 
Rio Grande Commn., 1910-14 ; app., under Ex. order, 
cons, at Malta May 15, 1914 ; cons, of class eight by 
act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven Sept. 14, 1917 ; 
detailed to Fiume May 27, 1919 ; class six Sept. 5, 
1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; detailed to Zagreb 
July 29, 1920 ; class four and detailed to Fiume 
Nov. 19, 1921; assigned to Fiume Jan. 25, 1922; to 
Bombay Mar. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class five 
July 1, 1924 ; class four Feb. 24, 1925 ; assigned to 
Melbourne Apr. 7, 1930; class three July 24, 1930; 
to Sydney, N. S. W., July 13, 1931 ; cons. gen. Feb. 
19, 1932; assigned as cons. gen. at Singapore Mar. 3, 
1932 ; married. 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr. — 6. Curwensville, Pa., Nov. 
27, 1895 ; high sch. grad. ; U. S. Sch. of Mil. Aeronau- 
tics, Princeton Univ., grad. 1917 ; studied law ; with 
powder company 1910-17 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d 
It.; in restaurant business 1919-20; app. v. c. at 
Constantinople June 11, 1920; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three Sept. 30, 1922 ; assigned to 
Constantinople Oct. 7, 1922; to Damascus Feb. 24, 
1923 ; class two Nov. 23, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer un- 
class. July 1, 1924 ; cLnss eight and cons. Aug. 31, 
1925 ; assigned to Beirut Apr. 24, 1928 ; class seven 



May 17. 1928 ; class six Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to 
Montreal Mar. 12, 1931; class five July 1, 1931; 
married. 

Keena, Leo John. — 6. Detroit, Mich., Apr. 12, 1878 ; 
Detroit ColL 1893-96; Univ. of Mich. 1897-1900; sea- 
man 1898 ; mining business 1900-1903 ; in charge of 
mill in Colombia 1904 ; in business 1905-9 ; app., 
after exam., cons, at Chihuahua May 31, 1909 ; at 
Florence Dec. 14, 1910 ; cons. gen. at Buenos Aires 
Apr. 27, 1914 ; cons. gen. of class five by act ap- 
proved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class four Feb. 22, 1915, and 
assigned to Valparaiso; to Zurich Mar. 27, 1919; to 
Warsaw Sept. 30, 1920 ; class three Nov. 23, 1921 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; cons, and 
assigned to Liverpool Aug. 26, 1924 ; class one Dec. 
17, 1925 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Habana May 7, 
1927 ; tech. adviser. Sixth Int. Conf. of Am. States, 
Habana, 1928 ; del.. Int. Conf. on Immigration and 
Emigration, Habana, 1928 ; assigned to Paris Oct. 26, 
1929 ; married. 

Kegg, Cressy L. (Mrs.) — 6. Washington, D. C. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; amateur photo- 
graphic work two yrs. ; elk. and photostat operator, 
Dept. of State, 1918-24 ; reapp. photostat operator 
at $1,320 in the Dept. of State July 16, 1927; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 
1928 ; at $1,620 July 1, 1930.— SS. 

Kehl, John E. — 6. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 10, 1870; 
attended high sch. and business sch. ; secretary- 
treas. of a publishing house 1890-95 ; conducted 
printing and publishing business 1895-97 ; app., after 
exam., cons, at Stettin Oct. 15, 1897 ; special ';ommr. 
of deeds for the State of Ohio while stationed at 
Stettin ; cons, at Sydney, N. S., June 10, 1908 ; at 
Saloniki Aug. 19, 1911 ; cons, of class six by act 
approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class five Mar. 2, 1915 ; class 
four Sept. 14, 1917, and assigned to Santiago, Cuba 
(assignment canceled) ; assigned to Aarhus Apr. 13, 
1918 ; class three June 4, 1920 ; unassigned from 
Sept. 7, 1920 ; detailed to Berlin Feb. 17, 1921 ; 
assigned to Breslau Nov. 15, 1921 ; to Stuttgart 
June 11, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class four July 1, 
1924 ; class three Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Ham- 
burg May 4, 1929 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Ham- 
burg May 23, 1929 ; class two July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Keith, Gerald. — b. New York City Mar. 13, 1893; 
Amherst Coll., B. A. 1915 ; Univ. of Grenoble 1925 ; 
salesman 1915-17, 1919-25; U. S. Naval Reserve 
1917-19, It. (jg.) ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. and v. c. of career Feb. 5, 1927 ; assigned 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 14, 1927; to Seville 
Feb. 24, 1928; to Calcutta Sept. 4, 1931; married. 

Kelchner, Warren. — b. Orangeville, Pa., Nov. 6, 
1895 ; Valparaiso Univ., LL. B. 1917 ; Univ. of Pa.. 
A. B. 1023 : Institut des Hautes Etudes Interna- 
tional 1925-26; Harvard, M. A. 1928; Univ. of Pa., 
Ph. D. 1928; mem. of bar of Ind. ; teacher 1913-15, 
1918-20 ; instructor in political science, Univ. of Pa., 
192."-25 ; Penfield traveling scholar in int. Liw and 
diplomacy 1925-27; research on Am. republics under 
Bu. of Int. Research, Harvard, 1928-30 ; app., after 



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Kelsey, Easton Trowbridge. — b. Ann Arbor, Mich., 
June 22, 1904 ; Phillips Exeter grad. ; Univ. of Mich.. 

A. B. 1929; Univ. of Mich. Law Sch. 1926-27; mem. 
Univ. of Mich, archeological expeditions to Asia Minor 
and Egypt 1924, 1927-28 ; app. elk., temp., in Am. 
Leg. at Cairo Apr. 19, 1928 ; resigned Sept. 14, 1928 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Apr. 24, 1930 ; as v. c. 
at Cairo July 22, 1930 ; also as language officer at 
Cairo Aug. 23, 1932 ; married. 

Kemp, Edwin Carl. — 6. East Douglass, Mass., Aug. 
24, 1884 ; attended high sch. ; in merchant marine 
three yrs. ; app., after exam., cons, at St. Pierre Apr. 
24, 1914 ; cons, of class nine by act approved Feb. 5, 
1915 ; detailed as v. c. at Marseille July 22, 1915 ; 
assigned to Tunis July 8, 1916 ; class eight Sept. 1, 
1916 ; assigned to Bucharest May 27, 1919 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five June 4, 1920 ; detailed to 
Budapest Nov. 11, 1920 ; assigned to Danzig Apr. 28, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class six July 1, 1924 ; class 
five June 8, 1927 ; assigned to Havre May 4, 1929 ; 
class four July 24, 1930; married. 

Kemper, Graham Hawes. — b. Bethany, W. Va., Apr. 
15, 1877 ; attended business sch. ; Transylvania Univ., 

B. S., 1896 ; Univ. of Ky., M. S. 1897 ; George Wash- 
ington Univ. 1909-11 ; teacher in private sch. and 
high sch. 1898-1905, in Philippine normal sch. 
1905-9 ; elk., Civil Ser. Commn., 1909-11 ; app., after 
exam., cons, at Cartagena Aug. 19, 1911 ; at Erfurt 
Sept. 18, 1913 ; cons, of class eight by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915 ; class seven July 12, 1916 ; assigned 
to Prague Aug. 3, 1916; to Vigo July 21, 1917; 
to Funchal Nov. 5, 1917; to Sofia May 27, 1919; 
class five Sept. 5, 1919 ; class four June 4, 1920 ; 
assigned to Yokohama Dec. 13, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer 
of class five July 1, 1924 ; class four Sept. 29, 1927 ; 
assigned to Tokyo, temp., June 6, 1928 ; to Yoko- 
hama Nov. 20, 1929 ; to Hamilton, Bermuda, Apr. 10, 
1930 ; class three July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Kendrick, Stephen Earle Clark. — b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Feb. 16, 1889 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
employed as secretary ; U. S. Naval Reserve Force 
1917-21 ; with Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 
and at Am. Leg. at Prague and Vienna ; app. v. c. 
at Vienna Dec. 19, 1921 ; at Toronto Mar. 25, 1926 ; 
at Montreal June 26, 1929 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. In the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Mont- 
real Jan. 2, 1932. 

Kenestrick, Millard L. — 6. Butler, Ind., Feb. 11, 
1904 ; high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Univ. 1924-25 ; 
George Washington Univ. 1927-31 ; elk.. Office of Pub- 
lic Bldgs. and Public Parks, 1923-30 ; app. elk. at 
?1,800 in the Dept. of State Nov. 12, 1930 ; at $2,300 
Feb. 9, 1931 ; representative of Dept. of State on 
Fed. Fire Council 1932- ; married.— CC. 

Kelly, William J. — 6. Washington, D. C, Apr. 11, Kennan, George Frost. — &. Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 

1894 ; laborer in State, War, Navy Bldg. one yr. ; app., 10, 1904 ; attended sch. in Germany ; St. John's Mil. 

temp., in the Dept. of State Dec. 28, 1918 ; laborer, Acad. ; Princeton, A. B. 1925 ; app., after exam.. For. 

permanently, Dec. 15, 1920.-— M.4.. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Sept. 1, 1926 ; 



exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
Jan. 29, 1929 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 2, 
1929 : asst. sec, Commn. for study and review of 
conditions in Haiti, 1930 ; assigned to Port au Prince 
July 22. 1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Jan. 22, 1931 ; 
assigned also as 3d sec. at Port au Prince Feb. 20, 
1931 ; resigned Nov. 8, 1931 ; app. divisional asst. at 
$4,600 in the Dept. of State Nov. 9, 1931.— LA. 

Kelley, Robert Francis. — 6. Somerville, Mass., Feb. 
13, 1S94 ; Harvard, A. B. 1915, A. M. 1917 ; Univ. of 
Paris 1915-16; asst. instructor in hist.. Harvard, 
1916-17; U. S. Army 1917-22, capt., overseas service, 
detailed as asst. mil. att. at Copenhagen and mil. 
observer in the Baltic Provinces Mar. 3, 1920 ; as 
asst. mil. att. at Helsingfors and mil. observer in the 
Baltic Provinces July 28, 1921 ; app., after exam., 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class four Dec. 20, 1919, but 
declined appointment ; app., after exam., v. c. of 
career of class three Nov. 16, 1922 ; assigned to Cal- 
cutta Dec. 14, 1922 ; app. drafting officer at $2,500 
in the Dept. of State Sept. 26, 1923; reapp. v. c. 
of career of class three May 24, 1924 ; class two 
May 28, 1924 ; class one May 31, 1924 ; cons, of class 
seven and assigned to the Dept. June 5, 1924 ; For. 
Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; asst. chief. 
Division of Eastern European Affairs, Mar. 16, 1925 ; 
act. chief Oct. 1, 1925 ; class seven June 2, 1926 ; 
chief, Division of Eastern European Affairs, Oct. 15, 
192G ; class six May 17, 1928 ; resigned July 1, 1928 ; 
app. drafting officer at $6,500 in the Dept. of State 
and designated chief. Division of Eastern European 
Affairs, July 1, 1928; at $7,500 Aug. 1, 1928; at 
$8,000 July 1, 1930.— EE. 

Kelly, George Francis. — b. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
Jan. 21, 1902 ; Venard Prep. Sch. ; attended business 
sch. ; elk. in Mass. State govt. 1920-23 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Kingston, Jamaica, Apr. 10, 1923 ; 
V. c. at Kingston Apr. 1, 1925; married. 

Kelly, Helen G. — b. Utica, N. Y. ; high sch. grad. ; 
Oneonta Normal Sch., grad. 1923 ; George Washing- 
ton Univ. 1930- ; teacher in public sch. 1923-30 ; elk.. 
Veterans' Admin., 1930-31, Dept. of Agric. Feb.-Nov. 
1931 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Nov. 
16, 1931. — SS. 

Kelly, Ruth E. — 6. Utica, N. Y. ; high sch. grad. ; 
George Washington Univ. 1930- ; secretary 1921-29 ; 
app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State May 21, 
1931 ; at $1,620 Sept. 1, 1931.— FE. 

Kelly, William Francis. — b. Rockville, Conn., July 
23, 1900 ; high sch. grad. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ser. 1924-26, 1928-29; elk. 1918-24, in Govt, depts. 
1924-26; secretary 1926-27; app. elk. at $1,320 in 
the Dept. of State Aug. 8, 1927; at $1,440 July 1, 
1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,620 Nov. 1, 1928; at $1,800 
Jan. 3, 1930 ; at $1,920 July 1, 1930.— FA. 



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assigned to Geneva, temp., Apr. 22, 1927 ; to Ham- 
burg July 15, 1927; to Berlin, temp., Apr. 5, 1928; 
to Tallinn Apr. 7, 1928 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 
23, 1929 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Riga, Kovno, and 
Tallinn June 5, 1929 ; as language officer at Berlin 
May 25, 1929. effective in Oct. 1929; class eight and 
cons. May 9, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. at Riga Sept. 
17, 1931 ; married. 

Kennedy, John Royer. — h. Sycamore, 111., May 25, 
1907 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B.F.S. 1933 ; 
app. cllJ. at !fl,U20 in the Dept. of State Nov. 1, 
1928; editorial asst. at $1,800 Sept. 1, ]929; at 
$2,000 Apr. 21, 1930; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— HA. 

Kennedy, Maud. — b. Washington, D. C. ; St. Vin- 
cent's Acad. grad. ; attended business- sch. ; elk. in 
Govt, depts. 1914-17 ; app. elk., temp., at $900 in the 
Dept. of State June 4, 1917 ; at $1,100 Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
at $1,200 July 1, 1918 ; permanently, at $900 Feb. 1, 
1921; at $1,200 Aug. 1, 1921; at $1,400 Nov. 21, 
1923; at $1,680 July 1, 1924; at $1,740 Dee. 1, 1925; 
at $1,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,860 July 
1, 1930; at $1,920 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act). — 
PD. 

Kenny, William Talty (Lt., ig.)—b. Nashville, Tenn., 
Feb. 17, 1905 ; Montgomery Bell Acad. grad. ; 
U.S.N.A., grad. 1926; assigned as language officer at 
Peiping Aug. 8, 1932. 

Kent, Zolita Marion (Mrs.) — 6. Johnson, Nebr. ; at- 
tended high sch. ; stenog. and sec. three yrs. ; app. 
elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State Apr. 15, 1929; 
at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1930 ; at $1,740 July 1, 1930.— FE. 

Keogh, John Belfort. — h. Chicago, 111., Jan. 10, 
1903 ; Chicago Latin Sch. grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 
1925, grad. work 1925-28 ; a.sst. instructor of Eng. 
and asst. crew coach. Harvard, 1925-28 ; advertising 
work 1928-30 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Nassau 
June 3, 1931 ; v. c. at Nassau Feb. 23, 1933. 

Keppler, Chester H. J. (Capt.) — h. Iowa City, Iowa, 
Feb. 10. 1885; T'.S.N.A., grad. 1907; assigned as 
naval att. at Berlin, Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stock- 
holm May 24, 1933 ; married. 

Ketcham, John Belden. — b. Bayshore, N. Y., July 
29, 1896 ; Hotchkiss Sch. ; Mercersburg Acad. ; Yale, 
B. A. 1919 ; U. S. Naval Reserve Force 1917-19, en- 
sign ; elk. 1921 ; with lumber company 1921-22 ; with 
oil company in Constantinople and Athens 1922—24 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. May 28, 
1926 ; V. c. of career June 15, 1926 ; assigned to 
Singapore Apr. 20, 1927 ; to Ponang, temp., June 5, 
1928 ; to Singapore Mar. 15, 1929 ; to Surabaya June 
20, 1930 ; class eight, cons., and assigned to Surabaya 
Feb. 27, 1931 ; to Taihoku Sept. 22, 1931 ; married. 

Key, David McKendree. — b. Tokyo, Japan, of Am. 
parents, Feb. 4, 1900 ; Groton Sch. grad. ; Harvard, 
A. B. 1922; Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge 
Univ., England, 1922-23; Georgetown Sch. of For. 
Ser. 1923-24 ; U. S. Marine Corps 1918 ; app., after 
exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. Mar. 20, 1925 ; also 
V. c. of career and detailed to the Dept. Sept. 2, 1925 ; 



assigned to Antwerp Mar. 9, 1926 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. and assigned as 3d sec. at Berlin July 18, 1927 ; 
at London Oct. 19. 1929 ; class eight and cons. Dec. 
19, 1929 ; see. to representatives, conf. of ministers 
for moratorium on intergovernmental debts, London, 
1931 ; class seven July 1, 1931 ; sec 1st stage, Gen. 
Disarmament Conf., Geneva, 1932 ; asst. sec. to Am. 
del.. Int. Monetary and Economic Conf., London, 1933 ; 
married. 

Kiley, Henry Patrick. — b. Bridgeport, Conn., Mar. 
22, 1897 ; high sch. grad. ; studied under private 
tutor in Germany ; secretary 1916—17 ; elk.. War 
Dept., 1917-18 ; Army field elk. 1918-21 ; secretaiT, 
Am. Sec., Inter-Allied Rhineland High Commn., Co- 
blenz, Germany, 1921-23 ; private enterprise 1923-26 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Leg. at Sofia Feb. 9, 1926; elk.. 6th 
sess., 2d pt.. Prep. Commn. for Disarmament Conf., 
Geneva, 1930 ; elk.. Int. Conf. for Unification of Laws 
on Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, and Cheques, 
Geneva, 1931 ; elk., 1st Conf. of Rep. of Central Police 
Offices, Geneva, 1931 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at 
Geneva Feb. 25, 1931 ; v. c. at Geneva Dee. 14, 1931. 

Killarney, Francis Michael. — b. Newton, Mass., June 
2, 1905 ; attended business sch. ; George Washington 
Univ. three yrs. ; National Univ., B. S. 1931, M. A. 
1933 ; elk. 1920-22 ; U. S. Army 1922-24 ; elk. and 
stenog., Patent Office, 1924-28 ; app. elk. at $1,500 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 26, 1928; at $1,620 July 
1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,800 Dec. • 1, 1928 ; at 
$2,000 May 1, 1929; at $2,200 July 1, 1930; at 
$2,300 Dee. 1, 1930.— BA. 

Kimrey, Chester Hallett. — b. Hallett, Okla., Jan. 20, 
1910 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Guatemala Dee. 5, 
1928; V. c. at Guatemala July 10, 1931. 

King, Edwin J. — 6. Emmitsburg, Md., Nov. 21, 
1896; high sch. grad.; Gettysburg Coll. 1917-18; 
cml. employment 1919-23 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Barranquilla Sept. 29, 1924 ; v. e. at Bar- 
ranquilla Feb. 4, 1925 ; at Santa Marta, temp., Dec. 
18, 1926; at Barranquilla Feb. 18, 1927; at Dublin 
Aug. 10, 1928. 

Kirby, Burton Row. — b. Falls Church, Va., Sept. 
25, 1905 ; attended tech. high sch. ; George Washing- 
ton Univ. 1928-30 ; messenger boy and elk. in Govt, 
depts. 1921-26 ; deck boy on steamship 1927*; app. 
elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State May 18, 1927; 
at $1,260 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,440 July 
1, 1928; at $1,620 Oct. 1, 1929; at $1,740 July 1, 
1930; at $1,800 Aug. 14. 1931.— DCR. 

Kirk, Alexander Comstock. — b. Chicago, 111., Nov. 26, 
1888 ; Yale, B. A. 1909 ; L'ficole Libre des Sciences 
Politiques, diploma 1911 ; Harvard Law Sch., LL. B. 
1914 ; mem. of bar of 111. ; private see. to the 3d asst. 
see. of state 1915 ; app., after exam., see. of emb. or 
leg. of class four Mar. 2, 1915 ; assigned to the Dept. 
Mar. 6, 1915; to Berlin Aug. 5, 1915; class three 
Nov. 5, 1915; assigned to The Hague Feb. 3, 1917; 
attached to Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 
1918-19 ; assigned to the Dept. July 24, 1919 ; class 



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two Dec. 20, 1919 ; assigned to Tokyo Feb. 26, 1920 ; 
to Peking May 2, 1922 ; unassigned from Oct. 7, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
as 1st sec. at Mexico City July 17, 1924; class three 
Nov. 17, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. July 2, 1925 ; 
detailed as asst. to the undersec. of state Oct. 9, 
1925 ; V. chm., Bd. of Review for Efficiency Ratings, 
July 11, 1927; executive officer for the Dept. Oct. 
4, 1927 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Rome Oct. 5, 1928 ; 
class two Dec. 19, 1929 ; couns. of emb. at Rome Dec. 
21, 1929 ; class one July 1, 1931. 

Kirsch, Mildred. — 6. St. Joseph, Mo. ; high sch. and 
business sch. grad. ; stenog. 1929-30 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Dec. 16, 1930; at $1,620 
July 21, 1931.— SS. 

Kissick, Harold G.—b. Chillicothe, Mo., Dec. 2, 
1910 ; high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Washing- 
ton Coll. of Law 1930-31, 1932- ; George Washing- 
ton Univ. 1931-32 ; stenog. 1929-30 ; typist, Dept. of 
Labor, 1930 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of 
State May 1, 1931.— DCR. 

Klath, Thormod Oscar. — b. Sioux City, Iowa, Nov. 
26, 1890 ; Red Wing Coll., Minn. ; National Law Sch., 
LL. M. 1916; mem. of bar of D. C. ; elk., Dept. of 
Com., 1916-19 ; app. trade commr. at Copenhagen 
Jan. 27, 1919 ; mgr. of Chicago dist. office of Bu. of 
For. and Domes. Com. Feb. 1, 1922 ; of N. Y. office 
Oct. 29, 1923 ; trade commr. at Stockholm July 1, 
1924 ; cml. att. at Stockholm Feb. 28, 1925 ; observer, 
Int. Cong, of Forestry Experimental Stations, Stock- 
holm, 1929 ; married. 

Kliefoth, Alfred -Will.— 6. Mayville, Wis., Oct. 10, 
1889 ; Univ. of Wis., A. B. 1913 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in China Apr. 4, 1914, but de- 
clined I app. elk. in Am. Leg. at Stockholm June 15, 
1916 ; elk. in Am. Emb. at Petrograd Sept. 10, 1916 ; 
Am. passport control officer at Torneo, Finland, and 
V. c. at Haparanda Nov. 30, 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917- 
19, 1st It., overseas service ; app. asst. mil. att. at 
Petrograd Jan. 1918 ; app. special asst. at $3,500 in 
the Dept. of State June 17, 1920; drafting officer 
July 12, 1920 ; app., after exam., cons, of class six 
Mar. 1, 1923; detailed to the Dept. Mar. 13, 1923; 
asst. chief, Divi.sion of Eastern European Affairs, 
Nov. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 
1924 ; class six Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Berlin 
Sept. 22, 1924 ; to Riga June 13, 1927 ; class five 
May 17, 1928 ; assigned as For. Ser. officer to the 
emb. at Berlin June 29, 1929 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Oct. 16, 1929; assigned as 2d sec. at Berlin 
Oct. 24, 1929; class four Dec. 19, 1929; as 1st sec. 
at Vienna May 11, 1933 ; married. 

Knabenshue, Paul. — h. Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 31, 1883 ; 
high sch. grad. ; private tutors ; partner and gen. mgr. 
of business 1903-4 ; app. messenger in Am. Consulate 
at Belfast Mar. 1, 1905 ; v. c. at Belfast June 20. 
1906; V. and dep. cons. May 23, 1911; v. and dep. 
cons. gen. at Cairo July 17, 1911 ; v. c. at Cairo Feb. 
6, 1915 ; app., after exam., cons, of class eight Sept. 
14, 1917 ; detailed to Beirut May 2, 1919 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919 ; class five Nov. 19, 1921 ; class four 



Mar. 1, 1923; For. Ser. officer of class five July 1, 
1924 ; class four Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to Beirut 
Aug. 11, 1925 ; cons. gen. May 31, 1928 ; assigned to 
Beirut June 20, 1928; to Jerusalem June 20, 1928; 
class three May 9, 1930 ; min. resident and cons. gen. 
to Iraq .\ug. 5, 1932 ; married. 

Koerner, Rosalind H. (Mrs.) — b. Washington, D. C. ; 
high sch. grad. ; clk.-typist 1929-31 ; app. elk., temp., 
at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Jan. 16, 1931; 
permanently Apr. 17. 1931 ; at $1,020 Jan. 12, 
1932.— FA. 

KoMer, Foy David. — 6. Oakwood. Ohio, Feb. 15, 
1908 ; Toledo Univ. 1924-27 ; Ohio State, B. S. 1931 ; 
bank teller 1924-27, summers 1928, 1929 ; asst. sec, 
univ. alumni assn., and business mgr., univ. paper, 
1930-31 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Windsor Jan. 12, 1932 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 29, 1932; to Bucharest Mar. 
30, 1933. 

Kramer, Alwin Dalton (Lt., ig.)—b. Worcester, 
Mass., Sept. 5, 1903; U.S.N.A., grad. 1925; assigned 
as language officer at Tokyo Aug. 11, 1931. 

Krausse, Henry Gustave. — b. Brownsville, Tex., Oct. 
28, 1896 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
studied law ; elk. 1913-17 ; inspector. Public Health 
Ser., 1917 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate at Matamoros 
Aug. 6, 1917 ; V. c. at Matamoros Jan. 6, 1919 ; at 
Nuevo Laredo, temp., Sept. 14, 1922 ; at Matamoros 
Oct. 9, 1922 ; at Nuevo Laredo, temp.. May 10, 1924 ; 
at Matamoros July 26, 1924 ; at San Luis Potosf, 
temp., June 12, 1926; at Matamoros Sept. 23, 1926; 
at Saltillo, temp., Feb. 19, 1927 ; at Matamoros May 
16, 1927 ; married. 

Kreis, Foster Helm. — b. Minneapolis, Minn., July 
20. 1889; Univ. of Minn., B. A. 1913, M. A. 1914; 
Univ. of Washington 1919 ; teacher in high sch. 1914- 
19 ; elk. in shipping company 1919-20 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate General at Shanghai July 23, 1920; 
resigned Aug. 31, 1924 ; reapp. Apr. 18, 1925 ; v. c. at 
Shanghai Jan. 14, 1927; at Sydney, N. S. W., Apr. 
15, 1930. 

Krentz, Kenneth Carl. — b. Denver, Colo., Dec. 12, 
1899 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Colo. 1915 ; with 
electric company 1915-18 ; U. S. Naval Reserve Force 
1918-19 ; with telephone company 1919-26 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate General at Hong Kong Mar. 11, 
1926 ; V. c. at Hong Kong Sept. 22, 1926 ; app., after 
exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
assigned to Hong Kong Mar. 26, 1929 ; to Kobe July 
1, 1932 ; to Nagasaki, temp., May 9, 1933 ; to Kobe 
June 3, 1933. 

Kuniholm, Bertel Eric. — b. Gardner, Mass., May 13, 
1901; Worcester Polytech. Inst. 1918-19; Army- 
Navy Prep. Sch. 1919; U. S. M. A., grad. 1924; 
U. S. Army 1924-27, 2d It. ; instructor. Woodward 
Sch. for Boys, 1927-28; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928 ; to 



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Kovno Jan. 18, 1929; as language officer to the 
consulate general at Paris July 30, 1930 ; also v. c. at 
Paris May 1, 1931 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. June 19, 
1933 ; assigned as v. c. at Tallinn Juno 21. 1933. 

Kushelevsky, Charlotte L.— b. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; high 
sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; George Washing- 
ton Univ. 1926-28; stcnog. 1925-27; in War Dept. 
1927-28 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Apr. 16, 1929; at $1,620 Mar. 1, 1930; at $1,740 
July 1, 1930.— EE. 

Kuykendall, Clark Porter, — 6. Towanda, Pa., May 
10, 1896 ; Columbia, A. B. 1920 ; Am.. Field Ser. in 
France 1917 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, overseas service ; 
app., after exam., v. c. of career of class thre^i 
Sept. 7, 1920 ; assigned to Amsterdam Oct. 18, 1920 ; 
class two May 26, 1922; class one Feb. 26, 1923; 
assigned to Batavia Mar. 30, 1923 ; cons, of class 
seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Oslo Apr. 5, 1927 ; class 
seven Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to Bergen, temp., 
May 21, 1930; at Oslo June 7, 1930; at Naples 
Sept. 23, 1930 ; class six July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Lackey, Mary Goodloe. — h. Kansas City, Mo. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; studied under 
private tutor ; elk. and stenog. ; app. elk., temp., at 
$1,200 in the Dept. of State July 20, 1918; per- 
manently, at $720 Feb. 1, 1921 ; at $840 Apr. 30, 
1921, effective May 1 ; at $1,000 Aug. 16, 1921 ; at 
$1,080 Oct. 16, 1922 ; at $1,200 Dec. 30, 1922, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, 1923 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,500 
Aug. 16, 1924; at $1,680 Apr. 16, 1926; at $1,800 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,000 Aug. 1, 1928 ; 
at $2,200 July 1, 1930. — CR. 

Lagarde, Henry Grasselli. — b. New Orleans, La., 
Jan. 4, 1899 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
private tutors ; U. S. Army 1918-19 ; capt. O.R.C. ; 
accountant 1920-24 ; mgr. business dept. of credit 
CO. 1924-25 ; pres. mfg. firm 1925-31 ; life ins. agt. 
1931-32 ; vice pres. credit co. 1932-33 ; asst. passport 
agt. at New Orleans Apr.-May 1932 ; app. acting 
passport agt., temp., at New Orleans at $1,800 June 

I, 1933. 

Lahm. Frank Purdy (Col.) — b. Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 
17, 1877 ; U.S.M.A., grad. 1901 ; Ecole Albert le Grand 
and Ecole d'Application de la Cavalerie, France ; as- 
signed as asst. mil. att. for air at Paris and Madrid 
Oct. 7, 1931. 

LaMont, George Darwin. — b. Albion, N. Y., Aug. 9, 
1904 ; Phillips Exeter ; Cornell, A. B. 1927 ; app. elk. 
In Am. Consulate at Port au Prince Aug. 6, 1927 ; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. 
of career Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned to Port au Prince 
Sept. 17, 1927 ; to Kovno July 21, 1930 ; sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Aug. 1, 1930; also 3d sec. at Kovno Oct. 
7, 1930 ; married. 

Lamore, Burton Hart. — b. New Haven, Mich., Oct. 

II, 1877 ; high sch. grad. ; private tutors in lan- 



guages 1903-14; studied law 1907; elk. 1892-99, 
railway mail elk. 1899-1902 ; accountant 1902-3 ; 
elk. 1903-5, in Public Health Ser. 1905-15; elk. and 
translator, Dept. of Com., 1915-17, 1918-21 ; chief 
of statistical section, U. S. Shipping Bd. Emergency 
Fleet Corp., 1917-18 ; instructor in Romance lan- 
guages, George Washington Univ., 1920-21, 1923-26; 
translator, War Dept., 1921-25 ; app. translator at 
$2,100 in the Dept. of State Apr. 10, 1925 ; at $2,400 
Dec. 1, 1926 ; at $2,600 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; 
at $2,700 July 1, 1928; at $2,800 July 1, 1930; at 
$3,200 Oct. 1, 1930; married.— TR. 

ttLancaster, Bruce. — b. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 22, 
1896 ; Sanford Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1919 ; U. S. 
Army 1915-19, Mexican border service ; with construc- 
tion company 1919-20 ; production work 1920-22 ; 
bond salesman 1922-23 ; branch mgr. for typewriter 
companies 1923-27 ; asst. executive officer, Int. 
Radiotelegraph Conf., Washington, 1927 ; app., after 
exam., For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career 
July 5, 1927 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 
3, 1928; to Kobe June 11, 1928; to Nagoya, temp., 
Aug. 19, 1930 ; to Kobe Aug. 30, 1930 ; to Nagoya, 
temp.. May 20, 1932 ; returned to Kobe July 1, 1932 ; 
resigned June 30, 1933 ; married. 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr. — b. Ashland, Va., Oct. 30, 
1900 ; Va. Polytech. Inst, and Randolph-Macon Coll. ; 
U.S.M.A., grad. 1923; U. S. Army 1923-30, 1st It.; 
app., after exam.. For Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; as- 
signed as V. c. at Mexico City, temp., Dec. 27, 1930; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 23, 1931 ; to Bombay Apr. 
7, 1932. 

Lane, Arthur Bliss. — b. Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
June 16, 1894 ; Browning Sch. ; I'ficole de I'Isle de 
France, Liancourt, France ; business sch. ; Yale, B. A. 
1916 ; Conn. Nat. Guard 1915-16 ; sec. to Am. Amb. 
to Italy 1916-17; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or 
leg. of class four Aug. 23, 1917, and assigned to Rome ; 
class three Mar. 14, 1919 ; assigned to Warsaw Apr. 
16, 1919 ; detailed to Am. Commn. to Negotiate 
Peace, Paris, 1919 ; assigned to London Dec. 10, 1919 ; 
sec. to Am. del.. Supreme Council, Paris, 1921 ; 
to Berne Apr. 6, 1922 ; class two Sept. 22, 1922 ; 
assigned to the Dept. Feb. 26, 1923 ; detailed as asst. 
to the under sec. of state May 12, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class four July 1, 1924 ; class three Feb. 24, 
1925 ; assigned as 1st sec. at Mexico City July 2, 
1925 ; to the Dept. Nov. 8, 1927 ; chief. Division of 
Mexican Affairs, Dec. 12, 1927; class two May 23, 
1929 ; assigned as couns. of emb. at Mexico City 
Mar. 26, 1930 ; class one Feb. 4, 1931 ; app. E.E. and 
M.P. to Nicaragua July 31, 1933 ; married. 

Lane, Clayton. — b. Guthrie Center, Iowa, Mar. 9, 
1895 ; Simpson Coll., Stanford Univ., and Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.; Univ. of Calif., A. B. 1921, grad. work 
1922-24 ; bank elk. 1913-16 ; mining and cattle busi- 
ness 1916-17 ; U. S. Navy 1917-19 ; Am. Merchant 
Marine 1921-22 ; assoc. prof, of finance and int. 
relations, St. Mary's Coll., Oakland, Calif., 1922-24 ; 



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lecturer on European and Far Eastern economics, 
Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., 1925-27 ; entered Bu. 
of For. and Domes. Com. .Tuly 1924 ; app. trade 
commr. at Vienna July 1927 ; at Berlin Aug. 1927 ; 
at Vienna Mar. 1928; cml. att. at Warsaw May 17, 
1928 ; representative of Dept. of Com., Int. Adver- 
tising Assoc, Berlin, 1929 ; del., Int. Inst, of Sta- 
tistics, Warsaw, 1929 ; married. 

Lane, Francis Adams. — b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 4, 
1892 ; attended prep. sch. In Germany ; employed in 
England and Germany 1911-29 ; app. elk. in Am. Con- 
sulate at Bremen May 1, 1929 ; v. c. at Bremen Nov. 
19, 1929 ; married. 

Lane, George Bliss. — 6. New York City Dec. 29, 
1902 ; Browning Sch. ; Yale, B. A. 1925 ; Columbia, 
LL. B. 1929 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer un- 
class. and v. c. of career Nov. 12, 1929 ; assigned to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Nov. 18, 1929 ; to Hong Kong Mar. 
26, 1930 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. May 18, 1933 ; 
assigned as v. c. at Montreal May 31, 1933. 

Lane, Rufus Herman, Jr. — b. Willoughby, Ohio, Maj 
24, 1901 ; Porter Mil. Acad. ; Mt. Union Coll. and 
George Washington Univ. ; Univ. of Va., B. S. 1923 ; 
engineer's asst. 1923-24 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. 
officer unclass. Oct. 16, 1924, and detailed to the 
Dept. ; v. c. of career May 20, 1926 ; assigned to 
Habana Dec. 9, 1927; to Progreso May 19, 1928; 
class eight, cons., and assigned to Progreso July 
24, 1930 ; to Patras Oct. 29, 1931. 

Langdon, William Russell b. Smyrna, Turkey, of 

Am. parents, July 31, 1891 ; attended sch. in Smyrna ; 
Mt. Hermon Sch. ; Trinity Coll. one yr. ; app. elk. In 
Am. Consulate General at Constantinople July 17, 
1911 ; at Athens July 17, 1913 ; app., after exam., 
student interpreter in Japan Apr. 4, 1914 ; also v. c. 
at Yokohama Mar. 24, 1916 ; also interpreter at Yoko- 
hama Jan. 4, 1917 ; asst. Japanese sec. at Tokyo Feb. 
12, 1918; V. c. of career of class one Aug. 26, 1919; 
assigned to Yokohama July 8, 1921 ; cons, of class six 
Nov. 23, 1921 ; assigned to Antung May 10, 1922 ; 
class five June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class six 
July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Tsinan Aug. 8, 1925 ; to 
Mukden Feb. 25, 1927 ; to Dairen Feb. 27, 1928 ; class 
five Dec. 19, 1929 ; to Montreal Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Laser, Ethel Jane. — b. Washington, D. C. ; high sch. 
grad. ; stenog. 1926-27, in Federal Power Commn. 
1929-30; app. elk., temp., at $1,440 in the Dept. of 
State Jan. 16, 1930; permanently Aug. 6, 1930; at 
$1,620 Feb. 6, 1931.— SS. 

Lassen, Gussie A. — ft. St. Joseph, Mo. ; high sch. 
and business sch. grad. ; elk., Census Bu., 1930 ; app. 
elk. at $1,260 in the Dept. of State Aug. 25, 1930.— 
CI. 

Latchford, Stephen. — b. Annapolis Junction, Md., 
Feb. 4, 1883 ; attended business sch. ; Washington 
Coll. of Law, LL. B. 1920, LL. M. 1921; mem. of 
bar of D. C. ; elk. 1900-1904 ; stenog. and typist 



1904-5 ; Panama Canal work. Canal Zone and Pana- 
ma. 1905-11 ; app. elk. at $900 in the Dept. of St.ite 
Aug. 19, 1911 ; at $1,000 Aug. 1. 1913 ; at $1,200 Dec. 

3. 1915 ; at $1,400 June 22, 1910, effective July 1 ; 
at $1,600 May 1. 1918; law elk. at $2,000 Sept. 8, 
1921; at $2,250 Sept. 16. 1922; at $2,500 Dec. 30, 
1922, effective Jan. 1, 1923 ; asst. solicitor Nov. 1, 
1923 ; at $3,000 July 1, 1924 ; an asst. to the solicitor 
at $3,400 Feb. 1. 1926 ; at $3,500 Nov. 1, 1927 ; tech. 
asst. (legal) Apr. 21, 1928; at $3,600 July 1. 1928 
(Welch Act! ; at $3,800 Oct. 1, 1928; at $4,600 June 
1. 1929; at $5,000 July 1, 1930; at $5,200 July 3, 
1030 (Brookhart Act! ; married. — TD. 

Latimer, Frederick Palmer, Jr. — b. Groton, Conn., 
Mar. 14, 1904 ; Yale, B. A. 1925 ; Univ. of Dijon 1925 ; 
instructor in French, Hotchkiss Sch., 1925-27 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Oct. 24, 1928 ; assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. 
Nov. 5, 1928 ; to San Salvador Mar. 29, 1929 ; sec. 
in the Diplo. Ser. Aug. 5, 1930 ; also 3d sec. at 
San Salvador Oct. 10, 1930: v. c. and 3d sec. at 
Tallinn Oct. 17, 1931; at Helsingfors June 21. 1933; 
married. 

Lato, Stephen Edward. — b. New York City Aug. 10, 
1907 ; high sch. grad. ; Coll. of City of New York 
1924-25 ; in export business and Spanish corr. 1924- 
30 ; app. translator at $1,620 In the N. Y. Despatch 
Agency of the Dept. of State May 12, 1930. 

tfLaughlin, Irwin Boyle. — b. Pittsburgh. Pa.. Apr. 
26. 1871 ; St. Paul's Sch. ; Yale, M. A. 1893 ; traveled 
in Europe and the Orient ; treas. of steel company ; sec. 
to Am. Min. to Japan 1904-5 ; app. 2d sec. at Tokyo 
Jan. 13, 1905 ; sec. of leg. and cons. gen. at Bangkok 
June 28, 1906 ; 2d sec. at Peking Mar. 9, 1907 ; at 
St. Petersburg June 17, 1907 ; sec. of leg. to Greece 
and Montenegro July 30, 1908 ; 2d sec. at Paris Aug. 

4, 1909 ; sec. of emb. at Berlin Dec. 11, 1909 ; detailed 
as sec. of Special Mission to the Ottoman Empire 
Oct. 7, 1910 ; sec. of emb. at London Sept. 12, 1912 ; 
sec. of emb. or leg. of class one by act approved 
Feb. 5, 1915 ; couns. of emb. at London July 17, 
1916 ; unassigned from Apr. 1919 ; sec. to del., Conf. 
on Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921-22 ; 
app. E. E. and M. P. to Greece Mar. 24, 1924 ; re- 
signed June 3, 1926; app. A. E. and P. to Spain 
Oct. 16, 1929 ; U. S. commr.. Perm. Commn. of Inquiry, 
U. S. and Denmark ; resigned Apr. 12, 1933 ; married. 

Lawrence, Ethel Lee. — ft. Montour Falls, N. Y. ; 
attended private schs. ; business sch. grad. ; George 
Washington one yr. ; Washington Coll. of Law, LL. B. 
1914 ; copyist, Patent Office, 1902-4 ; app. elk. at $900 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 12, 1904 ; at $1,000 July 2, 
1906 ; at $1,200 Mar. 4, 1907 ; at $1,400 Dec. 1, 1909 ; 
at $1,600 June 22, 1916, effective July 1; at $1,800 
Sept. 3, 1919 ; law elk. at $2,000 Oct. 27, 1923 ; at 
$2,400 July 1, 1924 ; an asst. to the solicitor at 
$2,600 Feb. 1, 1926; at $2,800 July 1, 1928 (Welch 
Act); at $3,200 Oct. 1, 1928; at $3,400 July 1, 
1930 ; asst. to the legal adviser July 1, 1931.— LE. 



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Lawson, Stanley Reginald. — b. New York City Mar. 
4, 1900 ; attended high scb. and business sch. In 
Sweden ; Esliiv Coll., Sweden, 1917-19 ; app. elk. 
in the Am. Consulate at Malmo July 15, 1919 ; at 
Vlborg Aug. 1, 1920 ; at Dresden Mar. 1, 1922 ; v. c. 
and elk. at Dresden July 7, 1924 ; at Genoa Sept. 29, 
1928 : at Winnipeg Dec. 11, 1931 ; married. 

Lawton, Edward Percival. — b. State College, Pa., 
June 5, 1903 ; Stuyvesant Sch. ; attended business 
sch. and Coll. of Geneva in Switzerland ; Univ. of 
Va. ; Univ. of Ga., B. S. C. 1924 ; New York Univ., 
M. A. 1925; dk., Library of Congress, 1918; typist, 
U. S. Army, Belgium, summer 1921 ; computer, U. S. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, summer 1922 ; elk., 
Dist. govt., summer 1923 ; student asst., Univ. of 
Ga., 1923-24 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
unclass. Sept. 11, 1925 ; v. c. of career and assigned 
to Cairo May 28, 1926; class eight and cons. Dec. 

26, 1929; assigned to Cairo Jan. 22, 1930; sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 17, 1930 ; assigned as 3d sec. 
at Athens Mar. 18, 1930 ; at Guatemala May 13, 
1932 ; married. 

Lawton, James Swan. — &. Cliicago, 111., Jan. 14; 
1880 ; attended high sch. ; Shattuck Acad. ; in labora- 
tory of steel company one yr. ; assay office one yr. ; 
prospecting, leasing, and mining nine yrs. ; gen. mgr. 
for company in Surinam five yrs. ; app. cons. agt. at 
Paramaribo Aug. 23, 1917 ; married. 

Lay, Julius Garech6. — &. Washington, D. C, Aug. 9, 
1872 ; Columbia Grammar Sch. ; app. messenger in 
Am. Consulate at Ottawa Sept. 12, 1889 ; elk. at 
Ottawa July 1, 1892 ; v. and dep. cons. gen. at Ottawa 
Sept. 1, 1893; cons, at Windsor, Ont., Oct. 26, 1896; 
cons. gen. at Barcelona May 3, 1899 ; at Canton Oct, 
3, 1904 ; at Cape Town May 24, 1906 ; at Rio de Ja- 
neiro May 2, 1910 ; at Berlin June 24, 1914 ; cons. gen. 
of class two by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Mar. 15, 1917 ; act. for. trade adviser 
Feb. 18, 1918 ; resigned Mar. 1, 1920 ; with int. bank- 
ing firm 1920-24 ; app., under Ex. order, cons. gen. 
of class two June 5, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. June 

27, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class one July 1, 1924 ; 
assigned to Calcutta Aug. 15, 1924 ; sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. June 8, 1927 ; assigned as couns. of emb. at San- 
tiago, Chile, Oct. 13, 1927 ; E. E. and M. P. to Hon- 
duras Dec. 16, 1929; married. 

Layat, Felix.— b. Jersey City, N. J., May 19, 1878 ; 
Stevens In.«t. of Tech., M. E. 1901 ; engineer since 
1901, in Chile since 1921 ; app. cons. agt. at Tocopilla 
Sept. 14, 1932; married. 

Leahy, Eobert D. J. — b. Lebanon, Pa., Apr. 5, 1903 ; 
high sch. and business sch. grad. ; Univ. of Pa. 1929- 
30; National Univ. 1931- ; U. S. Navy 1919-26; app. 
elk. at $1,620 in the Dept. of State Sept. 16, 1930; 
elk., North American Radio Conf., Mexico City, 1933 ; 
married. — FA. 

Leap, Melvin Leroy. — b. Elkton, Va., Oct. 7, 1900; 
attended business sch. ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., 
B. F. S. 1928 ; grad. work, George Washington Univ. ; 
in Govt, depts. 1919-24 ; sec. to mem. of Cong. 1924- 



31 ; app. admin, asst. at $3,200 in the Dept. of State 
Mar. 20, 1931 ; reassigned May 1, 1932.— TD. 

Leavitt, Kent. — 6. White Plains, N. Y., Aug. 27, 
1903 ; Milton Acad. grad. ; Harvard, B. S. 1926 ; 
Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge, England, 1926-27; 
banking 1927-29 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General 
at Montreal Sept. 14, 1931 ; v. c. at Montreal Sept. 
23, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 
1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Montreal Jan. 2, 1932 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 30, 1933 ; to Mexico City 
Juno 13, 1933 ; married. 

Lebel, Arthur L. — b. Haverhill, Mass., Apr. 25, 1901 ; 
studied accountancy ; private tutors ; attended Jun- 
iorat S.M.M., Papineauville, Quebec, 1917-23; 
Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B.F.S. 1928 ; George 
Wa.'^hington Law Sch. 1932- ; elk.. War Dept. and 
Gen. Accounting Office, 1924-27 ; teacher of French 
and Spanish, Devitt Sch., 1927-28, Georgetown Univ., 
1928-30 ; bookkeeper and accountant 1929-30 ; elk.. 
Census Bu., Mar.-Dec. 19.30 ; app. translator, temp., 
at $2,300 in the Dept. of State Dec. 10, 1930 ; trans- 
lator and interpreter. Int. Tech. Con.'julting Com- 
mittee on Radio Communications, Copenhagen, 1931 ; 
permanently, at $2,000 July 1, 1931 ; translator and 
interpreter. Int. Radio Conf., Madrid, 1932 ; mar- 
ried. — TR. 

LeBreton, David McDougal (Capt.) — b. San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., Aug. 12, 1884 ; U. S. N. A., grad. 1904 ; 
assigned as naval att. at Paris, Madrid, and Lisbon 
Mar. 24, 1931 ; observer. Int. Cong, of Geography, 
Paris, 1931 ; del.. Third Int. Hydrographic Conf., 
Monaco, 1932 ; married. 

Lee, Augustus. — 6. Washington, D. C, July 21, 
1876 ; skilled laborer, Dept. of Agric, 1908-12 ; app. 
asst. messenger in the Dept. of State Nov. 5, 1912. — 

SS. 

Lee, Frank Charles. — 6. Norfolk, Nebr., Aug. 14, 
1891 ; Univ. of Colo., A. B. 1915 ; lecturer on cons, 
practice, Georgetown Univ., 1926-28 ; app., after 
exam., cons. asst. Oct. 15, 1915 ; v. c. at Bordeaux 
Jan. 25, 1916 ; at Petrograd Sept. 19, 1916 ; at Mos- 
cow Apr. 1, 1918 ; ordered to Stockholm to take charge 
of personnel and archives of Moscow Consulate Gen- 
eral Aug. 26, 1918 ; detailed to Malmo Sept. 14, 1918 ; 
attached to emb. staff at Archangel with rank of 
att. Nov. 26, 1918; directed to return to U. S. Aug. 
6, 1919 ; cons, of class seven Sept. 5, 1919 ; detailed 
to the Dept. Jan. 5, 1920; class six June 4, 1920; 
class five Nov. 23, 1921 ; assigned to Bradford Sept. 
21, 1923; class four Dec. 19, 1923; For. Ser. officer 
of class five July 1, 1924 ; detailed to the Dept. July 
2, 1925 ; class four Aug. 31, 1925 ; class three June 8, 
1927 ; cons. gen. and assigned to Singapore Oct. 28, 
1927 ; to Halifax Nov. 20, 1929 ; to Prague Oct. 15, 
1931 ; married. 

Lee, Julius. — 6. Ashgrove, Va., Mar. 2, 1886; 
laborer. Govt, depts. and Dist. govt., 1918-24 ; app. 
laborer in the Dept. of State Mar. 15, 1926.— HA. 



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Lee, Samuel T.— 6. Leeds, England, May 30, 1876; 
naturalized 1899 ; attended high sch. ; Univ. of Va. ; 
studied law ; U. S. Army three yrs. during Spanish- 
American War and Philippine insurrection ; elk. and 
translator In war dept. and supt. of sch., Philippine 
Is.. 1900-1904 ; chief of division, dept. of police and 
prisons, Panama Canal Zone, 1905-6; elk., Dept. of 
State, 1906-7 ; app., after exam., cons, at Nogales 
Aug. 15, 1907 ; at San Jos6, Costa Rica, May 31, 1909 ; 
V. c. at Blueflekls5 on special duty Sept. 7, 1910 ; 
returned to San Jos^ May 20, 1911 ; cons, of class 
seven by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six Mar. 2, 
1915 ; class four July 24, 1916, and assigned to 
Rio Grande; to Porto Alegre June 18, 1918; class 
three Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Nottingham Mar. 30, 
1023 ; cons. gen. of class four June 3, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
oflacer of class three July 1, 1924 ; For. Sex. insp. 
May 1, 1925 ; mem. of Bd. of Review, For. Ser. Per- 
sonnel, 1926 ; cons. gen. at Lisbon May 21, 1928 ; 
class two May 23, 1929 ; assigned to Rio de Janeiro 
Jan. 22, 1931 ; class one Feb. 4, 1931 ; married. 

Lenzer, Victor Milton. — 6. Eufala, Ala., Mar. 10, 
1898 ; high sch. grad. ; Univ. of Wis. 1917-18, ext. 
course 1925-26 ; studied abroad ; examiner-statistician. 
Fed. Trade Commn., 1918-19 ; special disbursing officer, 
Am. Leg. at Berne, 1919-21 ; at Bucharest 1921-22 ; 
at Athens July-Sept. 1922; at Constantinople and 
Angora 1922-25 ; at Rome 1925-31 ; app. v. c. at 
Ottawa May 28, 1931 ; also dist. acct. and disbursing 
officer at Ottawa June 3, 1931 ; at Mexico City Nov. 5, 
1931 ; at Paris Mar. 17, 1932 ; married. 

Leonard, Walter Anderson, — 6. Essex, Iowa, Aug. 3, 
1880 ; business sch. grad. ; Univ. of Nebr., A. B. 1903 ; 
grad. work at Univ. of Chicago one yr.. North- 
western Univ. one yr., Freiburg, Baden, one semester ; 
cml. work 1900, 1901 ; teacher in high sch. 1905-6 ; 
app. V. and dep. cons, at Freiburg Aug. 2, 1907 ; at 
Kehl Jan. 25, 1908; resigned July 1, 1908; head of 
cml. dept. in high sch. and business mgr. of book 
store 1908-12 ; app.. after exam., cons, at Stavanger 
Aug. 23, 1912; at Colombo July 24, 1914; cons, of 
class seven by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six 
Apr. 16, 1917; class five Sept. 5, 1919; detailed to 
the Dept. June 6, 1920 ; class four Nov. 23, 1921 ; 
detailed to Stockholm July 24, 1922 ; For. Sej. 
officer of class five July 1, 1924; class four Feb. 24, 
1925 ; assigned to Warsaw Apr. 25, 1925 ; to Bremen 
July 1, 1929 ; class three July 24, 1930. 

Leroux, Juan Enrique. — 6. Samana, Dominican Re- 
public, of Am. parents, June 28, 1876 ; elk. ; app. 
cons. agt. at Sanchez Aug. 29, 1908 ; married. 

Lester, James Allen (Maj.) — 6. Prosperity, S. C, 
Oct. 13, 1891 ; The Citadel, B. S. 1911 ; U.S.M.A., 
grad. 1915 ; prof, of mil. sci. and tactics, Yale, 
1929-32 ; assigned as asst. mil. att. at Paris Feb. 2, 
1932; married. 

Letcher, Marion. — h. Shorter. Ala., Sept. 4, 1872 ; 
tutors ; Univ. of Ala., A. B. 1894 ; Univ. of Chicago 
1001 ; studied law ; sch. asst. 1895-96 ; principal of 
high sch. ; U. S. Volunteer Infantry 1898-99, 1st It., 



Cuban service ; pres., Douglasville Coll., Ga., 1900- 
1901 ; supt. of public sch. 1901-3 ; in Bu. of Educa- 
tion 1903-9 ; app., after exam., cons, at Acapulco June 
2, 1909 ; at Chihuahua Jan. 10, 1911 ; cons, of class 
eight by act approved Feb. 5, 1915 ; class six Feb. 22, 
1915; detailed to the Dept. as act. for. trade adviser 
June 10, 1916; cons. gen. of class five Apr. 16, 1917; 
detached from the Office of For. Trade Adviser Feb. 
18, 1918 ; class four Apr. 8, 1918 ; assigned to Chris- 
tiania Apr. 9, 1918; to Callao-Lima July 1, 1920; to 
Copenhagen Aug. 19, 1920 ; class three June 3, 1924 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class two July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Antwerp July 6, 1928 ; class one May 9, 1930 ; 
married. 

Leverich, Henry Priestley. — &. New Orleans, La., 
Aug. 12, 1907 ; Taft Sch. grad. ; Princeton, A. B. 
1930 ; Geneva Sch. of Int. Studies, summer 1930 ; 
app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at Zurich June 10, 
1931 ; V. c. at Geneva July 80, 1931 ; app., after 
exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and 
sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. 
at Geneva Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Feb. 8, 
1933 ; to Berlin June 13, 1933 ; married. 

Levis, Davis Beauregard. — 6. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 
23, 1865 ; attended public sch. ; railroad passenger 
agt. four yrs. ; independent business ; app. v. and dep. 
cons, at St. Btienne Sept. 17, 1914 ; v. c. at St. 
Etienne by act approved Feb. 5, 1915; at Kingston, 
Jamaica, Dec. 14, 1917 ; at La Rochelle Apr. 3, 1919 ; 
at Bordeaux Nov. 19, 1920; at Brest Aug. 25, 1922; 
at Boulogne-sur-Mer Oct. 10, 1922 ; at Cherbourg Nov. 
23, 1922 ; at Havre Feb. 23, 1923 ; at Boulogne-sur- 
Mer Oct. 6, 1924 ; at La Rochelle Oct. 23, 1924 ; at 
Newcastleon-Tyne Sept. 15, 1925 ; at Stoke-on-Trent, 
temp., June 13, 1928 ; at Nantes July 30, 1929 ; at 
Tunis July 19, 1930 ; at Paris Sept. 24, 1931 ; at 
Calais, temp., May 9, 1932; at Paris Aug. 12, 1932; 
at Calais, temp., May 9, 1933 ; married. 

Lewis, Charles William, Jr. — &. Carlsbad, N. Mex., 
Mar. 17, 1898; Univ. of Cincinnati 1917-18; Univ. 
of Mich., A. B. 1922 ; U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; 
instructor, Univ. of Mich., 1921-23 ; app., after 
exam., v. c. of career of class three Feb. 26, 1923 ; 
assigned to Manchester Apr. 27, 1923 ; For. Ser. 
officer unclass. July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Mexico 
City Mar. 3, 1926 ; class eight, cons., and assigned 
to Mexico City Oct. 20, 1926 ; to Yarmouth June 21, 
1929 ; class seven Oct. 16, 1929 ; class six July 1, 
1931 ; assigned to Madras Dec. 29, 1931 ; married. 

Lewis, Dorothy C. (Mrs.) — 5. Byron, Minn. ; Carle- 
ton Coll., B. A. 1921 ; MacPhail Sch. of Music, sum- 
mer 1922 ; Univ. of Minn., summer 1926 ; Univ. of 
111., summer 1928 ; teacher in high sch. 1921-25 : 
librarian 1926-30 ; app. library asst. at $2,000 in the 
Dept. of State Sept. 8, 1930.— HA. 

Lewis, Harrison Adolphus. — 6. Dallas, Tex., Nov. 4, 
1905; Univ. of Calif. 1923-25; Heidelberg Univ., 
summer 1928 ; Harvard, S. B. 1929 ; real estate 
salesman 1928-29 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. offi- 
cer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Nogales 



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Apr. 29, 1930 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Sept. 27, 1930 ; 
to Siufrapore Feb. 24. 1931 ; to Medan, temp., Jan. 
11, 1933; to Singapore Apr. 3, 1933. 

Lewis, Russell V.— 6. Rockville, Md., Nov. 6, 1905 ; 
high sch. grad. ; messenger, Treas. Dept., 1920-24, 
1927-28; elk. 1925-26, in Gen. Accounting Office 
1928-30 ; app. oik. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
May 13, 1930 ; at $1,500 July 1, 1930 ; at $1,620 Jan. 
0. 1931 ; at $1,800 Nov. 2, 1931 ; married. — BA. 

Lewis, William Lavert. — 6. Augusta, Ga., Jan. 3L 
1904 ; app. messenger in the Dept. of State Mar. 16, 
1926.— FA. 

L'Heureux, Herv6 Joseph. — b. Manchester, N. H., 
Mar. 6, 1899 ; Emerson Inst. ; George Washington, 
A. B. 1925 ; George Washington Law Sch. two and 
one-half yrs. ; U. S. Army 1917-19 ; employed by 
mem. of Cong. 1919-27 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Windsor Jan. 2, 1927 ; v. c. at Windsor July 14, 
1927 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. 
of career, sec. in the Diplo. Ser., and assigned to 
Windsor Sept. 12, 1930 ; married. 

Lieder, Eugene J. — 6. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 5, 
1891 ; attended public sch. and business sch. ; N. Y. 
Militia ; cashier for express company 1907-10 ; ac- 
countant at Ensenada, P. R., 1910-19, at La Romana, 
Dominican Republic, since 1919 ; provost marshal at 
Guanica, P. R., 1918 ; app. cons. agt. at La Romana 
Nov. 14, 1922 ; married. 

Lightner, Edwin Allan, Jr. — b. New York City Dec. 
8, 1907 ; Taft Sch. grad. ; Princeton, A. B. 1930 ; app. 
elk. in Am. Consulate at Maracaibo July 17, 1930 ; 
V. c. at Maracaibo Oct. 13, 1930 ; at Santiago, Chile, 
July 20, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer 
un<;lass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. 
Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Santiago, Chile, 
Jan. 2, 1932; at Valparaiso Feb. 27, 1932 ; at Pernam- 
buco May 24, 1932. 

Lilliestrom, Tycho Leonard. — b. Lahti, Finland, 
Aug. 3, 1885 ; naturalized ; attended sch. in Finland, 
Univ. of Helsiugfors and other European univ. ; cml. 
work and sec. in U. S. 1908-16; N. Y. Nat. Guard 
1917-18 ; U. S. Army 1918-19, 2d It. ; cml. work in 
North Manchuria 1919-21 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate 
at Harbin Jan. 1, 1922; v. c. at Harbin Apr. 11, 1928. 

Lincoln, Eunice A. — b. Lacey Spring, Va. ; at- 
tended high sch. and business sch. ; private tutors ; 
Shenandoah Coll. Inst, and Sch. of Music five yrs. ; 
teacher, Shenandoah Coll. Inst, and Sch. of Music, 
1913-18: app. elk., temp., at $1,140 in the Dept. of 
State July 16, 1918 ; permanently, at $1,000 Feb. 15, 
1919 ; at $1,200 Dec. 31, 1919, effective Jan. 1, 1920 ; 
at $1,400 Sept. 16, 1922; at $1,600 May 31, 1924, ef- 
fective June 1; at $1,860 July 1, 1924; private sec 
to asst. sec. of state at $2,400 May 1, 1927; at $2,600 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,700 July 1, 1928; at 
$2,800 July 1, 1930.— A-P. 

Lindholm, George Victor. — b. Riverside, N. J., Aug. 
20, 1901 ; high sch. grad. ; Syracuse Univ. two yrs. ; 
George Washington Law Sch. one and one-half yrs. ; 



secretary 1921-22; elk., Dept. of State, 1923-27; 
claims examiner and adjuster in insur. company 
1928-29; app. elk. at $1,680 in the Dept. of State 
July 22, 1929; at $1,800 Sept. 1, 1929; at $1,920 
July 1, 1930 ; at $2,000 Jan. 12, 1931.— FA. 

Lindsay, Edna Maurlne. — b. Aurelia, Iowa; at- 
tended business high sch. ; Iowa State Teachers Coll. 
1907 ; Drake Univ. 1916 ; teacher in public sch. 1907- 
18 ; elk., Treas. Dept., 1918-26 ; sch. dietitian 1926- 
27 ; app. elk. at $1,140 in the Dept. of State May 9, 
1927; at $1,260 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,320 
July 1, 1928 ; at $1,440 July 1, 1930.— CR. 

Lineaweaver, Francis Ridgway.^ — b. Lebanon, Pa., 
Oct. 17, 1904 ; Haverford I'rep. Sch. ; Yale, Ph. B. 
1927; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., 
V. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 
1930 ; assigned as v. c. at Nassau Jan. 5, 1931 ; 
to the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 23, 1931 ; to Amsterdam 
Apr. 7, 1932 ; married. 

Linnell, Irving Nelson. — b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 27, 
1881 ; Harvard, A. B. 1904, LL. B. 1907 ; mem. of 
bar of Mass. ; law practice 1907-14 ; mem. of Cam- 
bridge (Mass.) common council 1909-11, pres. one 
yr. ; app. cons. agt. at Prince Rupert Sept. 23, 1914 ; 
V. c. at Prince Rupert Apr. 20, 1915 ; at Vancouver 
Mar. 16, 1916 ; app., after exam., cons, of class eight 
Feb. 19, 1918 ; detailed to Vancouver Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
class six Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Plymouth Dec. 1, 
1919; detailed to London July 31, 1920; to Cardiff 
Aug. 24, 1921 ; to London Sept. 13, 1921 ; class five 
Nov. 23, 1921 ; class four Mar. 1, 1923 ; detailed to 
the Dept. Mar. 30, 1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class 
five July 1, 1924 ; class four Aug. 8, 1924 ; cons. gen. 
Apr. 30, 1927 ; assigned to Ottawa May 4, 1927 ; del.. 
Anti-smuggling Conf., Ottawa, 1929 ; class three May 
23, 1929 ; class two July 1, 1931 ; assigned tu Cape- 
town Oct. 13, 1931 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Mar. 23, 
1933 ; assigned as couns. of leg. at Pretoria in addi- 
tion to duties as cons. gen. at Capetown Apr. 10, 1933 ; 
married. 

Linthicum, Walter Joseph. — b. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 
10, 1893 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
Baltimore Polytech. Inst. 1910-12 ; surveyor, U. S. 
Geological Survey and other engineering organiza- 
tions, 1913-16; 1st N. Dak. Infantry 1916-17, Mexi- 
can border service ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 1st It. ; 
app. v. c. at Singapore Jan. 19, 1920 ; at Palermo 
Apr. 12, 1922 ; at Marseille May 3, 1923 ; at Nice Oct. 
15, 1924 ; at Sherbrooke Feb. 17, 1926 ; at Riviere du 
Loup, temp., Aug. 18, 1927 ; at Sherbrooke Sept. 13. 
1927 ; at Riviere du Loup, temp., June 9, 1928 ; at 
Sherbrooke Sept. 7, 1928 ; at Riviere du Loup Dec. 19, 
1928 ; at Vienna June 30, 1930 ; app., after exam.. For. 
Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Vienna 
Jan. 2, 1932. 

Lippincott, Aubrey Erskine. — b. Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 
22, 1905 ; Univ. of Ariz. 1927 ; Kans. State Agric. 
Coll., B. S. 1928, grad. work, summer 1929 ; engineer 
1928-29 ; elk. 1929-30 ; 2d It., O. R. C. ; app. elk. in 
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V. c. at Barcelona Aug. 24, 1931 ; app., after exam., 
For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in 
the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at 
Barcelona Jan. 2, 1932; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 
19, 1932 ; to Montevideo Dec. 22, 1932. 

Littell, John Stockton, — b. Wuchang, China, of 
Am. parents, Sept. 22, 1903 ; attended sch. in China ; 
Kent Sch. grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1924 ; Columbia, 
M. A. 1928 ; teacher in high sch. in China and Cen- 
tral China Univ. 1924-27; app., after exam., For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career May 17, 1928 ; 
assigned to the For. Ser. Sch. May 24, 1928; as 
language officer at Peking Aug. 1, 1928 ; as v. c. at 
Tientsin Aug. 26, 1929 ; to the Dept., temp., Aug. 4, 
1930 ; to Mexico City Aug. 11, 1931 ; married. 

Livengood, Charles A. — b. Dayton, Wash., Aug. 15, 
1886 ; Whitman Coll., A. B. 1908 ; Univ. of Wash, 
and Columbia ; supt. of public sch. ten yrs. ; sec. and 
treas. of trading company ; entered Bu. of For. and 
Domes. Com. May 27, 1921 ; asst. trade commr. and 
assigned to Habana Sept. 8, 1921 ; trade commr. Oct. 
1. 1923: at Rome Jan. 1, 1926; cml. att. at Madrid 
June 30, 1927 ; also at Lisbon Oct. 17, 1927 ; re- 
lieved of duty at Lisbon June 10, 1930 ; married. 

Livesey, Frederick. — 6. Auburn, N. Y., Apr. 1, 
1886; Harvard, A. B. 1908; Harvard Sch. of Busi- 
ness Admin., 1915-16 ; floor mem., Boston Chamber 
of Com. grain exchange, 1908-10 ; farm mgr. and 
chief elk. of farms and rys., fruit company in 
Guatemala, 1910-14 ; translator for oil company, 
1916-17, in Army War Coll., 1917-18, 1919-23 ; U. S. 
Army, 1918-19, 1st It., overseas service ; detailed to 
Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19 ; app. 
drafting officer at $3,000 in the Dept. of State Nov. 
12, 1923; at $3,100 Nov. 1, 1927; at $3,800 Jan. 1, 
1928 ; at $4,600 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; asst. 
economic adviser Dec. 28, 1928 ; act. economic adviser 
Mar. 15, 1929-May 12, 1931 ; at $5,600 July 1, 1929 ; 
at $6,500 Dec. 1, 1930 ; representative of the Dept. of 
State ; Sixth Gen. Cong, of the Int. Chamber of Com., 
Washington, 1931 ; tech. expert, conf. of experts for 
moratorium on intergovernmental debts, London, 
1931 ; tech. adviser. Fourth Pan American Cml. Conf., 
Washington. 1931 ; asst., 2d meeting of Experts' 
Prep. Commn. for Monetary and Economic Conf.. 
Geneva, 1933 ; married. — EA. 

Livingston, Robert Brockholst.— &. Oakmont, Pa., 
Jan. 25, 1905 ; attended high sch. in Wales, Barbados, 
and U. S. ; It., U. S. Naval Reserve ; elk. In Am. 
Consulate at Barbados May-Aug. 1920 ; at Charlotte- 
town July-Dec. 1921 ; journalist 1924-29 ; app. elk. in 
Am. Consulate at Bradford Jan. 14, 1929 ; v. c. at 
Bradford Aug. 8, 1929; at Baghdad June 4, 1930; 
app., after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of 
career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; 
assigned as v. c. at Nairobi Jan. 30, 1932 ; at Co- 
lombo Mar. 6, 1933 ; married. 

Loar, Mary J. — 5. Jacksonville, 111. ; attended high 
sch. and business sch. ; MacMurray Coll. (111. Wom- 
an's Coll.), grad. 1895; Chicago Normal Sch. summer 
1897 ; McCowen Oral Sch., Chicago, grad. 1905 ; 



teacher in public sch. 1895-1901 ; teacher of the deaf 
1905-18 ; elk.. War Dept., 1918-20 ; app. elk. at $1,000 
in the Dept. of State Apr. 12, 1920 ; at $1,100 May 
31, 1924, effective June 1; at $1,380 July 1, 1924; at 
$1,440 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $1,500 July 1, 
1930; at $1,560 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— PD. 

Lockhart, Frank Pruit. — 6. Pittsburg, Tex., Apr. 8, 
1881 ; attended public and private sch. ; Grayson Coll. ; 
assoc. editor of newspaper 1900-1902 ; sec. to mem. of 
Cong. 1902-11 ; elk.. House Committee on Public 
Bldgs. and Grounds 1911-13; sec. to mem. of Cong, 
and elk. of Senate Committee on Expenditures in 
Dept. of Agric. 1913-14 ; app. asst. chief. Division of 
Far Eastern Affairs, Dept. of State, July 29, 1914; 
drafting officer at $3,500 July 1, 1919 ; on special 
mission to the Far East 1919-20 ; expert asst, Conf. 
on Limitation of Armament, Washington, 1921 ; at 
$4,000 Aug. 16, 1922; at $4,400 Aug. 1, 1924; at 
$5,200 Mar. 16, 1925 ; chief, Division of Far Eastern 
Affairs, Mar. 17, 1925 ; app. For. Ser. officer of class 
four, cons, gen., and assigned to Hankow Apr. 15, 
1925 ; mem. of secretariat of Am. del.. Special Conf. 
on Chinese Customs Tariff, Peking, 1925 ; class three 
May 23, 1929 ; assigned to Tientsin June 15, 1931 ; 
class two July 1, 1931 ; married. 

Loftus, Victor Harald. — b. Lawrence, Mass., July 
17, 1897 ; high sch. grad. ; attended business sch. ; 
Univ. of Me. one yr. ; Washington Sch. of Accoun- 
tancy, B. C. S. 1923 ; cml. work ; U. S. Shipping Bd. ; 
app. elk., temp., at $1,000 in the Dept. of State 
Feb. 10, 1919; elk. in the Diplo. Ser. and assigned 
to Am. Emb. at Paris Dec. 5, 1919 ; reapp. elk. at 
$1,000 in the Dept of State Aug. 30, 1920; at $1,200 
Dec. 31, 1920, effective Jan. 1, 1921 ; at $1,400 Mar. 1, 
1924 ; at $1,860 July 1, 1924 ; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1927 ; 
at $2,100 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $2,200 July 
1, 1928; at $2,400 July 1, 1930; resigned Dec. 10, 
1931 ; app. asst. dist. acct. and disbursing officer at 
Mexico City Dec. 11, 1931 ; also v. c. at Mexico City 
Jan. 29, 1932 ; dist acct. and disbursing officer at 
Mexico City Mar. 17, 1932 ; disbursing officer, North 
American Radio Conf., Mexico City, 1933 ; married. 

Logsdon, Ella A. (Mrs.) — 6. TsTidall, S. Dak.; State 
Normal Sch., S. Dak., grad. 1912 ; attended business 
sch. ; Washington Sch. of Accountancy, B. C. S. 
1922 ; teacher in public sch. 1912-15 ; stenog. and 
bookkeeper 1917-18; elk.. War Dept., 1918-20; 
app. elk. at $1,200 in the Dept of State Sept 20, 
1920 ; at $1,400 Sept. 1. 1922 ; at $1,680 July 1, 1924 ; 
at $1,740 Mar. 1, 1927; at $1,800 July 1, 1928 
(Welch Act); at $2,300 Dec. 1, 1929; at $2,500 
July 1, 1930; at $2,600 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart 
Act) ; admin, asst at $3,200 Apr. 1, 1931.— A-C. 

Long, Breckinridge. — b. St. Louis, Mo., May 16, 
1881 ; private tutors ; Princeton, A. B. 1903, A. M. 
1909; St. Louis Law Sch. (Washington Univ.) 1904- 
6 ; mem. of bar of Mo. ; law practice 1907-17. 1921- 
33; sec. St Louis Bar Assn. 1913-15; 3d asst sec. 
of state 1917-20 ; special asst. to U. S. atty. gen. 
1933 ; author ; app. A. E. and P. to Italy Apr. 24, 
1933; married. 



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Long, Mary A.— 6. Feura Bush, N. Y. ; N. Y. State 
Coll. for Teachers, A. B. 1922 ; Columbia, B. S. 1928 ; 
National Univ. 1931- ; teacher in high sch. 1922-25; 
library asst. 1925-29 ; app. library asst. at $2,000 in 
the Dept. of State Oct. 15, 1930.— HA. 

Longyear, Kohert Dudley. — b. Paris, France, of 
Am. parents, Feb. 11. 1896 ; Francis W. Parker Sch. ; 
Volkmann Sch. ; Harvard, A. B. 1918 ; war course, 
TT. S. N. A., 1918; Harvard Law Sch. 1919-20; George 
Washington, LL. B. 1931 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; 
U. S. Navy 1917-19, It. (jg) ; app., after exam., v. c. 
of career of class three May 25, 1921 ; assigned to 
Port au Prince July 21, 1921 ; class two May 26, 
1922 ; class one Feb. 26, 1923 ; assigned to Geneva 
Mar. 30, 1923 ; cons, of class seven Dec. 19, 1923 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; class 
seven June 2, 1926 ; assigned to Lucerne, temp., Aug. 
30, 1926; to Geneva Nov. 1, 1926; to the Dept. July 
16, 1927 ; class six May 17, 1928 ; class five July 24, 
1930 ; to Munich July 27, 1931 ; married. 

Lord, John Hayes. — I). Plymouth, Mass., Aug. 5, 
1892; Milton Acad.; Harvard, A. B. 1914; attended 
business sch. ; Sorbonne 1919 ; in fruit growing busi- 
r-ess 1913-14 ; with mfg. company 1915-16 ; account- 
ant 1916-17 ; U. S. Marine Corps 1917-19, overseas 
service ; app. v. c. at Basel Mar. 3, 1920 ; at Prague 
Aug. 5, 1920 ; at Singapore Oct. 18, 1921 ; at Funchal 
Aug. 7, 1925 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer 
unclass., v. c. of career, and assigned to Funchal Sept. 
11, 1925 ; to London Jan. 3, 1929 ; class eight, cons., 
and assigned to London July 24, 1930 ; married. 

Loren, Odin Gerhard. — h. Superior, Wis., Apr. 17, 
1892 ; high sch. grad. ; Spokane Coll. (Wash.) one 
yr. ; credit business 1912 ; elk. for machinery firm 
in Edmonton, Canada, 1912-14 ; salesman 1915 ; 
bookkeeper 1916-17; U. S. Army 1917-19, 2d It.; 
elk. 1919-20; app. v. c. at Colon Feb. 6, 1920; at 
Edmonton July 14, 1926; app., after exam., For. 
Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of career Jan. 13, 
1928 ; assigned to Edmonton Jan. 14, 1928 ; to Antofa- 
gasta Apr. 28, 1931 ; married. 

Lowrie, Will Leonard. — b. Adrian, Mich., Mar. 8, 
1869 ; Adrian Coll., M. A. ; grad. work, Univ. of 
Mich. ; Univ. of Leipzig 1891-92 ; editor and on edi- 
torial staff of newspapers 1893-98 ; secretary to Am. 
Min. to Brazil one yr. ; app. v. and dep. cons. gen. 
at Rio de Janeiro Jan 14, 1899 ; resigned July 15, 
1901 ; app., after exam., cons, at Weimar July 21, 
1906; at Erfurt June 10, 1908; at Carlsbad May 31, 
1909 ; cons. gen. at Lisbon Aug. 22, 1912 ; cons. gen. 
of class five Feb. 22, 1915, effective Feb. 5 ; class 
four Sept. 5, 1919 ; assigned to Athens July 1, 1920 ; 
For. Ser. officer of class three July 1, 1924 ; assigned 
to Wellington Oct. 22, 1924 ; class two Aug. 15, 1930 ; 
assigned to Frankfort-on-the-Main Nov. 19, 1930 ; 
married. 

Lucas, Alice R. — 6. Washington, D. C. ; high sch. 
grad. ; George Washington Univ., summer 1028 ; elk. 
in law office ; app. elk. at $900, temp., in the 
Dept. of State Oct. 4, 1916; permanently May 1, 



1917; at $1,000 Aug. 1, 1917; at $1,200 May 1, 1918; 
at $1,400 Mar. 1, 1919 ; at $1,600 Feb. 1, 1924 ; 
at $1,860 July 1, 1924; at $1,920 Mar. 1, 1925; cler- 
ical asst.. Prep. Commn. for the Disarmament Conf., 
Int. Economic Conf., and Three Power Naval Conf., 
Geneva, 1927 ; at $1,980 Mar. 1, 1927 ; at $2,040 
July 1, 1928 (Welch Act); at $2,100 Feb. 1, 1929; 
code elk., London Naval Conf., 1930; at $2,300 July 
1. 1930; at $2,400 July 3, 1930 (Brookhart Act).— 
DCR. 

Ludden, Raynjond Paul. — b. Fall River, Mass., June 
6, 1909 ; Boston Univ., Coll. of Busine.ss Admin., 
192G-27 ; Georgetown Sch. of For. Ser., B. F. S. 
1930 ; reporter 1926-27 ; teacher 1930-31 ; app. elk. 
in Am. Consulate at Liverpool Aug. 1, 1931 ; v. c. at 
Liverpool Sept. 5, 1931 ; app., after exam.. For. Ser. 
officer unclass., v. c. of career, and sec. in the Diplo. 
Ser. Dec. 17, 1931 ; assigned as v. c. at Liverpool 
Jan. 2, 1932 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Aug. 19, 1932 ; 
to Tsinan Dec. 22, 1933. 

Lundgren, Maynard Benjamin. — b. Rockford, 111., 
June 11, 1894 ; Georgetown Univ. 1922-23 ; George 
Washington, A. B. 1929, M. A. 1932 ; bookkeeper 1913- 
14 ; sec. to atty. 1915-17 ; elk., Xavy Dept., 1917-18 ; 
special asst. of Dept. of State for war trade work at 
Oslo 1919 ; elk. in Am. Leg. at Oslo 1919-21 ; in Dept. 
of State 1921-24 ; in Am. Leg. at Peking 1924-26 ; 
app. elk. at $1,320 in the Dept. of State Jan. 26, 
1927 ; at $1,500 Oct. 1, 1927 ; at $1,620 July 1. 1928 
(Welch Act) ; at $1,680 July 1, 1928; at $2,000 May 
1, 1929 ; at $2,200 July 1, 1930.— FA. 

Lutz, E. Russell. — 6. Lancaster, Pa., June 1, 1902 ; 
Bethany Prep. Sch. grad. ; George Washington, A. B. 
1922 ; Yale, LL. B. 1926 ; mem. of bar of D. C. ; 
teacher of hist, in high sch. 1923-25 ; drafting officer, 
Dept. of State, 1926-27 ; attorney. Am. Agency, Ger- 
man Claims Commn., U. S. and Germany, 1927; at- 
torney and sec. Am. Agency, German Claims Commn. 
and Tripartite Claims Commn., 1928-30 ; app. asst. 
to the solicitor at $3,800 in the Dept. of State Sept. 
16, 1930 ; app. to investigate, in Panama, certain 
claims in connection with Gen. Claims Commn., U. S. 
and Panama, June-July, 1931 ; asst. to the legal 
adviser at $4,600 July 1, 1931 ; a.^st. agt. for U. S., 
Gen. Claims Commn., U. S. and Panama, 1931-33 ; 
married. — LE. 

Lynch, Andrew Green. — b. Utica, N. Y., Oct. 3, 
1902 ; Salisbury Sch. grad. ; Harvard 1922-24 ; app., 
after exam.. For. Ser. officer unclass. and v. c. of 
career Feb. 5, 1927 ; assigned to Liverpool Feb. 25, 
1927 ; to the For. Ser. Sch. Jan. 20, 1928 ; to Tientsin 
June 11, 1928 ; to Mukden Aug. 28, 1929 ; to Bangkok 
Feb. IG, 1932 ; sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Feb. 19, 1932 ; 
assigned also as 3d sec. at Bangkok Feb. 25, 1932 ; 
married. 

Lyiich, William Ruben. — b. Admire, Kans., June 5, 
1885; Kans. State Normal Sch. 1904-11; Kans. State 
Agric. Coll. 1913 ; teacher in rural and high sch. 
four yrs. ; teacher, elk. and stenog. in Philippine Is. 
1913-20 ; app. elk. in Am. Consulate General at 



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Canton Mar. 10, 1920; v. c. at Canton Aug. 1, 1921; 
elk. in Am. Consulate General at Shanghai Nov. 2, 
1921 ; V. c. at Shanghai Feb. 26, 1926. 

Lyon, Cecil Burton. — b. Staten Island, N. Y., Nov. 
3, 1903 ; St. Bernard Prep. Sch. ; St. George's Sch. ; 
Harvard, A. B. 1927 ; with investment bankers 1927- 
30 ; app., after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. 
of career, and sec. in the Diplo. Ser. Dec. 16, 1930 ; 
assigned as v. c. at Habana, temp., Dec. 26, 1930 ; to 
the For. Ser. Sch. Dec. 29, 1931 ; to Hong Kong 
Apr. 7, 1932 ; as 3d sec. at Tokyo Apr. 26, 1933. 

Lyon, Charles Edward. — b. McDonogh, Md., May 22" 
1878; Johns Hopkins, A. B. 1897, Ph. D. 1904; Har- 
vard Sch. of Business Admin., M. B. A. 1921 ; Univ. 
of Leipzig ; instructor in modern languages, Prince- 
ton, 1903-4, 1905-9, Williams Coll., 1904-5; prof, 
of German, Clark Univ., 1909-17 ; U. S. Army 1917- 
19, 1st It.; Bu. of For. and Dom. Com. 1920; rein- 
stated in Bu. of For. & Dom. Com. July 1921 ; app. 
trade commr. at London June 1923 ; asst. cml. att. 
Apr. 27, 1927 ; cml. att. at Berne July 26, 1927 ; 
representative, Committee on Regulation of Whaling, 
Geneva, 1931 ; representative in capacity of expert. 
Fourth Gen. Conf. on Communications and Transit, 
Geneva, 1931 ; app. asst. cml. att. at London Jan. 
31, 1933; married. 

Macatee, Robert Berry. — b. Front Royal, Va., July 
31, 1891; high sch. grad. ; George Washington Univ. 
two yrs. ; elk. in law offices 1910-12 ; elk. to Gov. 
Gen. of Philippine Is. 1913-16 ; elk., Dept. of State, 
1S16-18 ; app., after exam., cons. asst. Oct. 7, 1918 ; 
with Am. Commn. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-19 ; 
app. V. c. of career of class three May 25, 1920, and 
assigned to Geneva ; class two Nov. 17, 1921 ; class 
one May 26, 1922 ; cons, of class seven Mar. 1, 1923 ; 
detailed to London Mar. 30, 1923 ; class six June 3, 
1924 ; For. Ser. officer of class seven July 1, 1924 ; 
class six Aug. 24, 1927 ; assigned to London Feb. 18, 
1928 ; to Nassau Sept. 12, 1929 (canceled) ; class 
five Dec. 19, 1929 ; assigned to Bradford Dec. 23, 
1929 ; to London Sept. 10, 1930 ; married. 

Macdonald, Alfred Harralson. — b. Buffalo, N. Y., 
July 12, 1905 ; attended high sch. and business sch. ; 
elk. 1926-27, in Veterans' Bu. 1928-30 ; app. elk. at 
$1,440 in the Dept. of State Aug. 20, 1930; mar- 
ried.— DCR. 

MacDonald, Hazel A. — b. Bridgewater, Me. ; high 
sch. grad. ; Columbia 1919 ; stenog.-sec. 1919-28 ; 
elk., Seville Exposition Commn., 1928-29, in Dept. 
of State 1929 ; stenog., Nat. Advisory Committee for 
Aeronautics, 1929-30 ; app. elk. at $1,440 in the 
Dept. of State July 18, 1930; at $1,620 Aug. 1, 
1930.— FA. 

Macdonald, John Joseph. — b. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 
10, 1907; St. Louis Univ. 1924-26; Univ. of Berlin, 
summer 1926 ; Washington Univ., A. B. 1929 ; app., 
after exam., For. Ser. officer unclass., v. c. of career, 
and see. in the Diplo. Ser. Apr. 15, 1930 ; assigned 
as V. c. at Nuevo Laredo Apr. 29, 1930 ; to the For. 
Ser. Sch. Sept. 27, 1930 ; to Batavia Feb. 24, 1931. 



MacEachran, Clinton Edson. — b. Beverly, Mass., 
Dee. 27, 1887 ; attended tech. high sch. and business 
sch. ; Berkeley Prep Sch. ; Tufts Coll. ; Georgetown 
Law Sch. ; stenog. four and one-half yrs. ; app. elk. 
at $900 in the Dept. of State Oct. 21, 1910; at 
$1,200 Nov. 20, 1911 ; at $1,400 Mar. 1, 1912 ; on 
special detail at Am. Emb. at Mexico City Feb.-Sept. 
1913 and at Vera Cruz Nov. 1913-July 1914 ; at 
$1,600 June 22, 1916, effective July 1 ; at $1,800 
Dec. 1, 1917 ; elk., American-German Prisoner of 
War Conf., Berne, 1918 ; special asst. to the Counselor 
for the Dept. of State at $2,400 Feb. 1, 1919 ; draft- 
ing officer at $2,500 July 1, 1919 ; with Am. Commn. 
to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919; at $3,000 Dec. 1, 
1920 ; app. cons, of class seven June 14, 1921 ; de- 
tailed to the Dept. June 22, 1921 ; mem. of Bd. of Effi- 
ciency of the Dept. June 30, 1921 ; detailed to 
Antwerp Mar. 2, 1922 ; class six Mar. 1, 1P23 ; as- 
signed to Ghent Apr. 10, 1924 ; For. Ser. officer of 
class seven July 1, 1924 ; assigned to Madrid June 24, 
1926 ; resigned Feb. 9, 1927 ; app. business specialist 
at $3,000 in the Dept. of State May 9, 1927 ; at 
$3,200 July 1, 1928 (Welch Act) ; at $3,300 July 1, 
1928 ; at $3,800 Aug. 1, 1928 ; at $4,600 July 1, 1929 ; 
at $4,800 July 1, 1930 ; asst. chief. Cons. Cml. Office, 
Jan. 21, 1931 ; chief elk. and admin, asst. Jan. 1, 
1932 ; v. chm., Bd. of Review for Efficiency Ratings, 
Jan. 12, 1932 ; representative of Dept. of State on 
Interdepartmental Bd. on Simplified Office Procedure 
1932— ; on Gen. Supply Committee 1932- ; and on 
President's Council of Personnel Admin. 1932- ; also 
Dept.'s representative at opening of Chicago World's 
Fair Centennial Celebration 1933 and in charge of 
Dept.'s exhibit ; married. — CC. 

Macgowan, David Bell. — b. Shelby Co., Tenn., June 
5, 1870 ; Washington and Lee Univ., A. B. 1890 ; grad. 
work at Univ. of Halle and Berlin 1892-93 ; news- 
paper reporter seven and one-half yrs. ; newspaper 
corr. in Berlin and Petrograd eight yrs. ; editorial 
writer and editor of newspaper eight yrs. ; app., after 
exam., cons, of class nine Oct. 18, 1915 ; detailed as 
V. c. at Moscow Dee. 22, 1915 ; class eight Sept. 14, 
1917 ; detailed to Vladivostok June 1918 ; class six 
Sept. 5, 1919; assigned to Vladivostok July 1, 1920; 
detailed to Riga Aug. 21, 1922 ; attached to Am. Leg. 
at Riga with rank of 1st sec. Oct. 14, 1922 ; class 
five Mar. 1, 1923 ; class four June 5, 1924 ; For. Ser. 
officer of class five July 1, 1924 ; app. sec. in the 
Diplo. Ser. Nov. 4, 1927; class four May 23, 1929; 
class three Feb. 27, 1931 ; assigned as cons, at Berne 
Dec. 22, 1931 ; married. 

Mackay, Raymond Cady. — b. Minneapolis, Minn., 
Oct. 17, 1891; Univ. of Wis., B. A. 1915; app. elk, 
in Am. Consulate General at Hankow Jan. 1916 ; 
v. c. at Hankow Aug. 7, 1916 ; app., after exam., cons, 
of class eight July 18, 1919 ; class seven Sept. 5, 
1919 ; assigned as admin, cons, to Shanghai Oct. 22, 
1919 ; resigned Mar. 30, 1920 ; It.-comdr., U. S. 
Naval Intelligence Reserve Corps ; gen. mgr. for cml. 
firm in Far East 1920-29 ; app. divisional asst. at 
$4,600 in the Dept. of State Oct. 20, 1931 ; mar- 
ried. — FE. 



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MacMillan, Evelyn. — b. Lawrence, Mass. ; high sch. 
grad. ; business sch. grad. ; elk.. Veterans' Bu., 
1928-29; app. elk. at $1,440 in the Dept. of State 
Apr. 15, 1929; at $1,620 Oct. 1, 1929; at $1,740 
July 1, 1930.— IIA. 

ttMacNider, Hanfoid. — h. Mason City, Iowa, Oct. 2, 
1889 ; Milton Acad. grad. ; Harvard, A. B. 1911 ; 
banking 1911-30; U. S. Army 1916-19, It. col., over- 
seas service ; asst. sec. of war 1925-28 ; app. E. E. and 
M. P. to Canada .Tune 20, 1930; resigned Aug 31, 
1932 ; marrii-d. 

MacVeagh, John Hammond. — b. Saranac Lake, N, Y., 
Nov. 26, 1891 : attended sch. in Europe and U. S. : 
Phillips Exeter grad. ; in steel mills 1912-14 ; Brit. 
Army 1915-17, It.; U. S. Army 1917-19, capt., over- 
seas service ; app., after exam., sec. of emb. or leg. of 
class four Aug. 24, 1921 ; assigned to the Dept. Sept. 
12, 1921 ; to Santiago, Chile, Oct. 22, 1921 ; to Buenos 
Aires Mar. 28, 1922 ; to Bogota Aug. 8, 1922 ; re- 
signed Apr. 1923 ; reapp. sec. of emb. or leg. of class 
four June 27, 1923 ; assigned to Habana July 17, 
1923 ; For. Ser. officer of class eight July 1, 1924 ; 
class seven Aug. 8, 1924 ; assigned to the Dept. May 
25, 1925 ; class six June 2, 1926 ; assigned as 2d sec. 
at Managua Jan. 28, 1927 ; to the Dept., temp., July 
12, 1927 ; to Bucharest Apr. 14, 1928 ; to Paris Aug. 9, 
1929 ; class five July 24, 1930 ; married. 

MacVeagh, Lincoln. — b. Narragansett Pier, Rhode 
Island, Oct. 1, 1890 ; Groton Sch. grad. ; Harvard, 
A. B. 1913 ; Sorbonne 1913-14 ; U. S. Army 1917-19, 
maj., overseas service ; secretary 1912-13 ; elk. 1914— 
15 ; salesman, publLshing firm, 1915-17, and director 
1919-23; publisher 1923-33; app. E. E. and M. P. 
to Greece June 13, 1933 : married. 

MacVitty, Karl deGiers. — 6. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 
27, 1883 ; atte