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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 

JANUARY 1, 1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 



JANUARY 1, 1945 



In the interest of economy the '^Foreign Service List^' 
will be issued in complete form as of January 1 and 
in abridged form as of April i, July J, and October 1 



Note: To avoid delay and insure prompt atten- 
tion, correspondence upon consular business should 
be addressed, for example, to — 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1945 




U. S. SUfERiNTENOENT OF DOCUMENTS 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Publication HHHI 2295 



Please report to the Division of Re- 
search and Publication of the Department 
any omission or error found in this List. 



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CONTENTS 

Page 
Foreign Service of the United States 1 

Afghanistan, 1; Argentina, 1; Australia, 2; Belgium and Possessions, 3; Bolivia, 3; 
Brazil. 4; Bulgaria, 6; Canada, 6; Chile, 8; China, 9; Colombia, 10; Costa Rica, 
11; Cuba, 12; Czechoslovakia, 13; Denmark, 14; Dominican Republic, 14; 
Ecuador, 14; Egypt, 15; El Salvador, 15; Estonia, 16; Ethiopia, 16; Finland, 16; 
France and Possessions, 16; Germany, 18; Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 
and India, 18; Greece, 22; Guatemala, 23; Haiti, 23; Honduras, 24; Hungary, 24; 
Iceland, 24; Iran, 24; Iraq, 25; Ireland, 25; Italy, 25; Japanese Empire, 26; 
Latvia, 26; Lebanon, 26; Liberia, 27; Liechtenstein, 27; Lithuania, 27; 
Luxembourg, 27; Mexico, 27; Monaco, 29; Morocco, 29; Netherlands and 
Possessions, 30; New Zealand, 30; Nicaragua, 31; Norway, 31; Palestine 
and Trans-Jordan, 32; Panama, 32; Paraguay, 33; Peru, 33; Philippine Islands, 
34; Poland, 34; Portugal and Possessions, 35; Rumania, 36; Saudi Arabia, 
Kingdom of, 36; Spain, 36; Sweden, 38; Switzerland, 39; Syria, 40; Thailand, 
40; Turkey, 40; Union of South Africa, 41; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 
42; Uruguay, 43; Venezuela, 43; Yugoslavia, 44. 

Officers assigned to the Department 45 

Officers on special and temporary detail 47 

Officers on detail as inspectors 48 

Officers on leave or assigned to posts being reestablished 48 

Special offices 49 

Consular Districts 51 

Description of consular districts 51 

Allocation of provinces, states, etc., to consular districts 62 

Tariff of United States Foreign Service Fees 83 

Classification of Foreign Service Officers 87 

Retirements in the Foreign Service 111 

Index of Persons 114 

Geographic Index 126 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

(T)_Temporary specialists appointed for the emergency. These appointees are arranged 
according to salary; where salary is the same, according to the date of assignment; 
and where date of assignment is the same, alphabetically. 

(C) —Consulate (M) —Mission 

(C A)— Consular agency (MA)— Office of military attach^ 

(CG)— Consulate general (MD) -Office of maritime delegate 

(E) —Embassy (N A)— Office of naval attach^ 

(L) —Legation (VC) —Vice consulate 

t indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service of the officer 
at the post. For this information regarding an officer in the Foreign Service, his biography 
in the Register of the De-pariment of State should be consulted. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


AFGHANISTAN 
Kabul (L) 


Cornelius Van H. Engert, envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. 
Elbert O. Mathews, second secretary; vice consul . 
RoUieH. White, Jr., vice consul 

Maj. Ernest F. Fox, military attache _. . . .. 


California 

California 

Dist. Columbia.. 

War Dept 

Virginia 


May 2, 1942 

Dec. 14,1943 
June 6, 1944 

Jan. 11,1944 
Oct. 11,1944 


$10, 000 
4,100 


(MA) 


(T) 


David L.Gilsinn, attach^; vice consul 




ARGENTINA 
Buenos Aires (E) 


, ambassador extraordinary and 








plenipotentiary. 
Edward L. Reed, cotmselor of embassy , 


Peimsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 


Oct. 27,1941 
July 28,1934 
tJan. 8, 1944 
Aug. 30,1940 
Nov. 2,1942 
tAug. 13,1942 
INov. 19, 1943 
Aug. 28,1944 
Sept. 4,1941 
May 2,1944 
June 29,1944 
Oct. 18,1943 
Mar. 3,1943 
Sept. 29, 1944 
May 21, 1941 
JMay 15,1944 
JMay 15,1944 
Sept. 5,1942 
Sept. 6,1942 
Mar. 8,1943 
Apr. 9, 1943 
June 3, 1943 
June 24,1943 
Oct. 1, 1943 
Dec. 22,1943 
June 3, 1944 
Sept. 11, 1944 

Apr. 14,1941 

Sept. 16, 1943 

Jan. 6, 1942 
July 3, 1943 
Mar. 8, 1943 
Oct. 14, 1943 
July 11,1941 


9 200 




Paul 0. Nyhus, agricultural attach^ 


8 000 




David C. Berger, consul general; first secretary... 
Sheldon Thomas, second secretary 


6 200 




New York 

Massachusetts... 
Missouri 


5 400 




Gerald Warner, second secretary 


4 600 




Edward P. Maffitt. second secretary... 


4 200 




Hiram Bingham, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Aubrey E. Lippincott, second secretary; consul. _ 
Herbert V. Olds, second secretary; vice consul... 
David M. Clark, second secretary 


Connecticut 

Arizona... 


4,200 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3 600 




Massachusetts... 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota. 

California 

Ohio 




Leslie W. Johnson, third secretary; consul 

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

Richard H. Post, third secretary; vice consul 

Arthur J, Romero, vice consul 




New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Vermont 


3,500 




Colin C. Woodfall, vice consul- 


.- 




Robert M. Winfree, vice consul... 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Oregon 






Sheldon W. Parks, vice consul 






Howard K. Rutherford, vice consul 


Texas 






William B. Helme, vice consul 


Illinois 






V. Walser Prospere, vice consul 


Mississippi 

Ohio 






Arthur F. Carey, vice consul 






Harold F. Swenson, vice consul.. 


New York 

Ohio. .. 






Walter W. Hanes, vice consul 






Charles F. Hemphill, Jr., vice consul 


Texas 






Lawrence L. Arnold, vice consul 


Illinois 






Raford W. Herbert, vice consul. 






(MA & NA) 


Brig.' Gen. John W. Lang, military attache and 

military attache for air. 
Capt. Walter W. Webb, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Col. Sherlock Davis, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Joseph C. King, asst. military attache..- 
Maj. Donald F. Gibbons, asst. military attache.. 

Ma]. Charles H. Lee, asst. military attache 

Comdr. Robert S. Burgher, asst. naval attache 


War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept.. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 









FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



ARGENTINA— Continued 

Buenos Aires (E)— Con. 
(MA & NA)-Con 



(T). 



AUSTRALIA 

Canberra, Australian Capital 
Territory (L). 



(MA ANA). 



Adelaide, South Australia (C). 
Brisbane, Queensland (C) 



Melbourne, Victoria (C) 

Perth, Western Australia (C) 



Sydney, New South Wales 
(CG). 



Lt. Comdr. Judson B. Robinson, asst. naval 
attach^ and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Agesilaus W. Walker, Jr., asst. naval attache 
and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Archie W. Green, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 



Charles A. Windham, special assistant. .- 

John F. Griffiths, special assistant 

James MacGregor Byrne, special assistant 

Connie R. Herron, senior economic analyst 

Charles F. Merkel. senior economic analyst 

Daniel V. Ryan, special assistant 

Grant McDougall, economic analyst 

Asher Norman Christensen, asst. cultural-rela- 
tions attache. 

Paul J. Wallin, economic analyst 

Francis K. Jovin, economic analyst 

Chandler Lawrence Daniels, economic analyst.. . 

William H. Melvin, economic analyst 

Richard F. Lankenau, jimior economic analyst... 

William K. Leonhart, economic analyst. 

Miss Marie Elizabeth Richardson, junior eco- 
nomic analyst. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Feb. 2,1944 
Aug. 16,1943 
Oct. 16,1943 



California.. 
California.. 
New York. 

Kansas 

Ohio 

California.. 



Minnesota. 



Feb. 
JMay 

Sept. 

Jan. 
JJuly 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Dee. 



28, 1944 
11, 1944 

3, 1941 
15, 1942 

1,1943 
14, 1944 

4, 1942 
15, 1942 



(T) 

' Resident in Canberra. 



Nelson T. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

John R. Minter, counselor of legation 

Lacey C. Zapf, commercial attache 

Douglas Jenkins, Jr., second secretary 

Col. Karl Ferguson Baldwin, military attache... 

Col. Ralph L. Michaelis, military air attache 

Comdr. Malcolm Mackenzie, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Earl C. Stewart, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Dalton Hayes, asst. military attache 

Lt. (jg) Nicholas D. Olivier, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Charles A. Hutchinson, consul 

Joseph P. Ragland, consul 

Ralph J. Blake, consul 

Robert Grinnell, vice consul 

Clarence J. Spiker, con.sul general 

Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul.. 

Mason Turner, consul 

Rudolph W. Hefti, vice consul 

Ely E. Palmer, consul general. 

Charles H. Derry, consul 

Wilson C. Flake, consul. 

Perry Ellis, vice consul 

Richard H. Hawkins, Jr., vice consul.. 

Delano McKelvey, vice consul... 

Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul 

Robert C. Arnold, vice consul ' 

Robert H. Hartley, vice consul. ._ 



California Jan. 14,1944 

New York Dec. 4,1942 

Michigan [ Dec. 4,1942 

New York Dec. 4, 1942 

Dec. 27,1941 

Dec. 28,1943 

Dec. 21,1943 



Indiana 

West Virginia 

Arkansas 



Oklahoma 

South Carolina... 

Teimessee 

South Carolina.. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Minnesota 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Oregon 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Massachusetts... 

Connecticut 

Permsylvania 

Rhode Island 

Georgia 

North Carolina.. 

California 

Pennsylvania 

Dist. Columbia.. 

South Dakota 

Dist. Columbia. . 
Texas 



Feb. 11,1941 

tDec. 3, 1943 

Mar. 21, 1942 

July 15, 1944 

Apr. 6,1942 

Oct. 13,1944 

{Jan. 22,1944 

Aug. 1, 1942 

Oct. 7, 1944 

Dec. 7, 1913 



Mar. 

July 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 
tSept. 

July 

Nov. 

Aug. 

July 
tDec. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Aug. 



12, 1936 
10, 1936 
17, 1944 

19. 1942 
8, 1943 

24, 1929 
1, 1941 
29, 1944 
23, 1940 
5, 1941 

29. 1939 

23. 1943 

30. 1940 

2. 1943 
27, 1938 

3. 1944 

12. 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIONS 

(Belcium) 

Brussels (Bruxelles) (E) 



(T). 



Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CG). 



(T). 



(Africa) 

Lfiopoldville, Belgian Congo 
(CO). 



(T). 



BOLIVIA 



La Paz (E). 



(MA). 



(C). 



Name and rank 



Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Julian F. Harrington, counselor of embassy 

Leigh W. Hunt, commercial attache _ 

George P. Waller,^ first secretary; consul ^.. 

Ernest de W. Mayer, second secretary 

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

J. Stanford Edwards, vice consul 

Clay H. Henderson, vice consul 

Raymond C. Miller, adviser on economic aflairs 

Eskel V. Anderson, senior economic analyst 

Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural economist 

James W. Swihart, economic analyst 

James Hugh Keeley, Jr.. consul general 

George Gregg Fuller, consul 

Stephen E. C. Kendrick, consul 

Edward Anderson, consul 

Theodore J. Hadraba, vice consuL. _ 

Egbert Giles Leigh, senior economic analyst 

Claude E. Hobbs, Jr., economic analyst 

J. Webb Benton, consul general 

Harry H. Schwartz, vice consul 

Edwin W. Martin, vice consul 

Charles D. Withers, economic analyst 



Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Hector Q. Adam, Jr., second secretary (vice con- 
sul). 

Jack B. Neathery, commercial attachfi 

Bromley K. Smith, third secretary (vice consul).. 

Juan de Zengotita, third secretary (vice consul)... 

Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary (vice consul).. 

William S. Rosenberg, third secretary (vice con- 
sul). 

Howard Brandon, third secretary (vice consul).. 



Col. Lawrence C. Mitchell, military attache 

Lt. Col. Murl Estes, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Eusenio Buitrago, asst. military attach^. 
Capt. Frank Lener Keller, asst. military attache. 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., vice consul (second Secre- 
tary) . 
Bromley K. Smith, vice consul (third secretary).. California. 
Juan de Zengotita, vice consul (third secretary)..! Pennsylvania.. 
Wallace W. Stuart, vice consul (third secretary)..! Tennessee 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Ohio 

Massachusetts. , 
Dist. Columbia. 

Alabama 

New York 

Maryland 

New York 

Arkansas 

Indiana 

Permsylvania. _ . 

Virginia 

New Jersey 

California _ 

California 

Rhode Island... 

Florida 

Nebraska 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania... 

California 

Ohio 

South Carolina.. 



Arizona 

New York. 



Texas 

California 

Pennsylvania.. 

Tennessee 

New York 



Georgia. 



War Dept. 
War Dept.. 
War Dept-. 
War Dept.. 

New York. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 21,1944 

Sept. 15, 1944 
Sept. 20, 1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Mar. 18, 1944 
Oct. 31,1944 
Sept 14,1944 
tDec. 30,1944 

Nov. 27, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Oct. 23,1944 
Oct. 6, 1944 

tDec. 29,1944 

Oct. 5, 1944 

Oct. 6, 1944 

Oct. 4, 1944 

Oct. 16, 1944 

Dec. 30,1944 
Oct. 30,1944 



Apr. 26, 1944 
Dec. 8, 1943 
Mar. 21, 1944 
Sept. 2,1943 



Sept. 21,1941 

Nov. 14, 1944 

Nov. 8,1944 
Dec. 26,1941 
Aug. 24,1943 
Nov. 4,1944 
May 15,1943 

Oct, 25,1943 

Nov. 24, 1944 
Aug. 12,1944 
tJuly 7, 1944 
Sept. 29, 1944 

Nov. 14, 1944 

Dec. 26,1941 
Aug. 24,1943 

Nov. 4, 1944 



' Accredited also to Luxembourg. 
2 Assigned also to Lu.xembourg. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


BOLIVIA— Continued 










La Paz (E)— Continued. 










(C)— Continued 


William S. Rosenberg, vice consul (third 


New York . 


May 16,1943 


$2,750 




secretary). 










Howard Brandon, vice consul (third secretary) . . 


Georgia . 


Oct. 25,1943 


2,500 




A Jvln K, ■Rfl.ndy, vicpi consul ,, , 


TAnTie.<?sen 


Sept. 16, 1942 

June 11,1942 
June 21,1944 




(T) 


Charles W. Collier, cultural-relations attache 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 


Virginia . 






Texas .. 






Charles S. Macaulay, senior economic analyst 


Illinois 


Oct. 28,1944 






Dudley Q. Singer, senior economic analyst 


New Jersey 


July 21,1943 




Cochabamba (C) 


Douglas Henderson, vice consul 


Massachusetts 


Nov. 20, 1943 


2,750 


BRAZIL 










Rio de Janeiro (B) 


ambassador extraordinary and 










plenipotentiary. 










Harold S. Tewell, consul general; first secretary.. 


North Dakota 


Dec. 3, 1942 


9,000 




Walter J. Donnelly, counselor of embassy for eco- 


Dist. Columbia.. 


tNov. 5,1942 


8,000 




nomic aSalrs. 










Archie W. Chllds, asst. commercial attache 


Ohio 


May 28,1935 


6,200 




Leo J. Callanan, first secretary; consul 


Massachusetts 


May 26,1944 


6,200 




Vinton Chapin, first secretary; consul 


Massachusetts 


May 3, 1944 


6,000 




Walter P. McConaughy, second secretary; consul 


Alabama 


Dec. 8, 1944 


4,600 




Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul.. 


Rhode Island 


July 30,1943 


4,200 




John H. Burns, third secretary; vice consul 


Oklahoma 


Sept. 6,1944 


3,000 




Theodore A. Xanthaky, vice consul 


New York 


tMay 22, 1943 







Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul .. . .. 


New York 

Oklahoma.. 


tOct. 28,1925 
Apr. 19,1943 






Hubert Maness, vice consul 






Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul .. 


New Jersey 


tApr. 8, 1944 




(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Hayes A. Kroner, military attache 


War Dept . .. 


Jan. 16, 1944 






Col. Ben W. Barclay, military air attache 


War Dept 


Apr. 24,1944 






Capt. Charles J. Rend, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept. 


Jan. 22,1943 






attache for air. 










Lt. Col. George M. Potter, asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Feb. 6, 1942 






Lt. Col. Andrew P. Fuller, asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Sept. 30, 1948 






Maj. George F. Borton, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Mar. 13, 1944 






Capt. Richard T. CaS8ldy,asst. military attache. 


War Dept.. 


July 3, 1943 


... 




Capt. Horace C. Peterson, asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Sept. 30, 1943 






Capt. Clarence J. Alameda, asst. military attache.. 


War Dept.. 


Apr. 18,1944 






Capt. William H. Eckes, asst. military attache.. 


War Dept 


Oct. 18,1944 






Capt. Samuel J. Skousen, asst. military air attache. 


War Dept 


July 26,1944 






Lt. Comdr. Walter F. McLallen, Jr., asst. naval 


Navy Dept. 


Feb. 3, 1943 






attache and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Comdr. Howard A. White, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


May 13,1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. (jg) Angus C. Littlejohn, Jr., asst. naval 


Navy Dept 


Aug. 18,1944 






attache and asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


William A. Wieland, special assistant 


New York 


June 4, 1941 






Guy Louis Bush, agricultural attache ... 


Colorado . 


July 2, 1943 






Walter Hinckley Bradley, special assistant 


Massachusetts... 


May 17,1944 






Emerson I. Brown, minerals attache 


Ohio 


May 18, 1944 
Feb. 1, 1944 






Roderic Crandall,^ petroleum attache 


California . 






David S. Green, senior economic analyst 


Connecticut 


Mar. 24,1942 





' Assigned also to Santiago, Quito, and Lima; resident InjLima. 

2 Assigned also to Asuncion and Montevideo; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



BRAZIL— Continued 

Uio de Janeiro (E)— Con. 
(T)— Continued 



Victoria, Espirito Santo 
(VC). 
Bahia (SSo Salvador), Bahia 
(C). 
(T) 



Bello Horizonte, Minas Qe- 

raes (C). 
Florianopolis, Santa Ca- 

tharina (C). 

Fortaleza, Cear4 (C) 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 

(C). 

Para (Belem), Para (C) 

(T) 

Man&os, Amazonas (VC). 

(T) 

Sfio Luiz, Maranhao (CA) 
Pernambuco (Recife), Per- 
nambuco (C). 
(T) 



Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do 
Sul (C). 
(T)..... 



Rio Grande, Rio Grande 
do Sul (CA). 
Santos, Sao Paulo (C) 



Fred T. Wagner, special assistant 

Roscoe Freeman Patterson, special assistant 

William Rex Crawford, cultural-relations attache. 

Meade T. Foster, asst. agricultural attache 

Kenneth M. Davidson, senior economic analyst.. 

Rudolph E. Zetterstrand, economic analyst 

John P. Curtis, senior economic analyst 

Edward J. Rowell, attache 

Kenneth Wernimont, agricultural commissioner . 

Nestor O. Ortiz, junior economic analyst 

Alfred J. Henney, economic analyst 

Harvey R. Wellman, economic analyst.. 

William F. Germon, economic analyst 

L. Peirce Brady, economic analyst 

Mrs. Aldene Barrington Leslie, economic analyst- 
Herbert W. D. Mayers, junior economic analyst.. 

Sheldon B. Vance, junior economic analyst 

Richard A. Godfrey, junior economic analyst 

Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul 

Peter J. Raineri, vice consul 

Charles Edward Eaton, vice consul 



New York 

Vermont 

Pennsylvania.. 

Maryland 

Idaho.. 

West Virginia.. 

Texas 

California 

Nebraska 

California 

Ohio 

New York 

New York 

Utah.. 

Montana 

Virginia 

Massachusetts. 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

New York 

Missouri.. 



V. Harwood Blocker, vice consul- 
Daniel M. Braddock, consul 



Texas. 



Michigan. 



Larry Barnette, economic analyst 

Miss Julia Louise Wooster, vice consul- 
Chester Davis, vice consul 

Jay Walker, consul 



Illinois 

Connecticut. 



William Preston Rambo, vice consul. 



Dist. Colurr'^ia- 
Florida 



Walter W. Hoffmann, consul... 

Harold Sims, vice consul 

Robert Jakes, 3d, vice consul 

Randolph A. Kidder, consul... 

Fred Qodsey, vice consul 

WUliam F. Trent, vice consul.. 
Forrest N. Daggett, vice consul. 

Robert Black, vice consul 

Wiley T. Clay, consular agent.. 
Donald W. Lamm, vice consuL 



Bentley B. MacKay, agricultural adviser. 

J. Thomas Rae, vice consul 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice consul. .. 

Reginald S. Castleman, consul 



California 

Tennessee 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts.. 

lexas 

Tennessee 

California 

Ohio 

North Carolina.. 
Dist. Columbia. 



Louisiana 

MlnnesotS 

Pennsylvania. 
California 



Roy Nash, senior cultural-relations ofllcer. 
Joseph L. Dougherty, agricultural analyst. 

William E. Price, vice consul 

Eugene C. Pflfiner, consular agent 



California. 

Ohio 

Missouri.. 
Illinois 



July 
May 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
J Oct. 
June 
July 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Aug. 



27, 1042 
13, 1943 

21. 1943 

21. 1944 
23,1942 

2, 1942 
22, 1942 
16, 1944 

6, 1944 

26. 1941 

11. 1942 
14, 1942 
16, 1942 
20, 1942 

5,1943 
15, 1942 
26, 1942 

4,1942 

21. 1941 
22, 1944 

22. 1942 



Aug. 17,1942 

Sept. 4,1943 

Nov. 20, 1942 
June 17,1944 
Oct. 17,1944 
Sept. 4,1943 

Dec. 16,1942 



tSept. 

Feb. 

Oct. 
tSept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

July 

Dec. 



28. 1943 

28. 1941 

20. 1944 
19, 1944 

11. 1942 
16, 1944 

2, 1943 
31, 1944 

1, 1940 
10, 1942 



Arthur O. Parsloe, vice consul. 



Georgia. 



Aug. 30, 1944 

Dec. 31,1942 

Oct. 4, 1941 

Sept. 4,1943 

July 13,1943 

Aug. 26,1944 

Jan. 11,1943 

Dec. 1, 1942 

Uune 7. 1923 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



BRAZIL— Continued 



Sfio Paulo, Sfio Paulo (CQ).. 



(T). 



Curltiba, Parana (VC) 
(T). 

BULGARIA 

State of war declared by Bul- 
garia Deo. 13, 1941. 

Armistice witli Bulgaria 
effective Oct. 28, 1944. 

For officers on duty in special 
ofEce at Sofia, see p. 49. 

CANADA 

Ottawa, Ontario (E)... 



(MA &NA). 



(T) 

Calgary, Alberta (C).... 
Edmonton, Alberta (C). 



Cecil M. P. Cross, consul general 

DuWayne G. Clark, consul 

Frederic C. Femes, Jr., consul 

Wales W. Signer, consul 

Leland C. Altafier, vice consul. 

Carleton Sprague Smith, cultural-relations officer 

George T. Colman, senior economic analyst 

Henry W. Spielman, Junior agricultural economist 

Leon C. Heilbronner, economic analyst 

Ross E. Hoverter, economic analyst 

Robert William Dean, economic analyst 

•Fesse Milton Orme, vice consul 



Ray Atherton,' ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Lewis Clark, consul general; first secretary 

Henry M. Bankhead, commercial attach^ 

Clifford C. Taylor, agricultural attache... 

Homer S. Fox, commercial attache 

Oliver B. North, asst. commercial attach^ 

Robert English, second secretary; consul 

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

Miss Katherine E. O'Connor, second secretary; 

vice consul. 

William Belton, third secretary; vice consul 

George C. Minor, vice consul 

Russell B. Jordan, vice consul 

Girvan Teall, vice consul 



War Dept... 
War Dept"- 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 



Col. Francis J. Graling, military attache 

Lt. Col. Jay P. Thomas, military air attache 

Capt. Glenn F. Howell, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Walter A. Wood, asst. military attache 

^aj. Harry C. Archer, asst. military air attache... 
Capt. WUliam P. Hastings, asst. military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Jack K. McFall, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Jason Paige, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Paul H. Norgren, attache... 

Charles W. Allen, vice consul 

Robert B. Streeper, consul I Ohio 

Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul... I Dist. Columbia. 



Rhode Island. 

California 

New York... 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

Oklahoma 

New York... 
Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Idaho 



Illinois. 



Alabama 

Florida 

Colorado 

Michigan 

Connecticut 

New Hampshire. 

Oregon 

Indiana 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Wyoming. 



Mar. 

May 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Jan. 
tApr. 

Feb. 

Mar. 
tJune 
tJuly 

Sept. 



21. 1941 
2, 1944 

22. 1942 

28. 1943 
7, 1943 
1,1944 

14, 1943 
10, 1942 
17,1943 

1. 1943 

1. 1944 
fi, 1941 



$8,800 
5,100 
4,700 
4,100 



{Nov. 18, 1943 



tDec. 
June 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
May 
May 

tDec. 



29, 1944 
20, 1933 
30, 1939 
4, 1944 
16. 1928 
17, 1944 
25, 1944 
29, 1939 



Oregon 

West Virginia 

Wyoming 

New York 



Sept. 28, 1944 
tFeb. 23.1940 
Oct. 9, 1933 
Oct. 20, 1944 

Feb. 18,1943 
Aug. 12,1944 
Jan. 2, 1943 

Dec. 13, 1944 
Feb. 9,1943 
May 17,1944 

May 8, 1944 

Dec. 4, 1944 



Dec. 28,1944 
Sept. 29, 1930 
May 19,1944 
Sept. 8,1943 



17,500 

6,200 
10,000 
8,000 
7,600 
6, OO'O 
4,600 
4,400 
4,000 

3,600 



6,000 



> Accredited also to Denmark. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



CANADA— Continued 

Fort William and Port Arthur, 

Ontario (C). 
Halifax, Nova Scotia (CG)... 



Fredericton, New Bruns- 
wick (VC). 
Hamilton, Ontario (C) 



Montreal, Quebec (CG). 



(T) 

Niagara Falls, Ontario (C)... 

Quebec, Quebec (C) 

Regina, Saskatchewan (C)... 

St. John. New Brunswick 

(C). 
8t Stephen, New Brunswick 

(C). 

Sarnla, Ontario (C)... 

Toronto, Ontario (CG) 



Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia (CG). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(O). 
Windsor, Ontario (C) 



Name and rank 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CO).. 



Kenora, Ontario (CA)... 



Harvey T. Goodier, consul 

Edwin Carl Kemp, consul general 

Howard F. Withey, consul-. 

Edwin N. Gunsaulus, vice consul 

Charles H. Taliaferro, vice consul 

Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul 

Clay Merrell, vice consul 

Edward J. Lawler, vice consul 

North Winship, consul general 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Laurence W. Taylor, consul 

Coldwell S. Johnston, consul 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul 

Byron White, vice consuL. _-_ 

James E. Callahan, vice consul 

John R. Barry, vice consul-. 

Stephen B. Vaughan, vice consul 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul. 

Lynn W. Franklin, consul. 

William H. Brown, vice consul 

Bertel E. Kuniholm, consul... 

Adam Beaumont, vice consul 

Walter S. Relneck, consul 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul ,. 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Paul C. Betts, vice consul 

George L. Brist, vice consul 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Curtis T. Everett, consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, vice consul.. 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul 

George L. Tolman, vice consul. 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul 

Robert William Harding, vice consul 
Thomas L. Hughes, consul general... 

Ralph A. Boemstein, consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul 

Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul _._ 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 

Walter M. Walsh, vice consul 

Robert Lacy Smyth, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 

George K. Donald, consul general 

Bernard Gotlieb, consul 

Charles H. Stephan, vice consul 

Charles C. Sundell, vice consul 

Alfred W. Klieforth, consul general.. 

Walter H. McKinncy, consul 

Erik W. Magnuson, consul 

Charles W. Smith, vice consul 

Bernard F. Heller, vice consul.. 

Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



New York. 

Florida 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Virginia 

New Jersey 

Oklahoma 

California 

Georgia 

Vermont.. 

California.. 

Nevada 

Michigan 

North Carolina.. 
Massachusetts... 
Massachusetts... 

New Jersey 

New Hampshire. 

Ohio.. 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts 

Massachusetts... 

Ohio. 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Michigan 

Massachusetts... 

Tennessee 

Michigan 

New York .. 

Indiana... 

Colorado 

North Carolina.. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Dist. Columbia.. 
North Carolina.. 

New York.. 

South Carolina... 

Colorado. 

California 

Wisconsin.. 

Alabama... 

New York 

New York 

Minnesota 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Illinois 

California 

Massachusetts... 
Canada 



Date of as- 
signment 



Feb. 15,1935 



Apr. 8, 
May 31 
Oct. 7, 
July 22, 
Sept. 19, 



May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 
tJuly 

Dec. 

June 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

Aug. 
tDec. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Nov. 
{Nov. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 
tMay 

Aug. 

Sept. 
tMay 
{June 
tFeb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

June 

Feb. 



1941 
1944 
1938 
1942 
1921 

1941 

1944 
1944 
1942 
1943 
1941 
1942 
1944 
1941 
1919 
1942 
1939 
1944 
1940 
1937 
1943 
1941 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1926 

1040 

1944 
1942 
1941 
1922 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1930 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1928 
1931 
1933 
1943 
1941 
1940 
1944 
1944 
1940 
1941 
1944 
1043 
1944 
1088 
1018 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



CHILE 



Santiago (E). 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Arlca(VC) 

Concepcion (VC) 

Punta Arenas (Maga- 

llanes) (VC). 
Valdlvia (VC) (T) 



Claude G. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Hugh Millard, counselor of embassy 

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

Clarence C. Brooks, first secretary 

Joel C. Hudson, first secretary; consul 

George D. Andrews, second secretary; consul 

Arthur F. Tower, second secretary; consul 

Norrls S. Haselton, second secretary; vice consul _ 
Miss Minedee McLean, third secretary; vice 

consul. 

Camden L. McLain,.vice consul 

Joseph E. Maldonado, vice consul 

Col. Milton A. Hill, military attachfi 

Col. Daniel E. Ellis, military air attache 

Capt. Paul L. F. Weaver, naval attach^ and 
naval attach^ for air. 

Lt. Col. Harry L. Smith, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Douglas Gorman, Jr., asst. military attache. 

Capt. William C. Wright, asst. military air 
attache. 

Lt. Comdr. Robert H. Barnum, asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Harry G. Bethune, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Lawrence Kinnaird, cultural-relations attache 

Philip W. Thayer, cultural-relations attache 

Leonard H. Price, senior economic analyst 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Earl C. Hollingsworth, senior economic analyst. 

Paul Lynn Guest, agricultural adviser 

Tibo J. Chavez, senior economic analyst 

Daniel L. Horowitz, attache 

Gardner E. Palmer, senior economic analyst 

John B. Dorsh, minerals attache... 

Biddle H. Garrison, special assistant 

R. F. Schneider, economic analyst 

Robert W. Weise, Jr., vice consul 

Robert J. Dorr, vice consul 

Philip R. Wade, vice consul 

O. Alonzo Stanford, cultural-relations assistant... 
Frederick Joseph Bruie, junior economic analyst . 
James Denis McLaughlin, junior economic 

analyst. 
John B. Vanderburgh, junior economic analyst. .. 
Miss Virginia Elizabeth Phillips, Junior economic 

analyst. 



William B. Snidow, Jr., vice consul.. 

Lee M. Hunsaker,^ vice consul 

Thomas Edmund Burke, vice consul. 



Edward Lowry Waggoner, vice consul. 



New York. 



Nebraska... 

Texas 

New Jersey. 
Missouri.... 
Tennessee... 
New York.. 
New Jersey. 
Louisiana... 



Virginia. 
Arizona. 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Virginia 

Utah 

Connecticut. 



Ohio. 



June 22,1939 

July 6, 1944 

Nov. 8,1943 

tNov. 14,1941 

Mar. 12,1943 

Apr. 13,1942 

Oct. 13,1942 

Aug. 19,1943 

tDec. 29,1939 



Feb. 
tOct. 



24, 1931 
9, 1943 



Nov. 2,1944 
Dec. 18,1942 

Nov. 6, 1944 

July 1, 1944 
Aug. 25, 1942 
May 31, 1944 

Feb. 3,1942 

Oct. 4, 1944 



California 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Maryland 

Texas 

Texas 

Texas. 

New Mexico.. 

New York 

Michigan 

Alaska 

New Jersey... 

California 

Minnesota 

California 

Oklahoma 

Michigan 

Montana 

Massachusetts 



California. 
Virginia... 



Jan. 

tSept. 

Aug. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 
tOct. 

Dec. 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

June 
{June 
tNov. 

Apr. 

Mar. 



12. 1943 
7, 1944 

17, 1942 

21. 1944 

29. 1942 
10, 1944 

29. 1943 

16. 1944 
7, 1943 

15, 1944 
4, 1943 

9. 1943 
9, 1941 

12, 1944 
24, 1944 

9. 1944 
8, 1943 

25, 1944 



tFeb. 17,1944 
Nov. 17, 1943 



Nov. 30, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Mar. 6,1943 

Sept. 4,1942 



> Assigned also to La Paz, Quito, and Lima; resident in Lima. 
» Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 




CHILE — Continued 

Antofagasta (C) 

(T) 

Valparaiso (C) 



(T). 



Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 

CHINA 

Chungking (E)_ 



(MA&NA). 



Ellis A. Bonnet, consul 

Edgar S. Ehlers, vice consul 

Eufus H. Lane, Jr., consul 

Julian L. Nugent, Jr., vice consul 
Warren C. Stewart, vice consul... 

Henry A. Hoyt, vice consul 

Lee M. Hunsaker.i vice consul... 

John B. Brady, vice consul 

Joseph W. Schutz, vice consul 

Frank T. Eueter, consular agent. 



Patrick J. Hurley, appointed ambassador extra' 

ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

George Atcheson, Jr., counselor of embassy 

Owen L. Dawson, agricultural attach^ 

A. Bland Caldor, first secretary; consul 

Horace H. Smith, 2 second secretary 

Everett F. Drumright, second secretary; consul. . 

J. Hall Paxton, second secretary; consul 

Harry E. Stevens,' second secretary; consul 

Harvey Lee Milbourne, second secretary; consul. 

Arthur R. Ringwalt, second secretary 

John Davies, Jr., second secretary 

John S . Service,* second secretary ._ 

John K. Emmerson, second secretary 

Raymond P. Ludden,^ second secretary 

Carl H. Boehringer, second secretary 

Edward E. Rice,' second secretary; consul 

William E. Yuni, second secretary 

Charles S. Millet, second secretary 

Philip D . Sprouse, second secretary; consul 

Fulton Freeman, third secretary 

Hungerford B. Howard, third secretary; vice 

consul. 
Alfred T. Wellborn, third secretary; vice consul... 
Archibald A. McFadyen, Jr., vice consul 



Col. Morris B. dePass, military attach^ 

Col. Lee Q. Wasser, military air attache 

Capt. Henry T. Jarrell, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Ma]. Roy Perrin McNair, Jr., asst. military 

attache. 
Maj . Alexander W. Farmer, asst. military attache. 

Maj. David D. Dean, asst. military attache 

Maj. Lucius R. Holbrook, Jr., asst. military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Frank H. Herrington, asst. naval 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Phillips Talbot, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 



1 Temporarily at Concepcion, 

' Assigned also to Kunming. 

' Temporarily at Lanchow. 

* Assigned also to Kunming; resident in Chungking. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Kunming, 

« Temporarily at Sian. 



Texas 

Missouri 

Virginia 

New Mexico... 

Maryland 

California. 

Utah 

Dist. Columbia 

Florida.. 

Pennsylvania . 



New Mexico - 



California 

Illinois 

New York 

Ohio 

Oklahoma.. 

Virginia.. 

California 

West Virginia. . . 

Nebraska. 

Ohio...... 

Ohio 

Colorado 

Massachusetts. - 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Washington 

New Hampshire 

Tennessee 

California 

California 



Louisiana. 
Virginia.. . 



War Dept.. 
WarDept... 
Navy Dept.. 

WarDept... 



War Dept. 
War Dept- 
War Dept. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Nov. 
Sept. 
July 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
tOct. 



23, 1944 

1, 1944 

6, 1944 

14, 1944 

16, 1941 

29. 1943 

30. 1944 
12, 1944 
29, 1943 

1, 1934 



Nov. 25, 1944 



Dec. 

June 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

July 

Nov. 

Jan. 

July 
tFeb. 

Aug. 

Aug. 
tOct. 
tFeb. 

July 
tApr. 
{May 

Jan. 

Jan. 



4. 1942 

11. 1943 

27. 1944 
28, 1942 

21. 1942 

8. 1943 
8, 1943 
3, 1943 
1, 1943 

1. 1942 

5. 1943 

10. 1943 

10. 1943 
5, 1943 
5, 1943 

8. 1943 

15. 1944 

1. 1944 
12, 1943 
12, 1943 



Sept. 29, 1943 
tMay 1,1944 

Jan. 18,1943 
May 4,1944 
May 3,1944 

June 22,1942 

Aug. 31,1943 
July 1, 1944 
Aug. 12,1944 

Jan. 6, 1943 

Sept. 14, 1943 



10 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


CHINA— Continued 










Chungking (E)— Continued. 










(MA & NA)— Con 


Lt. Arthur J. Campbell, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attach^ for air. 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 7, 1943 






Lt. William R. Cooper, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


May 17,1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Christopher H. Purdom, asst. naval attachfe 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 19,1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. (jg) Houghton Freeman, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


July 23,1943 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. (jg) Edward A. La Croix, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 19,1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) . 


John D. Sumner, adviser on economic affairs 


New York 


Sept. 8,1944 




Kunming (Yiinnanfu), Yun- 


William R. Langdon, consul general. 




June 10,1943 


$8, 000 


nan (CG). 


Horace H. Smith,' consul 


Ohio 


July 27,1943 
}Nov. 6, 1942 


5,100 




Raymond P. Ludden, 2 consul -. 




4,500 




John S. Service,' consul --- 


Ohio 


July 14,1943 
June 25,1943 
Jan. 25, 1943 


4,500 




M. Robert Rutherford, vice consul 


Montana 


3,500 




Richard M. Service, < vice consul... _ 


California. 






Fong Chuck, vice consul 


Hawaii 


Feb. 10, 1944 






Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul 




July 11,1944 
Dec. 10,1943 
Oct. 10, 1944 






Glenn C. Hayes, vice consiil 


Ohio 




Tihwa, Sinkiang (C) 6-._ 


Robert S. Ward, consul 


Ohio 


5,000 


Consular oflBces in Japanese- 










occupied areas of China 










closed. 










COLOMBIA 










Bogota (E) 


John C. Wiley, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


Indiana 


Sept. 21, 1944 


17, 500 










Paul C. Daniels, counselor of embassy .. . 


New York 


Oct. 22,1943 


7,000 




William E. Dunn, counselor of embassy for eco- 


Texas 


Oct. 4, 1943 


8,900 




nomic affairs. 










Gerald A. Mokma, second secretary; consul 


Iowa 


Feb. 15,1944 


4,700 




Herbert F. N. Schmitt, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul. 


Michigan 


July 22,1942 


3,000 




Connecticut 


May 16,1942 


2,750 




Douglas N. Forman, Jr., third secretary; vice 


Massachusetts... 


June 10,1942 


2,750 




consul. 










Alvin M. Bentley, third secretary; vice consul 


Michigan 


Dec. 2, 1944 


2,750 






Texas 


Oct. 10,1944 
Dec. 15,1938 






Granville Oury-Jackson, vice consul 


Michigar , 










{Mar. 7, 1944 




(MA & NA) 


Col. John A. Weeks, military attachfi 


War Dept 


July 1, 1943 






Lt. Col. Donald F. Lehnhard, military air attachfe. 


War Dept 


Sept. 25, 1944 






Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept 


Jan. 18,1944 






attache for air. 










Maj. Edwin McKee, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Sept. 11, 1942 





• Assigned also to Chungking. 

' Assigned also to Chungking; resident in Kunming. 
' Assigned also to and resident in Chungking. 

• Resident in Chungking. . 

• Temporary. Functions under the general supervision of the Embassy at Chungking. 
» Temporarily at Buenaventura. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



11 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



COLOMBIA— Continued 

Bogota (E)— Continued. 
(MA & NA)— Con 



CT). 



Barranquilla (C). 



(T) 



Bucaramanga (C)_ 
Call (C) 



(T). 



Buenaventura (VC). 
Cartagena (C) (T) 



Medellln (C)._. 

(T) 

COSTA RICA 

San Jose (E) 



Capt. James R. Fltzpatrick, asst. military attach^. 
Capt. Archer B. Haimah, asst. military attach^. .. 
MaJ. Justin O. Tobias, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Gerald C. Gross, asst. naval attach^ 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert Breckinridge, asst. naval attachS and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Horace V. Geib, agricultural adviser 

John Clayton A. Cady, agricultural attache 

T. Lynn Smith,' senior agricultural analyst 

Richard M. Connell, senior economic analyst... 

Harry N. Stark, senior economic analyst 

Charles V. Kolt, petroleum attach^ 

James D. Bell, attachfe. _.. 

John Abel Hopkins, agricultural adviser 

Albert H. Oerberich, cultural-relations attache. . 

Arthur H. Taylor, economic analyst 

George W. Caldwell, Jr., economic analyst 

Kenneth Whittemore Pendar, attach^ 

Lawrence Pierce, economic analyst 

Fidencio Guerra, junior economic analyst 

Walter Trenta, special assistant 

Irwin C. Byington, junior economic analyst 

Henry L. Taylor, junior economic analyst. 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept_ 

Navy Dept. 



Texas 

Maryland 

Louisiana 

New Jersey... 

Maryland 

Louisiana. 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania. 



Virginia 

Connecticut_ 
New York.. 

Texas.. 

New York... 

Tennessee 

Washington. 



Leonard G. Dawson, consul 

George Carnahan, vice consul 

S. Wilson Clark, vice consul 

Terrance G. Leonhardy, vice consul . 

Weldon Litsey, vice consul 

J. Brock Havron, vice consul 

Howard A. Bowman, consul 

Fernando Terrassa, vice consul 

Park F. Wollam, vice consul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul 

Robert G. Wesson, vice consul 

George T. Lister.^ vice consul 

Leonard R. Morey, vice consul...... 

William B. Randolph, vice consul 

James S. Triolo, vice consul 

Walter W. Wiley, vice consul 

George W. Skora, vice consul _ 



Virginia 

New York. 

California. 

Michigan 

Wyoming 

Tennessee 

California 

Puerto Rico 

California 

Maryland 

Ohio 

New York 

New York 

Virginia 

California 

North Carolina. - 
Arizona 



Hallett Johnson, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

S. Walter Washington, first secretary; consul 

Edward S. Maney, second secretary; consul 

H. Gordon Minnigerode, second secretary; vice 
consul. 

Livingston D. Watrous, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

J. Ramon Solana, third secretary; vice consul 



New Jersey. 



West Virginia 

Texas 

Dist. Columbia.. 



New York 

North Carolina.^. 



Feb. 6, 1942 

Aug. 17.1944 
Aug. 9, 1944 

Doc. 8, 1914 

Oct. 11,1943 



Nov. 

Oct. 
tJuly 

July 

Nov. 

Dec. 
{Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

May 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

July 

Mrr. 
July 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
IJan. 
May 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
July 
May 



1942 
1944 
1944 
1941 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1943 
1942 
1943 

1944 
1942 
1943 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1912 
1941 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 



Dec. IP, 1944 

Aug. 3,1944 
Ji-ly fi, 1944 
Aug. 27,1941 

Oct. 7, 1942 

tDcc. 16, 1944 



I Temporarily, for special duty, 
■ Temporarily. 



12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



COSTA RICA— Contihned 

San Jos6 (E)— Continued. 
(MA & NA) 



(T) 

Golflto (CA). 

Puntarenas (VC) (T) 

Quepos (CA) 

PortLimon (C) (T) 

CUBA 

Habana (E) 



(MA & NA). 



Name and rank 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. John Ford Hardle, military air attachfi.. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attach^ and naval 

attache tor air. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. IrvingE. Roberts, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Victor C. Heck, Junior economic analyst.. . 
Edward D. CuSe, Junior economic analyst. 
John Logan Hagan, vice consuL 



Fred F. Flandry, consular agent 

John I. Copeland, vice consul 

Keimeth W. Harding, consular agent. 
Hilton F. Wood, vice consul 



Spruille Braden, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

John J. Muccio, counselor of embassy 

Albert F. Nufer, counselor of embassy for eco- 
nomic affairs. 

Paul Q. Minneman, agricultural attache 

George C. Howard, first secretary; consul. 

Richard F. Boyce, consul general; first secretary.. 

Garret G. Ackerson, Jr., first secretary; consul. .. 

Kennett F. Potter, second secretary; consul 

Gordon L. Burke, consul.. 

H. Bartlett Wells, second secretary; consul.. 

Orray Taft, Jr., second secretary; consul 

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

Russell W. Benton, second secretary; vice consul.. 

Thomas S. Campen, asst. commercial attache 

William W. Walker, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Thomas J. Cole, vice consul 

John H. Marvin, vice consul 

Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 

Edward S. Benet, vice consul 



Col. Egon R. Tausch, military attache 

Lt. Col. Charles Le Roy Youmans, military air 
attache. 

Col. John N. Hart, naval attache and naval at- 
tache for air. 

Lt. Col. William E. Boone, asst. military attache. 

Capt. Edward J. Ruff, asst. military attache 

Lt. Albert J. Powers, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. John C. Hill, asst. naval attache and a.sst. 
naval attache for air. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept.., 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



California.. 
New York. 

Virginia 



North Carolina. 



New York. 



New York. 



Rhode Island. 
New York 



Ohio 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Michigan 

New Jersey 

Missouri 

Georgia 

New Jersey 

California 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina.. 
North Carolina.. 

Ohio 

Florida 

New York 

Massachusetts... 



War Dept. 
War Dept- 



Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 
tSept. 
M«. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Mar. 

July 

July 

June 



18, 1944 
20, 1943 
13, 1943 

8, 1943 
14. 1943 
6, 1942 

21, 1942 

20. 1942 

12. 1943 



Feb. 7, 1942 
July 30,1942 

Sept. 19, 1944 

Jan. 20,1043 

Aug. 17, 1944 
Jan. 20,1043 
June 26, 1944 



Dec. 20,1941 

Aug. 2, 1944 
{Nov. 6,1942 



Apr. 

Nov. 

July 
tAug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 
tDec. 

July 

Apr. 
JFeb. 
JFeb. 

June 



15. 1942 

6. 1942 

6. 1943 
13, 1942 

5, 1940 
16, 1944 

16. 1943 

18. 1943 

11. 1944 
30, 1944 
16, 1942 
11, 1942 
25, 1941 
28, 1927 
28, 1927 
23, 1944 



Jan. 17,1944 
tSept. 30, 1943 

June 21.1943 

Nov. 1, 1941 
July 22, 1944 
July 3, 1943 

Mar. 21, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



13 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


CUBA— Continued 

Habana (E)— Continued 
(T) 


Clarence A. Botsford, minerals attach^ 


New York 

Pennsylvania 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Louisiana 

North Carolina... 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Minnesota. 

Virginia 


Dec. 26.1942 
Dec. 4, 1944 
Jan. 30,1943 
tOct. 14,1943 
Sept. 19, 1944 
July 12, 1944 
June 15,1942 
Jan. 14,1943 
July 25, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Jan. 14,1943 
Feb. 23,1943 
Sept. 22, 1943 
Oct. 10,1944 

Feb. 7, 1922 
Aug. 16, 1944 
July 5, 1943 
Dec. 16,1944 

tOct. 6, 1922 
June 23,1944 
Sept. 6, 1944 
Feb. 13,1925 

tApr. 20,1922 

Dec. 20,1944 

tSept. 15, 1943 
Feb. 7, 1944 
Aug. 15,1944 

tSept. 21, 1943 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Oct. 25,1943 
Jan. 13,1913 
Jan. 16,1943 
Sept. 6,1943 
Sept. 6,1944 

July 12, 1944 

Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 

Nov. 2,1944 
Nov. 13, 1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 






John A. E. Orloski, senior economic analyst 

Gustavo Duran, special assistant-. 






Clarence Boonstra, asst. agricultural attach^. 

John T. Reid, special assistant 







Eugene Desvernine, special assistant 






Adolph B. Horn, special assistant 

Arden Edward DuBois, junior economic analyst.. 
Charles T. Warner, vice consul . ' 






Melvin C. Warner, asst. agricultural economist.. 
James Bennett, Junior economic analyst 


California 

New York 






Joseph A. Jones, special assistant 






George Varrelmarm. Junior economic analyst 

James N. Cortada, junior economic analyst. 

Horace J. Dickinson, consul 


Pennsylvania — 
Cuba 




AntUla (C) 




$4,400 


Camagttey (C) 


Lawrence S. Armstrong, consul 


New York 

Pennsylvania 

Utah .. 


4,800 


Clenfuegos (C) 


F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul. . 


4,300 




A. John Cope, Jr., vice consul 


2,500 


Sagua la Grande (CA)... 


Eugene E. Jova, consular agent 

Gerald G. Jones, vice consul . . . 


Cuba 




Nuevitas (C) 


South Dakota 

Michigan 

North Carolina. . 
Cuba 




Santiago de Cuba (C) 


Franklin Hawley, consul. . 


3,600 




Harry W. Story, vice consul 




Manzanlllo (CA) 


Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent 




CZECHOSLOVAKIA i 

Praha (E).... 


Laurence A. Steinhardt, appointed ambassador 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 

Rudolf E. Schoenfeld, counselor of embassy ' 

John H. Bruins, first secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attache 

Col. William McKee Dunn,< military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,< asst. military attache.... 
Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan,* asst. military attache. . 
MaJ.Robert L. Grosjean,* asst. military attache.... 
Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,< asst. military attache. 
Capt. Thor B. Ellingsen,* asst. military attache.. 
Capt. Edmond Kennedy,* asst. military attache 

for air. 
1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,* asst. military attache 

for air. 
Comdr. Julius Fleischmann, * asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,* asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edgar H. Clark,* asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Miss Susannah Mirick, vice consul 


New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

War Dept 

War Dept. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Massachusetts... 

New York.. 

Iowa 


17, 500 


(MA&NA) 


9,200 
6,200 
4,300 


(T) _ 






William Kubalek, vice consul .... 






Miss Zolita F. Kent,2 administrative assistant.... 





1 Government of Czechoslovakia established in England. 

2 Assigned also near the Governments of Norway and Poland established in England. 

' Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Yugoslavia 
established in England; resident in London. 

* Assigned also near the Governments of the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland established in England. 
629065—43 2 



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Post 



DENMARK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn)... 

Legation and Consulate Gen- 
eral at Copenhagen closed. 

(Greenland) 
Godthaab (C) 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 
Ciudad Trujillo (E) 



(MA &NA). 



(T) 



La Romana (CA). 



ECUADOR 



Quito (E). 



(MA& NA). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



Illinois. 



Ray Atherton, ' envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 



Gunnard Holm, vice consul Washington 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Ellis O. Briggs, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Robert Newbegin, first secretary; consul 

Andrew B. Wardlaw, third secretary; vice consul 
Harry Clinton Reed, third secretary; vice consul 
Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



Maine. 



tJuly 8, 1943 



July 13, 1944 



Mar. 21, 1944 



Salary 



Massacliusetts-.. 
South Carolina. .- 

Ohio 

Ohio 



Maj. Thomas D. Burns, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Charles Le Roy Youmans, military air 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Roger Willock, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Leland P. Johnston, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



War Dept- 
War Dept. 



Doc. 
Nov. 
JDec. 
July 



11, 1942 
13, 1944 
16, 1942 
9, 1943 



$10, 000 

4,400 
3,000 
2,750 



Osgood Hardy, attache 

Mark G. Santi, senior economic analyst. 
Maurice J. Broderick, economic analyst- 
Eugene J. Lleder, consular agent 



Robert M. Scotten, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

George P. Shaw, counselor of embassy 

Howard H. Tewksbury, commercial attache 

James W. Oantenbein, second secretary; consul.. 

Claude G. Ross, third secretary; vice consul 

Juan L. Gorrell, vice consul 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 

California... 
Texas 



July 27, 1944 
Sept. 30, 1943 

Mar. 13, 1944 

Oct. 12,1943 



Sept. 15, 1944 
Jan. 1, 1945 



New York July V, 1944 

New York Nov. 14,1922 



Michigan. 



California 

Massachusetts. . 

Oregon 

California 



Lt. Col. Charles L. Andrews, military attache... 
Maj. David C. Warwick, military air attache — 
Lt. Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Mb]. Vernet L. Gresham, Bsst. military attache... 
Lt. Walter Adamson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



John M. Beard, senior economic analyst -. 

Olaf Francis Sundt,^ petroleum attache 

Alvord L. Boeck, senior economic analyst 

Dominic de la Salandra, cultural-relations attache 

David A. Lines, economic analyst.. 

John D. McCullough, junior economic analyst.. 

Carl E. Moore, economic analyst 

Miss Norma Lemmon, junior economic analyst.. 
Philip G. Cottell, vice consul 



Illinois tJan. 



War Dept... 
War Dept.-. 
Navy Dept.. 



War Dept.. 
Navy Dept. 



North Carolina. . 

Texas 

Texas 

Pennsylvania. - 

New York 

New Jersey 

Michigan 

California 

Kentucky 



Mar. 


27, 1943 


Nov. 


4, 1944 


Oct. 


7, 1939 


Jan. 


25, 1943 


Dec. 


3, 1941 


tJan. 


29, 1944 


Feb. 


8, 1944 


Dec. 


14, 1944 



May 12,1944 

Mar. 26, 1943 
Aug. 2,1944 



May 

June 

Nov. 

June 

May 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Dec. 



20, 1944 
21, 1944 

8,1944 

5, 1944 
15, 1943 

1, 1942 
27, 1942 

3, 1944 
28, 1942 



1 Accredited also to Canada. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



ECUADOR-Contiiiued 
Guayaquil (CO).. 

(T) ..._ 

EGYPT 
Cairo (L) 



(MA ANA). 



(T). 



Alexandria (C) 

(T) 

Port Said (C) 

Suez (C) 

EL SALVADOR 

San Salvador (E). 



(MA & NA). 



Name and rank 



Joseph F. Burt, consul general 

Walter Smith, vice consul. 

Caspar D. Grcon, vice consuL-_ 

Francis Henry Colombat, vice consul. 



S. Pinkney Tuck, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Harold D. Robison, second secretary; consul 

Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 

Cecil B. Lyon, second secretary; consul 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; con- 
sul. 

Edward A. Dow, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 

David LeBreton, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 

Wendell S. Howard, vice consul.. 

David L. Gamon, vice consul 

Louis M. Denis, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Illinois 

Illinois 

Ohio 

California. 



New York. 



Utah 

New York. 
New York. 
Colorado... 



Date of as- 
signment 



Lt. Col. John W. Dregge, military attache 

Comdr. John T. Harding, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

1st Lt. John Brinton, asst. military attache 

Lt. Walter A. Page, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Harry R. Begley, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Ormand R. Bean, attache 

John H. Leavell, attache : 

Ralph B. Curren, civil air attache 

Emil A. Kekich, senior economic analyst. 

Franz von SchilHng, Jr., attache 

Gilbert E. Larsen, economic analyst 

Richard S. Leach, special assistant.. 

Walter L. Campbell, economic analyst.... 

John Francis Collon, vice consul 

Hooker A. Doolittle, consul general 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

Arthur W. Feldman, vice consul 

Ted McLean Hockaday, vice consul 

Oscar C. Holder, vice consul 



Nebraska 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Florida 

California 

Dist. Columbia.. 
New Jersey 



War Dept 

Navy Dept 



War Dept.. 

Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 



John F. Simmons, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 

Gerhard Gade, second secretary; consul... 

Overton O. Ellis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. . 
Robert E. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul... 
Joseph E. Maleady, vice consul 



Oregon 

Oklahoma 

New York 

New York.. 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Connecticut 

New York 

New York 

Rhode Island 

Massachusetts. 

Texas 

Louisiana 



New York. 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. John Ford Hardle, military air attache.. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 

Maj. Victor E. Rose, asst. military attache 

Capt. George Bragg Massey, asst. military attache. 



Illinois 

Washington 

Arizona 

Massachusetts. . 



JSept. 19, 1944 
June 8, 1942 
Oct. 31,1944 
June 19, 1944 



May 4, 1944 

Feb. 5, 1944 
Nov. 19,1943 
Oct. 6, 1944 
Dec. 4, 1944 

Oct. 20,1941 
Nov. 11, 1943 
Oct. 28, 1943 
IJune 21, 1944 
Oct. 13,1944 
July 8, 1944 

Jan. 14, 1944 
Mar. 10, 1943 

May 22, 1943 
Apr. 13,1944 

Oct. 30,1944 



Dec. 2, 1944 
Apr. 28,1944 
Dec. 23, 1944 
Oct. 21,1944 
Oct. 21,1944 
June 23,1944 
June 17, 1943 
Mar. 26, 1943 

INov. 28, 1944 
Apr. 28,1944 
June 12,1943 
Nov. 25, 1944 

tNov. 7, 1944 
May 19,1942 



War Dept.. 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 



Sept. 21, 1944 

June 4, 1940 
Aug. 2, 1937 
Nov. 4, 1944 
July 19,1934 

Jan. 15,1944 
Sept. 20, 1943 
Mar. 13,1943 

Sept. 8,1943 
Sept. 23, 1943 



15 



Salary 



$6, 000 
4, 000 
3,000 



10, 000 

6,000 
4,700 
4,600 
4,200 

3,500 
3,000 



7,200 



3,000 



10, 000 

4,900 
4,200 
4,000 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



EL SALVADOR— Continued 

San Salvador(E)— Continued. 
(MA & NA)— Continued. 



Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr.,asst. naval attach^ 

and asst. naval attachfe for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Qoodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache (or air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



(q>) _ _ H. Theodore Hoffman, economic analyst- 
Allan F. McLean, Jr., vice consul 



ESTONIA 

Legation at Tallinn closed. 

ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa (L) 



FINLAND 

Diplomatic relations with Fin- 
land severed June 30, 1944. 

FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS 



Ohio 

Delaware. 



(France) 



Paris (E). 



John K. Caldwell, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
William E. Cole, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 
Donald H. Nichols, vice consul 



Jefferson Caffery, ambassador extraordinary and 

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

general. 

Selden Chapin, counselor - 

Lester De Witt Mallory, agricultural attache. .. 
Gerald A. Drew, secretary; consul. 



Ohio- 



Pennsylvania . 

California 

California 



George M. Abbott, secretary: consul ---| Obio 

James E. Parks, secretary; consul.. 

Charles H. Ducote, asst. commercial attache... 

George W. Renchard, secretary; consul 

Tyler Thompson, secretary; consul.. 

Norris B. Chipman, secretary; consul 

Robert M. Taylor, secretary; consul.. 

Douglas MacArthur, 2d. secretary; vice consul. 
Ivan B. White, second secretary; vice consul.. 
Elim O'Shaughnessy, secretary; vice consul.... 

Boies C. Hart, Jr., secretary; vice consul 

Keeler Faus, secretary; vice consul 

John R. Wood, vice consul.. 

John G. Hrones, vice consul. 

Sabin J. Dalferes, vice consul 

Cyrus B, FoUmer, vice consul 

Leslie A. Weisenberg, vice consul 

Frank Cussans, vice consul.. -- 

Robert R. Cunningham, vice consul. -. 

Miss Agnes Schneider, vice consul 

Raymond A. Styles, vice consul 

Reinhard W. Lamprecht, vice consul- 

Jack Heck, vice consul - -- 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



Kentucky tOct. 7,1943 



Mar. 6,1942 
July 21,1942 
July 29,1942 
June 12,1943 



Dec. 7, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1942 



New York Oct. 30,1943 

New Mexico Nov. 29, 1943 



Louisiana JNov. 25,1944 



$10, 000 

4,000 



North Carolina.. 
Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

New York 

Dist. Columbia 
Washington — 
Dist. Columbia.. 

Oregon 

New York 

Connecticut — 

Georgia 

Florida 

Massachusetts. 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania. . 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania.. 

Georgia. 

Illinois.. 

Ohio 



Sept. 13, 1944 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
JDec. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



1, 1944 

27, 1944 

2, 1944 

13, 1944 

13, 1944 

29, 1944 

14, 1944 

15, 1944 

13, 1944 

20, 1944 

2, 1944 

25, 1944 

4, 1944 

1, 1944 

9, 1944 

29, 1944 

29, 1944 

26, 1944 

14, 1944 

18, 1944 

21, 1944 

1, 1944 

25, 1944 

21, 1944 

17, 1944 

4, 1944 



17, 500 

8,800 

8,000 
7,000 
6,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,600 
4,500 
4,400 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,000 
3,500 
2,500 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



17 



Post 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(France)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Continued. 

(T)-. ... 



Bordeaux (CO). 



Cherbourg (C). 
Marseille (C) . . 



(T) 

Nice(C) 

(T) 

(Posse seions) 
Algiers, Algeria (CO). 



fT). 



Name and rank 



Loren Carroll, press attache 

Sidney A. Mitchell, adviser on economic affairs. 

Henry R. Labouisse, Jr., adviser on economic 
affairs. 

Harold Frost Johnson, economic adviser. 

Charles J. Little, senior economic analyst 

Howard B. R alley, civil air attache 

Howard R. Cottam, agricultural economist 

Richard Eldridge, attache..,. 

Bertin E. Cassou, senior economic analyst 

Raymond F. Fernandez, senior economic analyst. 

Arthur P. Muelberger, senior economic analyst. . 

Rifat Tirana, senior economic analyst 

Turner C. Cameron, Jr., senior economic analyst. 

Harry A. Woodruff, .special assistant 

Lawrence B. Haley, economic analyst 

Courtlandt D iBarnes, Jr., senior economic analyst. 

Charles A. Page, asst. cultural-relations attache.. 

William S. Patten, economic analyst. 

E. Allen Fidel, junior economic analyst 

Lawrence D. Lafore, asst. information officer 

Miss Margaret M. Otis, asst. information officer. | 
William Keith Hafer, administrative assistant... 

Weston A. Hall, vice consul 

Lucien Joseph Valleo, vice consul 

Gordon J. Wright, vice consul 

Ralph Luke Graham, administrative assistant... 

Harold L. Williamson, consul general 

Raymond A. Styles, vice consul 

Carlton Hurst, consul... 

Herve J. L'Heureux, consul general 

Lee D. Randall, vice consul 

Edward S. Parker, vice consul.. 

John H. Boyd, special assistant 

Miss Ruth J. Torrance, vice consul.. ._ 

Hartwell Johnson, consul. 

Charles B. Beylard, vice consul 

Roger S. Abbott, economic analyst.. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Illinois 

New York. 
Kentucky.. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Brazzaville, French Equa- 
torial Africa (CO). 

(T) : 



Edward P. Lawton, consul general... 

Heyward O. Hill, consul 

Reginald P. Mitchell, consul. 

Miss Kathleen Molesworth, vice consul 

Stuart W. Rockwell, secretary; vice consul. 

Joseph F. Walker, vice consul 

Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul 

Edwin L. Smith, vice consul 

Francis A. O'Connell, economic analyst 

Robert D. Ross, economic analyst 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul 

Albert W. Scott, consul 



Kentucky. 

New York 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania 

Texas 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Dist. Columbia.. 

New Jersey 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Alabama 

New York 

Alabama 

Dist. Columbia.. 

New York. 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Wyoming 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Te.xas 

Massachusetts... 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Georgia 

Dist. Columbia.. 
New Hampshire - 

Illinois 

South Carolina .. 

Mississippi. 

Wisconsin 

South Carolina.. 

Pennsylvania 

California ., 



Sept. 1,1944 
Sept. 26, 1944 
Nov. 17, 1944 



Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 



1, 1944 
5, 1944 
18, 1944 
21, 1944 
7, 1944 
6. 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 
6,1944 
5, 1944 
1,1944 
6, 1944 



Jack Marvin Perlman.'vice consul New York 



Georgia 

Louisiana 

Florida 

Texas ... 

Pennsylvania... 

Illinois _. 

Washington 

Arkansas 

California 

Illinois... 

Pennsylvania 

Missouri 



Nov. 27, 1944 
Nov. 29, 1944 
Nov. 20, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1944 
Nov. 8, 1944 
Dec. 30,1944 
Nov. 18, 1944 
Oct. 21,1944 
Nov. 8, 1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Nov. 23, 1944 
Nov. 11, 1944 
Sept. 22, 1944 
Oct. 28,1944 

tDec. 29,1944 
Sept. 26, 1944 
Oct. 3, 1944 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Oct. 17,1944 

tDec. 29,1944 
Doc. 12,1944 
Nov. 10, 1944 



tOct. 
tDec. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
tJan. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Nov. 



3, 1944 

30. 1943 

16. 1944 
5, 1944 

18, 1944 

8, 1944 
23, 1944 

5, 1944 
10, 1944 

2, 1944 
16, 1944 
18, 1943 



Salary 



$7, 600 



4,400 
5.100 
3,000 



4,000 



6,200 
4.600 
4,200 
4,000 
3,000 



5,100 



Feb. 5, 1944 



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Post 



Name and rank 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(Possessions)— Continued 

Dakar, French West Africa.. 
(CO). 
(T) - 

Martinique, French West 

Indies (0). 

(T) 

Noumea, New Caledonia (C). 

(T) 

Gran, Algeria (C) 

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

(T) 

Tunis, Tunisia (C) 

(T) 



GERMANY 

State of war declared by 
Germany Dec. 11, 1941. 

For oflacgrs on duty in special 
office see p. 49. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTBERN IRELAND, 
AND INDIA 

London (E) 



James R. Wilkinson, consul general 

Armistead M. Lee, vice consul 

Christian Hans Nelson, senior economic analyst.. 

Donald L. Woolf, vice consul.. 

James L. O'Sullivan, vice consul 

William H.Christensen,' vice consul 

William C. Pueh, vice consul 

Edmund Osborne Barker „vice consul 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul 

David K. Newman, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul 

Richard M. de Lambert, consul 

Scudder Mersman, vice consul 

Clifton R. Wharton, consul 

Stuart B. Martin, vice consul 

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

L. Pittman Springs, vice consul 

Laurence L. Davis, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Wisconsin 

Virginia. 

New Jersey 

California 

Connecticut 

South Dakota... 

Georgia 

Nebraska.. 

New Jersey 

Missouri... 

South Carolina.. 

New Mexico 

Missouri 

Massachusetts.. 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania.. - 
Dist. Columbia. 
Ohio 



Date of as- 
signment 



tDec. 

Aug. 

Dec. 
tDec. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Nov. 
tJune 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

June 

June 

Jan. 



John G. Winant, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Waldemar J. Gallman, counselor of embassy 

Loyd V. Steere, agricultural attachfe — 

Don C. Bliss, Jr., commercial attach^ 

Harry C. Hawkins, economic counselor 

Raymond A. Hare, first secretary; consul.. 

Carlos J. Warner, second secretary; consul.. 

Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr., second secretary; 

consul. 

Winfield H. Scott, second secretary; consul 

Dorsey Gassaway Fisher, second secretary; consul. 

Robert D. Coe, second secretary; consul 

John M. Allison, second secretary; consul. 

Henry E. Stebbins, second secretary; consul 

Avery F. Peterson, second secretary; consul. 

John F. Stone, second secretary; consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attache 

Mulford A. Colebrook, second secretary; consul. 

Fred K. Salter, second secretary; vice consul 

Stephen C. Brown, second secretary; vice consul. 

John Ordway, second secretary; vice consul 

Herbert P. Fales, second secretary ; vice consul 



New Hampshire. 



New York.. 
California.. 
Mississippi. 

Virginia 

Iowa 

Ohio. 

Colorado... 



29, 1944 
30, 1943 

18. 1943 
7, 1944 

10. 1944 
10, 1944 

4, 1944 
3, 1943 
25, 1944 

9. 1943 

3. 1944 

19. 1941 
10, 1922 

7, 1942 

17. 1942 

17. 1943 
13, 1935 

11. 1944 



Salary 



Dist. Columbia.. 

Maryland 

Wyoming 

Nebraska 

Massachusetts... 

Idaho 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Georgia 

Virginia 

Dist. Columbia.. 
California 



Feb. 11,1941 

tJan. 7, 1944 
June 28,1939 

tApr. 15,1943 
Sept. 12, 1944 
July 29,1944 
Sept. 30, 1943 
Sept. 20, 1944 



June 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Sept. 
tDec. 

Mar. 

Dec. 
tJuly 
tMar. 

July 

Dec. 

Mar, 

Oct. 



14, 1943 

17. 1941 
2, 1941 

15. 1942 

9. 1941 

17. 1942 

14. 1943 

25. 1944 

9. 1942 
19, 1941 
22, 1941 
10, 1941 

6, 1944 



'Assigned also to Antigua and Curacao; resident in Antigua. ^ , ^ xt t.,,i«„^ or,H v,i<Tn 

= Assigned also to Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands. Norway, Poland, and l:ugo- 
slavia established in England; resident in London. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



19 



Post 



Name and rank 



GBEAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 
CoDtinned 

London (E)— Continued 



(MA & NA). 



(T) 



LamptoD Berry, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert P. Chalker, third secretary; vice consul... 
Donald B. Calder, third secretary; vice consul... 
Richard A. Johnson, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Irven M. Eitreim, third secretary; vice consul 

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

John J. Coyle, vice consul 

Herbert W. Carlson, vice consul 

John F. Clafley, vice consul 

Lee Murray, attachfi 

Charles M. Rice, Jr., vice consul. 

Leonidas M. Paiker, attache 

John G. Riddick, vice consul 

Cleveland B. McKoight, vice consul 



Brig. Gen. Richard G. Tindall, military attache 

Col. Milton M. Turner, military air attach^ 

Rear Admiral George B. Wilson, naval attache... 

Capt. Wendell F. Kline, naval attache for air'... 

Col. Bernard B. McMahon, asst. military attache. 

Col. Frank F. Reed, asst. military attachfi 

Col. Marion Van Voorst , asst. military attache 

Col. Robert A. Turner, asst. military attachfe 

Col. Carnes B. Lee, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. John W. Fasten, asst. military attache.. 

Lt. Col. Jack William Votion, asst. military 
attache. 

Lt. Col. Eiram M. Stout, asst military attache.. 

Maj. Alfred G. Boyd, asst. military attache 

Maj. Nicholas D. N. Harvey, asst. military at- 
tache. 

Maj. Angus Van Rutledge, asst. military attache. 

Maj. Sarah H. Bowditch, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Florence H. Jepson, asFt. military attache.. 

2d Lt. Neal B. Hardy, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. John T. McCall, asst. military air 
attache. 

Lt. Col. James Averell Clark, Jr., asst. military 
air attache. 

Maj. Freeman F. Bates, asst. military air attache.. 

Maj. Fred H. Gowen, asst. military air attache... 

Capt. Tully Shelley, asst. naval attache 

Lt. Writner Eostetter, asst. naval attache 



Clarence E. Meyer, attache.. 

E. F. Penrose, special assistant 

Howard C. Bugbee, attache 

Fred Taylor, agricultural commissioner 

Smith Davison Turner, attache 

Donald L. Wright, attache.. 

Covey T. Oliver, special assistant 

Herbert N. Higgins, senior economic analyst. 

< Also assistant naval attache at London. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Mississippi 

Florida.. 

New York 

Illinois 

South Dakota-. 

Te.xas 

New York 

Massachusetts.. 

Cennecticut 

Maryland 

Virginia 

South Carolina. . 
South Carolina.. 
Georgia 

War Dept 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

New York 

California 

Virginia 

South Carolina.. 

New York , 

New Jersey , 

Texas 

New York 



Date of as- 
signment 



May 

Mar. 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

June 
lOct. 
tOct. 
tDec. 
tSept. 

Dec. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
July 
Feb. 
Feb. 
May 
June 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Dec. 



31, 1944 

11, 1944 
2,1941 
2,1941 

28, 1944 
7, 1944 

17, 1933 

17. 1942 
24, 1939 
6, 1944 

6, 1943 
11, 1944 

4, 1943 
29, 1944 

15,1944 

16. 1943 
3, 1943 

29. 1944 

13. 1942 
6,1943 

31. 1943 
1, 1943 

11, 1943 
6, 1942 
14, 1942 



Apr. 15,1943 

Mar. 18,1943 
Aug. 28,1943 

Feb. 8, 1944 
Mar, 9,1944 
Mar. 28, 1944 
Dec. 8, 1944 
Feb. 4, 1944 

Dec. 7, 1944 

tSept. 20, 1943 
Feb. 2, 1944 
Jan. 13,1944 
July 3, 1942 

Aug. 7, 1943 
Sept. 8,1941 
Oct. 2, 1944 
Oct. 20, 1944 
May 22,1943 
Aug. 7, 1943 
Oct. 6, 1944 
Dec. 20,1944 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 
Continued 

London (E)— Continued. 
(T)— Continued. 



Belfast, Northern Ireland 
(CO). 
(T) — - 



Birmingham, England (C).. 

(T)- 

Bradford, England (C) 

Bristol. England (C) 

(T)...- -.- 

Cardiff, Wales (C) 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C)... . 



Glasgow, Scotland (C). 



Hull, England (C) 

Liverpool, England (C). 



(T). 



Manchester, England (C) 

(T) 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 
(C). 

Plymouth, England (C) 

Southampton, England (C).. 



(Europe) 



Gibraltar (C). 
Malta (C) ».., 



Name and rank 



Miss Ruth Beatrice Russell, economic analyst --. 

Albert H. Robbins, senior economic analyst 

Miss Ethel M. Johnson, special assistant — 

Willard 0. Brown, agricultural economist 

Samuel Gardner Welles, attach^ — ■ 

Mrs. Edith Tllton Denhardt, special assistant... 
Archie M. Andrews, Jr., junior economic analyst 

George B. Cooper, 2d, vice consul 

Miss Norah Alsterlund, administrative assistant 
Miss Mary Ann Pardue, junior press-relations 

oflQcer. 
William Joseph Ford, vice consul 



(India) 



New Delhi (M). 



Quincy F. Roberts, consul 

Casimir T. Zawadski,' vice consul 

William Francis Ayer. vice consul 

Miss Imogene E. Ellis, vice consul 

Samuel Sokobin, consul.. — 

Samuel E. Boaz, vice consul 

Joseph G. Groeninger, consul 

Roy W. Baker, consul .• 

Charles B. Wheeler, 2d, vice consul 

Sheridan Talbott, consul 

Charles Roy Nasmith, consul 

Julian K. Smedberg, vice consul 

Hugh H. Watson, consul general 

Richard S. Huestis, consul... 

Charles James Kolinski, vice consul — 

John A. Embry, consul 

Henry O. Ramsey, vice consul 

C. Porter Kuykendall, consul general.. 

Hugh Watson, vice consul 

George P. H. Rector, vice consui 

George Alexander Armstrong, consul... 
Henry Testman Anderson, vice consul. 
Charles H. Heisler, consul 



Fred H. Houck, vice consul — 
F. Willard Calder, vice consul. 



C. Paul Fletcher, consul. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



California 

Illinois 

New Hampshire. 

Texas 

New Jersey 

California. 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania... 

Illinois 

Tennessee 



Date of as- 
signment 



New Hampshire. 



July 

Oct. 

July 

June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Nov. 



12, 1944 

23. 1942 
1, 1944 

2. 1942 

6. 1943 
8, 1941 

25. 1943 

1. 1944 

20. 1944 
3, 1943 



Salary 



tSept. 19, 1944 



Texas 

New York 

Pennsylvania. 
Washington... 
New Jersey... 

Tennessee 

Maryland 

New York 

New York 

Kentucky 

New York 

New York 

Vermont 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Florida... 

South Dakota — 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Virginia.... 

New York. 

Connecticut 

Delaware 



Dist. Columbia.. 
New York 



Sept. 
May 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
June 
Feb. 
Apr. 
July 
tMar. 
May 
Aug. 
Aug. 
June 
Feb. 



4. 1942 

14. 1942 
25, 1944 
17, 1944 
29, 1944 
27, 1944 

6. 1941 
8, 1931 
2,1944 

8. 1943 
23, 1935 
10, 1938 

6. 1942 

10. 1943 

24. 1943 

5. 1944 
3, 1944 

16. 1944 
18. 1923 
12, 1944 

29. 1941 
24, 1944 

17. 1942 



Tennessee. 



George R. Merrell, secretary 

Clayton Lane, secretary • 

Sheldon T. Mills, secretary 

Glenn A. Abbey, secretary.. 

James P. Speer, 2d,3 secretary 

(T) Robert M. Bruns,^ attach6_ 

1 Temporarily detailed to London for duty with stafl of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 

3 Not functioning. 

» Assigned also to Calcutta; resident in New Delhi. 



Missouri 

California 

Oregon 

Wisconsin... 

Oklahoma I Sept. 15,1943 

Indiana | Apr. 17,1944 



June 13,1935 
Mar. 25, 1944 



Mar. 13, 1944 



$7,000 



Mar. 24. 1942 
Apr. 26,1943 
Aug. 19,1943 
Mar. 31, 1944 



7,200 



4,900 
4,800 



4,000 
6,200 



7,900 
4,300 



4,900 
6,900 

4,600 
5,100 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



21 



Post 



GREAT BRITAIN, Etc- 
ContiDued 

(I ndia) — Continued 

Bombay (C) _ 



Calcutta (CO). 



(T)..... 
Karachi (C) 



Madras (C). 
(T) 



(Other Asia) 

Consular ofl5ces In enemy- 
occupied possessions closed. 

Aden, Arabia (C) 

(T)._. 

Colombo, Ceylon (C) 



(T). 



(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West Af- 
rica (C). 

(T) 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 
(CO). 
(T).. 



Freetown, Sierra Leone 
(CA). 
Mombasa, Kenya, East 

Africa (C).3 
Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 
(CO). 



Name and rank 



Howard Donovan," consul 

George D. LaMont, consul 

Ray L. Thurston, vice consul 

Charles O. Thompson, vice consul. 

Joseph J. Wagner, vice consul 

Charles W. Adair, Jr.,' vice consul. 

Myrl S. Myers, consul general 

Samuel J. Fletcher, consul 

Charles E. Brookhart, consul 

Kenneth J. Yearns, consul 

Elvin Seibert, consul 

Philip H. Bagby, vice consul 

Alden M. Haupt, vice consul 

James P. Speer, 2d,2 vice consul 

Robert M. Bruns,2 vice consul 

Dallas M. Coors, vice consul 

Clarence E. Macy, consul 

Jay Dixon Edwards, vice consul _.. 
Philip M. Davenport, vice consul.. 

Joseph S. Sparks, vice consul 

Roy E. B. Bower, consul. 

Miss Louise Schaffner, vice consul.. 



Harlan B. Clark, consul 

Robert A. Stein, vice consul 

Robert L. Buell, consul 

Max Waldo Bishop, consul 

Richard D. Gatewood, vice consul.. 

Alfred W. Wells, vice consul 

Edwin Perry Dyer, Jr., vice consul. 
Richard W. Carlson, vice consul 



Thomas A. Hickok, consul 

Paul F. Du Vivier, vice consul. 

Earle J. Richey, vice consul 

Andrew G. Lynch, consul 



Harry F. Hemmerich, vice consul 

George A. Hays, vice consul 

William H. Bruns, vice consul 

Christian K. Nielsen, consular agent. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Illinois 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Alaska... 

New York 

Ohio... 

Pennsylvania. 

Maine 

Iowa 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Oklahoma 

Indiana 

New York 

Colorado 

Oregon 

Maryland 

California 

California 

New York 



Ohio 

New Jersey 

New York 

Iowa 

New York 

New York 

Rhode Island.. 
Ohio 



New York 

New York 

Pennsylvania. 
New York 



Joseph I. Touchette, consul. 

George F. Bogardus, vice consul 

Willard Quincy Stanton, consul... 

Joseph Palmer, 2d , vice consul 

' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

» Assigned also to and resident in New Delhi. 

3 Functions under supervision of consulate general at Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 



New York 

Pennsylvania... 
Dist. Columbia.. 
New York 



Massachusetts... 

Iowa 

Montana 

Massachusetts . . . 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

June 

Dec. 

Apr. 

July 

Apr. 

Aug. 

May 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Apr. 

June 

June 

July 

June 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



7, 1939 

3,1944 

20, 1941 

22, 1943 

2. 1941 

27. 1941 
1,1944 
5, 1943 

24, 1943 

30. 1943 

25. 1944 
4, 1943 

18, 1943 

15. 1943 

17. 1944 
29, 1944 
10, 1936 

24. 1943 

20. 1942 
21, 1^4 

7. 1942 

12. 1944 



July 12,1944 


4,000 


Oct. 25,1943 




Mar. 24, 1943 


4,900 


Apr. 27,1944 


4,500 


Mar. 23, 1944 


4,000 


May 9, 1944 




July 17,1944 




Oct. 25,1943 




Jan. 13,1944 


4,700 


July 7, 1944 


2,500 


Sept. 2,1943 




Nov. 7,1942 


4,000 


Feb. 25,1944 




Oct. 25,1944 




Feb. 20,1943 




Oct. 29,1940 




Nov. 6,1943 


4,500 


Feb. 11,1944 


3,000 


Oct. 10,1941 


4,700 


June 2,1941 


3,500 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 



G15EAT BKITAIN, Etc.— 
Continued 

(Fiji Islands) 

Suva, Fiji Islands (C) 

(Newfoundland) 
St. John's (CO) 



Name and rank 



(Oilier America) 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, 
British West Indies (C). 

Barbados, n. W. I. (C) 

Belize, British Honduras (C). 
Georgetown, British Guiana 
(C)(T). 

Grenada, B. W. I. (C) 

Hamilton, Bermuda ^CG)--. 

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



Thomas S. Horn 



. consul. - Missouri 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



July 13,1943 



George D. Hopper, consul general - Kentucky 



Robert J. Cavanaugh, vice consul. 
Lubert O. SanderhofE, vice consul. 
Verne G. Staten, vice consul 



William H. Christensen,i vice consul. 



Illinois - 
Califo^nia- 
Dlinois 



South Dakota. 



Salary 



$4, 900 



June 19,1941 8,200 

Aug. 11, 1944 3. 000 

Sept. 24, 1943 | 2, 750 
Sept. 22, 194'/ 



Dec. 6, 1943 



(T) 



^1^. 

Nassau, N. P., Bahamas (C) 

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

GREECE 

Athens (AthenaO (E) 



Samuel R. Thompson, consul 

Culver Gidden, vice consul p^^^^'h 

Albert A. Rabida, vice consul Colorado 

R. John Bay, vice consul 

Charles H. Whitaker, vice consul 

William H. Beck, consul general 

Basil F. Macgowan, vice consul 

John H. Lord, consul - - 

George F. Kelly, vice consul -- 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 

Paul Blanshard, senior economic analyst 

John H. E. McAndrews, vice consul 

Raymond E. Kolb, vice consul .- 

Claude H. Hall, Jr., consul 

Courtland Christiani, vice consul 



California -j May 

tJuly 



Michigan 

Massachusetts — 
Dist. Columbia. - 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts- -. 
Massachusetts. -- 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
tApr. 



Wisconsin | Apr. 

Oct. 
Aug. 
Sept 
Mar 
Dec. 



New York 

Minnesota 

Maryland 

Maryland 

Dist. Columbia.. 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Lincoln MacVeagh, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Christian T. Steger, counselor of embassy; consul 

Karl L. Rankin, commercial attache 

William M. Gwynn,^ consul general 

Walworth Barbour, second secretary; vice consul 
Daniel Gaudin, Jr., second secretary; consul.^-- 
William WHtman, 2d, asst. commercial attache.. 
Leonard J. Cromie, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Bartley P. Gordon, third secretary; vice consul... 
Oliver M. Marcy, third secretary; vice consul. ..- 
Lt Col. Sterling L. Larrabee, military attache.. 
Lt^ Comdr. Thomas D. Spencer, naval attache 
and naval attache for air. 
1 Capt. William H. McNeill, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Frank E. Bailey, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Ralph E. Kent. asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edwin H. Griffith, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. John S. Laughlin, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attache for air. 

Henry Albert Hill, special assistant 

Arthur W. Parsons, special assistant 

Robert D. Heath, vice consul... 

Malcolm P. Hallam, vice consul 



Connecticut. 



31, 1944 
11, 1932 

18. 1943 

25. 1944 
7, 1944 

22, 1939 

8, 1944 

21, 1941 

1,1925 

10, 1944 

8, 1942 

24, 1939 

. 30, 1944 

. 4,1937 

6, 1944 



6,200 



3,500 
7, 900 

5,30n 



4,700 



Nov. 12, 1943 17, 500 



Virginia Nov. 

Maine Oct. 

California Dec. 

M assachusetts . . . | tO ct . 



Pennsylvania- 
Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts. - - 
Massachusetts. -- 

W'ar Dept 

Navy Dept 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

May 



27, 1944 
21, 1944 
29, 1944 
21, 1944 
27, 1944 
28, 1944 
21, 1944 

7, 1944 

, 25, 1944 

10, 1944 

20, 1944 



8, 200 
7, 400 
6,000 
4, 500 
4,500 
4, 000 
3. 000 
3.000 
2,750 



War Dept Feb. 25,1944 

Navy Dept Sept. 19,1944 

Sept. 19, 1944 

Sept. 19, 1944 

Nov. 18, 1944 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 
Navy Dept- 



NewYork- - Oct. 13,1943 

California Uoct. 21,1944 

California Nov. 22,1944 

South Dakota----! Nov. 25,1944 



! Assigned also to Curacao and Martinique; resident in Antigua. 
2 Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



23 



Post 



G REECE— ContiDued 

Salonika (Thessalonike)' (C) 

GUATEMALA 
Guatemala (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(CO) 
(T).. 



HAITI 



Port-au-Prince (E). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



George M. 'Widnej-, vice consul. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Alabama. 



Boaz Long, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- New Mexico. 

potentiary. 

Robert F. Woodward, second secretary.. Minnesota_. 

Archibald R. Randolph, acting commercial Virginia. 

attache. 

William C. Affeld, Jr., second secretary Minnesota. 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. John Ford Hardie, military air attache.. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Ooodin, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Thomas H. Robinson, consul New Jersey. 

Chester H. Kimrey. vice consul Oklahoma.. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept.. 



John A. Ray, special assistant 

Robert S. Chamberlain, cultural-relations attache. 

W. Charles Bridgett, special assistant 

Norman C. Stines, senior economic analyst 

Leroy Q. Denman, Jr., special assistant 

James H. Webb, Jr., vice consul.. 



Orme Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and New York. 

plenipotentiary. 

Wainwright Abbott, consul general; first secretary. Pennsylvania. . 

Archibald E. Gray, second secretary; consul. Pennsylvania 

Robert S. Folsom, third secretary; vice consul.... Massachusetts. .. 



Texas 

Virginia 

New York. 
California.- 
Texas 



Maj. John L. Peterson, military attache 

Lt. Col. Charies Le Roy Youmans, military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Francis E. Taylor, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Capt. Eddie Karl Gustav Borjesson, asst. 

military attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Bryan D. Sheedy, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Edward Livingston Tanner, agricultural attache. 

Horace D. Ash ton, cultural-relations attache 

-4.1den J. Hiern, senior economic analyst 

Cabot Sedgwick, vice consul 

Thomas J. Griffin, vice consul 



War Dept. 
War Dept. 



Cap Haitien (CA) Robert Leslie Pettigrew, consular agent 

Gonalves (CA) | j. William Wo6I, consular agent. 

' Not yet open to the public. 



Navy Dept. 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Texas 

Virginia __ 

Louisiana 

Arizona 

Massachusetts. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Virginia Apr. 1,1943 



Nov. 18, 1944 



Mar. 27, 1S43 

Aug. 2, 1944 
June 19,1942 

{Feb. 6, 1943 

Jan. 15, 1944 
Sept. 20, 1943 
Mar. 13, 1943 

Sept. 8,1943 
Mar. 6, 1942 

July 21,1942 

July 29,1942 

June 12,1943 



May 8, 1943 

tJuly 10,1931 

Oct. 3, 1942 

Oct. 18,1941 

tDec. 23,1942 

Nov. 15, 1944 

July 1,1942 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Apr. 13, 1944 
Apr. 13, 1944 
Aug. 15,1941 

Aug. 29, 1944 
Sept. 30, 1943 

Aug. 28, 1043 

Sept. 9,1942 

Dec. 22,1942 



Montana 

Massachusetts. 



Jan. 
tOct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
May 



1, 1945 

11. 1943 

16. 1944 
14, 1943 

1.1944 



Oct. 17,1938 
Sept. 8,1899 



Salary 



$I0,0C0 

4,600 
4,200 

4,100 



5,300 



10, 000 

7.200 
5.000 
3,000 



24 



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Post 



Name and rank 



HONDURAS 
Tegucigalpa (E) 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



(MA&NA). 



John D. Erwin, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

John B. Faust, second secretary; consul - 

Roswell C. Beverstock, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
Ralph N. Clough, third secretary; vice consul.... 

Col Fred T. Cruse, military attache. 

Lt Col John Ford Hardie, military air attache. . 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Nathan A. Brown, asst. military attache. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache. - 

Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Qoodin, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache (or air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. lAlbert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Tennessee- 



South Carolina. 
California 



(T). 



LaCeiba(C) 

(T)^ 

Puerto Cortes (C). 

(T) 

Tela (C A) 



HUNGARY 

Diplomatic relations with 
Hungary severed Dec. 11, 
1941; state of war declared 
by Hungary Dec. 13, 1941. 

ICELAND 
Keykjavik (L) 



IRAN 



Tehran (E). 



(MA). 



Washington. 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



War Dept. . 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



tMar. 27, 1943 

July 16,1942 
Oct. 25,1943 

Mar. 18, 1942 

Jan. 15, 1944 
{Sept. 20, 1943 
Mar. 13, 1943 

Jan. 18,1944 
Sept. 8,1943 
Mar. 6,1942 



$10, 000 

4,700 
4,100 

3,000 



Navy Dept July 21,1942 

Navy Dept July 29.1942 

Navy Dept June 12, 1943 



WUliam L. McGinness, Jr., special assistant. 
Albert K. Ludy, Jr., junior economic analyst. 

Ernest V. Siracusa, vice consul 

William Walker Richards, vice consul 

Francis C . Jordan, vice consul 

Vincent D. Williams, vice consul. 

Willis E. Walton, consular agent 



California 

Arizona.. 

California 

Virginia 

North Carolina. 
Dist. Columbia. 
Honduras .- 



Aug. 15,1942 
Aug. 25,1943 
Mar. 25, 1943 
June 21,1944 
Dec. 9, 1943 
Oct. 27,1944 
Sept. 1,1943 



3,000 



3,600 



Louis Q. Dreyfus, Jr.. envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Benjamin M. Hulley, second secretary; consul... 
Francis L. Spalduig, second secretary; consul.. 
Arnlioth O. Heltberg, vice consul 



Leland B. Morris, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Richard Ford, first secretary (consul) ---- 

James Somerville, commercial attache.. --- 

M. Williams Blake, second secretary (vice consul) 
John D. Jernegan, second secretary (vice consul) 
C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., third secretary (vice 

consul). 
John A. Calhoun, third secretary (vice consul) .. 



California Mar. 21,1944 



Massachusetts .. 
California 



Pennsylvania. . . 



Florida 1 Feb. 12,1944 

Feb. 12,1944 
Sept. 4,1941 

Mar. 21, 1944 

Sept. 29, 1943 
Feb. 15,1944 
{May 1, 1944 
tMay 1, 1944 
Dec. 24,1941 



Oklahoma.. 
Mississippi. 

Ohio. 

California.. 
New York. 



California. 



Col. Joseph K. Baker, military attache 

Maj Carl F. Garver,» military air attach^ 

Maj! Edward S. Kennedy, asst. military attache. 
Maj. Robert B. RIgg. asst. military attache 



Sept. 5,1942 

War Dept Jan. 5,1943 

War Dept Aug. 12,1944 

War Dept Oct. 29,1941 

War Dept 1 Dec. 28,1942 



I Assigned also to Baghdad; resident in Tehran. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



IRAN— Continued 

Tehran(E)— Continued. 

(C) 



(T). 



Tabriz (C). 



IRAQ 



-Baghdad (L). 



Richard Ford, consul (first secretary) 

John D. Jernegan, vice consul (second secretary). 
M. Williams Blake, vice consul (second secretary).. 
C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., vice consul (third 

secretary) . 
John A. Calhoun, vice consul (third secretary).. 

T. Cuyler Young, press attache 

Harry P. Packard, attache 

Randall S. Williams, Jr., attache.. 

Robert B. Moody, vice consul 

Samuel O. Ebling, consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Oklahoma. 
California.. 

Ohio 

New York. 



(MA). 



Basra (C). 
(T)... 



IRELAND (filRE) 



Loy W. Henderson, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
William D. Moreland, Jr., second secretary; consul. 
Robert B. Memminger, second secretary; consul. 
Walter W. Birge, Jr., third secretary; vice consul." 

Donald C. Bergus, vice consul 

Col. Paul H. M. Converse, military attache 

Maj. Carl F. Garver,i military air attache _. 

1st Lt. Archibald B. Roosevelt, Jr., asst. military 

attache, 

F. Lester Sutton, vice consul 

Gus G. Stratton, vice consul 



Sept. 29, 1943 
July 24, 1943 
Nov. 8, 1943 
Dec. 24,1941 

California Sept. 5,1942 

Dist. Columbia.. Nov. 28, 1944 

Missouri May 31, 1944 

Virginia Nov. 22, 1944 

California Sept. 6,1944 

Ohio Sept. 29,1943 



Date of as- 
signment 



Colorado. 



Dublin (Balls Atha Cllath) 
(L). 



(MA). 



Oregon , 

South Carolina. 

New York 

Indiana 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 



New Jersey. 
New York.. 



Florida. 



July 8, 1943 

Oct. 11, 1943 
Nov. 27, 1944 

Dec. 7, 1943 

tJune 17,1944 

Feb. 2, 1944 

Aug. 12,1944 

July 7,1944 

Nov. 11,1943 
Oct. 18, 1943 



Feb. 16,1940 



(CO). 



(T) 

Galway (CA). 
Cork (C) 



Virginia May 29,1939 

Pennsjlvania — Aug. 15,1944 

Michigan JAug. 21,1944 

War Dept Dec. 23,1942 

War Dept.. Apr. 14,1943 

Virginia May 29,1939 

California Nov. 8,1940 

Pennsylvania July 19,1941 

Texas Oct. 16,1944 

Ireland.... May 4,1901 

California Sept. 14,1938 

Missouri July 19,1941 

DIst. Columbia.. Feb. 27,1943 



Salary 



$7, 200 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 

3,000 



6.200 



10. 000 

4,200 
4,000 
3,000 



3,000 



10, 00( 

6,00( 
4,30( 
4,00( 



6,00t 



David Gray, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Francis H. Styles, first secretary (consul)... 

Livingston Satterthwaite.s civil air attache 

Aaron S. Brown, second secretary 

Lt. Col. James L. Hathaway, military attache 

Lt. Col. George E. Sprague, asst. military 
attache for air. 

Francis H. Styles, consul (first secretary) 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul 

Charles M. Gerrity, vice consul 

Sanford Menter, vice consul.. 

Robert A. Tennant, consular agent 

William A. Smale, consul 

I Francis A. Lane, vice consul. 

l-oynes (T)_ Franklin C. Shoemaker, vice consul 

ITALY 

State of war declared by Italy 

Dec. 11, 1941. 
Armistice with Italy efTective 

Sept. 8, 1943. 

Florence (Firenze) (C) 1 Walter W. Orebaugh, consul I Kansas... 

I Frank C. Niccoll, vice consul | Colorado. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Tehran. 

'^''lf!'^^,,f'°^°'^^^^^^ Netherlands. Norway," Poland and Yugo- 

slavia estabtehed m England; resident in London. <iy, ruidiiu, ana lugo- 



5,300 



Oct. 28,1944 
Nov. 15,1944 



4,200 



26 



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Post 



ITALY— Continued 



Naples (Napoli) (CG). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



Palermo (C). 



(T) 

Rome (Roma) (C). 



(T). 



For officers on duty in special 
offices at Naples and Rome, 
see p. 50. 

JAPANESE EMPIRE 

State of war declared by 
Japan Dec. 7, 1941 (U. S. 
time). 

LATVIA 

Legation at Riga closed. 



George L. Brandt, consul general 

Knowlton V. Hicks, consul . 

Fred W. Jandrey, consul 

J. Kittredge Vinson, vice consul 

William L. Blue, vice consul 

Peter Constan, vice consul 

Erich W. A. Hoffmann, vice consul 

Frank G. Mitchell, vice consul 

Harold M. Granata, vice consul 

Franklin H. Murrell, vice consul 

Miss Darthea Speyer, vice consul -.. 

Charles H. Rapp, vice consul 

Alfred T. Nester, consul general 

William L. Peck, consul 

Robert McDonald Sheehan, vice consul . 

Bruce W. Forbes, vice consul 

H. Coit MacLean.i consul general 

Lester L. Schnare,' consul general 

John F. Huddlcston, consul 

Ernest E. Evans,' consul 

Byron B. Snyder, vice consul 

Victor H . Lof tus, • vice consul 

John Clarke Adams, attache 

William H. Ziegler,^ vice consul 

William C. Barrett,^ vice consul.-- 

Emile Bagnoli, economic analyst 

Richard R. Leonard, economic analyst.- 
Miss Edelen Fogarty, economic analyst. 
Frederick P. Mascioli, vice consul 



LEBANON 

Beirut (L) 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Dist. Columbia 

Nevi' York 

Wisconsin 

Texas 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts. . 

Wisconsin 

Michigan 

New York 

Florida 

Pennsylvania. . 
Pennsylvania.. 

New York 

Connecticut — 
Dist. Columbia 

New York 

Virginia 

Georgia 

Ohio 

New York 

California 

Massachusetts... 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

New York 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Dist. Columbia- - 
Dist. Columbia.. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
June 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
tOct. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Sept, 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov, 
Dec. 
Nov 
Nov, 



9, 1944 
11,1944 
31, 1944 

1, 1944 
23, 1944 
18, 1944 

6, 1944 
13, 1944 
19, 1944 
23, 1944 
16, 1944 
18, 1944 

5, 1944 
26, 1944 

5, 1944 
15, 1944 
20. 1944 
26, 1944 
21, 1944 
25, 1944 
11,1944 
20, 1944 

6, 1944 
18, 1944 
19, 1944 
30, 1944 
16, 1944 
, 25, 1944 

3,1944 



Salary 



(MA). 



(T) 



New York. 



Georgia - 

Ohio 



Florida- 



George Wadsworth,' envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

James T. Scott,< commercial attache 

Gordon H. Mattison, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
W. Horton Schoellkopf, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 

Hubert F. Ferrell, vice consul 

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

Maj. Duncan MacBryde,< asst. military attache. 
Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attache... War Dept. 
Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,< asst. military attache, j War Dept- 
Frederick A. Kuhn, assistant commercial attache. 

1 Assigned also to the office of the U. S. Representative on the Advisory Council for Italy. 

2 Temporarily. 

3 Accredited also to Syria. 

* Assigned also to Damascus; resident in Beirut. 



$9,400 
5, 100 
4,500 
3,500 
3,000 



Virginia 

War Dept. 
War Dept- 



Dist. Columbia. 



8,000 
4,900 



8,900 
7,800 
5,400 
5,100 
3,000 



Sept. 


21, 1944 


10,000 


Oct. 


7, 1942 


7,200 


Oct. 


28, 1944 


4, 000 


Nov. 


12, 1943 


3,000 


Apr. 


27, 1944 




tJan. 


8, 1944 




Nov. 


10, 1942 




Oct. 


7, 1944 




Apr. 


10, 1944 




Sept 


30. 1944 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



27 



Post 



LIBERIA 



Monrovia (L). 



Name and rank 



LIECHTENSTEIN 
Vaduz (CO) 

LITHUANIA 
Legation at Kaunas closed. 

LUXEMBOURG 
Luxembourg (L) 



(MA &NA). 



Lester A. Walton, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Felix Cole, consul general; first secretary 

William C. George, vice consul,. 

Rupert A. Lloyd, vice consul 



Sam E. Woods,' consul general 



Charles Sawyer,^ ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
George P. Waller.^ first secretary; consul 



MEXICO 

Mexico, D. F. (E) George S.Messersmith,ambassadorextraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Herbert S. Bursley, counselor of embassy 

Thomas H. Lockett, counselor ofembassy for eco- 
nomic aflairs. 
Maurice L. Stafford, consul general; first secretary. 

Charles A. Bay, commercial attach^ 

Raleigh A. Gibson, first secretary; consul 

Sidney E. O'Donoghue, second secretary; consul. 

Guy W. Ray, second secretary; consul 

Paul J. Reveley, second secretary; consul 

Walter J. Linthicum, second secretary; consul... 
William K. Ailshie, second secretary; vice consul, 

Carl W. Strom, second secretary; vice consul 

Forrest K. Geerken, second secretary; vice consul 
David A. Thomasson, second secretary; vice 

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

Robert F. Hale, third secretary; vice consul 

Albert E. Pappano, vice consul 

Marc L. Severe, vice consul 

James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul 

Philip D. Sumner, vice consul 

W. John Wilson, Jr., vice consul 

RajTnond Bastianello, vice consul 

Louis B. Mazzeo, vice consul 

Louis F. Blanchard, vice consul 

Brig. Gen. Arthur R. Harris, military attache.... 
Col. George P. Champion, military air attache,.. 
Capt. Andrew S. Hickey, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Cantwell C. Brown, asst. military at- 
tache. 
Maj. Robert E. Battles, asst. military attache.... 
Maj. Desmond Holdridge, asst. military attache 
Capt. Henry L. Wightman, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Donald W. Noble, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Edward C. Dougherty, asst. naval 
attache and asst. naval attache for air. 

• Assigned also to and resident in Zurich, Switzerland. 
2 Accredited also to Belgium. 
2 Assigned also to Brussels. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



New York 

Dist. Columbia. 
Dist. Columbia. 
Virginia. 

Mississippi, 



Ohio 

Alabama. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Delaware. 



July 22,1935 

Aug. 16,1944 
Nov. 12, 1936 
Apr. 17,1942 

July 3, 1942 



Sept. 21, 1944 
Sept. 9, 1944 

Dec. 4, 1941 



Dist. Columbia.. 
Kentucky 



California... 
Minnesota.. 

Illinois 

New Jersey. , 

Alabama 

Connecticut. 
Maryland..., 

Idaho 

Iowa.. 

Minnesota,.. 
Kentucky 



Pennsylvania... 

Oregon 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Texas 

New York. 

Montana 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 



June 6, 1942 
July 11,1942 
Mar. 5, 1942 
Aug. 30, 1941 
June 1, 1940 
Apr. 16,1943 
tOct. 4, 1929 
{May 6, 1944 
Oct. 21, 1940 



New Mexico June 23,1942 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



War Dept. 



War Dept.. 
War Dept.. 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 



Mar. 31,1943 
Jime 26, 1944 
Nov. 29, 1943 

Apr. 3. 1943 

Mar. 20. 1942 
Apr. 17,1944 
Oct. 2, 1943 
July 14,1943 

May 23, 1944 



Salary 



$10,000 
9,200 



Sept 


28, 1942 


JNov. 


5, 1942 


Uug. 


23, 1943 


tNov. 


13, 1942 


tAug. 


9, 1941 


July 


1, 1942 


Aug. 


26, 1941 


Sept. 


2, 1943 


June 


23, 1943 


Oct. 


2, 1939 


Jan. 


6, 1943 


Apr. 


25, 1941 


Sept. 


17, 1942 



10, ooo 



17,500 
5,300 

17.500 

8.200 
9.000 

6,200 
7.200 
7.200 
5,200 
6,000 
4,500 
4,200 
4,100 
4,100 
4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
3,600 
2,750 



28 



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Post 



Name and rank 



MEXICO — Continued 

Mexico, D. F. (E)— Con. 
(T) 



Acapulco de Ju&rez, Gue- 
rrero (VC). 
Agua Prieta, Sonera (C) 



Chihuahua, Chihuahua (C).. 

Ciudad Ju&rez, Chihuahua 
(C). 



Durango, Durango (C).-, 
Guadalajara, Jalisco (C). 



Manzanillo, Colima 
(VC). 

Guaymas, Sonera (C) 

La Paz,, Baja California 
(VC). 
Matamoros, Tamaulipas (C) 
(T) 



Mazatl&n, Sinaloa (C). 



John P. Wagman, senior economic analyst 

Evert Lee Stancliff, senior economic analyst... 

Gilbert J. Brown, special consultant - 

Nathan L. Whetten, rural sociologist 

Roswell W. Preuty, attache 

Lew B. Clark, senior economic analyst 

William E. Clayton, special assistant 

Charles B. Parker, senior economic analyst — 
Charles Henry Stevens, cultural-relations attache.. 

Henry F. Holland, special assistant 

George L. Ricbert, special assistant 

Henry E. Allen; junior economic analyst 

Mervin O. Smith, assistant to the agricultural 
attache. 

Robert W. Wagner, economic analyst 

Horace Harper Braun, economic analyst 

Theodore H. Meyer, economic analyst 

Frederick R. Mangold, economic analyst 

Abbott S. Bums, economic analyst... 

Edward W. May, junior agricultural economist. 

John L. Weaver, vice consul 

Alvin C. Detwiler, vice consul 

Robert S. Hoard, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



Mfirida, Yucatta (C) 

Mexicali, Baja California (C). 



Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (C). 



(T). 



William Clarke Vyse, consul.. 

Raymond Phelan, vice consul 

John S. Calvert, consul -- 

Robert K. Peyton, vice consul 

William P. Blocker, consul general- 
Stephen E. Aguirre, consul 

Earl T. Grain, vice consul 

Harry K. Pangburn, vice consul... 

J. D. Lambeth, vice consul 

John C. Hawley, vice consul 

Earl AVilbert Eaton, vice consul — 

James E. Henderson, consul 

Henry T. Unverzagt, vice consul... 
Walter E. Kneeland, vice consul. .. 



Myron H. Schraud, vice consul... 
William L. Brewster, vice consul. 



Cyril L. F. Thiel, consul 

Abraham Vigil, vice consul 

John G. Van Zile, vice consul 

Stewart E. McMillin, consul 

Thomas M. Powell, vice consul 

Stephen C. Worster, vice consul 

John B. Ketcham, consul 

William B. Murray, vice consul 

Howard L. Walker, Jr., vice consul.. 

Henry S. Waterman, consul 

Merlin E. Smith, vice consul 

Manuel J. Codoner, vice consul 

Timothy John Mahoney, vice consul. 

Francis M. Withey, vice consul 

Edward C. Webster, Jr., vice consul . 
T. Ay res Robertson, vice consul 



New Jersey.. 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut- 
California... 
New York.. 

Texas 

New York. . 
New Jersey. 

Texas 

Idaho 

Texas 

Indiana 



Michigan 

Illinois 

New York 

North Carolina.. 
Massachusetts... 

Iowa.- 

New York 

Vermont 

California 



Dist. Columbia. 

California 

North Carolina.. 
New Jersey.. - 

Texas 

Texas 

Illinois 

Kentucky 

Texas 

New York 

Texas 

California 

Virginia 

Texas 



Jan. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
July 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
July 
Oct. 
July 
Apr. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

June 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

July 



Texas. 
Texas. 



8, 1943 
29, 1943 
21, 1943 
24, 1942 

1, 1942 

9. 1941 

5. 1942 

20. 1941 

13. 1942 
1, 1942 

28. 1943 

1. 1942 

10. 1942 

18. 1943 
23, 1943 

19. 1943 
. 22, 1942 

7. 1943 

1. 1943 

11. 1944 

3. 1944 
6, 1943 



Feb. 
July 
S'ept. 
Feb. 
tJune 
June 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Dec. 



Illinois 

Colorado 

Michigan 

Kansas 

Texas 

Maine 

New York 

Iowa 

California 

Washington... 

Ohio 

New York 

California 

Michigan... 

Massachusetts — 
Missouri 



1. 1943 

28. 1941 

9. 1944 
28, 1939 
18, 1938 

6. 1942 

7. 1943 
24, 1930 

21. 1942 
10, 1944 

1, 1934 
15, 1944 

1. 1944 

29. 1943 

2, 1943 
8, 1941 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
June 
tJune 
Apr. 
tApr. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
May 
{Dec. 
May 



14, 1944 
27, 1943 
16, 1944 

18. 1943 
2, 1943 
2, 1943 

5. 1943 

3. 1944 

14. 1944 

26. 1941 

16. 1943 
1, 1943 

22. 1944 
17, 1943 
16, 1943 

23. 1942 



$4,900 
4,900 



9,200 
4,300 
4,500 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



29 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



MEXICO— Continued 

Nogales, Sonera (C)... 

(T).. 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 
(C). 
(T) 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila 

(C). 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas (C) 

San Luis PetosI, San Luis 

Potosl (C). 
Tampico, Tamaulipas (C)... 

Tijuana, Baja California (C). 



(T).... 

Torreon, Coahuila (C). 



Veracruz, Veracruz (C). 



(T) 

Tapachula, Chiapas 
(VC). 

MONACO 

Consulate at Monaco closed. 
MOROCCO 



Ben Zweig, vice consul 

Givon M. Parsons, vice consul 

George R. Martin, vice consul 

Frederick D. Hunt, vice consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul 

Kennedy M. Crockett, vice consul 

Gilbert R. Willson, consul. 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul 

Henry G. Krausse, vice consul 

Curtis C. Jordan, consul 

Henry T. Dwyer, vice consul 

Thomas McEnelly, consul 

Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., vice consul 

Horatio Mooers, consul 

Willys A. Myers, vice consul 

William A. Campbell, vice consul 

John F. Fitzgerald, vice consul 

Stanley G. Slavens, consul 

John G. Oliver, vice consul _ 

Ho C. Funk, consul .._ 

Ellas G Garza, vice consul '. 

Ray Ground, vice consul 

H. Claremont Moses, vice consul 



niinois 

Texas.-- 

Arizona 

Dist. Columbia 

Alabama - 

Texas 

Texas 

Massachusetts.. 

Texas.-. 

California 

Rhode Island -- 

New York 

Texas. 

Maine 

Iowa 

California 

Pennsylvania. . 

Texas.. 

Texas 

Colorado 

Texas 

Oregon 

South Carolina. 



Oct. 

Nov. 
JMay 

Oct. 

Mar. 
tApr. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

May 
JJune 

May 

Aug. 

Nov. 

May 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Apr. 



2, 1943 
17, 1944 
11,1944 
20, 1944 
23, 1942 
11,1944 
1, 1937 
7, 1929 
13, 1942 

26. 1942 
2, 1943 
5,1942 

5. 1943 
7, 1944 

6. 1944 
26, 1944 
27, 1944 

21. 1943 

28. 1942 

31. 1944 
23, 1942 
19, 1944 

24. 1943 



Tangier (Tanger) (L). 



(MA& NA). 



(T). 

Casablanca (C). 

(T) 

Rabat (C) 



J. Rives Childs, counselor of legation; consul gen- 
eral. 

John Goodyear, third secretary; consul 

A. David Fritzlan, third secretary; vice consul... 

Vernon L. Fluharty,' vice consul 

Fraser Wilkins, third secretary; vice consul 

Elliot Doniger, vice consul 

Lt. Comdr. Robert W. Gilmore, naval attache 

and naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. Col. John W. Edwards, asst. military attach^. 

Maj. George J. Starr, asst. military attachS 

Lt. Joseph C. Fox, asst. naval attachS and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Paul W. Lashly, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Richard Mason Bownass, attache 

Edward R. Duer, Jr., vice consul 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul general 

Robert L. Hunter, vice consul 

John Jessup Howell, economic analyst 

Robert Olaf Waring, vice consul 

Maurice Pasquet, consul 

Donald A. Dumont, vie© consul 



Virginia JMar. 30,1944 



New York.. 
Kentucky... 

Ohio 

Nebraska. . . 
New York . . 
Navy Dept. 



War Dept... 
War Dept.. 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 



Illinois 

New York 

Michigan 

South Dakota... 

Kentucky 

New York 

New York 

New York 



Aug. 8, 1944 
Nov. 11,1943 
Nov. 13, 1944 
Dec. 7, 1943 
July 24,1944 
Mar. 9,1944 

Dec. 6. 1941 
Mar. 9,1944 
Mar. 8,1944 

Mar. 8,1944 



July 
Oct. 
JDec. 
June 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
May 



15. 1943 

28. 1944 
22, 1944 

3, 1944 
23, 1944 
18, 1944 
11, 1943 

6, 1943 



' Temporarily. 
629065 — 45- 



30 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS 
(Netherlands) > 

The Hague ('s Qravenliage) 
(E). 



(T) - 

(MA&NA). 



Consular oflBces in Nether- 
lands closed. 

(Posgeesions) 

Consular offices in enemy- 
occupied possessions closed. 

Curacao, West Indies (CG)._ 



Aruba (VC). 
(T) 



Paramaribo, Surinam (C)... 



NEW ZEALAND 



Stanley K. Hornbeck, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Jesse F. Van Wickel, commercial attachS 

George J. Haering, first secretary; consul 

Sidney H . Browne, second secretary 

Edward T. Wailes, second secretary; consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attache 

William H. Riddell, agricultural adviser 

Col. William McKee Dunn, 3 military attache.. 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,3 asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, 3 asst. military attache.. 
MaJ. Robert L. Qrosjean,^ asst. military attache.. 
Capt. Paul M. Birkeland.s asst. military attache. 
Capt. Thor B. Ellingsen,3 asst. military attache... 
Capt. Edmond Kennedy, s asst. military attache 

for air. 
1st Lt. Willem E. Boom ,3 asst. military attache 

for air. 
Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,3 asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. l)euel,3 asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edgar H. Clark.s asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 



Wellington (L). 



Walter A . Foote, consul general 

Jones R. Trowbridge, vice consul 

William H. Christensen,^ vice consul. 

Carl O. Hawthorne, vice consul. 

John Light, vice consul 



Lee R. Blohm, consul 

James S. Lawton, vice consul. 



Kenneth S. Patton, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Prescott Childs, first secretary; consul. 

Basil D. Dahl, commercial attache 

Carl E. Christopherson, second secretary; consul. 

T. Eliot Weil, second secretary; vice consul 

J. Jefferson Jones, 3d, third secretary; vice consul. 



(MA & NA) Col. John Henry Nankivell, military attache. 

I Maj. Richard A. Toole, military air attache . 



Colorado 

New York 

New York 

New Jersey 

New York 

Pennsylvania... 

Arizona 

War Dept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 



Texas 

Georgia 

South Dakota. 

Missouri 

New Mexico. . 



Arizona. 
Illinois. . 



Virginia. 



Massachusetts- 
Wisconsin 

Iowa 

New York 

Tennessee 



War Dept. 
War Dept- 



Sept. 21,1944 



tOct. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Nov. 
tSept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



9, 1944 
22, 1944 

9,1944 
16, 1944 
15, 1944 
21, 1944 
21, 1943 
23, 1943 
25, 1943 
13, 1943 
16, 1943 

6, 1943 

5,1944 



July 12,1944 
Sept. 16, 1944 
Dec. 2, 1944 
Nov. 25, 1943 



July 15,1944 
Feb. 13,1941 
Mar. 10, 1944 
Nov. 26, 1943 

tMay 12,1944 

Sept. 7,1944 
Sept. 13, 1941 



Mar. 


21, 1944 


Aug. 


26, 1943 


JFeb. 


10, 1942 


Aug. 


28, 1943 


July 


20, 1942 


Aug. 


21, 1943 


May 


4, 1942 


Sept. 


25, 1944 



' Government of the Netherlands established in England. 

2 Assigned also to London and Dublin, and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, Norway, Poland, and Yugoslavia 
established in England; resident in London. 

3 Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, Norway, and Poland established in England. 
* Assigned also to Antigua and Martinique; resident in Antigua. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



31 



Post 



NEW ZEALAND— Continued 

Wellington (L)— Continued 
(MA & NA)— Continued. 



(T). 



Christchurch (CA). 

Dunedin (CA) 

Auckland (C) 



MCARAGUA 



Managua (E). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Matagalpa (CA). 
NORWAY I 



Oslo (E). 



Name and rank 



Capt. Lloyd R. Gray, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. George B. Lane, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attach^ for air. 



John B. Brockman, economic analyst. 



H. P. Bridge, consular agent 

Harman Reeves, consular agent. 

Hiram A. Boucher, consul 

John C. Fuess, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Navy Dept- 
Navy Dept. 



New Zealand 

New Zealand 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts... 



James B. Stewart, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Harold D. Finley, first secretary; consul 

Jule B. Smith, acting commercial attach^ 

David T. Ray, third secretary; vice consul 

James M. Gilchrist, Jr., third secretary ; vice consul. 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. John Ford Hardie, military air attache.. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick B.Judson, asst. military attache 
Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache (or air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



New Mexico. 



New York. 

Texas 

California.. 
Illinois 



War Dept.. 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Joseph P. Crockett, special assistant Tennessee 

Thomas S. Strong, senior economic analyst West Virginia... 

Rodolfo O. Rivera, special assistant North Carolina. 

Arnaldo Berenguer, junior economic analyst New York 

Miss Bernice R. Spears, vice consul Dist. Columbia- 



John A. Willey, consular agent. 



Lithgow Osborne, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Rudolf E. Schoenfeld, counselor of embassy 28_... 
Orsen N. Nielsen, counselor of embassy; consul 

general. 
H. Lawrence Groves, counselor of embassy for 

economic affairs. 



California. 



New York- 



Dist. Columbia. 
Wisconsin 



Pemisylvania-. 



' Government of Norway established in England. 

2 Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Poland established in England. 

s With the personal rank of minister. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 4, 1944 
May 4, 1943 

Dec. 22,1943 

Mar. 31, 1928 
Apr. 6, 1920 
Sept. 26, 1941 
July 6, 1943 

JMar. 27, 1943 

Nov. 2,1943 
{Mar. 25, 1944 
Oct. 16,1943 
Aug. 14, 1942 

Jan. 15,1944 
tSer-t. 20, 1943 
Mar. 13,1943 

Sept. 8,1943 
Dec. 28,1943 
Mar. 6,1942 

July 21,1942 

July 29,1942 

June 12,1948 



Dec. 24,1942 

Apr. 5, 1943 

Feb. 18,1943 

July 12,1944 

Aug. 9, 1944 

tSept. 13, 1929 



Sept. 21, 1944 

tJuly 1, 1942 
Oct. 11, 1944 

Dec. 29,1944 



Salary 



$7, 200 
3,500 



10,000 

6,900 
4,400 
3,600 
3,000 



17, 500 



9,200 

9,000 



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Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



NORWAY— Continued 
Oslo (E)— Continued 



(MA &NA). 



(T). 



Consular offices in Norway 
closed. 

PALESTINE AND TRANS- 
JORDAN 

Jerusalem (CQ) 



(T) 



PANAMA 



Panama (E). 



(NA). 



(T). 



Almirante (CA) 

Puerto Armuelles (CA). 

Colon (C) 

(T) 



Winthrop S. Greene, first secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite, ' civil air attach^. 



Lt. Col. William McKee Dunn, 'military attache. 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,^ asst. military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, 2 asst. military attache.. 

MaJ. Robert L. Qrosjean,^ asst. military attache. . 

Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,^ asst. military attache. , 

Capt. Thor B. Ellingsen,^ asst. military attache.. 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy,' asst. military air attache. 

1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,' asst. military attache 
for air. 

Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,' asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Edgar H. Clark,' asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Abner K. Chestem, agricultural adviser 

A. Willing Patterson, senior economic analyst 

Miss Zolita F. Kent,' administrative assistant 



Lowell C, Pinkerton, consul general 

Malcolm P. Hooper, consul 

Hedley V. Cooke, Jr., consul 

Edward W. Blatchford, vice consul. 
Wells Stabler, vice consul 



Avra M. Warren, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

George H. Butler, counselor of embassy 

Ashley B. Sowell, commercial attache 

Frederick P. Laiimer, Jr., second secretary; 
consul. 

T. Muldrup Forsyth, second secretary; consul 

V. Lansing Collins, Jr., third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

Henry L. Pitts, Jr.. third secretary; vice consul.. 

Wilfred P. Allard, vice consul. 

Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 

Donald W. Forsyth, senior economic analyst 

Gail Murphy, senior economic analyst 

David J. Pearsall, vice consul 

W. Tapley Bennett, Jr., junior economic analyst., 

C.William Cowles, vice consul 

Harry R. Lewis, consular agent 

Lewis B. Tolman, consular agent 

Arthur R, Williams, consul 

George E. Palmer, vice consul 



Massachusetts... 
Pennsylvania 

War Dept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

WarDept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Nebraska 

Dist. Columbia. - 
Iowa. 



Missouri 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

Dist. Columbia.. 



Feb. 7, 1944 
Aug. 15,1944 

tSept. 21, 1943 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Oct. 25,1943 
Jan. 13,1943 
Jan. 16,1943 
Sept. 6,1943 
Sept. 5,1944 
July 12,1944 

Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25,1943 

Nov. 30, 1944 
Oct. 24,1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 



Feb. 14,1941 
Dec. 31,1942 
Nov. 15, 1943 
tDec. 29,1930 
Oct. 6,1944 



Maryland Mar. 21, 1944 



Illinois 

Tennessee 

Connecticut. 



Virginia 

New York. 



July 28,1944 
tJan. 15,1940 
Oct. 16,1943 

Nov. 13, 1944 
Apr. 29.1943 

Oct. 15,1943 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Mar. 21. 1944 

June 7, 1944 
July 29,1944 
Feb. 28,1944 
June 15,1944 
Nov. 14, 1942 
May 29, 1943 
May 29, 1943 
Mar. 3,1943 
Rhode Island I Oct. 25,1943 



New York.. 
New York.. 
Navy Dept. 



Pennsylvania. 

Florida 

New York 

Georgia 

Virginia 

Florida 



Colorado. 



1 Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Poland, and 
Yugoslavia established in England; resident in London. 

' Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Poland established in England. 
' Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Poland established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



33 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


PARAGUAY 












Willard L. Beaulac, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 


Rhode Island 


Mar. 21, 1944 


$10,000 








Leslie E. Reed, consul general, first secretary 


Minnesota 


Sept. 30, 1943 


7,900 




Harold M. Randall, commercial attachfe 


Iowa... 


May 2, 1944 
Nov. 15,1944 


6,200 




James Espy, second secretary; consul . 


Ohio 


4, 000 




Frederick J. Cunningham, second secretary; vice 


Massachusetts... 


Aug. 3,1942 


4,200 




consul. 










Duane B. Lueders, third secretary; vice consul... 


Minnesota 


May 19,1943 


2,7S0 




Charles E. Apple, vice consul 


Iowa. 


Jan. 27,1943 




(MA & NA).._ 


Col. John A. Considine, military attach^. 


War Dept 


May 19,1944 






Lt. Col. Howard Jack Shipley, military air at- 


WarDept. 


Nov. 15, 1944 






tach6. 










Lt. Comdr. Luis J. Martin, naval attach^ and 


Navy Dept 


Jan. 28,1944 






naval attach^ for air. 










Maj. Lincoln O'Brien, asst. military attache 


WarDept.. 


July 7, 1944 






Capt. Hugh L. Stone, Jr., asst. military attach^.. 


WarDept 


Apr. 7, 1944 






Lt. (jg) Herman W. Seller, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


May 22, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


Roderic Crandall," petroleum attache 


California 

New York. 


June 7, 1944 
Nov. 4,1941 






Morrill Cody, cultural-relations attache 






David A. de Lima, economic analyst 


New York 


Sept. 2,1943 






Harry L. Hamlette, junior economic analyst.. .. 


Virginia 


Feb. 22,1943 




PERU 










Lima (E) 


John Campbell White, ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 


New York 


Jan. 29,1944 


17, 500 








Jefferson Patterson, counselor of embassy 

Julian C. Greenup, counselor of embassy for 


Ohio 


JDec. 9, 1942 
JDec. 9, 1942 


7,600 




California 


7,000 




economic affairs. 










Edward G. Trueblood, first secretary 


Illinois 


July 27,1944 


5,100 




Frederick W. Hinke, second secretary: consul 


New York 


Oct. 1, 1942 


4,800 




John J. Macdonald, second secretary; consul 


Missouri 


May 25,1944 


4,600 




Bernard C. Connelly, second secretary; vice con- 


Illinois 


Sept. 11,1941 


4,600 




sul. 
Rolland Welch, second secretary; vice consul ... 


Texas 


Sept. 27, 1940 


4,200 




William P. Snow, second secretary; vice consul 


Maine . .. .. . 


Dec. 23,1940 


4,100 




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


Illinois. 


JMar. 6,1944 


4,000 










Charles C. Gidney, Jr., vice consul 


Texas 


Mar. 7,1942 




(MA & NA) 


Col. Woodson F. Hocker, military attache . 


War Dept 


Dec. 31,1942 






Maj. Louis Cecil Blau, military air attache 


WarDept... 


July 24,1944 






Capt. Willard R. Gaines, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept. 


Mar. 15, 1939 






attache for air. 










Maj. George Alexander Little, asst. military 


WarDept 


July 9, 1942 






attache. 










Maj. Jay R. Reist, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Aug. 24,1942 






Capt. Alexander S. Parr, asst. military attache 


WarDept 


May 3,1943 






Lt. Comdr. Donald S. Johnson, asst. naval atta- 


Navy Dept 


Aug. 23,1944 






che and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. John F. Withrow, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 24,1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. (jg) John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


June 16,1943 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


William 0. Vauderburg, minerals attache 


Nevada 


July 1, 1942 






Howard L. Nostrand, cultural-relations attache... 


Washington 


Nov. 4,1944 






Herbert Hallett, senior economic analyst 


Connecticut 


Dec. 16,1941 






Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural adviser 


Wisconsin 

Texas 


Feb. 16,1943 
June 21,1944 






Olaf Francis Sundt,^ petroleum attache 





• Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 
' Assigned also to La Paz, Santiago, and Quito; resident in Lima. 



34 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


PERU— Continued 










Lima (E)— Continued. 










(T)— Continued 


Hubert M. Curry, senior economic analyst 


New York 


Sept. 23, 1942 







Jesse O. Benson, senior economic analyst ..- 


California. _. 


Apr. 8, 1944 










Aug. 17,1942 










Aug. 17,1942 
Mar. 25, 1944 






Charles D. Mitchell, economic analyst . 


Kentucky 






Eugene Q. Christin, economic analyst 




June 11,1943 






Miss Bettye M. Bolianon, assistant to the pe- 


Virginia.. 


Oct. 10,1944 






troleum attache. 










Roy Leonard Davis, vice consul 


Virginia 


Nov. 25, 1944 






Miss Miriam Therese Kropp, Junior economic 


California 


Aug. 25,1943 







analyst. 










Miss Marion Elizabeth Sproul, junior economic 


California 


Aug. 25,1943 


.. 




analyst. 










Jack G. Dwyre, vice consul 




Feb. 20,1942 




Iquitos (VC) (T) 






Feb. 21, 1944 




La Oroya (CA) 


Norman Duncan, consular agent 


New York . . 


Apr. 6, 1931 




MoUendo (CA) 


Felipe Ferrer M., consular agent 


Peru 


June 27,1934 




Salaverry (CA) 


Jacob Reznik, consular agent 


California 


Dec. 30.1940 




PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 










Consulate at Manila closed. 










POLAND 1 










Warsaw (Warszawa) (E) 


Arthur Bliss Lane, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 


New York _ 


Sept. 21, 1944 


$17, 500 




Rudolf E. Schoenfeld, counselor of embassy 2 ' 


Dist. Columbia.. 


Apr. 1, 1941 


9,200 




Marcel E. Malige, counselor of embassy for eco- 


Idaho 


Dec. 23,1944 


7,000 




nomic afTairs. 














Nov. 15, 1944 


6,200 








Oct. 16,1944 


4,700 




Montgomery H. Colladay, second secretary 


Connecticut 


Feb. 18,1943 


4,600 




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


California 


{Dec. 29,1944 


4, 500 




Livingston Satterthwaite,< civil air attache 


Pennsylvania 


Aug. 15.1944 


4,300 




Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 


Michigan 


Nov. 17,1944 


3, 000 


(MA & NA).._ 


Col. William McKee Dunn,* military attache 


War Dept 


tSept. 21,1943 






Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,* asst. military attache .. 


War Dept 


Sept. 23, 1943 







Lt. CoL Sidney Morgan, » asst. military attache.. 


War Dept 


Oct. 25,1943 







Maj. Robert L. Qrosjean,* asst. military attache.. 


War Dept 


Jan. 13,1943 







Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,5asst. military attache. - 


War Dept 


Jan. 16,1943 







Capt. Thor B. Ellingsen,= asst. military attache.. 


War Dept 


Sept. 6,1943 







Capt. Edmond Kennedy,' asst. mihtary air 


War Dept 


Sept. 5, 1944 






attache. 










1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,5 asst. military attache 


War Dept 


July 12,1944 






for air. 










Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,' asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Sept. 16, 1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval at- 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 2, 1944 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Edgar H. Clark,' asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept. 


Nov. 25, 1943 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


Miss Zolita F. Kent ,- administrative assistant 


Iowa 


Nov. 28, 1944 




Consulate General at Warsaw 






closed. 











1 Government of Poland established in England. 

' Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Norway established in England. 

3 With the personal rank of minister. 

4 Assign(d also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Norway, and 
Yugoslavia established in England; resident in London. 

» Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Norway established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


PORTUGAL AND POSSES- 










SIONS 










(Portugal) 










Lisbon (Llsboa) (E) 


R. Henry Norweb, ambassador extraordinary and 


Ohio.. 


tMay 4,1944 


$17, fCO 




plenipotentiary. 










Edward S. Crocker, 2d, counselor of embassy 


Massachusetts... 


tFeb. 22,1944 


7,600 




Charles E. Dickerson, Jr., first secretary; consul 


New Jersey 


June 17,1943 


7,400 




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


Maryland 


June 23, 1944 


5, 000 








{Apr. 10, 1942 


4,600 




Miss Elizabeth Humes, second secretary; consul. 


Tennessee 


July 1, 1942 


4,500 




Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr., second secretary; consuL 
Halleck L. Rose, second secretary; vice consul 


Virginia 


Apr. 26,1943 


4,400 




Nebraska.. 


Feb. 18,1943 


4,300 




George E. Miller, second secretary; vice consul... 


New Jersey 


Sept. 12, 1941 


4,200 




William 0. Boswell. third secretary; vice consul. 


Pennsylvania 


Apr. 16,1941 


3, 600 




Scott Lyon, third secretary; vice consul .. 


Ohio 


Dec. 3, 1943 


3,000 




J William Henry, third secretary; vice consul 


Arizona 


.\ug. 14, 1944 


2. 500 






Missouri 


July 19, 1941 






William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul . 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Montana 


Aug. 21, 1942 
Mar. 28, 1944 
Mar. 2,1943 
Oct. 28,1944 
Oct. 30,1944 
Nov. 10, 1941 






Ernest V. Polutnik, vice consul .. 






William P. Shockley, Jr., vice consuL.. 


Delaware 

New York 

Connecticut 

Indiana 












Thaddeus H. Chvlinski, vice consul _ . 






Wortbington E. Hagerman, vice consul.. 




(MA & NA) _ 


Col. Robert A. SoU)org, military attache 


War Dept 

War Dept 


May 28,1943 
June 26,1941 






Lt. Col. Russell A. Cone, military air attach^ 






Comdr. Kenneth E. Demarest, naval attach^ and 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 9, 1942 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Col. Stephen Ogden Fuqua, asst. military 


War Dept 


Sept. 23, 1942 






attache. 










Maj. Harold F. Milks, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Oct. 5,1944 






Capt. William S. Briggs, asst. military air attache. 


War Dept 


Aug. 16, 19-14 






Lt. Comdr. Henry C. Jackson, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 2,1942 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Comdr. George T. Pancoast, asst. naval at- 


N avy Dept 


Aug. 24,1944 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Raymond S. Willis, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Aug. 25,1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T)- 


A. Ogden Pierrot,' civil air attache 


Virginia 


Oct. 19,1944 
Oct. 25,1944 






J. Daniel Hanley, senior economic analyst 


Maryland 






Joseph P. Piazza, cultural-relations attache 


New Jersey 


Nov. 24, 1944 






Arthur Eustace Ojeda, senior economic analyst. _ 


California 


JAug. 12.1944 






Herman R. Kasper, economic analyst 


Illinois ... . 


Oct. 31,1944 






William O. Gibson, senior economic analyst 


New York 


tOct. 1,1943 






Carvel Painter, vice consul 


Wisconsin. 


Sept. 13, 1943 




Angra do Heroismo, Terceira, 


Robert Janz, maritime delegate. 1 


Oklahoma 


Feb. 5, 1944 


4,500 


Azores (MD). 










(T) 






Sept. 7, 1944 




Funchal, Madeira (C) 


Foster H. Kreis, vice consul 


Minnesota.. 

Utah 


Mar. 14, 1938 
Mar. 21, 1944 
Feb. 11,1936 
Nov. 24, 1943 




Florta, Fayal, Azores (MD)_. 


Renwick S. McNiece, maritime delegate 


7,000 


Oporto (Porto) (C) 




Tennessee. 

Virginia 




Ponta Delgada, S&o Miguel 


William E. Flournoy, Jr., maritime delegate 


4,500 


(St. Michael), Azores (MD.) 












Thomas A. Grunwell, asst. maritime delegate 


Florida 


Oct. 24,1944 




(T) 


Aaron J. Thomas, Jr., asst. maritime delegate 


Texas 


Nov. 30, 1943 





' Assigned also to and resident in Madrid. 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 




PORTUGAL A^fD POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(PoBBeBsioni) ' 

BeJra, Mozambique, Africa 
(C).» 
(T) — - 

Lourenco Marques, Mozam- 
bique, Africa (CO). 

Luanda, Angola, Africa (C). 



(T). 



RUMANIA 

State of war declared by Ru- 
mania Dec. 11, 1941. 

Armistice with Rumania 
eflective Sept. 12, 1944. 

For officers on duty in special 
office at Bucharest, see p. 50 

SAUDI ARABIA, KING- 
DOM^OF 

Jidda (L) 



(T). 



Dhahran (C). 



SPAIN 



Madrid (E). 



Frederik van den Arend, consul 

William L. Higgins, vice consul 

Austin R. Preston, consul general.. 
Martin J. Hillenbrand, vice consul. 

George R. Hukill, consul 

Marcelino H. da Costa, vice consul 
John C. Vorrath, Jr., vice consul... 



Col. William A. Eddy, envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. 

Paul E. Oeier, third secretary; vice consul 

William Langdon Sands, third secretary; vice 

consul. 



Nils E. Lind, attache 

Fred H. Await, economic analyst. 



Parker T. Hart, vice consul _ 

Clarence J. Mcintosh, vice consul- 



Norman Armour, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

William W. Butterworth, Jr., counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Ralph H. Ackerman, commercial attachg.. 

Fayette J. Flexer, first secretary; consul 

Eugene M. Hinkle, first secretary; consul 

Philip W. Bonsai, first secretary; consul. 

La Verne Baldwin, second secretary; consul 

C. Grant Isaacs, asst. commercial attache 

Glion Curtis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul.. 

Niles W. Bond, third secretary; vice consul 

William L. Smyser, third secretary; vice consul. 

Robert M. Brandin, third secretary; vice consul.. 

Byron E. Blankinship, third secretary; vice 
consul. 

Earle O. Titus, vice consul 

Charles Gilbert, vice consul 

Roger P. Carlson, vice consul 



North Carolina.. 

Florida 

New York.. 

Illinois 

Delaware 

California.- 

New Jersey 



New Hampshire. 



Ohio.... 
Florida. 



Connecticut. 
Maine 



Massachusetts. 
Florida 



New Jersey- 



Louisiana. 



California 

Illinois 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York 

Tennessee 

Missouri 

Massachusetts. . 
Pennsylvania... 

New York 

New York 



Florida 

New York. 
Illinois 



> See Bombay for consular officers who are assigned also to Portuguese possessions In India. 
' Functions under supervision of consulate general at Lourenco Marques. 



Dec. 24,1942 

Dec. 13,1943 
{Apr. 27,1943 
Mar. 1,1944 
May 22, 1944 
Nov. 11, 1942 
June 14,1944 



Aug. 12, 1944 



Nov. 11, 1943 
Mar. 31, 1944 



Apr. 22,1944 
June 9, 1944 

June 14,1944 
June 14,1944 



Dec. 15,1944 
JMar. 28, 1944 



May 
Mar. 
May 
Aug. 
Dec. 
May 
Apr. 
Sept. 
May 
Oct. 
Apr. 



13, 1939 
28, 1944 
27, 1944 
28, 1944 
3, 1942 
29, 1944 
13, 1944 
22, 1942 
14, 1942 
30, 1942 
22, 1944 



July 13,1942 
Aug. 24,1940 
May 30,1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



37 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


SPAIN— Continued 










Madrid (E)— Continued. 










(MA & NA) 


Col. Wendell Q. Johnson, military attache 

Lt. Col. Lawrence A. Spilman, military air 


War Dept. 

WarDept 


Nov. 10, 1944 
May 13,1944 










attach^. 










C^t John C. Lusk, naval attach6 and naval 


Navy Dept 


May 5, 1943 






attache for air. 










Lt. Col. Clyde L. Clark, asst. military attachS... 


WarDept 


Dec. 29,1942 






Lt. Col. Albert P. Ebright, asst. military attache. 


WarDept 


Apr. 10,1943 






Lt. Col. Albert L. Hofiman, asst. military 


WarDept 


Apr. 4, 1944 






attache. 










1st Lt. Robert M. Carswell, Jr., asst. military 


WarDept 


Aug. 24,1944 






attache. 










Lt. Comdr. Carroll M. Terry, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 23,1943 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. James B. Ford, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 14,1943 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. John F. V. Emmanuel, asst. naval attache. 


Navy Dept 


Feb. 25,1944 






Lt. John R. Stevenson, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


June 5, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


Evan H Bennett,^ minerals attache . . 


California 


Sept. 9,1944 






Virginia 


Oct. 19,1944 








Illinois 


Aug. 4, 1943 






Leonard Horwin, senior economic analyst.. 


California. 


Aug. 14,1944 






Walter F Smith, attache 


Illinois 


Feb. 20,1942 






Charles F. O'Neall, 5 attache . 


Texas 


July 24,1943 






Harold Rhodes, economic analyst 


Dist. Columbia.. 
New York.. 


Aug. 14,1944 
Aug. 3,1943 












Mahlon Ashford, economic analyst 


Dist. Cohimbia 


Jan. 11,1944 






Austin W. Hyde, Jr.,' attache -- . 


Texas... 


Sept. 24, 1943 








Florida 


Nov. 2,1943 
Aug. 14,1944 








Illinois . 






Robert E. Whedbee, junior economic analyst 

Thomas Donald Bowie, junior economic analyst.. 


Kansas 


July 2, 1943 






Minnesota 


Apr. 20,1943 






Justin N. Locke, attache 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Ohio 


Aug. 19,1942 
Dec. 11,1942 






Robert G. Tnrpin, attache 






Harold D. Ferguson, attache. - ... 


Michigan 


Dec. 15,1942 






Clyde James Hanna, attache. - .. 


Ohio 


Jan. 26,1943 






Henry E. Singleton, attache.. 


Connecticut 


June 18,1943 






Alexander Scott Lockwood, attache 


California 

New York 

Arizona 


July 24,1943 
Aug. 13,1943 
Jan. 21,1944 
Aug. 11,1944 
Oct. 24,1944 






Vincent LaVista, ' attache .... 






David I. Ferber, vice consul 






Erwin W. Wendt * vice consul 


Illinois 








Texas 




Barcelona (CG) 


David McK. Key, consul general 


Tennessee 


tJuly 7, 1944 


$7, 000 




Nelson R. Park, consul 


Colorado 


Nov. 14, 1944 
Aug. 26,1944 
Mar. 30, 1943 
Dec. 8. 1942 
June 5, 1944 
Oct. 25,1944 
Sept. 22, 1942 


5,100 




Charles S. Reed, 2d, consul. 


Ohio 


4,700 




Fritz A. M Alfsen, consul 


New York 

New Jersey 

Dist. Columbia.. - 
Texas 


4,200 




Richard A. Poole, vice consul . . 


3,000 




Francis B . Moriarty , vice consul 




(T) 


Austin W. Hyde,' attache .. . 




Bilbao (C) 


Harry F. Hawley, consul . . 


New York 


7,600 






Illinois 


Dec. 18,1942 
Dec. 12,1942 


4,000 






Washington 


3,000 


(T) — - 


William Robert Kapp, vice consul 


New Jersey 


Aug. 19,1944 





> Assigned also to Lisbon. 2 Assigned also to Lisbon and Tangier for temporary duty. 

3 Resident in Valencia. * Resident in Seville. 

s Assigned also to and resident in Barcelona. ' Resident in Barcelona. 

' Resident in Malaga. 

' Temporarily detailed to London as vice consul on staff of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 

' Assigned also to Madrid. 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



SPAIN— Continued 

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 
Canary Islands (C). 

M&laga (C) 

(T) 

San Sebastian (C) -. 



Seville (C). 



Tenerife, Canary Islands (C) 
(T) 



Valencia (C) . 

(T) 

Vigo (C) 

(T) 



SWEDEN 



Stockholm (L). 



(MA & NA). 



Robert F. Fernald, consul. 



Harold B. Quarton, consul general 

Barnaby Conrad, Jr., vice consul 

Willard Oalbraith, consul 

Don V. Catlett, vice consul 

John N. Hamlin, consul... 

William Frank Lebus, Jr., vice consul. 

Richard B. Haven, consul ., 

William F. McCormack, vice consul.. 

Thomas A. Weir, vice consul 

Daniel V. Anderson, consul 

S. Grover Rich, Jr., vice consul 

Leon L. Cowles, vice consul 

Richard T. Smyth, vice consul 

Donald C. Marelius, vice consul 

Kermit K. Brown, vice consul 



Herschel V. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Christian M. Ravndal, counselor of legation 

Harry E. Carlson, first secretary; consul 

Cabot Coville, first secretary; consul 

Robert Mills McClintock, second secretary; vice 
consul. 

Paul H. Pearson, second secretary; consul 

L. Randolph Higgs, second secretary; consul 

Perry Laukhuff, second secretary; vice consul 

Edmund A. Gullion, second secretary; vice consul. 

H. Francis Cunningham, Jr., third secretary; vice 
consul. 

George Lybrook West, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

David H. McKillop, third secretary; vice consul. 

M. Gordon Knox, third secretary; vice consul 

Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 

Gray Bream, third secretary; vice consul 

Henry Hanson, Jr., third secretary, vice consul... 

Harold Carlson, vice consul 

Carl Birkeland,! vice consul 

Frithjof C. Sigmond, vice consul.. 

Lawrence W. von Hellens, vice consul 

Donald Bloomingdale, attach^. 



Brig. Gen. Alfred A. Kessler, military attache 

and military air attaehfi. 
Col. Charles E. Raycns, asst. military attache 

and military attach^ for air. 
Capt. Walter L. Heiberg, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. A. Wayne Wonderley, asst. military 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Robert W. Wood, asst. mOitary attache. 
Lt. Col. Sigurd J. Arnesen, asst. military attache. 
Maj. Arthur Conradi, Jr., asst. military air 

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

attache. 



Maine. 



Iowa 

California. . 
California.. 
Missouri... 

Oregon 

Kentucky- 
Illinois 

Texas 

Nebraska. . 
Delaware. - 

Utah 

Utah 

New York. 
California.. 
Minnesota. 



Iowa 

Mississippi. 

Ohio 

Kentucky.. 
Nebraska. . 



California. 



Massachusetts. 

Maryland 

Illinois 

Wyoming 

Connecticut 

Illinois 

Illinois 

Oregon 

Washington 

New York 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 
War Dept... 



War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 



Dec. 13,1941 



Sept. 
June 
Mar. 
May 
May 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
June 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
July 



28, 1942 
5, 1944 
11, 1944 
6, 1944 
27, 1939 
6, 1943 
17, 1944 
18, 1944 
17. 1942 
21, 1944 

6. 1943 

27. 1941 

9. 1944 

14. 1942 
17, 1944 



North Carolina... 



Iowa 

Illinois... 

California 

California 



Oct. 21,1941 

Dec. 23,1943 
Dec. 12,1941 
Apr. 20,1944 
Nov. 15, 1943 

tAug. 13,1942 
Apr. 27,1944 
Nov. 18, 1943 
July 15,1944 
May 14,1942 

Apr. 21,1943 



Dec. 
May 
Feb. 
July 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
May 
July 
Aug. 



18. 1941 

14. 1942 
9,1943 

21, 1944 
2, 1942 
30, 1930 
16, 1944 
3, 1933 
20,1942 
21, 1944 



Dec. 14,1944 

tDec. 13, 1944 

July 6, 1940 

July 10.1943 

Oct. 28,1943 
Jan. 25,1944 
Mar. 21, 1944 

May 12,1944 



> Temporarily detailed to London for duty with stall of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



SWEDEN— Continued 

Stockholm (L)— Continued. 

(MA & NA)— Continued^ 



Goteborg (C) 

(T).. 

Malmo (C) 

(T) 

Halsingborg (CA). 

SWITZERLAND 
Bern (L) -. 



(MA). 



(C).- 
(T).. 

Basel (C) 



Name and rank 



Lt. Conidr. Allan L. Rice, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attach^ for air. 
Conidr. Francis A. Klavcncss, asst. navalattach6 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Nils W. Olsson, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Eolfe A. Haatvedt, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. John M. Echols, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Wallace IVIcClure, senior economic analyst 

Walter S. Surrey, attache - 

Richard A. Forsyth, attache 

Norman Guernsey Swift, economic analyst 

Fdwin S. Morby, vice consul 

Grant Olson, attache 

William W. Corcoran, consul general 

Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul. 

Finn B.Jensen, vice consul 

Benjamin Reath Rlggs, consul 

Horace A . Browne, vice consul. 

Frank F. Hass, consular agent 



Leland Harrison, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

J. Klahr Huddle, counselor of legation 

Daniel J. Reagan, commercial attache 

George Tait, first secretary 

Donald F. Bigelow, first secretary 

Gardner Richardson, first secretary 

Warren M. Chase, second secretary 

Dale W. Maher, second secretary , 

John H. Madonne, second secretary (consul) 

Harrison Lewis, second secretary 

George McM. Godley, 2d, third secretary 

Brig. Gen. Barnwell R. Legge, military attache 
and military attache for air. 

Col. F. Edgar Cheatle, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Alfred R. W. de Jonge, asst. military 

attache. 
Capt. Charles T.Katsalnos, asst. military attache 

Capt. Lloyd A. Free, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Dean Raymond Rexford, asst. military 
attache. 

John H. Madonne, consul (second secretary) 

J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul. 

Buford Q. Rogers, vice consul. 

David M. Maynard, attache 

Morton Bach, senior economic analyst 

Adlai Merriman Ewing, administrative officer... 

Miss Dorothy M. Pells, attache _.. 

Welter H. Sholes, consul gent ral 

John A. Lehrs, vice consul 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul. 

Robert D. Shea, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Tennessee 

New York 

Michigan.. 

New York 

California..- 

Wisconsin 

Massachusetts 

New York 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 
Missouri 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Virginia 

Minnesota 

Connecticut. 

Indiana.. 

Missouri 

Texas 

California 

New York 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept.. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept .. 

Texas 

Maine 

Mississippi 

California 

New Y'ork 

Texas 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Oklahoma.. 

Maryland 

Illinois 

Minnesota. 



Date of as- 
signment 



June 17,1942 
May 5, 1944 
Dec. 28,1942 
July 8, 1944 
Oct. 27,1944 



Dec. 
Dec. 

tNov. 
May 
June 
Jan. 

tDec. 
June 
Feb. 
Dec. 
June 
Apr. 



4, 1942 

4. 1942 
9, 1944 
8, 1944 

23, 1944 

8. 1943 
29, 1944 
14, 1938 

25. 1943 
30, 1942 

21. 1944 
24, 1944 



July 13,1937 



July 

Dec. 

Apr. 
INov. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug, 
tJuly 

Dec. 
JOct. 



7, 1941 

16. 1941 

15. 1942 
25,1941 

8, 1941 
16, 1939 

12. 1941 
1, 1938 

16. 1942 

12. 1941 

19. 1942 



Oct. 12,1944 
Nov. 28, 1941 

Apr. 20,1942 
May 7,1942 
July 9,1942 



Aug. 
lAug. 
luly 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
July 
July 
Nov. 



1, 1938 
2, 1926 
19. 1941 
19, 1944 
28, 1944 
26, 1944 
28, 1944 
31, 1941 
19, 1941 
22, 1941 
8, 1944 



40 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



SWITZERLAND— Continued 
Geneva (C) 

(T) 

Zurich (CO) . 



(T). 



SYRIA 
Damascus (L) 



(MA). 



THAILAND 

? t ate of war declared by Thai- 
land Jan. 25, 3942. 

TURKEY 



Paul C, Squire,' consul 

Howard Elting, Jr., vice consul 

William L. Mellon, vice consul ._. 

George L. Phillips, vice consul -.. 

Sam E. Woods,2 consul general - 

Maurice W. Altafler, consul 

Phil H. Hubbard, consul 

Miss Constance R. Harvey, vice consul 

Bolard More, vice consul — : 

Robert T. Cowan, vice consul 

Eugene Nabel, vice consul 

Julius C. Jensen, vice consul 

Charles Stoppani, vice consul 

Frederick R. Loofbourow, senior economic ana- 
lyst; vice consul. 
James C. Bell.s vice consul 

George Wadsworth,< envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Joseph C. Satterthwaite,' first secretary; consul.. 

James T. Scott,* commercial attache 

William J. Porter, vice consul 

Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson,* military attache 

Ma]. Duncan MacBryde,* asst. military attach6_. 
Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attach6_-_ 
Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,' asst. military attache.. 



Ankara (E)'. 



(MA & NA). 



ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Robert F. Kelley, counselor of embassy 

Edward B. Lawson, commercial attache 

Earl L. Packer, first secretary 

Harry L. Troutman, first secretary 

John E varts Horner, third secretary 

Wilfred V. MacDonald, third secretary 

Richard E. Gnade, third secretary 

Col. Frederick A. Pillet,« military air attache 

Capt. Webb Trammell, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 



Massachusetts... 

Illinois... 

Arizona 

New York 

Mississippi 

Ohio.... 

Vermont 

New York 

Ohio 

Texas 

Rhode Island 

Wyoming 

California 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Michigan 

Georgia 

Massachusetts... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept. 

War Dept-. 



July 
July 
Nov. 
Oct. 
July 
May 
July 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Jan, 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
tSept. 



19, 1941 

6. 1940 
3, 1944 

13, 1944 

3. 1942 
31, 1933 
19, 1941 
24, 1944 

3. 1941 
17, 1940 
17, 1936 
16. 1944 

9. 1943 
12, 1944 



Feb. 7, 1944 
ISept. 21, 1944 

Feb. 29,1944 
Dec. 1, 1942 
Feb. 13,1943 

}Jan. 8, 1944 
Nov. 10, 1942 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Apr. 10,1944 



Massachusetts... 
Dist. Columbia.. 

Utah.... 

Georgia 

Colorado , 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 



War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



tAug. 
Feb. 
Oct. 

tAug. 
June 
May 
Feb. 



9. 1941 
3, 1944 

29. 1942 

21. 1943 
2, 1944 

2. 1942 
29, 1944 



Dec. 11,1943 
Jan. 13,1942 



1 Consul general Dec. 7, 1944. 

* Assigned also to Vaduz, Liechtenstein; resident in Zflrlch. 

' Resident in Lugano. 

< Accredited also to Lebanon. 

« Serves as charge d'affaires ad interim except during such periods as the minister may be present at Damascus. 

» Assigned also to and resident in Beirut. 

' OflSce of Embassy also at Istanbul. 

' Also assistant military attache at Ankara. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



41 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



TURKEY— Continued 

Ankara (E)— Continued. 
(MA &NA)— Con.... 



(T). 



Adana (C) 

Iskenderun (Alexandretta) 

(C). 
Istanbul (Constantinople) 

(CG). 



(T). 



Izmir (Smyrna) (C). 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 
Pretoria, Transvaal (L) 



(MA & NA). 



Capetown, Cape Province 
(CO). 



Col. Theodore Babbitt, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Cedric H. Seager, asst. mDitary attache,. 

Capt. William F. Ross, asst. military attachfi 

Capt. Walter E. Seager, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. George C. Miles, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. George H. Earle, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Richard D. Sears, asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Donald Everett Webster, cultural-relations 

attache. 
Jeffrey Robson Short, Jr., senior economic analyst 

Paul J. Karm, vice consul 

Richard W. Byrd, consul 

Keld Christensen, vice consul... 

Paul S. Guinn, consul 

William R. Lynch, vice consul 

Lee E. Metcalf, vice consul 

Charles P. McVicker, Jr., vice consul. 

Homer W. Davis, special assistant. 

Frederick T. Merrill, special assistant.. 

Herbert J. Cummings, economic analyst. 

Donald R. Barton, economic analyst 

Ellis A. Johnson, vice consul. 



Gen. Thomas Holcomb, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 

Edward M. Groth, counselor of legation... 

Samuel H. Day,' commercial attache. 

Arthur L. Richards, second secretary 

Nicholas Feld, third secretary,. 

Harold Shullaw, third secretary 



Col. Breckinridge A. Day, military attache 

Capt. Richard B. Paulsen, 2 military air attache. 
Lt. Comdr. George B. McManus, naval attache 

and naval attache for air. 
Maj. Richard L. Nickerson, asst. naval attache 

for air. 
Lt. Charles C. Brady, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert D. McMillen, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Morris Golick,' asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert T. Donahue, asst. naval attache for air. 

H. Earle RussoU, consul general 

Irving N. Linnell, consul general 

R. Austin Acly, consul 

Roiand K. Beyer, vice consul 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept- 

Wisconsin... 



IHinois. 



New York 

Virginia 

Iowa 

Peimsylvania 

Kansas 

Texas 

New Jersey.. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Pennsylvania 

New York.. 

Massachusetts... 



Delaware. 



New York.. 
California.. 
California.. 

Mississippi. 
Illinois 



War Dept... 
W'ar Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept.. 

Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept 

Michigan 

Massachusetts. 
Massachusetts. 
Wisconsin 



Durban, Natal (C) E. Talbot Smith, consul Connecticut 



1 Assigned to serve at Johannesburg. 

' Assigned also to Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Southern Rhodesia, and Swaziland. 

' Assigned to serve at Capetown. 



Jan. 22,1944 

Mar. 3,1943 

July 13,1943 

Sept. 18, 1943 

Jan. 20,1942 

Jan. 2, 1943 

Oct. 17,1944 

Aug. 5, 1943 
May 23,1944 



June 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
tFeb. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



12, 1944 
7, 1944 

10. 1943 
21, 1944 

10. 1944 
8, 1943 

10. 1942 

18. 1942 
7, 1943 

28. 1943 

13. 1944 
15, 1941 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Oct. 1, 1942 

Apr. 16,1942 

July 14,1942 

July 15, 1944 

July 6, 1944 

Feb. 27,1941 

May 17,1944 

May 12,1944 



Aug. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Nov. 
Aug. 
May 
Aug. 
June 



4, 1944 

12. 1942 
7, 1944 

24, 1944 

6, 1944 
2, 1944 

19. 1943 
25, 1942 

2, 1941 



Mar. 10, 1943 6, OCO 



42 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRICA— Continued 



Johannesburg, 
(CQ). 



(T). 



Transvaal 



Port Elizabeth, Cape Prov- 
ince (C). 



UNION OF SOVIET 
SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 



Moscow (E). 



(U. S. Military Mission) 



(T). 



Vladivostok (CQ). 



Thomas D. Bowman, consul general 

William H. Beach, consul 

John S. Richardson, Jr., consul 

Robert W. Rinden, vice consul 

Miss Ann Van Wynen, vice consul.. 

Frank Anderson Henry, consul 

Kenneth A. Byrns, vice consul 



W. Averell Harriman, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

George F. Kennan, counselor of embassy 

Warwick Perkins, first secretary; consul 

Edward Page, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Francis Bowden Stevens, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
John Fremont Melby, second secretary; vice 

consul. 

Paul Paddock, third secretary; vice consul 

Richard H. Davis, third secretary; vice consul... 
Thomas P. Dillon, third secretary; vice consul... 

Paul M. Dutko, vice consul 

William E. Wallace, vice consul 

Maj. Gen. John R. Deane, military member; chief. 
Maj. Gen. Edmund W. Hill, military member... 
Brig. Gen. Sydney I. Spaulding, military member 
Rear Admiral Clarence E. Olsen, naval member. 

Capt. Samuel B. Frankel, naval member... 

Capt. Ronald H. Allen, naval member 

Capt. Denys William Knoll, naval member 

Capt. Charles J. Zondorak, naval member 

Capt. Jackson R. Tate, naval member 

Comdr. Charles M. Parker, naval member 

Comdr. Clifford E. Allen, naval member 

Lt. Comdr. George D. Roullard, naval member.. 

Lt. Comdr. John H. Harshaw, naval member 

Lt. Comdr. Edward W. Yorke, Jr., naval member. 

Maj. John Minor Maury, naval member.. 

Lt. Comdr. Vincent A. Autuori, naval member. . 

Lt. Willard W. Cram, naval member 

Lt. Philip Worchel, naval member 

Lt. Joseph Chase, naval member 

Lt. Robert P. Meiklejohn, naval member 

Lt. Richard K. Holden, naval member 

Lt. Carl C. Bland, naval member. 

Lt. (jg) Joseph L. Richardson, naval member 

Lt. (jg) Boyd F. Greene, naval member. 

Louis Guy Michael, attache 

Walter Galenson, attache 

Thomas P. Whitney, attach^ 

Frederick C. Barghoorn, attachfi 

Joseph J. Bulik, attache. 

Robert C. Tucker, attache 

Joseph Osgood Hanson, Jr., attache... 

Oliver Edmund Clubb, consul general 



Missouri 

Virginia 

Massachusetts... 

Iowa. 

Texas 

Delaware. 

Colorado 



New York. 



Wisconsin _ 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. 
New York 



Illinois. 



Iowa 

New York 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania... 

Pennsylvania... 

War Dept.. 

WarDept 

War Dept. 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Michigan. 

New York 

Ohio >.... 

Massachusetts.. 

New York. 

Missouri 

Illinois 

Minnesota 



Oct. 1, 1941 

Oct. 2, 1941 

July 14,1942 

May 20,1943 

tApr. 13,1943 

June 24,1942 

May 20,1943 



Oct. 7, 1943 



May 22, 
Nov. 10, 
Feb. 27, 
Aug. 

Mar. 20, 



Sept. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

June 
tMar. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

May 

Dec. 

Sept. 

May 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

May 
tSept. 



1944 
1942 
1942 
1942 

1943 

1944 
1943 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1941 
1941 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1941 
1943 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 



6,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



43 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


URUGUAY 










Montevideo (E) 


William Dawson, ambassador extraordinary and 


Minnesota 


Feb. 11,1941 


$17, 500 




plenipotentiary. 










Dudley 0. Dwyre, counselor of embassy; consul 


Colorado 


tApr. 1, ig42 


8,200 




general. 










Robert Q. Glover, commercial attache 


Florida 


Mar. 12, 1940 
Jan. 15,1942 


6,400 




Edward J. Sparks, first secretary; consul 


New York 


6,200 




Robert Y. Brown, second secretary; consul 

Whitney Young, second secretary, consul. 


Alabama. .. ... 


Feb. 20,1941 

May 22, 1944 


4,700 




New York 


4,500 




Reginald Bragonier, Jr., second secretary; vice 


Maryland 


Sept. 11,1936 


4,100 




consul. 










Arthur B. Emmons, 3d, third secretary; vice 


Massachusetts. . . 


Oct. 22,1942 


3,600 




consul. 










Stewart Q. Anderson, third secretary; vice consul. 
John L. Topping, third secretary; vice consul 


lUlnois 


Dec. 3, 1941 
May 20, 1943 


3,000 




New York 


3,000 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Harry E. McKinney, military attache 


WarDept 


Aug. 10, 1944 






Lt. Col. Emmett B. Cassady, military air attache. 


War Dept 


Apr. 28,1944 






Comdr. Albert Benjamin, naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 16,1941 






naval attache for air. 










Maj. William A. Tidwell, Jr., asst. military 


M'ar Dept 


Feb. 11,1943 






attache. 










Capt. Carleton Ashley, asst. military attache 


WarDept 


Oct. 21,1943 






Lt. Donald C. Leavens, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 20,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Peter J. Brennan, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 24, 1943 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T) 


Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attache 


California 

Pennsylvania 


June 7, 1944 
Jan. 10,1943 






Franklin W. Wolf, senior economic analyst 






Nat B. King, 2 special assistant . .. 


Texas 


Nov. 25. 1944 






C. Montagu Pigott, senior economic analyst 


Ohio 


Oct. 31,1942 






Erequiel D. Salinas, special assistant 


Texas 


Aug. 17,1942 






Frank E. Sheehy, senior economic analyst 


Ohio 


May 20,1942 






Joseph Q. Weimer, senior economic analyst 


Indiana 


JDec. 11,1942 






John T. Fishburn, economic analyst ... 


Oklahoma 

New Jersey 


May 9, 1944 
Sept. 19, 1944 






Joseph E. Wiedenmayer, senior economic analyst- 






Albert B. Franklin, cultural-relations attache 


Massachusetts... 


Feb. 13,1943 






John W. Mitchell, Junior economic analyst. 


Minnesota 


Mar. 1,1942 






Frederick C. Weimer, junior economic analyst... 


Indiana 


Feb. 20,1942 






Albert F. Breazeale, junior economic analyst 


Alabama 


Apr. 25,1942 






John J. Zozaya, junior economic analyst 


Nebraska 


July 14,1942 






Fred H. Decker, junior economic analyst 


Kentucky.. . . 


June 12,1942 






Carson 0. Crocker, Junior economic analyst 


New Jersey 


Sept. 11,1942 






Thomas D. Kingsley, junior economic analyst 


Massachusetts... 


Dec. 23,1942 




VENEZUELA 










Caracas (E) 


Frank P. Corrigan, ambassador extraordinary and 


Ohio 


Jan. 20,1939 


17,600 




plenipotentiary. 








Joseph Flack, counselor of em bassy 


Pennsylvania ... 


May 9, 1941 


8,800 




Osbom S. Watson, commercial attache... 


Georgia 


Nov. 2, 1937 


6,000 




Thomas J. Maleady, second secretary 


Massachusetts 


July 20,1940 


4,500 




William P. Wright, asst. commercial attache 


Dist, Columbia.. 


Aug. 19,1943 


4,400 




Sherburne Dillingham, second secretary 


New Jersey 


tAug. 13,1942 


4,200 




Carl Breuer, second secretary 


New York 

Illinois 


JMay 3, 1944 
tAug. 21, 1944 


4,000 




Maurice M. Bernbaum, second secretary 


4,000 




John P. Hoover, asst. commercial attache 


California.. 


July 28.1942 


3,500 



' Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Asuncion; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 
2 Temporarily. 



44 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 19 45 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


VENEZUELA-Continned 










Caracas (E)— Continued. 










(MA & NA) 


Col. Henri A. Luebbermann, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Carl Q. Wagner, military air attach^ 


War Dept 

War Dept-. 


{June 23,1943 
Aug. 23, 1944 










Comdr. William L. Kilcoin, naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 18, 1944 






naval attache lor air. 










Maj. Edmund J. E. McCarthy, asst. military 


War Dept 


Mar. 28, 1942 






attache. 










Maj. Louis Miccio, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


May 20, 1944 






Lt. Sterling J. Cottrell, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


May 25,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Charles D. Evans, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 13, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Paul E. Bixler, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 17, 1944 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Lewis H. Orland, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 8,1944 






naval attache for air. 








fCG) 


James P. MofBtt, consul general 


New York 


tJuly 6, 1944 


$6, 900 




William L. Krieg, vice consul 


Ohio 


Mar. 28, 1944 


3, 6no 




William L. S. Williams, vice consul 


Wisconsin 


Jan. 12,1943 


2,750 




George R. Phelan, vice consul 


California 


June 29,1937 




(T) 


James H. Kempton, agricultural adviser.. 


Maryland 


Sept. 7,1942 








Texas 


July 1, 1942 






Curtis Waldo Barnes, senior economic analyst... 


Montana.. 


May 26,1943 






Virgil C. Applewhite, special assistant 


Mississippi 


Oct. 19,1942 






D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, cultural-relations 


New York 


July 15,1942 






attache. 










William Henry Bowden, economic analyst 


New York 


June 5, 1943 






Robert Joseph Fitzpatrick, vice consul .. 


Kentucky 


June 15,1944 






Miss Ellen Collins, cultural-relations assistant.. . 


New York 


Nov. 11, 1944 




Caripito, Monagas (VC) 
(T). 




Pennsylvania 


Jan. 3, 1944 










LaGuaira (VC) (T) 




Oklahoma 


Oct. 3, 1944 








May 14,1943 




zoategui (VC). 












Odin G Loren, consul 


Washington 


Mar. 18,1944 


4,200 




Harold D. Pease, vice consul.. 


California 


Nov. 27, 1943 




(T) 


Austin J. Rittenhouse,2 vice consul 


Oklahoma. _ 


Jan. 3, 1944 




YUGOSLAVIA s 






Belgrade (Bcograd) (E) 


Richard C. Patterson, Jr., appointed ambassador 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 


New York 


Sept. 21,1944 


17,500 




Harold Shantz, counselor of embassy 


New York 


Dec. 23,1943 


8,200 




Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attache 


Pennsylvania 


Aug. 15,1944 


4,300 




William N. Fraleigh, third secretary; vice consul. 


New Jersey 


Oct. 16,1944 


3, 500 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Comdr. David E. Frierson, naval attache 
and naval attache for air. 


Navy Dept- 


Dec. 15,1944 










Maj. Caleb F. Gates, Jr., asst. military attache.... 


War Dept 


Nov. 13, 1944 




Consular oflBces In Yugo- 










slavia closed. 











• Temporarily. 2 Temporarily at La Guaira. ' Government of Yugoslavia established in England. 

< Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Norway, and 
Poland established in London; resident in London. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



45 



Name 



Achilles, Theodore C 

Bacon, J. Kenley 

Bailey, E. Tomlin 

Ballantine, Joseph W 

Barnes, William 

Belovsky, Sidney A 

BenninghoS, H. MerrelL. 

Benson, Barry T 

Blake, Gllson G 

Boal, Pierre de L. 2 

Bohan, Merwin L .. 

Bohlen, Charles E 

Bonbright, James C. H... 

Brown, James E., Jr 

Bylngton, Homer M.,Jr. 

Cabot, John M 

Cannon, Cavendish W... 

Canty, George R. , 

Carrigan, John Wlllard.., 
Chapman, J. Holbrook... 

Chase, Augustus S 

Cochran, William P., Jr.. 

Colquitt, Adrian B 

Cootes, Merritt N.. 

Cory, Thomas J' -. 

Cox, Raymond E- 

Crawford, William A 

Davis. Monnett B , 

Davis, Nathaniel P 

Dawson, Allan 

Day, Henry B.' 

Dick, HasfellH 

Dickover. Erie R 

Dooman, Eugene H 

duBois, Coert 

Durbrow, Elbridge 

Elbrick, C. Burke. 

English, Clifton P 

Erhardt. John G 

Farrell, William S 

Ferris, Walton C 

Flood, Douglas 

Foster, Andrew B 

Foster, Carol H 

Freers, Edward L 

Gauss, Clarence E 

Geist, Raymond H 

George, W. Perry. 

Gordon, George A.' 

Graves, George M 

Grew, Joseph C 

Gnfler, Bernard 

Hall, Monroe B 

Hamilton, Maxwell M... 
Harrison, Landrcth M... 



Whence appointed 



District of Columbia.. 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey 

M assachusetts 

Massachusetts 

New York 

New York 

Texas 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Texas 

Massachusetts 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

M assachusetts 

Utah 

Massachusetts 

California 

District of Columbia. 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia 

Virginia.. 

California 

New York 

Permsy 1 vania . . .' 

Colorado 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Connecticut 

South Carolina 

California 

New York 

California 

California 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

New York 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Connecticut 

Ohio 

Alabama 

New York 

Vermont 

New Hampshire 

Washington 

New York 

Iowa 

Minnesota 



Date of 


assignment' 


July 


9, 1041 


Aug. 


28, 


1941 


June 


19, 


1942 


Jan. 


7, 


1942 


July 


15, 


1941 


Feb. 


14 


1944 


Aug. 


24 


1942 


Oct. 


19 


1044 


July 


2, 


1942 


Jan. 


22, 


1944 


July 


10 


1944 


June 


3 


1942 


June 


19 


1942 


Feb. 


18 


1943 


Apr. 


4 


1941 


July 


3 


1941 


Mar. 


15 


1941 


Nov. 


16 


1943 


July 


1 


1942 


Jan. 


13 


1944 


June 


3 


1942 


Oct. 


11 


1943 


Dec. 


4 


1944 


Sept. 


14 


1944 


Aug. 


23 


1944 


Sept. 


30 


1943 


July 


21 


1944 


Apr. 


25 


1941 


Sept. 


3 


1943 


June 


20 


1944 


June 


8 


1944 


Sept. 


17 


1941 


June 


28 


1943 


Feb. 


16 


1943 


Oct. 


7 


1941 


May 


28 


,1942 


Aug. 


9 


1944 


May 


10 


,1944 


Feb. 


25 


1941 


Feb. 


19 


1944 


Oct. 


21 


1941 


Jan. 


6 


1944 


July 


14 


1944 


Aug. 


29 


,1941 


July 


21 


,1944 


Nov. 


3 


,1944 


Feb. 


11 


1944 


Apr. 


24 


,1941 


Apr. 


4 


,1941 


Nov. 


29 


,1944 


Sept 


1 


,1942 


Jan. 


3 


,1942 


Apr. 


15 


,1944 


July 


3 


,1944 


Oct. 


IG 


,1944 



Salary 



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

' Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

> Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



629065—45- 



46 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 

OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 



Whence appointed 



Date of 
assignment i 



Harrison, Bandolph. 



Heacock, Roger L 

Henderson, George D 

Henry, David H., 2d 

Henry, R. Horton 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Hughes, Morris N .-- 

Huston, Cloyce K 

Hutton, Paul C 

Jester, Perry N 

Johansen, Beppo R 

Johnson, U. Alexis 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr 

Jones, J. Wesley 

Josselyn, Paul R 

Keeler, Erwln P 

Knox, Charles F., Jr 

Kohler, Foy D 

Krentz, Kenneth 

Lafoon, Sidney K 

Leverich, Henry P 

Lockhart, Frank P 

Macatee, Robert B 

Mallon, Patrick 

Matthews, H. Freeman 

McDonough, Dayle C 

McOonigal, Donal F.2 

McGurk, Joseph F 

McKenna, James E 

McLaughlin, Edward D — 

Meeklns, Lynn W. 2. 

Meyer, Paul W_ 

Minor, Harold B 

Montgomery, Edmund B. 

Moose, James S., Jr. 2 

Morgan, John H._ 

Murray, Alton T.2. 

Oakee, Calvin Hawley 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 2 

Ocheltree, John B 

Palmer, John Peabody 

Parsons, J. Graham 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr... 

Peck, WlUys R.3 

Penfleld, James K 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 

Perkins, Troy L 

Pllcher, James B 

PUM, Edwin A 

Pool, John O 

Reams, R. Borden 

Reber, Samuel * 

Richards, J. Bartlett 2 

Richardson, W. Garland.. 



Virginia 

California 

California 

New York 

Arizona 

New York 

Illinois 

Iowa 

North Carolina - 

Virginia •-.. 

Florida 

California 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Iowa 

Indiana 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Virginia 

New Jersey 

Texas 

Virginia... 

Ohio 

Maryland... 

Missotiri 

New York 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts.. 

Arkansas 

Pennsylvania... 

Colorado 

Kansas 

Illinois 

Arkansas 

Massachusetts.. 

California 

South Carolina. 

Arkansas 

Nevada 

Washington 

New York 

New York 

California 

California 

California 

Kentucky 

Georgia 

Maryland 

Delaware 

Pennsylvania. . 

New York 

Maryland 

Virginia _. 



Feb. 21,1942 

Nov. 10, 1942 

June 29,1944 

Oct. 6, 1944 

June 19,1942 

Sept. 19, 1944 

Sept 10,1943 

July 7, 1941 

Sept. 26, 1941 

Aug. 29,1941 

June 3, 1942 

July 7, 1944 

Aug. 13,1942 

Mar. 8,1941 

Aug. 28, 1943 

July 9, 1943 

Feb. 10,1942 

Nov. 29, 1941 

May 26,1943 

Feb. 16,1942 

Feb. 26,1943 

Aug. 24, 1942 

May 1, 1941 

Nov. 10, 1944 

June 28,1943 

Sept. 29, 1943 

May 31, 1944 

Aug. 19,1942 

Nov. 5,1941 

Dec. 7, 1943 

Jan. 31,1944 

June 3, 1942 

July 23,1943 

Nov. 2,1943 

Aug. 12,1944 

Sept. 22, 1943 

Sept. 29, 1944 

July 1, 1941 

June 27,1944 

Dec. 9, 1944 

Nov. 30, 1944 

Dec. 1, 1942 

Nov. 18, 1944 

Sept. 21, 1942 

Dec. 20,1944 

Mar. 26, 1942 

Sept. 3,1942 

Dec. 23,1941 

May 31,1941 

Nov. 28, 1942 

June 20,1942 

Aug. 15,1944 

May 27, 1944 

July 7, 1944 



' The length of an ofl3cer's service In the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on which he reports 
for duty. 

2 Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

5 Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

* Temporarily detailed to London as counselor of mission on stafl of U. S. Political Adviser, Supreme Headquarters, 
Allied Expeditionary Force. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



47 



Name 



RIddleberger, James W 

Scherer, George F 

Schoenfeld, II. F. Arthur ». 

Schoenrich, Edwin 

Smith, Henry T 

Stanton, Edwin F 

Stelntorr, Paul P.. 

Steyne, Alan N 

Sturgeon, Leo D.. 

Summerlln, Oeorg* T 

Timberlake, Clare H 

Travers, Howard K. 

Trimble, William C 

Turner, William T _ 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr.3 

Vance, Marshall M.'. 

Vincent, John Carter 

Ward, Angus 3 

Warren, Fletcher 

Wasson, Thomas C 

Wells, Milton K _-_ 

Wendelin, Eric C 

Williams, Frank S 

Willis, Miss Frances E 

Wilson, Evan M 

Wright, James H 



Whence appointed 



Virginia 

New York.. 

District of Columbia. 

Maryland 

Georgia - . . 

California 

Virginia 

New York 

Illinois 

Louisiana 

Michigan 

New York 

Maryland 

Georgia 

West Virginia 

Ohio.. 

Georgia 

Michigan 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Oklahoma 

Massachusetts 

Mississippi 

California. 

Pennsylvania 

Missouri 



Date of 
assignment < 



Oct. 

Apr. 

June 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

June 

Aug. 

June 

June 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Apr. 

June 

Apr. 

Dec. 

June 



28. 1943 
1,1941 

30. 1944 
25,1941 
24, 1944 
24,1942 

3,1943 
23,1943 
27, 1941 
25, 1941 

26. 1943 
22,1942 
24,1942 

3, 1942 

29. 1944 
18, 1944 
16,1942 
21, 1944 

15. 1943 
18, 1041 
13.1944 

21. 1944 
3,1942 

22, 1944 
26,1942 
11, 1941 



Salary 



$6,200 
4,100 
9,000 
6,100 
3,000 
8,200 
7,000 
6,200 
8,000 

10,000 
4,500 
8,200 
4,500 
6,000 
4,000 
7,200 
8,000 
7,400 
8,200 
6,100 
4,600 
6,000 
7,600 
6,200 
4,000 
4,600 



OFFICERS ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



Name 



Beach, Arthur Eugene * 

Flood, Peter H. A 

Oowen, Franklin C 

Hoskins, Harold Boies < 

Kifer, Russell Stanley < 

Landis, James McCauley * ».. 

Levison, George Lewis * 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 

Mathews, Jeff Douglas * 

Myers, Harold Edwin * 

Ozzard, Charles J. « 

Peterson, Edward M._< 

Rountree, William M.* 

Schott, William W.. 

Shollenberger, Joseph H.< 

Smith, Donald W 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr 

Villard. Henry H.< 

Winters, George H 

Young, Roland A.* 



Where assigned 



Middle East Supply Center 

Ciudad Juirez 

Vatican City 

Middle East Supply Center 

...do 

.-..do 

...do 

European Advisory Commission, London.. 

Middle East Supply Center 

..-.do 

do 

do 

do 

Allied Commission for Italy 

Middle East Supply Center 

Department of Commerce 

Vatican City 

North African Joint Economic Commission. 

Ciudad Juarez 

Middle East Supply Center 



Whence appointed 



Maryland 

New Hampshire 
Pennsylvania.. - 

New York 

Maryland 

Massachusetts.. 

California 

New Jersey 

Montana.. 

Kansas. 

New Jersey 

Montana 

Georgia 

Kansas 

Illinois 

Maryland 

Missouri 

Massachusetts.. 

Kansas 

Massachusetts. - 



Date of 
assignment 



July 

Feb. 

Aug. 

May 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

July 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

May 

Dec. 

May 



11, 1944 

6. 1942 
2, 1944 

24, 1944 

7. 1943 
17, 1943 
15, 1943 
13, 1943 
20, 1943 

12. 1943 

1. 1944 
8, 1943 
1, 1942 

28. 1944 

26. 1943 

24. 1944 
24, 1941 

10. 1943 

22. 1944 
11, 1943 



Salary 



$5,100 
6,200 



4,200 



6,200 



4,400 
9,200 



7,000 



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

- Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

2 Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 
* Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 

5 With the personal rank of minister. 



48 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 
OFFICERS ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 



Whence appointed 



Date of 
assignment 



Salary 



Butrick, Richard P... 
Cochran, H. Merle--. 
DeCourcy, William E 



New York 
Arizona- -- 
Texas 



May 25, 1944 
Dec. 9, 1942 
Aug. 17,1944 



$9,200 
10.000 
8, 200 



OFFICERS ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING REESTABLISHED 



Name 



Bates, Robert C.i 

Brooks, Russell M 

Brownlee, Roland H.'.. 

Bruner, Glen W 

Burdett, WUliam C. Jr- 
Burris, Philip Howell--. 

Collins, Atwood, 2d 

Cooper, Charles A 

Downs, Donald • 

Doyle, Albert M 



Farringer, Dale E.i 

Fitzgerald, WUliam B.L 



Gannett, Michael R 

Qasque, J. AUard- 

Orampp, William D.' 

Hammond, B. Miles 

Handley, William Jules L 



Heard , Alexander • - 

Ingle, Edward M 

La Rue, G. Wallace 

Lavalee, Jerome R 

Leggett, Herbert B.i 

Lutkins, LaRue R 

Marvel, William W.i 

McCargar, James G 

McCarty, Glenn R.' 

McGregor, Robert G., Jr--. 

McKay, Donald S.' 

McSweeney, John M 

Middlebrook, Robert W 

Mitchell, William A 

Moss, Herman ' 

Nolan, Thomas F.' 

O'Brien, Mrs. Pattie Field ' 



Reese, Raymond E 

Robbins, Warren Delano L 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 

Schnee, Alexander ' 

Sitton, OraS.2 

Smith, Miss A. Viola 

Squire, John P._ 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr_ 

Stoops, Don ' 

Thayer, Cha.les W.-. 

Usher, Richard E_. 

Whittinghill, George D 

Wilkinson, Edward G.i 



Status 



On leave for military duty - 

Consul at Lyon; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do ..- - -- - 



-do. 
-do- 
.do- 



On leave of absence without pay 

On leave for military duty. - 

Consul general at Amsterdam; office not yet reestab- 
lished. 

On leave for military duty 

Senior economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet 
reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do — 



Vice consul at Genoa; office not yet reestablished 

On leave for military duty 

Economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet re- 
established. 

On leave for military duty 

-.-do _ 



On leave of absence without pay- 
On leave for military duty 

...-do -.- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do. 
.do. 



On leave pending resignation. 

On leave for mUitary duty 

-.-do- 



.do. 
-do- 



Vice consul at Genoa; office not yet reestablished 

On leave for military duty 

Administrative assistant at Amsterdam; office not yet 
reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

---.do 



-do- 
.do. 



Vice consul at Lyon; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave of absence without pay 

On leave for military duty 

---.do 



-do. 
-do- 
.do. 



...do. - 

Senior economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet 
reestablished. 



Whence appointed 


Salary 


Montana -. 




Oregon- 


$6,200 


New York 


Colorado . . 


4,100 


Georgia 


2,750 


Ohio 




Connecticut 




Nebraska 

Nevada—- 


4,200 


Michigan ... 


7,200 


Minnesota --- . 




District of Columbia 




New York 


2,750 


South Carolina 




Illinois - . 




South Carolina 


4,000 


District of Columbia .- . 




Georgia. . 




Texas 




Missouri 


. 4,000 


Massachusetts 


California 




New York . .. ..- 


2,750 


Maryland -.- 




California 




Iowa 




New York 


4,600 


New York 




Massachusetts. 




New York 




Maine 




New York -- 




Wisconain 




Colorado 




District of Columbia 




District of Columbia -. . 




Indiana 




New York 




Washington 




California 

Massachusetts.- 


5,100 


California 




Oklahoma 




Pennsylvania. 




Wisconsin 




New York . 




District of Columbia 





1 Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 



> Temporarily at Paris. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
SPECIAL OFFICES 



49 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment 


Salary 


BULGARIA 

Sofia (Sofiya) (OflBce of the United 


Maynard B. Barnes, Foreign Serv- 
ice officer. 

Milton C. Rewinkel, secretary 

Robert C. Strong, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Cyril E. Black, attachS - 

Robert D. Murphy, United States 
political adviser.' 

Donald R. Heath, counselor of 
mission (also counselor of mission 
at Berlin). 

Parker W. Buhrman, Foreign Serv- 
ice officer. 

Sydney B. Redecker, secretary 

A. Dana Hodgdon, first secretary; 
consul. 

Ware Adams, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Jacob D. Beam, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Carmel Offie, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Brewster H. Morris, secretary 

Frederick J. Mann, secretary... 

John W. Tuthill, secretary; vice 
consul. 

Edward M. -Mueller, senior eco- 
nomic analyst. 

Ralph M. Wood, senior economic 
analyst. 

John E. Utter, economic analyst 

William Bruce Lockling, attache 
(also attache at Berlin). 

John L. Chase, vice consul (also 
vice consul at Berlin). 

Louis A. Wiesner, Foreign Service 
Auxiliary officer (also vice consul 
at Berlin). 

Miss Virginia I. Cullen, adminis- 
trative assistant (also adminis- 
trative assistant at Berlin). 

Miss Tomena Jo Thoreson, admin- 
istrative assistant. 


Iowa 


Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 
Nov. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 


24, 1944 

22, 1944 
23, 1944 

1, 1944 

15, 1944 
1,1944 

5,1944 

30, 1944 
26, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

11, 1944 

8, 1944 
20, 1944 
16, 1944 

6, 1944 

17, 1944 

23, 1944 

4, 1944 

1, 1944 
1, 1944 

20, 1944 

20, 1944 


$9, 200 
4 000 


States Representative in Bulgaria.) 


Minnpsntft 




Wisconsin . 


3 500 


(T) 


New Jersey 

Wisconsin... 




GERMANY 

Office of the United States Political 


9,600 


Adviser to Supreme Headquarters, 
Allied Expeditionary Force. 


Kansas 


9,000 




Virginia 


8,200 




New York 


8,200 




MarylfiTiii 


7,000 




Georgia 


5,100 




New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

New York 


4,500 

4,200 

4,000 
3,500 


(T) 


Massachusetts 

District of Colum- 
bia. 
New York. 


3,000 






' 


New York 

Washington 

New York 














Michigan . 






Pennsylvania 

North Dakota 













'With the personal rank of ambassador. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment 


Salary 


ITALY 

Naples (Office of the United States 
Political Adviser on the staff of the 
Supreme Allied Commander, Med- 


Joseph E. Jacobs, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Cecil Wayne Gray, counselor of 

mission. 
James Orr Denby, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Theodore J. Hohenthal, Foreign 

Service officer. 
G. Frederick Reinhardt, Foreign 

Service officer. 
Carl F. Norden, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Thomas S. Estes, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Leslie Albion Squires, Foreign Ser- 
vice officer.' 
James Lucian McCamy, adviser on 

economic affairs. 
Sydney L. W. Mellen, senior eco- 
nomic analyst. 
Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural 

adviser. 
Eric L. Pridonoff, economic analyst. 
Alexander C. Kirk, United States 

representative. 2 
Charles A. Livengood, economic 

counselor. 
H. Coit MacLean, consul general-., 
Lester L. Schnare, consul general. __ 
Ernest E. Evans, consul 


South Carolina 

Tennessee 


Jan. 1. 1945 

Dec. 23,1944 

Dec. 28,1944 

Sept. 13, 1944 

Nov. 23, 1943 

Mar. 23, 1944 

Aug. 2, 1944 

Dec. 9, 1944 

Dec. 27,1944 

Dec. 20, 1944 

Dec. 28,1944 

Dec. 18,1944 
Mar. 31, 1944 

Dec. 3, 1943 

tOct. 20,1944 
Aug. 26,1944 
Aug. 25,1944 
May 25, 1944 

tJune 23,1944 
June 17, 1944 
Oct. 9, 1944 

tJune 23, 1944 
Sept. 20, 1944 

tNov. 15, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 
Sept. 25, 1944 
June 10,1944 
Oct. 25,1944 

Oct. 23,1944 
Oct. 26,1944 

Dec. 26,1944 

Oct. 7, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Dec. 28,1944 
Dec. 14,1944 


$10, 000 
7 000 


iterranean Theater) . 


Indiana 


6,600 
4,100 
4,000 
3 600 


1 


California 




California 




New York . . 




Massachusetts 

California 


2,750 
2 750 


(T) 


Texas 






District of Colum- 
bia. 
Virginia 










California 




Rome (Office of the United States 


Illinois. .__ .. . .. 


10 000 


Representative on the Advisory 
Council for Italy). 


Washington 

Virginia . . 


8,200 
8 900 




Georgia .. 


7 800 




New York 


5 100 




Walter C. Dowling, secretary 

John L. Goshie, secretary- 


Georgia 


4,500 
4,000 
3,000 
3 000 




New York 




Robert H. McBride, secretary 

H. Gardner Ainsworth, secretary 

Joseph N. Greene, Jr., secretary 

Victor H. Loftus, vice consul 

Joseph R. Evans, vice consul 

Robert A. Griggs, vice consul 

Linton Crook, vice consul 


Michigan . 




Louisiana . 




Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

District of Colum- 
bia. 


2,750 






(T) 






Alabama 






Biagio Di Venuti, economic analyst.. 

William A. Conkright, senior eco- 
nomic analyst. 

John I. Kross, agricultural economist 

James Parker Wilson, asst. agricul- 
tural attachS. 

Harry Le Bovit, agricultural eco- 
nomist. 

Burton Y. Berry, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Roy M. Melbourne, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Charles E. Hulick, Jr., Foreign Serv- 
ice officer. 

Clayton E. Whipple, agricultural 
adviser. 

Ray Pearce Walters, Foreign Service 
Auxiliary officer. 


Massachusetts 

District of Colum- 
bia. 

New Jersey 

California 


















District of Colum- 
bia. 

Indiana 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania.. 

New York 

New York 




RUMANIA 

Bucharest (Office of the United States 
Representative in Rumania). 

(T) 


5,100 
4.000 
2,500 















Temporarily 



2 With the personafrank of ambassador. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 
DESCRIPTION OF CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



[This list contains only those countries In which 
AFGHANISTAN 



Kabul 
All Of Afghanistan. 



Buenos Aires 
All of Argentina. 



ARGENTINA 



AUSTRALIA 

Adelaide, South Anstralia 

The State of South Australia. 
Brisbane, Queensland 

The State of Queensland. 
Melbourne, Victoria 

The State of Victoria, and Tasmania. 
Perth, Western Australia 

The State of Western Australia. 
Sydney, New South Wales 

The State of New South Wales; the Territories of the Com- 
monwealth (the Federal Capital Territory, the Northern 
Territory of Australia, the Territory of Papua, the Territory 
of Norfolk Island, and the Mandated Territory of New 
Guinea); and the Mandated Territory of Nauru. The 
British Solomon Islands, the Gilbert and Ellice Islands 
Colony, and the New Hebrides. 

BELGIUM AND BELGIAN CONGO AND ADJACENT 
TERRITORY 

(Belgium) 
Antwerp 

The Provinces of Antwerp, East Flanders, West Flanders, 
Limburg, and Lifege (including the former German territories 
denominated Eupen-Malmfedy). 

Brussels 

The Provinces of Brabant, Hainaut, Luxembourg (Bel- 
glum), and Namur. 

(Africa) 

Liopoldville, Belgian Congo 

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

BRAZIL 

Bahia (Sao Salvador), Babia 

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

Bello Horizonte, Minas Geraes 

The State of Minas Geraes. 



the consular districts have been definitely delimited.] 
Florianopolis, Santa Catharina 

The State of Santa Catharina. 
Fortaleza, Ceari 

The State of Ceara. 
Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 

The State of Rio Grande do Norte. 

Para (Belem), Pari 

The States of Amazonas, Maranhfio, and Par6; that portion 
of the State of Piauhy lying north of 8° south latitude, and 
Acre territory. 

Pernambuco (Recife), Pernambuco 

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

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 

The State of Rio Grande do Sul. 

Rio de Janeiro 

The State of Rio de Janeiro and the Federal District. 
Victoria (vice consulate): The State of Esplrito Santo. 

Santos, Sao Paulo 

The port and municipality of Santos and the mimicipallty 
of Sfio Vicente in the State of 85o Paulo. 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

The State of Sao Paulo, excepting the port and municipal- 
ity of Santos and the municipality of Sfio Vicente, and the 
States of Parana, Matto Grosso and Goyaz. 

CHILE 
Antofagasta 

The Provinces of Antofagasta and Atacama. 

Santiago 

The Provinces of Arauco, Aysen, Bio-BIo, Cautin, Chilo6, 
Colchagua, Concepcion, Curico, Linares, Llanqulhue, Maga- 
llanes, Malleco, Maule, Nuble, O'Higglns, Osorno, Santiago, 
Talca, Tarapaca, and Valdivia. 

Valparaiso 

The Provinces of Aconcagua, Coquimbo, and Valparaiso, 
together with Easter Island and Juan Fernandez Islands. 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY 

Chungking, Szechwan (informally) 

The Provinces of Chinghai, Honan, Hupeh, Kansu, 
Ninghsia, Shensi, Siliang, Sinkiang, Suiyuan, and Szechwan. 

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Kunming (Yunnanfu), (informally) 

The Provinces of Chekiang, Fukien, Hunan, Kiangsi, 
Kwangsi, Kwangttmg, Kweichow, Yunnan, and Tibet. 

COLOMBIA 
Barranquilla 

The Departments of Atl&ntico, Magdalena, and the Comi' 
saria of Goajira. 

Bogoti 

The Departments of Boyacfi, Cundinamarca, Tollma, and 
Huila; that portion of the Department of Caldas lying to the 
east of the Cauca River basin; the Comisarfas of Arauca, 
Vichada, Vaup6s, CaquetS, Putumayo, and Amazonas; and 
the Intendencia of Meta. 

Bucaramanga 

The Departments of Santander and Santander del Norte 

Cali 

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

Cartagena 

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

Medellin 

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

COSTA RICA 
Port Lim6n 

The Province of Limon. 

San Joa6 

All of Costa Rica except the Province of Limon. 

CUBA 
Antilla 

That part of the Province of Oriente north of a line drawn 
from Cape Maisi (latitude 20°15' north, longitude 74°09' west 
of Greenwich) to Cauto Abajo (latitude 20°20' north, longi- 
tude 75°56' west), situated on the Rio Cauto, and thence 
along the Rio Cauto to its mouth. 

Camagiiey 

That part of the Province of Camagiiey lying east of 78° 
west longitude, which is most convenient to Camagiiey, and 
all territory in the Province lying west of 78° west longitude. 

Cienfuegos 

The Province of Santa Clara. 

Habana 

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

Nuevitas 

That part of the Province of Camagiiey not included in 
the Camagiiey consular district. 

1 Closed. 



Santiago de Cuba 

That part of the Province of Oriente south of a line drawn 
from Cape Maisi (latitude 20''15' north, longitude 74°09' 
west of Greenwich) to Cauto Abajo (latitude 20''20' north, 
longitude 75°56' west), situated on the Rio Cauto, and thence 
along the Rio Cauto to its mouth. 

DENMARK 

Copenhagen ' 

All of Denmark except Greenland 
Godthaab, Greenland 
All of Greenland. 

ECUADOR 
Guayaquil 

The Provinces of Azuay, Cafiar, El Oro, Esmeraldas, 
Guayas, Loja, Los Rios, Manabf, and the territory of Archi- 
pielago de Colon (GalSpagos Islands), and Ecuadoran terri- 
tory east of the Provinces Azuay and Loja. 

Quito 

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

EGYPT 

Alexandria 

The Governorates of Alexandria and Damietta, and the 
six Provinces (Mudirias) of Lower Egypt (Behfira, Daqahlla, 
Gharbia, Menufia, Qaliubia, and Sharqia). 

Cairo 

The Governorate of Cairo; the eight Provinces (Mudirtas) 
of Upper Egypt (Asyflt, AswSn, Beni Suef, Fayiim, Girga, 
Giza, Minia, and Qena); the Frontier Districts (Eastern 
Desert, the Egyptian Libyan Desert, Dfikhla and Kharga 
Oases, etc.) except the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) 
the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 

Port Said 

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

ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa 

All of Ethiopia, French Somali Coast, and Eritrea. 

FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS 

(France) 
Bordeaux 

The Departments of Ariege, Basses-Pyrfin^es, Charente, 
Charente-Infferieure, Correze, Creuse, Dordogne, Gers, Gi- 
ronde, Haute-Garonne, Haute-Vienne, Hautes-Pyr6n§es, 
Landes, Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, and Tarn-et-Garonne. 

Calais ' 

The Department of Pas-de-Calais. 
Cherbourg 

The Departments of Calvados, Manche, and Orne. 
Havre ' 

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



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



53 



Lille > 

The Departments of Aisne and Nord. 
Lyon • 

The Departments of Ain, Allier, Cantal, C6te-d'0r, 
Haute-Loire, Haute-Savoie, Isere, Jura, Loire, Puy-de 
D6me, Rhone, Sa6ne-et-Loire, and Savoie. 

Marseille 

The Departments of Ardeche, Aude, Aveyron, Bouches 
du-Rhone, Dr6me, Gard Hfirault, Lozere, Pyrfinfes-Orien- 
tales, Tarn, Var, and Vaucluse and the island of Corsica 
(Corse). 

Nantes ' 

The Departments of C6tes-du-Nord, Deux-Sevres, Fin- 
istJre, Ille-et-Vilaine, Indre-et-Loire, Loire-Inffirieure, Maine- 
et-Loire, Mayenne, Morbihan, Vendue, and Vienne. 

Nice 

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

Paris 

The Departments of Aube, Cher, Eure-et-Loir, Indre, 
Loir-et-Cher, Loiret, Marne, Nievre, Oise, Sarthe, Seine, 
Seine-et-Marne, Seine-et-Oise, and Yonne. 

Strasbourg ' 

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

(Possessions) 
Algiers, Algeria 

All of Algeria (including the Territories of the South). 
Brazzaville, French Equatorial Africa 

French Equatorial Africa (comprising Chad, Gabon, 
Ubangi-Shari, and Middle Congo), and Cameroons (French 
mandate). 

Dakar, French West Africa 

All of French West Africa (including the Colonies Daho- 
mey, French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mauri- 
tania, Niger, and Senegal, and the Circumscription of Da- 
kar), and Togoland (French mandate). 

Noumea, New Caledonia 

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

Saigon, French Indochina ' 

All of French Indochina. 

Tahiti, Society Islands 

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

Tananarive, Madagascar 

The island of Madagascar (together with the Comoro 
Islands, the Glorious Islands, and the islands of Nossi B6 
and Ste. Marie, and Kerguelen, Crozet, St. Paul, Amster- 
dam, and other inland dependenci s of Madagascar) and 
Rfeunion Island. 



Tunis, Tunisia 
All of Tunisia. 



Berlin > 



GERMANY 



The Prussian Provinces of Berlin, Brandenburg (which 
includes the Regierungsbezirk Grenzmark Posen-West- 
preussen, a border district which was heretofore a Prussian 
province), and Pomerania. 

Bremen I 

The State and city of Bremen, the States of Brunswick 
and Oldenburg, and the Prussian Province of Hanover 
(except the city of Cuxhaven). 

Cologne ' 

The Prussian Provinces o( Rhine Province and West- 
phalia, and the States of Lippe and Schaumburg-Lippe. 

Dresden ' 

The State of Saxony, excepting the Regierungsbezirk 
Leipzig; and the Reichsgau Sudetenland, excepting the 
Regierungsbezirk Troppau. 

Frankfort on the Main ' 

The Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau (except the ex- 
clave Kreis Schmalkalden), the State of Hesse, the Bavarian 
Palatinate (Pfalz), and the Saarland, a special adminis- 
istrative district of the Reich. 

Hamburg ' 

The State and city of Hamburg, the State of Mecklen- 
burg, the Prussian Province of Schleswig-Holstein, and the 
city of Cuxhaven of the Prussian Province of Hanover. 

Konigsberg ' 

The Province of East Prussia with the exception of the 
area formerly called Regierungsbezirk Westpreussen. 

Leipzig ' 

The Regierungsbezirk 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 
Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau. 

Munich ' 

The State of Bavaria (including certain territories formerly 
in southern Bohemia), excepting the Bavarian Palatinate 
(Pfalz). 

Stuttgart < 

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

Vienna ' 

The State of Austria (including certain territories formerly 
in southern Bohemia and southern Moravia). 

GREAT BRITAIN' AND NORTHERN IRELAND, AND 

INDIA 
Belfast, Northern Ireland 

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



• Closed. 

• The counties In England as mentioned in these descriptions Include the associated "county borough" cities. 



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Birmingham, England 

All of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire (including the 
Soke of Peterborough), Rutlandshire, Staffordshire, War- 
wickshire, and Worcestershire; and that portion of Shrop- 
shire 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 
counties 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 following the Yorkshire boundary west- 
wardly 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 Westmorland 
boundary; thence northwardly and eastwardly along the 
Yorkshire boundary (North Riding) to a point due north 
of Richmond; thence due south to Richmond (included); 
thence southeastwardly to the city of York (the entire county 
borough of York being included); thence southwardly along 
the boundary between the West Riding and the East Riding 
to Selby (excluded); thence following the same boundary 
to Ooole (excluded); thence southwestwardly to Thome 
(excluded); thence westwardly through Barnsley (excluded) 
and Penistone (excluded) to the point of beginning. 

Bristol, England 

All Of Gloucestershire and Somersetshire, and those por- 
tions of Wiltshire and Berkshire lying to the northwest of 
a line drawn from the point common to the boundaries of 
Wiltshire, Somersetshire, 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, Carmar- 
then, Glamorgan, Pembroke, and Radnor; in England, 
Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. 

Edinburgh, Scotland 

The counties of Aberdeen, Angus (Forfar), Berwick, 
Clackmannan, Dumfries, Fife, Kincardine, Kinross, Pee- 
bles, Roxburgh, Selkirk, East Lothian (Haddington), 
Midlothian (Edinburgh), Westlothian (Linlithgow), and 
that portion of the County Perth east of a line from the point 
where the Counties Clackmannan, Perth, and Stirling meet, 
northeast to Blackford (excluded), north to Oilmerton 
(excluded), thence along the Sma' Glen to Kinloch Ran- 
noch (excluded), northeast to Blair Atholl (excluded), 
and north to the point where the Coimties Aberdeen, In- 
verness, and Perth meet. 

Glasgow, Scotland 

The counties of Argyll. Ayr, Banff, Bute, Caithness, Dum- 
barton, Inverness (which includes the Islands to the west and 
northwest, principally the Isle of Skye and the Hebrides, ex- 
cept the portion known as the Isle of Lewis), Kirkcudbright, 



Lanark, Moray (Elgin), Nairn, Orkney, Renfrew, Ross and 
Cromarty (which includes the Isle of Lewis, of the Hebrides), 
Shetland, Stirling, Sutherland, Wigtown, and that portion 
of the County Perth not included in the Edinburgh consular 
district. 

Hull, England 

All of the East Riding and portions of the North Riding 
and West Riding of Yorkshire, together with a portion of 
the administrative county known as the Parts of Lindsey 
in Lincolnshire which lie within the following line: Begin- 
ning at Saltfleet (included) on the Lincolnshire coast, a line 
drawn westwardly to the point common to the boundaries 
of Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, and Nottinghamshire; thence 
northwardly to Thorne (included) and Goole (included); 
thence along the East Riding-West Riding boundary to 
Selby (included); thence along the same boundary to the 
city of York (excluded); thence in a straight line northwest- 
wardly to Richmond (excluded); thence due north to the 
Yorkshire boundary; thence eastwardly along the York- 
shire boundary to the sea, but excepting the city (county 
borough) of Middlesbrough. 

Liverpool, England 

Those portions of Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, and 
Cumberland lying within a line drawn from the point where 
the River Severn cuts the western boundary of Shropshire; 
northeastwardly to Market Drayton (included) ; thence east- 
wardly by the northern boundary of Staffordshire to Hare- 
castle; thence northwestwardly to Middlewich (included); 
thence northwestwardly through Warrington (included), 
Wigan (excluded), Preston (excluded), and Lancaster (ex- 
cluded), and extending in a straight line across a portion of 
Morecambe Bay to the southernmost point of Westmorland 
on the coast; thence along the Lancashire-Westmorland 
boundary northwardly and westwardly to the Cumberland 
boundary; thence northwestwardly to St. Bees Head; and 
the following counties in Wales: Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, 
Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomery- 
shire; and the Isle of Man. 

London, England 

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

Manchester, England 

Those portions of Cheshire and Lancashire that lie to the 
oast of a line drawn from the west end of the southernmost 
section of the Westmorland-Lancashire boundary south- 
eastwardly to Lancaster, Preston, and Wigan (those three 
cities included), thence to Warrington and Middlewich 
(these two excluded) and thence to the Staffordshire bound- 
ary at Harecastle (southeast of Lawton); all of Derbyshire; 
of Lincolnshire, the Parts of Kestevcn, the Parts 'of Holland, 
and that portion of the Parts of Lindsey lying south of a 
line drawn from the northernmost point of Nottinghamshire 
eastwardly to the sea at Saltfleet (excluded); all of Notting- 



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hamshire; of Yorkshire, that portion of West Riding that 
lies west and northwest of a hne drawn from Colne (in 
Lancashire) to Hawes (in North Riding) and that portion 
of West Riding that lies south of a line drawn from the 
point common to the boundaries Cheshire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to Penistone (included), Barnsley 
(included), and Thornc (excluded), and thence southwardly 
to the northernmost point of Nottinghamshire. 
NewcaslIe-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). 
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, Dorset- 
shire, and Somersetshire, northeastwardly to Marlborough 
in Wiltshire (mcluded), and continued through Didcot, in 
Berkshire (included), to the Berkshire-Oxfordshire bound- 
ary; 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 southeastwardly to Littlehampton (excluded); 
and the Channel Islands. 

(India and Adjacent Territory) ' 
Bomhay 

Bombay Presidency; Baroda (Indian state); Central India 
Agency (Indian states); Central Provinces and Berar; 
Deccan States Agency (Indian states); Gujerat States 
Agency (Indian states); Gwalior (Indian state); Kolhapur 
(Indian state); Western India States Agency (Indian states); 
in the Eastern States Agency (Indian states), the states for- 
merly in the Central Provinces; in Rajputana Agency 
(Indian states), Danta and Palanpur; and Portuguese India 
(Damao, Diu, and Qoa). 

Calcutta 

Bengal Presidency and Indian states; Assam; Bihar (which 
includes Chota Nagpur); Delhi; Orissa; Sikkim (Indian 
state) ; United Provinces of Agra and Oudh and Indian states 
in Eastern States Agency (Indian states), the feudatory 
states formerly in Orissa and Chota Nagpur, in Punjab, the 
Simla district; Bhutan (independent border state); Nepal 
(independent border kingdom); the French settlement of 
Chandernagor; and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 

Karachi 

Sind; Ajmer-Merwara; Baluchistan; Baluchistan Agency 
(Indian states); Jammu and Kashmir (Indian states); North- 
west Frontier Province and Indian states; Punjab (gover- 
nor's province) except Simla district, and Indian states (in- 
cluding Simla Hill states); Punjab States Agency (Indian 
states); Rajputana Agency (Indian states) except the states 
Danta and Palanpur. 



Madras 

Madras Presidency; Madras States Agency (Indian 
states); Coorg; Hyderabad (Indian state); Mysore (Indian 
state); and the French settlements of Karikal, Mah6, Pondi- 
chfiry, and Yanaon. 

(Other Asia) 
Aden, Arabia 

The colony and protectorate of Aden, including the Hadra- 
maut and the islands Perim, Socotra, and Abdul Quri; 
(informally) Yemen, Kamaran Island, and British Somali- 
land Protectorate. 
Penang, Straits Settlements ' 

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

Rangoon, Burma ' 

All of Burma, Including British Burma, the Federated 
Shan States, the Karenni States, and tribal and other terri- 
tories now directly administered by the Governor of Burma 
or unadministered. 

Singapore, Straits Settlements 2 

The Straits Settlements of Singapore (including the Cocos 
or Keeling Islands, and Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean 
[latitude ]0°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. 

(Africa) 
Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa 

The Gold Coast and Togoland (British mandate). 
Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and Cameroons (British 
mandate). 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Protectorate, the Seychelles and adjacent British 
islands, Tanganyika Territory (British mandate), and 
Zanzibar (including Pemba). 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Colony, Uganda, and Italian Somaliland. 



Suva 
All of the Fiji Islands. 



(Fiji Islands) 



(Newfoundland) 
St. John's 

All of Newfoundland and Labrador. 

(British Guiana) 
Georgetown 

All of British Guiana. 

(West Indies) 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, British West Indies 

The British Leeward Islands, comprising the presidencies 
(a) Antigua, with Barbuda and Redonda, (b) St. Christo- 
pher-Nevis (St. Kitts - Nevis), with Anguilla, (c) Montserrat, 
and (d) the British Virgin Islands (Tortola, Virgin Gorda. 
Anegada, Jost van Dykes, Peter, Salt, etc.). 

1 All inquiries requiring correspondence with an official of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to the Mission 
at New Delhi. 
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Barbados, British WeBt Indies 

The island of Barbados. 

Grenada, British West Indies 

The British Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Vincent, St. 
Lucia, and Dominica) including the Grenadines (Bequia, 
Cannouan, Carriacou, Mayreau, Mustique, Union, etc.). 

Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies 

Jamaica and its dependencies (Turks and Caicos Islands, 
Cayman Islands, etc.). 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies 
Trinidad and Tobago. 

GREECE 

Athens 

The Nomol (Provinces) of Achaia, Aetolla-Acarnania, 
Arcadia, Argolis-Corinthia, Arta, Attica-Boeotia, Cepha- 
lonia, Chios, Corfu, Cyclades, Elis, Euboea, Laconia, Laris- 
sa, Lesbos (except the Island of Lemnos), Messina, Phthiotis- 
Phokis, Preveza, Samos, Trikkala, Yannina, Zante; the 
island of Crete which comprises the Nomoi of Candia (Hera- 
clion), Canea, Lasithion, and Retimo; and the Italian Islands 
In the Aegean (Isole Italiane dell'Egeo)— the Dodecanese 
Islands and the island of Castelrosso (Castellorizzo). 
Salonika (Thessalonfke) 

The Nomoi (Provinces) of Drama, Evros, Fiorina, Kaval- 
la, Khalkidike, Kozani, Pellis, Rodopi, Salonika (Thessa- 
lonlkes), and Serres, and the island of Lemnos in the Nomos 
of Lesbos. 

HONDURAS 
La Ceiba 

The portions of the departments of Atlantida and Yoro 
that lie east of a line which follows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, but which otherwise follows the meridian 
of 87°30' west of Greenwich; the departments Colon and Bay 
Islands; and the comarca of La Mosquitia. 

Puerto Cortes 

The portions of the departments of Atlantida and Yoro 
that lie west of a line which follows the Tela River from its 
mouth to its source, placing New Tela in the Puerto Cortes 
district, but which otherwise follows the meridian of 87°30' 
west of Greenwich; the department of Comayagua (north of 
latitude 14°'30' north), Cortfis, Santa Barbara, CopSn, Gra- 
cias, and Ocotepeque. 
Tegucigalpa 

The departments of Tegucigalpa, Comayagua (south of 
latitude 14°30' north), Intibucfi. La Paz. Valle, Choluteca, 
El Paraiso, and Olancho. 

ICELAND 

Reykjavik 

All of Iceland. 

IRAN 
Tabriz 

The Third and Fourth Provinces, consisting of the follow- 
ing districts: Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Mahabad, Maragheh, 
Rezaieb, and Tabriz. 

Tehran 

All of Iran except the Third and Fourth Provinces. 
1 Closed. 



IRAQ 

Baghdad 

All of Iraq except the Districts (Llwas) of Amara, Munta- 
flq, and Basra. 

Basra 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Muntafiq, and Basra, and 
in Arabia (informally), Kuwait. 

IRELAND (EIRE) 
Cork 

The Province of Munster. 
Dublin 

The Provinces of Leinster and Connaught; and the Coun- 
ties of Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal. 
Galway (consular agency): The Province of Connaught. 

ITALY 

Florence 

The Provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forli, Modena, Ra- 
venna, and Reggio nell' Emilia, in the Compartimento of 
Emilia; the Provinces of Arezzo, Firenze (Florence), Gros- 
seto, Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca, Massa e Carrara, Pisa 
Pistoia, and Siena, in the Compartimento of Toscana 
(Tuscany), and the Republic of San Marino. 

Genoa ' 

The Provinces of Geneva (Genoa), Imperia, Savona, and 
La Spezia, in the Compartimento of Ligiiria. 

Milan ' 

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

Naples 

The Provinces of Avellino, Benevento, Napoli (Naples), 
and Salerno, in the Compartimento of Campania; the Prov- 
inces of Bari, Brindisi, Foggia, lonio (Taranto), and Lecce, 
in the Compartimento of Puglie (Apulia); the Provinces of 
Matera and Potenza, in the Compartimento of Lucania; the 
Provinces of Catanzaro, Cosenza, and Reggio di Caiabrie, in 
the Compartimento of Calibrie; and in Africa, Italian Libya 
(Libia Italiana), comprising Tripolitania and Cirenaica. 

Palermo 

The island Compartimento of Sieilia (Sicily), comprising 
the Provinces of Agrigento (Girgenti), Caltanissetta, 
Catania, Enna (Castrogiovanni), Messina, Palermo, Ragusa, 
Siracusa (Syracuse), and Trapani. 

Rome 

The Provinces of Frosinone, Littoria, Rieti, Roma (Rome), 
and Viterbo, in the Compartimento of Lazio; the Provinces 
of Perugia and Terni, in the Compartimento of Umbria; the 
Provinces of Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Maccrata, and Pesaro 
e Urbino, in the Compartimento of Marchc; the Provinces of 
Aquila degli Abruzzi, Campobasso, Chieti, Pescara, and 
Teramo, in the Compartimento of Abruzzi e Molise; the 
Provinces of Cagliari, Nuoro, and SSssari, in the island (and 
comprising the Compartimento) of Sardegna (Sardinia). 



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Trieete ' 

The Provinces of Carnaro (Fiume), Gorizia, istria (Pola), 
Trieste, and Zara, in the Compartimento of Venezia Giulia 
e Zara; and the Province of Friuli (Udine) in the Com- 
partimento of Veneto. 

Turin • 

The Provinces of Aless&ndria, Aosta, Asti, Cuneo, Novara, 
Torino (Turin), and Vercclli, in the Compartimento of 
Piemonte (Piedmont). 

Venice ' 

The Provinces of Belluno, Padova, Eovigo, Treviso, 
Venezia (Venice), Verona, and Vicenza, in the Comparti- 
mento of Veneto; the Provinces of Bolzano and Trento, in 
the Compartimento of Venezia Tridentina. 

JAPANESE EMPIRE 

Keijo (Seoul), Chosen ' 

All of Chosen (Korea). 

Kobe, Japan > 

That part of the Prefecture of Byogo not contained in the 
Osaka consular district; the Prefectures of Shimane, Tottori, 
Hiroshima, Okayama, Kagawa, Tokushima, Ehime, Kochi, 
Yamaguchi, Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, 
Miyazaki, Kagoshima, and Okinawa (the Eyukyu Islands 
being included in the two last-named prefectures). 

Osaka, Japan > 

The Prefectures of Miye, Ishikawa, Toyama, Gifu, Aichi, 
Osaka, Wakayama, Nara, Kyoto, Shiga, Fukui, the Prefec- 
ture of Nagano except the gun (county) of Kitasaku (the 
principal cities of which are Iwamurata, Karuisawa, and 
Komoro), and in the Prefecture of Hyogo, the gun (county) 
of Kawabe, and that part of the gun (county) of Muko 
comprising the city of Amagasaki, the mura (villages) of 
Osho, Muko, Ryogen, Koto, Kawaragi, Naruo, the city of 
Nishinomiya, and the mura (village) of Seido. 

Taihoku, Taiwan ' 

All of Taiwan (Formosa), and the Pescadores Islands. 
Tokyo, Japan • 

The Prefectures of Yamanashi, Chiba, Tokyo, Saltama. 
Ibaraki, Gumma, Tochigl, Niigata, Fukushima, Yamagata, 
Miyagi, Akita, Iwate, Aomori, and in the Prefecture of 
Nagano the gun (county) of Kitasaku (the principal cities 
of which are Iwamurata, Karuisawa, and Komoro); Hokkai- 
do and the adjacent islands to the north; and the islands in 
the North Pacific Ocean to the administration of which by 
Japan, pursuant to a mandate of the League of Nations, the 
Government of the United States consented, subject to the 
provisions of the treaty with Japan concerning the island of 
Yap concluded February 11, 1922. 

Yokohama, Japan ' 
The Prefectures of Shizuoka and Kanagawa. 



Beirut 

All of Lebanon. 
' Closed. 



LEBANON 



LUXEMBOURG 
Luxembourg 

All of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. 

MEXICO 
Agua Prieta, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the west and 
south by a line drawn from the international boundary at 
110° west longitude, due south to the Naco-Cananen railway, 
thence along that railway to Cananea (the railway and Cana- 
nea included), thence in the following directions which are 
true, south to the latitude of Mututicachi, east to the merid- 
ian of 110° west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north 
latitude, and east to the Sonora-Chihuahua boundary. 
Chihuahua, Chihuahua 

That portion of the State of Chihuahua lying to the south 
and east of a line drawn from the Sonora boundary through 
Madera to Sauz (both towns included); thence northeast- 
wardly through, and excluding, San Antonio on the Efo 
Grande. 
Ciudad Jufirez, 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, Durango 

That part of the State of Durango lying west of a line drawn 
due south from the Chihuahua boundary to Descubridora, 
thence in a southeasterly direction from Descubridora (ex- 
cluded) 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. 
Guadalajara, Jalisco 

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

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

Matamoros, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying north of latitude 
24° north, except the portion that lies west and northwest of 
a line drawn from a point at latitude 24° north, longitude 99° 
west of Greenwich, due north to the boundary of Nucvo 
Leon, and except the portion that lies north and northwest 
of a line drawn from the international boundary at 97°40' west 
longitude in a southwesterly direction to El Chapul (ex- 
cluded) and thence to Laguna de Indies (in the State of 
Nuevo Leon). 

Mazatl&n, Sinaloa 

The states of Sinaloa and Nayarit. 

M£rida, Yucat^ 

The States of Campeche and Yucatfin and the territory of 
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Mexicali, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north and east of a line drawn 
from the intersection of the international boundary and the 
meridian of 116° west longitude due south to the parallel of 32° 
north latitude, and thence to a point on the west shore of the 
Gulf of California at latitude 30° north; also that part of the 
State of Sonera lying west of 113° west longitude. 

Mexico, D. F. 

The States of Querfitaro, Hidalgo, Puebla, Tlaxcala, More- 
los, M6xico, Michoae&n, Guerrero, and the Federal District; 
and that part of the State of Oaxaca west of a line drawn from 
the point common to the boundaries of the States of Oaxaca, 
Veracruz, and Puebla, in a southeasterly direction to a point 
at 96° west longitude and 17° north latitude, and thence due 
south to the Pacific Ocean, 

Monterrey, Nuevo Le6D 

The State of Nuevo Leon, except the portion that lies north 
and northwest of a lino drawn across the State, through 
Qolondrinas and Par&s, leaving Oolondrinas within, and 
Paras without, the Monterrey consular district, and except 
that part of the State that lies to the northeast of a line drawn 
from El Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) westwardly to 
Laguna de Indies and to China (both excluded), thence to 
Agualeguas (included), and thence to Ciudad Mier (in the 
State of Tamaulipas) ; that part of the State of Tamaulipas 
lying west and northwest of a line drawn from a point at 
latitude 24° north, longitude 99° west of Greenwich, due 
north to the Nuevo Leon boundary; that part of the State 
of Coahuila boimded on the north, west, and south, by 
a line drawn from the Nuevo Leon boundary westwardly 
through a point just south of Monclova to but excluding 
Cuatro Citoegas, thence southwardly to but excluding 
Parras, thence southeastwardly to a point on the Zacatecas 
boundary, just west of Lavaderos, and thence along the 
Zacatecas boundary to the point common to Coahuila, 
Nuevo Leon, and Zacatecas; and that part of the State of 
Zacatecas that lies east of a north-south line drawn through 
and including Mazapil. 

Nogales, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the east, south, 
and west by a line drawn from the international boundary at 
110° west longitude, duesouth to the Naco-Cananea railway, 
thence along that railway to Cananea (the railway and Can- 
anea excluded), thence in the following directions which are 
true, south to the latitude of Mututicaehl, east to the merid- 
ian of 110° west longitude, south to the parallel of 29° north 
latitude, west to the meridian of 113° west longitude, and 
thence north to the international boundary. 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas that lies north and 
northwest of a line drawn from the international boundary 
through Cuidad Mier (excluded) to Agualeguas (in the State 
of Nuevo Leon); and that part of the State of Nuevo Leon 
lying north and northwest of a line drawn across the State, 
through Golondrinas (excluded) and Parfis (included). 
Piedras Negras, Coahuila 

That part of the State of Coahuila lying north and east of a 
line drawn from the Chihuahua boundary, east along the 
parallel of 28° north latitude to a point directly north of 



Tanque (included), thence southeasterly to La Reforma (ex- 
cluded) and to Cuatro Ci§negas (included), and thence by a 
straight line through a point just south of Monclova to the 
Nuevo Leon boundary. 

Reynoea, TamaulipaB 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas bounded on the east 
by a line drawn from the international boundary at 97°40' 
west longitude in a southwesterly direction to El Chapul 
(included) and thence to Laguna de Indies (in the State of 
Nuevo Leon) , and bounded on the west by a line drawn from 
the international boundary through Ciudad Mier (included) 
to Agualeguas (in the State of Nuevo Leon); and that part of 
the State of Nuevo Leon lying to the northeast of a line drawn 
from El Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) westwardly to 
Laguna de Indies and to China (both included), thence to 
Agualeguas (excluded), and from Agualeguas to Ciudad 
Mier (in the State of Tamaulipas). 
San Luis Potosft San Luis Potosi 

The State of San Luis Potosf, except that portion lying to 
the east of a line drawn due north and south through, but 
excluding, the town of Tamazopo (approximately in longi- 
tude 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 latitude 

24°; that part of the State of Veracruz lying northwestward 
of the Rio Cazones; and that part of the State of San Luis 
Potosi lying to the east of a line drawn north and south 
through, and includiug, the town ef Tamazopo (approxi- 
mately in longitude 99°25' west of Greenwich). 

Tijuana, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north of latitude 28° and south 
and west of a line drawn from the intersection of the inter- 
national boundary and the meridian of 116° west longitude 
due south to the parallel of 32° north latitude, and thence to 
a point on the west shore of the Gulf of California at latitude 
30° north. 

Torre6n, Coahuila 

Those parts of the States of Coahuila, Durango, and 
Zacatecas lying within the following boundaries: The parallel 
of 28° north latitude from the Chihuahua boundary east to 
a point directly north of Tanque (excluded); thence south- 
easterly to La Reforma (Included) and to Cuatro Cignegaa 
(excluded); thence southwardly to Parras (included); thence 
southeastwardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas boundary 
to a point directly north of Mazapil, Zacatecas; thence di- 
rectly south on a line through Mazapil (excluded) to the 
Zacatecas-San Luis Potosi boundary; thence southwe.st- 
wardly on the Zacatecas-San Luis Potosi boundary to the 
Tropic of Cancer; thence due west on the Tropic of Cancer 
to ]03°30' west longitude; thence northwardly on the merid- 
ian of 103°30' west longitude to the Zacatecas-Dnrango 
boundary; thence by a straight line In a northwesterly dl- 



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59 



rection 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 a line through Descubridora 
to the northern boundary of Durango; thence eastwardly by 
the Durango-Chihuahua boundary and northwardly by the 
Coahuila-Chihuahua boundary to latitude 28°. 

Veracruz, Veracrui 

The State of Veracruz, except the part lying northwestward 
of the Rio Cazones; the States of Chiapas and Tabasco; and 
that part of the State of Oaxaca eastward of a line drawn from 
the point common to the boundaries of the States of Oaxaca, 
Veracruz, and Puebla, in a southeasterly direction to a point 
at 96° west longitude and 17° north latitude, and thence due 
south to the Pacific Ocean. 

MOROCCO 

Cagablanca 

The zone of the French Protectorate in Morocco. 

Tangier 

The international zone of Tangier, and the Spanish- 
protected territory in Morocco. 

NETHERLANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 
Amsterdam ' 

The Provinces of North Holland, Drenthe, Friesland, 
Qelderland, Oroningen, Overijssel, and Utrecht. 

Rotterdam > 

The Provinces of South Holland, Limburp, North Bra- 
bant, and Zeeland. 

(Asia) 

Batavia, Java, Netherlands 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 portion of the island of Sumatra and the islands ad- 
jacent to the southern portion, comprising the Residencies 
of Benkoelen, the Lampongs (Lampoengsche districten), 
Palembang, DJambi, and Bangka and dependencies (Bangka 
en Onderhoorigheden), and the autonomous Subresidency of 
Billiton. In Borneo, the Residency of the Western District 
(Residentie Westerafdeeling). 

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands Indies ' 

In Sumatra, the northern portion of the island of Sumatra, 
and the islands adjacent to the northern portion, comprising: 
The Governments of Achin and dependencies (Atjeh en 
Onderhoorigheden) and Sumatra East Coast (Oostkust van 
Sumatra), Riouw and dependencies (Riouw en Onder- 
hoorigheden), and the Residencies of Sumatra's Westkust 
and Tapanoeli. 
Surabaya, Java, Netherlands Indies 1 

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, Kedlri, Madioen, Madoera lisland], 

» Closed. 



Malang, Probolinggo, and Soerabaja [Surabaya]); the Gov- 
ernment of Soerakarta; the Government of Jogjakarta; and 
in the Province of Middle Java, the Residencies of Djapara- 
Rembang and Semarang. In Borneo, the Residency of the 
Southern and Eastern Districts (Residentie Zuider-en 
Oosterafdeeling). All Netherlands possessions east of Java 
and Borneo, comprising the Residencies of Bali and Lombok 
(Bali en Lombok), Timor (together with Portuguese Timor, 
informally) and dependencies (Timor en Onderhoorigheden), 
and Manado (in Celebes), the Government of Celebes and 
dependencies (Oouvernement Celebes en Onderhoorighe- 
den), and the Government of the Moluccas (Gouvemement 
der Molukken), which includes Netherlands New Guinea. 

(America) 
Curasao, West Indies 

All the islands comprising the Netherlands possession 
Curacao, namely, Aruba, Bonaire, Curasao, Saba, St. 
Eustatius, and that portion of St. Martin belonging to the 
Netherlands. 

Paramaribo, Surinam 
All of Surinam (Netherlands Guiana). 

NEW ZEALAND 
Auckland 

All of Auckland Province in North Island. 

Wellington 

In North Island, the Provinces of Wellington, Hawke's 
Bay, and Taranaki, and all of South Island and Stewart 
Island. Also Nine, Mandated Territory of Western Samoa, 
Auckland Islands, Chatham Islands, Cook Islands, Kerma- 
dec Islands, Union Islands (Tokelau), and Pitcairn Island. 

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

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

NICARAGUA 
Managua 

All of Nicaragua. 

NORWAY 
Bergen ' 

The Provinces of Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og Fjordane, 
and that portion of the Province of M0re known as Sunn- 
m0re. 
Oilo« 

The Provinces of Akershus, Aust-Agder, Buskerud, Finn- 
mark, Hedmark, Nordland, Nord-Tr0ndelag, Opland, S^r- 
Tr0ndelag, Vest-Agder, Vestfold, Telemark, Troms, 0stfold, 
and that portion of the Province of Mfire known as Nord- 
m0re; the island of Jan Mayen and the Archipelago of Sval- 
bard (Spitsbergen). 

PALESTINE AND TRANS-JORDAN 
Jerusalem 

All of the British mandated territory of Palestine and 
Trans-Jordan. 

PERU 
Lima 

All of Peru. 



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PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 
(Portugal) 
Angra do Heroisnio, Terceira, Azores 

The islands of Santa Maria and Terceira. 
Funcbal, Madeira 

The Madeira Islands. 
Horta, Fayal, Azores 

The islands of Fayal and Pico. 
Lisbon 

The administrative districts of Beja, Castelo Branco, 
]fcvora, Faro (Algarve), Leiria, Lisboa, Portalegre, Santar6m, 
and Setubal; the Cape Verde Islands; and in Africa, Portu- 
guese Guinea, and the Portuguese possessions of St. Thomas 
Island (Sao Tom6), and Prince's Island (Principe). 
Oporto 

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

Ponta Delg'ada, Sao Miguel (St. Michael), Azores 

The Azores (Acores) with the exception of the islands of 
Fayal, Pico, Santa Maria, and Terceira. 

(Possessions) 
T..ourenco Marques, Mozambique 

Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa). 

Luanda (Loanda), Angola, Africa 

Angola (including Cabinda). 

SAUDI ARABIA 
Jidda 

All of Saudi Arabia, including £1 Hasa. 

SPAIN 
Barcelona 

The Provinces of Barcelona, Gerona, Huesca, Lferida, Ta- 
rragona, 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. 

Bilbao 

The Provinces of Alava, Burgos, Logrofio, Vizcaya, Leon, 
Ovideo, Palencia, and Santander. 

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands 

The Province of Las Palmas. comprising the islands of 
Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and Lanzarote, and adjacent 
islands. 
Madrid 

The Provinces of Avila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadala- 
jara, Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria, Toledo, and Valla- 
dolid. 
Mfilaga 

The Provinces of Granada, Ja6n, Malaga, and Almeria. 
San Sebasti&n 

The Provinces of Navarra and Guipiizcoa. 

' The vilayets printed In italics comprise a zone east of the 
jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey. 



Sevilla 

The Provinces of Badajoz, Cficeres, Cfidiz, C6rdoba, 
Huelva, and Sevilla. 

Tenerife, Canary Islands 

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

The Provinces of Albacete, Alicante, Castell6n, Murcia, 
Teruel, and Valencia. 

Vigo 

The Provinces of Coruna, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, and 
Zamora. 

SWEDEN 
Goteborg 

The Lane (provinces) of Alvsborg, Goteborg och Bohus, 
Halland, Jonkoping, Skaraborg, and VJlrmland, and the 
tovpn of Hailefors in the Lane of Orebro. 
MalmS 

The Lane (provinces) of Blekinge, Kalmar, Krlstianstad, 
Kronoberg, and Malmohus. 

Stockholm 

The Lane (provinces) of Jamtland, Vasternorrland, Gftvle- 
borg, Kopparberg, Uppsala, Vastmanland, Stockholm, Ore- 
bro (except the town of Hailefors), Sodermanland, Ostergot- 
land, Gotland, Norrbotten, and Vasterbotten. 

SWITZERLAND 
Basel 

The Cantons of Basel and Solothurn. 
Bern 

The Cantons of Bern, Fribourg, and Neuchfttel. 
Geneva 

The Cantons of Geneva, Valais, and Vaud. 

Ziirich 

The Cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen, Ztirlch, Zug, 
Glarus,Ticino,Thurgau, Appenzell, St. Gailen, Graubiinden, 
Luzern, Unterwalden, Uri, and Schwyz, and the Princi- 
pality of Liechtenstein. 



Damascus 

All of Syria. 



SYRIA 



TURKEY 



Adana (Seyhan) 

The city of Adana. 
Iskenderun (Alexandretta) 

The following vilayets all in Asia: Adana (or Seyhan), 
except the city of Adana, Gaziantep, Hakkftri, Hatay, Ijel, 
Kayseri, Konya, Malatya, Mara?, Mardin, Nigde,Siirt,and 
Urfa. 
Istanbul (Constantinople)' 

The vilayets on the Straits, namely, Istanbul (Constanti- 
nople) and Canakkale (Dardanelles), including Imroz Adasi 
(the Island of Imbros) and Bozca Ada (the Island of Tene- 

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61 



dos) ; the three vilayets situated wholly in Europe, namely, 
Edirne (Adrianople), Kirklareli, and Tekirdag (Rodosto); 
and the following vilayets in Asia: Agri, Amasya, Anlcara 
(Angora), Balikesir, Bilecik, Bingol, Billis, Bolu, Bursa 
(Brusa), Cankiri, Coruh, Corum, Diyarbekir, Eldziz, Erzin- 
can, Erzurum, Eski§ehir, Giresun, Oiimugane, Kars, Kasta- 
monu, Kir§ehir, Kocaeli, Muf, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, 
Sivas, Tokat, Trabzon (Trebizond), Tunceli, Van, Yozgat, 
and Zonguldak. 

Izmir (Smyrna) 

The following vilayets, all in Asia: Afyon Karahisar, 
Antalya, Aydin, Burdur, Denizli, Isparta, Izmir (Smyrna), 
Kiitahya, Manisa, and Mugla. 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 
Capetown, Cape Province 

That part of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope lying 
west of 25° east longitude; the Bechuanaland Protectorate; 
the mandated territory of South- West Africa; and the islands 
of St. Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. 

Durban, Natal 

Natal; 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. 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 
Moscow 

All of the Soviet Union except the city of Vladivostok. 

Vladivostok 

The city of Vladivostok. 



VENEZUELA 

Caracas 

The States of Anzo4tegui, Apure, Aragua, Barinas (Za 
mora), Bolivar, Carabobo, Cojedes, Guarico, Lara, Miranda, 
Monagas, Nueva Esparta, Portuguesa, Sucre, and Yaracuy; 
the Territories of Amazonas and Delta Amacuro; and, in the 
Federal District, the Department of Libertador. 

La Guaira (vice consulate): That part of the Federal Dis- 
trict comprising all the Department of Vargas. 

Maracaibo 

The States of Falcon, M^rida, Tfcchira, Trujillo, and 
Zulia. 



YUGOSLAVIA 

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 Okru2ni Inspektorati 
(administrative inspectorates) of Bijelo Poljeand Mitrovitsa. 
(This jurisdiction comprises roughly the former territories of 
Voivodina, Bosnia [easternj, Serbia, South Serbia, and 
Serbian Macedonia.) 

Zagreb i 

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



1 Closed. 



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

[This list contains only those countrits the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to consular 
districts" Consular agencies do not appear since their districts are included within the districts of the offices 
to which the agencies are subordinate.] 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFGHANISTAN 

All of Afghanistan - Kabul 

AFRICA > 
(Including related islands) 



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

the South).— -.- 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan « 

Angola (including Cabinda) 

Annobon (island) 

Ascension (island) 

Basutoland 

Bechuanaland Protectorate 



Delgian Congo. 



British Somaliland Protectorate. 
Cabinda. See Angola. 

Cameroons (Br. mandate) 

Cameroons (Fr. mandate) 



Algiers, Algeria 
Cairo, Egypt 
Luanda, Angola 
Barcelona, Spain 
Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Durban, Natal 
Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Lfeopoldville, Bel- 
gian Congo 
Aden 

Lagos, Nigeria 
Brazzaville, French 
Equatorial Africa 



Canary Islands. See Canary Islands, 

post. 
Cape of Oood Hope Province. See 

Union of South Africa, post. 

Cape Verde Islands 

Chad (Fr. Equat. Africa) 



Comoro Islands _ 



Corisco (island) 

Dahomey (Fr. W. Africa). 



Dakar, Circumscription of (Fr. W. 
Africa) --- 



Egypt. See Egypt, post. 
Elobey Islands, Great and Little. 
Eritrea - 



Ethiopia - 



Fernando Po (island) 

French Equatorial Africa. 



French Guinea [Quinfee francaise] (Fr. 
W.Africa) 



Lisbon, Portugal 
Brazzaville, French 

Equatorial Africa 
Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 
Barcelona, Spain 
Dakar, French West 
Africa 

Dakar, French West 
Africa 

Barcelona, Spain 
Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 
Addis Ababa, Ethi- 
opia 
Barcelona, Spain 
Brazzaville, French 
Equatorial Africa 

Dakar, French West 
Africa 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 

French Somali Coast -..'. Addis Ababa, 

Ethiopia 
French Sudan [Soudan frangais] (Fr. 

W Africa) - Dakar, French West 

Africa 

French West Africa Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Gabon (Fr. Equat. Africa) Brazzaville, French 

Equatorial Africa 

Gambia (Br. W. Africa)... Lagos, Nigeria 

Glorious Islands [lies GlorieusesJ Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Gold Coast (Br. W. Africa) ..- Accra, Gold Coast 

Ifni Barcelona, Spain 

Italian Somaliland Nairobi, Kenya 

Ivory Coast [Cote d'lvoirej (Fr. W. 

Africa).- Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Kenya Colony (Br. E. Africa) Nairobi, Kenya 

Kenj-a Protectorate (Br. E. Africa)... Mombasa, Kenya 

Liberia Monrovia, Liberia 

Libya [Libia Italiana] Naples, Italy 

Madagascar Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Madeira Islands Funchal, Madeira 

Mauritania (Fr. AV. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Mauritius (island) Durban, Natal 

Middle Congo [Moyen-Congo] (Fr. 

Equat. Africa) Brazzaville, French 

Equatorial Africa 
Morocco. See Morocco, post. 

Mozambique (Port. E.Africa) Lourenco Marques 

Natal. See Union of South Africa, 
post. 

Niger (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, French West 

Africa 

Nigeria (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

Northern Rhodesia Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 

Nossi Be - - Tananarive, Mada 

gascar 

Nyasaland Protectorate Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 
Orange Free State. See Union of 

South Africa, post. 
Pemba. -See Zanzibar. 

Portuguese Guinea Lisbon, Portugal 

Principe [Prince's Island) Lisbon, Portugal 

Reunion (island) Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 



1 For convenience of reference and economy of space, the colonies, protectorates, etc., in the continent of Africa and related 
islands are entored under Africa rather than separately under the names of the numerous political and geographical entities 
concerned. For the independent countries of Africa, the Union of South Africa, and certain islands near Africa, including 
those on which there arc American consular oflices, separate entries are made under their respective names. 

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



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63 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protectorates, etc. 
Rhodesia. See Northern Rhodesia 

and Southern Rhodesia. 

Rio de Oro - 

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea) 

Ruanda-Urundi (Belgian mandate) 



St. Helena (island). 
Sto. Marie (island). 



Sao Tomfi [St. Thomas] (island) . 
Senegal (Fr. W. Africa) 



Seychelles and adjacent British islands 

Sierra Leone (Br. W. Africa) 

South Africa, Union of. See Union of 

South Africa, post. 
South-West Africa (mandate) -. 

Southern Rhodesia 



Swaziland. 



Tanganyika Territory (Br. mandate). 
Tangier (irtemational zone). 'See^ 
Morocco, post. 

Togoland (Br. mandate) 

Togoland (Fr. mandate) 

Transvaal. Set" Union of South Africa, 

post. 
Tristan da Cunha (island).. 



Tunisia. 

Ubangi-Shari [Oubanghi-Char] 
Equal. Africa) 



(Fr. 



Uganda (Br. E. Africa)... 

Union of South Africa. See Union of 

South Africa, post. 
Zanzibar (including Pemba). 

ANDORRA 



Barcelona, Spain 
Barcelona, Spain 
L6opoldville, Bel- 
gian Congo 
Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Dakar, French West 

Africa 
Mombasa, Kenya 
Lagos, Nigeria 



Capetown, Union of 
South Africa 

Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 

Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 

Mombasa, Kenya 



Accra, Gold Coast 
Dakar, French West 
Africa 



Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 
Tunis, Tunisia 

Brazzaville, French 
Equatorial Africa 
Nairobi, Kenya 



Mombasa, Kenya 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

ARGENTINA 
All of Argentina Buenos Aires 

AUSTRALIA 

(Including appertaining islands) 

State (or territory) 

Federal Capital Territory Sydney 

Nauru (mandated ter. of Great Brit- 
ain, Australia, and New Zealand).. Sydney 

New Guinea (mandated ter.) Sydney 

New South Wales Sydney 

Norfolk Island (ter.) Sydney 

Northern Territory of Australia Sydney 

Papua (ter.K Sydney 

Queensland Brisbane 

South Australia Adelaide 

Tasmania Melbourne 

Victoria Melbourne 

Western Australia. Perth 

AZORES 

All of the Azores [Acores] except the 
islands of Fayal, Pico, Santa Maria, 
and Terceira Ponta Delgada 

The islands of Paya] and Pico. Horta 

The islands of Santa Maria and Ter- 
ceira Angra do Heroismo 

BAHAMAS 

All of the Bahama Islands. Nassau 

BELGIUM 

Province* 

Antwerp [Anvers, Antwerpen] Antwerp 

Brabant Brussels 

Flanders, East [Flandre Orientale, 

Cost Vlaanderen] Antwerp 

Flanders, West [Flandre Occidentale, 

West Vlaanderen] Antwerp 

Hainaut [Hainaut, Henegouw] Brussels 

Ligge 4 [Liege, Lnik], Antwerp 

Limburg [Limbourg, Limburg]. Antwerp 

Luxembourg [Luxembourg, Luxem- 
burg] .- Brussels 

Namur [Namur, Namen] Brussels 

BERMUDA 



The Republic of Andorra.. Barcelona, Spain 

ARABIA 1 

Aden Colony and Protectorate Aden 

Bahrein Islands '... Dhahran 

Kuwait* . Basra 

Oman (Muscat) • Dhahran 

Qatar • Dhahran 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of, including 

El Hasa Jidda 

Trucial Coast '. Dhahran 

Yemen • Aden 

> 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 office indicated. 

3 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 March 6, 1926. 



All of the Bermudas... Hamilton 



BOLIVIA 

All of Bolivia... La Paz 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

BRAZIL 
State {,0T teTTitory) 

Acre(ter.) ParS IBelto], Par& 

Alagoas.. Pemambuco [Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Amazonas Para[Belein], Para 

Bjjjjig Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 

Cearj Fortaleza, CearS 

Districto Federal Rio de Janeiro 

Espirito Santo Victoria, Espirito 

Santo 

Fernando de Noronha (island) Pernambuco [Recife], 

Pernambuco 

Qoyaz-.- - Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

MaranhSo --- Para [Belcm], Para 

Matto Qrosso ---- Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Minas Qeraes Bello Horizontc, Mi- 

nas Qeraes 

Pari ParS, [BeWm], Par& 

Parahyba Pernambuco [Recife] 

Pemambuco 

Parana S5o Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Pernambuco Pernambuco [Recife], 

Pernambuco 
Piauhy: 

That portion of the State lying 
south of 8° south latitude Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 
That portion of the State lying 
north of 8° south latitude Parfi[Bel€m], Par§ 

Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro 

Rio Grande do Norte Natal, Rio Grande 

do Norte 

Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Rio 

Grande do Sul 

Santa Catharina Florianopolis, Santa 

SSo Paulo: Catharina 

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

Vicente Santos, Sao Paulo 

The State of SSo Paulo except the 
port and muncipality of Santos and 

the municipality of S5o Vicente Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Sergipe Bahia [Sao Salva- 
dor], Bahia 

BRITISH GUIANA 

All of British Guiana Georgetown 

BRITISH MALAYA 

(Straits Settlements, Federated Malay States, Unfederated 
Malay States, and British protectorates in Borneo) 

Colony (or state) 

Borneo, North Singapore ' 

Brunei, in Borneo Singapore ' 

Johore (U. M. S.) Singapore ' 

Kedah (U. M. S.) Penang i 

Kelantan (U. M. S.) Singapore • 

Labuan (S. S.) Singapore i 

Malacca (S. S.) Singapore i 

Negri Sembilan (F. M. S.)-- Singapore • 

Pahang (F. M. S.) Singapore • 

Penang (S. S.), including Province 

Wellesley Penang ' 

Perak (F. M. S.) Penang « 

Perils (U. M. S.) Penang i 

> Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

BRITISH MALAYA— Continued 
Colony (or state) 

Sarawak, in Borneo Singapore' 

Selangor (F. M. S.) Singapore ' 

Singapore (S. S.), including Cocos or 
Keeling Islands and Christmas Is- 
land In the Indian Ocean Singapore ' 

Trengganu (U. M. S.) Singapore ' 

BULGARIA 
All of Bulgaria Sofia • 

BURMA 
All of Burma Rangoon i 

CANARY ISLANDS 

Province 
Las Palmas, comprising the islands of 
Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and 

Lanzarote, and adjacent islands Las Palmas de Gran 

Canaria 
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, comprising the 
islands of Gomero, Hierro [Ferro], 
Palma, and Tenerife Tenerife 

CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 

All of the Cape Verde Islands Lisbon, Portugal 

CEYLON 
All of Ceylon Colombo 

CHILE 
Province 

Aconcagua Valparaiso 

Antofagasta Antofagasta 

Arauco Santiago 

Atacama Antofagasta 

Aysen Santiago 

BIo-BIo Santiago 

Cautfn Santiago 

Chilo6 Santiago 

Colchagua Santiago 

Concepcion Santiago 

Coquimbo Valparaiso 

Curico - Santiago 

Linares Santiago 

Llanquihue Santiago 

Magallanes Santiago 

Malleco. Santiago 

Maule : Santiago 

Ruble Santiago 

O'Higgins Santiago 

Osorno Santiago 

Santiago Santiago 

Talca -.- Santiago 

Tarapaca Santiago 

Valdivia Santiago 

Valparaiso Valparaiso 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY 
Province 

Anhwei Shanghai ' 

Chahar Tientsin i 

Chekiang Kunming 

Chihii. See Hopeh. 

Chinghsi [Kokonor] Chungking 

Fengtien. See Liaoning. 



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ADMINISTEATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

CHINA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY— Continued 

Province 

Fukien Kunming 

Heilungkiang Harbin i 

Honan Chungking 

Hong Kong: 

All of the British colony Hong Kong i 

Hopeh [Chihli] Tientsin' 

Hunan - Kunming 

Hupeh Chungking 

Jehol - -- Tientsin i 

Kansu. -. Chungking 

Kiangsi. Kunming 

Riangsu... - Shanghai ' 

Kirin: 

That portion of the Province lying 
north of 44° north latitude, including 
the following places open to trade: 
Harbin, Ninguta, Sansing, and Sui- 

fenho Harbin i 

That portion of the Province lying 
south of 44° north latitude, including 
the following places open to trade: 
Changchun [Kwancheugtze], Hun- 
chun, Kirin, Lungchingtsun, Tow- 
taokow, Wangching [Paitsaokow], 

and Yenki [Chutzuchieh] Mukden' 

Kokonor. See Chiughai. 

Kwangsi Kunming 

Kwangtung Kunming 

Kwantung Leased Territory Dairen» 

Kweichow Kunming 

Liaoning [Fengtien]: 

All of the Province except the 

leased territory of Kwantung Mukden ' 

Macau (Portuguese colony) Hong Kong ' 

Mongolia, including the (special) ad- 
mhiistrative districts of Chahar, 

Jehol, and Suiyuan Tientsin > 

Ninghsia ..- Chungking 

Shansi Tientsin! 

Shantung: 

That portion of the Province north- 
east of a line drawn along the north- 
east shore of the embayment of Ting- 
tzetsui Kow to the mouth of the 
Wulung Ho, thence in a northwest- 
erly direction across the peninsula 
to the mouth of the Kiao Ho, through 
the towns of Chuhkow and Shaho 

(both included in this district) Chefoo ' 

That portion of the Province west 
of a line which follows the Kiao Ho 
southward from its mouth to its 
source, thence to the nearer source of 
the Taolin Ho and along the Taolin 

Ho to the sea Tsinan • 

That portion of the Province lying 
between the Chefoo and Tsinan con- 
sular districts Tsingtao ' 

Shensi Chungking 

Sikang [Chwanpien] Chungking 

Sinkiang [Chinese Turkistan] Chungking 

Suiyuan Chungking 

Szechwan Chungking 

Tibet Kunming 

Yunnan Kunming 

' Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTEICl 

COLOMBIA 

Province 
Departamento, intendencia, or comisaria 

Amazonas (com.) Bogota 

Arauca (com.) --- Bogota 

Antioquia (dcpt.) Medellln 

Atlantico (dept.) Barranquilla 

BolJvar (dept.) — Cartagena 

Boyaca (dept.) --- Bogota 

Caldas (dept.): 

That portion of the Department 
lying east of the Cauca River basin.. Bogota 

That portion of the Department 
not included in the Bogota consular 

district.. Call 

Caqueta (com.) Bogota 

Cauca (dept.) Call 

Choco (int.): 

That portion of the Intendencia ly- 
ing south of a line drawn directly 
eastward from El Valle (included) 

to the Atrato River Call 

That portion of the Intendencia 
not included in the Cali consular 

district MedellJn 

Cundinamarca (dept.) Bogota 

Goajira (com.) Barranquilla 

Huila (dept.) Bogota 

Magdalena (dept.) Barranquilla 

Meta (int.) — Bogot& 

Narifio (dept.) Cah 

Putumayo (com.) Bogotfi 

San Andrfes y Providencia (islands 

in the Caribbean) (int.).. Cartagena 

Santander (dept.) Bucaramanga 

Santander del Norte (dept.) Bucaramanga 

Tolima (dept.) Bogota 

Valle (dept.) Call 

Vaupfes (com.) Bogot& 

Vichada (com.) Bogoti 

COSTA RICA 

Province 

Alajuela San Jos* 

Cartago San Jos6 

Guanacaste San Jos< 

Heredia San Josft 

Limon Port Limon 

Puntarenas San Jos§ 

San Jos6 San Jos6 

CUBA 

Promnce 
Camagiiey: 

That part of the Province of Cama- 
giiey lying east of 78° west longitude, 
which is most convenient to Cama- 
giiey, and all territorv in the province 
lying west of 78° west longitude Camagiiey 

That part of the Province of Cama- 
giiey not included in the Camagiiey 
consular district Nuevllas 

Habana (including the Isle of Pines 
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CUBA— Continued 

Province 

Matanzas - Habana 

Oriente: 

That part of the Province of Oriente 
south of a line drawn from Cape 
Maisi flatitude 20°15' north, longi- 
tude 74°09' west of Greenwich) to 
Cauto Abajo Gatitude 20°20' north, 
longitude 75°56' west), situated on 
the Rfo Cauto, and thence along the 

Rio Cauto to its mouth Santiago de Cuba 

That part of the Province of Oriente 
north of a line drawn from Cape 
Maisi (latitude 20°15' north, longi- 
tude 74°09' west of Greenwich) to 
Cauto Abajo (latitude 20°20' north, 
longitude 75°56' west), situated on 
the Rio Cauto, and thence along the 
Rio Cauto to its mouth Antilla 

Pinardel Rio... Habana 

Santa Clara.. Cienfuegos 

CURACAO (NETHERLANDS WEST INDIES) 

All of the Netherlands possession of 
Curacao Curagao, W. I. 

CYPRUS 

All of the island of Cyprus ' Port Said, Egypt 

DENMARK 

All of Denmark except Greenland Copenhagen - 

All of Greenland Godthaab 



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

All of the Dominican Republic Ciudad Trujillo 



ECUADOR 
Provincias 
Archipifilago de Colon (Galapagos 

Islands)... Guayaquil 

Azuay Guayaquil 

Bolivar Quito 

Caflar Guayaquil 

Carchl Quito 

Chimborazo Quito 

Cotopaxi Quito 

El Oro Guayaquil 

Esmeraldas Guayaquil 

Galipagos Islands (Archipifelago de 

Colon) Guayaquil 

Guayas Guayaquil 

Imbabura Quito 

Loja Guayaquil 

Los RIos Guayaquil 

ManabI Guayaquil 

Pichincha Quito 

Tungurahua... Quito 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



EGYPT 



Governorate or Mudirta 

Alexandria (gov.) Alexandria 

Aswan (mud.) Cairo 

Asyiit (mud.)... Cairo 

Behfera (mud.) Alexandria 

Beni Suef (mud.) Cairo 

Cairo (gov.) Cairo 

Canal (gov.) Port Said 

Damietta (gov.) Alexandria 

Daqahlla (mud.) Alexandria 

Fayiim (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 

Girga (mud.) Cairo 

Giza (mud.) Cairo 

Menufia (mud.).. Alexandria 

Minia (mud.) Cairo 

Qaliubia (mud.) Alexandria 

Qena (mud.) Cairo 

SharqIa (mud.) Alexandria 

Suez (gov.) Port Said 

EL SALVADOR 
All of El Salvador San Salvador 

FINLAND 
All of Finland.. Helsinki 2 



FRANCE 

Departement 

Ain 

Aisne... 

Allier 

Alpes, Basses- 

Al pes, Hautes- 

Alpes-Maritimes 

Alsace. See Rhin, Bas-andRhin,Haut-. 

Ardeche 

Ardennes . 

Ariege.. 

Aube 

Aude... 

Aveyron 

Belfort (ter.) 

Bouches-du-Rhone 

Calvados 

Cantal 

Charente 

Charente-Inffirieure 

Cher 

Correze... 

Corse (island of Corsica). 



Lyons 

LiUe2 

Lyon 2 

Nice 

Nice 

Nice 

Marseille 

Strasbourg 2 

Bordeaux 

Paris 

Marseille 

Marseille 

Strasbourg ' 

Marseille 

Cherbourg 

Lyon 2 

Bordeaux 

Bordeaux 

Paris 

Bordeaux 

Algiers 



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



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

FRANCE— Continued 

Dipartement 

Cote-d'Or Lyon ' 

C6tes-du-Nord Nantes i 

Creuse Bordeaux 

Deux-Sevres. See Sevres, Deux-. 

Dorgogne Bordeaux 

Doubs- - - Strasbourg ' 

Drome Marseille 

Eure - Havre ' 

Eure-et-Loir Paris 

Finistere Nantes ' 

Oard. Marseille 

Garonne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Oers Bordeaux 

Gironde - Bordeaux 

H6rault Marseille 

Ille-et-Vilaine Nantes > 

Indre. Paris 

Indre-et-Loire Nantes ' 

Isere.- - Lyon ' 

Jura Lyon ' 

Landes Bordeaux 

Loir-et-Cher... Paris 

Loire Lyon • 

Loire, Haute- Lyon i 

Loire-Inf6rieure Nantes • 

Loiret. - - Paris 

Lorraine. See Moselle. 

Lot --- Bordeaux 

Lot-et-Oaronne Bordeaux 

Lozere Marseille 

Matne-et-Lolre Nantes ' 

Manche Cherbourg 

Mame Paris 

Mame, Haute- Strasbourg i 

Mayerme _ Nantes ' 

Meurthe-et-Moselle Strasbourg ' 

Meuse Strasbourg i 

Morbihan Nantes ' 

Moselle Strasbourg • 

Nievre... Paris 

Nord Lille i 

Oise Paris 

Ome Cherbourg 

Pas-de-Calais Calais • 

Puy-de-Dome Lyon ' 

Pyr6n6es, Basses- Bordeaux 

Pyr6n§es, Hautes- Bordeaux 

Pyr6n6es-Orientales Marseille 

Rhin, Bas- Strasbourg i 

Rhin, Haut- Strasbourg ' 

Rhone .-. .-. Lyon ' 

Saone, Haute- Strasbourg • 

Saone-et-Loire Lyon ' 

Sarthe Paris 

Savoie.- Lyon ' 

Savoie, Haute- Lyon i 

Seine Paris 

Seine-Inffirieure Havre • 

Seine-et-Mame Paris 

1 Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

FRANCE— Continued 

Dipartement 

Seine-et-Oise Paris 

Sevres, Deux-. Nantes ' 

Somme Havre • 

T am Marseille 

Tam-et- Garonne Bordeaux 

Var - Marseille 

Vaueluse Marseille 

Vendfie Nantes ' 

Vienne ^ Nantes' 

Vieime, Haute-- Bordeaux 

Vosges Strasbourg ' 

Yonne Paris 

FRENCH INDOCHINA 

All of French Indochina Saigon • 

FRENCH WEST INDIES 
All of the French West Indies Martinique 

GERMANY 

State ("Land") or Prussian province 

Anhalt Leipzig ' 

Austria -.. Vienna • 

Baden Stuttgart i 

Bavaria [Bayern]: 

All of the State except the Palatinate 

[Pfalz]- Munich [Miinchen]' 

All of the Palatinate [Pfalz] Frankfort on the 

Main 
[Frankfurt-am- 
Main] i 

Berlin (Prussian prov.)- Berlin i 

Brandenburg (Prussian prov.), which 
includes the border district Posen- 
West Prussia [Grenzmark Posen- 

Westpreussen] Berlin i 

Bremen [Bremen und sein Staatsge- 

biet] Bremen ' 

Brunswick [Braunschweig] Bremen ' 

Grenzmark Posen-Westpreussen. See 

under Brandenburg. 
Hamburg [Hamburg und sein Staats- 

gebiet] Hamburg • 

Hanover [Hannover] (Prussian prov.): 
All of the Province except the city 

Cuxhaven Bremen ' 

Cuxhaven (stadt) ... Hamburg ' 

Hesse [Hessen] Frankfort on the 

Main 
[ Frankfurt- am- 
Main] i 
Hesse-Nassau [Hessen-Nassau] (Prus- 
sian prov.): 

All of the Province except the ex- 
clave Schmalkalden. Frankfort on the 

Main 
[Fra nkfnrt-am 
Main] ' 

Schmalkalden (kreis) Leipzig' 

Hohenzollern (Prussian prov.) Stuttgart ' 

Llppe.. Cologne [Kbln] ' 



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GERMANY— Continued 

State ("Land") or Prussian province 

Marienwerder. See Prussia, East. 

Mecklenburg Hamburg • 

Oldenburg Bremen ' 

Qstpreussen. See Prussia, East. 

Pfalz [Palatinate]. See under Bavaria. 

Pomerania [Pommern] (Prussian 
prov.) Berlin i 

Posen-West Prussia. See under Bran- 
denburg. 

Prussia. See names of constituent prov- 
inces. 

Prussia, East [Ostpreussen] (Prussian 
prov.), with the exception of the 
former Regierungsbezirk Westpreus- 
sen that comprised the Kreise: 
Marienwerder, Marienburg, Rosen- 
berg, Stuhm, and Elbing (the Stadt- 
kreis and the Landkreis) K8nigsbergi 

Prussia, West. See under Branden- 
burg; also Prussia, East. 

Rhine Province [Rheinprovinz] (Prus- 
sian prov.) Cologne [Koln] i 

Saarland [besonderer Verwaltungs- 

bezirk dcs Reichs] Frankfort on the 

Main 
[Frankfurt- am- 
Main] ' 
Sudetenland: 

The Regierungsbezirke Eger and 

Aussig Dresden ' 

The Regierungsbezirk Troppau-. Berlin • 

Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen): 

All of the State of Saxony except 
the Kreishauptmannschaft of Leip- 
zig Dresden' 

The Kreishauptmannschaft of 
Leipzig _ Leipzig i 

Saxony [Provinz Sachsen] (Prussian 

prov.) Leipzig i 

Schaumburg-Lippe. Cologne [Koln] ' 

Schleswig-Holstein (Prussian prov.).. Hamburg ' 

Silesia (Prussian prov.) Berlin ' 

Thuringia [Thiiringen] Leipzig ' 

Westphalia [Westfalen] (Prussian 

prov.) Cologne [Koln] ' 

Westpreussen. See under Branden- 
burg; and also Prussia, East. 
Wiirttemberg Stuttgart i 

GREAT BRITAIN 
(England, Scotland, and Wales) 

County 

Aberdeen (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Anglesey (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Angus [Forfar] (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Argyll (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ayr (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Banff (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Bedfordshire (England). London, England 

' Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

County 

Berkshire (England): « 

That portion of the county lying 
east of a line drawn through Reading 
(included) southeastwardly to the 
Surrey-Hampshire boundary London, England 

That portion of the county lying 
north and west of a line drawn north- 
eastwardly from Marlborough (in 
Wiltshire) through Didcot (ex- 
cluded), to the Berkshire-Oxford- 
shire boundary Bristol, England 

That portion of the county not 
included in the London and Bristol 
consular districts Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Berwick (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Brecknock (Wales).. Cardiff, Wales 

Buckinghamshire (England).. London, England 

Bute (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Caithness (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Cambridgeshire, including the Isle of 

Ely (England).. London, England 

Cardiganshire (Wales).. Cardiff, Wales 

Carmarthenshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Carnarvonshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Channel Islands, comprising Alder- 

ney, Guernsey, Jersey, Sark, etc Southampton, Eng- 
land 
Cheshire (England): 

That portion of the county lying 

west and south of a line drawn north- 
westwardly from Harecastle, on the 

Stafford-Cheshire boundary, to Mid- 

dlewich (included), and from thence 

to Warrington in Lancashire.. Liverpool, England 

That portion of the county not 

included in the Liverpool district ... Manchester, England 

Clackmannan (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Cornwall, including the Scilly Isles 

(England) Plymouth, England 

Cumberland (England): 

That portion of the county lying 
north of a line drawn from a point 
' common to the boundaries of Cum- 
berland, Westmorland, and Lan- 
cashire, westwardly to St. Bees 

Head Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
That portion of the county not 
included in the Newcastle-on-Tyne 

consular district _. Liverpool, England 

Denbighshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Derbyshire (England) Manchester, England 

Devonshire (England) Plymouth, England 

Dorsetshire (England) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Dumbarton (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Dumfries (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Durham (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
East Lothian [Haddington] (Scot- 
land) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Ely, Isle of. See Cambridgeshire. 

Essex (England) London, England 

Fife (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 



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GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

County 

Flintshire (Wales) -- Liverpool, England 

Forfar. See Angus. 

Glamorganshire (Wales)... Cardiff, Wales 

Glducestershire (England) Bristol, England 

Hampshire, including the Isle of 
Wight (England) Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Herefordshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Hertfordshire (England) London, England 

Huntingdonshire (England) London, England 

Inverness (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Kent (England) London, England 

Kincardine (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kinross (Scotland).. Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kirkcudbright (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lanark (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lancashire (England): 

That portion of the county lying 
east of a line drawn from the point 
where the boundary of Westmor- 
land and Lancashire meets the sea, 
southwardly through Lancaster (in- 
cluded), Preston (included), and 
Wigan (included), to Warrington 

(excluded) Manchester, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the county not 
included in the Manchester consular 
district Liverpool, England 

Leicestershire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Lincolnshire (England): 

The Parts of Kesteven, the Parts 
of Holland, and that portion of the 
Parts of Lindsey lying south of a line 
drawn from the northernmost point 
of Nottinghamshire eastwardly to 
the sea at Saltfleet (excluded) Manchester, Eng- 
land 
That portion of the Parts of Lind- 
sey not included in the Manchester 
consulardistrict(Saltfieet included)- Hull, England 

London (England) London. England 

Man, Isle of ,. Liverpool, England 

Merionethshire (Wales) Liverpool England 

Middlesex (England) London, England 

Midlothian [Edinburgh] (Scotland).. Edinburgh, Scotland 

Monmouthshire (England). Cardiff, Wales 

Montgomeryshire (Wales)... Liverpool, England 

Moray [Elgin] (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Nairn (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Norfolk (England) London, England 

Northamptonshire, including the Soke 
of Peterborough (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Northumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
Nottinghamshire (England). Manchester, Eng- 
land 

Orkney (Scotland) . Glasgow, Scotland 

Oxfordshire (England) London, England 

Peebles (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pembrokeshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

County 

Perth (Scotland): 

That portion of the County Perth 
east of a line from the point where the 
Counties Clackmannan, Perth, and 
Stirling meet, northeast to Blackford 
(excluded), north to Gilmerton (ex- 
cluded), thence along the Sma' Glen 
to Kinloch Rannoch (excluded), 
northeast to Blair Atholl (excluded), 
and north to the point where the 
Counties Aberdeen, Inverness, and 
Perth meet Edinburgh, Scotland 

That portion of the County Perth 
not included in the Edinburgh con- 
sular district Glasgow, Scotland 

Peterborough. Soke of. See North- 
amptonshire. 

Radnorshire (Wales) Cardiff, Waits 

Renfrew (Scotland).. _._ Glasgow, Scotland 

Ross and Cromarty (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 

Roxburgh (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Rutlandshire (England)... Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Scilly Isles. See Cornwall. 

Selkirk (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Shetland (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Shropshire (England): 

That portion of the county lying 
south of a line drawn from the point 
where the River Severn cuts the 
western boundary of Shropshire 
northeastwardly to Market Dray- 
ton (excluded) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

That portion of the county not in- 
cluded in the Birmingham consular 
district Liverpool, England 

Somersetshire (England) _.. Bristol, England 

Staffordshire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

Stirling (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Suffolk (England): 

Suffolk, East London, England 

Suffolk, West London, England 

Surrey (England) London, England 

Sussex (England): 

Sussex, East London, England 

Sussex, West: 

' That portion of the county lying 
east of a line drawn from the Surrey- 
Hampshire boundary southeast- 
wardly to Littlehampton (included). London, England 

That portion of the county not in- 
cluded In the London consular dis- 
trict. Southampton, Eng- 
land 

Sutherland (Scotland). Glasgow, Scotland 

Warwickshire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 
Westlothian [Linlithgow] (Scotland). Edinburgh, Scotland 

Westmorland (England).. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
Wight, Isle of (Hampshire. England)-. Southampton, Eng- 
land 
Wigtown (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 



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GREAT BRITAIN— Continued 

County 

Wiltshire (England): 

That portion of the county lying 
south of a line drawn from a point 
common to the boundaries of Wilt- 
shire, Dorsetshire, and Somersetshire 
northeastwardly to Marlborough 
(included), and thence to Didcot 
in Berkshire-.- --- Southampton, Eng- 
land 

That portion of the county not in- 
cluded in the Southampton consular 
district -- Bristol, England 

Worcestershire (England) Birmingham, Eng- 
land 

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) northwestwardly to 
Richmond (excluded), and thence 
due north to the Yorkshire bound- 
ary, except the city (county borough) 
of Middlesbrough at the north of the 
River Tecs Hull, England 

The city (county borough) of Mid- 
dlesbrough Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 

That portion of the administrative 
county not included in the Hull and 
Newcastle-on-Tyne consular dis- 
tricts --. Bradford, England 

West Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the administrative 
county lying east of a line drawn 
from a point common to the bound- 
aries of Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, and 
Nottinghamshire northwardly to 
Thorne (included), and thence to 
Goole (included) to the county 
boundary, and the city of Selby 
(adjacent to the East Riding bound- 
ary) Hull, England 

That portion of West Riding that 
lies west and northwest of a line 
drawn from Colne (in Lancashire) 
to Hawes (in North Riding) and 
that portion of West Riding that 
lies south of a line drawn from the 
point common to the boundaries 
Cheshire, Derbyshire, and York- 
shire eastwardly to Penistone (in- 
cluded), Barnsley (included), and 
Thorne (excluded), and thence 
southwardly to the northernmost 
point of Nottinghamshire Manchester, Eng- 
land 

That portion of the administrative 
county not included in the Hull, 
Sheffield, and Manchester consular 
districts - - Bradford, England 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

GREECE 

Province [Nomox] 

Achaia [Akhalas] Athens 

Aetolia-Acarnania [Aitollas kai Akar- 

nanlas] Athens 

Arcadia [Arkadlas] Athens 

Argolis-Corinthia [Argolldos kal Ko- 

rinthlas] Athens 

Arta [Artes] -.- Athens 

Attica-Boeotia [Attikes kal Boiotlas] _ . Athens 

Candia [Eraklelou], in Crete Athens 

Canea [KhanfonJ, in Crete Athens 

Cephalonia [KephallenJas] -.. Athens 

Chios [Khiou] - Athens 

Corfu [Kerk;fras] -.. Athens 

Cyclades [Kyklfidon].-- Athens 

Drama [Drfimas] - Salonika 

Elis [Elides] Athens 

Eraklelou. See Candia. 

Euboea [Evvoias] Athens , 

Evros [Evrou] --- Salonika 

Fiorina [Phlorfnes] - Salonika 

Heraclion. See Candia. 
loannfnon. See Yannina. 

Kavalla [Kav&las] - Salonika 

Kephallenlas. See Cephalonia. 
Kerk^as. See Corfu. 

Khalkidike [Khalkidikes] Salonika 

Khanlon. See Canea. 
KhIou. See Chios. 

Kozani [Kozanes] - Salonika 

Kykl&don. See Cyclades. 

Laconia [Lakonlas].- Athens 

Larissa [Larlses] Athens 

Lasithion [Lasethlou], in Crete Athens 

Lemnos, the island Salonika 

Lesbos [L6svou], except the island of 

Lemnos Athens 

Messina [Messenlas] Athens 

Mytilini Island. See Lesbos. 

Pellis [Peiles] Salonika 

Phlorlnes. See Fiorina. 
Phthiotis-Phokis [Phthiotidos kal 

Phokldos] - Athens 

Preveza [Prevfezes] Athens 

Retimo [Reth^mnes], in Crete Athens 

Rodopi [Rodopes] Salonika 

Salonika [Thessalonfkes] Salonika 

Samos [Samou] -.- Athens 

Serres [Serron] Salonika 

Thessalonlkes. See Salonika. 

Trikkala [TrikkSlon] - . - Athens 

Yannina [loanninon] Athens 

Zante [Zak^nthou] Athens 

GUATEMALA 

All of Guatemala Guatemala 

HAITI 

All of the Republic of Haiti Port-au-Prince 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

HONDURAS 



Departamento {or territory) 

Atlantida: 

That portion of the department 
east of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, 
but which otherwise follows the 
meridian of 87°30' west of Green- 
wich - --- 

That portion of the department 
west of a line which follows the Tela 
River from its mouth to its source, 
placing New Tela in the Puerto 
Cortes district, but which otherwise 
follows the meridian of 87°30' west of 
Greenwich 

Choluteca -- 

Colon.. 

Comayagua: 

That portion of the department 

north of latitude 14°30' 

That portion of the department 
south of latitude 14°30' 

Copan 

Cortes 

ElParafsc. 

Qracias 

Intibuca..- 

Islasde la Bahia [Bay Islands] 

La Mosquitia (ter.) 

La Paz 

Ocotepeque 

Olancho 



LaCeiba 



Puerto Cortes 
Tegucigalpa 
La Ceiba 

Puerto Cortes 

Tegucigalpa 
Puerto Cortes 
Puerto Cortes 
Tegucigalpa 
Puerto Cortes 
Tegucigalpa 
La Ceiba 
La Ceiba 
Tegucigalpa 
Puerto Cortes 
Tegucigalpa 
Puerto Cortes 
Tegucigalpa 
Tegucigalpa 



La Ceiba 
Puerto Cortes 



Santa Barbara 

Tegucigalpa 

Valle - 

Yoro: 

That portion of the department 
east of the meridian 87°30' west of 
Greenwich 

That portion of the department 
west of the meridian 87°30' west of 
Greenwich -- 

HUNGARY 



All of Hungary, and the Ruthenian 
territory Budapest • 

ICELAND 
All of Iceland Reykjavik 

INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY 2 

British province or commissionership; 
separate unit of the British Empire; 
Indian state or agency; independent 
border state; etc. 

Aden, the settlement (chief commis- 
sionership) . See under Arabia, ante. 

Agra and Oudh. See United Provinces 
of Agra and Oudh. 

Ajmer-Merwara (chief commissioner- 
ship) Karachi 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands (chief 
commissionership) Calcutta 

Assam (governor's province) Calcutta 

Baluchistan (chief commissionership) . Karachi 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY— Continued 

British province or commissionership; 
separate unit of the British Empire; 
Indian state or agency; independent 
border state; etc. 

B aluchistan Agency (Indian states) . . . Karachi 

Baroda (Indian state) Bombay 

Bengal Presidency (governor's prov- 
ince) and Indian states Calcutta 

Bhutan (independent border state) Calcutta 

Bihar (governor's province, which in- 
cludes Chota Nagpur) Calcutta 

Bombay Presidency (governor's prov- 
ince) Bombay 

Burma (separate unit of the British 
Empire), the Shan States and the 
Karenni States Rangoon, Burma « 

Central India Agency (Indian states) . Bombay 

Central Provinces and Berar (gover- 
nor's province) Bombay 

Cochin (Indian state). Included in 
Madras States Agency, g. v. 

Coorg (chief commissionership) Madras 

Deccan States Agency (Indian states). Bombay 

Delhi (chief commissionership)... Calcutta 

Eastern States Agency (Indian states) : 
States formerly in the Central 

Provinces Bombay 

Feudatory states formerly in Orissa 
and Chota Nagpur. Calcutta 

French India: 

Chandernagor Calcutta 

Karikal Madras 

Mahfe Madras 

Pondichfiry Madras 

Yanaon Madras 



Qujerat States Agency (Indian states) . 

Gwalior (Indian state) 

Hyderabad (Indian state) 

Jam mu and Kashmir (Indian state) . . . 

Kolhapur (Indian state) 

Laccadive Islands. Included in Ma- 
dras Presidency, q. v. 

Madras Presidency (governor's prov- 
ince) 

Madras States Agency (Indian states) 

Mysore (Indian state) 

Nepal (independent border kingdom) . 

North-West Frontier Province (gover- 
nor's province) and Indian states — 

Orissa (governor's province) 

Portuguese India: 

DamSo 

Diu - 

Q5a 

Punjab (governor's province), except 
Simla district, and Indian states 

(including Simla Hill states) 

Simla, the district 

Punjab States Agency (Indian states). 



Bombay 
Bombay 
Madras 
Karachi 
Bombay 



Madras 
Madras 
Madras 
Calcutta 

Karachi 
Calcutta 

Bombay 
Bombay 
Bombay 



Karachi 
Calcutta 
Karachi 



1 Closed. 

' All inquiries requiring correspondence with an oCBcial of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to the Mission 
at New Delhi. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

INDIA AND ADJACENT TERRITORY-Continued 

British province or commistionerthip; 
separate unit of the British Empire; 
Indian state or agency; independent 
border state; etc. 

Rajputana Agency (Indian states), ex- 
cept the states Danta and Palan- 
pur Karachi 

Danta and Palanpur (Indian states) Bombay 

Sikkim (Indian state) Calcutta 

P ind (governor's province) Karachi 

Travancore (Indian state). Included 

In Madras States Agency, q.v. 
United Trovinces of Agra and Oudh 

(govcrntr's province) and Indian 

states Calcutta 

Western India States Agency (Indian 

states) Bombay 

IRAN 

All ol Iran [Persia] except the Third 
and Fourth Provinces... Tehran 

The Third and Fourth Provinces of 
Iran [Persia], consisting of the fol- 
lowing districts: Ardebil, Bijar, 
Khoi, Mababad, Maragheh, Re- 
zaieh, and Tabriz Tabriz 

IRAQ 

All of Iraq [Mesopotamia] except the 
Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Mun- 
tafiq, and Basra Baghdad 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Mun- 
tafiq, and Basra Basra 

IRELAND (EIRE) 
County (province in parentheses) . 

Carlow (Leinster) Dublin 

Cavan (Ulster) Dublin 

Clare (Munster) Cork 

Cork (Munster). Cork 

Donegal (Ulster) Dublin 

Dublin (Leinster) Dublin 

Galway (Connaught) Dublin 

Kerry (Munster) Cork 

Kildare (Leinster) Dublin 

Kilkenny (Leinster) Dublin 

Leitrim (Connaught) Dublin 

Leix [Queen's] (Leinster) Dublin 

Limerick (Munster) Cork 

Longford (Leinster).. Dublin 

Louth (Leinster) Dublin 

Mayo (Connaught) Dublin 

Meath (Leinster) Dublin 

Monaghan (Ulster) Dublin 

Offaly [King's] (Leinster) Dublin 

Roscommon (Connaught) Dublin 

Sligo (Connaught) Dublin 

Tipperary (Munster) Cork 

Waterford (Munster). Cork 

Westmeath (Leinster). Dublin 

Wexford (Leinster) Dublin 

Wicklow (Leinster) ... Dublin 

I Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVl DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

IRELAND. NORTHERN 

County 
All of Northern Ireland, comprising 
the six Ulster counties of Antrim, 
Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Lon- 
donderry, and Tyrone. Belfast 

ITALIAN ISLANDS OF THE AEGEAN 

All of the Italian Islands ol the Aegean 
[Isole Italiane dell'Egeo]— the Dodec- 
anese Islands and the Island of 
Castelrosso [Castellorizzo] Athens, Greece 

ITALY 

Province {.compartimento in parentheses) 

Agrigento [Qirgenti] (Sicilia) Palermo 

Allesandria (Piemonte) Turin' 

Ancona (Marche). Rome 

Aosta (Piemonte) Turin ' 

AquUa degli Abruzzi (Abruzzi e 

Molise).- ... Rome 

Arezzo (Toscana) Florence 

Ascoli Piceno (Marche) Rome 

Asti (Piemonte) Turin i 

Avellino (Campania) Naples 

Bari (Puglie) Naples 

Belluno (Veneto) Venice ' 

Benevento (Campania) _-. Naples 

Bergamo (Lombardia) Milan' 

Bologna (Emilia) Florence 

Bolzano (Venezia Tridentina) Venice « 

Brescia (Lombardia) Milan' 

Brindisi (Puglie) Naples 

Cagliari (Sardegna) Rome 

Caltanissetta (Sicilia) Palermo 

Campobasso (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Carnaro. See Fiume. 
Castrogiovannt. See Enna. 

Catania (Sicilia) Palermo 

Catanzaro (Calabrie) Naples 

Chieti (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Como (Lombardia) Milan' 

Cosenza (CalS,brie) Naples 

Cremona (Lom.bardia) MUan ' 

Cuneo (Piemonte) Turin ' 

Enna [Castrogiovanni] (Sicilia) Palermo 

Ferrara (Emilia) Florence 

Flrenze [Florence] (Toscana) Florence 

Fiume [Carnaro] (Venezia Qiulia e 

Zara)... Trieste ' 

Foggia (Puglie) Naples 

Forli (Emilia) Florence 

Friuli. See Udine. 

Frosinone (L^zio) Rome 

Genova (Ligiiria) Genoa ' 

Girgenti. See Agrigento. 

Gorizia (Venezia GiuliaeZara) Trieste' 

Grosseto (Toscana) Florence 

Imperla (Ligiiria) Genoa ' 

lonio. See Taranto. 
istria. See Pola. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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ITALY— Continued 

Province (.compaTtimento in parentheses) 

Lecce (Puglie). - --- Naples 

Littoria (Lizio) Rome 

Livorno [LeghornJ (Toscana) Florence 

Lucca (Toscana) Florence 

Macerata (Marche) Rome 

Mantova (Lombardia) Milan' 

Massa e Carrara (Toscana) Florence 

Matera (Lucania). Naples 

Messina (Sicilia) Palermo 

Milano (Lombardia) 1 Milan' 

Modena (Emilia) Florence 

Napoli (Campania) --. Naples 

Novara (Piemonte) Turin' 

Nuoro (Sardegna)-- Rome 

Padova (Veneto) Venice ' 

Palermo (Sicilia). Palermo 

Parma (Emilia) Milan ' 

Pavia (Lombardia) Milan ' 

Perugia (Umbria) Rome 

Pesaroe Urbino (Marche) Rome 

Pescara (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Piacenza (Emilia) -__ Milan ' 

Pisa (Toscana). Florence 

Pistoia (Toscana)_ Florence 

Polalistria] (V'eneziaGiuIiaeZara)... Trieste ' 

Potenza (Lucania).. Naples 

Ragusa (Sicilia) Palermo 

Ravenna (Emilia)... Florence 

Reggio di Calabria (Calabrie) Naples 

Reggio nell'Emilia (Emilia) Florence 

Rieti (Lazio) Rome 

Roma (Lazio) Rome 

Rovigo (Veneto) Venice' 

Salerno (Campania) Naples 

Sassari (Sardegna) Rome 

Savona (Liguria) Genoa' 

Siena (Toscana).. Florence 

Siracusa (Sicilia) Palermo 

Sondrio (Lombardia) Milan' 

Spezia, La (Liguria) Genoa ' 

Taranto [lonio] (Piiglie).. Naples 

Teramo (Abruzzi e Molise) Rome 

Terni (Umbria) Rome 

Torino [Turin] (Piemonte) Turin ' 

Tr&pani (Sicilia) Palermo 

Trento (Venezia Tridentina) Venice' 

Treviso (Veneto) Venice' 

Trieste (Venezia Giulia e Zara) Trieste ' 

lldine [Friuli] (Veneto) Trieste ' 

Varese (Lombardia) Milan' 

Venezia (Veneto) Venice' 

Vercelli (Piemonte). Turin' 

Verona (Veneto) Venice' 

Vicenza (Veneto) Venice ' 

Viterbo (Lazio) Rome 

Zara (Vene/ia Giulia e Zara) Trieste ' 

JAMAICA 

All of the island of Jamaica Kingston 

'Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTBICT 

JAPANESE EMPIRE 
(Japan) 
PrefecluTe {ken or fu) 

Aichi Osaka ' 

Akita Tokyo ' 

Aomori Tokyo* 

Chiba - Tokyo » 

Chishima. See Kurile Islands. 

Ehime Kobe* 

Fukui Osaka * 

Fukuoka Kobe' 

Fukushima . Tokyo > 

Gifu. - Osaka' 

Gumma Tokyo ' 

Hiroshima Kobe* 

Hokkaido [Yezo] Tokyo* 

Hyogo: 

The gun (county) of Kawabe, and 
that part of the gun (county) of 
Muko comprising the city of Amaga- 
saki, the mura (villages) of Osho, 
Muko, Ryogen, Koto, Kawaragi, 
Karuo, the city of Nichinomiya, and 

the mura (village) of Seido Osaka * 

All of the ken not included in the 

Osaka consular district Kobe ' 

Ibaraki Tokyo ' 

Ishikawa Osaka ' 

Iwate Tokyo * 

Kagawa Kobe* 

Kagoshima Kobe ' 

Kanagawa Yokohama * 

Kochi Kobe* 

Kumamoto.-- Kobe * 

Kurile Islands [Chishima] Tokyo * 

Kyoto (fu) Osaka * 

Miyagi Tokyo * 

Miyazaki Kobe ' 

Miye Osaka* 

Nagano: 

The gun (county) of Kitasaku, the 
principal cities of which are Karui- 

sawa, Iwamnrata, and Komoro Tokyo * 

That portion of the ken not in- 
cluded in the Tokyo consular dis- 
trict Osaka' 

Nagasaki Kobe ' 

Nara Osaka ' 

Niigata Tokyo' 

Oita Kobe' 

Okayama Kobe* 

Okinawa Kobe* 

Osaka (fu) Osakat 

Ryukyu Islands. See Okinawa and 
kagoshima prefectures. 

Saga Kobe ' 

Saitama Tokyo * 

Shiga Osaka* 

Shimane Kobe ' 

Shizuoka Yokohama* 

Tochigi.. Tokyo* 

Tokushima Kobe* 

Tokyo (fu) Tokyo* 

Tottori Kobe* 

Toyama Osaka' 

Wakayama Osaka ' 

Yamagata Tokyo * 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

JAPANESE EMPIRE— Continued 

(Japan) — Continued 

Prefecture {ken or fu) 

Yamaguchi - -.. Kobe ' 

Yamanashi - Tokyo i 

Yezo. See Hokkaido. 

(Japanese PosseBsionB and Mandated Territoriee) 

Chosen [Korea] -- - Keijo [Seoul] ' 

Karafuto... - Tokyo ' 

Pacific islands under Japanese man- 
date (the Ladrones or Marianas Is- 
lands; the Marshall Islands; and the 
Caroline Islands, including Palau 

and Yap)_. - Tokyo > 

Pescadores Islands [Bokoto] Taihoku i 

Taiwan [Formosa] --- --- Taihoku ' 

LEBANON 
All of Lebanon Beirut 

LIBERIA 
All of Liberia - -- Monrovia 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

The Principality of Liechtenstein Ziirich, Switzerland 

LUXEMBOURG 

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Luxembourg 

MADAGASCAR 

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

MADEIRA 

All of Madeira .-. -.- Punchal 

MEXICO 

State (or territory) 

Aguascalientes- -.- San Luis PotosI, San 

Luis PotosI 
Baja California [Lower California] 
(ter.): 

That part of Baja California north 
of latitude 28° and south and west of 
a line drawn from the intersection of 
the international boundary and the 
meridian of 116° west longitude due 
south to the parallel of 32° north lati- 
tude, and thence to a point on the 
west shore of the Gulf of California 

at latitude 30° north Tijuana, Baja Cah- 

fornia 

• Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 



CONSULAR DISTRICT 



MEXICO— Continued 

State (.or territory) 

Baja California [Lower California] 
(ter.)— Continued. 

That part of Baja California north 
and east of a line drawn from the in- 
tersection of the international bound- 
ary and the meridian of 116° west 
longitude due south to the parallel of 
32° north latitude, and thence to a 
point on the west shore of the Gulf 
of California at latitude 30° north... Mexieali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 
That part of Baja California south 

of 28° north latitude Guaymas, Sonora 

Campeche Mferida, Yucatan 

Chiapas. Veracruz, Veracruz 

Chihuahua: 

That portion of the State lying 
north of a line drawn from the Sonora 
boundary eastwardly through Ma- 
dera to Sauz (both towns excluded) , 
thence northeastwardly through, 
and including, San Antonio on the 
Rio Grande. Ciudad JuSrez, Chi- 
huahua 
That portion of the State not in- 
cluded in the Ciudad Juarez consular 
district Chihuahua, Chihua- 
hua 
CoahuUa: 

That portion of the State lying 
north and east of a line drawn from 
the Chihuahua boundary, east along 
the parallel of 28° north latitude to 
a point directly north of Tanque (in- 
cluded), thence southeasterly to La 
Reforma (excluded) and to Cuatro 
Citaegas (included), and thence by a 
straight line through a point just 
south of Monclova to the Nuevo 

Leon boundary Piedras Negras, 

Coahuila 
That portion of the State bounded, 
on the north, west, and south, by a 
line drawn from the Nuevo Leon 
boundary westwardly through a 
point just south of Monclova to but 
excluding Cuatro Citaegas, thence 
southwardly to but excluding Parras, 
thence southeastwardly to a point on 
the Zacatecas boundary, just west of 
Lavaderos, and thence along the Za- 
catecas boundary to the point com- 
mon to Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and 

Zacatecas Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion of the State boimded 
on the north and east by a line drawn 
from the Chihuahua boundary, east 
along the parallel of 28° north lati- 
tude to a point directly north of 
Tanque (excluded), thence south- 
easterly to La Reforma (included) 
and to Cuatro Cifinegas (excluded), 
thence southwardly to Parras (in- 
cluded) , and thence southeastwardly 
to a point on the Zacatecas bound- 
ary, just west of Lavaderos Torreon, Coahuila 

Colima. - Guadalajara, Jalisco 

Distrito Federal — Mfxico, D. F. 

Durango: 

That portion of the State lying 
west of a line drawn from the inter- 
section of the meridian of 103°30' 
west longitude with the Durango- 
Zacatecas boundary, northwest- 
wardly to Descubridora (excluded), 
and thence due north to the Chihua- 
hua boundary.. Durango, Durango 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 

State (or territory) 

Durango— Continued. 

All of the State not included in the 

Durango consular district Torreon, Coahuila 

Guanajuato - San Luis PotosI, San 

Luis PotosI. 

Guerrero - Mexico, D. F. 

Hidalgo -- Mexico, D. F. 

Jalisco: 

That portion of the State lying 

south of 22° north latitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State lying 

north of 22° north latitude and west 

of the meridian of 103°30' west longi- 
tude - - Durango, Durango 

That portion of the State lying 

north of 22° north latitude and east of 

the meridian of 103°30' longitude San Luis Potosf, San 

Luis PotosI 
Lower California. See Baja California. 

Mfeico Mexico, D. F. 

MichoacSn — Mexico, D. F. 

Morelos - Mexico, D. F. 

Nayarit MazatlSn, Sinaloa 

Nuevo Leon: 

The State of Nuevo Leon, except 

the portion that lies north and north- 
west of a line drawn across the State, 

through Golondrinas and Paras, 

leaving Golondrinas within and 

Par4s without, the Monterrey con 

sular district, and except that part of 

the State that lies to the northeast of 

a line drawn from El Chapul (in the 

State of Tamaulipas) westwardly to 

Laguna de Indies and to China (both 

excluded), thence to Agaialeguas (in- 
cluded), and thence to Ciudad Mier 

(in the State of Tamaulipas) Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion of the State that lies 

north and northwest of a line drawn 

across the State through Golondrinas 

(excluded) and Par&s (included) Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 
That part of the State that lies to 

the northeast of a line drawn from El 

Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) 

westwardly to Laguna de Indies and 

to China (both excluded), thence to 

Agualeguas (included) and thence 

'to Ciudad Mier (in the State of Ta- 
maulipas) Reynosa, Tamauli- 
pas 
Oaxaca: 

That portion of the State west of a 

line drawn from a point common to 

the boundaries of the States of Oax- 
aca, Veracruz, and Puebla, in a 

southeasterly direction to a point at 

96° west longitude and 17° north lati- 
tude, and thence due south to the 

Pacific Ocean Mexico, D. F. 

That portion of the State of Oaxaca 

eastward of a line drawn from the 

point common to the boundaries of 

the State of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and 

Puebla, in a southeasterly direction 

to a point at 96° west longitude and 

17° north latitude, and thence due 

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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 
State (or territory) 

Puebla - Mexico, D. F. 

Queretaro Mexico, D. F. 

Quintana Roo M6rida, Yucatfin 

San Luis PotosI: 

That portion of the State lying 
west of a line drawn due north and 
south through, but excluding, the 
town of Tamazopo (approximately 
in longitude 99°25' west of Green- 
wich) San Luis PotosI, San 

Luis PotosI 

That portion of the State not in- 
cluded in the San Luis Potosi con- 
sular district -- Tampico, Tamauh- 

pas 

Sinaloa - Mazatlan, Sinaloa 

Sonora: 

That portion of the State lying 
south of 29° north latitude Guaymas, Sonora 

That portion of the State lying 
west of 113° west longitude Mexicali, Baja Cali- 
fornia 

That part of the State bounded on 
the west and south by a line drawn 
from the international boundary at 
110° west longitude, due south to the 
Naco-Cananea railway, thence along 
that railway to Cananea (the railway 
and Cananea included), thence in 
the following directions which are 
true, south to the latitude of Mututi- 
cachi, east to the meridian of 110° 
west longitude, south to the parallel 
of 29° north latitude, and east to the 
Sonora-Chihuahua boundary Agua Prieta. Sonora 

That part of the State bounded on 
the east, south, and west by a line 
drawn from the international bound- 
ary line at 110° west longitude, due 
south to the Naco-Cananea railway, 
thence along that railway to Cana- 
nea (the railway and Cananea ex- 
cluded), thence in the following di- 
rections which are true, south to the 
latitude of Mututicachi, east to the 
meridian of 110° west longitude, 
south to the parallel of 29° north lati- 
tude, west to the meridian of 113° 
west longitude, and thence north to 

the international boundary Nogales, Sonora 

Tabasco Veracruz, Veracruz 

Tamaulipas: 

That portion of the State that lies 
north and northwest of a line drawn 
from the international boundary 
through Ciudad Mier (excluded) to 
Agualeguas (in the State of Nuevo 
Leon) - Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 

That portion of the State bounded 
on the east by a line drawn from the 
international boundary at 97°40' 
west longitude in a southwesterly 
direction to El Chapul (included), 
and thence to Laguna de Indios (in 
the State of Nuevo Leon), and 
bounded on the west by a line drawn 
from the international boundary 
through Ciudad Mier (included) to 
Agualeguas (in the State of Nuevo _ 

Leon) Reynosa, TamauU- 

pas 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

MEXICO— Continued 

State (or terntory) 
Tamaulipas — Continued. 

That portion of the State lying 
north of latitude 24° north, except 
the portion that lies west and north- 
west of a line drawn from a point at 
latitude 24° north, longitude 99° west 
of Greenwich, due north to the 
boundary of Nuevo Leon, and except 
the portion that lies north and north- 
west of a line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary at 97°40' west 
longitude in a southwesterly direc- 
tion to El Chapul (excluded) and 
thence to Laguna de Indios (in the 
State of Nuevo Leon) . - Matamoros, Tamau- 
lipas 
That portion of the State lying 
south of 24° north latitude Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 
That portion of the State that lies 
west and northwest of a line drawn 
from a point at latitude 24° north, 
longitude 99° west of Greenwich, due 
north to the boundary of Nuevo 

Leon Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

Tlaxcala Mfexico, D. F. 

Veracruz: 

The State of Veracruz, except the 
part lying northwestward of the Rio 

Cazones Veracruz, Veracruz 

That part of the State lying north- 
westward of the Rio Cazones Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 

Yucatan Merida, Yucatan 

Zacatecas: 

That portion of the State lying 

west of 103°30' west longitude Durango, Durango 

That portion of the State lying 

south of 22° north latitude.. Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State lying 
east of a line drawn due north and 
south through MazapU (included). Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 
That portion 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 portion 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 Monaco ' 

MOROCCO 

The zone of the French protectorate . . Casablanca 

The international zone of Tangier and 
the Spanish protected territory in 
Morocco Tangier 

NETHERLANDS 

Province 

Drenthe Amsterdam ' 

Friesland Amsterdam ' 

Gelderland Amsterdam ' 

I Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NETHERLANDS— Continued 

Province 

Groningen _ Amsterdam ' 

Limburg _ Rotterdam ' 

Noord-Brabant [North Brabant] Rotterdam ' 

Noord-Holland [North Holland] Amsterdam ' 

O veri jssel Amsterdam i 

Utrecht Amsterdam ' 

Zeeland Rotterdam i 

Zuid-Holland [South Holland] Rotterdam ' 

NETHERLANDS INDIES 

Government, province, residency, etc. 

Atjeh (govt.), in Sumatra. Medan, Sumatra' 

Bali _ Surabaya, Java ' 

Bangka and dependencies (res.) Batavia, Java ' 

Benkoelen (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java ' 

Billiton.. _ Batavia, Java i 

Borneo, Netherlands: 
Southern and Eastern Districts 

(res.)- Surabaya, Java ' 

Western District (res.) Batavia, Java ' 

Celebes and dependencies (govt.). Surabaya, Java' 

Djambi (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java ' 

Flores Surabaya, Java ' 

Java: 

Province of East Java (Residencies 
of Besoeki, Bodjonegoro, Kediri, 
Madioen, Madoera (island), Malang, 
Probolinggo, and Soerabaja [Sura- 
baya]) Surabaya, Java' 

Province of Middle Java: 
Residencies of Banjoemas, Ke- 

doe, and Pekalorgan Batavia, Java ' 

Residencies of Djapara-Rem- 

bang and Semarang Surabaya, Java ' 

Province of West Java (Residen- 
cies of Bantam, Batavia, Buiten- 

zorg, Cheribon, and Priangan). Batavia, Java' 

Soerakarta (govt.) _ Surabaya, Java ' 

Jogjakarta (govt.) Surabaya, Java ' 

Lampongs, The (res.), in Sumatra Batavia, Java ' 

Lombok Surabaya, Java ' 

Manado (res.), in Celebes Surabaya, Java ' 

Moluccas, The ..- Surabaya, Java ' 

New Guinea, Netherlands Surabaya, Java ' 

Palembang (res.), in Sumatra.. Batavia, Java ' 

Riouw and dependencies Medan, Sumatra ' 

Soemba Surabaya. Java ' 

Soembawa Surabaya, Java ' 

Sumatra East Coast (govt.) Medan, Sumatra ' 

Sumatra's Westkust (res.) Medan, Sumatra • 

Tapanoeli (res.), in Sumatra... Medan, Sumatra ' 

Timor and dependencies (res.) Surabaya, Java ' 

All other Netherlands islands east of 
Java and Borneo... Surabaya, Java ' 

NEW CALEDONIA 

All of New Caledonia and dependen- 
cies (including the Wallis Archi- 
pelago, the Loyalty Islands, the 
Huon Islands, Futuna, and Alofl),. Noumea 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



77 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

All of Newfoundland and Labrador— St. John's 

NEW ZEALAND 

Provincial district 

Auckland Auckland 

Canterbury Wellington 

Hawke's Bay Wellington 

Marlborough Wellington 

Nelson Wellington 

Otago, Including Stewart Island Wellington 

Taranaki Wellington 

Wellington Wellington 

Westland --- Wellington 

NICARAGUA 

All of Nicaragua Managua 

NORWAY 



Province [Fylke] 9 

A kershus 

Aust-Agder 

Buskerud 

Finnmark 

Hedmark 

Hordaland 

Jan Mayen (island) - 

M0re: 

That portion of the Province 

known as Sunnm0re 

That portion of the Province 
known as Nordm^re 

Nordland 

Nord-Tr0ndelag 

Opland 

0stfold 

Rogaland 

Sogn og Fjordane 

S«lr-Trfindelag - 

Svalbard [Spitsbergen]. 

Vest Agder 

Vestfold 

Telemark 

Troms..- - 



Oslo' 

Osloi 

Osloi 

Osloi 

Osloi 

Bergen 

Oslo" 

Bergen ' 

Oslo » 

Oslo' 

Oslo" 

Oslo" 

Oslo" 

Bergen 

Bergen 

Oslo" 

Oslo" 

Oslo' 

Oslo" 

Oslo" 

Oslo" 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PACIFIC ISLANDS— Continued 

Islands, colonies, etc. 

Cook Islands Wellington, N. Z. 

Easter Island [Isla de Pascua] Valparaiso, Chile 

Ellice Islands Sydney, Australia 

Fiji Islands Suva 

Futuna .. Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

GalSpagos Islands [Archipifelago de 
Colon] Guayaquil, Ecuador 

Gamhier Islands Tahiti, Bociety Is- 
lands 

Gilbert Islands Sydney, Australia 

Huon Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Iles-sous-le-Vent. See Society Islands. 

Juan Fernandez Islands 

Kermadec Islands 

Ladrones. See Marianas Islands. 

Leeward Islands |fles-sous-le-Vent]. 
See Society Islands. 

Loyalty Islands 

Marcus Island [Minami Toroshima]. 
Marianas Islands [Ladrones] (in the 

Jap. mandate) 

Marquesas Islands 

Marshall Islands (in the Jap. mandate). 

Minami Toroshima. See Marcus 
Island. 

Nauru (mandated ter. of Great Brit- 
ain, Australia, and New Zealand). 

New Caledonia 

New Guinea (Australian mandate)... 

New Hebrides 

Niue Island 

Norfolk Island 

Palau Islands (in the Jap. mandate)--. 

Papua (Australian ter.) 

Pascua, Isla de. See Easter Island. 
Paumotu Archipelago. See Tuamotu 

Archipelago. 

Pitcairn Island 

Samoa, W^estern (N. Z. mandate) 

Society Islands (including tles-sous-le- 

Vent) - 

Solomon Islands (Br.) 

Solomon Islands (in the New Guinea 
mandate) 

Stewart Island (N. Z.) 

Tokelau. See Union Islands. 

Tuamotu'Archipelago[Paumotu Archi- 
pelago] 

Tubuai Archipelago. See Austral 
Islands. 



Valparaiso, Chile 
Wellington, N. Z. 



Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 
Tokyo, Japan ' 

Tokyo, Japan ' 
Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 
Tokyo, Japan " 



Sydney, Australia 
Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 
Sydney, Australia 
Sydney, Australia 
Wellington, N. Z. 
Sydney, Australia 
Tokyo, Japan " 
Sydney, Australia 



Wellington, N. Z. 
Wellington, N. Z. 

Tahiti, Society I 

lands 
Sydney, Australia 

Sydney, Australia 
Wellington, N. Z. 



PACIFIC ISLANDS' 

Islands, colonies, etc. 
Alon NoumSa, New Cale- 
donia. 

Auckland Islands Wellington, N. Z. 

Austral Islands [Tubuai] Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands. 

Bonin Islands - Tokyo, Japan' 

Caroline Islands (in the Jap. mandate) Toyko, Japan ' 

Chatham Islands..- Wellington, N. Z. 

Colon Archipelago. See Oal&pagos 
Islands. 

" Closed. , 

' For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, and colonies in the Pacific, which are served i 

by American consular offices, are entered under the heading "Pacific Islands" rather than separately under the names of the i 

several political entities concerned. •' 



Tahiti, Society Is- 
lands 



629065—45- 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

PACIFIC ISLANDS— Continued 

Islands, colonies, etc. 

Union Isljinds [Tokelau] Wellington, N. Z. 

Wallis Archipelago Noumea, New Cale- 
donia. 
Yap Island (in the Jap. mandate) Tokyo, Japan * 

PALESTINE AND TRANS-JORDAN 

All of Palestine and Trans-Jordan Jerusalem 

PARAGUAY 
All of Paraguay Asuncion 

POLAND 

All of Poland (including the Teschen 
territory). Warsaw ' 

PORTUGAL 

Administrative districts 

Aveiro Oporto 

Beja Lisbon 

Braga Oporto 

Braganga Oporto 

Castelo Branco ^ Lisbon 

Coimbra Oporto 

E vora Lisbon 

Faro (Algarve) Lisbon 

G uarda Oporto 

Leiria Lisbon 

Lisboa (Lisbon) Lisbon 

Portalegre.. Lisbon 

Porto. Oporto 

S antarfim. Lisbon 

Setubal Lisbon 

Viana do Castelo Oporto 

Vila Real Oporto 

Vizeu Oporto 

RUMANIA 
AH of Rumania Bucharest • 

SPAIN 

Province 

Alava Bilbao 

Albacete Valencia 

Alicante Valencia 

Almeria Malaga 

Avila Madrid 

Badajoz Seville 

Baleares (Balearic Islands) Barcelona 

Barcelona Barcelona 

Burgos Bilbao 

C &ceres Seville 

C&diz Seville 

Castellon Valencia 

Ciudad Real Madrid 

Cordoba Seville 

Coruna Vigo 

' Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SPAIN— Continued 

Province 

Cuenca Madrid 

Gerona Barcelona 

Granada MSlaga 

Guadalajara Madrid 

Guiptizcoa San SebastiSn 

Huelva Seville 

Huesca Barcelona 

Jato Malaga 

LasPalmas. See Canary Islands, 
ante. 

Leon Bilbao 

Lferida Barcelona 

Logrono Bilbao 

Lugo Vigo 

Madrid.- Madrid 

Malaga Malaga 

Murcia Valencia 

Navarra San Sebastian 

Orense ,. Vigo 

Oviedo Bilbao 

Palencia Bilbao 

Palmas, Las. See Canary Islands, 

ante. 

Pontevedra Vigo 

Salamanca Madrid 

Santa Cruz de Tenerife. See Canary 

Islands, ante. 

Santander Bilbao 

Segovia Madrid 

Sevilla Seville 

Soria Madrid 

Tarragona Barcelona 

Teruel - Valencia 

Toledo Madrid 

Valencia Valencia 

Valladolid Madrid 

Vizcaya (Biscay) Bilbao 

Zamora Vigo 

Zaragoza Barcelona 

SURINAM (NETHERLANDS GUIANA) 

All of Surinam. Paramaribo, Surinam 

SWEDEN 

Province [Ldn] 

Alvsborg... .- Goteborg 

Blekinge Malmo 

Gavleborg Stockholm 

Goteborg och Bohus Goteborg 

Gotland Stockholm 

Halland Goteborg 

Jamtland Stockholm 

Jonkoping --- Goteborg 

Kalmar Malmo 

Kopparberg - Stockholm 

Kristianstad Malmo 

Kronoberg. Malmo 

Malmohus Malmo 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

SWEDEN— Continued 

Province [Ldn] 

Norrbotten Stockholm 

Orebro (except the town of Hallefors). Stockholm 

Hfillefors - Goteborg 

Ostergotland Stockholm 

Skaraborg - Goteborg 

Sodermanland - Stockholm 

Stockholm Stockholm 

Uppsala Stockholm 

Varmland Goteborg 

Vfisterbotten - Stockholm 

Vasternorrland Stockholm 

Vastmanland Stockholm 

SWITZERLAND 

Canton 

Aargau [Argovie]..- Zurich 

AppenzeU, comprising Outer Rhodes 

and Inner Rhodes Zurich 

Basel, comprising Baselland [Bftle- 
Campagne] and Baselstadt [B61e- 

Ville] - Basel 

Bern [Berne] - Bern 

Fribourg [Freiburg] - Bern 

Geneva [Geneve, Genf] Geneva 

Glarus [Glaris]. - Zurich 

Graubunden [Grisons].. Zurich 

Luzern [Lucerne] -- --- Zurich 

Neuchfltel [Neuenburg] - Bern 

St. Gallen [St. Gall] Zurich 

Schafihausen [Schaflhouse]..- .- Zurich 

Bchwyz Zurich 

Solothurn [Soleure] Basel 

Ticino [Tessin] - Zurich 

Thurgau [Thurgovie] Zurich 

Unterwalden, comprising Nidwalden 
[Unterwald-le-Bas] and Oberwalden 

[Unterwald-le-Haut] Zurich 

Uri... - Zurich 

Vaud [Waadt] Geneva 

Valais [Wallis] Geneva 

Zug[Zoug] --- Zurich 

Zurich [Zurich]... Zurich 

SYRIA 

All of Syria Damascus 

THAILAND 

All of Thailand Bangkok' 

TURKEY 

Vilayet 
Adana [sometimes Seyhan] except the 

city of Adana Iskenderun 

Adana, city of.. .- - Adana 

Adrianople. See Edirne. 

Afyon Karahisar Izmir 

' The following vilayets comprise a zone east of the 
diction of all foreign consulates in Turkey: Agri, Bingol, 
and Van. 

' Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY— Continued 

Vilayet 

Agri (capital: Karakose) ' _ Istanbul 

Amasy a Istanbul 

Ankara [Angora] Istanbul 

Antalya Izmir 

Aydin... Izmir 

Balikesir Istanbul 

Bilecik Istanbul 

Bingol (capital: Qapakgur) i Istanbul 

Bitlis ' Istanbul 

Bolu Istanbul 

Burdur. Izmir 

Bursa [Brusa] Istanbul 

Canakkale [Dardanelles] (which in- 
cludes the islands of Imbros and 

Tenedos) Istanbul 

Cankiri Istanbul 

Coruh (capital: Artvin) Istanbul 

Corum Istanbul 

Denizli --- Izmir 

Diyarbekiri Istanbul 

Edirne [Adrianople] Istanbul 

Elftziz ' Istanbul 

Erzincan i Istanbul 

Erzurum ' Istanbul 

Eskijehir Istanbul 

Gaziantep Iskenderun 

Giresun Istanbul 

Giimu§ane Istanbul 

Hakkfiri (capital: Colemerik) Iskenderun 

Hatay (capital: Antakya [Antioch]).. Iskenderun 

Icel (capital: Mersin)... Iskenderun 

Isparta Izmir 

Istanbul [C onstantinople] Istanbul 

Izmir [Smyrna]. Izmir 

Kars> Istanbul 

Kastamonu Istanbul 

Kayseri Iskenderun 

Kirklareli Istanbul 

Kir§ehir Istanbul 

Kocaeli (capital: Izmit) Istanbul 

Konya Iskenderun 

Kutahya Izmir 

Malatya Iskenderun 

Manlsa.. Izmir 

Mara? - Iskenderun 

Mardin Iskenderun 

Mugla Izmir 

Mu?' - .- Istanbul 

Nigde Iskenderun 

Ordu Istanbul 

Rize Istanbul 

Samsun Istanbul 

Seyhan. See Adana. 

Siirt Iskenderun 

Sinop Istanbul 

Sivas Istanbul 

Euphrates which the Turkish Goverrment excludes from the juns- 
Bitlis, Diyarliekir, Eiaziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, Kars, Muj, Tunceli, 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

TURKEY— Continued 

Vilayet 
Smyrna. See Izmir. 

Tekirdag [Rodosto] Istanbul 

Tokat Istanbul 

Trabzon [Trebizond] Istanbul 

Tunceli i Istanbul 

Urfa Iskenderun 

Van I Istanbul 

Yozgat Istanbul 

Zonguldak Istanbul 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Province 
Cape of Good Hope: 

That portion of the Province 

lying west of 25° east longitude Capetown 

That portion of the Province 

lying east of 25° east longitude Port Elizabeth 

Natal Durban 

Orange Free State Johannesburg.Trans- 

vaal 
Transvaal Johannesburg 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

All of the Soviet Union except the city 

of Vladivostok Moscow 

The city of Vladivostok Vladivostok 

URUGUAY 

All of Uruguay. -_ Montevideo 

VENEZUELA 

State (OT territory) 

Amazonas (ter.) Caracas 

Anzoategui ' Caracas 

Apure Caracas 

Aragua Caracas 

Barinas- Caracas 

Bolivar - Caracas 

Carabobo Caracas 

Cojedes -.. Caracas 

Delta Amacuro (ter.) Caracas 

Distrito Federal: 

All of the Department of Liberta- 
dor Caracas 

All of the Department of Vargas. La Ouaira 

Falcon Maracaibo 

Quarico Caracas 

Lara Caracas 

Mferida Maracaibo 

Miranda Caracas 

Monagas Caracas 

Neuva Esparta Caracas 

Portuguesa Caracas 

■ The following vilayets comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes from the juris- 
diction of all foreign consulates in Turkey: Agri, Bingol, Bitlis, Diyarbekir, Elftziz, Erzincan, Erzurum, Kars, Mu?, Tunceli, 
and Van. 

2 For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, and colonies in the West Indies, which are 
served by American consular offices, are entered under the heading "West Indies" rather than separately under the names of 
the several political entitles concerned. 

' There is a vice consulate on this island. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

VENEZUELA— Continued 

State {OT territory) 

Sucre Caracas 

Tachira Maracaibo 

Triijillo Maracaibo 

Yaracuy Caracas 

Zamora. See Barinas. 

Zulia Maracaibo 

WEST INDIES > 

Island 
Anegada (Br. Virgin Islands, B. W. 

I.) Antigua, B. W. I, 

Anguilla (Leeward Islands, B.W.I.) _ Antigua, B. W. I. 
Antigua (Leeward Islands, B. W. L). Antigua, B. W. I. 

Aruba 3 (Curacao) Curacao, W. I. 

Bahama Islands Nassau, N. P., Ba- 
hama Islands 

Barbados (B. W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Barbuda (Leeward Islands, B.W.I.)- Antigua, B. W. I. 
Bequia (Windward Islands, B. W. I.). Grenada, B. W. I. 

Bonaire (Cura?ao) Curacao, W. I. 

Caicos Islands, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

Cannouan (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I.) Grenada. B. W. I. 

Carriacou (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Cayman Islands (B. W. I.) Kingston, Jamaica 

Cuba. See Cuba, ante. 

Cura<;ao (Curacao) --- Curaxjao, W. I. 

Dominica (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I.) . Grenada, B. W. I. 

Dominican Republic Ciudad Trujillo, D. 

R. 

French West Indies Martinique 

Grenada(WindwardIslands,B.W.I.)- Grenada, B. W. I. 
Grenadines, The (Windward Islands, 

B. W. I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Haiti Port-au-Prince, 

Haiti 
Hispaniola. See Dominican Republic 

and Haiti, ante. 

Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

Jost van Dykes (Br. Virgin Islands, 

B. W. I.) Antigua, B. W. I. 

Mayreau (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Montserrat (Leeward Islands, B. W. 

I.) Antigua, B. W. 

Mustique (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Nevis (Leeward Islands, B. W. 1.).. Antigua, B. W. I. 
Peter (Br. Virgin Islands, B. W. I.)-- Antigua, B. W. I. 
Redonda(LeewardIslands, B.W.I.)- Antigua, B. W. I. 



I. 



CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



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CONSULAR DISTRICT 



WEST INDIES— Continued 
Island 

Saba ( Curacao) Curajao, W. I. 

St. Christopher [St. Kitts] (Leeward 

Islands, B. W. I.)... Antigua, B. W. I. 

St. EustatiusC Curacao) - Curajao, W. I. 

St. Lucia (Windward Islands, B. W. 

I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

St. Martin: 

The southern portion, a part of the 

Netherlands possession Curacao Curacao, W. I. 

The northern portion Martinique, F.W.I. 

St. Vincent (Windward Islands, B. W. 
I.) Grenada, B. W. I. 

Tobago (B. W. I.) Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. L 

Tortola (Br. Virgin Islands, B. W. I.). Antigua, B. W. I. 

Turks Islands, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

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

Union (Windward Islands, B. W. I.)_. Grenada, B. W. I. 

' See Yugoslavia, p. 61, for allocation of former political 
Bosnia, etc. 
' Closed. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION CONSULAR DISTRICT 

WEST INDIES— Continued 

Island 

Virgin Islands, British (B. W. I.),.... Antigua, B. W. I. 

Virgin Qorda (Br. Virgin Islands, 

B. W. I.) Antigua, B. W. I. 

YUGOSLAVIA » 

Province [Banovina] 

Dravska Zagreb 2 

Drinska Belgrade 2 

Dunavska [Danube] Belgrade 2 

Moravska Belgrade ' 

Primorska [Sea Coast] Zagreb 2 

Savska Zagreb 2 

Vardarska Belgrade > 

Vrbaska Zagreb 2 

Zetska: 

The eastern portion only, as in- 
cluded in the Okruzni Inspektorati 
of Bijelo Polje and Mitrovica. Belgrade ^ 

The western portion only, as in- 
cluded in the Okruzni Inspektorati 
of Dubrovnik and Cetinje.. Zagreb' 

divisions: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia-Slavonia, Slovenia, 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES ' 

The following Tariff of United States Foreign Service Fees, prescribed by the President 
under authority of section 1745, Revised Statutes, as amended (22 U. S. C. 127), shall be 
charged by diplomatic and consular officers and all persons connected with embassies, legations, 
or consulates for official services. All charges for such services must be in strict accordance with 
this tariff, and be collected in the coin of the United States or at its representative value in ex- 
change (22 U.' S. C. 128). For each and every fee where the representative vahie in exchange 
is collected instead of the coin of the United States, there shall be collected a sufficient amount 
of foreign currency to enable the officer to purchase as of the date of collection a sight draft in 
the amount of the fee as prescribed by this tariff payable at par to the Treasurer of the United 
States. No fee or compensation will be collected for any service not covered by this tariff. 

No fees prescribed in this tariff shall be charged or collected by officers for official services 
to American vessels or seamen (22 U. S. C. 89). Undocumented vessels owned by American 
citizens and vessels documented under the laws of the Philippine Islands are not exempt from 
the payment of the fees prescribed herein. Consular agents will make the fees prescribed in this 
tariff for services to vessels and seamen a basis of collection from the Treasury for those services. 

All fees must be paid in advance and before the fee stamps are canceled, except in case of 
attendance out of office or of commissions where the amount cannot be determined until the 
service is performed. In the latter cases the amount of the fees shall be carefully estimated, 
and in these cases only, the estimated cost of the service shall be deposited with the officer 
before the service is performed, subject to refundment of any balance remaining. 

A copy of this tariff shall be posted in a conspicuous place in diplomatic and consular offices 
(22 U. S. C. 101). 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




INVOICE SERVICES 






INVOICE SERVICES— continued 




1 


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), including any additional declara- 
tion 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 forwarding of the same in 
bond (see item No. 30) 


$2.50 
1.00 

1.00 
No fee 


4 

5 

6 


Certificate to extra copies of invoices, each.. 

Certificate of disinfection of goods to be 
shipped to United States in such number 
of copies as will meet the requirements of 
the regulations and instructions and pro- 
vide the shipper with one copy for his own 
use - 


$1.00 
2.50 




PASSPORT SERVICES 

Execution of application for passport (no 
exceptions) 




2 


Certification of invoice of returned Ameri- 
can goods -. 


1.00 


3 


Certificates and declarations as above de- 
scribed, when issued for a shipment not 
covered by a consular Invoice, including 
declaration of foreign shipper of articles ex- 
ported for exhibition and return (Form 
No. 204) and immigrant's oath regarding 
teams and vehicles, and in connection 
with quarantine regulations 


Examination of passport application exe- 
cuted before a foreign ofiBcial 


1.00 




Examination of passport application accom- 
panied by a certificate signed by the appli- 


1.00 




Issue of passport. 


9.00 




Exceptions— 

(a) Officers or employees of the 

United States traveling on offi- 
cial business, or members of 
their immediate families 

(b) Seamen 






Exception- 
Certificates for food and drug prod- 
ucts or insecticides (Forms Nos. 197 
and 217) 


No fee 
No fee 



' As established by Executive Order 7968 of Sept. 3, 1938 and amended by Executive Orders 8297 of Dec. 4, 1939, 9303 
of Feb. 11, 1943, 9407 of Dec. 17, 1943, and 9507 of Dec. 20, 1944. 

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Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




PASSPORT sgRvicES— continued 






SERVICES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN 






Issue of passports— continued. 




8 


Bill of health, in duplicate (in triplicate, if 






Exceptions— continued, 
(c) Widows, children, parents, broth- 






necessary) 


$5. 00 








Exception- 






ers, and sisters of American sol- 






Foreign government-owned or char- 






diers, sailors, or marines buried 






tered vessels engaged exclusively 






abroad, whose journey is for the 






in oflScial duties 


No fee 




purpose of visiting graves of 






Bill of health for Panama Canal, in dupli- 






such soldiers, sailors, or marines- 


No fee 




cate (In triplicate, if necessary) 


5.00 




Amendment or verification of an American 




9 


For receiving and delivering ship's register 






passport 


No fee 




and papers, $1 for each 100 tons or fraction 






Renewal of an American passport 


$5. 00 




thereof, registered measurement (net), of 






Exceptions — 






the vessel for which the service is per- 






Same as (a), (6), and (c) above respect- 






formed, if under 1,000 tons; but for Ameri 






ing issue of passports if bearer of 






can vessels running regularly by weekly or 






passport has status held by him at 






monthly trips, or otherwise, to or between 






time of issue of passport. 






foreign ports, this tonnage fee will not be 






Execution of application for registration 


No fee 




charged for more than four trips in a year; 






Issue of certificate of identity and registra- 






and tonnage fees shall not be exacted for 






tion 


1.00 




any vessel touching at or near ports in 
Canada on her regular voyage from one 






Execution of affidavit in regard to American 






birth in connection with application lor 






port to another within the United States, 






registration or for passport 


No fee 




unless some official service required by law 






For a certified copy of executed form for re- 






shall be performed (see sec. V-22). 






patriation of native-born American women 




10 


And for every additional 100 tons net or frac- 






under act of June 25, 1936 (49 Stat. 1917). .. 


1.00 




tion thereof 


.50 






11 


Shipping or discharging seamen, including 






VISA SERVICES FOR ALIENS 






the certificate thereof attached to crew list 




7 


Execution of application for immigration 


1.00 
9.00 


1? 


and shipping articles and given to seamen. 
Authentication of copies of protests or other 


2.00 




visa - 

Immigration visa.- 




necef sary documents for vessels or seamen 
not otherwise provided for 








2.00 




Execution of application for passport visa, 




13 


Preparation and acknowledgment for vessels 






except where the fee has been reciprocally 






or seamen ot any oath or declaration for 






reduced or waived under the authority of 






which a form is given in the Foreign Serv- 






the act of February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976). 






ice Regulations, or asimilar necessary serv- 






(The term '-passport visa" refers to the 






ice not otherwise provided for. See item 






visa of a passport or other travel doc- 






No. 7 for visa of alien crew lists 


2.00 




imient) 


1.00 


14 


Preparation and execution for vessels or sea- 






Passport visa, or visa of affidavit in lieu 






men of any certificate for which a form is 






thereof, except where the fee has been re- 






given in the Foreign Service Regulations, 






ciprocally reduced or waived under the 






or similar necessary service not otherwise 






authority of the act of February 25, 1925 
(43 Stat. 976) -- 






provided for 


2.00 




9.00 


15 


Orders or letters for vessels or seamen for 






Exception^ 






which forms art given in the Foreign Serv- 






Application for or the visa of the pass- 






ice Regulations, or other similar necessary 






port for any ofiBcer of any foreign 






service not otherwise provided for 


2.00 




government, or members of his im- 




16 


Recording, wnen necessary, for vessels or sea- 






mediate family, its armed forces, or 






men any document covered by the pro- 






of any state, district, or municipal- 






visions of the Foreign Service Regulations, 






ity thereof ,_ 


No fee 




for every 100 words or fraction thereof 


.50 




Limited entrv certificate: 
Application for limited entry certificate... 


No fee 


17 

18 


Noting marine protest 


2.00 




Extending marine protest 

If it exceeds 200 words, for every additional 


3.00 




Limited entry certificate . - 


No fee 


19 


100 words 


.50 




Transit certificate: 


Protest of master against charterers or 






Application for transit certificate 


No fee 
No fee 


20 


freighters 


2.00 




Clearance when issued by the consul, as at 
free ports. 






Transit certificate 








2.00 




Visa of alien crew list 


2.00 


21 


Attending an appraisement of vessel's goods 












Supplemental visa of alien crew list 


No fee 




or effects, for each day's attendance. 


6.00 



TARIFF OF UNITED STlATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



85 



Nature of service 



8KETICE8 TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN— COn. 

Attending sale of vessel's goods, for each 
day's attendance during which the sale 
continues - 

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 the traveling expenses, when- 
ever the consul's interposition is required 
by the parties interested, for each day... 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER 
SERVICES 

Administering an oath and certificate thereof 
Exceptions- 
Recording the intention to become a 
resident and remain a citizen of the 
United States, or for administering 
the oath of allegiance to a child born 
abroad of American parents as pro- 
vided for in section 6 of the act of 

March 2, 1907 - ---- 

Administering the oath of allegiance 
under the act of May 9, 1918, amend- 
ing the act of June 29, 1906, to a per- 
son who lost his citizenship by rea- 
son of military service with a coun- 
try then at war with a country with 
which the United States was at war 

on May 9, 1918 (8 U. S. C. §18) 

For administering the oath of alle- 
giance under the act of June 25, 1936, 
to a native-born American woman 
who lost her citizenship by marriage 
to an alien and whose marriage is 

term inated - 

Administering any and all oaths required to 
be made by pensioners and their witnesses 
in the execution of their pension vouchers, 
or by persons presenting claims for pen- 
sions or increase of pensions, or claims for 
insurance or insurance allowances paid by 
Federal or a State Government, or allot- 
ments, or certifying to the competency of 
a local official before whom said papers 
were executed, or for other services in re- 
lation thereto _ 

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 
representative shall own the entire out- 
standing capital stock, in connection with 

their official business or accounts 

Administering oaths or taking acknowledg- 
ments, or authenticating the signatures of 
foreign officials, in connection with kins- 
men's petitions for wages and effects of de- 
ceased seamen of the American merchant 
marine -- 



Fee 



$5.00 



5.00 



No fee 



No fee 



No fee 



No fee 



No fee 



No fee 




34 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER 

SERVICES— continued 

Acknowledgment of a deed or power of at- 
torney, or similar service, including one 
or more signatures, with certificate there- 
of, for each copy 

Acknowledgments and authentications con- 
nected with the assignment and transfer of 
United States bonds or other United 
States Government financial obligations 
or of powers of attorney therefor or to col- 
lect interest thereon 

Notarial and other services rendered officials 
of foreign governments who render gratui- 
tously reciprocal courtesies to officers (in- 
cluding military and naval officers) of the 

Government of the United States 

Certifying to official character of a foreign 

notary or other official 

Exception — 
Authentications under authority of 
the United States Quarantine Regu- 
lations, in the form prescribed by 
the Department of State, certifying 
to official character of officials who 
sign foreign deratization certificates 
and deratization exemption certifi- 
cates (see item No. 8) 

For taking depositions, executing commis- 
sions or letters rogatory, where the record 
of testimony including caption and certifi- 
cate does not exceed 500 words (excluding 

punctuation) 

For each additional 100 words or fraction 

thereof - 

The foregoing fee shall cover the ad- 
ministration of the oath and all serv- 
ices of the consul as commissioner, but 
shall not include services of clerk, 
stenographer (dictation and typing) 
or typist, which shall be additional at 
the rate prescribed herein for copying 
Translating or interpreting, for every 100 
words of translation or fraction thereof, or 
for interpreter per hour or fraction thereof _ _ 
The foregoing fee shall be collected only 
when it is necessary that a member of 
a consular staff be detailed as translator 
or interpreter in the execution of a 
commission to take testimony. 
Exception — 
This item is not applicable to criminal 
cases under the act of June 20, 1936 
(49 Stat. 1561, 1564). 
Copies (carbon copies to be charged for at 
the same rate as originals. This includes 
the typing of office forms where requested 
and where such service is not included in 
any other item of this tariff). 
For every lOO words or fraction thereof.. 



86 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 


Item 
No. 


Nature of service 


Fee 




MISCELLANEOUS NOTAEIAL AND OTHER 

SERVICES— continued 






MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER 

SERVICES— continued 




35 


For certifying to the correctness of a copy of, 
or extract from, a document, oflBcial or 




39 


Any and all services in connection with the 
execution of tax returns, Federal, State, 






private... .-. 


$2.00 




Territorial, municipal, or insular _ 


No tee 




Each copy certified is to be considered 




40 


For certifying to the correctness of copies of 






an original, and a fee charged for the 






certificates of American origin, manufac- 






certification. 






ture, or inspection, where such services are 






Exception— 






performed upon written orders of the Secre- 






For the certification of a document, or 






tary of State for the purpose of advancing 






copy thereof, the original of which 






the export trade of the United States (see 






is authorized to be furnished with- 






item No. 1) 


No fee 




out charge 


No fee 


41 


Presenting a bill of exchange or other nego- 
tiable instrument for acceptance, payment, 




36 


.Additional fee for all services contemplated 








by fees numbered 24,28, 31, 32, 34, and 35, 






or protest, for each hour or fraction thereof 






when rendered elsewhere than at the con- 
sular ofiBce at the request of the interested 




42 


outMde of the consular office 


$1.00 




Certifying to protest and noting of a bill of 






parties, for each hour or fraction thereof 


1.00 




exchange or other negotiable instrument 






In connection with any service rendered 






and giving notice thereof to drawer and 












indorsers when requested to do so... 


2.00 




quest of private individuals, the exact 




43 


Any and all services performed for American 






amount of the expenses actually and 






citizens while outside the United States in 






necessarily Incurred by the person ren- 






preparation of ballots to be used in any 






dering the service shall be collected 






primary, general, or other public elections 






from the persons for whom the service 






in the United States, its territories, or pos- 






is performed in addition to the fee or 






sessions, whether Federal, State, Terri- 






fees prescribed therefor, but no 






torial, county, town, or municipal 


No fee 




amount in excess of the fee or fees pre- 
scribed and such actual and necessary 




44 


Certificate of Witness to Marriage (Form 






expenses shall be charged or accepted. 






No. 87), in duplicate - 


1.00 








37 


Recording unoflBcial documents In consulate 
upon request; 




46 


For taking into possession the personal es- 
tate of any citizen who shall die within the 






For every 100 words or fraction thereof.. 


.50 




limits of a consular district, inventorying. 




38 


Any and all services indicated in the Tariff 
of Fees performed for the official use of the 






selling, and finally disposing of, according 
to law, the balance due thereon for each 






Government of the United States; any 






$100 of market value or fraction thereof 


2.00 




and all notarial services, such as the ad- 






Exception- 






ministration of oaths or the taking of 






No fee shall be charged on securities 






acknowledgments, in connection with the 






not negotiable by the consular offi- 






execution of forms or other documents 






cer; and evidences of debt not due 






issued by or to be presented to any depart- 






and payable in the country where 






ment or agency of the Government of the 






the decedent died. No charge shall 






United States, the gratis performance of 






be made for placing the official seal 






which is not otherwise provided for in the 






upon the personal property or effects 






Tariff of Fees; and any and all notarial 






of such deceased citizen, or for break- 






services performed for members of the 






ing or removing such seals. 






armed forces of the United States or for 




46 


For each certificate of protection, semsar, or 






any civilian employees of the Govern- 






certificate of employment issued at Tan- 






ment of the United States 


No fee 




gier 


2.00 











CLASSIFICATION OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS ' 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS I 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Mahlon Fay Per- 
kins. 
Thomas D. Bow- 


CaliL . 


Foreign Service officer 


Department 


Mar. 


26, 1942 


July 


24, 1930 


Jan. 


29,1909 


$10,000 


Mo.._ 


Consul general 


Johannesburg... 


Oct. 


1, 1941 


Oct. 


1, 1935 


Jan. 


11,1912 


10,000 


Coert duBois 


Calif.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Oct. 


7, 1941 


Oct. 


1, 1935 


Sept. 


28, 1919 


10,000 


Arthur C. Frost 


Mass.. 


Consul general 


Toronto 


Oct. 


12, 1944 


Oct. 


1, 1935 


Apr. 


1,1915 


10,000 


J. Klahr Huddle.. __ 


Ohio.. 


Counselor of legation. . 


Bern 


July 


7, 1941 


Oct. 


1, 1935 


Apr. 


19, 1915 


10,000 


Frank P. Lockhart.. 


Tex... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Aug. 


24, 1942 


Oct. 


1, 1935 


July 


1, 1925 


10,000 


H. Merle Cochran.^ 


Ariz... 


First secretary 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


Dec. 


9, 1942 


Nov. 


16, 1936 


§Feb. 


12, 1918 


10,000 


Ely E. Palmer 

North Winship 


R. I 


Consul general 


Sydney 


Aug. 


23, 1940 


June 


1, 1937 


Jan. 


13, 1911 


10,000 


Ga.... 


Consul general 


Montreal 


Oct. 


12, 1944 


June 


1, 1937 


July 


19, 1910 


10,000 


Oeorge T. Summer- 

lin. 
Eugene H. Dooman. 


La.... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Aug. 


25, 1941 


July 


29, 1937 


Apr. 


7, 1910 


10,000 


N. Y. 


Foreign Service oflBcer. 


Department 


Feb. 


16, 1943 


Mar. 


1, 1939 


Apr. 


27, 1912 


10,000 


Joseph E. Jacobs 


S. C... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Office of the 
U.S, Political 
Adviser, staff 
of Supreme 
Allied Com- 
mander, Med- 
i terranean 
Theater, Na- 
ples. 


Jan. 


1, 1945 


Mar. 


1, 1939 

■ 


Nov. 


8, 1915 


10,000 


H£nry M. Bank- 


Fla.... 


Commercial attachfe... 


Ottawa 


June 


20, 1933 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


10,000 


head. 






















Thomas L. Hughes. 


D. C. 


Consul general 


Vancouver 


Aug. 


27, 1943 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


10,000 


Sam E. Woods 


Miss.. 


Consul general 


Ziirich 2 


July 


3, 1942 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


10,000 


Joseph W. Ballan- 

tine. 
Monnett B. Davis.. 


Mass-- 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Jan. 


7, 1942 


Nov. 


16, 1939 


June 


30, 1909 


9,800 


Colo... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Apr. 


25, 1941 


Nov. 


16, 1939 


§Dec. 


31, 1920 


9,800 


Nathaniel P. Davis. 


N. J. . 


Foreign Service officer 


Department 


Sept. 


3, 1943 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


July 


1, 1921 


9,800 


John G. Erhardt 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Feb. 


25, 1941 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Jan. 


9, 1920 


9,800 


Robert D. Murphy. 


Wis... 


Foreign Service officer^. 


Supreme Head- 
quarters, Al- 
lied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 


Sept. 


15, 1944 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


§Mar. 


1, 1921 


9,800 


Erie R. Dickover... 


Calif-. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


June 


28, 1943 


May 


1, 1941 


June 


4, 1914 


9,600 


Lowell C. Pinkerton. 


Mo... 


Consul general 


Jerusalem 


Feb. 


14. 1941 


May 


1, 1941 


Oct. 


3, 1917 


9,600 


George L. Brandt... 


D.C.. 


Consul general 


Naples. 


Mar. 


9, 1944 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Apr. 


21, 1915 


9,400 


H. Freeman Mat- 


Md... 


Foreign Service officer . 


Department 


June 


28, 1943 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Jan. 


15, 1924 


9,200 


thews. 






















Maxwell M. Hamil- 
ton. 
Maynard B. Barnes. 


Iowa.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


July 


3, 1944 


June 


4, 1943 


§June 


4, 1943 


9,200 


lowa.- 


Foreign Service officer. 


Sofia 


Oct. 


24, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 


30, 1919 


9,200 


William P. Blocker.. 


Tex... 


Consul general 


Ciudad Ju&rez.. 


tJune 


18, 1938 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


21, 1913 


9,200 



• Arranged chronologically according to salary and when salary is the same according to date of appointment to present 
class. 

2 Assigned also to Liechtenstein. 

3 With the personal rank of ambassador. 

87 



88 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS I— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pomted 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Richard P. Butrick. 


N. Y.. 


Counselor of economic 
affairs. 


On detail as in- 
spector. 


May 25, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Dec. 1, 1921 


$9, 200 


Felix Cole 


D. C_ 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Monrovia 


Aug. 16,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Jan. 1, 1915 


9,200 


Robert F. Kelley... 


Mass . 


Counselor of embassy- 


Ankara 


tAug. 9, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Jime 15,1937 


9,200 


Joseph F. McOurk_. 


N.J_.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Aug. 19,1942 


July 


16. 1943 


Apr. 15,1915 


9,200 


Edward L. Reed 


Pa__.. 


Counselor of embassy. 


Buenos Aires 


Oct. 27,1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Dec. 10,1920 


9,200 


H. Earlo Russell 


Mich . 


Consul general 


Capetown 


Aug. 2, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 6, 1916 


9,200 


Rudolf E Schoenfeld 


D C 


Counselor of embassy'. 


Oslo 2 


JJuly 1,1942 
















Warsaw 2 


Apr. 1, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 10,1916 


9,200 








Praha2 


tSept. 15, 1943 










Harold H. Titt- 


Mo... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Vatican City 


Dec. 24,1941 


July 


16, 1943 


May 2, 1921 


9,200 


mann, Jr. 


















Ralph H. Ackerman. 


Calif 




Madrid 


May 13,1939 


July 


16, 1944 


July 1, 1939 


9,000 


Pa 


Counselor of embassy 


Oslo 3 


Dec. 29, 1944 


July 


16, 1944 


July 1, 1939 


9,000 






for economic affairs. 














Donald R. Heath... 


Kans.. 


Counselor of mission *. 


Staff of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 


Nov. 1, 1944 


July 


16, 1944 


Oct. 4, 1920 


9,000 


James Hugh Keeley, 

Jr. 
Alfred W. Klieforth. 


Calif.. 


Consul general 


Antwerp 


JDec. 29,1944 


July 


16, 1944 


Apr. 13,1920 


9,000 


Pa.... 


Consul general 


Winnipeg 


Sept. 5,1941 


July 


16, 1944 


June 15,1916 


9,000 


Thomas H. Lockett- 


Ky.... 


Counselor of embassy 
for economic affairs. 


M6xico, D. F.... 


tNov. 5,1942 


July 


16, 1944 


July 1, 1939 


9,000 


Robert B. Macatee.. 


Va.... 


Foreign Service offlcer. 


Department 


May 1, 1941 


July 


16. 1944 


Nov. 1,1918 


9,000 




Wis 


Counselor of embassy 


Oslo 3 


Oct. 11, 1944 


July 


16, 1944 


Jan. 4, 1917 


9,009 






and consul general. 














Daniel J. Reagan 

Loyd V. Steere 

Harold S. TewelL... 


D C 


Commercial attachfi 


Bern 


Dec. 16,1941 


July 


16, 194< 


July 1, 1939 


9,00( 


Calif 


Agricultural attache. _ 
Consul general and 


London 


June 28, 1939 


July 


16, 1944 


July 1, 1939 


9,000 


N.Dak 


Rio de Janeiro . . 


Dec. 3, 1942 


July 


16, 1944 


Feb. 1, 1942 


9,000 






first secretary. 















FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS II 



Irving N. Liimell... 

Carol H. Foster 

Paul R. Josselyn 

Myri S. Myers 

Lynn W. Meekins.. 
William E. Dunn... 

H. Coit MacLean... 

Lacey C. Zapf 

Joseph Flack 

Cecil M. P. Cross... 
Hugh S. Fullerton... 



Mass._ 
Md... 
Iowa.. 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Tex... 

Va.... 
Tenn . 
Pa.... 
R. I... 
Ohio-. 



C onsul general 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service offlcer. 

C onsul general 

Foreign Service offlcer 
Counselor of embassy 

for economic affairs. 

Consul general 

Commercial attache... 
Counselor of embassy. 

Consulgeneral 

Counselor of embassy 

and consul general. 



Capetown 

Department. 
Department. 

Calcutta 

Department. 
Bogota 



Rome 

Canberra.. 
Caracas... 
Sao Paulo- 
Paris 



May 


19, 1943 


Aug. 


29, 1941 


Aug. 


28, 1943 


Apr. 


1, 1944 


Jan. 


31, 1944 


Oct. 


4, 1943 


tOct. 


20, 1944 


Mar. 


21, 1942 


May 


9, 1941 


Mar. 


21, 1941 


Sept. 


13, 1944 



July 


1, 1931 


Jan. 


3, 1938 


Jan. 


3, 1938 


Jan. 


3, 1938 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Nov. 


16, 1939 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Aug. 


1, 1940 



Oct. 


21, 1914 


Oct. 


4, 1919 


Apr. 


25, 1910 


Sept. 


30, 1907 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1. 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Oct. 


9, 1916 


Dec. 


23, 1919 


Mar. 


8, 1920 



1 With the personal rank of minister. 

* Qovcrnmonts of Norway, Poland, and Czechoslovakia established in England. 

8 Gowrnment of Norway established in England. 

' Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



89 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS II— Continued 





Whence 






Date of as- 
signment 


Date 


of ap- 


Date of 




Name 


ap- 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 


entry into 


Salary 




pointed 






present class 


service 




George?. Shaw 

Raymond E. Cox,.. 


Calif 


Counselor of embassy. 
Foreign Service ofHcer. 


Quito 


Nov. 4,1944 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Nov. 1, 1920 


$8, 800 


N.Y.. 


Department 


Sept. 30, 1943 


May 


1, 1941 


Sept. 1, 1921 


8,600 


GeorgeK. Donald... 


Ala.-.. 


Consul general 


Windsor. 


Dec. 23,1940 


May 


1, 1941 


July 25,1914 


8,000 


Clarence J. Spiker... 


D.C-. 


Consul general 


Melbourne 


Mar. 8,1943 


May 


1, 1941 


May 29, 1914 


8,600 


J. Webb Benton 


N. Y-. 


Consul general 


LSopoldville 


Apr. 26,1944 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Dec. 8, 1920 


8,400 


Fdward M Oroth 


N Y 


Counselor of legation. . 
Counselor of embassy . 


Pretoria . 


Oct. 1, 1942 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1920 


8,400 


Hugh Millard 


Nebr.. 


Santiago 


July 6, 1944 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


June 2, 1919 


8,400 


Raymond H. Geist.. 


Ohio.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Feb. 11,1944 


June 


1, 1942 


Nov. 25, 1921 


8,400 


Parker W. Buhrman. 


Va... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Staff of U.S. Po- 
litical Adviser 
f n German Af- 
fairs, Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 


Oct. 5, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 10, 1918 


8,200 


Herbert S. Bursley.. 


D..C.- 


Counselor of embassy. 


Mevico. D. F. .. 


Sept. 28, 1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 21, 1916 


8,200 


William E. De- 


Tex... 


Foreign Service officer. 


On detail as in- 


Aue. 17,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Jan. 1. 1922 


8,200 


Courey. 






spector. 












Dudley G.I) wyre.- - 


Colo.. 


Counselor of embassy 
and consul general. 


Montevideo 


tAp.-. 1, 1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 6, 1919 


8,200 


Walter A. Foote 


Tex... 


Consul general 


Curacao 


July 15.1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 30, 1920 


8,200 


Waldemar J. Gall- 


N.Y.. 


Counselor of embassy. 


London 


tJan. 7, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 7, 1922 


8,200 


George D. Hopper. . 


Ky... 


Consul general 


St. John's, N. F. 


June 19,1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 5, 1917 


8,200 


Charles A. Liven- 


Wash. 


Economic counselor. . . 


Office of U. S. 


Dec. 3, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


8,200 


good. 






Representa- 
tive, Allied 
Commission 
for Italy, 

Nai>les. 












Sydney B. Redecker. 


N.Y.. 


Secretary.. 


Staff of U. S. 

■ Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Supreme Head- 
quarters, Al- 
lied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 


Dec. 30,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


July 24,1919 


8.200 


Harold Shantz 


N.Y.. 


Counselor of embassy. 


Belgrade '.. 


Dec. 23,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 30, 1921 


8,200 


Ashley B. So well 


Tenn . 
Calif.. 


Commercial attache... 
Foreign Service officer. 


Panama 


tJan. 15, 1940 
Aug. 24,1942 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 
May 27,1921 


8,200 


Edwin F. Stanton... 


Department 


8,200 


Christian T. Steger.. 


Va.... 


Counselor of embassy 


Athens 


Nov. 27, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


.Ian. 2, 1920 


8,200 






and consul. 














Howard K. Travers. 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


June 22,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 13,1919 


8,200 


Fletcher Warren 


Tex... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Oct. 15,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 23, 1921 


8,200 


Don C. Bliss, Jr . 


Miss.. 
D. C. 


Commercial attache... 
Counselor of embassy 


London... 


tApr. 15,1943 
tNov. 5,1942 


Nov. 
Nov. 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 


8,000 


Walter J. Donnelly.. 


Rio de Janeiro. _ 


8,000 






for economic affairs. 














William R. Langdon. 


Mass.. 


Consul general 


Kunming 


June 10,1943 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


July 17,1911 


8,000 


Alfred T. Nester 


N. Y.. 


Consul general 


Palermo 2 


Jan. 5, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Nov. 22, 1919 


8,000 


Albert F. Nufer. 


N. Y.. 


Counselor of embassy 


Habana 


tNov. 5,1942 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 






for economic aflairs. 














George Atcheson, Jr. 


Calif.. 


Counselor of embassy. 


Chungking 


Dec. 4,1942 


July 


16, 1944 


Feb. 1, 1942 


8,000 


Merwin L. Bohan... 


Tex... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


July 10,1944 


July 


16, 1944 


July 1, 1939 


8,000 


Selden Chapin 


Pa.... 


Counselor 


Paris 


Sept. 1,1944 


July 


16, 1944 


Apr. 20,1925 


8,000 


J. Rives Childs 


Va 


Counselor of legation 
and consul general. 


Tangier 


JMar. 30, 1944 


July 


16, 1944 


Nov. 3,1923 


8,000 



















' Government of Yugoslavia established in England. 

2 Assigned also as counselor of embassy on the Advisory Council, Allied Commission for Italy. 



90 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS II— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


George F, Keiman . 


Wis... 
Wis... 
N. Y.. 
Calif.. 

Ill 

Colo.. 
Ga.... 
Va-... 


Counselor of embassy. 
Agricultural attach^... 
Foreign Service officer. 
Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Agricultural attache... 
Foreign Service officer. 
Economic counselor... 


V 
Moscow 


May 22,1944 
July 28,1934 
Aug. 15, 1944 
Oct. 9, 1943 
Aug. 27,1941 
Sept. 30, 1939 
Dec. 15,1942 
Sept. 12, 1944 


July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 
July IR, 1944 
July 10.1944 
July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 
Sept. 9,1944 


Oct 1,1926 
July 1, 1939 
Oct. 1, 1926 
Sept. 10, 1920 
Oct. 30,1920 
July 1. 1939 
May 11,1924 
Sept. 9, 1944 


$8,000 


Paul O. Nyhus 

Samuel Reber 

Robert L. Smyth... 

Leo D. Sturgeon 

Clifford C. Taylor.. 
John Carter Vincent. 
Harry C. Hawkins. 


Buenos Aires 

Department i... 
Victoria, B. C... 

Department 

Ottawa 

Department 

London . 


8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8.000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 









FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS III 



Hugh H. Watson.. 
William H. Beck.. 

John D. Johnson... 
George R. Merrell. 
Leslie E. Reed 



Dayle C. McDon- 

ough. 
George C. Howard.. 

Lester L. Schnare... 

CurtisT. Everett... 

Samuel J. Fletcher.. 

Edwin Carl Kemp.. 

Jeflerson Patterson.. 

Harold L. William- 
son. 

Edward S. Crocker, 
2d. 

Homer S. Fox 

Harry F. Hawley... 

Frank S. Williams.. 

Charles E. Dicker- 
son, Jr. 

Clayton Lane 

James E. McKenna. 

Paul G. Minneman. 

Karl L. Rankin 

Angus Ward 

Howard Donovan... 

Albert M. Doyle.... 

Richard Ford 



Vt.-.. 
D. C 

Vt.... 
Mo... 
Minn. 

Mo... 

D. C. 

Ga..-. 
Tenn. 
Maine. 
Fla... 
Ohio.. 
El 



Edwin A. Plitt 

Christian M. Ravn- 

dal. 
Wainwright Abbott. 



Charles A. Bay 

Hiram A. Boucher.. 
Clarence C. Brooks. 
George H. Butler... 
Harry E. Carlson... 



Mass. 

Mich. 
N. Y.. 
Miss.. 
N.J... 

Calif.. 
Mass. 
Ohio.- 
Maine. 
Mich.. 

Ill 

Mich.- 
Okla.. 

Md.... 
Iowa. 

Pa.-.. 

Minn. 
Minn. 
N.J.. 
111.... 
111..... 



Consul general 

Consul general . . _ 

Consul 

Secretary 

Consul general and 

first secretary. 
Foreign Service officer. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 
Consul general 

Counselor of embassy. 

Commercial attache. . 
Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
First secretary and 

consul. 

Secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 
Agricultural attache.. 
Commercial attache.. 
Foreign Service officer . 

Consul 

Consul general 

First secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer 
Counselor of legation 

Consul general and 

first secretary. 
Commercial attache.. 

Consul 

First secretary 

Counselor of embassy 
First secretary and 

consul. 



Glasgow 

Hamilton, Ber 
muda. 

Montreal 

New Delhi 

Asuncion 

Department... 

Habana 

Rome 

Toronto 

Calcutta 

Halifax. 

Lima 

Bordeaux 

Lisbon 

Ottawa 

Bilbao 

Department . . 
Lisbon 

New Delhi 

Department... 

Habana 

Athens 

Department-- 

Bombay ' 

Amsterdam . . . 
Tehran. 

Department - 
Stockholm 

Port-au-Prince. - 

Mexico. D. F. 

Auckland 

Santiago 

Panama. 

Stockholm 



Feb. 5, 1942 
Nov. 22, 1939 

June 25, 1942 
Mar. 24, 1942 
Sept. 30, 1943 

Sept. 29, 1943 

Nov. 6,1942 

Aug. 26,1944 
Aug. 18,1942 
July 5, 1943 
Apr. 8, 1941 
tDec. 9, 1942 
Nov. 11, 1944 

tFeb. 22,1944 

Dec. 4, 1944 
Sept. 22, 1942 
June 3, 1942 
June 17,1943 

Apr. 26,1943 
Nov. 5,1941 
Apr. 15,1942 
Oct. 21,1944 
Apr. 21,1944 
Jan. 7, 1939 
tDec. 29,1944 
Sept. 29, 1943 

May 31, 1941 
Dec. 23,1943 

Apr. 13,1944 

tNov. 13, 1942 
Sept. 26, 1941 

tNov. 14, 1941 
July 28,1944 
Dec. 12,1941 



July 


24, 1930 


Dec. 


17, 1931 


June 


1, 1937 


June 


16, 1938 


Mar. 


1, 1939 


Apr. 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Mar. 


1, 1940 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


May 


1, 1941 


May 


1, 1941 


May 


1, 1941 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Feb. 


1. 1942 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Feb. 


1,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Oct. 


20.1942 


Oct. 


20,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 



Nov. 


10,1906 


Dec. 


29, 1931 


Sept. 


20, 1922 


Jan. 


4, 1922 


May 


9, 1914 


Oct. 


6, 1919 


July 


1, 1939 


May 


5, 1916 


Oct. 


29, 1919 


Oct. 


19, 1917 


May 


7, 1914 


Sept. 


8. 1921 


Jan. 


28, 1919 


Sept. 


30, 1922 


July 


1, 1939 


Nov. 


1,1909 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


June 


1, 1925 


July 


1, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Apr. 


20, 1925 


Nov. 


29, 1921 


Aug. 


11,1922 


Apr. 


12, 1923 


Nov. 


30, 1921 


Nov. 


26, 1920 


Apr. 


17, 1920 


Oct. 


2, 1940 


Oct. 


4,1920 


July 


1, 1939 


Oct. 


1, 1926 


Jan. 


21,1916 



' Temporarily detailed to London as counselor of mission on staff of U. S. Political Adviser, Supreme Headquarters 
Allied Expeditionary Force. 

' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



91 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS lU— Continued 



Name 



Owen L. Dawson.. 

Samuel H. Day 

Hooker A. Doolittle 
Fayette J. Flexer 

Raleigh A. Gibson. 

Julian F. Harring- 
ton. 
Frank Anderson 

Henry. 
Thomas McEnelly.. 

John R. Minter 

John J. Muceio 

Earl L. Packer 

Austin R. Preston. - 

Benjamin Reath 

Riggs. 
Joseph C. Satter- 

thwaite. 
James T. Scott 

Samuel Sokobin 

George Tait 

Marshall M. Vance. 
Jesse F. Van Wickel. 
John W. Bailey, Jr.. 

Donald F. Bigelow.. 
David McK. Key... 
Marcel E. Malige... 

Renwick S. McNiece 
Warwick Perkins. . . 

J. Bartlett Richards- 
Maurice W. Altaffer 
William W. Butter- 
worth, Jr. 

George R. Canty 

Paul C. Daniels 

Cecil W. Gray 



Julian C. Greenup. 
George J. Haering.. 
A. Dana Hodgdon. 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



111... 
Calif 
N. Y 
111... 

111... 

Mass.. 

Del... 

N. Y. 
S. C- 
R. I.. 

Utah. 
N. Y. 

Pa... 

Mich 

Ga... 

N. J.. 
Va... 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 
Tex.. 

Minn 
Tenn 
Idaho 

Utah., 
Md.. 

Md... 
Ohio.. 
La.-.. 

Mass. 
N. Y., 
Tenn. 



Calif. 
N. Y. 
Md.. 



Designation 



Agricultural attach^.. 
Commercial attache.. 

Consul general 

First secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 
Counselor of embassy 

Consul 

Consul 

Counselor of legation.. 
Counselor of embassy. 

First secretary 

C onsul general 

Consul 

First secretary and 

consul. 
C ommercial attach^ . . 



Consul 

First secretary 

Foreign Service officer 
Commercial attach^ . _ 
Consul general and 

first secretary. 

First secretary. 

Consul general 

Counselor of embassy 

for economic affairs. 

Maritime delegate 

First secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer 

Consul 

Counselor of embassy 



Foreign Service officer 
Counselor of embassy. 
Counselor of embassy. 



Counselor of embassy 
for economic affairs. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 



Post 



Chungking... 

Pretoria ' 

Alexandria... 
Madrid 

Mexico, D. F... 

Brussels 

Port Elizabeth. 

Tampico 

Canberra 

ilabana 

Ankara 

Lourenco Mar- 
ques. 
Malmo 

Damascus 

Beirut 

Damascus 

Birmingham- -. 
Bern 

Department 

The Hague 2... 
Santiago 

Bern. 

Barcelona 

Warsaw ^ 

Horta -. 

Moscow 

Department 

Zurich 

Madrid 

Department 

Bogota 

OfflceoftheU.S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, staff of 
Supreme Al- 
lied C om- 
mander, Med- 
iterranean 
Theater, Na- 
ples. 
Lima 

The Hague 2 



Date of as- 
signment 



June 11,1943 
Apr. 16,1942 
Apr. 28, 1944 
Mar. 28, 1944 

tAug. 8, 1941 

Sept. 15, 1944 

June 24,1942 



Jan. 
JDec. 
Aug. 
Oct. 

tApr. 



5, 1942 
3,1943 
2,1944 

29. 1942 

29. 1943 



Dec. 30,1942 



Feb. 29,1944 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
tOct. 
Nov. 



7, 1942 
1,1942 
29, 1944 
15, 1942 
18, 1944 
9,1944 
8,1943 



tNov. 25, 1941 
tJuly 7, 1944 
Dec. 23,1944 

Mar. 21, 1944 
Nov. 10,1942 

May 27,1944 

May 31,1933 

JMar. 28, 1944 

Nov. 16, 1943 
Oct. 22,1943 
Dec. 23,1944 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



tDec. 9, 1942 
Dec. 22,1944 
Aug. 26,1944 



1 Assigned to serve at Jonannesburg. 

' Government of Poland established in England. 



Staff of Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 
2 Government of the Netherlands established in England 



July 16, 1943 

July 16, 1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16, 1943 

July 16,1943 



July 

July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
Oct. 



16, 1943 

16, 1943 

16, 1943 
16, 1943 
16, 1943 
16, 1943 
1, 1943 



Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 
July 16, 1944 
July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 
July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



July 16, 1944 
July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 



July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Jan. 29, 1917 

§June 2, 1925 

July 12,1920 

Apr. 19,1921 

Oct. 1, 1912 

Feb. 11,1914 
§June 4, 1940 

Aug. 29, 1921 
§Sept. 1, 1936 

Oct. 16,1922 

Dec. 24,1919 

July 16,1924 

July 1, 1939 

May 29, 1914 

Oct. 13,1923 

July 5, 1921 

July 1, 1939 

§Oct. 1, 1943 

July 4, 1921 
Apr. 20,1925 
July 14,1921 

July 8, 1920 
Nov. 6,1924 

July 1, 1939 
Oct. 28,1921 
June 2, 1928 

July 1, 1939 
Sept. 29, 1927 
July 5,1923 



July 1, 1939 
Nov. 6,1924 
§Jan. 11,1934 



92 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST! JANUARY 1, 194 5 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS III— Continued 



Name 



Joel C. Hudson. 



Lester DeWitt 
Mallory. 

Quincy F. Roberts.. 

James Somerville 

Paul P. Steintorf.... 

Howard H. Tewks- 
bury. 

S. Walter Washing- 
ton. 

George H. Winters.. 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Mo__. 

Calif.. 

Tex... 
Miss.. 
Va._.. 
Mass.. 

W.Va. 

Kans. 



Designation 



First secretary and 

consul. 
Agricultural attache... 

Consul . 

Commercial attachg... 
Foreign Service officer 
Commercial attach^... 

F irst secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 



Santiago 

Paris 

Belfast 

Tehran.^ 

Department.. 
Quito 

San Jose 

Ciudad Juarez 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 

Aug, 

Dec. 



12. 1943 

27. 1944 

4. 1942 
15, 1944 

3. 1943 
7, 1939 

3,1944 

22. 1944 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Apr. 12,1923 

July 1, 1939 

Apr. 17,1915 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Oct. 1, 1926 

Apr. 1, 1925 



Salary 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS IV 



Hasell H. Dick 


S. C__ 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Sept. 17, 1941 


May 9, 1930 


Mar. 14, 1911 


$6, 900 


Walter H. Sholes... 


Okla.- 


Consul general 


Basel 


Mar. 31, 1941 


May 9,1930 


Sept. 18, 1911 


6,900 


Harold B. Quarton... 


lowa.- 


Consul general 


M&laga 


Sept. 28, 1942 


Feb. 4, 1931 


Apr. 29,1912 


6,900 


Richard F. Boyce.. 


Mich-. 


Consul general and 


Habana 


July 6, 1943 


Oct. 1, 1935 


July 10,1920 


B, 9O0 






first secretary. 












Henry S. Water- 
man. 

C. Porter Kuyken- 
dall. 

James P. Moffitt.... 


Wash 


Consul. - ... 


Monterrey 

Liverpool 


Apr. 26,1941 


June 1, 1937 


Jan. 25,1917 


6,90C 


Pa.... 


Consul general 


tMar. 16, 1944 


Jure 16,1938 


Oct. 2, 1920 


6,90C 


N. Y.. 


Consul general 


Caracas 


tJuly 6, 1944 


Mar. 1,1939 


Oct. 10,1919 


6,90C 


Harold D. Fmley.. 


N. Y.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Managua 


Nov. 2,1943 


Apr. 1, 1939 


Oct. 2, 1920 


6,90C 


Erwin P. Keeler 


Ind... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


July 9, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


July 1, 1939 


6,90C 


Gardner Richard- 


Conn.. 


First secretary 


Bern 


Dec. 8, 1941 


July 1, 1939 


July 1, 1939 


6,90( 


Edmund B. Mont- 


Ill .... 


Foreign Service officer . 


Department 


Nov. 2,1943 


May 1,1941 


Feb. 12,1919 


6,60( 


gomery. 
















Paul C. Squire 


Mass.. 
Va 


Consul ' 


Geneva 


July 19,1941 
Oct. 2, 1941 


May 1, 1941 
Aug. 16, 1941 


Nov. 17, 1919 
Nov. 6,1924 


6,60( 


William H. Beach. . 


Consul 


Johannesburg... 
Department 


6,60( 


Allan Dawson 


Iowa.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


June 20,1944 


Aug. 16,1941 


Apr. 20,1925 


6,60( 


James Orr Denby... 


Ind... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Office of the 
U.S. Political 
Adviser, staff 
of Snpreme 
Allied Com- 
mander, Med- 
iterranean 
Theater. 


Dec. 28,1944 


Aug. 16,1941 


Sept. 6,1921 


6,60( 


Lynn W. Franklin.. 


Md... 


Consul 


Niagara Falls . . 


Sept. 16, 1940 


Aug. 16,1941 


Jan. 9, 1912 


6,60( 


Curtis C. Jordan 


Calif-. 
Fla— . 


Consul. ...... 


San Luis Potosl. 
Montevideo 


Mar. 26, 1942 
Mar. 12, 1940 


Aug. 16, 1941 
Feb. 1, 1942 


Feb. 29,1920 
July 1, 1939 


6,60 


Robert G. Glover... 


Commercial attache... 


6,40( 


Charles W. Lewis, 

Jr. 
David C. Berger 


Mich.. 


Consul general 


Casablanca 


tDec. 22,1944 


Feb. 1, 1942 


Apr. 12,1923 


6,40( 


Va.-.. 


Consul general and 


Buenos Aires 


tJan. 8, 1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


July 1, 1920 


6,20 






first secretary. 












Lewis Clark... 


Ala... 


Consul general and 


Ottawa 


tDec. 29,1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


Nov. 2,1925 


6,20 






first secretary. 












Cabot CovUle 


Calif. - 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Stockholm 


Apr. 20,1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


Oct. 1, 1926 


6,20( 


Leonard O. Dawson. 


Va.... 


Consul 


Barranquilla 


Mar. 22, 1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


Oct. 22,1918 


6, 20 


Gerald Keith 


Ill 


Counselor of embassy. 


Warsaw '. 


Nov. 15,1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


Feb. 24,1927 


6,20( 



1 Consul general Dec. 7, 1944. 

' Government of Poland established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



93 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS IV— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pomted 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Charles Roy Na- 
smith. 


N. Y 


Consul. 


Edinburgh 


Aug. 23, 1935 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Feb. 8, 1907 


$6,20(1 


















Samuel R. Thomp- 
son, 
t'harles E. Bohlen.. 


Calif 


Consul 


Barbados 


May 31,1944 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Nov. 20, 1916 


6,200 
6,200 


Mass.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


June 3, 1942 


July 


16, 1943 


May 1, 1929 






Consul.- 


Lvon '... 


Nov. 21, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 13, 1919 


6,20;i 




N. Y 


First secretary . . . 


Praha 2 


Feb. 7, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 8, 1923 


6,20(1 


I.jhn M. Cabot 


Mass-. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


July 3, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 1, 1926 


6,20(1 


A. Bland Calder_.._ 


N. Y.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Chungking 


Dec. 27, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


July 1, 19.39 


6,20(1 


Lpo J. Callanan 


Mass.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Rio de Janeiro. - 


May 25, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 4,1923 


6,200 


Archie W. Childs... 


Ohio.. 


Assistant commercial 
attache. 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


May 28, 1935 


July 


16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


6, 200 


Walton C. Ferris.... 


Wis... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Oct. 21, 1941 


July 


16. 1943 


§Jan. 11,1934 


6,200 


George Gregg Ful- 


Calif,. 


Consul 


Antwerp 


Oct. 5, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 6, 1937 


6,200 


ler. 
W. Perry George 


Ala... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Apr. 24, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 28,1916 


6.200 


Franklin C. QoweQ. 


Pa.... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Vatican City 


Aug. 2, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Jan. 17, 1920 


6,20(1 


Edward B. Lawson 


D. C. 

Ga_ . 


Commercial attache.. - 
Consul general . 


Ankara . 


Feb. 3, 1944 
tOct. 3, 1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 
Nov. 2, 1925 


6,20(1 


Edward P. Lawton, 


Algiers 


6,200 


Harold M. RandalL 


Iowa.. 


Commercial attache... 


Asuncion 


May 2, 19-44 


July 


16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


6.2O11 


James W. Riddle- 


Va.... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Oct. 28, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 20, 1929 


6,20(1 


berger. 


















WiUiam W. Schott.. 


Kans.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Allied Commis- 
sion for Italy. 


Apr. 28,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 16, 1922 


6, 200 


Edward J. Sparks. . 


N. Y.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Montevideo 


Jan. 15,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Dec. 1, 1921 


6,200 


Maurice L. Stafford . 


Calif.. 


Consul general and 
first secretary. 


Mexico, D. F... 


tAug. 23,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 30, 1919 


6,20t) 


Alan N. Steyne 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Sept. 23, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Jan. 1,1, 1930 


6, 200 


Harry L. Troutman. 


Ga 


First secretary 


Ankara 


tAug. 21, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 8, 1919 


6,20(1 


Frederik van den 


N. C. 


Consul. 


Beira . 


Dec. 24,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Nov. 3, 1923 


6, 20(J 


Arend. 








James R. Wilkinson. 


Wis... 
Calif.. 


Consul general 

Foreign Service officer. 


Dakar 


JDec. 29,1944 
Apr. 22,1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 2, 1921 
Sept. '29, 1927 


6, 200 


Miss Frances E. 


Department 


6,200 


Willis. 


















H. Merrell Benning- 

hoff. 
GUson G. Blake... 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


.\ug. 24,1942 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Mar. 23, 1927 


6,000 


Md... 


Foreign Service officer - 


Department 


July 2, 1942 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Mar. 9,1920 


6,000 


Joseph F. Burt 


111..... 


Consul general 


Guayaquil 


tSept. 19, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Mar. 1,1920 


6,000 


Reginald S. Castle- 


Calif.. 


Consul 


Porto Alegre... 


Sept. 4,1943 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Apr. 15,1919 


6,000 


man. 
Vinton Chapiu 


Mass- 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Rio de Janeiro.. 


May 3, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


§July 1, 1936 


6,000 


Prescott Childs 


Mass.. 


First secretary and 
consul. 


Wellington. 


Aug. 26, 1943 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Nov. 6,1924 


6,000 


Charles H. Derry... 


Ga.... 


Consul 


Sydney 


July 5, 1941 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Aug. 15,1922 


6,000 


C. Paul Fletcher 


Tenn . 


Consul 


Gibraltar 


Mar. 13, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


July 19, 1924 


6,000 


Winthrop S. Greene. 


Mass.. 


First secretary 


Oslo3 


Feb. 7, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


July 3, 1924 


6,00(1 


William M. Gwynn. 


Calif-. 


Consul general 


Athens* 


Dec. 29,1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Oct. 1, 1926 


6,000 


Eugene M. Hinkle.. 


N. Y.. 


First secretary and 


Madrid 


May 27, 1944 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Nov. 2,1925 


6,00(1 






consul. 














Clarence E. Macy... 


Colo. . 


Consul 


Karachi 


June 10,1936 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Apr. 1, 1921 


6,000 



• Office not yet reestablished. 

2 Government of Czechoslovakia established in England. 

3 Government of Norway established in England. 

* Temporarily. 

629065—45 7 



94 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS IV— Continued 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



E. Talbot Smith 

Francis H. Styles. . . 

Warren M. Chase.-. 

Oliver Edmund 
Clubb. 

Richard M. de Lam- 
bert. 

Raymond A. Hare. 

George R. Hukill... 

Leigh W. Hunt 

Bertel E. Kunihohn. 

Paul W. Meyer 

Sheldon T. Mills. ._. 
James S. Moose, Jr.. 
Oliver B. North 



James B. Pilcher... 
Robert B. Streeper. 
William T. Turner. 
Osborn S. Watson.. 



Conn - 
Va-... 

Ind... 
Minn. 

N.Mex. 

Iowa.. 

Del... 
D. C. 

Mass.. 
Colo.. 
Oreg.. 
Ark... 
Conn . 

Ga.... 
Ohio - 
Oa.... 
Ga.-.. 



Designation 



Consul. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 

C onsul general 

Consul 

First secretary and 

consul 
Consul 

Commercial attach^... 

Consul 

loreign Service officer 

Secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 
Assistant commercial 

attach^. 
Foreign Service oflBcer. 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Commercial attache.. . 



Post 



Durban 

Dublin 

Bern 

Vladivostok. 

Tahiti 

London 

Luanda 

Brussels 

Quebec 

Department 
New Delhi.. 
Department 
Ottawa 

Department 
Edmonton.. 
Department 
Caracas 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 10, 1943 
May 29, 1939 

Oct. 16,1939 
tSept. 19, 1944 

Sept. 19,1941 

July 29,1944 

May 22, 1944 
Sept. 20, 1944 
Aug. 20,1943 
June 3, 1942 
Aug. 19,1943 
Aug. 12,1944 
Nov. 16, 1928 

Dec. 23,1941 
May 19.1944 
June 3, 1942 
Nov. 2,1937 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

July 16,1944 
July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 



July 16.1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Dec. 1, 1921 
June 21, 1920 



Feb. 
July 



9, 1929 
1, 1928 



July 16, 191.5 

Apr. 1, 1927 

Apr. 12,1923 

July 1, 1939 

June 18,1928 

May 9. 1924 

Nov. 12,1928 

Jan. 17,1928 

July 1, 1939 



Nov. 6,1928 
Sept. 4,1924 
Apr. 26,1924 
July 1, 1939 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS V 



Robert F. Fernald.. 

Bernard Gotlieb 

Malcolm P. Hooper. 
John F. Huddleston. 

Sheldon Thomas 

John H. Morgan 

John H. Lord 

George P. Waller 



Dale W. Maher 

Walter H. McKin- 
ney. 

Walter S. Reineck. . 

Thomas H. Robin- 
son. 

William A. Smale... 

Howard F. Withey.. 

Samuel G. Ebling. . . 

Benjamin M. Hul- 
ley. 

Sidney E. O'Donog- 
hue. 

LaVerne Baldwin... 



Rufus H. Lane, Jr. . . 

Glenn A. Abbey 

Sidney H. Browne.. 
J. Holbrook Chap- 
man. 
DuWayne G. Clark. 
Basil D. Dahl 



Maine 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
Ohio.. 
N.Y.. 
Mass.. 
Mass . 
Ala... 

Mo... 
Mich _ 

Ohio.. 
N.J... 

Calif.. 
Mich . 
Ohio.. 
Fla.... 

N. J.. 

N. Y.. 

Va.... 
Wis... 
N.J... 
D. C. 

Calif.. 
Wis... 



Consul 

Consul... 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 

Consul.. 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Second secretary 

Consul 



Consul. 
Consul. 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Secretary 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 



Consul 

Commercial attachS.. 



Las Palmas.. 

Windsor 

Jerusalem 

Rome 

Buenos Aires. 
Department.. 

Kingston 

Luxembourg. 

Brussels 

Bern 

Winnipeg 



Regina 

Guatemala. 



Cork 

Halifax 

Tabriz 

Reykjavik. 



Mexico, D.F.. 
Madrid 



Valparaiso... 
New Delhi-. 
The Hague i. 
Department. 



Sao Paulo.. 
Wellington. 



Dec. 13, 1941 


Apr. 


1, 1936 


Jan. 


2, 1916 


Sept. 9,1944 


June 


1, 1937 


Apr. 


17, 1915 


Dec. 31,1942 


July 


1. 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Aug. 21,1944 


Nov. 


16, 1939 


Nov. 


3, 1923 


Aug. 30,1940 


June 


4, 1940 


June 


20, 1940 


Sept. 22, 1943 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Nov. 


2, 1925 


Nov. 21, 1941 


May 


1, 1941 


Mar. 


1, 1920 


Sept. 9,1944 


May 


1, 1941 


Mar. 


1, 1913 


Nov. 28, 1944 










Dee. 12,1941 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Feb. 


25, 1925 


Dec. 11,1944 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Nov. 


1, 1923 


Feb. 27,1942 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Oct. 


1, 1914 


May 8, 1943 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Aug. 


16, 1922 


Sept. 14, 1938 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Feb. 


23, 1919 


May 31,1944 


Aug. 


16, 1941 


Oct. 


4, 1919 


Sept. 29, 1943 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


July 


11, 1921 


Feb. 12,1944 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


July 1, 1942 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Apr. 


6, 1920 


Dec. 3, 1942 


June 


1, 1942 


July 


1, 1926 


July 6, 1944 


June 


1, 1942 


Nov. 


6, 1924 


Mar. 31, 1944 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Oct. 


12, 1927 


Oct. 9, 1944 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Sept. 


29, 1927 


Jan. 13,1944 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


Oct. 


16, 1919 


May 2, 1944 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


July 


1, 1939 


tFeb. 10,1942 


Oct. 


20, 1942 


July 


1, 1939 



' Government of the Netherlands established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS V— Continued 



95 



Name 



Ernest E. Evans 

Landreth M. Harri- 
son. 
Knowlton V. Hicks. 

Nelson R. Park 

Albert W. Scott 

Miss A. Viola Smith 



Edward G. True- 
blood. 
Clifton R. Wharton. 
Ware Adams 



Burton Y. Berry 

Lee R. Blohm 

James C. H. Bon- 
bright. 

Daniel M. Braddock. 

James E. Brown, Jr_ 

Homer M. Bying- 
ton, Jr. 

Everett F. Drum- 
right. 

Elbridge Durbrow.. 

Peter H. A. Flood.. . 

Richard B. Haven... 

Charles H. Heisler.. 

Herve J. L'Heureux. 
John H. Madonne... 

Erik W. Magnuson. 

Horatio Mooers 

James K. Penfield.. 
Edwin Schoenrich... 
Horace H. Smith 

Llewellyn E. 

Thompson, Jr. 
Edward T. Wailes.. 

Carlos J. Warner 

Thomas C. Wasson. 

Sidney A. Belovsky. 

Cavendish W. Can- 
non. 

Augustus S. Chase.. 

William P. Coch- 
ran, Jr. 



Whence 

ap 
pointed 



N. Y.. 
Minn. 

N. Y.. 
Colo.. 
Mo.... 
Calif-. 



111. 



Designation 



Mass. 
Ga... 



Ind.- 
Ariz.. 

N. Y. 

Mich. 
Pa... 
Conn. 

Okla. 

Calif.. 
N.H. 
111.... 
Del... 

N.H. 

Tex.. 



Ill 

Maine 
Calif.. 
Md... 
Ohio.. 



Colo.. 

N. Y. 

Ohio.. 

N.J... 
N. Y.. 

Utah.. 

Conn. 
Pa.... 



Consul 

Foreign Service oflScer. 

Consul 

Consul ". 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 

First secretary 

Consul -. 

Foreign Service officer . 



Foreign Service officer. 
Consul 

Foreign Service officer 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer 
Foreign Service officer 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 



Post 



Rome 

Department. 



Naples 

Barcelona 

Brazzaville 

On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Lima 



Tananarive 

Staff of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Supreme Head- 
quarters, Allied 
Expeditionary 
Force. 

Bucharest 

Parimaribo 

Department 



Bahia 

Department. 
Department. 

Chungking... 



Department 

Ciudad JuSrez.. 

Tenerife 

Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. 

Marseille 

Bern 



Winnipeg 

Tijuana 

Department. 
Department. 
Chungking... 

Kunming 

London 



The Hague"... 
London 



Department. 
Department. 
Department. 

Department. 
Department- 



Date of as- 
signment 



Aug. 25,1944 
Oct. 16,1944 

Mar. 11, 1944 
Nov. 14, 1944 
Nov. 18, 1943 
Feb. 7, 1944 



July 27,1944 



Apr. 
Oct. 



7, 1942 
16, 1944 



Oct. 7, 1944 
Sept. 7,1944 
June 19,1942 

Sept. 4, 1943 
Feb. 18,1943 
Apr. 4, 1941 

Nov. 21, 1942 

May 28, 1942 
Feb. 6, 1942 
Mar. 17, 1944 
Feb. 17,1942 

tDec. 29,1944 
Aug. 1, 1938 

Oct. 16,1943 
Feb. 7, 1944 
Dec. 20,1944 
Sept. 25, 1941 
Sept. 28, 1942 
July 27,1943 
Sept. 20, 1944 

Oct. 16,1944 

Sept. 30, 1943 

Sept. 18, 1941 
Feb. 14,1944 
Mar. 15, 1941 

June 3, 1942 
Oct. 11,1943 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 



Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 
July 16,1943 



July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Nov. 8, 1917 
Sept. 26, 1927 

Oct. 13,1923 

July 11,1919 

Feb. 20, 1920 

July 1, 1939 



June 5, 1928 

Apr. 14,1925 
Dec. 7, 1929 



May 21, 1928 
Aug. 23,1919 
Sept. 29, 1927 

May 1, 1929 
July 7, 1928 
Dec. 23,1930 

Jan. 2, 1931 

May 31, 1930 
July 26,1920 
§May 28, 1918 
Nov. 10, 1914 



Jan. 
July 



2,1927 
1,1929 



Oct. 6, 1919 
Jan. 27, 1919 
May 14,1930 
Nov. 6, 1924 
Nov. 6,1928 

Feb. 12,1929 

Oct. 22,1929 

Sept. 3.1928 

Jan. 11,1925 
Apr. 19, 1921 
Mar. 2,1920 

Nov. 2,1925 
June 20,1928 



' Government of the Netherlands established in England. 



96 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS V— Continued 



Name 



Gerald A. Drew 

Monroe B. Hall 

Cloyce K. Huston_._ 

Perry N. Jester 

Kenneth C. Krentz. 
J. Hall Paxton 

Guy W. Ray 

Walter N. Walm- 
sley, Jr. 

Roberts. Ward 

George M. Abbott. . 
George D. Andrews 

William W. Corcor- 
an. 
Charles H. Ducot6. . 

Archibald E. Gray.. 

Charles A. Hutchin- 
son. 
John B. Ketcham. ._ 
George D. Lament.. 
Harold B. Minor.... 

James E. Parks 

Harold D. Robison. 



Harry E. Stevens.. 
Arthur F. Tower... 



Eric C. Wendelin.. 
Philip W. Bonsai.. 



Ohio. 
Ohio.. 
Tenn. 

Mass . 

Mass. 

Pa... 

Minn 

N.Y. 
N. Y 
Kans. 
N. C. 
Utah. 

Calif. 

N. Y. 

Mass 
D. C. 



Designation 



Secretary and consul. . 
Foreign Service ofiBcer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul. 

Secretary and consul . . 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul general 



Asst. commercial 

attache. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer 
Secretary and consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer 
First secretary and 

consul. 



Post 



Paris 

Department. 
Department. 
Department. 
Department. 
Chungking.. 



M6.\ico, D. F. 



Lisbon. 



Tihwa 

Paris 

Santiago.. 

Goteborg. 



Paris 

Port-au-Prince. 
Adelaide 



Mexican 

Bombay 

Department. 

Paris 

Cairo 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 2,1944 
Apr. 15,1944 
July 7, 1941 
Aug. 29,1941 
May 26. 1943 
Nov. 8,1943 

Aug. 26,1941 

June 23,1944 

Oct. 10,1944 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Apr. 13,1942 

tDec. 29,1944 



Chungking .. 

Santiago 

Department- 
Ma Jrid 



Nov. 29, 

Apr. 13, 

Mar. 12, 

Feb. 5, 
Apr. 3, 
July 23, 
Sept. 13, 
Feb. 5, 

July 8, 

Oct. 13, 

Apr. 21, 
Aug. 28, 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 
July 16, 1944 
July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 



1944 

1944 

1936 

1943 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1944 

1943 

1942 

1944 
1944 



July 

July 

July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 

July 

July 
Aug. 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Salary 



Sept. 29, 1927 
July 7, 1928 
July 1, 1925 
Sept. 29, 1927 
Mar. 11, 1926 
Apr. 20,1925 

Feb. 14, 1918 

July 23,1927 

July 1, 1929 
Sept. 26, 1927 
Sept. 29, 1927 

June 28, 1920 



16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 

Ifi, 1941 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
24, 1944 



July 

June 

Dec. 

Oct. 
Aug. 

Nov. 
Apr. 
July 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Jan. 
§Aug. 



1, 1939 

5,1928 

9,1929 

1, 1926 

31, 192 

28, 1927 

4,1920 

1, 1939 

2, 1922 

12, 1923 

29, 1932 
24, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI 



Hoc. Funk 

Stewart E. McMil- 

lin. 
Gilbert R. Willson.. 

John S. Calvert 

Gerhard Gade 

Thomas S. Horn 

Sheridan Talbott... 
Ralph A. Boernstein 
Joseph G. Groenin- 

ger. 

John N. Hamlin 

John S. Richardson, 

Jr. 
William Clark Vyse. 



Colo. 
Kans. 

Tex.. 
N. C. 
El... 



Mo.. 
Ky... 
D. C. 

Md.- 

Orcg. 
Mass. 

D. C. 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul.. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 



Veracruz 

Mazatlan 

Piedras Negras 

Chihuahua 

San Salvador.. 

Suva 

Cardiff 

Vancouver 

Bradford 

Seville 

Johannesburg. 

Agua Prieta. . 



May 31,1944 
Feb. 18,1943 

Apr. 1, 1937 
Sept. 9,1944 
June 4, 1940 

July 13,1943 
May 8, 1943 
Sept. 30, 1943 
Oct. 6. 1941 

May 27,1939 
July 14,1942 

Feb. 1, 1943 



Dec. 19, 1929 

May 9, 1930 

May 9, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 24, 1930 

July 1, 1934 

Oct. 1, 1935 

Apr. 1, 1937 

Apr. 1, 1937 



Apr. 
Apr. 



1, 1937 
1, 1937 



June 1, 1937 



Sept. 27, 1912 
Sept. 29, 1917 

Oct. 6, 1917 
June 1, 1914 
Oct. 13,1922 

Aug. 16,1922 
Nov. 16, 1923 
Dec. 15,1916 
Jan. 1, 1912 

Nov. 8, 1924 
Jan. 8, 1921 

June 18,1920 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



97 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI— Continued 



Name 



Robert L. Buell 

George Alexander 

Armstrong. 
William L. Peek.._ 

John A. Embry 

George M. Graves^- 
James W. Oanten- 

bein. 
Harvey Lee Mil- 
bourne. 

Mason Turner 

Lawrence S. Arm- 
atrong. 

Roy W. Baker 

Ellis A. Bonnet 

Frederick W. Hinke. 

Winfield H. Scott-.. 

John M. Allison 

Edmund J. Dorsz... 
Dorsey Oassaway 

Fisher. 
Frederic C. Fornes, 

Jr. 

Bernard Qufler 

Thomas A. Hickok.. 
Edward S. Maney.. 



Ralph Miller 

Gerald A. Mokma.. 

Willard Quincy 

Stanton. 
Robert Y. Brown... 

Robert D. Coe 

John B. Faust 

Claude H.Hall, Jr.. 
R. Borden Reams... 
Charles S. Reed, 2d. 
Arthur R. Ringwalt. 

J. Kenly Bacon 

Charles E. Brook- 
hart. 

Hem-y B. Day 

Robert English 

Wilson C. Flake 

Willard Galbraith... 
Randolph Harrison. 
R. Horton Henry... 
J. Wesley Jones 



W.Va. 

Conn . 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Tex-_. 
N. Y.. 

D. C. 

Nebr.- 

Mich.. 
Md... 

N. Y_. 

Wash. 
N. Y.. 
Tex... 

N. Y.. 

Iowa. 

Mont. 

Ala... 

Wyo.. 

S. C... 

Md... 
Pa..-. 
Ohio.. 
Nebr-. 
MasS-. 
Iowa.. 

Conn.. 
N. H-. 

N. C- 
Calif. . 
Va.-.. 
Ariz... 
Iowa.. 



Designation 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service oflBcer. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul. 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul... _. 

Foreign Service officer. 

Consul 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 
Consul 

Foreign Service officer 
Second secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer 
Foreign Service officer 



Post 



Colombo 

Manchester 

Palermo 

Hull 

Department 

Quito 

Chungking 

Perth 

Camagiiey 

Bristol 

Antofagasta 

Lima 

London _. 

London 

Warsaw ' 

London 

Sao Paulo 

Department 

Accra 

San Jose 

Cairo 

Bogota... 

Nairobi 

Montevideo 

London 

Tegucigalpa 

Port-of-Spain . . 

Department 

Barcelona. 

Chungking 

Department 

Calcutta 

Department 

Ottawa 

Sydney. 

San Sebastian.. 

Department 

Department 

Department 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 
Aug. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



Nov. 3, 



July 
Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 

Oct. 
Mar. 



Sept. 22, 



Jan. 
Jan. 
July 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Oct. 



Feb. 20, 

Apr. 2, 

July 1& 

Mar. 4, 
June 20^ 
Aug. 26 
Jan. 1 
Aug. 28, 
Apr. 24 

June 8 
May 17 

tDec. ?9, 
Mar. 11 
Feb. 21 
June 19, 
Mar. 8 



1943 
1941 

1944 
1944 
1944 
1943 



1943 

1941 
1944 

1931 
1944 
1942 

1943 

1942 

1944 
1941 

1942 

1942 
1944 
1944 

1943 

1944 

1941 

1941 

1941 

1942 

1937 
1942 
1944 
1943 
1941 
1943 

1944 
1944 

1939 
1944 
1942 
1942 
1941 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Aug. 17, 
Mar. 1 

Mar. 1 

July 1 

Mar. 1, 

Aug. 1, 

May 1 

May 1 
Aug. 16, 

Aug. 16, 
Aug. 16, 
Aug. 16, 

Aug. 16, 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 
Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 
Feb. 1 
Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1, 

June 1 

June 1 

June 1 

June 1, 

June 1 

June 1 

June 1 

Oct. 20, 

Oct. 20, 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 20, 

Oct. 20 

Oct. 20 

Oct. 20, 

Oct. 20, 



1938 
1939 

1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 

1941 

1941 
1941 

1941 
1941 
1941 

1941 

1942 

1942 
1942 

1942 

1942 
1942 
1942 

1942 

1942 

1942 

1942 

1942 

1942 

1942 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1942 

1942 
1942 

1942 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1942 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Apr. 20, 
Nov. 5, 

July 8, 

July 1 

Jan. 20, 

Oct. 22, 

Sept. 12, 

Nov. 4 
Nov. 3 

Mar. 11 
May 1 
Feb. 22, 

Apr. 18, 

Apr. 28, 

Dee. 21 
Apr. 36, 

Dec. 17, 

Dec. 1 
Dec. 7 
June 12, 

Dec. 4 

June 26, 

Mar. 1 

May 21 

Sept. 3, 

Oct. 1 

Aug. 10 
Feb. 4, 
June 12, 
May 21 
Jan. 6, 
July 1 

June 26, 
July 14, 

July 1 

Feb. 16, 

Jan. 20, 

July 1 

Jan. 10, 



1925 
1924 

1920 
1939 
1928 
1929 

1919 

1923 
1923 

1919 
1921 
1923 

1921 

1930 

1929 
1929 

1929 

1929 
1929 
1923 

1928 

1926 

1927 



1928 

1926 

1925 
1929 
1928 
1928 
1931 
1939 

1930 
1927 

1939 
1930 
1928 
1939 
1931 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI— Continued 





Whence 






Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of 




Name 


ap- 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 


entry into 


Salary 




pointed 






present class 


service 




Stephen E.C.Kend- 


R. I... 


Consul 


Antwerp... 


Oct. 6, 1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


June 15, 1919 


$4, 600 
4, 600 


rick. 
Frederick P. Lati- 


Conn.. 


Second secretary and 


Panamfi 


Oct. 16,1943 


Oct. 20,1942 


Dec. 27,1928 


mer, Jr. 




consul. 












Cecil B. Lyon 


N. Y.. 


Second secretary and 


Cairo 


Oct. 6, 1044 


Oct. 20,1942 


Jan. 10, 1931 


4,600 






consul. 








John J. Macdonald.. 


Mo... 


Second secretary and 


Lima 


May 25,1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


May 12,1930 


4,600 






consul. 










Walter P. McCo- 


Ala... 


Second secretary and 


Rio de Janeiro... 


Dec. 8, 1944 


Oct. 20,1942 


Jan. 13,1931 


4,000 


naughy. 




consul. 












Calvin Hawley 


S. C... 


Foreign Service of- 


Department 


July 1, 1941 


Oct. 20,1942 


June 16,1930 


4,600 


Oakcs. 




ficer. 












John B. Ocheltree— - 


Nev... 


Foreign Service of- 
ficer. 


Department 


Dec. 9, 1944 


Oct.20, 1942 


Jan. 30,1931 


4,000 


Avery F. Peterson.. 


Idaho. 


Second secretary and 


London 


Mar. 17,1942 


Oct. 20, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,600 






consul. 












Gerald Warner 


Mass.. 


Second secretary 


Buenos Aires 


Nov. 2,1942 


Oct. 20,1942 


Dec. 31,1930 


4, 600 


Kenneth J. Yearns.. 


D. C. 
D. C. 


Consul 


Calcutta 

Department 


Aug. 30,1943 
July 9, 1941 


Oct. 20,1942 
July 16,1943 


Jan. 7, 1931 
Jan. 8, 1932 


4,600 


Theodore C. Achil- 


Foreign Service of- 


4,600 


les. 




ficer. 












Garret G. Ackerson, 


N. J.. 


First secretary and 


Habana 


JAug. 13, 1942 


July 16,1943 


July 8, 1928 


4,600 


Jr. 




consul. 








Roy E. B. Bower... 


Calif.. 
Conn . 


C onsul 


Madras 


Oct. 7, 1942 
Feb. 18,1943 


July 16,1943 
July 16,1943 


Dec. 17,1920 
Nov. 22, 1929 


4,600 


Montgomery H. 


Second secretary 


Warsaw i 


4,600 


Colladay. 
















John Davies, Jr 


Ohio.. 


Second secretary 


Chungking 


July 1, 1942 


July 16,1943 


Jan. 16,1932 


4, 600 


Williams. Farrell.. 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Feb. 19,1944 


July 16,1943 


Dec. 7, 1929 


4,600 


Heyward G. HilL... 


La.... 


Consul 


Algiers 


tDec. 30,1943 


July 16, 1943 


Sept. 2,1930 
July 1, 1939 
June 28,1929 


4,600 


J. Winsor Ives 


Ill 

N. Y.. 


Commercial attach^... 
Foreign Service officer. 


Lisbon 


tApr. 10,1942 
Sept. 22, 1944 


July 16,1943 
July 16,1943 


4,600 


Robert G. Mc- 


On leave pend- 


4,600 


Gregor, Jr. 






ing resigna- 
tion. 










Edward Page, Jr 


Mass.. 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Moscow 


Feb. 27,1942 


July 16,1943 


Dec. 7, 1929 


4,000 


Robert F. Wood- 


Minn. 


Second secretary 


Guatemala 


Aug. 2,1944 


July 16,1943 


Jan. 21,1932 


4,600 


ward. 
















George W. Ren- 


Mich . 


Secretary and consul.. 


Paris 


Sept. 14, 1944 


July 16, 1943 


Sept. 23, 1930 


4,600 


chard. 














Henry E. Stebbins.. 


Mass.. 


Second secretary and 


London 


{Dec. 9, 1941 


July 16,1943 


July 1, 1939 


4.600 






consul. 












Francis Bowden 


N. Y-. 


Second secretary and 


Moscow 


Aug. 6, 1942 


July 16,1943 


June 9, 1931 


4,600 


Stevens. « 




vice consul. 












Lam'ence W. Taylor. 


Calif.. 
Mo._. 


Consul 


Montreal 

Department 


Nov. 20, 1943 
June 11,1941 


July 16,1943 
July 16,1943 


Feb. 10,1931 
Jan. 29,1930 


4,600 


James H. Wright... 


Foreign Service officer. 


4,600 


Walworth Barbour.. 


Mass.. 


Second secretary and 


Athens 


tOct. 21,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


June 19, 1931 


4,500 






vice consul. 












Jacob D. Beam 


N.J... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Staff of United 
States Politi- 
cal Adviser on 
German Af- 
fairs, Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expe- 
d it ionar y 
Force. 


Oct. 16,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


June 5, 1931 


4,500 


Barry T. Benson 


Tex... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


Oct. 19,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


July 1,1939 


4, 500 


Max Waldo Bishop. 


lowa.. 


Consul 


Colombo. 


Apr. 27,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Oct. 11,1935 


4, 500 


William E. Flour- 


Va.... 


Maritime delegate 


Ponta Delgada.. 


Nov. 24, 1943 


Nov. 16, 1943 


July 3, 1930 


4,500 


noy, Jr. 
' Government of 


Poland t 


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99 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VI— Continued 



Name 



Morris N. Hughes.. 
Mis s Elizabeth 

Hu mes. 
C. Grant Isaacs 



Robert Janz. 



Charles F. Knox, Jr 
Henry P. Leverich.. 
Raymond P. Lud- 

den. 
Thomas J. Maleady. 

Patrick Mallon 

Robert Mills Mc- 

Clintock. 
Edward D. Mc- 
Laughlin. 

Troy L. Perkins 

Kennett F. Potter.. 

Joseph P. Ragland.. 
John F. Stone 



Tyler Thompson 

Joseph I. Touchette. 
wmiam C. Trimble. 
Whitney Young 



Ralph J. Blake 

Bernard C. Con- 
nelly. 
Merritt N. Cootes... 

Earl T. Grain 

Andrew E. Don- 
ovan, 2d. 
Walter C. Bowling.. 



C. Burke Elbrick... 
John K. Emmerson. 
Daniel Gaudin, Jr... 

Fred W. Jandrey 

Foy D. Kohler 

Harrison Lewis 

Maurice Pasquet 

Paul J. Reveley 

John S. Service. 

Clare H. Timberlake 
Milton K. Wells 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



111.... 
Tenn. 



Okla. 

N. J.. 

N. J.. 

Mass. 

Mass. 
Ohio. 
Calif. 

Ark-. 

Ky... 
Mo... 

D. C. 
Pa... 

N. Y., 
Mass. 
Md... 

N. Y.. 

Oreg-. 
Ill .. 



Va... 
111.... 
Calif. 

Ga... 



Ky... 
Colo.. 
Pa.... 

Wis... 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 
N. Y.. 
Conn. 

Ohio.. 

Mich. 
Okia.. 



Designation 



Foreign Service officer 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Assistant commercial 

attachfi. 
Maritime delegate 



Foreign Service ofl5ccr. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Consul 

Second secretary 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Second secreta;-y and 

consul. 
Secretary and consul.. 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Vice consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Secretary 



Foreign Service officer 

Second secretary 

Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer 

Second secretary 

Consul.. 

Second secretary and 

consul. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer 
Foreign Service officer 



Post 



Department 

Lisbon 

Madrid 

Angra do Hero- 
ismo. 

Department 

Department 

Kunming 

Chungking 

Caracas 

Department 

Stockholm 

Department 

Department 

Habana 

Brisbane 

London 

Paris 

Mombasa 

Department 

Montevideo 

Brisbane.. 

Lima 

Department 

Ciudad JuSrez _ _ 
Warsaw ' 

Office of U. S. 
Representative, 
Advisory 
Council for 
Italy, Rome. 

Department 

Chungking 

Athens. 

Naples 

Department 

Bern 

Rabat 

Mexico, D. F._. 

Chungking 

Kunming 

Department 

Department 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 10, 1943 
July 1, 1942 

May 29,1944 

Feb. 5, 1944 

Feb. 10,1942 
Feb. 26,1943 
tNov. 6, 1942 
Aug. 10, 1943 
July 20, 1940 
Nov. 10, 1944 
Nov. 15, 1943 

Dec. 7, 1943 



Sept. 
Oct. 



3, 1942 
5, 1940 



July 10,1936 
Dec. 14,1943 

Sept. 15,1944 
Nov. 6,1943 
Aug. 24,1942 
May 22,1944 

June 17, 1944 
Sept. 11,1941 

Sept. 14, 1944 
Apr. 7, 1943 
tDec. 29, 1944 

May 25, 1944 



Aug. 9, 1944 
Aug. 10, 1943 
Nov. 27, 1944 

Oct. 31,1944 
Nov. 29, 1941 
JJuly 16,1942 
Oct. 11,1943 
Sept. 2, 1943 

tFeb. 5, 1943 

July 14,1943 

Feb. 26,1943 

July 13, 1944 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 

Nov. 16,1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 



July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16, 1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 

July 16,1944 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Oct. 25,1923 
July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Nov. 23, 1929 

July 1, 1939 
June 9, 1931 
Aug. 1, 1931 

Oct. 23,1922 
Jan. 20,1932 
Feb. 1, 1932 

July 1, 1939 

Aug. 8, 1931 
Feb. 21,1927 



Nov. 
June 



6, 1924 
8, 1931 



Aug. 19, 1931 
Nov. 14, 1921 
June 24,1931 
Aug. 16,1924 

Nov. 19, 1929 
June 6, 1931 

Jan. 21, 1932 
Feb. 1, 1928 
June 5, 1931 

Jan. 15, 1932 



Feb. 16, 1931 
Nov. 30, 1935 

Jan. 14, 1931 

Aug. 4, 1931 

Jan. 25,1932 

May 7, 1930 

June 29,1925 

June 17,1924 

June 23,1933 

Jan. 8, 1931 

Jan. 11, 1932 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII 



Name 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Harvey T. Goodier, 



Howard A. Bowman 
Cyril L. F. Thiel. ._ 

Carlton Hurst 

Gordon L. Burke.. . 
Carl E. Christopher- 
son. 
Donald W. Smith... 



■lule B. Smith. 



Norris B. Chipman. 
Horace J. Dickinson. 
Phil H. Hubbard... 
Paul C. Hutton ... 
Nathaniel Lancaster, 

Jr. 
Robert New begin. . 



Paul S. Ouinn 

Alton T. Murray. . 
William P. Wright. 



iohn C. Shillock, Jr 

Stanley G. Slavens.. 

Douglas Jenkins, Jr. 

W. Garland Rich- 
ardson. 

Richard S. Huestis. 

F. Ridgway Linea- 
weaver. 

Arthur L. Richards 

Stephen E. Aguirre_ 

Daniel V. Anderson 

John Willard Carri- 
gan. 

James E . Henderson. 

John Peabody Pal- 
mer. 

Halleck L. Rose 



Designation 



Livingston Satterth- 
waite. 



Francis L. Spalding. 

Edward Anderson.. 
Miss Constance R. 

Harvey. 
Walter W. Orebaugh 



N. Y- 



Calif. 

Ill 

D. C. 
Ga-... 
lowa.- 

Md... 

Tex.- 

D. C. 

Ark. . 
Vt.-.. 
N. C. 
Va... 

Mass.. 

Pa... 
Calif. . 
D. C 

Oreg.. 

Te.x.. 
S. C. 
Va . 

N. Y.. 
Pa... 

Calif- 
Tex.. 
Del... 
Calif . 

Calif. 
Wash 

Nebr. 

Pa... 



Mass. 



Fla .. 

N. Y. 



Kans 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Acting commercial 

attachfe. 
Secretary and consul.. 

Consul... 

Consul -.- 

Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
First secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer 
Asst. commercial 

attache. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul .- 

Second secretary 

Foreign Service officer 

Consul. . 

Consul 



Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 

Foreign Service officer 



Consul 

Foreisn Service officer 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Civil air attache 



Second secretary and 

consul. 
Consul .- 

Vice consul 



Consul. 



Post 



Fort William 
and Port 
Arthur. 

Call 

Matamoros 

Cherbourg 

Habana 

Wellinston 



Department of 

Commerce. 
Managua 



Paris 

Antilla 

Zurich 

Department. 
Lisbon 



Ciudad Trujillo. 



Istanbul 

Department. 
Caracas 



Ottawa. 



Torreon.. 

Canberra 

Department. 



Glasgow... 
Cienfuegos. 



Pretoria 

Ciudad Juarez. 

Valencia 

Department ... 



Guadalajara. 
Department. 



Lisbon. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



London 

Belgrade, ' The 
Hague,' Oslo.i 
Warsaw,' and 
Praha;' Brus- 
sels and Dub- 
lin. 
Reykjavik 



Antwerp. 
Zurich... 



Florence - 



Feb. 15, 19.35 

May 1. 1942 
Nov. 14,1944 
Oct. 28,1944 
Aug. 16,1944 
Aug. 28, 1943 

Mar. 24. 1944 

JMar. 25, 1944 



Sept. 
Feb. 
July 
Se[)t. 
Apr. 



13, 1944 
7, 1922 
19, 1941 
26, 1941 
26, 1943 



Dec. 11,1942 

Mar. 21, 1944 
Sept. 29. 1944 
Aug. 19,1943 

May 25, 1944 

Aug. 21, 1943 
July 15,1944 
July 7, 1944 

June 10, 1943 
July 5, 1943 

July 14,1942 
June 6, 1942 
Mar. 21, 1944 
July 1, 1942 

June 15,1944 
Nov. 30, 1944 

Feb. 18,1943 

tJuly 25,1944 
Aug. 15, 1944 



July 24, 1930 

Feb. 4, 1931 

July 1, 1934 

Oct. 1, 1935 

Aug. 17,1938 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 



Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



1, 1939 
1, 1939 
1, 1939 
1, 1939 
1, 1939 



Apr. 1,1939 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

July 1, 1939 

Nov. 16,1939 

Nov. 16, 1939 

Aug. 16, 1941 

Aug. 16, 1941 



May 
May 



1, 1941 
1, 1941 



May 1, 1941 

Aug. 16, 1941 

Aug. 16,1941 

Aug. 16,1941 

Aug. 16,1941 

Aug. 16,1941 

Aug. 16,1941 

Aug. 16.1941 



Feb. 12,1944 Aug. 16,1941 



Oct. 4, 1944 
Nov. 24, 1944 

Oct. 28,1944 



June 1, 1942 
June 1,1942 

Feb. 1, 1942 



Nov. 8, 1915 



Oct. 
Nov. 
May 
July 
July 



8, 1919 
6, 1924 
1,1914 
22, 1921 
1, 1939 



July 1,1939 

July 1, 1939 

Nov. 6, 1928 
July 6, 1909 
Mar. 23, 1926 
Aug. 4, 1930 
Jan. 14, 1931 

June 13,1930 

July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 
July 1, 1939 

Nov. 12, 1929 

May 21, 1928 
Aug. 15, 1931 
Oct. 16, 1935 

Nov. 26, 1929 
Jan. 15, 1931 

July 16,1930 

July 7. 1915 

June 26,1931 

Feb. 20, 1932 

Feb. 3, 1932 
July 27,1931 

Apr. 15, 1932 

Feb. 18,1932 



Salary 



Jan. 21,1932 



Jan. 18,1930 
Mav 29,1930 



Jan. 19,1932 



' Oovemments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Yugoslavia established in England, 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



101 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII— Continued 





Whence 






Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of 




Name 


ap- 


Designation 


Post 


pointment to 


entry into 


Salary 




pointed 






present class 


service 




Mulford A. Cole- 


N. Y.. 


Second secretary and 


London 


tMar. 9,1942 


Feb. 


1,1942 


June 9, 1931 


$4,200 


brook. 




consul. 














Charles A. Cooper. . 


Nebr.. 


Foreign Service oflBcer. 


On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 


Sept. 1,1943 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Sept. 15, 1931 


4,200 


Frederick J. Cun- 


Mass . 


Second secretary and 


Asuncion 


Aug. 3,1942 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 


ningham. 




vice consul. 














Overton G. Ellis, Jr. 


Wash. 


Second secretary and 
vice consul. 


San Salvador. -- 


Aug. 2,1937 


Feb. 


1,1942 


Jan. 16,1932 


4,200 


Howard Elting, Jr.. 


Ill 




Geneva.. 


July 6, 1940 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


June 30,1931 


4,200 


Colo 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Cairo 


Dec. 4, 1944 


Feb. 


1,1942 


Jan. 27,1932 


4 200 


worth. 














L. Randolph Higgs. 


Miss.. 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Stockholm 


Apr. 27,1944 


Feb. 


1, 1942 


Jan 21,1932. 


4,200 


Beppo R. Johansen.. 


Fla_... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


June 3, 1942 


Feb. 


1,1942 


Oct. 14,1935 


4,200 


George Lewis Jones, 

Jr. 
E Allan Lightner, 


Md... 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Aug. 13,1942 


Feb. 


1,1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 


N. J 


Secretary 


European Advi- 


Dec. 13,1943 


Feb. 


1,1942 


July 17,1930 


4,200 


Jr. 






sory Commis- 
sion, London. 












Walter J. Linthicum 


Md... 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Mexico, D. F... 


June 23,1943 


Feb. 


1,1942 


Jan. 19,1920 


4,200 


Aubrey E. Lippin- 


Ariz— - 


Second secretary and 


Buenos Aires. — 


Aug. 28,1944 


Feb. 


1,1942 


Aug. 1, 1931 


4,200 


cott. 




consul. 














Odin G. Loren. 


Wash. 
Pa.-.. 




Maracaibo 

StaflE of U, S. 


Mar. 18,1944 
Oct. 11,1944 


Feb. 
Feb. 


1,1942 
1, 1942 


Feb. 14,1920 
Oct. 12,1931 


4,200 


CarmelOffle 


Foreign Service officer- 


4,200 








Political Advi- 


















ser on German 


















Affairs, Su- 










" 








preme Head- 


















quarters, Al- 


















lied Expedi- 


















tionary Force. 














Mass.. 


Consul.. . -- 


Capetown 


Aug. 25,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


Jan. 14,1930 


4,200 


Fritz A. M. Alfsen.. 


N. Y.. 
Conn. 


Consul 


Barcelona 

Buenos Aires 


Mar. 30, 1943 
tNov. 19, 1943 


June 
June 


1, 1942 
1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 
§May 1, 1929 


4,200 


Hiram Bingham, Jr. 


Second secretary and 


4,200 






consul. 














Carl H. Boehringer. 


Mich. 


Second secretary 


Chungking 


tOct. 5, 1943 


June 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 


Hedley V. Cooke, Jr. 


N.J .. 


Consul 




Nov. 15, 1943 


June 


1, 1942 


Nov. 28, 1928 


4,200 


Sherburne Dilling- 


N. J... 


Second secretary 


Caracas 


tAug. 13,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


May 10,1930 


4,200 


ham. 


















Douglas Flood 


Ill 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Jan. 5, 1944 


June 


1, 1942 


Jan. 24,1932 


4,200 


Reginald S. Kazan- 


R.I_-. 


Second secretary and 


Rio de Janeiro- - 


July 30,1943 


June 


1, 1942 


Dec. 31,1930 


4,200 


jian. 




consul. 














Edward P. MaflBtt.. 


Mo... 


Second secretary 


Buenos Aires 


tAug. 13,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


May 28, 1931 


4,200 


Ernest de W. Mayer. 


N. Y.. 


Second secretary 


Brussels 


Mar. 18, 1944 


June 


1, 1942 


Jan. 16, 1932 


4,200 


George E. Miller 


N. J._ 


Second secretary and 


Lisbon... 


Sept. 12, 1941 


June 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 






vice consul. 














Reginald P. Mitch- 


Fla.... 
Oreg.. 


Consul --. 


Algiers 


Dec. 16,1944 
Oct. 11,1943 


June 
Jime 


1, 1942 
1, 1942 


June 6, 1931 
May 10,1930 


4,200 


ell. 
William D. More- 


Second secretary and 


Baghdad 


4,200 


land, Jr. 




consul. 














Paul H. Pearson 


lowa.- 


Second secretary and 
consul. 


Stockholm 


tAug. 13,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 


Archibald R. Ran- 


Va.... 


Acting commercial at- 


Guatemala 


June 19,1942 


June 


1, 1942 


July 1, 1939 


4,200 


dolph. 




tache. 














Elvin Seibert-.-. .. 


N. Y.. 


Consul 


Calcutta 


May 25, 1944 


June 


1, 1942 


Oct. 26, 1929 


4,200 


Jay Walker 


D. C- 


Consul 


Bello Horizonte. 


Sept. 4,1943 


June 


1, 1942 


Dec. 21,1920 


4,200 



102 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFEICERS OF CLASS VII— Continued 



Name 



Rolland Welch... _ 
H. Bartlett Wells, 



Theodore J. Ho- 
henthal. 



U. Alexis Johnson... 
Andrew B. Foster... 
William C. Affeld, 

Jr. 
Reginald Bragonier, 

Jr. 
T. Muldrup Forsyth 

Walter W. Hoffman. 
H. Gordon Minni- 

gerode. 
Harold E. Mon- 

tamat. 
Edward E. Rice 

Wales W. Signer 

Orray Taft, Jr.... 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Designation 



Tex.. 
N.J. 
Calif. 



Robert M. Taylor. . 
William E. Yuni... 
Hector C. Adam, Jr 

William K. Ailshic- 

E. Tomlin Bailey... 
Russell W. Benton. 

Roswell C. Bever- 

stock. 
Glen W. Bruner 

Richard W. Byrd... 
Glion Curtis, Jr 



Norris S. Haselton.. 



Douglas MacArthur, 


D. C. 


2d. 




Elbert G. Mathews. 


Calif. 


Donal F. McGonigal. 


N. Y. 


J. Graham Parsons.. 


N. Y. 


Marselis C. Parsons, 


N. Y. 


Jr. 




John C. Pool 


Del.. 


George F. Scherer... 


N. Y. 


William P. Snow.... 


Maine 



Calif. 
Pa... 
Minn. 

Md.. 

Va... 

Calif.. 
D.C . 

N. J.. 

Wis... 

Mich . 
Calif.. 

Wash. 
Wash. 

N. Y.. 

Idaho. 

N. J.. 
N. Y.. 

Calif.. 

Colo.. 

Va... 
Mo... 

N. J.. 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 



Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

consul. 

Consul... 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Secretary and consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer 

Consul.. 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Secretary and vice 

consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer . 
Foreign Service officer . 
Foreign Service officer. 

Foreign Service officer. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 
vice consul. 



Post 



Lima. 



Habana. 



Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, staff of 
the Supreme 
Allied Com- 
mander, Med- 
iterranean 
Theater, Italy. 

Department 

Department 

Guatemala 



Montevideo. 
Panama 



Fortaleza. 
San Josfi.. 



Habana 

Chungking. 



SSo Paulo. 
Habana... 



Paris 

Chungking. 
La Paz 



Mexico, D. F. 

Department... 
Habana 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 27, 1940 
Mar. 16, 1943 
Sept. 13, 1944 



Tegucigalpa. 



On leave for 
military duty. 

Iskenderun 

Madrid 



Santiago. 

Paris 

Kabul 



Department. 
Department. 
Department- 
Department. 
Department. 
Lima.. 



July 7, 1944 
July 14,1944 
JFeb. 6, 1943 

Sept. 11, 1936 

Nov. 13, 1944 

tSept. 28, 1943 
Aug. 27, 1941 

Feb. 11,1944 

tFeb. 5, 1943 

Apr. 28,1943 
Feb. 18,1943 

Oct. 20,1944 
July 8, 1943 
Nov. 14, 1944 

Oct. 2, 1939 

June 19,1942 
Oct. 30,1944 

Oct. 25,1943 

Nov. 10,1942 

Jan. 7, 1944 
Apr. 13,1944 

Aug. 19,1943 

Oct. 2, 1944 

Dec. 14,1943 

May 31, 1944 
Dec. 1, 1942 
Nov. 18, 1944 

Nov. 28, 1942 
Apr. 1, 1941 
Dec. 23,1940 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



June 1, 1942 
June 1, 1942 
Oct. 20,1942 



Oct. 20,1942 

July 16,1943 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20, 1942 

Oct. 20,1942 

Oct. 20,1942 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



July 1, 1939 
Jan. 30,1932 
Jan. 9, 1932 



Oct. 8, 1935 
Oct. 16,1935 
Sept. 24, 1931 

Feb. 3, 1932 

Jan. 21,1932 

May 28, 1931 
May 10,1930 

Jan. 30, 1932 

Oct. 8, 1935 

Jan. 11,1932 
Feb. 4, 1932 

Jan. 7, 1932 
Oct. 16,1935 
Sept. 29, 1934 

Dec. 5, 1929 

Oct. 8, 1935 
Oct. 21,1935 

Oct. 17,1935 

Aug. 1, 1931 

Oct. 31,1935 
Oct. 19,1935 

Oct. 23,1935 

Oct. 16,1935 

Oct. 18,1935 

Nov. 8,1925 
Dec. 2, 1936 
Oct. 15, 1935 

May 13,1930 

Jan. 1, 1935 

July 16, 19431 June 12, 1934 



Juiy 
July 


10, 194d 

16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 



Salary 



$4,200 
4,200 
4,100 



4,100 
4,100 
4,100 

4,100 

4,100 

4,100 
4,100 

4,100 

4,100 

4,100 
4,100 

4,100 
4,100 
4,100 

4,100 

4,100 
4,100 

4,100 

4,100 

4,100 
4,100 

4,100 

4,100 

4,100 

4,100 
4,100 
4,100 

4,100 
4,100 
4,100 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



103 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII— Continued 



Name 



Carl W. Strom 

T.Eliot Weil 

Ivan B. White 

Arthur R. Williams. 
John L. Bankhead.. 
M. Williams Blake.. 



Carl Breuer 

William F. Busser. 



Thomas S. Campen. 

David M. Clark 

Harry M. Donaldson 
Jay Dixon Edwards. 

Perry Ellis 

James Espy 

Richard D. Gate- 
wood. 
John L. Goshie. 



John D. Jernegan. . . 

Hartwell Johnson . . . 
Easton T. Kelsey. .. 
Andrew G. Lynch 
Robert B. Memmin- 

ger. 
Charles S. Millet.... 
Miss Kathleen 

Moles worth. 

Bolard More.. 

Brewster H. Morris. 



Jack B. Neathery.. 
Miss Katherine E. 

O'Connor. 
John Ordway 



Charles O. Thomp- 
son. 
S. Roger Tyler, Jr.. 
Philip P. Williams. 

Robert E. Wilson.. 



Whence 

ap 
pointed 



lowa. 

N. Y. 

Oreg. 

Colo. 
N. C. 
Ohio. 

N. Y- 
Pa... 

N. C. 

Pa... 
Pa... 
Oreg. 
Calif. 
Ohio. 

N. Y. 

N. Y_ 



Calif. 

S. C. 
Mich 
N. Y. 
S. C. 

N. H. 
Tex.. 

Ohio. 
Pa... 



Tex. 
Ind. 



D. C 

Alaska 



W.Va. 
Calif.. 



Ariz. 



Designation 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 

Consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 

Second secretary 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Assistant commercial 

attache. 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 
Vice consul 

Secretary 



Second secretary and 

vice consul. 

Consul.- 

Vice consul 

Consul 

Second secretary and 

consul. 

Second secretary 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Secretary 



Commercial attach^.. . 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Foreign Service officer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 



Post 



Mfeico, D. F... 

Wellington 

Paris 

Colon 

Vancouver 

Tehran.. 

Caracas 

Mexico, D. F... 

Habana 

Buenos Aires 

St. John. N. B.. 

Karachi 

Sydney 

Asuncion 

Colombo 

Office of U. S. 
Representa- 
tive, Advisory 
Council for 
Italy, Rome. 

Tehran... 

Nice 

Toronto 

Lagos 

Baghdad 

Chungking 

Algiers 

Ziirich 

Staff of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Affairs, 
Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expc- 
ditionary 
Force. 

La Pai 

Ottawa 

London 

Bombay.. 

Department 

Buenos Aires 

San Salvador 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 6, 1943 

July 20,1942 

Sept. 25, 1944 

Mar. 3,1943 
tMay 5, 1944 
Nov. 8,1943 

tMay 3,1944 
June 6, 1942 

tDec. 16,1942 

May 2, 1944 
tDec. 29,1944 
July 24,1943 
Jan. 23,1943 
Nov. 15, 1944 

Mar. 23, 1944 

tJune 23,1944 



July 24,1943 

tDec. 29,1944 
Nov. 4,1941 
Nov. 7,1942 
Nov. 27, 1944 

tApr. 15,1944 
Oct. 5, 1944 

Mar. 3,1941 
Dec. 8, 1944 



Nov. 8,1944 
tDec. 29,1939 

Mar. 10, 1941 

June 22,1943 

June 29,1944 
Oct. 18.1943 

Nov. 4,1944 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 

July 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 



Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16,1943 

Nov . 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 



Nov. 16,1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 

Nov. 16, 1943 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



Oct. 22,1935 

Nov. 11, 1935 

Oct. 24,1935 

Nov. 22, 1921 
July 1, 1939 
Nov. 1, 1935 

Feb. 4, 1932 
Oct. 9, 1935 

July 1, 1939 



July 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



1, 1939 
17, 1927 

1, 1937 
23, 1935 
19, 1935 



Oct. 18,1935 



July 1, 1939 



Dec. 13.1936 

Dec. 4, 1920 

§May 1,1930 

Feb. 26,1927 

Oct. 16,1935 

Oct. 9. 1935 

July 1, 1939 

Jan. 27,1931 

Dec. 3, 1936 



July 
July 



1, 1939 
1, 1939 



Oct. 19,1935 

July 1, 1939 

Jan. 31,1936 
Nov. 25, 1936 

Nov. 29, 1936 



104 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VII— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


W Stratton Ander- 


111 

Mass.. 
Ill 

Mich.. 
Va.... 

Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 

Calif - 

Minn. 

Ill 

Ky.... 

S. C... 

Minn. 
Mo... 

Ohio.. 

Ohio.. 

Va.... 
Ill 

Mass.. 

N. Y.. 

Iowa.. 

Calif.. 

Minn. 
Ga.... 

IlL.... 

Term.. 

Pa.... 

Ky.... 

Wis... 
Pa.-.. 
Pa.... 


Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary 

Second secretary 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Consul... 


Lima 


tMar. 6,1944 

July 15,1941 
tAug. 21,1944 

tAug. 21,1944 
Dec. 22,1941 

July 12,1944 
Oct. 30,1943 

Oct. 6, 1944 

Apr. 25,1941 

Dec. 18,1942 
July 15,1944 

May 1, 1942 

June 29,1944 
May 8,1944 

Nov. 18, 1943 

Oct. 28,1944 

Oct. 7, 1944 
Mar. 20, 1943 

Sept. 4,1941 

Oct. 4, 1944 

Sept. 19, 1944 

Nov. 23, 1943 

Nov. 22, 1944 
July 19,1941 

June 8, 1942 
tMay 1, 1944 

Nov. 26, 1944 

Sept. 17, 1942 

May 20,1941 
Dec. 26,1942 
Nov. 28, 1944 


July 

July 
July 

July 
July 

July 
July 

July 

July 

July 
July 

July 

July 
July 

July 

July 

July 
July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 
July 

July 
July 

July 

July 

July 
July 
July 


16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 

16, 1944 
16, 1944 
16, 1944 


July 28,1937 

July 26,1937 
Dec. 27,1936 

July 24,1937 
Dec. 12,1936 

Sept. 3,1937 
July 19,1937 

July 28,1937 

July 22,1930 

July 21,1937 
Aug. 2,1937 

July 1, 1939 

Oct. 17,1930 
July 19,1937 

July 23,1937 

Aug. 1, 1937 

Aug. 19,1937 
July 31,1937 

July 20,1937 

July 6, 1937 

Aug. 13,1937 

July 23,1937 

July 21,1937 
Aug. 18,1930 

July 23,1937 
Sept. 12, 1935 

Feb. 7, 1934 

SNov. 2,1931 

July 21,1937 
July 20,1937 
July 1, 1939 


$4,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 

4,000 

4 000 


son, Jr. 
William Barnes 


Department 

Caracas . . 


baum. 


Dublin 


Stephen C. Brown.. 
Harlan B Clark 


London . 


Aden. 


William E. Cole, Jr. 
Herbert P Fales 


Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 


Addis Ababa 

London ... 


Forrest K. Geerken. 


Mexico, D. F... 
Bilbao 


Edmund A. Gullion. 
B. Miles Hammond. 

Leslie W. Johnson.. 
G. Wallace La Rue. 

Perry Laukhufl 

Gordon H. Mattison 


Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Third secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Secretary and vice 

consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer- 
Secretary of mission... 
Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 


Stockholm 

On military 
leave without 
pay. 

Buenos Aires 

On leave of ab- 
sence without 
pay. 

Stockholm 

Beirut. 


4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 


Roy M. Melbourne 
John Fremont Mel- 


Bucharest 

Moscow -- 


4,000 
4,000 


by. 
Herbert V. Olds 

Elim O'Shaughnessy 


Buenos Aires 

Paris -. 


4,000 
4,000 


Paul Paddock . 


Moscow . 


4,000 


G. Frederick Rein- 

hardt. 
Milton C. Rewinkel 


Allied Commis- 
sion for Italy. 
Sofia 


4,000 
4,000 


Fred K. Salter 


London 


4,000 


Walter Smith.. 


Guayaquil. 

Chungking 

On military 
leave without 
pay. 

Mexico, D. F... 

Bombay 

Department 

Athens. 


4,000 


Philip D. Sprouse... 
Charles W. Thayer. 

David A. Thomas- 
son. 
Kay L. Thurston... 


Second secretary and 

consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Second secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 


4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4, 000 


Evan M. Wilson 

William Witman, 2d 


Foreign Service officer. 
Asst. commercial at- 
tache. 


4,000 
4,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



105 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VIII 





Whence 








Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 


Date of 




Name 


ap- 
pomted 


Designation 




Post 


pointment to 
present class 


entry into 
service 


Salary 


Coldwell S. Johns- 


Nev... 


Consul 


MontreaL- 


tJuly 17,1941 


July 


1, 1939 


July 1, 1939 


.$3, 900 


ton. 
John Goodyear 


N Y 


Third secretary 
consul. 


and 


Tangier . 


Aug. 8, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 14,1938 


3, 600 


















Robert F.Hale 


Oreg.- 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Mexico, D. F... 


July 11,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


July 27,1931 


3,600 


Franklin Hawley 


Mich- 


Consul 




Santiago de 


Sept. 6,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Oct. 1, 1934 


3, 600 










Cuba. 












Outerbridge Horsey- 


N.Y.. 


Foreign Service oflicer. 


Department 


Sept. 19, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Apr. 26,1938 


3,600 


Randolph A . Kidder. 


Mass . 


Consul. 




Para 


tSept. 19, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Apr. 18,1938 


3,600 


N.C.. 

Calif . 


Vice consul 


Puerto Cortes... 
Managua 


Dec. 9, 1943 
Oct. 16,1943 


Oct. 
Oct. 


20, 1942 
20, 1942 


Mar. 19, 1931 
Aug. 11,1938 


3,600 


David T.Ray 


Third secretary 


and 


3,600 






vice consul. 
















William Belton 


Oreg 


Third secretary 


and 


Ottawa .... 


Sept. 28, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 1,1937 


3,600 






vice consul. 
















Lampton Berry 


Miss.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


London 


May 31, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Mar. 30, 1934 


3,600 


William 0. Boswell. 


Pa 


Third secretary 


and 


Lisbon 


Apr. 16,1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Mar. 15, 1939 


3,600 






vice consul. 
















Charles R. Burrows. 


Ohio . 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Buenos Aires 


Mar. 3,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Mar. 21, 1939 


3,600 


Robert T. Cowan... 


Tex... 
Utah . 


Vice consul 




Zurich 


Jan. 17,1940 
Oct. 27,1941 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


Sept. 1,1928 
Apr. 29,1938 


3,600 


Leon L. Cowles 


Vice consul 


Vigo 


3,600 


H. Francis Cunning- 


Nebr.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Stockholm 


May 14,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Apr. 19,1938 


3,600 


ham, Jr. 




vice consul. 
















Philip M. Daven- 


Md... 


Vice consul 




Karachi .. 


July 20,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 2, 1938 


3,600 


port. 










Richard H. Davis... 


N.Y.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Moscow. 


Aug. 3,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


May 1,1938 


3,600 






vice consul. 
















Arthur B. Emmons, 


Mass.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Montevideo 


Oct. 22,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


Mar. 25, 1939 


3,600 


3d. 




vice consul. 
















Vernon L. Fluharty. 


Ohio.. 


Vice consul 




Tangier i 


Nov. 13, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 10,1938 


3,600 


Fulton Freeman 


Calif.. 


Third secretary... . . 


Chungking 


Jan. 12,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Mar. 8,1939 


3,600 


A. David Fritzlan. . 


Ky... 


Third secretary 


and 


Tangier.. . 


Nov. 11,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 14,1938 


3,600 






vice consul. 
















Robert Grinnell 


N,Y.. 

Nebr.. 


Vice consul 




Brisbane 

Antwerp 


Dec. 19,1942 
Oct. 16,1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 29,1938 
July 1, 1939 


3,600 


Theodore J. Hadra- 


Vice consul 


3,600 


ba. 
Parker T. Hart 


Mass.. 
Ill 


Vice consul. .. . 


Dhahran 

Lourenfo Mar- 
ques. 


June 14,1944 
Mar. 1, 1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


July 26,1938 
Mar. 27, 1939 


3,600 


Martin J. Hillen- 


Vice consul 


3,600 


brand. 








John Evarts Horner. 


Colo., 
Calif.. 


Third secretary.. 




Ankara. 


June 2, 1944 
Jan. 12,1943 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


Apr. 19,1938 
July 1, 1939 


3,600 


Hungerford B. 


Third secretary 


and 


Chungking 


3,600 


Howard. 




vice consul. 
















William L. Kreig .. 


Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 


Vice consul . ... 




Caracas 


Mar. 28, 1944 
Mar. 23, 1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 
16, 1943 


May 17, 1938 
Aug. 3,1938 


3,600 


Carl F. Norden 


Foreign Service officer. 


Office of U. S. 


3.600 










Political Ad- 




















viser, staff of 




















Supreme Al- 




















lied Com- 




















mander, Med- 




















i terranean 




















Theater. 












R. Kenneth Oakley. 


Ark... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


June 27,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 14,1939 


3, 600 


Robert W. Rinden.. 


lowa.- 


Vice consul 




Johannesburg.. 


May 20, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


June 10,1938 


3, 600 


George Lybrook 


Callf.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Stockholm 


Apr. 21,1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Apr. 19,1938 


3.500 


West, Jr. 




vice consul. 
















Roland K. Beyer ... 


Wis... 


Vice consul 




Capetown 


June 2, 1941 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


Aug. 11.1939 


3.500 



' Temporarily. 



106 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS OF CLASS VIII— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pomted 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Niles W. Bond 


Mass.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Madrid 


Sept. 22, 1942 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Mar. 22, 1939 


$3, 500 


Robert P. Chalker 


Fla 


Third secretary 


and 


London 


Mar. 11,1944 


Nov. 16,1943 


Aug. 13,1939 


3,500 






vice consul. 














V, Lansing Collins, 
Jr. 


N Y 


Third secretary 


and 


Panama 


Apr. 29,1943 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Apr. 5, 1939 


3, 5C0 




vice consul. 














Adrian B. Colquitt- 


Ga.... 


Foreign Service oflBcer. 


Department 


Dec. 4, 1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Oct. 3, 1933 


3,500 


Thomas J. Cory 


Calif.. 


Foreign Service officer- 


Department 


Aug. 23, 1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Jan. 19,1940 


3,500 




Nebr.- 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Cairo-. 


Oct. 20,1941 


Nov. 16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


3,500 












Third secretary 




Pretoria . 


July 15,1944 


Nov. 16,1943 


Mar. 13, 1939 


3,500 


William N. Fraleigh. 


N. J... 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Belgrade ' 


Oct. 16, 1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Mar. 24. 1939 


3,500 


John C. Fuess 


Mass- 


Vice consul 




Auckland 

Paris 


July 6, 1943 
Sept. 1, 1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 


Mar. 18, 1939 
Mar. 21,1939 


3,500 








3,500 






consul. 














Richard H, Haw- 


Pa 






Sydney _. 


Dec. 30,1940 


Nov. 16,1943 


Mar. 18, 1939 


3, 5C0 


kins, Jr. 


















George D. Hender- 


Calif-. 


Foreign Service oflBcer. 


Department 


.)une 29,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Aug. 6, 1939 


3,500 




Calif 




Caracas 


Julv 28,1942 


Nov. 16,1943 


July 1, 1939 


3,500 






attache. 
















D. C- 

N. Y 


Vice consul 




Pernambuco 

Staff of U. S. 


Dec. 10,1942 
Dec. 20,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 
Nov. 16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 
Jan. 19,1940 


3,500 


Frederick J. Mann-. 


Secretary 


3,500 










Political Ad- 


















viser on Ger- 


















man Affairs, 


















Supreme 


















Headquarters, 


















Allied Expe- 


















d i t ion ar y 


















Force. 










Delano McKelvey-- 
Miss Minedee 


D C 


Vice consul 




Sydney 


Sept. 2, 1943 


Nov. 16,1943 


Mar. 27, 1939 


3.500 


La.--- 


Third secretary 


and 


Santiago 


tDec. 29,1939 


Nov. 16, 1943 


July 1, 1939 


3,500 


McLean. 




vice consul. 














Julian L. Nugent, Jr_ 


N.Mex 


Vice consul 




Valparaiso 


Jan. 14,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Jan. 24,1940 


3,500 


Joseph Palmer, 2d.-. 
Richard H. Post 






Nairobi... 


June 2, 1941 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Jan. 18,1940 


3,500 


N. Y.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Buenos Aires 


Sept. 29, 1944 


Nov. 16,1944 


Jan. 17, 1940 


3,500 






vice consul. 














M. Robert Ruther- 


Mont. 






Kunming 


June 25,1943 


Nov. 16,1943 


Aug. 12,1939 


3,50C 


ford. 








Robert C. Strong. .. 


Wis.- 


Foreign Service oflScer. 


Sofia 


Oct. 23,1944 


Nov. 16,1943 


Mar. 21, 1939 


3,500 


J. Kittredge Vinson 


Tex 


Vice consul 




Naples 


Apr. 1, 1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Aug. 19,1935; 


3,50C 


Alfred T. Wellborn-. 


La--.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Chungking 


Sept. 29, 1943 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Aug. 15,1939 


3,500 


Charles H. Whitaker. 


Mass.. 


Vice consul 




Grenada 


Mar. 7,1944 


Nov. 16, 1943 


Jan. 25, 194C 


3,50C 













FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (A) 



Frederick D. Hunt.. 
Roger L. Heacock... 
William L. Smyser.. 

Charles W. Adair, Jr. 



D. C. 

Calif. 
Pa... 

Ohio. 



Vice consul 

Foreign Service oflScer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 



Nuevo Laredo- 

Department 

Madrid 



Bombay ' 



Oct. 


20, 1944 


Nov. 


10, 1942 


May 


14, 1942 


Dec. 


27, 1941 



May 1, 1941 
Feb. 1, 1942 
Oct. 20,1942 

July 16,1943 



July 1, 1939 
Apr. 30, 1938 
July 1, 1939 

Sept. 14,1940 



• Government of Yugoslavia established in England. 

* Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



107 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS. UNCLASSIFIED (A)— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 




Post 
Office of U. S. 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


H. Gardner Ains- 


La 


Fecretary 


Oct. 9, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


June 10, 1940 


$3, 000 


worth. 








Representative, 


















Advisory 




















Council for 




















Italy, Rome. 












Stewart G. Ander- 


111 


Third secretary 


and 


Montevideo 


Dec. 3, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 3, 1940 


3,000 


son. 




vice consul. 
















Donald B. Calder._ 


N. Y.. 


Third secretary 


and 


London.. 


June 2, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


May 11,1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















Leonard J. Cromie.- 


Conn . 


Third secretary 


and 


Athens 


Oct. 21, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


June 13, 1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















Irven M. Eitreim... 


S. Dak 


Third secretary 


and 


London 


Sept. 28, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 14, 1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















C. Vaughan Fergu- 


N. Y.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Tehran.... 


Dec. 24,1941 


July 


16, 1943 


June 7, 1940 


3,000 


son, Jr. 




vice consul. 
















Lewis E. Oleeck, Jr. 


Ill 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Stockholm 


Feb. 9, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Apr. 20,1940 


3, 000 


Richard E. Gnade... 


Pa.-.. 


Third secretary. 




Ankara 


Feb. 29, 1944 


July 
July 


16, 1943 


June 9, 1940 


3,000 


Hartley P. Gordon. . 


Mass.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Athens 


Dec. 7, 1944 


16, 1943 


Feb. 14,1934 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















Richard A. Johnson- 


111..... 


Third secretary 


and 


London . 


June 2, 1941 


July 


16, 1943 


May 23,1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















M . Gordon Knox. . . 


Md... 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Stockholm 


May 14,1942 


July 


16, 1943 


May 10,1940 


3,000 


Alfred H. Lo veil, Jr. 


Mich.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Warsaw ' 


Nov. 17, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


May 4,1940 


3,000 


Scott Lyon 


Ohio.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Lisbon 


Dec. 3, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 21, 1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 














John M. Mc- 


Mass.. 


Foreign Service officer. 


On military 


Sept. 30, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


June 12,1940 


3,000 


Sweeney. 








leave without 
pay. 












Lee D. Randall 


Ill 


Vice consul 




Marseille 


Sept. 25, 1944 
Dec. 3, 1941 


July 
July 


16, 1943 


May 6, 1940 


3,000 


Claude G. Ross 


Calif.. 


Third secretary 


and 


Quito. 


16, 1943 


June 18, 1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















Robert Rossow, Jr. . 


Ind... 


Foreign Service officer- 


On military 


Nov. 22, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


June 15,1940 


3,000 










leave without 




















pay. 












W. Horton Schoell- 


Fla.... 


Third secretary 


and 


Beirut 


Nov. 12, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


June 5, 1940 


3,000 


kopf, Jr. 




vice consul. 
















Harry H. Schwartz. 


Calif.. 


Vice consul 




Leopold ville 

La Paz 


Dec. 8, 1943 


July 
July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 23, 1940 


3,000 


Bromley K. Smith.. 


Calif. - 


Third secretary 


and 


Dec. 26,1941 


16, 1943 


Sept. 10,1940 


3,000 






vice consul. 
















Henry T. Smith 


Ga.... 


Foreign Service officer. 


Department 


July 24,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 23, 1940 


3,000 


Byron B. Snyder 


Calif.. 


Vice consul 




Rome 


Oct. 11, 1944 


July 


16, 1943 


May 6, 1940 


3,000 


Wallace W. Stuart.. 


Tenn.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


La Paz 


Nov. 4,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


June 5, 1940 


3,000 








John L. Topping 


N. Y.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Montevideo 


May 20, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


Sept. 19, 1940 


3,000 


John W. Tuthill.... 


Mass.. 


Secretary and 
consul. 


vice 


Staff of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser on Ger- 
man Aflairs, 
Supreme 
Headquarters, 
Allied Expedi- 
tionary Force. 


Dec. 16,1944 


July 


16, 1943 


Aug. 7, 1940 


3,000 


Joseph J. Wagner... 


N.Y.. 


Vice consul 




Bombay 


June 2, 1941 


July 
July 


16, 1943 


May 11,1940 
Feb. 12,1934 


3,000 


Fred E. Waller 


Mich.. 


Vice consul 


Montreal 


Dec. 2, 1942 


16, 1943 


3,000 



> Government of Poland established in England. 



108 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1945 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (A)— Continued 



Name 



Whence 

ap- 
pointed 



Andrew B. Ward- 
law. 

Livingston D. Wa- 
trous. 

Eraser Wilkins 

Philip H. Bagby--- 
Walter W. Birge, Jr 

William L. Blue.__ 
George F. Bogardus 
Gray Bream 

John H. Burns 

Kenneth A. Byrns. 
John A. Calhoun. __ 

Don V. Catlett 

Robert J. Cavanaugh 
Ralph N. Clough.. 

William A. Craw- 
ford. 
Juan de Zengotita_ . . 

Thomas P. Dillon . 

Robert S. Folsom... 

Edward L.Freers. - 
Paul E. Geier 

James M. Gilchrist, 

Jr. 
George McM. God- 
ley, 2d. 
Caspar D. Green.. _ 
Alden M. Haupt... 
David H. Henry, 2d- 

Oscar C. Holder 

J. Jefferson Jones, 3d 

David Le Breton, Jr 

Wilfred V. MacDon- 

ald. 
Edwin W. Martin-. 
Robert 'H. McBride. 



David H. McKillop. 

W. Paul O'Neill, Jr. 
Richard A. Poole. .. 
Stuart W. Rockwell. 

Herbert F. N. 
Schmltt. 



S. C. 

N. Y_. 

Nebr.. 

Va..-. 
N.Y.. 

Tenn . 
Iowa. . 
Wyo.. 

Okla.. 

Colo.. 
Calif.. 

Mo... 
111..... 
Wash. 

Pa_. . 

Pa.... 

Mo... 

Mass.. 

Ohio . 
Ohio.. 

I1L__.. 

N. Y- 

Ohio-. 
111...-. 
N. Y. 

La 

Tenn. 

D. C. 

Mo.. 

Ohio. 
Mich. 



Designation 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service officer. 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service oflScer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary 



Vice consul 

Vice consul.. — 

Foreign Service officer 
Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary 



Vice consul. 
Secretary... 



Post 



Ciudad Trujillo. 

San Jose 

Tangier 



Calcutta. 
Baghdad. 



Naples 

Mombasa.. 
Stockholm. 



Rio de Janeiro. 



Port Elizabeth. 
Tehran 



San Sebastian... 
St.John's, N. F. 
Tegucigalpa 



Department. 



La Paz 

Moscow 

Port-au-Prince. 



Department- 
Jidda 



Managua- 
Bern 



Guayaquil--. 

Calcutta 

Department- 
Suez 

Wellington... 



Cairo.... 
Ankara. 



Mass.- 

Pa.... 
N. J... 
Pa... 

Mich-. 



Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Secretary and vice 

consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice ,consul. 



Leopold ville 

Office of U. S. 
Representa- 
tive, Advisory 
Council for 
Italy, Rome. 
Stockholm 



Date of as- 
signment 



Tunis 

Barcelona- 
Algiers 



Bogotft- 



Nov. 13, 1944 

Oct. 7, 1942 

Dec. 7, 1943 

June 4, 1943 
Dec. 7, 1943 

Mar. 23, 1944 
Feb. 11,1944 
July 21,1944 

Sept. 6,1944 

May 20,1943 
Sept. 5,1942 

May 6, 1944 
Aug. 11,1944 
Mar. 18,1942 

July 21,1944 

Aug. 24, 1943 

Nov. 10, 1942 

Aug. 15,1941 

July 21,1944 
Nov. 11, 1943 

Aug. 14,1942 

Dec. 12,1941 

Oct. 31,1944 
June 18,1943 
Oct. 6, 1944 
May 19,1942 
Aug. 21,1943 

Nov. 11,1943 

May 2, 1942 

Mar. 21,1944 
June 17,1944 



Dec. 18,1941 

June 17,1943 
Dec. 8, 1942 
Jan. 18,1944 

July 22,1942 



Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 



July 

July 

July 

May 
May 

May 
May 
May 



16, 1943 

16, 1943 

16, 1943 

1,1944 
1,1944 

1, 1944 
1,1944 
1, 1944 



May 1, 1944 



May 
May 

May 
May 
May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 

May 

May 
May 



1, 1944 
1, 1944 

1,1944 
1,1944 
1,1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 
1, 1944 

1,1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 
1, 1944 
1, 1944 
1, 1944 
1, 1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 

1,1944 
1,1944 



Date of 

entry into 

service 



May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 



July 28,1940 

Sept. 25, 1940 

Aug. 1,1940 

Apr. 3, 1941 
May 23, 1941 

June 9, 1941 
Sept. 3,1941 
Aug. 26,1941 

July 1, 1941 

July 3, 1941 
June 11,1941 

Apr. 14,1941 
Feb. 1, 1929 
Apr. 21,1941 

Apr. 11,1941 

Apr. 8, 1941 

Apr. 7, 1941 

Sept. 1, 1941 

June 21, 1941 
Feb. 19,1941 

Mar. 3,1941 

Apr. 12,1941 

Apr. 12,1941 

June 13, 1941 

Apr. 7, 1941 

Apr. 10,1941 

Apr. 29, 1941 

May 26,1941 

June 16, 1941 

June 20,1941 
May 28,1941 



Apr. 11,1941 

June 3, 1941 
Apr. 10,1941 
Oct. 1, 1941 

Sept. 20, 1941 



Salary 



$3, 000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 



3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (A)— Continued 



109 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Harold Shullaw 


111 

Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Okla.- 

N. J.._ 
Calif.. 
N. C. 

Wash. 

N. C. 


Third secretary 


Pretoria 

La Ceiba 

Winnipeg. 

New Delhi 

Calcutta 

Basra ... 


July 6, 1944 
Mar. 3, 1943 
Sept. 28, 1944 
Sept. 15, 1943 
Sept. 15, 1943 
Nov. U, 1943 
Apr. 28,1944 
July 11,1942 

Dec. 12,1942 

June 10, 1944 


May 1, 1944 
May 1, 1944 
May 1, 1944 
May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 
May 1, 1944 
May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 

May 1, 1944 


Mar. 29, 1941 
July 1, 1941 
Sept. 6,1941 
July 16,1941 

June 1, 1941 
June 22, 1941 
Oct. 6, 1935 

Apr. 14, 1941 

June 1, 1941 


$3, 000 
3,000 


Charles W. Smith... 
James P. Speer, 2d.. 

F Lester Sutton 


Vice consul 


3,000 
3,000 


Vice consul 

Vice consul 


3,000 


James S. Triolo 

William W. Walker. 

Temple W ana- 
maker, Jr. 
Byron White 


Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Vice consul 

Vice consul 


Medellin 

Habana 

Bilbao 

Montreal 


3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

3,000 



FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (B) 



Clifton P. English.. 
Joseph N. Greene, 
Jr. 



Henry Hanson, Jr 

Douglas Henderson. 
Sidney K. Lafoon... 
\rmistead M. Lee.. 
LaRue R. Lutkins.. 



James L. O'Sullivan. 
Albert E. Pappano . 
Henry L. Pitts, Jr .. 

Leslie Albion 
Squires. 



Walter J. Stoessel, 

Jr. 
Richard E. Usher... 



Alvin M. Bentley... 

Byron E. Blankin- 

ship. 
Robert M. Brandin. 

William C.Burdett, 

Jr. 
Findley Burns, Jr.- 

George Carnahan... 
Forrest N. Daggett.. 

629065—45- 



Tenn. 
Mass. 



Conn, 

Mass. 
Va... 
Va... 
N. Y. 



Conn . 
Mo... 

N. Y.. 

Cahf-. 



Calif.. 
Wis... 

Mich 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ga... 

Md.. 

N. Y. 
Calif. 



Foreign Service officer. 
Secretary 



Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service officer 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service officer. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 
vice consul. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 



Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Foreign Service offi- 
cer. 
Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 



Department 

Office of U. S. 
Representative, 
Advisory 
Council for 
Italy, Rome. 
Stockholm 

Cochabamba 

Department 

Dakar 

On military 

leave without 

pay. 

Martinique 

Mexico, D. F... 
Panama 

Office of the Su- 
preme Allied 
Commander, 
Mediterranean 
Theater. 

On military leave 
without pay. 

On military 
leave without 
pay. 

Bogota.. 

Madrid 

Madrid 

On military leave 

without pay. 

Brussels.. 

Barranquilla 

Manaos 



May 10,1944 


tJune 23,1944 


Apr. 


2, 1942 


Nov. 


20, 1943 


Feb. 


16, 1942 


Aug. 


30, 1943 


Aug. 


29, 1944 


Nov. 


10, 1944 


Mar. 


5, 1942 


Oct. 


15, 1943 


Dec. 


9, 1944 


Oct. 


11, 1944 


Oct. 


9, 1944 


Dec. 


2, 1944 


Apr. 


22, 1944 


Oct. 


30, 1942 


May 


12, 1944 


Oct. 


31, 1944 


July 


8, 1942 


June 


2, 1943 



July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


Ifi, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


July 


16, 1943 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 



Mar. 


28, 1934 


Mar. 


22, 1942 


Apr. 


2, 1942 


Apr. 


11, 1942 


Dec. 


26, 1941 


Mar. 


16, 1942 


Mar. 


14, 1942 


Mar. 


19, 1942 


Apr. 


18, 1942 


Mar. 


2f, 1942 


Mar. 


20, 1942 


Mar. 


14, 1942 


Mar. 


26, 1942 


May 


21, 1942 


June 


1, 1942 


Mar. 


27, 1942 


Mar. 


8, 1942 


Mar. 


23, 1942 


June 


15, 1942 


Apr. 


6. 1942 



110 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (B)— Continued 



Name 


Whence 

ap- 
pointed 


Designation 


Post 


Date of as- 
signment 


Date of ap- 
pointment to 
present class 


Date of 

entry into 

service 


Salary 


Thomas S. Estes 


Mass . 


Foreign Service 
cer. 


offi- 


Office of U. S. 
Political Ad- 
viser, staff of 
Supreme Al- 
lied Comman- 
der, Mediter- 
ranean The- 
ater. 


Aug. 2, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


Jan. 7, 1938 


$2, 750 


Douglas N. Forman, 


Mass . 


Third secretary 


and 


Bogota.. 


June 10,1942 


May 


1, 1944 


Mar. 16, 1942 


2,750 


Jr. 




vice consul. 
















Michael R. Gannett. 


N. Y.. 


Foreign Service 
cer. 


oflB- 


On leave for mi- 
litary duty. 


Apr. 9, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


Aug. 24,1942 


2,750 






Third secretary 


and 


Bogota 


May 16,1942 


May 


1, 1944 


Mar. 7,1942 


2,750 


stine. 




vice consul. 
















Duane B. Lueders _ 


Minn. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Asuncion 


May 19,1943 


May 


1, 1944 


9May 8,1942 


2,750 


Oliver M. Marcy ... 




Third secretary 


and 


Athens... 


Nov. 25, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


Feb. 2.5,1942 


2,750 




vice consul. 
















Harry Clinton Reed. 


Ohio.. 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


Ciudad Trujillo. 


JDec. 16,1942 


May 


1, 1944 


Feb. 1, 1930 


2,750 


William S. Rosen- 


N. Y.. 


Third secretary 


and 


La Paz 


May 15,1943 


May 


1, 1944 


Apr. 7, 1942 


2,750 


berg. 




vice consul. 
















Lubert 0. Sander- 


Calif.. 


Vice consul 




St.John's, N. F.. 


Sept. 24, 1943 


May 


1,1944 


Apr. 15,1941 


2,750 


hoff. 








Terry B. Sanders, Jr. 


Tex... 


Third secretary 
vice consul. 


and 


London 


Oct. 7, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


Oct. 14,1940 


2,750 


William Langdon 
Sands. 


Fla 


Third secretary 


and 


Jidda 


Mar. 31,1944 


May 


1, 1944 


June 1, 1942 


2,750 




vice consul. 
















Joseph S. Sparks 

William L. S. Wil- 


Calif 








Mar. 21, 1944 


May 


1, 1944 


Mar. 18,1942 


2,750 


Wis... 


Vice consul 


Caracas. 


Jan. 12,1943 


May 


1, 1944 


Mar. 26, 1942 


2, 750 


liams. 









FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS, UNCLASSIFIED (C) 



Paul F. DuVivier... 
James G. McCargar. 



Howard Brandon. 



Keeler Faus. 



Merlin E. Smith.... 

J. Brock Havron 

Charles E. Hulick, 

Jr. 
J. William Henry... 

A. John Cope, Jr 

J. Ramon Solana 



N. Y. 
Calif. 



Ga... 

Ga... 

Ohio.. 
Term. 
Pa.... 

Ariz... 

Utah.. 
N. C. 



Vice consul 

Foreign Service officer. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 
Secretary and vice 

consul. 

Vice consul 

Vice consul 

Foreign Service officer. 



Third secretary and 

vice consul. 

Vice consul 

Third secretary and 

vice consul. 



Accra 

On military 

leave without 

pay. 
La Paz 



Paris. 



Monterrey 

Bucaramanga. 
Bucharest 



Lisbon. 



Cienfuegos. 
San JosS 



July 


7, 1944 


Sept. 


19, 1944 


Oct. 


25, 1943 


Oct. 


9, 1944 


JApr. 


16, 1943 


tJan. 


16, 1944 


Oct. 


7, 1944 


Aug. 


14, 1944 


Dec. 


16, 1944 


JDec. 


16, 1944 



Mar. 


20, 1941 


May 


12, 1942 


Aug. 


25, 1942 


Nov. 


28, 1942 


Mar. 


27, 1943 


Dec. 


22, 1943 


Feb. 


4, 1944 


Aug. 


12, 1944 


Dec. 


7, 1944 


Dec. 


7, 1944 



June 9, 1941 
Apr. 3, 1942 



Jan. 4, 1943 

July 16,1936 

Aug. 20, 1930 

July 11,1934 

Nov. 16, 1938 

Aug. 12,1944 

Dec. 16,1944 

Dec. 16,1944 



$2, 500 
2,500 



2,500 

2,500 

2,500 
2,500 
2,500 

2,500 

2,500 
2,500 



RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES* 



Name 



Adams, Philip 

Adams, Walter A 

Alexander, Knox 

Arnold, Julean H.. 



Atwood, Franklin B. 

Balch, Henry H 

Biar, Herbert 

Bickers, William A.. 
Blake, Maxwell 



Bliss, Robert Woods. _ 

Bohr, Frank 

Bouchal, John L 

Boyle, Walter F 

Bradford, Robert R 

Brady, Austin C 

Brand, Norton F 

Brett, Homer 

Briggs, Lawrence P 

Brunswick, William W 

Bucklln, George A.. 

Burri, Alfred T 

Busser, Ralph C 

Byington, Homer M 

Cameron, Charles R 

Carter, James G 

Chamberlln, George E 

Chapman, William E 

Clark, Reed Paige..- 

Clum, Harold D 

Cooke, Arthur B 

Cookingham, Harris N 

Corrigan, John 

Cruger, Alexander P 

Cunningham, Edwin S 

Davis, John K 

Davis, Leslie A.. 

Davis, Thomas D 

Dawson, Claude I 

Dearing, Fred Morris 

Deiehman, Carl F 

De Vault, Charles L 

Donegan, Alfred W 

Dorsey, W. Roderick 

Doty, WUliam F 

Dow, Edward A 

Dunlap, Maurice P 



State 


Class 


Mass ... 


VI 


S. C... 


I. 


Mo 


VIII.... 


Calif.... 


I.- 


Mass 


VI 


Ala 


III 


Ind 


Unci.... 


Va 


VII 


Mo 


I 


N. Y.... 




Kans 


VII 


Nebr.... 


VI 


Ga 


IV 


Nebr.... 


V 


N. Mex. 


III 


N. Dak. 


Unci.... 


Miss 


II 


Mich... 


VI 


Kans 


VIII.... 


Okla.... 


Ill 


N.Y.... 


V 


Pa 


Ill 


Conn... 


I 


N. Y.... 


II 


Ga 


IV 


N. Y._.. 


II 


Okla.... 


V 


N. H.... 


IV_ 


N. Y.... 


IV. 


S. C... 


V 


N. Y.... 


V 


Ga 


IV 


N. Y-... 


VII 


Tenn... 


I 


Ohio 


I 


N. Y.... 


IV 


Okla._.. 


VI 


S. C... 


I.. 


Mo 




Mo 


II 


Ind 


VI 


Ala 


Ill 


Md 


III 


N.J.... 


VII 


Nebr..-. 


Ill 


Minn- .. 


V 



Rank in the service 



Consul... 

First secretary 

Consul 

Commercial attach^ 
and Foreign Serv- 
ice officer. 

Consul. 

Consul general .. 

Vice consul 

Consul.. _ _ 

Diplomatic agent 
and consul general. 

Ambassador... 

Consul _.. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul... 

Consul general 

Consul... 

Consul general- 

Consul 

Consul 

C onsul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul-.. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general - 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Minister 

C onsul general 

Consul -.. 

Consul 

Consul general- 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 



Post where last 
assigned 



London .. 

Department. 
Edmonton.. 
Shanghai 



Cologne 

Genoa 

Toronto 

Edmonton. 
Tangier 



Buenos Aires 

SaultSte. Marie.... 

Montreal 

Guatemala 

Breslau 

Rangoon 

Calgary 

Callao-Lima 

Bahia 

Lisbon 

Wellington 

Basel 

Leipzig- 

Montreal 

Tokyo 

Tananarive 

Halifax 

Gibraltar 

Victoria, B. C 

Rotterdam 

Plymouth 

Singapore 

Durban 

Funchal 

Shanghai 

Department.. 

Glasgow.. 

St. John, N. B 

Barcelona 

Stockholm 

Lisbon.. 

Mexico, D. F 

Basel 

Genoa 

Newcastle-on-Tyne . 

Leipzig- 

Bergen 



Date of entry 
into service 



Sept. 14, 1922 
Mar. 25, 1914 
Dec. 19,1917 
§July 1, 1939 



Feb. 9, 
July 24 

Sept. 1; 

July 20, 
Feb. 3 



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



1924 
1914 
1911 
1914 
1906 

1903 
1908 
1912 
1914 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1911 
1914 
1907 
1906 
1918 



1919 
1906 
1905 
1916 
1919 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1919 
1907 
1898 
1910 
1912 
1915 
1910 
1921 
1907 
1918 
1905 
1907 
1902 
1915 
1916 



Date of 
retirement 



July 31,1938 
Mar. 31, 1943 
Dec. 31,1936 
Nov. 30, 1940 



Apr. 30, 
Jan. 31 
Apr. 30, 
Mar. 31 
Jan. 31 



July 

June 

June 

Dec. 

June 

May 

May 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

June 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

June 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Jan. 



1940 
1942 
1937 
1941 
1941 

1933 
1936 
1936 
1940 
1933 
1942 
1934 
1941 
1935 
1932 
1937 
1934 
1940 
1944 
1940 
1942 
193S 
1940 
1943 
1940 
1934 
1939 
1943 
1938 
1935 
1943 
1941 
1944 
1936 
1938 
1936 
1939 
1936 
1933 
1932 
1942 
1942 



Under the provisions of the acts of May 24, 1924, July 3, 1926, Feb. 23, 1931, Apr. 24, 1939, July 19, 1939, or May 13, 1941. 

Ill 



112 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 194 5 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES-Continued 



Name 



Dye, Alexander V 

Dye, John W 

Eberhardt, Charles C 

Edwards, Clement S 

Ferrin, Augustin W 

Ferris, Cornelius 

Fisher, Fred D 

Fox, Ray 

France, Leys A 

Frazer, Robert 

Frost, Wesley 

Gamon, John A 

Gibson, Hugh S 

Goforth, Herndon W 

Goold, Herbert S 

Gourley, Louis H , 

Orummon, Stuart E 

Halstead, Albert 

Hanna, Miss Margaret M.. 

Harris, Ernest L 

Hathaway, Charles M., Jr. 

Heard, William W 

Heingartner, Robert W 

Heizer, Oscar S 

Hengstler. Herbert C 

Holland, Philip 

Honaker, Samuel W 

Hoover, Charles L. 

Hunt, William H. 



Iflt, George N... 
Ives, Ernest L... 
Jackson, Jesse B. 



Jenkins, Douglas 

Keblinger, Wilbur 

Keena, Leo J. 

Keene, Francis B 

Kemper, Graham H 

Lee, Samuel T 

Leonard, Walter A 

Letcher, Marlon 

Luedtke, Charles L 

MacEachran, Clinton E.. 

Macgowan, David B 

MacMurray, John Van A. 

Mac Veagh, John H 

MacVitty, Karl deG 

Magruder, Alexander R... 

Makinson, George A 

Marsh, O. Gaylord 

Masuret, Eugene A 

Mayer, Ferdinand L 

M ay nard, Lester 

McCafferty, William J 

McConnico, Andrew J 

Meinhardt, Carl D 

Memminger, Lucien 



State 



N. Y... 
Minn... 

Kans 

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

Oreg 

Calif.... 
Ohio.... 

Pa 

Ky 

HI 

Calif.... 
N. C... 
Calif.... 

HI 

N. J 

D. C... 
Kans 

HI 

Pa. 

Md 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Ohio.... 
Tenn.... 

Tex 

Mo 

N. Y.... 

Idaho. 
Va.... 



Ohio... 



S. C 

Nev 

Mich 

Wis 

Ky 

Mich 

111 

Ga. 

Minn... 

Mass 

Tenn.... 

Md 

N.Y.... 

Tenn 

Md 

Calif.... 
Wash... 

N.J 

Ind 

Calif.... 
Calif.... 

Miss 

N.Y.... 
S. C 



Class 



I... 
IV. 



V... 
VI.. 

n... 

IV.. 
VII. 
VII. 

I.... 



II. 



v.. 
II.. 

IV.. 
IV.. 

I.... 

V... 

II... 
I.... 

VI.. 
IV.. 
IV.. 

I.... 
II... 
II-.. 
II... 

VII. 



v.. 
III. 

IV. 



III. 
I... 
III. 
II.. 
I... 
III. 
I... 

V.. 
IV. 

III. 



v.... 
III... 

I 

II.... 
III... 

Unci. 



III. 
VI.. 
VI.. 
VII. 



Rank in the service 



Commercial attach^ 

Consul general 

Minister ..... 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul.. 

Constil. 

Consul , 

Minister , 

Ambassador 

Consul general 

Ambassador 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

First secretary 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul. 

Consul general 

Consul general _ 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Second secretary and 
consul. 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 



Minister 

Consul general 

Minister 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul genera) 

Ambassador 

Second secretary 

Consul general 

Counselor of legation 

Consul genera] 

Consul general 

Vice consul 

Minister 

Consul general 

Second secretary 

Consul 

Consul 



Post where last 
assigned 



Dept. Commerce 

Nassau 

San Jos6, Costa Rica, 

Bradford 

Montevideo 

Dublin 

Nassau 

Habana 

Winnipeg 

San Salvador 

Asuncion.. 

Marseille 

Brussels. 

Cartagena 

Department 

Department 

Department 

London 

Geneva 

Vienna 

Munich. 

Department 

Regina 

Algiers 

Toronto 

Liverpool 

Department 

Hong Kong 

Monrovia 



Date of entry 
into service 



III I Consul general- 



Ghent 

Belfast 

Fort William and 
Port Arthur. 

La Paz, Bolivia 

Hamburg 

Pretoria 

Rome 

Rome.. 

Rio de Janeiro 

Tallinn 

Antwerp.. , 

Department 

Halifax 

Bern 

Ankara 

Department 

Alexandria 

Lisbon. 

Barcelona. 

Seoul 

Paris 

Port-au-Prince 

Copenhagen 

San Salvador 

Hull 

Shanghai 

Paramaribo 



§July 
July 
Oct. 
Mar. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
§July 
July 
Apr. 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
July 
Jan. 
Apr. 
§July 
May 
Sept. 
June 
Mar. 
Aug. 
§June 
Mar. 
Mar. 
June 
May 



1, 1939 
21, 1906 
31, 1904 
15,1911 
23, 1924 
27, 1909 

2, 1901 
27, 1920 

1, 1939 

16. 1909 
29, 1912 
12, 1»14 

5,1908 
1, 1919 
20, 1916 
1, 1913 
15, 1924 
18, 1906 
13, 1937 

10. 1898 
16,1911 
27, 1912 
25, 1904 

1,1906 
10, 1936 

30. 1910 
4, 1913 

29, 1909 

18. 1899 



May 20,1905 
June 15,1909 
Mar. 17, 1905 

July 1,1908 
May 15,1914 
June 28,1909 
July 1, 1903 
Sept. 18,1911 
Aug. 28,1907 
Aug. 7, 1907 
June 15,1909 
July 1, 1939 
§June 19.1934 
Dec. 24,1915 
May 10, 1907 
Sept. 12, 1921 
Aug. 23, 1917 
Aug. 11,1909 
Oct. 7, 1909 
Apr. 1, 1915 
§July 1, 1939 
Aug. 7, 1916 
June 27,1906 
Apr. 16,1917 
June 28,1909 
Apr. 20.1912 
Apr. 27,1907 



RETIREMENTS IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS RECEIVING ANNUITIES— Ccntinued 



113 



Name 



Miller, Hugh S 

Moorhead, Maxwell K 

Myers, David J. D 

Nathan, Edward I 

Osborne, John Ball 

Philip, HoSman 

Phillips, William 

Pinkerton, Julian L 

Pisar, Charles J -.. 

Playter, Harold 

Putnam, John R.. 

Ramsay, Hugh F 

Randolph, John 

Ravndal, Gabriel Ble 

Remillard, Horace 

Robertson, William H 

Salisbury, Laurence E 

Sauer, Emil. 

Schoellkopf, Walter H 

Seltzer, George E 

Skinner, Robert P 

Slater, Fred C 

Southard, Addison E 

Spamer, Carl O 

Sterling, Frederick A 

Stewart, Francis R 

Swenson, Laurits S 

Swift, Merritt 

Totten, Ralph J 

Tredwell, Roger C 

von Tresckow, Egmont C 

Wadsworth, Craig W 

Wakefield, Ernest A 

Weddell, Alexander W 

Wheeler, Post 

Wiley, Samuel Hamilton. 

Wilson, Charles S... 

Wilson, Hugh R 

Wilson, Thomas M 

Wilson, Warden McK 

Winslow, RollLn R 

Wolcott, Henry M 

Woodward, G. Carlton... 

Wormuth, Romeyn 

Yerby, William J 

Yost, Bartley F.... 

Young, James B 



State 



Class 



111- 


VII 


Pa 


Ill 


Ga 


IV 


Pa 


IV 


Pa 


II 


N.Y 




Mass 




Ky 


VI 


Wis 


IV 


Calif.... 


V 


Oreg 


III 


D. C ... 


VIII.... 


N.Y... 


Ill 


S. Dak.. 


I 


Mass... 


V 


Va 


I 


Ill 


II 


Tex 


Ill 


N. Y.... 


IV 


N. Y.... 


VII 


Ohio.... 




Kans 


VIII.... 


Ky 


I 


Md 


VI 


Tex 




N. Y.... 


IV 


Minn... 




D. C... 


IV 


Tenn 




Ind 


I. 


S. C 


V 


N. Y.... 


II 


Maine. - 


VIII-... 


Va 




Wash... 




X. C... 


Ill 


Maine.. 




Ill 




Tenn.-- 


I 


Ind 


III 


Mich 


IV 


N. Y-..- 


IV 


Pa 


VIII.... 


N. Y.... 


V 


Tenn.... 


VII 


Kans 


V 


Pa 


II 



Rank in the service 



Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Ambassador 

Ambassador 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul... 

Consul general 

Consul general 

Consul. 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul general 

First secretary 

Consul -. 

Ambassador... 

Consul 

Consul general 

Consul 

Minister 

Consul 

Minister 

First secretary 

Minister 

Consul general 

Consul 

Counselor of legation 

Consul 

Ambassador... 

Minister 

C onsul general 

Minister 

Ambassador 

Minister 

First secretary 

First secretary and 
consul. 

Consul general 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul general 



Post where last 
assigned 



Yarmouth 

Istanbul.. 

Department 

Monterrey 

Budapest 

Santiago 

Rome 

Department 

Liverpool 

Newcastle-on-Tyne., 
Florence and San 

Marino 

Habana 

Edmonton 

Berlin... 

Nice and Monaco.. 

Halifax 

Department 

Frankfort on the 

Main. 

Madrid 

St. Michael 

Istanbul 

Sarnia 

Department 

Nagasaki 

Stockholm 

Venice 

The Hague. 

Stockholm 

Pretoria 

Stockholm 

St. John, N. B 

Lima 

Nuevitas 

Madrid 

Tirana 

Algiers 

Belgrade 

Berlin 

Department 

Department 

Addis Ababa 

Tenerife 

Prince Rupert. 

Nuevo Laredo 

Nantes.. 

Cologne 

Department. 



Date of entry 
into service 



Mar. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 
§May 

Nov. 
§Aug. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Mar. 



Oct. 

§Sept. 
Jan. 24, 
Aug. 24: 

§Sept. 4 
June 29, 
Sept. 18, 



Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

July 
§Sept. 
§Oet. 

Mar. 

Jan. 
§Oct. 

Dec. 

July 

Apr. 

July 
§Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

July 

June 

July 
§Jan. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 



June 9, 
June 10, 
July », 
July 25, 
Oct. 26, 
July 27, 



1921 
1905 
1912 
1907 
1905 
1901 
1936 
1920 
1914 
1919 
1915 

1926 
1916 
1898 
1909 
1907 
1920 
1911 

1919 
1918 
1898 
1909 
1916 
1919 
1911 
1911 
1921 
1916 
1908 
1909 
1921 
1912 
1898 
1910 
1906 
1914 
1901 
1938 
1919 
1921 
1920 

1906 
1904 
1918 
1906 
1908 
1909 



Date of 
retirement 



July 31,1941 
June 30,1937 
Apr. 30,1936 
Apr. 30,1937 
June 30,1933 
Oct. 31,1937 
Feb. 28, 1942 1 
Nov. 30, 1944 
Oct. 31,1943 
Oct. 31,1942 
Aug. 31,1941 

Feb. 28,1943 

June 30,1943 

June 26,1930 

Oct. 31,1942 

June 25,1928 

Nov. 30, 1944 

June 30, 1941 



Nov. 

June 

Feb. 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

July 



30, 1939 

30. 1941 
29, 1936 

9, 1929 

31. 1943 

30. 1936 

28. 1942 

28. 1939 
31, 1939 

30, 1935 

31. 1937 
31, 1934 
30, 1937 

6, 1927 
30, 1932 
31, 1942 
31, 1934 

31. 1944 
30, 1937 

31. 1940 
30, 1944 
30, 1944 
31, 1944 



Nov. 30, 1944 
June 30,1935 
Jan. 31,1941 
Sept. 30, 1932 
Dec. 31,1935 
Oct. 31,1942 



' Recalled to active duty Dec. 18, 1942; returned to retirement status Sept. 30, 1944. 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



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Abbey, Glenn A 20,94 

Abbott, George M 16,96 

Abbott, Roger S_ 17 

Abbott, Wainwright 23,90 

Achilles, Theodore C 45,98 

Ackerman, Ralph H. 36,88 

Ackerson, Garret G., Jr 12,98 

Acly, R. Austin 41, 101 

Adair, Charles W.,Jr 21,106 

Adam, Hector C, Jr 3, 102 

Adams, John Clarke 26 

Adams, Philip 111 

Adams, Walter A 111 

Adams, Ware 49,95 

Adamson, Walter... 14 

Affeld, William C, Jr 23, 102 

Aguirre, Stephen E 28,100 

Ailshie, William K„. 27, 102 

Ainsworth, H. Gardner 50, 107 

Alameda, Clarence J 4 

Alberts, Hugo W 33 

Alexander, Knox 111 

Alfsen, Fritz A. M 37, 101 

Allard, Wilfred P 32 

Allen, Charles W 6 

Allen, Clifford E 42 

Allen, Henry E 28 

Allen, Ronald H 42 

Allison, John M.. 18, 97 

Alsterlund, Norah 20 

Altafler, Leland C 6 

Altafler, Maurice W 40,91 

Anderson, Daniel V 38, 100 

Anderson, Edward 3, 100 

Anderson, Eskel V 3 

Anderson, Henry Testman 20 

Anderson, Stewart G 43,107 

Anderson, W. Stratton, Jr 33, 104 

Andrews, Archie M., Jr 20 

Andrews, Charles L.. 14 

Andrews, George D 8,96 

Apple, Charles E 33 

Applewhite, Virgil C 44 

Archer, Harry C 6 

Armour, Norman 36 

Armstrong, George Alexander 20,97 

Armstrong, Lawrence S 13, 97 

Arnesen, Sigurd J 38 

Arnold, Julean H 111 

Arnold, Lawrence L 1 

Arnold, Robert C 2 

Ashford, Mahlon .. 37 

Ashley, Carleton 43 

Ashton, Horace D 23 

Atcheson, George, Jr 9,89 

Atherton, Ray 6,14 

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Atwood, Franklin B 111 

Autuori, Vincent A 42 

Await, Fred H. 36 

Ayer, William Francis 20 

Babbitt, Theodore 41 

Bach, Morton 39 

Bacon, J. Kenly... 45,97 

Bagby, Philip H 21, 108 

Bagnoli, Emile 26 

Bailey, E. Tomlin 45,102 

Bailey, Frank E 22 

Bailey, John W., Jr 8,91 

Baker, Joseph K 24 

Baker, Roy W 20,97 

Baleh, Henry H 111 

Baldwin, Karl Ferguson. 2 

Baldwin, La Verne 36,94 

Ballantine, Joseph W 45,87 

Bandy, Alvin E. 4 

Bankhead, Henry M... 6,87 

Bankhead, John L 7,103 

Barbour, Walworth 22,98 

Barclay, Ben W 4 

Barghoom, Frederick C 42 

Barker, Edmund Osborne 18 

Barnes, Courtlandt D., Jr 17 

Barnes, Curtis Waldo 44 

Barnes, Maynard B 49,87 

Barnes, William 45, 104 

B am ette, Larry _. 5 

Bamum, Robert H 8 

Barrett, William C 26 

Barry, John R 7 

Barton, Donald R 41 

Bastianello, Raymond 27 

Bates, Freeman F 19 

Bates, Robert C 48 

Battles, Robert E._. 27 

Bay. Charles A 27,90 

Bay, R. John 22 

Beach, Arthur Eugene 47 

Beach, William H... 42,92 

Beam, Jacob D 49,98 

Bean, Ormand R 15 

Beard, John M 14 

Beaulac, Willard L. 33 

Beaumont, Adam 7 

Beck, William H 22,90 

Begley, Harry R 15 

Bell, James C 40 

Bell, James D.. 11 

Belovsky, Sidney A 45,95 

Belton, William 6, 105 

Benet, Edward S ._. 12 

Benjamin, Albert 43 



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Bennett, Evan H_ 37 

Bennett, James ..-•.-.. 13 

Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr 32 

Benninghofl, H. Merrell 45, 93 

Benson, Barry T... 45,98 

Benson, Jesse G 34 

Bentley, Alvin M 10, 109 

Benton, J. Webb 3,89 

Benton, Russell W 12,102 

Berenguer, Arnaldo 31 

Berger, David C 1,92 

Bergus, Donald C. 25 

Bembaum, Maurice M 43, 104 

Berry, Burton Y 50,95 

Berry. Lampton 19, 105 

Bertot, Raoul A 13 

Bethune, Harry G., Jr 8 

Betts, Paul C 7 

Beversfock, Roswell C 24,102 

Beyer, Roland K 41,105 

Beylard, Charles B 17 

Biar, Herbert C 111 

Bickers, William A 111 

Bigelow, Donald F 39,91 

Bingham, Hiram, Jr 1, 101 

Birge, Walter W.. Jr 25, 108 

Birkeland, Carl 38 

Birkeland. Paul M 1.3,30,32,34 

Bishop, Max Waldo 21,98 

Bixler, Paul E 44 

Black, Cyril E ^_.. 49 

Black, Robert 5 

Blake. Gilson Q 45,93 

Blake, Maxwell 111 

Blake, M. Williams 24,25, 103 

Blake, Ralph J.. 2,99 

Blanchard, Louis F 27 

Bland, Carl C 42 

Blankinship, BjTon E... 36,109 

Blanshard. Paul 22 

Blatehford, Edward W 32 

Blau, Louis Cecil. 33 

Bliss, DonC, Jr 18,89 

Bliss, Robert Woods 111 

Blocker, V. Harwood. 5 

Blocker, William P.... 28,87 

Blohm,LeeR 30.95 

Bloomingdale, Donald 38 

Blue, WiUlam L 26, 108 

Boal, Pierre de L 45 

Boaz, Samuel E 20 

Boeck, Alvord L 14 

Boehringer, Carl H. 9,101 

Boemstein, Ralph A 7,96 

Bogardus, George F 21,108 

Bohan, Merwin L 45,89 



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Bohanon, Bettye M 34 

Bohlen, Charles E 45,93 

Bohne. Frederick A 7 

Bohr, Frank Ill 

Bonbright, James C. H 45, 95 

Bond. Nlles W 36, 106 

Bonnet, Ellis A 9,97 

Bonsai, Philip W 36.96 

Boom, Willem E 13,30,32,34 

Boone, William E 12 

Boonstra, Clarence 13 

Borjesson, Eddie Karl Qustav 23 

Borton, George F 4 

Boswell, William 35,105 

Botsford, Clarence A 13 

Bouchal, John L 111 

Boucher, Hiram A... 31,90 

Bowden, William Henry 44 

Bowditch, Sarah H 19 

Bower, Roy E. B 21,98 

Bowers, Claude G 8 

Bowie, Thomas Donald 37 

Bowman, Howard A 11,100 

Bowman, Thomas D 42,87 

Bownass, Richard Mason 29 

Boyce, Richard F 12,92 

Boyd, AUredG 19 

Boyd, John H 17 

Boyle, Walter F 111 

Braddock, Daniel M 5,95 

Braden, Spruille 12 

Bradford, Robert R 111 

Bradley, Walter Hinckley 4 

Brady, Austin C 111 

Brady, Charles C 41 

Brady, John B. 9 

Brady. L. Peirce 6 

Bragonier, Reginald, Jr 43,102 

Brand, Norton F 111 

Brandin, Robert M 36,109 

Brandon, Howard 3,4,110 

Brandt, George L 26,87 

Braun, Horace Harper 28 

Bream, Gray.. 38, 108 

Breazeale, Albert F 43 

Breckinridge. Robert 11 

Brennan, Peter J 43 

Brett, Homer 111 

Breuer, Carl 43,103 

Brewster, William L 28 

Bridge, H. P 31 

Bridgett, W. Charles 23 

Brlggs, Ellis O 14 

Briggs, Lawrence P 111 

Briggs, William S 35 

Brinton, John 15 

Brist, George L 7 

Brockman, John B 31 

Broderick, Maurice J 14 

Brookhart, Charles E 21,97 

Brooks, Clarence C 8,90 

Brooks, Russell M 48,93 

Brown, Aaron S 25, 104 

Brown, Cantwell C 27 



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Brown, Emerson I. 4 

Brown, Gilbert J 28 

Brown, James E., Jr 45, 96 

Brown, Kermit K 38 

Brown, Nathan A 24 

Brown, Robert L 18 

Brown, Robert Y 43,97 

Brown, Stephen C 18, 104 

Brown, Wlllard O 20 

Brown, William H 7 

Browne, Horace A 39 

Browne, Sidney H 30,94 

Brownlee, Roland H 48 

Bruins, John H 13,93 

Bruit, Frederick Joseph 8 

Bruner, Glen W 48,102 

Bruns, Robert M 20,21 

Brans. William H 21 

Brunswick, William W 111 

Bucklin, George A 111 

Buell, Robert L 21, 97 

Bugbee, Howard C 19 

Buhrman, Parker W 49,89 

Buitrago, Eugenio 3 

Bulik, Joseph J 42 

Burdett, William C, Jr 48, 109 

Burgher, Robert 8 1 

Burke, Gordon L 12,100 

Burke, Thomas Edmund 8 

Burns, Abbott S 28 

Bums, FIndley, Jr 3, 109 

Burns, John H... 4, 108 

Burns, Thomas D 14 

Burri, Alfred T 111 

Burris, Phihp Howell... 48 

Burrows, Charles R 1, 105 

Bursley, Herbert S 27,89 

Burt, Joseph F 15, 93 

Bush, Guy Louis 4 

Busser, Ralph C 111 

Busser, William F 27,103 

Butler, George H. 32,90 

Butrlck, Richard P 48,88 

Butterworth, William W., Jr 36, 91 

Byington, Homer M 111 

Bylngton, Homer M„ Jr.. 45,95 

Byington, Irwin C 11 

Byrd, Richard W 41,102 

Byrne, James MacGregor 2 

Byrns, Kenneth A 42, 108 

Cabot, John M 45,93 

Cady, John Clayton A 11 

Cattery, Jefferson 16 

Cahn. Rudolf E 4 

Calder, A. Bland 9, 93 

Calder, Donald B 19,107 

Calder, F. Willard 20 

Caldwell, George W., Jr 11 

Caldwell, John K 16 

Calhoun, John A 24,25,108 

Callahan, James E 7 

Callanan, Leo J 4,93 

Calvert, John S 28,96 



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Cameron, Charles R Ill 

Cameron, Turner C, Jr 17 

Campbell, Arthur J. 10 

Campbell, Walter L 15 

Campbell, William A... 29 

Campen, Thomas S 12, 103 

Cannon, Cavendish W 45,95 

Canty, George R 45,91 

Carey, Arthur F 1 

Carlson, Harold 38 

Carlson. Harry E 38,91 

Carlson, Herbert W 19 

Carlson, Richard W 21 

Carlson, Roger P 36 

Carnahan, George 11,109 

Carrigan, John Willard 45, 100 

Carroll, Loren 17 

Carswell, Robert M., Jr 37 

Carter, James G Ill 

Cassady, Emmett B. 43 

Cassidy, Richard T 4 

Cassou, Berlin E 17 

Castleman. Reginalds.. 5,93 

Catlett, Don V 38,108 

Cavanaugh. Robert J 22. 108 

Chalker, Robert P.. 19,106 

Chamberlain, Robert S 23 

Chamberlin, George E 111 

Champion, George P 27 

Chapin, Selden 16,89 

Chapin, Vinton 4,93 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 45,95 

Chapman, William E 111 

Chase, Augustus S 45,95 

Chase, John L 49 

Chase, Joseph 42 

Chase, Warren M 39,94 

Chavez, Tibo J 8 

Cheatle, F. Edgar 39 

Chestem, Abner 32 

Childs, Archie W 4,93 

Childs, J. Rives 29,89 

Childs, Prescott 30,93 

Chipman, Norris B 16,100 

Christensen, Asher Norman 2 

Christensen, Keld 41 

Christensen. William H 18,22,30 

Christiani, Courtland 22 

Christin, Eugene G 34 

Christopherson, Carl E.. 30, 100 

Chuck, Fong 10 

Chylinski, Thaddeus H 35 

Cintron, Frank 34 

Clafley, John F 19 

Clark, Clyde L 37 

Clark, David M 1,103 

Clark. DuWayne G 6, 94 

Clark, Edgar H 12,30,32,34 

Clark. Harlan B 21,104 

Clark, James Averell, Jr 19 

Clark, Lew B 28 

Clark. Lewis 6,92 

Clark, Reed Paige... 111 

Clark, S, Wilson 11 



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Clay. Wiley T 5 

Clayton, William E 28 

ClouRh, Ralph N 24,108 

Clubb, Oliver Edmund 42,94 

Clum, Harold D 111 

Cochran, H. Merle _ 48,87 

Cochran, William P., Jr... 45,95 

Codoner, ManuelJ. 28 

Cody, Morrill 33 

Coe. Robert D 18,97 

Cole, Felix.. 27,88 

Cole, Thomas J 12 

Cole, William E., Jr 16,104 

Colebrook, Mulford A. 18,101 

Coleman, Edwin S _.. 4 

Colladay, Montgomery H 34,98 

Collier, Charles W 4 

Collins, Atwood, 2d _ 48 

Collins, Ellen _ 44 

Collins, V. Lansing, Jr 32,106 

Collon, John Francis 15 

Colman, George T 6 

Colombat, Francis Henry 15 

Colquitt, Adrian B 45,106 

Cone, Russell A 35 

Conkright, William A.... 50 

Connell, Richard M 11 

Connelly, Bernard C 33,99 

Conrad, Barnaby, Jr.. 38 

Conradi, Arthur, Jr 38 

Considine, John A 33 

Constan, Peter 26 

Converse, Paul H. M 25 

Cooke, Arthur B___ 111 

Cooke, Hedley V., Jr 32, 101 

Cookingham, Harris N 111 

Cooper, Charles A 48,101 

Cooper, George B., 2d 20 

Cooper, William R 10 

Coors, Dallas M 21 

Cootes, Merritt N.. 45,99 

Cope, A. John, Jr 13,110 

Copeland, John I 13 

Corcoran, William W 39,96 

Corrigan, Frank P 43 

Corrigan, John 111 

Corrigan, Robert F 5 

Cortada, James N 13 

Cory, Thomas J 45, 106 

Cottam, Howard R 17 

Cottell, Philip G 14 

Cottrell, Sterling J . 44 

Coudray, Robert C 15 

Coville, Cabot 38,92 

Cowan. Robert T 40,105 

Cowles, C. William 32 

Cowles, Leon L. 38,105 

Cox, Raymond E 45,89 

Coyle, John J. 19 

Crain. Earl T 28,99 

Cram, Willard W 42 

Crandall, Roderic. 4,33,43 

Crawford. William A 45,108 

Crawford, William Rex 5 



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Crocker, Carson O 43 

Crocker, Edward S., 2d 35,90 

Crockett, Joseph P 31 

Crockett, Kennedy M 29 

Cromie. Leonard J. 22, 107 

Crook, Linton 50 

Cross, Cecil M.P 6,88 

Cruger, Alexander P 111 

Cruse, Fred T._ 12,15,23,24,31 

Cuffe, Edward D 12 

Cullen, Virginia I 49 

Cummings. Herbert J 41 

Cunningham, Edwin S 111 

Cunningham, Frederick J 33, 101 

Cunningham, H. Francis, Jr 38, 105 

Cunningham, Robert R 16 

Curren, Ralph B 15 

Curry, Hubert M 34 

Curtis, Glion, Jr 36,102 

Curtis. John P ._ 5 

Cussans, Frank 17 

Cyphers, Dudley E 7 

da Costa, Marcelino H 36 

Daggett, Forrest N 5, 109 

Dahl, Basil D 30,94 

Dalferes, Sabin J 16 

Daniels. Chandler Lawrence 2 

Daniels. Paul C 10,91 

Davenport. Philip M.. 21,105 

Davidson. Kenneth M 6 

Davies, John, Jr 9, 98 

Davis, Chester 5 

Davis, Homer W. 41 

Davis, John K 111 

Davis, Laurence L 18 

Davis, Leslie A 111 

Davis, Monnett B 45,87 

Davis, Nathaniel P 45,87 

Davis, Richard H 42,105 

Davis, Roy Leonard 34 

Davis, Sherlock 1 

Davis, Thomas D 111 

Dawson, Allan 45,92 

Dawson, Claude I 111 

Dawson. Leonard G 11,92 

Dawson. Owen L 9, 91 

Dawson. William 43 

Day, Breckinridge A.. 41 

Day, Henry B 45,97 

Day, Samuel H 41, 91 

Dean, David D 9 

Dean, Robert William 6 

Deane, John R 42 

Dearing, Fred Morris. 111 

Decker, Fred H. 43 

DeCourcy, WUliam E 48,89 

Deichman, Carl P Ill 

de Jonge, Alfred R. W... 39 

de Lambert, Richard M 18,94 

de la Salandra, Dominic 14 

Delgado-Arias, D. Eugene 44 

de Lima. David A 33 

Domarest, Keimeth E 35 



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Denby, James Orr 50,92 

Denhardt, Edith Tilton 20 

Denis, Louis M 15 

Denman, Leroy G., Jr 23 

dePass, Morris B.. 9 

Derry. Charles H 2,93 

Desvernine, Eugene 12 

Detwiler, Alvin C _ 28 

Deuel, Norman B 13,30,32,34 

De Vault, Charles L Ill 

de Zengotita, Juan 3, 108 

Dick, Harrison L 17 

Dick. Hasell H 45,92 

Dickerson, Charles E., Jr 35,90 

Dickinson, Horace J 13,100 

Dickover. Erie R 45,87 

Dillingham, Sherburne 43,101 

Dillon, Thomas P 42,108 

Dimick, John M 37 

Di Venuti, Biagio 50 

Donahue, Robert T 41 

Donald, George K 7,89 

Donaldson, Harry M 7, ia3 

Donegan, Alfred W 111 

Doniger, Elliot 29 

Donnelly, Walter J 4,89 

Donovan, Andrew E., 2d.. 34,99 

Donovan, Howard 21,90 

Doolittle, Hooker A 15,91 

Dooman, Eugene H..., 45,87 

Dorr, Robert J_ 8 

Dorsey, W. Roderick 111 

Dorsh, John B 8 

Dorsz. Edmund J 34, 97 

Doty, William F ill 

Dougherty, Edward C 27 

Dougherty, Joseph L 5 

Douglass. William B., Jr 35 

Dow, Edward A 111 

Dow, Edward A., Jr... 15,106 

Dowling, Walter C 50,99 

Downs, Donald 48 

Doyle, Albert M... 48,90 

Dregge. John W 15 

Drew, Gerald A 16,96 

Dreyfus, Louis G., Jr 24 

Drumright, Everett F 9,95 

DuBois, Arden Edward 13 

duBois, Coert 45,87 

Ducote, Charles H 16,96 

Duer, Edward R., Jr 29 

Dumont, Donald A 29 

Duncan, Norman 34 

Dunlap, Maurice P 111 

Dunn, William E 10,88 

Dunn, William McKee 13,30,32,34 

Duran. Gustavo 12 

Durbrow, Elbridge 45,95 

Dutko. PaulM 42 

Du Vivier, Paul F 21, 110 

Dwyer. Henry T 29 

Dwyre, Dudley G 43,89 

Dwyre, Jack G 34 

Dye, Alexander U.._ 112 



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Dye, John W... 112 

Dyer, Edwin Perry, Jr.. _ 21 

Earle, George H 41 

Easton, John W. ._ 19 

Eaton, Charles Edward 5 

Eaton, Earl Wilbert . 28 

Eberhardt, Charles C 112 

Ebllng. Samuel 25,94 

Ehright, Albert P -.. 37 

Echols, John M_ 39 

Eckes, William H 4 

Eddy, William A 36 

Edwards, Clement S__ 112 

Edwards, J. Stanford 3 

Edwards, Jay Dixon 21,103 

Edwards, John W 29 

Ehlers, Edgar S 9 

Eitreim, Irven M 19, 107 

Elbrick, C.Burke 45,99 

Eldridge, Richard 17 

Ellingsen, Thor B 13.30,32,34 

Ellis, Daniel E 8 

Ellis, Imogene E . 20 

Ellis, Overton G., Jr. 15,101 

Ellis, Perry. 2. 103 

Elting, Howard, Jr 40, 101 

Embry, John A 20.97 

Emmanuel, John F. V 37 

Emmerson, John K 9,99 

Emmons, Arthur B., 3d 43, 105 

Engert, Cornelius Van H. 1 

English, Clifton P.. 45, 109 

EngUsh, Robert 6,97 

Erhardt, John G 45,87 

Erwin, John D _ 24 

Espy, James 33,103 

Estes, Murl._ 3 

Estes, Thomas S.. 50, 110 

Evans, Charles D 44 

Evans, Ernest E 26,50,95 

Evans, Joseph R 50 

Everett. Curtis T 7,90 

Ewing, Adlai Merriman 39 

Fales, Herbert P 18,104 

Farmer, Alexander W 9 

Famsworth, Frederick E 15,101 

Farrell, William S... 45,98 

Farringer, Dale E 48 

Faus, Keeler 16, 110 

Faust, John B 24,97 

Feld, Nicholas 41, 106 

Feldman, Arthur W 15 

Ferber, David I_ 37 

Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr 24, 25, 107 

Ferguson, Harold D 37 

Fernald, Robert F 38,94 

Fernandez, Raymond F 17 

Ferrell, Hubert F 26 

Ferrer M., Felipe 34 

Ferrin, Augustin W 112 

Ferris, Cornelius 112 



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Ferris, Walton C 45,93 

Fidel, E.Allen 17 

Flnley, Harold D 31,92 

Fishburn, John T.. 43 

Fisher, Dorsey Qassaway 18,97 

Fisher, Fred D 112 

Fitzgerald, John F 29 

Fitzgerald, William B 48 

Fitzpatrick, James R 11 

Fitzpatrick, Robert Joseph.- 44 

Flack, Joseph 43,88 

Flack, Thomas R 39 

Flake, Wilson C 2,97 

Flandry, Fred F 12 

Fleischmann, Julius. 13.-30,32,34 

Fletcher, C. Paul 20,93 

Fletcher, Samuel J 21,90 

Flexer, Fayette J 36,91 

Flood, Douglas.. 45,101 

Flood, Peter H. A 47. 95 

Flournoy, William E , Jr 35.98 

Fluharty, Vernon L - 29, 105 

Fogarty, Edelen 26 

Fogler, Maurice 37 

Follmer, Cjtus B 16 

Folsom, Roberts 23,108 

Foote, Walter A... .30, 89 

Forbes, Bruce W 26 

Ford, James B 37 

Ford, Richard 24,25,90 

Ford, William Joseph 20 

Forman. Douglas N., Jr 10, 110 

Fornes, Frederic C, Jr 6,97 

Forsyth, Donald W.. 32 

Forsyth, Richard A 39 

Forsyth, T. Muldrup. 32,102 

Foster, Andrew B..... 45,102 

Foster, Carol H 45,88 

Foster, Meade T 5 

Fox, Ernest F 1 

Fox, Homer S 6, 90 

Fox, Joseph C 29 

Fox, Ray 112 

Fraleigh, William N 44, 106 

France, Leys A 112 

Frankel. Samuel B 42 

Franklin. Albert B.. 43 

Franklin, Lynn W 7, 92 

Frazer, Robert 112 

Fredrickson, Oscar W 17 

Free, Lloyd A ' 39 

Freeman, Fulton 9,105 

Freeman, Houghton 10 

Freers. Edward L.. 45,108 

Frierson, David E 44 

Fritzlan, A. David 29,105 

Frost, Arthur C 7,87 

Frost, Wesley 112 

Fuess, John C 31,106 

Fuller, Andrew P. 4 

Fuller, George Gregg... 3,93 

Fullerton, Hugh S 16,88 

Funk, Ho C 29,96 

Fuqua, Stephen Ogden 35 



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Gade, Gerhard....* 15,96 

Gaines, Willard R a3 

Galbraith, Willard 38,97 

Galenson, Walter 42 

Gallman, Waldemar J 18,89 

Gamon, David L 15 

Gamon, John A 112 

Gannett, Michael R 48,110 

Gantenbein, James W 14,97 

Garrison, Biddle H 8 

Garver, Carl F 24,25 

Garza, Elfas G 29 

Gaspard, Jerome T 3 

Gasque, J. AUard 48 

Oassoun, Joseph H 26,40 

Gates, Caleb F., Jr 44 

Gatewood, Richard D 21, 103 

Gaudin, Daniel, Jr _. 22,99 

Gauss, Clarence E 45 

Geerken, Forrest K 27,104 

Geib, Horace V 11 

Geier, Paul E.. 36, 108 

Geist, Raymond H... 45,89 

George, W. Perry 45,93 

George, William C 27 

Gerberich, Albert H 11 

Germon, William F 5 

Gerrity, Charles M 25 

Gibbons, Donald F 1 

Gibson, Hugh S 112 

Gibson, Raleigh A 27,91 

Gibson, William G 35 

Gibson, William M 35 

Gidden, Culver... 22 

Gidney, Charles C, Jr 33 

Gilbert, Charles 36 

Gilbert, Manson 7 

Gilchrist, James M., Jr 31, 108 

Gilmore, Robert W... 29 

Gilsinn, David L 1 

Qleeck, Lewis E., Jr 38, 107 

Glover, Robert G. 43,92 

Gnade, Richard E 40,107 

Godfrey, Richard A 5 

Godley, George McM., 2d 39, 108 

Godsey, Fred 5 

Goetzmann, Jule L 37, 104 

Goforth, Herndon W 112 

Golick, Morris 41 

Goodier, Harvey T... 7, 100 

Goodin, Paul A 12,16,23,24,31 

Goodyear, John 29, 105 

Goold, Herbert S 112 

Gordon, Bartley P 22,10/ 

Gordon, George A.. 45 

Gorman, Douglas, Jr 8 

Gorrell, Juan L _ 14 

Goshie, John L 50, 103 

Gotlieb, Bernard 7,94 

Gourley, Louis H_ 112 

Gowen, Franklin C 47,93 

G wen, Fred H 19 

Graham, Ralph Luke 17 

Graling, Francis J 6 

Grampp, William D 48 



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Qranata, Harold M 26 

Graves, George M 45,97 

Gray, Archibald E. 23,96 

Gray, Cecil Wayne -.... 50,91 

Gray, David 25 

Gray, Lloyd R 31 

Green, Archie W... 2 

Green, Caspar D. 15, 108 

Green, David S 4 

Green, Thomas C 10,32 

Greene, Boyd F 42 

Greene, Joseph N., Jr 50, 109 

Greene, Winthrop S. 32,93 

Greenup, Julian C 33,91 

Gresham, Vemet L... 14 

Grew, Joseph C 45 

Griffin, Thomas J 23 

Griffith, Edwin H 22 

Griffiths, John F 2 

Griggs, Robert A 50 

Grinnell, Robert 2,105 

Groeninger, Joseph G 20,96 

Grosjean, Robert L... 13,30,32,34 

Gross, Gerald C 11 

Groth, Edward M 41,89 

Groimd, Ray 29 

Groves, H. Lawrence 31,88 

Orummon, Stuart E 112 

Grunwell, Thomas A 35 

Guerra, Fidencio 11 

Guest, Paul Lynn 8 

Gufler, Bernard 45,97 

Guinn, Paul S 41, 100 

GuUion, Edmund A 38, 104 

Gunsaulus, Edwin N 7 

Gwynn, William M_ 22,93 

Haatvedt, Rolfe A 39 

Hadraba, Theodore J 3, 105 

Haering. George J 30,91 

Safer, William Keith 17 

Hagan, John Logan 12 

Hagerman, Worthington E. 36 

Hale, Robert F 27,105 

Haley, Lawrence B 17 

Hall, Claude H.,Jr 22,97 

Hall, Mom'oe B 45,96 

Hall, Weston A 17 

Hallam, Malcolm P 22 

HaUett, Herbert 33 

Halstead, Albert 112 

Hamilton, Maxwell M.. 45,87 

Hamlette, Harry L_ 33 

Hamlin, John N 38,96 

Hammond, B. Miles 48, 104 

Handley, William Jules 48 

Hanes, Walter W 1 

Hanley, J. Daniel _. 35 

Hanna, Clyde James 37 

Hanna, Margaret M 112 

Hannah, Archer B 11 

Hanson, Henry, Jr 38, 109 

H anson , Joseph Osgood ,Jr 42 



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Hardie, John F 12,15,23,24,31 

Harding, John T 15 

Harding, Kenneth W 12 

Harding, Robert William 7 

Hardy, Neal B 19 

Hardy, Osgood 14 

Hare, Raymond A 18,94 

Harley, Robert Bruce... 5 

Harriman, W. Averell 42 

Harrington, Julian F 3,91 

Harris, Arthur R 27 

Harris, Ernest L 112 

Harrison, Landreth M 45,95 

Harrison, Leland 39 

Harrison, Randolph 46,97 

Harshaw, John H 42 

Hart, Boies C, Jr... _ 16, 106 

Hart, John N. _. 12 

Hart, Parker T 36,105 

Hartley, Robert H 2 

Harvey, Constance R 40,100 

Harvey, Nicholas D. N 19 

Haselton, Norrls S 8,102 

Has«, Frank F 39 

Hastings, William P 6 

Hathaway, Charles M., Jr 112 

Hathaway, James L 25 

Haupt, Alden M 21, 108 

Haven, Richard B 38,95 

Havron, J. Brock 11,110 

Hawkins, Harry C 18,90 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr 2, 106 

Hawley, Franklin 13,105 

Hawley, Harry F 37,90 

Hawley, John C-.- 28 

Hawthorne, Carl 30 

Hayes, Dalton __ 2 

Hayes, Glenn C 10 

Hayes, Stanley T 7 

Hays, George A 21 

Heacock, Roger L... 46, 106 

Heard, Alexander 48 

Heard, William W 112 

Heath, Donald R 49,88 

Heath, Robert D 22 

Heck, Jack H 16 

Heck, Victor C 12 

Hefti, Rudolph W 2 

Heiberg, Walter L 38 

Heilbronner, Leon C 6 

Heller, Bernard F 7 

Heingartner, Robert W_ 112 

Heisler, Charles H 20,95 

Heizer, Oscar S ..__ 112 

Helme, William B 1 

Heltberg, Arnlloth G 24 

Hemmerich, Harry F 21 

Hemphill, Charles F., Jr 1 

Henderson, Clay H 3 

Henderson, Douglas 4,109 

Henderson, George D 46,106 

Henderson, James E 28,100 

Henderson, Loy W 25 



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Hengstler, Herbert C 112 

Henney, Alfred J 5 

Henry, David H., 2d 46, 108 

Henry, Frank Anderson... 42,91 

Henry, J. William 35, 110 

Henry, R. Horton 46,97 

Herbert, Raford W 1 

Herrlngton, Frank H 9 

Herron, Connie R. 2 

Hickey, Andrew S 27 

Hickok, Thomas A ?l, 97 

Hicks, Knowlton V 26,95 

Hiern, Alden J 23 

Higgins, Herbert N 19 

Higgins, William L 36 

Higgs, L. Randolph 38,101 

Hill, Edmund W 42 

Hill, Henry Albert 22 

Hill, Heyward G 17,98 

Hill, John C 12 

Hill, Milton A 8 

Hillenbrand, Martin J 36,105 

Himmel, Lyle C 2 

Hinke, Frederick W 33,97 

Hinkle, Eugene M 36,93 

Hoard, Robert S 28 

Hobbs, Claude E., Jr 3 

Hockaday, Ted McLean _.. 15 

Hocker, Woodson F 33 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 49,91 

Hoffman, Albert L 37 

Hofiman, Erich W. A 26 

Hoffman, H. Theodore 16 

Hoffmann, Walter W 5, 102 

Hohenthal, Theodore J _ 50, 102 

Holbrook, Lucius R., Jr 9 

Holcomb, Thomas.. 41 

Holden, Richard K 42 

Holder, Oscar C 15,108 

Holdridge, Desmond 27 

Holland, Henry F 28 

Holland, Philip 112 

Hollingsworth, Earl C 8 

Holm, Gunnard 14 

Honaker, Samuel W 112 

Hooper, Malcolm P.. 32,94 

Hoover, Charles L 112 

Hoover, John P 43, 106 

Hopkins, John Abel 11 

Hopper, George D 22,89 

Horn, Adolph B... 13 

Horn, Thomas S 22,96 

Hornbeck, Stanley K 30 

Horner, John Evarts 40, 105 

Horowitz, Daniel L 8 

Horsey, Outerbridge 46,105 

Horwin, Leonard 37 

Hoskins, Harold Boies 47 

Hostetter, Wrltner 19 

Houck, FredH 20 

Hoverter, Ross E 6 

Howard, George C 12,90 

Howard, Hungerford B 9, 105 



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Howard, Wendell S... 15 

Howell, Glenn F G 

Howell, John Jossup 29 

Hoyt, HenryA 9 

Hrones, John G 16 

Hubbard, Phil H .* _ 40, 100 

Huddle, J. Klahr 39,87 

Huddleston, John F.... 26,94 

Hudson, Joel C 8,91 

Huestis, Richard S 20,100 

Hughes, Morris N 46,99 

Hughes, Thomas L 7,87 

Hukill, George R. 36,94 

Hulick, Charles E., Jr 50, 110 

Hulley, Benjamin M 24,94 

Humes, Elizabeth 35,99 

Hunsaker, Lee M 8,9 

Hunt, Frederick D 29,106 

Hunt, Leigh W 3,94 

Hunt, Ralph H 2 

Hunt, William H 112 

Hunter, Robert L 29 

Hurley, Patrick J 9 

Hurst, Carlton 17,100 

Huston, Cloyce K 46,96 

Hutchinson, Charles A 2,96 

Hutton, Paul C 46,100 

Hyde, Austin W., Jr 37 

Iflt, George N 112 

Ingle, Edward M 48 

Isaacs, C. Grant 36,99 

Ives, Ernest L 112 

Ives, J. Winsor 35,98 

Jackson, Henry C 35 

Jackson, Jesse B 112 

Jackson, Virgil A 26,40 

Jacobs, Joseph E 50,87 

Jakes, Robert, 3d. 5 

Jandrey, Fred W 26,99 

Janz, Robert 35,99 

Jarrell, Henry T 9 

Jenkins, Douglas 112 

Jenkins, Douglas, Jr 2,100 

Jenkins, John H 33 

Jensen, Finn B... 39 

Jensen, Julius C .. 40 

Jepson, Florence H 19 

Jernegan, John D 24, 25, 103 

Jester, Perry N 46,96 

Johansen, Beppo R 46, 101 

Johnson, Donald S 33 

Johnson, Ellis A 41 

Johnson, Ethel M 20 

Johnson, Eugene H 7 

Johnson, Frederick C 7 

Johnson, Hallett 11 

Johnson, Harold Frost 17 

Johnson, Hartwell 17,103 

Johnson, Herschel V 38 

Johnson, John D 7,90 

Johnson, Leslie W l, 104 



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Johnson, Nelson T 2 

Johnson, Richard A 19,107 

Johnson, U. Alexis.' 46, 102 

Johnson, Wendell G 37 

Johnston, Coldwell S 7,105 

Johnston, Leland P 14 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr 46,101 

Jones, Gerald G 13 

Jones, J . Jefferson, 3d ^0, 108 

Jones, J. Wesley _ 46, 97 

Jones, Joseph A 13 

Jordan, Curtis C 29,92 

Jordan. Francis C 24,105 

Jordan, Russell B 6 

Josselyn, Paul R 46,88 

Jova, Eugene E... 13 

Jovin, Francis K 2 

Judson, Frederick B .... 31 

Kann, Paul J 41 

Kapp, William Robert 37 

Kasper, Herman R 35 

Kasserman, Harold W 38 

Katsainos, Charles T 39 

Kazanjian, Reginald S 4,101 

Keblinger, Wilbur 112 

Keeler, Erwin P 46,92 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr 3,88 

Keena, Leo J 112 

Keene, Francis 112 

Keith, Gerald 34,92 

Kekich, Emil 15 

Keller, Frank Lener 3 

Kelley, Robert F 40,88 

Kelly, George F.... 22 

Kelsey, Easton T 7,103 

Kemler, John 37 

Kemp, Edwin Carl 7,90 

Kemper, Graham H 112 

Kempton, James H 44 

Kendrick, Stephen E . C 3, 98 

Kennan, George F 42,90 

Kennedy, Edmond 13, 30, 32, 34 

Kennedy, Edward S... 24 

Kent, Ralph E 22 

Kent, Zolita F 13,32,34 

Keogh, John Belfort 35 

Kessler, Alfred A 38 

Ketcham, John B 28,96 

Key, David McK 37,91 

Kidder, Randolph A 5,105 

Kifer, Russell Stanley 47 

Kilcoin, William L 44 

Kimrey, Chester H 23 

King, Joseph C 1 

King, Nat B 43 

Kingsley, Thomas D 43 

Kinnaird, Lawrence 8 

Kirk, Alexander C 50 

Klaveness, Francis A 39 

Klieforth, Alfred W. 7, 88 

Kline, Wendell F 19 

Kneeland, Walter E 28 



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Knight, Cleveland B 19 

Knoll, Denys William 42 

Knox, Charles F., Jr 46,99 

Knox, M. Gordon 38, 107 

Kohler, Foy D 46,99 

Kolb, Raymond E.. 22 

Kolinski, Charles James 20 

Kolt, Charles V » 11 

Krausse, Henry G 29 

Kreis, Foster H... 35 

Krentz, Kenneth C 46,96 

Krieg, William L 44, 105 

Kroner, Hayes A 4 

Kropp, Miriam Therese 34 

Kross, John D 50 

Kubalek, William 13 

Kuhn, Frederick A 26 

Kuniholm, Bertel E 7, 94 

Kuykendall, C. Porter 20,92 

Labouisse, Henry R., Jr 17 

La Croix, Edward A 10 

Lafoon, Sidney K 46, 109 

Lafore, Lawrence D 17 

Lambeth, J. D.. 28 

Lamm, Donald W 5, 106 

LaMont, George D 21,96 

Lamprecht, Eeinhard W 16 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr 35, 100 

Landis, James McCauley 47 

Lane, Arthur Bliss 34 

Lane, Clayton 20,90 

Lane, Francis A 25 

Lane, George B 31 

Lane, Rufus H., Jr 9,94 

Lang, John W 1 

Langdon, William R 10,89 

Lankenau, Richard F 2 

Larrabee, Sterling L 22 

Larragoite, Armando, Jr 44 

Larsen, Gilbert E 15 

La Rue, G. Wallace 48, 104 

Lashly, PaulW 29 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr 32,98 

Laughlin, John S 22 

Laukhuff, Perry 38,104 

Lavalee, Jerome R 48 

La Vista, Vincent 37 

Lawler, Edward J 7 

Lawson, Edward B 40,93 

Lawson, Stanley R. 39 

Lawton, Edward P 17,93 

Lawton, James S 30 

Leach, Richard S 15 

Leavell, John H 15 

Leavens, Donald C 43 

LeBovit, Harry 50 

LeBreton, David, Jr... 15, 108 

Lebus, William Frank, Jr. 38 

Lee, Armistead M 17,109 

Lee, Games B 10 

Lee, Charles H 1 

Lee, Samuel T 112 



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Legge, Barnwell K 39 

Leggett, Herbert... _ 48 

Lehnbard, Donald F 10 

Lebrs, John A 39 

Leigh, Egbert Giles 3 

Lemmon, Norma 14 

Leonard, Richard R 26 

Leonard, Walter A 112 

Leonliardy, Terrance G 11 

Leonhart, William K 2 

Leslie, Aldene Barrington 6 

Letcher, Marion 112 

Leverich, Henry P 46,99 

Levison, George Lewis 47 

Lewis, Charles W., Jr.. 29,92 

Lewis, Harrison 39,99 

Lewis, Harry R 32 

L'Heureux, Herv6 J 17, 95 

Lieder, Eugene J... 14 

Light, John 30 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr. 47, 101 

Lind, NilsE 36 

Lineaweaver, F. Ridgway 13, 100 

Lines, David A 14 

Linnell, Irving N 41,88 

Linthicum, Walter J 27, 101 

Lippincott, Aubrey E 1,101 

Lister, George T 10,11 

Litsey, Weldon 11 

Little, Charles J 17 

Little, George Alexander 33 

Littlejohn, Angus C, Jr 4 

Livengood, Charles A 50,89 

Lloyd, Rupert A 27 

Lobenstine, James C 10, 110 

Locke, Justin N 37 

Lockett, Thomas H 27,88 

Lockhart, Frank P 46,87 

Lockling, W. Bruce 49 

Lockwood, Alexander Scott 37 

Lottus. Victor H 26,50 

Long, Boaz 23 

Loofbourow, Frederick R 40 

Lopizich, Ivo H 34 

Lord, John H 22,94 

Loren,Odin Q 44,101 

Lovell, Alfred H., Jr.. 34,107 

Ludden, Raymond P 9,10,99 

Ludy, Albert K., Jr 24 

Luebbermann, Henri A 44 

Lueders, Duane B 33.110 

Luedtke, Charles L 112 

Lusk, John C 37 

Lutkins, LaRue R 48, 109 

Lynch, Andrew G 21,103 

LjTich, William R 41 

Lyon, Cecil B 15,98 

Lyon, Scott 35,107 

MacArthur, Douglas, 2d 16, 102 

Macatee, Robert B 46,88 

Macaulay, Charles S 4 

MacBryde, Duncan 26,40 



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Macdonald, John J 33,98 

MacDonald, Wilfred V. 40, 108 

MacEachran, Clinton E_- 112 

Macgowan, Basil F 22 

Macgowan, David B_ 112 

MacKay, Bentley B 5 

Mackenzie, Malcolm 2 

MacLean, H. Colt 26,50,88 

MacMurray, John Van A 112 

MacVeagh, John H 112 

MacVeagh, Lincoln.. 22 

MacVitty, Karl deG 112 

Macy, Clarence E 21,93 

Macy, Robert H 7 

Madonne, John H 39,95 

Maffitt, Edward P 1, 101 

Magnuson, Erik W 7,95 

Magruder, Alexander R 112 

Maher, Dale W 39,94 

Mahoney, Timothy John 28 

Mahony, Walter B., Jr.. 12, 16, 23, 24, 31 

Makinson, George A 112 

Maldonado, Joseph E 8 

Maleady. Joseoh E.. 15 

Maleady, Thomas J 43,99 

Malige, Marcel E 34,91 

Mallon, Patrick 46,99 

Mallory, Lester De Witt. 16,92 

Maness, Hubert 4 

Maney, Edward S 11,97 

Mangold, Frederick R 28 

Mann, Frederick J 49,106 

Marcy, Oliver M 22,110 

Marelius. Donald C 38 

Marsh, O. Gaylord 112 

Martin, Edwin W... 3,108 

Martin, George R.. 29 

Martin, Luis J 33 

Martin, Stuart B.... 18 

Marvel, William W.. 48 

Marvin. John H... 12 

Mascioli, Frederick P 26 

Massey, George Bragg 15 

Masuret, Eugene A-- 112 

Mathews, Elbert G 1,102 

Mathews, Jeff Douglas 47 

Matthews. H. Freeman 46,87 

Mattison, Gordon H 26,104 

Maury, John Minor 42 

May, Edward W 28 

May, Frederick W , 26,40 

Mayer, Ernest de W 3, 101 

Mayer, Ferdinand L 112 

Mayers, Herbert W. D 5 

Maynard, David M 39 

Maynard, Lester 112 

Mazzeo, Louis B 27 

McAndrews, John H. E 22 

McBride, Robert H.... 50,108 

M cCalTert y, William J 112 

McCall, John T... 19 

MeCamy, James Lucian 50 

McCargar, James G 48, 110 



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McCarthy, Edmund J. E 44 

McCarty, Gleim R., Jr. 48 

McClintock, Robert Mills -38,99 

McClure, Wallace.. 39 

McConaughy. Walter P 4,98 

McConnieo, Andrew J 112 

McCormack, William F. _.. 38 

McCullough, John D 14 

McDonough, Dayle C 46,90 

McDougall, Grant 2 

McEnelly, Thomas 29,91 

McFadyen, Archibald A., Jr 9 

McFall, JackK _.. 6 

McGeary, Stanley A 10 

McGinness, William L., Jr.. 24 

McGonigal, Donal F 46,102 

McGregor, Robert G., Jr 48.98 

McGurk, Joseph F 46.88 

Mcllhenny, Samuel A., Jr 29 

Mcintosh, Clarence J .. 36 

McKay, Donald S 48 

McKee, Edwin 10 

McKelvey, Delano 2,106 

McKenna, James E 46,90 

McKillop, David H 38,108 

McKinney, Harry E 43 

McKinney. Walter H.. 7,94 

McKnight, Cleveland B 20 

McLain, Camden L 8 

McLallen, Walter F., Jr 4 

McLaughlin, Edward D. 46,99 

McLaughlin, James Denis 8 

McLean, Allan F., Jr 16 

McLean, Minedee 8,106 

McMahon, Bernard B 19 

McManus, George B 41 

McMillen, Robert D 41 

McMillin, Stewart E 28,96 

McNalr, Roy Perrin, Jr. 9 

McNeill, William H__ 22 

McNiece, Renwick S 35,91 

McSweeney, John M. 48, 107 

McVicker, Charles P., Jr 41 

Meekins, Lynn W 46,88 

Meeks, Nelson P 7 

Mciklejnhn. Robert P 42 

\reinhardt, Carl D 112 

Melbourne, Roy M 50,104 

Melby, ;iohn Fremont 42,104 

Melleii, Sydney L. M" 50 

Mellon, William L 40 

Melvin, William H 2 

Memminger, Lucien 112 

Memminger, Robert B 25,103 

M enter, San ford 25 

Merkel, Charles F 2 

Merrell, Clay 7 

Merrell, George R 20,90 

Merrill, Frederick T.. 41 

Mersman, Scudder 18 

Messersmith, George S 27 

Metcalf, Lee E 41 

Meyer, Clarence E. 19 



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Meyer, Paul W 46,94 

Meyer, Theodore H 28 

Micrio, Louis 44 

Michael, Louis Guy 42 

Michaolis, Ralph L 2 

Middlebrook, Robert W 48 

Milbourne, Harvey Lee 9.97 

Miles, Oeorpe C. 41 

Milks, Harold F.,. _ 35 

Millard, Hugh 8,89 

Miller, George E 35,101 

MilU'i-, Hush S 113 

Miller, Ralph 15,97 

Miller, Raymond C-_ 3 

Millet, Charles S 9,103 

Mills, Sheldon T 20,94 

Minneman, Paul G 12,90 

Minnigerode, H. Gordon 11,102 

Minor, Georee O fi 

Minor, Hard 1 B_ 46,96 

Minter, John R 2,91 

Mirick, Susannah 13 

Mitchell, Charles D 34 

Mitchell, Frank G 26 

Mitcliell, John W 43 

Mitchell, Lawrence C 3 

Mitchell, Reginald P. 17,101 

Mitchell, Sidney A 17 

Mitchell, William A 48 

Moffltt, James P 44, 92 

Mokma, Gerald A 10,97 

Molesworth, Kathleen. 17,103 

Montamat, Harold E. 12,102 

Montgomery, Edmund B 46,92 

Moody, Robert B 25 

Mooers, Horatio 29,95 

Moore, Carl E 14 

Moore, Rupert H 7 

Moorhead, Maxwell K 113 

Moose, James S., Jr 46,94 

Morby, Edwin S 39 

More, Bolard 40,103 

Moreland, William D., Jr 25, 101 

Morey, Leonard R 11 

Morgan, John H 46,94 

Morgan, Sidney 13,30,32,34 

Moriarty, Francis B 37 

Morris, Brewster H .. 48,103 

Morris, Leland B 24 

Moses, H. Claremont 30 

Moss, Herman 48 

Motz, Frederick Allen 50 

Muccio, John J 12,91 

Muelberger, Arthur P 17 

Mueller, Edward M 49 

Murphy, Gail... 32 

Murphy, Robert D 49,87 

Murray, Alton T 46,100 

Murray, Lee 19 

Murray, William B 28 

Murrell, Franklin H 26 

Myers, David J. D 112 

Myers. Harold Edwin 47 



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Myers, Myrl S 21,88 

Myers, Willys A 29 

Nabel, Eugene 40 

Nankivfill, John Henry 30 

Nash, Roy 5 

Nasmith, Charles Roy 20,93 

Nathan, Edward I 112 

Neathery, Jack B 3, 103 

Nelson, Christian Hans 17 

Nester, Alfred T 26,89 

Newbegin, Robert 14,100 

Newman, David K _.. 18 

NiccoU, Frank C 25 

Nichols, Donald H 16 

Nickerson, Richard L 41 

Nielsen, Christian K 21 

Nielsen, Orsen N. 31,88 

Noble, Donald W 27 

Nolan. Thomas F 48 

Nordon, Carl F 50, 105 

Norgrcn, Paul H 6 

North, Oliver B 6,94 

Norweb, R. Henry 35 

Nostrand, Howard L ,33 

Nufer, Albert F 12,89 

Nugent, Julian L., Jr 9,106 

Nyhus, Paul O 1,90 

Oakes, Calvin Hawley 46,98 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 46,105 

O'Brien, Lincoln 33 

O'Brien, Pattie Field _. 48 

Ocheltree, John B 46,98 

O'Connell, Francis A.. 17 

O'Connor, Katherine E.. 6,103 

O'Donoghue, Sidney E 27,94 

OflBe. Carmel 49,101 

Ojeda, Arthur Eustace 35 

Olds, Herbert V i, 104 

Oliver, Covey T 19 

Oliver, John G 29 

Olivier, Nicholas D 2 

Olsen, Clarence E 42 

Olson. Grant. 39 

Olsson, Nils W. 39 

O'Neall, Charles F 37 

O'Neill, W. Paul, Jr 18,108 

Ordway, John 18, 103 

Orebaugh, Walter W 25, 100 

Orland, Lewis H 44 

Orloski, John A. E 13 

Orme. Jesse Milton 6 

Ortiz, Nestor C 5 

Osborne, John Ball 113 

Osborne, Lithgow 31 

O'Shaughnessy, Elim 16,104 

O'Sullivan. James L 18,109 

Otis, Margaret M 17 

Oury-Jackson, Granville 10 

Owen, Augustus C... 7 

Ozzard, Charles J 47 



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Packard, Harry P... 25 

Packer, Earl L 40,91 

Paddock, Paul 42,104 

Page, Charles A 16 

Page, Edward, Jr 42,98 

Page, Walter A 15 

Paige, Jason, Jr __ 6 

Painter, Carvel 3,5 

Palmer, Ely E 2,87 

Palmer, Gardner E 8 

Palmer, George E 32 

Palmer, John Peabody 46, 100 

Palmer. Joseph, 2d 21, 106 

Pancoast, George T 35 

Pangburn, Harry K 28 

Pappano, Albert E 27, 109 

Pardue, Mary Ann 20 

Park, Nelson R 37,95 

Park, Peyton H 14 

Parker, Charles B 28 

Parker, Charles M 42 

Parker, Edward S... 17 

Parker, Leonidas M 19 

Parks, James E 16,96 

Parks, Sheldon W l 

Parr, Alexander S 33 

Parry, Carroll C 35 

Parsloe, Arthur G 5 

Parsons, Arthur W 44 

Parsons, Givon M _ 29 

Parsons, J. Graham 46,102 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr... 46, 102 

Pasquet, Maurice 29,99 

Patten, William S 17 

Patterson, A. Willing 32 

Patterson, JefTerson 33, 90 

Patterson, Richard C, Jr 44 

Patterson, Roscoe Freeman 6 

Patton, Kenneth S .30 

Paulsen, Richard B 41 

Paxton, J. Hall 9,96 

Payne, Charles E. B 7 

Pearsall, David J 32 

Pearson, Paul H 38,101 

Pease, Harold D 44 

Peck, William L 26,97 

Peck. Willys R 46 

Pendar, Kenneth Whittemore 11 

Penfleld, James K 46, 95 

Penrose, E. F 19 

Pepin, Harold T 7 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 46,87 

Perkins, Troy L 46,99 

Perkins, Warwick 42,91 

Perlman, Jack Marvin 17 

Peterson, Avery F 18,98 

Peterson, Edward M 47 

Peterson, Horace C 4 

Peterson, John L 23 

Pettigrew, Robert Leslie — 23 

Peyton, Robert K. 28 

Pfiflner, Eugene C 5 

Phelan, George R 44 



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Phelan, Raymond 28 

Philip, Hoffman 113 

Phillips, George L 40 

Phillips, Virginia Elizabeth 8 

Phillips, William 113 

Piazza, Joseph S 35 

Pierce, Lawrence... 11 

Pierrot, A. Ogden__. 35,37 

Plgott, C. Montagu... 43 

Pilcher, James B 46,94 

Pillet, Frederick A 40 

Pinkerton, Julian L. 113 

Pinkerton, Lowell C 32,87 

Pisar, Charles J 113 

Pitts. Henry L., Jr 32, 109 

Playter, Harold ._ 113 

Plitt, Edwin A 46,90 

Polutnik, Ernest V 35 

Pool, John C 46. 102 

Poole, Richard A. 37, 108 

Porter, William J 40 

Post, Richard H 106 

Potter, George M 4 

Potter, Kermett F 12,99 

Powell, James C, Jr 27 

Pot^fell, Thomas M 28 

Powers, Albert J 12 

Preston, Austin R 36, 91 

Pridonoflf, Eric L 50 

Price, Leonard H 8 

Price, William E 5 

Prospere, V. Walser 1 

Prouty, Roswell W.. 28 

Pugh, William C 18 

Purdom, Christopher H 10 

Putnam, John R 113 

Quarton, Harold B 38,92 

Rabida, Albert A 22 

Rae, J. Thomas... , 5 

Ragland, Joseph P .. 2,99 

Railey, Howard B . _ 17 

Raineri, Peter J 6 

Ramfeo, William Preston 5 

Ramsay, Hugh F 113 

Ramsey, Henry O 20 

Randall, Harold M 33,93 

Randall, Lee D.. 17, 107 

Randolph, Archibald R 23, 101 

Randolph, John 113 

Randolph, William B__ 12 

Rankin, Karl L 22,90 

Rapp, Charles H 26 

Rastetter, Richard W... 12, 16, 23, 24, 31 

Ravndal, Christian M 38,90 

Ravndal, Gabriel Bie 113 

Ray, David T 31, 105 

Ray. Guy W 27,96 

Ray, John A 23 

Rayens, Charles E... 38 

Reagan, Daniel J. 39,88 

Reams, R. Borden 46,97 



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Reber, Samuel 46,90 

Rector, George P. H 20 

Redecker, Sydney B 49,89 

Reed, Charles S., 2d 37,97 

Reed, Edward L 1,88 

Reed, Frank F 19 

Reed, Harry Clinton 14, 110 

Reed, Leslie E 33,90 

Reese, Raymond E 48 

Reeves, Harman 31 

Reid, John T 13 

Reineck, Walter S 7,94 

Reinhardt, G. Frederick 50,104 

Reist. Jay R 33 

Remillard, Horace 113 

Renchard, George W 16,98 

Rend, Charles J.. 4 

Reveley, Paul J 27,99 

Rewinkel, Milton G 49, 104 

Rexford, Dean Raymond. 39 

Reznik. Jacob 34 

Rhodes, Harold 37 

Rice, Allan L 39 

Rice, Charles M., Jr 19 

Rice, Edward E. 9, 102 

Rich, S. Grover, Jr 38 

Richards, Arthur L 41, 100 

Richards, J. Bartlett 46,91 

Richards, William Walker 24 

Richardson, Gardner 39,92 

Richardson, John S., Jr 42,96 

Richardson, Joseph L 42 

Richardson, Marie Elizabeth 2 

Richardson, W. Garland 46,100 

Richert, George L 28 

Richey, Earle J. 21 

Riddell, William H 30 

Riddick, John G 19 

Riddle, James R 29 

Riddleberger, James W 47, 93 

Rigg, Robert B.. ._ 24 

Riggs, Benjamin Reath 39,91 

Rinden, Robert W. 42, 105 

Rlngwalt, Arthur R.. 9,97 

Rittenhouse, Austin J 44 

Rivera, Rodolfo O 31 

Robbins, Albert H 20 

Robbins, Warren Delano 48 

Roberts, Irving E 12 

Roberts, Quincy F 20,92 

Robertson, T. Ayers 28 

Robertson, William H 113 

Robertson, William P 35 

Robinson, Judson B _ - 2 

Robinson, Thomas H 23,94 

Robison, Harold D 15,96 

Rockwell, Stuart W 17, 108 

Rogers, Buford O 39 

Romero, Arthur J 1 

Roosevelt, Archibald B., Jr 25 

Rose, Halleck L 35,100 

Rose, Victor R... 12, 15, 23, 24. 31 

Rosenberg, William S. 3,4,110 



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Ross, Claude G 14, 107 

Ross, Robert D 17 

Ross, William F 41 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 48,107 

Roullard, George D 42 

Rountree, William M 47 

Rowell, Edward J 5 

Royt, Frederick L.. 22 

Rueter, Frank T 9 

Ruff, Edward J 12 

Russell. H. Earle.. 41,88 

Russell, Ruth Beatrice..- __ 20 

Rutherlord, Howard K 1 

Rutherford, M. Robert.... 10, 106 

Rutledge, Angus V 19 

Ryan, Daniel V 2 

Salinas, Ezequiel D 43 

Salisbury, Laurence E 113 

Salter, Fred K is, 104 

Sanderhoff, Lubert 0. 22, 110 

Sanders, Terry B., Jr 19,110 

Sands, William Langdon 36, 110 

Santi, Mark G 14 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 40,91 

Satterthwalte, Livingston.. 13, 

IS, 25, 30, 32, 34, 44, 100 

Sauer, Emil 113 

Sawyer, Charles 3,27 

Scanlan, William... 44 

Schaffner, Louise 21 

Scherer, George F 47,102 

Schmitt, Herbert F. N . ,. 10,108 

Schnare, Lester L 26,50,90 

Schnee, Alexander 48 

Schneider, Agnes 16 

Schneider, R. F 8 

Schoellkopf, Walter H 113 

Schoellkopf, W. Horton, Jr 26, 107 

Schoenfeld, H. P. Arthur 47 

Schoenfeld. Rudolf E 13,31,34,88 

Schoenrieh, Edwin 47,95 

Schott, William W 47,93 

Schraud, Myron H. 28 

Schutz, Joseph W 9 

Schwartz, Harry H.. 3. 107 

Scott, Albert W 17,95 

Scott, James T 26,40,91 

Scott, Winfield H 18, 97 

Scotten, Robert M 14 

Seager, Cedric H 41 

Seager, Walter E 41 

Sears, Richard D 40 

Seddlcum, Paul C 6 

Sedgwick, Cabot 23 

Seibert, Elvin 21,101 

Seller. Herman W 33 

Sells, Dorothy M 39 

Seltzer, George E. 113 

Service, John S 9,10,99 

Service, Richard M 10 

Severe, Marc L_ 27 

Shantz, Harold 44.89 



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123 



Page 

Shaw, George P - - 14,89 

Shea, Robert D_. _-._ 39 

Sheedy, Bryan D-- 23 

Sheehan, Robert McDonald 26 

Sheehy, Frank E - 43 

Shelley, Tully 19 

Sherman, J. A. Tuck 39 

ShiUock, John C, Jr 6,100 

Shipley, Howard Jack 33 

Shockley, vVilliam P., Jr... 35 

Shoemaker, Franklin C 25 

Sholes. Walter H.... 39,92 

ShoUenberger, Joseph H 47 

Short, Jeffrey Robson, Jr 41 

ShuUaw, Harold- 41,109 

Sigmond, Frithjof C 38 

Signer, Wales W 6, 102 

Simmons, John F _ 15 

Sims, Harold 5 

Singer, Dudley G 4 

Singleton, Henry E 37 

SIracusa, Ernest V... 24,109 

Sitton, OraS 48 

Skinner, Robert P 113 

Skora, George W 11 

Skousen, Samuel J 4 

Slater, Fred C 113 

Slavons, Stanley O 29, 100 

Smale, William A 25,94 

Smedberg, Julian K 20 

Smith. A. Viola 48,95 

Smith, Bernard L 12, 15, 23, 24, 31 

Smith, Bromley K .3,107 

Smith, Carleton Sprague.. 6 

Smith, Charles W 7, 109 

Smith. Donald W 47, 100 

Smith, E. Talbot 41,94 

Smith, Edwin L 17 

Smith, Harry L_ 8 

Smith, Henry T 47, 107 

Smith, Horace H -... 9,10,95 

Smith, J. Paul, Jr 37 

Smith, Jule B. 31, lOO 

Smith, Merlin E 28, 110 

Smith, Mervin G 28 

Smith, Thomas C 10 

Smith, T. Lynn 11 

Smith. Walter.- 15,104 

Smith, Walter F 37 

Smith, Walter L 115 

Smyser, William L ^.. 36, 106 

Smyth, Richard T .38 

Smyth, Robert Lacy 7,90 

Snidow, William B., Jr 8 

Snow, WUliam P 33,102 

Snyder, Byron B 26,107 

Sokobin, Samuel 20,91 

Solana, J. Ramon U, no 

Solborg, Robert A 35 

Somerville, James 24,92 

Southard, Addison E 113 

Sowell, Ashley B 32,89 



Sowell, Joseph W 11 

Spalding, Francis L 24,100 

Spamer, Carl O 113 

Sparks, Edward J .... 43,93 

Sparks. Joseph S 21,110 

Spaulding, Sydney P 42 

Spears. Bernice R 31 

Speer, James P., 2d.. 20,21,109 

Spencer, Thomas D _._ 22 

S|(eyer, Darthea 26 

Spielman, Henry W 6 

Spiker, Clarence J 2,89 

Spilman, Lawrence A 37 

Sprague, George E... 25 

Springer, Paul L 15 

Springs, L. Pittman.. 18 

Sproul, Marion Elizabeth 34 

Sprouse, Philip D 9,104 

Squire, John P 48 

Squire, Paul C... 40,92 

Squires, Leslis Albion... 50,109 

Stabler, Wells 32 

Stafford, Maurice L 27,93 

Stanclifl, Evert Lee 28 

Stanford, G. Alonzo 8 

Stanton, Edwin F 47,89 

Stanton, Willard Quiney... 21,97 

Starcevic, Anthony E 34 

Stark, Harry N 11 

Starr, GeorgeJ 29 

Staten, Verne G 22 

Stebbins, Henry E 18,98 

Steere, Loyd V 18,88 

Steger, Christian T 22,89 

Stein, Robert A. 21 

Steinhardt, Laurence A 13 

Steintorf, Paul P 47,92 

Stephan, Charles H.. 7 

Sterling, Frederick A 113 

Stevens, Charles Henry 28 

Stevens, Francis Bowden. 42,98 

Stevens, Harry E 9,96 

Stevenson, John R 37 

Stewart, Earl C. 2 

Stewart, Francis R 113 

Stewart. James B 31 

Stewart, Warren C... 9 

Steyne, Alan N 47,93 

Stines, Norman C, Jr 23 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr 48,109 

Stone, Hugh L., Jr 33 

Stone, John F. 18,99 

Stoops, Don 48 

Stoppani, Charles 40 

Story, Harry W.... 13 

Stout, Hiram M 19 

Stratton, Gus G 25 

Streeper, Robert B 6,94 

Strom, Carl W 27,103 

Strong, Roberto 49,106 

Strong, Thomas S 31 

Stuart, Wallace W... 3,107 

Sturgeon, Leo D 47,90 



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Styles, Francis H 25,94 

Styles, Raymond A 17 

Summerlin, George T 47,87 

Sumner, John D ._ 10 

Sumner, Philip D.. 27 

Sundell, Charles C 7 

Sundt, Oiaf Francis. 4, 

8,14,33 

Surrey, Walter S 39 

Sutton, F. Lester 25, 109 

Swenson, Harold F ..- 1 

Swenson, Laurits S 113 

Swift, Merritt 113 

Swift, Norman Guernsey 39 

Swihart, James W 3 

Taft, Orray, Jr 12,102 

Tait, George.- 39,91 

Talbot, Phillips 9 

Talbott, Sheridan 20,96 

Taliaferro, Charles H - 7 

Tanner, Edward Livingston 23 

Tate, Jackson R 42 

Tausch, Egon R- - --- 12 

Taylor, Arthur H 11 

Taylor, Clifford C— 6,90 

Taylor, Francis E 23 

Taylor, Fred 19 

Taylor, Henry L 11 

Taylor, Laurence W 7,98 

Taylor, Robert M _ 16, 102 

Teall, Girvan 6 

Tennant, Robert A 25 

Terrassa, Fernando -. 11 

Terry, Carroll M 37 

Tewell, Harold S 4,88 

Tewksbury , Howard H 14, 92 

Thayer, Charles W 48,104 

Thayer, Philip W 8 

Thiel, Cyril L. F... 28,100 

Thomas, Aaron J., Jr 35 

Thomas, Jay P 6 

Thomas, Sheldon 1,94 

Thomasson, David A 27,104 

Thompson, Charles 21,103 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr 18,95 

Thompson, Paul Dean 25 

Thompson, Samuel R.. 22,93 

Thompson, Tyler 16,99 

Thoreson, Tomena Jo 49 

Thurston, Ray L 21, 104 

Thurston, Walter 3 

Tidwell, William A., Jr 43 

Timberlake, Clare H 47,99 

Tindall, Richard Q. 19 

Tirana, Rifat 17 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr 47,88 

Titus, Earle O 36 

Tobias, Justin C 11 

Tolman, George L 7 

Tolman, Lewis B 32 

Toole, Richard A 30 

Topping, John L.. 43,107 



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Page 

Torrance, Ruth J 17 

Totten, Ralph J 113 

Touchette, Joseph I 21,99 

Tower, Arthur F 8,96 

Trammell, Webb-- 40 

Travers, Howard K 47.89 

Tredwell, Roger C._ 113 

Trent, William F 5 

Trenta, Walter 11 

Trimble, William C 47,99 

Triolo, James S 11,109 

Troutman, Harry L 40,93 

Trowbridge, Jones R 30 

Trueblood, Edward O 33,95 

Tuck, S. Pinkney -- 15 

Tucker, Robert C ' 42 

Turner, Mason - 2,97 

Turner, Milton M 19 

Turner, Robert A 19 

Turner, Smith Davison 19 

Turner, William T 47,94 

Turpin, Robert G. 37 

Tuthlll, John W 49,107 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr 47,103 

Unverzagt, Henry T 28 

Usher, Richard E 48,109 

Utter, John E 49 

Vallee, Lucien Joseph 17 

Vance, Marshall M 47,91 

Vance, Sheldon B. 5 

van den Arend, Frederik 36,93 

Vanderburg, William O 33 

Vanderburgh, John B 8 

Van Home, John 37 

Van Voorst, Marion 19 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 30,91 

Van Wynen, Ann. 42 

Van Zile, John O 28 

Varrelman, George - 13 

Vaughan, Stephen B 7 

Vermont, Albert 12, 16, 23, 24, 31 

Vigil, Abraham 28 

Villard, Henry H 47 

Vincent, John Carter 47,90 

Vinson, J. Klttredge 26,106 

Vogenltz, Heman C 14 

von Hellens, Lawrence W 38 

von Schilling, Franz, Jr 15 

Von Tresekow, Egmont C li:i 

Vorrath, John C, Jr 3fi 

Votion, Jack William 19 

Vyse, William Clarke 28,96 

Wade, Philip R.. ...- 8 

Wadsworth, Craig W 113 

Wadsworth, George 26,40 

Waggoner, Edward Lowry 8 

Wagman, John P 28 

Wagner, Carl G ._- 44 

Wagner, Fred T 6 

Wagner, Joseph J 21, 107 



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Wagner. Robert W 28 

Wailes, Edward T 30, 95 

Wakefield, Ernest A 113 

Walker, Agesilaus W., Jr 2 

Walker, Howard L., Tr 28 

Walker. Jay 5, 101 

Walker, Joseph F 17 

Walker, William W 12,109 

Wallace, William E 42 

Waller, Fred E 7,107 

Waller, George P 3,27,94 

Wallin, PaulJ 2 

Walmsley, Walter N., Jr 35,96 

Walsh, Walter M 7 

Walters, Ray Pearce 50 

Walton, Lester A ..- 27 

Walton, Willis E 24 

Wanamaker, Temple, Jr 37, 109 

Ward, Angus 47, 90 

Ward, Robert S 10, 96 

Wardlaw, Andrew B 14, 108 

Waring, Robert Olaf ' 29 

Warner, Carlos J 18,95 

Warner, Charles T 13 

Warner. Gerald 1,98 

Warner, Melvin C 13 

Warren, A vra M 32 

Warren, Fletcher 47,89 

Warwick, David C 14 

Washington, Raoul F 12 

Washington, S. Walter. 11,92 

Wasser, Lee Q 9 

Wasson, Thomas C... 47,95 

Waterman, Henry S 28,92 

Watrous, Livingston D 11, 108 

Watson, Hugh... 20 

Watson, Hugh H 20,90 

Watson, Osborn S 43,94 

Weaver, John L 28 

Weaver, Paul L. F 8 

Webb, James H., Jr 23 

Webb. Walter W 1 

Webster, Donald Everett 41 

Webster, Edward C, Jr 28 

Weddell, Alexander W 113 

Weeks, John A 10 

Well, T.Eliot _.. 30,103 

Weimer, Frederick C 43 

Weimer, Joseph G 43 

Weir, Thomas A 38 

Weise, Robert W., Jr 8 

Weisenburg, Leslie A. 16 

Welch, Aubrey Lee, Jr 18 

Welch, Rolland 33,102 

Wellborn, Alfrea T 9, 106 

Welles, Samuel Gardner... 20 

Wellman, Harvey R 5 

Wells, Alfred W 21 

Wells, H. Bartlett 12,102 

Wells, Milton K _ 47,99 

Wendelin, Eric C .. 47,96 

Wendt, Erwin W 37 

Wernimont, Kenneth 5 



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Wesson, Robert Q 11 

West, George Lybrook, Jr 38. 105 

Wharton, Clifton R 18,95 

Whedbee, Robert E 37 

Wheeler, Charles B., 2d 20 

Wheeler, Post 113 

Whetten, Nathan L 28 

Whipiilc, Clayton E 50 

Whitaker, Charles H 22, 106 

White, Byron... 7, 109 

White, Howard A 4 

White, Ivan B. 16. i(i:i 

White, John Campbell... :« 

White, RoUieH., Jr .. i 

Whitney, Thomas P 42 

Whittirghill, George D 48 

Widney, George M 23 

Wiedenmayer, Joseph E 43 

Wieland, William A 4 

W iesner, Louis A 49 

Wightman. Henrj L 27 

Wiley, John C 10 

Wiley, Samuel Hamilton 113 

Wiley, Walter W 11 

Wilkins, Eraser 29, 108 

Wilkinson, Edward G 48 

Wilkinson, James R 18,93 

Willey, John A 31 

Williams, Arthur R 32,103 

Williams. Franks 47,90 

Williams, Philip P 1, 103 

Williams, Randall S., Jr 25 

Williams, Vincent D 24 

Williams, William L. S 44, 110 

Williamson, Harold L 17,90 

Willis, Frances E 47,93 

Willis, Raymond S 35 

Willock, Roger 14 

Willson. Gilbert R 29,96 

Wilson, Charles S 113 

Wilson, Evan M... 47. 104 

Wilson, George B 19 

Wilson. Hugh R 113 

Wilson, James Parker .50 

Wilson, Orme 23 

Wilson, Robert E... 15, 103 

Wilson, Thomas M 113 

Wilson, Warden McK 113 

Wilson, W. John, Jr 27 

Winant, John G 18 

Windham, Charles A 2 

Winfree, Robert M 1 

Wlnship, North 7,87 

Winslow, Rollin R__ 113 

Winters, George H 47,92 

Winthrop, Robert C, Jr 4' 

Withers, Charles D 3 

Withey. Francis M 28,94 

Withey. Howard F 7,94 

Withrow, John F. 33 

Witman, William, 2d 22, 104 

Woel. J. William 23 

Wolcott, Henry M.. 113 



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Woldike, Aage 13,30,32,34 

Wolf, Franklin W 43 

Wollam, Park F... 11 

Wonderlcy, A. Wayne 38 

Wood, Harold C 29 

Wood, Hilton F 12 

Wood, John R_ 16 

Wood, Ralph M.. 49 

Wood, Robert W.... 38 

Wood, Walter A 6 

Woodfall, Colin C 1 

Woodruff, Harry A 17 

Woods, Sam E 27,40.87 

Woodward, G. Carlton... 113 

Woodward, Robert F 23,98 



Page 

Woolf, Donald L 18 

Wooster, Julia Louise 5 

Worehel, Philip 42 

Wormuth, Romeyn. 113 

Worster, Stephen C 28 

Wright, Donald L 19 

Wright, Gordon J 17 

Wright, James H 47,98 

Wright, William C 8 

Wright, William P 43, 100 

Xanthaky, Theodore A 4 

Yearns, Kenneth J 21,98 

Yerby, William J... 113 

Yorke, Edward W., Jr 42 



Page 

Yost, Hartley F 113 

Youmans, Charles Le Roy 12, 14, 23 

Young, James B 113 

Young, Roland A 47 

Young, T. Cuyler 25 

Young, Whitney 43,99 

Yuni, William E 9, 102 

Zapf, Lacey C 2,88 

Zawadzki, Casimir T 20 

Zetterstrand, Rudolph E 5 

Ziegler, William H 26 

Zondorak, Charles J .. 42 

Zozaya, John J 43 

Zweig, Ben 29 



629065 — 45 9 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 



[The names of provinces, states, and other administrative divisions are omitted from this index, but those in countries 
the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to consular di!itrict;5 may be found on pages 62-81 alphiibetically 
under name of country.] 



Page 

Acapulco de Ju&rez, Guerrero, Mexico 28 

Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa.. 21,55 

Adana, Turkey 41,60 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. .._ 16,52 

Adelaide, South Australia 2, 51 

Aden, Arabia _ 21, 55 

Aegean, Italian Islands of. See Italian Islands of the 
Aegean. 

Afghanistan _.. 1,51,62 

Africa 21,51,55,62 

See also Accia, Algiers, Azores, lieira, Brazzaville, 
Canary Islands, Cape Verde Islands, Dakar, 
Egypt, Lagos, Lfiopoldville, Liberia, Lourenpo 
Marques, Luanda, Madagascar, Madeira, Mom- 
basa, Morocco, Nairobi, Gran, Tunis, and Union 
of South Africa. 

Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico 28, 57 

Alexandretta, Turkey. See Iskenderun. 

Alexandria, Egypt 15,52 

Algiers, Algeria 17,53 

Almirante, Panama 32 

Amsterdam, Netherlands 59 

A ndaman Islands 71 

Andorra -.. 63 

Angola, Africa 36,60 

Angia do Heroismo, Terceira, Azores 35,60 

Ankara, Turkey. 40 

Annobon _., 62 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, British West Indies 22,55 

Antilla. Cuba . 13,52 

Antofagasta, Chile 9,51 

Antwerp, Belgium 3,51 

Antwerpen. See Antwerp. 

Arabia (see also Saudi Arabia) 21,36,55,60,63 

Arequipa, Peru 34 

Argentina 1,51,63 

Arica, Chile 8 

Aruba, West Indies 30 

Ascension 62 

Asuncion, Paraguay . 33 

Athenai. See Athens. 

Athens, Greece 22,56 

Auckland, New Zealand 31,59 

Australia 2,51,63 

Austria, State of. See Germany. 

Azores 35,60,63 

Baghdad, Iraq 25,56 

Bahamas, British West Indies ... 22,63 

Bahia, Bahia, Brazil 5,51 

Bahrein Islands 63 

Baia. See Bahia. 

Baile Atha Cliath. See Dublin. 

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Barbados, British West Indies _ 22, 56 

Barcelona, Spain_ _ 37,60 

Barranquilla, Colombia.. 11,52 

Basel, Switzerland .39,60 

Basra, Iraq 25,56 

B|tavia, Java, Netherlands Indies 59 

Beira, Mozambique, Africa 36 

Beirut, Lebanon 26, 57 

Belfim. See Para. 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 20,53 

Belgian Congo 3,51 

Belgium 3,51,63 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia 44,61 

Belize, British Honduras 22 

Bello Horizonte, Minas Geraes, Brazil 5, 51 

Beograd. See Belgrade. 

Bergen, Norway 59 

Berlin, Germany 53 

Bermuda 22,63 

Bern, Switzerland 39,60 

Bhutan (see India) 71 

Bilbao, Spain 37,60 

Birmingham, England 20, 54 

Bogota, Colombia 10,52 

Bolivia 3,63 

Bombay, India 21, 55 

Bordeaux, France 17,52 

Borneo, British. Sfe British Malaya. 
Borneo, Netherlands. See Netherlands Indies. 

Bradford, England 20,54 

Brazil 4,51,64 

Brazzaville, French Equatorial Africa. , 17,53 

Bremen, Germany. 53 

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 2,51 

Bristol, England 20,54 

British Guiana.. 22,55,64 

British Honduras 22 

British Malaya 64 

British West Indies (see also West Indies) 22,55,80 

Brussels, Belgium 3.51 

Bruxelles. See Brussels. 

Bucaramanga, Colombia 11,52 

Bucharest, Rumania 50 

Buenaventura, Colombia 11 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1. 51 

Bulgaria l 6,49,64 

Burma 64 

Cairo, Egypt 15,52 

Calais, France 52 

Calcutta, India 21,55 

Calgnry Alberta, Cannda 6 

Call, Colombia 11,52 



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Page 

Camagiiey, Cuba 13,52 

Canada 6 

Canary Islands 38,60,64 

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.. 2 

Cap Haiticn, Haiti 23 

Cape Verde Islands 64 

Capetown, Cape Province, Union of South Africa 41,61 

Caracas, Venezuela 43, 61 

Cardiff, Wales 20,54 

Caripito, Monagas, Venezuela. 44 

Cartagena, Colombia 11,52 

Casablanca, Morocco 29,59 

Ceara. See Fortaleza. 
Ceiba. See La Ceiba. 

Ceylon ..._ 21,64 

Chandernagor (see French India) 71 

Cherbourg, France 17,52 

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico 28,57 

Chile 8,51,64 

China 9,51.64 

Chosen 57,74 

Christchurch, New Zealand 31 

Christiania, Norway. See Oslo. 

Chungking, China.- .__ 9,51 

Cienfuegos, CubB 13,52 

Ciudad Juarez, Cluhuahua, Mexico 28, 57 

Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic 14 

Cochabamba, Bolivia 4 

Cologne, Germany. 53 

Colombia 10,52,65 

Colombo, Ceylnn 21 

Colon, Panama 32 

Comoro I.«lands (see Madagascar)... 74 

Concepcion, Chile 8 

Constantinople, Turkey. See Istanbul 

Copenhagen, Denmark 14,52 

Corisco 62 

Cork, Ireland... 25,56 

Corse.. 71 

Costa Rica 11,52,65 

Crozet (see Madagascar) 74 

Cruz Grande, Coquimbo, Chile 9 

Cuba 12,52,65 

Curasao, West Indies 30,59,66 

Curitiba, Parana, Brazil 6 

Cyprus 66 

Czechoslovakia. 13 

Dakar, French West Africa . 18,53 

DamSo (see Portuguese India) 71 

Damascus, Syria 40,60 

Denmark 14,52,66 

Diu (see Portuguese India) 71 

Dhahian, .'t'audi Arabia 36 

Dodecanese Islands. See Italian Islands of the Aegean. 

Dominican Republic 14,66 

Dresden, Germany 53 

Dublin, Ireland. 25, 56 

Dunedin, New Zealand 31 

Durango, Durango, Me.vico 28,57 

Durban, Natal, Union of ."outh Africa 41,61 

Dutch East Indies. See Netherlands Indies 
Dutch Guiana. See Surinam. 
Dutch West Indies. See Curacao 



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East Indies. See Netherlands Indies. 

Ecuador 14,52.66 

Edinburgh, Scotland _ 20,54 

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 6 

Egypt 15,52.66 

Eire. See Ireland. 

El Salvador 15,66 

Elobey Islands, Great and Little G2 

England 18,54,55,68 

Estonia 16 

Ethiopia 16,52 

Fayal, Azores 37,64 

Fernando de Noronha ' 64 

Fernando Po ^ ' 62 

Fiji Islands.. 22,55 

Finland 16,66 

Firenze. See Florence. 

Florence, Italy 25.56 

Florianopolis, Santa Catharina, Brazil 5,51 

Formosa. See Taiwan. 

Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada 6 

Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil __ 5,51 

Foynes, Ireland _. 25 

France 16.52,66 

Frankfort on the Main, Germany 53 

Frankfurt-am-Main. See Frankfort on the Main. 

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 7 

Freetown, Sierra Leone 21 

French Indochina 53,67 

French West Indies 18,67,80 

Funchal, Madeira 35,60 

Galapagos Islands 66, 77 

Galway, Ireland 25 

Geneva, Switzerland 40.60 

Genoa, Italy 56 

Genova. See Genoa. 

Georgetown, British Guiana 22,55 

Germany _.. .__ 18,49,53,67 

Gibraltar 20 

Glasgow, Scotland 20.54 

G lorious Islands (see Madagascar) 74 

Goa (see Portuguese India) 71 

Godthaab, Greenland 14,52 

Gold Coast, West Africa 21,55 

Golfito, Costa Rica 12 

Gonaives, Haiti 23 

Goteborg, Sweden _ _ 39,60 

Great Britain 18.5.3,68 

Greece 22.56,70 

Greenland (see under Denmark) 14, 52.66 

Grenada, British West Indies 22,50 

Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. _ 28. 57 

Guatemala 23.70 

Guatemala, Guatemala 23 

Guayaquil, Ecuador _ 15.52 

Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico 28, 57 

Guiana. See French Guiana, Surinam, and British 
Guiana. 

Ilabana, Cuba _ 12,52 

Hague (The), Netherlands 30 

Haiti-.. 23,70 



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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 7 

Haisiiigborg, Sweden 39 

Hamburg. Germany I 53 

Hamilton, Bermuda ---• - 22 

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 7 

Havre, France 52 

Honduras - 24,56,71 

Honduras, British 22 

Horta. Fayal, Azores 35,60 

Hull, England 20,54 

Hungary 24,71 

Iceland --- 24,56,71 

[ndia 18,53,71 

Undies. See Netherlands Indies and West Indies. 
Indochina. French. See French Indochina. 

Iquitos, Peru 34 

Iran-.- 24,56,72 

Iraq --- -- 25,56,72 

Ireland 25,56,72 

Ireland, Northern - . _ 18, 53, 72 

Irish Free State. See Ireland. 

Iskenderun, Turkey 41,60 

Islas de la Bahia 71 

Istanbul, Turkey - --- 41,60 

Italian Islands of the Aegean 72 

Italy.. --- 25,50,56,72 

Izmir, Turkey-- --- 41,60 

Jamaica, British West Indies - 22,56,73 

Japanese Empire 26, 57, 73 

Java, Netherlands Indies 59 

Jerusalem, Palestine 32,59 

Jidda, Saudi Arabia 36,60 

Johannesburg. Transvaal. Union of South Africa 42,61 

Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia. 

Kabul. Afghanistan - -- 1,51 

Karachi. India 21,55 

Karikal (see French India) -. 71 

Keijo (Seoul), Chosen _ 57 

Kenora, Ontario, Canada . 7 

Kenya, East Africa- -- 21, 55 

Kerguelen {see Madagascar) _ . -• 74 

Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies 22,56 

Kobe, Japan - -. 57 

Kobenhavn. See Copenhagen. 
Koln. See Cologne. 

Konigsberg, Germany 53 

Korea. See Chosen. 

Kunming, Yunnan, China -- 10,52 

Kurile Islands - - 73 

La Ceiba, Honduras -.- 24,56 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa - 21, 55 

La Guaira, Venezuela 44 

La Oroya, Peru 34 

La Paz, Baja California, Mexico 28 

La Paz, Bolivia - 3 

La Romana, Dominican Republic. 14 

Las Palmris do Gran Canaria. Canary Islands 38,60 

Latvia - - 26 

Lebanon - 26,57,74 

Leeward Islands. British West Indies 22 



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Leipzig, Germany -. ._■ 53 

L6opoldville, Belgian Congo 3,51 

Liberia - 27,74 

Liechtenstein - 27,74 

Lille, France 53 

Lima, Peru -- 33,59 

Lisboa. See Lisbon. 

Lisbon. Portugal... 35,60 

Lithuania 27 

Liverpool, England 20,54 

Livomo. See Leghorn. 

Loanda, Angola, Africa. See Luanda. 

London, England 18,54 

Lourengo Marques, Mozambique, Africa 36,60 

Luanda, Angola, Africa 36,60 

Luxembourg 27,57,74 

Luxembourg, Luxembourg... 27,57 

Lyon, France 53 

Madagascar 74 

Madeira --- 74 

Madras, India 21, 55 

Madrid, Spain 36,60 

Magallanes. See Punta Arenas. 

Mahf (.«ee French India) 71 

Malaga. Spain 38,60 

Malay States. See British Malaya 

Malmo. Sweden 39,60 

Malta.. 20 

Man, Isle of 69 

Managua, Nicaragua 31,59 

Manaos, Amazonas, Brazil 5 

Manaus. See ManSns. 

Manchester. England. 20,54 

Manila, Philippine Islands 34 

Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico .- 28 

Manzanillo, Cuba 13 

Maracaibo, Venezuela — 44,61 

Marianas Islands .- 77 

Marseille, France - 17,53 

M arshall Islands - 77 

Martinique. French West Indies 18 

Matagalpa, Nicaragua 31 

Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico 28, 57 

Mauritius . 62 

Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico 28,57 

Medan, Sumatra, Netherlands Indies 59 

Medellln, Colombia 11,52 

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 2,61 

Mfrida, Yucatan, Mexico -- 28,57 

Mesopotamia. See Iraq. 

Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico 28,58 

Mexico 27,57,74 

Mexico, D. F., Mexico 27,68 

Milan, Italy - -- S6 

Mllano. See Milan. 

Mollendo, Peru 34 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa 21, 55 

Monaco 29, / 6 

Monrovia. Liberia — 27 

Montenegro. See Yugoslavia. 

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico 28,58 

Montevideo. Uruguay 43 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada .-- 7 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 



129 



Page 

Morocco 29,59,76 

Moscow, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 42,61 

MoEambique, Africa 36,60 

Miinchen. See Munich. 

Munich, Germany 53 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 21,55 

Nantes, France.-. .-. 53 

Naples, Italy; .__- 26,50,56 

Napoli. See Naples. 

Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas 22 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil 6,51 

Nepal (see India) ..- 71 

Netherlands 30,59,76 

Netherlands Guiana. See Surinam. 

Netherlands Indies. 76 

Netherlands West Indies. -See Curagao. 

New Caledonia 76 

Newcastle-on-Tj-ne, England - 20,55 

New Delhi, India 20 

Newfoundland 22,77 

New Providence, Bahamas (see Nassau) 22 

New Zealand. 30,59,77 

Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada 7 

Nicaragua 31,59,77 

Nice. France 17,53 

Nicobar Islands 75 

Nigeria, West Africa 21,65 

Nogales, Sonora, Mexico 29,58 

Norfolk Island 67 

Northern Ireland. See Ireland, Northern. 

Norway 31,59,77 

Nossi Be (see Madagascar) 74 

Noumea, New Caledonia 18,53 

Nuevitas, Cuba 13,52 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico 29,58 

Oceania. See Australia, Netherlands Indies, New Zea- 
land, and Society Islands. 

Oporto, Portugal 35,60 

Oran. Algeria 18 

Osaka, Japan 57 

Oslo, Norway 31,59 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 6 

Pacific Islands 77 

See also Australia, Fiji Islands, Japanese Empire, 

Netherlands Indies, New Caledonia, New Zealand, 

Philippine Islands, and Society Islands. 

Palermo, Italy 26, 56 

Palestine and Trans-Jordan 32,69,78 

Panama _, 32 

Panama, Panama 32 

Para, ParS, Brazil 5,51 

Paraguay 33,78 

Paramaribo, Surinam 30, 59 

Paris, France 16,53 

Peking. See Peiping. 

Pemba (see Zanzibar under Africa) 62 

Penang, Straits Settlements 65 

Pernambuco, Pernambuco, Brazil 5,51 

Persia. See Iran. 

Perth, Western Australia 2,51 

Peru 33,59 



Page 

Pescadores Islands. _. 74 

Philippine Islands , 34 

Pico 60,63 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico 29,58 

Plymouth, England 20,55 

Poland 34,78 

Pondichfiry (see French India) 75 

Ponta Delgada, SSo Miguel, Azores 35,60 

Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada (see Fort William and 

Port Arthur).. 7 

Port-au-Prince, Haiti 23 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, Union of South Africa. 42, 61 

Port Limon, Costa Rica 12,52 

Porto. See Oporto. 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 5,51 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, British West Indies 22,56 

Port Said, Egypt 16,52 

Portugal 35,60,78 

Praha, Czechoslovakia. 13 

Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of South Africa 41 

Principe (see Africa) 66 

Puerto Armuclles, Panama . 32 

Puerto Cortes, Honduras. 24, 50 

Puerto de la Cruz, Anzoategui, Venezuela 44 

Punta Arenas, Chile 8 

Puntarenas, Costa Rica 12 

Quebec, Quebec, Canada 7 

Quepos, Costa Rica 12 

Quito, Ecuador 14,52 

Rabat, Morocco 29 

Rangoon, Burma 55 

Recife. See Pernambuco. 

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 7 

Reunion 62 

Reykjavik 24,56 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico.: ._ 29,58 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 4,51 

Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil _. 5 

Roma. See Rome. 

Rome, Italy 26,50,56 

Rotterdam, Netherlands 59 

Rumania 36, 50, 78 

Russia. See Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 

Ruthenia (see Hungary) ~ 71 

RjTikyu Islands 73 

Sagua la Grande, Cuba 13 

Saigon, French Indochina 53 

St. Helena 63 

St. John, New Brunswick, Canada 7 

St. John's, Newfoundland 22,55 

St. Michael. See Sao Miguel. 

St. Paul (see Madagascar) 74 

St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada 7 

St. Thomas Island (see S5o Tom6). 

Ste. Marie (see Madagascar) 74 

Salaverry, Peru -. 34 

Salonika, Greece 23, ."ie 

Salvador. See El Salvador. 

San Josf, Costa Rica 11,52 

San Luis Potosf, San Luis PotosI, Mexico 29,58 



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Page 

San Salvador, El Salvador 15 

San Sebastian, Spain 38,60 

Santa Maria.-. 74 

Santiago, Chile 8, 51 

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 13,52 

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. -See Ciudad 

Trujillo. 

Santos, S60 Paulo, Brazil 5,51 

Sao Luiz, Maranhao, Brazil 6 

Sao Miguel, Azores 35,60 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil 6,51 

Sfio Salvador. See Bahia. 

SSoTomf 63 

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada 7 

Saudi Arabia (see also Arabia) 36, 60 

Scotland 68 

Seoul, Chosen. See Keijo. 

Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom of the. See 

Yugoslavia. 

Seville, Spain 38,60 

Seychelles 63 

's Qravenhage. See The Hague. 
Siam. See Thailand. 

Sierra Leone, West Africa 21 

Singapore, Straits Settlements 55 

Smyrna, Turkey. See Izmir. 

Society Islands, Oceania 18,53 

Soerabaja. See Surabaya. 

Sofia, Bulgaria 49 

South Africa, Union of 41,61,80 

Southampton, England 20, 55 

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union of 42,61,80 

Spain..' 36,60,78 

Stockholm, Sweden. _ _. _.. 38,60 

Straits Settlements. (See also British Malaya 55 

Strasbourg, France 53 

Stuttgart, Germany i. 53 

Suez, Egypt 15 

Sumatra, Netherlands Indies 59 

Surabaya, Java, Netherlands Indies 59 

Surinam 30,59,78 

Suva, Fiji Islands 22,55 

Sweden. 38,60,78 

Switzerland 39,60,79 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 2,51 

Syria. 40,60,79 

Tabriz, Iran 25,56 

Tahiti, Society Islands, Oceania... 18,53 

Taihoku, Taiwan 57 

Taiwan 57 

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico 29,58 

Tananarive, Madagascar 18,53 

Tanger. See Tangier. 

Tangier, Morocco 29,69 

Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico 29 

Tasmania 63 

Tegucigalpa, Honduras 24,56 

Tehran, Iran 24,56 

Tela, Honduras 24 



Page 

Tenerife, Canary Islands . 38,60 

Terceira, Azores.. 63 

Thailand 40,79 

The Hague, Netherlands 30 

Thessalonike. See Salonika. 

Tihwa, Sinkiang, China 10 

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 29,58 

Tokyo, Japan 57 

Torino. See Turin. 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 7 

Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico 29,58 

Trans- Jordan. See Palestine and Trans-Jordan. 

Trieste, Italy 57 

Trinidad, British West Indies 22,56 

Tristan da Cunha 63 

Tunis, Tunisia 18,53 

Turin, Italy 57 

Turkey : 40,60,79 

Union of South Africa 41,61,80 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 42,61,80 

Uruguay 43,80 

Vaduz, Liechtenstein 27 

Valdivia, Chile 8 

Valencia, Spain... 38,60 

Valparaiso, Chile 9,51 

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 7 

Venezia. See Venice. 

Venezuela _.. 43,61,80 

Venice, Italy 57 

Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico 29,59 

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 7 

Victoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil 5 

Vienna, Germany 53 

Vigo, Spain.. _. 38,60 

Vitoria. See Victoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. 
Vladivostok, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 42, 61 

Wales ^. 20,54,68 

Warsaw, Poland 34 

Warszawa. See Warsaw. 

Welhngton, New Zealand ^.. 30,69 

West Indies 80 

See also Barbados, Cuba, Curagao, Dominican Re- 
public, Haiti, Kingston, Nassau, and Port-ot- 
Spain. 
Wien. See Vieima. 

Wight, Isle of 09 

Windsor, Ontario, Canada.. 7 

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 7 

Yanaon (see India) 71 

Yokohama, Japan 57 

Yugoslavia 44, 61, 81 

Yiinnanfu. See Kimmlng. 

Zagreb, Yugoslavia .- 61 

Zanzibar 63 

Zurich, Switzerland 40,60 



c 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 

(Abridged) 
APRIL 1, 1945 



In the interest of economy the '^'Foreign Service List" 
will be issued in complete form as of January 1 and 
in abridged form as of April 1, July 1, and October 1 



Note: To avqjd delay and insure prompt atten- 
tion, correspondence upon consular business should 
be addressed, for example, to — ■ 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1945 



U, H. SUPtRINltrjutNi wr M».»x~— 

JUL 23>i945rMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 2335 



CONTENTS 

Page 
Foreign Service of the United States 1 

Afghanistan, 1; Argentina, 1; Australia, 2; Belgium and Possessions, 3; Bolivia, 3; 

Brazil, 4; Bulgaria, 6; Canada, 6; Chile, 8; China, 9; Colombia, 10; Costa Rica, 

12; Cuba, 12; Czechoslovakia, 13; Denmark, 14; Dominican Republic, 14; 

Ecuador, 14; Egypt, 15; El Salvador, 15; Estonia, 16; Ethiopia, 16; Finland, 16; 

France and Possessions, 16; Germany, 19; Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 

and India, 19; Greece, 23; Guatemala, 24; Haiti, 25; Honduras, 25; Hungary, 26 ; 

Iceland, 26; Iran, 26; Iraq, 27; Ireland, 27; Italy, 27; Japanese Empire, 28; 

Latvia, 29; Lebanon, 29; Liberia, 29; Liechtenstein, 29; Lithuania, 29; 

Luxembourg, 29; Mexico, 30; Morocco, 32; Netherlands and Possessions, 33; 

New Zealand, 33; Nicaragua, 34; Norway, 34; Palestine and Trans-Jordan, 

35; Panama, 35; Paraguay, 36; Peru, 36; Philippine Islands, 37; Poland, 38; 

Portugal and Possessions, 38; Rumania, 40; Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of, 40; 

Spain, 40; Sweden, 42; Switzerland, 43; Syria, 44; Thailand, 44; Turkey, 44; 

Union of South Africa, 45; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 46; Uruguay, 

47; Venezuela, 48; Yugoslavia, 49. 

Officers assigned to the Department •_ 50 

Officers on special and temporary detail 52 

Officers on detail as inspectors 53 

Officers on leave or assigned to posts being reestablished 53 

Special offices 54 

Index of Persons 57 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

(T) — Temporary specialists appointed for the emergency. These appointees are arranged 
according to salary; where salary is the same, according to the date of assignment: 
and where date of assignment is the same, alphabetically. 

(C) —Consulate (M) — Mission 

(CA) — Consular agency (MA) — Office of military attache 

(CG) — Consulate general (MD) — Office of maritime delegate 

(E) — Embassy (NA) — Office of naval attach^ 

(L) — Legation (VC) • — Vice consulate 

X indicates that 1he date given does not show the total length of continuous service of the officer 
at the post. For this information regarding an officer in the Foreign Service, his biography 
in the Biographic Register of the Department of State should be consulted. 

Please report any omission or error found in this List to the 
DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



AFGHANISTAN 

Kabul (L) 



(MA). 
(T)_.. 



ARGENTINA 

Buenos Aires (E) 



(MA & NA). 



Name and rank 



Ely E. Palmer, appointed envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. 
Elbert G. Mathews, second secretary; vice consul 
Rollie H. Wtiite, Jr., vice consul 



Maj. Ernest F. Fox, military attache.. 
David L. Gilsinn, attach^; vice consul. 



, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Edward L. Reed, counselor of embassy 

Paul O. Nyhus, agricultural attache 

David C. Berger, consul general; first secretary.. 

Gerald Warner, second secretary 

Edward P. MafTitt, second secretary 

Hiram Bingham, Jr., second secretary; consul.. . 
Aubrey E. Lippincott, second secretary; consul. 
Herbert V. Olds, second secretary; vice consul... 

David M. Clark, second secretary 

Leslie W. Johnson, third secretary; consul 

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

Richard H. Post, third secretary; vice consul 

Arthur J. Romero, vice consul 

Colin C. Woodfall, vice consul 

Sheldon W. Parks, vice consul 

Howard K. Rutherford, vice consul 

William B. Helme, vice consul... 

V. Walser Prospere, vice consul 

Arthur F. Carey, vice consul 

Harold F. Swenson, vice consul 

Walter W. Hanes, vice consul 

Charles F. Hemphill, Jr., vice consul... 

Lawrence L. Arnold, vice consul 

Raford W. Herbert, vice consul. 



Brig. Gen. John W. Lang, military attach^ and 

military attache for air. 
Capt. Walter W. Webb, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Col. Sherlock Davis, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Joseph C. King, asst. military attache... 
Maj. Donald F. Gibbons, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Charles H. Lee, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Judson B. Robinson, asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Rhode Island. 



California 

Dist. Columbia. 



War Dept. 
Virginia 



Peimsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 

Missouri 

Connecticut 

Arizona 

Massachusetts. . . 

Peimsylvania 

Minnesota 

California 

Ohio 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Vermont 

Oregon. 

Texas 

Illinois 

Mississippi 

Ohio 

New York 

Ohio 

Texas 

Illinois 



War Dept... 

Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Feb. 9, 1945 

Dec. 14,1943 
June 6, 1944 



Jan. 
Oct. 



11, 1944 
11, 1944 



Oct. 

July 
tJan. 

Nov. 
tAug. 
tNov. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

May 
tMay 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Dec. 

June 

Sept 



27. 1941 
28, 1934 

8, 1944 

2. 1942 

13. 1942 

19. 1943 

28. 1944 

4. 1941 
2, 1944 

29, 1944 

18. 1943 

3. 1943 

29. 1944 
21, 1941 
15, 1944 

5,1942 

5. 1942 

8. 1943 
9, 1943 
3, 1943 

24, 1943 

1. 1943 

22. 1943 

3. 1944 

11. 1944 



Apr. 14,1941 
Sept. 16. 1943 



Jan. 


6. 1942 


July 


3, 1943 


Mar. 


8, 1943 


Oct. 


14, 1943 


Feb. 


2, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


ARGENTINA— Continued 

Buenos Aires (E)— Con. 

(MA&NA)— Con 

(T) 


Lt. Comdr. Agesilaus W. Walker, Jr., asst. naval 
attache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Archie W. Green, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Charles A. Windham, special assistant 

John F Griffiths, special assistant.. 


Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

California 

California 

New York. 

Kansas 

Ohio 


Aug. 16,1943 
Oct. 16,1943 

Feb. 28,1944 
tMay 11, 1944 
Sept. 3, 1941 
Jan. 15,1942 
tJuly 1, 1943 
Jan. 14,1944 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Jan. 14,1944 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Dec. 27,1941 
Dec. 28,1943 
Dec. 21,1943 

Feb. 11,1941 

tDec. 3. 1943 
Mar. 21, 1942 
July 15,1944 

-4pr. 6, 1942 

Oct. 13,1944 

tJan. 22,1944 

Aug. 1, 1942 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Dec. 7, 1943 

Jan. 3, 1945 
July 10,1936 
Dec. 19,1942 
Mar. 8,1943 
{Sept. 24, 1929 
Feb. 24.1945 
Mar. 17, 1945 
July 1, 1941 
July 5, 1941 
Feb. 5, 1945 
Dec. 30,1940 
Sept. 2,1943 
Oct. 27,1938 
Nov. 3, 1944 
Feb. 21,1945 
Fob. 1, 1945 

Aug. 12,1944 











James MacGregor Byrne, special assistant 

Connie R. Herron, senior economic analyst 

Charles F. Merkel, senior economic analyst 

Daniel V Ryan, special assistant 






California 






Grant McDougall, economic analyst. 






Paul J. Wallin, economic analyst 


California 

New York 

Michigan 

Indiana . 






Francis K. Jovin, economic analyst 

Chandler Lawrence Daniels, economic analyst.. . 
Richard F. Lankenau, junior economic analyst _. 






West Virginia 

Arkansas 






Miss Marie Elizabeth Richardson, junior eco- 
nomic analyst. 

Nelson T. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
John R. Minter, counselor of legation 




AUSTRALIA 

• 

Canberra, Australian Capital 
Territory (L). 


Oklahoma 

South Carolina... 

Tennessee 

South Carolina. .- 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Illinois ... 


$10. m 

7,20( 




Lacey C. Zapf, commercial attache.. 


8,90( 






4, 30( 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Karl Ferguson Baldwin, military attache... 

Col. Ralph L. Michaelis, military air attache 

Comdr. Malcolm Mackenzie, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Earl C. Stewart, asst. military attache... 

Maj. Dalton Hayes, asst. military attache 

Lt. (jg) Nicholas D. Olivier, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 




Adelaide, SouthAustralia(C). 
Brisbane, Queensland (C).... 


5, 10( 




Dist. Columbia.. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Massachusetts... 

Pennsylvania 

West Virginia 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 

Dist. Columbia.. 

South Dakota 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Colorado 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Texas 


4,50( 




3,60( 


Melbourne, Victoria (C) 




8, 60( 












(T) 


Thomas S. Strong, senior economic analyst 

Mason Turner, consul - 

Charles H Derry, consul 




Perth, Western Australia (C). 
Sydney, New South Wales 
(CO). 


4,80( 
6,00( 




4. 50( 


Richard H Hawkins, Jr , vice consul . . 


3,50C 






3,50C 








(T) 


Robert C. Arnold, 2 vice consul 

I>lwellyn Vernon Toyne, agricultural ofiBcer 

Miss Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, economic 

analyst. 
Robert H. Hartley, vice consul 









I Temporarily, 

* Resident in Canberrai 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIGNS 



(Belgium) 



Brussels (Bruxelles) (E). 



(MA). 



(T). 



Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CG). 



(T). 



(Africa) 

LSopoldville, Belgian Congo 
(CO). 



(T). 



BOLIVIA 



La Paz (E)^ 




Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Julian F. Harrington, counselor of embassy 

Leigh W. Hunt, commercial attach^ 

George P. Waller, ^ first secretary; consul,. 

Ernest de W. Mayer, second secretary 

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

Robert M. Winfree, vice consul.. 

Clay H. Henderson, vice consul 

Col. William M. Dunn,^ military attache 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy, ^ military air attach^.. 
Maj. Robert L. Grosjean, ^ asst. military attache 

Raymond C. Miller, adviser on economic affairs. 

Howard B. Railey, ^ civil air attachS 

Eskel V. Anderson, senior economic analyst 

Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural economist 

Ezra Clark Stillman, cultural-relations attache. . 

James W. Swihart, economic analyst 

Robert Smith Simpson, attache 

Robert E . Read , junior economic analyst 

Jame."! Hugh Keeley, Jr., consul general 

George Gregg Fuller, consul 

Stephen E. C. Kendrick, consul 

Edward .4nderson, consul. 

Theodore J. Hadraba, vice consul 

J. Kittredge Vinson, vice consul 

Scott Lyon, vice consul 

Egbert Giles Leigh, senior economic analyst.-.-.. 
Claude E. Hobbs, Jr., economic analyst 

J. Webb Benton, consul general 

Robert L. Buell, consul general 

Don V. Catlett, vice consul 

Edwin AV. Martin, vice consul 

Charles D. Withers, economic analyst 



Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., second secretary (vice con- 
sul). 

Jack B. Neathery, commercial attache 

Bromley K. Smith, third secretary (vice consul). . 

Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary (vice consul) .. 

Juan de Zengotita, third secretary (vice consul) . . 

William S. Rosenberg, third secretary (vice con- 
sul). 

Howard Brandon, third secretary (vice consul)... 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Ohio 

Massachusetts.. - 
Dist. Columbia.. 

Alabama 

New York 

Maryland 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Arkansas 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Indiana 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

New York 

New Jersey 

Virginia 

Dist. Columbia. - 

California 

California 

Rhode Island 

Florida 

Nebraska 

Texas 

Ohio 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Missouri 

Ohio. 

South Carolina... 



Arizona 

New York . . . 

Texas 

California 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 
New York 

Georgia 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 21, 1944 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
tDec. 



Feb. 1 
Jan. 31 
Jan. 31 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Feb. 

JDec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1944 

1945 
1945 
1945 

1944 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1945 
1945 

1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1944 
1944 



Apr. 26,1944 
Jan. 24,1945 
Feb. 23,1945 
Mar. 21, 1944 
Sept. 2,1943 



Sept. 21,1944 



Nov. 14, 1944 



Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
May 



8, 1944 
26, 1941 

4, 1944 
24, 1943 
15, 1943 



Oct. 25,1943 



' Accredited also to Luxembourg. 

2 Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

' Assigned to and resident in Paris; accredited also to Bern and Luxembourg. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



BOUVIA— Continued 

La Paz (E)— Continued. 
(MA) 



(C). 



(T) - — — 

Cochabamba (C),.. 
BRAZIL 

Eio de Janeiro (E) . 



(MA&NA). 



Name and rank 



Col. Lawrence C. Mitchell, military attach? 

Lt. Col. Murl Estes, military air attache 

Capt. Frank Lener Keller, asst. military attache. 
1st Lt. Robert A. Peterson, asst. military attache. 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., vice consul (second secre- 
tary) . 

Bromley K. Smith, vice consul (third secretary).. 

Wallace W. Stuart, vice consul (third secretary).. 

Juan de Zengotita, vice consul (third secretary)... 

William S. Rosenberg, vice consul (third 
secretary). 

Howard Brandon, vice consul (third secretary)... 

Alvln E. Bandy, vice consul 

Olaf Francis Sundt,i petroleum attache. 

Charles S. Macaulay, senior economic analyst. . 
Dudley G. Singer, senior economic analyst 

Douglas Henderson, vice consul. 



AdoU A. Berle, Jr., ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Paul C. Daniels, counselor of embassy 

Hiram A. Boucher, first secretary; consul 

Archie W. Childs, asst. commercial attache 

Leo J. Callanan, first secretary; consul _ 

Vinton Chapin, first secretary; consul 

Walter P. McConaughy, second secretary; consul. 
Edward D. McLaughlin, second secretary; consul. 
Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul.. 

John H. Burns, third secretary; vice consul 

Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul 

Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul 



Brig. Gen. Hayes A. Kroner, military attache 

Col. Ben W. Barclay, military air attache. 

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

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Andrew P. Fuller, asst. military attache. 

Maj. George F. Borton, asst. military attache 

Maj. Horace C. Peterson, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Gene B. Starkloff, asst. military attache 

Capt. Clarence J. Alameda, asst. military attache. 
Capt. William H. Eckes, asst. military attache... 
Capt. Samuel J. Skousen, asst. military air attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Walter F. McLallen, Jr., asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Howard A. White, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Angus C. Littlejohn, Jr., asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 

' Assigned also to Santiago, Quito, and Lima; resident in Lima. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



WarDept 

War Dept- 

WarDept 

WarDept 

New York 

California 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania.. 
New York 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Illinois... 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts. 



New York 

New York 

Minnesota 

Ohio. 

Massachusetts... 

Massachusetts 

Alabama . 

Arkansas... 

Rhode Island 

Oklahoma 

New York 

New Jersey 

WarDept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

WarDept 

WarDept... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 



Date of as- 
signment 



Nov. 24, 1944 
Aug. 12,1944 
Sept. 29, 1944 
Mar. 16, 1945 

Nov. 14, 1944 

Dec. 26,1941 
Nov. 4,1944 
Aug. 24, 1943 
May 15, 1943 

Oct. 25,1943 
Sept. 16, 1942 

June 21,1944 
Oct. 28,1944 
July 21,1943 

Nov. 20, 1943 



Jan. 18, 1945 



Feb. 1, 
Mar. 24, 
May 28, 
May 25, 
May 3, 
Dec. 8, 
Jan. 30, 
July 30, 
Sept. 6, 
tOct. 28, 
tApr. 8, 



1945 
1945 
1935 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1925 
1844 



Jan. 15, 1944 
Apr. 24,1944 
Feb. 28,1945 



Sept. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

July 

Feb. 



30. 1943 

13. 1944 

30. 1943 

28. 1945 

18. 1944 
18, 1944 
26, 1944 

3, 1943 



May 13,1944 
Aug. 18,1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 




Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



BRAZIL — Continued 

Rio de Janeiro (E) Con. 
(T) 



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



Bello Horizonte, Minas Ge- 
raes (C). 

Fortaleza, CearS (C) 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte (C). 

(T) 

Parft (Bel§m), Par& (C)_ 



Mangos, Amazonas (VC). 

(T) 

S5o Luiz, MaranhSo (GA) 
Pernambuco (Recife), Per- 
nambuco (C). 
(T) 



William A. Wieland, special assistant 

Guy Louis Bush, agricultural attache 

Walter Hinckley Bradley, special assistant 

Emerson I. Brown, minerals attache 

Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attach^ 

David S. Green, senior economic analyst 

Fred T. Wagner, special assistant 

Roscoe Freeman Patterson, special assistant 

William Rex Crawford, cultural-relations attachg 
Carleton Sprague Smith, cultural-relations officer. 

Meade T. Foster, asst. agricultural attach^ 

Kenneth M. Davidson, senior economic analyst.. 

Rudolph E. Zetterstrand, economic analyst 

John P. Curtis, senior economic analyst 

Edward J. Rowell, attach^ 

Kenneth Wernimont, agricultural commissioner. 
Alexander N. D. Marehant, publications officer.. 

Nestor C. Ortiz, junior economic analyst 

Alfred J. Henney, economic analyst... 

Harvey R. Wellman, economic analyst 

L. Peirce Brady, economic analyst . . 

Mrs. Aldene Barrington Leslie, economic analyst. 
Herbert W. D. Mayers, junior economic analyst. 

Sheldon B. Vance, junior economic analyst 

Richard A,. Godfrey, junior economic analyst 

Peter J. Raineri, vice consul 

Charles Edward Eaton, vice consul 



V. Harwood Blocker, vice consul. 
F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul. 



I>arry Barnette, economic analyst 

Miss Julia Louise Wooster, vice consul. 

Chester Dennis, vice consul. 

Jay Walker, consul. 



Walter W. Hoffmann, consul 

Robert Jakes, 3d, vice consul 

Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul... 

Randolph A. Kidder, consul 

Harry F. Pfeiffer, Jr., vice consul 
Forrest N. Daggett, vice consul... 

Robert Black, vice consul 

Wiley T. Clay, consular agent 

Donald W. Lamm, vice consul 



Bentley B. MacKay, agricultural adviser. 

J.Thomas Rae, vice consul 

Ralph A . Schweitzer, vice consul 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice consul 



New York 

Colorado 

Massachusetts. 
Ohio 

California 

Coimecticut 

New York . 

Vermont 

Pennsylvania.. 

Maryland 

Idaho 

West Virginia.. 

Texas.. 

California 

Nebraska... .. 
Dist. Columbia 

California 

Ohio 

New York 

Utah 

Montana 

Virginia 

Massachusetts. 

Kentucky 

New York 

Missouri. 

Texas 

Pennsylvania. . 

Illinois . 

Connecticut 

Arizona 

Dist. Columbia 

California 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Massachusetts. 

Maryland. 

California 

Ohio.- 

North Carolina 
Dist. Columbia 

Louisiana 

Minnesota 

New York 

Pennsylvania.. 



June 
July 
May 
May 
Feb. 
Mar. 
July 
May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
tOct. 
June 
Feb. 
July 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Aug. 



{Mar. 22, 

Mar. 20, 

Nov. 20, 
June 17, 
Oct. 17, 
Sept. 4, 



tSept. 

Oct. 

Mar. 
tSept. 

Mar. 

June 

Aug. 

July 

Dec. 



Aug. 30, 
Dec. 31 
Mar. 2, 
Oct. 4, 



1941 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1943 
1945 
1944 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1941 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1944 
1942 

1945 

1945 

1942 
1944 
1944 
1943 

1943 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1940 
1942 

1944 
1942 
1945 
1941 



$3, 400 



4,300 



4,200 
4,100 

3,600 
2,800 

3, 500 



' Assigned also to Asuncion and Montevideo; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



BRAZIL — Continued 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do 
Sul (C). 
(T) 



Rio Grande, Rio Grande 
do Sul (CA). 

Santos, Sao Paulo (C) 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo (CG)_. 



(T). 



Curitita, Parana fV'C) (T). 



BULGARIA 



Sofia (Sofiya) (M). 
(T)__ 



CANADA 

Ottawa, Ontario (E). 



(MA & NA). 



Reginald S. Castleman, consul 

Roy Nash, senior cultural-relations officer 

Joseph I. Dougherty, agricultural analyst 

Burwell Keith Shepherd, vice consul 

Eugene C. Pfiflner, consular agent. 

Arthur G. Parsloe, vice consul 

Cecil M. P. Cross, consul general 

DuWayne G. Clark, consul 

Frederic C. Fornes, Jr., consul 

Wales W. Signer, consul. 

Leland C. Altafler, vice consul 

Geoige T. Colman, senior economic analyst 

Leon C. Heilbronner, senior economic analyst ... 

Ross E. Hoverter, senior economic analyst 

Henry W. Spielman, junior agricultural economist 

Robert AVilliam Dean, economic analyst 

William Preston Rambo, vice consul 

Jesse Milton Orme, vice consul 

Maynard B. Barnes, Foreign Service officer 

Milton C. Rewinkel, secretary 

Robert C. Strong, Foreign Service officer 

Cyril E. Black, attache 



Ray Atherton.i ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Lewis Clark, counselor of embassy; consul general. 
Henry M. Bankhead, counselor of embassy for 

economic affairs. 

Clifford C. Taylor, agricultural attach^ 

Homer S. Fox, commercial attache 

Oliver B. North, asst. commercial attache 

Robert English, second secretary; consul 

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

Miss Katherine E. O'Connor, second secretary; 

vice consul. 

William Belton, third secretary; vice consul 

George C. Minor, vice consul 

Russell B. Jordan, vice consul 

Girvan Teall, vice consul 



Col. Francis J. Graling, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Jay P. Thomas, military air attache 

Capt. Glenn F. Howell, naval attache and naval 

attach^ for air. 

Maj. Walter A. Wood, asst. military attach^ 

Maj. Harry C. Archer, asst. military air attach^.- 
Maj. William P. Hastings, asst. military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Jack K. McFall, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Jason Paige, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



California 

California 

Ohio 

Kentucky 

Illinois. 

Georgia 

Rhode Island... 

California 

New York. 

Michigan 

Ohio. 

Wisconsin... ... 

New York 

Pennsylvania... 

Oklahoma 

Illinois 

Florida 

Idaho 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Florida.- 

•Colorado 

Michigan 

Connecticut 

New Hampshire 

Oregon 

Indiana. 

Oregon... 

West Virginia.. - 

Wyoming. 

New York . 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

Wai- Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 



Sept. 4,1943 

July 13,1943 
Aug. 26,1944 
Feb. 15,1945 
Dec. 1, 1942 



tJune 

Mar. 

May 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Dec. 
+Apr. 

Mar. 
tJime 

Feb. 
tJuly 

Mar. 

Sept. 



7, 1923 

21. 1941 
2, 1944 

22. 1942 

28. 1943 
7, 1943 

14, 1943 
17, 1943 

1. 1943 
10, 1942 

1. 1944 
29, 1945 

5, 1941 



Oct. 24,1944 
Nov. 22, 1944 
Oct. 23,1944 
Nov. 1, 1944 



tNov. 18, 1943 

IDec. 29,1944 
tJan. 20,1945 

Sept. 30, 1939 
Dec. 4, 1944 
Nov. 16, 1928 
May 17, 1944 
May 25, 1944 
JDec. 29,1939 

Sept. 28, 1944 

tFeb. 23,1940 

Oct. 9, 1933 

Oct. 20,1944 

Feb. 18,1943 
Aug. 12,1944 
Jan. 2, 1943 

Dec. 13,1944 
Feb. 9, 1943 
May 17,1944 

May 8, 1944 

Dec. 4, 1944 



Accredited also to Denmark. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



CANADA — Continued 

Ottawa, Ontario (E)— Con. 
(T) 

Calgary, Albeita (C).. 

Edmonton, Alberta (C) 

Fort William and Port 

Arthur, Ontario (C). 
Halifax, Nova Scotia (CO)... 



Frederlcton, New Bruns- 
wick (VC). 
HamUton, Ontario (C) 



Montreal, Quebec (CO). 



(T). 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C)... 

Quebec, Quebec (C)... 

Regina, Saskatchewan (.C).-. 

St. John, New Brunswick 

(C). 
St. Stephen, New Brunswick 

(C). 

Sarnia, Ontario (C) 

Toronto, Ontario (CO) 



Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia (CG). 



Victoria, British Columbia 
(C). 



Paul H. Norgren, attache 

George S. Roper, civil air attache - 

Charles W. Allen, vice consul 

Robert B. Streeper, consul..- 

Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul 

Harvey T. Goodier, consul ,.. 



Edwin Carl Kemp, consul general- 
Howard F. Withey, consul.. 

Edwin N. Ounsaulus, vice consul- 
Charles H. Taliafeiro, vice consul- 
Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul. 



Clay Merrell, vice consul 

Edward J. Lawler, vice consul 

North Winship, consul general.. -. 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Laurence W. Taylor, consul 

Coldwell S. Johnston, consul 

Charles O. Thompson, vice consul. 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul 

Byron White, vice consul 

James E. Callahan, vice consul 

John R. Barry, vice consul 

Stephen B. Vaughan, vice consul... 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul. 

James M. Macfarland, vice consul . 

Thomas J. Griffin, vice consul 

George M. Graves, consul 

William H. Brown, vice consul 

Bertel E. Kuniholm, consul 

Adam Beaumont, vice consul 

Walter S. Reineck, consul..- _ 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul — 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Paul C. Belts, vice consul 

George L. Brist, vice consul.. 



Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Curtis T. Everett, consul... 

Easton T. Kelscy, vice consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul.. 

Henry T. Dwyer, vice consul. 

George L. Tolman, vice consul '.- 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul... 

Robert William Harding, vice consul. 

Thomas L. Hughes, consul general 

Ralph A. Boemstein, consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul _. • 

Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 

Walter M. Walsh, vice consul 

Troy L. Perkins, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 



Virginia— 

Wyoming 

Ohio 

Dist. Columbia- 
New York 



Florida 

Michigan... 
Minnesota. . 

Virginia 

New Jersey. 



Michigan 

Massachusetts. - 

Tennessee 

Michigan 

New York _ 

Indiana... 

Rhode Island... 

Colorado 

North Carolina. 

New York . 

Dist. Columbia. 
Dist. Columbia- 
North Carolina - 

New York 

South Carolina.. 

Colorado.- 

Kentucky 

Wisconsin-r 



Dec. 28, 
Feb. 13, 
Sept. 29, 
May 19 
Sept. a 
Feb. 15, 

Apr. 8, 
May 31 
Oct. 7 
July 22, 
Sept. 19, 



Oklahoma 

California 

Georgia --. 

Vermont 

California 

Nevada 

Alaska.-- 

Michigan 

North Carolina. - 

Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey 

New Hampshire . 

Ohio.... 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts 

Vermont 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts.-- 
AlassachusettS-.. 

Ohio 

Connecticut. 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 



May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 
truly 

Mar. 

Dec. 

June 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

Aug. 
tDec. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Nov. 
tNov. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Dec. 
{May 

Aug. 

Sept. 
tMay 
tJune 
tFeb. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Sept. 



641074 — 45- 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



CANADA — Continued 



^\'indsor, Ontario (C) 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CQ)- 

Kenora, Ontario (CA).. 
CHILE 
Santiago (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



George K. Donald, consul general 

Bernard Gotlieb, consul .. 

Charles B. Stephan, vice consul.. 
Charles C. Sundell, vice consul... 
Walter H. McKinney,' consul ... 

Bernard F. Heiler, vice consul 

Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 



Claude G. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Hugh Millard, counselor of embassy. 

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

Clarence C. Brooks, first secretary 

George D. Andrews, .second secretary; consul 

Norris S. Haselton, second secretary; vice consul. 

Miss Minedee McLean, third secretary; vice 
consul. 

Julian L. Nugent, Jr., third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

Harry Clinton Reed, third secretary; vice consul. 

Camden L. McLain, vice consul 

Joseph E. Maldonado, vice consul 



Brig. Gen. Milton A. Hill, military attachg 

Col. Daniel F. Ellis, military air attachg. . 

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

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Harry L. Smith, asst. military attach^.. 
Maj. Douglas Gorman, Jr., asst. military attach^. 
Capt. William C. Wright, asst. military air 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert H. Barnum, asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Harry G. Bethune, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Philip W. Thayer, cultural-relations attache 

Leonard H. Price, senior economic analyst 

Olaf Francis Sundt,^ petroleum attache 

Earl C. Hollingsworth, senior economic analyst. . 

Paul Lynn Guest, agricultural adviser 

Tibo J. Chavez, senior economic analyst 

Daniel L. Horowitz, attache 

Gardner E. Palmer, senior economic analyst 

John B. Dorsh, minerals attache 

Biddle H. Garrison, special assistant 

R. F. Schneider, economic analyst 

Robert W. Weise, Jr., vice consul 

Robert J. Dorr, vice consul.. 

Philip R. Wade, vice consul... 

G. Alonzo Stanford, cultural-relations assistant... 
Frederick Joseph Brule, junior economic analyst 
James Denis McLaughlin, junior economic 

analyst. 
John B. Vanderburgh, junior economic analyst.. 
Miss Virginia Elizabeth Phillips, junior economic 
analyst. 

• Consul general Mar. 14, 1945. 

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



Alabama Dec. 23,1940 

Sept. 9,1944 
Jan. 2, 1944 
Dee. 10, 1940 
Dec. 11,1944 
June 11,1938 
Feb. 5, 1918 



New York 

New York 

Minnesota 

Michigan 

Massachusetts... 
Canada 



New York. 



Nebraska 

Texas 

New Jersey. 
Tennessee... 
New Jersey. 
Louisiana... 



New Mexico. 



Ohio 

Virginia. 
Arizona. 



WarDept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
W^ar Dept... 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 



Dist. Columbia. _ 

Maryland 

Texas 

Texas 

Texas 

New Mexico.. 

New York 

Michigan 

Alaska 

New Jersey 

California 

Minnesota 

California 

Oklahoma 

Michigan 

Montana 

Massachusetts 



California. 
Virginia... 



June 22,1939 

July 6, 1944 
Nov. 8,1943 

tNov. 14, 1941 
Apr. 13,1942 
Aug. 19,1943 

tDec. 29,1939 

Feb. 10,1945 

Mar. 28, 1C45 
Feb. 24,1931 
:Oct. 9, 1943 

Nov. 2,1944 
Dec. 18,1942 
Nov. 6, 1944 

July 1, 1944 
Aug. 25, 1942 
May 31, 1944 

Feb. 3, 1942 

Oct. 4, 1944 



tSept. 

Aug. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 
tOct. 

Dec. 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

June 
tJime 
tNov. 

Apr. 

Mar. 



7, 1944 
17, 1942 
21,1944 

29. 1942 
10. 1944 

29. 1943 

16. 1944 
7, 1943 

15, 1944 
4, 1943 

9. 1943 
9, 1941 

12, 1944 
24, 1944 

9. 1944 
8, 1943 

25, 1944 



tFeb. 17,1944 
Nov. 17, 1943 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


CHILE — Continued 










Santiago (E)— Continued. 










Ariea (VC) 


William B. Snidow, Jr., vice consul _ 


Virginia. 


Nov. 30, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 




Concepcion (VC) 

Punta Arenas (Maga- 
llanes) (VC). 




Utah 






Coimecticut 


Mar. 5,1943 
















Texas 


Nov. 23, 1944 


$4, 800 


(T) 


Edgar S. Ehlers, vice consul - . 


Missouri 


Sept. 1,1944 
July 6, 1944 








Virginia 


5,200 






Maryland 


Sept. 16, 1941 






Henry A . Hoy t, vice consul 


California... . . 


Oct. 29, 1943 




(T) 


John B. Brady, vice consul 


Dist. Columbia.. 

PpTinsylvnnia 


Apr. 12,1944 
tOct. 1, 1934 




Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 














CHINA 










Chungking (E). 


Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, ambassador extra- 


New Mexico 


Nov. 30, 1944 


17, 500 




ordinary and plenipotentiary. 










George Atcheson, Jr., counselor of embassy 


California 


Dec. 4, 1942 


8,000 




Robert Lacy Smyth, counselor of embassy 


California 


Jan. 25,1945 


8,000 






Illinois 


Nov. 27, 1944 


7,200 






New York 


tFeb. 17,1945 


6,200 








Nov. 8, 1943 


5,000 




Harry E. Stevens,' second secretary; consul 


California 


July 8, 1943 


5,000 




Harvey Lee Milboume, second secretary; consul. 


West Virginia 


Nov. 3,1943 


4,800 






Nebraska 


Jan. 1, 1943 


4,700 






Ohio 


tFeb. 5, 1943 


4,500 




John K. Emmerson, second secretary 


Colorado 


Aug. 10,1943 


4,500 




Raymond P. Ludden,' second secretary 


M assachusetts 


Aug. 10, 1943 


4,500 




Ralph J. Blake, second secretary; consul 


Oregon 


Feb. 10,1945 


4,500 




Edward E. Rice,< second secretary; consul 


Wisconsin 


tFeb. 5, 1943 


4,100 




Charles S. Millet, second secretary 


New Hampshire 


tApr. 15, 1944 


4,000 




Philip D. Sprouse, second secretary; consul 


Tennessee 


tMay 1,1944 


4,000 




Jay Dixon Edwards, second secretary; vice consul . 


Oregon 


Feb. 12,1945 


4,000 




Fulton Freeman, third secretary 


California 


Jan. 12,1943 


3,600 




Hungerford B. Howard, third secretary; vice 


California 


Jan. 12,1943 


3,600 




consul. gg 










James L. O'Sullivan, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Connecticut 


Feb. 10,1945 


3,100 




Archibald A. McFadyen, Jr., vice consul 




tMay 1, 1944 




(MA & NA) .- 


Col. Carlisle C. Dusenburg, military attach^ 

Capt. Henry T. Jarrell, naval attach^ and naval 


WarDept 

Navy Dept 


Feb. 19, 1945 






May 3,1944 






attache for air. 










Maj. Roy Perrin McXair, Jr., asst. military 


WarDept 


June 22, 1942 






attache. 










Maj. Alexander W. Farmer, asst. military attach6__ 


WarDept 


Aug. 31, 1943 






Maj. David D. Dean, asst. military attache 


WarDept 


July 1, 1944 






Maj. Lucius R. Holbrook, Jr., asst. military air 


WarDept 


Aug. 12,1944 






attache. 










Lt. Comdr. Frank H. Herrington, asst. naval 


Navj' Dept 


Jan. 6, 1943 






attache. 










Lt. Comdr. Phillips Talbot, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Sept. 14, 1943 






and asst. naval attache for air. 









1 Temporarily at Lanchow. 

2 Assigned also to Kunming; resident in Chungking. 

• Assigned also to and resident in Kunming. 

* Temporarily at Sian. 



10 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



'Assigned also to Chungking; resident in Kunming. 

2 Assigned also to and resident in Chungking. 

3 Resident in Chungking. 

* Temporary. Functions under the general supervision of the Embassy at Chungking. 
« Temporarily at Buenaventura. 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


CHINA— Continued 












Chungking (E)— Continued 












(MA & NA)— Con 


Lt. Arthur J. Campbell, asst. naval attachfi and 
asst. naval attache for air. 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 


7, 1943 






Lt. William R. Cooper, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


May 17, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 












Lt. Harold W. Jaeobson, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Feb. 


12, 1945 






a.sst. naval attache for air. 












Lt. William Moser, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept _ 


Feb. 


12, 1945 






asst. naval attache for air. 












Lt. John B. MeCleary, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Feb. 


24, 1945 






and asst. naval attache for air. 












Lt. (jg) Houghton Freeman, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


July 


23, 1943 






and asst. naval attache for air. 












Lt. (jg) Edvt^ard A. La Croix, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 


19, 1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










(T) 


Ellis 0. Briggs, economic counselor 




Feb. 

Sept. 


15, 1945 
8, 1944 






John D. Sumner, adviser on economic affairs 


New York 






Melville H. Walker, asst. commercial attache 


Maryland 


Mar. 


19, 1945 






Knight BiggerstafE, attache . 






13 1945 






Mrs. Wilma C. Fairbank, cultural-relations of- 


Massachusetts... 


Mar. 


18, 1945 






ficer. 












Hubert Maness, asst. agricultural economist 


Oklahoma 


Feb. 


28, 1945 






Robert B. Moody, vice consul 


California 


Feb. 


23, 1945 




Kunming (Yunnanfu), Yun- 


William R. Langdon, consul general 


Massachusetts... 


June 


10, 1943 


$8, 000 


nan (CG). 


Raymond P. Ludden,' consul ... _.. 


Massachusetts 


JNov. 


6, 1942 


4,500 




John S. Service, 2 consul. 


Ohio. 


July 


14, 1943 
25, 1943 


4 500 




Richard M. Service,^ vice consul . 


California. 






Fong Chuck, vice consul 


Hawaii 


Feb. 
July 
Oct. 


10, 1944 
11 1944 






Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul 


Colorado 




Tihwa, Sinkiang (C)4 


Robert S. Ward, consul 


Ohio 


10, 1944 


5 000 


Consular offices in Japanese- 








occupied areas of China 












closed. 












COLOMBIA 












Bogota (E) 


John C. Wiley, ambassador e.xtraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 




Sept. 


21, 1944 


17, 500 








John M. Cabot, counselor of embassy 


Massachusetts... 


Jan. 


31,1945 


6. 200 




William E. Dunn, counselor of embassy for eco- 


Texas 


Oct. 


4, 1943 


8,900 




nomic alTairs. 












Gerald A. Mokma, second secretary; consul. 


Iowa 


Feb. 


15, 1944 


4,700 




James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul. 


Connecticut 


May 16, 1942 


2,800 




Alvin M. Bentley, third secretary; vice consul... 


Michigan 


Dec. 


2, 1944 


2,800 




Thomas C. Smith, vice consul 

George T. Lister, = vice consul 


Texas 


Oct. 
JMar. 


10, 1944 
7, 1944 






New York.. 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



11 




COLOM BI A— Continued 



Bogotd (E)— Continued 
(MA&NA)... 



(T). 



Barranqui'.la (C). 



(T). 



Bucaramanga (C)_ 
Call (C) 



(T). 



Buenaventura (VC). 
Cartagena (C) (T) 



Medellin (C). 



Col. John A. Weeks, military attache 

Lt. Col. Donald F. Lehnhard, military air attache 
Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Edwin McKee, asst. military attach^ 

Maj. Archer B. Hannah, asst. military attache... 
Capt. James R. Fitzpatrick, asst. military attache 
Maj. Justin C. Tobias, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Comdr. Gerald C. Gross, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert Breckinridge, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Horace V. Gcib, agricultural adviser 

John Clayton A. Cady, agricultural attache 

T. Lynn Smith,' senior agricultural analyst 

Richard M. Council, senior economic analyst.. 

Harry N. Stark, senior economic analyst.. 

Charles V. Kolt, petroleum attache 

James D. Bell, attache 

John Abel Hopkins, agricultural adviser 

Albert H. Gerberich, cultural-relations attache- 
George W. Caldwell, Jr., economic analyst 

Kenneth Whittemore Pendar, attache 

Lawrence Pierce, economic analyst 

Fidencio Guerra, junior economic analyst 

Walter Trenta, special assistant 

Donald H. Marshall, vice consul 

Irwin C. Byington, junior economic analyst 

Henry L. Taylor, junior economic analyst... _. 



(T). 



Leonard G. Dawson, consul 

George Carnahan, vice consul. 

S. Wilson Clark, vice consul 

Weldon Litsey, vice consul 

William Palmer Hudson, vice consul. 

J. Brock Havron, vice consul 

How'ard A. Bowman, consul 

Fernando Terrassa, vice consul 

Park F. Wollam, vice consul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul... 

Edward Kaufholz, vice consul , 

Robert G. Wesson, vice consul 

George T. Lister,2 vice consul.. 

William B. Randolph, vice consul 

Robert C. Winthrop, Jr., vice consul- 
James S. Triolo, vice consul 

Walter W. Wiley, vice consul 

George W. Skora, vice consul 



War Dept 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Texas.. 

Maryland 

Louisiana 

Nevf Jersey 

Maryland 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Iowa . 

Pennsylvania.. 

Virginia 

Connecticut 

New York 

Texas. 

New York 

Montana 

Tennessee 

Washington 

Virginia 

New York 

California 

Wyoming 

North Carolina, 

Tennessee 

California 

Puerto Rico 

California 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania.. 

Ohio 

New York 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania.. 

California 

North Carolina 
Arizona 



July 1, 1943 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Jan. 18, 1944 

Sept. 11,1942 

Aug. 17, 1944 

Feb. 6, 1942 

Aug. 9, 1944 

Dec. 8, 1944 

Oct. 11,1943 



Nov. 

Oct. 
IJuly 

July 

Nov. 

Dec. 
tOct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

July 

Mar. 
July 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
JJan. 
May 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
July 
May 



11. 1942 
13, 1944 

1, 1944 
21, 1941 

8, 1944 
13, 1944 
16, 1944 
15, 1944 

1. 1944 
4, 1943 

28, 1944 
6, 1943 

18. 1943 
23, 1943 

3. 1945 
9, 1942 

21. 1943 

22. 1944 

8. 1942 

2. 1943 

10. 1944 

28. 1945 
16, 1944 

L 1942 
4, 1941 
1, 1943 

16. 1944 

29. 1945 

31. 1943 

19. 1944 

31. 1944 

18. 1945 
28, 1944 
21, 1944 
29, 1944 



1 Temporarily, for special duty. 

2 Temporarily. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


COSTA RICA 










San Jos6 (E) . 


Hallett Johnson, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 


New Jersey. 


Dec. 16,1944 


$10, 000 






S. Walter Washington, first secretary; consul 


West Virginia 


Aug. 3, 1944 


7.000 




Edward S. Maney, second secretary; consul 


Texas.. 


July C, 1944 


4,700 




William P. Snow, second secretary; vice consul. . 
Thomas S. Campen, acting commercial attache.. 


Maine 


Feb. 5, 1945 
Feb. 19,1945 


4, 100 




North Carolina. . 


4,000 




Livingston D. Watrous, third secretary; vice con- 
sul. 
J. Ramon Solana, third secretary; vice consul 


New York 


Oct. 7, 1942 


3,400 




North Carolina. - 


tDec. 15,1944 


3,100 


(MA& NA)... 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 


War Dept 

War Dept 


Jan 15 1944 






Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military 


Feb. 14, 1945 






air attache. 










Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 13, 1943 






attache for air. 










Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache _ 


V.'ar Dept. 


Sept. 8,1943 






Lt. Col. Irving E. Roberts, asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Sept. 14, 1943 






Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 6, 1942 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attache. and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 21, 1942 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 29, 1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


June 12,1943 






asst. naval attache for air. 








(T).. 


Albert E. Carter, cultural-relations attache 

Charles Edward Gamjier, economic analyst 


' Tennessee 

Virginia 


Mar. 1, 1945 
Mar. 1, 1945 










Edward D. Cuffe, junior economic analyst 


New York ... 


July 30, 1942 






Miss Elinor Halle, cultural-relations assistant 

John Logan Ifagan, vice consul. ... 


Ohio 


Mar. 27, 1945 
Sept. 19, 1944 
Jan. 29,1945 






Virginia 






Miss Marion Elizabeth Sproul, junior economic 


California 






analyst. 








Qolfito (CA) 


James H. Logan, consular agent 




Mar. 31, 1945 




Puntarenas (VC) (T) . . . , 


John I. Cojieland, vice consul 


North Carolina- - 


Aug. 17, 1944 




Quepos (CA) 


ICenneth W. Harding, consular agent.. 




Jan. 20, 1943 




Port Limon (C) (T) 






June 26 1944 




CUBA 










Habana (E).. 


Spruille Bradcn, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


New York 


Dec 20 1941 


17 500 












John J. Muccio, counselor of embassy 


Rhode Island 


Aug. 2, 1944 


7,200 




Albert F. Nufer, counselor of embassy for eco- 


New York 


tNov. 5,1942 


8,000 




nomic affairs. 










George C. Howard, commercial attache 




{Jan. 5, 1945 


7,900 




Paul G. Minnoman, agricultural attache 


Ohio. 


Apr. 15, 1942 


7,400 




Richard F. Boyce, consul general; first secretary. 


Michigan 


July 6, 1943 


6,900 




Garret O. Ackerson, Jr., first secretary; consul 


New Jersey 


tAug 13,1942 


4.600 




Kennett F. Potter, second secretary; consul 


Missouri 


Oct. 5, 1940 


4,500 




Gordon L. Burke, second secretary; consul 


Georgia 


Aug. 16,1944 


4,400 




H. Bartlott Wells, second secretary; consul 


New Jersey 


Mar. 16, 1943 


4,200 




Orray Taft, Jr., second secretary; consul 


California 


Feb. 18,1943 


4,100 




Harold E. Montamat, second secretary; consul.. 


New Jersey 


Feb. 11,1944 


4,100 




Russell W. Benton, second secretary; vice consul. 


New York 


Oct. 30,1944 


4,100 




William W. Walker, third secretary; vice consul.. 


North Carolina.. 


July 11,1942 


3,500 




Thomas J. Cole, vice consul. 


Ohio _ 


Apr. 25, 1941 






John H. Marvin, vice consul 


Florida.. 


tFeb. 28,1927 






Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 


New York 


{Feb. 28,1927 


I 




Edward S. Benet, vice consul 


Massachusetts... 


June 23,1944 


i 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



13 



CUBA — Continued 

Habana (E)— Continued. 
(MA & NA) 



(T). 



AntiUa (C).... 

Camaguey (C) 

Cienfuegos (C) 

Sagua la Grande (C A) . 

Nuevitas (C) 

Santiago de Cuba (C) 



Manzanillo (CA) 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA i 
Praha(E) 



(MA&NA). 



Name and rank 



(T). 



Col. Egon R. Tausch, military attache 

Lt. Col. Charles Le Roy Youmans, military air 
attache. 

Col. John N. Hart, naval attache and naval at- 
tache for air. 

Lt. Col. William E. Boone, asst. military attache 

Capt. Edward J. Ruff, asst. military attache 

Lt. Albert J. Powers, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. John C. Hill, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attache for air. 



C larence A . B otsford , m inerals attache 

John A. E. Orloski, senior economic analyst 

Gustavo Duran, special assistant 

Clarence Boonstra, asst. agricultural attache... 

John T. Reid, special assistant. 

Eugene Des vernine, special assistant 

A dol ph B . Horn, special assistant 

-Arden Edward DuBois, junior economic analyst. . 

Charles T. Warner, vice consul 

Melvin C. Warner, asst. agricultural economist. 

James Bennett, junior economic analyst 

Joseph A. Jones, special assistant 

George Varrelmann, junior economic analyst 

JamesN. Cortada, junior economic analyst 



Horace J. Dickinson, consul 

Lawrence S. Armstrong, consul. 
A. John Cope, Jr., vice consul.. _ 
Eugene E. Jova, consular agent. 

Gerald G. Jones, vice consul 

Franklin Hawley, consul 

Harry W. Story, vice consul 

Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent. 



Laurence A. Steinhardt, appointed ambassador 

extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 
Livingston Satterth waite,^ civil air attache 



Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attache. 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,^ asst. military attache 

Maj. Thor B. Ellingsen.'asst. military attache 

Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,' asst. military attache. . 
1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,' asst. military attache.. 

for air. 
Comdr. Julius Fleischmarm,' asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval attache 

and assistant naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edgar H. Clark,' asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



War Dept... 
War Dept^.. 

Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Navy Dept. 



New York 

Pennsylvania 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Louisiana 

North Carolina. - 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Minnesota 

Virginia 

California 

New York 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Cuba 



Arkansas 

New York 

Utah 

Cuba 

South Dakota 

Michigan 

North Carolina.. 
Cuba 



New York 

Pennsylvania... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 



Navy Dept.. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Jan. 17, 1944 

tSept. 30, 1943 

June 21,1943 

Nov. 1, 1941 

July 22, 1944 

July 3, 1943 

Mar. 21, 1944 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
tOct. 
Sept. 
July 
June 
Jan. 
July 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



26. 1942 
4,1944 

30. 1943 

14. 1943 

19. 1944 
12, 1944 

15. 1942 

14. 1943 
2.5, 1944 

27. 1944 
14, 1943 
23, 1943 

22. 1943 

10. 1944 



Feb. 7, 1922 

Aug. 16,1944 

Dec. 15, 1944 

JOct. 6, 1922 

June 23, 1944 

Sept. 6, 1944 

Feb. 13,1925 

tApr. 20,1922 



Dec. 20,1944 
Aug. 15,1944 

Feb. 9, 1945 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Sept. 6,1943 
Jan. 16, 1943 
July 12,1944 

Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 



Miss Zolita F.Kent,' administrative assistant Iowa Nov. 28,1944 

I Government of Czechoslovakia established in England. 

» Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland established in 
England; resident in London. 
' Assigned also near the Governments of the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland established in England. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


DENMARK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) 

Legation and Consulate Gen- 
eral at Copenhagen closed. 

(Greenland) 
Godthaab (C) 


Ray Atherton.i envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Arvid G. Holm, vice consul. 

Joseph F. McGurk, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 
George F. Scherer, second secretary; vice consul.. 
Andrew B. Wardlaw, third secretary; vice consul.. 
Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul .. . 


Illinois 

Washington 

New Jersey 

New York 

South Carolina. __ 
Ohio 


tJuly 

July 

Feb. 

Mar. 
Nov. 
July 

July 

Sept. 

Mar. 
Oct. 

Sept. 
Jan. 
July 
Jan. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Nov. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
{Jan. 

Feb. 
Dec. 
Jan. 

Mar. 
Aug. 

June 
Nov. 
Feb. 
June 
May 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Jan. 


8, 1943 

13, 1944 

9, 1945 

5, 1945 
13, 1944 

9. 1943 

27, 1944 

30. 1943 

13. 1944 

12. 1943 

15. 1944 
1, 1945 

7. 1944 
3, 1945 

14, 1922 

27, 1943 

4, 1944 
7, 1939 

25. 1943 

3. 1941 

29. 1944 

8, 1944 

14. 1944 

27. 1945 

25. 1943 
2, 1944 

21. 1944 
8, 1944 

13, 1945 

5, 1944 

15, 1943 

1. 1942 
27, 1942 

3. 1944 

8. 1945 




DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad Trujillo (E) 


$10, 000 

4,100 
3,400 




(MA & NA) 


Maj. Thomas D. Burns, military attache 

Lt. Col. Charles Le Roy Youmans, military air 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Roger Willock, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Leland P. Johnston, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

Osgood Hardy, attache 


War Dept. 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

California 

Texas 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 

New York 

Michigan 

California 

Massachusetts... 
Oregon . 




(T). 






Mark G. Santi, senior economic analyst 






Maurice J. Broderick, economic analyst 






Rollo P. Stovall, economic analyst 




La Romana (CA).. 


Eugene J. Lieder, consular agent . 




ECUADOR 

Quito (E) 


Robert M. Scotten, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
George P . Shaw, counselor of embassy 


10 000 




8,800 




Howard H. Tewksbury, commercial attache . 

James W. Gantenbein, second secretary; consul. . 

Claude G. Ross, third secretary; vice consul 

Juan L. Gorrell, vice consul 


7,000 
4,900 




California 

Illinois 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Texas 

Texas 

Missouri . 


3,400 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. Charles L. Andrews, military attache... 

Maj. David C. Warwick, military air attache 

Comdr. George 0. John, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Maj. Vernet L. Gresham, asst. military attache . 
Lt. Walter Adamson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 




(T) 






Alvord L. Boeck, senior economic analyst 

Robert S. Kamm, economic analyst . . 






Dominic de la Salandra, cultural-relations attache. 
David A. Lines, economic analvst 


Pennsylvania 

New York 

New Jersey...... 

Michigan 

California 

Washington 






John D. McCullough, junior economic analyst... 
Carl E. Moore, economic analyst. .. 






Miss Norma Lemmon, junior economic analyst. . 
Mrs. Lottie Roark Paez, administrative assistant. 





1 Accredited also to Canada. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



15 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



ECUADOR — Continued 

Guayaquil (CG). 

(T) 

EGYPT 
Cairo (L) 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Alexandria (C). 



(T) 

Port Said (C). 
Suez (C) 



EL SALVADOR 

San Salvador (E) 



Joseph F. Burt, consul general 

Perry Ellis, vice consul 

Francis Henry Colombat, vice consul 
Richard A. Worrall, vice consul 



S. Pinkney Tuck, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Harold D. Robison, second secretary; consul 

Joel C. Hudson, commercial attache 

Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 

Cecil B. Lyon, second secretary; consul 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; con- 
sul. 
Edward A. Dow, Jr., third secretary; vice consuL 
David LeBreton, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

"Wendell S. Howard, vice consul 

I,ouis M. Denis, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul 

Lt. Col. John W. Dregge, military attache 

Comdr. Elmer H. Bourgerie, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Capt. John Brinton, asst. military attache 

Lt. Walter A. Page, asst. naval attachg and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. Harry R. Begley, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Ormand R. Bean, attache 

John H. Leavell, attachg. 

Ralph B. Curren.i civil air attach^ 

J. Joe Reed, agricultural attachg 

Franz von Schilling, Jr., attache 

Gilbert E. Larsen, economic analyst 

Richard S. Leach, special assistant 

William Jules Handley, attach^ 

Walter L. Campbell, economic analyst 

John Francis Collon, vice consul 

Hooker A. Doolittle, consul general 

Ted M. Hockaday, vice consul 

Arthur W. Feldman. vice consul 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

Wilfred V. MacDonald, vice consul 



John F. Simmons, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Gerhard Gade, second secretary; consul 

Overton G. Ellis, Jr., second secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

Robert E. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul 

Joseph E. Maleady, vice consul 



Illinois 

California, __ 

California.. _ 

Virginia.. _ _. 

Xew York 

Utah 

Missouri 

New York 

New York 

Colorado 

Nebraska 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Florida 

Dist. Columbia.. 
New Jersey 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Oregon 

Oklahoma 

New York 

Arkansas 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Dist. Columbia.. 

Connecticut 

New York 

New York 

Texas 

Massachusetts... 

Rhode Island 

Missouri 



New York 



Illinois 

Washington. 



tSept. 19, 1944 
Feb. 9, 1945 
June 19, 1944 
Jan. 5, 1945 



May 4, 1944 

Feb. 5, 1944 

Mar. 14, 1945 

Nov. 19, 194.3 

Oct. 6, 1944 

Dec. 4, 1944 

Oct. 20,1941 

Nov. 11, 1943 

Oct. 28,1943 

Oct. 13,1944 

July 8, 1944 

Jan. 14, 1944 

Mar. 3, 1945 

May 22, 1943 

Apr. 13,1944 

Oct. 30,1944 



Dec. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
June 
June 
Mar. 
Mar. 
tNov, 



2, 1944 
28, 1944 

23. 1944 

12. 1945 
21, 1944 

23. 1944 
17, 1943 

19. 1945 

26. 1943 

28. 1944 



Apr. 28, 1944 
Jan. 10, 1945 
Nov. 25, 1944 
Jan. 10, 1945 
Jan. 13, 1945 



Sept. 21, 1944 

June 4, 1940 
Aug. 2, 1937 



Arizona Nov. 4, 1944 

Massachusetts... July 19,1934 

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



641074— 4f 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


EL SALVADOR— Con. 










San Salvador (E)— Con. 










(MA & NA) _.. 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 


War Dept 

War Dept 


Jan 15 1944 






Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military 


Feb. 14,1945 






air attache. 










Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 13, 1943 






attache for air. 










Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Sept. 8,1943 






Maj. George Bragg Massey, asst. military 


War Dept 


Sept. 23, 1943 






attache. 










Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Mar 6,1942. 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 21,1942 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 29,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


June 12,1943 






naval attache for air. 








(T) 


H. Theodore Hoffman, economic analyst _ . 


Ohio 


Dec. 7, 1944 
Feb. 15,1945 






Edward Castleman, vice consul 


Dist. Columbia.. 




ESTONIA 










Legation at Tallinn closed. 










ETHIOPIA 










Addis Ababa (L) 


Felix Cole, appointed envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 


Dist. Columbia __ 


Feb. 20,1945 


$10, 000 




■William E. Cole, Jr., second secretary; vice consul. 


New York 


Oct. 30,1943 


4,000 




Donald H. Nichols, vice consul 


New Mexico 


Nov. 29,1943 




(T) 


Harold B. Hoskins, i adviser on economic affairs.. 


New York 


Mar. 19, 1945 






Ralph B. Curren, 2 civil air attache 


New York 


Mar. 3, 1945 






Frank Cochran Taylor, 2d, vice consul 


Indiana ... 


Mar. 15.1945 




FINLAND 






Helsinki (M) 


Benjamin M. Hulley, secretary 


Florida 


Feb 7, 1945 


5,200 




Caspar D. Green, secretary.. 


Ohio 


Feb. 7, 1945 


3,400 


FRANCE AND 






POSSESSIONS 










(France) 










I'aris (E) 


Jefferson Caffery, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


Louisiana 


JNov. 25,1944 


17, 500 








Hugh S. Fullerton, counselor of embassy; consul 


Ohio 


Sept. 13,1944 


8,800 




general. 










Lester De Witt Mallory, agricultural attache 


California 


Sept. 27, 1944 


7,000 




James B . Pilcher, first secretary; consul 


Georgia 


Mar. 19,1945 


6,000 




Gerald A. Drew, secretary; consul... 


California 


Sept. 2,1944 


5,000 




George M. Abbott, secretary; consul 


Ohio 


Sept. 13, 1944 


5,000 




Charles H. Ducote, asst. commercial attache 


Massachusetts... 


Nov. 29, 1944 


5,000 




George W. Rcnchard, secretary; consul 


Michigan 


Sept. 14, 1944 


4,600 






New Y ork . . 


Sept. 15, 1944 


4,500 




Norris B. Chipman, secretary; consul 


Dist. Columbia.. 


Sept. 13,1944 


4,400 



1 Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Jidda, and Tehran. 

' Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



17 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


FRANCE AND POSSES- 










SIONS — Continued 










(France)— Continued 












Robert M. Taylor, secretary; consul. 


Washington 


Oct. 20,1944 
Oct. 2, 1944 


$4, 100 
4,100 




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


Dist. Columbia.. 




Ivan B. White, second secretary; vice consul 

Elim O'Shaughnessy, secretary; vice consul 


Oregon 


Sept. 25, 1944 
Oct. 4, 1944 


4,100 




New York 


4,000 




Walter Smith, second secretary; vice consul 


Illinois 


Feb. 16,1945 
Oct. 9, 1944 


4,000 




Georgia 

Florida 


3,100 




John R. Wood, vice consul 


Aug. 29, 1944 
tDec 29, 1944 






John G. Hrones, vice consul 








Sabin J. Dalferes, vice consul 


Louisiana 


Aug. 26, 1944 
Sept. 14, 1944 
Sept. 18,1944 
Mar. 31,1945 
Oct. 21,1944 
Oct 25, 1944 






Cyrus B. Follmer, vice consul . .. .. 






Leslie A. Weisenberg, vice consul. 


Illinois 






Laurence J. Daymont, vice consul 








Frank Cussans, vice consul ... 


Ohio 














Reinhard W. Lamprecht, vice consul 


Illinois 


Nov. 17, 1944 
Feb 13, 1945 




(MA & NA) 


Maj. Gen. Ralph C. Smith, military attache --. 


War Dept.. 

War Dept 






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


Mar. 28, 1945 






Capt. Dallas D. Dupre, naval attach^ and naval 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 29, 1945 






attache for air. 










Col. Noah M. Brinson, asst. military attache 


War Dept. 


Mar. 14,1945 






Maj. Warren S. Richards, asst. military attache . 


War Dept 


Mar. 20, 1945 






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


War Dept 


Feb. 21,1945 






attache. 










Capt. David Rockefeller, asst. military attache .. 


War Dept.. 


Mar. 14,1945 




(T) 


Loren Carroll, press attache 




Sept. 1,1944 
Nov. 17, 1944 






Henry R. Labouisse, Jr., adviser on economic 


Kentucky 






affairs.' 










Harold Frost Johnson, economic adviser 


Kentucky.. 


Sept. 1, 1944 






Charles J. Little, senior economic analyst 


New York 


Oct. 5, 1944 






Howard B. Railey,2civil air attache. 




Oct. 18,1944 
Feb. 16,1945 
Oct. 21,1944 






John N. Plakias, attache 








Howard R. Cottam, agricultural economist 


Pennsylvania 






Richard Eldridge, attache 


Texas 


Sept. 7,1944 
Oct. 6, 1944 






Bertin E. Cassou, senior economic analyst 


Dist. Columbia. . 






Raymond F. Fernandez, senior economic analyst . 


Dist. Columbia-. 


Oct. 6, 1944 






Arthur P. Muelberger, senior economic analyst 


New Jersey 


Oct. 6, 1944 






Rifat Tirana, senior economic analyst... ... 


Dist. Columbia 


Nov. 6, 1944 






Winslow Lamont Gooch, senior economic analyst. 
Turner C. Cameron, Jr., senior economic analyst. . 
Harry A. Woodruff, special assistant - .. 


Virginia 


Jan. 26,1945 
Oct. 5, 1944 
Sept. 1,1944 
Oct. 6, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 






Alabama ... . 












Lawrence B. Haley, economic analyst. 








Courtlandt D. Barnes, Jr., senior economic analyst . 


Dist. Columbia.. 






Charles A. Page, asst. cultural-relations attache.. 


New York 


Nov. 29, 1944 






William S. Patten, economic analyst 


Dist. Columbia 


Nov. 20, 1944 






E. Allen Fidel, economic analyst 


Wyoming 


Nov 24 1944 






Lawrence D. Lafore, asst. information officer 


Pennsylvania 


Nov. 8, 1944 






Miss Margaret M. Otis, asst. information officer . 


New York 


Dec. 30,1944 






WUliam Keith Hafer, administrative assistant 


Pennsylvania 


Nov. 18, 1944 






Milton Fried, attache 


New York 

Texas. 


Mar. 21, 1945 
Oct. 21,1914 
Nov. 8,1944 






Weston A. Hall, vice consul 

Lucien Joseph Vallee, vice consul 






Massachusetts 






Gordon J. Wright, vice consul 


Oregon 


Nov. 28, 1944 






Ralph Luke Graham, administrative assistant 


Pennsylvania. .'-. 


Nov 23, 1914 





' With the honorary rank of mtaister. 

2 Accredited also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Brussels; resident in Paris. 



18 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 



(France) — Continued 



Bordeaux (CG). 
Cherbourg (C).. 



(T) 

Le Havre (C). 

(T) 

Marseille (C). 



(T).. 
Nice(C). 



(Possessions) 

Algiers, Algeria (CG). 



(T). 



Brazzaville, French Equa- 
torial Africa (CG). 

(T) 

Dakar, French West Africa 
(CG). 
(T) 



Martinique, French West 
Indies (C). 

(T) 

Noumfia, New Caledonia (C). 

(T) 

Oran, Algeria (C) 



(T). 



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

(T) 

Tunis, Tunisia (C) 



Name and rank 



Harold L. Williamson, consul general 

Raymond A. Styles, vice consuL 

Carlton Hurst, consul 

Jack Heck, vice consul 

Leonard R. Morey, vice consul 

James E. Parks, consul _ 

Hubert Ferrell, vice consul 

Herve J. L'Hcureux, consul general 

Boies C. Hart, Jr., vice consul 

Lee D. Randall, vice consul 

Edward S. Parker, vice consul 

John H. Boyd, special assistant; vice consul. 

Roger Sloane Abbott, economic analyst 

Miss Ruth J. Torrance, vice consul 

Hartwell Johnson, consul... 

Charles B. Beylard, vice consul.. 



(T). 



Edward P. Lawton, consul general 

Miss Kathleen Molesworth, vice consul 

Joseph F. Walker, vice consul 

Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consuL. 

Edwin L. Smith, vice consul. 

Marion Allen Leonard, senior economic analyst. 

Francis A. O'Connell, economic analyst... 

Robert D. Ross, economic analyst.. 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul 

Albert W. Scott, consul 



Jack Marvin Perlman, vice consul.. 
James R. Wilkinson, consul general. 

Armistead M. Lee, vice consul 

Donald L. Woolf, vice consul 

Garland R. Farmer, Jr., vice consuL. 

Hilliard H. Wolfe, Jr., vice consul 

William H. Christensen, vice consul. 



William C. Pugh, vice consul 

Edmund Osborne Barker, vice consul. 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul 

David K. Newman, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul 

Jack C. Spinx, vice consul 

Richard M. de Lambert, consul 

Scudder Mersman, vice consul.. 

Robert F. Fernald,' consul 

Stuart B. Martin, vice consul 

Heyward G.Hill, consul 

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

L. Pittman Springs, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Illinois 

Georgia 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Ohio 

New York 

North Carolina. - 

Virginia 

New Hampshire. 

Connecticut 

Illinois 

South Carolina .. 

Mississippi 

California 

Wisconsin 

South Carolina .. 
Pennsylvania 



Georgia 

Texas... 

Illinois.. 

Washington 

Arkansas 

South Carolina. 

California 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania.. 
Missouri 



Laurence L. Davis, vice consul Ohio 



New York 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 

California 

Texas 

North Carolina.. 
South Dakota 



Georgia 

Nebraska 

New Jersey 

Missouri 

South Carolina.. 
North Carolina. 

New Mexico 

Missouri.. 

Maine 

Ohio 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania... 
Dist. Columbia. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Nov. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 
tDec. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 
tDec. 

Dec. 



11,1944 
10,1944 

28. 1944 

23. 1945 
9, 1945 

17, 1945 
2, 1945 

29. 1944 

23. 1945 
25, 1944 

3, 1944 

25. 1944 

17. 1945 
17, 1944 
29,1944 
12, 1944 



tOct. 

Oct. 
|Jan. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Feb. 
tDec. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 
tMar. 

Dee. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
tJune 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
June 
June 
Jan. 



3, 1944 

5, 1944 

8, 1944 

23, 1944 

5. 1944 

4. 1945 
10, 1944 

2, 1944 
16, 1944 

18. 1943 

5, 1944 

29. 1944 

30. 1943 
7, 1944 

25. 1945 
19, 1945 
26, 1945 

4, 1944 
3, 1943 

25. 1944 

9. 1943 

3. 1944 

16. 1945 

19. 1941 
10, 1922 

8. 1945 

17. 1942 
13, 1945 

17. 1943 
13, 1935 
11,1944 



> Consul general Mar. 16, 1945. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



19 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


GERMANY 

State of war declared by 
Germany Dec. 11, 1941. 

For oflScers on duty in special 
oflBce see p. 55. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRELAND. 
AND INDIA 

London (E) 


John G. Winant, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

WaldemarJ. Gallman, counselor of embassy' 

Loyd V. Steere, agricultural attach^ 

Don C. Bliss, Jr., commercialattachfi _._ _._ 


New Hampshire. 

New York 

California 

Mississippi 

Virginia 

Iowa 


Feb. 11,1941 

tJan. 7, 1944 
June 28,1939 

tApr. 15,1943 
Sept. 12, 1944 
July 29,1944 
Sept. 30, 1943 
Sept. 20, 1944 

Feb. 22,1945 
June 14,1943 
Mar. 17, 1941 
Apr. 2, 1941 
Sept. 15, 1942 
IDec. 9, 1941 
Mar. 17, 1942 
Dec. 14,1943 
tJuly 25,1944 
tMar. 9,1942 
July 19,1941 
Dec. 22,1941 
Mar. 10, 1941 
Oct. 6, 1944 
June 2, 1941 
June 2, 1941 
Mar. 11, 1944 
Sept. 28, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Oct. 17,1933 
Aug. 17,1942 
Mar. 22, 1945 
Aug. 24,1939 
June 6, 1944 
tOct. 6,1943 
tOct. 11,1944 
tDec. 4,1943 


$17 500 




8,200 
9,000 
8 000 




Harry C. Hawkins, economic counselor ^ 

Raymond A. Hare, first secretary; consul 


8,000 
6 000 




C arlos J . Warner .second secretary ; consul 

Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr., second secretary; 

consul. 
James C. Sappington, 3d, second secretary; consul. 

Winfield H. Scott, second secretary; consul 

Dorsey Gassaway Fisher, second secretary; consul- 
Robert D. Coe, second secretary; consul. 


Ohio - 


5,100 




Colorado 


5 100 




Maryland 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Maryland 

Wyoming.. 

Nebraska 

Massachusetts 

Idaho... 


5,000 
4,800 
4,700 
4,700 




John M. Allison, second secretary; consul _. 

Henry E. Stebbins, second secretary; consul 

Avery F. Peterson, second secretary; consul ... 

John F. Stone, second secretary; consul 


4.700 
4,600 
4,600 




Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

New York _ 

Georgia 


4 500 




Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attache 

Mulford A. Colebrook, second secretary; consul. . . 

Fred K. Salter, second secretary; vice consul 

Stephen C. Brown, second secretary; vice consul.. 

John Ordway, second secretary; vice consul 

Herbert P. Fales, second secretary; vice consul 

Donald B. Calder, third secretary; vice consul. .. 
Richard A. Johnson, third secretary; vice consul. 
Robert P. Chalker, third secretary; vice consul... 

Irven M. Eitreim, third secretary; vice consul 

Terry B. Sanders, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 
John J. Coyle, vice consul 1. . 


4,300 
4,200 
4 000 




Virginia 


4,000 




Dist. Columbia.. 

California.. 

New York _ 

Illinois.. 


4,000 
4,000 
3,500 
3,500 




Florida 


3 500 




South Dakota 

Texas . .. 


3,400 
3,400 




New York 

Massachusetts... 
Virginia ... 






Herbert W. Carlson, vice consul 






Louis L. Widmer, vice consul 

John F. ClafEey, vice consul 






Connecticut 

Maryland 

Virginia 

South Carolina... 
South Carolina. - 






Lee Murray, attache . 






Charles M. Rice, Jr., vice consul 

Leonidas M. Parker, attach^.. 






John G. Riddick, vice consul 





' With the honorary rank of minister. 
2 With the rank of minister. 

' Assigned also to Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland established 
in England; resident in London. 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 




GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 
Continued 

London (E)— Continued. 

(MA& NA) 



(T)_ 



Brig. Gen. Richard 'O. Tindall, military attache. _ 

Col. Milton M. Turner, military air attach^ 

Rear Admiral Laurance T. DuBose, naval 

attache. 
Capt. Wendell F. Kline, naval attache for air i_- 
Maj. Gen. James K. Crain, asst. military attache. 
Brig. Gen. Marion Van Voorst, asst. military at- 
tache. 
Col. Bernard B. McMahon.asst. military attache. 

Col. Frank F. Reed, asst. military attache 

Col. Robert A. Turner, asst. military attache 

Col. Carnes B. Lee, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. John W. Easton, asst. military attache. _ 
Lt. Col. Jack William Votion, asst. military 

attache. 
Lt. Col. Hiram M. Stout, asst. military attache. . 
Lt. Col. Sidney L. Weedon, asst. military attachfi. 

Maj. Alfred O. Boyd, asst. military attache 

Maj. Nicholas D. N. Harvey, asst. mihtary 

attache. 
Maj. Angus Van Rutledge, asst. military attache. 
Maj. Sarah H. Bowditch, asst. military attache.. 
Maj. Florence H. Jepson, asst. military attache.. 

Capt. Troy J. Cauley, asst. military attache 

2d Lt. Neal B. Hardy, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. John T. McCall, asst. military air 

attache. 
Maj. Freeman F. Bates, asst. military air attache. 
Maj. Fred H. Gowen, asst. military air attache. 

Capt. TuUy Shelley, asst. naval attache. 

Lt. Writner Hostetter, asst. naval attache. 



John Manfred Hager, senior economic analyst 

Clarence E. Meyer, attache 

C. Victor Barry, attache 

E. F. Penrose, special assistant 

Howard C. Bugbee, attache 

Fred Taylor, agricultural commissioner. 

Smith Davison Turner, attache 

DonaldL. Wright, attache 

Covey T. Oliver, special assistant. 

Edward Engestrom, senior economic analyst 

M iss Ruth Beatrice Russell, economic analyst 

Albert H. Robbins, senior economic analyst 

Miss Ethel M. Johnson, special assistant.. 

Willard O. Brown, agricultural economist 

Samuel Gardner Welles, attache 

Miss Louise MacMillan, economic analyst 

Miss Florence Jean Shuman, economic analyst. . 
Mrs. Edith Tilton Denhardt, special assistant. _ 
Archie M. Andrews, Jr., junior economic analyst. 

George B. Cooper, 2d, vice consul 

Miss Norah Alsterlund, administrative assistant. 
Miss Mary Ann Pardue, junior press-relations 

officer. 
William Joseph Ford, vice consul 



War Dept. 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Dist. Columbia 

New York 

New York 

California 

Virginia 

South Carolina.— 

New York 

New Jersey. 

Texas 

Maryland 

California. 

Illinois 

New Hampshire. 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts... 

New York 

California 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Tennessee 



Dec. 15,1944 
Apr. 16,1943 
Mar. 1(1,1945 

July 29,1944 
Aug. 7, 1942 
May 31,1943 

Feb. 13,1942 
Feb. 6, 1943 
1, 1943 
11, 1943 
6, 1942 
14, 1942 



June 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Dec. 



Apr. 15,1943 

Jan. 15, 1945 

Mar. 18, 1943 

Aug. 28,1943 

Feb. 8, 1944 

Mar. 9,1944 

Mar. 28, 1944 

Mar. 3,1945 

Dec. 8, 1944 

Feb. 4, 1944 

tSept. 20, 1943 

Feb. 2, 1944 

Jan. 13,1944 

July 3, 1942 



New Hampshire {Sept. 19,1944 



Feb. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

July 

Oct. 

July 

June 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Nov. 



23, 1945 

7. 1943 
28, 1945 

8. 1941 

2. 1944 
20, 1944 

22. 1943 

7. 1943 
6, 1944 

6. 1945 

12. 1944 

23. 1942 

1. 1944 

2. 1942 

6. 1943 
29, 1945 

26. 1945 
8, 1941 

25. 1943 
1,1944 

20. 1944 
3, 1943 



' Also assistant naval attache at London. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



21 



GREAT BRITAIN. Etc.— 
Continued 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 
(CG). 
(T)_ 



Birmingham, England (C). 

(T) 

Bradford, England (C) 

Bristol, England (C) 

(T) - 

Cardiff, Wales (C) 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C)... 



Glasgow, Scotland (C). 



Hull, England (CJ. 



Liverpool, England (C). 
(T) 



Manchester, England (C) 

(T) 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 
(C) 
(T) 

Plymouth, England (C) 

Southampton, England (C).. 



(Europe) 



Gibraltar (C) 

(T) 

Malta (C) 2... 



(India) 



New Delhi (M). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



Quincy F. Roberts, consul 

Casimir T. Zawadski,' vice consul 

William Francis Ayer, vice consul 

Miss Imogene E. Ellis, vice consul 

Samuel Sokobin, consul 

Samuel E. Boaz, vice consul 

Joseph O. Groeninger, consul 

Roy W. Baker, consul _. 

Charles B. Wheeler, 2d, vice consul _._ 

Sheridan Talbott, consul _-_ 

Charles Roy Nasmith, consul 

Julian K. Smedberg, vice consul 

Hugh H. Watson, consul general 

Richard S. Huestis, consul . 

Charles James Kolinski, vice consul 

John A . Embry , consul 

Henry O. Ramsey, vice consul 

C. Porter Kuykendall, consul general 

Clarence P. Harper, economic analyst; vice consul- 
George P. H. Rector, vice consul 

George Alexander Armstrong, consul 

Henry Testman Anderson, vice consul 

Charles H. Heisler, consul 



Franklin C. Shoemaker, Jr 

Fred H. Houck, vice consul 

F. Willard Calder, vice consul- 



C. Paul Fletcher, consul 

Walter J. Flynn, vice consul. 



George R. Merrell, commissioner ' 

Sheldon T. Mills, secretary 

Glenn A. Abbey, secretary 

Max Waldo Bishoji, secretary 

Douglas Flood,* secretary 

Robert M. Bruns,< attache 

Miss Mildred I. Monroe,< attache. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Texas 

New York 

Pennsylvania. -. 

Washington 

New Jersey 

Tennessee 

Maryland. 

New York 

New York. 

Kentucky 

New York 

New York 

Vermont. 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Florida 

South Dakota... 
Pennsylvania... 

California 

Virginia 

New York 

Connecticut 

Delaware 



Dist. Columbia. 
Dist. Columbia. 
New York 



Tennessee -. 
Washington. 



Missouri.. 

Oregon 

Wisconsin. 

Iowa 

Illinois 

Indiana... 
Michigan. 



Date of as- 
signment 



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



4. 1942 

14. 1942 
25, 1944 
17, 1944 
29, 1944 
27, 1944 

6. 1941 
8, 1931 
2, 1944 

8. 1943 
23, 1935 
10, 1938 

5. 1942 

10. 1943 

24. 1943 

5. 1944 
3, 1944 

16. 1944 

27. 1945 
12, 1944 

29. 1941 
24, 1944 

17. 1942 



Jan. 23,1945 
June 13,1935 
Mar. 25, 1944 



Mar. 13, 1944 
Feb. 24,1945 



{Feb. 28,1945 
Aug. 19,1943 
Mar. 31, 1944 
Mar. 10,1945 
Jan. 31,1945 
Apr. 17,1944 
Feb. 23,1945 



' Temporarily detailed to London for duty with stafi of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 

' Not functioning. 

3 With the rank of minister. 

* Assigned also to Calcutta; resident in New Delhi. 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



GREAT BRITAIN. Etc.— 
Continued 

(India) — Continued 

Bombay (C) 



Calcutta (CO). 



(T) 

Karachi (C) 

Madras (C) _. 

(T)..._ 

(Other Asia) 

Consular oflBces In enemy- 
occupied possessions closed. 

Aden, Arabia (C) 

(T)_... ]; 

Colombo, Ceylon (C) .._ 

(T) 

(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West Af- 
rica (C). 

(T) 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 
(CG). 
(T)._ 



Freetown, Sierra Leone 
(CA). 



Name and rank 



Howard Donovan,' consul 

George D. LaMont, consul 

T. Eliot Weil, vice consul 

Ray L. Thurston, vice consul 

Charles W. Adair, Jr.,' vice consul 

Joseph J. Wagner, vice consul 

Myrl S. Myers, consul general 

Samuel J. Fletcher, consul 

Edwin Schoenrich, consul 

Charles E. Brookhart, consul 

Kenneth J. Yearn'?, consul 

Douglas Flood, 2 consul 

Robert M. Bruns,2 vice consul 

Dallas M. Coors, vice consul. 

Miss Mildred I. Monroe, 2 vice consul. 

Clarence E. Macy, consul 

Philip M. Davenport, vice consul 

Joseph S. Sparks, vice consul 

Roy E. B. Bower, consul 

Miss Louise Schaffner, vice consul 



Harlan B. Clark, consul 

James J. Flynn, Jr., vice consul 

Robert A. Stein, vice consul 

Calvin Hawley Oakes, consul 

Richard D. Gatewood, vice consul.. 

Alfred W. Wells, vice consul 

Edwin Perry Dyer, Jr., vice consul. 
Richard W. Carlson, vice consul 



Thomas A. Hickok, consul 

Paul F. Du Vivier, vice consul 

Richard A. Klass, vice consul 

Andrew G. Lynch, consul 

James M. Gilchrist,' vice consul.. 

Christian Hans Nelson, senior economic analyst. 

Harry F. Hemmerich, vice consul 

George A. Hays, vice consul 

William H. Bruns, vice consul 

Christian K. Nielsen, consular agent 



' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 
' Assigned also to and resident in New Delhi. 
' Temporarily. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Illinois 

New York 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Ohio 

New York 

Peimsylvania 

Maine.. 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Illinois. 

Indiana 

New York 

Michigan 

Colorado.. 

Maryland. 

California... 

California 

New York 



New York 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

New York 

Pennsylvania... 
Dist. Columbia. 
New York 



Jan. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

May 

Dec. 

June 

Apr. 

July 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

June 

Feb. 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



7, 1939 
3, 1944 
27, 1945 
20, 1941 

27. 1941 

2. 1941 
1, 1944 
5, 1943 

19, 1945 
24, 1943 

30. 1943 
20, 1945 

17. 1944 

29. 1944 

23. 1945 
10, 1936 

20. 1942 
21, 1944 

7. 1942 
12, 1944 



Ohio 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

South Carolina... 

New York 

New York. 

Rhode Island 

Ohio 



July 12,1944 

Jan. 27,1945 

Oct. 25,1943 

Feb. 5, 1945 

Mar. 23,1944 

May 9, 1944 

July 17,1944 

Oct. 25, 1943 



Jan. 

July 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 



13. 1944 
7, 1944 

28. 1945 
7, 1942 

28, 1945 
15, 1945 
25, 1944 
25, 1944 
20, 1943 
29, 1940 



4,700 
2,800 



4,000 
3,100 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



23 



GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 
Continued 

(Africa) — Continued 

Mombasa, Kenya, East 
Africa (C).i 

(T)._ 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 
(CO). 
(T) 



(Fiji Islands) 
Suva, Fiji Islands (C)... 
(Newfoundland) 
St. John's (CO) 



(Other America) 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, 
British West Indies (C). 

Barbados, B. W. I. (C) 

Belize, British Honduras (C) . 

(T) 

Georgetown, British Guiana 
(C) (T).- 

Grenada, B.W. I. (C) 

Hamilton, Bermuda (CG),.. 

(T) 



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



(T). 



Nassau, N. P., Bahamas (C) 

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

GREECE 

Athens (Athenai) (E) 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Joseph I. Touehctte, consul. 



John C. Vorrath, vice consul 

Willard Quincy Stanton, consul. 



Theodore Bullockus, vice consul; junior economic 

analyst. 
Robert B. Houghton, vice consul 



Thomas S. Horn, consul. 



George D. Hopper, consul general. 
Robert J. Cavanaugh, vice consul. 
Lubert O. Sanderhoff, vice consul. 
Verne O. Staten, vice consul. 



David L. Gamon, vice consul. 



Samuel R. Thompson, consul 

Culver Gidden, vice consul... 

Paul F. Liston, vice consul 

Albert A. Rabida, vice consul 

R. John Bay, vice consul 

Charles H. Whitaker, vice consul 

William H. Beck, consul general 

Basil F. Macgowan, vice consul 

MissJane E.Sanderson, vice consul 

John H. Lord, consul 

George F. Kelly, vice consul 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 

Paul Blanshard, senior economic analyst- 
Milton C. Walstrom, vice consul 

John H. E. McAndrews, vice consul 

Raymond E. Kolb, vice consul 

Claude H. Hall, Jr., consul 

Courtland Christian!, vice consul 



Lincoln MacVeagh, ambassador e.xtraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Christian T. Steger,^ counselor of embassy; consul. 

Karl L. Rankin, commercial attache 

William W.Schott, first secretary 

William M. Gwynn,' consul general 

Daniel Gaudin, Jr., second secretary; consul 

William Witman, 2d, asst. commercial attach^... 

Leonard J. Cromie, third secretary; vice consul 

Bartley P. Gordon, third secretary; vice consul... 

Charles W. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 

Oliver M. Marcy, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert W. Caldwell, vice consul 

Donald C. Bergus, vice consul. 



Massachusetts. - 



New Jersey. 
Montana 



Dist. Columbia. 
Massachusetts.. 

Missouri 



Kentucky. 

Illinois 

California. 
Illinois 



California. 



California 

Texas 

Nebraska 

Colorado 

Michigan 

Massachusetts 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts... 
Massachusetts... 

Wisconsin 

New York 

Hawaii.. 

Minnesota 

Maryland 

Maryland 

Dist. Columbia.. 



Connecticut. 



Virginia 

Maine.. - 

Kansas 

California.. 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts... 

California 

Massachusetts... 
North Carolina. -_ 
Indiana 



Date of as- 
signment 



Nov. 6, 1943 

Jan. 15, 1945 

Oct. 10,1941 

Feb. 23,1945 

Feb. 16,1945 

July 13,1943 



June 19,1941 
Aug. 11,1944 
Sept. 24, 1943 
Sept. 22, 1942 



Feb. 8, 1945 



May 
tJuly 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Nov. 
tApr. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Dec. 



31, 1944 

11, 1932 

1, 1945 

18. 1943 

25. 1944 
7, 1944 

22, 1939 

8. 1944 

17. 1945 
21, 1941 

1, 1925 
10, 1944 
8, 1942 

5. 1945 
24, 1939 
30, 1944 

4, 1937 
6, 1944 



Nov. 12, 1943 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Dee. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
{Jan. 
Mar. 



27, 1944 

21. 1944 

26. 1945 
29, 1944 
27, 1944 
28, 1944 

21. 1944 

7. 1944 

10. 1945 

25. 1944 

25. 1945 

9. 1945 



' Functions under supervision of consulate general at Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa. 
2 Consul general Mar. 14, 1945. 

641074 — 45 4 



' Temporarily. 



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Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


GREECE — Continued 










Athens (Atbenai) (E)— Con. 










(MA&NA)__. 


Lt. Col. Sterling L. Larrabee, military attach^ 


WarDept 


Jan. 10, 1944 






Lt. Comdr. Thomas D. Spencer, naval attache 


NavyDept 


May 20, 1944 






and naval attache for air. 










Capt. William H. McNeill, asst. military attach6_ 


WarDept 


Feb. 25,1944 






Lt. Comdr. Frank E. Bailey, asst, naval attache 


NavyDept 


Sept. 19, 1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Comdr. Ralph E. Kent, asst. naval attache 


NavyDept 


Sept. 19, 1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Edwin H. Griffith, asst. naval attache and 


NavyDept 


Sept. 19, 1944 






asst, naval attache for air. 










Lt. John S. Laughlin, asst. naval attache and asst. 


NavyDept 


Nov. 18, 1944 






naval attache for air. 








(T).-.- 


Henry Albert Hill, special assistant. 


New York 


Oct.. 13,1943 






James J. O'Neil, senior economic analyst _ 


California 


Nov. 25, 1944 






Arthur W. Parsons, special assistant 


California .._ 


tOct. 21,1944 






Robert D. Heath, vice consul 


California 

South Dakota 


Nov. 22, 1944 
Nov. 25. 1944 






Malcolm P. Hallam, vice consul __. 




Salonika (Thessalonike)' (C;. 


George M. Widney, vice consul 




Nov. 18, 1944 




(T) 


Victor C. Heck, junior economic analyst 


California 


Jan. 29, 1945 




GUATEMALA 










Guatemala (E) 


Edwin Jackson Kyle, appointed ambassador 


Texas 


Feb. 9, 1945 


$10, 000 




extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 










Robert F. Woodward, second secretary ._ 


Minnesota 


Aug. 2, 1944 


4,600 




Archibald R. Randolph, acting commercial 
attache. 


Virginia 


June 19,1942 


4,200 










William C. Affeld, Jr., second secretary 


Minnesota 


tFeb. 6, 1943 


4,100 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 


War Dept 


Jan. 15, 1944 






Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military 


War Dept-. 


Feb. 14,1945 






air attache. 










Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 13, 1943 






attache for air. 










Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Sept. 8, 1943 






Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 6, 1942 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Paul A. Ooodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 21, 1942 




, 


naval attache for air. 










Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 29,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


June 12,1943 






naval attache for air. 








(CG) 


Thomas H. Robinson, consul- 


New Jersey. 


May 8, 1943 


5,300 




Chester H. Kimrey, vice consul 


Oklahoma - 

Texas 


tJuly 10,1931 
Oct. 3, 1942 




(T) __ 


John A. Ray, special assistant 






Robert S. Chamberlain, cultural-relations attache- 


Virginia 


Oct. 18,1941 






William J. Crutcher, senior economic analyst 


Arkansas 


Jan. 9, 1945 






W. Charles Bridgett, special assistant 


New York 


tDec. 23,1942 






Norman C. Stines, senior economic analyst 


California 


Nov. 15, 1944 






Leroy G. Denman, Jr., special assistant 


Texas- 


Julv 1, 1942 






James H. Webb, Jr., economic analyst 


Virginia 


Apr. 1, 1943 





' Not yet open to the public. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



25 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


HAITI 












Port-au-Prince (E) 


Orme Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and 


New York 




21, 1944 


$10, 000 




plenipotentiary. 










Wainwright Abbott, consul general; first secretary. 


Pennsylvania... 


Apr. 


13, 1944 


7,200 




Archibald E. Gray, second secretary; consul 


Pennsylvania 


Apr. 


13. 1944 


5.000 






New Jersey . 




22, 1945 
29 1944 




(MA & NA) 




War Dept 


Aug. 
Sept 






Lt. Col. Charles Lc Roy Youmans, military air 


War Dept 


30, 1943 






attach?. 












Lt. Comdr. Francis E. Taylor, naval attach? and 


Navy Dept 


Aug. 


28, 1943 






naval attach? for air. 












Lt. Comdr. Bryan D. Sheedy, asst. naval attach? 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 


22, 1942 






and asst. naval attach? for air. 










(T)..- 


Edward Livingston Tanner, agricultural attach?. 


Texas 




1 1945 






tOct. 
Dec. 


11 1943 








Louisiana . 


16, 1944 
14 1943 








Arizona. 


Dec 








Connecticut 




2, 1945 




CapHaitien (CA) 

Gonaives (CA) 






Dec. 


28, 1944 






Massachusetts 


Sept 


8, 1899 




HONDURAS 










Tegucigalpa (E) ._ 


John D. Erwin, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


Tennessee 


{Mar. 


27, 1943 


10, 000 








John B. Faust, second secretary; consul 


South Carolina __ 


July 


16, 1942 


4,700 




Roswell C. Beverstock, second secretary; vice 


California 


Oct. 


25, 1943 


4,100 




consul. 












Ralph N. Clough, third secretary; vice consul 


Washington 


Mar. 


18, 1942 


3,100 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attach? ._. _ . _ _ 


War Dept 




15, 1944 






Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military 


War Dept 


Feb. 


14, 1945 






air attach?. 












Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attach? and naval 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 


13, 1943 






attache for air. 












Lt. Col. Nathan A. Brown, asst. military attach? 


War Dept 


Jan. 


18, 1944 






Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Sept. 


8, 1943 






Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept.: 


Mar. 


6, 1942 






and asst. naval attach? for air. 












Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attach? and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 


21, 1942 






naval attach? for air. 












Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 


29, 1942 






asst. naval attach? for air. 












Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


June 


12, 1943 







naval attache for air. 










(T) 


Wilham L. McGinness, Jr., special assistant 


California 


Aug. 


15, 1942 






Albert K. Ludy, Jr., jmiior economic analyst 


Arizona 


Aug. 


25, 1943 





La Ceiba (C) 


Ernest V. Siracusa, vice consul.. . 


California 


Mar. 


25, 1943 


3,100 


(T) 


William Walker Richards, vice consul 


Virginia 


June 


21, 1944 






Edward Lowry Waggoner, vice consul ._ 


Ohio. 


Jan. 


11, 1945 




Puerto Cortes (C) 


Francis C. Jordan, vice consul ■ 


North Carolina . . 


Dec. 


9, 1943 


3,600 


(T) 


Vincent D. Williams, vice consul -.._... 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Honduras 


Oct. 

Sept. 


27, 1944 
1, 1943 




Tela (CA) 


Willis E . Walton, consular agent 





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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


HUNGARY 

Diplomatic relations with 
Hungary severed Dec. 11, 
1941; state of war declared 
by Hungary Dec. 13, 1941. 

Armistice with Hungary ef- 
fective Jan. 20, 1945. 

ICELAND 

Reykjavik (L) 


Louis Q. Dreyfus, Jr., envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Francis L. Spalding, second secretary; consul 


California 

Massachusetts. -- 

California 

Dist. Columbia.... 
Pennsylvania 

Ohio.. 


Mar. 21, 1944 

Feb. 12,1944 
Sept. 4,1941 
Jan. 30, 1945 
Mar. 17, 1945 

Feb. 20,1945 

Jan. 5, 1945 

Feb. 15,1944 

tMay 1, 1944 

JMay 1, 1944 

Dec. 24,1941 

Jan. 5, 1943 
Aug. 12,1944 
Oct. 29,1941 
Dec. 28,1942 

July 24,1943 
Nov. 8,1943 
Dec. 24,1941 

Mar. 19,1945 
Mar. 3,1945 
Nov. 28, 1944 
May 31, 1944 
Nov. 22, 1944 
Jan. 20,1945 

Sept. 29, 1943 


$10, 000 




4,300 


(T) 


Joseph H. Rogatnick, economic analyst 






Earle J Richcy, vice consul - . - 




IRAN 

Tehran (E) 


Wallace Murray, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 


17, 500 




Michigan 

Mississippi 

Ohio 


7,400 




James Somerville, commercial attach^.- 

M. Williams Blake, second secretary (vice consul). 
John D. Jernegan, second secretary (vice consul).. . 
C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., third secretary (vice 
consul) . 

Col. Joseph K. Baker, military attache 


7,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,500 


(MA) . . 


California 

New York 

War Dept 

War Dept... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

California 

Ohio 


(C) 


Maj. Carl F. Garver,i military air attache _.. 

Maj. Edward S. Kennedy, asst. military attache _ 
Maj. Robert B. Rigg, asst. military attach^ 

John D. Jernegan, vice consul (second secretary) . _ 
M. Williams Blake, vice consul (second secretary) _ 
C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., vice consul (third 
secretary). 

Harold B. Hoskins,^ adviser on economic affairs ... 
Ralph B. Curren,3 civil air attach^ 


4,000 




4,000 


(T).. 


New York 

New York. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Missouri. 


3,500 








T. Cuyler Young, press attache _ 












Randalls. Williams, Jr., attache . 


Virginia 




Tabriz (C) 


Gerald F. P. Dooher, junior economic analyst 

Samuel G, Ebling, consul 


New Jersey 

Ohio 


5,200 



1 Assigned also to Baghdad; resident in Tehran. 

2 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, and Jidda. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



27 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



IRAQ 

Baghdad (L) 



(MA). 



(T). 



Basra (C) . 

(T).-. 



IRELAND (filRE) 

Dublin (Baile Atha Cliath) 
(L). 



(MA). 



(CQ)_ 



(T). 



Galway (C A) . 
Cork(C) 



(T)-... 
Foynes (C) . 



ITALY 



Rome (Roma) (E). 



Ley W. Henderson, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
William D. Moreland, Jr., second secretary; consul. 
Robert B. Memminger, second secretary; consul.. 
Walter W. Birge, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. . 
Robert J. Gibbons, vice consul 



Col. Paul H. M. Converse, military attach^ 

Maj. Carl F. Oarver,' military air attach^. 

1st Lt. Archibald B. Roosevelt, Jr., asst. military 
attachg. 

Harold B. Hoskins,' adviser on economic affairs 

Ralph B . Curren,3 civil air attache 

Victor E. von Lossberg, commercial attache 



F. Lester Sutton, vice consul... 
Gus G. Stratton, vice consul . . . 
John J. Degan, Jr., vice consul. 



David Gray, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Montgomery H. Colladay, second secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attachg 



Lt. Col. George E. Sprague, military attache and 
military air attache. 



Thomas McEnelly, consul 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul. 
Charles M. Gerrity, vice consul 



Sanford Menter, vice consul. 



Robert A. Tennant, consular agent. . 

William A. Smale, consul 

Francis A . Lane, vice consul 

James Grant Powers, vice consul 

Cleveland B. McKnight, vice consul. 



Colorado. 



Oregon 

South Carolina. 

New York 

Ohio 



War Dept. 
War Dept. 
War Dept. 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



New Jersey. 
New York.. 
New York.. 



Florida. 



Connecticut... 
Pennsylvania. 

War Dept 



New York 

California 

Pennsylvania . 

Texas 



Ireland 

California. 
Missouri.. 
California. 
Georgia... 



July 8, 1943 

Oct. 11,1943 

Nov. 27, 1944 

Dee. 7, 1943 

Feb. 23, 1945 

Feb. 2, 1944 

Aug. 12, 1944 

July 7, 1944 

Mar. 19,1945 

Mar. 3, 1945 

Feb. 13, 1945 

Nov. 11, 1943 

Oct. 18,1943 

Jan. 29, 1945 



Feb. 16, 1940 

Feb. 15, 1945 

Aug. 15, 1944 

tMar. 27, 1945 



Jan. 15, 1945 

Nov. 8, 1940 

July 19, 1941 

Oct. 16,1944 



May 
Sept. 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 



4, 1901 
14, 1938 
19, 1941 

2, 1945 
23, 1945 



Illinois. 



Dec. 8,1944 



Tennessee... 
Washington. 



Feb. 
Dec. 



20, 1945 
3, 1943 



Ohio 

Connecticut. 

Iowa. -- 

New York.. 
Louisiana.-. 



Aug. 21, 1944 
Mar. 12, 1945 
Mar. 5,1945 
JFeb. 10, 1945 
JFeb. 10, 1945 



Alexander C. Kirk, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

David McK. Key, counselor of embassy 

Charles A. Livengood, counselor of embassy for 

economic affairs. 

John F. Huddleston, second secretary; consul 

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

J. Wesley Jones, second secretary; consul 

John L. Qoshie, second secretary; vice consul 

n. Gardner Ainsworth, third secretary; vice 

consul. 
' Assigned also to and resident in Tehran. 

2 A.ssigned also to Addis Ababa, Beirut, Jidda, and Tehran. 

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

< Assigned also to London and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland established 
in England; resident in London. 



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Post 



ITALY— Continued 

Rome (Roma) (E)— Contin- 
ued. 



(T). 



Florence (Firenze) (C). 



Naples (Napoli) (CG)_ 



(T). 



Palermo (C). 



(T). 



For officers on duty in special 
offices at Naples and Rome, 
see p. 56. 

JAPANESE EMPIRE 

State of war declared by 
Japan Dec. 7, 1941 (U. S. 
time). 

• Temporarily. 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Byron B. Snyder, third secretary; vice consul. 
Robert H. McBride, third secretary; vice consul. 

Victor H. Loftus, vice consul 

Joseph R. Evans, vice consul 

Frank G. Mitchell, vice consul 

Linton Crook, vice consul. 

Robert A. Griggs, vice consul 



Russell Stanley Kifer, agricultural attache 

Biagio di Venuti, economic analyst.. -. 

John Clarke Adams, attache 

James Parker Wilson, agricultural economist. 

Emile Bagnoli, economic analyst 

Bernard Bernardoni, economic analyst 

John I. Kross, agricultural economist.. 

Richard R. Leonard, economic analyst _. 

Miss Edelen Fogarty, economic analyst 

William H. Ziegler,' vice consul 

William C. Barrett,' vice consul 

Frederick P. Mascioli, vice consul 



Walter W. Orebaugh, consul.. 

Frank C. NiccoU, vice consul 

George L. Brandt, consul general 

Knowlton V. Hicks, consul 

Fred W. Jandrey, consul 

William E. Flournoy, Jr., consul 

William L. Blue, vice consul 

Peter Constan, vice consul 

Erich W. A. Hoffman, vice consul 

Harold M. Qranata, vice consul.. 

L. Lazlo Ecker-Racz, senior economic analyst... 

David J. Pearsall, vice consul 

Franklin H. Murrell, vice consul 

Miss Darthea Speyer, vice consul... 

Charles H. Rapp, vice consul 

Miss Patricia Foster, vice consul 

Miss Klara Cecilia Wolf, administrative assistant 

Fred Qodsey, vice consul 

David T. Holland, vice consul 

Royal H. Fowler, Jr., vice consul 

William H . McClain, vice consul 

Alfred T. Nester, consul general 

William L. Peek, consul 

Robert McDonald Sheehan, vice consul 

Bruce W. Forbes, vice consul.. 



California 

Michigan 

Massachusetts.. 
Dist. Columbia. 

Michigan 

Alabama 

New York 



Maryland 

Massachusetts.. 

Illinois 

California 

Pennsylvania... 

Texas *.. 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania... 
Dist. Columbia. 

New Jersey 

N ew York 

Dist. Columbia. 



Kansas 

Colorado 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York 

Wisconsin.. 

Virginia 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts.. 

Wisconsin 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Florida 

Pennsylvania... 
Pennsylvania... 

New York 

New York 

Texas 

Pennsylvania... 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

New York 

Connecticut 

Dist. Columbia. 
New York 



Date of as- 
signment 



Oct. 11,1944 
tFeb. 10, 1945 
Sept. 20, 1944 
tNov. 15, 1944 
Feb. 1,1945 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Dec. 2, 1944 



Jan. 

June 

Dec. 

JJan. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 



29, 1945 

10. 1944 
6, 1944 

25. 1945 

30. 1944 

12. 1945 
23,1944 
16, 1944 
25, 1944 
18, 1944 
19, 1944 

3, 1944 



Oct. 


28, 1944 


Nov 


15, 1944 


Mar 


9, 1944 


Mar 


11, 1944 


Oct. 


31, 1944 


Mar 


20, 1945 


Mar 


23, 1944 


Feb. 


18, 1944 


Mar. 


6,1944 


Feb. 


19, 1944 


Dec. 


1, 1944 


Feb. 


1, 1945 


Feb. 


23, 1944 


Oct. 


16, 1944 


Oct. 


18, 1944 


Dec. 


5, 1944 


Feb. 


21, 1945 


Feb. 


24, 1945 


Feb. 


26, 1945 


Mar. 


3, 1945 


Mar. 


3, 1945 


Jan. 


5, 1944 


Apr. 


26, 1944 


Jan. 


5, 1944 


Feb. 


15, 1944 



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29 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



LATVIA 

Legation at Riga closed. 

LEBANON 
Beirut (L) 



(MA). 



(T). 



Monrovia (L), 



UECHTENSTEIN 

Vaduz (CO).. 

LITHUANIA 

Legation at Kaunas closed. 

LUXEMBOURG 
Luxembourg (L) 



(MA). 



George Wadsworth,' envoy e.xtraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

James T. Scott, 2 commercial attach^ 

Gordon H. Mattison, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
W. Horton Schoellkopf, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 

Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson, 2 military attache 

Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attache.. 
Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,^ asst. military attache 

Harold B. Hoskins,^ adviser on economic affairs . 

Ralph B. Curren,* civil air attache 

Frederick A. Kuhn, assistant commercial attach^ 
Elroy O. La Casce, Jr., \ice consul 

Lester A. Walton, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

William C. George, vice consul 

Rupert A. Lloyd, vice consul 

Sam E. Woods,' consul general 



New York 

Georgia 

Ohio 

Florida 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

New York 

New York 

Dist. Columbia 
Maine 

New York 

Dist. Columbia 
Virginia 

Mississippi 



Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and Ohio. 

plenipotentiary. 
George P. Waller,' first secretary; consul Alabama. 



Col. William M. Dunn,' military attache 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy,' military air attache.. 
Maj. Robert L. Grosjean,' asst. military attache . 



(T) Howard B. Railey," civil air attache.. Alabama Jan. 2,1945 



War Dept. 
War Dept. 
War Dept- 



tSept. 21, 1944 

Oct. 7, 1942 
Oct. 28, 1944 

Nov. 12,1943 



tJan. 8, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Apr. 10,1944 

Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3, 1945 
Sept. 30, 1944 
Feb. 16,1945 



July 22,1935 

Nov. 12, 1936 
Apr. 17,1942 



July 3, 1942 



Sept 21,1944 

Sept. 9,1944 

Feb. 1, 1945 
Jan. 31, 1945 
Jan. 31,1945 



' Accredited also to Syria. 

2 Assigned also to Damascus; resident in Beirut. 

3 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Jidda, and Tehran. 

* Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran, resident in Cairo. 
5 Assigned also to and resident in Zurich, Switzerland. 

8 Accredited also to Belgium. 
' Assigned also to Brussels. 

9 Assigned also to and resident in Brussels. 

« Assigned to and resident in Paris; accredited also to Bern and Brussels. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



MEXICO 

Mexico, D. F. (E)-. 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



George S. Messersmith, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Herbert S. Bursley, counselor of embassy 

Thomas H. Lockett, counselor of embassy for 

economic affairs. 
Maurice L. Stafford, consul general; first secretary. 

Charles A. Bay, commercial attach^ _. _ 

Raleigh A. Gibson, first secretary; consul _ 

Sidney E. O'Donoghue, second secretary; consul. 

Guy W. Ray, second secretary; consul 

Paul J. Reveley, second secretary; consul 

Walter J. Linthicum, second secretary; consul... 

Forrest K. Qeerken, second secretary; consul 

William K. Ailshie, second secretary; vice consul. 

Carl W. Strom, second secretary, vice consul 

David A. Thomasson, second secretary; vice 

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

Robert F. Hale, third secretary; vice consul 

Albert E. Pappano, vice consul 

Marc L. Severe, vice consul. 

J. Stanford Edwards, vice consul 

James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul 

Philip D. Sumner, vice consul 

W. John Wilson, Jr., vice consul 

Raymond Bastianello, vice consul 

Louis B. Mazzeo, vice consul 

Louis F. Blanchard, vice consul 

Armando E. Vargas, vice consul 

William L. Brewster, vice consul 

Hugh Veltman, vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Brig. Gen. Arthur R. Harris, military attache.. 

Col. George P. Champion, military airattach^.. 

Capt. Andrew S. Hickey, naval attache and 
naval attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Cantwell C. Brown, asst. military at- 
tache. 

Maj. Robert E. Battles, asst. military attache... 

Maj. Desmond Holdridge,asst. military attache. 

Capt. Henry L. Wightman, asst. military attache. 

Lt. Comdr. Edward C. Dougherty, asst. naval 
attache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. (jg) Allen Taulbee, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 



Jacob Bernard Qibbs, agricultural attache. 

John P. Wagman, senior economic analyst 

Evert Lee Stancliff, senior economic analyst. 

Gilbert J. Brown, special consultant 

Nathan L. Whetten, rural sociologist 

Roswell W. Prouty, attache.. 

Robert Bradbury, senior economic analyst 

Lew B. Clark, senior economic analyst.. 

William E. Clayton, special assistant.. 

William A. Conkright, senior economic analyst.. 

Charles B. Parker, senior economic analyst 

Charles Henry Stevens, cultural-relations attache. 

Henry F. Holland, special assistant... 

Herbert N. Higgins, senor economic analyst 

George L. Richert, special assistant 



Delaware. 



Dist. Columbia. 
Kentucky 



California... 
Minnesota.. 

Illinois 

New Jersey.. 

Alabama 

Connecticut. 

Maryland 

Miimesota.. 

Idaho 

Iowa. 

Kentucky... 



Pennsylvania... 

Oregon 

Missouri 

Iowa 

New York 

Texas.. 

New York 

Montana 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. 

New Mexico 

Arizona... 

Texas 

Michigan 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

War Dept... 



War Dept... 
War Dept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept. 



Missouri 

New Jersey 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

CaMfornia 

Louisiana 

New York 

Texas 

Dist. Columbia. 

New York 

New Jersey 

Texas 

New York 

Idaho 



Date of as- 
signment 



Dec. 4, 1941 

Sept. 28,1942 
JNov. 5,1942 



JAug. 
{Nov. 
JAug. 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

June 
tAug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

June 

July 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

June 

Apr. 
tOct. 
tMay 

Oct. 

June 
JJan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 



23, 1943 

13. 1942 

9. 1941 

1. 1942 

26. 1941 

2. 1943 

23. 1943 

21. 1944 

2. 1939 

6. 1943 

17. 1942 

6, 1942 
11,1942 
5, 1942 

30. 1941 
24, 1045 

1. 1940 

16. 1943 
4, 1929 

6. 1944 
21, 1940 

23. 1942 

24. 1945 
16, 1945 

7. 1945 



Mar. 31, 1943 
June 26,1944 
Nov. 29, 1943 

Apr. 3, 1943 

Mar. 20, 1942 
Apr. 17,1944 
Oct. 2, 1943 
May 23,1944 

Jan. 8, 1945 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

July 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

Oct. 



22, 1945 

8. 1943 
29, 1943 
21, 1943 
24, 1942 

1, 1942 
2, 1945 

9. 1941 

5. 1942 

7. 1944 

20. 1941 

13. 1942 
1, 1942 

23. 1943 
28, 1943 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



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Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



MEXICO— Continued 



Mexico, D. F. (E)— Con. 
(T)— Continued. 



Acapulco de JuSrez, Guer- 
rero (VC). 
Agua Prieta, Sonora (C) 



Chihuahua, Chihuahua (C).. 

Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 
(C). 



Durango, Durango (C) 

Guadalajara, Jalisco (C) 

Manzanillo, Colima 
(VC). 
Ouaymas, Sonora (C) 

(T) 

Matamoros, Tamaullpas (C). 

(T) 

MazatMn, Sinaloa (C) 

(T) 

Mfrida, YucatSn (C) 

Mexicah, Baja California (C) 



Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (C). 



(T) 

Nogales, Sonora (C)- 

(T).— 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamauli; as 

(C). 

(T) 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila 

(C). 
Reynosa, Tamaulipas (C).. 

641074—45 Z 



Henry E. Allen, junior economic analyst 

Horace Harper Braun, economic analyst 

Mervin G. Smith, assistant to the agricultural 
attache. 

Robert W. Wagner, economic analyst 

Austin W. Hyde, Jr., vice consul 

Theodore H. Meyer, economic analyst 

Frederick R. Mangold, economic analyst- 

Abbott S. Burns, economic analyst 

Edward W. May, junior agricultural economist. 

John L. Weaver, vice consul 

Alvin C. Detwiler, vice consul 

Robert S. Hoard, vice consul... 

William Clarke Vyse, consul 

Raymond Phelan, vice consul... 

Phillip H. Fahrenholz, vice consul 

John S. Calvert, consul 

Robert K. Peyton, vice consul 

William P. Blocker, consul general 

Stephen E. Aguirre, consul 

Earl T. Grain, vice consul 

Harry K. Pangburn, vice consul 

J. D. Lambeth, vice consul 

John C. Hawley, vice consul 

Earl Wilbert Eaton, vice consul 

James E. Henderson, consul 

Henry T. Unverzagt, vice consul 

Walter E. Kneeland, vice consul.. 

Myron H. Schraud, vice consul 

Franklin V. C. Jones, vice consul 

Cyril L. F. Thiel, consul 

Abraham Vigil, vice consul. 

John G. Van Zile, vice consul 

Stewart E. McMilliu, consul 

Thomas M. Powell, vice consul 

Arthur V. Metcalfe, vice consul 

Stephen C. Worster, vice consul. 

John B. Ketcham, consul 

William B. Murray, vice consul 

Howard L. Walker, Jr., vice consul 

Henry S. Waterman, consul 

Merlin E. Smith, vice consul 

Manuel J. Codoner, vice consul. 

Timothy John Mahoney, vice consul 

Edward C. Webster, Jr., vice consul.. 

T. Ayres Robertson, vice consul 

Ben Zweig, vice consul 

Givon M. Parsons, vice consul 

George R. Martin, vice consul 

Frederick D. Hunt, vice consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul 

Kennedy M. Crockett, vice consul 

Gilbert R. Willson, consul 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul 

Henry G. Krausse, vice consul , 



Texas 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Texas 

New York 

North Carolina 
Massachusetts. 

Iowa 

New York 

Vermont 

California. 

Dist. Columbia 

California 

Rhode Island. . 
North Carolina 

New Jersey 

Texas 

Texas 

Illinois 

Kentucky 

Texas... 

New York 

Texas 

California 

Virginia 

Texas 

Texas 

Florida 

Illinois.. 

Colorado 

Michigan 

Kansas. 

Texas 

California 

Maine 

New York 

Iowa 

California 

Washington 

Ohio 

New York 

California 

Massachusetts.. 

Missouri 

Illinois . 

Texas 

Arizona 

Dist. Columbia 

Alabama 

Texas 

Texas.. 

Massachusetts. 
Texas 



July 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

June 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 



July 6; 



Feb. 
July 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
tJune 
Jime 
Apr. 
NoY. 
Dec. 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 
tJune 

Apr. 
tApr. 

Nov. 

Mar. 
JDec. 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 
tMay 

Oct. 

Mar. 
tApr. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

May 



1942 
1943 
1942 



1943 
1944 
1943 
1942 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1944 

1943 

1943 
1941 
1945 
1944 
1939 
1938 
1942 
1943 
1930 
1942 
1944 
1934 
1944 
1944 
1943 

1943 
1945 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1945 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1941 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1937 
1929 
1942 



$4,900 



4,900 

9,200 
4,300 
4,500 



4,300 



4,400 



4,900 



5,000 



6,900 
3,400 



3,100 
4,900 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



MEXICO— Continued 

San Luis PotosI, San Luis 

Potosi (C). 
Tampico, Tamaulipas (C)... 

Tijuana, Baja California (C). 



(T) - 

Torreon, Coahuila.(C) - 

(T) 

Veracruz, Veracruz (C) 

(T) 

Tapachula, Chiapas 
(VC). 

MOROCCO 



Tangier (Tanger) (L). 



(MA&NA). 



(T) -- . 

Casablanca (C), 

(T) 

Rabat (C) 



Curtis C. Jordan, consul 

Francis H. Styles, consul 

Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., vice consul 

Horatio Mooers, consul 

Willys A. Myers, vice consul..- __ 

Francis M. Withey, vice consul 

William A. Campbell, vice consul 

John F. Fitzgerald, vice consul 

Stanley O. Slavens, consul.. 

Charles F. Richai'dson, vice consul 

Ilo C. Funk, consul 

Elias G. Garza, vice consul 

Ray Ground, vice consul 

H. Claremont Moses, vice consul 



California 

Virginia 

Texas 

Maine 

Iowa 

Michigan 

California 

Pennsylvania.. 

Texas 

Massachusetts. 

Colorado. 

Texas 

Oregon 

South Carolina. 



Mar. 26, 1942 



Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
May 
Jan. 
tJune 
May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
May 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Apr. 



13, 1945 

5. 1943 

7. 1944 
6,1944 

2. 1945 
26, 1944 

27. 1944 

21. 1943 

16. 1945 

31. 1944 

23. 1942 
19. 1944 

24. 1943 



J. Rives Childs, counselor of legation; consul 
general. 

John Goodyear, third secretary; consul 

A. David Fritzlan, third secretary; vice consul 

Vernon L. Fluharty,' vice consul. 

Fraser Wilkins, third secretary; vice consul 

Elliott Doniger, vice consul 



Virginia- 



Mew York- 
Kentueky_. 

Ohio 

Nebraska.. 
New York. 



Lt. Col. John W. Edwards,' military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Robert W. Gilmore, naval attach^ 

and naval attache for air. 

Maj. George J. Starr, asst. military attache. 

Capt. Randolph H. Braxton, asst. military 

attach^. 
Lt. Joseph C. Fox, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Paul AV. Lashly, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Richard Mason Bownass, attache 

Edward R. Duer, Jr., vice consul 

Alfonso Rodrigues, vice consul 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul general. . 

Robert T. Cowan, vice consul 

Robert L. Hunter, vice consul 

John Jessup Howell, economic analyst. 

Robert Olaf Waring, vice consul 

Maui ice Pasquet, consul 

Donald A, Dumont, vice consul.. 



War Dept. . 
Navy Dept- 

War Dept-.. 
War Dept... 



Navy Dept . 
Navy Dept- 



tMar. 30, 1944 

Aug. 8, 1944 
Nov. 11, 1943 
Nov. 13, 1944 
Dec. 7, 1943 
July 24,1944 

tMar. 15,1945 
Mar. 9, 1944 

Mar. 9.1944 
Mar. 19, 1945 

Mar. 8,1944 

Mar. 8,1944 



Illinois. 

New York 

Michigan 

Michigan 

Texas 

South Dakota. 

Kentucky 

New York 

New York 

New York 



July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
JDec. 
Feb. 
June 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
May 



15. 1943 

28. 1944 
3, 1945 

22, 1944 
6, 1945 
3, 1944 
23, 1944 
18, 1944 
11, 1943 
6, 1943 



4,500 



J Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



33 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


NETHERLANDS AND 










POSSESSIONS 










(Netherlands)! 










The Hague ('s Gravenhage) 


Stanley K. Hornbeck, ambassador extraordinary 


Colorado 


Sept. 21, 1944 


$17, 500 


(E). 


and plenipotentiary. 










Jesse F. Van Wickel, commercial attache 


New York 

New York 


lOct. 9,1944 
Dec. 22, 1944 


7,200 




George J. Haering, first secretary; consul.. . 


7,000 
5,100 




Sidney H. Browne, second secretary- 


New Jersey 


Oct. 9, 1944 




Livingston Satterthwaite,2 civil air attache 


Pennsylvania 


Aug. 15,1944 


4,300 




Alden M. Haupt, vice consul 


Illinois 


Jan. 3, 1945 

Nov. 21, 1944 
Mar. 8, 1945 


3,100 


(T) 


William H. Riddell, agricultural adviser . 








Theodore A. Veenstra, attache 


Pennsylvania... 






Miss Ann Van Wynen, vice consul . 


Texas 


Feb. 10, 1945 




(MA & NA) 


Col. Frank M. S. Johnson, military attach^ 


War Dept-- 

Navy Dept 


Mar. 24, 1945 






Comdr. Julius Fleischmaim,^ naval attache and 


Sept. 16, 1944 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,^ asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Sept. 23, 1943 






Maj. Thor B. Ellingsen,3 asst. military attache... 


War Dept 


Sept. 6,1943 






Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,' asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Jan. 16,1943 






1st Lt. Willem E. Boom, 3 asst. military attache 


War Dept- 


July 12,1944 






for air. 










Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,^ asst. naval at- 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 2, 1944 






tache and asst. naval attachfe for air. 










Lt. Edgar H. Clark, 3 asst. naval attachfi and 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 25, 1943 






asst. naval attache lor air. 








Consular offices in Nether- 










lands closed. 










(Possessions) 










Consular offices in enemy- 










occupied possessions closed. 










Curacao, West Indies (CG).. 


Lynn W. Franklin, consul 


Maryland.. . . 


Jan. 25,1945 


6,600 




Jones R. Trowbridge, vice consul ..... 


Georgia . . 


Feb. 13,1941 




Aruba(VC) 


Carl 0. Hawthorne, vice consul 


Missouri 


Nov. 26, 1943 




Paramaribo, Surinam (C) 


Lee R. Blohm, consul 


Arizona 


Sept. 7,1944 


5,100 




James S. Lawton, vice consul . 


Illinois 


Sept. 13, 1941 




NEW ZEALAND 








Wellington (L) -. 


Kenneth S. Patton, envoy extraordinary and 


Virginia... ... 


Mar. 21, 1944 


10, 000 




minister plenipotentiary. 










Prescott Childs, first secretary; consul 


Massachusetts... 


Aug. 26,1943 


6,000 




Basil D. Dahl, commercial attache 


Wisconsin 

Iowa 


JFeb. 10,1942 
Aug. 28,1943 


5,100 






4,400 




Elvin Seibert, second secretarj'; consul ... 


New York.. 


Mar. 19, 1945 


4,200 




J. Jefferson Jones, 3d, third secretary; vice consul.. 


Tennessee 


Aug. 21,1943 


3,400 



1 Government of the Netherlands established in England. 

' Assigned also to London and Dublin, and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, Norway, and Poland established 
in England; resident in London. 

' Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, Norway, and Poland established in England. 



34 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



NEW ZEALAND— Con. 

■Wellington (L)— Continued. 
(MA& NA) 



(T). 



Christchurch (CA)_ 

Dunedin (CA) 

Auckland (C) 



NICARAGUA 

Managua (E) 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Matagalpa (CA). 

NORWAY « 

Oslo (E) 



Col. John Henry Nankivell, military attache 

Maj. Richard A. Toole, military air attache 

Capt. Lloyd R. Gray, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. John M. Bowie, asst. naval attachg and asst. 

naval attaehfi for air. 

Gordon Cummings I-aughlin, agricultural attache. 
John B. Brockman, economic analyst.. 



War Dept-.. 
War Dept-.. 
Navy D^pt. 

Navy Dept.. 



Oregon. 



H. P. Bridge, consular agent 

Harman Reeves, consular agent _ 
John C. Fuess, vice consul. 



, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Harold D. Finley, first secretary; consul 

Jule B. Smith, acting commerical attache 

Maurice M. Bernbaum, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
David T. Ray, third secretary; vice consul 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air 

attache. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval 

attache (or air. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick B.Judson, asst. military attach^- 
Lt. Walter B. Mahony, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Paul A. Goodin, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard W. Rastetter, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Joseph P. Crockett, special assistant 

Rodolfo O. Rivera, special assistant 

Arnaldo Berenguer, junior economic analyst 

Miss Bernice R. Spears, ^ice consul 

Miss Marie Louise Ralph, cuJtmal-relations 
assistant. 



John A. Willey, consular agent. 



Lithgow Osborne, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 
Orsen N. Nielsen, counselor of embassy; consul 

general. 
H. Lawrence Groves, counselor of embassy for 
economic affairs. 



New Zealand... 
New Zealand-. - 
MassachusettS- 



May 4, 1942 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Sept. 4,1944 

Jan. 24,1945 



Mar. 14, 1945 
Dec. 22,1943 

Mar. 31, 1928 
Apr. 6, 1920 
July 6, 1943 



New York- 

Texas 

Illinois 



California. 



War Dept. 
War Dept. 



Navy Dept. 

War Dept-.. 
War Dept— 
Navy Dept- 



Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 



Tennessee 

North Carolina. - 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. . 
Dist. Columbia. . 



California- 



New York 

Wisconsin.. 

Pennsylvania 



Nov. 2, 1943 

|Mar. 25, 1944 

Feb. 12,1945 

Oct. 16,1943 

Jan. 15, 1944 
Feb. 14, 1945 

Mar. 13, 1943 

Sept. 8.1943 
Dec. 28,1943 
Mar. 6,1942 

July 21,1942 

July 29,1942 

June 12,1943 



Dec. 24,1942 
Feb. 18,1943 
July 12,1944 
Aug. 9, 1944 
Feb. 5, 1945 



tSept. 13, 1929 

Sept. 21, 1944 
Oct. 11,1944 
Dec. 29, 1944 



1 Government of Norway established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



35 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pomted 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


NORWAY— Continued 

Oslo (E) — Continued 


Winthrop S. Greene, first secretary . . .. 


Massachusetts... 

Pennsylvania 

Nebraska 

Kentucky.. 

WarDept 

WarDept 

WarDept. 

WarDept 

WarDept. 

WarDept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept. 

Navy Dept 

Dist. Columbia.. 
Iowa .. 


Feb. 7, 1944 
Aug. 15,1944 
Mar. 28, 1945 

Feb. 10,1945 

Feb. 9, 1945 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Sept. 6,1943 
Mar. 22, 1945 

Jan. 16,1943 
July 12,1944 

Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 

Oct. 24,1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Feb. 27,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 

Feb. 14,1941 
Dec. 31,1942 
Mar. 14, 1945 
Nov. 15, 1943 
tDec. 29,1930 

Oct. 6, 1944 

Feb. 9, 1945 

Jan. 16,1945 
{Jan. 15,1940 
Oct. 16,1943 

Nov. 13, 1944 
Apr. 29,1943 

Oct. 15,1943 

Mar. 21, 1944 


$6, 000 




Livingston Satterthwaite,' civil air attache 

H. Francis Cunningham, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 
William Frank Lebus, Jr., vice consul 


4,300 
3,600 


(MA & NA) 


Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attache. . 




(T) 


Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,2 asst. military attache 

Maj. Thor B. Ellingsen,^ asst. military attache... 

Maj. Lester J. Johnsen, asst. military attache for 
air. 

Capt. Paul M. Birkelaud,^ asst. military attache. . 

1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,2 asst. military attache 
for air. 

Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,^ asst. naval attache 
and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,^ asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 

Lt. Edgar H. Clark, 2 asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

A. Willing Patterson, senior economic analyst 

Miss Zolita F. Kent.s administrative assistant 

L. Milner Duim, vice consul 










Utah 






Robert Grant KftPland, vice consul . 


Oregon.. 




Consular offices in Norway 
closed. 

PALESTINE AND TRANS- 
JORDAN 

Jerusalem (CG) ...... 


Lowell C. Pinkerton, consul general 


Missouri 


9,600 




Malcolm P. Hooper, consul 


Maryland 

Oklahoma 

New Jersey 

Illinois 


5,500 




Robert Janz, consul 


4,500 




Hedley V. Cooke, Jr., consul ... 


4,200 




Edward W. Blatchford, vice consul 




(T) 


Wells Stabler, vice consul 


Dist. Columbia.. 
Ohio 




PANAMA 

Panama (E) 


R. Henry Norweb, appointed ambassador extraor- 
dinary and plenipotentiary. 
Walter J. Donnelly, counselor of embassy. . 


17, 500 




Dist. Columbia.. 

Tennessee 

Connecticut 

Virginia 


8,000 




Ashley B. Sowell, commercial attache 


8,200 




Frederick P. Latimer, Jr., second secretary; 

consul. 

T. Muldrup Forsyth, second secretary; consul 

V. Lansing Collins, Jr., third secretary; vice 

consul. 
Henry L. Pitts, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 


4,600 
4,100 


(NA) 


New York 

New York 

Navy Dept 


3,500 
3,100 







> Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Poland estab- 
lished in England; resident in London. 

' Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Poland established in England. 
* Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Poland established in England. 



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Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


PANAMA— Continued 

Panama (E)— Continued. 
(T) 


Donald W. Forsyth, senior economic analyst 

Gail Murphy, senior economic analyst. ..... 


Pennsylvania 

Florida 

Georgia 

Virginia 


June 7, 1944 
July 29,1944 
June 15, 1944 
Nov. 14, 1942 
Mar. 2,1945 
Mar. 8,1945 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Feb. 16,1945 

May 29, 1943 
May 29, 1943 
Mar. 3,1943 

Mar. 21, 1944 

Sept. 30, 1943 
May 2,1944 
Aug. 3, 1942 

Jan. 27,1943 

Nov. 15, 1944 

Jan. 28,1944 

Apr. 7, 1944 
May 22, 1944 

June 7, 1944 
Feb. 15,1945 
Nov. 4, 1941 
Sept. 2,1943 
Feb. 22,1943 

Jan. 29,1944 

tDec. 9. 1942 
tDec. 9, 1942 

July 27,1944 
Oct. 1, 1942 
May 25,1944 
Sept. 11, 1941 

Sept. 27, 1940 
tMar. 6,1944 

Mar. 7,1942 










W. Tapley Bennett, Jr. , jimior economic analyst . . 
C. William Cowles, vice consul 






Donn Alfred Cass, administrative assistant 

George E. Palmer, vice consul . .. ... 


Louisiana 

Rhode Island 

New York 

Ohio 






Wilfred P. Allard, vice consul .. 






ThomasE. Walker, vice consul.. 




Almirante (CA) ._ 


Harry R.Lewis, consular agent 


Florida 




Puerto Armuelles (CA)_.. 


LewisB. Tolman, consular agent 






Colon (C) 


Arthur R. Williams, consul 


Colorado 


$4, 100 

10, 000 

7,900 
6,200 


PARAGUAY 

Asuncion (E) 


Willard L. Beaulac, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Leslie E. Reed, consul general, first secretary 

Harold M. Randall, commercial attache 


Rhode Island 

Minnesota 

Iowa 






Frederick J. Cunningham, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
Charles E. Apple, vice consul 


Massachusetts... 
Iowa 


4.200 


(MA&NA) 


Lt. Col. Howard Jack Shipley, mihtary air at- 

tachS. 
Lt. Comdr. Luis J. Martin, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Capt. Hugh L. Stone, Jr., asst. military attache.. 
Lt. (jg) Herman W. Seller, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attache 


War Dept __ 

Navy Dept 

War Dept. 

Navy Dept 

California _ 

New Mexico 

New York 

New York 

Virginia 




(T) 






Robert D. Howard, cultural-relations attache 

Morrill Cody, cultural-relations attache . . 






David A. de Lima, economic analyst. 






Harry L. Hamlette, junior economic analyst 

John Campbell White, ambassador extraordi- 
nary and plenipotentiary. 

Jefferson Patterson, counselor of embassy 

Juhan C. Greenup, counselor of embassy for 
economic affairs. 

Edward G. Trueblood, first secretary 

Frederick W. Hinke, second secretary; consul.. . 

John J. Macdonald, second secretary; consul 

Bernard C. Connelly, second secretary; vice con- 
sul. 

Rolland Welch, second secretary; vice consul 

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

consul. 
Charles C. Gidney, Jr., vice consul 




PERU 
Lima (E) 


New York _ 

Ohio 


17 500 




7,600 




California 

Illinois 

New York 

Missouri 

Illinois 


7,000 

5,100 
4.800 
4,600 
4,500 




Texas 


4,200 




Illinois 


4,000 




Texas... 





Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo; resident in Rio de Janeiro, 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



37 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


PERU— Continued 

Lima (E)— Continued. 

(MA & NA) 


Col. Woodson F. Hocker, military attach^ 

Maj. Louis Cecil Blau, military air attache 

Capt. Willard R. Gaines, naval attache and naval 

attachg for air. 
Maj. George Alexander Little, asst. military 

attache. 
Maj Jay R Reist, asst. military attache 


War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

War Dept- 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 

Nevada . 


Dec. 31,1942 
July 24,1944 
Mar. 15, 1939 

July 9, 1942 

Aug. 24, 1942 
May 3,1943 
Aug. 23, 1944 

July 24,1944 

June 16,1943 

July 1, 1942 
Nov. 4,1944 
Dec. 16,1941 
Feb. 16,1943 
June 21,1944 
Jan. 12,1945 
Apr. '8,1944 
Aug. 17,1942 
Aug. 17,1942 
Mar. 25, 1944 
June 11,1943 
Oct. 10,1944 

Nov. 25, 1944 
Aug. 25,1943 

}Mar. 21, 1945 
Feb. 28,1945 
Apr. 6, 1931 
June 27,1934 
Dec. 30,1940 

Jan. 22,1945 
Jan. 29,1945 
Jan. 27,1945 
Jan. 13,1945 
Jan. 13,1945 

Jan. 16,1945 
Feb. 16.1945 








(T). 


Capt. .Alexander S. Parr, asst. military attache... 
Lt. Comdr. Donald S. Johnson, asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. John F. Withrow, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

William 0. Vanderburg, minerals attache 

Howard L. Nostrand, cultural-relations attache.. 

Herbert Hallett, senior economic analyst 

Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural adviser. ... _ ... 






Washington 

Connecticut 

Wisconsin 

Texas 

Oklahoma 

California 

California 

New York 

Kentucky 












. Findley Weaver, senior economic analyst 

Jesse G. Benson, senior economic analyst 







Ivo H. Lopizich, special assistant i 












Charles D. Mitchell, economic analyst 






Eugene G. Christin, economic analyst 






Miss Bettye M. Bohanon, assistant to the petro- 
leum attache. 
Roy Leonard Davis, vice consul 


Virginia 






Virginia 




Arequipa (VC) 


Miss Miriam Therese Kropp, junior economic 

analyst. 


California 

California. 

Minnesota 

New York 

Peru ... 


$3, 100 


Iquitos (VC) (T) 


George Henry Zontz, vice consul 




La Oroya (CA) 


Norman Duncan, consular agent 




MoUendo (CA) 


Felipe Ferrer M., consular agent 




Salaverry (CA) 


Jacob Reznik, consular agent 


California 

Virginia 




PraLIPPINE ISLANDS 
Manila (CO) 




7,000 




J. Bartlett Richards, consul. 


Maryland... 

New York 

Virginia 


7,000 




Monroe B. Hall, consul . . . . 


5,000 




W. Garland Ricliardson, consul 


4,300 




TT, Alexis Johnson, onnsnl 


California 

Texas 


4,100 


(T) 








Paul J. Haldeman, vice consul 


New York 





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



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


POLAND 1 










Warsaw (Warszawa) (E) 


Arthur Bliss Lane, appointed ambassador ex- 
traordinary and plenipotentiary. 


New York 


Sept. 21, 1944 


$17. 500 




Gerald Keith, counselor of embassy 


Illinois 


Nov. 15, 1944 


6,200 




Marcel E. Malige, counselor of embassy for eco- 


Idaho 


Dec. 23,1944 


7,000 




nomic aflairs. 












Oct. 16, 1944 


4,700 




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


California 


jDec. 29,1944 


4,500 




Livingston Sattcrthwaite,^ civil air attache. 


Pennsylvania 


Aug. 15,1944 


4,300 




Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., third secretary; vice consul. 


Michigan 


Nov. 17, 1944 


3,500 




Thomas P. Dillon, vice consul... 


Missouri . . 


Feb. 2, 1945 
Feb. 9, 1945 


3,100 


(MA & NA) 


WarDept 

Navy Dept 






Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,' naval attache and 


Sept. 16, 1944 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Col. Aage Woldike,' asst. military attache... 


WarDept 


Sept. 23, 1943 






Maj. Thor B. Ellingsen,' asst. military attache... 


WarDept 


Sept. 6,1043 






Capt. Paul M. Birkeland,^ asst. military attache. 


WarDept... 


Jan. 16,1943 






1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,' asst. military attache 


WarDept- _ 


July 12,1944 






for air. 










Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval at- 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 2, 1944 






tache and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Edgar H. Clark,' asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 25, 1943 






naval attache for air. 








(T) 


Floyd J. Dubas, economic analyst 


Nebraska... 


Mar. 28,1945 






Justic E. Gist, administrative assistant; vice 


Iowa.. ... . .. 


Mar. 27,1945 






consul. 










Miss Zolita F. Kent,* administrative assistant 


Iowa 


Nov. 28, 1944 






Anthony E. Starcevic, vice consul 


Pennsylvania 


Mar. 12, 1945 






Terrance G. Leonhardy, vice consul 


Michigan 


Mar. 29,1945 




Consulate General at Warsaw 










closed. 










PORTUGAL AND 










POSSESSIONS 










(Portugal) 










Lisbon (Lisboa) (E)._ ._ 


Herman B.Baruch, appointed ambassador extraor- 


New York 


Feb. 9,1945 


17, .TOO 




dinary and plenipotentiary. 










Edward S. Crocker, 2d, counselor of embassy 


Massachusetts... 


JFeb. 22, 1944 


7,600 




Charles E. Dickerson, Jr., first secretary; consul.. 


New Jersey 


June 17, 1943 


7,400 




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


Maryland. 


June 23,1944 


5,000 




J. Winsor Ives, commercial attache 


Illinois. 


tApr. 10, 1942 


4,600 




Miss Elizabetli Humes, second secretary; consul. 


Tennessee 


July 1, 1942 


4,500 




Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr., second secretary; consul 


Virginia 


Apr. 26, 1943 


4,400 




Halleck L. Rose, second secretary; vice consul 


Nebraska. 


Feb. 18,1943 


4,300 




George E. Miller, second secretary; vice consul. .. 


New Jersey 


Sept. 12, 1941 


4,200 




J. William Henry, third secretary; vice consul 


Arizona 


Aug. 14,1944 


3,100 




William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul 


Dist. Columbia. . 


Aug. 21,1942 






William P. Shockley, Jr., vice consul 


Delaware 


Mar. 2, 1943 






John Belfort Keogh, vice consul 


New York 


Oct. 28,1944 






Thaddeus H. Chylinski, vice consul 


Connecticut 


Oct. 30,1914 






Worthiugton E. Hagerman, vice consul 


Indiana 


Nov. 10,1941 





« Government of Poland established in England. 

» Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Norway 
established in England; resident in London. 

« Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, and Norway established in England. 
* Assigned also near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Norway established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



39 



Post 



Name and rank 




Date of as- 
signment 



PORTUGAL AND POS- 
SESSIONS— Continued 

(Portugal)-— Continued 

Lisbon (Lisboa) (E)— Con. 
(MA & NA) 



(T). 



Angra do Heroismo, Terceira, 

Azores (MD) (T). 

Fmichal, Madeira (C).. 

Horta, Fayal, Azores (MD).. 

Oporto (Porto) (C) 

Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel 

(St.Miehael), Azores (MD). 

(T)-.. 



(Possessions) ' 

Beira, Mozambique, Africa 
(C).3 
(T). 

Lourengo Marques, Mozam- 
bique, Africa (CG). 

Luanda, Angola, Africa (C).. 



Col. Robert A. Solborg, military attache 

Lt. Col. Russell A. Cone, military air attache 

Comdr. Kenneth E. Demarest, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Stephen Ogden Fuqua, asst. military 
attache. 

Maj. Harold F. Milks, asst. military attache 

Capt. William S. Briggs, asst. military air attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Henry C. Jackson, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. George T. Pancoast, asst. naval at- 
tache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Raymond S. Willis, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

A. Ogden Pierrot,' civil air attache 

Theodore A. Xanthaky, special assistant to am- 
bassador; attache. 

J. Daniel Hanley, senior economic analyst 

Joseph S. Piazza, cultural-relations attache 

Arthur Eustace Ojeda, senior economic analyst... 

Herman R. Kasper, economic analyst 

William G. Gibson, senior economic analyst 

William E. Price, vice consul 

Carvel Painter, vice consul 

William M. Gibson, maritime delegate... 

Foster H. Kreis, vice consul. 

Renwick S. McNiece, maritime delegate 

Clifton R. Wharton, consul 

William P. Robertson, maritime delegate 



Thomas A. Grunwell, asst. maritime delegate. ._ 
Aaron J. Thomas, Jr., asst. maritime delegate. .. 



Frederik van den Arend, consul. 



William L, Higgins, vice consul 

Austin R. Preston, consul general.. 
Martin J. Hillenbrand, vice consul. 
Harold Sims, vice consul _ 



War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept... 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

Navy Dept... 

Navy Dept... 

Navy Dept... 

Virginia 

New York 

Maryland 

New Jersey... 

California 

Illinois 

New York 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Connecticut--. 

Minnesota 

Utah 

Massachusetts 
Tennessee 

Florida 

Texas 



North Carolina. 



Florida 

New York. 

niinois 

Teimessee.. 



May 28,1943 
June 26, 1944 
Oct. 9, 1942 

Sept. 23, 1942 

Oct. 5, 1944 
Aug. 16,1944 
Nov. 2, 1942 

Aug. 24,1944 

Aug. 25,1944 



Oct. 19,1944 

Mar. 7, 1945 

Oct. 25,1944 

Nov. 24,1944 

|Aug. 12,1944 



Oct. 

tOct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



31. 1944 

1. 1943 

19. 1945 
13, 1943 

7. 1944 



Mar. 14,1938 
Mar. 21, 1944 
Feb, 6, 1945 
Feb. 6, 1945 



Oct. 24,1944 
Nov. 30, 1943 



Dec. 24,1942 

Dec. 13,1943 
tApr. 27,1943 

Mar. 1, 1944 
tMar. 26, 1945 



' Assigned also to and resident in Madrid. 

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

3 Functions under supervision of consulate general at Lourenjo Marques. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



RUMANIA 



Bucharest (M). 



(T)- 



SAUDI ARABIA. KING- 
DOM OF 
Jidda (L). _ 



(T)- 



Dhahran (C)_ 
(T) 



SPAIN 



Madrid (E). 



(MA & NA). 



Burton Y. Berry, Foreign Service officer 

Roy M. Melbourne, Foreign Service officer 

Charles E. Hulick, Jr., Foreign Service officer.-. 
Lee E. Metcalf, attache. 

Clayton E. Whipple, agricultural adviser 

Ray Pearce Walters, Foreign Service officer 



Col. William A. Eddy, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 

Paul E. Geier, third secretary; vice consuL. 

William Langdon Sands, third secretary; vice 

consul. 



Harold B. Hoskins.i adviser on economic affairs- 

Ralph B. Curren,2 civil air attache 

Nils E. Lind, attache... 

Fred H. Await, economic analyst 



Parker T. Hart, vice consul 

Clarence J. Mcintosh, vice consul. 
Larry Winter Roeder, vice consul- 



Norman Armour, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
William W. Butterworth, Jr., counselor of em- 
bassy. 

Ralph H. iVckerman, commercial attache 

Fayette J. Flexer, first secretary; consul 

Eugene M. Hinkle, first secretary; consul 

Philip W. Bonsai, first secretary; consul- --. 

La Verne Baldwin, second secretary; consul 

Glion Curtis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul- -. 

Niles W. Bond, third secretary; vice consul 

William L. Smyser, third secretary; vice consul. - 
Robert M. Brandin, third secretary; vice consul. - 
Byron E. Blankinship, third secretary; vice 
consul. 

Earle O. Titus, vice consul 

Charles Gilbert, vice consul , 

Roger P. Carlson, vice consul 



Col. Wendell G. Johnson, military attachg 

Lt. Col. Lawrence A. Spilman, military air 

attache. 
Capt. John C. Lusk, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Clyde L. Clark, asst. military attache... 
Lt. Col. Albert P. E bright, asst. military attache. 
Lt. Col. Albert L. Hoffman, asst. military 

attache. 
1st Lt. Robert M. Carswell, Jr., asst. military 

attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Carroll M. Terry, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 



Indiana 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 
Texas 

New York 

New York ' 



New Hampshire 



Ohio.-.. 
Florida. 



New York.. 
New York... 
Connecticut- 
Maine 



Massachusetts-. 

Florida 

Maryland.. 



New Jersey. 



Louisiana. 



California 

Illinois 

New York 

Dist. Columbia- 
New York 

Missouri.-- 

Massachusetts.. 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

New York 



Florida 

New York. 
Illinois 



War Dept- 
War Dept- 



Navy Dept. 

War Dept--- 
War Dept.-- 
War Dept... 



War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 



Oct. 7, 1944 

Oct. 7, 1945 

Oct. 7, 1944 

tJan. 6, 1945 

Dec. 28,1944 

Dec. 14, 1944 



Aug. 12, 1944 



Nov. 11,1943 
Mar. 31, 1944 



Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3. 1945 
Apr. 22, 1944 
June 9. 1944 

June 14, 1944 
June 14, 1944 
Mar. 30, 1945 



Dec. 15, 1944 



tMar. 28, 1944 



May 
Mar. 
May 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
May 
Oct. 
Apr. 



13, 1939 
28, 1944 
27. 1944 
28, 1944 
3, 1942 

13, 1944 
22, 1942 

14, 1942 
30, 1942 
22, 1944 



July 13.1942 
Aug. 24, 1940 
May 30, 1944 

Nov. 10, 1944 
May 13,1944 

May 5, 1943 

Dec. 29,1942 
Apr. 10,1943 
Apr. 4, 1944 

Aug. 24,1944 

Oct. 23,1943 



1 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, and Tehran. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



41 



Post 



Name and rank 



SPAIN — Continued 

Madrid (E)— Continued. 
(MA & NA)— Con... 



(T). 



Barcelona (CG). 



(T).-.. 
Bilbao (C). 



Las Palmasde Gran Canaria, 
Canary Islands (C). 

Malaga (C)....: 

(T) 

San Sebastian (C)._ 

Seville (C)__ 

Tenerife, Canary Islands (C) 
(T) 



Valencia (C). 

(T) 

Vigo(C) 

(T) 



Lt. James B. Ford, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. John F. V. Emmanuel, asst. naval attache.- 
Lt. John R. Stevenson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attach^ for air. 



A . Ogden Pierrot,' civil air attach^ 

John Van Home, cultural-relations attache 

Leonard Horwin, senior economic analyst 

Evan H. Bennett, ^ minerals attache 

Walter F. Smith, attache 

Charles F. O'Neall,^ attache 

Harold Rhodes, economic analyst 

Maurice Fogler, attache 

Mahlon Ashford, economic analyst 

John M. Dimick,* attache 

John Kemler, economic analyst 

Robert E. Whedbee, junior economic analyst. . . 
Thomas Donald Bowie, junior economic analyst. 

Justin N. Locke, attache 

Robert G. Turpin, attache 

David I. Ferber, vice consul 

Erwin W. Wendt,' vice consul 

J. Paul Smith, Jr., vice consul 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Richard Ford, consul general 

Nelson R. Park, consul 

Charles S. Reed, 2d, consul 

Fritz A. M. Alfsen, consul 

Francis B. Moriarty, vice consul 

Charles F. O'Neall, attache 

Harry F. Hawley, consul 

Jule L. Goetzmann, vice consul 

Temple Wanamaker, Jr., vice consul. 

James A. Noel, vice consul 

Arthur F. Tower, consul 



Harold B. Quarton, consul general... 

Bamaby Conrad, Jr., vice consul 

Willard Galbraith, consul 

John N. Hamlin, consul -. 

Richard B. Haven, consul 

William F. McCormack, vice consul. 

Willis R. Etter, vice consul.. 

Daniel V. Anderson, consul 

S. Grover Rich, Jr., vice consul. 

LeonL. Cowles, vice consul 

Richard T. Smyth, vice consul 

■ Donald C. Marelius, vice consul 

Kermit K. Brown, vice consul 

Allan F. McLean, Jr., vice consul 



Navy Dept- 

Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 



Virginia 

Illinois.. 

California 

California 

Illinois 

Texas 

Dist. Columbia.. 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. . 

Florida 

Illinois -. 

Kansas.. 

Minnesota 

Dist. Colvmibia.. 

Ohio 

Arizona 

Illinois 

Texas 



Date of as- 
sigrunent 



Salary 



Oklahoma 

Colorado 

Ohio 

New York 

Dist. Columbia. 

Texas 

New York 

Illinois 

Washington 

California 

New York 



Iowa 

California.. 
California.. 

Oregon 

niinois 

Texas 

Wisconsin.. 
Delaware. _ 

Utah 

Utah 

New York. 
California.. 
Minnesota. 
Delaware. _ 



Oct. 14,1943 



Feb. 25,1944 
June 5, 1944 



Oct. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
July 
Aug. 
tJan. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
July 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Dee. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

June 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

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



1944 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1942 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 

1945 
1944 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1945 
1945 

1942 
1944 
1944 
1939 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1943 
1941 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1945 



$7, 200 
5,100 
4,700 
4,200 



7,600 
4,000 
3,100 

5,000 

6,900 

4,600 
4,900 
5,100 



4,300 
3,600 



' Assigned also to Lisbon. 

2 Assigned also to Lisbon and Tangier for temporary duty. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Barcelona. 

< Resident in Barcelona. 

» Temporarily detailed to London as vice consul on staff of Supreme Headquarters. Allied Expeditionary Force. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


SWEDEN 










Stockholm (L) 


Herschel V. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and 


North Carolina. . 


Oct. 21,1941 


$10, 000 




minister plenipotentiary. 












Iowa 


Dec. 23, 1943 


7,200 
7,200 
6,200 




Harry E. Carlson, first secretary; consul __ .- 

Cabot Coville, first secretary; consul _ 


Illinois 


Dee. 12 1941 




California 


Apr. 20,1944 




Sheldon Thomas, second secretary; consul 


New York.. 


Mar. 21, 1945 


5,400 




Robert Mills McClintock, second secretary; vice 


California 


Nov. 15, 1943 


4,500 




consul. 










Donald W. Smith, commercial attache.. 


Maryland 


Mar. 30, 1945 


4,400 




Paul H Pearson, second secretary; consul -. . 


Iowa.. 


{Aug 13 1942 


4,200 
4,200 




L. Randolph Higgs, second secretary; consul 


Mississippi 


Apr. 27,1944 




Edmund A. Gullion, second secretary; vfce consul . 


Kentucky 


July 15,1944 


4,000 




George Lybrook West, third secretary; vice 


California 


Apr. 21,1943 


3,600 




consul. 










M. Gordon Knox, third secretary; vice consul 


Maryland 


May 14,1942 


3,500 




David H. McKlllop, third secretary; vice consul. 


Massachusetts... 


Dec. 18.1941 


3,400 






Wyoming 


July 21, 1944 


3,100 




Harold Carlson, vice consul 


niinois 


Jan. 30, 1930 






Carl Birkeland,! vice consul 


Illinois ... .- 


Sept. 16, 1944 
May 3, 1933 
July 20, 1942 






Frithjof C Sigmond, vice consul 


Or^on 








Washington 






Donald Bloomingdale, attache . . . . 


New York . . 


Aug. 21, 1944 




(MA & NA) - 


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


WarDept 


Dec. 14,1944 






Col. Charles E. Rayens, asst. military attache 


WarDept 


tDec. 13,1944 






and military attache for air. 










Capt. Walter L. Heiberg, naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 5, 1940 






naval attache for air. 










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


WarDept 


July 10,1943 






attache. 










Lt. Col. Robert W. Wood, asst. military attache. 


War Dept 


Oct. 28,1943 






Lt. Col. Sjgurd J. Amesen, asst. military attache. 


War Dept.. 


Jan. 25,1944 






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


WarDept 


Mar. 21, 1944 






attache. 










Capt. Harold W. Kasserman, asst. military 


WarDept... 


May 12,1944 






attache. 










Lt. Comdr. Allan L. Rice, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


June 17,1942 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Comdr. Francis A. Klaveness, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


May 5, 1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Nils W. Olsson, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 28,1942 


. 




naval attache for air. 










Lt. Rolfe A. Haatvedt, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


July 8. 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










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


Navy Dept 


Oct. 27,1944 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Haldor L. Hove, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 1, 1945 






naval attache for air. 








(T).- 


Wallace McClure, senior economic analyst. 

Walter S Surrey, attache 


Tennessee 

New York. 


Dec. 4, 1942 
Dec. 4, 1942 














JNov. 9, 1944 






Abncr K. Chestem, agricultural adviser 


Nebraska 


Feb. 5, 1945 






Norman Guernsey Swift, economic analyst 


New York 


May 8, 1944 






Leo Alfred Yanke, economic analyst 


Connecticut 


tMar. 7,1945 






Edwin S. Morby, vice consul 


California. 


June 23,1944 






Grant Olson, attache.. 


Wisconsin. 


Jan. 8, 1943 





1 Temporarily detailed to London for duty with staff of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



43 



Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



SWEDEN— Continued 

Goteborg (C). 

(T) 

Malmo (C).. 

(T) 

Haisingborg (CA) 

SWITZERLAND 

Bern (L). 



(MA). 



(C). 



(T). 



Basel (C)_ 



William W. Corcoran, consul general 

Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul 

Finn B. Jensen, vice consul... 

Benjamin Reath Riggs, consul 

Horace A. Browne, vice consul 

Frank F. Hass, consular agent 



Leland Harrison, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

J. Klahr Huddle, counselor of legation 

Daniel J. Reagan, counselor of legation for eco- 
nomic affairs. 

George Tait, first secretary... 

Donald F. Bigelow, first secretary 

Gardner Richardson, first secretary 

Warren M. Chase, second secretary 

Dale W. Maher, second secretary 

John H. Madonne, second secretary (consul) 

Harrison Lewis, second secretary 

Sidney K. Lafoon, third secretary 

George McM. Godley, 2d, third secretary 



Brig. Gen. Barnwell R. Legge, military attache. 

Col. F. Edgar Cheatle, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Alfred R. W. de Jonge, asst. military 

attache. 

Maj. John W. Melville, asst. military attache 

Capt. Charles T. Katsainos, asst. military attache 

Capt. Lloyd A. Free, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Dean Raymond Rexford, asst. military 

attache. 



John H Madonne, consul (second secretary) . 

J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul 

Robert Roy Cunningham, vice consul . 

Buford G. Rogers, vice consul 



Howard B. Railey, ' civil air attache 

Harry Conover, attache 

David M.Maynard, attache 

Morton Bach, senior economic analyst 

Adlai Merriman Ewing, administrative oflBcer. 

Miss Dorothy M. Sells, attache 

Karl R. Hapke, attache 

Ezra Guy Rasmussen, economic analyst 



Walter H. Sholes, consul general. 

John A. Lehrs, vice consul 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul 

Robert D. Shea, vice consul 



Massachusetts.. 

New York 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania. . . 
Massachusetts.. 
Missouri 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Dist. Columbia. 

Virginia... 

Minnesota 

Connecticut 

Indiana 

Missouri 

Texas 

California 

Virginia 

New York 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept 

War Dept-- 

War Dept 

Texas 

Maine 

Ohio -.- 

Mississippi 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

California 

New York 

Texas -. 

Dist. Columbia. 

Maryland. 

Tennessee 

Oklahoma 

Maryland 

Illinois.. - 

Minnesota 



tDec. 29,1944 

June 14,1938 

Feb. 25,1943 

Dec. 30,1942 

June 21,1944 

Apr. 24,1944 



July 13,1937 

July 7, 1941 
JFeb. 21,1945 



Apr. 
tNov. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 
tJuly 

Jan. 

Dee. 



15, 1942 
25, 1941 
8, 1941 
16, 1939 

12. 1941 
1, 1938 

16. 1942 
13, 1945 
12, 1941 



tOct. 19,1942 
Oct. 12,1944 
Nov. 28, 1941 

Feb. 13,1945 
Apr. 20,1942 
May 7, 1942 
July 9, 1942 



Aug. 1, 1938 
JAug. 2, 1926 
Mar. 31, 1945 
July 19,1941 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Jan. 



2, 1945 
15, 1945 
19, 1944 
28, 1944 
26, 1944 

28. 1944 

24. 1945 
9, 1945 



Mar. 31,1941 

July 19,1941 

July 22,1941 

Nov. 8, 1944 



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



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Post 



SWITZERLAND— Con. 
Geneva (C) 

(T) . 

Zurich (CO) 



(T). 



Damascus (L). 



(MA). 



(T). 



THAILAND 

State of war declared by Thai- 
land Jan. 25, 1942. 

TURKEY 

Ankara (E)? 



(MA& NA). 



Name and rank 



Paul C. Squire,! consul 

Howard Elting, Jr., vice consul 

William L. Mellon, vice consul 

George L. Phillips, vice consul 

Sam E. Woods, 2 consul general -__ 

Maurice W. Altaffer, consul 

Phil H. Hubbard, consul... 

Miss Constance R. Harvey, vice consul. 

Bolard More, vice consul 

Eugene Nabel, vice consul.. 

Julius C. Jensen, vice consul 

Charles Stoppani, vice consul 

Russell G. D'Oench, vice consul 

Valerian Lada-Mocarski, vice consul 

Robert L. Van Nice, vice consul ... 

Frederick R. Loofbourow, senior economic ana 

lyst; vice consul. 
James C. Bell.s vice consul 



George Wadsworth,' envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

James S. Moose, Jr., counselor of legation 

James T. Scott,' commercial attache 

William J. Porter, vice consul; attache 

Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson, « military attache 

Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attache... 
Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,' asst. military attache.. 

Ralph B . Curren,« civil air attache 



Edwin C. Wilson, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipoteniary. 

Earl L. Packer, first secretary 

Edward B. Lawson, commercial attache 

Harry L. Troutman, first secretary. 

John Evarts Horner, third secretary 

Richard E. Gnade, third secretary 

Col. Frederick A. Pillet,8 military air attache 

Capt. Webb Trammell, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Massachusetts. - 

Illinois 

Arizona 

New York 

Mississippi 

Ohio 

Vermont 

New York 

Ohio 

Rhode Island... 

W^yoming 

California 

New York 

New York 

Oregon 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Arkansas 

Georgia 

Massachusetts.. 

War Dept. 

War Dept 

War Dept 

New York 



Florida 

Utah 

Dist. Columbia.. 

Georgia 

Colorado 

Pennsylvania 

War Dept 

Navy Dept 



1 Consul general Dec. 7, 1944. 

2 Assigned also to Vaduz, Liechtenstein; resident in Zurich. 
' Resident in Lugano. 

* Accredited also to Lebanon. 

s Assigned also to and resident in Beirut. 

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

' Office of Embassy also at Istanbul. 

' Also assistant military attache at Ankara. 



Date of as- 


signment 


July 


19, 1941 


July 


6, 1940 


Nov. 


3, 1944 


Oct. 


13, 1944 


July 


3, 1942 


May 


31, 1933 


July 


19, 1941 


Nov. 


24, 1944 


Mar. 


3, 1941 


Jan. 


17, 1936 


M^r. 


16, 1944 


Mar. 


9. 1943 


Jan. 


15, 1945 


Jan. 


15, 1945 


Mar. 


1, 1945 


tSep 


. 12, 1944 


Feb. 


7, 1944 


tSept. 


21, 1944 


Mar. 


5, 1945 


Dec. 


1, 1942 


Feb. 


13, 1943 


tJan. 


8, 1944 


Oct. 


7, 1944 


Apr. 


10, 1944 


Mar. 


3, 1945 


Jan. 


27, 1945 


Oct. 


29, 1942 


Feb. 


3, 1944 


tAug. 


21, 1943 


June 


2, 1944 


Feb. 


29, 1944 


Dec. 


11, 1943 


Jan. 


13, 1942 



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Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


TURKEY— Continued 










Ankara (E)— Continued. 










(MA & NA)— Con 


Col. Theodore Babbitt, asst. military attache 


War Dept._ 


Jan. 22,1944 






Lt. Col. Cedric H. Seager, asst. military attache.. 


WarDept 


Mar. 3,1943 






Capt. William F. Ross, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


July 13,1943 






Capt. Walter E. Seager, asst. military attach^ 


WarDept... 


Sept. 18, 1943 






Lt. Comdr. Richard D. Sears, asst. naval at- 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 17,1944 






tachfi and asst. naval attach^ for air. 








(T) - . 


Hubert M. Curry, senior economic analyst 

Donald Everett Web.ster, cultural-relations at- 


New York 

Wisconsin ___ 


Mar. 3, 1945 
Aug. 5, 1943 










tache. 










Jeffrey Robson Short, Jr., senior economic 


Illinois 


May 23, 1944 






analyst. 








Adana (C) 




New York 

Virginia 


June 12, 1944 
Jan. 7, 1944 








$4, 100 


(C). 


Keld Christensen, vice consul 


Iowa 


Nov. 10, 1943 


Istanbul (Constantinople) 


Paul S. Guimi, consul 


Pennsylvania 


Mar. 21, 1944 


4,400 


(CG). 


William R. Lynch, vice consul 


Kansas 


tFeb. 10, 1944 






Herbert Daniel Brewster, vice consul 


Connecticut 


tFeb. 6, 1945 






Charles P. McVicker, Jr., vice consul 


New Jersey 


Oct. 10, 1942 




(T) .. _ . 




New York 


Dec. 18, 1942 








Dist. Columbia 


Dec. 7, 1943 










Jan. 28, 1943 






Donald R. Barton, economic analyst 


New York 


Dec. 13, 1944 




Izmir (Smyrna) (C) 


Ellis A. Johnson, vice consul 


Massachusetts 


Sept. 15, 1941 




(T) 




Pennsylvania 


Mar. 30, 1945 




UNION OF SOUTH 






AFRICA 










Pretoria, Transvaal (L) 


Gen. Thomas Holcomb, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary. 


Delaware 


Mar. 21, 1944 


10, 000 




Edward M. Groth, counselor of legation 


New York 


Oct. 1, 1942 


8,400 




Samuel H. Day,i commercial attach^. - 


California 


Apr. 16,1942 


7,200 




Arthur L. Richards, second secretary 


California 


July 14, 1942 


4,300 




Nicholas Feld, third secretary 


Mississippi 


July 15, 1944 


3,500 




Harold Shullaw, third secretary 


Illinois 


July 6, 1944 


3,100 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Wilson T. Bals, military attach§ 


War Dept 


Feb. 23, 1945 






Capt. Richard B. Paulsen,' military air attache.. 


War Dept 


May 17,1944 






Lt. Comdr. George B. McManus, naval attache 


Navy Dept 


May 12, 1944 






and naval attach^ for air. 










Maj. Richard L. Nickerson, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept. 


Aug. 4, 1944 






for air. 










Lt. Charles C. Brady, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Feb. 12,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Robert D. McMillen, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 7,1944 






and asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. (jg) Morris Golick,^ asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 24, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Robert T. Donahue, asst. naval attache for 
air. 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 6,1944 




(T) 


John H. Seate, administrative assistant 


Georgia 


Jan. 16,1945 





1 Assigned to serve at Johannesburg. 

2 Assigned also to Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Southern Rhodesia, and Swaziland. 
' Assigned to serve at Capetown. 



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Post 



Name and rank 



Whence ap- 
pointed 



Date of as- 
signment 



UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRIC A— Continued 

Capetown, Cape Province 
(CG). 



Durban, Natal (C) 

(T).-._ 

Johannesburg, Transvaal 
(CG). 



Port Elizabeth, Cape Prov- 
ince (C). 

UNION OF SOVIET 
SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

Moscow (E) 



(U. S. Military Mission). 



H. Earle Russell, consul general 

Irving N. Linnell, consul general 

R. Austin Acly, consul 

Roland K. Beyer, vice consul 

E. Talbot Smith, consul.. _ 

William R. Duggan, vice consul 

Thomas D. Bowman, consul general 

William H. Beach, consul 

John S. Richardson, Jr., consul 

Robert W. Rinden, vice consul 

Frank Anderson Henry, consul 

Kenneth A. Byms, vice consul 



W. Averell Harriman, ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

George F. Kennan, counselor of embassy 

Warwick Perkins, first secretary; consul. 

Horace H. Smith, second secretary; consul »... 

Edward Page, Jr., second secretary ; consul 

John Davies, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Francis Bowden Stevens, second secretary; vice 

consul. 
John Fremont Melby, second secretary; vice 

consul. 

Paul Paddock, second secretary; vice consul 

Richard H.Davis, third secretary; vice consul — 

Heru-y T. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 

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

PaulM. Dutko, vice consul 

JohnF. Morgan, vice consul 

Harold N. Waddell, vice consul — 

La Mar MulUner, vice consul — 

WllliamE. Wallace, vice consul 

Maj. Gen. John R. Deane, military member; chief 

Maj. Gen. Edmund W. Hill, military member 

Brig. Gen. Sydney I. Spaulding, military member 
Rear Admiral Clarence E. Olsen, naval member. 

Capt. Ronald H. Allen, naval member 

Capt. Denys William Knoll, naval member 

Capt. Charles J. Zondorak, naval member 

Capt. Jackson R.Tate, naval member 

Comdr. Charles M. Parker, naval member 

Comdr. Clifford E . Allen, naval member. 

Comdr. George E. Edwards, naval member 



Michigan 

Massachusetts 
Massachusetts. 
Wisconsin 

Connecticut... 

Utah 

Missouri 

Virginia 

Massachusetts 

Iowa 

Delaware 

Colorado 



New York. 



Wisconsin 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Massachu.setts. 
Ohio 

New York 



Illinois. 



Iowa 

New York 

Georgia 

New York 

Pennsylvania. 
Pennsylvania- 
Rhode Island-. 

Georgia 

Pennsylvania- 
Pennsylvania. 



War Dept.-. 
WarDept... 
War Dept... 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 
Navy Dept- 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept. 
Navy Dept- 



Aug. 2, 1944 

May 19, 1943 

Aug. 25,1942 

June 2, 1941 

Mar. 10, 1943 

Jan. 2, 1945 

Oct. 1, 1941 

Oct. 2, 1941 

July 14,1942 

May 20, 1943 

June 24,1942 

May 20, 1943 



Oct. 7, 1943 

May 22,1944 
Nov. 10,1942 
Jan. 9, 1945 
27, 1942 
26, 1945 
6, 1942 



Feb. 
Jan. 
Aug. 



Mar. 20, 1943 



Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

June 
tMar. 
JMar. 
{Mar. 
tMar. 

Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
May 
Sept. 
Mar. 



19. 1944 
3, 1943 
1, 1945 

31. 1945 
1, 1945 

18. 1943 
2, 1945 
2, 1945 
2, 1945 

24. 1944 

1. 1943 

7. 1944 
1, 1943 

3. 1943 
16, 1941 

4. 1944 
12, 1944 
26, 1944 

5, 1944 

16. 1944 

15. 1945 



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Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


UNION OF SOVIET 










SOCIAUST REPUBLICS— 










Continued 










Moscow (E)— Continued. 










(U. S. Military Mission)— 


Lt. Comdr. Edward W. Yorke, Jr., naval member. 


Navy Dept 


May 18,1943 




Continued. 


Lt. Willard W. Cram, naval member . . . 


Navy Dept 

Navy Dept 


May 28 1942 






Lt. Joseph Chase, naval member 


Apr. 7 1943 






Lt. Robert P. Meiklejohn, naval member 


Nov. 27, 1943 






Lt. Richard K. Holden, naval member... 




Aug. 12, 1944 






Lt. Carl C. Bland, naval member 


Navy Dept 


Sept. 2, 1944 




' 


Lt. William N. Hatch, naval member 


Dec. 18, 1944 






Lt. William J. Tonesk, naval member 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 1, 1945 






Lt. Ralph L. Buckley, naval member 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 15, 1945 






Lt. (jg) Boyd F. Greene, naval member 


Navy Dept 


Aug 17, 1944 






Lt. (jg) Joseph F. Orloff, naval member.. 


Dec. 18, 1944 




(T) 


Louis Guy Michael, attach^ 


Michigan 


Apr. 27,1944 
Oct. 9, 1944 






Walter Qalenson, attache 






Thomas P. Whitney, attach^ .. 


Ohio 


Mar. 1,1944 
Nov. 6, 1942 
Mar. 30, 1944 
Jan. 3, 1945 






Frederick C. Barghoom, attach^ 


Massachusetts... 

New York 

New York 






Joseph J. Bulik, attache .. 






George James Rothwell, assistant agricultural 






adviser. 










Robert C. Tucker, attach^ 




Feb. 21,1944 
May 12,1944 

{Sept. 19, 1944 






Joseph Osgood Hanson, Jr., attache . 


Illinois 




Vladivostok (CG) 


Oliver Edmund Clubb, consul general 




46,000 


URUGUAY 








Montevideo (E) 


William Dawson, ambassador extraordinary and 




Feb 11 1941 


17 500 




plenipotentiary. 










Edward J. Sparks, first secretary; consul 


New York 


Jan. 15, 1942 


6,200 




Robert G. Glover, commercial attache. ... 


Florida 


Mar. 12, 1940 
Feb. 20,1941 


6,400 




Robert Y. Brown, second secretary; consul 


Alabama... 


4,700 




Whitney Young, second secretary; consul 


New York 


May 22,1944 


4,500 




Reginald Bragonier, Jr., second secretary; vice 


Maryland.. 


Sept. 11, 1936 


4.100 




consul. 










Arthur B. Emmons, 3d, third secretary; vice 


Ma.ssachusetts... 


Oct. 22,1942 


3,600 




consul. 










John L. Toppine, third secretary: vice consul 


New York 


May 20,19« 


3,500 




Stewart Q. Andersoil, third secretary; vice consul. 
Col. Harry E. McKinney, military attache 


Illinois 


Dec. 3, 1941 

Aug. 10,1944 
Apr. 28,1944 


3,400 


(MA & NA). 


War Dept. 

War Dept 






Lt. Col. Emmett B. Cassady, military air attache. 






Comdr. Albert Benjamin, naval attache and 


Navy Dept. 


Dec. 16,1941 






naval attache for air. 










Maj. William A. Tidwell, Jr., asst. military 


War Dept. 


Feb. 11,1943 






attache. 










Capt. Carleton Ashley, asst. military attache 


War Dept 


Oct. 21,1943 






Lt. Donald C. Leavens, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Oct. 20,1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Peter J. Brennan, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept. 


Nov. 24, 1943 






asst. naval attache for air. 









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Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


URUGUAY— Continued 










Montevideo (E)— Con. 










(T) 


Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attachfi 

Franklin W. Wolf, senior economic analyst 


California 

Pennsylvania 


June 7, 1944 
Jan. 10,1943 










Nat B. King,' special assistant 


Texas 


Nov. 25, 1944 






C. Montagu Pigott, senior economic analyst 


Ohio 


Oct. 31,1942 






Frank E. Sheehy, senior economic analyst 


Ohio 


May 20,1942 






Ezequiel D. Salinas, special assistant. 


Texas 


Aug. 17,1942 






Joseph G. Weimer, senior economic analyst 


Indiana.. . 


IDec. 11,1942 










May 9, 1944 






Joseph E. Wiedenmayer, senior economic analyst- 


New Jersey 


Sept. 19, 1944 






Albert B. Franklin, cultural-relations attache 


Massachusetts... 


Feb. 13,1943 






John W. Mitchell, junior economic analyst 


Minnesota 


Mar. 1, 1942 






Frederick C. Weimer, junior economic analyst.. _ 


Indiana 


Feb. 20,1942 






Albert F. Breazeale, junior economic analyst.. .. 


Alabama . 


Apr. 25,1942 










July 14, 1942 










June 12,1942 






Carson O. Crocker, junior economic analyst 


New Jersey 


Sept. 11, 1942 






Thomas D. Kingsley, junior economic analyst 


Massachusetts.. - 


Dec. 23,1942 




VENEZUELA 










Caracas (E) 


Frank P. Corrigan, ambassador extraordinary 


Ohio . 


Jan. 20, 1939 


$17,500 


and plenipotentiary. 










Joseph Flack, counselor of embassy 


Pennsylvania 


May 9, 1941 


8,800 




Osborn S Watson, commercial attache 


Georgia 


Nov. 2,1937 
July 20,1940 


6,000 




Thomas J. Maleady, second secretary .. . .. 


Massachusetts 


4,500 




Charles F. Knox, Jr., commercial attache 


New Jersey 


Mar. 19, 1945 


4,500 




William P. Wright, asst. commercial attache 


Dist. Columbia.. 


Aug. 19,1943 


4,400 








tAug. 13,1942 


4,200 






New York 


tMay 3, 1944 


4,000 




John P. Hoover, asst. commercial attach^.. 


California 


July 28,1942 


3,500 


(MA& NA) - 


Col. Henri A. Luebbermaim, military attache — 
Lt. Col. Carl O. Wagner, military air attache 


War Dept 

War Dept... 


tJune 23,1943 
Aug. 23, 1944 










Comdr. William L. Kilcoin, naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 18, 1944 






naval attache for air. 










Maj. Edmund J. E. McCarthy, asst. military 


War Dept 


Mar. 28, 1942 






attache. 














May 20, 1944 






Lt. Sterling J. Cottrell, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


May 25, 1942 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Charles D. Evans, asst. naval attache and 


Navy Dept 


Mar. 13, 1944 






asst. naval attache for air. 










Lt. Paul E. Bixler, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


July 17,1944 






naval attache for air. 










Lt. Lewis H. Orland, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Navy Dept 


Nov. 8,1944 






naval attache for air. 








(CQ)...-. 




New York 


JJuly 6, 1944 


6,900 




Ohio 


Mar. 28, 1944 


3, 600 




George R. Phelan, vice consul . 


California 


June 29,1937 





' Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Asuncion; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 
2 Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



49 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence ap- 
pointed 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


VENEZUELA— Continued 










Caracas ^E)— Continued. 










(T) 


James H. Kempton, agricultural adviser 


Maryland 


Sept. 7,1942 






William Scanlan, special assistant .-. 


Texas 


July 1, 1942 










May 26, 1943 






Virgil C. Applewhite, special assistant 


Mississippi 


Oct. 19,1942 






D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, cultural-relations 


New York 


July 15,1942 






attache. 










William Henry Bowden, economic analyst 


New York 


June 5, 1943 






Robert Joseph Fitzpatrick, vice consul _ 


Kentucky 


June 15, 1944 






Miss Ellen Collins, cultural-relations assistant... 


New York 


Nov. 11, 1944 




LaQuaira(VC) (T) 


Austin J. Rittenhouse, vice consul 


Oklahoma 


Oct. 3, 1944 




Puerto de la Cruz, An- 


Armando Larragoite, Jr., vice consul 


New Mexico . 


May 14, 1943 




zoategui (VC). 










Maracaibo (C) 


Odin O. Loren, consul 


Washington 


Mar. 18, 1944 


$4, 200 




Harold D. Pease, vice consul. 


California 


Nov. 27, 1943 




YUGOSLAVIA 










Belgrade (Beograd) (E) ' 


Richard C. Patterson, Jr., appointed ambassador 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary. 


New York 


Sept. 21, 1944 


17, 500 




Harold Shantz, counselor of embassy . ._ 


New York 


tFeb. 14, 1945 


8,200 




Theodore J. Hohenthal, second secretary; vice co^^sul 


California 


Mar. 26, 1945 


4,100 




William N. Fraleigh, second secretary; vice consul. 


New Jersey 


JFeb. 14. 1945 


3,500 


(MA&NA) 


Lt. Comdr. David E. Frierson, naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Dec. 15,1944 






and naval attache for air. 










Maj. Caleb F. Gates, Jr., asst. military attache.. 


War Dept 


Nov. 13, 1944 






Lt. (jg) John E. Kasunich, asst. naval attache 


Navy Dept 


Jan. 5, 1945 






and asst. naval attachfi for air. 








(T) 


Albert E. Evans, senior economic analyst 


Connecticut 


Feb. 7, 1945 






Emil Kekich, senior economic analyst 


New York 

California .. 


Feb. 14,1945 
Feb. 7, 1945 






Eric L. Pridonoff, economic analyst ... .. 






Miss Jeanne Matscheck, vice consul 


Missouri 


Feb. 14,1945 




Consular offices in Yugo- 








slavia closed. 











1 Not yet open to the public. 



50 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



Name 



Whence appointed 



Date of 
assignment ' 



Salary 



Achilles, Theodore C 

Bacon, J. Kenly — 

Bailey, E. Tomlin 

Ballantine, Joseph W 

Barnes, William 

Barbour, Walworth 

Belovsky, Sidney A 

BenninghofE, H. MerrelL 

Benson, Barry T.3 

Blake, Gilson G. 

Boal, Pierre de L.2 

Boehringer, Carl H 

Bohan, Merwin L.s 

Bohlen, Charles E 

Bonbright, James C. H.- 

Braddock, Daniel M 

Brown, Aaron S 

Brown, James E., Jr 

Butler, George H 

Cannon, Cavendish W.. 

Canty, George R. - 

Carrigan, John Willard.. 

Chapin, Selden 

Chapman, J. Holbrook.. 

Chase, Augustus S. 

Cochran, William P., Jr. 

Colquitt, Adrian B 

Cootes, Merritt N 

Cory, Thomas J.3 

Cox, Raymond E 

Davis, Moimett B 

Davis, Nathaniel P _ 

Dawson, Allan 3 

Day, Henry B.s 

Dick, HassellH 

Dickover, Erie R 

Dooman, Eugene H 

Dowling, Walter C 

Drumright, Everett F.-. 

duBois, Coert- 

Durbrow, Elbridge 

Elbrick, C. Burke 

English, Clifton P.. 

Espy, James 

Farrell, William S 

Ferris, Walton C 

Flake, Wilson C 

Foote, Walter A.3_ 

Foster, Andrew B 

Foster, Carol H 

Freers, Edward L.3_ 

Geist, Raymond H 

George, W. Perry 

Gordon, George A. 2 

Grew, Joseph C.'.. 



District of Columbia. - 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey --, 

M assachusetts - - 

Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

New York 

New York 

Texas 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Texas. -- 

M assachusetts 

New York 

Michigan 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania. - . 

Illinois 

Utah 

M assachusetts 

C alifomia. -. 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia. 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania. 

Georgia 

Virginia 

C alifomia 

New York. - 

Colorado 

New Jersey 

Iowa 

Connecticut... 

South Carolina 

California 

New York 

Georgia 

Oklahoma 

California 

California 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

New York 

Wisconsin 

North C arolina 

Texas... 

Peimsylvania 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Alabama 

New York 

New Hampshire 



July 
Aug. 28, 
June 19, 
Jan. 7, 
July 15^ 
Feb. 26, 
Feb. 14, 
Aug. 
Oct. 
July 
Jan. 
Mar. 15, 
July 10, 
June 



13, 



11 



June 19, 
Feb. 10, 
Jan. 10, 
Feb. 18, 
Jan. 30, 
Mar. 15, 
Nov. 16, 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 
June 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Sept. 14 
Aug. 23, 
Sept. 30 
Apr. 25, 
Sept 
June 20, 
June 
Sept. 17, 
June 28, 
Feb. 16, 
Mar. 17, 
Feb. 15, 
Oct. 
May 28, 
Aug. 
May 10, 
Mar. 16, 
Feb. 19, 
Oct. 21 
Feb. 
Mar. 10, 
July 14 
Aug. 29 
July 21 
Feb. 11 
Apr. 24, 
Apr. 
Sept 



1. 1941 
,, 1941 
, 1942 
,1942 
i, 1941 
., 1945 
,1944 
, 1942 
i 1944 
:, 1942 
;, 1944 
, 1945 
, 1944 
i, 1942 
,1942 
,1945 
,, 1945 
, 1943 
, 1945 
i. 1941 
,, 1943 
,1942 
!, 1945 
, 1944 

1. 1942 
,1943 
,1944 
,1944 
, 1944 
, 1943 
,, 1941 
;, 1943 
,, 1944 
;, 1944 
,1941 
, 1943 
, 1943 
,1945 
,, 1945 
■, 1941 
., 1942 
', 1944 
,, 1944 
., 1945 
,1944 
,1941 
i, 1945 
1, 1945 
, 1944 
, 1941 
,1944 
,1944 
:, 1941 
,1941 
,1942 



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

2 Underprovisionsof theaetof Apr. 1, 1941. 

' Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



51 



Name 



Gufler, Bernard 

Hamilton, Maxwell M 

Harrison, Landreth M.2.. 

Harrison, Randolph. 

Heacock, Roger L 

Henderson, George D 

Henry R. Horton 

Holder, Oscar C - 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Hughes, Morris N 

Hukill, George R.^ 

Huston, Cloyce K 

Hutchinson, Charles A.'.. 

Hutton, Paul C-_ 

Jester, Perry N - - . 

Johansen, Beppo R 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr.-. 

Josselyn, Paul R. 

Keeler, Erwin P 

Kohler, Foy D-._- 

Krentz, Kenneth C 

Lane, Clayton 2_._ -.- 

Leverich, Henry P.. 

Lockhart, Frank P 

Macatee, Robert B 

Mallon, Patrick 

Matthews, H. Freeman 

McDonough, Dayle C 

McGonigal, Donal F.2 

McKerma, James E 

Meekins, Lynn W.2 

Meyer, Paul W 

Minor, Harold B 

Mitchell, Reginald P 

Montgomery, Edmund B. 

Morgan, John H 

Murray, Alton T.2 

Newbegin, Robert 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 2 

Ocheltree, John B.« 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 

Parsons, J. Graham 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr... 

Peck, Willys R.s 

Penfield, James K 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 

Plitt, Edwin A. 

Pool, John C 

Reams, R. Borden.. 

Reber, Samuel*. 

Riddleberger, James W... 
Rutherford, M. Robert 



Whence appointed 



Washington 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

Virginia.. 

California 

California 

Arizona 

Louisiana 

New York 

Illinois 

Delaware . . . 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

North Carolina. 

Virginia 

Florida 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Indiana 

Ohio 

Iowa 

California 

New Jersey 

Texas 

Virginia 

Ohio. 

Maryland 

Missouri 

New York 

Massachusetts. . 
Pennsylvania... 

Colorado... 

Kansas 

Florida 

Illinois 

Massachusetts.. 

California 

Massachusetts.. 

Arkansas 

Nevada 

Massachusetts.. 

New York. 

New York 

California 

California 

California 

Maryland 

Delaware 

Pennsylvania... 

New York 

Virginia 

Montana 



Date of 
assignment 



Jan. 

July 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

July 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

Nov. 

May 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

Sept. 

May 

Nov. 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 



;, 1942 
1, 1944 
,1944 
,1942 
, 1942 
, 1944 
,1942 
,1945 
,1944 
,1943 
, 1945 
,1941 
, 1945 
,1941 
,1941 
;, 1942 
, 1942 
, 1943 
,1943 
', 1941 
, 1943 
, 1945 
,1943 
,1942 
,1941 
,1944 
, 1943 
, 1943 
,1944 
i, 1941 
,1944 
, 1942 
, 1943 
,1945 
,, 1943 
, 1943 
,1944 
', 1945 
,1944 
,1944 
,1945 
,1942 
,1944 
,1942 
., 1944 
, 1942 
,1941 
, 1942 
,1942 
, 1944 
, 1943 
, 1945 



Salary 



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

' Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

3 Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

* Temporarily detailed to London as counselor of mission on staff of U. S. Political Adviser, Supreme Headquarters, 
Allied Expeditionary Force. 



52 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 



Satterthwaite, Joseph 0... 
Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur » 
Schoenfeld, Rudolph E.'.. 

Stanton, Edwin F. __. 

Steyne, Alan N 

Sturgeon, Leo D. 

Summerlin, George T 

Tewell, Harold S 

Timberlake, Clare H 

Travers, Howard K 

Trimble, William C 

Turner, William T 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr.' 

Vance, Marshall M.' 

Vincent, John Carter 

Wailes, Edward T 

Warren, Avra M 2 6 

Warren, Fletcher. ._ 

Wasson, Thomas C 

Wellborn, Alfred T 

Wells, Milton K 

Wendelin, Eric C 

Williams, Frank S 

Willis, Miss Frances E 

Wilson, Evan M 

Wright, James H 

Yuni, William E.3_. 



Whence appointed 



Michigan 

District of Columbia 
District of Columbia 

California __. 

New York 

Illinois 

Louisiana. . _ 

North Dakota 

Michigan.. 

New York 

Maryland. .-. 

Georgia 

West Virginia 

Ohio 

Georgia 

New York 

Maryland 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Massachusetts. 

Mississippi 

California 

Pennsylvania _ . 

Missouri.. _.. 

Washington 



Date of 
assignment 



Mar. 

June 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

June 

Aug. 

June 

June 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Apr. 

June 

Apr. 

Dec. 

June 

Jan. 



13, 1945 

30. 1944 

29. 1945 

24. 1942 

23. 1943 
27, 1941 

25. 1941 
24, 1945 

26. 1943 

22. 1942 

24. 1942 
3, 1942 

29. 1944 
18, 1944 
15, 1942 
22, 1944 

2, 1945 

15. 1943 

18. 1941 
4, 1945 

13. 1944 
21, 1944 

3, 1942 

22. 1944 

26. 1942 
11, 1941 

26. 1945 



OFFICERS ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



Name 



Beach, Arthur Eugene < 

Brown, G. Stewart*- __ 

Flood, Peter H. A 

Gowen, Franklin C 

Landis, James McCauley * '_ 

Levison, George Lewis* 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr.. 

Matthews, Jeff Douglas * 

Myers, Harold Edwin * 

Ozzard, Charles J.*... _. 

Peterson, Edward M.* 

Rountree, William M.< 

Shollenberger, Joseph H.*.._ 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr 

Villard, Henry H.* 

Winters, George H 

Young, Roland A.*. 



Where assigned 



Middle East Supply Center. 
Allied Commission for Italy. 

Ciudad Juarez.. 

Vatican City 

Middle East Supply Center. 
do 



European Advisory Commission, London 

Middle East Supply Center 

do. 

do 

do _ 

do ... 

...do 

Vatican City 

North African Joint Economic Commission. 

C iud ad Ju&rez 

Middle East Supply Center 



Whence appointed 



Maryland 

Dist. Columbia... 
New Hampshire. - 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

California. 

New Jersey 

Montana 

Kansas 

New Jersey 

Montana 

Georgia.- 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Massachusetts 

Kansas 

Massachusetts 



Date of 
assicnmcnt 



July 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
July 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
May 
Dec. 
May 



11. 1944 

17. 1945 

6. 1942 
2, 1944 

17, 1943 
15, 1943 
13, 1943 
20, 1943 
12, 1943 
1, 1944 

8. 1943 
1, 1942 

26, 1943 
24, 1941 
10, 1943 
2, 1942 
11,1943 



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

'' Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

3 Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

* Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 

' With the personal rank of minister. 

' Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
OFFICERS ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



53 



Name 



Whence appointed 



Date of 
assignment 



Butrick, Ricliard P.._ 

Cocliran, H. Merle 

DeCourcy, William E 



New York 
Arizona... 
Texas 



May 25,1944 
Dec. 9, 1942 
Aug. 17, 1944 



OFFICERS ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING REESTABLISHED 



Name 


Status 


Whence appointed 


Salary 


Bagby, Philip H 


On lea\-e for military duty 


Virginia 


$3, 100 


Bates, Robert C.i 


do . . 


Montana 


Bogardus, George F 


do .. 




3,100 
6, 200 


Brooks, Russell M 


Consul at Lyon; office not yet reestablished 


Oregon. . 


Brownlee, Roland H.' 


On leave for military duty 


New York 


Bruins, John H. 


First secretary and consul at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; 

office not yet established. 
On leave for military duty ___ 


New York 


6 200 


Bruner, Glen W 


Colorado.. 


4 100 


Burdett, William C, Jr 


do 


Georgia 


2,800 


Burris, Philip Howell 


do 


Ohio. 


Calhoun, John A 


do 


California 


3 400 


Collins, Atwood, 2d 


do... 


Connecticut 




Cooper, Charles A 


On leave of absence without pay 


Nebraska 


• 4 200 


Downs, Donald ' 


On leave for military duty 


Nevada. 




Doyle, Albert M 


Consul general at Amsterdam; office not yet reestab- 
lished. 
On leave for military duty 


Michigan 


7,200 


Farringer, Dale E.i... 


Minnesota. 


Fitzgerald, William B.i 


Senior economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet 

reestablished. 
On leave for military duty . 


District of Columbia 




Forman, Douglas N., Jr 


Massachusetts 

New York 


2,800 
2,800 


Gannett, Michael R.. . ... 


do 


Gasque, J. Allard 


do 


South Carolina 


Gauss, Clarence E 


On leave pending retirement. _. 


Connecticut 


17, 500 


Grampp, William D.i 


Vice consul at Genoa; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty... . 


Illinois 


Greene, Joseph N., Jr 


Massachusetts 

South Carolina... 

Coimecticut 


3 100 


Hammond, B. Miles 


do 


4 000 


Hanson, Henry, Jr.. 


do 


3 100 


Heard, Alexander 1- 


do 


Georgia 




Hodgson, James Flion ' . 


Adviser on economic afTairs at Kcsice, Czechoslovakia; 

ofpce not yet established. 
On leave for military duty 


New York 




Ingle, Edward M 


Te.xas 




Klieforth, Alfred W 


Counselor of embassy at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; office 

not yet established. 
Vice consul at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; office not yet 

established. 
On leave of absence without pay 


Pennsylvania 

New York 


9 000 


Kubalek, William ' 




La Rue, G. Wallace 


Missouri... 


4 000 


Lavallee, Jerome R 


On leave for military duty 


Massachusetts 




Leggett, Herbert B.i 


do 


California 




Lutkins, LaRue R 


.. do - 


New York 

Maryland 


3 100 


Marvel, William W.i 


do._. 




McCargar, James G 


do 


California 


2,800 


McCartv, Glenn R.' 


do 


Iowa 


McKay, Donald S.i 


do 


New York 




McSweenev, John M.. 


... do . 


Massachusetts 

New York 


3 500 


Middlebrook, Robert W 


do 




Minnigerode, H. Gordon 

Mirick, Susannah L . 


Vice consul at Amsterdam; office not yet reestablished __ 
Vice consul at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; office not yet 
established. 

On leave for military duty 

Vice consul at Genoa; office not yet reestablished 

On leave for military duty 


District of Columbia.. 
Massachusetts 


4,100 


Mitchell, William A 


Maine 




Moss, Herman ' 


New York 




Nolan, Thomas F.i 


Wisconsin 





' Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 



54 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 194 5 

OFFICERS ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING REESTABLISHED— Con. 



Name 



Status 



Whence appointed Salary 



O'Brien, Mrs. Pattie Field >_ 



Oliver, John G... 
Parry, Carroll C. 



Poole, Richard A 

Reese, Raymond E 

Robbins, Warren Delano '.. 

Rockwell, Stuart W 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 

Schnee, Alexander i 

Sheldon, Roy Van Auken >. 



Sitton, Ora S.2 

Smith, Miss A. Viola... 

Speer, James P., 2d 

Squire, John P 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr... 

Stoops, Don '_ 

Thayer, Charles W 

Usher, Richard E 

Whittinghill, George D. 
Wilkinson, Edward G.L 



Administrative assistant at Amsterdam; office not yet 

reestablished. 

On leave for military duty, 

Vice consul at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; office not yet 

established. 

On leave for military duty 

...do 



Colorado. 



Texas 

Missouri. 



.do. 
-do- 
.do. 
.do. 



Senior economic analyst at Kosice, Czechoslovakia; office 
not yet established. 

Vice consul at Lyon; office not yet reestablished 

On leave of absence without pay ... 

On leave for military duty 

do 



New Jersey 

District of Columbia. 
District of Columbia. 

Pennsylvania _ . 

Indiana 

New York 

New York 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do- 
.do- 



Williams, William L. S. 



Senior economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet 

reestablished. 
On leave for military duty 



Washington 

California 

Oklahoma.. 

Massachusetts 

California 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

New York 

District of Columbia. 

Wisconsin 



SPECIAL OFFICES 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment 


Salary 


AUSTRIA 

Office of the United States Political 
Adviser, Commanding General, 
United States Army Forces, Medi- 
terranean Theater of Operations. 

fTI 


John G. Erhardt, United States po- 

Utieal adviser. 
Cecil Wayne Gray, counselor of 
mission. 

James Lucian McCamy, adviser on 
economic affairs. 

Sydney L. W. Mellen, senior eco- 
nomic analyst. 

Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural 
adviser. 

Mrs. Eleanor Lansing Dulles, senior 
economic analyst. 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, attach^. 

Edward Salner, attachfe 

Duncan Murchison White, vice 
consul. 

Richard A. 0. Schwartz, assistant to 
agricultural adviser. 

Miss Eleanor C. Raynor, vice consul. 

Miss Miriam Boulotchnik, admin- 
istrative assistant. 

Miss Ruth Anderson, administra- 
tive assistant. 


New York 


Jan. 25,1945 
Dec. 23,1944 

Dec. 27,1944 

Dec. 20,1944 

Dec. 28,1944 

Feb. 23,1945 

Mar. 16, 1945 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Jan. 8, 1945 

Jan. 13,1945 

Feb. 21,1945 
Jan. 22,1945 

Feb. 27,1945 


$9, 800 


Tennessee 


7,000 








District of Colum- 
bia. 
Virginia 






New York" 

Rhode Island 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina 

District of Colum 
bia. 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 





























1 Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 



2 Temporarily at Paris. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



55 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment 


Salary 


GERMANY 

Office of the United States Political 
Adviser to Supreme Headquarters, 
Allied Expeditionary Force. 


Robert D. Murphy, United States 

political adviser. 1 
Donald R. Heath, counselor of 

mission (also counselor of mission 

at Berlin). 
Parker W. Buhrman, Foreign Serv- 
ice officer. 

Sydney B. Redecker, secretary 

A. Dana Hodgdon, first secretary; 

consul. 
Ware Adams, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Jacob D. Beam, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Carmel Offie, Foreign Service 

officer. 

Brewster H. Morris, secretary 

Perry Laukhuff, secretary... 


Wisconsin 


Sept. 15, 1944 
Nov. 1,1944 

Oct. 5, 1944 

Dec. 30,1944 
Aug. 26,1944 

Oct. 16,1944 

Oct. 16,1944 

Oct. 11,1944 

Dec. 8, 1944 
Jan. 8, 1945 
Feb. 20,1945 

Dec. 20,1944 
Dec. 16,1944 

Oct. 23, 1944 

Mar. 16, 1945 
Mar. 16, 1945 
Oct. 6, 1944 

Oct. 17,1944 

Jan. 15, 1945 
Dec. 23,1944 
Jan. 25, 1945 

Mar. 12, 1945 

Nov. 4,1944 

Dec. 21,1944 

Nov. 1, 1944 

Nov. 1,1944 

Nov. 20, 1944 

Dec. 20,1944 

Jan. 29,1945 
Feb. 10,1945 
Feb. 15,1945 
Mar. 13, 1945 


$9,600 
9,000 

8,200 

8,200 
7,000 

5 100 


Kansas 


Virginia _ 




New York ._ 




Maryland 

Georgia . . _. 




New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Peimsylvania _ 

Ohio 


4,500 

4,200 

4,000 
4,000 
4,000 

3,500 
3,500 

3,100 




G. Frederick Reinhardt, Foreign 

Service officer. 

Frederick J. Mann, secretary 

John W. Tuthill, secretary; vice 

consul. 
Herbert F. N. Schmitt, Foreign 

Service officer. 

Robert T. Pell, press relations officer- 
William Wittausch, attache 


California. _. 




New York 




Massachusetts 

Michigan 


(T) 


New York 






California.. 






Edward M. Mueller, senior economic 
analyst. 

Ralph M. Wood, senior economic 
analyst. 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, attach^ _.. 

John E. Utter, economic analyst.-".. 

John Francis Bricca, administrative 
assistant. 

John Theodore Krumpelmann, 
attache. 

William ^ruce Lockling, attache 
(also attache at Berlin). 

Froelich G. Rainey, senior economic 
analyst. 

John L. Chase, vice consul (also 
vice consul at Berlin). 

Louis A. Wiesner, Foreign Service 
Auxiliary officer (also vice consul 
at Berlin). 

Miss Virginia I. Cullen, administra- 
tive assistant. 

Miss Tomena Jo Thoreson, admin- 
istrative assistant. 

G. Edward Reynolds, vice consul... 

Joseph W. Schutz, vice consul _ 

Gardner C. Carpenter, vice consul.. 

Ralph S. Collins, vice consul 


District of Colum- 
bia. 
New York 










Maryland 






New York 






Massachusetts 

Louisiana 










Washington 

Connecticut 

New York _ 






Michigan ... _. 






Pennsylvania 

North Dakota 

Toronto 














Florida 






California 






Tennessee. 





> With the personal rank of ambassador. 



56 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



Post 


Name and rank 


Whence appointed 


Date of 
assignment ' 


Salary 


ITALY 












Naples (Office of the United States 
Political Adviser on the staff of the 
Supreme Allied Commander, Med- 
iterranean Theater) . 


Joseph E. Jacobs, Foreign Service 

officer. 
James Orr Denby, Foreign Service 

officer. 
John Peabody Palmer, Foreign 

Service officer. 
Carl F. Norden, Foreign Service 

officer. 
William 0. Boswell, Foreign Service. 

officer. 
Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., Foreign Service 

officer. 
Robert S. Folsom, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Thomas S. Estes, Foreign Service 

officer. 
Leslie Albion Squires,' Foreign 

Service officer. 


South Carolina 

TndiaTia 


Jan. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Dec. 


1, 1945 

28, 1944 

5, 1945 

23. 1944 

24. 1945 
10, 1945 

8, 1945 
2, 1944 
9, 1944 


$10, 000 
6,600 


Washington 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

lOinois - 


4,300 

3,600 
3,600 
3,500 




Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

California 


3,400 
3,400 
3,100 








(T) 


Harry Le Bovit, agricultural econo- 
mist. 

William M. Lauman, special assist- 
ant. 

Paul Anthony Chadwell, economic 
analyst. 

Bertha Shurtok, administrative as- 
sistant. 


District of Colum- 
bia 
New York 


Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Jan, 


17, 1945 
27, 1945 
1, 1945 
3, 1945 










New York 






New York 










Rome (Office of the United States 
Representative on the Advisory 
Council for Italy). 


Alexander C. Kirk, United States 
representative. 2 

H. Coit MacLean, secretary 

Lester L Schnare, secretary 


Illinois 

Virginia 


Mar. 

JFeb. 
tFeb. 
tFeb. 


31. 1944 

10. 1945 
10, 1945 
10, 1945 


10, 000 
8,900 


Georgia .. . . 


7,800 






New York 


5,100 











1 Temporarily. 

2 Also ambassador to Italy. 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Page 

Abbey, Glenn A 21 

Abbott, George M 16 

Abbott, Roger Sloane 18 

Abbott, AVainwright 25 

Achilles, Theodore C 50 

Ackerman, Ralph H 40 

Ackerson, Garret O., Jr 12 

Acly, R. Austin. 46 

Adair, Charles W., Jr. 22 

Adam, Hector C, Jr.._ 3,4 

Adams, John Clarke 28 

Adams, Ware 55 

Adamson, Walter - 14 

Affeld, William C, Jr..-_ ._- 24 

Aguirre, Stephen E 31 

Ailshie, William K 30 

Ainsworth, H. Gardner. _ 27 

Alameda, Clarence J 4 

Alberts, Hugo W 37 

Alfsen, Fritz A. M 41 

Allard, Wilfred P 36 

Allen, Charles W,_ 7 

Allen, Clifford E 46 

Allen, Henry E 31 

Allen, Ronald H 46 

Allison, John M_. 19 

Alsterlund, Norah 20 

Altaflcr, Lcland C 6 

Aitafier, Maurice W 44 

Anderson, Daniel V. 41 

Anderson, Edward 3 

Anderson, Eskel V 3 

Anderson, Henry Testman 21 

Anderson, Ruth S 54 

Anderson, Stewart G__ 47 

Anderson, W. Strattou, Jr 36 

Andrews, Archie M., Jr 20 

Andrews, Charles L 14 

Andrews, George D 8 

Apple, Charles E 36 

Applewhite, Virgil G 49 

Archer, Harry C 6 

Armour, Norman 40 

Armstrong, George Alexander 21 

Armstrong, Lawrence S 13 

Arnesen, Sigurd J 42 

Arnold, Lawrence L 1 

Arnold, Robert C 2 

Ashford, Mahlon 41 

Ashley, Carleton. 47 

Ashton, Horace D 25 

Atcheson, George, Jr_ 9 

Atherton, Ray :... 6,14 

Await, Fred H.... 40 

Ayer, William Francis 21 

Babbitt, Theodore 45 

Bach, Morton,-. 43 

Bacon, J. Kenly 50 



Page 

Bagby, Philip H 53 

Bagnoli, Emile.... _ 28 

Bailey, E. Tomlin _.. 50 

Bailey, Frank E 24 

Bailey.John W., Jr 8 

Baker, Joseph K 26 

Baker, Roy W 21 

Baldwin, Karl Ferguson 2 

Baldwin, La Verne 40 

Ballantine, Joseph W 50 

Bals, Wilson T. _._ 45 

Bandy, Alvin E 4 

Bankhead, Henry M 6 

Bankhead, John L 7 

Barbour, Walworth 50 

Barclay, Ben W 4 

Barghoorn, Frederick C... 47 

Barker, Edmund Osborne 18 

Barnes, Courtlandt D., Jr 1" 

Barnes, Curtis Waldo 49 

Barnes, Maynard B.._ 6 

Barnes, William 50 

Barnette, Larry 5 

Barnum, Robert H _.. 8 

Barrett, William C 28 

Barry, C. Victor . 20 

Barry, John R 7 

Barton, Donald R 45 

Baruch, Herman B.. 38 

Bastianello, Raymond 30 

Bates, Freeman F 20 

Bates, Robert C 53 

Battles, Robert E... 30 

Bay, Charles A 30 

Bay, R. John 23 

Beach, Arthur Eugene 52 

Beach, William H 46 

Beam, Jacob D 55 

Bean, Ormand R 15 

Beaulac, Willard L_ 36 

Beaumont, Adam 7 

Beck, William H 23 

Begley, Harry R 15 

Bell, James C 44 

Bell, James D 11 

Belovsky, Sidney A 50 

Belton, William 6 

Benet, Edward S_- 12 

Benjamin, Albert 47 

Bennett, Evan H 41 

Bennett, James 13 

Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr 36 

Benninghofl, H. Merrell 50 

Benson, Barry T 50 

Benson, Jesse G 37 

Bentley, Alvin M 10 

Benton, J. Webb 3 

Benton, Russell W 12 

Berenguer, Arnaldo 34 



Page 

Berger, David C i 

Bergus, Donald C 23 

Berle, Adolf A., Jr.. 4 

Bernardoni, Bernard. 28 

Bernbaum, Maurice M.. 34 

Berry, Burton Y _ 40 

Bertot, Raoul A 13 

Bethune, Harry G., Jr 8 

Betts, Paul C._ 7 

Beverstock, Roswell C 25 

Beyer, Roland K 45 

Beylard, Charles B.. 18 

Bigelow, Donald F 43 

Biggerstafl, Knight.. 11 

Bingham, Hiram, Jr 1 

Birge, Walter W., Jr 27 

Birkeland, Carl 42 

Birkeland, Paul M... 13,33,35,38 

Bishop, Max Waldo 21 

Bixler, Paul E... 48 

Black, Cyril E 6 

Black, Robert 5 

Blake, Gilson G 50 

Blake, M. Williams 26 

Blake, Ralph J.._ 9 

Blanchard, Louis F 30 

Bland, Carl C 47 

Blankinship, Byron E 40 

Blanshard, Paul 23 

Blatchford, Edward W .. 35 

Blau, Louis Cecil 37 

Bliss, Don C, Jr.. 19 

Blocker, V. Harwood 5 

Blocker, William P 31 

Blohm, Lee R 33 

Bloomingdale, Donald 42 

Blue, William L 28 

Boal, Pierre de L 50 

Boaz, Samuel E 21 

Boeck, Alvord L 14 

Boehringer, Carl H 50 

Boernstein, Ralph A 7 

Bogardus, George F 53 

Bohan, Merwin L__ 50 

Bohanon, Bettye M 37 

Bohlen, Charles E . 50 

Bohne, Frederick A 7 

Bonbright, James C. H 50 

Bond, Niles W 40 

Bonnet, Ellis A 9 

Bonsai, Philip W 40 

Boom, Willem E 13,33,35,38 

Boone, William E 13 

Boonstra, Clarence 13 

Borton, George F 4 

Boswell, William O 56 

Botsford, Clarence A 13 

Boucher, Hiram A 4 

Boulotchnik, Miriam 54 

57 



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Page 

Bourgerie, Elmer H 15 

Bowden, William Henry 49 

Bowditch, Sarah H 20 

Bower, Roy E.B 22 

Bowers, Claude G 8 

Bowie, John M 34 

Bowie, Thomas Donald 41 

Bowman, Howard A 11 

Bowman, Thomas D 46 

Bownass, Richard Mason 32 

Boyce, Richard F 12 

Boyd, Alfred G .- 20 

Boyd, John H 18 

Bradbury, Robert 30 

Braddock, Daniel M 50 

Braden, Spruille 12 

Bradley, Walter Hinckley 5 

Brady, Charles C 45 

Brady, John B 9 

Brady, L. Peirce 5 

Bragonier, Reginald , Jr 47 

Brandin, Robert M 40 

Brandon, Howard 3, 4 

Brandt, George L 28 

Braun, Horace Harper 31 

Braxton, Randolph H 32 

Bream, Gray 42 

Breazeale, Albert F 48 

Breckinridge, Robert 11 

Brennan, Peter J 47 

Breuer, Carl 48 

Brewster, Herbert Daniel 45 

Brewster, William L 30 

Bricca, John Francis 55 

Bridge, H. P ---- 34 

Bridgett, W. Charles 24 

Briggs, Ellis O 10 

Briggs, William S ,-. 39 

Brinson, Noah M 16 

Brinton, John 15 

Brist, George L 7 

Bristol, Howard H., Jr 25 

Brockman, John B 34 

Broderick, Maurice J-- 14 

Brookhart, Charles E 22 

Brooks, Clarence C 8 

Brooks, Russell M 53 

Brown, Aaron S 50 

Brown, Cantwell C 30 

Brown, Emerson I 5 

Brown, Gilbert J 30 

Brown, G. Stewart 52 

Brown, James E., Jr 50 

Brown, Kermit K.. 41 

Brown, Nathan A 25 

Brown, Robert L 18 

Brown, Robert Y 47 

Brown, Stephen C 19 

Brown, Willard O 20 

Brown, William H 7 

Browne, Horace A 43 

Browne, Sidney H 33 

Brownlee, Roland H 53 

Bruins, John H -•__ 53 

Brul6, Frederick Joseph 8 



Page 

Bruner, Glen W 53 

Bruns, Robert M 21,22 

Bruns, William H 22 

Buckley, Ralph L 47 

Buell, Robert L 3 

Bugbee, Howard C 20 

Buhrman, Parker W 55 

Bulik, Joseph J 47 

Bullockus, Theodore 23 

Burdett, William C, Jr 53 

Burke, Gordon L 12 

Burke, Thomas Edmund 9 

Burns, Abbott S 31 

Burns, Findley, Jr 3 

Burns, John H 4 

Burns, Thomas D 14 

Burris, Philip Howell 53 

Burrows, Charles R 1 

Bursley, Herbert S 30 

Burt, Joseph F ._ 15 

Bush, Guy Louis 5 

Busser, William F 30 

Butler, George H 50 

Butrick, Richard P 53 

Butterworth, WUliam W., Jr 40 

Byington, Homer M., Jr 27 

Byington, Irwin C 11 

Byrd, Richard W 45 

Byrne, James MacGregor 2 

Byrns, Kenneth A 46 

Cabot, John M .• 10 

Cady, John Clayton A 11 

Caffery, Jefferson 16 

Cahn, Rudolf E 4 

Calder, A. Bland 9 

Calder, Donald B 19 

Calder, F. Willard 21 

Caldwell, George W., Jr.. __- 11 

Caldwell, John K 16 

Caldwell, Robert W 23 

Calhoun, John A 63 

Callahan, James E 7 

Callanan, Leo J 4 

Calvert, John S 31 

Cameron, Turner C, Jr 17 

Campbell, Arthur J 10 

Campbell, Walter L 15 

Campbell, William A 32 

Campen, Thomas S 12 

Cannon, Cavendish W SO 

Canty, George R 50 

Carey, Arthur F 1 

Carlson, Harold 42 

Carlson, Harry E 42 

Carlson, Herbert W.... 19 

Carlson, Richard W_ 22 

Carlson, Roger P 40 

Carnahan, George 11 

Carpenter, Gardner C 55 

Carrigan, John Willard.. 50 

Carroll, Loren 17 

Carswell, Robert M., Jr 40 

Carter, Albert E.__ 12 

Cass, Donn Alfred 36 



Pa-e 

Cassady, Emmett B 47 

Cassou, Bertin E__ 17 

Castleman, Edward 16 

Castleman, Reginald S 6 

Catlett, Don V 3 

Cauley, Troy J 20 

Cavanaugh, Robert J 23 

Chadwell, Paul Anthony 56 

Chalker, Robert P 19 

Chamberlain, Robert S 24 

Champion, George P 30 

Chapin, Selden 50 

Chapin, Vinton 4 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 50 

Chase, Augustus S SO 

Chase, John L_ 55 

Chase, Joseph _.. 47 

Chase, Warren M 43 

Chavez, Tibo J... 8 

Cheatle, F. Edgar... 43 

Chestem, Abner 42 

Childs, Archie W. 4 

Childs, J. Rives _. 32 

Childs, Prescott 33 

Chipman, Norris B 16 

Christensen, Keld 45 

Christensen, William H 18 

Christiani, Courtland 23 

Christin, Eugene G _ 37 

Christopherson, Carl E 33 

Chuck, Fong 10 

Chylinski, Thaddeus H 38 

Cintron, Frank.. 37 

Claffey, John F 19 

Clark, Clyde L ._ 40 

Clark, David M 1 

Clark, DuWayne G 6 

Clark, Edgar H 12,33,35,38 

Clark, Harlan B. 22 

Clark, Lew B 30 

Clark, Lewis 6 

Clark, S. Wilson 11 

Clay, Wiley T 5 

Clayton, William E 30 

Clough, Ralph N -___ 25 

Clubb, Oliver Edmund .. 47 

Cochran-, H. Merle 53 

Cochran, William P., Jr 50 

Codoner, Manuel J 31 

Cody, Morrill 36 

Coe, Robert D 19 

Cole, Felix 16 

Cole, Thomas J 12 

Cole, William E., Jr 16 

Colebrook, Mulford A __ 19 

Coleman, Edwin S 4 

Colladay, Montgomery H 27 

Collins, Atwood, 2d 53 

Collins, Ellen 49 

Collins, Ralph S 65 

Collins, V. Lansing, Jr 35 

Collon, John Francis. 15 

Colman, George T 6 

Colombat, Francis Henry.. 15 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



59 



Page 

Colquitt, Adrian B 50 

Cone, Russell A -_. 39 

Conkright, William A 30 

Connell, Richard M 11 

Connelly, Bernard C 36 

Conover, Harry 43 

Conrad, Barnaby, Jr... 41 

Conradi, Arthur, Jr .-- 42 

Constan, Peter--. 28 

Converse, Paul H. M 27 

Cooke, Hedley V., Jr.. 35 

Cooke, William R., Jr 4 

Cooper, Charles A 53 

Cooper, George B., 2d 20 

Cooper, William R_ 10 

Coors, Dallas M 22 

Cootes, Merritt N 50 

Cope, A. John, Jr 13 

Copeland, John I 13 

Corcoran, William W 43 

Corrigan, Frank P 48 

Corriean, Robert F 5 

Cortada, James N 13 

Cory, Thomas J 50 

Cottam, Howard R 17 

Cottrell, Sterling J 48 

Coudray, Robert C 15 

Coville, Cabot 42 

Cowan, Robert T 32 

Cowles, C.William 36 

Cowles, Leon L 41 

Cox, Raymond E 50 

Coyle, John J 19 

Crain, Earl T 31 

Grain, James K-- 20 

Cram, Willard W.._ 47 

Crandall, Roderic 5,36,48 

Crawford, William A 46 

Crawford, William Rex 5 

Crocker, Carson O 48 

Crocker, Edward S.,2d_ 38 

Crockett, Joseph P 34 

Crockett, Kennedy M 31 

Cromie, Leonard J 23 

Crook, Linton 28 

Cross, Cecil M. P 6 

Cruse, Fred T 12,16,24,25,34 

Crutcher, William J 24 

Cuffe, Edward D 12 

Cullen, Virginia I 55 

Cummings, Herbert J 45 

Cunningham, Frederick J 36 

Cunningham, H. Francis, Jr 35 

Cunningham, Robert Roy 43 

Curren, Ralph B_._ 15, 16, 26, 27, 29, 40,44 

Curry, Hubert M 45 

Curtis, Glion, Jr 40 

Curtis, John P 5 

Cussans, Frank 17 

Cyphers, Dudley E 7 

Daggett, Forrest N 5 

Dahl, Basil D 33 

Dalferes, Sabin J 17 

Daniels, Chandler Lawrence 2 



Page 

Daniels, Paul C 4 

Davenport, Philip M _ 22 

Davidson, Kenneth M. 5 

Davies, John, Jr 46 

Davis, Homer W 45 

Davis, Laurence L IS 

Davis, Monnett B 50 

Davis, Nathaniel P 50 

Davis, Richard H 46 

Davis, Roy Leonard 37 

Davis, Sherlock 1 

Dawson, Allan 50 

Dawson, Leonard Q 11 

Dawson, Owen L 9 

Dawson, William 47 

Day, Henry B 50 

Day, Samuel H 45 

Daymont, Laurence J 17 

Dean, David D 9 

Dean, Robert William 6 

Deane, John R _. 46 

Decker, FredH... 48 

DeCourcy, William E 53 

Degan, John J., Jr 27 

de Jonge, Alfred R. W 43 

de Lambert, Richard M 18 

de la Salandra, Dominic 14 

Delgado-Arias, D. Eugene 49 

de Lima, David A 36 

Demarest, Kenneth E 39 

Dcnby, James Orr 56 

Denhardt, Edith Tilton 20 

Denis, Louis M _.. 15 

Denman, Leroy G., Jr 24 

Dennis, Chester 5 

Derry, Charles H 2 

Desvernine, Eugene 12 

Detwiler, Alvin C 31 

Deuel, Norman B :._ 13,33,35,38 

de Zengotita, Juan 3, 4 

Dick, Harrison L 18 

Dick, Hasell H 50 

Dickerson, Charles E., Jr 38 

Dickinson, Horace J 13 

Dickover, Erie R 50 

Dillingham, Sherburne 48 

Dillon, Thomas P 37 

Dimick, John M 41 

di Venuti, Biagio 28 

D'Oench, Russell G 44 

Donahue, Robert T 45 

Donald, George K 8 

Donaldson, Harry M 7 

Doniger, Elliot 32 

Donnelly, Walter J 4,35 

Donovan, Andrew E., 2d 38 

Donovan, Howard 22 

Dooher, Gerald F. P 26 

Doolittle, Hooker A 15 

Dooman, Eugene H 50 

Dorr, Robert J 8 

Dorsh, John B 8 

Dorsz, Edmund J 38 

Dougherty, Edward C 30 

Dougherty, Joseph L 6 



Paf,'e 

Douglass, William B., Jr 38 

Dow, Edward A., Jr 15 

Dowling, Walter C 50 

Downs, Donald. 53 

Doyle, Albert M 53 

Dregge, John W '. 15 

Drew, Gerald A 16 

Dreyfus, Louis G., Jr 26 

Drumright, Everett F 50 

Dubas, Floyd J.._ 38 

DuBois, Arden Edward... 13 

duBois, Coert 50 

DuBose, Laurance T 20 

Ducotfe, Charles H 16 

Duer, Edward R., Jr.. 32 

Duggan, William R_ 46 

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing 54 

Dumont, Donald A.. 32 

Duncan, Norman 37 

Dumi, L. Milner. • 35 

Dunn, William E... 10 

Dunn, William M 3,29 

Dupre, Dallas D 17 

Duran, Gustavo 12 

Durbrow, Elbridge 50 

Dusenburg, Carlisle C 9 

Dutko, Paul M 46 

Du Vivier, Paul F 22 

Dvvyer, Henry T 7 

Dwyre, Jack G 37 

Dyer, Edwin Perry, Jr 22 

Easton, John W 20 

Eaton, Charles Edward 5 

Eaton, Earl Wilbert 31 

Ebling, Samuel G 26 

Ebright, Albert P.. -. 40 

Echols, John M 42 

Ecker-Racz, L. Lazlo 28 

Eckes, William H 4 

Eddy, William A 40 

Edwards, George E 46 

Edwards, J. Stanford 30 

Edwards, Jay Dixon 9 

Edwards, John W 32 

Efteland, Robert Grant 35 

Ehlers, Edgar S 9 

Eitreim, Irven M. 19 

Elbrick, C. Burke 50 

Eldridge, Richard 17 

EUingsen, Thor B 13, 33, 35, 38 

Ellis, Daniel E 8 

Ellis, Imogene E 21 

Ellis, Overton G., Jr 15 

Ellis, Perry 15 

Elting, Howard, Jr 44 

Embry, John A 21 

Emmanuel, John F. V 41 

Emmerson, John K 9 

Emmons, Arthur B., 3d.. 47 

Engert, Cornelius Van H 1 

Engestrom, Edward 20 

English, Clifton P 50 

English, Robert 6 

Erhardt, John G. 54 



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Page 

Erwin, John D 25 

Espy, James 50 

Estes, Murl. _.. 4 

Estes, Thomas S 56 

Etter, Willis R.. 41 

Evans, Albert E._ 49 

Evans, Charles D 48 

Evans, Ernest E 56 

Evans, Joseph R 28 

Everett, Curtis T 7 

Ewing, Adlai Merriman 43 

Fahrenholz, Phillip H 31 

Fairbank, Wilma C 10 

Fales, Herbert P 19 

Farmer, Alexander W. 9 

Farmer, Garland R., Jr 18 

Earns worth , Frederick E 15 

Farrell, William S..._j 50 

Farringer, I>ale E 53 

Fans, Keeler 17 

Faust, John B 25 

Feld, Nicholas 45 

Feldman, Arthur W 15 

Ferber, David I 41 

Ferguson , C . Vaughan, Jr 26 

Femald, Robert F 18 

Fernandez, Raymond F 17 

Ferrell, Hubert F 18 

Ferrer M., Felipe 37 

Ferris, Walton C 50 

Fidel, E. Allen _ __.. ]7 

Finley, Harold D 34 

Fishbum, John T _, 48 

Fisher, Dorsey Gassaway 19 

Fitzgerald, John F 32 

Fitzgerald, William B 53 

Fitzpatrick, James R 11 

Fitzpatrick, Robert Joseph 49 

Flack, Joseph 48 

Flack, Thomas R 43 

Flake, Wilson C 50 

Fleischmann, Julius 13, 33, 35, 38 

Fletcher, C. Paul. 21 

Fletcher, Samuel J 22 

Flexer, Fayette J ^. 40 

Flood, Douglas 21, 22 

Flood, Peter H. A ..._ __ 52 

Flournoy, William E., Jr ___ 28 

Fluharty, Vernon L 32 

Flynn, James J., Jr 22 

Flynn, Walter J 21 

Fogarty, Edelen _.. 28 

Fogler, Maurice 4i 

Follmor, Cyrus B 17 

Folsom, Robert S 56 

Foote, Walter A 50 

Forbes, Bruce W 28 

Ford, James B 41 

Ford, Richard 41 

Ford, William Joseph . _ _ . . 20 

Forman, Douglas N., Jr. _ 53 

Fomes, Frederic C, Jr_- _.. 6 

Forsyth, Donald W 36 

Forsyth, Richard A _ 42 



Forsyth, T. Muldrup_ 

Foster, Andrew B 

Foster, Carol H 

Foster, Meade T 

Foster, Patricia 

Fowler, Royal H., Jr__ 

Fox, Ernest F 

Fox, Homer S 

Fox, Joseph C 

Fraleigh, William N.. 

Franklin, Albert B 

Franklin, Lynn W 

Fredrickson, Oscar W. 

Free, Lloyd A 

Freeman, Fulton 

Freeman, Houghton. __ 

Freers, Edward L 

Fried, Milton 

Frierson, David E 

Fritzlan, A. David 

Frost, Arthur C 

Fuess, John C 

Fuller, Andrew P 

Fuller, George Gregg.. 

Fullerton, Hugh S 

Funk, Ilo C 



Fuqua, Stephen Ogden. 



Page 
35 
50 
50 

5 
28 
28 

1 

6 
32 
49 
48 
33 
18 
43 

9 
10 
50 
17 
49 
32 

7 
34 

4 

3 

16 
32 
39 



Gade, Gerhard.. 15 

Gaines, Willard R. 37 

Qalbraith, Willard 41 

Galenson, Walter 47 

Gallman, Waldemar J 19 

Gamon, David L 23 

Gamper, Charles Edward. 12 

Gannett, Michael R . 53 

Gantenbein, James W 14 

Garrison, Biddle H 8 

Garver, Carl F 26, 27 

Garza, Elias G 32 

Gaspard, Jerome T 3 

Gasque, J. Allard.. 53 

Gassoun, Joseph H 29, 44 



Gates, Caleb F., Jr 

Gatewood, Richard D.. 

Gaudin, Daniel, Jr 

Gauss, Clarence E 

Geerken. Forrest K 

Geib, Horace V 

Geier, Paul E 

Geist, Raymond H 

George, W. Perry 

George, William C 

Gerbcrich, Albert H 

Gerrity, Charles M 

Gibbons, Donald F 

Gibbons, Robert J 

Gibson, Raleigh A 

Gibson, William G 

Gibson, William M 

Gidden, Culver 

Gidney, Charles C, Jr. 

Gilbert, Charles 

Gilbert, Manson 

Gilchrist, James M., Jr. 



Gilmore, Robert W 

Gilsinn, David L 

Gist, Justie E 

Gleeck, Lewis E., Jr... 

Glover, Robert G 

Gnade, Richard E 

Godfrey, Richard A 

Godley , George McM . , 2d 

Godsey, Fred 

Goetzmann, Jule L 

Golick, Morris 

Gooch, Winslow Lament 

Qoodier, Harvey T 

Goodin, Paul A 12, 16, 24, 

Goodyear, John 

Gordon, Bartley P 

Gordon, George A 

Gorman, Douglas, Jr 

Gorrell, Juan L 

Goshie, John L.. 

Gotlieb, Bernard 

Gowen, Franklin C 

Gowen, Fred H 

Graham, Ralph Luke 

Graling, Francis J 

Grampp, William D 

Granata, Harold M 

Graves, George M 

Gray, Archibald E 

Gray, Cecil Wayne 

Gray, David 

Gray, Lloyd R. 

Green, Archie W 

Green, Caspar D 

Green, David S 

Green, Thomas C 

Greene, Boyd F 

Greene, Joseph N., Jr 

Greene, Winthrop S.. 

Greenup, Julian C 

Gresham, Vernet L 

Grew, Joseph C 

Griffin, Thomas J 

Griffith, Edwin H 

Griffiths, John F 

Griggs, Robert A 

Grinnell, Robert 

Groeninger, Joseph G 

Grosjean, Robert L 

Gross, Gerald C 

Groth, Edward M 

Ground, Ray... 

Groves, H. Lawrence 

Grunwell, Thomas A 

Guerra, Fidencio 

Guest, Paul Lynn 

Gufler, Bernard 

Guiun, Paul S 

Gullion, Edmund A 

Gunsaulus, Edwin N 

Gwymi, William M 



Haatvedt, Rolfe A... 
Hadraba, Theodore J. 
Haering, George J 



Page 

32 

1 

38 

56 

47 

44 

5 

43 

28 

41 

45 

17 

7 

25,34 

32 

23 

50 

8 

14 

27 

8 

52 

20 

17 

6 

53 

28 

7 

25 

54 

27 

34 

2 

16 

5 

11,35 

47 

53 

35 

36 

14 

50 

7 

24 

2 

28 

2 

21 

3,29 

11 

45 

32 

34 

39 

11 

8 

51 

45 

42 

7 

23 

42 

3 

33 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



61 



Page 

Hafer, William Keith_ 17 

Hagan, John Logan 12 

Hager, John Manfred 20 

Hagerman, Worthington E 38 

naldeman, Paul J 37 

Hale, Robert F 30 

Haley, Lawrence B 1" 

Hall, Claude H., Jr .-.- 23 

Hall, Monroe B 37 

Hall, Weston A 17 

Hallam, Malcolm P 24 

Halle, Elinor 12 

Hallett, Herbert 37 

Hamilton, Maxwell M 51 

Hamlette, Harry L 36 

Hamlin, John N 41 

Hammond, B. Miles 53 

Handley, William Jules 15 

Hanes, Walter W 1 

Hanley, J. Daniel-- 39 

Hannah, Archer B 11 

Hanson, Henry, Jr 53 

Hanson, Joseph Osgood, Jr 47 

Hapke, Karl R 43 

Harding, Kenneth W 12 

Harding, Robert William 7 

Hardy, Neal B 20 

Hardy, Osgood 14 

Hare, Raj-mond A 19 

Harley, Robert Bruce 5 

Harper, Clarence P 21 

Harriman, W. Averell 46 

Harrington, Julian F 3 

Harris, Arthur R- 30 

Harrison, Landreth M 51 

Harrison, Leiand 43 

Harrison, Randolph 61 

Hart, Boies C, Jr 18 

Hart, John N 13 

Hart, Parker T 40 

Hartley, Robert H 2 

Harvey, Constance R 44 

Harvey, Nicholas D. N 20 

Haselton, Norris S .- 8 

Hass, Frank F 43 

Hastings, William P - 6 

Hatch, William N.-. .- 47 

Haupt, Aldc.n M 33 

Haven, Richard B 41 

Havron, J. Brock 11 

Hawkins, Harry C 19 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr 2 

Hawley, Franklin- 13 

Hawlcy, Harry F 41 

Hawley, John C 31 

Hawthorne, Carl O 33 

Hayes, Dalton 2 

Hayes, Stanley T 7 

Hays, George A 22 

Heacock, Roger L 51 

Heard, Alexander 53 

Heath, Donald R 55 

Heath, Robert D 24 

Heck, Jack H 18 

Heck, Victor C 24 



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Hefti, Rudolph W... 2 

Heiberg, Walter L... 42 

Heilbronner, Leon C. 6 

Heiler, Bernard F-. 8 

Heisler, Charles H 21 

Helme, William B.. -. 1 

Heltberg, Amlioth G 26 

Hemmerieh, Harry F --. 22 

Hemphill, Charles F., Jr.. 1 

Henderson, Clay H 3 

Henderson, Douglas- 4 

Henderson, George D 61 

Henderson, James E ..- 31 

Henderson, Loy W-.. 27 

Henney, Alfred J- 5 

Henry, David H., 2d- - 46 

Henry, Frank Anderson - 46 

Henry, J. William- 38 

Henry, R. Horton, - 61 

Herbert, Raford W 1 

Herrington, Frank H.. 9 

Herron, Connie R 2 

Hickey, Andrew S 30 

Hickok, Thomas A.... 22 

Hicks, Knowlton V 28 

Hiern, Alden J. -. 25 

Higgins, Herbert N 30 

Higgins, William L 39 

Higgs, L. Randolph 42 

Hill, Edmund W 46 

Hill, Henry Albert 24 

Hill, Heyward G-. 18 

Hill, John C- -- 13 

Hill, Milton A 8 

Hillenbrand, Martin J -.. 39 

Himmcl, Lyle C-- 2 

Hinke, Frederick W.. 36 

Hinkle, Eugene M . 40 

Hoard, Robert S 31 

Hobbs, Claude E., Jr 3 

Hockaday, Ted M 1 15 

Hocker, Woodson F -- 37 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 55 

Hodgson, James Flinn 53 

Hoffman, Albert L-- 40 

Hoffman, Erich W. A _ 28 

Hoffman, H. Theodore 16 

Hoffmann, Walter W 5 

Hohenthal, Theodore J 49 

Holbrook, Lucius R., Jr... 9 

Holcomb, Thomas 46 

Holden, Richard K 47 

Holder, Oscar C 61 

Holdridge, Desmond 30 

Holland, David T. 28 

Holland, Henry F- 30 

Hollingsworth, Earl C 8 

Holm, Arvid G 14 

Hooper, Malcolm P 35 

Hoover, John P - 48 

Hopkins, John Abel- 11 

Hopper, George D. 23 

Horn, AdolphB 13 

Horn, Thomas S 23 

Hornbeck, Stanley K 33 



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Horner, John Evarts 44 

Horowitz, Daniel L 8 

Horsey, Outerbridge.. 51 

Horwin, Leonard 41 

Hoskins, Harold B 16, 26, 27, 29, 40 

Hostetter, Writner 20 

Houck, Fred H 21 

Hough, Curtis E 25 

Houghton, Robert B 23 

Hove, Haider L 42 

Hoverter, RossE 6 

Howard, George C 12 

Howard, Hungerford B 9 

Howard, Robert D 36 

Howard, Wendell S -.. 15 

Howell, Glenn F.- - 6 

Howell, John Jessup 32 

Hoyt, Henry A 9 

Hrones, John Q 17 

Hubbard, Phil H 44 

Huddle, J. Klahr... 43 

Huddleston, John F 27 

Hudson, Joel C 15 

Hudson, William Palmer.. 11 

Huestis, Richard S 21 

Hughes, Morris N 51 

Hughes, Thomas L 7 

Hukill, George R. 61 

Hulick, Charles E., Jr 40 

HuUey, Benjamin M... 16 

Humes, Elizabeth-. 38 

Hunsaker, Lee M- - 9 

Hunt, Frederick D 31 

Hunt, Leigh W 3 

Hunt, Ralph H 2 

Hunter, Robert L 32 

Hurley, Patrick J 9 

Hurst, Carlton. 18 

Huston, Cloyce K 51 

Hutchinson, Charles A 51 

Hutton, Paul C 51 

Hyde, Austin W., Jr 31 

Ingle, Edward M 53 

Isaacs, C. Grant 2 

Ives, J. Winsor 38 

Jackson, Henry C 39 

Jackson, Virgil A 29,44 

Jacobs, Joseph E 66 

Jacobson, Harold W 10 

Jakes, Robert, 3d.- 5 

Jandrey, Fred W- 28 

Janz, Robert 35 

Jarrell, Henry T 9 

Jenkins, Douglas, Jr 2 

Jenkins, John H 37 

Jensen, Finn B-- 43 

Jensen, Julius C 44 

Jepson, Florence H 20 

Jernegan, John D 26 

Jester, Perry N 61 

Johansen, Beppo R 51 

John, George O 14 

Johnsen, Lester J.. - 35 

Johnson, Donald S 37 



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Johnson, Ellis A 45 

Johnson, Ethel M 20 

Johnson, Eugene H 7 

Johnson, Frank M. S 33 

Johnson, Frederick C 7 

Johnson, Hallett 12 

Johnson, Harold Frost 17 

Johnson, Hartwell 18 

Johnson, Herschel V 42 

Johnson, John D 7 

Johnson, Leslie W 1 

Johnson, Nelson T 2 

Johnson, Richard A 19 

Johnson, U. Alexis 37 

Johnson, Wendell G 40 

Johnston, Coldwell S 7 

Johnston, Leland P 14 

Jones, Franklin V. C 31 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr 51 

Jones, Gerald G 13 

Jones, J. JefEerson, 3d 33 

Jones, J. Wesley 27 

Jones, Joseph A 13 

Jordan, Curtis C 32 

Jordan, Francis C 25 

Jordan, Russell B 6 

Josselyn, Paul R 51 

Jova, Eugene E 13 

Jovin, Francis K 2 

Judson, Frederick B 34 

Kamm, Robert S 14 

Kann, Paul J ._ 45 

Kasper, Herman R 39 

Kasserman, Harold W 42 

Kasunich, John E.__ 49 

Katsainos, Charles T 43 

Kaufholz, Edward 11 

Eazanjian, Reginald S 4 

Keeler, Erwin P 51 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr 3 

Keith, Gerald 38 

Kekich, Emil 49 

Keller, Frank Lener 4 

Kelly, George F 23 

Kelsey, Easton T 7 

Kemler, John 41 

Kemp, Edwin Carl 7 

Kempton, James H 49 

Kendrick, Stephen E.C 3 

Kennan, George F 46 

Kennedy, Edmond 3,29 

Kennedy, Edward S 26 

Kent, Ralph E 24 

Kent, Zolita F 13,35,38 

Keogh, John Belfort 38 

Kcssler, Alfred A 42 

Ketcham, John B 31 

Key. David McK 27 

Kidder, Randolph A 5 

Kifer, Russell Stanley 28 

Kilcoin, William L 48 

Kimrey, Chester H 24 

King, Joseph C. 1 

King, Nat B 48 

Kingsley, Thomas D 48 



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Kirk, Alexander C. 27,66 

Klass, Richard A 22 

Klaveness, Francis A 42 

Klieforth, Alfred W 63 

Kline, Wendell F 20 

Kneeland, Walter E 31 

Knight, Cleveland B 19 

Knoll, Denys William 46 

Knox, Charles F., Jr 48 

Knox, M. Gordon 42 

Kohler, Foy D 51 

Kolb, Raymond E 23 

Kolinski, Charles James 21 

Kolt, Charles V 11 

Krausse, Henry G 31 

Kreis; Foster H 39 

Krentz, Kenneth C 60 

Krieg, William L 48 

Kroner, Hayes A 4 

Kropp, Miriam Therese 37 

Kross, John D 28 

Krumpelmann, John Theodore... 55 

Kubalek, William 53 

Kuhn, Frederick A 29 

Kuniholm, Bertel E 7 

Kuykendall, C. Porter 21 

Kyle, Edwin Jackson 24 

Labouisse, Henry R., Jr 17 

La Casce, Elroy O., Jr 29 

La Croix, Edward A 10 

Lada-Mocarski, Valerian 44 

Lafoon, Sidney K 43 

Lafore, Lawrence D 17 

Lambeth, J. D 31 

Lamm, Donald W 5 

LaMont, George D 22 

Lamprecht, Reinhard W 16 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr 38 

Landis, James McCauley 52 

Lane, Arthur Bliss 38 

Lane, Clayton 61 

Lane, Francis A 27 

Lane, Rufus H., Jr 9 

Lang, John W _ 1 

Langdon, WUliam R 10 

Lankenau, Richard F __ 2 

Larrabee, Sterling L 24 

Larragoite, Armando, Jr 49 

Larsen, Gilbert E 15 

La Rue, G. Wallace. 63 

Lashly, Paul W 32 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr 35 

Laughlin, Gordon Cummings 34 

Laughlin, John S 24 

Laukhuff, Perry 55 

Lauman, William M 56 

Lavallee, Jerome R 53 

Lawler, Edward J 7 

Lawson, Edward B 44 

Lawson, Stanley R 43 

Lawton, Edward P. 18 

Lawton, James S 33 

Leach, Richard S... 15 

Leavell, John H 15 



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Leavens, Donald C 47 

LeBovit, Harry 56 

LeBreton, David, Jr 15 

Lebus, William Frank, Jr 35 

Lee, Armistead M 18 

Lee, Carnes B 20 

Lee, Charles H 1 

Legge, Barnwell R 43 

Leggett, Herbert 53 

Lehnhard, Donald F U 

Lehrs, John A 43 

Leigh, Egbert Giles 3 

Lemmon, Norma 14 

Leonard, Marion Allen 1» 

Leonard, Richard R 28 

Leonhardy , Terrance G 38 

Leonhart, WiUiam K 2 

Leslie, Aldene Barrington 5 

Leverich, Henry P 51 

Levison, George Lewis 52 

Lewis, Charles W., Jr 32 

Lewis, Harrison 43 

Lewis, Harry R 36 

L'Hcuieux, Herv6 J 12 

Lieder, Eugene J 14 

Lightner, E . Allan, Jr 52 

Lind, Nils E 40 

Lineaweaver, F. Ridgway 5 

Lines, David A 14 

Linnell, Irving N 46 

Linthicum, AV alter J __ 30 

Lippineott, Aubrey E 1 

Lister, George T 10,11 

Listen, Paul F 23 

Litsey, Weldon 11 

Little, Charles J 17 

Little, George Alexander 37 

Littlejohn, Angus C, Jr 4 

Livengood, Charles A 27 

Lloyd, Rupert A 29 

Lobenstine, James C _ _ 10 

Locke, Justin N 41 

Lockett, Thomas H 30 

Lockhart, Frank P 51 

Lockling, W. Bruce 55 

Loftus, Victor H 28 

Logan, James H 12 

Long, Boaz- 23 

Loof bourow, Frederick R 44 

Lopizich, Ivo H 37 

Lord, John H. 23 

Loren, Odin G _ 49 

Lovell, Alfred H.,Jr 37 

Ludden, Raymond P 9,10 

Ludy, Albert K., Jr 25 

Luebbermami, Henri A 48 

Lusk, John C 40 

Lutkins, LaRue R 53 

Lynch, Andrew G 22 

Lynch, William R 45 

Lyon, Cecil B 15 

Lyon, Scott 3 

MacArthur, Douglas, 2d 17 

Macatee, Robert B 51 

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Macaulay, Charles S 4 

Macdonald, John J 36 

MacDonald, Wilfred V 15 

Macfarland, James M 7 

Macgowan, Basil F 23 

MacKay, Bentley B 5 

Mackenzie, Malcolm 2 

MacLean, H. Colt 56 

MacMillan, Louise 20 

MacVeagh, Lincoln 23 

Macy, Clarence E 22 

Macy, Robert H.. 7 

Madonne, John H 43 

Maffltt, Edward P 1 

Magnuson, Erik W ^ 

Maher, Dale W 43 

Mahoney, Timothy John 31 

Mahony, Walter B., Jr.. 12, 16, 24, 25, 34 

Maldonado, Joseph E 8 

Maleady, Joseph E 15 

Maleady, Thomas J 48 

Malige, Marcel E 38 

Mallon, Patrick 51 

Mallory, Lester De Witt 16 

Maness, Hubert 10 

Maney, Edward S 12 

Mangold, Frederick R 31 

Mann, Frederick J 55 

Marchant, Alexander N. D... ... 5 

Marcy, Oliver M .. 23 

Marelius, Donald C 41 

Marshall, Donald H 11 

Martin, Edwin W 3 

Martin, George R 31 

Martin, Luis J 36 

Martin, Stuart B 18 

Marvel, William W 53 

Marvin, John H 12 

Mascioli, Frederick P 28 

Massey, George Bragg 16 

Mathews, Elbert G. 1 

Mathews, Jeff Douglas 52 

Matscheck, Jeanne 49 

Matthews, H. Freeman 51 

Mattison, Gordon H 29 

May, Edward W 31 

May, Frederick W 29,44 

Mayer, Ernest de W 3 

Mayers, Herbert W. D 5 

Maynard, David M 43 

Mazzeo, Louis B 30 

McAndrews, John H. E 23 

McBride, Robert H 28 

McCabe, E. R. Warner, Jr 16 

McCall, John T 20 

McCamy, James Lucian 51 

McCargar, James G 53 

McCarthy, Edmund J. E 48 

McCarty, Glenn R., Jr 53 

McClain, William H 28 

McCleary, John B., Jr 10 

McClintock, Robert Mills 42 

MeClure, Wallace 42 

McConaughy, Walter P 4 

McCormack, William F 41 



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McCullough, John D 14 

McDonough, Dayle C 51 

McDougall, Grant 2 

McEnelly, Thomas 27 

McFadyen, Archibald A., Jr 9 

McFall, Jack K 6 

McGeary, Stanley A 10 

McGinness, William L., Jr 25 

McGonigal, Donal F 51 

McOurk, Joseph F 14 

Mcllhenny, Samuel A., Jr. 1 32 

Mcintosh, Clarence J 4C 

Mclvor, Carlisle C 54 

McKay, Donald S.. 53 

McKee, Edwin 11 

McKelvey, Delano 2 

McKenna, James E 51 

McKillop, David H 42 

McKinney, Harry E 47 

McKinney, Walter H 8 

McKnight, Cleveland B 27 

McLain, Camden L 8 

McLallen, Walter F., Jr 4 

McLaughlin, Edward D 4 

McLaughlin, James Denis 8 

McLean, Allan F., Jr 41 

McLean, Minedee 8 

McMahon, Bernard B 20 

McManus, George B 45 

McMillen, Robert D 45 

McMillin, Stewart E 31 

McNair, Roy Perrin, Jr. 9 

McNeill, William H 24 

McNiece, Renwick S 39 

McSweeney, John M 53 

McVicker, Charles P., Jr 45 

Meekins, Lynn W 51 

Meeks, Nelson P 7 

Meiklejohn, Robert P 47 

Melbourne, Roy M 40 

Melby, John Frgmont 46 

Mellen, Sydney L. W 54 

Mellon, William L 44 

Melville, John W.. 43 

Memminger, Robert B 27 

Menter, Sanford.. 27 

Merkel, Charles F 2 

Merrell, Clay 7 

Merrell, George R 21 

Merrill, Frederick T 45 

Mersman, Scudder 18 

Messersmith, George S. 30 

Metcalf, Lee E 40 

Metcalfe, Arthur V 31 

Meyer, Clarence E 20 

Meyer, Paul W. 51 

Meyer, Theodore H... 31 

Miccio, Louis.- 48 

Michael, Louis Guy 47 

Michaelis, Ralph L 2 

Middlebrook, Robert W.. 53 

Milboume, Harvey Lee 9 

Milks, Harold F 39 

Millard, Hugh 8 

Miller, George'E.. 38 



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Miller, Ralph 15 

Miller, Raymond C 3 

Millet, Charles S 9 

Mills, Sheldon T 21 

Mumeman, Paul G 12 

Minnigerode, H. Gordon 63 

Minor, George C 6 

Minor, Harold B 51 

Minter, John R 2 

Mirick, Susannah 53 

Mitchell, Charles D 37 

Mitchell, Frank O 28 

Mitchell, John W 48 

Mitchell, Lawrence C 4 

Mitchell, Reginald P 51 

Mitchell, William A S3 

Moffitt, James P... 48 

Mokma, Gerald A 10 

Molesworth, Kathleen 18 

Monroe, Mildred I 21,22 

Montamat, Harold E 12 

Montgomery, Edmund B 51 

Moody, Robert B 10 

Mooers, Horatio 32 

Moore, Carl E 14 

Moore, Rupert H '. 8 

Moose, James S., Jr 44 

Morby, Edwin S 42 

More, Bolard 44 

Moreland, William D., Jr 27 

Morey, Leonard R 18 

Morgan, John F... 46 

AT organ, John H 51 

Morgan, Sidney 35,38 

Moriarty, Francis B 41 

Morris, Brewster H 55 

Morris, John Howard 45 

Morris, Leland B 24 

Moser, William 10 

Moses, H. Claremont 32 

Moss, Herman 53 

Motz, Frederick Allen 54 

Muccio, John J 12 

Muelberger, Arthur P 17 

Mueller, Edward M 55 

Mulliner, La Mar 46 

Murphy, Gail 36 

Murphy, Robert D 55 

Murray, Alton T 51 

Murray, Lee 19 

Murray, Wallace 26 

Murray, William B 31 

Murrell, Franklin H... 28 

Myers, Harold Edwin 52 

Myers, Myrl S 22 

Myers, Willys A 32 

Nabel, Eugene 44 

Nankivell, John Henry 34 

Nash, Roy 6 

Nasmith, Charles Roy 21 

Ncathery , Jack B 3 

Nelson, Christian Hans 22 

Nester, Alfred T 28 

Newbegin, Robert 51 



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Newman, David K- _ 18 

Niccoll, Frank C 28 

Nichols, Donald H 16 

Nickerson, Richard L 45 

Nielsen, Christian K 22 

Nielsen, Orsen N 34 

Noel, James A __. 41 

Nolan, Thomas F 53 

Norden, Carl F 56 

Norgren, Paul H 7 

North, Oliver B.. 6 

Norweb, R. Henry 35 

Nostrand, Howard L 37 

Nufer, Albert F 12 

Nugent, Julian L., Jr "8 

Nyhus, Paul O 1 

Oakes, Calvin Hawley 22 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 51 

O'Brien, Pattie Field 53 

Ocheltree, John B 51 

O'Connell, Francis A 18 

O'Connor, Katherine E__ 6 

O'Donoghue, Sidney E 30 

OfBe, Carmel 55 

Ojeda, Arthur Eustace 39 

Oldham, Jack J. H 37 

Olds, Herbert V 1 

Ohver, Covey T 20 

Oliver, John G.. 54 

Olivier, Nicholas D _ 2 

Olsen, Clarence E. 46 

Olson, Grant 42 

Olsson, Nils W 42 

O'Neall, Charles F 41 

O'Neil, James J 24 

O'Neill, W. Paul, Jr 18 

Ordway, John. 19 

Orebaugh, Walter W 28 

Orland, Lewis H 48 

OrloS, Joseph F 47 

Orloski, John A. E 13 

Orme, Jesse Milton 6 

Ortiz, Nestor C_ 5 

Osborne, Lithgow 34 

O'Shaughnessy, Elim 17 

O'Sullivan, James L 9 

Otis, Margaret M 17 

Owen, Augustus C 7 

Ozzard, Charles J 52 

Packard, Harry P 26 

Packer, Earl L 44 

Paddock, Paul 46 

Paez, Lottie Roark 14 

Page, Charles A 16 

Page, Edward, Jr i 46 

Page, Walter A 15 

Paige, Jason, Jr 6 

Painter, Carvel 39 

Palmer, Ely E 1 

Palmer, Gardner E 8 

Palmer, George E 36 

Palmer, John Peabody 56 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 51 

Pancoast, George T 39 



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Pangburn, Harry K 31 

Pappano, Albert E 30 

Pardue, Mary Ann 20 

Park, Nelson R. 41 

Parker, Charles B 30 

Parker, Charles M 46 

Parker, Edward S 18 

Parker, Leonidas M 19 

Parks, James E. 18 

Parks, Sheldon W . 1 

Parr, Alexander S 37 

Parry, Carroll C 54 

Parsloe, Arthur G 6 

Parsons, Arthur W 24 

Parsons, Givon M 31 

Parsons, J. Graham 51 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr 51 

Pasquet, Maurice 32 

Patten, William S 17 

Patterson, A. Willing 35 

Patterson, Jefferson 36 

Patterson, Richard C, Jr 49 

Patterson, Roscoe Freeman 5 

Patton, Kenneth S 33 

Paulsen, Richard B 45 

Paxton, J. Hall 9 

Payne, Charles E. B 7 

Pearsall, David J 28 

Pearson, Paul H 42 

Pease, Harold D 49 

Peck, William L 28 

Peck, Willys R 51 

Pell, Robert T 55 

Pendar, Kenneth Whittemore 11 

Penfleld, James K.. 51 

Penrose, E. F 20 

Pepin, Harold T.._ 7 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 51 

Perkins, Troy L 7 

Perkins, Warwick 46 

Perlman, Jack Marvin 18 

Peterson, Avery F 19 

Peterson, Edward M 52 

Peterson, Horace C 4 

Peterson, John L__ 25 

Peterson, Robert A 4 

Peyton, Robert K 31 

Pfeiffer, Harry F., Jr 5 

Pfiffner, Eugene C 6 

Phelan, George R 48 

Phelan, Raymond.. 31 

Phillips, George L 44 

Phillips, Virginia Elizabeth..- 8 

Piazza, Joseph S 39 

Pierce, Lawrence 11 

Pierrot, A. Ogden. 39.41 

Pigott, C. Montagu 48 

Pilcher, James B 16 

Pillet, Frederick A 44 

Pinkerton, Lowell C 35 

Pitts, Henry L., Jr 35 

Plakias, John N 17 

Phtt, Edwin A 51 

Pool, John : 51 

Poole, Richard A.. 54 



Piige 

Porter, William J 44 

Post, Richard H 1 

Potter, Kennett F 12 

Powell, James C, Jr 30 

Powell, Thomas M 31 

Powers, Albert J 13 

Powers, James Grant. _ 27 

Preston, Austin R 39 

Pridonofl, Eric L 49 

Price, Leonard H 8 

Price, William E 39 

Prospere, V. Walser 1 

Prouty, Roswell W 30 

Pugh, William C 18 

^uarton, Harold B 41 

Rabida, Albert A 23 

Rae, J. Thomas 5 

Ragland, Joseph P 2 

Railey , Howard B 3, 17, 29, 43 

Raineri, Peter J 5 

Rainey, Froelich Q 55 

Ralph, Marie Louise 34 

Rambo, William Preston 6 

Ramsey, Henry O 21 

Randall, Harold M 36 

Randall, Lee D 18 

Randolph, Archibald R 24 

Randolph, William B... 12 

Rankin, Karl L 23 

Rapp, Charles H 28 

Rasmussen, Ezra Guy.- 43 

Rastetter, Richard W. . . 12, 16, 24, 25, 34 

Ravndal, Christian M 42 

Ray, David T 34 

Ray, Guy W 30 

Ray, John A.. 24 

Rayens, Charles E 42 

Raynor, Eleanor C 54 

Read, Robert E.. 3 

Reagan, Daniel J 43 

Reams, R. Borden 51 

Reber, Samuel 51 

Rector, George P. H 21 

Redecker, Sydney B 55 

Reed, Charles S., 2d 41 

Reed, Edward L 1 

Reed, Frank F 20 

Reed, Harry Clinton 8 

Reed, J. Joe. 15 

Reed, Leslie E 36 

Reese, RajTnond E 54 

Reeves, Harman 34 

Reid, JohnT 13 

Reineck, Walter S 7 

Reinhardt, G. Frederick 55 

Heist, Jay R 37 

Renchard, George W 16 

Reveley, Paul J 30 

Rewinkel, Milton C 6 

Rexford, Dean Raymond. 43 

Reynolds, G. Edward.. 55 

Reznik, Jacob 37 

Rhodes, Harold 41 

Rice, Allan L. 42 



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Rice, Charles M., Jr 19 

Rice, Edward E.. - 9 

Rich, S. Grover, Jr 41 

Richards, Arthur L 45 

Richards, J. Bartlett.. 37 

Ricliards, Warren S Ifi 

Richards, William Walker.. 25 

Richardson, Charles F. 32 

Richardson, Gardner 43 

Richardson, John S., Jr 46 

Richardson, Marie Elizabeth 2 

Richardson, W. Garland 37 

Richert, George L 30 

Richcy, Earle J 26 

Riddell, William H 33 

Riddick, John Q 19 

Riddle, James R 31 

Riddleberger, James W 51 

Rigg, Robert B 26 

Riggs, Benjamin Reath 43 

Rinden, Robert W 46 

Ringwalt, Arthur R 9 

Rittenhouse, Austin J 49 

Rivera, RodoKo O 34 

Robbins, Albert H 20 

Robbins, Warren Delano 54 

Roberts, Irving E 12 

Roberts, Quincy F 21 

Robertson, T. Ayers 31 

Robertson, William P 39 

Robinson, Judson B 1 

Robinson, Thomas H 24 

Robison, Harold D 15 

Rockefeller, David 16 

Rockwell, Stuart W 54 

Rodrigues, Alfonso 32 

Roeder, Larry Winter 40 

Rogatnick, Joseph H... 26 

Rogers, Buford G 43 

Romero, Arthur J 1 

Roosevelt, Archibald B., Jr 27 

Roper, George S 7 

Rose, Halleck L 38 

Rose, Victor R 12,16,24,25,34 

Rosenberg, William S 3,4 

Ross, Claude G 14 

Ross, Robert D 18 

Ross, William F 45 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 54 

Rothwell, George James 47 

Rountree, William M 52 

Rowell, Edward J 5 

Royt, Frederick L 23 

Rueter, Frank T 9 

Rufl, Edward J 13 

Russell, H. Earle 46 

Russell, Ruth Beatrice 20 

Rutherford, Howard K 1 

Rutherford, M. Robert 51 

Rutledge, Angus V 20 

Ryan, Daniel V 2 

Salinas, Ezcquiel D 48 

Salner, Edward 54 

Salter, Fred K 19 



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Sanderhoff, Lubert O 23 

Sanders, Terry B., Jr 19 

Sanderson, Jane E 23 

Sands, William Langdon 40 

Santi, Mark O 14 

Sappington, James C, 3d 19 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 52 

Satterthwaite, Livingston 13, 

19, 27, 33, 35, 37 

Sawyer, Charles 3,29 

Scanlan, William 49 

SchafTner, Louise 22 

Scherer, George F 14 

Schmitt, Herbert F. N 55 

Schnare, Lester L 56 

Schnee, Alexander 54 

Schneider, Agnes 16 

Schneider, R. F 8 

Schoellkopf, W. Horton, Jr 28 

Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur __. 52 

Schoenfeld, Rudolf E 52 

Schoenrich, Edwin 22 

Schott, William W 23 

Schraud, Myron H 31 

Schutz, Joseph W_._ 55 

Schwartz, Richard A. 54 

Schwarztrauber, Evelyn M 2 

Schweitzer, Ralph A 5 

Scott, Albert W 18 

Scott, James T 29,44 

Scott, Winfield H 19 

Scotten, Robert M 14 

Seager, Cedric H 45 

Seager, Walter E 45 

Sears, Richard D 45 

Seate, John H 45 

Seddicum, Paul C 7 

Sedgwick, Cabot 25 

Seibert, Elvin 33 

Seller, Herman W 36 

Sells, Dorothy M 43 

Service, John S 9, 10 

Service, Richard M 10 

Severe, Marc L 30 

Shantz, Harold 49 

Shaw, George P 14 

Shea, Robert D 43 

Sheedy, Bryan D 25 

Sheehan, Robert McDonald 28 

Sheehy, Frank E 48 

Sheldon, Roy Van Auken 54 

Shelley, TuUy 20 

Sherwood, Frederick Herren. 12, 16, 24, 25, 34 

Shepherd, Burwell Keith 6 

Sherman, J. A. Tuck 43 

Shillock, John C, Jr 6 

Shipley, Howard Jack 36 

Shockley, William P., Jr 38 

Shoemaker, Franklin C 21 

Sholes, Walter H 43 

Shollenberger, Joseph H 52 

Short, Jeffrey Robson, Jr 45 

Shullaw, Harold 45 

Shuman, Florence Jean 20 

Shurtok, Bertha 56 



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Sigmond, Frithjof C 42 

Signor, Wales W 6 

Simmons, John F 15 

Simpson, Robert Smith 3 

Sims, Harold. 39 

Singer, Dudley G 4 

Siracusa, Ernest V 25 

Sitton, Ora S 54 

Skora, George W il 

Skousen, Samuel J 4 

Slavens, Stanley O 32 

Smale, William A 27 

Smedberg, Julian K 21 

Smith, A. Viola 54 

Smith, Bernard L 12,16,24,25,34 

Smith, Bromley K 3,4 

Smith, Carleton Sprague 5 

Smith, Charles W 23 

Smith, Donald W 42 

Smith, E. Talbot 46 

Smith, Edwin L 18 

Smith, Harry L _.. 8 

Smith, Henry T 46 

Smith, Horace H 46 

Smith, J. Paul, Jr 41 

Smith, Jule B 34 

Smith, Merlin E 31 

Smith, Mervin G 31 

Smith, Ralph C 16 

Smith. Thomas C 10 

Smith, T. Lynn 11 

Smith, Walter 17 

Smith, Walter F 41 

Smyser, William L 40 

Smyth, Richard T 41 

Smyth, Robert Lacy 9 

Snidow, William B., Jr 9 

Snow, William P 12 

Snyder, Byron B 28 

Sokobin, Samuel 21 

Solana, J. Ramon 12 

Solborg, Robert A .--. 39 

Somcrville, James 26 

Sowell, Ashley B 35 

Sowell, Joseph W .' 11 

Spalding, Francis L 26 

Sparks, Edward J 47 

Sparks, Joseph S 22 

Spaulding, Sydney I.. 46 

Spears, Bernice R 34 

Speer, James P., 2d 54 

Spencer, Thomas D 24 

Speyer, Darthea 27 

Spielman, Henry W 6 

Spiker, Clarence J 2 

Spilman, Lawrence A_ 40 

Spinx, Jack C 18 

Sprague, George E 27 

Springer, Paul L 15 

Springs, L. Pittman 18 

Sproul, Marion Elizabeth 12 

Sprouse, Philip D 9 

Squire, John P 54 

Squire, Paul C 44 

Squires, Leslie Albion 56 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1945 



Page 

Stabler, Wells 35 

Stafford, Maurice L 30 

Stancliff, Evert Lee 30 

Stanford, O. Alonzo 8 

Stanton, Edwin F 52 

Stanton, Willard Quincy 23 

Starcevic, Anthony E 38 

Stark, Harry N 11 

Starkloff, Gene B 4 

Starr, George J 32 

Staten, Verne G 23 

Stebbins, Henry E 19 

Steere, Loyd V 19 

Steger, Christian T._ 23 

Stein, Robert A 22 

Steinhardt, Laurence A 13 

Steintorf, Paul P __ 37 

Stephan, Charles H 8 

Stevens, Charles Henry 30 

Stevens, Francis Bowden._ _. 40 

Stevens, Harry E 9 

Stevenson, John R 41 

Stewart, Earl C 2 

Stewart, Warren C 9 

Steyne, Alan N 52 

Stillman, Ezra Clark 3 

Stines, Norman C, Jr 24 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr 54 

Stone, Hugh L., Jr 36 

Stone, John F 19 

Stoops, Don 54 

Stoppani, Charles. 44 

Story, Harry W 13 

Stout, Hiram M 20 

Stovall, Rollo P 14 

Stratton, Gus G 27 

Streeper, Robert B 7 

Strom, Carl W 30 

Strong, Robert C 6 

Strong, Thomas S__ 2 

Stuart, Wallace W 3,4 

Sturgeon, Leo D.. 52 

Styles, Francis H 32 

Styles, RajTnond A 18 

Summerlin, George T _. 52 

Sumner, John D 10 

Sumner, Philip D 30 

Sundell, Charles C 8 

Sundt, Olaf Francis 4,8,14,37 

Surrey, Walter S _. 42 

Sutton, F. Lester 27 

Swenson, Harold F 1 

Swift, Norman Guernsey 42 

Swihart, James W 3 

Taft, Orray, Jr... _. 12 

Tait, George 43 

Talbot, Phillips 9 

Talbott, Sheridan 21 

Taliaferro, Charles H 7 

Tanner, Edward Livingston 25 

Tate, Jackson R 46 

Taulbee, Allen. 30 

Tausch, Egon R 13 



Piige 

Taylor, ClifTord C 6 

Taylor, Francis E 25 

Taylor, Frank Cochran, 2d 16 

Taylor, Fred 20 

Taylor, Henry L. 11 

Taylor, Laurence W 7 

Taylor, Robert M 17 

Teall, Girvan.... 6 

Tennant, Robert A 27 

Terrassa, Fernando 11 

Terry, Carroll M 40 

Tewell, Harold S 52 

Tewksbury, Howard H 14 

Thayer, Charles W 54 

Thayer, Philip W 8 

Thiel, Cyril L. F 31 

Thomas, Aaron J.. Jr . 39 

Thomas, Jay P 6 

Thomas, Sheldon 42 

Thomasson, David A 30 

Thompson, Charles O 7 

Thompson, Leonard E 25 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr 19 

Thompson, Paul Dean 27 

Thompson, Samuel R 23 

Thompson, Tyler 16 

Thoreson, Tomena Jo 55 

Thurston, Ray L 22 

Thurston, Walter 3 

Tidwell, William A., Jr. . _ 47 

Timberlake, Clare H 52 

Tindall, Richard G 20 

Tirana, Rifat. 17 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr..- 52 

Titus, Earle O 40 

Tobias, Justin C 11 

Tolman, George L 7 

Tolman, Lewis B 36 

Tonesk, William J 47 

Toole, Richard A. 34 

Topping, John L 47 

Torrance, Ruth J 18 

Touchette, Joseph I. 23 

Tower, Arthur F 41 

Toyne, Llewellyn Vernon 2 

Trammell, M^ebb 44 

Travers, Howard K 52 

Trenta, Walter 11 

Trimble, Wilham C 52 

Triolo, James S. 11 

Troutman, Harry L 44 

Trowbridge, Jones R 33 

Trueblood, Edward G 36 

Tuck, S. Pinkney 15 

Tucker, Robert C 47 

Turner, Mason 2 

Turner, Milton M 20 

Turner, Robert A 20 

Turner, Smith Davison 20 

Turner, William T 52 

Turpin, Robert G 41 

Tuthill, John W 55 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr. 52 



Page 

Unverzagt, Henry T 31 

Usher, Richard E... 54 

Utter, John E 55 

Valentine, Francis B. 16 

Vallee, Lucien Joseph 17 

Vance, Marshall M 52 

Vance, Sheldon B 5 

van den Arend, Frederik 39 

Vanderburg, William O 37 

Vanderburgh, John B 8 

Van Home, John 41 

Van Nice, Robert L 44 

Van Voorst, Marion... 20 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 33 

VanWynen,Ann 33 

Van Zile, John G 31 

Vargas, Armando E 30 

Varrelman, George. 13 

Vaughan, Stephen B 7 

Veenstra, Theodore A 38 

Veltman, Hugh 30 

Vermont, Albert. 12,16,24,25,34 

Vigil, Abraham 31 

Villard, Henry H 52 

Vincent, John Carter 52 

Vinson, J. Kittredge 3 

Vogenitz, Hernan C 14 

von Hellens, Lawrence W 42 

von Lossberg, Victor E 27 

von Schilling, Franz, Jr 15 

Vorrath, John C, Jr 22 

Votion, Jack William 20 

Vyse, William Clarke 31 

Waddell, Harold N 46 

Wade, Philip R.... 8 

Wadsworth, George... 29,44 

Waggoner, Edward Lowry 25 

Wagman, John P 30 

Wagner, Carl G.. 48 

Wagner, Fred T.... 5 

Wagner, Joseph J 22 

Wagner, Robert W 31 

Wailes, Edward T 62 

Walker, Agcsilaus W., Jr 2 

Walker, Howard L., Jr 31 

Walker, Jay 5 

Walker, Joseph F 18 

Walker, Melville H 10 

Walker, Thomas E_ _• 30 

Walker. William W 12 

Wallace, William E... 46 

Waller, Fred E 7 

Waller, George P 3,29 

Wallin, Paul J 2 

Walmsley, Walter N., Jr 38 

Walsh, Walter M 7 

Walstrom, Milton C 23 

Walters, Ray Pearce 40 

Walton, Lester A 29 

Walton, Willis E_ 25 

Wanamaker, Temple, Jr 41 

Ward, Angus. 26 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



67 



Page 

Ward, Robert S W 

Wardlaw, Andrew B 14 

Waring, Robert Olaf '- 32 

Warner, Carlos J 19 

Warner, Charles T 13 

Warner, Gerald 1 

Warner, Melvin C 13 

Warren, Avra M - 52 

Warren, Fletcher .-. 52 

Warwick, David C 1-1 

Washington, Raoul F 12 

Washington, S. Walter 12 

Wasson, Thomas C 52 

Waterman, Henry S 31 

Watrous, Livingston D 12 

Watson, Hugh H 21 

Watson, Osbom S 48 

Weaver, Findley 37 

Weaver, John L. 31 

Weaver, Paul L. F 8 

Webb, James H., Jr 24 

Webb, Walter W ---- 1 

Webster, Donald Everett - - 45 

Webster, Edward C, Jr 31 

Weedon, Sidney L 20 

Weeks, John A 11 

Weil, T. Eliot 22 

Weimer, Frederick C 48 

Weimer, Joseph G 48 

Weise, Robert W., Jr 8 

Weisenburg, Leslie A 17 

Welch, Aubrey Lee, Jr 18 

Welch, Rolland 36 

Wellborn, Alfred T 52 

Welles, Samuel G ardner 20 

Wellman, Harvey R 5 

Wells, Alfred W 22 

Wells, H. Bartlett 12 

Wells, Milton K 52 

Wendelin, Eric C 52 

Wendt, Erwin W 41 

Wenner, Thomas J. B 55 

Wernimont, Kenneth 5 

Wesson, Robert G 11 

West, George Lybrook, Jr 42 

Wharton, Clifton R 39 

Whedbee, Robert E 41 

Wheeler, Charles B., 2d 21 

W^hetten, Nathan L 30 



Whipple, Clayton E 40 

Whitaker, Charles H -- 23 

White, Byron 7 

White, Duncan Murchison 54 

White, Howard A 4 

White, Ivan B 17 

White, John Campbell 36 

White, RoUie H., Jr 1 

Whitney, Thomas P 47 

Whittinghill, George D - 54 

Widmer, Louis L 19 

Widney, George M 24 

Wiedenmayer, Joseph E 48 

Wieland, William A 5 

Wiesner, Louis A 55 

Wightman, Henry L 30 

Wiley, John C 10 

Wiley, Walter W H 

Wilkins, Eraser 32 

Wilkinson, Edward G 54 

W^ilkinson, James R 18 

Willey, John A 34 

Williams, Arthur R 30 

Williams, Frank S 52 

Williams, Philip P 1 

Williams, Randall S., Jr 26 

Williams, Vincent D 25 

Williams, William L. S 54 

Williamson, Harold L 18 

Willis, Frances E 52 

Willis, Raymond S 39 

Willock, Roger 14 

Willson, Gilbert R.-- 31 

Wilson, Edwin C_ 44 

Wilson, Evan M 52 

Wilson, George B 19 

Wilson, James Parker 28 

Wilson, Orme 25 

Wilson, Robert E 15 

Wilson. W. John, Jr 30 

Winant, John G 19 

Windham, Charles A 2 

Winfree, Robert M 3 

Winship, North 7 

Winters, George H 52 

Winthrop, Robert C.,Jr 11 

Withers, Charles D 3 

Withey, Francis M 32 

Withey, Howard F 7 



Withrow, John F 

Witman, William, 2d- 
Wittauseh, William__. 
Woel, J. William 



Page 

37 

23 

65 
25 

Woldike, Aaee 13,33,35,38 

Wolf, Franklin W 

Wolf, Klara Cecilia 

Wolfe, Hilliard H., Jr 

Wollam, Park F__ 

Wonderley, A. Wayne.. 

Wood, Harold C 

Wood, Hilton F 

Wood, John R 

Wood, Ralph M 

Wood, Robert W 

Wood, Walter A 

Woodfall, Colin C 

Woodruff, Harry A 



48 
28 
18 
11 
42 
31 

12 

17 

55 

42 

6 

1 

17 

Woods, Sam E 29.44 

Woodward, Robert F 24 

Woolf, Donald L 18 

Wooster, Julia Louise 5 

Worrall, Richard A 15 

Worster, Stephen C 31 

Wright, Donald L 20 

Wright, Gordon J 17 

Wright, James H 52 

Wright, William C 8 

Wright, William P 48 



Xanthaky, Theodore A. 



39 



Yanke, Leo Alfred 42 

Yearns, Kenneth J 22 

Yorke, Edward W., Jr 47 

Youmans, Charles Le Roy 13, 14, 25 

Young, Roland A 52 

Young, T. Cuyler 26 

Young, Whitney 47 

Yuni, William E 52 



Zapf, Lacey C 2 

Zawadzki, Casimir T 21 

Zentz, George Henry 37 

Zetterstrand, Rudolph E 5 

Ziegler,.William H 28 

Zondorak, Charles J- 46 

Zozaya, John J 48 

Zweig, Ben 31 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 

(Abridged) 
JULY 1, 1945 



In the interest of economy the ^'Foreign Service List^' 
will be issued in complete form as of January 1 and 
in abridged form as of April J, July 1, and October 1 



Note: To avoid delay and insure prompt atten- 
tion, correspondence upon consular business should 
be addressed, for example, to — 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON i 1945 






DEPAKTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 2378 

CONTENTS 

Page 
Foreign Service of the United States 1 

Afghanistan, 1; Albania, 1; Argentina, 1; Australia, 2; Belgium and Pos- 
sessions, 3; Bolivia, 4; Brazil, 4; Bulgaria, 6; Canada, 6; Chile, 8; 
China, 9; Colombia, 10; Costa Rica, 11; Cuba, 12; Czechoslovakia, 
13; Denmark, 13; Dominican Republic, 14; Ecuador, 14; Egypt, 15; El 
Salvador, 15; Estonia, 16; Ethiopia, 16; Finland, 16; France and 
Possessions, 16; Germany, 19; Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 
and India, 19; Greece, 23; Guatemala, 24; Haiti, 24; Honduras, 25; 
Hungary, 25; Iceland, 26; Iran, 26; Iraq, 26; Ireland, 27; Italy, 27; 
Japanese Empire, 28; Latvia, 28; Lebanon, 28; Liberia, 29; Liechten- 
stein, 29; Lithuania, 29; Luxembourg, 29; Mexico, 29; Morocco, 31; 
Netherlands and Possessions, 32; New Zealand, 33; Nicaragua, 33; 
Norway, 34; Palestine and Trans- Jordan, 34; Panama, 34; Paraguay, 
35; Peru, 35; Philippine Islands, 36; Poland, 36; Portugal and Posses- 
sions, 37; Rumania, 38; Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of, 38; Spain, 38; 
Sweden, 40; Switzerland, 40; Syria, 42; Thailand, 42; Turkey, 42; 
Union of South Africa, 43; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 43; 
Uruguay, 44; Venezuela, 45; Yugoslavia, 46. 

Officers assigned to the Department 47 

Officers on special and temporary detail 49 

Officers on detail as inspectors 49 

Officers on leave or assigned to posts being reestablished 50 

Special offices 51 

Index of Persons 54 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

(T) — Temporary specialists appointed for the emergency. These appointees are 
arranged according to salary; where salary is the same, according to the date 
of assignment; and where date of assignment is the same, alphabetically. 

(C) — Consulate (M) —Mission 

(CA) —Consular agency (MA) — Office of military attach^ 

(CG) — Consulate general (MD) — Office of maritime delegate 

(E) — Embassy (NA) — Office of naval attach^ 

(L) — Legation (VC) — Vice consulate 

X indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service 
of the officer at the post. For this information regarding an officer in the Foreign 
Service, his biography in the Biographic Register of the Department of State should 
be consulted. 

Please report any omission or error found in this List to the 
DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 

n 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



AFGHANISTAN 

Kabul (L) 



(MA). 
(T)... 



ALBANIA 



Tirana (United States Mis- 
sion). 



(T). 



ARGENTINA 



Buenos Aires (E). 



Ely E. Palmer, appointed envoy extraordinary and min 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Elbert G. Mathews, second secretary; vice consul 

Rollie H. White, Jr., vice consul 

Maj. Ernest F. Fox, military attache 

David L. Gilsinn, attache; vice consul. : 

Joseph E. Jacobs, Foreign Service officer 

George D. Henderson, secretary 

William Kling,' agricultural officer 

Harry T. Fultz, economic adviser 

Roy Olin Westley,^ agricultural officer 

William M. Lauman, special assistant 



Spruille Braden, ambassador extraordinary and plenipo- 
tentiary. 

Edward L. Reed, counselor of embassy 

Howard H. Tewksbury, commercial attache 

Paul C. Squire, consul general; first secretary 

Gerald Warner, second secretary 

David M. Clark, second secretary 

Hiram Bingham, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Aubrey E. Lippincott, second secretary; consul 

Charles R. Burrows, second secretary; vice consul 

Richard H. Post, second secretary; vice consul 

Herbert V. Olds, second secretary; vice consul 

John Fremont Melby, second secretary; vice consul 

Leslie W. Johnson, third secretary; consul 

Philip P. Williams, third secretary; vice consul .-. 

R. Kenneth Oakley, third secretary; vice consul 

Arthur J. Romero, vice consul _ 

Colin C. Woodfall, vice consul 

Sheldon W. Parks, vice consul 

Howard K. Rutherford, vice consul 

William B. Helme, vice consul.. 

V. Walser Prospere, vice consul 

Arthur F. Carey, vice consul 

Harold F. Swenson, vice consul 

Walter W. Hanes, vice consul 

Charles F. Hemphill, Jr., vice consul 

Lawrence L. Arnold, vice consul 

Raford W. Herbert, vice consul 

WDliam B. Caldwell, vice consul 

Charles F. McAteer, Jr., vice consul --- 

John F. Meyer, vice consul 

Hubert J. O'Malley, vice consul 



Feb. 9, 1945 



Dec. 14,1943 
June 6, 1944 



Jan. 11, 1944 
Oct. 11,1944 



Apr. 5, 1945 
May 26,1945 

May 14,1945 
Apr. 9, 1945 
May 24,1945 
Apr. 5, 1945 



May 8, 1945 



Oct. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
May 
tNov. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
June 
Oct. 
Apr. 
May 
tMay 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 
June 
Oct. 
Dec. 
June 
Sept. 
June 
May 
May 
June 



27, 1941 
19, 1945 
25, 1945 

2. 1942 

2. 1944 

19. 1943 

28. 1944 

3. 1943 

29. 1944 

4. 1941 

11. 1945 
29, 1944 

18. 1943 

4. 1945 
21, 1941 

15. 1944 

5. 1942 

5. 1942 

8. 1943 
9, 1943 
3, 1943 

24, 1943 

1. 1943 

22. 1943 

3. 1944 

11. 1944 

9. 1945 

30. 1945 
17, 1945 
23, 1945 



$10, 000 
4,500 



10,000 
4,000 



17,500 

9,200 
7,000 
7,000 
4,600 
4,500 
4,200 
4,200 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,500 
3,600 



' Assigned also to Sofia, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 
' Assigned also to Sofia, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Belgrade. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


AEGENTINA-Continued 

Buenos Aires (E)— Con. 

(MA & NA) 


Capt. Walter W. Webb, naval attach^ and naval attachS 

for air. 
Col. Sherlock Davis, asst. military attach^ 


Sept. 16, 1943 

Jan. 6, 1942 
July 3, 1943 
Mar. 8,1943 
Oct. 14,1943 
Feb. 2, 1944 

Aug. 16,1943 

Oct. 16,1943 

Feb. 28,1944 
Apr. 10,1945 
May 18,1945 
May 29, 1945 
May 18,1945 

JMay 11,1944 
Jan. 15,1942 
May 1, 1945 

tJuly 1, 1943 
Jan. 14,1944 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Jan. 14,1944 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Dec. 27,1941 
June 21,1945 
Dec. 28,1943 
Dec. 21,1943 

Apr. 2, 1945 
May 5, 1945 

Feb. 11,1941 

JDec. 3, 1943 
Mar. 21, 1942 
July 15,1944 

Apr. 6, 1942 
Oct. 13,1944 
tJan. 22,1944 

Aug. 1, 1942 
Oct. 7, 1944 
May 19,1945 

Apr. 16,1945 
Apr. 5, 1945 
June 19,1945 
Jan. 3, 1945 
Apr. 25,1945 
July 10,1936 
Dec. 19,1942 
Apr. 28,1945 










Lt. Col. Joseph C. King, asst. military attachfi 












Maj. Charles H. Lee, asst. military attache.. 




(T) 


Lt. Comdr. Judson B. Robinson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Agesilaus W. Walker, Jr., asst. naval 

attache and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Archie W. Green, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Charles A. Windham, special assistant.. 






Morrill Cody, cultural-relations attach^ 






Richard 0. Cromwell, asst. agricultural attach^. 












Meade T. Foster, asst. agricultural attach^ 






John F Griffiths, special assistant . . 






Connie R. Herron, senior economic analyst 












Charles F. Merkel, senior economic analyst 






Daniel V. Ryan, special assistant 






Grant McDougall, economic analyst- . 












Francis K. Jovin, economic analyst- 






Richard F. Lankenau, junior economic analyst 

Robert W. Wagner, economic analyst 






Miss Marie Elizabeth Richardson, junior economic 

analyst. 
Miss Mary Frisco, cultural-relations assistant 




AUSTRALIA 

Canberra, Australian Capital 
Territory (L). 


Miss Edith Frances Humphrey, administrative assist- 
ant. 

Nelson T. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 


$10,000 
7,200 




Lacey C Zapf , commercial attachS 


8,900 




Douglas Jenkins, Jr., second secretary 


4,500 


(MA & NA) 


Col. Karl Ferguson Baldwin, military attach^ 










Comdr. Malcolm Mackenzie, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt Col Earl C Stewart, asst. military attache 




(T) 


Maj. Dalton Hayes, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. William E. Dwyer, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Webster Powell, attache 






Alfred G Whitney, economic analyst .. 




Adelaide, South Australia (C). 


Knowlton V. Hicks, consul 


6,000 




5,100 


(T) 


Harry F. Hemmerich, vice consul 




Brisbane, Queensland (C) 




5,000 




4,000 


(T) 


Miss Eva Bryan Wilson, vice consul .- 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



AUSTRALIA— Con. 



Melbourne, Victoria (C). 



(T). 



Perth, Western Australia (C) 
Sydney, New South Wales 
(CG). 



(T). 



BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIONS 

(Belgium) 

Brussels (Bruxelles) (E)_.. 



(MA). 



(T). 



Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CO) . 



(T). 



Name and rank 



Clarence J. Spiker, consul general 

Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul 

Rudolph W. Hefti,' vice consul -- 

Thomas S. Strong, senior economic analyst- 

Mason Turner, consul.. 

George D. Hopper, consul general 

Charles H. Derry, consul 

C. Grant Isaacs, consul 

Delano McKelvey, vice consul 

Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul. 

Robert C. Arnold, 2 vice consul.. 

Llwellyn Vernon Toyne, agricultural officer 

Martin B. Dale, senior economic analyst 

Roger S. Stiles, economic analyst 

Miss Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, economic analyst- 
Robert H. Hartley, vice consul 



Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Jefferson Patterson, coimselor of embassy 

Leigh W. Hunt, commercial attache 

George P. Waller,^ first secretary; consul . 

Ernest de W. Mayer, second secretary 

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

Robert M. Winfree, vice consul 

Clay H. Henderson, vice consul -.- 



Col. William M. Dunn,« military attach^... 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy, < military air attach^... 
Maj. Robert L. Grosjean,^ asst. military attache. 



Raymond C. Miller,' economic counselor 

Howard B. Railey,^ civil air attache 

Eskel V. Anderson, senior economic analyst 

Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural economist 

Ezra Clark Stillman, cultural-relations attache. . 

James W. Swihart, economic analyst 

Robert Smith Simpson, attache 

J. Gerald Cole, senior economic analyst - 

William E. Moran, Jr., senior economic analyst- 
Robert E. Read, junior economic analyst 

Clarence P. Lee, asst. cultural-relations officer.. 



James Hugh Keeley, Jr., consul general 

Edward Anderson, consul 

Theodore J. Hadraba, vice consul 

J. Kittredge Vinson, vice consul 

Scott Lyon, vice consul 

Egbert Giles Leigh, senior economic analyst. 
Charles Hayden McLoon, vice consul 



1 Temporarily. 

2 Resident in Canberra. 

' Accredited also to Luxembourg. 

* Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

' Assigned also to Luxembourg; resident m Brussels. 

9 Assigned also to Paris, Bern and Luxembourg; resident in Paris. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Mar. 
tSept. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
July 
Jime 
July 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
May 
Feb. 
Aug. 



8, 1943 
24, 1929 
24, 1945 
17, 1945 

1, 1941 
16, 1945 

5, 1941 

5, 1945 

2. 1943 
27, 1938 

3. 1944 
21, 1945 
27, 1945 
21, 1945 

1. 1945 
12, 1944 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Apr. 19,1945 
Sept. 20, 1944 
Nov. 28, 1944 
Mar. 18, 1944 
Oct. 31,1944 
Feb. 26,1945 
tDec. 30,1944 

Feb. 1, 1945 
Jan. 31,1945 
Jan. 31,1945 



tJune 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
May 
May 
Feb. 
May 



26, 1945 
2, 1945 
7,1944 

23. 1944 

24. 1945 
6, 1944 

17, 1945 
11, 1945 
14, 1945 
20, 1945 
25, 1945 



JDec. 29,1944 
Oct. 4, 1944 
Oct. 16,1944 
Mar. 8,1945 
Mar. 8, 1945 
Dec. 30,1944 
Apr. 7, 1945 



Salary 



$8,600 



4,800 
8,200 
6,000 
4,500 
3,500 



17, 500 

8,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,500 
2,800 



9,000 
5,000 
4,000 
3,500 
3,400 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 



(Africa) 



Lfiopoldville, 
(CO). 
(T) 



Belgian Congo 



BOLIVIA 



La Paz (E). 



(MA). 



(T). 



Cochabamba (C) 

BRAZIL 

Rio de Janeiro (E)... 



(MA & NA). 



Robert L. Buell, consul general 

Don V. Catlett, vice consul 

Alberic de Laet, information ofScer 

Charles D. Withers, economic analyst 

Thomas W. Collens, vice consul 

Walter Raymond James, vice consul.. 



Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Hector C . Adam , Jr. , second secretary; vice consul 

Jack B. Neathery, commercial attache 

Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary; vice consul 

Juan de Zengotita, third secretary; vice consul 

William S. Rosenberg, third secretary; vice consul 

Howard Brandon, third secretary; vice consul 



Col. Lawrence C. Mitchell, military attache 

Lt. Col. Gerald L. Cherymisin, mihtary air attach^. 

Capt. Frank Lener Keller, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Robert A. Peterson, asst. military attache 



Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Charles S. Macaulay, senior economic analyst.. 

Dudley G. Singer, senior economic analyst 

Miss Rose M. Coi, cultural-relations assistant- 
Jess J. France, Jr., vice consul 



Douglas Henderson, vice consul- 



Adolf A. Berle, Jr., ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Paul C. Daniels, counselor of embassy 

Clarence C. Brooks, economic counselor... 

Hiram A. Boucher, consul general; first secretary _ 

Leo J. Callanan, first secretary; consul 

Vinton Chapin, first secretary; consul 

Edward D. McLaughlin, first secretary; consul 

Du Wayne G. Clark, commercial attache 

Walter P. McConaughy, second secretary; consul. 

Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul 

John H. Burns, third secretary; vice consul 

V. Harwood Blocker, third secretary; vice coilsuI , 

Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul 

Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul... 



Brig. Gen. Hayes A. Kroner, military attache 

Col. Ben W. Barclay, military air attache 

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

Lt. Col. Howard Williams, asst. military attache 

Maj. George F. Borton, asst. military attache. 



Jan. 15,1944 
Apr. 24,1944 
Feb. 28.1945 

Apr. 5, 1945 

Mar. 13. 1944 

Maj. Horace C. Peterson, asst. military attache.. | Sept. 30, 1943 

* Assigned also to Santiago, Quito, and Lima; resident in Lima' 



Jan. 24, 1945 
Feb. 23,1945 
June 3, 1945 
Sept. 2,1943 
May 28,1945 
Apr. 6, 1945 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Nov. 14, 1944 
Nov. 8,1944 
Nov. 4, 1944 
Aug. 24,1943 
May 15,1943 
Oct. 25,1943 

Nov. 24, 1944 
May 31, 1945 
Sept. 29, 1944 
Mar. 16, 1945 

June 21,1944 

Oct. 28,1944 

July 21,1943 

Apr. 10,1945 

May 7,1945 

Nov. 20, 1943 



Jan. 18,1945 



Feb. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

May 

May 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

July 

Sept. 

May 
tOct. 
tApr. 



1, 1945 
18, 1945 
24, 1945 

25. 1944 
3,1944 

30. 1945 
21. 1945 

8, 1944 
30, 1943 

6.1944 
31. 1945 
28, 1925 

8, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



BRAZIL— Continued 

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



(T). 



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



Bello Horizonte, Minas Ge- 

raes (C). 

Fortaleza, Ceara (C) 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 

(C). 
(T) 



Maj. Gene B. Starkloff, asst. military attache.. 

Capt. Clarence J. Alameda, asst. military attachfe 

Capt. William H. Ecke?, asst. military attache 

Capt. Samuel J. Skousen, asst. military air attach^ 

Lt. Comdr. Walter F. McLallen, Jr., asst. naval attach^ 

and asst. naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. Comdr. John W. Meehan, Jr., asst. naval attachfe 

and a.sst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Roy T. Davis, a.sst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Gordon B. Whelpley, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Earle M. Klrick, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



William A. Wieland, special assistant 

Guy Louis Bush, agricultural attache 

Emerson I. Brown, minerals attache 

T. Lynn Smith,' agricultural officer 

David S. Green, senior economic analyst 

Fred T. Wagner, special assistant... 

Roscoe Freeman Patterson, special assistant 

William Rex Crawford, cultural-relations attache. 
Carleton Sprague Smith, cultural-relations officer. 
Kenneth M. Davidson, senior economic analyst. .. 

Rudolph E. Zetterstrand, economic analyst 

John P. Curtis, senior economic analyst 

Edward J. Rowell, attache 

Kenneth Wernimont, agricultural commissioner.'.. 
Alexander N. D. Marchant, publications officer... 

Nestor C. Ortiz, junior economic analyst 

Alfred J. Henney, economic analyst. 

Harvey R. Wellman, economic analyst 

L. Peirce Brady, economic analyst 

Mrs. Aldene Barrington Leslie, economic analyst. 
Herbert W. D. Mayers, junior economic analyst.. 

Sheldon B. Vance, junior economic analyst 

Richard A. Godfrey, junior economic analyst 

Robert W. Paterson, vice consul 

Peter J. Raineri, vice consul 

Charles Edward Eaton, vice consul 



Robert Bruce Harley,^ vice consul. 
F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul.. 



Larry Barnette, economic analyst 

Miss Julia Louise Wooster, vice consul. 

Chester Dennis, vice consul 

Jay Walker, consul 



Walter W. Hoffmann, consul.. 
Robert Jakes, 3d, vice consul. 



Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul. 



Feb. 28,1945 

Apr. 18,1944 

Oct. 18,1944 

July 26,1944 

Feb. 3, 1943 

June 12,1945 

Apr. 24,1945 

Apr. 26,1945 

Apr. 24,1945 



June 
July 
May 
May 
Mar. 
July 
May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
JOct. 
June 
Feb. 
July 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
June 
Mar. 
Aug. 



Oct. 27 

Mar. 20, 

Nov. 20, 
June 17, 
Oct. 17 
Sept. 4, 

tSept. 28 
Oct. 20, 



1941 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1943 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1941 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1942 
1942 
1942 
1945 
1944 
1942 

1944 

1945 

1942 
1944 
1944 
1943 

1943 
1944 



Mar. 29, 1945 



$4,500 

4,500 
4,100 



1 Temporarily; also agricultural officer at Bogota. 

2 Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



BRAZII^Continued 



Para(Bel6m), Para (C). 



Manfios, Amazonas (VC). 
(T) 

S5o Luiz, Maranhao (CA) 
Pernambuco (Recife), Per- 
nambuco (C). 
(T) 



Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do 
Sul (C). 
(T) 



Rio Grande, Rio Grande 
do Sul (CA). 

Santos, Sfio Paulo (C).. 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo (CG)... 



(T). 



Curitiba, Parana(VC)(T). 

BULGARIA 

Sofia (Sofiya) (United States 
Mission). 



(T). 



CANADA 



Ottawa, Ontario (E)_ 



Randolph A. Kidder, consul 

Harry F. PfeitTer, Jr., vice consul. 

Robert Black, vice consul 

George Henry Zentz, vice consul.. 

Wiley T. Clay, consular agent 

Donald W. Lamm, vice consul -. 



Bentley B. Mackay, agricultural adviser. 

J. Thomas Rae, vice consul 

Ralph A. Schweitzer, vice consul 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice consul 

Reginald S. Castleman, consul 



Roy Nash, senior cultural-relations oflRcer. 
Joseph I. Dougherty, agricultural analyst . 

Burwell Keith Shepherd, vice consul 

Eugene C. Pflffner, consular agent 



Arthur G. Parsloe, vice consul 

Cecil M. P. Cross, consul general 

Frederic C. Fornes, Jr., consul 

Wales W. Signer, consul _ 

Leland C. Altaffer, vice consul 

George T. Colman, senior economic analyst 

Leon C. Heilbronner, senior economic analyst 

Ross E. Hoverter, senior economic analyst 

Henry W. Spielman, junior agricultural economist. 

Robert William Dean, economic analyst 

William Preston Rambo, vice consul 



Maynard B. Barnes, Foreign Service officer- 
Milton C. Rewinkel, secretary 

Robert C. Strong, Foreign Service officer 



Cyril E. Black, attache 

William Kling,' agricultural officer 

Roy Olin Westley,' agricultural officer. 



Ray Atherton, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Lewis Clark, counselor of embassy; consul general 

Henry M. Bankhead, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

Clifford C. Taylor, agricultural attache 

Homer S. Fox, commercial attache 

Oliver B. North, asst. commercial attache 

Robert English, second secretary; consul... 

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

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

William Belton, asst. agricultural attache 

Robert W. Rinden, second secretary; vice consul 

George C. Minor, vice consul 

Russell B. Jordan, vice consul; attache 

Girvan Teall, vice consul 



1 Assigned also to Tirana, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 

2 Assigned also to Tirana, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Belgrade. 



{Sept. 19, 1944 
Mar. 6, 1945 
Aug. 31, 1944 
June 8, 1945 
July 1, 1940 
Dec. 10,1942 

Aug. 30,1944 
Dec. 31, 1942 
Mar. 2. 1945 
Oct. 4,1941 
Sept. 4,1943 

July 13,1943 

Aug. 26,1944 

Feb. 15,1945 

Dec. 1, 1942 



tJune 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Dec. 
tApr. 

Mar. 
tJune 

Feb. 
tJuly 

Mar. 



7, 1923 

21. 1941 

22. 1942 

28. 1943 
7, 1943 

14, 1943 
17, 1943 

1, 1943 
10, 1942 

1,1944 
29, 1945 



Oct. 24,1944 

Nov. 22, 1944 

Oct. 23,1944 

Nov. 1, 1944 

May 14,1945 

May 24,1945 



INov. 18,1943 

}Dec. 29,1944 
tJan. 20,1945 



Sept. 


30, 1939 


Dec. 


4,1944 


Nov. 


16, 1928 


May 


17, 1944 


May 


25, 1944 


May 


22, 1945 


tApi. 


28, 1945 


June 


12, 1945 


tFeb. 


23. 1940 


Oct. 


9, 1933 


Oct. 


20, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



'tost 



Name and rank 



Dato of as- 
signment 



Salary 



CANADA— Continued 

Ottawa, Ontario (E)— Con. 
(MA &NA) 



(T) 

Calgary, Alberta (C) 

Edmonton, Alberta (C) 

Fort William and Port 

Arthur, Ontario (C). 
Halifax, Nova Scotia (CO)... 



Fredericton, New Bruns- 
wick (VC). 
Hamilton, Ontario (C) 



Montreal, Quebec (CO). 



(T). 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C) 

Quebec, Quebec (C) 

Regina, Saskatchewan (C) 

St. John, New Brunswick 

(C). 
St. Stephen, New Brunswick 

(C). 

Samia, Ontario (C) 

Toronto, Ontario (CO) 



Col. Francis J. Graling, military attache ___ 

Lt. Col. Jay P. Thomas, military air attach§_ 

Capt. Glenn F. Howell, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

MaJ. Walter A. Wood, asst. mUitary attache 

Maj. Harry C. Archer, asst. military air attache 

Maj. William P. Hastings, asst. military air attache 

Lt. Comdr. Jack K. McFall, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Jason Paige, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Paul H. Norgren, attache^ 

George S. Roper, civil air attache 

Charles W. Allen, vice consul 

Robert B. Streeper, consul 

Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul 

Harvey T. Goodier, consul 

Edwin Carl Kemp, consul general 

Howard F. Withey, consul... 

Edwin N. Gunsaulus, vice consul --_ 

Charles H. Taliaferro, vice consul 

Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul 

Clay Merrell, vice consul.. 

Edward J. Lawler, vice consul 

North Winship, consul general 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Laurence W. Taylor, consul 

Coldwell S. Johnston, consul 

Charles O. Thompson, vice consul 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul 

Byron White, vice consul 

James E. Callahan, vice consul 

Marc L. Severe, vice consul 

John R. Barry, vice consul.. 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul 

James M. Macfarland, vice consul 

Thomas J. GrifiQn, vice consul 

Miss Mary S. Olmsted, Junior economic analyst 

George M. Graves, consul 

William H. Brown, vice consul. 

Bertel E. Kuniholm, consul 

Adam Beaumont, vice consul 

Walter S. Reineck, consul 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Paul C. Betts, vice consul. 

George L. Brist, vice consul 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Curtis T. Everett, consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, vice consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul 

Henry T. Dwyer, vice consul 

George L. Tolman, vice consul 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul 

Robert William Harding, vice consul 



Feb. 
Aug. 12, 
Jan. 2, 



18, 1943 
1944 
1943 



Dec. 13, 

Feb. 9, 

May 17, 

May 8, 

Dec. 4, 

Dec. 28, 
Feb. 13 
Sept. 29 
May 19, 
Sept. 8, 
Feb. 15, 

Apr. 8, 
May 31 
Oct. 7, 
July 22, 
Sept. 19, 



May 
Oct. 
Oct. 
June 
Nov. 

tJuly 
Mar. 
Dec. 
June 
Aug. 
May 
May 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Mar. 
July 
Aug. 
May 
Feb. 
Aug. 

}Dec. 
Apr. 
Oct. 

Jime 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Nov. 
tNov. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Dec. 
JMay 



1944 
1943 
1944 
1944 

1944 

1944 
1945 
1930 
1944 
1943 
1935 

1941 
1944 
1938 
1942 
1921 

1941 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1943 
1941 
1945 
1942 
1944 
1941 
1945 
1919 
1939 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1937 
1943 
1941 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1925 

1940 
1944 
1942 
1941 
1922 
1944 
1945 
1943 
1943 
1930 



$6,000 
4,400 



7,600 
5,300 



10, 000 
7,900 
6,000 
3,900 
4,500 
3,500 
3,100 



5,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,000 



10,000 
8,000 
4,000 



656757 — 45- 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



CANADA— Continued 

Vancouver, British Columbia 
(CO). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(C). 
Windsor, Ontario (C) 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CO). .. 
Kenora, Ontario (CA) 



CHILE 



Santiago (E). 



(MA & NA) 



(T). 



Edwin F. Stanton, consul 

Ralph A. Boernstein, consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul 

Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 

Walter M. Walsh, vice consul.. 

Troy L. Perkins, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 

George K. Donald, consul general 

Bernard Gotlieb, consul 

Charles H. Stephan, vice consul 

Charles C. Sundell, vice consul 

Walter H. McKinney, consul general 

Bernard F. Heiler, vice consul 

Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 



Claude G. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Hugh Millard, counselor of embassy 

William E. Dunn, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

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

George D. Andrews, second secretary; consul 

Norris S. Haselton, second secretary; vice consul 

Miss Minedee McLean, third secretary; vice consul 

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

Harry Clinton Reed, third secretary; vice consul. 

Camden L. McLain, vice consul 

Joseph E. Maldonado, vice consul 

Brig. Gen. Milton A. Hill, military attachfe 

Lt. Col. Murl Estes, military air attach6_. 

Capt. Paul L. F. Weaver, naval attach^ and naval 

attach^ for air. 

Lt. Col. Harry L. Smith, asst. military attachg 

Maj. Douglas Gorman, Jr., asst. military attach^ 

Capt. William C. Wright, asst. military air attach^ 

Lt. Comdr. Robert H. Barnum, asst. naval attachg and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard H. McPeake, asst. naval attachfi and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Charles F. Baldwin, commercial attache 

Philip W. Thayer, cultural-relations attache 

Leonard H. Price, senior economic analyst 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Earl C. Hollingsworth, senior economic analyst- 
Paul Lynn Guest, agricultural attache 

Tibo J. Chavez, senior economic analyst. 

Daniel L. Horowitz, attache... 

Gardner E. Palmer, senior economic analyst 

John B. Dorsh, minerals attache 

Zalie V. Warner, economic analyst 

Biddle H. Garrison, special assistant.. 

R. F. Schneider, economic analyst 

Robert W. Weise, Jr., vice consul 

Robert J. Dorr, vice consul. 

Philip R. Wade, vice consul 



June 

Sept. 
tMay 
tJune 
tFeb. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Dec. 
Upr. 

June 

Feb. 



1, 1945 
30, 1943 

5, 1944 
14, 1928 
16, 1931 
20, 1933 
30, 1945 
30, 1941 
23, 1940 

9, 1944 

2, 1944 
10, 1940 
28, 1945 
11, 1938 

5, 1918 



Jime 22,1939 

July 6, 1944 
June 22,1945 



Nov. 

Apr. 

Aug. 
tDec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 
tOct. 



8, 1943 

13. 1942 

19. 1943 
29, 1939 
10, 1945 
28, 1945 
24, 1931 

9, 1943 



Nov. 2, 1944 

June 2, 1945 

Nov. 6,1944 

July 1, 1944 

Aug. 25,1942 

May 31,1944 

Feb. 3, 1942 

May 9, 1945 



Apr. 
tSept. 

Aug. 

June 

Oct. 
JApr. 

Jan. 
JOct. 

Dec. 

May 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Jime 
tJune 



16, 1945 

7. 1944 
17, 1942 

21. 1944 

29. 1942 

18. 1945 

29. 1943 

16. 1944 
7, 1943 

15, 1944 

8. 1945 
4, 1943 
9, 1943 
9, 1941 

12, 1944 
24, 1944 



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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



CHILE— Continued 

Santiago (E)— Continued 
(T)-Con 



Arica(VC) 

Concepcion (VC) 

Punta Arenas (Maga- 
llanes) (VC). 

Antofagasta (C) 

(T) 

Valparaiso (C) 

(T) 

Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 

CHINA 

Chungking (E) 



(MA & NA). 



G. Alonzo Stanford, cultural-relations assistant 

Frederick Joseph Brule, junior economic analyst 

James Denis McLaughlin, junior economic analyst 

Miss Barbara Baer, cultural-relations assistant, 

John B. Vanderburgh, junior economic analyst 

Miss Virginia Elizabeth Phillips, junior economic 
analyst. 

William B. Snidow, Jr., vice consul 

Lee M. Hunsaker, vice consul 

Thomas Edmund Burke, vice consul 

Ellis A. Bonnet, consul.. 

Edgar S. Ehlers, vice consul 

Rufus H. Lane, Jr., consul 

Warren C. Stewart, vice consul 

Henry A. Hoyt, vice consul 

John B. Brady, vice consul. 

Frank T. Rueter, consular agent 



Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

George Atcheson, Jr., counselor of embassy 

Robert Lacy Smyth, counselor of embassy. _ 

Owen L. Dawson, agricultural attache 

A. Bland Calder, commercial attache 

David C. Berger, first secretary; consul 

J. Hall Paxton, second secretary; consul 

Harry E. Stevens,' second secretary; consul 

Arthur R. Ringwalt, second secretary... 

Raymond P. Ludden,^ second secretary 

Philip D. Sprouse, second secretary; consul 

Frederick W. Hinke, second secretary; consul 

Harvey Lee Milboume, second secretary; consul 

Edward E. Rice,3 second secretary; consul 

Ralph J. Blake, second secretary; consul 

Charles S. Millet, second secretary 

Jay Dixon Edwards, second secretary; vice consul 

Stephen C. Brown, second secretary; vice consul 

Fulton Freeman, second secretary 

Hungerford B. Howard, third secretary; vice consul 

James L. O'Sullivan. third secretary; vice consul 



Col. Carlisle C. Dusenburg, military attache 

Capt. Henry T. Jarrell, naval attache and naval attach^ 

for air. 

Maj. Roy Perrin McNair, Jr., asst. military attache 

Maj. Alexander W. Farmer, asst. military attache 

Maj. David D. Dean, asst. military attach^ 

Maj. John G. Colling, asst. military attach^ 

Lt. Comdr. Frank H. Herrington, asst. naval attache... 
Lt. Comdr. Phillips Talbot, asst. naval attache and asst. 

navaJ attache for air. 



• Temporarily at Lanchow. 

' Assigned also to and resident in Kunming. 

' Temporarily at Sian. 

656757 — 45 2 



{Nov. 9,1944 
Apr. 8, 1943 
Mar. 25, 1944 
May 11, 1945 

[Feb. 17,1944 
Nov. 17. 1943 



Nov. 30, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Mar. 5,1943 

Nov. 23, 1944 
Sept. 1,1944 
July 6, 1944 
Sept. 16, 1941 
Oct. 29,1943 
Apr. 12,1944 
{Oct. 1, 1934 



Nov. 30, 1944 



Dec. 

Jan. 

Nov. 
JFeb. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

July 

Jan. 

Aug. 
{May 

Apr. 

Nov. 
{Feb. 

Feb. 
tApr. 

Feb. 

June 
tJune 

Jan. 

Feb. 



4. 1942 
25, 1945 
27, 1944 
17, 1945 
25, 1945 

8. 1943 

8. 1943 
1, 1943 

10, 1943 

1. 1944 

4. 1945 
3, 1943 
5, 1943 

10, 1945 

15. 1944 

12. 1945 
8, 1945 

21, 1945 
12, 1943 
10, 1945 



Feb. 19,1945 

May 3, 1944 

June 22,1942 

Aug. 31, 1943 

July 1, 1944 

June 26,1945 

Jan. 6, 1943 
Sept. 14, 1943 



$4, 800 



5,200 



17, 500 

9,000 
8,000 
7,200 
7,000 
7,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,800 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,600 
3,100 



10 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



CHINA— Continued 

Chungking (E) — Continued 
(MA&NA)— Con 



(T). 



Kunming (Yiinnanfu), Yun- 
nan (CO). 



Tihwa, Sinkiang (C) <. 



Consular oflQces in Japanese- 
occupied areas of China 
closed. 



COLOMBIA 



Bogota (E) . 



(MA & NA). 



Lt. Arthur J. Campbell, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attach6 for air. 
Lt. William R. Cooper, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. Harold W. Jacobson, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. William Moser, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. John B. McCleary, Jr., asst. naval attachfe and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. (jg) Houghton Freeman, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Edward A. La Croix, asst. naval attach^ and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) John Lacey Reynolds, Jr., asst. naval attach^ 

and asst. naval attache for air. 

Ellis O. Briggs, economic counselor 

John D. Sumner, adviser on economic affairs 

Walter Spencer Robertson, economic counselor i 

Neil A. Gorman, petroleum attache 

Melville H. Walker, asst. commercial attache 

Knight Biggerstaff, attache 

Mrs. Wilma C. Fairbank, cultural-relations oflBcer 

Edward D. Cuffe, junior economic analyst 

Hubert Maness, asst. agricultural economist 

Robert B. Moody, vice consul 

William R. Langdon, consul general 

Raymond P. Ludden,' consul 

Ralph N. Clough, vice consul 

Richard M. Service,' vice consul 

Fong Chuck, vice consul 

Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul 

Robert S. Ward, consul 



John C. Wiley, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

John M. Cabot, counselor of embassy 

Gerald A. Mokma, second secretary; consul 

Aaron S. Brown, second secretary 

James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul 

Alvin M. Bentley, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas C. Smith, vice consul 

George T. Lister,' vice consul 



Col. John A. Weeks, military attache 

U. Col. Donald F. Lehnhard, military air attache 

Col. Thomas C . Green, naval attache and naval attache 
for air. 



Dec. 7, 1943 

May 17,1944 

Feb. 12,1945 

Feb. 12,1945 

Feb. 24,1945 

July 23,1943 

Dee. 19,1944 

Apr. 5, 1945 



Feb. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
May 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Feb. 
Feb. 



15, 1945 

8. 1944 

6. 1945 
14, 1945 
19, 1945 
13, 1945 
18, 1945 

1, 1945 
28, 1945 
23, 1945 



June 10,1943 

tNov. 6,1942 

Feb. 15,1945 

Jan. 25,1943 

Feb. 10,1944 

July 11,1944 

Oct. 10,1944 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Jan. 31,1945 
Feb. 15,1944 
May 25, 1945 
May 16,1942 
Dec. 2, 1944 
Oct. 10,1944 
tMar. 7,1944 

July 1, 1943 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Jan. 18,1944 



1 With the personal rank of minister. 

2 Assigned also to Chungking; resident in Kunming. 
' Residentjn Chungking. 

* Temporary. Functions under the general supervision of the Embassy at Chungking. 
» Temporarily at Buenaventura. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



11 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



COLOMBIA— Continued 

Bogota (E)— Con. 

(MA&NA)— Con 



(T). 



Barranquilla (C). 

(T) 

Cali fC). 

(T) 



Buenaventura (VC). 
(T) 

Cartagena (C) (T) 



Medellfn (C). 
(T) 



COSTA RICA 



San Jose (E). 



Maj. Edwin McKee, asst. military attache 

Maj. Archer B. Hannah, asst. military attachfi.. _ 

Capt. James R. Fitzpatrick, asst. military attache 

Maj. Justin C. Tobias, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Comdr. Gerald C. Gross, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert Breckinridge, asst. naval attache and asst. 

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

naval attache for air. 



John Clayton A. Cady, agricultural attache 

T. Lynn Smith,' agricultural officer 

Richard M. Connell, senior economic analyst 

Harry N. Stark, senior economic analyst 

Charles V. Kolt, petroleum attache 

James D. Bell, attache 

John Abel Hopkins, agricultural adviser 

Albert H. Gerberich, cultural-relations attache 

George W. Caldwell, Jr., economic analyst 

Kenneth Whittemore Pendar, attache 

Lawrence Pierce, economic analyst 

Fidencio Guerra, junior economic analyst 

Walter Trenta, special assistant 

Donald H. Marshall, vice consul 

John W. Campbell, vice consul 

Irwin C. Byington, junior economic analyst 

Miss Mary Louise Lamme, administrative assistant. 



Leonard G. Dawson, consul 

George Carnahan, vice consul 

S. Wilson Clark, vice consul 

Weldon Litsey, vice consul 

William Palmer Hudson, vice consul. 

Howard A. BowTnan, consul 

Fernando Terrassa, vice consul 

Park F. WoUam, vice consul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul 

Robert G. Wesson, vice consul 

George T. Lister,^ vice consul 

Henry L. Taylor, vice consul 

William B. Randolph, vice consul 

Robert C. Winthrop, Jr., vice consul. 

James S. Triolo, vice consul 

George W. Skora, vice consul 



Sept. 11 


1942 




Aug. 17,1944 




Feb. 6, 1942 




Aug. 9, 1944 




Dec. 8, 1944 




Oct. 11,1943 




Apr. 25,1945 




Oct. 13,1944 




tMay 22 


1945 




July 21 


1941 




Nov. 8 


1944 




Dee. 13 


1944 




tOct. 16 


1944 




Feb. 15 


1944 




Feb. 1 


1944 




June 4 


1943 




Dec. 28 


1944 




Mar. 6 


1943 




Feb. 18 


1943 




Apr. 23 


1943 




Mar. 3 


1945 




May 9 


1945 




Feb. 9 


1942 




tMay 1 


1945 




Mar. 22 


1944 


$6, 200 


July 8 


1942 


2.800 


Oct. 2 


1943 




Apr." 10 


1944 




Mar. 28 


1945 




May 1 


1942 


4,500 


Apr. 4 


1941 




Mar. 1 


1943 




Oct. 16 


1944 




Dec. 31 


1943 




Apr. 19 


1944 




May 12 


1945 




Aug. 31 


1944 




Jan. 18 


1945 




Apr. 28 


1944 


3,500 


May 29 


1944 





Hallett Johnson, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

S. Walter Washington, first secretary; consul 

Edward S. Maney, second secretary; consul 

William P. Snow, second secretary; vice consul 

Thomas S. Campen, acting commercial attache 

Livingston D. Watrous, third secretary; vice consul 

J. Ramon Solana, third secretary; vice consul 



Dec. 16,1944 



Aug. 
July 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct. 



3. 1944 
6,1944 

5. 1945 
19, 1945 

7, 1942 



tDec. 15 , 1944 



10, 000 

7.000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
3,400 
3,100 



1 Temporarily; also agricultural officer at Rio de Janeiro. 
» Temporarily. 



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Post 



COSTA RICA— Continued 

San Jos§ (E)— Continued 

(MA ANA) 



(T). 



Golfito (CA) 

Puntarenas (VO (T). 

Quepos (CA)._ 

Port Lim6n(C) (T) 



CUBA 



Habana (E)- 



(MA&NA). 



Name and rank 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache.. _ 

Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air attach? . 
Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval attach^ 

for air. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Lt. Col. Irving E. Roberts, asst. military attach? 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attach? 

Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attach? and asst. naval 

attach? for air. 
Lt. Alfred E. Grunwell, asst. naval attach? and asst. 

naval attach? for air. 



Albert E. Carter, cultural-relations attach? 

Charles Edward Camper, economic analyst.. . 

Royee Atwood Wight, economic analyst 

Miss Elinor Halle, cultural-relations assistant. 
John Logan Hagan, vice consul _. 



James H. Logan, consular agent 

John 1. Copeland, vice consul 

Kenneth W. Harding, consular accent. 
Hilton F. Wood, vice consul 



R. Henry Norweb, appointed ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

James H. Wright, counselor of embassy 

Albert F. Nufer, counselor of embassy for economic 

affairs. 

Paul G. Minneman, agricultural attach?. 

George C. Howard, commercial attach? 

Richard F. Boyce, consul general; first secretary 

Kennett F. Potter, second secretary; consul... 

Gordon L. Burke, second secretary; consul 

H. Bartlett Wells, second secretary; consul 

Orray Taft, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Harold E. Montamat, second secretary; consul 

Russell W. Benton, second secretary; vice consul 

William W. Walker, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas J. Cole, vice consul 

John H. Marvin, vice consul 

Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 

Edward S. Benet, vice consul 



Col. John N. Hart, naval attach? and naval attache for 

air. 

Lt. Col. William E. Boone, asst. military attach? 

Maj. Vernet L. Gresham, asst. military attach? 

Lt. Albert J. Powers, asst. naval attach? and asst. naval 

attach? for air. 
Lt. John C. Hill, asst. naval attach? and asst. naval 

attach? for air. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



Jan. 15,1944 
Feb. 14,1945 
May 2, 1945 

Mar. 13, 1943 

Sept. 14,1943 
Sept. 8,1943 
May 2, 1945 
Apr. 25,1945 

June 12,1943 

Apr. 28,1945 



Mar. 1,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 
May 7,1945 
Mar. 27, 1945 
Sept. 19, 1944 

Mar. 31, 1945 
Aug. 17,1944 
Jan. 20,1943 
June 26,1944 



May 22,1945 

Apr. 25,1945 
tNov. 5,1942 



Apr. 
tJan. 
July 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Taly 
Apr. 
IFeb. 
:Feb. 
June 



15. 1942 
5, 1945 
6, 1943 
5, 1940 

16, 1944 

16. 1943 

18. 1943 

11. 1944 
30, 1944 
11, 1942 
25, 1941 
28, 1927 
28, 1927 
23, 1944 



June 21,1943 

Nov. 1,1941 
June 29,1945 
July 3, 1943 

Mar. 21, 1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



13 




CUBA— Continued 

Habana (E)— Continued 
(T) 



Antilla(C).- 

Cienfuegos (C) 

Sagua la Grande (CA). 

Nuevitas (C) 

Santiago de Cuba (C) 



Manzanillo (CA) 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha (E) 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



DENMARK 



Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) (L) 



(T). 



John A. E. Orloski, senior economic analyst. 

Hubert M. Curry, attache... 

Clarence Boonstra, asst. agricultural attaohS 

John T. Reid, special assistant 

Eugene Desvernine, special assistant 

Adolph B. Horn, special assistant 

Arden Edward DuBois, junior economic analyst- 
Charles T. Warner, vice consul 

Melvin C. Warner, asst. agricultural economist.. 

James Beimett, junior economic analyst 

Joseph A. Jones, special assistant. __ 

George Varrelmaim, junior economic analyst 

James N . Cortada, junior economic analyst 



Horace J. Dickinson, consul 

A. John Cope, Jr., vice consul... 
Eugene E. Jova, consular agent. 

Gerald G. Jones, vice consul 

Franklin Hawley, consul 

Harry W. Story, vice consul 

Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent. 



Laurence A. SteiTihardt, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

Alfred W. Klieforth, counselor of embassy 

John H. Bruins, first secretary; consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite,' civil air attache 

Walter W. Birge, Jr., third secretary 

Carroll C. Parry, vice consul 

Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attache 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike, military attache 

1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,' asst. military attache for air... 
Comdr. Julius Fleischmann,' asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edgar H. Clark,' asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

James Flinn Hodgson, economic counselor _ 

Roy Van Auken Sheldon, senior economic analyst 

Miss Susannah Mirick, vice consul 

William Kubalek, vice consul. 



Monnett B. Davis, appointed envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 



John Manfred Hager, senior economic analyst 

John Lammey Stewart, agricultural attache 

Walter Galenson,^ attache 

Harold Adolph Svensen,* asst. agricultural attache- 



Dec. 
May 
tOct. 
Sept. 
July 
June 
Jan. 
July 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



4, 1944 
28, 1945 

14. 1943 

19. 1944 
12, 1944 

15. 1942 

14. 1943 

25. 1944 
27, 1944 
14, 1943 
23, 1943 

22. 1943 

10. 1944 



Feb. 7, 1922 

Dec. 15,1944 

tOct. 6, 1922 

June 23,1944 

Sept. 6,1944 

Feb. 13,1925 

Upr. 20,1922 



Dec. 20,1944 

Jan. 4, 1945 
tFeb. 22,1945 
Aug. 15,1944 
June 29,1945 
Mar. 1, 1945 

Feb. 9, 1945 
tJune 11,1945 
July 12,1944 
Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 



Mar. 27, 1945 
Feb. 13,1945 
Nov. 2,1944 
Nov. 13,1944 



June 8, 1945 



May 4,1945 
May 28, 1945 
May 9, 1945 
June 15,1945 



$4,400 
3,100 



4,000 



17,500 

9,000 
7,000 
5,000 
3,100 



10,000 



' Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established in 
England; resident in London. 
' Assigned also near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established in England. 
» Assigned also to and resident in Oslo. 
* Assigned also to Helsinki, Oslo, and Stockholm; resident in Stockholm. 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


DENMARK— Continued 

Copenhagen— Continued 
(T) — Continued 


Miss Karin B. Peterson, junior economic analyst... 

Richard C. Trudeau, vice consul 

Terrance G. Leonhardy, vice consul 

Arvid G. Holm, vice consul. 


May 17,1945 
May 7, 1945 
May 8,1945 

July 13,1944 

Feb. 9, 1945 

JMay 26, 1945 
Nov. 13, 1944 
July 9, 1943 

July 27,1944 
Mar. 13, 1944 

Oct. 12,1943 

Sept. 15,1944 
Jan. 1, 1945 
Jan. 3, 1945 

Nov. 14, 1922 

Mar. 27, 1943 

Nov. 4,1944 
June 4, 1945 
Jan. 25,1943 
Dec. 3, 1941 
tJan. 29,1944 

Feb. 8, 1944 
Dec. 14,1944 
Jan. 27,1945 

June 27,1945 
Aug. 2,1944 

June 21,1944 
Nov. 8,1944 
Feb. 13,1945 
June 5, 1944 
May 15,1943 
Jan. 1, 1942 
Nov. 27, 1942 
Mar. 3,1944 
Jan. 8, 1945 




Consulate General at Copen- 
hagen closed. 

(Greenland) 

Godthaab (C) 




DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad TrujUlo (E) 


Joseph F. McGurk, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 
George F. Scherer, first secretary; consul 


$10,000 




5,000 




Andrew B. Wardlaw, third secretary; vice consul 

Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul.. -.. 


3,400 


(MA & NA) 


Maj Thomas D Burns, military attach^ 




(T^ 


Lt. Col. Roger Willock, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 
Lt. Leland P. Johnston, asst. naval attachfi and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Osgood Hardy, attache -- 






Mark G Santi, senior economic analyst 
















ECUADOR 

Quito (E) - 


Robert M. Scotten, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 


10,000 




8,800 






7,200 




James W. Gantenbein, second secretary; consul 


5,000 
3,400 








(MA & NA) 


Lt Col Charles L. Andrews, military attache 






Maj David C. Warwick, military air attache 




(T) 


Comdr. George 0. John, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 
1st Lt. Robert M. Carswell, Jr., asst. military attache... 
Lt. Walter Adamson, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache -- - -- 


















Dominic de la Salandra, cultural-relations attache. 
























Mrs. Lottie Roark Paez, administrative assistant. 





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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



15 




ECUADOR— Continued 

GuayaqixiJ (CG) 

(T) 



EGYPT 



Cairo (L) . 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Alexandria (C). 



(T) .- 

Port Said (0). 
Suez(C). 



EL SALTADOR 



San Salvador (E) . 



(MA&NA). 



Joseph F. Burt, consul general. 

Perry Ellis, vice consul 

Francis Henry Colombat, vice consul 
Richard A. Worrall, vice consul 



S. Pinkney Tuck, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Cecil B. Lyon, first secretary; consul 

Joel C. Hudson, commercial attache 

Harold D. Robison, second secretary; consul 

Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; consul 

David LeBreton, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

Wendell S. Howard, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul ,. 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attachg 

Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air at- 

tachg. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 



Lt. Col. John W. Dregge, military attach^ 

Comdr. Elmer H. Bourgerie, naval attache and naval 

attachg for air. 

Capt. John Brinton , asst. military attache 

Lt. Walter A. Page, asst. naval attachg and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Harry R. Begley, asst. naval attaehfi and asst. naval 

attach^ for air. 

Ormand R. Bean, attache 

John H. Leavell, attachS 

Ralph B. Curren,' civil air attache 

J. Joe Reed, agricultural attachS 

Charles D. Matthews, cultural-relations attachfi 

Franz von Schilling, Jr., attache 

Gilbert E. Larsen, economic analyst 

Robert Bailey Elwood, asst. agricultural officer 

Richard S. Ivcach, special assistant 

William Jules Handley, attachS 

Walter L. Campbell, economic analyst 

John Francis Collon, vice consul 

Hooker A. Doolittle, consul general 

Ted M. Hockaday, vice consul 

Arthur W. Feldman, vice consul 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul 

Wilfred V. MacDonald, vice consul 



John F. Simmons, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Gerhard Gade, second secretary; consul 

Overton G. Ellis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Robert E. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul. 

Joseph E. Maleady, vice consul 



tSept. 19, 1944 
Feb. 9, 1945 
June 19,1944 
Jan. 5, 1945 



May 4, 1944 

Oct. 6, 1944 
Mar. 14, 1945 
Feb. 5, 1944 
Nov. 19, 1943 
Dec. 4, 1944 
Nov. 11, 1943 
Oct. 28,1943 
July 8, 1944 

Jan. 14,1944 
Mar. 3,1945 

May 22,1943 
Apr. 13,1944 

Oct. 30,1944 



Dec. 
Apr. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
May 
Oct. 
June 
Feb. 
June 
Mar. 
Mar. 
tNov. 



2,1944 
28, 1944 

23. 1944 

12. 1945 
23, 1945 
21, 1944 

23. 1944 

15. 1945 
17, 1943 
19, 1945 

26. 1943 

27. 1944 



Apr. 28,1944 
Jan. 10,1945 
Nov. 25, 1944 
Jan. 10,1945 
Jan. 13,1945 



Sept. 31, 1944 

June 4, 1940 
Aug. 2, 1937 
Nov. 4,1944 
July 19,1934 

Jan. 15,1944 
Feb. 14,1945 

Mar. 13, 1943 



1 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 
656757—45 3 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



EL SALVADOR— Con. 

Ban Salvador (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA)— Con 



(T). 



1 ESTONIA 

Legation at Tallinn closed. 

ETHIOPIA 
Addis Ababa (L) 



(T). 



FINLAND 

Helsinki (United States Mis- 
sion). 



(T). 



FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS 



(France) 



Paris (E). 



Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval at- 

tach6 for air. 

Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attachfe 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attachfe. 

Maj. George Bragg Massey, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Alfred E. Grunvrell, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Graham Shepherd Quate,i agricultural attache 

H. Theodore HoSman, economic analyst 

Edveard Castleman, vice consul 



Felix Cole, appointed envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

William E. Cole, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Donald H. Nichols, vice consul 

Harold B. Hoskins,^ adviser on economic affairs 

Ralph B. Curren,3 civil air attache 

Frank Cochran Taylor, 2d, vice consul 

Maxwell M. Hamilton, U. S. representative* __. 

Benjamin M. HuUey, secretary 

Caspar D. Green, secretary 

Walter W. Hill, vice consul 

Harold Adolph Svensen,' asst. agricultural attache 

Miss Florence Heller, administrative assistant 



Jefferson Caffery, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 
Hugh S. Fullerton, counselor of embassy; consul general 

Lester De Witt Mallory, agricultural attache 

Marcel E. Malige, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

Gerald A. Drev?, first secretary; consul 

James B. Pilcher, first secretary; consul 

George M. Abbott, first secretary; consul 

Norris B. Chipman, second secretary; consul 

George W. Renchard, second secretary; consul 

Tyler Thompson, second secretary; consul. 



May 2, 1945 

May 2, 1945 
Sept. 8,1943 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Apr. 25, 1945 

Apr. 28,1945 

June 12,1943 



Apr. 5, 1945 
Dec. 7, 1944 
Feb. 15,1945 



Feb. 20,1945 

Oct. 30,1943 
Nov. 29, 1943 

Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3,1945 
Mar. 15,1945 



Dec. 8, 1944 

Feb. 7, 1945 

Feb. 7, 1945 

Jime 6, 1945 

June 15,1945 
May 23, 1945 



tNov. 25, 1944 

Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 27, 1944 
June 11,1945 

Sept. 2,1944 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 14, 1944 
Sept. 15, 1944 



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

2 Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Jidda, and Tehran. 

3 Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 
< With the personal rank of minister. 

» Assigned also to Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm; resident in Stockholm. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



17 



Name and rank 



!Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



FEANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— C ontin ued 

(J'rance)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Con 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Ivan B. White, second secretary; consul 

Charles H. Ducotg, asst. commercial attache 

Robert M . Taylor, second secretary; consul _ 

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

Elim O'Shaughnessy, second secretary; vice consul. 

Walter Smith, second secretary; vice consul 

Keeler Faus, third secretary; vice consul. 

John R. Wood, vice consul. - 

Albert George, attach^ 

John G. Hrones, vice consul 

Sabin J. Dalferes, vice consul 

Cyrus B. Follmer, vice consul.. 

Leslie A. Weisenberg, vice consul 

Laurence J. Daymont, vice consul 

Frank Cussans, vice consul 

Miss Agnes Schneider, vice consul 

Maj. Gen. Ralph C. Smith, military attache.. 

Col. Francis B. Valentine, military air attach^ 

Capt. Dallas D. Dupre, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Col. Noah M. Brinson, asst. military attache_- 

Lt. Col. Andrew P. Fuller, asst. military attache 

Maj. Warren S. Richards, asst. military attache 

Capt. E. R. Warner McCabe, Jr., asst. military attache 

Capt. David Rockefeller, asst. military attache 

Capt. Warren G. Lindquist, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Robert P. Baruch, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. John A. Mongan, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. James K. Paulding, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Angus C. Littlejohn, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Charles A. Rocheleau. asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Loren Carroll, press attache 

Henry R. Labouisse, Jr., adviser on economic aflairs ' 

Thornton Wilder, cultural-relations attache. 

Charles J. Little, senior economic analyst 

Howard B. Railey,^ civil air attache.. 

John N. Plakias, attache. 

Howard R. Cottam, agricultural economist 

Richard Eldridge, attache... --. 

Bertin E. Cassou, senior economic analyst. 

Raymond F. Fernandez, senior economic analyst 

Arthur P. Muelberger, senior economic analyst 

Rifat Tirana, senior economic analyst 

Winslow Lament Gooch, senior economic analyst 

Turner C. Cameron, Jr., senior economic analyst 

Harry A . Woodruff, special assistant 

Lawrence B. Haley, economic analyst 

Courtlandt D. Barnes, Jr., senior economic analyst .. 



Sept. 

Nov. 
tJan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

July 
tDec. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



25. 1944 
29, 1944 

20. 1945 
2, 1944 
4, 1944 

16, 1945 

9. 1944 
29, 1944 

1. 1945 
29, 1944 
26, 1944 
14, 1944 

18. 1944 

31. 1945 
21, 1944 
25, 1944 



Feb. 13,1945 
Mar. 28, 1945 
Mar. 29, 1945 

Mar. 14, 1945 
Apr. 30,1945 
Mar. 20, 1945 
Feb. 21,1945 
Mar. 14, 1945 
Apr. 17,1945 
Apr. 11,1945 

Apr. 11,1945 

Apr. 11,1945 

Apr. 17,1945 

May 21,1945 



Sept. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Sept, 
Oct. 
Nov, 



1. 1944 
17, 1944 

9. 1945 
5, 1944 

18. 1944 

16. 1945 

21. 1944 
7, 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 

26. 1945 
5, 1944 
1, 1944 
6, 1944 

16, 1944 



$5,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 
4,000 
3,100 



1 With the honorary rank of minister. 

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



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(France)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Continued 

(T)-Con 



Bordeaux (CG) 

Cherbourg (C) 

(T).- 

Le Havre (C) 

Lyon(C) 

(T) 

Marseille (C) 

(T) — 

Nice(C) 

(Possessions) 

Algiers, Algeria (CO). 



(T). 



Charles A. Page, asst. cultural-relations attache... 

William M. Gibson, senior economic analyst 

William S. Patten, economic analyst 

E. Allen Fidel, economic analyst 

Lawrence D. Lafore, asst. information officer 

Miss Margaret M. Otis, ass",, information officer 

WUliam Keith Hafer, administrative assistant. 

Milton Fried, attachfi 

Miss Eugenia McQuatters, cultural-relations assistant. 

Robert J. Moore, vice consul 

Weston A. Hall, vice consul 

Lucien Joseph Vallee, vice consul 

Gordon J. Wright, vice consul 

Mrs. Colette Coulter, administrative assistant 

Miss Ellen VtrginiaNash, administrative assistant 

Hubert F. Ferrell, vice consul 

Harold L. Williamson, consul general 

Raymond A. Styles, vice consul 

Carlton Hurst, consul 

Richard W. Byrd, consul 

Jack Heck, vice consul 

Leonard R. Morey, vice consul 

James E. Parks, consul 

Walter W. Wiley, vice consul 

Reinhard W. Lamprecht, vice consul 

Russell M. Brooks, consul 

Norman SilversteLn, economic analyst 

Ora S. Sitton, vice consul 

Hervfe J. L'Heureux, consul general 

Boies C. Hart, Jr., vice consul 

Lee D. Randall, vice consul 

Edward S. Parker, vice consul 

John H. Boyd, special assistant; vice consul 

Roger Sloane Abbott, economic analyst 

Miss Ruth J. Torrance, vice consul 

Eric H. Cawley, vice consul 

Hartwell Johnson, consul 

Charles B. Beylard, vice consul 



Brazzaville, French Equa- 
torial Africa (CO). 
(T) 



Edward P. Lawton, consul general 

Miss Kathleen Molesworth, vice consul 

Roland K. Beyer, vice consul 

Joseph F. Walker, vice consul 

Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul 

Edwin L. Smith, vice consul 

Marion Allen Leonard, senior economic analyst. 

Francis A. O'ConneU, economic analyst 

Robert D. Ross, economic analyst 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul... 

John H. Randolph, vice consul 

Albert W. Scott, consul 



Nov. 
May 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
May 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
June 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
May 
Dec. 
tDec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
June 
Dec. 
Dec. 



I Oct. 

Oct. 

May 
tJan. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

June 

Nov. 



,1944 
, 1945 
1,1944 
, 1944 
;, 1944 
1, 1944 
,1944 
,1945 
, 1945 
,1945 
,1944 
;, 1944 
;, 1944 
,1945 
,, 1944 
i, 1945 
,1944 
1, 1944 
, 1944 
, 1945 
, 1945 
,1945 
,1945 
,1945 
,1945 
,1944 
, 1945 
,1944 
1, 1944 
;, 1945 
1, 1944 
, 1944 
, 1944 
, 1945 
, 1944 
, 1945 
1, 1944 
;, 1944 



3, 1944 

5. 1944 

3. 1945 
8, 1944 

23, 1944 
5,1944 
4,1945 

10, 1944 

2. 1944 
16, 1944 

8. 1945 
18, 1943 



Jack Marvin Perlman, vice consul Feb. 5,1944 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



19 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(Possessions) — Con. 

Dakar, French West Africa 
(CG). 
(T) 



Martinique, French West 
Indies (C). 

(T) 

Noumfe, New Caledonia (C) 

(T) 

Oran, Algeria (C) 

(T) 

Tahiti, Society Islands, Oce- 
ania (C). 
Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 
(T) 

Tunis, Tunisia (C) 

(T) 

GEEMANY 

Unconditional surrender of 
Germany effective May 8, 
1945. 

For officers on duty in special 
office see p. 51. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRELAND, 
AND INDIA 

London (E) 



Name and rank 



James R. Wilkinson, consul general -.- 

Armistead M . Lee, vice consul 

Donald L. Woolf, vice consul 

Garland R. Farmer, Jr., vice consul 

Hilliard H. Wolfe, Jr., vice consul -_. 

William H. Christensen, vice consul 

WiUiam C. Pugh, vice consul 

Edmund Osborne Barker, vice consul 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul 

David K. Newman, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul 

Jack C. Spinx, vice consul 

Richard M. de Lambert, consul 

Scudder Mersman, vice consul 

Robert F. Femald,' consul 

Francis L. de la Houssaye, economic analyst; vice consul 

Stuart B. Martin, vice consul.. 

George Gregg Fuller, consul 

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

L. Pittman Springs, vice consul ' 

Laurence L. Davis, vice consul 



John G. Winant, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Waldemar J. Gallman, counselor of embassy 2 

W. Perry George, counselor of embassy 

Don C. Bliss, Jr., commercial attachfi 

Harry C. Hawkins, economic counselor' 

Paul O. Nyhus, agricultural attache 

Avery F . Peterson , first secretary ; consul 

John M. Allison, first secretary; consul 

Henry E. Stebbins, first secretary; consul 

Raymond A. Hare, first secretary; consul 

William A . Fowler, first secretary ; consul 

Landreth M. Harrison, first secretary; consul 

Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr., second secretary; consul. _ 

Dorsey Gassaway Fisher, second secretary; consul 

Robert D. Coe, second secretary; consul 

John F. Stone, second secretary; consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite,< civil air attache 

' Consul general Mar. 16, 1945. 

' With the honorary rank of minister. 

' With the rank of minister. 

* Assigned also to Dublin and near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established 
resident in London. 



Date of as- 
signment 



;Dec.l29, 1944 
Aug. 30, 1943 
Dec. 7, 1944 
Jan. 25,1945 
Feb. 19,1945 

tMar. 26, 1945 



Dec. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
{June 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
May 
Nov. 
June 
June 
June 
Jan. 



4,1944 
3, 1943 

25. 1944 
9, 1943 
3,1944 

16. 1945 

19. 1941 
10, 1922 

8, 1945 
3, 1945 

17. 1942 
8, 1945 

17. 1943 
13, 1935 

11. 1944 



Feb. 11, 1941 



{Jan. 7, 
Apr. 9, 

tApr. 15, 
Sept. 12, 
May 5, 
Mar. 17, 
Sept. 15, 

{Jan. 26, 
July 29, 
Apr. 9, 
Apr. 7, 
Sept. 20, 
Mar. 17, 
Apr. 2, 
Dec. 14, 

{July 25, 



1944 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1944 
1941 
1941 
1943 
1944 



Salary 



$G, 200 
3,100 



3,400 



6,000 



6,000 



6,200 
3,100 



17, 500 

9,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6.000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,100 
7,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5.000 



in England; 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 

Continued 


James C. Sappington, 3d, second secretary; consul 

Winfield H. Scott, second secretary; consul 


Feb. 22,1945 
June 14,1943 
tMar. 9,1942 
Oct. 6, 1944 
Mar. 10, 1941 
Apr. 27,1945 
June 21,1945 
July 19,1941 
Mar. 11, 1944 
June 2, 1941 
June 2, 1941 
Sept. 28, 1944 
Oct. 7, 1944 
Oct. 17,1933 
Aug. 17,1942 
Mar. 22, 1945 
Aug. 24,1939 
June 6, 1944 
tOct. 11,1944 

Dec. 15,1944 
Apr. 16,1943 
Mar. 10, 1945 
July 29,1944 
Aug. 7, 1942 
May 31,1943 
Feb. 6, 1943 
Nov. 11, 1943 
Mar. 6,1942 
Dec. 14,1942 
Apr. 15,1943 
Jan. 15,1945 
Mar. 18, 1943 
Aug. 28,1943 
Feb. 8, 1944 
Mar. 9.1944 
Mar. 28, 1944 
Mar. 3,1945 
Dec. 8. 1944 
Feb. 4, 1944 
Jan. 13.1944 
July 3, 1942 

Feb. 28,1945 
Sept. 8,1941 
Oct. 2, 1944 
Apr. 14,1945 
Oct. 20,1944 
May 22,1943 
Aug. 7.1943 
Oct. 6. 1944 
Mar. 6,1945 
May 5, 1945 
July 12,1944 
Oct. 23,1942 
July 1. 1944 
Apr. 17.1945 


.$5, 000 




4,800 




Mulford A Colebrook, second secretary; consul 


4,500 






5,000 






4,500 






4,500 






4,500 






4,000 




Robert P. Chalker, second secretary; vice consul 

Donald B Calder, third secretary; vice consul 


4,000 
3,500 




Richard A. Johnson, third secretary; vice consul 

Irven M. Eitreim, third secretary; vice consul. 


3,500 
3,400 




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

John J Coyle, vice consul .. 


3,400 




Herbert W Carlson, vice consul 






Louis L Widmer, vice consul 






















(MA & NA) 


Brig. Gen. Richard G. Tindall, military attache. 










Rear Admiral Laurauce T. DuBose, naval attache 

Capt. Wendell F Kline, naval attachfi for air ' 






Maj. Gen. James K. Grain, asst. military attache 

Brig. Gen. Marion Van Voorst, asst. military attach^ 

Col. Frank F. Reed, asst. military attache 












Lt. Col. John W. Easton, asst. military attache 






Lt. Col. Jack William Votion, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Hiram M. Stout, asst. military attache 






Lt. Col. Sidney L. Weedon, asst. military attache 






Maj. Nicholas D. N. Harvey, asst. military attache 

Maj. Angus Van Rutledge, asst. military attache 

Maj. Sarah H. Bowditch, asst. military attachfi 






Maj. Florence H. Jepson, asst. military attache 






2d Lt. Neal B. Hardy, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. John T. McCall, asst. military air attache 







Lt. Writner Hostetter, asst. naval attache 




(T) 


C. Victor Barry, attache.-. 






E. F. Penrose, special assistant - - 










































Edward Engestrom, senior economic analyst-. 






Alexander B . Toth, publications officer 






Miss Ruth Beatrice Russell, economic analyst. 

Albert H. Robbins, senior economic analyst 






Miss Ethel M. Johnson, special assistant 






Mrs. Hazel H. Hallinan, economic analyst 






• Also assistant naval attache at London. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



21 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



GREAT BRITAIN, Etc. 

Continued 

London (E)— Continued 
(T)— Con 



Belfast, Northern Ireland 
(CG). 
(T).-_- -. 



Birmingham, England (C). 

(T) 

Bradford, England (C) 

Bristol, England (C) 

(T) 

Cardiff, Wales (C) 



Edinburgh, Scotland (C). 
Glasgow, Scotland (C) 



Hull, England (C). 



Liverpool, England (C). 
(T) 



Manchester, England (C) 

(T) 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 
(C). 

(T)..- 

Plymouth, England (C) 

Southampton, England (C)_-. 



(Europe) 



Gibraltar (C)_ 

(T) 

Malta (C)i... 



(India) 



New Delhi (M). 



Miss Florence Jean Shuman, economic analyst 

Miss Louise MacMillan, economic analyst... 

Miss Ruth Amende, special assistant 

Mrs. Edith Tilton Penrose, special assistant.- 

Archie M. Andrews, Jr., junior economic analyst 

George B. Cooper, 2d, vice consul 

Frederick W. Thomas, vice consul 

Miss Mary Jane Kelly, administrative assistant 

Mrs. May Perryman Patterson, administrative assistant- 
Miss Norah Alsterlund, administrative assistant 

Miss Mary Ann Pardue, junior press-relations officer. . 
William Joseph Ford, vice consul. 



William Francis Ayer, vice consul 

Miss Imogene E. Ellis, vice consul 

Samuel Sokobin, consul 

Samuel E. Boaz, vice consul 

Joseph G. Groeninger, consul _ 

Roy W. Baker, consul 

Luther A. Thomas, 2d, vice consul 

Sheridan Talbott, consul 

Lawrence S. Armstrong, consul 

Charles Roy Nasmith, consul 

Julian K. Smedberg, vice consul 

Hugh H. Watson, consul general- 

Richard S. Huestis, consul _._ 

Charles James Kolinski, vice consul 

John A. Embry, consul... 

Henry O. Ramsey, vice consul 

C. Porter Kuykendall, consul general. 

Clarence P. Harper, economic analyst; vice consul- 
George P. H. Rector, vice consul 

George Alexander Armstrong, consul 

Henry Testman Anderson, vice consul 

Charles H. Heisler, consul 



Franklin C. Shoemaker, Jr., vice consul- 
Fred H. Houck, vice consul 

William H. Beck, consul general ..- 

F. Willard Calder, vice consul 



C. Paul Fletcher, consul 

Walter J. Flynn, vice consul. 



George R. Merrell, commissioner*. 

Sheldon T. Mills, secretary 

Max Waldo Bishop, secretary 

Glenn A. Abbey, secretary 

Douglas Flood,' secretary 



' Not functioning. 

» With the rank of minister. 

« Assigned also to Calcutta; resident in New Delhi, 



Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

May 
JMay 

May 

Dec. 

Nov. 
tSept. 



26, 1945 
29, 1945 
19, 1945 
8, 1941 

25. 1943 

1. 1944 

2. 1945 
1, 1945 
8, 1945 

20. 1944 
3, 1943 

19, 1944 



Quincy F. Roberts, consul Sept. 4,1942 



Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
May 
May 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
June 
Feb. 
Apr. 
July 
tMar. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
June 
Feb. 



25, 1944 
17, 1944 
29, 1944 

27. 1944 

6. 1941 
8, 1931 
3, 1945 

8. 1943 

24. 1945 
23. 1935 
10, 1938 

5. 1942 
10, 1943 

24. 1943 

5. 1944 
3, 1944 

16. 1944 

27. 1945 
12, 1944 

29. 1941 
24, 1944 

17. 1942 



Jan. 23, 1945 
June 13, 1935 
June 7, 1945 
Mar. 25, 1944 



Mar. 13, 1944 
Feb. 24,1945 



JFeb. 28,1945 
Aug. 19,1943 
Mar. 10, 1945 
Mar. 31, 1944 
Jan. 31, 1945 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 5 



Post 



GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 

Continued 

(India) — Continued 

New Delhi (M)— Continued 
(T) 



Bombay (CG)_ 



Calcutta (CO). 



(T) 

Karachi (C) 

(T) 

Madras (C) 

(T) 

(Other Asia) 

Consular offices in enemy- 
occupied possessions closed. 



Aden, Arabia (C), 
(T) 



Colombo, Ceylon (C). 
(T) 



(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West Af- 
rica (C). 
(T) 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 
(CG). 
(T) — - — 



Name and rank 



William F. Dickson, agricultural adviser. 

Tallmadge Bergen, agricultural officer 

Robert M. Bruns,' attache 

Miss Mildred I. Monroe,' attache 

Howard Donovan, 2 consul general 

George D. LaMont, consul 

T. Eliot Weil, vice consul 

Charles W. Adair, JrJ vice consul 

Joseph J. Wagner, vice consul 

Myrl S. Myers, consul general 

Samuel J. Fletcher, consul 

Edwin Schoenrich, consul 

Charles E. Brookhart, consul 

Kenneth J. Yearns, consul 

Douglas Flood ,3 consul 

Robert M . Bruns,^ vice consul - - - - 

Dallas M. Coors, vice consul 

Miss Mildred I. Monroe,^ vice consul 

Augustus Robert Towers, Jr., vice consul 

Clarence E. Macy, consuL 

Philip M. Davenport, vice consul 

Joseph S. Sparks, vice consul 

Albert C. Cizauskas, vice consul 

Roy E. B. Bower, consul 

Miss Louise Schaffner, vice consul 



Harlan B. Clark, consul. __ 

James J. Flynn, Jr., vice consul 

Robert A. Stein, vice consul 

Calvin Hawley Oakes, consul 

Richard D. Gatewood, vice consul.. 

Alfred W. Wells, vice consul 

Edwin Perry Dyer, Jr., vice consul. 
Richard W. Carlson, vice consul 



Thomas A. Hickok, consul 

Paul F. Du Vivier, vice consul 

Richard A. Klass, vice consul 

Andrew G. Lynch, consul 

James M. Gilchrist,^ vice consul 

Christian Hans Nelson, senior economic analyst. 

Robert C. Johnson, vice consul 

George A. Hays, vice consul 

Christian K. Nielsen, consular agent 

J. William Henry, vice consul 



John C. Vorrath, vice consul. 



Freetown, Sierra Leone (CA). 
Mombasa, Kenya, East 

Africa (C).» 
(T). 

' Assigned also to Calcutta; resident in New Delhi. 

2 Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 

3 Assigned also to and resident in New Delhi. 

* Temporarily. 

• Functions under supervision of consulate general at Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Apr. 3, 1945 




May 14,1945 




Apr. 17,1944 




Feb. 23,1945 




tJune 29,1945 


$8,000 


Apr. 3, 1944 


5,000 


Mar. 27, 1945 


4,500 


Dec. 27,1941 


3,500 


June 2, 1941 


3,400 


Apr. 1, 1944 


8,900 


July 5, 1943 


8,000 


Mar. 19, 1945 


5,100 


Apr. 24,1943 


4,600 


Aug. 30,1943 


4,600 


Mar. 20, 1945 


4,200 


Apr. 17, 1944 




June 29,1944 




Feb. 23,1945 




Apr. 18,1945 




June 10,1936 


6,000 


June 20,1942 


4,000 


Mar. 21, 1944 


2,800 


May 5,1945 




Oct. 7, 1942 


5,000 


Oct. 12,1944 





July 12,1944 

Jan. 27,1945 

Oct. 25,1943 

Feb. 5, 1945 
Mar. 23, 1944 

May 9, 1944 

July 17,1944 

Oct. 25,1943 



Jan. 13,1944 
July 7, 1944 
Mar. 28,1945 
Nov. 7,1942 
Feb. 28,1945 
Mar. 15, 1945 
June 28,1945 
Oct. 25,1944 
Oct. 29, 1940 
June 6, 1945 

Jan. 15,1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



23 




GREAT BRITAIN, Etc.— 

Continued 

(Africa)— Continued 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 
(CO). 
(T) 



(Fiji Islands) 

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

St. John's (CO) 



(Other America) 

Antigua, Leeward Islands, 
British West Indies (C). 

Barbados, B. W. I. (C) 

Belize, British Honduras (C).. 
(T) 

Qeorgetown, British Guiana 
(C) (T). 

Grenada, B. W. I. (C) 

Hamilton, Bermuda (CO) 

(T) 

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

(T).. 



Nassau, N. P., Bahamas (C) 

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

GREECE 

Athens (Athenai) (E) 



(MA & NA). 



Willard Quincy Stanton, consul 

Joseph I. Touchette, consul 

Richard R. Leonard, economic analyst 

Theodore Bullockus, vice consul; junior economic analyst. 
Robert B. Houghton, vice consul 



Thomas S. Horn, consul. 



Leo D. Sturgeon, consul 

Robert J. Cavanaugh, vice consul. 
Lubert O. Sanderhoff, vice consul. 
Verne Q. Staten, vice consul 



David L. Gamon, vice consul . 



Samuel R. Thompson, consul 

Culver Gidden, vice consul 

Paul F. Listen, vice consul 

Albert A. Rabida, vice consul 

R. John Bay, vice consul 

Charles H. Whitaker, vice consul 

Basil F. Macgowan, vice consul 

Miss Jane E. Sanderson, vice consul 

John H. Lord, consul 

George F. Kelly, vice consul 

Frederick L. Royt, vice consul 

Paul Blanshard, senior economic analyst. 

Milton C. Walstrom, vice consul 

John H. E. Mc Andrews, vice consul 

Raymond E. Kolb, vice consul 

Claude H. Hall, Jr., consul 

Courtland Christiani, vice consul 



Oct. 10,1941 
June 6, 1945 
Jan. 8, 1944 
Feb. 23,1945 
Feb. 16,1945 



July 13,1943 



May 29, 1945 
Aug. 11,1944 
Sept. 24, 1943 
Sept. 22, 1942 



Feb. 8, 1945 



Lincoln MacVeagh, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Christian T. Steger,' counselor of embassy; consul 

Karl L. Rankin, commercial attachS 

William W. Schott, first secretary. 

Daniel Gaudin, Jr., second secretary; consul 

William Witman, 2d, asst. commercial attache 

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

Oliver M. Marcy, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert W. Caldwell, vice consul 

Lt. Col. Sterling L. Larrabee, military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Thomas D. Spencer, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Capt. WUliam H. McNeill, asst. military attache 

Capt. Constantine N. Johnson, Jr., asst. military attache. 
Lt. Comdr. Frank E. Bailey, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



May 31, 
tJuly 11, 
Mar. 1, 
Nov. 18, 
Nov. 25, 
Mar. 7, 
Apr. 8, 
Feb. 17, 
Nov. 21, 
JApr. 1. 
Apr. 10, 
Oct. 8, 
Mar. 5, 
Aug. 24, 
Sept. 30, 
Mar. 4, 
Dee. 6. 



1944 
1932 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1941 
1925 
1944 
1942 
1945 
1939 
1944 
1937 
1944 



Nov. 12, 1943 



Nov. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
tJan. 



27. 1944 
21,1944 

26. 1945 
27, 1944 
28, 1944 
21, 1944 

25. 1944 

25. 1945 



Jan. 10, 1944 
May 20,1944 

Feb. 25,1944 
May 7, 1945 
Sept. 19, 1944 



$5,000 
4,500 



5,000 



8,000 
3,500 
2,800 



6,200 



3,500 
6,000 



4,700 



17, 500 

8,200 
8.000 
6,200 
4,500 
4,000 
3,500 
2,800 



' Consul general Mar. 14, 1945. 
656757—45 4 



24 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


GREECE— Continued 








Athens (Athenai) (E)— Con. 








(MA & NA)— Continued. 


Lt. Comdr. Ralph E. Kent, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attach^ for air. 


Sept. 19,1944 






Lt. Edwin H. Griffith, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Sept. 19, 1944 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. John S, Laughlin, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 


Nov. 18, 1944 






attache for air. 






(T) 


James J. O'Neil, senior economic analyst 


Nov 25 1944 






Arthur W. Parsons, special assistant 


tOct. 21, 1944 






Robert D. Heath, vice consul . 


Nov. 22,1944 






Malcolm P. Hallam, vice consul ._ 


Nov. 25,1944 




Salonika (Thessalonfke)' (C)_. 


William M. Gwynn, consul general 


Dec. 14, 1944 


$7, 000 




George M. Widney, vice consul 


Nov. 18, 1944 




(T) 


Victor C. Heck, junior economic analyst 


Jan. 29,1945 




GUATEMALA 








Guatemala (E) 


Edwin Jackson Kyle, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 


Feb. 9, 1945 


10,000 




Robert F. Woodward, first secretary 


JJune 20,1945 


6,000 




Archibald R. Randolph, acting commercial attache 


June 19,1942 


4,500 




Robert K. Peyton, third secretary; vice consul 


tMay 28, 1945 


3,100 


(MA& NA) 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 


Jan. 15, 1944 






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


Feb. 14,1945 






Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval 


May 2, 1945 






attache for air. 








Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval attache 


Mar. 13, 1943 






for air. 








Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache 


May 2, 1945 






Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 


Sept. 8,1943 
Apr. 25,1945 






Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Alfred E. Grunwell, asst. naval attache and asst. 


Apr. 28,1945 






naval attache for air. 








Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 


June 12,1943 






attache for air. 






(CO) 




tJuly 10,1931 
Oct. 3, 1942 




(T) 


John A. Ray, special assistant - .- 






Graham Sheppard Quate,^ agricultural attache . . . . 


Apr. 5, 1945 
Oct. 18,1941 






Robert S. Chamberlain, cultural-relations attache 






William J. Crutcher, senior economic analyst 


Jan. 9, 1945 








tDec. 23, 1942 








Nov. 15, 1944 
Apr. 1, 1943 






James H. Webb, Jr., economic analyst - 




HAITI 






Port-au-Prince (E) 


Orme Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 


Mar. 21, 1944 


10.000 




potentiary. 








Wainwright Abbott, consul general; first secretary 


Apr. 13,1944 


7,200 




Archibald E. Gray, second secretary; consul 


Apr. 13,1944 


5,000 




Leonard E. Thompson, vice consul 


Mar. 22, 1945 





• Not yet open to the public. 

' Assigned also to San Salvador and Tegucigalpa: resident in Guatemala, 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



25 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



HAITI— Continued 

Port-au-Prince (E)— Con. 
(MA & NA).._. 



(T). 



Cap Haitien (CA) 
Gonalves (CA)... 

HONDURAS 

Tegucigalpa (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



La Ceiba (C) (T).. 

Puerto Cortfe (C) . 

(T) 

Tela(CA) 



HUNGARY 

Budapest (United States 
Mission). 



(T). 



Maj. John L. Peterson, military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Francis E. Taylor, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Clifford M. Baker, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Edward Livingston Tanner, agricultural attache.. 

Horace D. Ashton, cultural-relations attache. 

Alden J. Hiem, senior economic analyst 

Cabot Sedgwick, vice consul 

Howard H. Bristol, Jr., vice consul 

Curtis E. Hough, consular agent 

J. William WogI, consular agent 



John D. Erwin, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 
John B. Faust, second secretary; consul.. 

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

Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air attache 
Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Lt. Col. Nathan A. Brown, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Alfred E. Grunwell, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 



Graham Shepherd Quate, i agricultural attache. 
Albert K. Ludy, Jr., junior economic analyst... 



Edward Lowry Waggoner, vice consul. 

Francis C. Jordan, vice consul 

Vincent D. Williams, vice consul 

Willis E. Walton, consular agent 



H. F. Arthur Schoenfeld, U. S. representative '. 
John Peabody Palmer, Foreign Service officer... 

Leslie Albion Squires, secretary 

James L. Lee, vice consul 



William Kling,' agricultural officer 

Roy Olin Westley,* agricultural officer _ 
David T. Holland, vice consul 



1 Assigned also to San Salvador and Guatemala; resident in Guatemala. 
' With the personal rank of minister. 

3 Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 
* Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, and Bucharest; resident in Belgrade. 



Aug. 29,1944 
Aug. 28,1943 

May 17,1945 



Jan. 1,1945 
tOct. 11,1943 
Dec. 16,1944 
Dec. 14,1943 
Mar. 2,1945 

Dec. 28,1944 
Sept. 8,1899 



tMar. 27, 1943 

July 16,1942 
Oct. 25,1943 

Jan. 15,1944 
Feb. 14, 1945 
May 2, 1945 

Mar. 13, 1943 

Jan. 18,1944 
May 2, 1945 
Sept. 8,1943 
Apr. 25,1945 

Apr. 28,1945 

June 12,1943 



Apr. 5, 1945 
Aug. 25,1943 

Jan. 11,1945 
Dec. 9, 1943 
Oct. 27,1944 
Sept. 1,1943 



Jan. 20,1945 

May 8, 1945 

Dec. 9, 1944 

May 9,1945 

May 14,1945 

May 24,1945 

Apr. 12,1945 



$10, 000 

5,000 
4,100 



4,000 



9,000 
4,500 
3,100 



26 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



ICELAND 



Reykjavik (L). 



(T). 



IRAN 



Tehran (E). 



(MA). 



(C). 



(T). 



Tabriz (C). 



IRAQ 

Baghdad (L)_ 



(MA). 



(T). 



Basra (C) 
(T).., 



Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr., envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Harry E. Carlson, first secretary; consul 

Francis L. Spalding, second secretary; consul 

Arnlioth G. Heltberg, vice consul 



Joseph H. Rogatnick, economic analyst. 
Earle J. Richey, vice consul 



Wallace Murray, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Angus Ward, counselor of embassy 

James Somerville, commercial attach^ 

John D. Jernegan, second secretary (vice consul) 

M. Williams Blake, second secretary (vice consul) 

C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., third secretary (vice consul) . 



Col. Joseph K. Baker, military attach^ 

Maj. Carl F. Garver,' military air attach^ 

Maj. Edward S. Kennedy, asst. military attach^. 
Maj. Robert B. Rigg, asst. military attache 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Apr. 16,1945 
Feb. 12,1944 
Sept. 4,1941 

Jan. 30,1945 
Mar. 17,1945 



Feb. 20,1945 



$10, 000 



Jan. 
Feb. 

tMay 
|May 



5, 1945 

15, 1944 

1, 1944 

1, 1944 



John D. Jernegan, vice consul (second secretary) 

M. Williams Blake, vice consul (second secretary) 

C. Vaughan Ferguson, Jr., vice consul (third secretary). - 



Harold B. Hoskins, ' adviser on economic affairs. 

Ralph B. Curren,' civil air attache 

T. Cuyler Young, press attache 

Harry P. Packard, attache 

Randall S. Williams, Jr., attache 

Gerald F. P. Dooher, junior economic analyst — 
Herbert D. Spivack, vice consul 



Samuel G. Ebling, consul. 



Loy W. Henderson, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

William D. Moreland, Jr., second secretary; consul 

Robert B. Memminger, second secretary; consul 

Robert J. Gibbons, vice consul 

George MofiStt, Jr., vice consul 



Col. Paul H. M. Converse, military attache — 

Maj. Carl F. Garver,< mihtary air attache _ 

1st Lt. Archibald B. Roosevelt, Jr., asst. military attache 



Harold B. Hoskins,' adviser on economic affairs. 

Ralph B. Curren,' civil air attache 

Victor E. von Lossberg, commercial attache 



Dec. 24,1941 

Jan. 5, 1943 
Aug. 12,1944 
Oct. 29,1941 
Dec. 28,1942 

July 24,1943 
Nov. 8,1943 
Dec. 24,1941 

Mar. 19,1945 
Mar. 3,1945 
Nov. 28, 1944 
May 31,1944 
Nov. 22, 1944 
Jan. 20,1945 
Feb. 16,1945 

Sept. 29, 1943 



July 8, 1943 

Oct. 11,1943 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Feb. 23,1945 
tApr. 7, 1945 

Feb. 2, 1944 
Aug. 12,1944 
July 7, 1944 

Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3,1945 
Feb. 13,1945 



Nov. 11, 1943 
May 11,1945 



F. Lester Sutton, vice consul 

Wilbur P. Chase, vice consul 

1 Assigned also to Baghdad; resident in Tehran. 

2 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, and Jidda. 

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

* Assigned also to and resident in Tehran. 

« Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Beirut, Jidda, and Tehran. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



27 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



IRELAND (EIRE) 

Dublin (Baile Atha Cliath) 
(L). 



(MA). 
(CO). 



(T). 



Galway (CA)- 
Cork (C) 



(T)._.._ 
Foynes (C) . 



ITALY 



Rome (Roma) (E) 



(T). 



David Gray, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary. 

Montgomery H. Colladay, second secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite,' civil air attache 



Lt. Col. George E. Sprague, military attache and mili- 
tary air attache. 



Thomas McEuelly, consul 

Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul. 
Charles M. Gerrity. vice consul 



Sanford Menter, vice consul- 



Robert A. Tennant, consular agent... 

William A. Smale, consul 

Francis A. Lane, vice consul 

James Grant Powers, vice consul 

Cleveland B. McKnight, vice consul- 



Alexander C. Kirk, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

David McK. Key, counselor of embassy 

Charles A. Livengood, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

John F. Huddleston, first secretary; consul 

J. Wesley Jones, first secretary; consul 

Homer M. Byington, Jr., second secretary; consul- 

John L. Qoshie, second secretary; vice consul 

H. Gardner Ainsworth, third secretary; vice consul 

Byron B . Snyder, third secretary; vice consul 

Robert H. McBride, third secretary; vice consul 

Charles W. Smith, asst. agricultural attache 

Victor H. Loftus, vice consul 

Joseph R. Evans, vice consul--- 

Frank G. Mitchell, vice consul 

Linton Crook, vice consul 

Stanley M. Howe, vice consul 

Robert A. Griggs, vice consul 

Stanley R. Russo, vice consul 



George A. Green, special assistant 

Charles R. Morey, cultural-relations attachfi. 

Russell Stanley Kifer, agricultural attachS 

Biagio di Venuti, economic analyst 

Nicholas Francis Lopes,' special assistant 

Clarence A. Botsford, minerals attachS 

John Clarke Adams, attache 

James Parker Wilson, agricultural economist. 

Emile Bagnoli, economic analyst 

Bernard Bernardoni, economic analyst 

John I. Kross, agricultural economist 

Vincent La Vista, economic analyst 

Miss Edelen Fogarty, economic analyst 

WiUiam C . Barrett,^ vice consul 



Feb. 16,1940 

Feb. 15,1945 
Aug. 15,1944 

tMar. 27, 1945 



Jan. 15,1945 
Nov. 8,1940 

July 19,1941 

Oct. 16,1944 

May 4, 1901 

Sept. 14, 1938 

July 19,1941 

Jan. 2, 1945 

Jan. 23,1945 



Dec. 8, 1944 



Feb. 20,1945 
Dec. 3, 1943 



Aug. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
tFeb. 
tFeb. 

Oct. 
tFeb. 

May 

Sept. 
tNov. 

Feb. 

Sept. 
{June 

Dec. 

May 

Apr. 
June 
Jan. 
June 
May 
June 
Dec. 
tJan. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
June 
Dec. 
Oct. 



21. 1944 
5, 1945 

12. 1945 
10, 1945 
10, 1945 
11,1944 
10, 1945 
17, 1945 
20, 1944 
15, 1944 

1, 1945 

25. 1944 
9, 1945 
2, 1944 

30. 1945 

18i 1945 
15, 1945 
29, 1945 

10. 1944 

25. 1945 
29, 1945 

6, 1944 
25, 1945 

30. 1944 

12. 1945 

23. 1944 

12. 1945 
30, 1944 
19, 1944 



$10, 000 

5,000 
5,000 



7,200 



6,000 



17,500 

7,000 
8,200 

6,000 
6,000 
7,000 
4,500 
3,500 
3,400 
3,400 
3,400 



1 Assigned also to London and near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established in England 
resident in London. 

2 For detail to Allied Commission in Italy, 
s Temporarily. 



28 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



ITALY— Continued 

Rome (Roma) (E)— Con. 
(T)— Con 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



Florence (Firenze) (C)_ 

Genoa (Geneva) (CG). 
(T) 



Milan (C) 

Naples (Napoli) (CG). 



(T). 



Palermo (C). 



Frederick P. Mascioli, vice consul 

Mrs. Catherine Priest Gaines, administrative assistant.. 



Walter W. Orebaugh, consul 

Frank C. NiccoU, vice consul 

Lester L. Schnare, consul general — 

William D. Grampp, vice consul 

Miss Jean E. N. Baxter, vice consul. 
Herman Moss, vice consul 



(T)- 



For officers on duty in special 
offices at Naples and Rome, 
see p. 53. 

JAPANESE EMPIRE 

State of war declared by 
Japan Dec. 7, 1941 (U. S. 
time) . 

LATVIA 

Legation at Riga closed. 

LEBANON 
Beirut (L).. - -- 



(MA). 



George L. Brandt, consul general 

Fred W. Jandrey, consul 

William E. Flournoy, Jr., consul 

William L. Blue, vice consul 

Harold M. Granata, vice consul 

Robert S. Hoard, vice consul 

L. Lazlo Ecker-Racz, senior economic analyst 

Antonio L. Villa, economic analyst 

David J. Pearsall, vice consul -- 

Franklin H. Murrell, vice consul 

Miss Darthea Speyer, vice consul 

Charles H. Rapp, vice consul 

Miss Patricia Foster, vice consul 

Miss Klara Cecilia Wolf, administrative assistant. 

Fred Godsey, vice consul 

Royal H. Fowler, Jr., vice consul -- 

William H. Ziegler, vice consul.. 

Alfred T. Nester, consul general — 

William L. Peck, consul -- 

Robert McDonald Sheehan, vice consul 

Bruce W. Forbes, vice consul 



Nov. 3,1944 
May 16,1945 

Oct. 28,1944 
Nov. 15, 1944 
Apr. 24,1945 
Oct. 19,1944 
May 21,1945 
Nov. 1,1944 



George Wadsworth," envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

James T. Scott, ^ commercial attache 

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

W. Horton Schoellkopf, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 



Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jaekson,2 military attache 

Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attache — 
Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,2 asst. military attache. 



■i Accredited also to Syria. 
» Assigned also to Damascus; resident in Beirut. 



Mar. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Feb. 



9,1944 

31. 1944 

20. 1945 
23, 1944 

19. 1944 

19. 1945 

1. 1944 
18, 1944 

1. 1945 
23, 1944 
16, 1944 

18. 1944 

5. 1944 

21. 1945 
24, 1945 

3. 1945 
30, 1945 

5, 1944 
26, 1944 
' 5, 1944 
15, 1944 



jjjepi 
Oct. 


7, 1942 


7,200 


Oct. 


28, 1944 


4,000 


Nov 


12, 1943 


3,400 


tJan. 


8,1944 




Oct. 


7, 1944 




Apr. 


10, 1944 





FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



29 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



LEBANON— Continued 

Beirut (L)— Continued 

(T) 



LIBERIA 

Monrovia (L)__ 



UECHTENSTEIN 

Vaduz (CG) 

LITHUANIA 

Legation at Kaunas closed. 

LUXEMBOUEG 
Luxembourg (L) 



(MA). 



(T). 



MEXICO 



Mexico, D. F. (E). 



Harold B. Hoskins,' adviser on economic aflairs_-- 

Ralph B. Curren,2 civil air attache 

Frederick A. Kuhn, assistant commercial attach§. 
Elroy O. La Casce, Jr., vice consul . 



Lester A. Walton, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

William C. George, third secretary; vice consul 

Rupert A. Lloyd, vice consul 



Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3, 1945 
Sept. 30, 1944 
Feb. 16,1945 



July 22,1935 

tMay 28, 1945 
Apr. 17,1942 



Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 
George P. Waller,* first secretary; consul 



Col. William M. Dunn,° military attache.. 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy,' military air attache 

Maj. Robert L. Grosjean,' asst. military attache. 



Raymond C. Miller,' economic counselor. 
Howard B. Railey,^ civil air attache 



George S. Messersmith, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Rayrriond H. Geist, counselor of embassy 

Thomas H. Lockett, counselor of embassy for economic 

aSairs. 

Maurice L. Stafford, consul general; first secretary 

Raleigh A. Gibson, first secretary; consul 

Sidney E. O'Donoghue, first secretary; consul 

Guy W. Ray, second secretary; consul 

Carl W. Strom, second secretary; consul 

Paul J. Reveley, second secretary; consul. 

Walter J. Linthicum, second secretary; consul 

Forrest K. Geerken, second secretary; consul... 

William K. Ailshie, second secretary; vice consul 

Robert F. Hale, second secretary; vice consul 

David A. Thomasson, second secretary; vice consul 

William F. Busser, second secretary; vice consul. 

Albert E. Pappano, third secretary; vice consul 

J. Stanford Edwards, vice consul 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Sept. 9,1944 

Feb. 1, 1945 
Jan. 31,1945 
Jan. 31,1945 

June 26,1945 
Jan. 2, 1945 

Dec. 4, 1941 

Apr. 4, 1945 
JNov. 5,1942 



tAug. 
tAug. 

July 

Aug. 
t\ug. 

Sept. 

June 
tAug. 

Oct. 

July 

Sept. 

June 

Mar. 

Feb. 



23, 1943 

9. 1941 

1. 1942 

26. 1941 
23, 1943 

2. 1943 

23. 1943 

21. 1944 
2, 1939 

11. 1942 
17, 1942 

6, 1942 
5, 1942 

24. 1945 



' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Jidda, and Tehran. 

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

' Accredited also to Belgium. 

* Assigned also to Brussels. 

5 Assigned also to and resident in Brussels. 

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



30 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 19 45 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



MEXICO— Continued 



Mexico, D.F. (E)-Con 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Acapuico de Juarez, Guer- 
rero (VC). 
Agua Prieta, Sonera (C) 



James C. Powell, Jr., vice consul 

Philip D. Sumner, vice consul 

W. John Wilson, Jr., vice consul 

Raymond Bastianello, vice consul.. 

Louis B. Mazzeo, vice consul.. 

Louis F. Blanchard, vice consul 

Armando E. Vargas, vice consul 

William L. Brewster, vice consul 

Hugh Veltman, vice consul 

Brig. Gen. John W. Lang, military attache 

Col. George P. Champion, military air attach^ 

Capt. Andrew S. Hickey, naval attache and naval 

attachS for air. 

Lt. Col. Cantwell C. Brown, asst. military attache 

Maj. Robert E. Battles, asst. military attache 

Maj. Desmond Holdridge, asst. military attache 

Capt. Henry L. Wightman, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Edward C. Dougherty, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Allen Taulbee, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 



Jacob Bernard Oibbs, agricultural attache. 

ohn P. Wagman, senior economic analyst 

Evert Lee Stanclirl, senior economic analyst 

Nathan L. Whetten, rural sociologist.. 

Roswell W. Prouty, attache 

Robert Bradbury, senior economic analyst 

Lew B. Clark, commercial attache 

WOliam E. Clayton, special assistant 

William A. Conkright, senior economic analyst . 

Charles B. Parker, senior economic analyst 

Henry F. Holland, special assistant 

Herbert N. Higgins, senior economic analyst 

George L. Richert, special assistant 

Henry E. Allen, junior economic analyst 

Horace Harper Braun, economic analyst.. 

Mervin G. Smith, assistant to the agricultural attache. 

Austin W. Hyde, Jr., vice consul 

Theodore H. Meyei^ economic analyst 

Frederick R. Mangold, economic analyst 

Edward W. May, junior agricultural economist 

Alvin C. Detwiler, vice consul 



Chihuahua, Chihuahua (C)... 
Ciudad JuSrez, Chihuahua 
(C). 



Durango, Durango (C) . . 
Guadalajara, Jalisco (C) . 



Manuel J. Codoner, vice consul. 



M a n z a n i 1 1 o , Colima 
(VC). 



William Clarke Vyse, consul 

Raymond Phelan, vice consul 

Phillip H. Fahrenholz, vice consul. 

John S. Calvert, consul 

William P. Blocker, consul general- 
Stephen E. Aguirre, consul 

Earl T. Grain, vice consul 

Harry K. Pangburn, vice consul. . . 

J. D. Lambeth, vice consul 

John C. Haw ley, vice consul 

Earl Wilbert Eaton, vice consul 

James E. Henderson, consul 

Henry T. Unverzagt, vice consul... 
Walter E. Kneeland, vice consul... 



Jime 

Apr. 
tOet. 
tMay 

Oct. 

June 
tJan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 



1, 1940 
16, 1943 
4, 1929 

6. 1944 
21, 1940 
23, 1942 
24, 1945 
16, 1945 

7. 1945 



June 8, 1945 

June 26,1944 

Nov. 29, 1943 

Apr. 3, 1943 

Mar. 20, 1942 

Apr. 17,1944 

Oct. 2, 1943 

May 23,1944 

Jan. 8, 1945 



Jan. 


22, 1945 


Jan. 


8, 1943 


Mar. 


29, 1943 


Apr. 


24, 1942 


July 


1, 1942 


Jan. 


2, 1945 


tJune 


1, 1945 


Oct. 


5, 1942 


Dec. 


7, 1944 


Oct. 


20, 1941 


July 


1, 1942 


Jan. 


23, 1943 


Oct. 


28, 1943 


July 


1, 1942 


Apr. 


23, 1943 


Apr. 


10, 1942 


Dec. 


8, 1944 


Jan. 


19, 1943 


Nov. 


22, 1942 


May 


1, 1943 


Nov. 


3, 1944 



Apr. 23,1945 



Feb. 
July 
Mar. 
Sept. 
tJime 
June 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
Oct. 



1, 1943 

28. 1941 
15, 1945 

9,1944 
18, 1938 

6. 1942 

7. 1943 
24, 1930 

21. 1942 
10, 1944 

1, 1934 

15, 1944 

1,1944 

29. 1943 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



31 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



MEXICO— Continued 

Guaymas, Sonera (C) 

(T) 

Matamoros, Tamaulipas (C). 
(T).. 

Mazatldn, Sinaloa (C) 

(T) 

Rlfrida, YucatAn (C) 

Mcxicali, Baja California (C) 



Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (C).. 



(T) 

Nogalps, Sonora (C)... 

(T) 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 
(C). 
(T) 

Piedras Negras, Coahuila 
(C). 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas (C) 

(T) 

San Luis PotosI, San Luis 

PotosI (C). 
Tampico, Tamaulipas (C) 

(T) 

Tijuana, Baja California (C).. 



(T) 

Torreon, Coahuila (C) 

(T) _ 

Veracruz, Veracruz (C) 

(T) 

Tapachula, Chiapas 
(VC). 

MOROCCO 

Tangier (Tanger) (L) 



(MA&NA). 



Myron H. Schraud, vice consul 

Franklin V. C. Jones, vice consul 

Cyril L. F. Thiel, consul 

Abraham Vigil, vice consul 

John G. Van Zile, vice consul 

Stewart E. McMillin, consul 

Arthur V. Metcalfe, vice consul 

Stephen C. Worster, vice consul 

John B. Ivctcham, consul 

William B. Murray, vice consul 

Howard L. Walker, Jr., vice consul 

Henry S. Waterman, consul 

Merlin E. Smith, vice consul 

Timothy John Mahoney, vice consul.. 
Edward C. Webster, Jr., vice consul.. 

T. Ayres Robertson, vice consul 

Ben Zweig, vice consul 

Oivon M. Parsons, vice consul 

George R. Martin, vice consul 

Frederick D. Hunt, vice consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul. 

Kennedy M. Crockett, vice consul 

Gilbert R. Willson, consul 

Harold C. Wood, vice consul... 

Henry G. Krausse, vice consul 

John W. Anderson, vice consul 

Curtis C. Jordan, consui. 

Francis H. Styles, consul 

Samuel A. McUheuny, Jr., vice consul 

John L. Weaver, vice consul 

Horatio Moocrs, consul 

Willy.s A. Myers, vice consul 

Francis M. Wiihey, vice consul 

William A. Campbell, vice consul 

John F. Fitzgerald, vice consul 

Stanley O. Slavens, consul 

Charles F. Richardson, vice consul 

Ilo C. Funk, consul 

Elias G. Garza, vice consul 

Ray Ground, vice consul 

H. Claremont Moses, vice consul 



Paul H. Ailing, diplomatic agent; consul general 

John Goodyear, second secretary; consul.. 

A. David Fritzlan, third secretary; vice consul 

Eraser Wilkins, third secretary; vice consul 

Elliott Doniger, vice consul 

Lt. Col. John W. Edwards, military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Robert W. Gilmore, naval attachfi and naval 

attache for air. 

Lt. Col. George J. Starr, asst. military attache 

Capt. Randolph H. Braxton, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Howard A. White, a.sst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Jo.seph C. Fox, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for'air. 



Nov. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 
tJune 

Apr. 
t.-^pr. 

Mar. 
JDec. 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 
tMay 

Oct. 

Mar. 
tApr. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

May 

May 

Mar. 

Jan. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
May 
Jan. 
tJune 
May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
May 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Apr. 



1943 
1945 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1945 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1941 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1937 
1929 
1942 
1945 
1912 

1945 
1943 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1943 
1945 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1943 



May 2, 1945 
Aug. 8, 1944 
Nov. 11, 1943 
Dec. 7, 1943 
July 24,1944 

}Mar. 15, 1945 
Mar. 9,1944 

Mar. 9,1944 
Mar. 19, 1945 
May 26, 1945 

Mar. 8,1944 



656757 — 45- 



32 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



MOKOCCO— Continued 

Tangier (Tanger) (L)— Con. 
(MA & NA)— Con 



(T)... 

Casablanca (C). 
(T) 



Eabat (C). 
(T).... 



NETHERLANDS AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands)' 

The Hague ('s Qravcnhagc) 
(E). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Lt. (jg) Paul W. Lashly, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attachfi for air. 

Richard Mason Bownass, attache 

Edward R. Duer, Jr., vice consul - _ 

Alfonso Rodrisjues, vice consul 

Charles W. Lewis, Jr., consul general. 

Robert T. Cowan, consul 

Robert L. Hunter, vice consul 

Carroll F. Conovcr, senior economic analyst 

John Jcssup Howell, economic analyst 

Gus O. Stratton, vice consul 

Maurice Pasquet, consul 

Donald A. Dumont, vice consul 

Robert Olaf Waring, vice consul 



Stanley K. Hoinbeck, ambassador extraordinary and 
Iilenirotentiary. 

J. Wchb Ecnton, counselor of embassy _. 

Jesse F. Van Wickcl, commercial attache 

Ocorge J. Haering, first secretary, consul 

Sidney H. Browne, first secretary!... 

Livingston Satterthwaite,' civil air attache 

Alden M. Haupt, vice consul .._ 



Mar. 8,1944 



Col. Frank M. S. Johnson, military attache 

Comdr. Julius Fleischmann.s naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Capt. Willem E. Boom, 3 asst. military attache for air 

2d Lt. John P. Elder, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edi,'ar H. Clark.s asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

William H. Riddell, agricultural attache 

Theodore A. Vcenstra, attache 

Miss Zolita F. Kent, administrative assistant; attache. _ 

Miss Martha Sue Newell, administrative assistant 

Miss Ann Van Wynen, junioi economic analyst; attache- 



Consular offices in Nether- 
lands closed. 

(Possessions) 

Consular offices in enemy- 
occupied possessions closed. 

Curasao, West Indies (CG)... 



(T) 

Aruba(VC)_ 



Lynn W. Franklin, consul 

Jones R. Trowbridge, vice consul. 
James R. Daughtrey, vice consul- 
Carl 0. Hawthorne, vice consul-. 



July 
Oct. 
Jan. 

tDec. 

{Apr. 
June 
Apr. 
Oct. 
June 
Oct. 
May 
Apr. 



15. 1943 

28. 1944 
3, 1945 

22, 1944 
17, 1045 

3, 1944 
IG, 194,'. 
23, 1941 
15,1945 
II, 1943 

6, 194:i 

17. 1945 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Oct. 20,1944 

tOct. 9, 1944 

Dec. 22, 1944 

{June 21.1945 

Aug. 1. '1,1944 

Jan. 3, 1945 

Mar. 24, 1945 
Sept. 16, 1944 

July 12,1944 
May 3, 1945 
Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 



JMay 3,1945 
Mar. 8,1945 
May 3, 1945 
June 28,1945 

tMay 3,1945 



Jan. 25,1945 
Feb. 13,1941 
May 3, 1945 
Nov. 26, 1943 



1 Government of the Netherlands established in England. 

' Assigned also to London and Dublin, and near the Government of Poland established in England; resident 
London. 
8 Assigned also near the Government of Poland established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



33 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



NETHERLANDS AND 

POSSESSIONS— Continued 

(Possessions) — Continued 
Paramaribo, Surinam (C) 



NEW ZEALAND 



Wellington (L). 



(MA & NA) 



(T) 

Christchureh (CA) 

Dunedin (CA) 

Auckland (C) 

NICARAGUA 

Managua (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



MatE^alpa (CA). 



Lee R. Blohm, consul. 

James S. Lawton, vice consul... 
William A. Ehclcbc, vice consul 



Kenneth S. Patton, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Prescott Childs, first secretary; consul 

Osborn S. Watson, commercial attachfi.. 

Carl E. Christopherson, second secretary; consul 

Elvin Scibort, second secretary; consul 

J. Jefferson Jones, 3d, third secretary; vice consul 

Col. Harold A. Meyer, military attachg 

Maj. Richard A. Toole, military air attach^.- 

Capt. Lloyd R. Gray, naval attach6 and naval attache 

for air. 
Lt. John M. Bowie, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attach^ for air. 

Gordon Cummings T.aughlin, agricultural attache 

John B. Brocknian, economic analyst 

Normand William Redden, vice consul 

H. P. Bridge, consular agent 

Harman Reeves, consular agent 

John C. Fuess, consul 

James W. Boyd, vice consul 



Fletcher Warren, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Harold D. Finley, first secretary; consul. 

Thomas H. Robinson, consul 

Barry T. Benson, commercial attache 

Maurice M. Bernbaum, second secretary; vice consul... 
David T. Ray, second secretary; vice consul.. 

Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

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

Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and'naval atta- 
che for air. 

Col. Bernard L. Smith, naval attache and naval attache 
for air. 

Maj. Victor R. Rose, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick B. Judson, asst. military attache 

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

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attache for air. 

Lt. Alfred E. Grunwell, asst. naval attache and'asst. 
naval attache for air. 

Lt. Albert Vermont, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 
attache for air. 

Joseph P. Crockett, special assistant 

Rodolfo O. Rivera, special assistant 

Arnaldo Berenguer, junior economic analyst. 

Miss Bernice R. Spears, vice consul . 

Miss Marie Louise Ralph, cultural-relations assistant 

John A. Willey, consular agent 



Sept. 7,1944 
Sept. 13,1941 
Apr. 19,1945 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Aug. 26,1943 
May 2, 1945 
Aug. 28, 1943 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Aug. 21,1943 

Apr. 27,1945 
Sept. 25, 1944 
Sept. 4,1944 

Jan. 24,1945' 

Mar. 14. 1915 
Dec. 22.1943 
Apr. 10,1945 

Mar. 31, 1928 
Apr. 6, 1920 
May 30,1945 
Apr. 9, 1945 



Apr. 6, 1945 

Nov. 2, 1943 
May 28, 1945 
June 7, 1945 
Feb. 12,1945 
Oct. 16,1943 

Jan. 15,1944 
Feb. 14,1945 

May 2, 1945 

Mar. 13, 1943 

Sept. 8,1943 
Dec. 28,1943 
May 2, 1945 
Apr. 25,1945 

Apr. 28,1945 

June 12,1943 

Dec. 24,1942 
Feb. 18,1943 
July 12.1944 
Aug. 9. 1944 
Feb. 5, 1945 

tSept. 13, 1929 



$5, 100 



10,000 

7,000 
6,000 
4.500 
4,200 
3,400 



3,500 



10, 000 

7,000 
6,000 
5,000 
4.000 
4,000 



34 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



NORWAY 



Oslo (E). 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Consular offices in Norway 
closed. 

PALESTINE AND TRANS- 
JORDAN 

Jerusalem (CG) 



(T). 



PANAMA 



Panama (E) . 



(NA)_ 



Lithgow Osborne, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 
Orsen N. Nielsen, counselor of embassy; consul general., 
H. Lawrence Groves, counselor of embassy for economic 
afiairs. 

Winthrop S. Greene, first secretary; consul 

Livingston Sattcrthwaite,' civil air attach^-. 

Leon L. Cowles, second secretary; vice consul , 

n. Francis Cunningham, Jr., second secretary; vice 

consul. 
AVilliam Frank Lebus, Jr., vice consul 

Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attach^ 

Maj. Lester J. Johuscn, military air attache.. 

Maj. Thor B. Kllincsen, nsst. military attach^ 

1st Lt. Willem E. Boom, 2 asst. military atachf for air 

Comdr. Julius Flcisehmann,^ asst. naval attach^ and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,' asst. naval attachfe and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edpar H. Clark, 2 asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Walter Galenson,^ attache 

Oscar Edward Heskin, senior economic analyst 

Harold Adolph Svensen,* asst. agricultural attache 

A. Willing Patterson, senior economic analyst 

L. Milncr Dunn, vice consul 

Robert Grant Efteland, vice consul 



Lowell C. Pinkerton, consul general 

Malcolm P. Hooper, consul 

Robert Janz, consul 

Hedlcy V. Cooke, Jr., consul 

Edward W. Blatchford, vice consul- 
Wells Stabler, vice consul 



ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary 

Walter J. Donnelly, counselor of embassy 

Ashley B. Sowell, commercial attache 

Frederick P. Latimer, Jr., second secretary; consul... 

T. Muldrup Forsyth, second secretary; consul 

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



Sept. 21, 1944 

Oct. 11,1944 
Dec. 29,1944 

Feb. 7,1944 
Aug. 15, 1944 
May 21,1945 
Mar. 28, 1945 

Feb. 10,1945 

Feb. 9, 1045 
tJune 18,1945 
tlune 18,1945 
July 12,1944 
Sept. 16, 1944 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 



May 9, 1945 
May 12,1945 
June 15,1945 
Oct. 24.1944 
Feb. 27,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 



Feb. 14,1941 
Dec. 31,1942 
Mnr. 14, 1945 
Nov. 15,1943 
{Dec. 29,1930 

Oct. 6, 1944 



Jan. 


IG, 1945 


9.000 


tJan. 


15, 1940 


8,200 


Oct. 


IG, 1943 


4, COO 


Nov. 


13,1044 


4,500 


Apr. 


29, 1943 


3,500 


Oct. 


15, 1943 


3,100 


Mar 


21, 1944 




Apr. 


25, 1945 





Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attache and naval attache 

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

' Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established 
in England; resident in London. 

' Assigned also near the Governments of the Netherlands and Poland established In England. 

' Assigned also to Copenhagen; resident in Oslo. 

• Assigned also to Copenhagen, Helsinki, and Stockholm; resident in Stockholm. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



35 



Post 



PANAMA— Continued 

Panama (E)— Continued 
(T) 



Almirante (C A) 

Puerto Armuelles (CA) 
Colon (C)_. 

PAEAGUAY 

Asuncion (E) 



(MA & NA)_ 



(T). 



PERU 



Lima (E). 



(MA&NA). 



Name and rank 



Donald W. Forsyth, senior economic analyst 

Gail Murphy, senior economic analyst 

W. Tapley Bennett, Jr., junior economic analyst- 

C. William Cowles, vice consul 

Donn Alfred Cass, administrative assistant 

Qeorge E. Palmer, vice consul-- 

Wilfred P. Allard, vice consul.-- - 

Thomas E. Walker, vice consul 

Robert Q. Bailey, vice consul 

Harry R. Lewis, consular agent.-. 

Lewis B. Tolman, consular agent 

Arthur R. Williams, consul 



WUlard L. Beaulac, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

Leslie E. Reed, consul general; first secretary 

Harold M . Randall, commercial attach^ 

Frederick J. Cunningham, second secretary; vice consul- 
Charles E. Apple, vice consul 

Lt. Col. Harold J. Pearson, mUitary attache 

Lt. Col. Howard Jack Shipley, military air attache 

Lt. Comdr. Roy R. Rubottom, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Capt. Hugh L. Stone, Jr., asst. military attache 

Lt. (jg) Herman W. Seller, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attache 

Robert D. Howard, cultural-relations attache 

David A. de Lima, economic analyst 

Harry L. Hamlette, junior economic analyst 



William D. Pawley, appointed ambassador extraordinary 

and plenipotentiary. 

Edward G. Trueblood, counselor of embassy 

Julian C. Greenup, counselor of embassy for economic 

affairs. 

John J. Macdonald, first secretary; consul - 

R. Horton Henry, first secretary ... . - 

Bernard C. Connelly, second secretary; vice consul 

Rolland Welch, second secretary; vice consul -. 

W. Stratton Anderson, Jr., second secretary; viceconsuL, 
Charles C. Gidney, Jr., vice consul 



Col. Woodson F. Hocker, military attache 

Maj. Louis Cecil Blau, military air attache 

Capt. Willard R. Gaines, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. George Alexander Little, asst. military attache 

Maj. Jay R. Reist, asst. military attache 

Capt. Alexander S. Parr, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Donald S. Johnson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 

' Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo; resident in Rio de Janeiro, 



Date of as- 
signment 



June 
July 
June 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
May 



7,1944 
29, 1944 

15. 1944 
14, 1942 

2, 1945 
8, 1945 

7. 1944 

16. 1945 

3. 1945 



May 29, 1943 
May 29,1943 
Mar. 3,1943 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Sept. 30, 1943 

May 2. 1944 

Aug. 3, 1942 

Jan. 27,1943 

May 9,1945 

Nov. 15, 1944 

May 15,1945 

Apr. 7, 1944 

May 22, 1944 



June 7, 1944 
Feb. 15,1945 
Sept. 2,1943 
Feb. 22,1943 



June 14,1945 

tApr. 28,1945 
tDec. 9, 1942 

May 25, 1944 
{June 20, 1945 

Sept. 11, 1941 

Sept. 27, 1940 
tMar. 6,1944 

Mar. 7,1942 

Dec. 31,1942 
July 24,1944 
Mar. 15, 1939 

July 9, 1942 
Aug. 24,1942 
May 3, 1943 
Aug. 23,1944 



Salary 



$4, 500 



10, 000 

7,900 
6,200 
4,200 



17, 500 

6,000 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



PERU— Continued 

Lima (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA)— Con-. 



(T). 



Arequipa (VC). 
La Oroya (CA). 
Mollendo(CA)_ 
Salaverry (CA). 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 



Manila (CG). 



(T). 



POLAND 2 



Warsaw (Warszawa) (E). 



(MA & NA)- 



Lt. John F. Withrow, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) John H. Jenkins, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Howard L. Nostrand, cultural-relations attache 

Herbert Hallett, senior economic analyst 

Hugo W. Alberts, agricultural adviser 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Findley Weaver, senior economic analyst 

Jesse G. Benson, senior economic analyst 

Ivo H. Lopizich, special assistant 

Maurice J. Broderick, economic analyst 

Frank Cintron, junior economic analyst 

Charles D. Mitchell, economic analyst 

Eugene G. Christin, economic analyst- 

Miss Bettye M. Bohanon, assistant to the petroleum 
attache. 

Roy Leonard Davis, vice consul..- 

Miss Miriam Therese Kropp, junior economic analyst.. - 



July 24,1944 
June 16,1943 



Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

June 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

June 

Aug. 

Mar. 

June 

Oct. 



4, 1944 

16. 1941 

16. 1943 

21. 1944 

12. 1945 
8,1944 

17. 1942 
29, 1945 

17. 1942 
25, 1944 

11. 1943 

10. 1944 



Jack G. Dwyre, vice consul 

Norman Duncan, consular agent. 
Felipe Ferrer M., consular agent. 
Jacob Reznik, consular agent 



Oct. 14,1944 
Aug. 25,1943 

tMar. 21, 1945 
Apr. 6, 1931 
June 27,1934 
Dec. 30,1940 



Paul P. Steintorf, consul general. 

J. Bartlett Richards, consul 

Monroe B. Hall, consul... 

W. Garland Richardson, consul. - 



Jan. 22,1945 

Jan. 29,1945 

Jan. 27,1945 

Jan. 13,1945 

U. Alexis Johnson, consul Jan. 13,1945 



John M. Beard, senior economic analyst. 

Jack J. H. Oldham, vice consul 

Paul J. Haldeman, vice consul 

George H. Ennis, vice consul 



Arthur Bliss Lane, appointed ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Gerald Keith, counselor of embassy 

Edmund J. Dorsz, second secretary 

Livingston Satterthwaite,^ civil air attach^ 

Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas P. Dillon, vice consul 



Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attache 

Comdr. Julius Fleischnaann,* naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
1st Lt. Willem E. Boom,< asst. military attache for air.. 
Lt. Comdr. Norman D. Deuel,* asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Edgar H. Clark,< asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 



Apr. 26,1945 
Jan. 16,1945 
Feb. 16,1945 
May 5, 1945 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Nov. 15, 1944 
Oct. 16,1944 
Aug. 15,1944 
Nov. 17, 1944 
Feb. 2, 1945 

Feb. 9, 1945 
Sept. 16, 1944 

July 12,1944 
Dec. 2, 1944 

Nov. 25, 1943 



1 Assigned also to La Paz, Santiago, and Quito; resident In Lima. 

2 Government of Poland established in England. 

3 Assigned also to London and Dublin and near the Qovernmient of the Netherlands established in England; 
resident in London. 

* Assigned also near the Government of the Netherlands established in England. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



37 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


POLAND— Continued 

Warsaw (Warszawa)(E)— Con. 
(T) -- 


Floyd J. Dubas, economic analyst 

Alexander L Radomski, attache 


Mar. 28, 1945 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 27, 1945 
Mar. 12, 1945 

Feb. 9, 1945 

tFeb. 22,1944 
June 17,1943 
Apr. 18,1945 
June 23,1944 

tApr. 10,1942 
July 1, 1942 
Apr. 26,1943 
Feb. 18,1943 
Sept. 12, 1941 
Aug. 21,1942 
Apr. 12,1945 
Mar. 2,1943 
Oct. 28,1944 
Oct. 30,1944 
Nov. 10, 1941 

May 28,1943 
June 26,1944 
Oct. 9, 1942 

Sept. 23, 1942 
Oct. 5, 1944 
Aug. 16,1944 
Aug. 25,1944 

Oct. 19,1944 
Mar. 7,1945 

tApr. 10,1945 
Nov. 24, 1944 

tAug. 12,1944 
Oct. 31,1944 

tOct. 1, 1943 
Feb. 19,1945 

Mar. 14,1938 
Mar. 21,1944 
Feb. 11,1935 
Apr. 9, 1945 

June 19,1945 
Oct. 24,1944 
Nov. 30, 1943 










Justie E. Gist, administrative assistant; vice consul 




Consulate General at Warsaw 
closed. 

POETDGAL AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 

Lisbon (Lisboa) (E) 


Herman B. Baruch, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
Edward S Crocker, 2d, counselor of embassy 


$17, 500 




8,000 




Charles E Dickerson, Jr , first secretary; consul 


7,400 




Cavendish W. Cannon, first secretary; consul 

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

J Winsor Ives, commercial attache 


7,000 
7,000 
5,000 




Miss Elizabeth Humes, second secretary; consul 

Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr., second secretary; consul 


4,500 
4,500 
4,500 






4,200 




William B. Douglass, Jr., vice consul 






Alvin E. Bandy, vice consul 






■\Villiflm P, .^hnpkley, Tr , vipp pnnsiil 






John Belfort Keogh, vice consul 










(MA & NA) 


Col. Robert A. Solborg, military attach^ 






Lt. Col. Russell A. Cone, military air attache... 






Comdr. Kenneth E. Demarest, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Col. Stephen Ogden Fuqua, asst. military attache... 
Maj. Harold F. Milks, asst. military attache . 




1 
(T) 


Capt. William S. Briggs, asst. military air attache 

Lt. Raymond S. Willis, asst. naval attache and asst. 
naval attachg for air. 

A. Ogden Pierrot,' civil air attach^.. 






Theodore A. Xanthaky, special assistant to ambassador; 

attache. 
J. Daniel Hanley, attache ... 


















Herman R. Kasper, economic analvst 






William G. Gibson, senior economic analyst . 






Wiiliarn F. , PriPP, vicp cnnsul 




Angra do Heroismo, Terceira, 

Azores (MD) (T). 
Funehal, Madeira (C) 

Horta, Fayal, Azores (MD).. 
Oporto (Porto) (C) 








7,000 


William P. Robertson, maritime delegate 




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




5,100 


Arturo E. Angel, asst. maritime delegate 












Aaron J. Thomas, Jr., asst. maritime delegate. -.. 





'Assigned also to and resident in Madrid. 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



PORTUGAL AND POS- 
SESSIONS— Continued 

(Possessions)! 

Beira, Mozambique, Africa 
(C).J 
(T) 

Lourenfo Marques, Mozam- 
bique, Africa (CG). 
Luanda, Angola, Africa (C)... 

RUMANIA 

(United States Mission) Bu- 
charest. 



(T). 



SAUDI ARABIA, KING- 
DOM OF 

Jidda (L) 



(T). 



Dhahran (C). 



(T). 



SPAIN 



Madrid (E). 



Name and rank 



Frederik van den Arend, consul. 



William L. Higgins, vice consul 

Austin R. Preston, consul general.. 
Martin J. Hillenbrand, vice consul. 
Harold Sims, consul 



Burton Y. Berry, Foreign Service officer 

Roy M. Melbourne, Foreign Service officer 

Charles E. Hulick, Jr., Foreign Service officer. 
Lee E. Metealf, attache 



Clayton E. Whipple, agricultural adviser.. . 
Ray Pearce Walters, Foreign Service officer _ 

William Kling,' agricultural officer 

Roy Olin Westley,* agricultural oflScer 

Robert J. Bernstein, vice consul 



Col. William A. Eddy, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Paul E. Geier, third secretary; vice consul 

William Langdon Sands, third secretary; vice consul 



Harold B. Hoskins,' adviser on economic affairs , 

Ralph B . Curren, « civil air attache _ 

Nils E. Lind, attache 

Fred H. Await, economic analyst 



Parker T. Hart, vice consul 

Clarence J. Mcintosh, vice consul. 



Larry Winter Roeder, vice consul 

Joseph G. Bowers, administrative assistant- 



Norman Armour, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

William W. Butterworth, Jr., counselor of embassy 

Ralph H. Ackerman, commercial attache 

Fayette J. Flexer, first secretary; consul 

La Verne. Baldwin, first secretary; consul 

Eugene M. Hinkle, first secretary; consul 

Philip W. Bonsai, first secretary; consul 

Glion Curtis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Niles W. Bond, second secretary; vice consul 

William L. Smyser, third secretary; vice consul 

Byron E. Blankinship, third secretary; vice consul 

Earle O. Titus, vice consul 

Roger P. Carlson, vice consul 

Warren Delano Robbins, attachg 



Date of as- 
signment 



Dec. 24,1942 

Dec. 13, 1943 
JApr. 27,1943 

Mar. 1, 1944 
tMay 30,1945 



Oct. 7, 1944 

Oct. 7, 1945 

Oct. 7, 1944 

tJan. 6, 1945 

Dec. 28,1944 

Dec. 14,1944 

May 14, 1945 

May 24, 1945 

May 2, 1945 



Aug. 12,1944 

Nov. 11, 1943 
Mar. 31, 1944 

Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3, 1945 
Apr. 22, 1944 
June 9, 1944 

June 14,1944 
June 14,1944 

Mar. 30, 1945 
May 7, 1945 



Dec. 15,1944 



tMar. 
May 
Mar. 
Dec. 
May 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
May 
Apr. 
July 
May 
June 



28, 1944 
13, 1939 
28, 1944 
3,1942 
27, 1944 
28, 1944 
13, 1944 
22, 1942 
14, 1942 
22, 1944 
13, 1942 

30. 1944 

23. 1945 



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

' Functions under supervision of consulate general at Lourenco Marques. 

' Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, Budapest, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 

» Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, Budapest, and Belgrade; resident in Belgrade. 

' Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, and Tehran. 

• Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, and Tehran; resident In Cairo. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



39 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



SPAIN— Continued 

Madrid (E) — Continued 
(MA& NA) 



(T). 



Barcelona (CO), 



(T).... 
Bilbao (O- 



Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 
Canary Islands (C). 

(T) 

Malaga (C) 

(T) 

San Sebastian (C).. 

Seville (C) 

Tenerife, Canary Islands (C). 

(T) 

Valencia (C) _ 

(T) _- .._.. 

Vigo(C) (T) 



Col. Wendell G. Johnson, military attach6_ 

Lt. Col. Lawrence A. Spilman, military air attachfe.. 
Capt. John C. Lusk, naval attache and naval attach^ for 

air. 

Lt. Col. Clyde L. Clark, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Albert P. Ebright, asst. military attachfi 

Lt. Col. Albert L. Hoffman, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Carroll M. Terry, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. James B. Ford, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Lt. John F. V. Emmanuel, asst. naval attachfe... 

Lt. John R. Stevenson, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attachfi for air. 



A. Ogden Pierrot," civil air attache 

John Van Home, cultural-relations attache 

Leonard Horwin, senior economic analyst 

Evan H. Bennett,' minerals attache 

Walter F. Smith, attache 

Charles F. 0'Neall,3 attache 

Harold Rhodes, economic analyst 

Maurice Fogler, attache 

Miss Marion Parks, administrative assistant 

John M. Dimick,* attache 

John Kemler, economic analyst 

Robert E. Whedbee, junior economic analyst 

Thomas Donald Bowie, junior economic analyst. 

Justin N. Locke, attache _ 

Robert G. Turpin, attache 

David I. Ferber, vice consul 

J. Paul Smith, Jr., vice consul 



Richard Ford, consul general 

Nelson R. Park, consul 

Charles S. Reed, 2d, consul 

Fritz A. M. Alfsen, consul _ 

Francis B. Moriarty, vice consul. 

Charles F. O'Neall, attache 

Harry F. Hawley, consul 

Jule L. Goetzmann, vice consul... 

James A. Noel, vice consul 

Arthur F. Tower, consuL 



John I. Fishburne, vice consul 

Harold B. Quarton, consul general. 
Barnaby Conrad, Jr., vice consul... 

Willard Galbraith, consul 

John N. Hamlin, consul 



Willis R. Etter, vice consul 

Daniel V. Anderson, consul 

S. Qrover Rich, Jr., vice consul... 

Richard T. Smyth, vice consul 

Donald C. Marelius, vice consul.. 
Allan F. McLean, Jr., vice consul. 

' Assigned also to Lisbon. 

9 Assigned also to Lisbon and Tangier for temporary duty. 

3 Assigned also to and resident in Barcelona. 

* Resident in Barcelona. 



Nov. 10, 1944 
May 13,1944 
May 5, 1943 

Dec. 29, 1942 

Apr. 10,1943 

Apr. 4, 1944 

Oct. 23,1943 

Oct. 14,1943 

Feb. 25,1944 
June 5, 1944 



Oct. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
July 
Aug. 
tJan. 
May 
Nov. 
Aug. 
July 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Oct. 

Mar. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
June 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



June 29 
Sept. 28, 
June 5 
Mar. 11 
May 21, 

Feb. 17, 
Mar. 21 
Feb. 6, 
Sept. 9 
Nov. 14 
Feb. 24, 



1944 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1942 
1942 
1944 
1944 

1945 
1944 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1945 
1945 

1945 
1942 
1944 
1944 
1939 

1945 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1942 
1945 



$8, 000 
6,000 
5,000 
4,200 



7,600 
4,000 



5,000 



6,900 



5,000 
5,000 



4,500 



40 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



SWEDEN 



Stockholm (L). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Goteborg (C) 

(T) 

Malmo (C) 

Haisingborg (C A) _ _ . 

SWITZERLAND 
Bern (L) 



Herschel V. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Christian M. Ravndal, counselor of legation.. 

Cabot Coville, first secretary; consul 

Sheldon Thomas, first secretary; consul 

L. Randolph Higgs, first secretary; consul 

Paul H. Pearson, second secretary; consul _ 

Robert MOls McClintock, second secretary; vice consul. 

Donald W. Smith, commercial attache 

George Lybrook West, third secretary; vice consul 

M. Gordon Knox, third secretary; vice consul 

David H. McKillop, third secretary; vice consul 

Gray Bream, third secretary; vice consul 

Harold Carlson, vice consul 

Frithjof C. Sigmond, vice consul 

Lawrence W. von Hellens, vice consul 

Donald Bloomingdale, attache 

Brig. Gen. Alfred A. Kessler, Jr., military attach^ and 

military air attache. 
Col. Charles E. Rayens, asst. military attache and 

military attache for air. 
Capt. Walter L. Heiberg, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

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

Lt. Col. Robert W. Wood, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Sigurd J. Arnesen, asst. military attache 

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

Capt. Harold W. Kasserman, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Allan L. Rice, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Comdr. Francis A. Klaveness, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Rolfe A. Haatvedt, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. John M. Echols, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Haldor L. Hove, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Wallace McClure, senior economic analyst. 

Walter S. Surrey, attache 

Richard A. Forsyth, attache. 

Abner K. Chestem, agricultural adviser 

Harold Adolph Svensen,' asst. agricultural attache 

Norman Guernsey Swift, economic analyst 

Leo Alfred Yanke, economic analyst 

Grant Olson, attache 

WiHiam W. Corcoran, consul general 

Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul... 

Finn B. Jensen, vice consul 

Benjamin Reath Riggs, consul 

Frank F. Hass, consular agent.. 



Leland Harrison, envoy extraordinary and minister 

plenipotentiary. 
J. Klahr Huddle, counselor of legation.. 



Oct. 21,1941 



Dec. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
tAug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
Dec. 
July 
Jan. 
May 
July 
Aug. 



23. 1943 

20. 1944 

21. 1945 

27. 1944 

13. 1942 

15. 1943 

30. 1945 

21. 1943 
14, 1942 

18. 1941 

21. 1944 
30, 1930 

3, 1933 

20. 1942 
21, 1944 



Dec. 14,1944 

tDec. 13,1944 

July 5. 1940 

July 10,1943 
Oct. 28,1943 
Jan. 25,1944 
Mar. 21, 1944 
May 12,1944 
June 17.1942 

May 6,1944 

July 8, 1944 

Oct. 27,1944 

Mar. 1,1945 



Dec. 
Dec. 

JNov. 

Feb. 

May 

May 
JMar. 

Jan. 
JDec. 

June 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Apr. 



4, 1942 
4, 1942 

9. 1944 

5. 1945 
9, 1945 

31, 1944 
7, 1945 

31. 1943 

29. 1944 
14, 1938 

25. 1943 
30, 1942 

24. 1944 



July 13,1937 
July 7, 1941 



' Assigned also to Copenhagen, Helsinki, and Oslo; resident in Stockholm. 



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Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



SWITZERLAND-Con. 



(MA). 



(C). 



(T)_ 



(T). 



Daniel J. Reagan, counselor of legation for economic 
affairs. 

George Tait, first secretary 

Donald F. Bigelow, first secretary 

Gardner Richardson, first secretary 

John H. Madonne, second secretary (consul) 

Warren M. Chase, second secretary 

Dale W. Maher, second secretary 

Harrison Lewis, second secretary 

Sidney K. Lafoon, third secretary 

George McM. Godley, 2d, third secretary 



Howard B. Railey,' civil air attache 

Harry Conover, attache 

David M. Maynard, attache 

Morton Bach, senior economic analyst 

Adlai Merriman Ewing, administrative officer . 

Miss Dorothy M. Sells, attache 

Karl R. Haplie, attache 

Ezra Guy Rasmussen, economic analyst 



Walter H. Sholes, consul general 

John A. Lehrs, vice consul 

Thomas R. Flack, vice consul 

Robert D. Shea, vice consul 

Howard Elting, Jr., consul - 

J. Brock Havron, vice consul 

William L. Mellon, vice consul 

George L. Phillips, vice consul 

Robert B. Macatee, consul general 

Maurice W. Altaffer, consul 

Phil H. Hubbard, consul 

Miss Constance R. Harvey, vice consul 

Bolard More, vice consul 

Eugene Nabel, vice consul 

Julius C. Jensen, vice consul 

Charles Stoppani, vice consul 

Russell G. D'Oench, vice consul. 

Valerian Lada-Mocarski, vice consul 

Robert L. Van Nice, vice consul 

Donald A. Jones, 2 vice consul... 

Frederick R. Loofbourow, senior economic analyst; vice 
consul. 

Hugh H. Teller, vice consul 

James C. Bell, 2 vice consul 



tFeb. 21,1945 



Apr. 
tNov. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 
tJuly 

Jan. 

Dec. 



Brig. Gen. Barnwell R. Legge, military attach^ 

Col. F. Edgar Cheatle, military air attache 

Lt. Col. Alfred R. W. de Jonge, asst. military attach^... 

Lt. Col. Oscar Colcaire, asst. military attache 

Maj. John W. Melville, asst. military attache 

Capt. Charles T. Katsainos, asst. military attache 

Capt. Lloyd A. Free, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Dean Raymond Rexford, asst. military attach^.. 



John H. Madonne, consul (second secretary). 

J. A. Tuck Sherman, vice consul 

Robert Roy Cunningham, vice consul 

Buford G. Rogers, vice consul 



|Oct. 19, 
Oct. 12 
Nov. 28, 
May 9, 
Feb. 13, 
Apr. 20, 
May 7, 
July 



Aug. 1 
tAug. 2 
Mar. 31 
July 19 



Jan. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

July 

July 

Nov. 
tMay 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 

May 

July 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

May 
tSept. 



Apr. 24, 
Feb. 



1942 
1941 
1941 
1938 
1939 
1941 
1942 
1945 
1941 

1942 
1944 
1941 
1945 
1945 
1942 
1942 
1942 

1938 
1926 
1945 
1941 

1945 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1945 

1941 
1941 
1941 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1933 
1941 
1944 
1941 
1936 
1944 
1943 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1944 

1945 
1944 



$9, 000 

8,000 
7,000 
6,900 
7,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,500 
3,400 
3,100 



7,000 



7,000 



4,500 
3,100 



9,000 
7,000 
4,500 
4,200 
4,000 



•'Assigned also to Paris, Brussels, and Luxembourg; resident in Paris. 
2,Resident in Lugano. 



42 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



STRIA 

Damascus (L) 



(MA). 



(T). 



THAILAND 

State of war declared by Thai- 
land Jan. 25, 1942. 

TURKEY 

Ankara (E)* 



(MA&NA). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



George "Wadsworth,» envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

James S. Moose, Jr., counselor of legation 

James T. Scott,^ commercial attach^ 

William J. Porter, vice consul; attache 

Lt. Col. Virgil A. Jackson,^ military attache 

Maj. Frederick W. May, asst. military attache 

Capt. Joseph H. Gassoun,^ asst. military attache. 

Ralph B. Gurren,' civil air attache 

John R. Barrow, Jr.. vice consul. 



Edwin C. Wilson, ambassador extraordinary and plen- 
ipotentiary. 

Herbert S. Bursley, counselor of embassy 

Edward B. Lawson, commercial attache. 

Earl L. Packer, first secretary 

Harry L. Troutman, first secretary 

Heyward G. Hill, consul 

John Evarts Horner, third secretary 

Richard E. Gnade, third secretary 

Paul J. Kann, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



tSept. 21, 1944 

Mar. 5,1945 
Dec. 1,1942 
Feb. 13,1943 

tJan. 8, 1944 
Oct. 7,1944 
Apr. 10,1944 



$10, 000 



Mar. 
Apr. 



3, 1945 
2, 1945 



Adana (C) 

Iskenderun « (Alexandretta) 

(C). 
Istanbul (Constantinople) 

(CG). 



Brig. Gen. Joseph E. Harriman, mihtary attache 

Col. Frederick A. Pillet,' military air attache.. 

Capt. Webb Trammell, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Col. Theodore Babbitt, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Cedric H. Seager. asst. military attache 

Capt. William F. Ross, asst. military attache 

Capt. Walter E. Seager, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Richard D. Sears, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 



Donald Everett Webster, cultural-relations attache. 
Jeffrey Robson Short, Jr., senior economic analyst.. 



Keld Christensen, vice consul. 



Sam E. Woods, consul general 

Paul S. Guinn, consul 

William R. Lynch, vice consul 

Herbert Daniel Brewster, vice consul. 

Louis M. Denis, vice consul 

Charles P. McVicker, Jr., vice consul. 



Jan. 27,1945 

Apr. 25,1945 

Feb. 3, 1944 

Oct. 29,1942 

tAug. 21,1943 

June 23,1945 

June 2, 1944 

Feb. 29,1944 

June 7, 1945 

May 2, 1945 
Dec. 11,1943 
Jan. 13,1942 

Jan. 22,1944 
Mar. 3,1943 
July 13,1943 
Sept. 18, 1943 
Oct. 17, 1944 



Aug. 5, 1943 
May 23,1944 



Nov. 10, 1943 

June 5, 1945 

Mar. 21,1944 

JFeb. 10,1944 

JFeb. 6, 1945 

May 28.1945 

Oct. 10,1942 



' Accredited also to Lebanon. 

2 Assigned also to and resident in Beirut. 

3 Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Jidda, and Tehran; resident In Cairo. 
* Office of Embassy also at Istanbul. 

« Also assistant military attache at Ankara. 
« Closed to the public. 



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43 



Post 



Name and rans 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



TUEKEY— C ontinued 

Istanbul (Constantinople) 
(CO)— Continued 
(T)- 

Izmir (Smyrna) (C) 

(T) 



UNION OF SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Pretoria, Transvaal (L) 



(MA & NA)_ 



(T). 



Capetown, Cape Province 

(CO). 
Durban, Natal (C) 

(T) 

Johannesburg, Transvaal 
(CG). 



Port Elizabeth, Cape Prov- 
ince (C). 

UNION OF SOVIET 
SOCIALIST EEPUBLICS 



Moscow (E). 



Homer W. Davis, special assistant — 
Frederick T. Merrill, special assistant 
Donald K. Barton, economic analyst.. 

Randolph Roberts,' vice consul 

Ellis A. Johnson, vice consul 

Philip Ernst, vice consul 

John Howard Morris, vice consul 



Gen. Thomas Holcomb, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Edward M. Groth, counselor of legation 

Samuel H. Day,2 commercial attach^ 

Nicholas Feld, second secretary 

Harold ShuUaw, third secretary 

Col. Wilson T. Bals, military attache 

Capt. Richard B. PauJsen,' military air attache 

Lt. Comdr. George B. McManus, naval attach^ and 

naval attach^ for air. 
Maj. Richard L. Nickerson, asst. naval attachfe for air.. 
Lt. Charles C. Brady, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Robert D. McMillen, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Morris Oolick,< asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Robert T. Donahue, asst. naval attache for air 



Charles R. Enlow, agricultural attache — 
William O. Vanderburg, minerals attache- 
John F. Correll, attache 

John H. Seate, administrative assistant — 

H. Earle Russell, consul general 

R. Austin Acly, consul 

E. Talbot Smith, consul 

William R. Duggan, vice consul 

Thomas D. Bowman, consul general 

William H. Beach, consul _ 

John S. Richardson, Jr., consul 

Miss Katherine E. O'Connor, vice consul- 
Frank Anderson Henry, consul 

Kenneth A. Byrns, vice consul 



W. Averell Harriman, ambassador extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary. 

George F. Kerman, counselor of embassy 

Edward Page, Jr., first secretary; consul — 

Horace H. Smith, first secretary; consul 

John Davies, Jr., second secretary; consul 



1 Resident at Ankara. 

2 Assigned to serve at Johannesburg. 

3 Assigned also to Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Southern Rhodesia, and Swaziland. 
* Assigned to serve at Capetown. 



Dec. 18,1942 

Dec. 7, 1943 

Dec. 13,1944 

Jan. 15,1945 

Sept. 15, 1941 

May 18,1945 

Mar. 30, 1945 



Mar. 21, 1944 

Oct. 1, 1942 

Apr. 16,1942 

JJune 21,1945 

July 6, 1944 

Feb. 23,1945 

May 17,1944 

May 12,1944 

Aug. 4, 1944 
Feb. 12,1942 

Nov. 7,1944 

Mar. 24, 1944 

Nov. 6,1944 



May 

May 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Jan, 

Oct. 

Oct. 

July 

June 

June 

May 



7, 1945 
29, 1945 
25, 1945 
16, 1945 

2. 1944 

25. 1942 

10. 1943 

2. 1945 
1, 1941 
2, 1941 

14, 1942 
4, 1945 

24. 1942 

20. 1943 



Oct. 7, 1943 

May 22,1944 

Feb. 27,1942 

Jan. 9, 1945 

Jan. 26,1945 



$10, 000 

8,400 
7,200 
4,000 
3,100 



9,200 
4,500 
6,000 

10, 000 
7,000 
5,000 
4,000 
7,200 
3,100 



17, 500 

9,000 
6,000 
5,100 
5,000 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



UNION OF SOVIET 
SOCIALIST REPUBLICS— 

Continued 

Moscow (E)— Con 



(U. S. Military Mission).. 



(T). 



Vladivostok (CO) 

URUGUAY 

Montevideo (E) 



Paul Paddock, second secretary; vice consul 

Richard H. Davis, second secretary; vice consul 

Thomas J. Cory, second secretary; vice consul 

Henry T. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 

William A. Crawford, third secretary; vice consul 

Paul M. Dutko, vice consul 

John F. Morgan, vice consul 

Harold N. Waddell, vice consul 

La Mar Mulliner, vice consul 

William E. Wallace, vice consul 

Maj. Gen. John R. Deane, military member; chief.. . 

Maj. Gen. Edmund W. Hill, military member 

Brig. Gen. Sydney I. Spaulding, military member 

Rear Admiral Clarence E. Olsen, naval member 

Capt. Ronald H. Allen, naval member 

Capt. Denys William Knoll, naval member... 

Capt. Charles J. Zondorak, naval member 

Capt. Jackson R. Tate, naval member 

Capt. Robert W. Wimberly, naval member 

Comdr. Clifford E. Allen, naval member... 

Comdr. George E. Edwards, naval member 

Lt. Comdr. Edward W. Yorke, Jr., naval member... 

Lt. Willard W. Cram, naval member 

Lt. Joseph Chase, naval member 

Lt. Robert P. Meiklejohn, naval member 

Lt. Richard K. Holden, naval member 

Lt. Carl C. Bland, naval member.. 

Lt. William N. Hatch, naval member 

Lt. WiUiam J. Tonesk, naval member 

Lt. Ralph L. Buckley, naval member 

Lt. Biford W. Bain, naval member 

Lt. (jg) Boyd F. Greene, naval member 

Lt (jg) Joseph F. Orloff, naval member 

Ensign Bertram C. Dedman, naval member.. 

Louis Guy Michael, attache. 

Thomas P. Whitney, attache 

Frederick C. Barghoorn, attache 

Joseph J. Bulik, attache.. _. 

George James Rothwell, assistant agricultural adviser 

Robert C. Tucker, attache 

Joseph Osgood Hanson, Jr., attache 

Oliver Edmund Clubb, consul general 

David H. Henry, 2d, vice consul 



William Dawson, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Edward J. Sparks, first secretary; consul 

Robert G. Glover, commercial attach^ 

Robert Y. Brown, second secretary; consul 

Whitney Young, second secretary; consul 

Reginald Bragonier, Jr., second secretary; vice consul.. 
Arthur B. Emmorus, 3d, second secretary; vice consul.. 

John L. Topping, third secretary; \-ice consul 

Stewart Q. Anderson, third secretary; vice consul 



Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 
tMar. 
tMar. 
|Mar. 
JMar. 

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



Apr. 27, 
Mar. 
Nov. 6, 
Mar. 30, 
Jan. 3, 
Feb. 21 
May 12, 

tSept. 19, 
June 1 



1944 
1943 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1943 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1944 

1943 
1944 
1943 
1943 
1941 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1945 
1943 
1942 
1943 
1943 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1945 
1945 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1945 

1944 
1944 
1942 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1944 

1944 
1945 



Feb. 11,1941 

Jan. 15,1942 

Mar. 12, 1940 

Feb. 20,1941 

May 22,1944 

Sept. 11, 1936 

Oct. 22.1942 

May 20,1943 

Dec. 3, 1941 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



45 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



URUGUAY— Continued 

Montevideo (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA) 



(T). 



VENEZUELA 



Caracas (E). 



(MA & NA). 



Col. Egon R. Tausch, military attache 

Lt. Col. Emmett B. Cassady, military air attach^ 

Comdr. Albert Benjamin, naval attach^ and naval at- 

tachfe for air. 

Maj. William A. Tidwell, Jr., asst. military attachg 

Capt. Carleton Ashley, a,sst. military attache 

Capt. Edward J. Rufl, asst. military attach^ 

Lt. Donald C. Leavens, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Peter J. Brennan, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

William A. Hodgman, commercial attache 

Roderic Crandall,' petroleum attache 

Franklin W. Wolf, senior economic analyst 

Nat B. King,2 special assistant 

C. Montagu Pigott, senior economic analyst 

Frank E. Sheehy, senior economic analyst 

Ezequiel D. Salinas, special assistant , 

Joseph G. Weimer, senior economic analyst 

Joesph E. Wiedenmayer, senior economic analyst 

Albert B. Franklin, cultural-relations attache 

Walter P. Coombs, economic analyst 

John W. Mitchell, junior economic analyst 

Frederick C. Weimer, junior economic analyst 

Albert F. Breazeale, junior economic analyst 

John J. Zozaya, junior economic analyst 

Fred H. Decker, junior economic analyst 

Carson O. Crocker, junior economic analyst. 

Thomas D. Kingsley, junior economic analyst 

Miss Nancy Miller Stauffer, cultural-relations assistant 



Frank P. Corrigan, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Allan Dawson, counselor of embassy 

Charles F. Knox, Jr., commercial attach^ 

Thomas J. Maleady, first secretary 

William P. Wright, asst commercial attach^ 

Carl Breuer, second secretary 

John P. Hoover, asst. commercial attach^ 

Bromley K. Smith, third secretary; vice consul 



Col. Henri A. Luebbermann, military attache 

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

Comdr. William L. Kilcoin, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 
Maj. Edmund J. E. McCarthy, asst. military attache... 

Maj. Louis Miccio, asst. military attach^ 

Lt. Sterling J. Cottrell, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Charles D. Evans, asst. naval attach^ and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Paul E. Bixler, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Lewis H. Orland, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

• Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro and Asuncion; resident in Rio de Janeiro. 

* Temporarily. 



May 12,1945 
Apr. 28, 1944 
Dec. 16, 1941 

Feb. 11,1943 
Oct. 21,1943 
June 26, 1945 
Oct. 20,1942 

Nov. 24,1943 



June 
June 
Jan. 

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



9, 1945 
7,1944 

10. 1943 

25. 1944 
31, 1942 
20, 1942 
17. 1942 

11. 1942 

19. 1944 

13. 1943 

14. 1945 
1, 1942 

20, 1942 
25, 1942 
14, 1942 
12, 1942 
11, 1942 
23, 1942 
11, 1945 



Jan. 20,1939 



June 

Mar. 
IJune 

Aug. 
JMay 

July 

May 



20, 1945 
19, 1945 
21, 1945 
19, 1943 
3,1944 
28, 1942 
25, 1945 



tJune 23,1943 
Aug. 23, 1944 
Mar. 18, 1944 

Mar. 28, 1942 
May 20, 1944 
May 25,1942 

Mar. 13,1944 

July 17,1944 

Nov. 8,1944 



$17, 500 

6,600 
6,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,000 
3,500 
3,500 



46 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



VENEZUELA— Continued 



Caracas (E)— Continued 
(CO) 



(T). 



Laauaira(VC) (T) 

Puerto de la Cruz, An- 
zo&tegui (VC). 
Maracaibo (C)_ _ ;.. 



YUGOSLAVIA 

Belgrade (Beograd) (E). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Consular offices in Yugo- 
slavia closed. 



James P. Moffltt, consul general 

William L. Krieg, vice consul. 

George R. Phelan, vice consul 

James H. Kempton, agricultural adviser 

William Scanlan, special assistant 

Curtis Waldo Barnes, senior economic analyst 

Virgil C. Applewhite, special assistant 

D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, cultural-relations attache 

William Henry Bowden, economic analyst 

Robert Joseph Fitzpatrick, vice consul.. 

Miss Ellen Collins, cultural-relations assistant 

Austin J. Rittenhouse, vice consul 

Armando Larragoite, Jr., vice consul 

Odin G. Loren, consul 

Harold D. Pease, vice consul 

Guy A. Morin, vice consul 



Richard C. Patterson, Jr., appointed ambassador ex- 
traordinary and plenipotentiary. 

Harold Shantz, counselor of embassy 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, second secretary; consul 

William N. Fraleigh, second secretary; vice consul 

Peter Constan, vice consul 



Lt. Comdr. David E. Frierson, naval attache and naval 

attache for air. 

Maj. Caleb F. Gates, Jr., asst. military attache. 

Capt. Paul M. Birkeland, asst. military attache... 

Lt. (jg) John E. Kasunich, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Albert E. Evans, senior economic analyst. 

Irwin T. Sanders, agricultural attache 

Emil Kekich, senior economic analyst 

William Kling,' agricultural officer 

Eric L. PridonoS, economic analyst. _ 

Roy Olin Westley,' agricultural officer 

Miss Jeanne Matscheck, vice consul 



tJuly 6, 1944 
Mar. 28, 1944 
June 29,1937 

Sept. 7, 1942 
July 1, 1942 
May 26, 1943 
Oct. 19,1942 
July 15,1942 
June 5, 1943 
June 15,1944 
Nov. 11, 1944 

Oct. 3, 1944 
May 14,1943 

Mar. 18, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1943 
tApr. 7, 1945 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Dec. 23,1943 

May 21,1945 

Oct. 16,1944 

tMay 15,1945 

Dec. 15,1944 

Nov. 13, 1944 
June 28,1945 
Jan. 5, 1945 



Feb. 7, 1945 
May 1, 1945 
Feb. 14,1945 
May 14,1945 
Feb. 7, 1945 
May 24, 1945 
Feb. 14,1945 



1 Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, Budapest, and Bucharest; resident in Bucharest. 

2 Assigned also to Tirana, Sofia, Budapest, and Bucharest; resident in Belgrade. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



47 



Achilles, Theodore C 

Ackerson, Garret G., Jr... 

Bacon, J. Kenly 

BaOey, E. Tomlin 

Ballantine, Joseph W 

Barbour, Walworth 

Barnes, William 

Belovsky, Sidney A 

Benninghoff, H. Merrell... 

Blake, Gilson G 

Boal, Pierre de L.2 

Boehringer, Carl H __. 

Bohan, Merwin L.3 

Bohlen, Charles E 

Bonbright, James C. H — 

Braddock, Daniel M 

Brandin, Robert M.' 

Brown, James E., Jr 

Butler, George H 

Canty, George R. 

Carrigan, John Willard-,. 

Chapin, Selden 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 

Chase, Augustus S *. 

ChOds, Archie W.3 

Childs, J. Rives 3... 

Cochran, William P., Jr.. 

Colquitt, Adrian B 

Cootes, Merritt N 

Cox, Raymond E 

Daggett, Forrest N 

Dahl, Basil D 

J)avis, Nathaniel P 

Day, Henry B 

Dick, Hassell H 

Dickover, Erie R^. 

DUlingham, Sherburne... 
Donovan, Andrew E., 2d- 

Dooman, Eugene H 

Dowling, Walter C 

Drumright, Everett F 

Durbrow, Elbridge 

Elbrick, C. Burke 

Emmerson, John K 

English, Clifton P 

Espy, James 

Ferris, Walton C 

Flack, Joseph 

Flake, WUson C 

Foote, Walter A.' 

Foster, Andrew B 

Foster, Carol H 

Freers, Edward L.s 

Grew, Joseph C.2 

Gufler, Bernard 



Name 



Date of 
assignment ' 


Salary 


July 


9, 1941 


$6, 000 


May 


2, 1945 


6,000 


Aug. 


28, 1941 


5,000 


June 


19, 1942 


5,000 


Jan. 


7, 1942 


9,800 


Feb. 


26, 1945 


6,000 


July 


15, 1941 


4,000 


Feb. 


14, 1944 


6,000 


Aug. 


24. 1942 


7,000 


July 


2, 1942 


6,000 


Jan. 


22, 1944 


9,000 


Mar. 


15, 1945 


4,500 


July 


10, 1944 


8,000 


June 


3, 1942 


8,000 


June 


19, 1942 


7,000 


Feb. 


10, 1945 


7,000 


Apr. 


2, 1945 


2,800 


Feb. 


18, 1943 


6,000 


Jan. 


30, 1945 


8,000 


Nov. 


16, 1943 


7,000 


July 


1, 1942 


5,000 


Jan. 


2, 1945 


9,000 


Jan. 


13, 1944 


6,000 


June 


3, 1942 


6,000 


Apr. 


21, 1945 


7,000 


May 


22, 1945 


8,000 


Oct. 


11, 1943 


7,000 


Dec. 


4, 1944 


3,500 


Sept. 


14, 1944 


4,500 


Sept. 


30, 1943 


8,600 


Apr. 


13, 1945 


2,800 


May 


29, 1945 


6,000 


Sept. 


3, 1943 


9,800 


June 


8,1944 


5,000 


Sept. 


17, 1941 


7,000 


June 


28, 1943 


9,600 


May 


31, 1945 


4,500 


May 


29, 1945 


4,500 


Feb. 


16, 1943 


10,000 


Mar. 


17, 1945 


4,500 


Feb. 


15, 1945 


7,000 


May 


28, 1942 


7,000 


Aug. 


9, 1944 


6,000 


May 


15, 1945 


4,500 


May 


10, 1944 


3,400 


Mar 


16, 1945 


4,500 


Oct. 


21, 1941 


7,000 


June 


27, 1945 


9,000 


Feb. 


6, 1945 


5,000 


Mar 


10, 1945 


8,200 


July 


14, 1944 


5,000 


Aug. 


29, 1941 


9,000 


July 


21, 1944 


3,400 


Sept 


1, 1942 


9,000 


Jan. 


3, 1942 


5,000 



1 The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on which 
he reports for duty. 
' Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 
' Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



48 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 

OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 



GuUion, Edmund A 

Harrington, Julian F 

Harrison, Randolph 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr.. 

Heacock, Roger L 

Holder, Oscar C_ ._. 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Hughes, Morris N 

Hughes, Thomas L 

Hukill, George R.«- 

Huston, Cloyce K 

Hutchinson, Charles A.2_.. 

Hutton, Paul C 

Jester, Perry N 

Johansen, Beppo R 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr — 

Josselyn, Paul R 

Keeler, Erwin P 

Kohler, Foy D 

Krentz, Kenneth C 

Lane, Clayton 2 

Leverich, Henry P 

Lockhart, Frank P 

Lyon, Frederick B 

Maflitt, Edward P 

Mallon, Patrick 

Matthews, H. Freeman. .. 

McDonough, Dayle C 

McKenna, James E 

Meekins, Lynn W.2 _. 

Meyer, Paul W 

Minor, Harold B 

Mitchell, Reginald P 

Montgomery, Edmund B. 

Morgan, John H.. _.. 

Newbegin, Robert 

Ocheltree, John B.2 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 

Parsons, J. Graham 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr.., 

Peck, Willys R.3 

Penfield, James K 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 

Perkins, Warwick 2, 

Plitt, Edwin A 

Pool, John C 

Reams, R. Borden 

Reber, Samuel *.-- 

Richards, Arthur L.. 

Riddleberger, James W 

Rossow, Robert J., Jr 

Rutherford, M. Robert 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C... 
Schoenfeld, Rudolph E.K. 
Service, John S 



Date of 
assignment ' 



Mar. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

May 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Feb. 

July 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

Nov. 

May 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

June 

Nov. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

Aug. 

June 

Oct. 

June 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 



;, 1945 
,1945 
,1942 
,1945 
,1942 
,1944 
,1944 
K 1943 
', 1945 
,, 1945 
, 1941 
i, 1945 
i, 1941 

1. 1941 
:, 1942 
i, 1942 
;, 1943 
', 1943 
, 1941 
,1943 
1, 1945 
i, 1943 
,1942 
,1945 
, 1945 
i, 1944 
;, 1943 
,1943 
i, 1941 
,1944 
;, 1942 
:, 1943 
,1945 
;, 1943 
!, 1943 
1, 1945 
', 1944 
,1945 
,1942 
, 1944 
,1942 
1, 1944 
, 1942 
,1945 
,1941 
,1942 

1. 1942 
i, 1944 
, 1945 
, 1943 
,1945 
, 1945 
, 1945 
,1945 
,1945 



Salary 



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

2 Foreign Service officer assigned to the Department pending reassigimient to the field. 
' Under provisions of the act of Apr. 1, 1941. 

* Temporarily detailed to London as counselor of mission on staff of U. S. Political Adviser, Supreme Head- 
quarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 49 

OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Name 



Date of as- 
signment ' 



Salary 



Stevens, Francis Bowden 

Steyne, Alan N 

Summerlin, George T 

Tewell, Harold S -. 

Thurston, Ray L 

Timberlake, Clare H 

Travers, Howard K_ 

Trimble, William C 

Turner, William T 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr.' 

Vance, Marshall M 

Vincent, John Carter 

Wailes, Edward T 

Warren, Avra M 

Wasson, Thomas C 

Wellborn, Alfred T 

Wells, Milton K 

Wendelin, Eric C 

Willis, Miss Frances E__. 

Wilson, Evan M 

Yost, Charles W 

Yuni, William E.2 



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



26, 1945 
23, 1943 

25. 1941 
24, 1945 
10, 1945 

26. 1943 

22. 1942 
24, 1942 

3, 1942 

29. 1944 
18, 1944 
15, 1942 
22, 1944 

1, 1945 

18. 1941 
4, 1945 

13, 1944 
21, 1944 

22. 1944 

26. 1942 
1, 1945 

26. 1945 



$6,000 
7,000 

10,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,500 
9,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,000 
7,200 
8,000 
7,000 
9,800 
7,000 
4,000 
4,500 
5,000 
6,200 
4,000 
5,000 
4,500 



OFFICERS ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



OFFICERS ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 


Where assigned 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


Beach, Arthur Eugene 3 

Brown, G. Stewart 3 


Middle East Supply Center 

Allied Commission for Italy.. .. . . 


July 11,1944 
Jan. 17,1945 
Feb. 6, 1942 
Aug. 2, 1944 
Dec. 13,1943 
July 12,1943 
Mar. 1, 1944 
Aug. 1, 1942 
Oct. 26,1943 
Dec. 24,1941 
Dec. 2, 1942 
May 11,1943 




Flood, Peter H. A. _.. 


Ciudad Juarez ... . 


$5,100 
7,000 
4 500 


Gowen, Franklin C 


Vatican Citv 


Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 


European Advisory Commission, London. 


Myers, Harold Edwin ' 


Middle East Supply Center 




Ozzard, Charles J.3 


do 




Rountree, W'illiam M.3.. ... 


do 




ShoUenberger, .Joseph H.s 


do.. 




Tittmann, Harold H., Jr 


Vatican Citv.. - . 


9,200 
7,000 


Winters, George H 


Ciudad Juarez 


Young, Roland A. 3 


Middle East Supply Center . 









Name 


Date of 

assignment 


Salary 


Butrick, Richard P 


May 25,1944 
Dec. 9, 1942 
Aug. 17,1944 


$9, 200 
10,000 
9,000 


Cochran, H. Merle ... .. 


DeCourcy, William E 





' The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date on which 

he reports for duty. 

2 Foreign Service oflScer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 

3 Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 



50 FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 

OFFICERS ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING REESTABLISHED 



Name 



Status 



Bagby, Philip H 

Bates, Robert C.i 

Bergus, Donald C 

Bogardus, George F 

Brownlee, Roland H.i-.. 

Bruner, Glen W 

Burdett, William C, Jr. 
Burris, Philip HowelL.. 

Calhoun, John A 

Collins, Atwood, 2d 

Cooper, Charles A 

Downs, Donald ' 

Doyle, Albert M 

Farrell, William S 

Farringer, Dale E.' 

Fitzgerald, William B.'.. 



Forman, Douglas N., Jr. 

Gannett, Michael R 

Gasque, J. AUard 

Gilbert, Charles 

Gordon, Bartley P 

Greene, Joseph N., Jr 

Hammond, B. Miles 

Hanson, Henry, Jr 

Haven, Richard B 

Heard, Alexander ' 

Ingle, Edward M ..- 

La Rue, G. Wallace 

Lavallee, Jerome R 

Leggett, Herbert B.i 

Lutkins, LaRue R 

Martin, Edwin W 

Marvel, William W.' 

McCargar, James G 

McCarty, Glenn R.i 

McKay, Donald S.i 

McKelvey, Erman R.i.. 



McSweeney, John M 

Middlebrook, Robert W 

Miimigerode, H. Gordon 

Mitchell, William A 

Nolan, Thomas F.' 

O'Brien, Mrs. Pattie Field i_ 



Oliver, John G 

Poole, Richard A_ 

Reese, Raymond E 

Rockwell, Stuart W... 
Schewel, Stanford Lee. 
Schnee, Alexander i.. . 

Siracusa, Ernest V 

Smith, Miss A. Viola.. 

Speer, James P., 2d 

Squire, John P 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr. 

Stoops, Don ' 

Thayer, Charles W 



On leave for military duty. 
do 



Vice consul at Patras, Greece; oflBce not yet established. 

On leave for military duty 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



On leave of absence without pay 

On leave for military duty 

Consul general at Amsterdam; office not yet reestablished 

On leave of absence without pay 

On leave for military duty 

Senior economic analyst and vice consul at Amsterdam; oflBce not yet 
. reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do '. 



.do. 



Vice consul at Amsterdam; office not yet reestablished. 
Consul at Patras, Greece; office not yet established... 

On leave for military duty 

do 



.do. 



Consul at Turin; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do 



On leave of absence without pay. 

On leave for military duty 

do 



.do. 
.do- 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Economic analyst and vice consul at Amsterdam; office not yet rees- 
tablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do 



Consul at Amsterdam; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty — 

do 



Administrative assistant and vice consul at Amsterdam; office not 
yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty 

do - 



.do. 
.do- 



Economic analyst at Amsterdam; office not yet reestablished. 

On leave for military duty. 

do. 



On leave of absence without pay. 

On leave for military duty 

do 

do- 

do-- 

do--- 



1 Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



51 



OFFICERS ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS BEING REESTABLISHED- 

Continued 



Name 


Status 


Salary 


Usher, Richard E 


On leave for military duty 


$3, 100 


Wanamaker, Temple, Jr 


do 


3,100 


Whittinghill, George D 


do.. . 




Wilkinson, Edward G.' 


Senior economic analyst and vice consul at Amsterdam; office not 

yet reestablished. 
On leave for military duty 




Williams, William L. S.. 


2,800 









SPECIAL OFFICES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of 
assignment 



Salary 



AUSTRIA 

Office of the United States Political 
Adviser, Commanding General, 
United States Army Forces, Medi- 
terranean Theater of Operations. 



(T). 



GERMANY 

Office of the United States Political 
Adviser to Supreme Headquarters, 
AUied Expeditionary Force. 



John G. Erhardt, United States political ad- 
viser. 

Cecil Wayne Gray, counselor of mission 

Laurence C. Frank, secretary... 

Ware Adams, secretary 

Hugo V. Newell, vice consul 

James Lucian McCamy, adviser on economic 
affairs. 

Sydney L. W. Mellen, senior economic an- 
alyst. 

Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural adviser.. 

Mrs. Eleanor Lansing Dulles, senior economic 
analyst. 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, attache 

Edward Salner, attache 

Frederick H. Bunting, senior economic an- 
alyst. 

Duncan Murchison White, vice consul 

Richard A. O. Schwartz, assistant to agiicul- 
tural adviser. 

Miss Eleanor C. Raynor, vice consul 

Miss Miriam Boulotchnik, administrative 
assistant. 

Miss Ruth Anderson, administrative assist- 
ant. 



Robert D. Murphy, United States political 

adviser. 2 
Donald R. Heath, counselor of mission (also 

counselor of mission at Berlin). 

Loyd V. Steere, agricultural adviser 

Parker W. Buhrman, Foreign Service officer.. 

Sydney B. Redecker, secretary 

John J. Muccio, Foreign Service officer 

A. Dana Hodgdon, Foreign Service officer 

Jacob D. Beam, Foreign Service officer 

Carlos J. Warner, Foreign Service officer 

Brewster H. Morris, secretary 

G. Frederick Reinhardt, Foreign Service 

officer. 



Jan. 25,1945 

Dec. 23,1944 
May 16,1945 
June 28, 1945 
June 14, 1945 

Dec. 27,1944 

Dec. 20,1944 

Dec. 28,1944 
Feb. 23,1945 

Mar. 16, 1945 
Mar. 19, 1945 
May 7,1945 

Jan. 8, 1945 
Jan. 13,1945 

Feb. 21,1945 
Jan. 22,1945 

Feb. 27,1945 



Sept. 15, 1944 
Nov. 1,1944 



Apr. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
{Apr. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Feb. 



18, 1945 
5, 1944 

30. 1944 

30. 1945 
21, 1945 

16. 1944 

17. 1945 
8, 1944 

20, 1945 



7,000 
6,000 
6,000 



9,600 

9,000 

9,000 
8,200 
8,200 
8,000 
7,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,000 
5,000 



» Temporary specialist appointed for the emergency. 
* With the personal rank of ambassador. 



52 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1945 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of 
assignment 



GEEMANY— Continued 

OflBce of the United States Political 
Adviser to Supreme Headquarters, 
Allied Expeditionary Force— Con. 



(T). 



Carmel Offle, Foreign Service officer 

William C. Afield, Jr., Foreign Service officer. 

Perry Laukhufl, secretary.. 

Frederick J. Marm, secretary 

John W. Tuthill, secretary; vice consul 

Herbert F. N. Schmitt, Foreign Service 
officer. 

Casimir T. Zawadzki, vice consul 

Carl Birkeland, vice consul 

Charles M. Rice, Jr., vice consul... 

Francis A. Lane, vice consul 

Stephen B. Vaughan, vice consul 



Robert T. Pell, press-relations officer 

Raymond George Fisher, senior economic 
analyst. 

William Wittausch, attache 

Quincy Adams, senior economic analyst 

Edward M. Mueller, senior economic analyst- 
Ralph M . Wood, senior economic analyst 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, attache 

Bruce Laimes Smith, attach^. 

William P. Cumming, attach^... 

John E. Utter, economic analyst 

John Francis Bricca, administrative assistant- 
John Theodore Krumpelmann, attach^ 

William Bruce Lockling, attach^ (also attachfi 

at Berlin). 
Froelich G. Rainey, senior economic analyst- 
Richard B. Schlatter, attach^ 

Wallace S. Espy, senior economic analyst. . . 
Willard O. Brown, agricultural economist... 

Pierre Marot Purves, attach^ 

Robert M. Berry, economic analyst 

Stanley L. Friedman, economic analyst 

C. Hoyt Price, economic analyst.. 

Peter W. Denzer, junior economic analyst... 

Carvel Painter, vice consul 

John L. Chase, vice consul (also vice consul 

at Berlin) . 
Louis A. Wiesner, Foreign Service Auxiliary 

officer (also vice consul at Berlin). 
Miss Virginia I. Cullen, administrative assist- 
ant. 
Miss Tomena Jo Thoreson, administrative 
assistant. 

G. Edward Reynolds, vice consul 

Joseph W. Schutz, vice consul 

Gardner C. Carpenter, vice consul 

Ralph S. Collins, vice consul. 

Erwin W. Wendt, vice consul 

William H. McClain, vice consul 

Richard D. Sears, vice consul 



Oct. 11,1944 

Apr. 30,1945 

Jan. 8, 1945 

Dec. 20,1944 

Dec. 16,1944 

Oct. 23,1944 

Apr. 12,1945 

Apr. 12,1945 

Apr. 2, 1945 

Apr. 12,1945 

Apr. 12,1945 

Mar. 16, 1945 

May 5,1945 



Mar. 

May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

May 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

May 
June 
June 
June 
May 
June 
June 
May 
May 
Nov, 



16, 1945 
25, 1945 

6. 1944 

17. 1944 

15. 1945 

6. 1945 
31, 1945 

23. 1944 

25. 1945 
12, 1945 

4,1944 

2, 1945 
29, 1945 
7, 1945 
22, 1945 
11, 1945 
25, 1945 
6, 1945 
6, 1945 
26, 1945 
3, 1945 
1,1944 



Nov. 1, 1944 
Nov. 20,1944 



Dec 20,1944 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 



29, 1945 
10, 1945 
15, 1945 
13, 1945 
12, 1945 
17, 1945 
22, 1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 
SPECIAL OFFICES— Continued 



53 



Post 



ITALY 

Naples (Office of the United States 
Political Adviser on the staff of the 
Supreme Allied Commander, Med- 
iterranean Theater). 



(T). 



Rome (Office of the United States 
Representative on the Advisory 
Council for Italy). 



Name and rank 



James Orr Denby, Foreign Service officer... 

Carl F. Norden, Foreign Service officer 

William O. Boswell, Foreign Service officer. 
Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., Foreign Service officer. 
Robert S. Folsom, Foreign Service officer... 
Thomas S. Estes, Foreign Service officer 

Harry Le Bovit, agricultural economist. -._. 
Paul Anthony Chadwell, economic analyst. 
Bertha Shurtok, administrative assistant 

Alexander C. Kirk, United States represen 
tative. ' 

H. Coit MacLean, secretary 

Ernest E. Evans, secretary 



Date of 
assignment 



Dec. 


28, 1944 


$7, 000 


Mar. 


23, 1944 


4,000 


Feb. 


24, 1945 


3,600 


Feb. 


10. 1945 


3,500 


Feb. 


8, 1945 


3,400 


Aug. 


2, 1944 


3,400 


Feb. 


17, 1945 




Mar. 


1, 1945 




Jan. 


3, 1945 




Mar. 


31, 1944 


10,000 


tFeb. 


10, 1945 


8,900 


tFeb. 


10, 1945 


5,100 



Salary 



Also ambassador to Italy. 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Abbey, Glenn A _-_- 21 

Abbott, George M 16 

Abbott, Roger Sloans 18 

Abbott, Wainwright 24 

Achilles, Theodore C 47 

Ackerman, Ralph H 38 

Ackerson, Garret G., Jr 47 

Acly, R. Austin 43 

Adair, Charles W., Jr < 22 

Adam, Hector C, Jr 4 

Adams, John Clarke 27 

Adams, Quincy 52 

Adams, Ware.- - 51 

Adamson, Walter 14 

Afield, William C, Jr __. 52 

Aguirre, Stephen E 30 

Ailshie, William K 29 

Ainsworth, H. Gardner 27 

Alameda, Clarence J 5 

Alberts, Hugo W 36 

Alfsen, Fritz A. M 39 

Allard, Wilfred P 35 

Allen, Charles W 7 

Allen, Clifford E 44 

Allen, Henry E 30 

Allen, Ronald H 44 

Ailing, Paul H 31 

Allison, John M 19 

Alsterlund, Norah 21 

Altafler, Leland C 6 

Altafler, Maurice W 41 

Amende, Ruth 21 

Anderson, Daniel V 39 

Anderson, Edward. 3 

Anderson, Eskel V 3 

Anderson, Henry Testman... 21 

Anderson, John W 31 

Anderson, Ruth S__ 51 

Anderson, Stewart G.. 44 

Anderson, W. Stratton, Jr 35 

Andrews, Archie M., Jr 21 

Andrews, Charles L 14 

Andrews, George D 8 

Angel, Arturo E 37 

Apple, Charles E 35 

Applewhite, Virgil C 46 

Archer, Harry C 7 

Armour, Norman 38 

Armstrong, George Alexander 21 

Armstrong, Lawrence S 21 

Arnesen, Sigurd J 40 

Arnold, Lawrence L_ 1 

Arnold, Robert C 3 

Ashley, Carleton 45 

Ashton, Horace D 25 

Atcheson, George, Jr 9 

Atherton, Ray_-- - 6 

Await, Fred H.. 38 

Ayer, William Francis - 21 

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Babbitt, Theodore 42 

Bach, Morton 41 

Bacon, J. Kenly 47 

Baer, Barbara 9 

Bagby, Philip H 50 

Bagnoli, Emile.- _. 27 

Bailey, E. Tomlin 47 

Bailey, Frank E 23 

Bailey, John W., Jr 8 

Bailey, Robert G 35 

Bain, Biford W 44 

Baker, Clifford M., Jr 25 

Baker, Joseph K 26 

Baker, Roy W 2I 

Baldwin, Charles F g 

Baldwin, Karl Ferguson 2 

Baldwin, La Verne 38 

Ballantine, Joseph W 47 

Bals, Wilson T 43 

Bandy, Alvin E 37 

Bankhead, Henry M 6 

Bankhead, John L_ g 

B arbour, Walworth 47 

Barclay, Ben W 4 

Barghoorn, Frederick C 44 

Barker, Edmund Osborne 19 

Barnes, Courtlandt D., Jr 17 

Barnes, Curtis Waldo 46 

Barnes, Maynard B 6 

Barnes, William 47 

Barnette, Larry 5 

Barnum, Robert H g 

Barrett, William C 27 

Barrow, John R., Jr 42 

Barry, C. Victor 20 

Barry, John R 7 

Barton, Donald R 43 

Baruch, Herman B.__ _._ 37 

Baruch, Robert P.- _ ._.. 17 

Bastianello, Raymond 30 

Bates, Robert C 50 

Battles, Robert E 30 

Baxter, Jean E. N 28 

Bay, Charles A _ _ 14 

Bay, R. John.... 23 

Beach, Arthur Eugene 49 

Beach, William H 43 

Beam, Jacob D 51 

Bean, Ormand R 15 

Beard, John M.. 36 

Beaulac, Willard L 35 

Beaumont, Adam 7 

Beck, William H.._ 21 

Begley, Harry R 15 

Bell, James C 41 

Bell, James D 11 

Belovsky, Sidney A 47 

Belton, William 6 

Benet, Edward S 12 



Benjamin, Albert 45 

Bennett, Evan H 39 

Bennett, James 13 

Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr 35 

Benninghoff, H . Merrell 47 

Benson, Barry T 33 

Benson, Jesse G 36 

Bentley, Alvin M 10 

Benton, J. Webb 32 

Benton, Russell W 12 

Berenguer, Arnaldo 33 

Bergen, Tallmadge 22 

Berger, David C. 9 

Bergus, Donald C 50 

Berle, Adolf A., Jr 4 

Bernardoni, Bernard 27 

Bernbaum, Maurice M 33 

Bernstein, Robert J 38 

Berry, Burton Y 38 

Berry, Robert M 52 

Bertot, Raoul A 13 

Betts, Paul C 7 

Beverstock, Roswell C 25 

Beyer, Roland K 18 

Beylard, Charles B 18 

Bigelow, Donald F 41 

Biggerstafl, Knight 11 

Bingham, Hiram, Jr 1 

Birge, Walter W., Jr 13 

Birgfeld, Clarence E 2 

Birkeland, Carl 52 

Birkeland, Paul M 46 

Bishop, Max Waldo.. 21 

Bixler, Paul E 45 

Black, Cyril E 6 

Black, Robert... 6 

Blake, Gilson G 47 

Blake, M. Williams 26 

Blake, Ralph J 9 

Blanchard, Louis F 30 

Bland, Carl C 44 

Blankinship, Byron E.. 38 

Blanshard, Paul 23 

Blatchford, Edward W 34 

Blau, Louis Cecil 35 

Bliss, Don C, Jr 19 

Blocker, V. Harwood_- 4 

Blocker, William P 30 

Blohm, Lee R 33 

Bloomingdale, Donald 40 

Blue, William L.. 28 

Boal, Pierre de L 47 

Boaz, Samuel E 21 

Boeck, Alvord L 14 

Boehringer, Carl H 47 

Boernstein, Ralph A 8 

Bogardus, George F.. 50 

Bohan, Merwin L 47 

Bohanon, Bettye M 36 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



,55 



Bohlen, Charles E- 47 

Bohne, Frederick A -. 7 

Bonbright, James C . H 47 

Bond, Niles W 38 

Bonnet, Ellis A 9 

Bonsai, Philip W 38 

Boom, WillemE 13,32,34,36 

Boone, William E 12 

Boonstra, Clarence 13 

Borton, George F 4 

Boswell, WiUiam O 53 

Botsford, Clarence A 27 

Boucher, Hiram A 4 

Boulotchnik, Miriam 51 

Bourgerie, Elmer H 15 

Bowden, William Henry 46 

Bowditch, Sarah H 20 

Bower, Roy E.B 22 

Bowers, Claude O 8 

Bowers, Joseph Q_._ 38 

Bowie, John M 33 

Bowie, Thomas Donald 39 

Bowman, Howard A 11 

Bowman, Thomas D._ 43 

Bownass, Richard Mason 32 

Boyce, Richard F 12 

Boyd, Alfredo 20 

Boyd, James W 33 

Boyd, John H 18 

Bradbury, Robert 30 

Braddock, Daniel M 47 

Braden, Spruille 1 

Brady, Charles C 43 

Brady, John B 9 

Brady, L. Peirce 5 

Bragonier, Reginald, Jr 44 

Brandin, Robert M 47 

Brandon, Howard.. 4 

Brandt, George L 28 

Braun, Horace Harper 30 

Braxton, Randolph H 31 

Bream, Gray 40 

Breazeale, Albert F 45 

Breckinridge, Robert 11 

Brennan, Peter J 45 

Breuer, Carl 45 

Brewster, Herbert Daniel 42 

Brewster, William L 30 

Bricca, John Francis 52 

Bridge, H.P - 33 

Bridgett, W. Charles 24 

Briggs, Ellis O 10 

Briggs, William S 37 

Brinson, Noah M 16 

Brinton, John 15 

Brist, George L 7 

Bristol, Howard H., Jr.. 25 

Brockman, John B 33 

Broderick, Maurice J 36 

Brookhart, Charles E 22 

Brooks, Clarence C 4 

Brooks, Russell M 18 

Brown, Aaron S 10 

Brown, Cantwell C 30 

Brown, Emerson I 5 

Brown, G. Stewart 49 



Brown, James E., Jr.._ 

Brown, Nathan A 

Brown, Robert L 

Brown, Robert Y 

Brown, Stephen C 

Brown, Willard O 

Brown, William H 

Browne, Sidney H 

Brownlee, Roland H 

Bruins, John H 

Brulf, Frederick Joseph 

Bruner, Glen W 

Bruns, Robert M 

Buckley, Ralph L 

Buell, Robert L 

Bugbee, Howard C 

Buhrman, Parker W 

Bulik, Joseph J 

Bullockus, Theodore 

Bunting, Frederick H 

Burdptt, William C, Jr 

Burke, Gordon L 

Burke, Thomas Edmund 

Burns, Findley, Jr 

Burns, John H 

Burns, Thomas D 

Burris, Philip Howell.- 

Burrows, Charles R 

Bursley, Herbert S 

Burt, Joseph F 

Bush, Guy Louis. 

Busser, William F 

Butler, George H._ 

Butrick, Richard P 

Butterworth, William W., Jr 

Byington, Homer M., Jr 

Byington, Irwin C 

Byrd, Richard W 

Byrns, Kenneth A 



Cabot, John M 

Cady, John Clayton A__ 

Caffery , Jeflferson 

Cahn, Rudolf E 

Calder, A. Bland 

Calder, Donald B 

Calder, F. Willard 

Caldwell, George W., Jr. 

Caldwell, John K 

Caldwell, Robert W 

Caldwell, William B 

Calhoun, John A 

Callahan, James E 

Callanan, Leo J 

Calvert, John S 

Cameron, Turner C, Jr. 

Campbell, Arthur J 

Campbell, John W 

Campbell, Walter L 

Campbell, William A... 

Cam pen, Thomas S 

Cannon, Cavendish W_. 

Canty, George R 

Carey, Arthur F 

Carlson, Harold 

Carlson, Harry E 



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5 
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18 
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16 
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1 
SO 
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10 
11 
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31 
11 
37 
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1 
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26 



Carlson , Herbert W. 20 

Carlson, Richard W 22 

Carlson, Roger P 38 

Carnahan, George . 11 

Carpenter, Gardner C 52 

Carrigan, John Willard 47 

Carroll, Loren 17 

Carswell, Robert M., Jr 14 

Carter, Albert E 12 

Cass, Donn Alfred 35 

Cassady, Emmett B 45 

Cassou, Bertin E 17 

Castleman, Edward 18 

Castleman, Reginald S 6 

Catlett, DonV 4 

Cauley, Troy J.... 20 

Cavanaugh, Robert J 23 

Cawley, EricH 18 

Chadwell, Paul Anthony 63 

Chalker, Robert P 20 

Chamberlain, Robert S 24 

Champion, George P 30 

Chapin, Selden 47 

Chapin, Vinton.. 4 

Chapman, J. Holbrook 47 

Chase, Augustus S 47 

Chase, John L 52 

Chase, Joseph 44 

Chase, Warren M 41 

Chase, Wilbur P 26 

Chavez, Tibo J 8 

Cheatle, F. Edgar 41 

Cherymisin, Gerald L 4 

Chestem, Abner 40 

Childs, Archie W 47 

Childs, J. Rives 47 

Childs, Prescott 33 

Chipman, Norris B 16 

Christensen, Keld 42 

Christensen, William H 19 

Christiani, Courtland 23 

Christin, Eugene G 36 

Christopherson, Carl E 33 

Chuck, Fong 10 

Chylinski, Thaddeus H 37 

Cintron, Frank 36 

Cizauskas, Albert C 22 

ClafTey, John F 20 

Clark, Clyde L 39 

Clark, David M 1 

Clark, DuWayne G 4 

Clark, Edgar H 13,32,34,36 

Clark, Harlan B 22 

Clark, Lew B 30 

Clark, Lewis 6 

Clark, S. Wilson 11 

Clay, Wiley T 6 

Clayton, William E 30 

Clough, Ralph N 10 

Clubb, Oliver Edmund 44 

Cochran, H. Merle.-. 49 

Cochran, William P., Jr 47 

Codoner, Manuel J 30 

Cody, Morrill 2 

Coe, Robert D 19 

Colcaire, Oscar -- 41 



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Cole, Felix 

Cole, J. Gerald 

Cole, Thomas J 

Cole, William E., Jr.. 

Colebrook, Mulford A 

Coleman, Edwin S 

Colladay, Montgomery H.. 

Collens, Thomas W 

Colling, John G 

CoUins, Atwood, 2d .-. 

Collins, Ellen 

Collins, Ralph S 

Collins, V. Lansing, Jr 

Collon, John Francis 

Colman, George T 

Colombat, Francis Henry. . 

Colquitt, Adrian B 

Cone, Russell A.. 

Conkright, William A 

Connell, Richard M_ 

Connelly, Bernard C 

Conover, Carroll F 

Conover, Harry 

Conrad, Barnaby, Jr 

Conradi, Arthur, Jr..- 

Constan, Peter 

Converse, Paul H. M.L.... 

Cooke, Hedley V., Jr 

Cooke, Wilham R., Jr 

Coombs, Walter P- 



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32 
41 
39 
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Cooper, Charles A — 50 

Cooper, George B., 2d 21 

Cooper, William R 10 

Coors, Dallas M... 22 

Cootes, Merritt N 47 

Cope, A. John, Jr 13 

Copeland, John I 13 

Corcoran, William W 40 

Correll, John F 43 

Corrigan, Frank P 45 

Corrigan, Robert F 5 

Cortada, James N 13 

Cory, Thomas J 44 



Cottam, Howard R . 
Cottrell, Sterling J.. 
Coudray, Robert C. 

Coulter, Calette 

Coville, Cabot 

Cowan, Robert T... 
Cowles, C. William. 

Cowles, Leon L 

Cox, Raymond E... 

Cox, Rose M 

Coyle, John J 

Grain, Earl T 

Grain, James K 

Cram, Willard W... 



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15 
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4 
20 
30 
20 
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Crandall, Roderic 5,35,45 

Crawford, William A 44 

Crawford, William Rex 5 

Crocker, Carson 45 

Crocker, Edward S., 2d 37 

Crockett, Joseph P 33 

Crockett, Kennedy M_. 31 

Cromie, Leonard J ..- 23 

Cromwell, Richard O 2 



Crook, Linton 27 

Cross, Cecil M. P 6 

Cruse, Fred T 12,15,24,25,33 

Crutcher, William J 24 

Cuffe, Edward D 10 

Cullen, Virginia I 52 

Gumming, WUliam P 52 

Cunningham, Frederick J 35 

Cunningham, H. Francis, Jr. 34 

Cunningham, Robert Roy... 41 
Curren, Ralph B.. 15, 16, 26, 29, 38, 42 

Curry, Hubert M 13 

Curtis, Glion, Jr 38 

Curtis, John P 5 

Cussans, Frank 17 

Cyphers, Dudley E 7 



Daggett, Forrest N 

Dahl, Basil D 

Dale, Martin B 

Dalferes, Sabin J... - 

Daniels, Paul C 

Daughtrey, James R 

Davenport, Philip M 

Davidson, Kenneth M. 

Davies, John, Jr 

Davis, Homer W 

Davis, Laurence L 

Davis, Monnett B 

Davis, Nathaniel P. 

Davis, Richard H 

Davis, Roy Leonard 

Davis, Roy T 

Davis, Sherlock 

Dawson, Allan 

Dawson, Leonard G 

Dawson, Owen L 

Dawson, William 

Day, Henry B 

Day, Samuel H 

Daymont, Laurence J 

Dean, David D 

Dean, Robert William 

Deane, John R 

Decker, Fred H 

DeCourcy, William E 

Dedman, Bertram C 

de Jonge, Alfred R. W 

de Laet, Alberic 

de la Houssaye, Francis L ... 

de Lambert, Richard M 

de la Salandra, Dominic 

Delgado-Arias, D. Eugene... 

de Lima, David A 

Demarest, Kenneth E 

Denby, James Orr 

Denhardt, Edith Tilton 

Denis, Louis M 

Dennis, Chester 

Denzer, Peter W 

Derry, Charles H 

Desvernine, Eugene 

Detwiler, Alvin C. 

Deuel, Norman B 13,32, 

de Zengotita, Juan 

Dick, Harrison L 



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45 
49 
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Dick, Hasell H. 47 

Dickerson, Charles E., Jr 37 

Dickinson, Horace J 13 

Dickover, Erie R 47 

Dickson, William F 22 

Dilhngham, Sherburne 47 

Dillon, Thomas P 36 

Dimick, John M 39 

di Venuti, Biagio 27 

D'Oench, Russell G 41 

Donahue, Robert T 43 

Donald, George K 8 

Donaldson, Harry M 7 

Doniger, Elliot 31 

Donnelly, Walter J 4,34 

Donovan, Andrew E., 2d 47 

Donovan, Howard 22 

Dooher, Gerald F. P 26 

Doolittle, Hooker A 15 

Dooman, Eugene H 47 

Dorr, Robert J 8 

Dorsh, John B 8 

Dorsz, Edmund J 36 

Dougherty, Edward C .. 30 

Dougherty, Joseph L 6 

Douglass, William B., Jr 37 

Dow, Edward A., Jr 6 

Dowling, Walter C 47 

Downs, Donald 50 

Doyle, Albert M 50 

Dregge, John W 15 

Drew, Gerald A 16 

Dreyfus, Louis G., Jr. 26 

Drumright, Everett F 47 

Dubas, FloydJ 37 

DuBois, Arden Edward 13 

DuBose, Laurance T 20 

Ducote, Charles H 16 

Duer, Edward R., Jr 32 

Duggan, William R 43 

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing 51 

Dumont, Donald A.. 32 

Duncan, Norman 36 

Dunn, L. Milner 34 

Dunn, William E 8 

Dunn, William M 3,29 

Dupre, Dallas D 17 

Duran, Gustavo 2 

Durbrow, Elbridge. 47 

Dusenburg, Carlisle C 9 

Dutko, Paul M..-- .44 

Du Vivier, Paul F 22 

Dwyer, Henry T 7 

Dwyer, William E 2 

Dwyre, Jack G 36 

Dyer, Edwin Perry, Jr - . 22 

Easton, JohnW 20 

Eaton, Charles Edward 5 

Eaton, Earl Wilbert 30 

Ebling, Samuel G. 26 

Ebright, Albert P 39 

Echols, John M 40 

Eckor-Racz, L. Lazlo.. 28 

Eckes, William H 5 

Eddy, William A 38 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



57 



I'age 

Edwards, George E 44 

Edwards, J. Stanford 29 

Edwards, Jay Dixon 9 

Edwards, John W 31 

Efteland, Robert Grant 34 

Ehelebe, William A 33 

Ehlers, Edgar S. 9 

Eitreim, Irven M. 20 

Elbrick, C. Burke 47 

Elder, John P. --- 32 

Eldridge, Richard. - 17 

Ellingsen, Thor B 34 

Ellis, Imogene E -. 21 

Ellis, Overton G., Jr 15 

Ellis, Perry 15 

Elrick, Earle M 5 

Elting, Howard, Jr 41 

Elwood, Robert Bailey 15 

Embry, John A 21 

Emmanuel, John F. V 39 

Emmerson, John K 47 

Emmons, Arthur B., 3d 44 

Engert, Cornelius Van H 1 

Engestrom, Edward 20 

English, Clifton P 47 

English, Robert 6 

Enlow, Charles R 43 

Ennis, George H 36 

Erhardt, John G 51 

Ernst, Philip 43 

Erwin, John D 25 

Espy, James 47 

Espy, Wallace S - - 52 

Estes, Murl 8 

Estes, Thomas S 53 

Etter, Willis R - 39 

Evans, Albert E 46 

Evans, Charles D... 45 

Evans, Ernest E 53 

Evans, Joseph R. - 27 

Everett, Curtis T 7 

Ewing, Adlai Merriman 41 

Fahrenholz, Phillip H 30 

Fairbank, Wilma C ._ 10 

Fales, Herbert P 20 

Farmer, Alexander W 9 

Farmer, Garland R., Jr 19 

Famsworth, Frederick E 15 

Farrell, William S 50 

Farringer, Dale E 50 

Faus, Keeler 17 

Faust, John B 25 

Feld, Nicholas 43 

Feldman, Arthur W 15 

Ferber, David !_.. 39 

Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr 26 

Femald, Robert F 19 

Fernandez, Raymond F 17 

Ferrell, Hubert F 18 

Ferrer M., Felipe 36 

Ferris, Walton C 47 

Fidel, E. Allen 18 

Finley, Harold D... 33 

Fishbume, John I 39 



Fisher, Dorsey Gassaway 19 

Fisher, Evan 12,16,24,25,33 

Fisher, Raymond George 52 

Fitzgerald, John F --. 31 

Fitzgerald, William B... 50 

Fitzpatrick, James R... - 11 

Fitzpatrick, Robert Joseph. .. 46 

Flack, Joseph 47 

Flack, Thomas R... ..- 41 

Flake, Wilson C 47 

Fleischmann, Julius. ...13, 32, 34, 36 

Fletcher, C. Paul 21 

Fletcher, Samuel J 22 

Flexer, Fayette J 38 

Flood, Douglas 21,22 

Flood, Peter H. A 49 

Floumoy, William E., Jr 28 

Flynn, James J., Jr 22 

Flynn, Walter J.... - 21 

Fogarty, Edelen 27 

Fogler, Maurice 39 

Follmer, Cyrus B -.. 17 

Folsom, Robert S -.. 53 

Foote, Walter A. 47 

Forbes, Bruce W 28 

Ford, James B 39 

Ford, Richard 39 

Ford , William Joseph 21 

Forman, Douglas N., Jr 50 

Fornes, Frederic C, Jr 6 

Forsyth, Donald W 35 

Forsyth, Richard A 40 

Forsyth, T. Muldrup 34 

Foster, Andrew B 47 

Foster, Carol H 47 

Foster, Meade T 2 

Foster, Patricia 28 

Fowler, Royal H., Jr 28 

Fowler, William A 19 

Fox, Ernest F 1 

Fox, Homers 6 

Fox, Joseph C. 31 

Fraleigh, William N 46 

France, Jess, Jr --- 4 

Frank, I..aurence C 51 

Franklin, Albert B 45 

Franklin, Lynn W 32 

Frederickson, Oscar W 18 

Free, Lloyd A.- 41 

Freeman, Fulton.. 9 

Freeman, Houghton.. 10 

Freers, Edward L 47 

Fried, Milton... 18 

Friedman, Stanley L 52 

Frierson, David E 46 

Frisco, Mary 2 

Fritzlan, A. David 31 

Frost, Arthur C 7 

Fuess, John C 33 

Fuller, Andrew P 17 

Fuller, George Gregg 19 

Fullerton, Hugh S 16 

Fultz, Harry T 1 

Funk, IloC- 31 

Fuqua, Stephen Ogden. 37 



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Gade, Gerhard.. 15 

Gaines, Catherine Priest 28 

Gaines, Willard R 35 

Galbraith, Willard 39 

Galenson, Walter 13,34 

Gallman, Waldemar J 19 

Gamon, David L..., 23 

Gamper, Charles Edward 12 

Gannett, Michael R 50 

Gantenbein, James W... 14 

Garrison, Biddle H 8 

Garver, Carl F.. 26 

Garza, Elias G... 31 

Gaspard, Jerome T 3 

Gasque, J. Allard -. 50 

Gassoun, Joseph H 28,42 

Gates, Caleb F., Jr 46 

Gatewood, Richard D 22 

GaudLn, Daniel, Jr 23 

Geerken, Forrest K 29 

Geier, Paul E... 38 

Geist, Raymond H. 29 

George, Albert.- 17 

George, W. Perry 19 

George, William C 29 

Gerberich, Albert H.... 11 

Gerrity, Charles M 27 

Gibbons, Donald F 2 

Gibbons, Robert J 26 

Gibson, Raleigh A 29 

Gibson, William G. 37 

Gibson, William M 18 

Gidden, Culver.. 23 

Gidney, Charles C, Jr 35 

Gilbert, Charles... 50 

Gilbert, Manson 7 

Gilchrist, James M., Jr 22 

Gilmore, Robert W 31 

Gilsinn, David L. 1 

Gist, JustieE 37 

Gleeck, Lewis E., Jr 53 

Glover, Robert G 44 

Gnade, Richard E 42 

Godfrey, Richard A 5 

Godley, George McM., 2d 41 

Godsey, Fred 28 

Goetzmann, Jule L 39 

Golick, Morris 43 

Gooeh, Winslow Lament 17 

Goodier, Harvey T 7 

Goodyear, John 31 

Gordon, Bartley P 50 

Gorman , Douglas, Jr 8 

Gorman, Neil A — 10 

Gorrell, Juan L 14 

Goshie, John L.. 27 

Gotlieb, Bernard - 8 

Gowen, Franklin C 49 

Graltng, Francis J 7 

Grampp, William D 28 

Granata, Harold M 28 

Graves, George M 7 

Gray, Archibald E.. 24 

Gray, Cecil Wayne 51 

Gray, David 27 



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Gray, Lloyd R.. 

Green, Archie W 

Green, Caspar D 

Green, David S.. 

Green, George A 

Green, Ttiomas .10,34 

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24 

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21 



Greene, Boyd F 

Greene, Joseph N., Jr. 

Greene, Winthrop S 

Greenup, Julian C 

Qresham, Vernet L 

Grew, Joseph C 

Griffin, Thomas J 

Griffith, Edwin H 

Griffiths, John F 

Griggs, Kobert A 

Grinnell, Robert 

Groeninger, Joseph G 

Grosjean, Robert L 3,29 

Gross, Gerald C 11 

G roth, Edward M 43 

Ground, Ray 31 

Groves, H. Lawrence 34 

Grunwell, Alfred E. 12,16,24,25,33 



Grunwell, Thomas A_. 

Guerra, Fidencio 

Quest, Paul Lytan 

Gufler, Bernard 

Guinn, Paul S 

Gullion, Edmund A... 
Gunsaulus, Edwin N. 
Qwynn, William M_.. 



Hajatvedt, Rolfe A 

Hadraba, Theodore J 

Haering, George J 

Hafer, William Keith 

Hagan, John Logan 

Hager, John Manfred 

Hagerman, Worthington E.„ 

Haldeman, Paul J 

Hale, Robert F 

Haley, Lawrence B 

Hall, Claude H.,Jr_ 

Hall, Monroe B 

Hall, Weston A.._ 

Hallam, Malcolm P 

Halle, Elinor 

Hallett, Herbert 

Hallinan, Hazel H 

Hamilton, Maxwell M 

Hamlette, Harry L 

Hamlin, John N 

Hammond, B. Miles 

Handley, William Jules 

Hanes, Walter W 

Hanley, J. Daniel. 

Hannah, Archer B 

Hanson, Henry, Jr 

Hanson, Joseph Osgood, Jr. 

Hapko, Karl R 41 

Harding, Kenneth W 

Harding, Robert William 

Hardy, Neal B 

Hardy, Osgood 

Hare, Raymond A 



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3 

32 
18 
12 
13 
37 
36 
29 
17 
23 
36 
18 
24 
12 
36 
20 
16 
35 
39 
50 
15 
1 
37 
11 
50 
44 



Page 

Harley , Roberl Bruce 5, 6 

Harper, Clarence P 21 

Harriman, Joseph E 42 

Harriman, W. Averell 43 

Harrington, Julian F 48 

Harrison, Landreth M 19 

Harrison, Leland 40 

Harrison, Randolph 48 

Hart, Boies C, Jr 18 

Hart, John N. 12 

Hart, Parker T._ -. 38 

Hartley, Robert H 3 

Harvey, Constance R 41 

Harvey, Nicholas D.N 20 

Haselton, Norris S 8 

Hass, Frank F 40 

Hastings, William P 7 

Hatch, William N 44 

Haupt, Alden M 32 

Haven, Richard B 50 

Havron, J. Brock 41 

Hawkins, Harry C 19 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr 48 

Hawley, Franklin 13 

Hawley, Harry F 39 

Hawley, John C 30 

Hawthorne, Carl O 32 

Hayes, Dalton 2 

Hayes, Stanley T 7 

Hays, George A 22 

Heacock, Roger L _ . . 48 

Heard, Alexander 50 

Heath, Donald R 51 

Heath, Robert D 24 

Heck, Jack H._ 18 

Heck, Victor C 24 

Hefti, Rudolph W 3 

Heiberg, Walter L 40 

Heilbronner, Leon C 6 

Heiler, Bernard F 8 

Heisler, Charles H 21 

Heller, Florence 16 

Helme, William B 1 

Heltberg, Arnlioth G 26 

Hemmerich, Harry F 2 

Hemphill, Charles F., Jr 1 

Henderson, Clay H 3 

Henderson, Douglas 4 

Henderson , G eorge D 1 

Henderson, James E 30 

Henderson, Loy W 26 

Henney, Alfred J -.- 5 

Henry, David H., 2d 44 

Henry, Frank Anderson 43 

Henry, J. William 22 

Hem-y, R. Horton 35 

Herbert, RafordW..-. .- 1 

Herrington, Frank H 9 

Herron, Connie R 2 

Heskin, Oscar Edward 34 

Hickey, Andrew S 30 

12 Hickok, Thomas A 22 

7 Hicks, Knowlton V 2 

20 Hiern, Alden J.. 25 

14 Higgins, Herbert N 30 

19 Higgins, William L 38 



Higgs, L. Randolph 

Hill, Edmund W.... 

Hill, Heyward G 

Hill, John C 

Hill, Milton A 

Hill, Walter W 

Hillenbrand, Martin J 

Himmel, Lyle C 

Hinke, Frederick W 

Hinkle, Eugene M 

Hoard, Robert S 

Hockaday, Ted M 

Hocker, Woodson F 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 

Hodgman, William A 

Hodgson, James Flinn 

HofTman, Albert L 

Hoffman, H. Theodore 

Hoffmann, Walter W 

Hohenthal, Theodore J 

Holcomb, Thomas 

Holden, Richard K 

Holder, Oscar C 

Holdridge, Desmond 

Holland, David T 

Holland, Henry F 

Hollingsworth, Earl C 

Holm, Arvid G 

Hooper, Malcolm P 

Hoover, John P 

Hopkins, John Abel 

Hopper, George D 

Horn, Adolph B 

Horn, Thomas S 

Hornbeck, Stanley K.. 

Horner, John Evarts 

Horowitz, Daniel L 

Horsey, Outerbridge 

Horwin, Leonard.. 

Hoskins, Harold B 16,26, 

Hostetter, Writner 

Houck, FredH 

Hough, Curtis E 

Houghton, Robert B 

Hove, Haldor L 

Hoveiter, Ross E 

Howard, George C 

Howard, Hungerford B 

Howard, Robert D 

Howard, Wendell S 

Howe, Stanley M... .- 

Howell, Glenn F 

Howell , John Jessup 

Hoyt, Henry A 

Hrones, John G 

Hubbard, Phil H 

Huddle, J. Klahr 

Huddleston, John F 

Hudson, Joel C 

Hudson, William Palmer 

Huestis, Richard S 

Hughes, Morris N. 

Hughes, Thomas L 

Hukill, George R. - 

Hulick, Charles E., Jr 



40 
44 
42 
12 

8 

16 
38 

3 

9 
38 
28 

15 

35 

51 

45 

13 

39 

16 

5 

46 

43 

44 

48 

30 

25 

30 
8 

14 

34 

45 

11 
3 

13 

23 

32 

42 
8 

48 

39 
29,38 

20 
21 
25 
23 
40 
6 
12 
9 
35 
15 
27 
7 
32 
9 
17 
41 
40 
27 
15 
11 
21 
48 
48 
48 
38 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



59 



Hulley, Benjamin M 16 

Humes, Elizabeth 37 

Humphrey, Edith Frances-.- 2 

Hunsaker, Lee M 9 

Hunt, Frederick D 31 

Hunt, Leigh W 3 

HuDt, Ralph H 3 

Hunter, Robert L_ 32 

Hurley, Patrick J 9 

Hurst, Caiiton 18 

Huston, Cloyce K 48 

Hutchinson, Charles A- 48 

Hutton, Paul C 48 

Hyde, Austin W., Jr 30 

Ingle, Edward M 60 

Isaacs, C. Grant 3 

Ives, J. Winsor 37 

Jackson, Virgil A 28,42 

Jacobs, Joseph E 1 

Jacobson, Harold W 10 

Jakes, Robert, 3d 5 

James, Walter Raymond 4 

Jandrey, Fred W 28 

Janz, Robert 34 

Jarrell, Henry T. - 9 

Jenkins, Douglas, Jr 2 

Jenkins, John H 36 

Jensen, Finn B 40 

Jensen, Julius C 41 

Jepson, Florence H 20 

Jernegan, John D 26 

Jester, Perry N 48 

Johansen, Beppo R 48 

John, George O 14 

Johnsen, Lester J 34 

Johnson, Constantine N., Jr. 23 

Johnson, Donald S 35 

Johnson, Ellis A 43 

Johnson, Ethel M 20 

Johnson, Eugene H 8 

Johnson, Frank M. S 32 

Joh nson , Frederick C 7 

Johnson, Hallett 11 

Johnson, Hartwell 18 

Johnson, Herschel V 40 

Johnson, John D 7 

Johnson, Leslie W 1 

Johnson, Nelson T 2 

Johnson, Richard A 20 

Johnson, Robert C 22 

Johnson, U. Alexis 36 

Johnson, Wendell O 39 

Johnston, Coldwell S 7 

Johnston, Leland P 14 

Jones, Donald A 41 

Jones, Franklin V. C 31 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr 48 

Jones, Gerald G 13 

Jones, J . Jefferson, 3d 33 

Jones, J. Wesley 27 

Jones, Joseph A 13 

Jordan, Curtis C 31 

Jordan, Francis C_ 25 

Jordan, Russell B 6 



Josselyn, Paul R 48 

Jo va, Eugene E.. 13 

Jovin, Francis K 2 

Judson, Frederick B 33 

Kamm, Robert S 14 

Kann, PaulJ 42 

Kasper, Herman R 37 

Kasserman, Harold W 40 

Kasunich, John E 46 

Katsainos, Charles T 41 

Kazanjian, Reginald S 4 

Keeler, Erwin P 48 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr 3 

Keith, Gerald 37 

Kekich, Emil 46 

Keller, Frank Lener 4 

Kelly, George F 23 

Kelly, Mary Jane 21 

Kelsey, Easton T 7 

Kemler, John 39 

Kemp, Edwin Carl 7 

Kempton, James H 46 

Kennan, George F 43 

Kennedy, Edmond 3,29 

Kennedy, Edward S 26 

Kent, Ralph E 24 

Kent, ZolitaF 32 

Keogh, John Belfort 37 

Kessler, Alfred A 40 

Ketcham, John B 31 

Key, David McK 27 

Kidder, Randolph A 6 

Kifer, Russell Stanley 27 

Kilcoin, William L 45 

Kimrey, Chester H 24 

King, Joseph C 2 

King, Nat B... 45 

Kingsley, Thomas D 45 

Kirk, Alexander C 27, 53 

Klass, Richard A 22 

Klaveness, Francis A 40 

Klieforth, Alfred W 13 

Kline, Wendell F 20 

Kling, William 1,6, 25, 38, 46 

Kneeland, Walter E 30 

Knight, Cleveland B 19 

Knoll, Denys William 44 

Knox, Charles F., Jr ..- 45 

Knox, M. Gordon 40 

Kohler, Foy D 48 

Kolb, Raymond E 23 

Kolinski, Charles James 21 

Kolt, Charles V 11 

Krausse, Henry G 31 

Kreis, Foster H 37 

Krentz, Kenneth C 48 

Krieg, William L 46 

Kroner, Hayes A 4 

Kropp, Miriam Therese - 36 

Kross, John I _.. 27 

Krumpelmarm, John Theo- 
dore - 52 

Kubalek, William 13 

Kuhn, Frederick A 29 

Kuniholm, Bertel E 7 



Page 

Kuykendall , C . Porter 21 

Kyle, Edwin Jackson 24 

Labouisse, Henry R., Jr 17 

La Casce, Elroy O., Jr 29 

La Croix, Edward A 10 

Lada-Mocarski, Valerian 41 

Lafoon, Sidney K 41 

Lafore, Lawrence D 18 

Lambeth, J. D-- 30 

Lamm, Donald W.. 6 

Lamme, Mary Louise 11 

LaMont, George D -.. 22 

Lamprecht, Reinhard W 18 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr 37 

Lane, Arthur Bliss 36 

Lane, Clayton 48 

Lane, Francis A... 52 

Lane, Rufus H., Jr 9 

Lang, John W 30 

Langdon, William R 10 

Lankenau, Richard F... 2 

Larrabee, Sterling L 23 

Larragoite, Armando, Jr 46 

Larsen, Gilbert E- 15 

La Rue, G. Wallace.- 50 

Lashly, PaulW 32 

Latimer, Frederick P., Jr 34 

Laughlin, Gordon Cummings. 33 

Laughlin, John S 24 

Laukhuff, Perry -. 52 

Lauman, William M 1 

Lavallee, Jerome R 50 

LaVista, Vincent 27 

Lawler, Edward J 7 

LawsoD, Edward B.. 42 

Lawson, Stanley R 40 

Lawton, Edward P 18 

Lawton, James S 33 

Leach, Richard S 15 

Leavell, John H. 15 

Leavens, Donald C 45 

LeBovit, Harry 53 

LeBreton, David, Jr 15 

Lebus, William Frank, Jr 34 

Lee, Armistead M 19 

Lee, Games B 20 

Lee, Charles H 2 

Lee, Clarence P 3 

Lee, James L 25 

Legge, Barnwell R ... 41 

Leggett, Herbert 50 

Lehnhard , Donald F 10 

Lehrs, John A 41 

Leigh, Egbert Giles 3 

Lemmon, Norma 14 

Leonard, Marion Allen 18 

Leonard, Richard R 23 

Leonhardy , Terrance G 14 

Leonhart, William K. 2 

Leslie, Aldene Barrington 5 

Leverich, Henry P 48 

Lewis, Charles W., Jr 32 

Lewis, Harrison 41 

Lewis, Harry R 35 

L'Heureux, Herv6 J 12 



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Lieder, Eugene J 14 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 49 

Lind, NilsE 38 

Lindquist, Warren Q 17 

Lineaweaver, F. Ridgway 5 

Lines, David A 14 

Linthicum, Walter J 29 

Lippincott, Aubrey E 1 

Lister, George T 10,11 

Listen, Paul F 23 

Litsey, Weldon 11 

Little, Charles J 17 

Little, George Alexander 35 

Littlejohn, Angus C, Jr 17 

Livengood, Charles A... 27 

Lloyd, Rupert A 29 

Lobenstine, James C 10 

Locke, Justin N 39 

Lockett, Thomas H 29 

Lockhart, Frank P 48 

Lockling, W. Bruce 52 

Loftus, Victor H 27 

Logan, James H 12 

Long, Boaz 23 

Loofbourow, Frederick R 41 

Lopes, Nicholas Francis. 27 

Lopizich, Ivo H. _.- 36 

Lord, John H 23 

Loren, Odin G 46 

Lovell, Alfred H., Jr 36 

Ludden, Raymond P 9, 10 

Ludy, Albert K., Jr 25 

Luebbermann , Henri A 45 

Lusk, JohnC 39 

Lutkins, LaRue R 50 

Lynch, Andrew Q 22 

Lynch, William R_.. _.. 42 

Lyon, Cecil B 15 

Lyon, Frederick B 48 

Lyon, Scott 3 

MacArthur, Douglas, 2d 17 

Macatee, Robert B 41 

Macaulay, Charles S 4 

Macdonald, John J -.- 35 

MacDonald, Wilfred V 15 

Macfarland, James M 7 

Macgowan, Basil F. 23 

Mackay, Bentley B-.. -. 6 

Mackenzie, Malcolm 2 

MacLean, H. Coit 53 

MacMillan, Louise 21 

MacVeagh, Lincoln 23 

Macy, Clarence E 22 

Macy, Robert H 7 

Madonne, John H 41 

Maffitt, Edward P.- 48 

Magnuson, Erik W 2 

Maher, Dale W... 41 

Mahoney, Timothy John 31 

M aldonado, Joseph E 8 

Maleady, Joseph E 15 

Maleady, Thomas J 45 

Malige, Marcel E 16 

Mallon, Patrick 48 

Mallory, Lester De Witt 16 



Page 

Maness, Hubert 10 

Maney, Edward S 11 

Mangold, Frederick R 30 

Mann, Frederick J 52 

Marchant, Alexander N. D.. 5 

Marcy, Oliver M 23 

Marehus, Donald C 39 

Marshall, Donald H 11 

Martin, Edwin W 50 

Martin, George R 31 

Martin, Stuart B 19 

Marvel, William W 50 

Marvin, John H__ 12 

Mascioli, Frederick P 28 

Massey, George Bragg 16 

Mathews, Elbert Q 1 

Matscheck, Jeanne 46 

Matthews, Charles D 15 

Matthews, H. Freeman 48 

Mattison, Gordon H 28 

May, Edward W 30 

May, Frederick W 28.42 

Mayer, Ernest de W.- 3 

Mayers, Herbert W. D 5 

Maynard, David M 41 

Mazzeo, Louis B 30 

McAndrews, John H. E 23 

McAteer, Charles F., Jr 1 

McBride, Robert H 27 

McCabe, E. R. Warner, Jr.„ 16 

McCall, JohnT 20 

McCamy, James Lucian 51 

McCargar, James G 50 

McCarthy, Edmund J. E 45 

McCarty, Glenn R., Jr 50 

McClain, Wniiam H 52 

McCleary, John B., Jr 10 

McClintock, Robert Mills..- 40 

McClure, Wallace 40 

McConaughy, Walter P 4 

McCullough, John D-- 14 

McDonough, Dayle C. 48 

McDougall, Grant 2 

McEnelly, Thoma-S 27 

McFall, JackK 7 

McGeary, Stanley A 10 

McGurk, Joseph F 14 

Mcllhenny, Samuel A., Jr. . . 31 

Mcintosh, Clarence J 38 

Mclvor, Carlisle C 51 

McKay, Donalds... 50 

McKee, Edwin 11 

McKelvey, Delano 3 

McKelvey, Erman R 50 

McKonna. James E 48 

McKillop, David H 40 

McKimiey , Walter H 8 

McKnight, Cleveland B 27 

McLain, Camden L 8 

McLallen, Walter F., Jr 5 

McLaughlin, Edward D 4 

McLaughlin, James Denis 9 

McLean, Allan F., Jr 39 

McLean, Minedee 8 

McLoon, Charles Hayden 3 

McManus, George B — 43 



Page 

McMillen, Robert D_ 43 

McMillin, Stewart E 31 

McNair, Roy Perrin, Jr 9 

McNeill, William H 23 

McNiece, Renwick S 37 

McPeake, Richard H 8 

McQuatters, Eugenia 18 

McSweeney, John M 50 

McVicker, Charles P., Jr 42 

Meehan, John W., Jr 5 

Meekins, Lynn W 48 

Meeks, Nelson P 8 

Meiklejohn, Robert P 44 

Melbourne, Roy M 38 

Melby, John Frfimont... 1 

Mellen, Sydney L.W 51 

Mellon, William L 41 

Melville, John W 41 

Memminger, Robert B 26 

Menter, Sanford-.. 27 

Merkel, Charles F. 2 

Merrell, Clay 7 

Merrell, George R 21 

Merrill, Frederick T 43 

Mersman, Scudder.. 19 

Messersraith, George S 29 

Metcalf, Lee E 38 

Metcalfe, Arthur V 31 

Meyer, Harold A 33 

Meyer, John F 1 

Meyer, Paul W 48 

Meyer, Theodore H 30 

Miccio, Louis 45 

Michael, Louis Guy.. 44 

Michaelis, Ralph L 2 

Middlebrook, Robert W 50 

Milboume, Harvey Lee 9 

Milks, Harold F 37 

Millard, Hugh.. _-.. 8 

Miller, George E 37 

Miller, Ralph 15 

Miller, Raymond C 3,29 

Millet, Charles S 9 

Mills, Sheldon T 21 

Minneman, Paul G. 12 

M inn igerode, H . Gordon 50 

Minor, George C_ _. 6 

Minor, Harold B.. 48 

Minter, JohnR 2 

Mirick, Susannah 13 

M itchell, Charles D 36 

Mitchell, Frank G 27 

Mitchell, John W. 45 

Mitchell, Lawrence C. 4 

Mitchell, Reginald P 48 

Mitchell, William A.- 50 

Moffitt, George, Jr.. _ 26 

Moffltt, James P 46 

Mokma, Gerald A.. .- 10 

Molesworth, Kathleen 18 

Mongan, John A 17 

Monroe, Mildred I. 22 

Montamat, Harold E 12 

Montgomery, Edmund B 48 

Moody, Robert B.... 10 

Mooers, Horatio 31 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



61 



Page 

Moore, Carl E - 14 

Moore, Robert J 18 

Moore, Rupert H 8 

Moose, James S., Jr 42 

Moran, William E., Jr 3 

More, Bolard 41 

Moreland, William D., Jr 26 

Morey, Charles R 27 

Morey, Leonard R 18 

Morgan, John F 44 

Morgan, John H 48 

Morgan, Rudolph.., 12,16,24,25,33 

Morgan, Sidney 34,36 

Moriarty, Francis B 39 

Morin, Guy A 46 

Morris, Brewster H 51 

Morris, John Howard 43 

Morris, Leland B 24 

Moser, William 10 

Moses, H. Claremont 31 

Moss, Herman 28 

Motz, Frederick AUen 51 

Muccio, John J 51 

Muelberger, Arthur P 17 

Mueller, Edward M 52 

Mulliner, La Mar 44 

MuUiner, Maurine 20 

Murphy, Gail 35 

Murphy, Robert D 51 

Murray, Alton T 20 

Murray, Lee 20 

Murray, Wallace 26 

Murray, William B 31 

Murrell, Franklin H 28 

Myers, Harold Edwin 49 

Myers, Myrl S 22 

Myers, Willys A 31 

Nabel, Eugene - 41 

Nash, Ellen Virginia 18 

Nash, Roy. _- _ -.. 6 

Nasmith, Charles Roy 21 

Neathery, Jack B 4 

Nelson, Christian Hans 22 

Nester, Alfred T 28 

Newbegin, Robert 48 

Newell, Hugo V 51 

Newell, Martha Sue 32 

Newman, David K 19 

Niccoll, Frank C 28 

Nichols, Donald H_ _ 16 

Nickerson, Richard L__ 43 

Nielsen, Christian K 22 

Nielsen, Orsen N 34 

>^oel, JamesA 39 

Nolan, Thomas F _.. 50 

Norden, Carl F 53 

Norgren, Paul H 7 

North, Ohver B 6 

Norweb, R. Henry 12 

Nostrand, Howard L 36 

Nufer, Albert F 12 

Nugent, Julian L., Jr __ 8 

Nyhus, Paul O 19 

Oakes, Calvin Hawley 22 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 1 



O'Brien, Pattie Field-- 50 

Ocheltree. John B 48 

O'Coimell, Francis A 18 

O'Connor, Katherine E - 43 

O'Donoghue, Sidney E 29 

Offie, Carmel 52 

Ojeda, Arthur Eustace 37 

Oldham, Jack J. H_ _.. 36 

Olds, Herbert V 1 

Oliver, Covey T 20 

Ohver, John O 50 

Olmsted, Mary S 7 

Olsen, Clarence E 44 

Olson, Grant 40 

O'Malley, Hubert J..- - 1 

O'Neall, Charles F 39 

O'Neil. James J 24 

O'Neill, W. Paul, Jr 19 

Ordway, John 20 

Orebaugh, Walter W 28 

Orland, Lewis H 45 

Orloff, Joseph F 44 

Orloski, John A. E 13 

Ortiz, Nestor C 5 

Osborne, Lithgow 34 

O'Shaughnessy, Elim 17 

O'SuUivan, James L 9 

Otis, Maigaret M 18 

Owen, Augustus C 8 

Ozzard, Charles J 49 

Packard, Harry P 26 

Packer, Earl L 42 

Paddock, Paul 44 

Paez, Lottie Roark 14 

Page, Charles A 18 

Page, Edward, Jr 43 

Page, Walter A.- 15 

Paige, Jason, Jr 7 

Painter, Carvel 52 

Palmer, Ely E 1 

Palmer, Gardner E 8 

Palmer, George E 35 

Palmer, John Peabody 25 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 48 

Pangburn, Harry K 30 

Pappano, Albert E 29 

Pardue, Mary Ann __ 21 

Park, Nelson R 39 

Park, Peyton H 12,16,24,25,33 

Parker, Charles B 30 

Parker, Edward S 18 

Parker, Leonidas M 20 

Parks, James E 18 

Parks, Marion 39 

Parks, Sheldon W 1 

Parr, Alexander S 35 

Parry, Carroll C. 13 

Parsloe, Arthur G 6 

Parsons, Arthur W 24 

Parsons, Givon M 31 

Parsons, J. Graham _ 48 

Parsons, Marselis C, Jr 48 

Pasquet, Maurice 32 

Paterson, Robert W 5 

Patten, WiUiam S -.. 18 



Page 

Patterson, A. Willing 34 

Patterson, Jefferson - 3 

Patterson, May Ferryman... 21 

Patterson, Richard C, Jr 46 

Patterson, Roscoe Freeman_. 5 

Patton, Kenneth S - 33 

Paulding, James K 17 

Paulsen, Richard B 43 

Pawley, William D 35 

Paxton, J. HalL- 9 

Payne, Charles E. B 7 

Pearsall, David J 28 

Pearson, Harold J..-. 35 

Pearson, Paul H - 40 

Pease, Harold D 46 

Peck, William L 28 

Peck, Willys R. 48 

Pell, RobertT 52 

Pendar, Kenneth Whittemore-. 11 

Penfield, James K 48 

Penrose, E. F 20 

Pepin, Harold T 7 

Perkins, Mahlon Fay 48 

Perkins, Troy L _.- 8 

Perkins, Warwick 48 

Perlman, Jack Marvin 18 

Peterson, Avery F 19 

Peterson, Horace C 4 

Peterson, John L 25 

Peterson, Karin B 14 

Peterson, Robert A 4 

Peyton, Robert K 24 

Pfeiffer, Harry F., Jr 6 

Pflffner, Eugene C 6 

Phelan, George R - 46 

Phelan, Raymond 30 

Phillips, George L 41 

Phillips, Virginia Elizabeth-- 9 

Piazza, Joseph S 37 

Pierce, Lawrence 11 

Pierrot, A. Ogden 37,39 

Pigott, C. Montagu 45 

POcher, James B 16 

Pillet, Frederick A 42 

Pinkerton, Lowell C 34 

Pitts, Henry L., Jr 34 

Plakias, John N 17 

Plitt, Edwin A 48 

Pool, John C 48 

Poole, Richard A 60 

Porter, William J 42 

Post, Richard H 1 

Potter, Kennett F 12 

Powell, James C, Jr 30 

Powell, Webster 2 

Powers, Albert J 12 

Powers, James Grant 27 

Preston, Austin R 38 

Price, C. Hoy t 52 

Price, Leonard H 8 

Price, William E 37 

Pridonofi, Eric L 46 

Prospere, V. Walser 1 

Prouty, Roswell W 30 

Pugh, Wmiam C 19 

Purves, Pierr« Marot 62 



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Page 

Quarton, Harold B 39 

Quate, Graham Sheppard. 16, 24, 25 

Rabida, Albert A 23 

Radomski, Alexander L 37 

Rae, J. Thomas 6 

Ragland, Joseph P 2 

Railey, Howard B 3, 17, 29, 41 

Raineri, Peter J 5 

Rainey, Froelich G 52 

Ralph, Marie Louise 33 

Rambo, William Preston 6 

Ramsey, Henry O 21 

Randall, Harold M . _ 35 

Randall, Lee D 18 

Randolph, Archibald R - 24 

Randolph, John H 18 

Randolph, William B 12 

Rankin, Karl L 23 

Rapp, Charles H 28 

Rasmussen, Ezra Guy 41 

Ravndal, Christian M 40 

Ray, David T 33 

Ray, Guy W 29 

Ray, John A 24 

Rayens, Charles E 40 

Raynor, Eleanor C 51 

Read, Robert E _.. 3 

Reagan, Daniel J 41 

Reams, R. Borden 48 

Reber, Samuel 48 

Rector. George P. H 21 

Redden, Normand William.. 33 

Redecker, Sydney B 51 

Reed, Charles S., 2d 39 

Reed, Edward L 1 

Reed, Frank F 20 

Reed, Harry Clinton 8 

Reed, J. Joe 15 

Reed, Leslie E 35 

Reese, Raymond E 50 

Reeves, Harman 33 

Reid, JohnT 13 

Reineck, Walter S 7 

Reinhardt, G. Frederick 51 

Reist, Jay R 35 

Renchard, George W 16 

Reveley, Paul J 29 

Rewinkel, Milton C 6 

Rexford, Dean Raymond 41 

Reynolds, O. Edward 52 

Reynolds, John Lacey , Jr 10 

Reznik, Jacob 36 

Rhodes, Harold 39 

Rice, Allan L 40 

Rice, Charles M., Jr 52 

Rice, Edward E 9 

Rich, S. Grover, Jr 39 

Richards, Arthur L 48 

Richards, J. Bartlett... 36 

Richards, Warren S 16 

Richardson, Charles F 31 

Richardson, Gardner 41 

Richardson, John S., Jr 43 

Richardson, Marie Elizabeth . 2 

Richardson, W. Garland 36 



Richert, George L 30 

Richey, Earle J 26 

Riddell, William H 32 

Riddle, James R 31 

Riddleberger, James W 48 

Rigg, Robert B 26 

Riggs, Benjamin Reath 40 

Rinden, Robert W 6 

Ringwalt, Arthur R 9 

Rittenhouse, Austin J 46 

Rivera, Rodolfo O 33 

Robbing, Albert H 20 

Robbins, Warren Delano 38 

Roberts, Irving E 12 

Roberts, Quincy F 21 

Roberts, Randolph 43 

Robertson, T. Ayers 31 

Robertson, Walter Spencer.. _ 10 

Robertson, William P 37 

Robinson, Judson B 2 

Robinson, Thomas H 33 

Robison, Harold D 15 

Rocheleau, Charles A 17 

Rockefeller, David 16 

Rockwell, Stuart W 50 

Rodrigues, Alfonso 32 

Roeder, Larry Winter 38 

Rogatnick, Joseph H 26 

Rogers, Buford G 41 

Romero, Arthur J. 1 

Roosevelt,ArchibaldB., Jr..- 26 

Roper, George S 7 

Rose, Halleck L 37 

Rose, Victor R 12,16,24,25,33 

Rosenberg, William S 4 

Ross, Claude G 14 

Ross, Robert D 18 

Ross, Wilham F 42 

Rossow, Robert, Jr 48 

Rothwell, George James 44 

Rountree, William M 49 

Rowell, Edward J 5 

Royt, Frederick L_. 23 

Rubottom, Roy R 35 

Rueter, Frank T 9 

Ruff, Edward J 45 

Russell, H. Earle 43 

Russell, Ruth Beatrice 20 

Russo, Stanley R 27 

Rutherford, Howard K 1 

Rutherford, M. Robert 48 

Rutledge, Angus V.._ 20 

Ryan, Daniel V 2 

Salinas, Ezequiel D 45 

Salner, Edward 51 

Salter, Fred K 20 

SanderhofT, Lubert O 23 

Sanders, Irwin T. 46 

Sanders, Terry B., Jr 20 

Sanderson, Jane E 23 

Sands, William Langdon 38 

Santi, Mark G 14 

Sappington, James C, 3d 20 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 48 



Page 

Satterthwaite, Livingston 13, 

19, 27, 32, 34, 38 

Sawyer, Charles 3,29 

Scanlan, Wilham - 46 

Schaffner, Louise 22 

Scherer, George F 14 

Schewel, Stanford Lee 50 

Schlatter, Richard B 52 

Schmitt, Herbert F. N 52 

Schnare, Lester L 28 

Schnee, Alexander 50 

Schneider, Agnes 16 

Schneider, R. F 8 

Schoellkopf, W. Horton, Jr... 28 

Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur 25 

Schoenfeld, Rudolf E . . . . 48 

Schoenrich, Edwin 22 

Schott, William W..... 23 

Schraud, Myron H 31 

Schutz, Joseph W 52 

Schwartz, Richard A. O 51 

Schwarztrauber, Evelyn M.. 3 

Schweitzer, Ralph A 6 

Scott, Albert W 18 

Scott, James T 28,42 

Scott, Winfleld H 20 

Scotten, Robert M 14 

Seager, Cedric H 42 

Seager, Walter E 42 

Sears, Richard D 52 

Seate, JohnH 43 

Seddicum, Paul C 7 

Sedgwick, Cabot 25 

Seibert, Elvin 33 

Seller, Herman W 35 

Sells, Dorothy M 41 

Service, John S 48 

Service, Richard M 10 

Severe, Marc L 7 

Shantz, Harold 46 

Shaw, George P.. -. 14 

Shea, Robert D , 41 

Sheehan, Robert McDonald. 28 

Shechy, Frank E . 45 

Sheldon, Roy Van Aukeu 13 

Shelley, Tully ..-.. 20 

Sherwood, Frederick Herren. 12, 

15, 24, 25, 33 

Shepherd, Burwell Keith 6 

Sherman, J. A. Tuck 41 

Shillock, John C, Jr 6 

Shipley, Howard Jack 35 

Shockley, William P., Jr 37 

Shoemaker, Franklin C 21 

Sholes, Walter H 41 

Shollenberger, Joseph H 49 

Short, Jeffrey Robson, Jr 42 

Shullaw, Harold .- 43 

Shuman, Florence Jean 21 

Shurtok, Bertha 53 

Sigmond, Frithjof C 40 

Signer, Wales W 6 

Silverstein, Norman 18 

Simmons, John F 15 

Simpson, Robert Smith 3 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



63 



Page 

Sims, Harold 38 

Singer, Dudley 0_ 4 

Siracasa, Ernest V 50 

Sitton, OraS 18 

Skora, George W 11 

Skousen, SamuelJ _ 5 

Slavens, Stanley G... 31 

Smale, William A 27 

Smedberg, Julian K 21 

Smith, A. Viola 50 

Smith, Bernard L... 12, 15, 24, 25. 33 

Smith, Bromley K 45 

Smith, Bruce Lannes 52 

Smith, Carleton Sprague 5 

Smith, Charles W 27 

Smith, Donald W 40 

Smith, E. Talbot 43 

Smith, Edwin L 18 

Smith, Harry L 8 

Smith, Henry T 44 

Smith, Horace H 43 

Smith, J. Paul, Jr 39 

Smith, JuleB 20 

Smith, Merlin E 31 

Smith, Mervin G 30 

Smith, Ralph C--- 16 

Smith, Thomas C 10 

Smith, T. Lynn 5, 11 

Smith, Walter.. _. 17 

Smith, Walter F 39 

Smyser, William L 38 

Smyth, Richard T 39 

Smyth, Robert Lacy 9 

Snidow, William B . , Jr 9 

Snow, William P 11 

Snyder, Byron B 27 

Sokobin, Samuel 21 

Solana, J. Ramon 11 

Solborg, Robert A 37 

Somerville, James 26 

Sowell, Ashley B 34 

Sowell, Joseph W 11 

Spalding, Francis L 26 

Sparks, Edward J 44 

Sparks, Joseph S 22 

Spaulding, Sydney I 44 

Spears, Bernice R 33 

Speer, James P., 2d 50 

Spencer, Thomas D 23 

Speyer, Darthea 27 

Spielman, Henry W 6 

Spiker, Clarence J 3 

Spilman, Lawrence A 39 

Spinx, Jack C 19 

Spivack, Herbert D 26 

Sprague, George E 27 

Springer, Paul L 15 

Springs, L. Pittman 19 

Sprouse, Philip D 9 

Squire, John P 50 

Squire, Paul C 1 

Squires, Leslie Albion 25 

Stabler, Wells 34 

Stafford, Maurice L_ 29 

Stancliff, Evert Lee 30 

Stanford, Q. Alonzo -.. 9 



Page 

Stanton, Edwin F. 8 

Stanton, Willard Quincy 23 

Starcevic, Anthony E 37 

Stark, Harry N 11 

Starkloff, Gene B 5 

Starr, George J 31 

Staten, Verne G 23 

Stauffer, Nancy Miller 45 

Stebbins, Henry E 19 

Steere, Loyd V 51 

Steger, Christian T.... 23 

Stein, Robert A 22 

Steinhardt, Laurence A 13 

Steintorf, Paul P 36 

Stephan, Charles H 8 

Stevens, Francis Bowden 48 

Stevens, Harry E 9 

Stevenson, John R 39 

Stewart, Earl C 2 

Stewart, John Lammey 13 

Stewart, Warren C 9 

Steyne, Alan N 49 

Stiles, Roger S 3 

Stillman, Ezra Clark 3 

Stines, Norman C, Jr. 24 

Stoessel, Walter J., Jr 50 

Stone, Hugh L., Jr 35 

Stone, John F 19 

Stoops, Don 50 

Stoppani, Charles 41 

Story, Harry W 13 

Stout, Hiram M 20 

Stovall, Rollo P 14 

Stratton, Gus G 32 

Streeper, Robert B 7 

Strom, Carl W 29 

Strong, Robert C 6 

Strong, Thomas S... 3 

Stuart, Wallace W_ 4 

Sturgeon, Leo D 23 

Styles, Francis H 31 

Styles, Raymond A 18 

Summerlin, George T 49 

Sumner, John D, 10 

Sumner, Philip D 30 

Sundell, Charles C 8 

Sundt, Olaf Francis 4,8,14,36 

Surrey, Walter S 40 

Sutton, F. Lester 26 

Svensen, Harold Adolph 13, 

16, 34, 40 

Swenson, Harold F i 

Swift, Norman Guernsey 40 

Swihart, James W 3 

Taft, Orray, Jr 12 

Tait, George 41 

Talbot, Phillips.. 9 

Talbott, Sheridan 21 

Taliaferro, Charles H 7 

Tanner, Edward Livingston. 25 

Tate, Jackson R 44 

Taulbee, Allen 30 

Tausch, Egon R 45 

Taylor, Cliflord C 6 

Taylor, Francis E 25 



Page 

Taylor, Frank Cochran, 2d_. 16 

Taylor, Fred 20 

Taylor, Henry L u 

Taylor, Laurence W... 7 

Taylor, Robert M 17 

Teall, Girvan 6 

Teller, Hugh H 41 

Tennant, Robert A 27 

Terrassa, Fernando _. n 

Terry, Carroll M 39 

Tewell, Harold S. 49 

Tewksbury, Howard H 1 

Thayer, Charles W 50 

Thayer, Philip W 8 

Thiel, Cyril L. F 31 

Thomas, Aaron J., Jr 37 

Thomas, Frederick W 21 

Thomas, Jay P.. 7 

Thomas, Luther A., 2d 21 

Thomas, Sheldon 40 

Thomasson, David A 29 

Thompson, Charles 7 

Thompson, Leonard E 24 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr. 19 

Thompson, Paul Dean 27 

Thompson, Samuel R 23 

Thompson, Tyler 16 

Thoreson, Tomena Jo 52 

Thurston, Ray L 49 

Thurston, Walter 4 

Tidwell, William A., Jr 45 

Timberlake, Clare H 49 

Tindall, Richard Q 20 

Tirana, Rifat 17 

Tittmann, Harold H., Jr 49 

Titus, Earle O. 38 

Tobias, Justin C 11 

Tolman, George L 7 

Tolman, Lewis B 35 

Tonesk, William J 44 

Toole, Richard A 33 

Topping, John L 44 

Torrance, Ruth J 18 

Toth, Alexander B 20 

Touchette, Joseph I 23 

Tower, Arthur F._ 39 

Towers, Augustus Robert, Jr. 22 

Toyne, Llewellyn Vernon 3 

Trammell, Webb 42 

Travers, Ho ward K 49 

Trenta, Walter 11 

Trimble, William C 49 

Triolo, James S. 11 

Troutman, Harry L 42 

Trowbridge, Jones R 32 

Trudeau, Richard C 14 

Trueblood, Edward G. 35 

Tuck, S. Pinkney 15 

Tucker, Robert C 44 

Turner, Mason ^ 3 

Turner, Milton M 20 

Turner, Smith Davison 20 

Turner, William T 49 

Turpin, Robert G 39 

Tuthill, John W 52 

Tyler, S. Roger, Jr 49 



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Page 

Unverzagt, Henry T 30 

Usher, Richard E 51 

Utter, John E 52 

Valentine, Francis B 16 

Vallee, Lucien Joseph 18 

Vance, Marshall M 49 

Vance, Sheldon B 5 

van den Arend, Frederik 38 

Vanderburg, William 43 

Vanderburgh, John B 9 

Van Home, John 39 

Van Nice, Robert L 41 

Van Voorst, Marion 20 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 32 

Van Wynen, Ann 32 

Van Zile, John G 31 

Vargas, Armando E 30 

Varrelman, George 13 

Vaughan, Stephen B 52 

Veenstra, Theodore A 32 

Veltman, Hugh 30 

Vermont, Albert . - . - 12, 16, 24, 25, 33 

Vigil, Abraham 31 

Villa, Antonio L 28 

Vincent, John Carter 49 

3 

14 
40 
26 
15 
22 
20 
30 



Vinson, J. Kittredge 

Vogenitz, Hernan C 

von Hellens, Lawrence W_ 
von Loss berg, Victor E — 
von Schilling, Franz, Jr._. 

Vorrath, John C, Jr 

Votion, Jack William 

Vyse, William Clarke 



Waddell, Harold N 44 

Wade, Philip R 8 

Wadsworth, George..- -- 28,42 

Waggoner, Edward Lowry. _ - 25 

Wagman, John P 30 

Wagner, Carl G_ 45 

Wagner, Fred T 5 

Wagner, Joseph J 22 

Wagner, Robert W 2 

WaUes, Edward T 49 

2 
31 
5 
18 
10 
35 
12 
44 
7 



Page 

Wardlaw, Andrew B 14 

Waring, Robert Olaf 32 

Warner, Carlos J - 51 

Warner, Charles T 13 

Warner, Gerald - 1 

Warner, Melvin C 13 

Warner, Zalie V 8 

Warren, AvraM 49 

Warren, Fletcher 33 

Warwick, David C 14 

Washington, Raoul F..- 12 

Washington, S. Walter 11 

Wasson, Thomas C 49 

Waterman, Henry S 31 

Watrous, Livingston D 11 

Watson, Hugh H... --- 21 

Watson, Kenneth N 11,34 

Watson, Osborn S 33 

Weaver, Findley 36 

Weaver, John L - 31 

Weaver, Paul L. F 8 

Webb, James H., Jr 24 

Webb, Walter W 2 

Webster, Donald Everett 42 

Webster, Edward C, Jr 31 

Weedon, Sidney L 20 

Weeks, John A 10 

WeU, T.Eliot 22 

Weimer, Frederick C _ 48 

Weimer, Joseph G 45 

Welse, Robert W., Jr 8 

Weisenburg, Leslie A 17 

Welch, Aubrey Lee, Jr.- 19 

Welch, Rolland 35 

Wellborn, Alfred T 49 

Wellman, Harvey R 5 

Wells, Alfred W 22 

Wells, H. Bartlett 12 

Wells, MOtonK ..- 49 

49 
52 
52 
5 
11 
40 



Walker, Agesilaus W., Jr_ 
Walker, Howard L., Jr.._ 
Walker, Jay 

Walker, Joseph F 

Walker, Melville H 

Walker, Thomas E 

Walker, William W 

Wallace, William E 

Waller, Fred E. 



Waller, George P 3,29 

2 
37 
8 
23 
38 
29 
25 
51 
26 
10 



Wallin, Paul J 

Walmsley, Walter N., Jr. 

Walsh, Walter M 

Walstrom, Milton C 

Walters, Ray Pearce 

Walton, Lester A 

Walton, Willis E 

Wanamaker, Temple, Jr. 

Ward, Angus 

Ward, Roberts 



Wendelin, Eric C 

Wendt, Erwin W 

Wenner, Thomas J. B 

Wernimont, Kenneth 

Wesson, Robert G 

West, George Lybrook, Jr_ 

Westley, Roy Olin 1, 6, 25, 38, 46 

37 

39 

5 

30 

38 

23 

7 

51 

31 

16' 

36 

1 

2 

44 
61 
20 
24 
45 
5 
52 



Wharton, Clifton R 

Whedbee, Robert E 

Whelpley, Gordon B 

Whetten, Nathan L 

Whipple, Clayton E 

Whitaker, Charles H 

White, Byron 

White, Duncan Murchison. 

White, Howard A 

White, Ivan B 

White, John Campbell 

White, Rollie H., Jr... 

Whitney, Alfred Q 

Whitney, Thomas P 

Whittinghill, George D 

Widmer, Louis L 

Widney, George M 

Wiedenmayer, Joseph B. . . 

Wieland, William A 

Wiesner, Louis A 



Wight, Royce Atwood 12 

Wightman, Henry L 30 

Wilder, Thornton 17 

WUey, JohnC 10 

Wiley, Walter W 18 

Wilkins, Fraser 31 

Wilkinson, Edward 51 

Wilkinson, James R.- 19 

Willey, JohnA 33 

Williams, Arthur R.._ 35 

Williams, Howard 4 

Williams, Philip P 1 

Williams, Randall S., Jr 26 

Williams, Vincent D 25 

Williams, William L. S 51 

Williamson, Harold L._ 18 

Willis, Frances E 49 

Willis, Raymond S 37 

WUlock, Roger 14 

Willson, Gilbert R- 31 

Wilson, Edwin C. 42 

Wilson, Eva Bryan 2 

Wilson, Evan M 49 

Wilson, George B 19 

Wilson, James Parker 27 

Wilson, Orme 24 

Wilson, Robert E 15 

Wilson, W. John, Jr... - 30 

Wimberly , Robert W _ . 44 

Winant, JohnG 19 

Windham, Charles A 2 

Winfree, Robert M 3 

Winship, North 7 

Winters, George H 49 

Wintbrop, Robert C, Jr 11 

Withers, Charles D 4 

Withey, Francis M 31 

Withey, Howard F 7 

Withrow, John F 36 

Witman, William, 2d 23 

Wittausch, William 52 

Woel, J. William 25 

Woldike, Aage 13 

Wolf, Franklin W 45 

Wolf, Klara Cecilia 28 

Wolfe, Hilliard H., Jr 19 

Wollam, Park F - 11 

Wonderley, A. Wayne 40 

Wood, Harold C 31 

Wood, Hilton F 12 

Wood, John R 17 

Wood, Ralph M 52 

Wood, Robert W 40 

Wood, Walter A 7 

Woodfall, Colin C 1 

Woodruff, Harry A 17 

Woods, Sam E 42 

Woodward, Robert F 24 

Woolf, Donald L --. 19 

Wooster, Julia Louise 5 

Worrall, Richard A 15 

Worster, Stephen C 31 

Wright, Donald L 20 

Wright, Gordon J 18 

Wright, James H 12 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Page 



Wright, WUliam C 

Wright, Wmiam P 

Xanthaky, Theodore A. 

Yanke, Leo Alfred 

Yearns, Kenneth J 

Yorke, Edward W., Jr.. 



Young, Roland A. 
Young, T, Cuyler. 
Young, Whitney. - 
Yost, Charles W.. 
Yuni, William E.. 

Zapf, Lacey C 



40 
22 
44 Zawadzki, Casimir T. 



Page 

49 
26 
44 
49 
49 



65 

Page 

Zentz, George Henry 6 

Zetterstrand, Rudolph E 5 

Ziegler, William H 28 

Zondorak, Charles J 44 

Zozaya, John J 45 

Zweig. Ben... 31 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST 

(Abridged) 
OCTOBER 1, 1945 



In the interest of economy the '^Foreign Service List" 
will be issued in complete form as of January 1 and 
in abridged form as of April i, July 1, and October 1 



Note: To avoid delay and insure prompt atten- 
tion, correspondence upon consular business should 
be addressed, for example, to — 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 




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U. S. SUPERINTENDENT Of DOCUMENTS 

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 2416 

CONTENTS 

Page 
Foreign Service of the United States 1 

Afghanistan, 1; Albania, 1; Argentina, 1; Australia, 2; Austria, 3; Belgium 
and Possessions, 3; Bolivia, 4; Brazil, 4; Bulgaria, 6; Canada, 6; Chile, 8; 
China, 9; Colombia, 10; Costa Rica, 11; Cuba, 12; Czechoslovakia, 
13; Denmark, 13; Dominican Republic, 14; Ecuador, 14; Egypt, 15; EI 
Salvador, 15; Estonia, 16; Ethiopia, 16; Finland, 16; France and 
Possessions, 16; Germany, 19; Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 
and India, 19; Greece, 23; Guatemala, 24; Haiti, 24; Honduras, 25; 
Hungary, 25; Iceland, 26; Iran, 26; Iraq, 26; Ireland, 27; Italy, 27; 
Japanese Empire, 28; Latvia, 28; Lebanon, 28; Liberia, 29; Liechten- 
stein, 29; Lithuania, 29; Luxembourg, 29; Mexico, 29; Morocco, 31; 
Netherlands and Possessions, 32; New Zealand, 33; Nicaragua, 33; 
Norway, 34; Palestine and Trans- Jordan, 34; Panama, 34; Paraguay, 
35; Peru, 35; Philippine Islands, 36; Poland, 36; Portugal and Posses- 
sions, 37; Rumania, 38; Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of, 38; Siam, 38; 
Spain, 38; Sweden, 40; Switzerland, 40; Syria, 42; Turkey, 42; 
Union of South Africa, 43; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 43; 
Uruguay, 44; Venezuela, 45; Yugoslavia, 46. 

Officers assigned to the Department 48 

Officers on special and temporary detail 50 

Officers on detail as inspectors 50 

Officers on leave or assigned to posts being reestablished 51 

Special offices 52 

Index of Persons - 54 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

(T) — Temporary specialists appointed for the emergency. These appointees are 
arranged according to salary; where salary is the same, according to the date 
of assignment; and where date of assignment is the same, alphabetically. 

(C) — Consulate (M) — Mission 

(CA) — Consular agency (MA) — Office of military attach^ 

(CG) — Consulate general (MD) — Office of maritime delegate 

(E) — Embassy (NA) — Office of naval attach^ 

(L) — Legation (VC) — Vice consulate 

t indicates that the date given does not show the total length of continuous service 
of the officer at the post. For this information regarding an officer in the Foreign 
Service, his biography in the Biographic Register of the Department of State should 
be consulted. 

Please report any omission or error found in this List to the 
DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



AFGHANISTAN 



Kabul (L)_ 



(MA). 
(T)... 



ALBANIA 



Tirana (United States Mis- 
sion). 



(T). 



ARGENTINA 



Buenos Aires (E). 



Name and rank 



Ely E. Palmer, appointed envoy extraordinary and min 
ister plenipotentiary. 

Elbert G. Mathews, second secretary; vice consul 

RoUie H. White, Jr., vice consul 

Maj. Ernest F. Fox, military attachg 

David L. Gilsiim, attache; vice consul 

Joseph E. Jacobs, Foreign Service otBcer 

George D. Henderson, secretary 

Erich W. A. Hoftman, vice consul 

William Kling," agricultural officer 

Harry T. Fultz, economic adviser 

Roy Olin Westley,^ agricultural officer 

William M. Lauman, special assistant 



ambassador extraordinary and plenipo- 
tentiary. 

John M. Cabot, counselor of embassy 

Howard H. Tewksbury, commercial attache 

Paul C. Squire, consul general; first secretary 

David M. Clark, second secretary 

Aubrey E. Lippincott, second secretary; consul 

Hiram Bingham, Jr., second secretary; consul... 

Herbert V. Olds, second secretary; vice consul 

Charles R. Burrows, second secretary; vice consul. 

Richard H. Post, second secretary; vice consul 

John Frfmont Melby, second secretary; vice consul 

Leslie W. Johnson, third secretary; consul 

Philip P. Williams, third secretary; vice consul.. _ 

R. Kenneth Oakley, third secretary; vice consul 

Arthur J. Romero, vice consul. 

Colin C. Woodfall, vice consul 

Sheldon W. Parks, vice consul 

Howard K. Rutherford, vice consul. 

William B. Helme, vice consul 

V. Walser Prospere, vice consul 

Arthur F. Carey, vice consul 

Harold F. Swenson, vice consul 

Walter W. Hanes, vice consul... 

Charles F. Hemphill, Jr., vice consul 

Lawrence L. Arnold, vice consul 

Raford W. Herbert, vice consul 

William B. Caldwell, vice consul 

Charles F. McAteer, Jr., vice consul 

John F. Meyer, vice consul 

Hubert J. O'Malley, vice consul 



Date of as- 
signment 



Feb. 


9, 1945 


.$10, 000 


Dec. 


14, 1943 


5,070 


June 


6, 1944 




Jan. 


11, 1944 




Oct. 


11, 1944 





Apr. 5, 1945 

May 26,1945 

tJuly 27,1945 

May 14,1945 

Apr. 9, 1945 

May 24,1945 

Apr. 5, 1945 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Aug. 
tNov. 
Sept. 
Mar. 
Sept. 
June 
June 
Oct. 
Apr. 
May 
tMay 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 
June 
Oct. 
Dec. 
June 
Sept. 
June 
May 
May 
June 



19, 1945 
19, 1945 
25, 1945 

2. 1944 
28, 1944 

19. 1943 

4. 1941 
3, 1943 

29. 1944 

11. 1945 
29, 1944 

18. 1943 

4. 1945 
21, 1941 

15. 1944 

5. 1942 

5. 1942 

8. 1943 
9, 1943 
3, 1943 

24, 1943 

1. 1943 

22. 1943 

3. 1944 

11. 1944 

9. 1945 

30. 1945 
17, 1945 
23, 1945 



Salary 



10, 000 
4,520 



8,750 
8, 750 
7,700 
5, 070 
5,070 

4, S50 
5,070 

5, 070 
5, 070 
5,070 
4,630 
5, 070 
4, 520 



» Assigned also to Sofia, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 
« Assigned also to Sofia, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Belgrade. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 194 5 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


ARGENTINA-Continued 




Aug. 10,1945 
Aug. 20, 1945 
Aug. 20,1945 
June 11. 1945 
Sept. 16, 1943 

Jan. 6, 1942 
July 3, 1943 
Mar. 8,1943 
Oct. 14,1943 
Feb. 2, 1944 

Oct. 16,1943 

June 29,1945 
July 18.1945 
Apr. 10,1945 
May 18,1945 
May 29,1945 
May 18,1945 

JMay 11,1944 
Jan. 15,1942 
May 1, 1945 

tJune 22,1945 
Jan. 14,1944 
July 21,1945 
Aug. 30, 1945 
Dec. 4, 1942 
Jan. 14,1944 
Dec. 4, 1942 
July 31,1945 
Dec. 27,1941 
June 21,1945 
Dec. 28,1943 
Dec. 21,1943 

Apr. % 1945 
July 2,1945 
May 5,1945 

Feb. 11,1941 

tDec. 3, 1943 
Mar. 21, 1942 
July 15,1944 

Apr. 6, 1942 
Oct. 13,1944 
tJan. 22,1944 

Aug. 1, 1942 
May 19,1945 

Apr. 16,1945 
Apr. 5, 1945 






William A. Brimstad, vice consul- __ 






George Ijawrence Keller, vice consul 




(MA & NA) 


Brig. Cren. Arthur R. Harris, military attachfi 






Capt. Walter W. Webb, naval attache and naval attach^ 
for air. 

Col. Sherlock Davis, asst. military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Joseph C. King, asst. military attache 

Maj. Donald F. Gibbons, asst. military attache 

Maj. Charles H. Lee, asst. military attache.. 




(T) 


Lt. Comdr. Judson B. Robinson, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Archie W. Green, asst. naval attachfe and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Norman E. Towson, attache 






Joseph P. Crockett, special assistant. 






Morrill Cody, cultural-relations attach^ .. 






Richard 0. Cromwell, asst. agricultural attach^. _ 






Clarence E. Birgfeld, asst. commercial attache 






Meade T. Foster, asst. agricultural attache 












Connie R. Herron, senior economic analyst 






Gustavo Duran, special assistant 






Charles F. Alerkel, 'attache .. ... .. . .. 












Franklin Conklin, 3d, economic analyst _ 






Clyde James Hanna, asst. cultural-relations attache 

Grant McDougall, economic analyst 












Francis K. Jovin, economic analyst. . 






Frank Cintron, junior economic analyst 






Richard F. Lankenau, junior economic analyst 






Robert W. Wagner, economic analyst- 










AUSTRALIA 

Canberra, Australian Capital 
Territory (L). 


Miss Marie Elizabeth Richardson, junior economic 
analyst. 

Miss Mary Frisco, cultural-relations assistant 

J. H. Cameron Peake, vice consul 

Miss Edith Frances Humphrey, administrative assist- 
ant. 

Nelson T. Johnson, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 


$10,000 
8,750 






9, 695 


(MA & NA) 


Douglas Jenkins, Jr., second secretary. 

Col. Karl Ferguson Baldwin, military attache _ 


5,070 










Comdr. Malcolm Mackenzie, naval attache and naval 
attache for air. 




(T) 


Lt. Comdr. William E. Dwyer, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 

Webster Powell, attache 






Alfred G. Whitney, economic analyst 





1 Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, and Montevideo; resident in Buenos Aires. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



AUSTRALIA— Con. 

Adelaide, South Australia (C). 

(T) 

Brisbane, Queensland (C) 

(T)..- 

Melbourne, Victoria (C) 

(T) -. 

Perth, Western Australia (C). 
Sydney, New South Wales 
(CG). 

(T) 



AUSTRIA 



Vienna (United States Mis- 
sion). 



(T). 



Name and rank 



Erik W. Magnuson, consul 

Knowlton V. Hicks, consul 

Harry F. Hemmerich, vice consul 

Joseph P. Ragland, consul -- 

Robert Grinnell, vice consul 

C. William Cowles, vice consul 

Miss Eva Bryan Wilson, vice consul 

Clarence J. Spiker, consul general 

Winfield H. Scott, consul 

Ralph H. Hunt, vice consul 

Rudolph W. Hefti,' vice consul 

Thomas S. Strong, senior economic analyst 

James B. Lindsey, vice consul 

Mason Turner, consul 

Charles H. Derry, consul 

C. Grant Isaacs, consul 

Delano McKelvey, vice consul 

Lyle C. Himmel, vice consul 

Robert C. Arnold, 2 vice consul 

Llwellyn Vernon Toyne, agricultural officer. 

Martin B. Dale, senior economic analyst 

Roger S. Stiles, economic analyst 

Miss Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, economic analyst... 
Robert H. Hartley, vice consul 

John G. Erhardt, Foreign Service officer ' 

Cecil Wayne Gray, counselor of mission 

Laurence C. Frank, secretary 

Ware Adams, secretary 

Thomas S. Estes, secretary 

Hugo V. Newell, vice consul 

James Lucian McCamy, adviser on economic aflairs 

Frederick Allen Motz, agricultural adviser 

Sydney L. W. Mcllen. senior economic analyst 

Mrs. Eleanor Lansing Dulles, senior economic analyst... 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, attache 

Edward Salner, attache 

Frederick H. Bunting, senior economic analyst 

Duncan Murchison White, vice con.sul 

Miss Ruth Ann Heller, economic analyst 

Richard A. O. Schwartz, assistant to agricultural ad 
viser. 

Miss Eleanor C. Raynor, vice consul 

Miss Miriam Boulotchnik, administrative assistant 

Miss Ruth Anderson, administrative assistant.. 



Date of as- 
signment 



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



3, 1945 
19, 1945 
, 1945 
I, 1936 
', 1942 
, 1945 
,1945 
, 1943 
, 1945 
,1929 
,1945 
,1945 
,1945 
,1941 
, 1941 
, 1945 
;, 1943 
,1938 
, 1944 
,1945 
', 1945 
,1945 
,1945 
!, 1944 



Jan. 25,1945 
Dec. 23,1944 
May 16, 1945 
June 28, 1945 
June 26,1945 
June 14,1945 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Jan. 



27, 1944 
28, 1944 

20. 1944 

23. 1945 
16, 1945 
19, 1945 

7, 1945 
8, 1945 
5, 1945 
13, 1945 



Feb. 21,1945 
Jan. 22, 1945 
Feb. 27, 1945 



Salary 



$6, 650 
6, 650 



5,600 
4, 520 



9, 590 
5,495 



5,600 
6,860 
5,180 
4,520 



10,000 
7,910 
6,650 
6,650 
3,860 



' Temporarily. 

2 Resident in Canberra. 

3 With the rank of minister. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 194 5 



Post 



BELGIUM AND POSSES- 
SIONS 

(Belgium) 

Brussels (BruxcUes) (E) 



(MA). 



(T). 



Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CO) 



(T). 



(Africa) 

Leopoldville, Belgian Congo 
(CO). 
(T) 



Name and rank 



Charles Sawyer,' ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Jefferson Patterson, counselor of embassy 

Leigh W. Hunt, commercial attache 

George P. Waller,^ first secretary; consul 

Ernest de W. M aycr, second secretary 

Findley Burns, Jr., third secretary; vice consul 

Robert M. Winfree, vice consul. 

Clay H. Henderson, vice consul 



Col. William M. Dunn, military attache... 

Capt. Edmond Kennedy, military air attachg 

Lt. Col. Sidney L. Weedon, asst. military attache. 
Maj. Robert L. Grosjean, asst. military attache 



Raymond C. Miller,^ economic counselor 

Howard B. Railey,< civil air attache 

Jerome T. Gaspard, agricultural economist 

Ezra Clark Stillman, cultural-relations attache 

James W. Swihart, economic analyst .. 

Robert Smith Simpson, attache. 

J. Gerald Cole, senior economic analyst 

William E. Moran, Jr.. senior economic analyst 

Elio Gianturco, publications officer 

Robert E. Read, junior economic analyst 

Clarence P. Lee, asst. cultural-relations officer 

Miss Dorothy KathrynMooro, cultural-relations assistant. 



James Hugh Keeley, Jr., consul general 

John H. Lord, consul 

Edward Anderson, consul 

Theodore J. Hadraba, vice consul 

J. Kittredge Vinson, vice consul. 

Scott Lyon, vice consul --. 

George Carnahan, vice consul 

Egbert Giles Leigh, senior economic analyst- 
John R. Jacobs, vice consul 

Charles Hayden McLoon, vice consul 



Robert L. Buell, consul general 

Don V. Catlett, vice consul. 

Alberic de Laet, information officer — 
Thomas W. Collens, vice consul 

Robert Padraic Morrissey, vice consul. 

1 Accredited also to Luxembourg. 

2 Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

3 Assigned also to Luxembourg; resident in Brussels. 

« Assigned also to Paris, Bern, and Luxembourg; resident in Paris. 



Date of as- 
signment 



Sept. 21, 1944 



Apr. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
{Dec. 



19, 1945 
20, 1944 
28, 1944 
18, 1944 

31. 1944 

26. 1945 
30, 1944 



Feb. 1, 1945 

Jan. 31,1945 

July 11,1945 

Jan. 31,1945 



tJune 
Jan. 
Oct. 

Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
May 
May 
July 
Feb. 
May 
Aug. 

tDec. 

Aug. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
June 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Apr. 



26, 1945 
2, 1945 

23. 1944 

24. 1945 
6,1944 

17, 1945 
11, 1945 
14, 1945 
7, 1945 
20, 1945 
25, 1945 
23, 1945 

29, 1944 
29, 1945 

4. 1944 

16. 1944 

8. 1945 
8, 1945 

20. 1945 
30, 1944 
2.5. 1945 

7, 1945 



Jan. 24,1945 

Feb. 23,1945 

June 3, 1945 

May 28,1945 

Sept. 14, 1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



BOLIVIA 

La Paz (E).._ 



(MA). 



(T). 



Coehabamba (C) 

BRAZIL 

Rio de Janeiro (E)... 



(MA & NA). 



Walter Thurston, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Jack B. Neathery, commercial attache 

Wallace W. Stuart, third secretary; vice consul 

Juan de Zengotita, third secretary; vice consul 

William S. Rosenberg, third secretary; vice consul _ 

Howard Brandon, third secretary; vice consul 



Col. Lawrence C. Mitchell, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Gerald L. Cherymisin, military air attache. 

Capt. Frank Lener Keller, asst. military attach§ 

1st Lt. Robert A. Peterson, asst. mihtary attache 



Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Charles S. Macaulay, senior economic analyst-. 

Dudley G. Singer, senior economic analyst 

Henry C. Ramsey, special assistant 

Miss Rose M. Cox, cultural-relations assistant. 
Jess J. France, Jr., vice consul 



Douglas Henderson, vice consul. 



Adolf A. Berle, Jr., ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 

Paul C. Daniels, counselor of embassy 

Hiram A. Boucher, consul general; first secretary 

Clarence C. Brooks, counselor of embassy for economic 

affairs. 

Leo J. Callanan, first secretary; consul. 

Vinton Chapin, first secretary; consul 

Edward D. McLaughlin, first secretary; consul 

Du Wayne G. Clark, commercial attache 

Walter P. McConaughy, second secretary; consul 

Reginald S. Kazanjian, second secretary; consul 

John H. Burns, third secretary; vice consul 

V. Harwood Blocker, third secretary; vice consul 

Rudolf E. Cahn, vice consul 



Brig. Gen. Hayes A. Kroner, military attache 

Col. Ben W. Barclay, military air attache 

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

attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Howard Williams, asst. military attache 

Maj. George F. Borton, asst. military attache 

Maj. Gene B. Starkloff, asst. military attache 

Capt. Clarence J. Alameda, asst. military attache 

Capt. William H. Eckes, asst. military attache.. 

Capt. Samuel J. Skousen, asst. military air attache. 

Lt. Comdr. John W. Meehan, Jr., asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. George T. Pancoast, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Roy T. Davis, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Gordon B. Whelpley, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Nov. 14, 1944 
Nov. 8,1944 
Nov. 4,1944 
Aug. 24,1943 
May 15,1943 
Oct. 25,1943 

Nov. 24, 1944 
May 31, 1945 
Sept. 29, 1944 
Mar. 16, 1945 

June 21,1944 
Oct. 28,1944 
July 21,1943 
Oct. 2, 1944 
Apr. 10,1945 
May 7,1945 

Nov. 20, 1943 



Jan. 18, 1945 

Feb. 1, 1945 

Mar. 24, 1945 

Apr. 18,1945 



May 
May 
Jan. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
July 
Sept. 
May 
tOct. 



25. 1944 
3,1944 

30. 1945 
21, 1945 

8,1944 
30, 1943 

6,1944 
31, 1945 
28, 1925 



Jan. 15,1944 

Apr. 24,1944 

Feb. 28,1945 

Apr. 6, 1945 

Mar. 13.1944 

Feb. 28,1945 

Apr. 18,1944 

Oct. 18, 1944 

July 26, 1944 

June 12,1945 

Aug. 25,1945 

Apr. 24,1945 

Apr. 26,1945 



$10,000 

5,070 
5,070 
3,970 
3,860 
3,530 
3,200 



3,530 



17,500 

8,750 
8,750 
8,750 

7,700 
7,700 
6,650 
6,650 
5,600 
5,070 
3.970 
3,860 



Assigned also tu Santiago, Quito, and Lima; resident in Lima. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



BBAZILr-Continued 

Rio de Janeiro (E)— Con. 
(T) 



Victoria, Espirito Santo 
(VC). 
Bahia (SSo Salvador), Bahia 
(C). 
(T) -.... 



Bello Horizonte, Minas Ge- 
raes (C). 

Fortaleza, Cearfi (C) 

Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 
(C). 

(T).- 

Para (Bel6m), Para (C) 

(T) - 

Man&os, Amazonas (VC). 
(T) 

Sfio Luiz, Maranhao (CA) 
Pernanibuco (Recife), Per- 
nambuco (C). 
(T) 



WUliam A . Wieland , special assistan t 

Guy Louis Bush, agricultural attach^ 

Emerson I. Brown, minerals attach^ 

T. Lynn Smith,' agricultural officer 

David S. Green, senior economic analyst 

Fred T. Wagner, special assistant 

Roscoe Freeman Patterson, special assistant 

William Rex Crawford, cultural-relations attachfi. 
Carleton Sprague Smith, cultural-relations officer. 

Charles F. Merkel,2 attach6..._ 

Kenneth M. Davidson, senior economic analyst... 

Rudolph E. Zetterstrand, economic analyst .. 

John P. Curtis, senior economic analyst 

Edward J. Rowell, attachfi 

Kenneth Wernimont, agricultural commissioner.. 
Alexander N. D. Marchant, publications officer... 

George H. Layman, economic analyst 

Nestor C. Ortiz, junior economic analyst 

L. Peirce Brady, economic analyst.. 

Mrs. Aldene Barrington Leslie, economic analyst. 

Harvey R. Wellman, economic analyst... 

Sheldon B. Vance, junior economic analyst 

Richard A. Godfrey, junior economic analyst 

Gordon E. Porter, junior agricultural officer 

Robert W. Paterson, vice consul 

Leonard Michael Durso, vice consul 

Peter J. Raineri, vice consul 

Charles Edward Eaton, vice consul 



Robert Bruce Harley,' vice consuL 
F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, consul.. 



Miss Julia Louise Wooster, vice consul. 

Chester Dennis, vice consul 

Jay Walker, consul 



Coldwell S. Johnston, consul. 
Robert Jakes, 3d, vice consul. 



Robert F. Corrigan, vice consul... 

Randolph A. Kidder, consul 

Harry F. Pfeiffer, Jr., vice consul. 

Robert Black, vice consul 

George Henry Zentz, vice consul.. 

Wiley T. Clay, consular agent 

Donald W. Lamm, vice consul 



Bentley B. Mackay, agricultural adviser. 

J. Thomas Rae, vice consul. 

Ralph A. Schweitzer, vice consul 

Robert Bruce Harley, vice consul. 



June 
July 

May 
May 
Mar. 
July 
May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
June 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
tOct. 
June 
Feb. 
July 
July 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
June 
June 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Aug. 



Oct. 27 

Mar. 20, 

June 17 
Oct. 17 
Sept. i 

July 23, 
Oct. 20, 

Mar. 29 
tSept. 19 
Mar. 6 
Aug. 31 
June 8, 
July 1 
Dec. 10, 

Aug. 30, 
Dec. 31 

Mar. 2, 
Oct. 4 



' Temporarily; also agricultural officer at Bogota. 

'Assigned also to Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Montevideo; resident in Buenos Aires. 

' Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



BRAZII^Continued 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do 
Sul (C). 
(T) 



Rio Grande, Rio Grande 
do Sul (CA). 

Santos, S5o Paulo (C) 

(T) 

S3o Paulo, Sao Paulo (CO)... 



(T). 



Curitiba, Parana(VC)(T). 

BULGARIA 

Sofia (Soflya) (United States 
Mission). 



(T). 



CANADA 



Ottawa, Ontario (E), 



(MA & NA). 



Reginald S. Castleman, consul 

Roy Nash, senior cultural-relations oflScer. 

Joseph I. Dougherty, agricultural analyst 

Arden Edward DuBois, junior economic analyst. _ 

Biu-well Keith Shepherd, vice consul _ 

Eugene C. Pfiffner, consular agent 

Arthur G. Parsloe, vice consul 

James V. J. Griffin, vice consul 

Cecil M. P. Cross, consul general. 

Charles A. Bay, consul 

Wales W. Signor, consul... 

Leland C. Altaffer, vice consul 

George T. Colman, senior economic analyst 

1 con C. Heilbronner, senior economic analyst 

Ross E. Hoverter, senior economic analyst 

Henry W. Spielman, junior agricultural economist 

Robert William Dean, economic analyst... 

William Preston Rambo, vice consul 

Maynard B. Barnes, Foreign Service officer 

Milton C. Rewinkel, vice consul.; 

Robert C. Strong, vice consul 

Cyril E. Black, attach^ 

William Kling,' agricultural officer..- 

Roy Olin Westley,' agricultural oflScer 



Ray Atherton, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Lewis Clark, coun.selor of embassy; consul general. 

Henry M. Bankhead, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

Clifford C. Taylor, agricultural attache 

Homer S. Fox, commercial attache 

Oliver B. North, asst. commercial attachg \ 

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

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

William Belton, asst. agricultural attache 

Robert W. Rinden, second secretary; vice consul 

George C. Minor, vice consul 

Russell B. Jordan, vice consul; attache 

Girvan Teall, vice consul 

Miss Anne B. Gibbons, administrative assistant 

Col. Francis J. Graling, military attache 

Lt. Col. Jay P. Thomas, military air attache 

Capt. Glenn F. Howell, naval attache and naval attache 
for air. 

Maj. Walter A. Wood, asst. military attache 

Maj. Harry C. Archer, asst. military air attache. 

Maj. William P. Hastings, asst. military air attache 

Lt. Comdr. Jack K. McFall, asst. naval attache and 
asst. naval attache for air. 



> Assigned also to Tirana, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Bucharest. 
' Assigned also to Tirana, Budapest, Bucharest, and Belgrade; resident in Belgrade. 
669972 — 45 2 



Sept. 4,1943 

July 13, 1943 

Aug. 26,1944 

July 2, 194.'i 

Feb. 15,1945 

Dec. 1, 1942 



{June 
July 
Mar. 
July 
Apr. 
Dec. 

tApr. 
Mar. 

tJune 
Feb. 

tJuly 
Mar. 



7,1923 
5, 1945 

21. 1941 
21, 1945 
28, 1943 

7, 1943 
14, 1943 
17, 1943 

1. 1943 

10. 1942 

1. 1944 
29, 1945 



Oct. 24,1944 
truly 27,1945 
truly 27, 1945 

Nov. 1, 1944 
May 14,1945 
May 24, 1945 



tNov. 18, 1943 



tDec. 29, 1944 
tJan. 20,1945 



Sept. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
May 
May 
tApi. 
July 
{Feb. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
June 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Jan. 



30, 1939 

4. 1944 
16, 1928 

25. 1944 

22. 1945 
28, 1945 

5. 1945 
23,1940 

9, 1933 

20, 1944 

1, 1945 

18. 1943 

12. 1944 
2, 1943 



Dec. 13,1944 

Feb. 9, 1943 

May 17, 1944 

May 8,1944 



$6,860 



9,800 
8,750 
4,740 



10,000 
4,630 
4,630 



17,500 

8,750 
10,000 

8,960 
8,750 
6,860 
5,070 
5,070 
4.520 
4, 520 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



CANADA- Continued 

Ottawa, Ontario (E)— Con. 
(MA & NA)— Con 

(T) 

Calgary, Alberta (C) 

Edmonton, Alberta (C) 

Fort William and Port 

Arthur, Ontario (C). 
Halifax, Nova Scotia (CO).... 



Fredericton, New Bruns- 
wick (VC). 
Hamilton, Ontario (C) 



Montreal, Quebec (CG)_ 



(T). 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C) 

Quebec, Quebec (C) 

Regina, Saskatchewan (C) 

St. John, New Brimswick 

(C). 
St. Stephen, New Brunswick 

(C). 

Sarnia, Ontario (C) 

Toronto, Ontario (CO) 



(T) 



Lt. Jason Paige, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. naval 
attache for air. 

Paul H. Norgren, attache 

George S. Roper, civil air attache 

Charles W. Allen, vice consul 

Robert B. Streeper, consul 

Paul C. Seddicum, vice consul 

Harvey T. Goodier, consul 

Howard F. Withey, consul. -. 

Edwin N. Gunsaulus, vice consul 

Charles H. Taliaferro, vice consul 

Frederick C. Johnson, vice consul 

Robert English, consul 

James R. Riddle, vice consul 

Edward J. Lawler, vice consul 

North Winship, consul general 

John D. Johnson, consul 

Laurence W. Taylor, consul. 

Charles O. Thompson, vice consul 

Fred E. Waller, vice consul.. 

Byron White, vice consul 

James E. Callahan, vice consul 

Marc L. Severe, vice consul 

John R. Barry, vice consul 

Edwin S. Coleman, vice consul 

Charles W. Anderson, i vice consul 

Stanley T. Hayes, vice consul 

Wniiam J. Miller, vice consul 

Harold T. Pepin, vice consul 

James M. Macfarland, vice consul 

Thomas J. Griffin, vice consul 

Charles T. Warner, vice consul 

Miss Mary S. Olmsted, junior economic analyst 

George M. Graves, consul 

William H. Brown, vice consul 

Bertel E. Kuniholm, consul .♦ 

Adam Beaiunont, vice consul 

Walter S. Reineck, consul... 

Dudley E. Cyphers, vice consul 

Harry M. Donaldson, consul 

Paul C. Betts, vice consul 

George L. Brist, vice consul 

Charles E. B. Payne, vice consul 

Arthur C. Frost, consul general 

Curtis T. Everett, consul 

Easton T. Kelsey, vice consul 

Frederick A. Bohne, vice consul 

Manson Gilbert, vice consul 

Henry T. Dwyer, vice consul 

George L. Tolman, vice consul 

Robert H. Macy, vice consul 

Robert William Harding, vice consul.. 

Charles F. Johnson, vice consul 



Dec. 4, 1944 



Dec. 


28, 


Feb. 


13, 


Sept. 


29, 


May 


19, 


Sept. 


8, 


Feb. 


15, 


May 31, 


Oct. 


7, 


July 


22, 


Sept. 


19, 


Sept. 


13, 


July 


5, 


Oct. 


12, 


Oct. 


12, 


June 


25, 


Nov. 


20, 


Mar. 


27, 


Dec. 


2, 


June 


10, 


Aug. 


11, 


May 


26, 


May 


3, 


Aug. 


25, 


July 


6, 


Dec. 


18, 


June 


28, 


Oct. 


25, 


Mar. 


2, 


Mar. 


8, 


Aug. 


14, 


May 


21, 


Mar. 


5, 


July 


31, 


Aug. 


20, 


May 


6, 


Feb. 


27, 


Aug. 


17, 


IDec. 


29, 


Apr. 


19, 


Oct. 


28, 


June 


20, 


Oct. 


12, 


Aug. 


18, 


Nov. 


4, 


JNov. 


7, 


Aug. 


3, 


Mar. 


26, 


Sept. 


8, 


Dec. 


14, 


tMay 


9, 


July 


5, 



I Temporarily. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



CANADA— Continued 

Vancouver, British Columbia 
(CO). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(C). 
Windsor, Ontario (C) 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CG).. 



(T) 

Kenora, Ontario (CA). 



CHILE 



Santiago (E). 



(MA & NA) 



Edwin F. Stanton, consul general 

Ralph A. Boernstein, consul 

Orray Taft, Jr., consul 

Nelson P. Meeks, vice consul 

Augustus C. Owen, vice consul 

Walter M. Walsh, vice consul 

Troy L. Perkins, consul 

Eugene H. Johnson, vice consul 

Bernard Ootlieb, consul 

John L. Bankhead, consul 

Charles H. Stephan, vice consul 

Charles C. Sundell, vice consul 

Walter H. McKinney, consul general. 

Bernard F. Heller, vice consul 

Joseph W. Sowell, vice consul 

Rupert H. Moore, consular agent 



(T). 



Claude G. Bowers, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Hugh Millard, counselor of embassy 

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

George D. Andrews, second secretary; consul-. _.. 

Norris S. Haselton, second secretary; vice consul 

Miss Minedee McLean, third secretary; vice consul 

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

Harry Clinton Reed, third secretary; vice con.sul 

Camden L. McLain, vice consul 

Joseph E. Maldonado, vice consul. , 

Keith Angell, vice consul 

Hugo P. Blandori, vice consul 

A. Kimball Dacy, vice consul 



Brig. Gen. Milton A. Hill, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Murl Estes, military air attache 

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

attache for air. 

Lt. Col. Harry L. Smith, asst. military attache 

Mai. Douglas Gorman, Jr., asst. military attache. 

Capt. William C. Wright, asst. military air attache 

Lt. Comdr. Harold E. M. Thompson, asst. naval attache 

and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Richard H. McPeake, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



tJuly 

Sept. 

July 
tJune 
tFeb. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

Dec. 
JApr. 

June 

Sept. 

Feb. 



31,1945 
30, 1943 
10, 1945 
14, 1928 
16, 1931 
20, 1933 
30, 1945 
30, 1941 

9, 1944 
10, 1945 

2, 1944 
10, 1940 
28, 1945 
11, 1938 
10, 1945 

5, 1918 



June 22, 1939 



July 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Aug. 
tDec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 
tOct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



6, 1944 
8, 1943 
13, 1942 
19, 1943 
29, 1939 
10, 1945 
28, 1945 
24, 1931 
9, 1943 
13. 1945 
13, 1945 
13, 1945 



Charles F. Baldwin, commercial attache 

Philip W. Thayer, cultural-relations attache 

Olaf Francis Sundt,' petroleum attache 

Earl C. Hollingsworth, senior economic analyst. 

Paul Lynn Guest, agricultural attache. 

Charles F.Merkel,^ attache. 

Tibo J. Chavez, senior economic analyst 

Daniel L. Horowitz, attache 

Gardner E. Palmer, senior economic analyst 

John B. Dorsh, minerals attache 

Zalie V. Warner, economic analyst 

Biddle H. Garrison, special assistant 

R. F. Schneider, economic analyst 



Apr. 

tSept. 
June 
Oct. 

tApr. 
June 
Jan. 

tOct. 
Dec. 
May 
May 
Mar. 
Nov. 

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

» Assigned also to Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Montevideo; resident in Buenos Aires. 



Nov. 2,1944 
June 2, 1945 
Nov. 6,1944 

July 1, 1944 
Aug. 25,1942 
May 31,1944 
Sept. 7, 1945 

May 9, 1945 



16, 1945 

7. 1944 

21. 1944 

29. 1942 

18. 1945 
22, 1945 

29. 1943 

16. 1944 
7, 1943 

15, 1944 

8. 1945 
4, 1943 
9, 1943 



$9, 170 
5,600 
5,070 



5,600 



6,650 
5,070 



6,650 



17.500 

9,380 
8,750 
5,705 
5,600 
4,520 
4,520 
3,860 



10 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



CHILE— Continued 

Santiago (E)— Continued 
fT)— Con 



Arlca(VC) 

Concepeion (VC) 

Punta Arenas (Maga- 
llanes) (VC). 

Antofagasta (C) 

(T) 

Valparaiso (C). 

(T) 

Cruz Grande, Coquimbo 
(CA). 

CHINA 

Chungking (E) 



(MA&NA)_ 



Robert W. Weise, Jr., vice consul 

Robert J. Dorr, vice consul 

Philip R. Wade, vice consul. 

G. Alonzo Stanford, cultural-relations assistant 

Melvin C. Warner, assistant agricultural economist 

Frederick Joseph Brule, junior economic analyst 

James Denis McLaughlin, junior economic analyst 

Miss Barbara Baer, cultiual-relations assistant 

John B. Vanderburgh, junior economic analyst 

Miss Virginia Elizabeth Phillips, junior economic 
analyst. 

William B. Snidow, Jr., vice consul 

Lee M. Hunsaker, vice consul 

Thomas Edmund Burke, vice consul 

Ellis A. Bonnet, consul 

Edgar S. Ehlers, vice consul 

Rufus H. Lane, Jr., consul 

Warren C. Stewart, vice consul 

Henry A. Hoyt, vice consul. 

John B. Brady, vice consul 

Frank T. Rueter, consular agent 



Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary. 

Robert Lacy Smyth, counselor of embassy 

Owen L. Dawson, agricultural attache 

A. Bland Calder, commercial attache. _ 

David C . Berger, first secretary; consul 

J. Hall Paxton, second secretary; consul 

Harry E. Stevens,' second secretary; consul 

Raymond P. Ludden,' second secretary 

Philip D. Sprouse, second secretary; consul 

Frederick W. Hinke, second secretary; consul 

Gerald Warner, second secretary; consul 

Harvey Lee Milbourne, second secretary; consul 

Ralph J. Blake, second secretary; consul 

Charles S. Millet, second secretary 

Jay Dixon Edwards, second secretary; vice consul 

Stephen C. Brown, second secretary; vice consul. 

James L. O'Sullivan, third secretary; vice consul. 



Col. Carlisle C. Dusenbury, military attache 

Lt. Col. Otto R. Haney, military airattach6 

Capt. Hemy T. Jarrell, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Maj. Roy Perrin McNair, Jr., asst. military attache 

Maj. David D. Dean, asst. military attache 

Maj. John Q. Colling, asst. military attache.. 

Maj. Harold Gait Gelwicks, asst. military attache 

2d Lt. Herbert B. Fulkcnstein, asst. military attache ... 
Comdr. Thomas V. Z. Gudcx, asst. naval attache and 

a.sst. naval attache for air. 



Aug. 

June 
tJune 
tNov. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

May 
tFeb. 

Nov. 



9, 1941 

12. 1944 
24, 1944 

9, 1944 

18. 1945 
8, 1943 

25. 1944 

11. 1945 
17, 1944 
17. 1943 



Nov. 30, 1944 
Nov. 27, 1944 
Mar. 5, 1943 

Nov. 23, 1944 
Sept. 1,1944 
July 6, 1944 
Sept. 16, 1941 
Oct. 29,1943 
Apr. 12,1944 
tOct. 1, 1934 



Nov. 30, 1944 



Jan. 

Nov. 
tFeb. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

July 

Aug. 
tMay 

Apr. 

Aus. 

Nov. 

Feb. 
JApr. 

Feb. 

June 

Feb. 



25, 1945 

27. 1944 

17. 1945 
25, 1945 

8, 1943 

8. 1943 

10. 1943 

1. 1944 

4. 1945 
31, 1945 

3, 1943 
10, 1945 

15. 1944 

12. 1945 
8, 1945 

10, 1945 



Feb. 19,1945 
Aug. 31,1945 
May 3, 1944 

June 22,1942 
July 1, 1944 
June 26,1945 
Sept, 21, 1945 
Aug. 28, 1945 
Oct. 1.1945 



' Temporarily at Lanchow. 

'Assigned also to and resident in Kunming. 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



11 



Post 



CHINA— Continued 

Chungking (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA)— Con 



(T). 



Kunming (Yiinnanfu), Yun- 
nan (CO). 



Shanghai (CO). 



Tihwa. Sinkiang (C) *. 



Consular offices in Japanese- 
occupied areas of China 
closed. 



COLOMBIA 



Bogota (E). 



Name and rank 



Lt. Comdr. John Lacey Reyncilds, Jr., asst. naval at- 

tachfi and asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Arthur J. Campbell, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. William R. Cooper, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attachfi for air. 
Lt. Harold W. Jacobson, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 
Lt. William Moser, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attach^ for air. 
Lt. John B. McCleary, Jr., asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. (jg) Edward A. La Croix, asst. naval attach^ and 

asst. naval attach^ for air. 

Ellis O. Briggs, economic counselor. 

John D. Sumner, adviser on economic affairs 

Walter Spencer Robertson, economic counselor ' 

Neil A. Gorman, petroleum attach^ 

Melville H. Walker, asst. commercial attachg 

Knight Biggerstafif, attach^ 

Edward D. Cufle, economic analyst 

Mrs. Wilma C. Fairbank, cultural-relations officer 

Hubert Maness, asst. agricultural economist 

Robert B. Moody, vice consul 

William R. Langdon, consul general , 

Raymond P. Ludden,' consul 

Ralph N. Clough, vice consul 

Richard M. Service,' vice consul 

Fong Chuck, vice consul 

Stanley A. McGeary, vice consul 

Craig W. Carter, vice consul 

Paul R. Josselyn, consul general 

Leo D. Stui'geon, consul general 

James E . McKerma, consul 

Paul W. Meyer, consul 

Augustus S. Chase, consul 

Beppo R. Johansen, vice consul _. 

Hungerford B. Howard, vice consul 

Robert S. Ward, consul . 



John C. Wiley, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Gerald A. Mokma, first secretary; consul 

Aaron S. Brown, second secretary 

James C. Lobenstine, third secretary; vice consul 

Alvin M. Bentley, third secretary; vice consul 

Thomas C. Smith, vice consul 

George T. Lister.s vice consul 



Date offas- 
signment 



Apr. 5, 1945 
Dec. 7, 1943 
May 17,1944 
Feb. 12,1945 
Feb. 12,1945 
Feb. 24,1945 
Dec. 19,1944 



Feb. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
May 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

June 
tNov. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
July 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aue. 
Oct. 



15, 1945 

8. 1944 

6. 1945 
14, 1945 
19, 1945 
13, 1945 

1, 1945 
18, 1945 
28, 1945 
23, 1945 

10, 1943 
6, 1942 
15, 1945 

25. 1943 

10. 1944 

11. 1944 
14, 1945 
24, 1945 
12, 1945 

12. 1945 
25, 1945 
14, 1945 
12, 1945 
27, 1945 
10, 1944 



Salary 



Sept. 21, 1944 

Feb. 15,1944 

May 25, 1945 

May 16,1942 

Dec. 2, 1944 

Oct. 10,1944 

tMar. 7, 1944 



' With the personal rank of minister. 

1 Assigned also to Chungking; resident in Kunming. 

3 Resident in Chungking. 

« Temporary. Functions under the general supervision of the Embassy at Chungking. 

5 Temporarily at Buenaventura. 



5,600 
3,860 



9,695 
8,960 
8,330 
7,700 
6,650 
5, 070 
4,190 
5.705 



17,500 

5,600 
5,070 
3,530 
3,530 



12 



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Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



COLOMBIA— Continued 

Bogota (E)— Con. 

(MA & NA) 



(T). 



Barranquilla (C). 



(T).. 
Caii(C). 



(T). 



Buenaventura (VC). 

(T) 

Cartagena (C) (T) 

MedelUn(C) 

(T) 



COSTA EICA 



San Jos6 (E). 



Col. John A. Weeks, military attache 

Lt. Col. William John Kennedy, military air attache... 
Col. Thomas C. Green, naval attachS and naval attachfi 

for air. 

Maj. Edwin McKee, asst. military attach^ 

Maj. Archer B. Haimah, asst. military attache 

Maj. Albert R. Haney, asst. military attach^ 

Capt. James R. Fitzpatrick, asst. military attache 

Maj. Justin C. Tobias, asst. naval attach^ and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Comdr. Gerald C. Gross, asst. naval attachfe and asst. 

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

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Carl E. Limdeen, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

John Clayton A. Cady, agricultural attache 

T. Lynn Smith,' agricultural officer , 

Richard M. Connell, commercial attache 

Harry N. Stark, senior economic analyst 

Charles V. Kolt, petroleum attache 

James D. Bell, attache 

John Abel Hopkins, agricultural adviser.. 

Albert H. Gerberich, cultural-relations attache 

George W. Caldwell, Jr., economic analyst 

Kenneth Whittemore Pendar, attache 

Irwin C. Byington, junior economic analyst 

Lawrence Pierce, economic analyst 

Miss Margaret P. Hays, vice consul 

James Brown Craig, Jr., vice consul. 

Walter Trenta, special assistant 

John W. Campbell, vice consul 

Miss Mary Louise Lamme, administrative assistant 

Leonard G. Dawson, consul 

S. Wilson Clark, vice consul 

William Palmer Hudson, vice consul 

Howard A. Bowman, consul 

Fernando Terrassa, vice consul 

Park F. Wollam, vice consul 

Donald H. Marshall, vice consul 

Weldon Litsey, vice consul 

Robert G. Wesson, vice consul 

George T. Lister,^ vice consul 

Henry L. Taylor, vice consul 

William B. Randolph, vice consul 

James S. Triolo, vice consul 

George W. Skora, vice consul. 



Hallett Johnson, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Raleigh A. Gibson, first secretary; consul 

William P. Snow, second secretary; vice consul 

Thomas S. Campen, acting commercial attache 

Livingston D. Watrous, third secretary; vice consul — 
J. Ramon Solana, third secretary; vice consul 



July 1, 1943 
Sept. 8,1945 
Jan. 18,1944 

Sept. 11, 1942 
Aug. 17, 1944 
July 13, 1945 
6, 1942 
9, 1944 



Feb. 
Aug. 



Dec. 8, 1944 
Apr. 25,1945 
Sept. 1,1945 



Oct. 
JMay 
JMay 

Nov. 

Dec. 
tOct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

May 
JMay 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

May 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

May 

Aug. 

Apr. 

May 



1944 
1945 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1944 
1943 
1944 
1942 
1943 
1945 
1945 
1943 
1945 
1945 

1944 
1943 
1945 
1942 
1941 
1943 
1945 
1945 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1944 
1944 
1944 



Dec. 10,1944 

June 26,1945 
Feb. 5, 1945 
Feb. 19,1945 
Oct. 7, 1942 
tDec. 15 , 1944 



1 Temporarily; also agricultural officer at Rio de Janeiro. 

2 Temporarily. 



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13 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


COSTA RICA— Continued 

San Jos6 (E)— Continued 
(MA & NA) 


Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache, 


Jan. 15,1944 
Feb. 14,1945 
May 2, 1945 

Sept. 14, 194S 
May 2, 1945 
Apr. 25,1945 

Apr. 28,1945 

Aug. 21,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 
Mar. 1,1945 
May 7,1945 
Mar. 27, 1945 
Sept. 19, 1944 

Mar. 31, 1945 
Aug. 17,1944 
Jan. 20,1943 
June 26,1944 

May 22, 1945 

Apr. 25,1945 
tNov. 6,1942 

Apr. 15,1942 
Uan. 5, 1945 
July 6, 1943 
Oct. 5, 1940 
Mar. 16, 1943 
Aug. 16,1944 
Feb. 11,1944 
Oct. 30,1944 
June 22, 1945 
July 10,1945 
July 11,1942 
Aug. 28,1945 
Apr. 25,1941 
JFeb. 28,1927 
tFeb. 28,1927 
June 23,1944 

June 21,1943 

May 16,1945 
Nov. 1,1941 
June 29,1945 
July 3, 1943 

May 14,1945 




(T) 


Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air attache. 
Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 

Lt. Col. Irving E. Roberts, asst. military attache. 

Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Alfred E. Grunwell, asst. naval attachfi and asst. 

naval attach^ for air. 

Theodore J. Grant, i agricultural attachS 






Albert E. Carter, cultural-relations attache 

Charles Edward Gamper, economic analyst 






Royce Atwood Wight, economic analyst 






Miss Elinor Halle, cultural-relations assistant 






John Logan Hagan, vice consul ... 




Golflto (CA) 


James H. Logan, consular agent... 




Puntarenas (VC) (T) 


John 1. Copeland, vice consul... , 




Quepos (CA) 


ICpnneth W. Harding, cnnsnlar asrent , . 




Port Limon (C) (T) 


Hilton F. Wood, vice consul 




CUBA 
Habana (E) 


R. Henry Norweb, ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary. 
James H. Wright, counselor of embassy 


$17, 500 

6,650 
8,960 

8 750 






Albert F. Nufer, counselor of embassy for economic 

afiairs. 
Paul O. Minneman, agricultural attache 




George C. Howard, commercial attache 


8,750 
7,700 
5, 60C 




Richard F. Boyce, consul general; first secretary 

Kermett F. Potter, second secretary; consul 




H. Bartlett Wells, second secretary; consul 


5 070 




Gordon L. Burke, second secretary; consul. 


5,070 
5,070 




Harold E. Montamat, second secretary; consul 




Russell W. Benton, second secretary; vice consul 

PhUip M. Davenport, second secretary; vice consul 

Carl F. Norden, third secretary; vice consul .. 


5,070 
4,520 
4,520 




William W. Walker, third secretary; vice consul 

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


3,970 
3,530 




Thomas J. Cole, vice consul ,. . - -, 




John H. Marvin, vice consul. 






Raoul F. Washington, vice consul 






Edward S. Benet, vice consul 




(MA&NA)„. 


Col. John N. Hart, naval attache and naval attache for 

air. 
Lt. Col. Orin H. Rigley, Jr., military air attache. .. 








• 


Lt. Col. William E. Boone, asst. military attache 

Maj. Vemet L. Gresham, asst. military attache.. 

Lt. Albert J. Powers, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Thomas D. Aitkin, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 





> Assigned also to Nicarauga and Panama; resident in San Jos6. 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



CUBA— Continued 

Habana (E)— Continued 
(T) 



Antilla (C) 

Sagua la Grande (CA)... 

Nuevitas (C) 

Santiago de Cuba (C) 

Maiizanillo (CA) 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Praha (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



DENMARK 

Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) (L> 

(MA) 



Lowry Nelson,' rural sociologist 

John A. E. Orloski, Asst. commercial attache 

James R. Hibbs, economic analyst 

Hubert M. Curry, attach6_ 

Clarence Boonstra, asst. agricultural attachfe 

John T. Reid, special assistant 

Eugene Desvemine, special assistant 

Adolph B. Horn, special assistant 

James Bermett, junior economic analyst 

Joseph A. Jones, special assistant 

George Varrelmann, junior economic analyst 

Miss Rosalyn Mildred Krantzler, cultural-relations aS' 

sistant. 
James N. Cortada, junior economic analyst 

Horace J. Dickinson, consul. 

Eugene E. Jova, consular agent 

Gerald G. Jones, vice consul 

Harry W. Story, vice consul 

Raoul A. Bertot, consular agent 



Laurence A. Steinhardt, appointed ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary. 

Alfred W. Kheforth, counselor of embassy 

John H. Bruins, fiist secretary; consul 

Livingston Satterthwaite,* civil air attach^. 

Walter W. Birge, Jr., third secretary.. 

Carroll C. Parry, vice consul 

Francis J. Hejno, vice consul 



Lt. Col. Sidney Morgan, military attache. 

Lt. Col. Aage Woldike, military attach^ 

Lt. Col. Thomas K. Taylor, military air attach§. 
2d Lt. Hugo D. Weisgall, asst. military attach^. 



James Flinn Hodgson, economic counselor. 

Roy Van Auken Sheldon, senior economic analyst. 

Miss Susannah Mirick, vice consul 

William Kubalek, vice consul. 

Stephen Olesnevich,^ vice consul 

Elbert K. Fretwell, Jr., vice consul 



Monnett B. Davis, appointed envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul 

Col. Earl C. Ewert, military attache 

Maj. Franklin E. Tomlinson, military air attach^ 



(T). 



John Manfred Hager, senior economic analyst 

John Lammey Stewart, agricultural attach^ 

George Carlson, commercial attachfi 

Walter Galenson,< attachfe 

Harold Adolph Svensen,' asst. agricultural attache. 

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

• Assigned also to London, Dublin, and the Hague; resident in London. 
' Temporarily. 

• Assigned also to and resident in Oslo. 

• Assigned also to Helsinki, Oslo, and Stockholm; resident in Stockholm. 



Aug. 
tSept. 

July 

May 
tOct. 

Sept. 

July 

June 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

July 



18, 1945 
14, 1945 
18, 1945 
28,1945 

14. 1943 

19. 1944 
12, 1944 

15. 1942 

14. 1943 
23, 1943 
22, 1943 
28,1945 



Oct. 10.1944 

Feb. 7, 1922 

tOct. 6, 1922 

June 23,1944 

Feb. 13,1925 

tApr. 20,1922 



Dec. 20,1944 

Jan. 4, 1945 
{Feb. 22,1945 
Aug. 15. 1944 
June 29,1945 
Mar. 1. 1945 
Feb. 20,1945 

Feb. 9, 1945 

tJune 11,1945 

July 6, 1945 

July 28,1945 

Mar. 27. 1945 
Feb. 13,1945 
Nov. 2.1944 
Nov. 13.1944 
June 9, 1945 
June 28,1945 



June 8, 1945 

Sept. 10, 1945 

Aug. 2, 1945 

July 13,1945 

May 4, 1945 

May 28, 1945 

Aug. 10,1945 

May 9, 1945 

,June 15,1945 



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



15 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



DENMARK— Continued 

Copenhagen — Continued 
(T)— Continued 



Consulate General at Copen- 
hagen closed. 

(Greenland) 

Godthaab (C) 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad Trujillo (E) 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



La Romana (CA)_ 

ECUADOR 

yuito (E) 



(MA & NA). 



Terrance O. Leonhardy, vice consul 

Miss Karin B. Peterson, junior economic analyst 
Richard C. Trudeau, vice consul. --.^-j-.^i-i^T^. 



Arvid Q. Holm, vice consul. 



(T). 



Joseph F. McOurk, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

George F. Scherer, first secretary; consul.- 

Andrew B. Wardlaw, third secretary; vice consul 

Hernan C. Vogenitz, vice consul 



Maj. Thomas D. Burns, military attache... 

Lt. Col. Orin H. Rigley, Jr., military air attach^ 

Lt. Col. Roger Willock, naval attach^ and naval attach^ 

for air. 
Lt. Earl C. Fox, asst. naval attache and asst. naval at- 
tache for air. 



Lowry Nelson, ' rural sociologist 

Mark G. Santi, senior economic analyst 

John Andrew Hamilton, cultural-relations attache 

Rollo P. Stovall, economic analyst 

Miss Joanne Beecher Messinger, cultural -relations as- 
sistant. 



Eugene J. Lieder, consular agent- 



Robert M. Scotten, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

George P. Shaw, counselor of embassy 

Archibald R. Randolph, acting commercial attache 

Claude G. Ross, third secretary; vice consul 

Juan L. Gorrell, vice consul 



Lt. Col. Charles L. Andrews, military attache 

Maj. David C. Warwick, military air attache 

Comdr. George O. John, naval attache and naval attache 

for air. 
1st Lt. Robert M. Carswell, Jr., asst. military attache... 
Lt. Walter Adamson, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 



Olaf Francis Sundt,2 petroleum attache 

Alvord L. Boeck, senior economic analyst 

Robert S. Kamm, economic analyst : 

Dominic de la Salandra, cultural-relations attache. 

David A. Lines, economic analyst 

Carl E. Moore, economic analyst 

John D. McCullough, junior economic analyst 

Miss Norma Lemmon, junior economic analyst 

Mrs. Lottie Roark Paez, administrative assistant.. 

1 Assigned also to Habana and Port-au-Prince; resident in Habana. 

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

669972—45 3 



May 8, 1945 
May 17,1945 
May 7, 1945 



July 13,1944 



Feb. 9, 1945 

{May 26, 1945 
Nov. 13, 1944 
July 9, 1943 

July 27,1944 
May 16, 1945 
Mar. 13, 1944 

June 16,1945 



Aug. 18,1945 
Jan. 1, 1945 
Aug. 21,1945 
Jan. 3, 1945 

Aug. 8. 1945 

Nov. 14. 1922 



Mar. 27, 1943 

Nov. 4,1944 

July 19,1945 

Dec. 3, 1941 

tJan. 29,1944 

Feb. 8, 1944 
Dec. 14, 1944 
Jan. 27,1945 

June 27,1945 
Aug. 2, 1944 



June 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 

May 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Jan. 



21, 1944 
8, 1944 

\3, 1945 
5, 1944 

15, 1943 

27, 1942 
1, 1942 
3, 1944 
8, 194.n 



$10, 000 



5,600 
3,970 



10,000 

9,695 
5,070 
3,970 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



ECUADOE— Continued 

QuayaquiJ (CO) 

(T) - -. 



EGYPT 



Cairo (L). 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Alexandria (C). 



(T).. 

Port Said (C). 
Suez (C) 



EL SALVADOR 



San Salvador (E) . 



(MA ANA). 



Joseph F. Burt, consul general 

Perry Ellis, vice consul. 

Francis Henry Colombat, vice consul 
Richard A. Worrall, vice consul 



S. Pinkney Tuck, envoy extraordinary and minister 
. plenipotentiary. 

Cecil B. Lyon, first secretary; consul 

Joel C. Hudson, commercial attache 

Harold D. Robison, second secretary; consul 

Ralph Miller, second secretary; consul 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, second secretary; consul 

David LeBreton, Jr., third secretary; vice consul.. 

Wendell S. Howard, vice consul 

Paul L. Springer, vice consul 

Lt. Col. John W. Dregge, military attach^. 

Comdr. Elmer H. Bourgerie, naval attach^ and naval 

attache for air. 
Capt. John Brinton, asst. military attache 

Lt. Walter A. Page, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 
Lt. Harry R. Begley, asst. naval attache and asst. naval 

attache for air. 

Ormand R. Bean, attache -. 

John H. Leavell, attache 

Franz von Schilling, Jr., attache 

Ralph B. Curren.i civil air attache 

J. Joe Reed, agricultural attache 

Charles D. Matthews, cultural-relations attache 

Robert Bailey Elwood, asst. agricultural officer 

Gilbert E. Larsen, economic analyst. 

Richard S. Leach, special assistant.. 

Walter L. Campbell, economic analyst 

William Jules Handley, attache -. 

John Francis CoUon, vice consul 

Hooker A. Doolittle, consul general 

Ted M. Hockaday, vice consul. 

Arthur W. Feldman, vice consul 

Robert C. Coudray, vice consul. 

Wilfred V. MacDonald, vice consul 



John F. Simmons, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Gerhard Qade, second secretary; consul 

Overton G. Ellis, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Robert E. Wilson, third secretary; vice consul. 

Joseph E. Maleady, vice consul -.. 



Col. Fred T. Cruse, military attache 

Lt. Col. Frederick Herren Sherwood, military air at- 
tache. 



tSept. 19, 1944 
Feb. 9, 1945 
June 19,1944 
Jan. 5, 1945 



May 4, 1944 



Oct. 
Mar. 
Feb. 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
July 



6,1944 
14, 1945 

5,1944 
19, 1943 

4,1944 
11, 1943 
28, 1943 

8, 1944 



Jan. 14,1944 

Mar. 3,1945 

May 22,1943 

Apr. 13,1944 

Oct. 30,1944 



Dec. 

Apr. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
May 
Feb. 
June 
June 
Mar. 
Mar. 
JNov. 



2, 1944 
28, 1944 
21, 1944 

23. 1944 

12. 1945 
23, 1945 
15, 1945 

23. 1944 
17. 1943 

26. 1943 

19. 1945 

27. 1944 



Apr. 28,1944 
Jan. 10,1945 
Nov. 25, 1944 
Jan. 10,1945 
Jan. 13,1945 



Sept. 31, 1944 

June 4, 1940 
Aug. 2, 1937 
Nov. 4,1944 
July 19,1934 



Jan. 
Feb. 



15. 1944 

14. 1945 



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



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17 



Post 


Name and rank 


Date of as- 
signment 


Salary 


EL SALVADOR— Con. 

6an Salvador (E)— Continued 
(MA &NA)-Con 

(T) . . 


Comdr. Peyton H. Park, naval attache and naval at- 

tach6 for air. 

Lt. Col. Rudolph Morgan, asst. military attache 

Maj. George Bragg Massey, asst. military attache 

Lt. Comdr. Evan Fisher, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Alfred E. Orunwell, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 

Graham Sheppard Quate,' agricultural attache 


May 2, 1945 

May 2, 1945 
Sept. 23, 1943 
Apr. 25, 1945 

Apr. 28,1945 

Apr. 5, 1945 
Dec. 7, 1944 
Aug. 22, 1945 
Feb. 15,1945 

Feb. 20,1945 

Oct. 30,1943 
Nov. 29, 1943 

Mar. 19, 1945 
Mar. 3,1945 
Mar. 15, 1945 

tSept. 25, 1945 

tAug. 28, 1945 
tAug. 28,1945 
June 6, 1945 

June 15,1945 
May 23, 1945 

JNov. 25, 1944 

Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 19, 1945 

Sept. 27, 1944 
Sept. 2,1944 
Mar. 19, 1945 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Nov. 29. 1944 
Sept. 13, 1944 
Sept. 14, 1944 
Sept. 15, 1944 






H. Theodore Hoffman, economic analyst 

Jack R. Johnstone, vice consul 

Edward Castleman, vice consul 




ESTONIA 

Legation at Tallinn closed. 
ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa (L) 


Felix Cole, appointed envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

William E. Cole, Jr., second secretary; vice consul 

Donald H Nichols, vice consul . -. . 


$10, 000 




5,070 


(T) 


Harold B. Hoskins,2 adviser on economic affairs 

Ralph B. Curren,' civil air attache 

Frank Cochran Taylor, 2d, vice consul 








FINLAND 

Helsinki (L) 


Maxwell M. Hamilton, envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary. 
Benjamin M. HuUey, first secretary; consul 


10, 000 




5,915 


(T) - 


Caspar D. Green, third secretary; vice consul 

Walter W. Hill, vice consul 

Harold Adolph Svensen,* asst. agricultural attache 


3,970 






FRANCE AND 
POSSESSIONS 

(France) 

Paris (E) 


Jefferson Caflery, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Hugh S. FuUerton, counselor of embassy; consul general. 

Daniel J. Reagan, counselor of embassy for economic 
affairs. 

Lester De Witt Mallory, agricultural attache 


17, 500 




9,800 
10,000 

7,910 




Gerald A. Drew, first secretary; consul 

James B Pilcher, first secretary; consul 


7,700 
7,700 




George M Abbott, first secretary; consul 


5,705 




Charles H. DucotS, asst. commercial attache 

Norris B. Chipman, second secretary; consul 


5,705 
5,600 
5,600 




Tyler Thompson, second secretary; consul 


5,600 



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

> Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Jidda, and Tehran. 

« Assigned also to Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Jidda, and Tehran; resident in Cairo. 

* Assigned also to Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm; resident in Stockholm. 



18 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 1945 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(France)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Con 



(MA & NA). 



(T). 



Ivan B. White, second secretary; consul 

Robert M. Taylor, second secretary; consul 

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

Elim O'Shaughnessy, second secretary; vice consul 

Walter Smith, second secretary; vice consul. -.. 

Keeler Faus, third secretary; vice consul 

John R. Wood, vice consul; attache 

Albert George, attache 

Miss Agnes Schneider, vice consul 

John O. Hrones, vice consul 

Sabin J. Dalferes, vice consul 

Cyrus B. Follmer, vice consul.. 

Leslie A. Weisenberg, vice consul 

Laurence J. Daymont, vice consul 

Miss Adele Dix, vice consul 

Maj. Gen. Ralph C. Smith, military attache 

Col. Francis B. Valentine, military air attache 

Rear Admiral Hewlett Thebaud, naval attache and 

naval attache for air. 

Col. Noah M. Brinson, a-sst. military attach?.. 

Lt. Col. Andrew P. Fuller, asst. military attache 

Lt. Col. Sidney L. Weedon, asst. military attache 

Maj. Warren S. Richards, asst. military attache 

Capt. E. R. Warner McCabe, Jr., asst. military attache 

Capt. David Roclipfellor, asst. military attache 

Capt. Warren G. Lindquist, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Richard H. Dana, asst. military attache 

1st Lt. Stephen J. Campbell, asst. military attache 

2d Lt. Henry Anthony Rage, asst. military attache... 
Lt. Comdr. Robert P. Baruch, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. John A. Mongan, asst. naval attache and 

asst. naval attache for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Frank H. Holt, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. James K. Paulding, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Angus C. Littlejohn, asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 
Lt. Charles A. Rocheleau. asst. naval attache and asst. 

naval attache for air. 



Loren Carroll, press attache 

Henry R. Labouisse, Jr., adviser on economic affairs 

Charles J. Little, senior economic analyst 

Howard B. Railey,^ civil air attache 

John N. Plakias, attache 

Howard R. Cottam, agricultural economist 

Richard Eldridge, attache. 

Bertin E. Cassou, senior economic analyst.. 

Raymond F. Fernandez, senior economic analyst 

Arthur P. Muelberger, senior economic analyst 

Rifat Tirana, senior economic analyst. 

Winslow Lamont Qooch, senior economic analyst 

Manuel Sanchez, publications officer 



Sept. 
IJan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

July 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mar. 
IJune 



25. 1944 

20. 1945 
2, 1944 
4, 1944 

16, 1945 

9. 1944 
29, 1944 

1, 1946 
25, 1944 
29, 1944 
26, 1944 
14, 1944 

18. 1944 

31. 1945 

9. 1945 



Feb. 13,1945 
Mar. 28, 1945 
Sept. 7, 1945 



Mar. 
Apr. 
July 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Apr. 



14, 1945 
30. 1945 
11,1945 
20, 1945 
21, 1945 
14, 1945 
17, 1945 
17, 1945 
21, 1945 
17, 1945 
11, 1945 



Apr. 11,1945 

Aug. 25, 1945 

Apr. 11,1945 

Apr. 17,1945 

May 21,1945 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

June 



1, 1944 
17, 1944 
5, 1944 

18. 1944 

16. 1945 
21, 1944 

16. 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 
6, 1944 

26. 1945 
25, 1945 



1 With the honorary rank of minister. 

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



FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 



19 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



Salary 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(France)— Continued 

Paris (E)— Continued 

(T)-Con 



Bordeaux (CG). 



(T) 

Cherbourg (C). 



(T) 

Le Havre (C)_ 



Lyon (C)_ 
(T)-- 



Marseille (C). 



(T). 



Nice(C) 

(Possessions) 

Algiers, Algeria (CG).. 



James J. O'Neil, senior economic analyst... 

Turner C. Cameron, Jr., senior economic analyst.. 

Harry A. Woodruff, special assistant 

Lawrence B. Haley, economic analyst 

Courtlandt D. Barnes, Jr., senior economic analyst... . 

Charles A. Page, asst. cultural relations attache 

William M. Gibson, senior economic analyst 

Laurence L. Davis, vice consul; economic analyst 

William S. Patten, economic analyst.. 

E. Allen Fidel, economic analyst 

Roger Sloane Abbott, economic analyst 

Lawrence D. Lafore, asst. information officer 

Miss Margaret M. Otis, asst. information officer 

William Keith Hafer, administrative assistant- 

Milton Fried, attache 

Miss Eugenia McQuatters, cultural-relations assistant. 

Leonard R. Morey, vice consul 

Robert J. Moore, vice consul 

Richard H. Stephens, vice consul 

Weston A. Hall, vice consul 

Lucien Joseph Vallee, vice consul 

Gordon J. Wright, vice consul 

Mrs. Colette Coulter, administrative assistant. 

Cabot Sedgwiclf, vice consul 

Miss Ellen Virginia Nash, administrative assistant 

Hubert F. Ferrell, vice consul — 

Harold L. Williamson, consul general 

Wainwright Abbott, consul general. 

Frank Cussans, vice consul 

Raymond A. Styles, vice consul 

Walter W. Wiley, vice consul 

Charles D. Withers, economic analyst 

Carlton Hurst, consul 

Richard W. Byrd, consul 

Jack Heck, vice consul 

Royal H. Fowler, Jr., vice consul 

James E. Parks, consul 

Reinhard W. Lamprecht, vice consul 

Russell M. Brooks, consul 

Norman Silverstein, economic analyst 

Ora S. Sitton, vice consul 

Herv6 J. L'Heureux, consul general 

Boies C. Hart, Jr., vice consul 

Lee D. Randall, vice consul 

Edward S. Parker, vice consul 

John H. Boyd, special assistant; vice consul 

Leonard G. Bradford, vice consul 

Miss Ruth J. Torrance, vice consul. 

Eric H. Cawley, vice consul 

Hartwell Johnson, consul 

Charles B. Beylard, vice consul 



Miss Kathleen Molesworth, vice consul. 

Roland K. Beyer, vice consul 

Joseph F. Walker, vice consul 

Oscar W. Fredrickson, vice consul 

Edwin L. Smith, vice consul 



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



3. 1945 
5, 1944 

1, 1944 
6, 1944 

16, 1944 

29. 1944 

18. 1945 

16, 1945 
20, 1944 
24, 1944 

(i, 1945 

8. 1944 
30, 1944 

18. 1944 

21. 1945 
18, 1945 

9. 1945 
15, 1945 
18. 1945 
21, 1944 

8. 1944 

28. 1944 

19. 1945 
23, 1945 

2, 1944 

6. 1945 
11,1944 
10, 1945 
10, 1944 

9. 1944 

7. 1945 
11,1945 

28. 1944 
6, 1945 

23. 1945 
14, 1945 

17, 1945 
6, 1945 

21. 1944 

14. 1945 

23. 1944 
29,1944 

23. 1945 
25, 1944 

3. 1944 
25, 1944 
17, 1945 
17, 1944 

7. 1945 
29, 1944 
12, 1944 



Oct. 5, 1944 
May 3,1945 
{Jan. 8, 1944 
Sept. 23, 1944 
Apr. 5, 1944 



$8, 540 
8,120 



5, 070 
5,070 



5,705 
7,070 



7,700 
4,520 
3,970 



5,070 



5,070 
4,520 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: OCTOBER 1, 194 5 



Post 



Name and rank 



Date of as- 
signment 



FRANCE AND POSSES- 
SIONS— Continued 

(Possessions)— Con. 

Algiers, Algeria (CG)— Con. 
(T) 



Brazzaville, French Equa- 
torial Africa (CO). 

(T) 

Dakar, French West Africa 
(CG). 

(T) 

Martinique, French West 
Indies (C). 

(T) 

Noumea, New Caledonia (C). 

(T) .. 

Oran, Algeria (C) 

(T) : 

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

(T) 

Tunis, Tunisia (C) 

(T) 

GERMANY 

Unconditional surrender of 
Germany effective May 8, 
1945. 

For ofHcers on duty in special 
office see p. 52. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND 
NORTHERN IRELAND, 
AND INDIA 

London (E) 



Marion Allen Leonard, senior economic analyst 

Francis A. O'Connell, economic analyst 

Robert D. Ross, economic analyst 

Harrison L. Dick, vice consul 

John H. Randolph, vice consul 

Albert W. Scott, consul 

Maxfield H. Dunlap, junior economic analyst 

Jack Marvin Perlman, vice consul 

James R. Wilkinson, consul general 

Armistead M. Lee, vice consul 

Garland R. Farmer, Jr., vice consul 

William H. Christensen, vice consul 

William C. Pugh, vice consul 

Edmund Osboine Barker, vice consul 

Robert L. Brown, vice consul 

David K. Newman, vice consul 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., vice consul 

Keld Christensen,! vice consul.. 

Jack C. Spinx, vice consul 

Richard M. de Lambert, consul 

Scudder Mersman, vice consul 

Robert F. Fernald,^ consul 

Francis L. de la Houssaye, economic analyst; vice consul 

George Gregg Fuller, consul 

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

L. Pittman Springs, vice consul 

Donald L. Woolf, economic analyst 



Jan. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
June 



4, 1945 
10, 1944 

2. 1944 
16, 1944 

8. 1945 



Nov. 18, 1943 

May 8, 1945 
Feb. 5, 1944 

tDec. 29,1944 
Aug. 30,1943 
Jan. 25,1945 

tMar. 26, 1945 



Dec. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
JJuhe 
Apr. 
July 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 



4, 1944 
3, 1943 

25. 1944 

9. 1943 

3. 1944 

5. 1945 

16. 1945 
19, 1941 
10, 1922 

8, 1945 
3, 1945 
8, 1945 
17, 1943 
13, 1935 
13, 1945 



John G. Winant, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary. 

Waldemar J. Gallman, counselor of embassy ' 

W. Perry George, counselor of embassy 

Don C. Bliss, Ji., commercial attach^ 

Harry C. Hawkins, economic counselor * 

Paul O. Nyhus, agricultural attache 

Raymond A. Hare, first secretary; consul 

Llewellyn E