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Mr. Shigenori Togo....
Colonel Noburu Morita, I. J. A.
Mr. Masayuki Tani..
Mr. Meijiro Hara..

Mr. Suemasa Okamoto.....

Mr. Goro Morishima.....
Commander Masashi Kobayashi, I. J. N...
Mr. Toshito Satow...
Captain Nobuichi Kusunoki, I. J. A.
Captain Nobuichi Obata, I. J. A.
Lieutenant Yoshitake Miwa, I. J. N.
Mr. Tomakazu Hori.
Mr. Ken Tsurumi.
Mr. Kaoru Maki.
Mr. Kiyoshi Fukui.
Mr. Fumio Morita..
Mr. Senpachi Tanaka..
Mr. Naokichi Kitazawa.
Mr. Kwan Yoshida..
Mr. Kaoru Toyoda.
Office of embassy.

First secretary of embassy.. 2736 Woodley Place.
Military attaché....... The Portland.
First secretary of embassy. Metropolitan Club.
Commercial secretary ... 165 Broadway, New

York City.
Second secretary of embassy.. The Cathedral Map

sions, South. Second secretary of embassy.. 1648 Argonne Place. Assistant naval attaché.... 2914 P Street. Third secretary of embassy.... 119 Chatham Courts. Assistant military attaché... Assistant military attaché.. Assistant naval attaché.. Attaché. Attaché. Attaché. Attaché. Attaché.. Attaché. Attaché. Attaché. Attaché.

1600 Rhode Island Ave. Consul general in New York

City in charge of legation (May 7, 1927).

115 Broad Street, New

York City.

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E. E. and M. P.

2622 Sixteenth Street. Secretary of legation and 2622 Sixteenth Street.

chargé d'affaires ad interim (May 21, 1927).

2622 Sixteenth Street.

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Chargé d'affaires (Oct. 12, 1920)
Ambassador E. and P. 2829 Sixteenth Street.
Counselor of embassy.

Fontanet Courts.
Second secretary.

Tiffany Apartments. Second secretary

The Argonne. Third secretary.

The Embassy Apart

ments. Commercial attaché..... 923 Kennedy Street. Assistant commercial attaché.. Monadnock Building,

San Francisco, Calif. 2829 Sixteenth Street.

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Jonkheer Richard van Schuylenburch......-Attaché. Office of legation....

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Siam....

Oct. 15, 1926.

Lieutenant General Phya Vijitavongs... E. E. and M. P....

2300 Kalorama Road. Phya Nides Virajkich (Mr. Edward H. Counselor of legation.... The Dresden,

Loftus).
Phra Sundara Vachana.

First secretary of legation..... 2300 Kalorama Road.
Luang Debavadi....

Third secretary of legation.... 2300 Kalorama Road. Mr. Nobpawan Purnasri.

Attaché...

2300 Kalorama Road. Office of legation....

2300 Kalorama Road.

Spain....

Oct. 11, 1926.

2801 Sixteenth Street. 2700 Fifteenth Street.

2700 Fifteenth Street. 2801 Sixteenth Street.

2700 Fifteenth Street

Señor Don Alejandro Padilla y Bell... Ambassador E. and P...
Señor Don Mariano de Amoedo y Galar- | Counselor of embassy.

mendi.
Señor Don José M. Linares-Rivas.... Secretary of embassy..
Señor Don Ramon Padilla y de Satrustegui. Attaché..
Señor Conde de Santa Cruz de los Manuelos. Attaché.
Señor Don Juan de las Barcenas y de la Attaché.

Huerta.
Señor Don Fernando Silvela y de Tordesillas. Attaché..
Commander Adolfo H. de Solás, Royal Naval attaché.

Spanish Navy.
Major Victoriano Casajus, Royal Spanish Military attaché....

Army.
Office of embassy.-

2700 Fifteenth Street. Wardman Park Hotel.

Wardman Park Hotel.

2700 Fifteenth Street.

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XXVIII. FOREIGN CONSULAR OFFICERS IN THE UNITED STATES

(The letter “p" indicates provisional recognition; the letter "t" indicates temporary recognition)

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Alabama.
California.

Connecticut.

Florida...

Georgia.

Mlinois....

Louisiana.

Mobile..... G. Russell Ladd, vice consul.

July 27, 1921 Los Angeles... H. O. Niese, vice consul...

Apr. 20, 1923 San Francisco...

consul general.. Horacio Rovira, consul..

July 16, 1926 For Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Ne

vada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyo

ming.
For the Philippine Islands.
Boutwell Dunlap, vice consul.

Mar. 30, 1909
For California.
New Haven....... Juan Emilio Capurro, vice consul....

May 6, 1927
For Connecticut.
A palachicola.... William W. Pooser, vice consul.

Jan. 6, 1910
Jurisdiction also in St. Joseph.
Jacksonville.. George W. Hardee, vice consul.

Jan. 20, 1923
Pensacola
J. Harris Pierpont, vice consul.

Apr. 19, 1906
Brunswick. Rosendo Torrás, vice consul..

Feb. 1, 1923
Savannah.
W. H. Morrell, vice consul..

Feb. 10, 1923
Chicago..
Agustin Mariano Ojeda, consul

Nov. 4, 192
Agustin J. Fink, vice consul..

Oct. 13, 1925
For Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
Springfield.... Pedro Navarro, vice consul..

Mar. 22, 1926
New Orleans.

consul general.. For Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,

Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and

Texas.
Antonio Ashby, vice consul.

Aug. 11, 1927
Alfred LeBlanc, vice consul.

Apr. 20, 1906 Baltimore.... Hector I. Mendez, consul.

Aug. 13, 1927
Richard J. Leupold, vice consul.

Apr. 27, 1918
For Maryland.
Boston.
Manuel Gonzalez Durand, consul.

Jan. 12, 1923
Detroit.
Samuel Fitzpatrick, vice consul..

Feb. 17, 1923
Gulfport..
Guillermc Ross, vice consul

May 27, 1925
For Mississippi.
St. Louis..... Gustavo von Brecht, vice consul.

Apr. 21, 1906
New York City... Alejandro T. Bollini, consul general.

Nov. 2, 1925 Emilio Malbran, consul general.

Dec. 19, 1927
For Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Ken-

tucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia,
and Wisconsin.

For Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Cleveland..... Arturo G. Fauzon, vice consul.

June 18, 1928
For Ohio

Maryland.....

Massachusetts.
Michigan...
Mississippi...

Missouri.
New York.

Ohio...

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AUSTRIA Canal Zone... Illinois

Nov. 3, 1924
May 4, 1925

Panamá.

Adalbert Fastlich, honorary consul..
Chicago.

Michael F. Girten, honorary consul
For Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho,

Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New
Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South
Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyo-
ming.

For Hawaii, the Philippine Islands, and the Virgin Islands.
New York City... Friedrich Fischerauer, consul general......

For Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia,

Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee,

Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia.
San Juan..... J. D. Stubbe, honorary consul..

For Porto Rico.

New York.

Feb. 15, 1922

Porto Rico.-

Sept. 17, 1927

BELGIUM Alabama

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Jalifornia..

Nov. 1, 1927

May 8, 1923

Birmingham...... V. G. Nesbit, consul..

For the counties of Bibb, Blount, Calhoun, Cherokee,

Clay, Cleburne, Colbert, Cullman, Dekalb, Etowah,
Fayette, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Lamar, Lauderdale,
Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marion, Marshall,
Morgan, Pickens, Randolph, St. Clair, Shelby, Talladega,

Tuscaloosa, Walker, and Winston.
Mobile..... T. M. Ross, consul..

For Alabama, except that part comprised in the jurisdiction

of the vice consulate at Birmingham.
Los Angeles... Ch. Winsel, consul

For Arizona and southern California.
San Francisco...-- G. J. Simon, consul general..

For Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,

Oregon, Utah, and Wasbington.
For Hawaii.
J. Heurtematte, consul..

J. J. Henriquez, vice consul.
Denver... J. Mignolet, consul..

For Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming.
Hartford.

J. Leroux, vice consul.
Jacksonville.. J. H. Bland, vice consul....

For Florida.
Pensacola

H. Hilton Greene, vice consul.
Atlanta.

H. L. De Give, consul....

For Georgia, except southeastern Georgia

Canal Zone.....

June 29, 1925
June 29, 1925
Jan.

3, 1895

Colorado....

Connecticut Florida.

Nov. 20, 1924
July 12, 1922

Georgia.......

Nov. 23, 1922
Oct. 8, 1910

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