« PreviousContinue »
WAR TRADE BOARD SECTION
John F. MURPHY, in Charge
Clerks Clayton S. Becker
Lucy E. Burnell David Crenshaw
Daniel Henry Tilton William A. Poole
Berry Williams Joseph D. Steele
Erwin P. Hair Maurice W. Lacey
Joseph T. Keating Rose P. Fuller
Florence L. Welch James A. O'Keefe
Marie Ackermann William V. Madden
Leo J. Vincelette Winfield S. Byars
L. James Falck John B. Wells
Scott H. Dow Addie J. McCarthy
William W. Cummans John S. Whitt
Margaret I. Gates Oscar G. Pike
Delia Tumulty Walter H. Anderson
Frances B. Paxson Kathryn H. Conrad
Glenn M. Gillette Percy 0. Tillett
Vallie Whittington Mary A. Sadler
Daniel J. Durning Ella Ruth Rinker
Florence M. Clayton Nina B. McCuen
Lillian F. Phillips Frank E. Duvall
Elizabeth S. Doane De Lyle Davis
Meigs E. Newkirk Mary A. Fuerst
Frances L. Jarboe Loretta E. Fitzgerald
Clarence L. Bahr Samuel S. Ford
Leo B. Hurney Olive F. Hardisty
Frank Place Kirby L. Prince
Ada G. Settle Marjorie D. Glennan
Rhoda A. Mathews Sarah B. McLean
Ralph H. Gibeau Laura M. Miles
Nannie W. Berrey Florence P. Graves
Maurice J. Kavanaugh Katherine Neale
Dorothy Jackson Milford A. Shipley
Nellie Bresnahan Ira P. Meyer
Frances C. Gibson Linwood H. Perkins
Ira James Noe
Charles D. Dye
Charles L. Johnson
Roswell N. Pinckney Edward T. Simmons
William L. Lewis James W. Hardy
Percy H. Evans Ralph C. Walker
Carothers H. Smith
Rufus R. Burnett
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS Is charged with the keeping of all accounts of the Department and Foreign Service; the adminis
trative examination of all accounts; the approval of all accounts for transmission to the Comptroller General of the United States, together with the preparation of correspondence in relation thereto; the making of all finaneial reports and statements for the administrative officers of the Department; has general administrative supervision of all disbursing officers under the Department of State.
WILLIAM McNeir, Chief of Bureau
HARRY R. YOUNG, Assistant Chief of Bureau
FRANK 0. McNEW
Is charged with matters connected with the adminstration of the immigration laws in so far as they concern the Department of State and its officers abroad.
GEORGE L. BRANDT, Chief of the Office
MONNETT B. Davis,' Assistant Chief of the Office
Eliot B. COULTER
Clerks Marjorie Moss
Elsie M. Schneider Herbert B. Monroe
Earl A. Cushing Estelle Crawford
Evelyn E. Cosh Frances I. Smith
Elisabeth L. Buskie Gladys F. Kaiser
Inez A. Ayers Elizabeth Hecht
Dorothy M. Leef
Myra L. Goodwin
William G. Williams
OFFICE OF COORDINATION AND REVIEW
Reviews all outgoing diplomatic, consular, and other correspondence. Coordinates the correspond
ence of the several bureaus of the Department for consideration and initialing when necessary. Dispatches the mail and certifies copies thereof for the records. Maintains a current readyreference file and an index of diplomatic precedents. Advises the bureaus of the Department of changes in forms of address or changes in the accepted style of correspondence.
MARGARET M. Hanna, Chief of the Office
'Foreign Service officer.
Blanche V. Rule
Sallie F. Ross
Mary G. Lackey
Margaret P. Quigley
FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS OFFICE
Has general supervision of matters relating to the housing of diplomatic and consular establish
ments abroad and the protection and maintenance of properties owned or to be acquired by the United States for such purpose. The office has charge of programs of expenditures, with the approval of the budget officer of the Department, for the acquisition, construction, alteration, or furnishing of such properties.
KEITH MERRILL, Chief
Elvia B. Allpress
The Disbursing Officer is charged with the receipt of all funds and the payment of all accounts of the Department.
William F. CRAMER, Disbursing Officer
BOARD OF REVIEW FOR EFFICIENCY RATINGS
Robert E. Olds, Chairman
Ruth B. Shipley
E. J. Ayers
1 Foreign Service officer.
Charles C. Hart, envoy extraordinary and minister Dist. Columbia. May 27, 1925 $10,000
Massachusetts.. Mar. 27, 1926 4,000
George C. Minor, vice consul..
West Virginia.. June 16, 1926
Robert Woods Bliss, ambassador extraordinary New York...... Feb. 17, 1927
Jan. 7, 1926
New York. Aug. 15, 1926
Sept. 10, 1926
May 24, 1927
Dept. Commerce Aug. 30, 1926
John P. Hurley, consul...
New York.... June 6, 1925 5,000 Richard B. Haven, consul....
Illinois.... May 7, 1926 3,500 C. Warwick Perkins, jr., vice consul.
Maryland. Nov. 8, 1924 2,750
Illinois... Aug. 13, 1926
New York. Mar. 25, 1926 Consular agencies are indicated by an asterisk. For the act fixing compensation of consular agents and a table of fees received at each agency, see Sec. XIV, p. 79.
Name and rank
Hugh S. Gibson, ambassador extraordinary and California....... Feb. 17, 1927 $17,500
Pennsylvania... July 19, 1927 6,000
Colorado... Sept. 18, 1925 3,000
Apr. 9, 1927
Dept.Commerce June 17, 1927
9,000 4,500 4,000 3,000
Claude I. Dawson, consul general..
South Carolina.. Nov. 16, 1926
Nebraska... Aug. 11, 1924
California. July 15, 1927
Illinois... Feb. 14, 1927
New York. Sept. 24, 1923
New York. Oct. 28, 1925
Kentucky Oct. 23, 1926
Feb. 5, 1926
Oct. 28, 1925
South Carolina.. Feb. 16, 1927
Massachusetts.. May 9, 1912
New York. Feb. 26, 1926
Aug. 17, 1925 *Ceará...
.consular agent.Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul. Charles Roy Nasmith, consul
New York. Apr. 8, 1927
Kentucky. Jan. 23, 1926
Dec. 18, 1923
June 24, 1926
Georgia... June 7, 1923
New York. Dec. 2, 1926
3, 1927 1 See below, Consular Service.
· The diplomatic officers here listed are accredited also to Luxemburg. : See above, Diplomatic Service.
3,000 4,500 Fees 4,500