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Prague..

Lewis Einstein, envoy extraordinary and ininister New York.... Oct. 8, 1921 $10,000

plenipotentiary.
John Sterett Gittings, Jr., third secretary.

Maryland.... Mar. 15, 1926

4,000 Maj. William W. Hicks, military attaché.

Army...

Apr. 20, 1927
Elbert Baldwin, commercial attaché...

Dept. Commerce Sept. 20, 1926
Maj. George E. A. Reinburg, asst. mil. att. for air Army...

Oct. 27, 1927

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(France)
Paris.
Myron T. llerrick, ambassador extraordinary and Oblo........

Apr. 16, 1921 17,500
plenipotentiary.
Sheldon Whitehouse, counselor of embassy. New York... Apr. 16, 1921 9,000
George A. Gordon, first secretary.

New York.. May 11, 1927 7,000
Edwin C. Wilson, first secretary.

Florida.... Mar. 1, 1926

6.000 0. Harlan Miller, second secretary.

Pennsylvania... July 24, 1924 5,000 Benjamin Muse, second secretary..

Virginia.. Jan. 10. 1925 5,000 George R. Merrell, Jr., second secretary.

Missouri. Nov. 1, 1926 4,500
Gen. William W. Harts, military attaché. Army.

Oct. 25, 1926
Capt. Richard D. White, naval attaché.

Navy..

Apr. 30, 1926
Henry C. MacLean, commercial attaché.

Dept. Commercel Dec. 23, 1927
1 See below, Consular Service.
? See above, Diplomatic Service.
• The diplomatic officers here listed are accredited also to Latvia and Lithuania.

• Foreign Service officer, Class III, appointed to act as minister resident and consul general pursuant to Sec. 17 of an act of Congress approved May 24, 1924. Receives compensation as a Foreign Service officer.

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Alphonse Gaulin, consul general.

Rhode Island... July 8, 1926
H. Merle Cochran, consul..

Arizona...... Mar. 3, 1927
George Orr, consul.....

New Jersey.

June 6, 1925
Damon C. Woods, consul.

Texas..

Sept. 21, 1923
Raymond Davis, consul...

Maine.

Aug. 6, 1926
Marcel E. Malige, consul.

Idaho..

June 15, 1926
Alfred D. Cameron, vice consul.

Washington..

Apr. 2, 1925
Carlton Hurst, vice consul..

Dist. Columbia. May 19, 1927
Harold L. Smith, vice consul.

Pennsylvania... Jan. 8, 1926
Marc L. Severe, vice consul..

Iowa..

Apr. 15, 1919
William C. Young, vice consul..

Kentucky. Sept. 24, 1925
David Henry Slawson, vice consul.

Michigan.

Jan.

2, 1925 John R. Wood, vice consul..

Florida.

Mar. 27, 1922
Paul C. Betts, vice consul..

Pennsylvania... Mar. 2, 1925
William G. O'Brien, vice consul.

Massachusetts.. Dec. 29, 1925
Lucien Memminger, consul.

South Carolina. Apr. 28, 1923
James D. Child, vice consul.

Oregon.... Aug. 5, 1919
Frank Cussans, vice consul.

Ohio..

Apr. 23, 1926
Roy McWilliams, vice consul.

Illinois.

Apr. 17, 1920
Sam Park, vice consul..

Texas.

Nov. 15, 1920
James G. Carter, consul..

Georgia.

Mar. 28, 1927
William W. Corcoran, vice consul.

Massachusetts.. May 14, 1921
Samuel H. Wiley, consul..

North Carolina. Nov. 20, 1925
Fred H. Houck, vice consul.

Dist. Columbia. June 10, 1926
Lester Maynard, consul...

California.. Aug. 17, 1923
Rudolph J. Blais, vice consul..

New York. Oct. 21, 1926
Frederick C. Fairbanks, consular agent..

Mar. 11, 1916
Paul C. Squire, consul..

Massachusetts.. May 17, 1922

vice consul.. Hugh H. Watson, consul.

Vermont. May 17, 1922

vice consul..
Wesley Frost, consul general in charge.

Kentucky Feb. 16, 1921
Bernard F. Hale, consul...

Vermont. May 29, 1925
William E. De Courcy, consul.

Texas.

Aug. 24, 1927
Francis B. Moriarty, vice consul

Dist. Columbia. Nov. 29, 1926
Harold M. Collins, consul..

Virginia.---- June 24, 1926
Worthington E. Hagerman, vice consul.

Marylau t. Dec. 3, 1926
Otis A. Glazebrook, consul.

New Jersey Dec. 2, 1920
J. Lee Murphy, consul.

New York, Aug. 5, 1925

vice consul..
John D. Johnson, consul.

Vermont. July 12, 1926
Reginald II. Williams, vice consul.

New York Mar. 24, 1927

6,000 4,000

5,000

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Algiers, Algeria....

Lewis W. Haskell, consul general in charge.. *Oran, Algeria..

Albert H. Elford, consular agent... Dakar, Senegal, French West

.consul.. Africa.

George C. Cobb, vice consul. Guadeloupe, French West Indies.. William II. Hunt, consul..

vice consul.. Martinique, French West Indies.. Walter S. Reineck, consul..

Rudolph A. Schausten, vice consul.. Saigon, French Indo-China..... Harris N. Cookingham, consul..

Acton Poulet, vice consul.

Raymond Lanctot, vice consul.. Tabiti, Society Islands, Oceania.. Lewis V. Boyle, consul.....

Scudder Mersman, vice consul. Tananarive, Madagascar...

consul..
Paul Dean Thompson, vice consul,
Tunis, Tunisia...

Ieland L. Smith, consul...
Charles B. Beylard, vice consul...

4, 500

Ohio..
California.
New York...
New York..
Virginia....
California..
Missouri,

Nov. 20. 1925
Sept. 8, 1926
Oct. 23. 1924
Apr. 5, 1922
Sept. 6, 1927
Sept. 21, 1923
Feb. 10, 1972

4,000

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GERMANY

Berlin..

17,500

9,000 7,000 4,000 2, 750

Jacob Gould Schurman, ambassador extraordinary New York...... Mar. 17, 1925

and plenipotentiary.
DeWitt C. Poole, counselor of embassy.

Illinois.

Feb. 4, 1926
John C. Wiley, first secretary..

Indiana.

July 22, 1926
Gustave Pabst, Jr., tbird secretary..

Wisconsin Sept. 2, 1926
David McK. Key, third secretary..

Tennessee July 18, 1927
Col. Arthur L. Conger, military attaché.

Army..

Sept. 29, 1924
Capt. George M. Baum, naval attaché..

Navy.

Sept. 24, 1927
Fayette W. Allport, commercial attaché.

Dept. Commerce Mar. 10, 1926
Maj. Bertram L. Cadwalader, asst. mil. attaché... Army.

Jan. 14, 1925
Maj. Hermann H. Zornig, asst. mil. attaché.... Army.

Dec. 27, 1928
Maj. George E. A. Reinburg, asst. mil. att. for air.. Army.

Dec. 21, 1927
Com. John R. Beardall, åsst. nav. attaché.. Navy.

Mar. 13, 1926
Com. James Orville Gawne, asst. nav. attaché.. Navy.

May 6, 1926
Lt. Com, R. D. Kirkpatrick, asst. nav. attaché... Navy..

Dec. 22, 1926
Douglas P. Miller, asst. com'l attaché....

Dept. Commerce Jan. 21, 1925

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Cologne..

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Dresden.

7,000 3,500

Frankfort on the Main....

7,000 3,500

Hamburg...

6,000 3,500 2,500 2, 500

J. Klabr Huddle, consul..
Hugh 8. Fullerton, cousul...
J. Holbrook Chapman, vice consul.
Julius C. Jensen, vice consul.
Edward S. Parker, rice consul.
Arminius T. Haeberle, consul general in charge..
George P. Waller, consul...
Stanley R. Lawson, vice consul.
Charles M. Gerrity, vice consul..

..consul general.
Hamilton C. Claiborne, consul.
Christian M. Ravndal, consul..
Charl C. L. B. Wyles, vice consul.
Thomas H. Bevan, consul.
E. Talbot Smith, consul...
William E. Beitz, vice consul.
Knowlton V. Hicks, vice consul.
George F. Kennan, vice consul..
Malcolm C. Burke, vice consul.
Hernando de Soto, consul..
Frederik van den Arend, consul.
William L. Peck, vice consul..
Andrew Gilchrist, vice consul...
Charles M. Hathaway, jr., consul general..
Alfred W. Donegan, consul
James M. Bowcock, vice consul.
Casimir T. Zawadzki, vice consul.
C. Clarence Frick, vice consul.
John E. Kehl, consul...
Conger Reynolds, consul..
Howard C. Taylor, vice consul.
Hugh F. Ramsay, vice consul.
Marc Smith, vice consul
Brigg A. Perkins, vice consul..

2, 500

Leipzig...

6,000 3,600 2,750

Virginia.

Jan. 6, 1926
lows..

Aug. 7, 1924
Oklahoma. Aug. 7, 1924
Maryland. Oct. 23, 1924
Connecticut Mar. 16, 1926
New York... Aug. 3, 1925
New York... May 9, 1927
Wisconsin.. July 15, 1927
Alabama. April 30, 1927
California.. Nov, 15, 1921
North Carolina. July 16, 1927
Connecticut. Mar. 9, 1925
New York. May 6, 1926
Pennsylvania... July 27, 1927
Alabama.. Sept. 24, 1925
Colorado.

Apr. 16, 1925

Sept. 5, 1925
Nebraska Dec. 17, 1927
Ohio.

June 11, 1924
Iowa..

Sept. 9, 1924
South Dakota... Oct. 21, 1924
Dist. Columbia. Apr. 20, 1927
Ohio....

July 12, 1926
California. June 22, 1927

Munich.

7,000 16,000

Stuttgart....

7,000 3, 500 2,750 2,500

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

(Great Britain-Northern Ireland)

London...

17,500

8,000 4, 500 4,500 2, 750

Alanson B. Houghton, ambassador extraordinary New York...... Feb. 24, 1925

and plenipotentiary.
Ray Atherton, counselor of embassy..

Ilinois... Sept. 26, 1927
Raymond E. Cox, second secretary

New York. Oct.

1, 1926
William H. Taylor, second secretary.

Pennsylvania. Feb. 2, 1924
Robert L. Buell, third secretary...

New York. Apr. 7, 1927
Col. John R. Thomas, Jr., military attaché.

Army...

Aug. 16, 1927
Capt. William C. Watts, naval attaché.

Navy..

Jan. 19, 1926
William L. Cooper, commercial attaché.

Dept. Commerce June 11, 1926
Maj. Charles G. Mettler, asst. inil, attaché.... ..- Army.

Mar. 6, 1926
Maj. Hubert R. Harmon, asst. mil. attaché for air. Army.

Dec, 21, 1927
1st Lieut. John C. MacArthur, asst. mil. attaché.. Army.

Mar. 12, 1927
Com. John R. Beardall, asst. nav. attaché..

Navy.

Mar. 13, 1926
Com. James Orville Gawne, Asst. nav. attaché.. Navy.

May 6, 1926
Lt. Com. R. D. Kirkpatrick, asst. nav. attaché... Navy.

Dec. 22, 1926
Hugh D, Butler, asst. corn'l attaché..

Dept. Commerce Jan. 22, 1925
Ilenry B. Smith, asst. com'l attaché..

Dept. Commerce May 29, 1925

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