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Honorary foreign consuls in Mobile

   Argentina: Lloyd D. Batré (Vice Consul 1896-1903) — Manuel S. Macias (Consul 1897-1903) — Manuel S. Macias (Vice Consul 1906-20) — G. Russell Ladd (Honorary Vice Consul 1921-47) — Luis Jorge Chretienneau (Vice Consul as of 1942)
   Belgium: Robert B. du Mont (Honorary Consul 1893-1903) — T. J. McSweeney (Consul 1915-21) — Albert Tellier (Honorary Consul as of 1935-59)
   Bolivia: T. G. McGonigal (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1921-35)
   Brazil: Luis M. Moragues (Vice Consul 1901-02) — T. G. McGonigal (Commercial Agent 1903-07) — T. G. McGonigal (Consul as of 1929)
   Central America: Luis M. Moragues (Consular Agent 1897-98)
   Colombia: William A. LeBaron (Consul 1901-02) — Leonard D. LeBaron (Consul 1902) — Juan Llorca Marty (Consul 1905-07)
   Costa Rica: Paul E. Rapier (Consul 1900-07) — Luis M. Moragues (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1908) — Thomas D. Nettles (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Bernard H. Eichold (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Denmark: Joseph R. Edwards (Vice Consul 1876-77) — William H. Leinkauf (Vice Consul 1892-1901) — Louis Donald (Vice Consul 1902-07) — Thomas Stone Leatherbury (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935) — Neander Douglas Cunningham (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Dominican Republic: T. G. McGonigal (Vice Consul as of 1921-35) — John Jones (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Ecuador: T. G. McGonigal (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   El Salvador: Benjamin Toomar (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   France: Jean Marques (Consular Agent 1892-1902) — G. A. Rivière (Consular Agent 1905-07) — George T. Cowles (Consular Agent as of 1935)
   Germany: Ernst Holzborn (Consul 1889-1902) — Walter Hermann Zingelmann (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Guatemala: Jean Marques (Consular Agent 1896-1902) — W. Steber, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1929-44)
   Haiti: Charles M. Bancroft (Vice Consul 1880-95) — Jean Marques (Vice Consul 1896-1902) — James Thomas (Consul as of 1915) — T. G. McGonigal (Consul as of 1921) — Richard Murray (Honorary Consul as of 1931-44)
   Honduras: Luis M. Moragues (Consular Agent 1899-1900) — T. G. McGonigal (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Japan: William Peter Hutchison (Honorary Consul 1902-14) — Henry H. Clark (Honorary Consul as of 1921-35)
   Liberia: George W. Lovejoy (Consul 1899-1907)
   Mexico: William A. LeBaron (Vice Consul 1890-1902) — Leonard D. LeBaron (Vice Consul 1902) — Juan E. Petit (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Netherlands: Joseph R. Edwards (Consul 1881) — William H. Leinkauf (Vice Consul 1897-1901) — Alfred Proskauer (Vice Consul 1902-08) — L. K. Van Leer (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Nicaragua: William A. LeBaron (Consul 1889-96) — Luis M. Moragues (Consular Agent 1899-1902) — Luis M. Moragues (Consul 1901-02)
   Norway: Louis Donald (Vice Consul 1906-07) — Thomas Alden Provence (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935-50)
   Panama: Miguel Alvarez (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914) — Julio Zambeta (Consular Agent as of 1921) — A. H. Diaz (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Paraguay: Elliott G. Rickarby (Vice Consul 1902) — Herbert C. Brown (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Peru: Herbert C. Brown (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1929)
   Russia: A. I. Kleinbach (Vice Consul as of 1868) — Murray Wheeler (Vice Consul 1892-1911)
   Spain: William A. LeBaron (Honorary Vice Consul 1901) — Luis M. Moragues (Honorary Consul 1902-07) — Juan Llorca Marty (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914-35)
   Sweden: Robert Bennett Turner (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1929-35)
   Sweden & Norway: Joseph R. Edwards (Vice Consul 1873-77) — William H. Leinkauf (Vice Consul 1890-1901)
   Uruguay: Luis M. Moragues (Vice Consul 1897-1902) — Juan Llorca Marty (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935-40)
   Venezuela: T. G. McGonigal (Honorary Consul 1914-24)
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