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Honorary foreign consuls in Duval County

   Argentina: George W. Hardee (Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1923-35) Ramón Ureta (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1940-47)
   Belgium: Walter Mucklow (Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1921) J. H. Bland (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1922-25) A. J. Rosenthal (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1935-44) Spencer Robinson (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville 1957-59)
   Brazil: Joel H. Tucker (Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1929)
   Cuba: Harry B. Stout (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1908) Julio Rodriguez Embil (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville 1909-11) Crescencio Sacerio y Arencibia (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1914)
   Dominican Republic: Herbert B. Moller (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1950) Emilio Carles (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1950-54)
   Germany: Ernst Steinke (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1935)
   Great Britain: Walter Mucklow (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1935)
   Guatemala: J. J. Raleigh (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1929) Emilio Carles (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1931) Raymond A. MacDonell (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1931)
   Honduras: James Samuel Easterby (Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1915) Emilio Carles (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville 1931-54) Cristina S. Carles (Consul in Jacksonville 1954-58)
   Norway: Jason Curry Outler (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville as of 1935-50)
   Panama: Emilio Carles (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1935)
   Spain: Juan Ferrer y Quintana (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1902-07) Emilio Carles (Honorary Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1935-54) Cristina S. Carles (Vice Consul in Jacksonville 1954-58)
   Uruguay: Raymond A. MacDonell (Vice Consul in Jacksonville & Fernandina 1923) W. R. Lovett (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville as of 1948)
   Venezuela: James Y. Muñoz (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville 1914-16) Ramón Ureta (Honorary Consul in Jacksonville 1949-50)

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