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Honorary foreign consuls in Philadelphia

   Argentina: Edward Shippen (Consul 1872-88) — Edward Shippen (Consul 1892-95) — William P. Wilson (Consul 1896-1903) — William P. Wilson (Honorary Vice Consul 1906-25)
   Austria-Hungary: Lars Westergaard (Consul 1872-93) — Arnold Katz (Honorary Vice Consul 1891-99) — Alfred J. Ostheimer (Consul 1894-1903)
   Belgium: Paul Hagemans (Consul General 1890-1903) — Jules Leroux (Honorary Consul as of 1935-44) — Jacques Leroux (Honorary Consul 1953-59)
   Bolivia: Wilfred H. Schoff (Honorary Consul 1898-1929)
   Brazil: Edward S. Sayres (Vice Consul 1841-77) — John Mason, Jr. (Vice Consul 1877-99) — Napoleon Bonaparte Kelly (Vice Consul 1901-07) — Henry C. Sheppard (Commercial Agent 1906-07) — Henry C. Sheppard (Vice Consul as of 1929)
   Central America: Samuel Welsh (Consul General 1897) — Robert J. Winsmore (Consul General 1898)
   Chile: Edward Shippen (Consul 1872-98) — William P. Wilson (Consul 1899-1902) — Dudley Bartlett (Consul 1904-14) — Manuel Moreno Lajaña (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   China: Thomas W. Barlow (Honorary Consul 1905-07)
   Colombia: Leon de la Cova (Vice Consul 1867-77) — William Harper (Consul 1900-07) — Octavio Diaz Valenzuela (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Costa Rica: Gustav Niederlein (Consul 1896-1907) — Henry C. Potter (Vice Consul 1899-1902) — Carlos G. Perez (Honorary Consul as of 1935) — Eduardo Azuola Aubert (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Czechoslovakia: Charles Robinson Toothaker (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Denmark: Edward S. Sayres (Vice Consul 1862) — J. N. Wallem (Vice Consul 1895-1907) — Ludvig Theodor Brehm (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Dominican Republic: Thomas B. Wanamaker (Consul 1895-1902) — Rodman Wanamaker (Consul as of 1921) — Roberto D. Abrahams (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50) — John W. Hartzell (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Ecuador: Edward Shippen (Consul 1873-97) — Cassius A. Green (Consul 1899-1907)
   El Salvador: Nicholas Pedroso (Honorary Consul as of 1935) — Jorge Hipsley (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Finland: Norbert A. Considine (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Germany: Charles H. Meyer (Consul 1872-98) — Charles H. Meyer (Consul 1898-UZ ) — Arno Paul Mowitz (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Greece: Albert H. Lennox (Consul 1881-91) — S. Edwin Megargee (Consul 1900-02)
   Guatemala: Samuel Welsh (Honorary Consul General 1897-1900) — Gustav Niederlein (Honorary Consul 1902-08) — Dudley Bartlett (Honorary Consul 1910-15) — J. W. Purner (Honorary Consul as of 1931) — Reginald F. Chutter (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Haiti: Albert H. Lennox (Vice Consul 1877-83) — Albert H. Lennox (Consul 1883-91) — Louis Elson (Honorary Consul 1931-47) — Raymond Pace Alexander (Honorary Consul 1947)
   Honduras: Robert J. Winsmore (Consul General 1898-1907) — Joaquin Alvarado, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Iceland: J. Harry La Brum (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Italy: Chevalier Armando Salati (Honorary Vice Consul 1923-35)
   Japan: Alfred J. Ostheimer (Honorary Consul 1897-1902) — J. Franklin McFadden (Honorary Consul 1904-35)
   Latvia: John M. Hemphill (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Liberia: William E. Rothery (Consul 1888-95) — Robert C. Moon (Consul 1897-98) — Robert C. Moon (Vice Consul 1902)
   Mexico: Caspar Wistar Haines (Vice Consul 1901)
   Netherlands: Lars Westergaard (Consul 1866-93) — Arnold Katz (Vice Consul 1894-1917) — P. J. Groenendaal (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Nicaragua: Henry C. Potter (Consul 1875-96) — Cassius A. Green (Consul 1899-1902) — Rafael Deshon (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Norway: Mathias Moe (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935) — Mathias Moe (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Panama: Wilfred H. Schoff (Vice Consul 1904-22) — Carlos Berguido, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Paraguay: Rodman Wanamaker (Consul General as of 1921) — Henry P. Pilgert (Honorary Consul as of 1940)
   Peru: Wilfred H. Schoff (Honorary Consul 1898-1921)
   Portugal: Edward S. Sayres (Vice Consul 1850-76) — John Mason, Jr. (Vice Consul 1877-1906) — Camilo Camara (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Romania: Mihail Marian (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Russia: Henry A. Préaut (Vice Consul 1863-77) — H. Frank Robinson (Vice Consul 1892-94) — H. Frank Robinson (Vice Consul 1894-UZ )
   Santo Domingo: Thomas B. Wanamaker (Consul 1885-94)
   Siam: William E. Goodman (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Spain: Horace Chester Newcomb (Honorary Vice Consul 1901-18)
   Sweden: Maurice Hogeland (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Sweden & Norway: Edward S. Sayres (Vice Consul 1854) — Lars Westergaard (Vice Consul 1874-93) — J. N. Wallem (Vice Consul 1895-1902)
   Switzerland: Rudolph Koradi (Consul 1864-1907)
   Thailand: William E. Goodman (Honorary Consul as of 1940)
   Uruguay: Rodman Wanamaker (Consul as of 1914-26) — Alberto Secco Ellauri (Honorary Consul as of 1934-40)
   Venezuela: Leon de la Cova (Consul 1869-77) — Winfield S. Bird (Vice Consul 1897-1904) — Carlos César Colmenares (Honorary Consul as of 1926) — Lorenzo Mendoza Fleury (Honorary Consul 1943-44) — Luis A. Lopez Mendez (Honorary Consul 1945)
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