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U.S. consular officials in Austria


Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Austria

   Innsbruck: August Bargehr (Consular Agent 1893-99)
   Vienna: P. Sidney Post (Consul 1866-74) William Hertz (Vice Consul 1869-74) P. Sidney Post (Consul General 1874-79) James Riley Weaver (Consul General as of 1883-84) William Herz (Vice Consul General as of 1884) Clarence M. Hyde (Deputy Consul General as of 1884) Otto Maass (Vice Consul General 1885-89) Edmund Jussen (Consul General as of 1889) Otto Schiffer (Deputy Consul General as of 1889) Julius Goldschmidt (Consul General as of 1889) William B. Murphy (Deputy Consul General 1890-93) Anton Schlessing (Deputy Consul General 1893) Max Judd (Consul General 1893) Dean B. Mason (Vice Consul General 1893-95) Martin Berolzheimer (Vice Consul as of 1897) Carlton Bailey Hurst (Consul General 1897-1903) Alvesto S. Hogue (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1898-1905) William A. Rublee (Consul General 1903-09) Robert W. Heingartner (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1907-14) Charles Denby (Consul General 1909-15) Albert Halstead (Consul General 1915-17) Hugo Thorsch (Vice Consul as of 1916-17) Robert W. Heingartner (Vice Consul 1916-17) Carol H. Foster (Consul 1919-24) Robert W. Heingartner (Consul 1920-26) Christian M. Ravndal (Vice Consul as of 1922-24) Joseph F. Burt (Vice Consul as of 1922-24) Stephen E. C. Kendrick (Vice Consul as of 1922-24) Donald S. White (Vice Consul as of 1924-26) Thomas R. Flack (Vice Consul 1924-26) John P. Hurley (Consul 1925-29) Richard B. Haven (Consul as of 1926-31) Warwick Perkins (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) Girvan Teall (Vice Consul 1926-27) Thomas R. Flack (Vice Consul 1926-38) John W. Scott (Vice Consul 1929-32) Walter J. Linthicum (Vice Consul as of 1931-35) Ernest L. Harris (Consul General as of 1931-32) Francis R. Stewart (Consul as of 1932) Reed Paige Clark (Consul as of 1935) Alan S. Rogers (Consul 1935-36) John C. Wiley (Consul General 1937-38) John H. Lord (Consul 1937-39) G. Frederick Reinhardt (Vice Consul 1938) Parker T. Hart (Vice Consul 1938-39) John H. Morgan (Consul 1938-39) Duncan M. White (Vice Consul as of 1938) Donald W. Brown (Vice Consul 1939) Ogden H. Hammond, Jr. (Vice Consul 1939) Duncan M. White (Vice Consul 1945-46) Eleanor C. Raynor (Vice Consul 1945-46) Hugo V. Newell (Vice Consul 1945-46) Harold N. Taylor (Vice Consul 1945-46) Samuel O. Lane (Consul 1954-55)
   Atlanta, Ga.: Robert M. Bunzl (Honorary Consul 1957-59)
   Baltimore, Md.: Charles William Galloway (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Chicago, Ill.: Michael F. Girten (Honorary Consul 1925-29) Michael F. Girten (Honorary Consul General 1935)
   Cleveland, Ohio: Victor F. J. Tlach (Honorary Consul as of 1929) Viktor F. J. Tisch (Honorary Consul General as of 1935) Edward F. Werner (Honorary Consul 1953-59)
   Dallas, Tex.: William K. St. Clair (Honorary Consul 1953-59)
   Detroit, Mich.: Norman Birnkrant (Honorary Consul 1953-59)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Friedrich Waller (Honorary Consul 1935) Friedrich Waller (Honorary Consul General 1948-59)
   Miami, Fla.: G. Hugo Whitehouse (Honorary Consul 1954-59)
   New Orleans, La.: Henry L. Newell (Honorary Consul 1953-59)
   Panama Canal Zone: Adalbert Fastlich (Honorary Consul 1924-29) August Jacobs-Kantstein (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Portland, Ore.: Henry J. Bloch (Honorary Consul 1954-59)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: Wilder Lucas (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Karl Christian Weber (Honorary Consul 1950-59)
   San Juan, P.R.: J. D. Stubbe (Honorary Consul as of 1929-35)

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