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Distrito Federal

U.S. consular officials in Distrito Federal

   Mexico City (Ciudad de México): James Smith Wilcocks (Commercial Agent 1822) — James Smith Wilcocks (Consul 1823-33) — Richard Pollard (Consul 1833-34) — William S. Parrott (Consul 1834-36) — W. D. Jones (Consul 1836-43) — John Black (Consul 1843-61) — Marcus Otterbourg (Consul 1861-67) — Justin E. Colburn (Consul General 1878) — David H. Strother (Consul General as of 1884) — B. T. Leuzarder (Vice Consul General as of 1884) — Richard W. Guenther (Consul General 1890-93) — Thomas T. Crittenden (Consul General as of 1893-97) — Andrew D. Barlow (Consul General 1897-1904) — Edward M. Conly (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1904) — James R. Parsons, Jr. (Consul General 1904-05) — Charles C. Eberhardt (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1904-06) — Alfred L. M. Gottschalk (Consul General 1906-08) — Benjamin H. Ridgely (Consul General 1908) — Arnold Shanklin (Consul General 1909-14) — Henry M. Wolcott (Vice & Deputy Consul 1912-14) — Joseph W. Rowe (Vice Consul as of 1917) — Thomas McEnelly (Vice Consul 1918-19) — Caspar L. Dreier (Vice Consul 1918) — Thomas D. Bowman (Consul 1922-25) — Claude I. Dawson (Consul General as of 1922-24) — Ernest E. Evans (Vice Consul 1923-25) — John McArdle (Vice Consul 1923) — Edward P. Lowry (Vice Consul as of 1924) — Reed Paige Clark (Consul 1925-26) — Fayette J. Flexer (Vice Consul 1925-27) — Alexander W. Weddell (Consul General as of 1926-27) — Charles W. Lewis, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1926) — George H. Winters (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — Harold C. Wood (Vice Consul as of 1926) — John McArdle (Vice Consul 1926-27) — Lawrence Higgins (Vice Consul as of 1927-29) — Charles W. Lewis, Jr. (Consul as of 1927-29) — Harry B. Ott (Vice Consul as of 1927) — Reed Paige Clark (Consul 1927-28) — William Dawson (Consul General 1928-30) — Dudley G. Dwyre (Consul as of 1929-32) — James E. Brown, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Stephen E. Aguirre (Vice Consul 1929-32) — William S. Farrell (Vice Consul 1929-30) — William F. Cavenaugh (Vice Consul 1929-30) — John Wilson, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1930-38) — Robert Frazer, Jr. (Consul General 1930-32) — Nathaniel J. Lancaster, Jr. (Vice Consul 1931-32) — Edward P. Borden (Vice Consul 1931) — John S. Littell (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Milton P. Thompson (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Winfield H. Minor (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Victor M. Lenzer (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Thomas J. Maleady (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Oscar W. Frederickson (Vice Consul 1932-38) — Hyman Goldstein (Vice Consul 1933) — Julian F. Harrington (Consul 1935-38) — John D. Jernegan (Vice Consul 1936-38) — Aaron S. Brown (Vice Consul 1937-38) — James B. Stewart (Consul General 1938-40) — Paul Paddock (Vice Consul 1938) — Charles L. De Vault (Consul as of 1938) — S. Roger Tyler, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Victor H. Loftus (Vice Consul as of 1938) — George L. Brandt (Consul 1938) — Edward Anderson, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Stephen C. Worster (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Willard Galbraith (Consul 1938-39) — Paul C. Hutton (Consul 1939-41) — Norman L. Christianson (Vice Consul 1939) — Fulton Freeman (Vice Consul 1939) — John C. Fuess (Vice Consul 1939) — Joseph Palmer II (Vice Consul 1940) — Claude G. Ross (Vice Consul 1940-41) — Charles W. Adair, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1941) — Maurice L. Stafford (Consul 1941) — Harold D. Finley (Consul as of 1943) — William K. Ailshie (Consul General as of 1954)
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