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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Greece

Charles Keating Tuckerman (Minister 1868-71) John M. Francis (Minister 1871-73) John Meredith Read, Jr. (Minister 1873-77) John Meredith Read, Jr. (Charge d'Affaires 1877-79) Eugene Schuyler (Minister 1882-84) Walker Fearn (Minister 1885-89) A. Loudon Snowden (Minister 1889-92) Truxtun Beale (Minister 1892-93) Eben Alexander (Minister 1893-97) William W. Rockhill (Minister 1897-99) Arthur S. Hardy (Minister 1899-1901) Charles S. Francis (Minister 1901-02) John B. Jackson (Minister 1902-07) Richmond Pearson (Minister 1907-09) George H. Moses (Minister 1909-12) William H. Gale (Charge d'Affaires 1910) Jacob Gould Schurman (Minister 1912-13) George F. Williams (Minister 1913-14) Garrett Droppers (Minister 1914-20) Edward Capps (Minister 1920) Irwin Laughlin (Minister 1924-26) Robert P. Skinner (Minister 1926-32) Lincoln MacVeagh (Minister 1933-41) A. J. Drexel Biddle, Jr. (Minister 1941-42) A. J. Drexel Biddle, Jr. (Ambassador 1942-43) Alexander C. Kirk (Ambassador 1943) Lincoln MacVeagh (Ambassador 1943-47) Henry F. Grady (Ambassador 1948-50) John E. Peurifoy (Ambassador 1950-53) Cavendish W. Cannon (Ambassador 1953-56) George V. Allen (Ambassador 1956-57) James W. Riddleberger (Ambassador 1958-59) Ellis O. Briggs (Ambassador 1959-62) Henry R. Labouisse, Jr. (Ambassador 1962-65) Phillips Talbot (Ambassador 1965-69) Henry J. Tasca (Ambassador 1969-74) Jack B. Kubisch (Ambassador 1974-77) Robert J. McCloskey (Ambassador 1978-81) Monteagle Stearns (Ambassador 1981-85) Robert V. Keeley (Ambassador 1985-89) Michael G. Sotirhos (Ambassador 1989-) Thomas Michael Tolliver Niles (Ambassador 1993) R. Nicholas Burns (Ambassador 1997) Thomas Joel Miller (Ambassador 2001)

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