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Central America

U.S. consular officials in Guatemala

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Guatemala

   Champerico: Florentin Souza (Consular Agent as of 1884) — J. A. C. Kauffmann (Consular Agent as of 1898) — Pedro A. Bruni (Consular Agent as of 1899)
   Guatemala City: H. Remsen Whitehouse (Consul General as of 1884) — Theodore A. Whitney (Vice Consul General as of 1884) — Henry C. Stuart (Vice Consul General 1885-86) — Henry C. Stuart (Consul General 1893) — D. Lynch Pringle (Consul General as of 1897) — W. Godfrey Hunter, Jr. (Vice Consul General 1898-99) — Arthur M. Beaupré (Consul General as of 1899) — James Clifford McNally (Consul General 1899-1902) — Alfred A. Winslow (Consul General 1902-06) — Edwin James (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1904) — William Owen (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1904-14) — William P. Kent (Consul General 1906-09) — George A. Bucklin, Jr. (Consul General 1910-14) — Charles Hughey Small (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1911) — Stuart K. Lupton (Consul General 1914-16) — Samuel C. Reat (Consul 1916-17) — William E. Alger (Consul 1917) — William T. Fee (Consul 1917-18) — Ezra M. Lawton (Consul 1918-19) — Henry S. Waterman (Vice Consul as of 1919) — Herndon W. Goforth (Vice Consul 1919-21) — Arthur C. Frost (Consul 1921-23) — Henry T. Dwyer (Vice Consul as of 1922) — Nelson R. Park (Vice Consul 1922-23) — Philip Holland (Consul 1923-24) — Augustus Ostertag (Vice Consul as of 1924) — Philip Holland (Consul General 1924-27) — G. Otis Ogden (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Burdette B. Bliss (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — H. Eric Trammell (Vice Consul as of 1927-29) — George K. Donald (Consul General 1928-32) — William E. Flournoy, Jr. (Vice Consul 1931-33) — Chester Kimray (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Rodney Deane Wells (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Walter F. Boyle (Consul General 1938-41) — Gerald A. Drew (Consul 1942-44) — Roswell C. Beverstock (Vice Consul 1945) — James H. Webb (Vice Consul 1945)
   Livingston: James F. Sarg (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Frank C. Dennis (Consular Agent as of 1897-99) — Edward Reed (Consular Agent 1901-16) — Edward Reed (Vice Consul as of 1919)
   Ocos: Samuel Wolford (Consular Agent as of 1898-1905)
   Puerto Barrios: Joaquin Hecht (Consular Agent as of 1916) — Wallace C. Hutchinson (Vice Consul as of 1919-29) — Patrick J. Powers (Vice Consul as of 1932)
   San Jose: John Stuart (Consular Agent as of 1884)
   Balboa, Canal Zone: Tomas Arias (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Tomas Arias, Jr. (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935) Tomas Arias, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Baltimore, Md.: C. Morton Stewart, Jr. (Honorary Consul General 1896-1921) John A. McIsaac (Honorary Consul as of 1926-35) Conrado E. De Lamar (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Berkeley, Calif.: Ricardo T. Gutierrez (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1944)
   Boston, Mass.: Benjamin Preston Clark (Honorary Consul 1897-1908) William A. Mosman (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914-21) William A. Mosman (Honorary Consul as of 1926-45)
   Brownsville, Tex.: Durston Gardiner Richardson (Honorary Consul as of 1931) William E. Edmundson (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931) Frank Oliver Willy (Honorary Consul as of 1935) C. P. Hilliard (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Charleston, S.C.: M. Bishop Alexander (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931)
   Chicago, Ill.: George F. Stone (Honorary Consul 1897-1903) A. C. Garsia (Honorary Consul 1906-08) Octavio Barrios=Solis (Honorary Consul General as of 1931-35) Harry R. Hurlbut (Vice Consul as of 1931)
   Cristobal, Canal Zone: Luis Hernandez (Honorary Consul as of 1931) Manuel F. Castillo (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935-44) Humberto Leignadier (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Dallas, Tex.: Robert Burgher (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931-35) Robert Burgher (Honorary Consul as of 1944) Ballard Burgher (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1944)
   Detroit, Mich.: Maynard D. Follin (Honorary Consul as of 1926-31)
   El Paso, Tex.: José Sixto Holguin (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Galveston, Tex.: J. Merrow (Honorary Consul 1903-21) L. W. Reed (Honorary Consul as of 1931) Richard M. Bazzanella (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1944)
   Gulfport, Miss.: Burwell Richards (Vice Consul as of 1915)
   Houston, Tex.: T. L. Evans (Honorary Consul as of 1931-44)
   Jacksonville, Fla.: J. J. Raleigh (Honorary Consul as of 1929) Emilio Carles (Honorary Consul as of 1931) Raymond A. MacDonell (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931)
   Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.: Edwin R. Heath (Honorary Consul 1896-1921)
   Laredo, Tex.: Edward H. Corrigan (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Charles E. Bobertz (Vice Consul as of 1921) Friedrich Waller (Honorary Consul as of 1931) Paul Otto Tobeler (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Erwin Widney (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Louisville, Ky.: James F. Buckner (Honorary Consul 1896-99) Shirley M. Crawford (Honorary Consul 1901-07)
   Manila, Philippine Islands: José Garcia=Alonso (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Miami, Fla.: Arthur E. Curtis (Honorary Consul as of 1931-44)
   Mobile, Ala.: Jean Marques (Consular Agent 1896-1903) W. Steber, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1929-44)
   New York, N.Y.: Jacob Baiz (Consul General 1874-92) Joseph Nicolas (Consul General 1896)
   Norfolk, Va.: Harry Reyner (Honorary Consul as of 1931)
   Oakland, Calif.: Manuel M. Morales (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1944)
   Panama Canal Zone: Gabriel Barrios (Honorary Consul General as of 1931)
   Pensacola, Fla.: Vincent J. Vidal (Honorary Vice Consul 1900-31)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: 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)
   Portland, Ore.: Lawrence Walter Hartman (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Providence, R.I.: Edward G. Kelton (Consul as of 1915)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: L. D. Kingsland (Honorary Consul General 1896-1921) Rafael Castillo=Zilioli (Honorary Consul as of 1931) Frederic Lawson Niemeyer (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   San Diego, Calif.: Ormond W. Follin (Honorary Vice Consul 1900-02) Ormond W. Follin (Honorary Vice Consul 1902-UZ )
   San Francisco, Calif.: Augusto Castillo=Lara (Honorary Consul as of 1931-35) Alfredo Toriello, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1931)
   San Juan, P.R.: Manuel M. Sama (Honorary Consul 1900-07) Charles Vére (Consul as of 1915) Edelmiro Martinez=Rivera (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Seattle, Wash.: Edwin Hughes (Honorary Consul 1897-1902) Andrew J. Balliet (Honorary Consul 1903-07) Adolfo Bracons (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931) Adolfo Bracons (Honorary Consul as of 1935-44)
   Tampa, Fla.: William F. Ives (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Francis M. Sack (Honorary Consul as of 1944)
   Winston-Salem, N.C.: Arthur M. Strauss (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1931-35)
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