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Hong Kong

U.S. consular officials in Hong Kong

   Hong Kong: Frederick Busch (Consul 1843) James Keenan (Consul 1853-62) David H. Bailey (Consul 1870-78) H. Selden Loring (Vice Consul as of 1874) John S. Mosby (Consul 1878-85) Beverly Clarke Mosby (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1884) William E. Hunt (Consul as of 1897) John A. Hunt (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1897) Rounsevelle Wildman (Consul General 1897-1901) Edwin Wildman (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1898-99) William A. Rublee (Consul General 1901-02) Edward S. Bragg (Consul General 1903-06) Harry M. Hobbins (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1904-05) Wilbur T. Gracey (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1905-06) Amos P. Wilder (Consul General 1906-09) Stuart J. Fuller (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1906-09) William A. Rublee (Consul General 1909-10) George E. Anderson (Consul General 1910-20) Algar E. Carleton (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1910-15) John B. Sawyer (Vice Consul 1911-14) John B. Sawyer (Vice Consul 1915-17) Algar E. Carleton (Vice Consul 1915-18) Leighton Hope (Vice Consul as of 1917) William H. Gale (Consul General 1920-24) Hugh S. Miller (Vice Consul as of 1921-22) Leighton Hope (Consul as of 1921) Verne G. Staten (Vice Consul as of 1921) William J. McCafferty (Vice Consul 1921-23) John B. Sawyer (Vice Consul 1921) Francis O. Seidle (Vice Consul as of 1922) William J. McCafferty (Consul 1923) Charles R. Cameron (Consul 1923) Leroy Webber (Vice Consul as of 1924) Maurice Walk (Vice Consul as of 1924) Jake R. Summers (Vice Consul as of 1924) Lynn W. Franklin (Consul 1924-25) Algar E. Carleton (Consul 1924-25) Roger C. Tredwell (Consul General 1925-29) Lynn W. Franklin (Consul 1925-28) John J. Muccio (Vice Consul as of 1926) Harold Shantz (Consul as of 1926-29) Kenneth C. Krentz (Vice Consul as of 1926-32) John J. Muccio (Consul as of 1927-29) Perry N. Jester (Vice Consul 1928-31) Donald D. Edgar (Vice Consul 1931-33) Cecil B. Lyon (Vice Consul as of 1932) John R. Putnam (Consul as of 1932) George Bliss Lane (Vice Consul as of 1932) Douglas Jenkins (Consul General as of 1932) Addison E. Southard (Consul General 1937-42) George D. Hopper (Consul General 1945-49) Karl L. Rankin (Consul General 1949-50) Walter P. McConaughy, Jr. (Consul General 1950-52) Julian F. Harrington (Consul General 1952-54) Everett F. Drumright (Consul General 1954-58) James Pilcher (Consul General 1958-59) John M. Steeves (Consul General 1959) Julius C. Holmes (Consul General 1959-61) Sam P. Gilstrap (Consul General 1961) Marshall Green (Consul General 1961-63) Morton I. Abramowitz (Consul 1963-66) Edward E. Rice (Consul General 1964-67) Edwin W. Martin (Consul General 1967-70) David L. Osborn (Consul General 1970-74) Charles T. Cross (Consul General 1974-77) Thomas P. Shoesmith (Consul General 1977-81) Burton Levin (Consul General 1982-86) Donald M. Anderson (Consul General 1986-90) Richard L. Williams (Consul General 1990-93) Richard W. Mueller (Consul General 1993-96) Richard A. Boucher (Consul General 1996-99) Michael Klosson (Consul General 1999-2002) James R. Keith (Consul General 2002-05) James B. Cunningham (Consul General 2005-) Joseph R. Donovan, Jr. (Consul General 2008-09) Stephen M. Young (Consul General 2010-)

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