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U.S. consular officials in Hungary

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Hungary

   Budapest: Eugene T. Bell (Consul General as of 1880) Joseph Black (Consul as of 1881-85) Edward P. T. Hammond (Consul 1892-93) Louis Gerster (Vice & Deputy Consul 1892-99) Frank D. Chester (Consul 1897-1904) Raymond Willey (Vice & Deputy Consul 1901-02) Frank D. Chester (Consul General 1904-08) Frank E. Mallett (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1906-14) Paul Nash (Consul General 1908-11) Alfred W. Donegan (Deputy Consul General 1908-09) Hugh Kemeny (Deputy Consul General 1910-14) William Coffin (Consul General 1913-17) William Cullin (Consul General 1913) John J. Ronto (Deputy Consul General 1913-14) Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr. (Vice Consul 1915-16) Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr. (Consul 1916) Donald M. Ingram (Vice Consul as of 1917) Ernest L. Ives (Vice Consul 1917) Edwin C. Kemp (Consul 1921-23) Walter S. Reineck (Vice Consul as of 1922) Digby A. Willson (Vice Consul as of 1922) Richard C. Beer (Vice Consul 1922) George Horton (Consul General 1923-24) Harry L. Troutman (Vice Consul as of 1924) Walter S. Reineck (Consul as of 1924) Alexander K. Sloan (Consul 1924-25) Thomas D. Bowman (Consul General 1925-26) Stephen B. Vaughan (Vice Consul 1925-31) John H. Morgan (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) William H. Gale (Consul General 1926-29) Alexander K. Sloan (Consul as of 1929) Fletcher Warren (Consul as of 1932) John Ball Osborne (Consul General as of 1932) Ernest V. Polutnik (Vice Consul as of 1932) Overton G. Ellis, Jr. (Vice Consul 1932-33) Leonard G. Bradford (Vice Consul 1935) Milton C. Rewinkel (Vice Consul 1939) Outerbridge Horsey (Vice Consul 1940-41) Earl L. Packer (Consul 1940) David J. Persall (Vice Consul 1945)
   Pesth (Budapest): Joseph S. Kauser (Consular Agent 1869-74) Henry Sterne (Consul as of 1883-84) Louis Gerster (Vice Consul as of 1884)
   Denver, Colo.: Coloman Jonas (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)

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