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U.S. consular officials in Iran

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Iran

   Bushire (Bushehr): T. G. Malcolm (Consular Agent as of 1884) — George Gregg Fuller (Vice Consul 1923-24)
   Tabriz: William F. Doty (Consul 1906-10) — Gordon Paddock (Consul 1910-19) — Augustin W. Ferrin (Consul 1926-28) — William C. Burdett (Consul 1950-52)
   Teheran (Tehran): S. G. W. Benjamin (Consul General as of 1883-85) — W. W. Torrence (Vice Consul General as of 1884) — Williams C. Fox (Vice Consul 1891-92) — Alexander McDonald (Consul General as of 1893-97) — John Tyler (Vice Consul General 1893-1906) — Arthur S. Hardy (Consul General 1897-99) — John Tyler (Consular Agent 1906-11) — Ralph H. Bader (Vice Consul 1912-18) — Craig W. Wadsworth (Consul General as of 1914) — Ralph H. Baker (Vice Consul as of 1916) — Ralph H. Bader (Consul 1918-20) — Bernard Gotlieb (Consul 1921-24) — Gordon Paddock (Consul as of 1922) — Robert W. Imbrie (Vice Consul 1924) — George Gregg Fuller (Vice Consul 1924-26) — Karl MacVitty (Consul 1925) — Orsen N. Nielsen (Consul as of 1927-29) — Augustin W. Ferrin (Consul 1928-29) — Henry S. Villard (Vice Consul 1929-31) — Arthur L. Richards (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Robert B. Streeper (Consul as of 1932) — Raymond A. Hare (Vice Consul as of 1933-34) — Burton Y. Berry (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Raymond A. Hare (Consul as of 1935) — Andrew G. Lynch (Vice Consul 1937-40) — C. Vaughn Ferguson, Jr. (Vice Consul 1941-46) — John D. Jernegan (Vice Consul 1943-44)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Thomas W. Firby (Honorary Consul for Persia 1923-32)
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