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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Iran

S. G. W. Benjamin (Minister to Persia 1883-85) Frederick H. Winston (Minister to Persia 1885-86) E. Spencer Pratt (Minister to Persia 1886-91) Truxtun Beale (Minister to Persia 1891-92) Watson R. Sperry (Minister to Persia 1892-93) Alexander McDonald (Minister to Persia 1893-97) Arthur S. Hardy (Minister to Persia 1897-99) Herbert W. Bowen (Minister to Persia 1899-1901) Lloyd C. Griscom (Minister to Persia 1901-02) Richmond Pearson (Minister to Persia 1902-07) John B. Jackson (Minister to Persia 1907-09) Charles W. Russell (Minister to Persia 1909-14) John L. Caldwell (Minister to Persia 1914-21) Joseph Saul Kornfeld (Minister to Persia 1921-24) Hoffman Philip (Minister to Persia 1925-28) Charles C. Hart (Minister to Persia 1929-33) William H. Hornibrook (Minister to Persia 1933-36) Louis G. Dreyfus, Jr. (Minister 1939-44) Leland B. Morris (Ambassador 1944-45) Wallace Murray (Ambassador 1945-46) George V. Allen (Ambassador 1946-48) John C. Wiley (Ambassador 1948-50) Henry F. Grady (Ambassador 1950-51) Loy W. Henderson (Ambassador 1951-54) Selden Chapin (Ambassador 1955-58) Edward T. Wailes (Ambassador 1958-61) Julius C. Holmes (Ambassador 1961-65) Armin H. Meyer (Ambassador 1965-69) Douglas MacArthur II (Ambassador 1969-72) Joseph S. Farland (Ambassador 1972-73) Richard Helms (Ambassador 1973-77) William H. Sullivan (Ambassador 1977-79)


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