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U.S. consular officials in Latvia


Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Latvia

   Libau (Liepaja): Hugo Smit (Consular Agent as of 1897-1905) — Alfred Seligmann (Consular Agent 1908-11)
   Riga: Mordecai M. Noah (Consul 1811-13) — Edward Wyer (Consul 1813-17) — Moses M. Russell (Consul 1817-34) — Alexander Schwartz (Consul 1834-58) — William S. Rowland (Consul 1858-62) — Alexander Schwartz (Consul 1862-80) — Niels P. A. Bornholdt (Consular Agent 1880-90) — Niels P. A. Bornholdt (Consul 1890-93) — Hermann Schoenfeld (Consul 1893-94) — Niels P. A. Bornholdt (Consul 1895-1905) — Christian F. Z. Schulin (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1905) — Hernando de Soto (Consul 1908-10) — William F. Doty (Consul 1910-11) — Douglas Jenkins (Consul 1913-17) — T. Brooks Alford (Vice Consul 1916-17) — John P. Hurley (Consul 1921-25) — Jay Walker (Vice Consul as of 1921) — Thomas D. Howard (Vice Consul as of 1921) — Carl Birkeland (Vice Consul 1921-24) — Earl L. Packer (Vice Consul 1922) — David B. Macgowan (Consul 1922-25) — Charles H. Heisler (Vice Consul as of 1924) — John F. Simons (Consul 1925-26) — McCeney Werlich (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Harry H. Hall (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Alfred W. Klieforth (Consul 1927-29) — John P. Hurley (Consul 1929-32) — Landreth M. Harrison (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Norris B. Chipman (Vice Consul 1930) — Bernard Gufler (Vice Consul 1930-33) — E. Allen Lightner, Jr. (Vice Consul 1938-40)
   Boston, Mass.: Jacob Sieberg (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Chicago, Ill.: August Bontoux (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Cleveland, Ohio: Malvern E. Schultz (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Galveston, Tex.: Edwin Goudge (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Honolulu, Hawaii: McKinley Linder (Vice Consul as of 1929)
   Indianapolis, Ind.: Edward W. Hunter (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Leo E. Anderson (Honorary Vice Consul 1932-68)
   Manila, Philippine Islands: Leopoldo Aguinaldo (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Memphis, Tenn.: Abe D. Waldauer (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Milwaukee, Wis.: Charles A. Hansen (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   New Orleans, La.: August Edward Pradillo (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Norfolk, Va.: John D. Leitch (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: John M. Hemphill (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Pittsburgh, Pa.: John Joseph Neville Gorrell (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: Bernard Greensfelder (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Harry Willard Glensor (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   San Juan, P.R.: Ricardo Ramon Pesquera (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935-50)
   Seattle, Wash.: Hans Cron (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
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