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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Luxembourg

Stanford Newel (Minister 1903-05) David J. Hill (Minister 1905-08) Arthur M. Beaupré (Minister 1908-11) Lloyd Bryce (Minister 1911-13) Henry van Dyke (Minister 1913-17) John W. Garrett (Minister 1917-19) William Phillips (Minister 1920-22) Henry P. Fletcher (Minister 1923-24) William Phillips (Minister 1924-27) Hugh S. Gibson (Minister 1927-33) Dave Hennen Morris (Minister 1933-37) Hugh S. Gibson (Minister 1937-38) Joseph E. Davies (Minister 1938-39) John Cudahy (Minister 1940) Jay Pierrepont Moffat (Minister 1941-43) Ray Atherton (Minister 1943) Rudolf E. Schoenfeld (Charge d'Affaires 1944) Charles W. Sawyer (Minister 1944-45) Alan G. Kirk (Minister 1946-49) Perle Mesta (Minister 1949-53) Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. (Minister 1953-56) Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. (Ambassador 1956) Vinton Chapin (Ambassador 1957-60) A. Burks Summers (Ambassador 1960-61) James Wine (Ambassador 1961-62) William R. Rivkin (Ambassador 1962-65) Patricia Roberts Harris (Ambassador 1965-67) George J. Feldman (Ambassador 1967-69) Kingdon Gould, Jr. (Ambassador 1969-72) Ruth Farkas (Ambassador 1973-76) Rosemary L. Ginn (Ambassador 1976-77) James G. Lowenstein (Ambassador 1977-81) John E. Dolibois (Ambassador 1981-85) Jean Broward Shevlin Gerard (Ambassador 1985-90) Edward Morgan Rowell (Ambassador 1990-94) Clay Constantinou (Ambassador 1994-99) James C. Hormel (Ambassador 1999-2001) Peter Terpeluk, Jr. (Ambassador 2002-) Ann Wagner (Ambassador 2005-09)


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