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North Africa

U.S. consular officials in Morocco

   Casablanca: John Cobb (Consular Agent as of 1884-99) — Conrad H. Toel (Consular Agent 1900-03) — Conrad H. Toel (Consular Agent 1904-11) — Thomas B. L. Layton (Consul 1919-21) — Robert R. Bradford (Consul 1921-24) — Charles A. Bay (Vice Consul 1923) — H. Earle Russell (Consul as of 1924-29) — David C. Elkington (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Frederick F. Henrotin (Vice Consul as of 1929-32) — Parker W. Buhrman (Consul 1930-34) — George D. Hopper (Consul 1934-37) — Herbert S. Goold (Consul General 1937-38) — W. Quincy Stanton (Consul as of 1938) — Russell M. Brooks (Consul 1942-45) — Philip H. Bagby (Vice Consul as of 1943) — W. Stafford Reid (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Kenneth Pendar (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Frederic Paul Culbert (Vice Consul as of 1943) — William Douglas Read (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Harry P. Blank, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1943) — H. Earle Russell (Consul General as of 1943) — Charles W. Lewis, Jr. (Consul General as of 1947)
   Larache: M. Abecasis (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Harry Carleton (Consular Agent as of 1898)
   Mazagan (El Jadida): Alfred Redman (Consular Agent as of 1884)
   Mogador (Essaouira): Abraham Corcos (Consular Agent as of 1884) — George Broome (Consular Agent as of 1898-1904)
   Rabat: Moses Bentar (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Elias Bensaude (Consular Agent as of 1897) — Ernest de W. Mayer (Consul as of 1943) — Hooker A. Doolittle (Consul General as of 1943) — Maurice Pasquet (Consul as of 1947)
   Safi: Jacob Benzacar (Consular Agent as of 1884)
   Tangier: John Mullowney (Consul 1820-30) — Samuel Carr (Consul 1832-34) — Samuel P. Collings (Consul 1854-55) — Felix A. Mathews (Consul 1869-70) — Felix A. Mathews (Consul 1870-87) — E. Kilbourne Foote (Vice Consul 1887) — Felix A. Mathews (Consul 1890) — Felix A. Mathews (Consul General 1890-93) — Frank C. Partridge (Consul General 1897-98) — David N. Burke (Consul General as of 1897) — E. W. Burke (Vice Consul General as of 1897) — Samuel René Gummeré (Consul General 1898-1905) — Samuel R. Gunnere (Consul General as of 1898-1902) — Ludlow Lilly (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1898) — Hoffman Philip (Deputy Consul General 1901-02) — J. W. S. Langerman (Vice Consul General as of 1902) — Hoffman Philip (Vice & Deputy Consul General 1902-06) — Hoffman Philip (Consul General 1906-08) — William H. Robertson (Consul General 1909-10) — Maxwell Blake (Consul General 1910-21) — Arthur Gassett (Vice Consul as of 1914-17) — Ernest E. Evans (Vice Consul 1919-22) — Joseph M. Denning (Consul General as of 1922-24) — J. Lee Murphy (Consul as of 1924) — Maxwell Blake (Consul General 1925-41) — Horace Remillard (Consul as of 1926-29) — Donald F. Bigelow (Consul as of 1932) — Hooker A. Doolittle (Consul as of 1938) — J. Rives Childs (Consul as of 1943) — Paul H. Alling (Consul General as of 1947) — William Witman II (Consul General 1953-55) — C. Vaughn Ferguson, Jr. (Consul General 1955-57) — Leo G. Cyr (Consul General 1957)
   Tétouan: Judah S. Levy (Commercial Agent as of 1883-84)
   Tetuan (Tétouan): Isaac L. Cohen (Consular Agent as of 1897)
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