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Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Mexico

   Albuquerque, N.M.: Joaquin López=Garduño (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Manuel C. Garcia (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Beaumont, Tex.: W. D. Gordon (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Boston, Mass.: Arthur P. Cushing (Consul 1887-1906) Frederick O. Houghton (Vice Consul 1897-1903) Manuel Beltran=y=Solana (Honorary Consul 1911) Arthur P. Cushing (Honorary Vice Consul 1911-14) Alfred R. Shrigley (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Carlos A. Monge (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Buffalo, N.Y.: León L. Lancaster (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Cincinnati, Ohio: Enrique Ornelas (Honorary Consul as of 1914-21)
   Dallas, Tex.: Jay C. Stilley (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Denver, Colo.: Casimiro Barela (Consul 1893-1903) Adelaido José Ortiz (Honorary Consul as of 1921)
   Fort Worth, Tex.: Sproesser Wynn (Honorary Consul as of 1950) John Francis Estil (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950) Maria G. de Grimaldo (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Galveston, Tex.: Clemente Nicolini (Consul 1895-96)
   Indianapolis, Ind.: Russell Benjamin Harrison (Honorary Consul 1929)
   Jerome, Arizona: Efren Ornelas, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1921)
   Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.: Hiram S. Thompson (Vice Consul 1893-1901)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Guillermo Andrade (Consul 1903)
   Louisville, Ky.: Gabriel G. Romo (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Manila, Philippine Islands: José Rosales (Honorary Consul 1911-14) Alfredo Cormelo=Casas (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Miami, Fla.: Antonio Aben=de=Almar (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Milwaukee, Wis.: E. P. Kirby Hade (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Mobile, Ala.: William A. LeBaron (Vice Consul 1890-1902) Leonard D. LeBaron (Vice Consul 1902-03) Juan E. Petit (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Newport News, Va.: Juan A. Mateos, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1914)
   Norfolk, Va.: Arthur C. Humphreys (Vice Consul 1901-03) Charles M. Barnett (Honorary Consul as of 1929) Bruce Austin (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Rudolph W. Weiss (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Panama Canal Zone: Silvio Salazar (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Juan Manuel Salazar (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935) Nabor Sáenz=Rubio (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Ricardo Sainz=Rubio (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Pascagoula, Miss.: Vicente Ros (Vice Consul 1892-1903)
   Pensacola, Fla.: Francisco Moreno (Vice Consul 1854) James N. Moreno (Vice Consul 1874-98) Ignacio J. Diaz (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Caspar Wistar Haines (Vice Consul 1901-03)
   Pittsburgh, Pa.: Joseph S. Corriols (Honorary Vice Consul 1911-14) Antun J. Guina (Honorary Consul as of 1935-50)
   Ponce, P.R.: Antonio Corretjer (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Port Arthur, Tex.: Francis G. McEwan (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914)
   Portland, Ore.: Frank A. Spencer (Consul 1895-1914)
   Providence, R.I.: Edgard L. Burchell (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Harold R. Sample (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   SAINT Thomas, V.I.: George Levi (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Alexander K. Coney (Consul General 1886-1902)
   San Juan, P.R.: Santiago B. Aláez (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Desiderio Alvarez=Cruzat (Honorary Consul as of 1950)
   Santa Barbara, Calif.: Paul G. Sweetser (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Seattle, Wash.: W. P. Lawson (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Tacoma, Wash.: Alexander W. Thornely (Vice Consul 1906-08)
   Tampa, Fla.: John A. Fress (Honorary Consul 1911) Leopoldo J. Castellanos (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914) Rafael Ruesga (Honorary Consul as of 1921-35) Francisco Gonzalez (Honorary Consul as of 1950) Francis M. Sack (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Toledo, Ohio: Guillermo Grimm (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Yuma, Arizona: Charles H. Brinley (Vice Consul 1901-03) Asa Frank Post (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Zapata, Tex.: Rafael San Miguel (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
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