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U.S. consular officials in Paraguay


Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Paraguay

   Asuncion: Edward A. Hopkins (Consul 1851-54) — Clement Eusebius Hopkins (Consul 1853-54) — Louis Bamberger (Consul 1855-62) — G. R. Usher (Consul as of 1874) — Lucien A. Wait (Consul as of 1874) — Frank D. Hill (Consul 1887-90) — Eben M. Flagg (Vice Consul as of 1897) — John N. Ruffin (Consul 1897-1907) — William Harrison (Vice Consul as of 1898-1902) — Jacob Warrunek (Vice Consul as of 1904) — Waldemar C. de Korab (Vice Consul as of 1905-06) — Edward J. Norton (Consul 1907-09) — Cornelius Ferris, Jr. (Consul 1909-13) — Maximo F. Croskey (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911-14) — Samuel H. Wiley (Consul as of 1916) — Henry H. Balch (Consul 1916-21) — Maximo F. Croskey (Vice Consul as of 1917) — Francis Eugene Egan (Vice Consul 1917-18) — George E. Seltzer (Vice Consul as of 1921) — Harry Campbell (Consul 1921-23) — John M. Uebber (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Robert M. Scotten (Consul 1926-27) — Harvey S. Gerry (Vice Consul as of 1927) — John M. Vebber (Vice Consul as of 1927) — John B. Faust (Vice Consul 1928-31) — V. Harwood Blocker, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Thomas S. Horn (Consul as of 1932) — James Espy (Consul 1944) — Leslie E. Reed (Consul General as of 1947)
   Baltimore, Md.: Thomas E. Barrett, Jr. (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Boston, Mass.: Eben M. Flagg (Honorary Consul as of 1921)
   Chicago, Ill.: Fred W. Allen (Honorary Consul as of 1929-35) Eugene Zemans (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Cincinnati, Ohio: Irwin F. Westheimer (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Houston, Tex.: Luis Rodriguez (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Indianapolis, Ind.: Charles E. Coffin (Vice Consul 1900-03)
   Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.: Frank L. Phillips (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Harry A. dae-English (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Miami, Fla.: J. E. Yonge (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Mobile, Ala.: Elliott G. Rickarby (Vice Consul 1902) Herbert C. Brown (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   New Orleans, La.: August Edward Pradillo (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   New York, N.Y.: William Evarts Richards (Consul 1896-1902) Juan A. de la Cruz (Honorary Consul General as of 1948) Edmund Dill Scotti (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Newport News, Va.: George N. Wise (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1921)
   Norfolk, Va.: Charles M. Barnett (Consul as of 1929)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Rodman Wanamaker (Consul General as of 1921) Henry P. Pilgert (Honorary Consul as of 1940)
   Portland, Ore.: Howard L. White (Honorary Consul as of 1929-48)
   Sacramento, Calif.: Hector J. Wilkinson (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: Charles L. Lippert (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   San Diego, Calif.: Richard N. Thompson (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Abraham P. Nasatir (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Max Clements Richter (Honorary Consul as of 1921) Roberto J. Wilkinson (Honorary Consul General as of 1948) Armin Francisco Josué Wilkinson (Honorary Consul as of 1948) Ejgill Toke Nyegaard (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948) William Caubu (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Seattle, Wash.: Elmer Joseph Young (Consul as of 1929) John D. Hudson (Honorary Consul as of 1940-48)
   Washington, D.C.: John Stewart (Consul General 1884-1904)
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