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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Philippines

Paul V. McNutt (Ambassador 1946-47) Emmet O'Neal (Ambassador 1947-48) Myron M. Cowen (Ambassador 1949-51) Raymond A. Spruance (Ambassador 1952-55) Homer Ferguson (Ambassador 1955-56) Albert F. Nufer (Ambassador 1956) Charles E. Bohlen (Ambassador 1957-59) John D. Hickerson (Ambassador 1959-61) William E. Stevenson (Ambassador 1961-64) William McCormick Blair, Jr. (Ambassador 1964-67) G. Mennen Williams (Ambassador 1968-69) Henry A. Byroade (Ambassador 1969-73) William H. Sullivan (Ambassador 1973-77) David D. Newsom (Ambassador 1977-78) Richard W. Murphy (Ambassador 1978-81) Michael Armacost (Ambassador 1982-84) Stephen W. Bosworth (Ambassador 1984-87) Nicholas Platt (Ambassador 1987-91) Frank G. Wisner II (Ambassador 1991-92) Richard H. Solomon (Ambassador 1992-93) John D. Negroponte (Ambassador 1993-96) Thomas C. Hubbard (Ambassador 1996-2000) Francis Joseph Ricciardone, Jr. (Ambassador 2002-)


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