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U.S. consular officials in Poland

   Breslau (Wroclaw): Henry Dithmar (Consul as of 1884) — William H. Musselman (Vice Consul as of 1884) — Joseph E. Hayden (Consul 1890-92) — Charles W. Erdman (Consul 1892-93) — Frederick Opp (Consul as of 1897) — Ernest C. F. Pinnoco (Vice Consul as of 1897) — Charles W. Erdman (Consul 1898-99) — Neander Alexander (Vice Consul 1898-99) — R. D. Mann (Consul as of 1900) — Richard Wackerow (Vice Consul as of 1904-05) — Ernest A. Man (Consul as of 1904-05) — Herman L. Spahr (Consul 1906-14) — Frank Glenn Potts (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911-12) — Gustav Wiese (Vice Consul as of 1914) — Harry G. Seltzer (Consul as of 1916-17) — Ernest L. Ives (Vice Consul 1916) — Phil H. Hubbard (Vice Consul as of 1926) — John R. Minter (Consul as of 1926) — Lester L. Schnare (Consul 1927-31) — Augustus S. Chase (Vice Consul 1929-30) — Stephen B. Vaughan (Vice Consul 1931-39) — Robert R. Bradford (Consul as of 1932)
   Danzig (Gdansk): Peter Collas (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Philipp Albrecht (Consular Agent as of 1897-1902) — Ernst A. Claaszen (Consular Agent 1902-14) — Ernst A. Classzen (Consular Agent as of 1905) — William Dawson (Consul 1919-21) — Howard A. Bowman (Vice Consul 1921-24) — Charles L. Hoover (Consul as of 1922) — Charles H. Albrecht (Consul 1922-23) — Edwin C. Kemp (Consul 1923-29) — William Oscar Jones (Vice Consul as of 1924) — Arthur F. Tower (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Robert F. Fernald (Consul 1930) — Warwick Perkins (Consul as of 1932) — Waldemar J. Gallman (Consul 1934-38) — Julius Wadsworth (Consul as of 1938) — Charles M. Gerrity (Vice Consul as of 1938)
   Gdansk: Joseph F. Burt (Consul General as of 1947)
   Guben (Gubin): William B. Murphy (Consular Agent 1897-98)
   Krakow: Casimir T. Zawadzki (Vice Consul as of 1947) — George D. Andrews (Consul as of 1947)
   Neustadt (Wejherowo): Leopold Blum (Consular Agent 1893-1911)
   Poznan: Howard A. Bowman (Consul as of 1947)
   Sorau (Zary): William B. Murphy (Consular Agent 1898-1909) — George A. Makinson (Consular Agent 1909-11)
   Stettin (Szczecin): Frederick William Lutze (Consul 1798-1816) — John M. Forbes (Consul General 1816-19) — Frederick Schillow (Consul 1829-57) — Charles F. W. Glanz (Consul 1857-58) — Rudolph F. Schillow (Consul 1858-61) — Charles J. Sundell (Consul 1861-66) — George F. Lincoln (Consul 1880-83) — Hermann Kiefer (Consul as of 1884) — Julius Dittmer (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1884) — James C. Kellogg (Consul 1890-93) — Frederick W. Kickbusch, Jr. (Consul 1893-97) — John E. Kehl (Consul 1897-1908) — William C. Teichmann (Consul 1909-11) — Emil Schmidt (Vice & Deputy Consul 1909-14) — Henry C. A. Damm (Consul 1912-15) — Theodore Jaeckel (Consul 1915-17) — Cornelius Ferris, Jr. (Consul 1924-25) — Rudolf E. Schoenfeld (Consul 1924)
   Swinemünde (Swinoujscie): Gustav Ludwig (Consular Agent as of 1905) — Wilhelm Potenberg (Consular Agent 1907-11)
   Warsaw: Joseph Rawicz (Consul as of 1884-98) — Angus Campbell (Consul as of 1902) — Boleslaw Horodynskt (Vice Consul as of 1902) — Hernando de Soto (Vice Consul 1902-03) — Clarence R. Slocum (Consul 1903-05) — Witold Fouchas (Vice Consul as of 1905) — Hernando de Soto (Consul 1907-08) — George N. Ifft (Consul 1908-09) — Felix W. Smith (Vice & Deputy Consul 1910) — Witold Fuchs (Vice Consul as of 1914-17) — Hernando de Soto (Consul as of 1914-17) — Thomas E. Heenan (Consul as of 1914) — Harry A. McBride (Consul 1919-20) — Louis H. Gourley (Vice Consul 1919-22) — Robert L. Rankin (Consul as of 1920) — Leo J. Keena (Consul General 1920-22) — Louis H. Gourley (Consul 1922-25) — Donald R. Heath (Vice Consul 1923-24) — Donald R. Heath (Consul 1924-25) — Theodore Jaeckel (Consul General 1924-26) — John P. Elliott (Vice Consul 1925-27) — Albert V. Morris (Vice Consul 1925-27) — Chester W. Davis (Consul as of 1926-29) — Sabin J. Dalferes (Vice Consul as of 1926-27) — Charles H. Heisler (Consul as of 1926-32) — Walter A. Leonard (Consul as of 1926-29) — Arthur F. Tower (Vice Consul as of 1927) — George D. Andrews, Jr. (Vice Consul 1928-29) — Felix Cole (Consul General as of 1929) — H. Charles Spruks (Vice Consul as of 1929) — John H. Madonne (Vice Consul 1929-32) — Elbridge Durbrow (Vice Consul 1930-32) — J. Klahr Huddle (Consul General 1930-35) — Harry L. Franklin (Consul 1930-31) — Montgomery H. Colladay (Vice Consul 1930-32) — Charles W. Yost (Vice Consul 1932-33) — Stewart E. McMillin (Consul as of 1932) — Andrew E. Donovan II (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Carl Birkeland (Vice Consul as of 1932-38) — Warwick Perkins (Consul as of 1934) — Francis B. Stevens (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Orray Taft, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1934-38) — John F. Stone (Vice Consul as of 1934) — William K. Ailshie (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Marcel E. Malige (Consul as of 1934-38) — George J. Haering (Consul 1937-40) — Elim O'Shaughnessy (Vice Consul 1938) — Thaddeus H. Chylinksi (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Thomas H. Bevan (Consul General as of 1938) — M. Williams Blake (Vice Consul as of 1938) — E. Tomlin Bailey (Vice Consul as of 1938) — William R. Morton (Vice Consul as of 1938) — C. Burke Elbrick (Consul 1945) — Martin R. Hanchak (Vice Consul 1945)
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