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U.S. consular officials in Romania


Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Romania

   Bucharest: Eugene Schuyler (Consul General as of 1880-82) — Fulton Paul (Consul General as of 1884) — William G. Boxshall (Vice Consul General as of 1884-1905) — Eben Alexander (Consul General as of 1893-97) — Thomas E. Moore (Consul General as of 1906) — Roland B. Harvey (Consul General 1910-11) — Charles Campbell, Jr. (Consul General as of 1914) — William G. Boxshall (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1914) — Edwin C. Kemp (Consul 1919-21) — Raymond J. Whitney (Vice Consul as of 1920) — Donald R. Heath (Vice Consul 1921-23) — Ely E. Palmer (Consul 1921-26) — Donald F. Bigelow (Vice Consul 1921) — Edward Caffery (Vice Consul 1921-24) — John H. E. McAndrews (Vice Consul 1922-30) — Edward Caffery (Consul 1924-25) — J. Rives Childs (Consul 1925-30) — George C. Arnold, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Ely E. Palmer (Consul General 1926-29) — Rudolph Peltzer (Vice Consul as of 1929-38) — Charles B. Perkins (Vice Consul 1931-32) — Alfred W. Donegan (Consul 1931-33) — Harry L. Troutman (Consul as of 1932) — Elbridge Durbrow (Vice Consul 1932) — Harold D. Clum (Consul General 1933-35) — George Wadsworth II (Consul General 1935) — Sheldon T. Mills (Consul as of 1938) — Frederick P. Hibbard (Consul as of 1938) — Bernard C. Connelly (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Cloyce K. Huston (Consul as of 1938) — C. Vaughn Ferguson, Jr. (Vice Consul 1946-48) — C. Vaughn Ferguson, Jr. (Consul 1948-49)
   Galatz (Galati): Timothy C. Smith (Consul 1878-83)
   Galatza (Galati): Henry T. Romertze (Consul 1858-62) — Frederick Wippermann (Consul 1862-65) — Oscar Malmros (Consul 1865-67)
   Chicago, Ill.: Walter Brewster (Consul as of 1921) Ira Nelson Morris (Consul General 1929)
   New York, N.Y.: T. Tileston Wells (Honorary Consul General 1919-41)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Mihail Marian (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
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