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U.S. consular officials in Taiwan

   Keelung: Wilfred Christy (Consular Agent as of 1884)
   Taihoku (Taipei): Joseph W. Ballantine (Vice & Deputy Consul 1912-14) — Harold C. Huggins (Vice Consul as of 1916) — Edwin L. Neville (Consul as of 1916) — Max D. Kirjassoff (Consul as of 1917-19) — Henry B. Hitchcock (Consul as of 1921-22) — Harvey T. Goodier (Consul 1922-24) — Charles L. De Vault (Consul as of 1926) — William F. Nason (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Charles S. Reed II (Vice Consul as of 1932) — John B. Ketcham (Consul as of 1932) — Edward S. Maney (Vice Consul 1935) — Gerald Warner (Consul as of 1938)
   Taipei: Edwin W. Martin (Consul 1949-50) — Kenneth C. Krentz (Consul General as of 1949)
   Tamsui (Danshuei): Wilfred Christy (Consular Agent as of 1884) — James W. Davidson (Consular Agent 1896-98) — James H. Davidson (Consular Agent as of 1897) — James W. Davidson (Consul 1898-1904) — A. Norris Wilkinson (Vice Consul as of 1902) — Fred D. Fisher (Consul 1904-06) — Alexander C. Lambert (Vice Consul as of 1905) — Julean H. Arnold (Consul 1906-08) — Carl F. Deichman (Consul 1908-09) — Samuel C. Reat (Consul 1909-13) — Francis William O'Connor (Vice & Deputy Consul 1910-11) — Adolph A. Williamson (Consul as of 1914) — Edwin L. Neville (Consul 1914-16)
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