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nburg (CG)

Consulate General, Munich

;) — - -

Consulate General,
ttgart (CG)

Courts for Germany

High Commissioner, Office



Page



44,133

45,133

55,56,133

45,46,133

46,47,133



Regional
Bureau



NEA



NEA



51



133
41



ir (C)

V, Scotland (C)

s Islands

lb, Greenland (C)
)ast. West Africa
Costa Rica (CA)
rg, Sweden (CG)
Jritain



Jalisco, Mexico (C)



and

ajara,

lala

lala, Guatemala (E)
|uil, Ecuador (CG)
as, Sonora,



Mexico (C)



25
63
62,134
133,152
16,132
64,134
15
92,140
59,119,
133,147
65,119,
135,149
16, 132
81, 137
— 67,135,149
67,135
17,132
81,137



See British Guiana,
na, and Surinam.



French



1, Cuba (E)

The, Netherlands (E) -
', The, Netherlands (ECA)
Israel (C)



X, Nova Scotia,
iirg, Germany (CG)



Canada (CG)



ton, Bermuda (CG) -
ton, Ontario, Canada

3. P.)) — - —

>w, Hupeh, China

)ver, Germany

, Vietnam (Indochina)

S.P.)) ■

nki, Finland (L)

5, Germany

iras

Kong (CG)

Kong (ECA) —

ary



nd



), Republic of the Philippines
SIE only)



:hina. Associated States of -•
e also Cambodia, Laos, and
etnam.

tiesia

;os, Peru (CA)



Isfahan, Iran (C)

Islas de la Bahia

Israel

Istanbul, Turkey (CG)

Italian Islands of the Aegean,

part of Greece

Italy



now



NEA Izmir, Turkey (C)



Jakarta. See Djakarta.
Jamaica, British West Indies
Japan



NEA

NEA
EUR



NEA
NEA



EUR



FE



FE



15,132

83

123

74

67,68,

135,149

11

45,46,

56,133

65, 134

11
13

56,57

100,141

19,132

53,54, 55

68,135,149

63,134,149

128

68,135,149

69,122,
135,150



69,70,

135,150

150



and



Java, Indonesia. See Indonesia.

Jerusalem, Palestine (CG)

Jidda, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (E)
Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of

South Africa (CG) -

Jordan

Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia.



Page

73, 136

149

74

96, 140

135

74,122,

136,151

96, 140



65,151
77, 108,
136,151

86,139
90, 139

97, 140
77,136,152



1,131,142

85,86,139

82,83

79



NEA



Kabul, Afghanistan (E)

Karachi, Pakistan (E)

Katmandu, Nepal (L)

Kaunas, Lithuania

Keijo, Chosen. See Seoul, Korea.

Kenya, East Africa 64,65,134

Kerguelen. See Madagascar.
Kingston, Jamaica, British West

Indies (CG) — ; 65,35

Kobe, Japan (Branch of USP) — - 109, 136
Kobenhavn. See Copenhagen.

Korea - 77,137,152

Kuala Lumpur, Federation of

Malaya (C(S. P.)) -

Kunming, Yunnan, China

Kuwait (State of) ^»' 137, 15gre, Rio Grande do Sul,

'(C) - -

Spain, Trinidad, British

idies (CO)

i, Egypt (C)



89



;zechoslovakia (E)

, Transvaal, Union of

Africa (E)

,rmuelles, Panama (CA) -
lortes, Honduras (CA) —
a Cruz, Auzoa'tegui,

uela (C)

.ibertador, Dominican

lie (CA)

las, Costa Rica (CA)

Korea

Quebec, Canada (C)

;cuador (E)



Morocco (C)

, Burma (E)

I, Burma (ECA)

Pernambuco, Brazil (C) -
Saskatchewan, Canada (C)



ik, Iceland (ECA)

ik, Iceland (L)

I, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C)-

.atvia

raneiro, Brazil (E)

inde. Rio Grande do Sul,

il (CA)

Italy (E)

Italy (ECA)

J, Argentina

lam, Netherlands (C)

la

. See Union of Soviet
ilist Republics.



a Grande, Cuba (CA)

Vietnam (Indochina) (ECA)
Vietnam (Indochina) (L) - - 99

.ena

in, New Brunswick Canada

m's, Newfoundland, Canada

chael. See Sao Miguel,
ul. See Madagascar. ^

omas Island. See SSo Tome,
[arie (See also Madagascar) -

rry, Peru (CA)

jry. Southern Rhodesia (CG)

ka, Greece (C)

lor, Bahia, Brazil (C)

rg, Austria (C(S. P. ))

., Yemen (L)

(se, Costa Rica (E) - -

lis Potosi, San Luis Potosi,

QCO (C)

arino

edro Sula, Honduras (C) - -
dvador, El Salvador (E) — -

igo, Chile (E)

igo de Cuba, Cuba (C)

Domingo, Dominican Republic .
Ciudad Trujillo.
s, Sao Paulo, Brazil (C) —
,uiz, Maranhao, Brazil (CA) -



Page



97, 140
15

9,131

65, 135

19, 132

90, 124,

139, 156

16, 132

96
86
68

99

17
15
77

11
17,132

82

10,131

126

9,131

11

133

122

69,135

81,138

78

7,131

9

74, 136

122

1

83, 138

90, 139, 157



Regional
Bureau



Page

90

9,131

139,143

109, 136

134

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of 90, 139, 157



ARA



FE



Sao Miguel, Azores

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil (CG)
Sao TomI

Sapporo, Japan (Branch of USP

(S.P.)) -

Sarawak



Schleswig-Holstein, Germany - -

Scotland

FE Seoul, Korea (E)

Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes,

Kingdom of the. See Yugoslavia.

EUR Seville, Spain (C)

Seychelles

's Gravenhage. See Hague, The.

Shanghai, Kiangsu, China

Siam. See Thailand.

FE Singapore (CG)



57
62, 134
77, 137



91,92, 140
134, 143

13

64, 134,
152, 157



p.f-



15

128

100,141

140

11

11



133,143

87

65,134

67,135

9,131

6

100

14, 132

81,138
76, 136
68, 135
19,132
12,132
16, 132



Smyrna, Turkey, See Izmir.

Sofia. See Bulgaria.

South Africa, Union of

EUR Southampton, England (C)

Southern Rhodesia

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union

of

Spain



97,
63,
65,

97,
91



EUR Stockholm, Sweden (E) -

Stockholm, Sweden (ECA)

EUR Strasbourg, France (C)
GER Stuttgart, Germany (CG)



FE



EUR



NEA

FE

FE



ARA
EUR

NEA

ARA
NEA
ARA
NEA
EUR



Sumatra. See Medan.
Surabaya, Indonesia (C(S. P. ))

Surinam

Sweden



83,



Switzerland



Sydney, New South Wales,

Australia (CG)

Syria



Iran (C)

Formosa (USIE only).

Taiwan (E)

Taiwan (ECA)



Tabriz,
Tainan,
Taipei,
Taipei,

Taiwan

Tallinn, Estonia

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C)

Tananarive, Madagascar (C)

Tanganyika

Tangier, Morocco (L)

Tasmania

Tegucigalpa, Honduras (E)

Tehran, Iran (E)

Tela, Honduras (CA)

Tel Aviv, Israel (E)

Tenerife, Canary Islands (C)

Thailand



140
134
134

140

,92,

139, 157

92, 140

124

24, 133

51,52,

53,133

71,135
138,157
92, 124,
140, 157
92, 109,
124, 140, 157

2,131
- 94, 140, 158

73,136

13,132

126

13

19

81,138

24,133

64,134

82,138

131

68,135

71,136

68

74

92, 140



9,131
9



EUR



ARA



FE

EUR
ARA



The Hague, Netherlands (E)

Thessaloniki. See Salonika.

Tientsin, Hopeh, China

Tihwa, Sinkiang, China

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

(C) - - —

Timor

Tokyo, Japan (ECA)

Tokyo, Japan (USP)

Torino. See Turin.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CG) -
Torreo'n, Coahuila, Mexico (C) -
Transjordan. See Jordan.
Transvaal



94,95,127,

140, 158

83

13
13

81,138

135, 158

128

108,136

11
81,138

96, 97, 140



i-UKtiuiN atKvicE. Lix)i: jrtiNUAni i, i^o^



Regional

Bureau Page

Trieste, Free Territory of (ECA) - 124

EUR Trieste, Free Territory of (USP) - 95, 109

Trinidad, British West Indies 65, 135

NEA Tripoli, Libya (L) - — — 79, 137

Tristan da Cunha 140, 143

Tsingtao, Shantung, China 13

Tiibingen, Germany 57

FE Tuguegarao, Republic of the
Philippines (USIE only).

NEA Tunis, Tunisia (CG) 24, 133

EUR Turin, Italy (C) — 77, 136

Turkey - 95,96,124,

140, 158

Union of South Africa 96,97,

140,158

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 97,98,

140,159

Uruguay 98,140,159

Vaduz, Liechtenstein 79

EUR Valencia, Spain (C) 92,140

NEA Valletta, Malta (C) - — 63, 135

ARA Valparaiso, Chile (C) - — - 13, 131

EUR Vancouver, British Columbia,

Canada (CG) 11

Venezuela — - 98,99,

140,159

EUR Venice, Italy (C) — - 77, 136

ARA Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico (C) - 81,138
EUR Victoria, British Columbia,

Canada (C) — - 11

Victoria. See Vitoria, Espirito Santo,

Brazil.
Vienna, Austria (ECA) 116



Regional
Bureau

EUR Vienna, Austria (E and USCOA) -
FE Vientiane, Laos (Indochina)

(L(S.P.)) -

Vietnam, State of

EUR Vigo, Spain (C) -

ARA Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil (C)

Wales

EUR Warsaw, Poland (E)

EUR Wellington, New Zealand (E) 83

West Indies

See also Aruba, Barbados, Cuba,
Curasao, Dominican Republic,
Haiti, Kingston, Nassau, and Port-
of-Spain.

Wien. See Vienna.

Wiesbaden, Germany 53,

Wight, Isle of -

EUR Windsor, Ontario, Canada (C) —
EUR Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CG) -
Wiirttemberg-Baden, Germany 51,



Page



78,


137


99,


100,


128


140


92


140


9,


131


62,


134


89,


139


,84,


138


24


,65,


135


159



54,55

148

11

11

52,53



Yemen 100

FE Yokohama, Japan (Branch of USP

(S.P. )) - — 109,136

Yugoslavia -— 100, 125,

141,160
Yunnanfu. See Kunming.

EUR Zagreb, Yugoslavia (C) 100, 141

Zanzibar 134, 143

EUR Zurich, Switzerland (CG) 93, 140



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CONTENTS



deviations and Symbols

it Information

egories and Salaries of Foreign Service Personnel and Technical Cooperation

idministration Personnel

ilanatory Note

its of Assignment •

>ersonnel Assigned to the Department

>ersonnel on Special and Temporary Detail

>ersonnel on Detail as Inspectors

'ersonnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Closed, Etc

Ipecial Offices

4utual Security Agency

ex of Persons

jgraphic Index

iii



Page
iv
iv

V

vi
1

99
104
105
105
105
109
127
166



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS



L



AA office of army attache

act acting

admin administration

admin administrative



exec executive

FE Bureau of Far



Eastern Affairs (x59;



A. E.

P.
agri -
agri -
agt



and



amljassador extraordinary and pleni-
potentiary
agricultural
agriculture
agent

Air A office of air attache

alt alternate

ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs

(x4735)

assoc associate

asst assistant

att attach^

atty attorney

bd board

bldg building

br branch

chm chairman

C consulate

CA consular agency

CG consulate general

elk clerk

CM class of career minister

cml commercial

com commerce

comm committee

commn commission

commr commissioner

cons consul or consular

constr construction

corr correspondence

couns counselor

ct court

del delegate

dep deputy

dept department

dir director

dist district

div division

DMPA Defense Materials Procurement

Agency

E embassy (after name of post)

ECE Office of U.S. Del. to Econ. Commn.

for Europe

econ economic

ed editor or editorial

E. E. and envoy extraordinary and minister pleni-
M. P. potentiary

elect electrical

emb embassy

EUR Bureau of European Affairs (x2480)



i



for foreign

FSO Foreign Service officer

FSR Foreign Service Reserve officer

FSS - - Foreign Service Staff officer J

gen general K

GER Bureau of German Affairs (x5429) '

HICOG Office of U.S. High Commr. for

Germany

lAR International Authority on the Ruhr

ICAO Int. Civil Aviation Org.

info information

insp inspector

inst institution

intell intelligence

jr junior

jt joint

L legation (after name of post)

leg legation

M mission

MDAP Mutual Defense Assistance Program

mem member

mgmt management

mgr manager

mil military

MSA Mutual Security Agency

NA office of naval attache

NAC North Atlantic Council

nat national

NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asiai

and African Affairs (x3588)

org organization

pol political

pub publisher or publication

rep representative

RIAS Radio in American sector

sec secretary

ser service

SHAPE Supreme Headquarters of Allied

Powers in Europe

S.P. special purpose post

sr senior

supt superintendent

TCA - Technical Cooperation Administratio

tech technical

UNKWA United Nations Relief and Works

Agency for Palestine Refugees

USCOA U.S. High Commr. for Austria

USIE Office of U.S. Info, and Educational

Exchange

USP Office of U. S. Political Adviser

v. c vice consul



POST INFORMATION



Openings, closings, and changes in rank from
January 1, 1952 to April 1, 1952.

Offices opened

Chinhae, Korea opened February 1, 1952.
Chunju, Korea opened February 1, 1952.
Kaohsiung, Formosa opened April 20, 1952.
Kwangju, Korea opened February 1, 1952.
Masan, Korea opened February 1, 1952.
Taegu, Korea opened February 1, 1952.
Taejon, Korea opened February I, 1952.
Offices changed in rank

Katmandu, Nepal, changed from a legation to
an emljassy on October 10, 1951.



Offices closed



None






Breakdown of posts as


of April 1,


1952


Eml)assies


60




Legations


13




Consulates General


52




Consulates


126




Consular Agencies


29




Political Advisers'






Offices


7




USIE Offices


17




TOTAL


304





iv



CATEGORIES AhfD SALARIES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL



Foreign Service Officers
Class of Career Minister $14,300



1 $12,800 to $14,300

2 11, 130 to 12,700

3 9, 130 to 11,030



Class 4 - $6,963 to $8,863

Class 5 - - 5,313 to 6,713

Class 6 3,993 to 5,093



Foreign Service Reserve Officers



1 $12,800 to $14,300

2 11, 130 to 12,700

3 9, 130 to 11,030



Class 4 - $6, 963 to $8, 863

Class 5 5,313 to 6,713

Class 6 3,993 to 5,093



Foreign Service Staff Officers and Employees



1 $ 9, 950 to $11, 130

2 9,230 to 10,250

3 8,481 to 9,441

4 7,689 to 8,649

5 7,095 to 8,115

6 6, 501 to 7,401

7 5,907 to 6,807

8 5,313 to 6,213

9 4, 719 to 5,619

10 4,323 to 5,223

11- 3,927 to 4,647



Class 12 $3, 531 to $4, 251

Class 13 3, 150 to 3,870

Class 14 2,790 to 3,510

Class 15 2,610 to 3,150

Class 16 2,430 to 2,790

Class 17 2,250 to 2,610

Class 18 2,070 to 2,430

Class 19 - - - 1,890 to 2,250

Class 20 1,710 to 2,070

Class 21 1,530 to 1,890

Class 22 — 1,350 to 1,710



CATEGORIES AND SALARIES OF TECHNICAL COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL



(Point Four Officers and Employees)



Class 1 $12,800 to $14,300

Class 2 11, 130 to 12,700

Class 3 9, 130 to 11,030

Class 4 - 6,963 to 8,863

Class 5 5,313 to 6,713

Class 6 4,719 to 5,619

Class 7 4,323 to 5,223

Class 8 3, 927 to 4,647

Class 9 3, 531 to 4,251

Class 10 3, 150 to 3,870

Class 11 2, 790 to 3,510



I



EXPLANATORY NOTE



Because of increased costs of compilation and printing and because of the growth in
personnel in the Foreign Service, it has been necessary to make revisions in the classes
of pe»-sonnel listed in the Foreign Service List.

Beginning with the issue of October 1, 1951, the List has included the following: all
chiefs of mission; all Foreign Service officers; aU Foreign Service Reserve officers; all
Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and above; all Technical Cooperation Admin-
istration officers of class nine and above; and certain Foreign Service Staff officers of
classes ten, eleven, and twelve only when assigned to posts with a complement of one, two,
and/ or three officers.

The January issues of the List include the sections showing the posts of assignment, the
consular districts, the tariff of Foreign Service fees, the index of persons, and the geo-
graphic index.

The April, July, and Octolier issues include only the posts of assignment and the two
indexes .

Only those actions received in the Division of Publications prior to the fifteenth of the
month preceding the month in which this List is dated are included. This List is compiled
and edited by the General Editing Branch, Division of Publications. Please report to that
Branch any necessary corrections.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT'



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



iiKE)



(AA & Air A)



AFGHANISTAN

George R. Merrell, A. E. and P

John Evarts Horner, 1st sec; cons

Charles F. Edmundson, att

Joseph Leeming, 2cl sec

John W. Bowling, 2d sec. ; cons

Gordon D. King, 2d sec

Roberts. Dreessen, 2d sec. ; v. c

James D. Moffett, 2d sec. ; v. c

Joseph A. Donohoe, asst. att

Col. Alan F. S. Mackenzie, army att - ■

Lt. Col. John B. Pattison, air att

Capt. George O. Warner, asst. air att -•
Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att.^ - ■



Apr.


19,


1951


FSO-CM -




Jan.


25,


1951


FSO-3 - -


$ 9, 130


Feb.


1,


1952


FSS-4 - -


8,169


Mar


15,


1950


FSR-4 - -


7,263


Mar


1,


1952


FSO-4 - -


3,963


Aug.


31,


1949


FSR-5 - -


5,713


Apr.


5,


1950


FSO-5 - -


5,513


June


27,


1951


FSO-5 - -


5,313


Jan.


10,


1952


FSR-5 - -


5,313


Dec.


20,


1949






Mar


20,


1950






Apr.


25,


1950






Oct.


24,


1951







ARGENTINA



los Aires (E)



(AA, NA, & Air A)



, A. E. and P -

Lester DeWitt Mallory, couns. of emb.

with personal rank of minister.
Joe D. Walstrom, couns. of emb. for

econ. affairs.
Robert Granville Caldwell, couns. of emb-

Joseph B. Costanzo, 1st sec. ; cons

Edwin E. Vallon, att

James F. Graay, att

Warren H. McKenney, att. '

John C. Pool, 1st sec. ; cons

Robert C. Martindale, 1st sec; cons —

Richard M. Connell, 1st sec ; cons

Kenneth J. Yearns, 1st sec. ; cons, gen -

Clarence A. Boonstra, 1st sec

Jack B. Neathery, 2d sec. ; cons

Andy George Wilkison, att

Eugene Francis Karst, att

Victor E. Campbell, att

James A. Noel, att

Connie R. Herron, att

James E. Bowers, 2d sec

William B. Hart, att -

Roy T. Davis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons

Cleveland B. McKnight, 2d sec ; cons —

Joseph J. Montllor, 2d sec. ; cons

Ray Sena, Jr., asst. att

Earle S. Pittman, gen. sers. officer

Abraham Vigil, v. c

Rot)ert D. Barton, asst. att. (Rosario) —

William B. Murray, asst. att

Gilbert A. Crandall, asst. att

Oscar H. Guerra, v. c

Richard S. Sampson, v. c

Viron P. Vaky, 2d sec. ; v. c

William R. Hazen, v. c

Robert Wade Seward, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c -
Isabel Gladys Conroy, act. personnel

officer.

John M. Cluff, 3d sec. ; v. c

Max Ray Caldwell, asst. att

Barbara Ann Aitken, asst. att

Robert F. Florstedt, v. c

Charles C. Wilson, Jr., asst. att

Col. Christian H. Clarke, Jr., army att -
Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att.
and naval att. for air. *



May 23


1949


July 19


1949


Nov. 30


1948


Feb. 2


1952


May 17


1948


May 1


1947


June 5


1950


June 29


1950


Apr. 9


1951


Oct. 23


1951


Aug. 29


1949


Dec. 14


1948


Oct. 4


1950


Oct. 21


1948


Aug. 23


1950


July 19


1951


June 17


1949


Aug. 27


1951


Jan. 12


1950


Sept. 25


1951


Aug. 23


1948


Nov. 2


1949



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