Manila, Republic of the Philippines
ARA Maracaibo, Venezuela (C)
EUR Marseille, France (CG)
EUR Martinique, French West Indies (C)
FE Masan, Korea (USIE only).
ARA Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico
FE Matsuyama, Japan (USIE only).
ARA Mazatla'n, Sinaloa, Mexico (C) —
FE Medan, Indonesia (C(S. P. ))
ARA Medellin, Colombia (C)
EUR Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (C)
ARA Me'rida, Yucatsfn, Mexico (C) —
NEA Meshed, Iran (C)
Mesopotamia. See Iraq.
ARA Mexican, Baja California, Mexico
ARA Mexico, D. F. , Mexico (E)
EUR Milan, Italy (CG)
ARA MoUendo, Peru (CA)
NEA Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa (C)-
NEA Monrovia, Liberia (E) :
ARA Monterrey, Nuevo Lerfh, Mexico
ARA Montevideo, Uruguay (E)
EUR Montreal, Quebec, Canada (CG) -
EUR Moscow, Union of Soviet Socialist
Mukden, Liaoning, China
GER Munich, Germany (CG)
FE Nagano, Japan (USIE only).
FE Nagasaki, Japan (USIE only).
FE Nagoya, Japan (C)
FE Nagoya, Japan (USIE).
NEA Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa (CG) -
EUR Naples, Italy (CG)
EUR Nassau, New Providence,
- - Nepal
Netherlands Guiana. See Surinam.
Netherlands West Indies. See
Aruba and Curasao.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England (C) -
New Delhi, India (E)
New Providence, Bahamas. See
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Nice, France (C)
Nicosia, Cyprus (C)
Nigeria, West Africa
Niigata, Japan (USIE only).
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico (C)
Northern Ireland. See Ireland,
Noumea, New Caledonia (C)
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas,
Okayama, Japan (USIE only).
Oporto, Portugal (C)
Osaka, Japan (USIE).
Oslo, Norway (E)
Oslo, Norway (MSA)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (E)
Palermo, Italy (CG)
Panama' Panama (E)
Para'. See BeleTm, Para' Brazil.
Paramaribo, Surinam (C)
Paris, France (E)
Paris, France (MSA)
Patras, Greece (USIE only).
Peiping, Hopeh, China
Penang, Federation of Malaya
Pernambuco. See Recife,
Persia. See Iran.
Perth, Western Australia,
Philippines, Republic of the
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico
Poland — 7
Ponta Delgada, SSb Miguel,
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (E)
Port Elizabeth, Cape Province,
Union of South Africa (C)
Port Limoli, Costa Rica (CA) —
P8rto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul,
Brazil (C) — -
Port-of -Spain, Trinidad, British
West Indies (CG)
Port Said, Egypt (C)
Praha, Czechoslovakia (E)
Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of
South Africa (E)
Puerto Arrauelles, Panama (CA) -
ARA Puerto Cortes, Honduras (CA) —
ARA Puerto la Cruz, Anzo/tegui,
Puerto Libertador, Dominican
Republic (CA) — -
Puntarenas, Costa Rica (CA)
Quebec, Quebec, Canada (C)
Quito, Ecuador (E)
Rabat, Morocco (C)
Rangoon, Burma (E) -,-
Rangoon, Burma (MSA)
Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil (C) -
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (C)-
Reykjavik, Iceland (L)
Reykjavik, Iceland (MSA)
Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C)-
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (E)
Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul,
Rome, Italy (E)
Rome, Italy (MSA)
Rotterdam, Netherlands (C)
Russia. See Union of Soviet
Sagua la Grande, Cuba (CA)
Saigon, Vietnam (Indochina) (E) —
Saigon, Vietnam (Indochina) (MSA)-
St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
(C) — - -
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (CG)-
Salonika, Greece (C)
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (C)
Salzburg, Austria (C(S. P. ))
Sana'a, Yemen (L)
San Jos< Costa Rica (E)
San Luis Potosi^ San Luis Potosi'
San Pedro Sula, Honduras (C) —
San Salvador, El Salvador (E) —
Santiago, Chile (E)
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (C)
Santo Domingo, Dominican
Republic. See Ciudad TrujiUo.
Santos, s3'o Paulo, Brazil (C) —
SSb Luiz, Maranhffo, Brazil (CA) -
Sffo Miguel, Azores
SSb Paulo, S^'o Paulo, Brazil (CG)-
Sapporo, Japan (C)
Sapporo, Japan (USIE).
Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of
Sendai, Japan (USIE only).
Seoul, Korea (E)
Seville, Spain (C)
's Gravenhage. See Hague, The
Shanghai, Kiangsu, China
Shinjuku (Tokyo), Japan (USIE only).
Shjzuoka, Japan (USIE only).
Siam. See Thailand.
Smyrna, Turkey. See Izmir.
Sofia. See Bulgaria.
South Africa, Union of
Southampton, England (C)
Southern Rhodesia 53
Soviet Socialist Republics, Union
Spain - - -— 85, 115
Stockholm, Sweden (E) 86
Strasbourg, France (C) 24
Stuttgart, Germany (CG) 43
Sumatra. See Medan.
Surabaya, Indonesia (C(S. P. )) — - 61
Sydney, New South Wales,
Australia (CG) 2
Tabriz, Iran (C) 62
Taegu, Korea (USIE only).
Taejon, Korea (USIE only).
Tainan, Formosa (USIE only).
Taipei, Taiwan (E) 12
Taipei, Taiwan (MSA) - - 117
Takamatsu, Japan (USIE only).
Tallinn, Estonia 19
Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C) 75
Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 24
Tangier, Morocco (L) 75
Tegucigalpa, Honduras (E) 57
Tehran, Iran (E) 61
Tela, Honduras (CA) 57
Tel Aviv, Israel (E) 63
Tenerife, Canary Islands (C) — 86
Thailand 89, 120
The Hague, Netherlands (E) 76
Thessaloniki. See Salonika.
Tientsin, Hopeh, China 13
Tihwa, Sinkiang, China 13
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Tokyo, Japan (MSA) - - 120
Tokyo, Japan (E) 67
Tokyo, Japan (USIE).
Torino. See Turin.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CG) — 11
Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico (C) 75
Transjordan. See Jordan.
Trieste, Free Territory of (USP) - 90, 102
Trinidad, British West Indies 54
NEA Tripoli, Libya (L)
Tsingtao, Shantung, China
FE Tuguegarao, Republic of the
Philippines (USIE only).
NEA Tunis, Tunisia (CG)
EUR Turin, Italy (C)
Union of South Africa
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Vaduz, Liechtenstein (CG)
EUR Valencia, Spain (C)
NEA Valletta, Malta (C) - - -
ARA Valparaiso, Chile (C)
EUR Vancouver, British Columbia,
EUR Venice, Italy (C)
ARA Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico (C) -
EUR Victoria, British Columbia,
Victoria. See Vito'ria, Espirito
Vienna, Austria (MSA)
EUR Vienna, Austria (E and USCOA) -
FE Vientiane, Laos (Indochina)
Vietnam, State of
EUR Vigo, Spain (C)
ARA Vitdria, Espirito Santo, Brazil (C)
EUR Warsaw, Poland (E)
EUR Wellington, New Zealand (E)
Wien. See Vienna.
EUR Windsor, Ontario, Canada (C) - -
EUR Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CG) -
Wiirttemberg-Baden, Germany —
FE Yokohama, Japan (CG)
FE Yokohama, Japan (USIE).
Yiinnanfu. See Kunming.
EUR Zagreb, Yugoslavia (C)
EUR ZUrich, Switzerland (CG) —
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Abbreviations and Symbols
Categories and Salaries of Foreign Service Personnel and Technical Cooperation
Posts of Assignment
Personnel Assigned to the Department
Personnel on Special and Temporary Detail
Personnel on Detail as Inspectors
Personnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Closed, Etc
Mutual Security Agency
Classification of Foreign Service Staff Officers
Index of Persons
ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
AA office of army attache
admin — »- administrative
A. E. and ambassador extraordinary and pleni-
Air A office of air attache
ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs
br branch '
C ■ consulate
CA consular agency
CG consulate general
CM class of career minister
cons consul or consular
DMPA Defense Materials Procurement
E emt)assy (after name of post)
ECE Economic Commission for Europe
ed — T editor or editorial
E. E. and envoy extraordinary and minister pleni-
M. P. potentiary
EUR - Bureau of European Affairs (x2073)
FE - Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs (x5231)
FSO — Foreign Service officer
FSR Foreign Service Reserve officer
FSS Foreign Service Staff officer
GER - Bureau of German Affairs (x5429)
HICOG Office of U.S. High Commissioner
lAR International Authority on the Ruhr
ICAO International Civil Aviation
ILO International Labor Organization
inst » — institute or institution
instr instruction or instructor
ITU International Communication Union
L legation (after name of post)
MSA Mutual Security Agency
NA office of naval attache
NAC North Atlantic Council
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian
and African Affairs (x3588)
PEP President's Escapee Program
pub publisher or publication
RIAS Radio in American sector
SHAPE Supreme Headquarters of Allied
Powers in Europe
S.P. special purpose post
TCA Technical Cooperation Administration
UNRWA United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees
USCOA U.S. High Commissioner for
USIE ,- Office of U.S. Information and
USP Office of U. S. Political Adviser
V. c vice consul
Openings, closings, ana changes in rank from
July 1. 1952 to October 1, 1952.
Offices changed in rank, status, etc .
Amman, Jordan, changed from (L) to (E) on
August 27, 1952.
Beirut, Lebanon, changed from (L) to (E) on
August 27, 1952.
Damascus, Syria, changed from (L) to (E) on
August 27, 1952.
Salonika, Greece, changed from (C) to (CG) on
September 2, 1952.
Asmara, Eritrea, (C), federated with Ethiopia
September 11, 1952.
Breakdown of posts as of October 1, 1952
Political Advisers' Offices
Resident U. S. Delegation
Belo Horizonte, Brazil,(CA), opened
July 7, 1952.
Foreign Service Officers
Class of Career Minister $14, 300
Class 2 11, 130 to
Class 3 9, 130 to
$12,800 to $14,300
Class 4 $6,963 to $8,863
Cass 5 5, 313 to 6,713
Class 6 3,993 to 5,093
Foreign Service Reserve Officers
$12,800 to $14,300
11, 130 to 12,700
9, 130 to 11,030
Foreign Service Staff Officers and Employees
Class 1 - — — $ 9, 950 to $11, 130
Class 2 - - 9, 230 to 10,250
Class 3 8, 481 to
Class 4 - -.- 7, 689 to
Class 5 7, 095 to
Class 6 - 6, 501 to
Class 7 — — . 5, 907 to
Class 8 5, 313 to
Class 9 4,719 to
Class 10 - 4,323 to
Class 11 3^927 to
$6, 963 to $8, 863
5,313 to 6,713
3,993 to 5,093
Class 12 $3,531 to $4,251
Class 13 3, 150 to 3,870
Class 14 - 2, 790 to
Class 15 2,610 to
Class 16 2, 430 to
Class 17 2, 250 to
Class 18 - - 2, 070 to
Class 19 1,890 to
Class 20 - - 1,710 to
Class 21 - - - - 1, 530 to
Class 22 1, 350 to
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
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all Foreign Service Reserve officers; all Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and
above; Technical Cooperation Administration officers of class nine and above; certain For-
eign Service Staff officers of classes ten, eleven, and twelve only when assigned to posts
with a complement of one, two, and/or three officers; and a special section furnished by
the Mutual Security Agency.
Method of Listing Personnel
The listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank except in
the case of the chief of mission and/or principal officer at the post. The relative rank of
officers in the Foreign Service is determined by regulation as set forth in Volume I of the
Foreign Service Manual, Part VI, Chapter 100.
The January issue of the List includes the posts of assignment, the consular districts,
the tariff of Foreign Service fees, the index of persons, and the geographic index.
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One of these three issues each year will include a section showing the breakdown by class
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POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT
Name and title
(AA & Air A)
Angus Ward, app. A. E. and P
William James Hayes, att
John Evarts Horner, 1st sec. ; cons —
Ciiarles F. Edmundson, att
John W. Bowling, 2d sec. ; cons
Frank J. T. EUis, att. (TCA)
Robert B. Dreessen, 2d sec. ; v. c
James D. Moffett, 2d sec; v. c
Joseph A. Donohoe, asst. att
Helen Mary Nagay, disbursing officer -
Ralph E. Lindstrom, 3d sec; v. c
Lt. Col. William C. Newman, army att -
Col. John B. Pattison, air att — —
Maj. Richard E. Jones, asst. air att
Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att. ^ -
Apr. 30, 1952
Mar. 20, 1950
Apr. 29, 1952
Oct. 24, 1951
FSO-1 - -
FSO-4 — -
FSS-6 - —
Buenos Aires (E)
Albert F. Nufer, A. E. and P
Lester DeWitt Mallory, couns. of emb.
with personal rank of minister.
Joe D. Walstrom, couns. of emb. for
Robert Granville Caldwell, couns. of emb-
Joseph B. Costanzo, 1st sec. ; cons
Robert C. Martindale, 1st sec. ; cons
Richard M. Connell, 1st sec. ; cons
Warren H. McKenney, att. ^
Kenneth J. Yearns, 1st sec. ; cons, gen -
David Wilken, att
Clarence A. Boonstra, 1st sec
Roy Lee Wade, 1st sec — — —
Andy George Wilkison, att
Findley Weaver, 1st sec. ; cons
Eugene Francis Karst, att
Victor E. Campbell, att
James E. Bowers, 2d sec —
Connie R. Herron, att
Roy T. Davis, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons
Howard Brandon, 2d sec. ; cons
William B. Hart, att
Gilbert A. Crandall, asst. att
Wilfred P. Allard, att. ^
Ray Sena, Jr. , asst. att
Earle S. Pittman, gen. sers. officer
Robert D. Barton, asst. att. (Rosario) —
Abraham Vigil, v. c — - —
Isabel Gladys Conroy, act. personnel
Oscar H. Guerra, v. c
William B. Murray, asst. att —
Viron P. Vaky, 2d sec. ; v. c
Richard S. Sampson, asst. att
Max Ray Caldwell, asst. att
William R. Hazen, v. c —
Robert Wade Seward, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c -
John M. Cluff, 3d sec ; V. c — ~
Peggy Ann Miller, asst. att — - — - —
Charles C. Wilson, Jr., asst. att
Joseph H. Quintanilla, disbursing officer-
Barbara Ann Aitken, asst. att
Robert F. Florstedt, v. c —
Frances Ellen Coughlin, asst. att
Marion Maxine Whinery, gen. sers. asst-
May 29, 1952
May 23, 1949
July 19, 1949
FSR-2 - -
FSO-2 - —
FSO-3 - -
FSS-1 - —
FSR-3 - -
FSR-3 - —
FSR-4 - -
FSS-9 — -
^ Assigned to Kabul and Karachi.
Assigned also to Bogota, Lima, Monteyideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago.
^Resident in Rosario.
Name and title
Buenos Aires (E) -
(AA, NA, & Air A)
Canberra, Australian Capi-
tal Territory (E).
(AA, NA, & Air A)
Adelaide, South Australia
Brisbane, Queensland (C)-
Melbourne, Victoria (C) -
Perth, Western Australia
Sydney, New South Wales
ARGE NTINA- - Continued
Col. Arthur W. Tyson, army att
Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att.
and naval att. for air.i
Brig. Gen. Burton M. Hovey, Jr., air
Lt. Col. Edward D. Fitzpatrick, asst.
Lt. Comdr. Jack Bender Darragh, asst.
naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Col. Duane L. Kime, asst. air att
Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air
Maj. Fernando J. Fernandez, asst. air
Maj. Roy E. Gudith, asst. air att. ^
Pete Jarman, A. E. and P
Richard W. Byrd, couns. of erab
Julian L. Nugent, Jr. , 1st sec
Douglass K. Ballentine, 2d sec
Cora C. Briskey, econ. asst
Harold T. Christie, admin, officer
Col. John W. Middleton, army att.^
Capt. Robert Wayne Denbo, naval att. and
naval att. for air.-^
Col. John L. Sullivan, air att. *
Lt. Comdr. Robert Douglas Macklin, asst
naval att. and asst. naval att. for air."
Lt. Col. George A. Uhrich, asst. air att.''-
Maj. James K. Clark, asst. air att.' -
John F. O' Grady, v. c
Charles C. Carson, v. c
Henry E. Stebbins, cons.
Charles S. Millet, cons
Joseph William Thoman, cons
Russell C. Heater, v. c
James T. Rush, v. c
James D. Crane, v. c
Thelma Passo, v. c
Edward C. Ingraham, Jr. , v. c
May 6, 1952
Aug. 29, 1950
Jan. 5, 1949
Oct. 2, 1951
Mar. 31, 1951
May 30, 1950
June 23, 1951
Feb. 18, 1949
Feb. 16, 1952
June 8, 1949
Nov. 20, 1950
Sept. 28, 1951
Apr. 4, 1952
Dec. 25, 1949
Aug. 19, 1952
Apr. 28, 1952
Aug. 24, 1951
Nov. 27, 1951
May 22, 1951
Jan. 30, 1951
Sept. 10, 1951
Apr. 26, 1949
Donald W. Smith, cons, gen
Gillespie S. Evans, cons
Harris R. Hungerford, cons
Kennett F. Potter, cons
Thomas Clyde M. Robinson, cons
WiUiam Estill Phipps, Jr. , cons
Harold E. Hall, cons
Richard H. Stephens, cons
Sanford Menter, cons
Herbert E. Weiner, v. c
Arthur I. Wortzel, v. c
North Clive Burn, v. c
Marion E. Anderson, econ. asst
Ralph H. Wheeler, Jr. , disbursing officer
1 Assigned also to Asunci6n.
^Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, and Santiago.
Resident in Melbourne.
•'Assigned also to Wellington; resident in Melbourne.
'Assigned to Canberra and Wellington.
POSTS OF ASSIGNMEhfT
Name and title
AUSTRIA (EMBASSY AND OFFICE OF THE U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)!
Office of the Chief of Mis-
sion and U.S. High