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US Ambassador to Bulgaria

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

US Ambassador to Bulgaria.

24-Apr-1901 30-Jun-1903 Charles M. Dickinson  
19-Sep-1903 04-Jun-1907 John B. Jackson  
21-Aug-1907 04-Feb-1909 Horace G. Knowles  
01-Feb-1912 18-Oct-1913 John B. Jackson  
26-Dec-1913 17-Dec-1918 Charles J. Vopicka  
18-Mar-1919 Dec-1921 Charles S. Wilson Interim
05-Dec-1921 04-Oct-1928 Charles S. Wilson  
28-Mar-1930 02-Aug-1933 Henry Wharton Shoemaker  
03-Apr-1934 30-Jun-1936 Frederick A. Sterling  
21-Oct-1937 05-Jul-1939 Ray Atherton  
02-Apr-1940 Dec-1941 George H. Earle III  
08-Nov-1947 24-Feb-1950 Donald R. Heath Declared persona non grata by Bulgarian government 19-Jan-1950; US suspends diplomatic relations 21-Feb-1950
14-Mar-1960 25-May-1962 Edward Page, Jr.  
03-Aug-1962 06-Dec-1964 Eugenie Anderson  
04-Jun-1965 20-May-1966 Nathaniel Davis  
26-Oct-1966 29-May-1970 John M. McSweeney  
04-Nov-1970 23-Jan-1973 Horace G. Torbert, Jr.  
03-Apr-1974 06-Aug-1977 Martin F. Herz  
16-Sep-1977 09-Oct-1979 Raymond L. Garthoff  
17-Oct-1979 27-Sep-1981 Jack Richard Perry  
08-Dec-1981 12-Jul-1984 Robert L. Barry  
13-Nov-1984 06-Feb-1987 Melvyn Levitsky  
04-Sep-1987 17-Aug-1990 Sol Polansky  
18-Sep-1990 05-Sep-1993 Hugh Kenneth Hill  
27-Oct-1993 17-Jan-1996 William Dale Montgomery  
05-Sep-1996 13-Aug-1999 Avis Bohlen  
08-Sep-1999 28-Feb-2002 Richard M. Miles  
13-May-2002 30-Jul-2005 James W. Pardew  
08-Sep-2005 Jun-2008 John R. Beyrle  
25-Jul-2008 -- Nancy E. McEldowney  



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