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US Ambassador to Norway

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

US Ambassador to Norway.

31-May-1905
06-Aug-1906
Charles H. Graves Resident at Stockholm
13-Aug-1906
30-May-1911
Herbert H. D. Peirce  
10-Jun-1911
04-Oct-1913
Laurits S. Swenson  
04-Oct-1913
29-Jul-1921
Albert G. Schmedemann  
28-Nov-1921
09-Nov-1930
Laurits S. Swenson  
15-Nov-1930
03-Aug-1935
Hoffman Philip  
07-Sep-1935
21-May-1937
Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr.  
01-Jul-1937
22-Apr-1940
Florence Jaffray Harriman Norwegian government left Oslo 9-Apr-1940 in anticipation of German occupation
Apr-1940
15-Jul-1940
Raymond E. Cox Interim
2-Aug-1940
Mar-1940
Rudolf E. Schoenfeld Interim; Opened the legation in England
20-Mar-1941
01-Dec-1943
Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr.  
20-Dec-1944
20-Apr-1946
Lithgow Osborne Embassy reestablished at Oslo 31-May-1945
26-Jul-1946
31-Jul-1953
Charles Ulrick Bay  
10-Aug-1953
16-Feb-1957
L. Corrin Strong  
19-Jun-1957
15-May-1961
Frances E. Willis  
18-Apr-1961
04-Sep-1964
Clifton R. Wharton  
06-Oct-1964
23-May-1969
Margaret Joy Tibbetts  
23-Jun-1969
31-Aug-1973
Philip K. Crowe  
04-Oct-1973
10-Apr-1976
Thomas R. Byrne  
11-May-1976
18-Jun-1977
William A. Anders  
23-Aug-1977
28-Jan-1980
Louis A. Lerner  
04-Mar-1980
14-Feb-1981
Sidney Anders Rand  
05-Jan-1982
15-Sep-1984
Mark Evans Austad  
16-Oct-1984
17-Jul-1989
Robert D. Stuart  
29-Aug-1989
28-Feb-1993
Loret Miller Ruppe  
18-Nov-1993
22-Dec-1997
Thomas A. Loftus  
08-Jan-1998
07-Jan-2000
David B. Hermelin  
12-Sep-2000
01-Mar-2001
Robin Chandler Duke  
27-Feb-2002
21-Nov-2005
John Ong  
12-Jan-2006
present
Benson K. Whitney  



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