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US Ambassador to Cuba

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

US Ambassador to Cuba.

27-May-1902
02-Dec-1905
Herbert Goldsmith Squiers  
01-Mar-1906
05-Jan-1910
Edwin V. Morgan  
22-Mar-1910
27-Oct-1911
John B. Jackson  
18-Dec-1911
28-Jun-1913
Arthur M. Beaupre  
09-Aug-1913
18-Dec-1919
William E. Gonzales  
08-Jan-1920
17-Jun-1921
Boaz W. Long  
05-Mar-1923
28-May-1927
Enoch H. Crowder  
17-Dec-1927
23-Dec-1927
Noble Brandon Judah  
21-Nov-1929
02-Apr-1933
Harry F. Guggenheim  
11-May-1933
13-Dec-1933
Sumner Welles Normal relations interrupted 5-Sep-1933
28-Feb-1934
09-Mar-1937
Jefferson Caffery  
23-Aug-1937
04-Dec-1939
J. Butler Wright Died at post
08-Mar-1940
08-Feb-1942
George S. Messersmith  
19-May-1942
27-Apr-1945
Spruille Braden  
24-Jul-1945
22-May-1948
R. Henry Norweb  
08-Jun-1948
10-Feb-1951
Robert Butler  
20-Sep-1951
09-Aug-1953
Willard L. Beaulac  
16-Oct-1953
16-Jun-1957
Arthur Gardner  
23-Jul-1957
19-Jan-1959
Earl E. T. Smith  
03-Mar-1959
28-Oct-1960
Philip W. Bonsal  
Oct-1960
Jan-1961
Daniel M. Braddock Interim; US severs diplomatic relations with Cuba Jan-1961
Sep-1977
Jul-1979
Lyle F. Lane US Interests Section established in the Swiss Embassy 1-Sep-1977
Jul-1979
Aug-1982
Wayne S. Smith  
Aug-1982
Jul-1985
John A. Ferch  
Aug-1985
Sep-1987
Curtis W. Kamman  
Sep-1987
Sep-1990
John J. Taylor  
Sep-1990
Jul-1993
Alan H. Flanigan  
Jul-1993
Sep-1996
Joseph G. Sullivan  
Sep-1996
Sep-1999
Michael G. Kozak  
Sep-1999
Jun-2000
Vicki Huddleston  
Sep-2002
Sep-2005
James C. Cason  
Sep-2005
present
Michael E. Parmly  



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