United States Ambassador to Luxembourg
|Ambassador of the United States to Luxembourg|
Seal of the United States Department of State
|Inaugural holder||Stanford Newel
|Website||U.S. Embassy - Luxembourg|
The United States Ambassador to Luxembourg oversees the U.S. Embassy in that country. He or she supervises the embassy staff in the conduct of diplomatic relations with the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and coordination of the activities of U.S. Government personnel serving in Luxembourg as well as official visitors. Under the ambassador's direction, the embassy staff provides consular services, including visas for visitors to the United States and passports for United States citizens in Luxembourg.
After World War II, the United States returned to appointing the Ambassador to Belgium concurrently as the Ambassador to Luxembourg.
Since 1956 the United States Ambassador to Luxembourg has been appointed separately from the Ambassador to the Netherlands.
This is a complete list of United States envoys and ambassadors appointed to Luxembourg since 1903:
United States Ambassadors to The Netherlands and Luxembourg
- Stanford Newel 1903-1905
- David J. Hill 1905-1908
- Arthur M. Beaupre 1908-1911
- Lloyd Bryce 1911-1913
- Henry van Dyke 1913-1917
- John W. Garrett 1917-1919
- William Phillips 1920-1922
- Richard M. Tobin 1923
United States Ambassadors to Luxembourg Government in exile
- Jay Pierrepont Moffat 1941-1943
- Ray Atherton 1943
- Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr. 1943
- Rudolf E. Schoenfeld 1944
United States Ambassadors to Belgium and Luxembourg
- Charles W. Sawyer 1944-1945
- Alan G. Kirk 1946-1949
- Perle Mesta 1949-1953
- Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. 1953-1956
United States Ambassadors to Luxembourg
- Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. 1956
- Vinton Chapin 1957-1960
- A. Burks Summers 1960-1961
- James Wine 1961-1962
- William R. Rivkin 1962-1965
- Patricia Roberts Harris 1965-1967
- George J. Feldman 1967-1969
- Kingdon Gould, Jr. 1969-1972
- Ruth Lewis Farkas 1973-1976
- Rosemary L. Ginn 1976-1977
- James G. Lowenstein 1977-1981
- John E. Dolibois 1981-1985
- Jean Broward Shevlin Gerard 1985-1990
- Frederick Morris Bush
- Edward Morgan Rowell 1990-1994
- Clay Constantinou 1994-1999
- James Hormel 1999-2001
- Gerald Loftus 2001-2002
- Peter Terpeluk, Jr. 2002-2005
- Ann Wagner 2005-2009
- Cynthia Stroum 2009-2011
- Robert A. Mandell 2011-2015
- David McKean 2016-present
- U.S. Department of State, Embassy of the United States to Luxembourg, Embassy Information, accessed July 10, 2013
- Congressional Printing Office, Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, Luxembourg: Establishment of Diplomatic Relations With Luxembourg, 1904, page 643
- U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian, A Guide to the United States' History of Recognition, Diplomatic, and Consular Relations, by Country, since 1776: Luxembourg, accessed July 10, 2013
- St. Petersburg Times, Who's Who in the Day's News? William Phillips, March 4, 1924
- New York Times, Churchill Sends Greetings, May 11, 1941
- Associated Press, Gettysburg Times, Winant is Nominated U.S. Ambassador to England, February 5, 1941
- Associated Press, Lawrence Journal-World, Names U.S. Envoys to Three Nations, September 20, 1944
- New York Times, Wiley T. Buchanan Jr.; Former Protocol Chief, February 18, 1986
- Also appointed to the Netherlands and resident at The Hague.
- Appointed, but did not serve.
- Appointed to the Government of Luxembourg exiled and established in Canada, and was also accredited to Canada; resided at Ottawa.
- Appointed to the Government of Luxembourg exiled and established in London, United Kingdom.
- Was Chargé d'Affaires until superseded.
- Also appointed to Belgium and resident at Brussels.
- Embassy of Luxembourg, Washington, D.C.
- Luxembourg – United States relations
- Foreign relations of Luxembourg
- Ambassadors of the United States
- "The Political Graveyard: Luxembourg". Retrieved 2007-11-08.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- United States Department of State: Background notes on Luxembourg
- This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Department of State (Background Notes).