Executive Order 6022-A—Classification of Mr. Harry A. McBride
Hany A. McBride, who has been serving as an Assistant to the Secretary of State without a competitive classified status since January 1, 1932, is hereby classified.
Mr. McBride entered the service of the Department of State as a clerk in the American Consulate at Dresden October 1, 1908, and served in a similar capacity at Bilbao 1909, Barcelona 1910, and Zurich 1911. In 1912 he was appointed, after examination, a consular assistant in the career Consular Service and in 1917 was promoted to the grade of consul. He served as an alternate American representative, Nitrate Executive, 1918, and as Acting General Receiver of Customs and Financial Adviser of Liberia and member of the Liberian International Debt Commission, 1918-19. He resumed his duties in the Consular Service as Consul at Warsaw in 1919 and served on special detail in the Department of State, 1920-1922. In 1923 he was appointed Vice Consul at Malaga where he remained until 1930, when he returned to the United States and accepted appointment as an assistant to an Assistant Secretary in the Department of State, in which capacity he served until appointed to his present position.
The White House,
February 10, 1933.
Herbert Hoover, Executive Order 6022-A—Classification of Mr. Harry A. McBride Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/361574