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Senate leaders call at the White House to receive the nomination of John G. Sargent of Plymouth as the next Atty. Gen. following the rejection of Charles B. Warren by the Senate for the second time. Left to rt: Sen. Joseph P. Robinson, Ark., Sen. Charles Curtis, Kan., and David Barry, Sargent-at-Arms of the Senate

Senate leaders call at the White House to receive the nomination of John G. Sargent of Plymouth as the next Atty. Gen. following the rejection of Charles B. Warren by the Senate for the second time. Left to rt: Sen. Joseph P. Robinson, Ark., Sen. Charles Curtis, Kan., and David Barry, Sargent-at-Arms of the Senate

 
 
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Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve.
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Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955.
General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec
Temp. note: Batch eight.

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01/01/1925
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district of columbia
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