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[Alf and Bullay, Moselle, valley of, Germany]

Alf. Coates

Alf. D. Wiler, Pa.

Victor Poster : Alf. Cortot plays

Alf. L. Baker

Mrs. Alf. Bennett Gates, seated

Sir Alf. Yarrow

J.R. Clynes, Alf. H. Gill

Alf. Jacques

Alf. Hoen

Alf Mahan

Peter Randazzo, Alf. Jacobson

Sir Alf. Balfour

Alf. Floegel

Bullay - Alf, Moselle Valley

Alf. L. Becker

Alf. C. Johnson

Alf. Plane -- teaching police to shoot

Alf. [i.e. Arthur] Zimmerman

Ersatzmiddel-Ausstellung, Wien, 1918 / Alf. Offner.

Zeichnet 8 Kriegsanleihe / Alf. Offner.

"Alf" Taylor, Gov. of Tenn.

Fé Alf (Wigman School)

Hopkins slams Gov. Landon. Harry Hopkins, administrator of FERA and head of WPA, tells reporters that Gov. Alf Landon of Kan., "balanced his budget in Kansas by taking money out of the hides of the needy." He said further that Landon's administration "had never put up a thin dime for relief." 11/1/35

GOP big shots meet, Washington, D.C. September 10. James C. Wilkes, Chairman of the local Republican Club speaks to John Hamilton, Alf Landon's energetic campaign manager. Hamilton spoke here at the National Press Club last night

Alf Landon, Repub. nominee for presidency in 1936, facing a battery of cameras when he arrived at White House for luncheon conference with Pres. Roosevelt

"Alf" Taylor, Gov. of Tenn., 2/15/22

Landon pays respects to Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Dec. 10. Former Gov. Alf Alndon, right, of Kansas and Sen. Arthur Capper, of Kansas, paid their respects to President Roosevelt today. They are shown just before entering the White House offices, Landon will accompany the President to the Gridiron Dinner tomorrow night. 12/10/37

McWhirter tells Dies Committee Semitic investigation was for personal information. Washington, D.C., May 23. Felix McWhirter, Indiana banker and Republican State Finance Officer, today's witness before the Dies Committee, was questioned as to why he wrote J.E. Campbell of Kentucky, inquiring if 'Hull's wife is a part of full blooded Semite,' and about 'Semitic connections' of Alf Landon and William Allen White. Dies asked, 'Why did you want that information?' 'For the same reason that I would like to have any factual information,' he replied. 'What difference did it make?' McWhirter leaned back. 'No difference,' he replied

Governor Landon at White House. Washington, D.C., Dec. 21. Campaign bitterness was forgotten today as Gov. Alf Landon, defeated Republican presidential candidate; spent an hour with President Roosevelt at the White House. As he left the Executive Mansion Gov. Landon, who is in Washington to attend the Gridion dinner, told Newspapermen "We talked about Christmas and the children. The President talked about his grandchildren and I talked about my youngsters." The Governor said they did not discuss the past campaign

Landon pays a social call to the White House. Washington, D.C., Dec. 10. Alf Landon, former governor of Kansas and recently runner against Roosevelt for the Presidency, photographed at the White House today, where he paid his respects to the President and who will go with [?] the President to attend the Gridiron [...] 12/10/37

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