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Burke statue. Formal presentation by British Delegation from the Sulgrave Institution, Oct. 12. Left to rt.: Rev. G.C.F. Bratenhal, Sir Chas. Wakefield, Fred Wakefield, Secy. of War Weeks, Alton B. Parker, Chancellor of the Institution and Lady Geddes

World power conferees visit Roosevelt, Washington, D.C., September 11. A group of delegates of the World Power Conference photographed outside the White House after they had paid a visit to President Roosevelt. From the left: F. L. Carlisle, Chairman of the Board of Consolidated Edison Co., of N.Y.; Morris L. Cooke, chief of the R.E.A.; W.F. Durand, Acting Chairman of the Conferences; Sir Harold Hartley, Chairman of the British Delegation; and in back; C.E. Stephens, Vice-President of the Westinghouse Co.

World power conferees visit Roosevelt, Washington, D.C., September 11. A group of delegates of the World Power Conference photographed outside the White House after they had paid a visit to President Roosevelt. From the left: F. L. Carlisle, Chairman of the Board of Consolidated Edison Co., of N.Y.; Morris L. Cooke, chief of the R.E.A.; W.F. Durand, Acting Chairman of the Conferences; Sir Harold Hartley, Chairman of the British Delegation; and in back; C.E. Stephens, Vice-President of the Westinghouse Co

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