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U.S. Reports: Pollard v. Vinton, 105 U.S. 7 (1882)

U.S. Reports: Insurance Co. v. Railroad Co., 104 U.S. 146 (1881)

U.S. Reports: Roundtree v. Smith, 108 U.S. 269 (1882-1883)

U.S. Reports: Standard Oil Co. v. United States, 221 U.S. 1 (1910)

POWELL, G. HAROLD, CHIEF, PERISHABLE COMMODITIES DIV., U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION

POWELL, G. HAROLD, CHIEF, PERISHABLE COMMODITIES DIV., U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION

U.S. Reports: Norman v. B. & (and) O. R. Co., 294 U.S. 240 (1935)

United States Code: Commodity Exchanges, 7 U.S.C. §§ 1-17a (Suppl. 3 1934)

Cotton state Solons present demands for enactment of farm program to president. Washington, D.C., Aug 5. Led by Senator Ellison D. "Cotton Ed" Smith, of South Carolina, a delegation of congressmen from the cotton states called on President Roosevelt today and presented their demands for enactment of a farm program before congressional adjournment. After the conference a spokesman for the group told reporters he felt the president would make stabilization loans under existing discretionary powers, probably through the Commodity Credit Corporation, on all basic commodities if given "definite assurances" that a farm production control program would be enacted early next session. In the picture, left to right: Rep. William R. Poage, Texas; Rep. John J. Sparkman, Ala.; Senator Ellison D. Smith, S.C.; Rep. Rene L. De Rouen, LA.; Rep. Lyndon Johnson, Tex.; Rep. Aaron Lane Ford, Miss. and Rep. Clyde Garrett, Texas, 8/5/37

Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The commodities on the counter represent two weeks allotment for four people. Photograph made in Farm Security Administration (FSA) distributing station for emergency grants of food and clothing to destitute agricultural workers. Bakersfield, California

Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio

Warehouse, used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families during cotton strike of October 1938. Bakersfield, California

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Warehouse used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families. Bakersfield, California

Warehouse, used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families during cotton strike of October 1938. Bakersfield, California

Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Relief line waiting for commodities, San Antonio, Texas

Home of Mexican squatters in San Antonio, Texas. They were receiving commodities from relief

Unemployed miner with food from surplus commodities corporation. Zeigler, Illinois

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Mexican woman preparing spinach. San Antonio, Texas. The spinach was a part of her relief commodities

Pea pickers waiting at Farm Security Administration (FSA) office for issue of surplus commodities. Calipatria, California

Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Home of Mexican squatters in San Antonio, Texas. They were receiving commodities from relief

Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.

Mexican man and woman waiting for relief commodities, San Antonio, Texas

Relief line waiting for commodities, San Antonio, Texas

Wife of evicted sharecropper in tent along highway cooking beans obtained from surplus commodities. New Madrid County, Missouri

Part of lineup of Mexicans waiting for relief commodities San Antonio, Texas

Stopping to exchange greetings and news on the way to town to peddle and trade vegetables for other commodities. Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Returning home after peddling and trading garden produce for other commodities. Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky

Georgia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

U.S. Reports: U.S. v. Carolina Carriers Corp., 315 U.S. 475 (1942)

Migratory workers waiting to receive supplies of surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida

Migratory workers waiting to receive supplies of surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida

Taking supplies home from surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida

Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia. At a surplus commodities mattress-making project

Distribution of surplus commodities near the railroad station. Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Migratory workers waiting to receive surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida

U.S. Reports: Parker v. Brown, 317 U.S. 341 (1943)

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

Mason Manghum, head of Traveling Priorities Clinic makes "V for Victory" sign to explain to manufacturer's representatives why curtailment or rationing of many commodities is imperative

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

West Danville, Vermont. OPA (Office of Price Administration) inspector Maurice J. Sullivan stopping in for a friendly visit with the Hastings. He mentions that chickens and strawberries don't have to have their calling prices posted because they are not designated as cost of living commodities in Bulletin no. 1, entitled "The General Maximum Price Regulation," which he holds in his hand

Cabo Rojo (vicinity), Puerto Rico. Waiting in line for surplus commodities. They received fatback and meal

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

U.S. Reports: Noble. v. United States., 319 U.S. 88 (1943)

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day

Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line to get surplus commodities. They were distributing fatback and meal

[Commodities traders on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade] / Stanley Kubrick.

[Commodities traders on the floor of Chicago Board of Trade] / Stanley Kubrick.

Southern Africa, flow of major commodities.

U.S. Reports: Chicago Mercantile Exchange v. Deaktor, 414 U.S. 113 (1973)

Commodity Exchange Heads seek method to prevent defrauding of public commodities. Washington, D.C., Aug. 1. Representatives of six major commodity exchanges today conferred with Department of Agriculture officials on methods of preventing so-called commodity counselors from defrauding the public through promises of extra-ordinary profits. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Harry L. Brown is pictured as he laid before the group recommendations of Secretary Wallace for "vigorous action" to discourage brokerage houses from accepting business from certain types of commodity counselors. On the right of Mr. Brown is Dr. J.W.T. Duvel, Chief of the Commodity Exchange Administration. Represented at the meeting were the Chicago Board of Trade, New York Cotton Exchange, New Orleans Cotton Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, New York Mercantile Exchange, New York Wool Tops Exchange, and the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, 8/1/38

Advisor to Chinese Finance Minister White House visitor. Washington, D.C., Oct. 13. K.P. Chen, left; entering the White House today with Sec. of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Chen, is heading a special Chinese Financial Mission, which is in this country seeking to widen its current silver agreement with the Treasury to include a broad economic understanding embracing purchases of surplus American Farm Commodities and means of obtaining private credit because of continuation of the War with Japan, 10/13/38

"Administration propaganda halts rise in prices of farm commodities." Washington, D.C. June 7. Speaking before the Senate Agriculture Committee today, Seantor Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma, assailed "propaganda" by administration officials which he said has worked to halt the rise in prices of farm commodities. He placed in the records copies of speeches by Secretary Wallace, Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel and Leon Henderson, government economists, which Thomas said, urged "Keeping Prices Low". 6/7/37

White House caller. Washington, D.C., June 11. Senator Josh Lee, Democrat of Oklahoma, leaving the White House today after a short conference with President Roosevelt. Later Senator Lee in the Senate suggested that Congress appropriate $50,000,000 for the purchase of surplus agricultural commodities to feed the refugees of war-torn Europe

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Massachusetts and New York General Assembly, February 1777, Correspondence on Limiting the Prices of Commodities

Men waiting in line for relief commodities, San Antonio, Texas

Noverint Universi per presentas No s [Ship’s bond to land enumerated commodities only in other of her Majesty’s plantations, or in some port of Great Britain.] [n. p. 1710] [Positive Photostat].

Noverint Universi per presentas No s [Ship’s bond to land enumerated commodities only in other of her Majesty’s plantations, or in some port of Great Britain.] [n. p. 1710] [Positive Photostat].

Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio

Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio