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S.D. Fess, Ohio

[Simeon D. Fess, bust portrait]

FESS, S.D.

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Rep. Simon D. Fess Sen. C. Curtis

FESS, SIMEON DAVISON. REP. FROM OHIO, 1913-1923; SENATOR, 1923-1935

FESS, SIMEON DAVISON. REP. FROM OHIO, 1913-1923; SENATOR, 1923-1935

Simeon D. Fess, Ohio

Simeon D. Fess, Ohio

Pres. Harding with Simeon D. Fess (left) and Col. Carmi A. Thompson (right) [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Senator Simeon D. Fess in Shrine fez

Lowell Fess (left) son of Senator-elect Fess of Ohio, at their desk

Miss Julienne Sessions, Pres. of the Ohio League of Women Voters, presenting a World Court petition to Sen. F.B. Willis, Chmn. of the Senate Foreign Committee. Left to right: Sen. Willis, Miss Sessions, and Sen. Simon D. Fess of Ohio

A marble championship between Senator and Pages - Senator Ralston leading off - Senators Magnus Johnson, Overman and Fess waiting their turn

Fess playing marbles, [4/26/24]

The first meeting of the commission to arrange for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington to be held in 1932, took place today, Feb. 16th at the White House with President Coolidge as chairman. The committee includes four members appointed by the Senate, four from the House and four appointed by the President. Left to right, front row: Senator Selden P. Spencer, Missouri; Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, President General, D.A.R.; President Coolidge; Mrs. John D. Sherman, Federation of Women's Clubs and Senator Simeon Fess, Ohio. Second row: Frederick H. Gillett, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Representative John Q. Tilson, Connecticut; Representative Willis C. Hawley, Oregon. Top row: Frank Munsey, publisher; Representative Joseph W. Byrns, Tennessee; Senator Thomas F. Bayard, Delaware; Senator Carter Class, Virginia, and Hanford Monider, former Commander of the American Legion

The Federal Theatre Project presents "Day is darkness" in 3 acts The famous anti-nazi play by George Fess : Directed by Adolph Freeman.

The Federal Theatre Project presents "Day is darkness" in 3 acts The famous anti-nazi play by George Fess : Directed by Adolph Freeman.

The Federal Theatre Project presents "Day is darkness" in 3 acts The famous anti-nazi play by George Fess : Directed by Adolph Freeman.

[Portrait of Fess Williams and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

[Portrait of Fess Williams and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

Simon D. Fess, Harding, Carin A. Thompson, 8/17/22

Lehr Fess, 10/2/19

Col. Arthur Woods - Fess[?] & Kenyon, 11/17/21

Simeon D. Fess, 12/5/22

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