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The Refectory of the Senate, Washington, D.C. - Senators and their friends at luncheon

An animated luncheon /

[Natural Food Company conservatory, girl's luncheon, Niagara, N.Y.]

Persia, Cossacks at luncheon

Hains jury going to luncheon, outside court house, Flushing, N.Y.

Girls' luncheon, Natural Food Conservatory, Niagara, N.Y.

Brunswick employees' luncheon

Arrival of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt for luncheon at West Pavilion, World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

Minister of War's luncheon on arsenal grounds

A tourist sleeper luncheon party

Eighty-fifth Anniversary Luncheon tendered by Henry A. Willard to Association Oldest Inhabitants D.C., Occidental Hotel, Washington, May 14, 1907

[Luncheon by Aero Club of America honoring Glenn Curtiss, NYC, Sept. 22, 1909. Curtiss and Wilbur Wright at head table

[Twenty-three members of the U.S. House of Representatives who are members of Rotary Clubs posed on steps of the U.S. Capitol after having their rotary luncheon]

[Left to right: Mrs. William N. Butler, wife of the Senator from Mass., Mrs. Frederick Gillett, wife of the Senator from Mass., and Mrs. Oscar Underwood, wife of the Senator from Alabama, at the weekly Senate Ladies Luncheon, Edgemoor]

Luncheon at the bath

Sen. Smoot luncheon

Miss Anne Fitzhugh Miller, of Lochland entertains Sylvia Pankhurst at luncheon

Enjoying an outdoor luncheon, Theodore Roosevelt in Colorado

NATIONAL BEAGLE CLUB OF AMERICA. LUNCHEON ON MOUNTAIN SIDE

Becker jury going to luncheon

French Officers at luncheon in the field

BOARDMAN, MABEL, MISS; TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD; MURRAY, ARTHUR, BRIG. GEN., U.S.A.; MOORE, JOHN BASSETT, COUNSELOR OF STATE DEPARTMENT. RED CROSS; LUNCHEON

Mrs. Robert Adamson, wife of Fire Commissioner of N.Y. City. She will attend C[ongressional] U[nion] conference Sat. and speak at luncheon in honor of departing [suffrage] envoys.

BOARDMAN, MABEL, MISS. RED CROSS LUNCHEON

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. UNIDENTIFIED; BOARDMAN; TAFT; MRS. SCOTT; DAVISON

McLEAN, MRS. EDWARD BEALE. RED CROSS, LUNCHEON

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. GENERAL VIEW

British officers' luncheon in wrecked village

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. CHARLES D. NORTON, LEFT

RED CROSS LUNCHEON T.R. SHIPP; TAFT; NORTON

BOARDMAN, MABEL, MISS. RED CROSS LUNCHEON

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. MRS. E.B. McLEAN, RIGHT

BARNETT, MRS. GEORGE. RED CROSS, LUNCHEON

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. LADIES; SHIPPS, RIGHT

McLEAN, MRS. EDWARD BEALE. RED CROSS, LUNCHEON

RED CROSS LUNCHEON ON GENERAL SCOTT'S LAWN. MRS. HUGH L. SCOTT

Community chorus luncheon

Ron D. Haynes roadside luncheon, 8/13/[...]

Luncheon tendered to President Wilson by Ad. Club

Women's luncheon to President Wilson

General Hooton. General Hooten's farewell luncheon I

Cannon birthday luncheon, 1920, 5/6/20

General Hooton. General Hooten's farewell luncheon II

Cannon luncheon, 1920, 5/6/20

Ron D. Haynes, roadside luncheon

Cameron & Hays at Rotary Club luncheon

City Club luncheon, builders group

Senate ladies luncheon, [2/22/21]

[Senate Ladies luncheon], 2/22/21

[Senate Ladies luncheon], 2/22/21

[Unidentified group of women (Senate ladies luncheon?)]

Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge entertain members of Rep. Nat'l Comm. at luncheon at White House, Dec. 12. Posed on south lawn

Cameron & Hays at Rotary Club luncheon, [8/10/21]

Cameron & Hays at Rotary Club luncheon, [8/10/21]

Luncheon was given at the Pan American Union by Dr. L.S. Rowe, the Director General of the Pan American Union, in honor of Dr. Don Pedro Manuel Arcaya, the new minister from Venezuela

Governors and Cabinet officers on steps of White House with Pres. Harding following luncheon and discussion of the liquor situation. "Tighten up don't loosen up" was the verdict on prohibition

Senate ladies luncheon, [1/8/24]

After nomination luncheon of Pres. Coolidge, [8/14/24]

After nomination luncheon of Pres. Coolidge at White House, [Washington, D.C., 8/14/24]

Dr. S.H. Rowe, Director of the Pan. Amer. Union, entertained at luncheon today in honor of the members of the Amer. Railway Comm. at the Pan Amer. bldg.: Lft. to rt., front row: Hon. Francisco P. De Hoyas, Mexico; Chas. M. Pepper; Hon. Santiago Marin Vicuna, Chile; back row: Dr. L.S. Rowe and Dr. Esteban Gil Borges, Asst. Director of the Pan Amer. Union

After nomination luncheon of Pres. Coolidge at White House, [Washington, D.C., 8/14/24]

After nomination luncheon of Pres. Coolidge at White House, [Washington, D.C., 8/14/24]

Secy. of Navy Curtis D. Wilbur was the guest of Senate Naval Affairs Committee luncheon. Left to right, front row: Senators O.E. Weller of Md., S.M. Shortridge of Calif., Henry C. Lodge of Mass., Secy. Wilbur, and Frederick Hale of Maine. Left to right, back row: George W. Pepper of Pa., Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., E.S. Broussard of La., C.A. Swanson of Va., Edward I. Edwards of N.J., and Royal S. Copeland of NY

[After nomination luncheon of Pres. Coolidge, 8/14/24]

[Senate ladies luncheon]

Officials and members of Dip. Corps guests at luncheon given by Dr. L.S. Row, Dir. Gen. of Pan-Amer. Union, in honor of Peruvian Ambassador Dr. Herman Velarde. Front row, left to rt.: Secy. Wallace, Amb. Velarde, Secy. Hughes, Secy. Wilbur, Dr. Jose F. Cavero. Back row: Dr. L.S. Rowe, Admiral Leigh D. Palmer, Francis White, Dr. Manuel Gamio, Eugene M. Gomez Maillerfert, James M. Beck, Solicitor Gen. Willis C. Cook, Amer. Minister to Venezuela Dr. J. C. Marriam, Vice-Pres. Nat'l Academy of Sciences Dr. Juan J. Mendoza, Hector Velarde and Dr. E. Gil Borges

Senate Ladies Luncheon

Luncheon at Pan American Union to D.E.A. Morales & D.M.M. Sterling

Luncheon by Dr. Rowe to Dr. Alfredo Zayas of Cuba, [9/23/25]

Senate ladies luncheon at Capitol

Senate Ladies Luncheon at Hamilton Hotel, [Washington, D.C., 2/24/25]

Dr. L.A. [...]rowe, Director General of the American Union entertains at luncheon, Sept. 15th at the Pa[...] American Annex, in honor of the Minister of Chile to England. The assistant Secretary of Labor of Chile and Hon. Manuel Gar[...] de la Huesta of Chile. In the group, front row, left to right: [...] Manuel Garcia de la Huerta; Rafael H. Elizalde Minister of E [...] Ambassador from Chile Beltran Mathieu; Minister Migu[...] Cruchaga of Chile to London; Stokeley W. Morgan, State Depart[...] back row, left to right: Dr. E. Gil Borges, Assistant Directo[...] the Pan-American Union; Assistant Secretary of Labor of Chile [...] Poblete; Dr. L.S. Rowe and Benjamin Cohen Secretary of the [...] Embassy

Host and hostess to the President and Mrs. Coolidge, Cyrus H.K. Curtis with Mrs. Curtis, snapped on board their yacht Lydonia, now anchored off Haines [i.e. Hains] Point in the Potomac River and on which the President and Mrs. Coolidge where [sic] entertained at luncheon

Where President and Mrs. Coolidge were entertained today; "Lydonia," the yacht of Cyrus H. K. Curtiss [i.e. Curtis], now anchored off Haines [i.e. Hains] Point in the Potomac River on which the President and Mrs. Coolidge were entertained at luncheon today

Minister of War and Navy of Venezuela is honored luncheon guest at Pan American Union. A luncheon in honor of the Minister of War and Navy of Venezuela, Hon. Carlos Jiminez, was given by Dr. Leo S. ?, Director of the Pan American Union in Washington today. In the front row, left to right: R. A. Young, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board; Attorney General John G. Sargent ; Venezuelan minister Carlos F. Grisanti; Minister of War and Navy of Venezuela Carlos Jiminez; secretary of the Navy Curtis D. Wilbur and Undersecretary of state Robert E. Olds

Coolidge are luncheon guest of Saturday Evening Post publisher aboard yacht in Potomac. President Coolidge on board the Mayflower barge leaving for the yacht of Mr. and Mrs Cyrus H.K. Curtis where he was a luncheon guest with Mrs Coolidge today. Mr. Curtis is the millionaire publisher of the Saturday Evening Post and a prominent Republican

President and Mrs. Coolidge with their host and hostess, Cyruss [i.e. Cyrus] H.K. Curtis, and other guests who attended the luncheon given on the Curtis yacht, "Lydonia," which is anchored off Haines [i.e. Hains] Point in the Potomac River

Pan American Union leaders luncheon to Minister of Nicaragua. The Director of the Pan American Union, Dr. Leo S. Rowe gave a luncheon in honor of the Minister from Nicaragua Dr. Juan B. Sacasa, today. In the front row, left to right: Lawrence Richey, secretary to President Hoover; Nicaraguan Minister Dr. Juan B. Sacasa; Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams; Secretary of Labor, James J. Davis; Francis White, Assistant Secretary of State

Senator has annual birthday party. Every tenth of January, Ernest W. Smoot gives a birthday luncheon for his father, Sen. Reed Smoot of Utah. A few months later, the Senator reciprocates by giving a similar party for his son. The photograph shows the principals and few of the guests at the luncheon on the Senator's 69th birthday. Left to right: Ernest W. Smoot, Secretary of the Treasury Mellon, Sen. Smoot, Sen. James Watson and Postmaster General Brown, 1/10/30

Given luncheon at Capitol. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today tendered a luncheon to General Jan Christian Smuts, former premier of South Africa. Seated in the center of the group: Senator Claude A. Swanson, General Smuts, Eric H. Low, South African Minister to the United States, Senator Rey Pittman and Philip C, Nash, Director of the League of Nations Association

Electric Institute of Washington. Luncheon in Electric Institute II

Electric Institute of Washington. Luncheon in Electric Institute I

Given luncheon at Capitol. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today tendered a luncheon to General Jan Christian Smuts, former premier of South Africa. Seated in the center of the group: Senator Claude A. Swanson, General Smuts, Eric H. Low, South African Minister to the United States, Senator Rey Pittman and Philip C, Nash, Director of the League of Nations Association

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. building. Luncheon in Electric Institute

Mrs. Hoover guest of senatorial ladies. One of the outstanding social affairs of the Capital this week was the Senate Ladies Luncheon, at which Mrs. Hoover was the guest of honor. In the photograph, left to right; Mrs. Claude Swan

Illinois daughters attending D.A.R. Convention. After a luncheon at the Willard Hotel in Washington today, this group of Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution attending the forty-first continental congress, posed for this photograph. In the front row, left to right: Mrs. Arnold Fernsted; Mrs. David J. Peffers, Illinois State Regent; Mrs. Frederick C. Barnett, Regent, Peoria Chapter; Mrs. Henry M. Pindell; Mrs. John H. Roth; Mrs. Electa B. Spangler; Mrs. John G. Oglesby. Back row, left to right: Miss Mary Knapp; Mrs. Frederick Albertson; Mrs. John Neilson; Mrs. H.C. Blanchard; Mrs. Charles L. Wilson; Mrs. William E. Hull, wife of Congressman Hull; and Mrs. Nathan B. Hendee, 4/19/32

FIRST LADY MEETS DEMOCRATIC PARTY MASCOT. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. ROOSEVELT FEEDS 'QUEENIE,' THE OFFICIAL MASCOT OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, A LUMP OF SUGAR AT THE LUNCHEON AND GARDEN PARTY GIVEN AT WOODLAWN, THE HOME OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR AND MRS. HARRY H. WOODRING. 'QUEENIE,' WHO WAS A PRESENT TO POSTMASTER GENERAL FARLEY LAST WINTER BY AN ADMIRER, WAS THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION AT THE PARTY WHICH WAS GIVEN BY THE WOMEN'S [...]

MRS. ROOSEVELT IS GUEST OF GIRL SCOUTS AT 15-CENT LUNCHEON. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ENJOYED A 15-CENT LUNCHEON TODAY AS GUEST OF THE GIRL SCOUTS IN THEIR 'LITTLE HOUSE' IN WASHINGTON. ON THE LEFT IS WALTER W. HEAD, PRESIDENT OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. FLORENCE YEAGER IS THE GIRL SCOUT SERVING THE FIRST LADY OF THE LAND

Cairo and district, Egypt. Luncheon on the Nile. Boatmen at their noon-day meal

Junior League luncheon. Miss Anne Carter Green, left, president of the Junior League of Washington, and Mrs. Robert F. Dingman, New York City, representing the Association of Junior Leagues of America, photographed at the League luncheon which launches the new program of welfare work for the coming year. 11/1/35

At C of C meeting. David R. Edwards, Boston, vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, left, and Lee J. Dougherty, Davenport, Iowa, photographed at the buffet luncheon which served as an intermission at the Chamber Council of War on New Deal legislation. 9/20/35

Good for the disposition. The remark which caused the hearty laughter of Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary of Navy Claude Swanson may have been almost anything. It was a stag affair, a luncheon given by the Secretary for Vice Admiral Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

Champion mustaches. Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary Claude Swanson sport the most outstanding mustaches in official Washington. It is not often that an opportunity for comparison occurs. This occasion was the luncheon given by the Secretary for the visiting Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

Explaining New Deal. From the left, W. Dale Clark of Omaha; Lyman E. Wakefield, of Minneapolis, and Thomas R. Preston, Chattanooga, all directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, photographed at the luncheon which interrupted the "explaining" of the New Deal by Chamber Directors. It was emphasized that the Directors were not "denouncing" the New Deal, merely "explaining"

Honor Harvard football coach. Rep. J. Hamilton Fish, R. of N.Y. left, was host at a luncheon given in the speaker's dining room at the Capitol Wednesday in honor of Dick Harlow, new Harvard football coach. 1/23/35

Wash. D.C. Distinguished company. The luncheon of the U.S. Conference of Mayors here today grouped, from the left: Mayor Howard W. Jackson of Baltimore; Mayor F.H. LaGuardia of New York; Henry Folbey, corporation counsel of Boston, and J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice. 11/18/35

Wash. D.C. Funny. Mayor F.H. LaGuardia, right, finds something quite amusing as he sits beside Mayor Howard W. Jackson of Baltimore, at the luncheon given the U.S. Conference of Mayors at the opening session here today. Mayor LaGuardia eveidently is NOT thinking about the relief

At Navy luncheon. Secretary Claude Swanson, center, gives a stag luncheon in honor of Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best, Royal Navy. From the Left: Sir Ronald Lindsay, Ambassador from England; Secretary Swanson, and Vice Admiral Best, the Vice Admiral is commander-in-chief of the British Navy in the American and West Indian stations. He visited Washington aboard his flagship H.M.S. York. 11/1/35

G.O.P. Chairman at Press Club, Sept. 10. John Hamilton, Chairman of the Republican National Committee was a luncheon guest at the Press Club in Washington where he addressed the members of the press today. Photo shows left to right: John Hamilton and George Simpson, President of the National Press Club

ROOSEVELT ANNIVERSARY WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 17. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT RECEIVES THE FELICITATIONS OF MRS. JOHN NANCE GARNER UPON THE OCCASION OF THE 31ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED A SENATE LADIES LUNCHEON GIVEN IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY

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