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Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

Co. A.T. McReynolds, 1st. N.Y. Cav.

Co. A.T. McReynolds, 1st. N.Y. Cav.

Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

Lincoln Calvary. Col Andrew T. McReynolds, Commanding. Wanted. A few good men!

McREYNOLDS, S., JUDGE

McREYNOLDS, J.C. JUSTICE

McREYNOLDS, S., JUDGE

McREYNOLDS, F.W.

Jas. C. McReynolds

[James C. McReynolds, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

McREYNOLDS, JAMES CLARK. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1913-1914; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, U.S. SUPREME COURT, 1914 -

McREYNOLDS, JAMES CLARK. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1913-1914; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, U.S. SUPREME COURT, 1914 -

McREYNOLDS, JAMES CLARK. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1913-1914; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, U.S. SUPREME COURT, 1914 -

Jas. C. McReynolds

McREYNOLDS, JAMES CLARK. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1913-1914; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, U.S. SUPREME COURT, 1914 -

HOUSTON, DAVID FRANKLIN. SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE, 1913-1920. LEFT, WITH ATTORNEY GENERAL McREYNOLDS

PREPAREDNESS PARADE JUSTICE McREYNOLDS WAITING TO MARCH. CHARLES HENRY BUTLER, EXTREME RIGHT

Joseph McReynolds, Nat. Pub. Co.

Joseph McReynolds service station, Nat. Pub. Co.

Joseph McReynolds, Nat. Pub Co.

Joseph McReynolds, Nat. Pub. Co.

Joseph McReynolds, Nat. Pub Co.

Justice J.C. McReynolds

The U.S. Supreme Court in 1921: Day, Brandeis, McKenna, Pitney, Taft, McReynolds, Holmes, Clarke and Van Devanter

McReynolds, W.H.

W.H. McReynolds

[James Clark McReynolds? and William Gibbs McAdoo]

[James Clark McReynolds? and William Gibbs McAdoo]

Justice J.C. McReynolds of Supreme Court

Justice J.C. McReynolds of Supreme Court

Justice J.C. McReynolds of Supreme Court

Justice J.C. McReynolds of Supreme Court

Jos. McReynolds, Nat. Put. Co.

Jos. McReynolds, Nat. Put. Co.

Jos. McReynolds, Nat. Put. Co.

Jos. McReynolds, Nat. Put. Co.

President Hoover greets football team of Baylor Military Academy. The Baylor Military Academy football team from Chattanooga, Tenn., were received by President Hoover at the White House today. In the center of photograph, left to right: J.B. Rike, coach; President Hoover; Peyton Kelsey, mascot; and Rep. Sam D. McReynolds, who presented the party

McReynolds Apartments at 18th and G Street, N.W. Exterior of McReynolds Apartments

House members put more flexibility in neutrality. These veteran House members of the Foreign Affairs Committee have worked out a compromise neutrality bill which may be passed before the end of the session. The Senate bill allowed virtually [...] latitude in certain of its provisions. From the left: Rep. Sol. Bloom, D. of N.Y., ranking Democrat of the committee; Rep. Sam D. McReynolds, chairman, and Rep. Luther A. Johnson, D. of Texas. 8/22/35

W.M.H. McReynolds

W.M.H. McReynolds

W.M.H. McReynolds

Justice McReynolds

A kiss for Justice McReynolds on 77th birthday. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. Celebrating his 77th birthday today, associate Supreme Court Justice James Clark McReynolds is given a kiss by 12-year old Betty Fallon as he leaves his home for the Supreme Court Chamber. Betty is the daughter of McReynold's neighbor, Nugent Fallon, General Manager of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.

Chief Justice Hughes addressing the Joint Congressional Session on 150th Anniversary of the Congress. Seated before Hughes are Cabinet members & part of [the] Supreme Court. Left to rt. front row: Associate Supreme Court Justices Roberts, Stone, Butler, & McReynolds. Cabinet members Hull, Morganthau, Woodring, Murphy, Farley, Ickes, Wallace, Hopkins, & Miss Perkins

Celebrates 77th birthday. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. His looks belying his age. Supreme Court Justice James Clark McReynolds today celebrated his 77th birthday. He pictured at the wheel of his auto leaving home for the Supreme Court Chamber, 2-3-39

Entering House Chamber Room, Supreme Court Clerk of the Supreme Court Charles B. Cropley with Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes & James McReynolds. Directly behind Hughes is Pierce Butler. Joining 150th Congress ceremonies

[Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds of U.S. Supreme Court celebrating 78th birthday. Pictured leaving his apt. for usual daily walk, Feb. 1940]

Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds of U.S. Supreme Court celebrating 78th birthday. Pictured leaving his apt. for usual daily walk, Feb. 1940

An American flying squadron in India. Checking "ceiling reports." The bulletin board is checked by operations officer Lieutenant Jack O. McReynolds of Dallas, Texas and a group of pilot officers before taking off to fly the "Hump" into China

Burlington, Iowa. Sunnyside unit, FSA (Farm Security Administration) trailer camp. McReynolds family in their trailer for workers at Burlington ordnance plant

An American flying squadron in India. Last minute instructions before "Chastity Chariot" takes to the air. Shown, left to right are: Lieutenant Jack O. McReynolds of Dallas, Texas, Lieutenant Richard J. Taylor of Redlands, California and Lieutenant H.W. Gessner of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Today it was "Mac's" turn to "take her off" with Gessner as co-pilot

Burlington, Iowa. Sunnyside unit, FSA (Farm Security Administration) trailer camp. McReynolds family in their trailer for workers at Burlington ordnance plant

Burlington, Iowa. Sunnyside unit, FSA (Farm Security Administration) trailer camp. McReynolds family in their trailer for workers at Burlington ordnance plant

An American flying squadron in India. After dinner a game of poker is enjoyed by the lads of "Hump Happy Tavern." The stakes are sometimes high but what you lose one night you win the next. Facing camera are, left to right: Lieutenant Marvin Siegel of Chicago, Illinois; Lieutenant Jack O. McReynolds of Dallas, Texas; Lieutenant Fred Pendoley of East Braintree, Massachusetts; Captain Richard Gately of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, New York; and Lieutenant Marion Rich of Trenton, New Jersey. Backs to camera left to right: Lieutenant Thomas G. Hay of San Antonio, Texas and Captain John B. Wilson of Deer Lodge, Montana

Discuss far east war situation. Washington, D.C., Jan. 8. Col. Montchen Thomas Tchou, China's first housing expert, discusses the far east situation with Rep. Sam McReynolds, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, at a luncheon at the National Press Club. The luncheon was given for Col. Tchou by Washington Committee for Aid to China, 1/8/38

Cameraman lends helping hand to Justice McReynolds on 76th birthday. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. A balkly lock on his auto door brought Supreme Court Justice James Clark McReynolds and cameramen closer today as one of the "boys" assisted the venerable Justice, who is celebrating his 76th birthday today, in opening the lock. Usually Justice McReynolds is camera-shy but after the lock episode today the dean of the Supreme Court Justices was just another "setup" for the photographers, 2/3/38

Justice McReynolds celebrates 76th birthday. Washington, D.C., February 3. Appearing the best of health, Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds of the United States Supreme Court, celebrated his 76th birthday today. Driving his own car he is shown leaving his home for the Supreme Court, 2/3/38

Justice McReynolds attends reception to Governor of Tennessee and Mrs. Gordon Browning. Washington D.C. Among the prominent Tennesseans attending the reception to Governor and Mrs. Gordon Browning was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court James C. McReynolds. The reception was tendered by Congressman Walter Chandler. Left to right: Justice McReynolds, Gov. Browning, and Mrs. Browning

"Gridiron Widows" satirize U.S. Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. While their husbands attended the annual winter dinner of the Gridiron Club tonight, the wives, all members of the Women's National Press Club and appropriately called 'Gridiron Widows' by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, were guests of the First Lady at the White House. Mrs. Roosevelt's appointment to the vacancy was a feature of the party. Left to right: Elizabeth May Craig as Justice Roberts; Helen Atwater as Justice Butler; Ruby Black as Justice McReynolds; Isabel Griffin as Justice Brandeis; Lilli L. Sheppard as Justice Hughes; Bess Furman as Justice Stone; Catherine Redman as Justice Black; Alena Wharton as Justice Reed; and Dorothy Lewis as Mrs. Roosevelt. In the front is Betty Garnett as the court page, 12/16/38

Justice McReynolds & Holmes at funeral of Justice McKenna, 11/22/26

Members of Supreme Court attend service for late Justice Butler. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Members of the United States Supreme Court, who acted as honorary pall bearers for the late Justice Pierce Butler, are shown leaving St. Matthews Cathedral today where a high requiem mass was sung as a final tribute. Reading in pairs from left to right: Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Associate Justices Owen J. Roberts, and Harlan Fiske Stone, Associate Justice Stanley F. Reed and Hugo L. Black, retired Justice George Sutherland and Justice Felix Frankfurter, retired Justice Willis Van Devanter and Justice William O. Douglas

Justices attend funeral services for deceased Supreme Court Marshall. Washington, D.C., April 28. Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes and Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds leaving Holy Trinity Catholic Church today after attending funeral services for the late Frank Key Green, marshal of the United States Supreme Court for the last 23 years. In the rear can be seen Associate Justice and Mrs. Pierce Butler, 4/28/38

View portrait of late speaker. Washington, D.C., Nov. 12. A portrait of the late Speaker of the House Joseph W. Byrns was hung at the Capitol for the first time today. The first to view it were Speaker William B. Bankhead (left) and Rep. Sam D. McReynolds of Tennessee, Cronies of the late Speaker for years. The portrait was done by Miss. E. Sophonissa Hergsheimer, of Nashville, Tenn. 11/12/37

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

Fort Baker, Temporary World War II Warehouse, East Road & McReynolds Road, Sausalito, Marin County, CA

William McReynolds to Andrew Jackson, September 10, 1813

William McReynolds to Andrew Jackson, September 10, 1813

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