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Edgardo Simone, Sir Esme Howard

Edgardo Simone, Sir Esme Howard

Sir Esme Howard

Edgardo Simone, Sir Esme Howard

Edgardo Simone, Sir Esme Howard

Sir Esme Howard

A large painting showing the late Pres. Harding addressing a crowd of 40000 people at Vancouver B.C., was presented to Nat'l Pres Club by the Vancouver Sun, May 8. Painting is entitled "President Harding in Canada." Lft. to rt. in the group: Miss America (Miss Marguerite Meakin), Pres. Coolidge, Sir Esme Howard, the British Ambassador, and Miss Canada (Miss Letta Craig). The young ladies are both from the Washington Opera Co.

Chilton & Sir Esme Howard, 22924

Sir Esme Howard & Hugh ...ant, 4524

Sir Esme Howard, 3324

Sir Esme Howard, 4524

Sir Esme Howard, left, British Amb., and Hon. Wm. Elder, newly appointed Australian Comm., calling at W.H. i.e., White House

Sir Esme Howard, 324

Sir Esme Howard, 51424

Coolidge, Sir Esme Howard, 5824

Sir Esme Howard & Rt. Hon. Wm. Morris Hughes, 51024

Sir Esme Howard with J.A.M. Eler, Commissioner for Australia at W.H. i.e. White House, Washington, D.C., 102924

Sir Esme Howard, [4/5/24]

Sir Esme Howard & Henry Getty Chilton, 3324

Sir Esme Howard, 22924

Sir Esme Howard & Rt. Hon. Wm. Morris Hughes, 51024

Sir Esme Howard, left, British Amb., and Hon. Wm. Elder, newly appointed Australian Comm., calling at W.H. [i.e., White House]

Sir Esme Howard, Gwendolen Lazier, 53124

Sir Esme Howard, 22924

Sir Esme Howard, [2/29/24]

William Morris Hughes (right) who was presented to Pres. Coolidge by Sir Esme Howard, the British Ambassador

Sir Esme Howard, 22924

William Morris Hughes (right) who was presented to Pres. Coolidge by Sir Esme Howard, the British Ambassador

Sir Esme Howard & Hugh [...]ant, [4/5/24]

Lord and Lady Aberdeen. Sir Esme Howard, (right) at the White House where they paid their respects to President Coolidge. Lord and Lady Aberdeen attended the International Council of Women in Washington

Sir Esme Howard, 20th annual Davis Cup drawing, 31725

Lord and Lady Aberdeen. Sir Esme Howard, (right) at the White House where they paid their respects to President Coolidge. Lord and Lady Aberdeen attended the International Council of Women in Washington

Sir Esme Howard with Lord & Lady Cecil at White House reception, 1125

Sir Esme Howard, 51525

Wilson Carlile, Sir Esme Howard & Capt. B.F. Montford, 6326

Sir Esme Howard & Eric Louw, 11326

Sir Esme Howard & A.F. Woods, U. of Md., 4226

Herbert Hoover, Rev. Chas. W. Lyons & Sir Esme Howard, 6826

RT Rev. Stanley, M. Bruce, Sir Esme Howard, 123026

Sir Auckland Geddes & Sir Esme Howard, 52726

Timothy Smiddy, Vincent Massey, Sir Esme Howard, 21527

Thos. Stone, Sir Esme Howard, Vincent Massey, J. Butler Knight, M. Mahoney, 21827

Thos Stone, Sir Esme Howard, Vincent Massey, J. Butler Knight, M. Mahoney, 21827

Former Prime Minister of Great Britain is received by President Coolidge. Accompanied by his charming daughter, Ishbel, the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Ramsay McDonald, was received by President Coolidge at the White House today. He was presented to the Chief Executive by Sir Esme Howard, British ambassador, who is shown on the left in the photograph

McDonald, Isabel McD., Esmond Ovey, Sir Esme Howard, 42027

[Thos Stone, Sir Esme Howard, Vincent Massey, J. Butler Knight, M. Mahoney, 2/18/27]

Mrs. Vincent Massey, Timothy Smiddy, Vincent Massey, Sir Esme Howard, 21527

Sir Esme Howard, Isable McDonald, Ramsay McDonald, 42127

Former Prime Minister of Great Britain is received by President Coolidge. Accompanied by his charming daughter, Ishbel, the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Ramsay McDonald, was received by President Coolidge at the White House today. He was presented to the Chief Executive by Sir Esme Howard, British ambassador, who is shown on the left in the photograph

Vice President Dawes presents silver trophy to British Army Officer for establishing new racing automobile record. Capt Malcom Campbell who established a new world's automobile racing record when he drove his Napier Bluebird Special at the rate of 205.9 miles today in Florida recently, received the Daytona Beach silver trophy for his daring feat from Vice President Charles G. Dawes at the Capitol in Washington today. In the photograph, left to right: United States Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida; Capt. Campbell holding the cup; Sir Esme Howard, British Ambassador; Vice President Dawes; and Eugene Pullian, publisher of Daytona Beach Journal

British journalists greeted by President Coolidge at White House. A party of 14 distinguished British editors who are visiting this country, were received by President Coolidge at the White House today. In the center of group can be seen left to right: Sir Esme Howard, British Ambassador who presented the party; President Coolidge; and P.B.M. Roberts

Sir Esme Howard, Stinson, Herbert Brooks, D.M. Dow, 9629

Sir Esme Howard and Lady Isabella Howard as they appeared at the White House for the New Years reception

New British Ambassador arrives. The new British Ambassador to the United States, Sir Roland Lindsay with Lady Lindsay snapped as they arrived at the Union Station today from New York. Sir Lindsay succeeds Sir Esme Howard

Sir Esme Howard and Lady Isabella Howard as they appeared at the White House for the New Years reception

New British Ambassador presents credentials to President Hoover at White House. Sir Ronald Lindsay, who recently arrived in Washington to replace Sir Esme Howard as Ambassador from Great Britain, presented his letters of credence to President Hoover at the White House today. In the photograph, left to right: Capt. Allen Buchannan, White House Naval aide; Sir Ronald Lindsay; and Francis White, Assistant Secretary of State

Sir Esme Howard, 2/29/24

Coolidge, Sir Esme Howard, 5/8/24

Timothy Smiddy, Vincent Massey, Sir Esme Howard, 2/15/27

Sir Esme Howard, 5/14/24

Sir Esme Howard, Stinson, Herbert Brooks, D.M. Dow, 9/6/29

Chilton & Sir Esme Howard, 2/29/24

McDonald, Isabel McD., Esmond Ovey, Sir Esme Howard, 4/20/27

RT Rev. Stanley, M. Bruce, Sir Esme Howard, 12/30/26

[Sir Esme Howard & Rt. Hon. Wm. Morris Hughes, 5/10/24]

Sir Esme Howard with Lord & Lady Cecil at White House reception, 1/1/25

Herbert Hoover, Rev. Chas. W. Lyons & Sir Esme Howard, 6/8/26

Sir Esme Howard, 20th annual Davis Cup drawing, 3/17/25

Sir Esme Howard, 3/3/24

Adm'l. Coontz, Mrs. Bruce, RT Rev. Stanley Bruce, Sir Esme Howard, 12/30/26

Sir Esme Howard, 5/15/25

Sir Esme Howard, Isable McDonald, Ramsay McDonald, 4/21/27

Sir Esme Howard, 3/24

Sir Esme Howard & Rt. Hon. Wm. Morris Hughes, 5/10/24

Wilson Carlile, Sir Esme Howard & Capt. B.F. Montford, 6/3/26

Sir Esme Howard & A.F. Woods, U. of Md., 4/2/26

Sir Esme Howard, 2/29/24

Mrs. Vincent Massey, Timothy Smiddy, Vincent Massey, Sir Esme Howard, 2/15/27

Sir Auckland Geddes & Sir Esme Howard, 5/27/26

Sir Esme Howard & Henry Getty Chilton, 3/3/24

Sir Esme Howard & Eric Louw, 1/13/26

Sir Esme Howard, Gwendolen Lazier, 5/31/24

Thos. Stone, Sir Esme Howard, Vincent Massey, J. Butler Knight, M. Mahoney, 2/18/27

Dr. L.P. Jacks & Sir Esme Howard, 4/23/29

Sir Esme Howard with J.A.M. Eler, Commissioner for Australia at W.H. [i.e. White House, Washington, D.C.], 10/29/24

Sir Esme Howard, 4/5/24

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