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[Prof. Henry Solon Graves, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Solon Borglum, the American sculptor (1868-1922), about 1902]

Solon Borglum

The summer harvest / Leon V. Solon.

Cupid's feathers / Leon V. Solon.

The maid of the summer surf / Leon V. Solon.

Puck Easter / Leon V. Solon.

Solon S.J. Vlasto

Newly elected western solon arrives in Washington to assume duties.

Solon loses on "Kimono" in spelling bee with newspaperman. Congressman Robert [...] of Massachusetts gets a practical demonstration of how we spell and wear kimono from one of his fair constituents, Miss Phylis Jensen of Auburndale, Massachusetts. The Massachusetts member tripped up on this word in the recent spelling bee conducted by the National Press Club in Washington. With them is Ray Tucker, (center) who stayed on his feet the longest and won the spelling championship of the nation

New Hampshire Solon, Washington, D.C. Sept. 25. United States Senator Fred H. Brown, Democrat from New Hampshire

New Hampshire Solon, Washington, D.C. Sept. 25. United States Senator Fred H. Brown, Democrat from New Hampshire

Oregon Solon. Washington, D.C., May 24. United States Senator Frederick Steiwer, Republican from Oregon, pictured as he "listened in" on a Senate hearing today, 5/24/1937

Tennessee Solon. Washington, D.C., April 1. A new informal picture of Rep. Joseph W. Byrns, Jr. democrat of Tennessee. He is the son of the late Speaker of the House. 4-1-39

Thumbs down. N.J. Solon indicates his disapproval of Secretary Perkins. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2. Rep. J. Parnell Thomas, republican of New Jersey, indicates with his thumbs his disapproval of Secretary of Labor Perkins just before presenting 'new evidence' to the House Judiciary Committee today in support of his resolution to impeach the Secretary of Labor and two other Labor Department officials, 2-2-39

Uncle Sam 'paid' for place cards at this Solon's luncheon. Washington, D.C., March 29. Place cards at the luncheon given by Rep. Lawrence Lewis, democrat of Colorado, for his friends at the Capitol today were unusual, to say the least. On the back of the cards he left no doubt in the minds of his guests that the government footed the bill for them. 3-29-39

Pennsylvania Solon. Washington, D.C., April 12. A new informal picture of Rep. Charles I. Faddis, democrat of Pennsylvania. 4-12- 39

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Solon medallion II

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Solon medallion I

Three oil paintings "Papinan," "Solon" and "Justinian" stairway of Great Hall, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

[Main Reading Room. Portrait statue of Solon along the balustrade. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Schoolboy patrols march. Washington, D.C., May 7. Reports that 800 war veterans with rubber hoses were mobilizing to prevent their speeches denouncing Mayor Hague in Jersey City tonight failed to halt the plans of Reps. Jerry O'Connell, (D. Mont.) and John T. Bernard, (F.L. Minn.) who are shown leaving Union Station with their wives. In the photograph (front) are Mary Bernard, daughter of Minnesota Solon; Rep. Bernard, and Rep. O'Connell. In the rear are Mrs. bernard and Mrs O'Connell. 5/7/38

Originator of Solon's favorite game. Washington D.C. Pete Henderson, Physical Director of the House of Representatives Gymnasium, originated the game of "paddle ball", favorite sport of Congressional members these days. The game is played with the inside of a regulation tennis ball. Henderson is shown stripping the hard cover off one of the balls

Happy Michigan Solon. Washington, D.C., Jan. 5. Among the few left, Republican Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, of Michigan salutes the camera man as he uses the tram for the trip from the Senate Office building to Capitol for the opening session

Texas Solon leaves for Roosevelt's pow-wow. Annapolis, MD. June 25. Rep. Maury Maverick, of Texas was the first to board the boat for Jefferson Island today enroute to attend the President's party and confab for Democratic members of Congress. The diminutive Texan is shown being instructed in the use of the life preserver by two Bluejackets. 6/25/37

Probe of first lady and sons income tax, asked of Congress by N.Y. Solon. Washington D.C. July 9. Congress was asked today to examine the income tax returns of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, James and Elliot Roosevelt, sons of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt, by Rep. Hamilton Fish, Republican of New York, when he appeared before the Special Congressional Committee on Tax Evasion. At the same time he also asked a probe of the tax returns of Secretary of Treasury Morgenthau and the Secretary's wife and father Henry Morgenthau, Sr. 7/9/37

Ohio Solon presides at Dies committee hearing. Washington, D.C., Nov. 18. In the absence of Chairman Died, Rep. Harold G. Moiser of Ohio, presided at the hearing today of the House Committee Investigating Un-American Activities

New York Solon. Washington, D.C., May 12. Rep. Hamilton Fish, republican of New York, today urged Senate approval of his proposal to conduct a referendum on the question of draft of man power in the event of war. Fish said he believed such a referendum could be conducted without a constitutional amendment. He is pictured as he appeared before the Senate referendum hearing

Mississippi Solon. Washington, D.C., March 9. Pat Harrison, senior United States Senator, Mississippi, from a recent snapshot made in the senate restaurant, 3/9/38

Rhode Island Solon. Washington, D.C., March 31. A new and informal picture of Senator Theodore F. Green, democrat of Rhode Island, 3/31/38

Texas Solon goes back to studies. Washington, D.C., Nov. 27. Rep. Maury Maverick, Democrat of Texas, went back to his classes at St. Mary's University during the recent recess of Congress, studying economics and government. The honor roll just released from the University at San Antonio showed the fiery legislator as one of sixteen students to win a place on the roll for the first half of the fall team. 11/27/37

North Dakota Solon. Washington, D.C., July 29. A new and informal picture of Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, 7/29/37

Veteran North Carolina Solon reaches 76th milestone. Washington, D.C., Nov. 7. P.W. Meeker, Secretary, congratulates Rep. Robert L. Doughton, democrat of North Carolina and Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, as he celebrates his 75th birthday today. Miss Jonnie Mabry, stenographer for the veteran member, responds with a rose for him

Kentucky Solon takes oath as Justice of D.C. Court of Appeals. Washington, D.C., May 12. Former representative Fred. M. Vinson, of Kentucky, being sworn in as an Associate Justice of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals today by Joseph W. Stewart, clerk of the Court. Judge Vinson was appointed last year by President Roosevelt with the understanding that he would continue in the House until the Tax bill was enacted, 5/12/38

Texas Solon believes in comfort. Washington, D.C., July 30. Rep. Maury Maverick, Democrat of Texas, combats the Washington weather by shedding his coat while working in his office on Capitol Hill. Just now the fiery Texan is advocating a sweeping investigation of the entire government relief set-up. As investigators he wants a commission to be named by the president and containing representative citizens as well as lawmakers, 7/30/37

First democrat in 24 Years. Washington D.C. Winner in the November elections Elmer H. Wene will be the first Democrat to represent the Second District of New Jersey since 1912. He defeated the veteran Solon Isaac Bacharach, of Alantic City. Wene comes from Vineland, N.J.

Youngest Solon. Washington, D.C., Dec. 28. At 25 years of age, re-elect Lindley Beckworth, Democrat of Texas, becomes the youngest member of the National House of Representatives. He is pictured at his desk shortly after arriving at the Capitol to prepare for the opening of Congress on January 3, 12/28/38

It won't be long now! Washington, D.C., June 14. With congress due to adjourn this week, Senator Tom Connally of Texas, just couldn't resist the urge to check his guns in preparation for a hunting trip in his native state during the reccess. The cameramen snapped the solon as he was about to take a few potshots at an imaginary deer on the Capitol grounds, 6/14/38

Indiana Solon holds record. Washington, D.C. Aug. 31. What is believed to be a record for staying on the job is held by Rep. Louis Ludlow, Democrat of Indiana. A member of Congress since 1929, Ludlow has never gone back to his state during recesses but has remained on the job at the capitol. He is a former president of the National Press Club and was the first newspaper correspondent to go directly from the press gallery to a seat in Congress. 8/31/37

Texas Solon celebrates 25th anniversary in U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C., Jan. 29. Chipper as a cub, Senator Morris Sheppard, Democrat of Texas who today celebrated 25 years of continuous service in the United States Senate, wave a cheery hello to the cameraman as he arrives at his desk for the day's duties. Senator Sheppard is 63, 1/29/38

Illinois Solon. Washington, D.C., Jan. 9. This new informal photograph of Rep. Adolph J. Sabath, Democrat of Illinois, was made at his office a few days ago, 1/9/39

New Mexico Solon. Washington, D.C., July 25. A new informal picture of Rep. John J. Dempsey, congressman-at-large from New Mexico, 7/25/39

South Carolina Solon. Washington, D.C., May 29. A new picture of Rep. Joseph R. Bryson, democrat of South Carolina

South Carolina Solon. Washington, D.C., June 11. This new informal picture of Senator James F. Byrnes, Democrat of South Carolina, was made at the Capitol today

California [i.e., Colorado] Solon. Washington, D.C., March 2. Senator Alva B. Adams, Democrat from Colorado, from a new informal photograph made at his office today, 3-2-40

Louisiana Solon. Washington, D.C., June 18. A new informal picture of Rep. Paul H. Maloney, Democrat of Louisiana

New York Solon charges Hopkins with pump-priming "propoganda." Washington, D.C., April 26. Displaying a batch of letters received in the first mail today, Rep. John Taber, Republican of New York, accused WPA Administrator Harry L. Hopkins of inspiring "chain letter propoganda" in favor of President Roosevelt's pump-priming program. "On the bottoms of some of the letters" Rep. Taber said, "was a line stating: make one copy for your congressman and send this to four other persons," 4/26/38

Solon Shingle! and his great apple sass case. Words and music published by Firth Son & Co. 563 Broadway N. Y ... J. E. Owens as Solon Shingle at the Howard Athenaeum tonight. [n. d.].

Probe of first lady and sons income tax, asked of Congress by N.Y. Solon. Washington D.C. July 9. Congress was asked today to examine the income tax returns of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, James and Elliot Roosevelt, sons of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt, by Rep.Hamilton Fish, Republican of New York, when he appeared before the Special Congressional Committee on Tax Evasion. At the same time he also asked a probe of the tax returns of Secretary of Treasury Morgenthau and the Secretary's wife and father Henry Morgenthau, Sr. 7/9/37

Solon Shingle. And his great apple-sass case. Sold at wholesale by Horace Partridge, No. 27 Hanover street Boston

N.Y. Solon works out. Washington D.C., Daily workouts in the House gymnasium keep Rep. Hamilton Fish, Republican of New York, in tiptop physical shape during Congressional sessions. Rep. Fish, former football star during his undergraduate days at Harvard, still appears as if he could step into a football lineup on a minute's notice

South Carolina Solon. Washington, D.C., May 29. A new picture of Rep. Joseph R. Bryson, democrat of South Carolina

New Ohio Solon. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. An informal snap of Rep. Michael J. Kirwan new Democratic member of the House from Ohio

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Hochmüthige, gestürzte, und wieder erhabene Croesus. Libretto. German

Solon O. Thacher House, 1613 Tennessee Avenue, Lawrence, Douglas County, KS

Solon O. Thacher House, 1613 Tennessee Avenue, Lawrence, Douglas County, KS

Solon O. Thacher House, 1613 Tennessee Avenue, Lawrence, Douglas County, KS

Solon O. Thacher House, 1613 Tennessee Avenue, Lawrence, Douglas County, KS

Solon O. Thacher House, 1613 Tennessee Avenue, Lawrence, Douglas County, KS

Blackman House, Pettibone Road, Solon, Cuyahoga County, OH

Blackman House, Pettibone Road, Solon, Cuyahoga County, OH

Blackman House, Pettibone Road, Solon, Cuyahoga County, OH

Blackman House, Pettibone Road, Solon, Cuyahoga County, OH

Blackman House, Pettibone Road, Solon, Cuyahoga County, OH

Samuel Gilbert Hathaway House, Solon Road (State Route 41), Cortland, Cortland County, NY

Samuel Gilbert Hathaway House, Solon Road (State Route 41), Cortland, Cortland County, NY