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John Q. Tilson

TILSON, J.Q. HONORABLE

TILSON, J.Q. HONORABLE

TILSON, J.Q.

[Mrs. J.O. Tilson, half-length portrait, facing front]

DeHAVILLAND AIRPLANE. LT. TILSON

J.C. Tilson, Conn.

J.C. Tilson, Conn.

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

Longworth & Jno. Q. Tilson, [2/21/25]

House Committee on Committees meets to consider abolishment of Navy House Committees. This is probably the first picture to be made of the House committee on Committees who met today to consider the abolishment of fifteen standing committees of the House of Representatives in the interest of the economy. The [...] who are leading the fight for abolishing the committees [...] Tilson of Connecticut, Republican [..] Leader, (second from right center) and Rep. [...] Illinois, second from left, center row. These [...] chairmen of the Committee on Committees

At opening of short session of 70th Congress. Speaker Nicholas Longworth of the House of Representatives (right) and Rep. John Q. Tilson of Connecticut, Republican floor leader of the House, were among the first to arrive for the opening the short session of the 70th Congress today

Rep. J.Q. Tilson & daughters, 11/14/25

Rep. Tilson, Joel Grayson, Longworth, 3/23/26

Jas. E. Watson & John O. Tilson, 4/15/29

Rep. J.Q. Tilson & Henry P. Fletcher, 11/7/25

Rep. J.F. Tilson, 3/6/25

Longworth and Rep. Jno. Q. Tilson, 2/21/25

Bernstein with protégé, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, at 1974 Charles Ives Centenary Concert in Danbury, Connecticut. Photographer unidentified. (Music Division)

Rep. J.Q. Tilson (center) with Major & Mrs. Tower of New Haven, 11/18/25

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