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Mayflower approaching land - Print, Library of Congress collection

Mayflower approaching land - Print, Library of Congress collection

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Mayflower [and] Galatea, the start
Mayflower and Atlantic
Deck of Mayflower
Mayflower at anchor
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Mayflower, July 15, 1889
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At Governors' luncheon. Washington, D.C. Governor Martin L. Davey, of Ohio, as he attended the housing luncheon for state Governors today at the Mayflower Hotel
Gov. Robert L. Cochran, Neb., preparing his address for Council of State Governments at Mayflower
Coolidges on MAYFLOWER
Congressman at large, T.V. Smith, Ill., Council of State Governments. Mayflower
Taft boarding "Mayflower"
Council of State Governments convenes. Washington D.C. Attorney General Homer S. Cummings was principal speaker today as the third General Assembly of the Council of State Goverments convened at the Mayflower Hotel. He is shown with delegates to the councils. Left to right: Commissioner William Ellis of New Jersey, Chairman of the Inter-State Commission on Social Security; Judge Richard Hartshorne of New Jersey; Attorney General Cummings, Governments and former Governor of Indiana; and Gov. Gordon Browning of Tennessee
Rep. Randolph, champion dunker of Congress. Washington, D.C., May 4. Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia today bent an elbow, crooked a doughnut around a finger, dunked a decided dunk into his coffee, and was declared a champ. Rep. Caroline O'Day, runner-up, presented him with the cup while B.V. Little of the Mayflower Doughnut Corp., sponsor of the contest, looks on. Rep. Randolph will be officially presented with the cup this summer at the World's Fair in the Doughnut Company's exhibit
Mayflower
Wm. H. Stauffer. Commissioner of Public Welfare (Va.), Sen. Robert W. Daniel, Gov. James H. Price, Sen. Charles Burke, Sen. L.M. Robinette. Mayflower Hotel, Council of State Governments
Mayor LaGuardia relaxing. Washington D.C. In the Cocktail Room of the Mayflower Hotel the New York Mayor is shown in a moment of relaxation with two of his aides. Left to right: Paul V. Betters, Secretary of the Mayor's conference held here in Washington and Mayor Florello Laguardia of New York City and Clandenin Ryan, Secretary to the Mayor
The lady dunks. Washington, D.C., May 3. Rep. Caroline O'Day, Representative at large from New York, today joined in the fun at the House restaurant. The occasion was a doughnut dunking contest, sponsored by the Mayflower Doughnut Corp. Rep. O'Day demonstrated such a light touch and delicacy of manner that she was declared the runner-up, while Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia took the cup because he showed the right robustness and nonchalance
Pennsylvania Governor. Washington, D.C., Jan. 19. Pennsylvania's Governor George H. Earle attending the housing luncheon today for state Governors at the Mayflower Hotel
At housing luncheon. Washington, D.C. Jan. 19. Governor Olin D. Johnson, South Carolina, and Secretary of Commerce Daniel A. Roper, pictured at housing luncheon for state Governors at the Mayflower Hotel today. Secretary Roper hails from South Carolina
U.S.S. Mayflower
[Mayflower, side wheeler]
Colonel and Mrs. Starling attend musical. Washington D.C. Colonel and Mrs. Edward W. Starling were among those that attended the musical held at the Mayflower Hotel today. Colonel Starling is in charge of the White House Secret Service
Illinois Chief Executive. Washington, D.C. Jan. 19. Governor Henry Horner, of Illinois, was a guest with the state Governors at the housing luncheon today at the Mayflower Hotel
Oklahoma and Indiana bosses meet at Governors' luncheon. Washington, D.C. Governor James Berry of Oklahoma, (left) and Paul V. McNutt, former Governor of Indiana, meet at the housing luncheon given for state Governors today at the Mayflower Hotel
Taft in small craft leaving "Mayflower"
Mayflower & Indra
Mayflower Hotel, DeSales St. and Conn. Ave., Washington, D.C.

Mayflower Hotel, DeSales St. and Conn. Ave., Washington, D.C.

Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old caption card data and item. National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Hotels.

21st annual convention of U.S. Chamber of Commerce in session. Washington, D.C., June 19. 2,000 delegates assembled in the Mayflower Hotel today for the formal opening of the 21st annual convention of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. Caustically condemning the dictatorship of Hitler and Mussolini, Perry Pipkin, Tennessee, president of the gathering, today declared that isolation is a dead issue and that the United States must be inseparably bound to England and France if the 'Atlantic Civilization' is to survive. Pipkin recommended to the delegates that immediate steps be taken to work out a referendum system to reflect an organization opinion of such issues as a national defense. Left to right in the picture - Minor Hudson, President, Washington Junior Board of Trade; Perry Pipkin, President of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, and A.Z. Foster Wood, General Chairman
Taft receiving guests aboard "Mayflower"
Bay State Governor and aides. Washington, D.C. Jan. 19. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusettes, with his aides, Gen. Charles Cole, (left) Massachusetts Adjutant General, and John L. Delaney, as they attended the housing luncheon for state Governors today at the Mayflower Hotel
The Mayflower in Plymouth harbor
Part of the military parade of first day. Battln. of seamen from the Hartford, Topeka, Lancaster and Mayflower

Part of the military parade of first day. Battln. of seamen from the H...

Title from original captions in the P&P supplementary reference file under LOT 3863 (former call number). Forms part of: The 36th National Encampment of the G.A.R., Wash., D.C. Oct. 5-11, 1902, no. 6.

President Roosevelt and his guests on board the Mayflower

President Roosevelt and his guests on board the Mayflower

Photograph showing President Theodore Roosevelt, seated center, Secretary of the Navy William H. Moody, left, Mrs. Roosevelt, right; standing Sir Thomas Lipton, Admiral George Dewey, C. Oliver Iselin, and Gener... More

President Roosevelt on the "Mayflower," reviewing the Naval parade off Long Island

President Roosevelt on the "Mayflower," reviewing the Naval parade off...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt tipping his cap to a passing naval parade while standing on the deck of the Mayflower off Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. H37232 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. On recto... More

President Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt and party aboard the "Mayflower," review of war fleet, Oyster Bay, Aug. 17, 1903

President Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt and party aboard the "Mayflower...

Stereograph showing President and Mrs. Roosevelt with Secretary of the Navy William H. Moody, Sir Thomas Lipton, Admiral George Dewey, C. O. Iselin, and Maj. Gen. Adna Chaffee on the deck of the Mayflower off O... More

Pres. Roosevelt, Admiral Dewey and Sec. Navy Moody reviewing war fleet from the "Mayflower," Oyster Bay, Aug. 17, 1903

Pres. Roosevelt, Admiral Dewey and Sec. Navy Moody reviewing war fleet...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt tipping his hat to a passing naval parade while standing on the deck of the Mayflower with Dewey and Moody, off Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. H35482 U.S. Copyright Office. Tit... More

President Roosevelt on board the "Mayflower"

President Roosevelt on board the "Mayflower"

Photograph showing President Theodore Roosevelt waving his hat from the deck of the Mayflower at passing war ships in Oyster Bay. Aug 17th /03. Title from news agency caption on item. Forms part of: New York Wo... More

Mayflower, President Roosevelt's [i.e. Theodore Roosevelt's] yacht, Brooklyn Navy Yard
MAYFLOWER HOTEL. BEDROOM
MAYFLOWER HOTEL. EXTERIOR
Serge Witte going on board "Mayflower"

Serge Witte going on board "Mayflower"

Photo shows Russian envoy Sergei Witte boarding a launch taking him to the presidential yacht "Mayflower". U.S. Secret Service agent William Flynn is at far right, in light-colored hat. (Source: Secret Service... More

On board the Mayflower - Pres. Roosevelt on bridge - Missouri in distance, Naval Review, Oyster Bay

On board the Mayflower - Pres. Roosevelt on bridge - Missouri in dista...

H83268 Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by H.C. White Co. No. 7459.

Pres. Roosevelt and Sec'y Bonaparte on the Mayflower - passing the Iowa, Naval Review, Oyster Bay

Pres. Roosevelt and Sec'y Bonaparte on the Mayflower - passing the Iow...

H83262 Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by H.C. White Co. No. 7445.

Pres. Roosevelt leaving the Mayflower to call on Admiral Evans, Naval Review, Oyster Bay

Pres. Roosevelt leaving the Mayflower to call on Admiral Evans, Naval ...

H83265 Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by H.C. White Co. No. 7449.

Pres. Roosevelt on the bridge of the Mayflower, watching the fleet, Naval Review, Oyster Bay

Pres. Roosevelt on the bridge of the Mayflower, watching the fleet, Na...

H85191 Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by H.C. White Co. No. 7453.

Admiral Evans leaving the Mayflower after calling on the President, Naval Review, Oyster Bay

Admiral Evans leaving the Mayflower after calling on the President, Na...

H83271 Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by H.C. White Co. No. 7463.

President Roosevelt boarding the Mayflower, Oyster Bay Naval Review / William Rau, photographer.
President Roosevelt on the Mayflower reviewing fleet, Hampton Roads, Va.

President Roosevelt on the Mayflower reviewing fleet, Hampton Roads, V...

Photo shows the Great White Fleet, which sailed from Hampton Roads on December 16, 1907, after being reviewed by President Theodore Roosevelt on board the presidential yacht Mayflower. (Source: Charley Seavey, ... More

President Roosevelt on the Mayflower, ready to receive the Naval officers, Jamestown Exposition
The Mayflower at Old Point Comfort, Va.
U.S. battleships saluting the Mayflower, Hampton Roads, Va.

U.S. battleships saluting the Mayflower, Hampton Roads, Va.

Photo shows the Great White Fleet, which sailed from Hampton Roads on December 16, 1907, after being reviewed by President Theodore Roosevelt on board the presidential yacht Mayflower. (Source: Charley Seavey, 2012)

The Mayflower, Pres. Roosevelt on board, going down the line, Jamestown naval review
The President receiving Admiral Brown and others, on the Mayflower / William H. Rau, Phila-Penna.

The President receiving Admiral Brown and others, on the Mayflower / W...

Photograph showing President Roosevelt meeting with Navy officers on the Mayflower. H105378 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. "Stock 26005" printed before title.

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt, and ladies, on the Mayflower / William H. Rau, Phila-Penna.

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt, and ladies, on the May...

Photograph showing President Roosevelt and Edith Roosevelt posing with a group of men and women on a ship. H105375 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. "Stock 26006" printed before title.

President Roosevelt, Admiral Evans and the commanders of the Pacific Fleet, in the Mayflower / William H. Rau, Phila-Penna.

President Roosevelt, Admiral Evans and the commanders of the Pacific F...

Photograph showing President Roosevelt meeting with Navy officers on the Mayflower.

U.S.S. Mayflower at Hampton Beach, Virginia

U.S.S. Mayflower at Hampton Beach, Virginia

George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

[Reception room on the presidential yacht, Mayflower]
Taft welcoming guests aboard "Mayflower"
Taft boarding "Mayflower"
The "Mayflower"
Yacht Mayflower, President's yacht
[The Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C.]
Guests aboard "Mayflower"
President Taft presents Taft Cup aboard "Mayflower"
[Starboard view of the presidential yacht Mayflower with bow to right]
Admiral Robert E. Koontz(?) ... on the President's yacht Mayflower today. In the background ... is shown the elevator ... on the yacht
[Signing of the compact in the cabin of the Mayflower]
CONNECTICUT & MAYFLOWER
MAYFLOWER
Ballroom, Mayflower Hotel, [Washington, D.C.]
U.S.S. Mayflower
MAYFLOWER, U.S.S. TOGO
MAYFLOWER, U.S.S. TOGS
MAYFLOWER, U.S.S. TOGO
MAYFLOWER

MAYFLOWER

Photo shows the presidential yacht Mayflower, prossibly during a naval review for President William Howard Taft in New York City, October 14, 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009 and New York Times, Octo... More

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRESIDENT TAFT AND PARTY LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER.' TOP DOWNWARDS: TAFT; MEYER; AMB. COUNT BERNSTORFF; COMDR. POWERS SYMINGTON
Naval Review, Taft leaving MAYFLOWER

Naval Review, Taft leaving MAYFLOWER

Photo shows President William Howard Taft leaving the presidential Yacht, the Mayflower, during a naval review in New York City, October 14, 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009 and New York Times, Octob... More

Taft boards MAYFLOWER

Taft boards MAYFLOWER

Photo shows President William Howard Taft boarding the presidential yacht, the Mayflower, for a naval review in New York City, October 14, 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009 and New York Times, October 15, 1912)

CONNECTICUT U.S.N. saluting MAYFLOWER

CONNECTICUT U.S.N. saluting MAYFLOWER

Photo shows the battleship Connecticut saluting the presidential yacht Mayflower. Probably part of a naval review for President William Howard Taft in New York City, October 14, 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons pr... More

KANSAS U.S.N. & MAYFLOWER

KANSAS U.S.N. & MAYFLOWER

Photo shows the battleship Kansas and the presidential ship Mayflower, probably part of a naval review for President William Howard Taft in New York City, October 14, 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009... More

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. ADM. PESCHWITZ LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER'
GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRESIDENT TAFT AND PARTY LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER'
GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. REAR ADM. WARDAR ARRIVING ON 'MAYFLOWER'
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