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Principals at Monopoly hearing this morning. Washington, D.C., May 23. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, chairman of the Temporary National Economic Committee, Peter Nehemkis, conductor of the examination of the S.E.C., and William R. White, superintendent of banks, New York State, talking together before the Monopoly Committee began to take its morning testimony from White
Democratic ticket. Our principals the constitution. For President John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky For Vice President Joseph Lane of Oregon. Electors .... Election on Tuesday, November 6th, 1860. Lith of Hoyer & Ludwig, Richmond, Va.

Democratic ticket. Our principals the constitution. For President John...

On verso: 23 Election ticket 1860 104719 '07. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfoli... More

Regulations in relation to the receipt of four per cent certificates and bonds from agents who have funded the moneys of their principals in their own names, to pay the taxes of principals. Richmond, June 24, 1864.

Regulations in relation to the receipt of four per cent certificates a...

Printed Ephemera -Confederate States of America. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 2... More

Principals in today's NLRB Committee hearing. Washington, D.C., Dec. 12. While Edmund Toland, Counsel for the Smith Committee Investigating the NLRB, was questioning William M. Leiserson, Board member, concerning the National Labor Relations Board, Charles Fahy, Counsel for the Board engaged in a tiff with Committee Chairman Howard Smith over procedure of the Committee. Fahy maintained that Board Chairman Madden and Member Edwin S. Smith be given opportunities to answer criticisms by Leiserson. Chairman Smith termed the suggestion 'presumptious.' Left to right: Fahy, Smith, and Toland
Still friends after House battle of neutrality. Washington, D.C., July 1. After the House went through one of the administration's severest setbacks last night on the neutrality measure, principals involved remain good friends. Rep. Robert Allen of Pennsylvania, Sol Bloom of New York, and Republican John Vorys of Ohio, met after the Bloom Bill went through with amendments which constituted a setback to the administration's Neutrality Bill proposed by Bloom, and agreed that it was a great fight with no grudges. Rep. Vorys led the republican fight that changed the bill and Rep. Allen was a strong supporter of the Bloom Bill
Principals in coal dispute at White House. Washington, D.C., May 9. A conference marking the first time the president has intervened in a labor dispute since he called together the CIO and the AF of L in an attempt to mediate their fight, met today at the White House to try to settle differences between labor and soft coal operators. Left to right: CIO's John L. Lewis, Van A. Bitner, representing the miners, Philip Murray, for the miners, W.L. Robinson, for the operators, John A. Owens, for the Miners, and L.C. Gunter, for the operators. The back row is unidentified
Senator has annual birthday party. Every tenth of January, Ernest W. Smoot gives a birthday luncheon for his father, Sen. Reed Smoot of Utah. A few months later, the Senator reciprocates by giving a similar party for his son. The photograph shows the principals and few of the guests at the luncheon on the Senator's 69th birthday. Left to right: Ernest W. Smoot, Secretary of the Treasury Mellon, Sen. Smoot, Sen. James Watson and Postmaster General Brown, 1/10/30
3 principals before testifying before the subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee at the start of the fight for amendment of the Volstead law

3 principals before testifying before the subcommittee of the Senate J...

Lincoln C. Andrews, Emery C. Ruckner, and John Philip Hill, three-quarter length portrait, standing outside Capitol. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. LOT subdivision subject: ... More

Principals at Friday hearing [...] Rep. John J. McSwain (D. of S.C.), chairman of the House Military Com. and the key witness at the Friday hearing, Frank E. Speicher whose testimony created a sensation on "deals" with the army. McSwain is standing. 7/26/35
Wash. D.C. Principals. Rep. Martin Dies (D. of N.Y.) front, who was the principle cross-questioner at the House lobby inquiry Friday. Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Texas) who is a principle involved in the hearing, as to whether or not he received "cigars" in a cigar box from a Utility Lobbyist (in rear) and Bonnie Patton, his loyal daughter who testified for her father Friday, photoed at the hearing. 7/2/35
Principals in wage-hour amendments controversy. Washington, D.C., July 25. Seeking speedy action at this session of Congress, the House Rules Committee at a special session today agreed to further attempt to compromise proposals of opposing faction in the proposed amendments to the wage-hour law. Left to right: wage-hour administrator Elmer Andrews; Rep. Graham A. Barden, Democrat of North Carolina; Rep. Mary T. Norton, Democrat of New Jersey and Rep. Adolph Sabath of Illinois, Acting Chairman of the Rules Committee. Andrews, Rep. Norton and Rep. Barden appeared before the Committee in Executive region, 7/26/39
Principals at Bal Boheme. Washington, D.C., April 10. Principal guests at the Bal Boheme tonight were Mrs. Frank Steele, the French Ambassador, Count De Saint-Quentin and Frank Steele, President of the Arts Club which sponsored the costume ball. The theme of the affair was Paris in the spring, 4-10-39
Principals at Bal Boheme. Washington, D.C., April 10. Principal guests at the Bal Boheme tonight were Mrs. Frank Steele, the French Ambassador, Count De Saint-Quentin and Frank Steele, President of the Arts Club which sponsored the costume ball. The theme of the affair was Paris in the spring, 4-10-39

Principals at Bal Boheme. Washington, D.C., April 10. Principal guests...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Juilliard School, 130 Claremont Ave., Bronx, New York. Orpheus, two principals I
Juilliard School, 130 Claremont Ave., Bronx, New York. Orpheus, two principals II
Juilliard School, 130 Claremont Ave., Bronx, New York. Orpheus, two principals III
Principals and students of the Peking University, China

Principals and students of the Peking University, China

Group of principals and male students posed. Copyrighted by C.H. Graves. No. 72.

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