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Bond made between Phillip Thurman, Richard Thurman, and Joseph Bledsoe
Hon. Allen Granberry Thurman of Ohio
Allen G. Thurman of Ohio, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.
Thurman, Hon. Allen G. Senator of Ohio. Born in Lynchburg, Va. Nov 13, 1813
Thurman, Hon. Allen G. Senator of Ohio. Born in Lynchburg, Va. Nov 13, 1813
Letter from Colonel Connell to Senator Thurman. The party in a false position, and Connell refuses to speak. Lancaster, Ohio, August 2d, 1871.

Letter from Colonel Connell to Senator Thurman. The party in a false p...

On verso: 50948 "04. 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 138, Folder 1.

Now Campbell will run

Now Campbell will run

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.

Now Campbell will run
A large extra supplement in color containing the portraits of President Cleveland and the Hon. Allen G. Thurman (drawn by Joseph Keppler,) will be given free of charge with Puck of August 22 ... The Publishers of Puck, Puck building, New York. [

A large extra supplement in color containing the portraits of Presiden...

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 129, Folder 45f.

Plowing on farm of Thurman Cox, north of Shelton, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Plowing on farm of Thurman Cox, north of Shelton, Buffalo County, Nebr...

summary: Note the horse-drawn water tank. original size: 6x8

Allan W. Thurman
A.W. Thurman
[Roxy McGowan and Mary Thurman in bathing suits, with one taking the other's picture on beach, posed for Mack Sennett Productions] / Evans Studio, L.A.

[Roxy McGowan and Mary Thurman in bathing suits, with one taking the o...

J231696 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Evans Studio, L.A. No. E28.

Madam Von Thurman & children, 12/29/21
Baron E. Van Thurman, 11/23/21
Thurman B. Dixon, Bowling Green, Ken.
Thurman B. Dixon, Bowling Green, Ken.
Jackson successor takes oath. Washington, D.C., March 21. Thurman Arnold, former Yale University Law Professor, was today sworn in as Assistant Attorney General in charge of anti-trust division. He succeeds Robert H. Jackson, who was appointed Solicitor General. In the photograph, left to right: Solicitor General Robert H. Jackson, Thurman Arnold, and Ugo Carusi, Executive Assistant of the Attorney General administering the oath, 3/21/38
Congressional monopoly committee holds initial meeting. Washington, D.C., July 1. The Congressional Executive Committee to investigate monopolies held their first meeting today and charted a course designed to determine the efffect of concentrated wealth and power on business. Pictured, left to right: (sitting) Senator William E. Borah, Herman Oliphant, General Counsel for Treasury; Senator William H. King, Utah; Senator Hoseph C. O'Mahoney, of Wyoming and Chairman of the Committee; Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, of Texas and Vice Chairman; Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney General; and Rep. Edward C. Eicher of Iowa. Standing left to right: Richard C. Patterson, Jr., Assistant Secretary of Commerce; Garland S. Ferguson, Chairman of Federal Trade Commission; William O. Douglas, Chairman of S.E.C.; Isador Lubin Chief of Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor; and Rep. Edward H. Rees of Kansas, 7/1/38
[Thurman Arnold and cow]
[Thurman Arnold and family]
Cheese party for statesmen. Washington, D.C., June 4. The famous swiss cheese from The Star Valley of Wyoming was the piece of resistance at the Capitol today for the members of Congress and other high government officials hailing from the state. The cheese weighed 250 pounds. Left to right: Rep. Paul R. Greener; Sen. Joseph D. O'Mahoney; Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney General; Fred W. Johnson, Commisioner, General Land office; and Senator H.H. Schwartz, 6/4/38
Nominee for Assistant Attorney General questioned by senate committee. Washington, D.C., March 11. Thurman Arnold, nominee for Assistant Attorney General to succeed Robert H. Jackson, pictured as he was questioned by the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee this morning. He declared before the committee that he wanted to "break up monopoly" but believed the anti-trust laws were imperfect. After a short session the committee approved the nomination of Arnold with the understanding that the right to oppose confirmation on the Senate floor would be reserved for Senators Borah and Burke, 3/11/38
In spotlight at dinner of National Lawyers Guild. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. Delegates from all parts of the country attended the annual dinner of the National Lawyers Guild last night in Washington. Solicitor General Robert H. Jackson and Senator Robert F. LaFollette were the principal speakers. In the photograph, left to right: Thurman Arnold, Toastmaster; Robert H. Jackson; Senator Robert F. LaFollette; and John P. Devaney, President of the Guild and Former Chief Justice of Minnesota, 2/21/38
Thurman Arnold. L.R. Robert Jackson, Solicitor Gen'l; Thurman Arnold, Asst. Sol. Gen'l; Hugo Carsui, administering oath being sworn in
Monopoly huddle. Washington, D.C., July 1. Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney (left) of Wyoming, named Chairman of the Congressional Monopoly Committee at their first meeting today, discusses with Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney, the legal aspects of the Monopoly Investigation which is designed to setermine the effect of concentrated wealth and power on business. Arnold is a member of the committee, 7/1/38
Monopoly huddle. Washington, D.C., Dec. 12. At this informal conference just before the Monopoly Committee opened today's hearing can be seen, left to right: Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold, Chairman Joseph C. O'Mahoney, S.E.C. Commissioner Jerome Frank, and Hugh B. Cox, Special Assistant to the Attorney General. In opening today's hearing on the glass industry's patent policies, Cox said the Justice Department seeks to disclose the relation between patent laws and enforcement of anti-trust laws, 12/12/38
[Thurman Arnold in automobile]
Assumes post as Assistant Attorney General. Washington, D.C., March 21. Thurman Arnold, former Yale University Law Professor, photographed at his desk today shortly after taking the oas as Assistant Attorney General, succeeding Robert H. Jackson, 3/21/38
In spotlight at dinner of National Lawyers Guild. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. Delegates from all parts of the country attended the annual dinner of the National Lawyers Guild last night in Washington. Solicitor General Robert H. Jackson and Senator Robert F. LaFollette were the principal speakers. In the photograph, left to right: Thurman Arnold, Toastmaster; Robert H. Jackson; Senator Robert F. LaFollette; and John P. Devaney, President of the Guild and Former Chief Justice of Minnesota, 2/21/38
Members congratulate chairman of congressional monopoly committee. Washington, D.C., July 1. Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney (left) of Wyoming, named Chairman of the Congressional Monopoly Committee at their first meeting today, receives the congratulations of other members of the investigating group. O'Mahoney is the author of the resolution for the inquiry. Pictured, left to right: Senator O'Mahoney, William O. Douglas, S.E.C. Chairman; Rep. Edward C. Eicher, Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, Vice Chairman; Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold, and Senator William H. King, 7/1/38
Thurman Arnold
Thurman Arnold, Thurmond, Jr. standing, George Longan playing chess
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Wendell Berge, Assist. to Thurman Arnold, Department of Justice
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Wendell Berge, Assist. to Thurman Arnold, Department of Justice
Thurman Arnold
Mr. Thurman A. Dicus
Mr. Thurman A. Dicus
Asst. U.S. Atty. General Thurman Arnold, 4-19-40
Esther Thurman, freshman in Home Economics, in a zoology class at Iowa State College. Ames, Iowa
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
The regular Democratic nominations For President, Grover Cleveland of New York. For Vice Pres't, Allen G. Thurman of Ohio.

The regular Democratic nominations For President, Grover Cleveland of ...

Head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland and Allen G. Thurman, and eagle over U.S. Capitol. No. 2243. Copyright stamp: Aug. 4, 1888.

Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Thurman, Thurman, and Roosevelt v. Frost
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