Colleges and Universities - Yale University - Yale University. Headquarters Company of Yale Battery at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania. 1917. Captain Hiram Bingham, Connecticut N.G
Colleges and Universities - Yale University
American Red Cross - Groups - Washington, D.C. Motor Ambulance Corps which marched in Great Red Cross Paradein New York City. Left to right; Mis Wallace Chisswell, Miss Mary Hartley, Mrs. F.P. Wagerman, Mrs. Borden Harriman, Mrs. Dorothy Smiley, Miss Margaret Devereaux, Mrs. F.A. Connolly, Miss Mildred Gisson, Mrs. C.D. Wheeler, Mrs. Dorothy Keiberger
Photographer: Paul Thompson American Red Cross - Groups
The Harriman National Bank urges faith, courage, and patience / M. Waddell 1918 ; Metro Litho. Co. N.Y.
Poster showing a war-ravaged landscape, and in the distance across a body of water, a city of skyscrapers with a serene man's face (Uncle Sam's?) hovering above.
Photograph shows Barclay Acheson, an official of the Near East Relief organization who was in New York City in January 1927 to attend a meeting of the group. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2012)
Jefferson Day dinner of Democratic party in Washington at Mayflower. The head table at the Jefferson Day dinner of the Democratic party given in Washington at the Mayflower Hotel in honor of Jouette Shouse, recently elected chairman of the Democratic executive committee. Left to right: John F. Costello; Senator Millard Tydings; Rep. John Garner; John J. Raskob; Jouett Shouse; Col. Robert M. Harper; Mrs. Woodrow Wilson; Senator Joseph T. Robinson; Rep. Joseph Byrnes; Mrs. J. Borden Harriman; and John B. Colpoys
Conference couriers. These ten crack sergeants of the United States Marine Corps will act as couriers for the American delegation to the London Armament Conference. They are, left to right: Maddox and J.S. Domzaksi. Back row: (left to right) J.G.Mason, M.P.Clary, Charles W. Harriman, F.L. Brauer, J.M. Rice and W.H. Freeman
At Jefferson Day dinner. Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War during the Wilson administration and a Democratic presidential nominee this year, stops to chat with Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, (left) and Mrs. Hugh Wallace, wife of former American Ambassador to France, at the Democratic Jefferson Day Dinnerat the Willard Hotel in Washington. 4/13/32
Prominent society women to lead women's wet organization for next year. The social register is well represented in the slats of officers for the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform which concluded their meeting in Washington today. In the photograph, left to right: Mrs. William C. Potter, New York, National Treasurer; Mrs. Archibald B. Roosevelt, New York, National Secretary; Mrs. Edward S. Moore, New York Member of Executive Committee; Miss Maude Wetmore, Rhode Island, National Vice Chairman, Mrs. Charles H. Sabin, New York, National Chairman; Mrs. William B. Mason, Washington, D.C., National Vice Chairman; Mrs. Pierre S. Dupont, Delaware, National Vice Chairman; Mrs. E. Roland Harriman, National Finance Chairman
THREE PROMINENT WOMEN: FROM THE LEFT, MRS. MARY HARRIMAN RUMSEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSUMERS ADVISORY BOARD OF THE N.R.A; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND REP. ISABELLA GREENWAY OF ARIZONA. THIS PICTURE WAS MADE IN THE WHITE HOUSE ON ONE OF THE MANY AFTERNOONS THE THREE MEET THERE. WHEN MRS. ROOSEVELT HAS A PRESS CONFERENCE IT IS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE THESE THREE TOGETHER
AS THEY DRESSSED IN THE 1900'S. THESE THREE WOMEN, MRS. MARY HARRIMAN RUMSEY, NEW YORK MILLIONAIRE, LEFT, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. ISABELLA GREENWAY, REPRESENTATIVE FROM ARIZONA, ATTENDED THE JUNIOR LEAGUE BALL AT THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL IN WASHINGTON FRIDAY NIGHT IN THE GOWN THEY WORE THE NIGHT THEY MADE THEIR DEBUTS. MRS. RUMSEY, WHO IS CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSUMERS ADVISORY BOARD OF THE N.R.A., ORGANIZED THE FIRST JUNIOR LEAGUE UNIT IN THE COUNTRY IN NEW YORK CITY. THESE THREE WOMEN HAVE BEEN PERSONAL FRIENDS FOR MANY YEARS
Original caption: Portrait of Harold E. Harriman. Director, Technical Assistance Division, Office of Records Management. Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel