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CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

HASKINS, J.L. PORTRAIT

HASKINS, J.L. PORTRAIT

HENDERSON, ALLEN. PORTRAIT

HENDERSON, ALLEN. PORTRAIT

HEERWAGEN, LEO F. PORTRAIT

HEERWAGEN, LEO F. PORTRAIT

HENSON, J.A. PORTRAIT

HENSON, J.A. PORTRAIT

KEEVER, PAUL S. PORTRAIT

KEEVER, PAUL S. PORTRAIT

HARRIS, A.L. PORTRAIT

HARRIS, A.L. PORTRAIT

HINSON, H.S. PORTRAIT

HINSON, H.S. PORTRAIT

GLASSCOCK, WILLIAM J. PORTRAIT

GLASSCOCK, WILLIAM J. PORTRAIT

HENSON, J.A. PORTRAIT

HENSON, J.A. PORTRAIT

GAVIN, GUY W. PORTRAIT

GAVIN, GUY W. PORTRAIT

HOLLENSWORTH, C.R. PORTRAIT

HOLLENSWORTH, C.R. PORTRAIT

HALL, H.M. PORTRAIT

HALL, H.M. PORTRAIT

JONES, L.H. PORTRAIT

JONES, L.H. PORTRAIT

GIBSON, R.H.B. PORTRAIT

GIBSON, R.H.B. PORTRAIT

Rep. Ham Fish of New York (CBS)

Rep. Ham Fish of New York (CBS)

Chicago teachers visit president. Rep. Carl R. Chindblom of Illinois, President Hoover and Cliff Hastings of Oak Park, Ill., photographed at the White House when 300 Chicago school teachers called to pay their respects

Chicago teachers visit president. Rep. Carl R. Chindblom of Illinois, President Hoover and Cliff Hastings of Oak Park, Ill., photographed at the White House when 300 Chicago school teachers called to pay their respects

Congressmen plan new quarters. Perhaps these three House leaders were planning the locations of their new offices as they looked over the model of the new House office building. But they will have a long wait before moving in, as work on the $22,000,000 building has just begun. Left to right: Rep. J. M. Garner of Texas, House Minority leader; Speaker Nicholas Longworth, and Rep. Isaac Bacherach of New Jersey, members of the House Office Building Commission. 11/29/30

Congressmen plan new quarters. Perhaps these three House leaders were planning the locations of their new offices as they looked over the model of the new House office building. But they will have a long wait before moving in, as work on the $22,000,000 building has just begun. Left to right: Rep. J. M. Garner of Texas, House Minority leader; Speaker Nicholas Longworth, and Rep. Isaac Bacherach of New Jersey, members of the House Office Building Commission. 11/29/30

J.H. Van Royen, Netherlands and Rep. Hamil. Fish

J.H. Van Royen, Netherlands and Rep. Hamil. Fish

MacKay testifies in wire quiz. Senator James Couzens (left) of Michigan, Chairman of the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee and Clarence M. MacKay, President of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company looking over a map in connection with the proposed Federal commission to regulate American communication systems. Mr. Mackay said that he was in favor of the establishment of such a commission

MacKay testifies in wire quiz. Senator James Couzens (left) of Michigan, Chairman of the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee and Clarence M. MacKay, President of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company looking over a map in connection with the proposed Federal commission to regulate American communication systems. Mr. Mackay said that he was in favor of the establishment of such a commission

The children of Sen. and Mrs. James J. Davis and their Christmas tree. The youngsters are Jewel, Joan, Jean, Jane and James, Jr., the five J's

The children of Sen. and Mrs. James J. Davis and their Christmas tree. The youngsters are Jewel, Joan, Jean, Jane and James, Jr., the five J's

Rehabilitation hearing. The House Committee on Education met today in the House Caucus room to consider a bill presented by Mr. Reed of New York to provide ]à] the promotion of vocational rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry or otherwise and then returned to civil employment. Several crippled boys were present with some of their handiwork. Left to right, standing: Representatives D.D. Glover of Arkansas, W.P. Lamberton of Kansas, La Fayette L. Patterson of Alabama, Paul J. Kvale of Minnesota, Daniel A. Reed of New York

Rehabilitation hearing. The House Committee on Education met today in the House Caucus room to consider a bill presented by Mr. Reed of New York to provide ]à] the promotion of vocational rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry or otherwise and then returned to civil employment. Several crippled boys were present with some of their handiwork. Left to right, standing: Representatives D.D. Glover of Arkansas, W.P. Lamberton of Kansas, La Fayette L. Patterson of Alabama, Paul J. Kvale of Minnesota, Daniel A. Reed of New York

Follow their fathers' footsteps in Senate. These four senators are sons of former senators. Left to right: Frederick Hale, Maine; Guy D. Goff, West Virginia; Robert D. Cary, Wyoming, and Robert Lafollette, Wisconsin. 12/3/30

Follow their fathers' footsteps in Senate. These four senators are sons of former senators. Left to right: Frederick Hale, Maine; Guy D. Goff, West Virginia; Robert D. Cary, Wyoming, and Robert Lafollette, Wisconsin. 12/3/30

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

Group around a bar, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood

Group around a bar, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood

Labor leaders attend Mother Jones funeral. Men high in the ranks of labor circles took part in the last rites for "Mother" Jones, 100 year-old labor crusader. Standing in the middle of the group of three at the right is William N. Doak, newly appointed Secretary of Labor. The casket is being borne from St. Gabriel's Catholic Church in Washington, where services were held, after which the body was sent to Mount Olivet, Ill., to be buried beside five of her "boys" slain there years ago in one of the many labor wars in which she participated. This was one of the last requests of the militant laborite, whose full name was Mrs. Mary Harris Jones but who was known simply as "Mother" by her thousands of "boys" throughout the country. 12/3/30

Labor leaders attend Mother Jones funeral. Men high in the ranks of labor circles took part in the last rites for "Mother" Jones, 100 year-old labor crusader. Standing in the middle of the group of three at the right is William N. Doak, newly appointed Secretary of Labor. The casket is being borne from St. Gabriel's Catholic Church in Washington, where services were held, after which the body was sent to Mount Olivet, Ill., to be buried beside five of her "boys" slain there years ago in one of the many labor wars in which she participated. This was one of the last requests of the militant laborite, whose full name was Mrs. Mary Harris Jones but who was known simply as "Mother" by her thousands of "boys" throughout the country. 12/3/30

Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at Marine-Coast Guard football game

Pres. and Mrs. Hoover at Marine-Coast Guard football game

Hurley receives Louisiana land deeds. Secretary of War Hurley received from Mayor J.G. Palmer of Shreveport, La., the deeds to 23,000 acres of land near that city, to be used as an aviation field and the future home of the Third Attack Group, now stationed at Fort Crockett, Tex. It will be the largest combat airdrone in the world when completed. Left to right; Palmer Hurley and Rep. John N. Sandlin of Louisiana

Hurley receives Louisiana land deeds. Secretary of War Hurley received from Mayor J.G. Palmer of Shreveport, La., the deeds to 23,000 acres of land near that city, to be used as an aviation field and the future home of the Third Attack Group, now stationed at Fort Crockett, Tex. It will be the largest combat airdrone in the world when completed. Left to right; Palmer Hurley and Rep. John N. Sandlin of Louisiana

Piers Bourke (at rear, to right of corner) ; ‘Johnno’ Robert Johnson, student (to left of corner) ; Robert, Frenchman (with hand to chin), Michael Hourihan, in safari suit (near doorway) from Lincoln Coffee Lounge & Cafe, Rowe Street, Sydney / photographe

Piers Bourke (at rear, to right of corner) ; ‘Johnno’ Robert Johnson, student (to left of corner) ; Robert, Frenchman (with hand to chin), Michael Hourihan, in safari suit (near doorway) from Lincoln Coffee Lounge & Cafe, Rowe Street, Sydney / photographe

Pres. Hoover and American delegates to London Naval Conference, 1/7/30 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Pres. Hoover and American delegates to London Naval Conference, 1/7/30 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Portrait of Harry Carney, Turkish Embassy, Washington, D.C., 193-]

[Portrait of Harry Carney, Turkish Embassy, Washington, D.C., 193-]

Hoaward Taft, Pres. U.S.

Hoaward Taft, Pres. U.S.

Group of radio producers in a studio, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood

Group of radio producers in a studio, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood

advertising street scene

advertising street scene

Stop when you see this sign. This is the new insignia plate the Bureau of Prohibition has adopted for use by prohibition agents in stopping suspected automobiles. In the photograph, from left to right, are; Prohibition Administrator Ames Woodcock, H.M. Lucious, secretary of the Automobile Club of Maryland, and Ernest M.Smith, vice- president of the A.A.A.

Stop when you see this sign. This is the new insignia plate the Bureau of Prohibition has adopted for use by prohibition agents in stopping suspected automobiles. In the photograph, from left to right, are; Prohibition Administrator Ames Woodcock, H.M. Lucious, secretary of the Automobile Club of Maryland, and Ernest M.Smith, vice- president of the A.A.A.

Woods testifies on unemployment. Col. Arthur Woods, Chairman of President Hoover's Emergency Employment Committee, testified before the Senate Appropriation Committee that unemployment in the United States had doubled since the census report of April 1, and that the total is now between 4,000,000 and 5,000,000. He predicted that the situation will not improve until spring and declared that unemployment and poverty are directly responsible for prevailing crime. At Wood's right is Sen. Wesley L. Jones, chairman of the Senate Committee. 1/7/31

Woods testifies on unemployment. Col. Arthur Woods, Chairman of President Hoover's Emergency Employment Committee, testified before the Senate Appropriation Committee that unemployment in the United States had doubled since the census report of April 1, and that the total is now between 4,000,000 and 5,000,000. He predicted that the situation will not improve until spring and declared that unemployment and poverty are directly responsible for prevailing crime. At Wood's right is Sen. Wesley L. Jones, chairman of the Senate Committee. 1/7/31

Hon. Carroll B. Reece of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwain

Hon. Carroll B. Reece of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwain

Senators go in for heavy reading. Members of the Senate are doing some serious and extensive reading these days, in studying the report of President Hoover's Commission on Law Enforcement, better known as the Wickersham Report. The photograph shows Sen. George W. Norris of Nebraska, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee which will consider the report, trying to find out what it is all about, 1/23/31

Senators go in for heavy reading. Members of the Senate are doing some serious and extensive reading these days, in studying the report of President Hoover's Commission on Law Enforcement, better known as the Wickersham Report. The photograph shows Sen. George W. Norris of Nebraska, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee which will consider the report, trying to find out what it is all about, 1/23/31

Minister from Romania, Hon. Charles A. Davila at mike with Wallace S. [Mu...] of State Dept., Murria of State Dept.

Minister from Romania, Hon. Charles A. Davila at mike with Wallace S. [Mu...] of State Dept., Murria of State Dept.

Sen. Gerald P. Nye at microphone-CBS

Sen. Gerald P. Nye at microphone-CBS

Gov. of Michigan with Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker who were presented to Pres. Hoover, 1/26/31 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Gov. of Michigan with Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker who were presented to Pres. Hoover, 1/26/31 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Harry S. New]

[Harry S. New]

Sen. Arthur W. Vandenberg with Gov. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker of Mich. at White House. 1/26/31

Sen. Arthur W. Vandenberg with Gov. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker of Mich. at White House. 1/26/31

Visitors watch girl operating filament winding machine in a lamp factory, c. 1931, by Sam Hood

Visitors watch girl operating filament winding machine in a lamp factory, c. 1931, by Sam Hood

[Man with clock]

[Man with clock]

Hon. Carroll B. Reece of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwain

Hon. Carroll B. Reece of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwain

Gov. of Michigan with Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker who were presented to Pres. Hoover, 1/26/31 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Gov. of Michigan with Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker who were presented to Pres. Hoover, 1/26/31 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish leaders meet in Washington to assist jobless. The problem of unemployment is not only economic, but ethical and moral as well, and responsibility for its solution rests upon the whole American people. President Hoover was advised today by a delegation representing three national church groups sponsoring the National Conference on Permanent Preventives of Unemployment, meeting in Washington this week. Heading the delegation to the White House were, left to right: Rabbi Edward L. Israel, chairman of the Social Justice Commission, Central Conference of American Rabbis; Rev. R.A. McGowan, of the social action department, National Catholic Welfare Conference; and James Myers, Industrial Secretary, Social Service Commission, Federal Council of Churches, 1/27/31

Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish leaders meet in Washington to assist jobless. The problem of unemployment is not only economic, but ethical and moral as well, and responsibility for its solution rests upon the whole American people. President Hoover was advised today by a delegation representing three national church groups sponsoring the National Conference on Permanent Preventives of Unemployment, meeting in Washington this week. Heading the delegation to the White House were, left to right: Rabbi Edward L. Israel, chairman of the Social Justice Commission, Central Conference of American Rabbis; Rev. R.A. McGowan, of the social action department, National Catholic Welfare Conference; and James Myers, Industrial Secretary, Social Service Commission, Federal Council of Churches, 1/27/31

Rep. Charles R. Crish of Georgia at microfilm (CBS)

Rep. Charles R. Crish of Georgia at microfilm (CBS)

Sen. Arthur W. Vandenberg with Gov. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker of Mich. at White House. 1/26/31

Sen. Arthur W. Vandenberg with Gov. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Brucker of Mich. at White House. 1/26/31

[Charles Curtis, 1860-1936, bust portrait]

[Charles Curtis, 1860-1936, bust portrait]

[Man at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Man at White House, Washington, D.C.]

William Green, Pres. of Am. Fed. of Labor, at the CBS microphone

William Green, Pres. of Am. Fed. of Labor, at the CBS microphone

Meeting of commission to study methods of removing profits from war. The commission, recently created by Congress, to study methods fro removing profits from war, and for effecting an equitable distribution of the burdens of war, held its first meeting today in the office of the Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley. Secretary Hurley was elected chairman; Senator Davis A. Reed, Vice Chairman; and Rep. Lindley H.Hadley, Secretary. In the photograph, left to right: Rep. John J. McSwain, South Carolina; Rep. William P. Holaday, Illinois; Rep. Lindley H. Hadley, Washington; Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley; Senator Claude A. Swanson, Virginia; Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas; and Rep. Ross A. Collins, Mississippi

Meeting of commission to study methods of removing profits from war. The commission, recently created by Congress, to study methods fro removing profits from war, and for effecting an equitable distribution of the burdens of war, held its first meeting today in the office of the Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley. Secretary Hurley was elected chairman; Senator Davis A. Reed, Vice Chairman; and Rep. Lindley H.Hadley, Secretary. In the photograph, left to right: Rep. John J. McSwain, South Carolina; Rep. William P. Holaday, Illinois; Rep. Lindley H. Hadley, Washington; Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley; Senator Claude A. Swanson, Virginia; Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas; and Rep. Ross A. Collins, Mississippi

Mich. Gov. and Atty. Gen. of Michigan received by Pres. Hoover. L to r: Gov. Brucker, Mrs. Brucker, Sen. Vandenberg, Mrs. Paul Vorhees, and Atty. Gen. Paul Vorhees [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Mich. Gov. and Atty. Gen. of Michigan received by Pres. Hoover. L to r: Gov. Brucker, Mrs. Brucker, Sen. Vandenberg, Mrs. Paul Vorhees, and Atty. Gen. Paul Vorhees [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Rep. Will Wood at CBS

Rep. Will Wood at CBS

Requires legislation to keep his job. Eddie Augustine Savoy, 85-year-old negro who is rounding out 60 years service in the State Department, will not be retired because of old age of Secretary Stimson's recommendation is carried out. At Stimson's suggestion, Rep. Fish, whose grandfather, a former Secretary of State, gave Savoy work in 1871, will introduce a bill to permit Eddie to keep on working. His duties consist of announcing visitors who call upon the Secretary and he has acquired a remarkable memory for faces, names, and titles, 1/31

Requires legislation to keep his job. Eddie Augustine Savoy, 85-year-old negro who is rounding out 60 years service in the State Department, will not be retired because of old age of Secretary Stimson's recommendation is carried out. At Stimson's suggestion, Rep. Fish, whose grandfather, a former Secretary of State, gave Savoy work in 1871, will introduce a bill to permit Eddie to keep on working. His duties consist of announcing visitors who call upon the Secretary and he has acquired a remarkable memory for faces, names, and titles, 1/31

[Albert Einstein, half-length portrait, seated, facing right] / Doris Ulmann.

[Albert Einstein, half-length portrait, seated, facing right] / Doris Ulmann.

[Charles E. Jefferson, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

[Charles E. Jefferson, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

Rep. Royal Johnson before House Ways and Means Committee on bonus. Rep. Royal Johnson, of South Dakota and a World War hero himself, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee today to voice his opposition against payment of the soldiers bonus

Rep. Royal Johnson before House Ways and Means Committee on bonus. Rep. Royal Johnson, of South Dakota and a World War hero himself, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee today to voice his opposition against payment of the soldiers bonus

[Portrait of Tonio Selwart]

[Portrait of Tonio Selwart]

[Portrait of Paul Meers]

[Portrait of Paul Meers]

10/6/32 at the palace etc., Baghdad, man in tails

10/6/32 at the palace etc., Baghdad, man in tails

Crowd crossing the Bridge, Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations, 19 March 1932, Hall & Co.

Crowd crossing the Bridge, Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations, 19 March 1932, Hall & Co.

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

Veterans appeal to Congress for bonus. Scene on the Capitol steps in Washington today when a thousand veterans presented a truck load of petitions to Congress for immediate payment of the bonus. On the extreme right is Paul Wolman, past Grand Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is presenting the petitions to Rep. Rainey, of Illinois. Others on the picture are Rep. Snell; Rep. Patman; and Senator Brookhart, 4/8/32

Veterans appeal to Congress for bonus. Scene on the Capitol steps in Washington today when a thousand veterans presented a truck load of petitions to Congress for immediate payment of the bonus. On the extreme right is Paul Wolman, past Grand Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is presenting the petitions to Rep. Rainey, of Illinois. Others on the picture are Rep. Snell; Rep. Patman; and Senator Brookhart, 4/8/32

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

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

Gladys Moncrieff, singer, records with orchestra conducted by Gilbert Dechelette, HMV Studios, Sydney, ca. 1928-1932 / photographer Eden Studios

Gladys Moncrieff, singer, records with orchestra conducted by Gilbert Dechelette, HMV Studios, Sydney, ca. 1928-1932 / photographer Eden Studios

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of John Arledge]

[Portrait of John Arledge]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

Oldest members of House in point of service. These three men have served nearly a hundred years in the House of Representatives. They are, left to right; Rep. Gilbert N. Haughen, (Rep.) of Iowa, who has served the longest, 33 years and 20 days; Speaker of the House John N. Garner, of Texas, who is now in his thirtieth year of service; and Rep. Edward W. Pou, Democrat, of North Carolina, who will complete 33 years of service next March. 3/23/32

Oldest members of House in point of service. These three men have served nearly a hundred years in the House of Representatives. They are, left to right; Rep. Gilbert N. Haughen, (Rep.) of Iowa, who has served the longest, 33 years and 20 days; Speaker of the House John N. Garner, of Texas, who is now in his thirtieth year of service; and Rep. Edward W. Pou, Democrat, of North Carolina, who will complete 33 years of service next March. 3/23/32

Gov. Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland and John W. Davis of West Virginia, talking things over at the lower right

Gov. Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland and John W. Davis of West Virginia, talking things over at the lower right

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 Judiciary Committee at the start of the fight for amendment of the Volstead law

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Young woman and man at automobile]

[Young woman and man at automobile]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

Dr. Gaius, Pres. of Wash. Lee University

Dr. Gaius, Pres. of Wash. Lee University

Herbert Hoover - Speaking

Herbert Hoover - Speaking

[Portrait of Paul Draper, Jr.]

[Portrait of Paul Draper, Jr.]

10/6/32 at the palace etc., Baghdad, man in tails

10/6/32 at the palace etc., Baghdad, man in tails

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Lieutenant and Mrs. Thomas H. Massie, full-length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Lieutenant and Mrs. Thomas H. Massie, full-length portrait, seated, facing front]

"Little Congress" holds annual dinner. Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah, speaking at the thirteenth annual dinner of the Little Congress, an association of secretaries and attaches of senators and representatives in Congress, which was held at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. In the photograph, left to right; Senator Smoot; Rep. Paul Kvale, of Minnesota; and Rep. Carlton Mobley, of Georgia, 25 years old and the youngest member of Congress

"Little Congress" holds annual dinner. Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah, speaking at the thirteenth annual dinner of the Little Congress, an association of secretaries and attaches of senators and representatives in Congress, which was held at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. In the photograph, left to right; Senator Smoot; Rep. Paul Kvale, of Minnesota; and Rep. Carlton Mobley, of Georgia, 25 years old and the youngest member of Congress

[Benny Goodman, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing down, at music stand, with clarinet] / World Telegram photo C.M. Stieglitz.

[Benny Goodman, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing down, at music stand, with clarinet] / World Telegram photo C.M. Stieglitz.

[Man speaking at amphitheater, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia]

[Man speaking at amphitheater, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia]

[Portrait of Maurice Sterne]

[Portrait of Maurice Sterne]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

DODSON, JOSEPH A., JR. MIDSHIPMAN. PORTRAIT

DODSON, JOSEPH A., JR. MIDSHIPMAN. PORTRAIT

FITZGERALD, HOY. PORTRAIT

FITZGERALD, HOY. PORTRAIT

[Portrait of Theodore Dreiser]

[Portrait of Theodore Dreiser]

WILLINGHAM, H.E. PORTRAIT

WILLINGHAM, H.E. PORTRAIT

[Portrait of Louis Bromfield]

[Portrait of Louis Bromfield]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]