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C. & N.W. R.R., Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa

Newly elected western solon arrives in Washington to assume duties.

[Carl Spaatz and Amelia Earhart posed with seven other people]

[Beatrice Houdini, full-length portrait, facing front, seated on desk]

Lady of the night

She's got "it"

She's got "it"

[Herbert and Lou Hoover leaving Friends Meeting House]

[Third International Pageant of Pulchritude and Ninth Annual Bathing Girl Revue, view with arms up, Galveston, Texas]

Syncopating Sue

W.C. Durant, motor magnate, & wife / photo. by Bain News Service, New York.

20th annual convention of the Special Libraries Ass'n, May 21-23rd, Wash., D.C., 1928

Alice Robertson

[Frank Hague and his wife, posed, standing, facing right]

She's got "it"

Lady of the night

Third International Pageant of Pulchritude and Ninth Annual Bathing Girl Revue, June 3, 4, 5, 1928, Galveston, Texas

Lady of the night

[Joan Crawford, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / MGMP.

Amelia Earhart

She's my baby

[Artist working on portrait of woman]

Hedda Hopper of the films / photo by Bain News Service, New York.

Interesting callers at White House. Elaine Vollman, chosen as Sacramento's Golden Girl of the Golden State, was presented to President Hoover today by Senator Shortridge of California. She invited the Chief Executive to attend the Golden Jubilee Fair which opens on August 31st

[Belle C. Greene, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly left]

Evangeline Girls at Arlington

Evangeline Girls at Arlington

Adelaide B. Baylis, bacetriologist / Photo. by Bain News Service, New York.

Elizabeth Holcomb and Charlotte Williams

[Grace Abbott, Chief of the Children's Bureau of the Dept. of Labor, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right]

Washington girl pins epaulettes on sweetheart graduate at U.S. Naval Academy., A.C. Walker of Asheville, North Carolina, member of the graduating class of Annapolis today, has the epaulettes of ensign in the United States Navy

[Young girl seated, half-length]

[Edith Matson (second from left) with men and women near a stone structure, possibly a watch tower, Palestine]

Daughter of Chairman, Republican National Committee to wed Washington writer. Alice Huston, attractive daughter of Claudius Hurten, Chairman of the Republican national committee, is reported engaged to Fulton Lewis, Jr., with whom she is shown in this photograph. Lewis is a native of Washington and has been doing newspaper work here for a number of years

Group of Aborigines with protest sign

Royal Australian Historical Society Excursion - 1938

Women's jazz band on a ship

Children's birthday party at the home of Mrs Lucy Jane Moran, Todman Ave, Kensington, Sydney, 1930's / Sam Hood

[American Colony leader Bertha Spafford Vester, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Elizabeth Hughes, half-length portrait, facing front]

[African American(?) woman standing on a street holding a sign reading "Our boss owns 77 houses, we can't pay rent]

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

Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport

Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport

Washington society girls compete for fencing title. These Washington society girls will compete for fencing title of the District of Columbia at the Mayflower Hotel this week. In the photograph, left to right: Elizabeth Bunting, judge; Pricilla Holcombe; Maj. Walter E. Blunt, referee; Margaret Montgomery; and Lillian Shuman, Judge

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

Man and woman on a Malvern Star abreast tandem bicycle, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood

Mrs. Longworth. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, snapped at the White House as she left the New Year Day reception

Gary Cooper, Carole Lombard et al, Cornwall Apartments, c. 1930s, by unknown photographer

advertising street scene

Woman leans out of window of ice-covered Kosciuszko chalet, 193- / photographer Sam Hood

Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport

[Dr. Margaret Mead, half-length portrait, facing right, reading book] / World-Telegram photo by Edward Lynch.

Helen Eames Doherty with portrait artist

Employees of Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph: Miami, Florida

Mrs. Franklin W. Withhoft of GA. and Mrs. Henry F. Baker of Balti., MD

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

[U.S. Worker finger printed. Starting in July, all civil service employees of the United States government will have their finger prints recorded for purpose of identification. Miss Opal Boyce, employee of the civil service department, is shown having her fingerprints made by John H. Clark, assistant chief of the civil service identification bureau, 7/1/31]

First Lady of the land with son, Allan, and grandchildren at Fort Myer riding exhibition. Mrs. Herbert Hoover with her son Allan and the Hoover grandchildren, Betty Ann and Herbert Hoover, 3rd, as they arrived at Fort Myer, VA today to attend the riding exhibition given by the enlisted men of the United States Cavalry

Doris Stevens working with Women's Consultative Committee at League of Nations, ca. 1931. Alice Paul is standing behind Stevens in the center.

Mrs. W.A. Doak, wife of Secy. of Labor

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

Tea for three at three aboard the Detroit Mackinac Chicago boat

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

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

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

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

Mrs. Hoover guest of senatorial ladies. One of the outstanding social affairs of the Capital this week was the Senate Ladies Luncheon, at which Mrs. Hoover was the guest of honor. In the photograph, left to right; Mrs. Claude Swan

[Women with mail]

[Fannie Hurst, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Mrs. Franklin W. Withhoft of GA. and Mrs. Henry F. Baker of Balti., MD

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.]

[Royal Japanese couple, Prince and Princess Takamatsu posed with group by cherry blossoms, Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C.]

Signs the president's name. Mrs. Leafie E. Dietz, recently appointed the "Secretary to Sign Land Patents," a position in the Government Land Office which, since its creation under President Arthur, has been held only by women. She signs "Herbert Hoover" to land patents and is the only person who has authority to sign the President's name. 1/31

[Portrait of Judith Anderson]

[Portrait of Clare Boothe Luce (Mrs. Henry R.)]

[Portrait of Clare Boothe Brokaw]

[Woman at desk in office]

[Portrait of Lynn Fontanne]

[Portrait of Constance Collier]

[Eleanor Roosevelt with group of women]

[Herbert Hoover and woman with large pie outside White House, Washington, D.C.]

General Pershing gets first American Legion poppy. The American Legion poppy drive was officially opened in Washington today when General John J. Pershing received a buddy poppy from Mrs. Louise W. Williams, a national president of the American Legion Auxiliary. The poppies are made each year by disabled World War veterans in various hospitals and sold to aide the American Legion in their many charitable enterprises. 3/19/32

[Women standing next to Ludington Line airplane]

[Portrait of Ina Claire]

[Lou Hoover and group viewing portrait in gallery]

[Woman at airplane]

[Portrait of Eva Gauthier]

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

Art Brown and family. Brown family on couch II

D.A.R. head greets successor. Mrs. Lowell [...] Hobart, (left) retiring President General of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and Mrs. Russel William Magna, of Holyoke, Mass., the only candidate for the post this year, are seen exchanging greetings

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

[Portrait of Muriel Smudge Draper and her sons, Raimond (Raimund?) "Smudge" Draper and Paul Draper, Jr.]

Madge Elliott and Cyril Ritchard, Sydney, ca. 1932 / photographer Falk, for J.C. Williamson's Publicity Dept.

[Portrait of Eva Gauthier]

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

[Portrait of Helen Morgan, as Julie in Showboat]

[Woman working at typewriter in office]