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Office of the Administrator - Agency Headquarters Renaming Ceremony - ceremony to mark the renaming of the Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters in honor of President Bill Clinton [412-APD-1126-2013-07-17_WmJClintonRename_094.jpg]

Garden of the Inept Administrator

Halberd of Johann Georg I of Saxony (1585–1656) as administrator of the bishopric of Meresburg

[Executor's notice for will of Anna Carpenter and administrator's notice for estate of Mrs. Frances Woodman]

Right Rev. John Hughes, D.D., coadjutor & administrator of the Diocese of New York / J. Penniman ; lith. of Endicott.

Administrator's sale!! By virtue of a decree from the Circuit Court of Jersey county, and State of Illinois ... I shall offer at public sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, Dec. 1, ... the following real estate, of which Aaron Hamilton ... died

Plea and notice in case of Robert B. Courtney and others against Nelson Maddox, administrator of the estate of William T. Courtney

Plea and notice in case of Robert B. Courtney and others against Nelson Maddox, administrator of the estate of William T. Courtney

[Salona, Tusculum of the Baltic Administrator, Dalmatia, Austro-Hungary]

Howard Figg, Food Administrator

Howard Figg, Food Administrator

Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918

Broadcast message to veterans. A Christmas message to veterans and soldiers throughout the United States was broadcast over the Columbia network Wednesday, Dec. 17, by, left to right: Ralph T. O'Neil, National Commander of the American Legion; Gen. Frank T. Hines, Administrator of the Veterans' Bureau, and F. Trubee Davison, Assistant Secretary of War or Aviation. 12/18/30

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.

Chang Ching-hui, Civil Administrator of the Special Area, Eastern Provinces

C.B. Baldwin, Administrator, Farm Security Administration

Picking up the pieces. Attorney General Homer S. Cummings, left, and Donald Richberg, Administrator of the NRA, meet in the Attorney General's office to plan a way to pick up the pieces of the Blue Eagle which were scattered by the Supreme Court decision

Photograph of the Robert L. Kunzig, GSA Administrator at the NARS Building

Rexford G. Tugwell, administrator, United States Resettlement Administration

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Rexford G. Tugwell, administrator, Resettlement Administration

Hopkins slams Gov. Landon. Harry Hopkins, administrator of FERA and head of WPA, tells reporters that Gov. Alf Landon of Kan., "balanced his budget in Kansas by taking money out of the hides of the needy." He said further that Landon's administration "had never put up a thin dime for relief." 11/1/35

Hopkins gives testimony. Harry Hopkins of FERA, left, is cross examined by Rep. Roy O. Woodruff, R. of Mich. when the FERA Administrator appeared to support the Administration's Social Security program which is being examined by the Ways and Means Committee of the House. 1/23/35

Washington, D.C. Henry W. Riley, Deputy Administrator, U.S. foreign economic adminstration

Oil painting of Administrator Tugwell by Boris Deutsch

Administrator Tugwell and Mr. Schmidt at Berwyn, Maryland

Johnson blasts Senate NRA bill. Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, first administrator of the NRA, left, tells the House Ways and Means committee that the Senate NRA extension resolution will kill NRA after 10 months. Johnson said it would be a R1174352 "catastrophe to accept only a 9 1/2 months extension as proposed by the Senate." He said he favored a 2 year extension. Johnson is shown here with Chairman Robert L. Doughton. 5/24/35

Photograph of Edmund F. Mansure, General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator

Rural electrification program speeded. Executives of the Rural Electrification Administration gather around their chief, Morris L. Cooke, as seven projects are launched to give 4,000 farm homes electric light. Cooke is seated. From the left, standing: Melvin O. Swanson, Chief Engineer; W.E. Herring, Special Assistant to the Administrator; L.A. Sears, Chief of Projects Section Guy Thaxon, Engineer, and Charles W. Bass, Assistant Chief Engineer, 11/4/35

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Mr. Lawrence Hewes, chief assistant to the administrator

Administrator Tugwell at Berwyn, Maryland

Dr. Carl Taylor, Assistant Administrator

Hopkins denies AGC Charges. Washington, D.C. October 11. In a radio speech this morning WPA Administrator, Harry Hopkins, denied charges made by the Associated General Contractors of America that the WPA should be blamed for labor shortage. He said that "WPA projects in communities have been efficiently run and that the unemployed on these projects have been well treated, when the AGC complained that cities were unable to find workers because they were all employed in the WPA. When charged of boondoggling, Hopkins replied that it reminded him of the "Old Story of the bandits in South America," He said "they are never in the town which you are visiting, they are always just over the hill, and the townspeople will tell you they are there but when you look for them you never find them"

Barn, corn crib, and chickens belonging to Mr. Hardin, a Resettlement Administrator homesteader on the Arthurdale project. Reedsville, West Virginia

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

PRESIDENT SEES FISH TAKEN FROM 'TUGWELL LAKE.' BERWYN, MD. NOVEMBER 13. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SEEMED MORE INTERESTED IN THE BASS TAKEN FROM 'TUGWELL LAKE' THAN IN THE COMMUNITY HOUSES AS HE INSPECTED THE GREENBELT SUBURBAN COMMUNITY BUILT BY THE RA NEAR WASHINGTON. ADMINISTRATOR TUGWELL ACCOMPANIED THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE ON THE INSPECTION TRIP TODAY

Administrator Tugwell with captain of ship, two of his aides, Mr. Richards and Mr. McManns, and a representative of the Scripps-Howard press, Mr. Brown

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Crop Insurance Committee meets for first time. Washington, D.C. Sept. 25. Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, as chairman called the crop insurance committee appointed by President Roosevelt this week into session today for the first time. The first thing the committee will consider, Wallace said, is on what crops the first "experiment" in crop insurance should be made. n the picture, left to right; (front row) Wayne C. Taylor; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; Secretary Wallace; and Ernest G. Draper, Assistant Secretary of Commerce. In the rear, left to right: Roy M. Green, Bureau of Agricultural Economics; Dr. A.G. Black, chief, Bureau of Agricultural Economics; and H.R. Tolley, Administrator, AAA

DEDICATES NEW CHEMISTRY BUILDING AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DELIVERING THE PRINCIPAL ADDRESS AS THE NEW $625,000 CHEMISTRY ERECTED BY THE PWA FOR HOWARD UNIVERSITY WAS DEDICATED TODAY. L TO R: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; DR. MORDECAI JOHNSON, PRESIDENT OF HOWARD UNIVERSITY; AND PWA ADMINISTRATOR HAROLD ICKES

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell examines foundations of houses under construction at Greenbelt, Maryland. With him is Wallace Richards, coordinator of the Greenbelt project

Mr. Brooks Hays, Special Assistant to the Administrator, Resettlement Administration

Dr. W.W. Alexander, Assistant Administrator

Aide to Rex Turwell, Washington, D.C. Sept. 29. An important figure in the resettlement is Miss Grace E. Falke, Executive Assistant to the Administrator Rex Tugwell. It was Miss Falke who had the final say on the interior furnishins for Greenbelt, the Resettlement Administration's planned city at Berwyn Heights, Md., which has just been completed

FHA head out for a canter, Washington, D.C. Sept. 29. Stewart McDonald, Federal Housing Administrator, gets his daily exercise astride his favorite mount. He is shown ready for an early morning canter thru Rock Creek Park

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell (in white), with his aides John O. Walker, John L. Lansill, and Frank Schmidt, inspects progress made at Greenbelt, Maryland, one of the three model communities which the RA (Resettlement Administration) is building to demonstrate that good homes in lovely surroundings can be within reach of city families with only moderate incomes

Chief Executive meets with administration experts on flood control projects, Washington, D.C., August 10. Seeking a decision as to what flood control projects will be started as soon as Congress makes available $330,000,000 authorized in the omnibus flood control ? as well as projects that can be begun with funds now on hand, President Roosevelt called in those administration experts today. Left to right: Frederick A. Doland and Abel Wolman, of National Resources Board; H.H. Bennett, Director of Soil Conservation, Dept. of Agriculture; Gen. Edward M. Markham, Chief of U.S. Army Engineers; and Aubrey Williams, Assistant Administrator of WPA

Dr. Alexander, assistant to the administrator of the U.S. Resettlement Administration, Washington, D.C.

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell with his aides at the Greenbelt project, Maryland

Administrator Tugwell at window of blimp before taking off

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

ADMINISTRATOR ICKES LAYS CORNERSTONE OF NEW INTERIOR BUILDING. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 16. ADMINISTRATOR HAROLD ICKES LAYING CORNERSTONE OF THE NEW $12,000,000 INTERIOR BUILDING TODAY WHILE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LOOKS ON SMILING. ICKES USED THE SAME TROWEL WITH WHICH GEORGE WASHINGTON EMPLOYED WHEN THE CORNERSTONE OF THE U.S. CAPITOL WAS PLACED IN 1793

Resettlement Administrator R.G. Tugwell examines foundations of houses under construction at the Greenbelt project, Maryland

Resettlement Administrator, R.G. Tugwell and John L. Lansill inspecting houses under construction at Greenbelt, Maryland

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Interior Secretary and his choice for federal housing post. Washington, D.C., Sept. 20. Following a meeting today with housing experts from all parts of the country, Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes views a a map showing the location of the many low-cost housing projects now under way. Dr. Howard A. Gray, head of the PWA Housing Administration and Ickes' choice for the newly created $10,000 post as administrator of the U.S. Housing Authority, points out the locations to the secretary. Today's meeting was called to discuss the operation of the $500,000,000 Wagner Housing Act. 9/20/37

Mrs. Elmer Andrews, wife of the Wage Hour Administrator with hundreds of letters asking for jobs

Aide to Rex Turwell, Washington, D.C. Sept. 29. An important figure in the resettlement is Miss Grace E. Falke, Executive Assistant to the Administrator Rex Tugwell. It was Miss Falke who had the final say on the interior furnishins for Greenbelt, the Resettlement Administration's planned city at Berwyn Heights, Md., which has just been completed

Howard O. Hunter, Deputy Administrator WPA

Washington, D.C. Milo Perkins, assistant administrator, FSA (Farm Security Administration)

FIRST LADY CONGRATULATES NEW APPOINTEE TO SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 30. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CONGRATULATING MRS. ELLEN S. WOODWARD, WHO WAS TODAY SWORN IN AS A MEMBER OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD TO SUCCEED MISS MARY DEWSON. THE FIRST LADY WISHED MRS. WOODWARD 'THE UTMOST OF SUCCESS.' MRS. WOODWARD WAS FORMERLY AN ASSISTANT PWA ADMINISTRATOR

Washington, D.C. Milo Perkins, assistant administrator, FSA (Farm Security Administration)

ATTEND SERVICES AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 12. MRS. ROOSEVELT, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT EXPLAINS THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL TO LITTLE DIANE HOPKINS, LEFT, DAUGHTER OF THE WPA ADMINISTRATOR, AND CHANDLER ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTER OF ELLIIOTT ROOSEVELT, WHILE ATTENDING THE CEREMONIES TODAY ON LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY

Washington, D.C. C.B. Baldwin, assistant administrator, FSA (Farm Security Administration)

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PAYS HOMAGE TO LINCOLN. WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 12. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY PAID HOMAGE TO THE MEMORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AT THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL, ON THE BIRTHDAY OF THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR. IN THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY, L TO R: DIANE HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF HARRY HOPKINS, WPA ADMINISTRATOR; MRS. ROOSEVELT; CHANDLER ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTER OF ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT; THE PRESIDENT; THE PRESIDENT'S NAVAL AIDE, CAPTAIN W. B. WOODSON; AND THE MILITARY AIDE, COL. EDWIN WATSON

PRESIDENT THROWS OUT FIRST BALL. THE LID OF THE 1938 BASEBALL SEASON IN THE CAPITAL WAS PRIED OFF TODAY BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AS HE TOSSED OUT THE FIRST BALL TO START THE GAME BETWEEN THE WASHINGTON SENATORS AND THE PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: AL KRESS OF SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y., A ROOSEVELT FAMILY FRIEND; WPA ADMINISTRATOR HARRY HOPKINS; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; CONNIE MACK; AND BUCKY HARRIS

Stewart McDonald, Federal Housing Administrator, 3-6-39

Veterans Administration appears before house veterans committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. U.S. Veterans Administrator Frank T. Hines today urged the House World War Veterans Committee to refer all bills for veterans hospitals to the Federal Board of Hospitalization so that a scientific plan can be adopted for providing care. He said that board is now studying the entire country in an attempt to equalize veterans hospital facilities and provide the correct proportion of beds for veterans in each area. Hines said present plans call for 82,026 beds by the end of June, 1940.

Housing Administrator asks for funds to continue building low-rent homes. Washington, D.C., April 7. U.S.H.A. Administrator Nathan Straus appeared before a Senate Education and Labor Sub-committee today to urge and additional authorization of $845,000,000 to continue his agency's program of low-rent dwellings. He said that, in addition to providing homes of good quality, work would be provided, directly and [indirectly](?), for 355,000 persons. 4-7-39 Sen. Allen Ellender, La., Nathan Straus, Sen. Robert Taft, Ohio.

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS McNUTT. WASHINGTON, D.C. AUGUST 1. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS PAUL V. McNUTT, FORMER GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE PHILIPPINES AND NEW FEDERAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR, UPON HIS ARRIVAL AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY TO PRESENT A SET OF FLAGS MADE BY PHILIPPINE RESIDENTS. THE FLAGS, ALL MADE BY HAND, WERE GIVEN AS A TOKEN OF GOODWILL FROM THE PHILIPPINES TO THE UNITED STATES. THE PRESIDENT INDICATED THE FLAGS WOULD BE PLACED IN THE NEW LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES BUILDING NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT HIS HOME IN HYDE PARK

Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in Charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA)

Jesse Jones, Federal Loan Administrator

McNutt registers for draft. Paul V. McNutt, (FSA) Federal Security Administrator and recently-appointed chairman of the Manpower Commission, registers under the Selective Service Act at the Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington, D.C., April 25. Assisting him is Dr. William A. Killgore, draft registrar

Miss Harriet Elliot, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administration (OPA), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Harriet Elliott, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administration (OPA), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Miss Harriet Elliott, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administration (OPM), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in Charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA)

McNutt registers for draft. Paul V. McNutt, (FSA) Federal Security Administrator and recently-appointed chairman of the Manpower Commission, registers under the Selective Service Act at the Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington, D.C., April 25. Assisting him is Dr. William A. Killgore, draft registrar

Administering oath. Left to right: John B. Blandford, Administrator of National Housing Agency; Herbert Emmerich, former Secretary of War Production Board, now Administrator of Defense Housing Authority; Donald M. Nelson, Chief, War Production Board and J.C. Hale, of Bureau of Budget, Assistant Administrator Officer, administering the oath

Dr. John Kenneth Gailbraith, assistant administrator, Office of Price Administration (OPA) and Civilian Supply, Office of Emergency Management. Dr. Galbraith is an assistant professor of economics at Princeton University

Joseph L. Weiner. Assistant Administrator in Charge of Civilian Supply

Joseph L. Weiner. Assistant Administrator in Charge of Civilian Allocation of the Office of Price Administration (OPA) and Civilian Supply

Milton H. Luce. Administrator, Health Supplies Section, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in Charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA)

Miss Harriet Elliott, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administrationn (OPA), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Miss Harriet Elliott, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administrationn (OPA), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Miss Harriet Elliott, associate administrator of the Office of Price Administrationn (OPA), Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in charge of the Consumer Division

Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in Charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA)

Administering oath. Herbert Emmerich, former Secretary of War Production Board, now Administrator of Defense housing Authority and J.C. Hale, of Bureau of Budget, Assistant Administrator Officer, administering the oath

Leon Henderson, administrator, Office of Price Administration (OPA): director, Civilian Supply Division of the Office of Production Management (OPM), member of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board

John E. Hamm. Deputy Administrator, Office of Price Administration (OPA) and Civilian Supply