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Before the opening gong. Washington, D.C. March 8. Big three of the Labor Nonpartisan League pictured just before the gong sounded to open the convention of the League in Washington today. About 600 labor leaders of all sections of the country were here for the initial session. In the picture, left to right: John L. Lewis, United Mine President and Chairman of Executive Committee of the League; Sidney Hillman, Secretary Treasurer ; and Maj. George L. Berry, President of the League, 3/8/1937

Before the opening gong. Washington, D.C. March 8. Big three of the Labor Nonpartisan League pictured just before the gong sounded to open the convention of the League in Washington today. About 600 labor leaders of all sections of the country were here for the initial session. In the picture, left to right: John L. Lewis, United Mine President and Chairman of Executive Committee of the League; Sidney Hillman, Secretary Treasurer ; and Maj. George L. Berry, President of the League, 3/8/1937

Before the opening gong. Washington, D.C., March 8. Big three of the Labor Non-partisan League pictured just before the gong sounded to open the Convention of the League in Washington today. About 600 labor leaders of all sections of the country were here for the initial session. In the picture, left to right: John L. Lewis, United Mine President and Chairman of Executive Committee of the League; Sidney Hillman, Secretary, Treasury; and Maj. George L. Berry, President of the League, 3/8/1937

Before the opening gong. Washington, D.C., March 8. Big three of the Labor Non-partisan League pictured just before the gong sounded to open the Convention of the League in Washington today. About 600 labor leaders of all sections of the country were here for the initial session. In the picture, left to right: John L. Lewis, United Mine President and Chairman of Executive Committee of the League; Sidney Hillman, Secretary, Treasury; and Maj. George L. Berry, President of the League, 3/8/1937

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

Crimean Conference--Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Marshal Joseph Stalin at the palace in Yalta, where the Big Three met / /U.S. Signal Corps photo.

Crimean Conference--Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Marshal Joseph Stalin at the palace in Yalta, where the Big Three met / /U.S. Signal Corps photo.

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Big three of Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. All experts at cross-examining these three Senators, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, will take an active part in questioning witnesses when the committee begins opening hearings next week to consider the nomination of Felix Frankfurter to the Supreme Court. Left to right - Senator Matthew M. Neely, West Virginia, Chairman; Senator Pat McCarran, Nevada; and Senator Tom Connolly, Texas, 1/7/39

Big three of Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. All experts at cross-examining these three Senators, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, will take an active part in questioning witnesses when the committee begins opening hearings next week to consider the nomination of Felix Frankfurter to the Supreme Court. Left to right - Senator Matthew M. Neely, West Virginia, Chairman; Senator Pat McCarran, Nevada; and Senator Tom Connolly, Texas, 1/7/39

Big three of House Judiciary. Washington D.C. The big guns of the House Judiciary Committee as they studied the President's request for increase in the membership of the Supreme Court, following the meeting of the Committee today. Left to right: Rep. U.S. Guyer of Kansas, ranking Republican Member of the Committee; Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, Democrat of Texas and Chairman of the Committee; and Rep. Emanuel Celler, of New York and ranking Democrat of the Committee

Big three of House Judiciary. Washington D.C. The big guns of the House Judiciary Committee as they studied the President's request for increase in the membership of the Supreme Court, following the meeting of the Committee today. Left to right: Rep. U.S. Guyer of Kansas, ranking Republican Member of the Committee; Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, Democrat of Texas and Chairman of the Committee; and Rep. Emanuel Celler, of New York and ranking Democrat of the Committee

Big three of congressional tax hearing. Washington, D.C., Aug. 18. The income tax payers are not the only ones having headaches these days for the Senators and Treasury experts who are handling the congressional tax investigation are having theirs too. Here we see in a huddle, left to right: Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi, Co-Chairman of the Joint Congressional Tax Committee; Lovel H. Parker, Treasury Income Tax expert who assisted the Committee in the investigation; and Senator John G. Townsend of Delaware, Republican member o the Committee, 8/18/37

Big three of congressional tax hearing. Washington, D.C., Aug. 18. The income tax payers are not the only ones having headaches these days for the Senators and Treasury experts who are handling the congressional tax investigation are having theirs too. Here we see in a huddle, left to right: Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi, Co-Chairman of the Joint Congressional Tax Committee; Lovel H. Parker, Treasury Income Tax expert who assisted the Committee in the investigation; and Senator John G. Townsend of Delaware, Republican member o the Committee, 8/18/37

Big three on U.S. Foreign relations. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. President Roosevelt's first act on his return to the Capital today was to call his Chief Foreign Relations advisors into a conference for a discussion of the International Situation. The big three are shown as they left the White House. Left to right: Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Norman H. Davis, Ambassador-at-large; and Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State. 10/8/37

Big three on U.S. Foreign relations. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. President Roosevelt's first act on his return to the Capital today was to call his Chief Foreign Relations advisors into a conference for a discussion of the International Situation. The big three are shown as they left the White House. Left to right: Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Norman H. Davis, Ambassador-at-large; and Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State. 10/8/37

Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President

Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President