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Carter Glass & McAdoo

Carter Glass & McAdoo

Signature of Carter Glass

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. JOINT COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY. SEN. O'GORMANOF NY; CARTER GLASS, REP. OF VA, 2ND TO BE BEHIND O'GORMAN; REP. KORBLY OF IN; SEN. REED OF MO.; SEN. HOLLIS OF NH; SEN. POMERENE OF OH; SEN. OWENS OF OK, CHAIRMAN; SEN. SHAFROTH OF CO

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. JOINT COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY. SEN. O'GORMANOF NY; CARTER GLASS, REP. OF VA, 2ND TO BE BEHIND O'GORMAN; REP. KORBLY OF IN; SEN. REED OF MO.; SEN. HOLLIS OF NH; SEN. POMERENE OF OH; SEN. OWENS OF OK, CHAIRMAN; SEN. SHAFROTH OF CO.

Group: Carter Glass, Claude Swanson at left

Carter Glass and group at White House, Washington, D.C.

[Carter Glass and group at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Group: Carter Glass, Claude Swanson at left]

Carter Glass of Va.

Carter Glass of Va

Carter Glass

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS WITH VICTORY LOAN POSTERS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS GIVING VICTORY LOAN CIRCULARS TO LT. BENJAMIN TO DISTRIBUTE BY AIRPLANE

COWLES, WILLIAM SHEFFIELD. REAR ADMIRAL. CARTER GLASS PRESENTING MEDAL

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS WITH VICTORY LOAN POSTERS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS AND F.R. WILSON WITH CAPITOL FLAG ON TREASURY STEPS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS GIVING VICTORY LOAN CIRCULARS TO LT. BENJAMIN TO DISTRIBUTE BY AIRPLANE

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS AND F.R. WILSON WITH CAPITOL FLAG ON TREASURY STEPS

COWLES, WILLIAM SHEFFIELD. REAR ADMIRAL. CARTER GLASS PRESENTING MEDAL

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS WITH VICTORY LOAN POSTERS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS WITH VICTORY LOAN POSTERS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS WITH VICTORY LOAN POSTERS

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS GIVING VICTORY LOAN CIRCULARS TO LT. BENJAMIN TO DISTRIBUTE BY AIRPLANE

LIBERTY LOANS. CARTER GLASS GIVING VICTORY LOAN CIRCULARS TO LT. BENJAMIN TO DISTRIBUTE BY AIRPLANE

Carter Glass

Federal Reserve Building. Plaque of Carter Glass, Federal Reserve III

Federal Reserve Building. Plaque of Carter Glass, Federal Reserve II

Houston & Carter Glass

Cox, Roosevelt, & Carter Glass at White House, 71820

Carter Glass and wife?

Sen. Carter Glass & Wm. G. McAdoo

[Group; Carter Glass, left]

Carter Glass & McAdoo, 11723

Carter Glass & McAdoo, [11/7/23]

Sen. Carter Glass & Wm. G. McAdoo

Carter Glass & McAdoo, 11723

[Carter Glass and wife?]

Carter Glass & McAdoo, [11/7/23]

Leaders among the Democratic women are meeting at the nat'l hdqrs. in Wash. to complete arrangements for the convention in N.Y. Lft. to rt.: Mrs. D.A. McDougal, Nat'l Committee Woman from Okla., Mrs. Emily Newall Blair, Vice-Chmn. of the Demo. Nat'l Comm., Mrs. Thornton Lee Brown, Jophin, Mo., and Mrs. Blair Bannister, Editor of the Fortnightly Bulletin of the Demo. women voters. Mrs. Bannister is a sister of Sen. Carter Glass, mentioned as a possible Presidential nominee

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Federal Reserve Building. Plaque of Carter Glass, Federal Reserve I

Federal Reserve Building. Plaque of Carter Glass, Federal Reserve III

Federal Reserve Building. Plaque of Carter Glass, Federal Reserve II

[Carter Glass, right]

Group at table; includes Carter Glass at left; J. Hamilton Lewis? at back right corner of table

Carter Glass at desk

Glass at press conference. Sen. Carter Glass, D. of Va., at end of table, meets with the press to clarify his stand on certain phases of the administration's proposed banking legislation. The Senator Thursday issued a statement saying his attitude has been misinterpreted. 2/8/35

A LITTLE HATCHET BURIAL. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, GREETS SEN. CARTER GLASS (D-VA) QUITE WARMLY AS SENATORS AND SUCH GATHER AT THE WHITE HOUSE TO WATCH THE PRESIDENT SIGN THE ADMINISTRATION BANKING BILL. SEN. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER (D-FL) STANDS BEHIND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. THE LETTERS WERE WRITTEN BY GOVERNOR OF THE SEVEN STATES CROSSED BY THE RIDERS FROM CALIFORNIA TO ST. JOSEPH, MO. SEN. WILLIAM H. KING, (D_UT) IS BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND THE MAJOR. STEVE EARLY, ONE OF THE WHITE HOUSE SECRETARIES, IS ON THE EXTREME RIGHT

Carter Glass, right

Sen. Carter Glass, D. of Va., at press conference

Glass studies problems. Sen. Carter Glass, D. of Va., Chairman of the Senate sub-committee considering the banking bill, apparently is studying evidence presented by leading bankers which is opposed to the bill. 5/15/35

Will the gentleman yield? The senator from Virginia, Carter Glass, left, apparently has the right-of-way over Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher, D. of Fla., as the two meet at a corner of a hallway in the Senate office building. Sen. Glass has been busy lately baiting Marriner Eccles, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, and he may have more thoughts for financial affairs than traffic conditions. 2535

Sen. Carter Glass, D. of Va., at press conference

[Carter Glass at desk]

Glass studies problems. Sen. Carter Glass, D. of Va., Chairman of the Senate sub-committee considering the banking bill, apparently is studying evidence presented by leading bankers which is opposed to the bill. 51535

A FUNNY BUSINESS. THE BUSINESS OF GETTING THE PRESIDENTIAL SIGNATURE ON THE ADMINISTRATION'S BANKING BILL TOOK ON A JOCULAR TONE AS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, JOKES WITH REP. HENRY STEAGALL, (D-AL), WHO HANDLED THE HEARINGS IN HIS HOUSE BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE. FROM THE LEFT: SEN. CARTER GLASS; COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY J.F.T. O'CONNOR; SEN. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER (D-FL); SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU; JESSE JONES, CHAIRMAN OF RFC; REP. STEAGALL; AND GOV. MARRINER ECCLES OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD

L to r: Owen D. Young, Sen. Carter Glass

Sen. Carter Glass at press conference

Will the gentleman yield? The senator from Virginia, Carter Glass, left, apparently has the right-of-way over Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher, D. of Fla., as the two meet at a corner of a hallway in the Senate office building. Sen. Glass has been busy lately baiting Marriner Eccles, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, and he may have more thoughts for financial affairs than traffic conditions. 2/5/35

[Group at table; includes Carter Glass at left; J. Hamilton Lewis? at back right corner of table]

L to r: Sen. John G. Townsend, R. of Del.; Owen D. Young of Gen. Electric, Sec. Carter Glass, D. of Va. at bank bill swearing. 5-31-35

Carter Glass, left

[Carter Glass, left]

[Carter Glass, left]

[Carter Glass, right]

[Carter Glass, 2nd from left]

Carter Glass, left

Plaque: Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury, 1918-1920

[Carter Glass, left]

Carter Glass, left

Carter Glass, 2nd from left

[Plaque: Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury, 1918-1920]

Sen. Carter Glass

President organizes $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. Washington, D.C., April 11. President Roosevelt met with his Relief and Congressional Aides today to the personal command of a new administration fight to check business recession with a $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. The president subordinated all other White House business to efforts to hammer his lending and spending program into shape as a major New Deal offensive against recession and unemployment, left to right: Director of the Budget Daniel Bell, Sen. James F. Byrnes, SC. Sen. Carter Glass of Va., Majority Leader of the House Sen. Sam Rayburn of Tex., Sen Kenneth McKeller of Tenn., Sec. of Treasury Henry Morenthau, and in the rear, Rep. Edward Johnson, of Colo., April 11, 1938

Carter Glass, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. & H. Morgenthau, Se., 3-7-39

Sen. Carter Glass & Jesse Jones

Sen. Carter Glass & Jesse Jones

Senator Carter Glass reaches 80th birthday. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Senator Carter Glass of Virginia, today celebrated his 80th birthday and thereby attained the goal he set for himself on his last anniversary. At that time the veteran Senator told friends his only wish was to reach 80 which would be a record age for the Glass Klan. He is being congratulated by his son, Carter Glass, Jr., while in the center is Nancy Carter Boatwright, granddaughter, who also celebrated her 13th birthday today, 1/4/37

Who's going to pitch? Washington, D.C., April 21. Like old line fans that they are, the nation's no.1 baseball fans look over the program first thing upon taking their seats. Senators Charles L. McNary of Oregon, and Carter Glass of Virginia, look over the line-up with Vice President John Garner before the beginning of today's game between the Washington Senators and the New York Yankees

Senate Majority Leader and men who helped elect him. Washington, D.C., Dec. 31. Senator Alben Barkley, new Majority Leader of the Senate, snapped with Carter Glass and Key Pittman. It was Pittman who nominated him and after Pat Harrison had declined to be considered, the caucus members unanimously made Barkley their leader for the 76th Congress, 12/31/38

Cox, Roosevelt, Carter Glass, & [...] at White House, 7/18/20

Cox, Roosevelt, & Carter Glass at White House, 7/18/20

Cox, Roosevelt, & Carter Glass, at White House, 7/18/20

The ball goes out and the game is on. Washington, D.C., April 21. Baseball really isn't ushered in until the ceremony of throwing out the ball is accomplished. Vice President John Garner did the honors today in the absence of President Roosevelt. Left to right. Senators Pat Harrison, Robert Lafollette Jr., Charles L. McNary, Carter Glass, the Vice President, Bucky Harris who manages the Washington Senators, Postmaster General James A. Farley, N.Y. Yankees' Manager Joe McCarthy. Senator Allen J. Ellender is standing behind the Vice President

Carter Glass & McAdoo, 11/7/23

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>

Changes in the banking and currency system of the United States ... Report, together with views of the minority and minority views. <To accompany H.R. 7837.>