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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

Morgenthau ("aus einem alten Liederbuche"), Windischgraz, 19 June 1877

Morgenthau ("aus einem alten Liederbuche"), Windischgraz, 19 June 1877

Henry Morgenthau, lawyer

Henry Morgenthau, lawyer

H. Morgenthau, Athens -- refugee orphans

H. Morgenthau, Athens -- refugee orphans

H. Morgenthau and J.B. Payne

H. Morgenthau and J.B. Payne

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

MORGENTHAU, HENRY. HONORABLE

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

MORGENTHAU, HENRY

MORGENTHAU, HENRY

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Absolute Sale of Hnry Morgenthau's Dyckman Properties formerly owned by Central Realty Bond & Trust Co.

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

[Henry Morgenthau, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Henry Morgenthau, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Henry Morgenthau, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right, holding telephone receiver]

[Henry Morgenthau, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right, holding telephone receiver]

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau Jr.

H. Morgenthau Jr.

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

V. McCormick, H. Morgenthau

V. McCormick, H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

H. Morgenthau

Lt. Com. Enochs, C.H. Dodge, H. Morgenthau & wife

Lt. Com. Enochs, C.H. Dodge, H. Morgenthau & wife

H. Morgenthau, A.I. Elkus & wife, Kath., Ethel & J.H. Elkus

H. Morgenthau, A.I. Elkus & wife, Kath., Ethel & J.H. Elkus

[Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, née Elinor Fatman, half-length portrait, facing front, in bridal gown, holding large bouquet]

[Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, née Elinor Fatman, half-length portrait, facing front, in bridal gown, holding large bouquet]

Elkus and Morgenthau

Elkus and Morgenthau

[Henry Morgenthau, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

[Henry Morgenthau, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau

Henry Morgenthau, Bainbridge Colby, Frank Lyon Polk

Henry Morgenthau, Bainbridge Colby, Frank Lyon Polk

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Portrait of Alma Morgenthau]

[Portrait of Alma Morgenthau]

[Josephine Roche and Henry Morgenthau]

[Josephine Roche and Henry Morgenthau]

[Josephine Roche and Henry Morgenthau]

[Josephine Roche and  Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau and Harry Hopkins?]

[Henry Morgenthau and Harry Hopkins?]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from right. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from right. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

Morganthau leaves White House Conference. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., leaves the White House following the legislative conference called by President Roosevelt Monday. 1/21/35

Morganthau leaves White House Conference. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., leaves the White House following the legislative conference called by President Roosevelt Monday. 1/21/35

[Right to left: Cordell Hull, Henry Morgenthau, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

[Right to left: Cordell Hull, Henry Morgenthau, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

Time to cut debt, claims Morgenthau. Henry Morgenthau (Sec. of Trans.) appearing as first witness Monday before House Ways & Means Committee session [...] President Roosevelt's request for "tax the rich" revenue. Morgenthau claimed it was time to raise cash to "meet expenses" and to "make substantial reductions in the public debt." The money raised should be used for this purpose, he said, and not for "new government expenditures," 7/8/35

Time to cut debt, claims Morgenthau. Henry Morgenthau (Sec. of Trans.) appearing as first witness Monday before House Ways & Means Committee session [...] President Roosevelt's request for "tax the rich" revenue. Morgenthau claimed it was time to raise cash to "meet expenses" and to "make substantial reductions in the public debt." The money raised should be used for this purpose, he said, and not for "new government expenditures," 7/8/35

HENRY MORGENTHAU, MRS. F. ROOSEVELT, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

HENRY MORGENTHAU, MRS. F. ROOSEVELT, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at press conference. 1/17/35

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at press conference. 1/17/35

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left[

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left[

[Group, L to R: Henry Morgenthau, Joseph Kennedy, Harry Hopkins, Harold Ickes. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Group, L to R: Henry Morgenthau, Joseph Kennedy, Harry Hopkins, Harold Ickes. White House, Washington, D.C.]

Big talk on little houses. These high officials of the New Deal's housing family photographed as they concluded a conference with President Roosevelt. From the left: Stewart McDonald, head of the [FHA?]; Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Morris L. Coske, head of Rural Electrification, and Peter Grimm, housing expert working in the Treasury Department. Grimm and his associates from New York are concluding a report on housing conditions east of the Mississippi which is expected to show only from 2 to 4 percent vacancies. His report to the President is expected to have a bearing on the future policy of both Federal Housing, Works Progress Administration, the Rural Electrification program and Rural Resettlement, 10/29/35

Big talk on little houses. These high officials of the New Deal's housing family photographed as they concluded a conference with President Roosevelt. From the left: Stewart McDonald, head of the [FHA?]; Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Morris L. Coske, head of Rural Electrification, and Peter Grimm, housing expert working in the Treasury Department. Grimm and his associates from New York are concluding a report on housing conditions east of the Mississippi which is expected to show only from 2 to 4 percent vacancies. His report to the President is expected to have a bearing on the future policy of both Federal Housing, Works Progress Administration, the Rural Electrification program and Rural Resettlement, 10/29/35

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

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

On refunding liberty bonds. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., left, meets with members of the House Ways and Means Committee to discuss legislation concerning the refunding of the Second Liberty loans. From the left: Sec. Morgenthau; Rep. Fred M. [Vigson?], D. of Ky.; Robert L. Doughton, Chairman of the committee, and Rep. Wesley E. Disney, D. of Okla. 1/22/35

On refunding liberty bonds. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., left, meets with members of the House Ways and Means Committee to discuss legislation concerning the refunding of the Second Liberty loans. From the left: Sec. Morgenthau; Rep. Fred M. [Vigson?], D. of Ky.; Robert L. Doughton, Chairman of the committee, and Rep. Wesley E. Disney, D. of Okla. 1/22/35

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

LOOKS LIKE A DEAL. PMG JAMES FARLEY, RIGHT, SEEMS PLEASED WITH THE PROSPECT OF MAKING HIS FIRST SALE OF 'BABY BONDS.' PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, CENTER, FINALLY BOUGHT HALF A DOZEN, ONE FOR EACH OF HIS FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY DREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., WHOSE DEPARTMENT SELLS THE BONDS THROUGH POSTOFFICES, WATCHES PROCEEDINGS

LOOKS LIKE A DEAL. PMG JAMES FARLEY, RIGHT, SEEMS PLEASED WITH THE PROSPECT OF MAKING HIS FIRST SALE OF 'BABY BONDS.' PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, CENTER, FINALLY BOUGHT HALF A DOZEN, ONE FOR EACH OF HIS FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY DREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., WHOSE DEPARTMENT SELLS THE BONDS THROUGH POSTOFFICES, WATCHES PROCEEDINGS

LOOKS LIKE A DEAL. PMG JAMES FARLEY, RIGHT, SEEMS PLEASED WITH THE PROSPECT OF MAKING HIS FIRST SALE OF 'BABY BONDS.' PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, CENTER, FINALLY BOUGHT HALF A DOZEN, ONE FOR EACH OF HIS FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., WHOSE DEPARTMENT SELLS THE BONDS THROUGH POST OFFICES, WATCHES PROCEEDINGS

LOOKS LIKE A DEAL. PMG JAMES FARLEY, RIGHT, SEEMS PLEASED WITH THE PROSPECT OF MAKING HIS FIRST SALE OF 'BABY BONDS.' PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, CENTER, FINALLY BOUGHT HALF A DOZEN, ONE FOR EACH OF HIS FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE FOR HIMSELF. SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., WHOSE DEPARTMENT SELLS THE BONDS THROUGH POST OFFICES, WATCHES PROCEEDINGS

[Henry Morgenthau driving automobile]

[Henry Morgenthau driving automobile]

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at congressional hearing. 1/21/35

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at congressional hearing. 1/21/35

Firm financeer. Sec. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., photographed at a press conference where he answered questions concerning the pending financing. Among other things, the administration says that the carrying-charge on the bonded debt of the United States has been reduced materially under the leadership of Sec. Morgenthau in the Treasury. 12/3/35

Firm financeer. Sec. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., photographed at a press conference where he answered questions concerning the pending financing. Among other things, the administration says that the carrying-charge on the bonded debt of the United States has been reduced materially under the leadership of Sec. Morgenthau in the Treasury. 12/3/35

Treasury press conference. This photograph, the first of its kind, shows Secretary Henry Morgenthau meeting the press. The correspondents, all members of Treasury Correspondents Ass'n., maintain a close contact with the head of the Treasury department. 1/17/35

Treasury press conference. This photograph, the first of its kind, shows Secretary Henry Morgenthau meeting the press. The correspondents, all members of Treasury Correspondents Ass'n., maintain a close contact with the head of the Treasury department. 1/17/35

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Pat Harrison, 2nd from left; Robert M. La Follette, Jr., 2nd from right, Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Pat Harrison, 2nd from left; Robert M. La Follette, Jr., 2nd from right, Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Henry Morgenthau, center]

[Henry Morgenthau, center]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau, left]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left]

[Henry Morgenthau, 2nd from left]

[Group: Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Group: Henry Morgenthau, right]

[Group at White House; Henry Morgenthau? center]

[Group at White House; Henry Morgenthau? center]

[Henry Morgenthau]

[Henry Morgenthau]

Franklin on new penny, Lincoln on new nickel? Washington D.C., Jan. 22. Henry Smythe, Jr., of New York City, has written a letter to Secretary of Treasury Morgenthau urging that the head of Benjamin Franklin in 1938 adorn the one cent piece and Abraham LIncoln's memory be honored on a new nickle. Smythe is the founder, Nationally, of the celebration of Benjamin Franklin's birthday, which was last Sunday, January 17. his profile surprisingly resembles President Roosevelt's, 1/22/1937

Franklin on new penny, Lincoln on new nickel? Washington D.C., Jan. 22. Henry Smythe, Jr., of New York City, has written a letter to Secretary of Treasury Morgenthau urging that the head of Benjamin Franklin in 1938 adorn the one cent piece and Abraham LIncoln's memory be honored on a new nickle. Smythe is the founder, Nationally, of the celebration of Benjamin Franklin's birthday, which was last Sunday, January 17. his profile surprisingly resembles President Roosevelt's, 1/22/1937

Revenue agents meet with Treasury officials. Washington, D.C., May 12. Internal Revenue agents from 37 key cities in the United States and Alaska began a four-day conference today with treasury officials to devise means of expediting and improving field audits of income tax returns. Secretary Morgenthau told the conferees that they had a big responsibility in connection with federal financing and budget balancing. It was their job, he said, to see that the government got its revenue. In the photograph, left to right: (seated ) Guy T. Helvering, U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Roswell Magill, Undersecretary of Treasury; Charles T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Milton C. Carter, Assistant to the Commissioner. Back row, left to right: W.A. Holt, Oklahoma City; W.L. McBride, Chicago; George E. Neal, Detroit; R.T. Miles, Buffalo; D.W. Reynolds, Milwaukee; John R. Kirk, Cleveland, 5/12/1937

Revenue agents meet with Treasury officials. Washington, D.C., May 12. Internal Revenue agents from 37 key cities in the United States and Alaska began a four-day conference today with treasury officials to devise means of expediting and improving field audits of income tax returns. Secretary Morgenthau told the conferees that they had a big responsibility in connection with federal financing and budget balancing. It was their job, he said, to see that the government got its revenue. In the photograph, left to right: (seated ) Guy T. Helvering, U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Roswell Magill, Undersecretary of Treasury; Charles T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Milton C. Carter, Assistant to the Commissioner. Back row, left to right: W.A. Holt, Oklahoma City; W.L. McBride, Chicago; George E. Neal, Detroit; R.T. Miles, Buffalo; D.W. Reynolds, Milwaukee; John R. Kirk, Cleveland, 5/12/1937

Sec. of Treasury Henry Morgenthau

Sec. of Treasury Henry Morgenthau

Mrs. Morgenthau Jr. White House Guest

Mrs. Morgenthau Jr. White House Guest

Sec. Henry Morgenthau, Treas.; Sec. Henry Wallace, Agri.; Mrs. Henry Wallace

Sec. Henry Morgenthau, Treas.; Sec. Henry Wallace, Agri.; Mrs. Henry Wallace

[Henry Morgenthau? White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Henry Morgenthau? White House, Washington, D.C.]

K.P. Chem. Left Chinese Financier with Sec. of Treasury Henry Morgenthau

K.P. Chem. Left Chinese Financier with Sec. of Treasury Henry Morgenthau

Aid to refugees mapped at White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. Henry Morgenthau, left; and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, shown leaving the White House after conferring with President Roosevelt on plans to assist political refugees from Germany and Austria to find new homes, 4/13/38

Aid to refugees mapped at White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. Henry Morgenthau, left; and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, shown leaving the White House after conferring with President Roosevelt on plans to assist political refugees from Germany and Austria to find new homes, 4/13/38

Aid to refugees planned at White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. Experts on the refugee problem shown leaving the White House today after conferring with President Roosevelt, the group met with the President to go over preliminaries to an international conference to help political refugees form Germany and Austria, left to right; Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain, New York, Asst. Sec. of State Messersmith, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Henry Morgenthau, Rev. Samuel Cavert, New York, Rev. Michael J. Ready, Sec. of Labor Frances Perkins, and Lewis Kenedy, New York, 4/13/38

Aid to refugees planned at White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. Experts on the refugee problem shown leaving the White House today after conferring with President Roosevelt, the group met with the President to go over preliminaries to an international conference to help political refugees form Germany and Austria, left to right; Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain, New York, Asst. Sec. of State Messersmith, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Henry Morgenthau, Rev. Samuel Cavert, New York, Rev. Michael J. Ready, Sec. of Labor Frances Perkins, and Lewis Kenedy, New York, 4/13/38

John W. Hanes presents Morgenthau cup, winner of Treasury rifle match

John W. Hanes presents Morgenthau cup, winner of Treasury rifle match

Senate committee quizzes members on government cooperation given French mission. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau and Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring were today questioned by the Senate Military Affairs Committee concerning the aid they gave a French Mission buying late model American-made fighting planes. Following the hearing Chairman Sheppard announced a transcript of the testimony, excluding what was considered military secrets, would be made public shortly. In the picture, left to right: Secretary Morgenthau, Chairman Andrew J. May of the House Military Affairs Committee; John W. Hanes, Undersecretary of the Treasury; Secretary Woodring; and Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson, 2-16-39

Senate committee quizzes members on government cooperation given French mission. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau and Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring were today questioned by the Senate Military Affairs Committee concerning the aid they gave a French Mission buying late model American-made fighting planes. Following the hearing Chairman Sheppard announced a transcript of the testimony, excluding what was considered military secrets, would be made public shortly. In the picture, left to right: Secretary Morgenthau, Chairman Andrew J. May of the House Military Affairs Committee; John W. Hanes, Undersecretary of the Treasury; Secretary Woodring; and Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson, 2-16-39

[Group: Henry Morgenthau, standing]

[Group: Henry Morgenthau, standing]

Monetary adviser to Brazilian Foreign Minister. Washington, D.C., Feb. 13. Marcos De Souza, prominent in Brazilian banking circles, accompanied Brazilian Foreign Minister Oswaldo Aranha to this country for a series of conferences with Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau and other high government officials, 2-13- 39

Monetary adviser to Brazilian Foreign Minister. Washington, D.C., Feb. 13. Marcos De Souza, prominent in Brazilian banking circles, accompanied Brazilian Foreign Minister Oswaldo Aranha to this country for a series of conferences with Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau and other high government officials, 2-13- 39

Senate Committee questions Morgenthau and Woodring. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau and Secretary of War Harry Woodring appeared before the Senate Military Affairs Committee in a secret session today to discuss the presence of a French Air Ministry Representative aboard a plane that recently crashed on the Pacific Coast. In the photograph, left to right, seated: Senator Robert R. Reynolds, Secretary Morgenthau, Senator Morris Sheppard, Chairman, and Senator M.M. Logan. Standing, left to right: Senator Chandler Gurney, Senator Rufus C. Holman, Senator Champ Clark, U.S. Chief of Staff Malin Craig, Secretary of War Woodring, Senator Gerald P. Nye, and Senator Sheridan Downey, 01-27-39

Senate Committee questions Morgenthau and Woodring. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau and Secretary of War Harry Woodring appeared before the Senate Military Affairs Committee in a secret session today to discuss the presence of a French Air Ministry Representative aboard a plane that recently crashed on the Pacific Coast. In the photograph, left to right, seated: Senator Robert R. Reynolds, Secretary Morgenthau, Senator Morris Sheppard, Chairman, and Senator M.M. Logan. Standing, left to right: Senator Chandler Gurney, Senator Rufus C. Holman, Senator Champ Clark, U.S. Chief of Staff Malin Craig, Secretary of War Woodring, Senator Gerald P. Nye, and Senator Sheridan Downey, 01-27-39

Left, Mrs. Henry Morgenthau; and right, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Office of Civilian Defense

Left, Mrs. Henry Morgenthau; and right, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Office of Civilian Defense

Washington, D.C. Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury, chatting with Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff at a garden party at the New Zealand Legation

Washington, D.C. Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury, chatting with Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff at a garden party at the New Zealand Legation

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