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Sen. Duncan Fletcher, D. of Fla., at press conference. 1/22/35

THREE PROMINENT WOMEN: FROM THE LEFT, MRS. MARY HARRIMAN RUMSEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSUMERS ADVISORY BOARD OF THE N.R.A; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND REP. ISABELLA GREENWAY OF ARIZONA. THIS PICTURE WAS MADE IN THE WHITE HOUSE ON ONE OF THE MANY AFTERNOONS THE THREE MEET THERE. WHEN MRS. ROOSEVELT HAS A PRESS CONFERENCE IT IS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE THESE THREE TOGETHER

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Reception for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

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

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

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

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Reception for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at press conference. 11735

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

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

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

Fighting back. President William Green of the A.F. of L., holds a press conference at which he strikes back at John L. Lewis, head of United Mine Workers, who resigned as vice president of the A.F. of L.. It is believed that Lewis may try to gain Green's throne. 11/25/35

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Reception for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Reception for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Sen. Carter Glass at press conference

Sen. Duncan Fletcher, D. of Fla., at press conference. 12235

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. 12335

Photograph of Reception for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

Photograph of Press Conference for Publication of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, 1933-1937

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

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

Fighting back. President William Green of the A.F. of L., holds a press conference at which he strikes back at John L. Lewis, head of United Mine Workers, who resigned as vice president of the A.F. of L.. It is believed that Lewis may try to gain Green's throne. 112535

Sec. Henry Morgenthau at press conference. 11735

John L. Lewis at press conference

John L. Lewis at press conference

SRO sign out on Lewis' press conference. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO plays to packed house every time he holds a press conference these days. The standing room only sign was hung yesterday when the labor leader called the newsmen together and told them of the conference of the Executive Coucil to be held in Washington next Tuesday, 3/6/1937

Majority Leader at the press conference. Washington, D.C. Jan. 2. Senator Joe Robinson of Arkansas who is the majority leader of the Senate telling the reporters that Congress is going to regulate wages and hours even if necessary to pass a Constitutional amendment. Is this the rebirth of the N.R.A.?

SRO sign out on Lewis' press conference. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO plays to packed house every time he holds a press conference these days. The standing room only sign was hung yesterday when the labor leader called the newsmen together and told them of the conference of the Executive Coucil to be held in Washington next Tuesday, 361937

Labor Secretary. Washington, D.C., April 21. Secretary of Labor Francis Perkins was in fine fettle today at her press conference following the meeting of the labor and industrial leaders, 4211937

Labor Secretary. Washington, D.C., April 21. Secretary of Labor Francis Perkins was in fine fettle today at her press conference following the meeting of the labor and industrial leaders, 4/21/1937

Labor chieftain. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO, snapped at his press conference in Washington yesterday, 3/6/1937

[...] Pres. Roosevelt's press conference

Labor chieftain. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO, snapped at his press conference in Washington yesterday, 3/6/1937

Labor chieftain. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO, snapped at his press conference in Washington yesterday, 361937

Labor Secretary. Washington D.C. A new informal snapshot of Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, made at her last press conference

[Pres. Roosevelt's press conference]

Labor chieftain. Washington D.C., March 6. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers and organizer of the CIO, snapped at his press conference in Washington yesterday, 361937

Ickes press conference

Little business man what now? Washington, D.C., March 4. President Roosevelt's recent Little Business Men's Conference will come in for a bit of good-natured jibing at the Women's National Press Club Annual Dinner and Stunt Party at the Willard Hotel, Saturday, March 5. The ladies of the Administration, headed by Mrs. Roosevelt, will be honored guests at the party. Mrs. Fletcher Howarth will impersonate Secretary Roper and the Little Business Men in the skit "nice work if you can get it" to be staged at the affair, 3/4/38 Note: this photograph is for release to morning papers of Sunday, March 6, 1938

Sigh of relief. Washington, D.C., Dec. 21. "Glad that's over!" Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Rober seemed to sigh today following his last press conference. He will leave the cabinet on December 23, 122138

Commerce Secretary holds last press conference. Washington, D.C., Dec. 21. A full house of reporters greeted Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper today at his last press conference preparatory to leaving the cabinet post on December 23, 122138

New Senator meets old timer. Washington, D.C., Dec. 28. Senator Clyde M. Reed, Republican elect from Kansas, after a press conference and session with photographers, found time to have some words with ex-Senator Smith W. Brookhart, Republican from Iowa who served from 1923-33, 122838

McNutt faces cameramen and reporters at press conference. Washington, D.C., July 6. Paul McNutt, Governor General of the Philippines and announced candidate for the democratic presidential nomination in 1940 in the event President Roosevelt does not run, faces a battery of cameramen and a corps of newsmen at a press conference shortly after his arrival in the Capital today

Undersecy. of State Sumner Welles holds press conference

White House Secret Service Chief gets 'mugged' by F.B.I. Washington, D.C., March 21. Following President Roosevelt's suggestion at a recent press conference, White House employees from the President down were photographed and fingerprinted today by experts of the Department of Justice. Here we see Col. Edward Starling, Chief of the White House Secret Service Detail, getting 'mugged' by Charles A. Marx of the Secret Service. The prints and photographs are to be put on file in the Bureau of Identification, Dept. of Justice. 3-21-39

New assistant to Hopkins. Washington, D.C., April 13. Edward J. Noble, recently named Assistant to Secretary of Commerce Hopkins, was in rare humor as he held his first press conference today. 4-13-39

Increased business volume key to recovery. Hopkins new Executive Assistant. Washington, D.C., April 13. In his first Press Conference today, Edward J. Noble, newly appointed Assistant to Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, told newsmen that he thought the key to recovery was to increase business volume. He said that if volume could be increased to a sufficiently high level, tax rates could be lowered without disturbing the government's revenue. 4-13-39

President Roosevelt's sees doom of trailer families in this country. Washington, D.C., March 29. Scenes like this at the Washington trailer camp, within a stone's throw of the Washington Monument, will soon be a thing of the past, was the belief President Roosevelt expressed to reporters at his press conference yesterday. He said sooner or later the government is going to demand and require that everybody in the bounds of the United States have a home address somewhere - and that there be an end of the trailer type of families, gypsies, hoboes and migratory drifters who flock by the thousands to such sunny climes as Florida and California without the slightest idea as how they are going to live when they arrive. 3-29-39

Governor General of Philippines. Washington, D.C., July 6. This new informal picture of Paul McNutt, Governor General of the Philippines, ... made at a press conference shortly after his arrival in the Capital today

White House personnel fingerprinted following suggestion of the President. Washington, D.C., March 21. Recently the President suggested at his press conference that everyone in the White House, including himself, be fingerprinted and today the fingerprinting was started. Left to right: Isaac Avery, of the Carpenter shop, Mollie D. Somerville, or Mrs. Roosevelt's Stenographic staff, Finger printer E.A. Schurman, Secret Service Agent, E.L. Lewis of the Carpenter shop, Muriel Lund, Clerk, Sgt. Ole Jacobson, Acting Captain Herbert L. Marcy - the latter two of the White House Police Force - and Wilson Searles, Usher. 3-21-39

Crown Prince Frederik at press conference. Washington, D.C., May 6. Almost immediately upon their arrival to Washington this afternoon, Crown Prince Frederik and Princess from Denmark had a short press conference. The Princess did not come down from her room, but later joined the Prince in the journey to Mount Vernon and the Lincoln Memorial

Phones boss. Washington, D.C., March 20. Kurt G. Sell, Washington Correspondent for the German News Bulletin, phones in his story of Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles' press conference today. A highlight of the conference was the announcement that American Minister Wilbur Carr had been instructed to close the U.S. Legation in Prague and turn over the properties and records to the American Consul General, 3-20-39

Undersecy. of State Sumner Welles holds press conference

Murphy holds press conference after nomination for Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Attorney General Frank Murphy was in a jovial mood today as he met reporters at a press conference following his nomination as a member of the United States Supreme Court

Finnish minister. Washington, D.C., March 14. Finnish Minister Hjalmar J. Procope told reporters today at his press conference that the loss of 15,000 to 20,000 Finns in the struggle with Russia was not in vain because Finland, by fighting for its life, has earned a greater moral right to live, 3-14-40

Finnish minister. Washington, D.C., March 14. Finnish Minister Hjalmar J. Procope told reporters today at his press conference that the loss of 15,000 to 20,000 Finns in the struggle with Russia was not in vain because Finland, by fighting for its life, has earned a greater moral right to live, 3-14-40

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Henry A. Wallace, Chairman, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Vice-President of the United States, and Donald M. Nelson, Executive Director, Supply Priorities and Allocations Board and Director of the Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM). Photograph taken at a joint press conference held directly after the first meeting of the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board on September 2, 1941

Press conference following meeting between Lord Beaverbrook, British Minister of Supply and representatives of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on August 19, 1941 at Washington, D.C. This conference dealt with the question of military and civilian supplies to further the war against Germany

Press conference following meeting between Lord Beaverbrook, British Minister of Supply and representatives of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on August 19, 1941 at Washington, D.C. This conference dealt with the question of military and civilian supplies to further the war against Germany

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Washington, D.C. Mr. Vinde, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

Washington, D.C. Mr. Hedman, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Horne, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Paul V. McNutt, issuing his statement at April 20, 1942 press conference, upon his appointment as chairman of the War Manpower Commission

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Washington, D.C. Mr. Este, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

Washington, D.C. Mr. Vinde, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Washington, D.C. Mr. Nasstrom, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Hedman, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Paul V. McNutt, issuing his statement at April 20, 1942 press conference, upon his appointment as chairman of the War Manpower Commission

Washington, D.C. Mr. Hedman, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Este (left), a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, attending Secretary Hull's press conference

Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of War Production Board (WPB) and Oliver Littleton, British Minister of Supply, at press conference, June 3, 1942

Washington, D.C. Mr. Horne, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

Washington, D.C. Messrs. Nasstrom, Hedman, Horne and Este, Swedish journalists on tour in the United States, attending Secretary Hull's press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Nasstrom, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Este, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department after President Roosevelt's press conference

Paul V. McNutt, issuing his statement at April 20, 1942 press conference, upon his appointment as chairman of the War Manpower Commission

Washington, D.C. Mr. Nasstrom, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of War Production Board (WPB) and Oliver Littleton, British Minister of Supply, at press conference, June 3, 1942

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Press conference with General Chu Shih-Ming. On the fifth anniversary of the Chinese-Japanese War, Major General Chu Shih-Ming, Military Attache of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., held a press conference. He emphasized the Chinese commandos' contribution in the war, discussed the international situation

Washington, D.C. Mr. Horne, a Swedish journalist, with Mike McDermott of the U.S. State Department, after President Roosevelt's press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Vinde, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference

Washington, D.C. Mr. Nasstrom, a Swedish journalist on tour in the United States, meeting Secretary Hull after a press conference