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The Triumph of Caesar: The Senators

Pompey meets a group of senators and receives the Gabinian law that gives him the command of the army against the pirates

George Washington, President of the United States. John Adams, Vice-President of the United States. [Roll of Congress, the addresses of seven senators being added in MS. by Elias Boudinot.]

Albany. 19th February, 1789. Gentlemen. One of the most important elections is soon to take place, that can possibly engage the attention of a free people---it is for a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, a continental representative, state senators

Thomas Jefferson to South Carolina Senators, January 2, 1792

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, February 12 1805. Resolved, that our Senators in the Congress of the United States be instructed, and our representatives requested, to take all legal and necessary steps, to use their utmost exertions,

State of New Hampshire. To the selectmen of the town of Greeting. You are hereby required, in the name of the State of New-Hampshire, to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the said town of qualified to vote in the choice of Senators

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Senators and Representatives, December 10, 1807

State of New Hampshire. To the selectmen of the town of Greeting. You are hereby required, in the name of the state of New Hampshire, to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the said town of qualified to vote in the choice of Senators

Thomas Jefferson to Georgia Senators and Representatives, February 3, 1809

State of Tennessee, In General assembly, October 17th, 1813. Resolved by the General Assembly of the state of Tennessee, that our Senators in Congress be instructed, and our representatives requested to use their best endeavors to prevail upon C

To the Senators and Representatives of the United States of America. Legislators! It is much easier to prevent an injury than to correct it! The eyes of the world are upon you. Every word that escapes you has in it the seeds of life or death ...

Whig dinner to the Senators of Massachusetts. An adjourned meeting of the subscribers to the Whig Dinner, was held at the Mansion House, on Monday evening last ... Salem, July 23, 1834.

1839. Democratic republican and farmers' prox. For Governor, Nathaniel Bullock, of Bristol. For Lieut. Governor Benjamin B. Thruston of Hopkinton. For Senators [10 names] Dexter Randall. Secretary. Albert C. Greene, Attorney-general. John Sterne

For governor, Thomas F. Carpenter, of Providence. For Lieut. Governor Nathaniel Bullock, of Bristol. For Senators. [ten names] ... 1840.

A map of the state of New York : exhibiting the situation and boundaries of the several towns, wards, and counties and specifying in each town, ward, and county, the whole population thereof, and in the several counties, the population upon which the apportionment of senators and members of assembly is based, with tables of apportionment

S.0 No. 34. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act to prescribe the manner of appointing Senators of the United States, on the part of this State. [1846?].

List of Senators of the General Assembly, of the State of Tennessee, convened at Nashville on the furst Monday in October, 1849 - whose election extends for two years from the second day of August, 1849. Prepared by Ramond B. Sloan, for the memb

The Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson to the Virginia Senators. Binghamton, Jan. 4th, 1861.

An address to His Excellency, the president, the Honorable Secretary of the treasury, and the Honorable Senators and Congressmen of the United States .... [Signed] Vox Populo, New York, February 17, 1863.

Abraham Lincoln to Frederick Steele, Wednesday, June 29, 1864 (Arkansas Senators and Representatives)

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Key to Powell & Co's. photographs of Abraham Lincoln, Hannibal Hamlin and the Senators and Representatives who voted "aye" on the resolution ... to amend the constitution of the United States so as to prohibit slavery Passed in Senate, April 8, 1864. Passed in House of Representatives, Jan. 31, 1865.

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

The state of New-Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives, in General Court convened, That our Senators in Congress be instructed ... to urge as a wise and j

Shaking hands across the bloody chasm - The Greeley party on the record - official statement of the two democratic senators and six democratic members of the house. [n. p. 1867?].

The Refectory of the Senate, Washington, D.C. - Senators and their friends at luncheon

U.S. Senators, 43rd Congress / Redington & Shaffer, landscape photographers, P.O. Box 258, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Senators, 43d Congress / Redington & Shaffer, Landscape Photographers, P.O. Box 258, Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. - Incidents of Life at the National Capitol during a session of Congress: 1. Writing cards for country visitors; 2. Refreshment room for senators; 3. A family lunch at the Capitol; 4. Female lobbyists; 5. Stock speculations in the telegraph station in the corridors of the house

Garfield's bond of friendship for the unfriendly senators / SC.

[Letter from J. A. Cooper, President Colorado cattle growers' association Denver, Colo. Dec. 23, 1886 to the senators and representatives in congress assembled.]

Female lobbyists at Washington, D.C. - a scene in the Marble Room of the Capitol - Senators in the toils [4 women lobbying 2 men]

The only thing that would scare our thick-skinned senators / C.J. Taylor.

"What a fuss they made about us!" / Dalrymple.

Presidents of Political Equality Clubs in Third Class Cities to New York Senators

President Roosevelt's inauguration, March 4, 1905 The President's address to the Senators.

NO CAPTION

[Senators Albert J. Beveridge and Albert Jarvis Hopkins in the back seat of a chauffeured automobile, with State, War and Navy building in background]

Legislative Committee of New York State Woman Suffrage Association to State Senators

DINNER TO GOVERNOR CHARLES EVANS HUGHES ANDREPUBLICAN SENATORS [held by] THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB?);)

DINNER TO GOVERNOR CHARLES EVANS HUGHES ANDREPUBLICAN SENATORS [held by] THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB?);)

DINNER TO GOVERNOR CHARLES EVANS HUGHES ANDREPUBLICAN SENATORS [held by] THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB?);)

DINNER TO GOVERNOR CHARLES EVANS HUGHES ANDREPUBLICAN SENATORS [held by] THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB?);)

"O Save Us, Senators, From Ourselves!"

[Senate Sergeant at Arms Charles Higgins turns forward the Ohio Clock for the first Daylight Saving Time, while Senators William Calder (NY), William Saulsbury, Jr. (DE), and Joseph T. Robinson (AR) look on, 1918. U.S. Capitol building, Washington, D.C.]

Senators Penrose and Oliver

Israel April, 314 I St., S.W., Washington, D.C. "I serves the President". 9 yr. old newsboy with no badge selling near Willard Hotel, Sunday P.M.,4/14/12. Been selling for several years. I found him selling after midnight April 17th and 18th. Quite a pugnacious little chap. He and his brother are said to have a large clientele among ambassadors and senators. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

Israel April, 314 I St., S.W., Washington, D.C. "I serves the President". 9 yr. old news boy with no badge selling near Willard Hotel, Sunday P.M., 4/14/12. Been selling for several years. I found him selling after midnight April 17th and 18th. Quite a pugnacious little chap. He and his brother are said to have a large clientele among ambassadors and senators. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. SENATORS HITCHCOCK OF NEBRASKA, O'GORMAN OF NEW YORK, AND JAMES OFKENTUCKY

Senators Kenyon, Works, and Cummings [i.e., Cummins]

SENATE, COMMITTEES. EDUCATION AND LABOR SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE CONDITIONS IN THE PAINT CREEK DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA. SOMETIMES CALLED 'STRIKE INV. COM.' SENATORS MARTINE OF NEW JERSEY; SHIELDS OF TENNESSEE; SWANSON OF VIRGINIA; BORAH OF IDAHO; KENYON OF IOWA

SENATE, COMMITTEES. RULES [i.e., Judiciary]. SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE MAINTENANCE OF A LOBBY TO INFLUENCE LEGISLATION. S.R. 92. SENATORS WALSH OF MONTANA; REED OF MISSOURI; OVERMAN OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAIRMAN; NELSON OF MINNESOTA; CUMMINS OF IOWA

Interior scene, Novelli [Julius Caesar] in center in black coat surrounded by four senators ...

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Senators Geo. E. Chamberlain, Chas. S. Thomas of Colo., Jas. H. Brady of Idaho

MONORAIL SUBWAY, CAPITOL TO SENATE. THE CAR. SENATORS SWANSON AND TOWNSEND AS PASSENGERS

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

DRAFT PARADE. SENATORS: CHAMBERLAIN; J.H. BANKHEAD; KNUTE NELSON; HARDWICK; WARREN; LODGE; (HIDDEN BY FLAG); SAULSBURY; UNIDENTIFIED

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Personal Appeal - Nations lawmakers subscribing to the Red Cross roll call on the steps of the Capitol. Inline, left to right; Senators, Curtis of Kansas, Frelinghuysen of New Jersey, Lillingham of Vermont, New of Indiana, Phelan of California, Gronna of North Dakota Gerry of Rhode Island, and Kendrick of Wyoming, all of whom subscribed to the Red Cross membership

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Wives of Washington Officials engage in Red Cross Work. Photo shows Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, wife of the Vice President (standing), and Senators' wives engaged in Red Cross work in Wash., D.C., 1917

DRAFT PARADE. SENATORS SAULSBURY; WARREN; LODGE

Miss Mildred Glines, chairman Rhode Island, NWP [National Woman's Party]. Through Miss Glines['s] efforts the Rhode Island Legislature has just passed a resolution calling upon Senators to work and vote for amendment.

Miss Sallie W. Hovey, Chairman, New Hampshire National Woman's Party. Just returned from Washington where she has been lobbying recalcitrant Senators form the New England States.

ARMY, U.S. GROUP OF SOLDIERS ON STEPS OF SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WITH SENATORS McNARY, WARREN, CHAMBERLAIN, ?, AND MckELLAR. A SOLDIER IN FRONT OF SENATORS

SENATE OFFICE BUILDING. GROUP OF SOLDIERS ON STEPS WITH SENATORS McNARY; WARREN; CHAMBERLAIN; UNIDENTIFIED; McKELLAR

SENATE OFFICE BUILDING. GROUP OF SOLDIERS ON STEPS WITH SENATORS McNARY; WARREN; CHAMBERLAIN; UNIDENTIFIED; McKELLAR

SENATE OFFICE BUILDING. GROUP OF SOLDIERS ON STEPS WITH SENATORS McNARY; WARREN; CHAMBERLAIN; UNIDENTIFIED; McKELLAR

Senators buying liberty bonds

SENATORS. THOSE WHO HAD BEEN GOVERNORS: ARTHUR CAPPER OF KS; HENRY WILDER KEYS OF NH; WALTER EVANS EDGE OF NJ; STANLEY OF KY; WALSH OF MA.

GOVERNORS OF STATES. SENATORS WHO WERE GOVERNORS OF STATES WHEN ELECTED TO THE SENATE: ARTHUR CAPPER OF KS; HENRY WILDER KEYS OF NH; WALTER EVANS EDGE OF NJ; STANLEY OF KY; WALSH OF MA.

[Left to Right: Senators McCumber, Curtis, Calder, Lodge, Harding, Brahdegee, New, Capper, Phipps, Sutherland. Republican Senators leaving Washington immediately after the adjournment of Congress, June 5, 1920 to attend the Rep. Nat. Conv. at Chicago]

Peerless "Babe" hangs up new world's record. "Babe" Ruth is seen making a new record with his third home run in one day in the recent double header between the Yanks and Senators

Congressional Cemetery. Senators in Congressional Cemetery

American delegates leaving D.A.R. Hall, Wash., D.C., during World Disarmament Conference, Sept. 11, 1921 - Senators Underwood and Lodge, Elihu Root, Charles Evans Hughes, and Basil Hughes

Senators Curtis & Lodge

Senators Thos. Sterling & Peter Norbeck, S. DK, [10/7/21]

[Detroit Tigers' Harry Heilmann, in a poorly executed slide, is tagged out by Washington Senators' third baseman Howard Shanks. Senators beat the Tigers 6-2]

Committee on Elections of the Senate engaged in the counting of the Ford-Newberry vote. Tellers in the foreground of the picture are Senators Walter E. Edge of N.J. and Selden P. Spencer of Mo.

Early Victories for the Washington Senators

Pat Crow, ex-bandit and kidnapper is making every effort at Wash. to obtain passage of a bill by which un-reclaimed land would be turned into farms and homeland for ex-soldiers as a part of the Bonus Act. Crow, on extreme rt. with members of Senate Irrigation and Reclamation Comm. before whom he presented his plan. Left to right: Senators Sheppard, Walsh, Jones, of Wash., Shrotridge, McNary, Phipps, Oddie Cameron Kendrick and Godding

The 4 new Senators at the Capitol: left to right: Sen. S.W. Brookhard, B.K. Wheeler, Dr. Henrik Shipstead, and Lynn J. Frrazier

Speaker Gillette, the only member of the House entered in the golf match with newspaper men, made highest score 86. The Senators won every match and also a chicken dinner to be given by the newspapermen. Left to rt: Wm. E. Brigham of Boston Transcript, Speaker Gillette, Sen. Frank B. Kellogg of Minn. and M.B. Judd of NY, Sun. June 27

[Washington Senators' Bucky Harris sliding, as he successfully steals third base in the 7th inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox; third baseman Joe Dugan watches the ball roll toward left field after a wild throw. Senators shut-out Red Sox 10-0]

A group of young members of the National Woman's Party before the Capitol. They are about to invade the offices of the senators and congressmen from their states, to ask them to vote for Equal Rights. In the foreground is Miss Anita Pollitzer, secretary of the National Woman's Party, instructing the committee on the method of approach. Left to right: Blanche Alsop, Virginia; Heath Jones, Delaware; Maud Younger, California, legislative Chairman of the Woman's Party; Mrs. Legare Obear, Georgia; Mrs. Burnita Shelton Matthews, Mississippi; Mrs. Anne Archbold, Maine; Miss Wilma Henderson, Massachusetts; Mrs. Emma Brown, Maryland; Mrs. Rowena Dashwood Graves, Colorado.

Miss Jane Thomas leading in the "Hoosier Schoolmaster" which will have its initial performance at the Willard before the Indiana State Society. With James Watson, rt., and Samuel Ralston, Senators from Indiana

Miss Jane Thomas with Senators Watson and Ralston of Indiana

Yanks & Senators play before Pres. Harding, 4/26/23

Pres. Harding talked over farm legislature with several Senators and other interested in farm bills now before Congress. Left to right: L. Barrett, J.H. Taylor, Editor Farm Mag.; Sen. Robt. M. Standfield of Ore.; Sen Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., and Chas. S. Barrett, Pres, Nat'l Farmers Union [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Miss Jane Thomas, Senators Watson and Ralston of Indiana, the other unknown

Gov. Gifford Pinchot, 4th from left, as he appeared before the Senate Committee on Agric. and Forestry on March 28, to urge passage of a bill introduced by Sen. McNary to provide for the protection of Forest lands, the reforestation of dewooded areas, the extension of Nat'l Forests to provide continuous production of timber. Around the table, left to right: Senators J.B. Kendrick, of Wyo., Jos. E. Randsdell, of La., Wm. L. Day, official stenographer, Gov. Pinchot, Sen. George W. Norris of Neb., Chmn. Chas. L. McNary of Ore. and Arthur Capper of Kansas

Senators Borah, Lodge, and Smoot, who conferred with the President on current legislation today

Baseball season opens at Capitol. Sen. Pat Harrison of Miss. and Sen. Geo. W. Pepper of Pa. officially open baseball season for the Senate Pages by 'choosing sides.' Sen. Samuel M. Ralson of Ind. and Sen. Royal S. Copeland of N.Y. are interested on-lookers. L to r, center of photo: Senators Pepper, Copeland, Ralston, and Harrison

Where our congressmen's chairs are repaired. The cabinetmakers room in the United States Capit[...] the chairs of Senators and Represenatives are repaired [...] other articles are made for use throughout Capitol Hill [...] cabinet makers in the picture are, (left to right) Paul [...] W.L. Walling and Louis A. Nalls

Senators on Capitol steps after meeting in caucus, Friday morning, Nov. 28, when Sen. Curtis was elected leader of the Senate, to succeed the late Sen. Lodge. Left to rt.: Wm. M. Butler, new Sen. from Mass., Sen. James Watson of Ind., Sen Chas. Curtis of Kansas, Sen. J.H. Metcalf from R.I. to succeed the late Sen. Brandage, and Sen. George H. Moses of N.H

Yankees catcher Wally Schang slides safely into 3rd base in second game. Senators 3rd baseman is Ossie Bluege and pitcher backing up play is Firpo Marberry. Senators won 2nd game 7-2 (baseball)