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Merate tower of merate palazzo prinetti, music.

To the Honourable the speakers and members of the Senate and House of Delegates of Virginia, the memorial of the convention assembled at Charlottesville, on the subject of internal improvement, most respectfully represents ... [1828].

Speakers, audience at Old Orchard camp ground.

[Speakers and audience at Old Orchard camp ground.]

[Speakers and audience posing in and around a pavilion "Victory.".]

Speakers' stand, Arlington, Va.

Speakers' stand, Arlington, Va.

Speakers, audience at Old Orchard camp ground.

[Speakers and audience at Old Orchard camp ground.]

[Speakers and audience posing in and around a pavilion "Victory.".]

The speakers lobby, House [of] Representatives, Washington

[Interior of church or auditorium with some speakers on the stage.]

[Interior of church or auditorium with some speakers on the stage.]

The Dean Stanley memorial. It having been suggested, at the late meeting held in the Chapter house of Westminister Abbey, on the birthday of Dean Stanley, December 13, 1881, at which our American minister, M5. Lowell, was one of the speakers, th

[Crowd facing a bandstand where speakers and a woman at piano sit.]

[Crowd facing a bandstand where speakers and a woman at piano sit.]

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS [held by] GEORGE R. BIDWELL [at] TRANSPORTATION CLUB [NY] (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Suffrage Speakers

President Roosevelt and Lieut.-Gov. Winston on speakers' stand, fair ground, Raleigh, N.C.

Pres. Roosevelt Cardinal Gibbons, Mayor Weaver (Phila.) and John Mitchell, in speakers stand, River Commons, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Aug. 10, 1905.

Speakers at Women's Meeting. December 12, 1907, Drawing of Maud (Mrs. Frederick) Nathan, Anne Cobden Sanderson and Elizabeth Smith Miller

College Evening of 40th annual convention of National American Woman Suffrage Association, listing speakers

Speakers at Socialist meeting in Union Sq., New York

Frank Hitchcock, E.M. Morgan and others on speakers stand, Jersey City, N.J.

Frank Hitchcock, Gov. Fort, and others on speakers stand, Jersey City, N.J.

Miss Clara Louise Rowe, of Syracuse, N.Y., campaigned in the New York state referendum and was an organizer for the Women's Political Union. She has assisted in legislative work at the national headquarters; worked in Delaware and then in Montana, where she organized most of the countries. She is an excellent speaker.

Miss Anna McCue is one of the organizers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. She began work as a child in the hosiery mills in Kensington, Philadelphia and worked in the Kensington factories until 22 years old when she became an organizer for the Congressional Union. Since that time she has been one of the most powerful speakers in the work for the national suffrage amendment, making a very effective appeal because of her intimate acquaintance with the hardships involved in the life of the wage earning woman.

Speakers Desk, House of Representatives, [Washington, D.C.]

Breaking in suffrage speakers - Mrs. E.R. Smith

Breaking in suffrage speakers - Mrs. E.R. Smith

Open air meeting at Washington, D.C., March 1913, calling upon Congress to pass the national woman suffrage amendment. This photograph shows Mrs. John Rogers, sister-in-law of former Secretary of War, Stimpson [Stimson], and a member of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Women Suffrage, speaking.

Miss Gail Laughlin, of Portland, member of the Maine Legislature and National Vice President of the National Woman's Party, who will preside at the national Convention of the National Woman's Party in Colorado Spring July 7th to 10th, and will be the chief speaker on the Speakers' Train leaving Washington en route for the convention July 3rd. Miss Laughlin will speak at Chicago, Kansas City, Topeka and Denver. Miss Laughlin, former National President of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs, has lived in California, where she was Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party, and in Colorado, where she likewise was very active. Miss Laughlin has had wide experience speaking for feminism and wider opportunities for women in practically every state in the Union.

Mrs. Sara Bard Field, of San Francisco, is one of the most eloquent and gifted speakers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage and the National Woman's Party. She is a kinswoman of Eugene Field, the well known poet.

F[lorence] B[ayard] Hilles.

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE: CLARK, CANNON, AND KEIFER

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants. Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co. The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American Officers

Miss Jeannette Rankin, of Montana, speaking from the balcony of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Monday, April 2, 1917.

Ceremonies - War Savings Stamps - Ship workers gather for reading and singing patriotic music. In most every munition plant, these meetings were held every day. Speakers of note were there to keep up the morale of the men 100%. Newark, New Jersey

Ceremonies - Preparedness Day, May 1916 - Highlanders, Gayly kilted, arrive in New York to spur British recruiting. Two hundred and fifty Gordon and McLean Highlanders brought Fifth Avenue to its street windowns to view the passing of the Scotsman as they swung down the thoroughfare headed by their bagpipers. They were the chief attraction of British Recruiting Week beginning July 16, 1917. A big rally on Friday night at Madison Square Garden wound up the weeks activities. Lord Northcliffe and James M. Beck were the principal speakers. Photo shows the Highlanders, marching through the streets of New York City on their way to the 71st Regiment armory at 34th Street and Park Avenue

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants. Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co. The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American Officers

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants. Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co. The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American officers

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day in New York City. Crowd in Central Park listening to noted speakers during the services held there

Ceremonies - War Activities - Italian notables gathered in Coliseum, Rome to celebrate the entrance of the U.S. in the war. The Coliseum was the scene of tremendous meeting, at which the Italians celebrated the United States entry into the war, and noted especially their gratitude toward the American Red Cross in the service. In the speakers stand. Sir Rennel Rodd, British Ambassador, wearing silk hat, H.R.H. Duke of Connaught with the British Ambassador at the left. Back of him, Henry P. Davidson, Chairman of the War Council, in silk hat and Col. Perkins, American Red Cross Commissioner. Mr. Marconi can be seen in Naval Officers uniform. (Italian) At the extreme right in uniform is Colonel County Appolloni, Liason officer of the Italian Gov. with the American Red Cross

Ceremonies and Parades - Ship workers hold big patriotic mass meeting. Three thousand shipworkers at a patriotic mass meeting in the warehouse of the Fleet Supply base for Navy Department, Brooklyn, New York, listening to one of the speakers

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Ceremonies at Statue of Jean D'Arc on Bastille Day, N.Y. City. A large and enthusiastic crowd gathered about the statue of Jean d'Arc, New York City on Bastille Day to do homage to that heroine and the cause of her people. Speakers paid tribute to the courage and ideals of the French people, the Marseillaise and Star Spangled Banner were sung. The Reverand Ganon Gilles B. Cabanel, Chaplain Chief of the Famous Blue Devils made a short address. Paul Bartlett, officer of the Legion of Honor, is speaking

F.H. Gillette in Speakers chair, [Washington, D.C.]

FUEL ADMINISTRATION, U.S. PRIVATE SCOTT, MRS. PEAT AND PRIVATE PEAT, SPEAKERS FOR FUEL ADM.

[Speakers on "Prison Special" tour, San Francisco, 1919.]

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. G.A.R. REPRESENTATIVE RIGHT ONE OF 3 SPEAKERS; ARLINGTON CEMETERY

[Speakers at U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Doctors honor World War dead at Arlington. [...] general view of the services in Arlington Amphitheater [...]e the American Medical Association, who are holding their annual convention in Washington, honored the 500 medical officers [...] lost their lives in the in the World War. The Belgian Ambassador, [...]n de Cartier and Maj. Gen. Charles P. Summerall, Chief of [...] the principal speakers

Blasts New Deal, Washington, D.C., August 7. Photo shows one of the chief speakers of the old Huey Long movement as he addressed the members of the press at the pre club in Washington. He blasted the "New Deal" in no uncertain terms. Photo shows the Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith in action front of the news

Speakers at Red Cross opening. Washington, D.C., May 10. The principal speakers at the opening of the annual meeting of the National Red Cross are shown talking together before the ceremonies began. Left to right: Admiral Cary T. Grayson, Chairman of the National Red Cross; Miss Elizabeth Fox, of Yale University; and Vicomte Bonades of Rouge, General Secretary of the League of Red Cross Societies, the Vicomte is from Paris, France, 5/10/1937

Shenandoah (?), Pennsylvania. Crowds at the stadium surrounding the speakers' platform on the occasion of a mine workers' district (?) meeting when John L. Lewis addressed the workers

At Republican women's dinner. Washington, D.C., March 27. The League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia held a "Five dollar a plate" dinner tonight attended by prominent republicans of both sex. Here are John Hamilton, chairman of the Republican National Committee, Mrs. Edward Everett -Dolly- Gann, President of the League, Mrs. Robert Taft, wife of the Ohio Senator and Rep. Karl Mundt of South Dakota, one of the principal speakers. 3-27-39

"Comrade Amlie" question refuted by ICC nominee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 8. Thomas R. Amlie, Presidential appointee to the ICC, told the Senate Committee investigating his qualifications that his introduction as 'Comrade Amlie' at a mass meeting in Chicago in 1934 was unimportant. He pointed out that fraternal and veterans organizations frequently introduce speakers favorable to their programs as 'comrade'. Left to right: Thomas Amlie and Senator Warren R. Austin of Vermont who raised the question, 2-8- 39

Group of speakers and guests with project manager Mr. Cathcart (at extreme left) on steps of auditorium after May Day-Health Day program at Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN LADY VOTERS TALK THINGS OVER. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 26. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS GENERAL COUNCIL DINNER 'THE LIBERTY WE PRIZE' HAD AS ITS GUEST SPEAKERS THE OUTSTANDING LADIES OF BOTH PARTIES. L TO R: MISS MARGUERITE M. WELLS, PRESIDENT; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, FIRST LADY; MRS. ROBERT A. TAFT, TOASTMISTRESS; AND JUDGE FLORENCE E. ALLEN

Citizens of Caswell County listening to speakers after a picnic and barbecue at the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) camp. They had just attended a county land use planning meeting in the courthouse in Yanceyville, North Carolina

Members of the community and county land use planning committee listening to speakers after a meeting in the Yanceyville courthouse and a picnic lunch

Speakers prior to rally for labor-management committee members, Scranton, July 29th. Front row, left to right: Michael J. Kosik, Mart F. Brennan, Frank W. Earnest, Jr., and Richard Maize. Rear row, left to right: Brigadier General Brice P. Disque, Frank C. Wright, Jr., and Alex G. Nordholm

Detroit, Michigan. Speakers' platform in front of a list of products manufactured by the automobile industry. Ernest Kanzler speaking at an early meeting of the Automobile Council for War Production

The four freedoms. The stars and stripes are more common than ever in Columbus Circle, New York's famous proving ground for speakers representing all sects and creeds. A noteworthy effect of the attack upon democracy has been the sudden rallying to the flag of millions of people whose Americanism, though never suspect, was previously subordinate to their own pet theories

Meeting of speakers, prior to rally for labor-management committee members, Scranton, July 29th. Left to right: Brigadier General Brice P. Disque, Coordinator for Anthracite, Office of Solid Fuels Coordinator for War, Department of Interior; Richard Maize, Secretary of Mines, State of Pennsylvania; Michael J. Kosik, District President of United Mine Workers of America; Alex G. Nordholm, Chief, Regional Service, War Production Drive Headquarters; Mart F. Brennan, Acting District President, UMWA and Regional Representative of UMWA for anthracite; Frank W. Earnest, Jr., President, Anthracite Industries Incorporated; Frank C. Wright, Jr., Washington representative for the anthracite industry

Detroit, Michigan. Roster of speakers and well-known automobile production men at an early meeting of the Automobile Council for War Production

Speakers on Farm Bureau Day at the Imperial County Fair, California

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Detroit, Michigan. Youths listening to speakers at the salvage committee meeting

New York, New York. Marine and shipbuilding workers' convention. Speakers' table

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. Lunch period programs of music and news are presented daily at the Inglewood, California plant of North American Aviation, Incorporated. Speakers are located in each department. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Detroit, Michigan. Youths listening to speakers at a salvage committe meeting

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Detroit (vicinity), Michigan. Ceremonies at the presentation of the Army and Navy E award to the Briggs manufacturing company. Speakers' platform with the United States flag

New York, New York. Marine and shipbuilding workers' convention. Union delegates speaking to union President Green, seated at the speakers' table

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Detroit (vicinity), Michigan. Ceremonies at the presentation of the Army and Navy E award to the Briggs manufacturing company. Speakers on the platform

New York, New York. Marine and shipbuilding workers' convention. Guest at the speakers' table and union delegates listening to speeches

Chicago (north), Illinois. Speakers at a neighborhood flag dedication ceremony

Chicago (north), Illinois. People listening to speakers at a flag dedication ceremony

Manpower, junior size. The third front--unified, enthusiastic, patriotic--banded together where there are no sides but "our side." School children in Roanoke, Virginia listened eagerly as speakers explained to them the work of the junior commandos

Detroit, Michigan. Youths listening to speakers at a salvage committe meeting

Photograph of Guest Speakers at the Ceremony Lighting the National Archives Building

Photograph of Guest Speakers at the Ceremony Lighting the National Archives Building

Photograph of Honor Guard on Speakers Platform, Ceremony Lighting the National Archives Building

Essex House, Colonnades. Dining space, to speakers' table

Essex House, Colonnades. Dining space, from speakers' table, low light

Essex House, Colonnades. Dining space, from speakers' table

SPEAKERS BUREAU

INTERNATIONAL WOMENS YEAR IWY CONGRESS AT CONVENTION CENTER CLEVELAND OHIO - WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS - NASA LEWIS DISPLAY - FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BOARD FEB DISPLAY

INTERNATIONAL WOMENS YEAR IWY CONGRESS AT CONVENTION CENTER CLEVELAND OHIO - WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS - NASA LEWIS DISPLAY - FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BOARD FEB DISPLAY