PICRYL
PICRYL

The World's Largest Public Domain Source

  • homeHome
  • searchSearch
  • photo_albumStories
  • collectionsCollections
  • infoAbout

  • account_boxLogin

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

Raps selfish nationalism. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, before the Senate Agriculture Committee, criticises selfish, nationalistic policies. 1/31/35

Raps selfish nationalism. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, before the Senate Agriculture Committee, criticises selfish, nationalistic policies. 1/31/35

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China. The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China.  The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China. The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China.  The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China. The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China.  The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

Wash. D.C. Hull leaves trade conference., Secretary of State Cordell Hull leaves the White House where he conferred with President Roosevelt and Prime Minister William McKenzie King of Canada on a proposed trade treaty. 11/9/35

Wash. D.C. Hull leaves trade conference., Secretary of State Cordell Hull leaves the White House where he conferred with President Roosevelt and Prime Minister William McKenzie King of Canada on a proposed trade treaty. 11/9/35

WELCOME HOME: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH HIS SON JOHN AND MRS. ROOSEVELT PHOTOGRAPHED WITH SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGANTHAU, SECRETARY OF COMMERCE ROPER, AND SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, WHO WELCOMED THE PRESIDENT AS HE RETURNED FROM HIS VACATION WHICH TOOK HIM ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES AND CENTRAL AMERICA

WELCOME HOME: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH HIS SON JOHN AND MRS. ROOSEVELT PHOTOGRAPHED WITH SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGANTHAU, SECRETARY OF COMMERCE ROPER, AND SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, WHO WELCOMED THE PRESIDENT AS HE RETURNED FROM HIS VACATION WHICH TOOK HIM ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES AND CENTRAL AMERICA

NEW BRAZILIAN TRADE PACT SIGNED. SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, RIGHT, SIGNS THE NEW TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL CALLING FOR RECIPROCAL TARIFF CONCESSIONS. THE PACT WAS SIGNED IN THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE IN THE EXECUTIVE WING OF THE WHITE HOUSE. OTHERS IN THE PICTURE, FROM THE LEFT: BRAZILIAN MINISTER OF FINANCE ARTHUR SOUZA COSTA, BRAZILIAN AMBASSADOR OSWALDO ARANHA, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

NEW BRAZILIAN TRADE PACT SIGNED. SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, RIGHT, SIGNS THE NEW TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL CALLING FOR RECIPROCAL TARIFF CONCESSIONS. THE PACT WAS SIGNED IN THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE IN THE EXECUTIVE WING OF THE WHITE HOUSE. OTHERS IN THE PICTURE, FROM THE LEFT: BRAZILIAN MINISTER OF FINANCE ARTHUR SOUZA COSTA, BRAZILIAN AMBASSADOR OSWALDO ARANHA, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

Sec. of State Hull welcomes delegates. Washington, D.C. Sept. 7. Secretary of State Cordell Hull officially opened the Third World Power Conference by pleading with the delegates to use their inventive brains to lighten the tasks of men and not destroy him with machines of war

Sec. of State Hull welcomes delegates. Washington, D.C. Sept. 7. Secretary of State Cordell Hull officially opened the Third World Power Conference by pleading with the delegates to use their inventive brains to lighten the tasks of men and not destroy him with machines of war

Cabinet member brave rain to greet chief. Washington, D.C., May 14. A heavy downpour didn't prevent members of the cabinet from greeting President Roosevelt on his return to the capital today. Here we see Secretary of State Cordell Hull (left) and Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace as they arrived at Union Station to greet the Chief, 5/14/1937

Cabinet member brave rain to greet chief. Washington, D.C., May 14. A heavy downpour didn't prevent members of the cabinet from greeting President Roosevelt on his return to the capital today. Here we see Secretary of State Cordell Hull (left) and Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace as they arrived at Union Station to greet the Chief, 5/14/1937

Canadian Premier arrives for trade discussion with President Roosevelt. Washington D.C., March 5. Prime Minister of Canada Mackenzie King, arrived in Washington today and will be a guest this weekend of President Roosevelt at which time they will discuss matters of mutual interest to the United States and Canada. The Premier was met at the Union Station by Secretary of State Cordell Hull(left) and Canadian Minister Herbert Marler (right), 3/5/1937

Canadian Premier arrives for trade discussion with President Roosevelt. Washington D.C., March 5. Prime Minister of Canada Mackenzie King, arrived in Washington today and will be a guest this weekend of President Roosevelt at which time they will discuss matters of mutual interest to the United States and Canada. The Premier was met at the Union Station by Secretary of State Cordell Hull(left) and Canadian Minister Herbert Marler (right), 3/5/1937

Sign Trade Agreement. Washington, D.C., The United States and Czechoslovakia signed today a trade agreement designed to maintain and improve the mutually beneficial trade relations between the two countries. Photo shows Secretary of State Cordell Hull, who signed for the United States (right) as he watched the Czechoslovakian Minister Vladimir Hurban sign the document

Sign Trade Agreement. Washington, D.C., The United States and Czechoslovakia signed today a trade agreement designed to maintain and improve the mutually beneficial trade relations between the two countries. Photo shows Secretary of State Cordell Hull, who signed for the United States (right) as he watched the Czechoslovakian Minister Vladimir Hurban sign the document

Sec. of State Cordell Hull & Sen. Alben Barkley of KY

Sec. of State Cordell Hull & Sen. Alben Barkley of KY

Secy. of State Cordell Hull & his Asst. Harry A. McBride

Secy. of State Cordell Hull & his Asst. Harry A. McBride

Hull welcomes Brazilian Foreign Minister. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Foreign Minister Oswaldo Aranha of Brazil is welcomed by Secretary of State Cordell Hull on his arrival at Union Station today. Minister Aranha is in the Capitol to discuss defense and trade with President Roosevelt and other U.S. officials, 2-9- 39

Hull welcomes Brazilian Foreign Minister. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Foreign Minister Oswaldo Aranha of Brazil is welcomed by Secretary of State Cordell Hull on his arrival at Union Station today. Minister Aranha is in the Capitol to discuss defense and trade with President Roosevelt and other U.S. officials, 2-9- 39

FIRST LADY WELCOMES PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA TO WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 25. MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETING PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA DR. RAFAEL A. CALDERON GUARDIA AND SENORA DE CALDERSON GUARDIA WHEN THEY ARRIVED FOR A VISIT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL IS SHOWN ON THE RIGHT

FIRST LADY WELCOMES PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA TO WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 25. MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETING PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA DR. RAFAEL A. CALDERON GUARDIA AND SENORA DE CALDERSON GUARDIA WHEN THEY ARRIVED FOR A VISIT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL IS SHOWN ON THE RIGHT

PRESIDENT TELLS PAN AMERICAN BOARD THAT AMERICA'S MUST MEET FORCE WITH FORCE IF THREATENED. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIIL 15. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DECLARED TODAY IN AN ADDRESS BEFORE THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE PAN AMERICAN UNION, THAT THE 21 AMERICAN REPUBLICS MUST BE PREPARED TO 'MEET FORCE WITH FORCE' IF THEIR SYSTEM OF PEACEFUL RELATIONS IS CHALLENGED. THE OCCASION WAS THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNION; SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, WHO IS ALSO CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD; DR. MANUEL DE FREYRE Y. SANTAND; DR. FRANCISCO NAJERA, AMBASSADOR FROM MEXICO; DR. CARLO MARTINS, AMB. FROM BRAZIL; DR. ALBERTO CABERO, AMB. FROM CHILE; DR. JORGE E. BOYD AMB. FROM PANAMA; DR. ANDRE PASTORICA, MINISTER FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; DR. LUIS FERNANDO GAUCHALLA, MIN. FROM BOLIVIA; DR. DEON DE BYALE, MIN. FROM NICARAGUA; DR. HORACIAO FERNANDEZ, MIN. FROM PARAGUAY; DR. ENRIQUE LOPEZ HERRA..., CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF GUATEMALA; DR. L.S. ROWE, DIRECTOR GENERAL, PAN AMERICAN UNION; DR. JOSE T. BARON, CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF CUBA; DR. JULIAN R. CACERES, MINISTER FROM HONDURAS; DR. ELIE LESCOT, MIN. FROM HAITI; DR. RICARDO BEECH, MIN. FROM COSTA RICA; DR. JOSE RICHLING, MIN. FROM URUGUAY; DR. GABRIEL TURBAY, AMB. FROM COLOMBIA; DR. DIOGENES ESCALANTE, AMB. FROM VENEZUELA; CAPT. COLON ELOY ALFARO, AMB. FROM ECUADOR; DR. HECTOR DAVID CASTRO, VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD AND MINISTER FROM EL SALVADOR

PRESIDENT TELLS PAN AMERICAN BOARD THAT AMERICA'S MUST MEET FORCE WITH FORCE IF THREATENED. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIIL 15. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DECLARED TODAY IN AN ADDRESS BEFORE THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE PAN AMERICAN UNION, THAT THE 21 AMERICAN REPUBLICS MUST BE PREPARED TO 'MEET FORCE WITH FORCE' IF THEIR SYSTEM OF PEACEFUL RELATIONS IS CHALLENGED. THE OCCASION WAS THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNION; SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, WHO IS ALSO CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD; DR. MANUEL DE FREYRE Y. SANTAND; DR. FRANCISCO NAJERA, AMBASSADOR FROM MEXICO; DR. CARLO MARTINS, AMB. FROM BRAZIL; DR. ALBERTO CABERO, AMB. FROM CHILE; DR. JORGE E. BOYD AMB. FROM PANAMA; DR. ANDRE PASTORICA, MINISTER FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; DR. LUIS FERNANDO GAUCHALLA, MIN. FROM BOLIVIA; DR. DEON DE BYALE, MIN. FROM NICARAGUA; DR. HORACIAO FERNANDEZ, MIN. FROM PARAGUAY; DR. ENRIQUE LOPEZ HERRA..., CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF GUATEMALA; DR. L.S. ROWE, DIRECTOR GENERAL, PAN AMERICAN UNION; DR. JOSE T. BARON, CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF CUBA; DR. JULIAN R. CACERES, MINISTER FROM HONDURAS; DR. ELIE LESCOT, MIN. FROM HAITI; DR. RICARDO BEECH, MIN. FROM COSTA RICA; DR. JOSE RICHLING, MIN. FROM URUGUAY; DR. GABRIEL TURBAY, AMB. FROM COLOMBIA; DR. DIOGENES ESCALANTE, AMB. FROM VENEZUELA; CAPT. COLON ELOY ALFARO, AMB. FROM ECUADOR; DR. HECTOR DAVID CASTRO, VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD AND MINISTER FROM EL SALVADOR

PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL EXTENDING RECIPROCAL TRADE PROGRAM. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 12. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PICTURED SIGNING TODAY THE BILL EXTENDING FOR THREE YEARS THE POWER OF THE UNITED STATES TO NEGOTIATE RECIPROCAL TRADE TREATIES WITH FOREIGN POWERS. DIRECTLY BACK OF THE PRESIDENT, L TO R: SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL; SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE HENRY A. WALLACE; SENATOR PAT HARRISON, CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE; REP. ROBERT DOUGHTON, CHAIRMAN OF THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. THE PASSING OF THIS BILL WAS ONE OF THE MAJOR NEW DEAL VICTORIES OF THIS SESSION OF CONGRESS

PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL EXTENDING RECIPROCAL TRADE PROGRAM. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 12. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PICTURED SIGNING TODAY THE BILL EXTENDING FOR THREE YEARS THE POWER OF THE UNITED STATES TO NEGOTIATE RECIPROCAL TRADE TREATIES WITH FOREIGN POWERS. DIRECTLY BACK OF THE PRESIDENT, L TO R: SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL; SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE HENRY A. WALLACE; SENATOR PAT HARRISON, CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE; REP. ROBERT DOUGHTON, CHAIRMAN OF THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. THE PASSING OF THIS BILL WAS ONE OF THE MAJOR NEW DEAL VICTORIES OF THIS SESSION OF CONGRESS

President departs on transcontinental trip. Washington, D.C., July 7. President Roosevelt was in a happy mood tonight as he boarded his special train for a transcontinental trip which will be climaxed by a review of the fleet and a fishing expedition in Pacific waters. Combining business with pleasure, the chief executive will make several speeches enroute urging support of new deal candidates in the coming all congressional elections. Left to right : Senator Joseph Guffey of Pennsylvania; Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Attorney General Homer S. Cummings, Secretary of State Cordell Hull, President Roosevelt and Mrs. Homer S. Cummings, 7/7/38

President departs on transcontinental trip. Washington, D.C., July 7. President Roosevelt was in a happy mood tonight as he boarded his special train for a transcontinental trip which will be climaxed by a review of the fleet and a fishing expedition in Pacific waters. Combining business with pleasure, the chief executive will make several speeches enroute urging support of new deal candidates in the coming all congressional elections. Left to right : Senator Joseph Guffey of Pennsylvania; Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Attorney General Homer S. Cummings, Secretary of State Cordell Hull, President Roosevelt and Mrs. Homer S. Cummings, 7/7/38

Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Jan. 11. A new informal photograph of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, made since his return from the Lima Conference, 1-11-39

Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Jan. 11. A new informal photograph of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, made since his return from the Lima Conference, 1-11-39

Secretary of State Hull arrives at White House for final conference on neutrality message. Washington, D.C., July 14. Secretary of State Cordell Hull entering a side door of the White House today for a final conference on the neutrality message President Roosevelt transmitted to Congress

Secretary of State Hull arrives at White House for final conference on neutrality message. Washington, D.C., July 14. Secretary of State Cordell Hull entering a side door of the White House today for a final conference on the neutrality message President Roosevelt transmitted to Congress

State Department high officials address Inter-American education conference. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Dr. Isiah Bowman, President of the Johns Hopkins University, and Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles photographed today at the luncheon-meeting of the conference on inter-American relations in the field of education meeting today and tomorrow here. Secretary Hull told the gathering of educators from both South and North America that they must resolve to work together 'to accomplish that function which is rightfully theirs--to guard, to enrich, and to forward the civilization which, in the high calling of education, all of us must seek to serve'

State Department high officials address Inter-American education conference. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Dr. Isiah Bowman, President of the Johns Hopkins University, and Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles photographed today at the luncheon-meeting of the conference on inter-American relations in the field of education meeting today and tomorrow here. Secretary Hull told the gathering of educators from both South and North America that they must resolve to work together 'to accomplish that function which is rightfully theirs--to guard, to enrich, and to forward the civilization which, in the high calling of education, all of us must seek to serve'

German Ambassador bades goodbye to newsmen. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. Leaving the State Department today after paying a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull, German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff bids goodbye to the newspaper reporters, many of whom have become his friend since covering the German Embassy during the recent German-Czech crisis. Ambassador Dieckhoff plans to sail for Germany on the Europa next Friday night

German Ambassador bades goodbye to newsmen. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. Leaving the State Department today after paying a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull, German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff bids goodbye to the newspaper reporters, many of whom have become his friend since covering the German Embassy during the recent German-Czech crisis. Ambassador Dieckhoff plans to sail for Germany on the Europa next Friday night

Crowd greets Czech Minister as he leaves conference with Secretary Hull. Washington, D.C., Sept. 27. War days of 1917 were recalled today as a crowd gathered before the entrance to the State Department today to greet Czechoclovakian Minister Vladimir Hurban following his conference with Secretary of State Cordell Hull. He is pictured on the right (between two men) as he faced a battery of camera men and inquiring reporters, 9/27/38

Crowd greets Czech Minister as he leaves conference with Secretary Hull. Washington, D.C., Sept. 27. War days of 1917 were recalled today as a crowd gathered before the entrance to the State Department today to greet Czechoclovakian Minister Vladimir Hurban following his conference with Secretary of State Cordell Hull. He is pictured on the right (between two men) as he faced a battery of camera men and inquiring reporters, 9/27/38

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

At Cummings testimonial dinner. Washington, D.C., Jan. 12. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and PMG James A. Farley pictured at last night's Testimonial Dinner to the requiring Attorney General, Homer S. Cummings, at the Mayflower Hotel, 1/12/39

At Cummings testimonial dinner. Washington, D.C., Jan. 12. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and PMG James A. Farley pictured at last night's Testimonial Dinner to the requiring Attorney General, Homer S. Cummings, at the Mayflower Hotel, 1/12/39

German Ambassador "cools his heels." Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff 'cools his heels' as he waits alone in the diplomatic room before being ushered into the office of Secretary of State Cordell Hull on whom he paid a farewell call today before leaving for the homeland

German Ambassador "cools his heels." Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff 'cools his heels' as he waits alone in the diplomatic room before being ushered into the office of Secretary of State Cordell Hull on whom he paid a farewell call today before leaving for the homeland

Gives the Nazi salute. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff gives the familiar Nazi salute as he arrives at the State Department today to pay a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull. He expects to sail for Germany from New York next Friday night on the Europa

Gives the Nazi salute. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff gives the familiar Nazi salute as he arrives at the State Department today to pay a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull. He expects to sail for Germany from New York next Friday night on the Europa

President calls conference of Senate and State Department on neutrality. Washington, D.C., July 18. It was almost midnight tonight when Senators began emerging from the White House after their conference with President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull at which an agreement was reached to allow neutrality legislation to lie dormant until next session, thus, apparently ending a flare-up between congress and the president on the neutrality issue which began when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee refused to take up the question this session. Left to right: Senator Charles L. McNary, Minority leader; Sen. Warren Austin of Vermont; Sen. Key Pittman, Chairman of the Foregin Relations Committee; Sen. William E. Borah of Idaho, and Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Senator Alben Barkley, Majority Leader and Vice President Garner remained inside to talk further with the president

President calls conference of Senate and State Department on neutrality. Washington, D.C., July 18. It was almost midnight tonight when Senators began emerging from the White House after their conference with President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull at which an agreement was reached to allow neutrality legislation to lie dormant until next session, thus, apparently ending a flare-up between congress and the president on the neutrality issue which began when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee refused to take up the question this session. Left to right: Senator Charles L. McNary, Minority leader; Sen. Warren Austin of Vermont; Sen. Key Pittman, Chairman of the Foregin Relations Committee; Sen. William E. Borah of Idaho, and Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Senator Alben Barkley, Majority Leader and Vice President Garner remained inside to talk further with the president

Sec. of State greets Hughes on his arrival in Washington. Washington, D.C., July 21. Sec. of State Cordell Hull, ranking cabinet member in the Capitol, officially greeted Howard Hughes and his crew upon their arrival in the Capitol, they are shown in the office of the Secretary of State, left to right; Richard Stoddard, Lieut. Thomas Thurlow, Howard Hughes, Sec. of State Hull, Harry Conner, and Ed. Lund, 7/21/38

Sec. of State greets Hughes on his arrival in Washington. Washington, D.C., July 21. Sec. of State Cordell Hull, ranking cabinet member in the Capitol, officially greeted Howard Hughes and his crew upon their arrival in the Capitol, they are shown in the office of the Secretary of State, left to right; Richard Stoddard, Lieut. Thomas Thurlow, Howard Hughes, Sec. of State Hull, Harry Conner, and Ed. Lund, 7/21/38

Secretary of State presides at Davis Cup drawing. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. Presiding at the Davis Cup drawing at the Pan American Union today, Secretary of State Cordell Hull pulls Japan's pairing out of historic bowl first and hands it over to Yakichiro Suma, Counselor of the Japanese Embassy. In the photograph, left to right: Yakichiro; Russell B. Kingman, Treasurer of the United States Lawn Tennis Association; Joseph Ward, First Vice President; Secretary Hull; Holcomb Ward, President of the USLTA; and Wallis Pate, Capt. of this year's Davis Cup team, 2/3/38

Secretary of State presides at Davis Cup drawing. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. Presiding at the Davis Cup drawing at the Pan American Union today, Secretary of State Cordell Hull pulls Japan's pairing out of historic bowl first and hands it over to Yakichiro Suma, Counselor of the Japanese Embassy. In the photograph, left to right: Yakichiro; Russell B. Kingman, Treasurer of the United States Lawn Tennis Association; Joseph Ward, First Vice President; Secretary Hull; Holcomb Ward, President of the USLTA; and Wallis Pate, Capt. of this year's Davis Cup team, 2/3/38

Secretary of State at the White House. Washington, D.C., Aug. 19. Secretary of State Cordell Hull is frequently a caller at the White House these days in order to keep the president informed of the China-Japan war situation

Secretary of State at the White House. Washington, D.C., Aug. 19. Secretary of State Cordell Hull is frequently a caller at the White House these days in order to keep the president informed of the China-Japan war situation

State Secretary greets High Commissioner Paul McNutt. Washington, D.C., Feb. 23. Making his round of official calls shortly after his arrival in the capital today, Paul V. McNutt, High Commissioner to the Philippines, is greeted at the State Department by Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Informed of a Presidential boom already launched in his favor by Indiana friends, McNutt told reporters "I am not a candidate for any office. I am giving my time, attention, thought and energy to American-Philippine relations," 2/23/38

State Secretary greets High Commissioner Paul McNutt. Washington, D.C., Feb. 23. Making his round of official calls shortly after his arrival in the capital today, Paul V. McNutt, High Commissioner to the Philippines, is greeted at the State Department by Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Informed of a Presidential boom already launched in his favor by Indiana friends, McNutt told reporters "I am not a candidate for any office. I am giving my time, attention, thought and energy to American-Philippine relations," 2/23/38

Off to Roosevelt love feast. Annapolis, MD, June 25. Cabinet members and House leaders were among those catching the first boat here today leaving for the Jefferson Island Democratic Club where President Roosevelt is staging a three-day pow-wow for the Democratic legislators. Waving a goodbye as the boat shoved off can be seen, left to right: Rep. Sam Rayburn, House Majority Leader; Secretary of War Woodring; Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Speaker of the House Bankhead; and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, 6/25/37

Off to Roosevelt love feast. Annapolis, MD, June 25. Cabinet members and House leaders were among those catching the first boat here today leaving for the Jefferson Island Democratic Club where President Roosevelt is staging a three-day pow-wow for the Democratic legislators. Waving a goodbye as the boat shoved off can be seen, left to right: Rep. Sam Rayburn, House Majority Leader; Secretary of War Woodring; Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Speaker of the House Bankhead; and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, 6/25/37

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Secy. of State Cordell Hull at his desk, 7-12-40

Secy. of State Cordell Hull at his desk, 7-12-40

Secy. of State Cordell Hull at his desk, 7-12-40

Secy. of State Cordell Hull at his desk, 7-12-40

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

At Cummings testimonial dinner. Washington, D.C., Jan. 12. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and PMG James A. Farley pictured at last night's Testimonial Dinner to the requiring Attorney General, Homer S. Cummings, at the Mayflower Hotel, 1/12/39

At Cummings testimonial dinner. Washington, D.C., Jan. 12. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and PMG James A. Farley pictured at last night's Testimonial Dinner to the requiring Attorney General, Homer S. Cummings, at the Mayflower Hotel, 1/12/39

Wyoming Senator and Secretary of State debate on 'sugar lobby.' Washington, D.C., Jan. 13. Following his denial before the Senate Finance Committee today that there was any improper State Department procedure in negotiating a trade agreement with Cuba, Secretary of State Cordell Hull entered into a caustic debate on the 'sugar lobby' with Wyoming Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney. At its conclusion, however, both agreed to urge a Senate investigation all Washington lobbyists, 1/13/39

Wyoming Senator and Secretary of State debate on 'sugar lobby.' Washington, D.C., Jan. 13. Following his denial before the Senate Finance Committee today that there was any improper State Department procedure in negotiating a trade agreement with Cuba, Secretary of State Cordell Hull entered into a caustic debate on the 'sugar lobby' with Wyoming Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney. At its conclusion, however, both agreed to urge a Senate investigation all Washington lobbyists, 1/13/39

Hull receives report from Under Secretary upon return to Washington. Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. Secretary of State Cordell Hull returned to his desk in the State Department today and called in Under Secretary Sumner Welles to find out what had happened during his trip to Lima, 1/10/39

Hull receives report from Under Secretary upon return to Washington. Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. Secretary of State Cordell Hull returned to his desk in the State Department today and called in Under Secretary Sumner Welles to find out what had happened during his trip to Lima, 1/10/39

Nothing improper in trade agreement with Cuba, Hull tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 13. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, today denied before the Senate Finance Committee that there was any improper State Department procedure in negotiating a trade agreement with Cuba. Hull appeared before the committee as it opened an investigation ordered at the instigation of a group of Senators from beet sugar and cane producing areas, 1/13/39

Nothing improper in trade agreement with Cuba, Hull tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 13. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, today denied before the Senate Finance Committee that there was any improper State Department procedure in negotiating a trade agreement with Cuba. Hull appeared before the committee as it opened an investigation ordered at the instigation of a group of Senators from beet sugar and cane producing areas, 1/13/39

Cabinet members observe anniversary of president's inauguration. Washington, D.C., March 4. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates of the president attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church today in observance of his first inauguration. Pictured here are Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Mrs. Hull

Cabinet members observe anniversary of president's inauguration. Washington, D.C., March 4. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates of the president attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church today in observance of his first inauguration. Pictured here are Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Mrs. Hull

Hull receives report from Under Secretary upon return to Washington. Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. Secretary of State Cordell Hull returned to his desk in the State Department today and called in Under Secretary Sumner Welles to find out what had happened during his trip to Lima, 1/10/39

Hull receives report from Under Secretary upon return to Washington. Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. Secretary of State Cordell Hull returned to his desk in the State Department today and called in Under Secretary Sumner Welles to find out what had happened during his trip to Lima, 1/10/39

Sec. Hull talks to president about Far East situation. Washington, D.C., Aug. 16. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, arriving at the White House today to give the president a first hand report on the Far East situation

Sec. Hull talks to president about Far East situation. Washington, D.C., Aug. 16. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, arriving at the White House today to give the president a first hand report on the Far East situation

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Assistant to Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. A new informal photograph of George Fort Milton, Chattanooga publisher, now special assistant to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 12/18/37

Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., March 1. A new informal picture of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 3/1/38

Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., March 1. A new informal picture of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 3/1/38

Big three on U.S. Foreign relations. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. President Roosevelt's first act on his return to the Capital today was to call his Chief Foreign Relations advisors into a conference for a discussion of the International Situation. The big three are shown as they left the White House. Left to right: Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Norman H. Davis, Ambassador-at-large; and Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State. 10/8/37

Big three on U.S. Foreign relations. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. President Roosevelt's first act on his return to the Capital today was to call his Chief Foreign Relations advisors into a conference for a discussion of the International Situation. The big three are shown as they left the White House. Left to right: Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Norman H. Davis, Ambassador-at-large; and Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State. 10/8/37

Canadian Prime Minister arrives for signing of Canadian-American treaty. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Secretary of State Cordell Hull greeted MacKenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, upon his arrival in Washington today for the signing of the U.S.-Canada Trade Treaty. In the photograph, left to right - Col. E.M. Watson, White House military aide - Presidential Secretary Ary Marvin McIntyre - Minister MacKenzie King, and Secretary Hull

Canadian Prime Minister arrives for signing of Canadian-American treaty. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Secretary of State Cordell Hull greeted MacKenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, upon his arrival in Washington today for the signing of the U.S.-Canada Trade Treaty. In the photograph, left to right - Col. E.M. Watson, White House military aide - Presidential Secretary Ary Marvin McIntyre - Minister MacKenzie King, and Secretary Hull

Canadian Prime Minister arrives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Prime Minister MacKenzie King of Canada leaving Union Station upon his arrival today with Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Presidential Secretary of State Marvin McIntyre, center

Canadian Prime Minister arrives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Prime Minister MacKenzie King of Canada leaving Union Station upon his arrival today with Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Presidential Secretary of State Marvin McIntyre, center

Corwin Prince meets Sec. of State Hull. Washington, D.C., July 12. Sec. of State Cordell Hull, left; with Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, snapped as the left the dining room of the Carlton Hotel, where Mrs. Hull entertained for the royal couple, the Prince is traveling incognito while in this country, 7/12/38

Corwin Prince meets Sec. of State Hull. Washington, D.C., July 12. Sec. of State Cordell Hull, left; with Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, snapped as the left the dining room of the Carlton Hotel, where Mrs. Hull entertained for the royal couple, the Prince is traveling incognito while in this country, 7/12/38

Sec. of State greets Howard Hughes. Washington, D.C., July 21. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, congratulates Howard Hughes on his round the world flight, photographed at the State Dept. today, 7/21/38

Sec. of State greets Howard Hughes. Washington, D.C., July 21. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, congratulates Howard Hughes on his round the world flight, photographed at the State Dept. today, 7/21/38