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STETTINIUS, E.R.

PIERCE, PALMER EDDY, COLONEL, U.S.A.; DIRECTOR OF PURCHASES. LEFT, WITH EDWARD R. STETTINIUS

STETTINIUS, EDWARD R.

PIERCE, PALMER EDDY, COLONEL, U.S.A.; DIRECTOR OF PURCHASES. LEFT, WITH EDWARD R. STETTINIUS

Mrs. E.R. Stettinius

STETTINIUS, EDWARD R.

Mrs. E.R. Stettinius

[Group: Edward Stettinius, Jr., 3rd from left]

[Group: Edward Stettinius, Jr., front row, 2nd from left]

[Edward Stettinius?, right]

[Nazem Al-Koudsi, minister from Syria, visits Secretary of State Edward R. Stettinius]

[Edward Stettinius]

[Group; Edward Stettinius, front center]

[Edward Stettinius, center]

[Edward Stettinius, left]

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

[Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President]

[Edward Stettinius, left]

Hayden Raynor, assistant to Mr. Stettinius, Division of Priorities

[Edward R. Stettinius]

Hayden Raynor, assistant to Mr. Stettinius, Division of Priorities

[Edward R. Stettinius]

[Edward R. Stettinius]

Conference held in the office of the Office of Production Management in Washington, D.C. August 19, 1941. Left to right: John Lord O'Brian, General Counsel, Office of Production Management; Edward R. Stettinius, Director of Priorities, OPM; Lord Beaverbrook, British Minister of Supply; William S. Knudsen, Director-General, OPM; W. Averill Harriman, Lend-Lease administrator in London

Edward R Stettinius, Jr., former director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM), and currently (September 2, 1941) lend-lease Administrator. Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins, Minerals and Metals Executive of the Priorities Division. President of Dartmouth College

Mr. Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., former director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM), currently (September 2, 1941) lend-lease administrator

Edward R Stettinius, Jr., former director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM), and currently (September 2, 1941) lend-lease Administrator. Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins, Minerals and Metals Executive of the Priorities Division. President of Dartmouth College

Mr. Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., former director, Priorities Division, OPM (Office of Production Management), and currently (Sept. 2, 1941) lend-lease administrator

Edward R Stettinius, Jr., former director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM), and currently (September 2, 1941) lend-lease Administrator. Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins, Minerals and Metals Executive of the Priorities Division. President of Dartmouth College

Lord Beaverbrook discusses British military and civilian needs with representatives of the Office of Production Management in Washington, D.C. August 19, 1941. Left to right: Sidney Hillman, Associate Director, OPM; John Lord O'Brian, General Counsel, OPM; Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. Director of Priorities, OPM; Lord Beaverbrook, British Minister of Supply; William S. Knudsen, Director-General, OPM

Edward R. Stettinius Jr., and President Roosevelt. Edward R. Stettinius Jr., lend-lease Administrator, discusses the Seventh lend-lease Report which he has just handed to the President for transmittal to congress. The report showed that lend-lease aid had increased more than a third in the last three months and was now being provided at the rate of $10,000,000,000 a year

Lend-lease hearings. The House Foreign Affairs Committee hears witnesses, including lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Secretaries Stimson and Wicard, and war shipping administrator Emory S. Land, in support of the continuance of the lend-lease act

Lend-lease hearings. Admiral Emory S. Land, war shipping administrator, Representative Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator discuss the lend-lease legislation as Admiral Land prepares to testify to its importance to the Merchant Marine

Lend-lease hearings. Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson urges the House Foreign Affairs Committee to recommend continuance of the lend-lease act, as Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator (in the background to the right) listens. The committee later recommended it

Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones; Norwegian foreign minister Trygze Lie; Russian ambassador Maxim Litvinov; Vice-President Henry A. Wallace and lend-lease Administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., at luncheon in observance of second anniversary of lend- lease, on March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C.

Lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., and guests at luncheon marking second anniversary of lend-lease, held March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C., look on as Representative Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, inspects an egg. Dehydrated food, later rehydrated, was served

Lend-lease hearings. Admiral Emory S. Land, war shipping administrator, Representative Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator, discuss the lend-lease legislation as Admiral Land prepares to testify to its importance to the Merchant Marine

Lend-lease hearings. Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson testifies in support of continuance of the lend-lease Act before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, as Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator, looks on

Maxim Litvinov, Russian ambassador; Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator; T.V. Soong, Chinese foreign minister; Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones, and Lord Halifax, British ambassador, examine dehydrated food at the Hotel Statler, where a a luncheon of dehydrated food was served on March 11, 1943, to mark the second anniversary of lend-lease

Lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., and the Norwegian ambassador Wilhelm Munthe de Morgenstierne, at luncheon held in observance of second anniversary of lend-lease, on March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C.

On the dais at luncheon in honor of second anniversary of lend-lease, held March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D. C. Left to right: minister of the Union of South Africa, Ralph William Close; ambassador of Greece, Cimon Diamantopoulos; ambassador of Panama, Senor Don Ernesto Jean Guardia; ambassador of Mexico, Senor Dr. Don Francisco Castillo Najera; Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones; Norwegian foreign minister, Trygze Lie; ambassador of Russia, Maxim Litvinov; Vice-President Henry A. Wallace; Lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.; Chinese foreign minister T.V. Soong; British ambassador Lord Halifax; ambassador of Belgium, Count Robert van der Straten-Ponthoz; Secretary of Agriculture Claude A. Wickard; ambassador of Poland, Jan Ciechanowski; ambassador of Norway, Wilhelm Munthe de Morgenstiderne; Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas; minister of Guatemala, Senor Dr. Adrian Recinos; minister of Czechoslovakia, Vladimir Hurban; Representative Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs; minister of Honduras, Senor Dr. Don Julian R. Caceres; minister of Costa Rica, Senor Dr. Don Luis Fernandez; minister of Luxembourg, Hugues Le Gallais; the Philippine Resident Commissioner Joaquin M. Elizalde

Maxim Litvinov, Russian ambassador; Vice-President Henry A. Wallace; lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., and T.V. Soong, Chinese foreign minister, eat dehydrated food at luncheon in observance of the second anniversary of lend-lease, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C., on March 11, 1943

The Mexican Ambassador Senor Dr. Don Francisco Castillo Najera; Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones; Norwegian foreign minister Trygze Lie; Russian ambassador Maxim Litvinov; Vice-President Henry A. Wallace; lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.; Chinese foreign minister T.V. Soong; British ambassador Lord Halifax; and the Belgium ambassador Count Robert van der Straten-Ponthoz, on the dais at luncheon held in observance of the second anniversary of lend-lease, on March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C.

Guests at luncheon celebrating second anniversary of lend-lease, on March 11, 1943, at Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C., examine dehydrated food which was served. Left to right: Maxim Litvinov, ambassador of Russia; Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., lend-lease administrator; Dr. T.V. Soong, Chinese foreign minister; Lord Halifax, ambassador of Great Britain, and Jesse Jones, U.S. Secretary of Commerce

On the dais at luncheon in honor of second anniversary of lend-lease, held March 11, 1943, at the Hotel Statler, Washington, D. C. Left to right: minister of the Union of South Africa, Ralph William Close; ambassador of Greece, Cimon Diamantopoulos; ambassador of Panama, Senor Don Ernesto Jean Guardia; ambassador of Mexico, Senor Dr. Don Francisco Castillo Najera; Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones; Norwegian foreign minister, Trygze Lie; ambassador of Russia, Maxim Litvinov; Vice-President Henry A. Wallace; Lend-lease administrator Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.; Chinese foreign minister T.V. Soong; British ambassador Lord Halifax; ambassador of Belgium, Count Robert van der Straten-Ponthoz; Secretary of Agriculture Claude A. Wickard; ambassador of Poland, Jan Ciechanowski; ambassador of Norway, Wilhelm Munthe de Morgenstiderne; Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas; minister of Guatemala, Senor Dr. Adrian Recinos; minister of Czechoslovakia, Vladimir Hurban; Representative Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs; minister of Honduras, Senor Dr. Don Julian R. Caceres; minister of Costa Rica, Senor Dr. Don Luis Fernandez; minister of Luxembourg, Hugues Le Gallais; the Philippine Resident Commissioner Joaquin M. Elizalde

Under-Secretary of State Joseph C. Grew, after being introduced at press conference by Secretary of State Stettinius, addressing newsmen

Secretary of State Edward Stettinius presenting new Under-Secretary of State Joseph C. Grew and five of the new assistant secretaries at the oath of office ceremonies. Left to right: William L. Clayton; Dean Acheson; Joseph C. Grew, Under-Secretary; Edward R. Stettinius, Secretary of State; Archibald MacLeish; Nelson A. Rockefeller; James C. Dunn

Secretary of State Edward Stettinius at press conference explains the new organization and duties of the Under-Secretary and the assistant secretaries

Washington, D.C. Secretary of State Stettinius and French Ambassador Henri Bonnet on the occasion of the signing the United Nations declaration for France at the State Department

Secretary of State Stettinius and French Ambassador Henri Bonnet on the occasion of the signing the United Nations declaration for France at the State Department

Secretary of State Stettinius and French Ambassador Henri Bonnet on the occasion of the signing the United Nations declaration for France at the State Department

Secretary of State Stettinius and French Ambassador Henri Bonnet on the occasion of the signing the United Nations declaration for France at the State Department

Ambassador Henri Bonnet and Secretary of State Stettinius shake hands upon the occasion of the signing of the United Nations declaration by France

Secretary of State Stettinius and French Ambassador Henri Bonnet on the occasion of the signing the United Nations declaration for France at the State Department

Crimean conference Left to right: Secretary of State Edward Stettinius, Maj. Gen. L. S. Kuter, Admiral E. J. King, General George C. Marshall, Ambassador Averill Harriman, Admiral William Leahy, and President F. D. Roosevelt. Livadia Palace, Crimea, Russia / / Signal Corps photo.

National Defense Commission meets at White House. Washington, D.C., June 20. Among the president's appointments today at the White House was one with his National Defense Commission. Pictured here are two members, Edward R. Stettinius Jr., left, and Sidney Hillman, right

Monopoly Committee begins study of steel industry. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Leaders of the nation's steel business were on hand at the Capitol today as the National Monopoly Committee began a study of the $4,000,000,000 industry. Here we see, left to right: Senator William H. King, a member of the committee, Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corporation, Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, co-chairman of the committee, Nathan L. Miller, General Counsel for U.S. Steel Corp., and Benjamin F. Fairless, President of U.S. Steel Corp.

Ed R. Stettinius, Monopoly

Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Chairman of U.S. Steel. Isador Lubin, left, Commissioner of Labor Statistics. Leon Henderson, right, new S.E.C. Commissioner

U.S. Steel heads listen to testimony at monopoly committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 6. Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel, and Benjamin F. Fairless, president of the corporation, listen to testimony before the National Monopoly Committee today

Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of U.S. Steel, testifying before Monopoly Committee

Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President

Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh with Sikorsky S-38 of Pan American AL