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[Interior and exterior views of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon hospital, southwest corner of Washington and Swanson avenues, Philadelphia]

Swanson, James - Age 21, Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Farm scene near Swanson, north Custer County, Nebraska.

Swanson, John W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Gloria Swanson

Sen. Robinson, LaFollette, McKinley, McKellar and Swanson

Col. G.F. Buckingham, Sen: McKinley, Swanson, and Robinson

Gloria Swanson & husband

Mrs. S. Swanson

Gloria Swanson & husband

C.A. Swanson

Gloria Swanson

Claude Swanson, cameo portrait

Gloria Swanson & husband

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson

Col. G.F. Buckingham, Sen: McKinley, Swanson, and Robinson

August Swanson, Kearney, Nebraska

August Swanson.

Swanson, William E C - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First Confederate Infantry, Ro-S - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Claude Augustus Swanson

SWANSON, CLAUDE, MRS.

SWANSON, CLAUDE. HONORABLE

SWANSON, CLAUDE. HONORABLE

Senator C. Swanson, Va.

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

[Claude Swanson]

[Claude Swanson]

STUART, GOVERNOR. WITH SENATOR SWANSON

[Claude Swanson?]

[Group: Carter Glass, Claude Swanson at left]

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

SENATE, COMMITTEES. FOREIGN RELATIONS. WARREN G. HARDING; BLURRED; FRANK B. BRANDEGEE; BLURRED; HENRY CABOT LODGE, CHAIRMAN; GILBERT M. HITCHCOCK; CLAUDEA. SWANSON; OTHERS BLURRED

[Sen. Claude A. Swanson and Ray Baker standing on sidewalk and talking]

BAKER, RAYMOND T., U.S. MINT. LEFT, WITH SEN. SWANSON

Claude A. Swanson of Va.

Senator Swanson

Sen. Claude A. Swanson of Va.

The Senate committee investigating the charges against Senator B.K. Wheeler, ... Left to right: Senators Wm. E. Borah of Idaho chairman, C.A. Swanson of Va., T.H. Caraway of Ark., C.L. McNary of Ore., Thos. Sterling, of S.D.

Secy. of Navy Curtis D. Wilbur was the guest of Senate Naval Affairs Committee luncheon. Left to right, front row: Senators O.E. Weller of Md., S.M. Shortridge of Calif., Henry C. Lodge of Mass., Secy. Wilbur, and Frederick Hale of Maine. Left to right, back row: George W. Pepper of Pa., Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., E.S. Broussard of La., C.A. Swanson of Va., Edward I. Edwards of N.J., and Royal S. Copeland of NY

Senator Claude A. Swanson, [12/17/25]

Senator Swanson

[Claude Swanson, right. U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Mrs. Elande A. Swanson & Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Ericsson Mem., [5/29/26]

[Claude Swanson, Calvin Coolidge and group at waterfront]

[Group; includes Claude Swanson, right]

President Coolidge signs Kellogg Treaty. President Coolidge today formally signed the document of ratification of the Kellogg treaty before a distinguished gathering in the east room of the White House, including Vice President Dawes, members of the Cabinet and members of the Senate and House. In the front row, left to right: Vice President Dawes; President Coolidge; Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg; Secretary of the Treasury Mellon; and Secretary of War Davis. in the back row, left to right: Senator William E. Borah; Senator Claude A. Swanson; Senator Thomas F. Walsh; Vice President-elect Charles Curtis; and Senator D.O. Hastings

Given luncheon at Capitol. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today tendered a luncheon to General Jan Christian Smuts, former premier of South Africa. Seated in the center of the group: Senator Claude A. Swanson, General Smuts, Eric H. Low, South African Minister to the United States, Senator Rey Pittman and Philip C, Nash, Director of the League of Nations Association

Meeting of commission to study methods of removing profits from war. The commission, recently created by Congress, to study methods fro removing profits from war, and for effecting an equitable distribution of the burdens of war, held its first meeting today in the office of the Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley. Secretary Hurley was elected chairman; Senator Davis A. Reed, Vice Chairman; and Rep. Lindley H.Hadley, Secretary. In the photograph, left to right: Rep. John J. McSwain, South Carolina; Rep. William P. Holaday, Illinois; Rep. Lindley H. Hadley, Washington; Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley; Senator Claude A. Swanson, Virginia; Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas; and Rep. Ross A. Collins, Mississippi

[Group; Claude Swanson, 2nd from left and Daniel C. Roper, 2nd from right]

[Claude Swanson at desk]

[Group; included Claude Swanson and Daniel C. Roper]

SWANSON, CARL, MRS. PORTRAIT

SWANSON, CARL, MRS. PORTRAIT

HONORS UNKNOWN DEAD. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, IN HIS FIRST ARMISTICE DAY OBSERVANCE IN THE WHITE HOUSE, PLACES A WREATH UPON THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER IN ARLINGTON CEMETERY. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE STANDS BETWEEN TWO WHITE HOUSE AIDES AS TAPS ARE SOUNDED. THE TWO MEN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES DIRECTLY BEHIND THE PRESIDENT ARE SECRETARY OF WAR DERN, LEFT, AND SECRETARY OF NAVY SWANSON

[Claude Swanson, left. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Claude Swanson, right]

[Claude Swanson]

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

Ad. Wm. Standley U.S.N. Sec. Claude Swanson

Sec. Claude Swanson

Wash. D.C. First bird book., Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President of the National Geographic Society, left, presents to Secretary Claude A. Swanson a special copy of "Discovery" by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, writing of his second South Polar expedition. 11/22/35

[Claude Swanson, right]

PRESIDENT AT UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS THE PRINCIPAL FIGURE AT THE ARMISTICE DAY CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY AND THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. IN THE BACKGROUND CAN BE SEEN MRS. ROOSEVELT; SECRETARY OF NAVY CLAUDE SWANSON; ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY WOODRING. TO THE RIGHT IS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BETWEEN HIS NAVAL AIDE, CAPT. WILSON BROWN, AND HIS MILITARY AIDE, COL. WATSON

[Claude Swanson, 2nd from right]

Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best, Commander-in-Chief of the American and West Indian stations of the Royal Navy, left, meets Secretary Claude Swanson. Admiral Best is visiting in Washington for a few days. 11/2/35

Champion mustaches. Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary Claude Swanson sport the most outstanding mustaches in official Washington. It is not often that an opportunity for comparison occurs. This occasion was the luncheon given by the Secretary for the visiting Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

Good for the disposition. The remark which caused the hearty laughter of Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary of Navy Claude Swanson may have been almost anything. It was a stag affair, a luncheon given by the Secretary for Vice Admiral Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

[Claude Swanson]

[Claude Swanson, right]

Rural electrification program speeded. Executives of the Rural Electrification Administration gather around their chief, Morris L. Cooke, as seven projects are launched to give 4,000 farm homes electric light. Cooke is seated. From the left, standing: Melvin O. Swanson, Chief Engineer; W.E. Herring, Special Assistant to the Administrator; L.A. Sears, Chief of Projects Section Guy Thaxon, Engineer, and Charles W. Bass, Assistant Chief Engineer, 11/4/35

Sec. Claude Swanson, L., with Naval aide

PRESIDENT AWARDS SAFE FLYING TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, AWARDS THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY FOR SAFE FLYING TO LT. PHIL L. HAYNES, COMMANDER OF TRAINING SQUADRON NO. 2 AT THE NAVAL AIR STATION AT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. T. HAYNES, LEFT, SEC. CLAUDE SWANSON, CENTER, AND SCHIFF STANDS BEHIND THE PRESIDENT

Ready forarms parley. Admiral William H. Standley, chief of Naval Operations, seated at left, confers with technical advisors appointed by Secretary Claude Swanson to go with the Admiral to the London Naval Conference where Admiral Standley will be one of the U.S. delegates. Seated beside the delegate is Capt. R. E. Ingersoll. Standing are Commander Roscoe E. Schuirmann, left, and Lieut. A. Del. Ayrault, Jr., 11/21/35

Mrs. Swanson helps Red Cross on bandages. Mrs. Albert T. Niblack, standing, instructs Mrs. Claude Swanson, wife of the Secretary of Navy, in the art of making bandages. Mrs. Niblack is in charge of this work for the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. The Red Cross has been supplying materials, funds, and assistance to Ethiopia to help care for the wounded from the battlefields where Italian troops are invading their country, 11/5/35

At Navy luncheon. Secretary Claude Swanson, center, gives a stag luncheon in honor of Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best, Royal Navy. From the Left: Sir Ronald Lindsay, Ambassador from England; Secretary Swanson, and Vice Admiral Best, the Vice Admiral is commander-in-chief of the British Navy in the American and West Indian stations. He visited Washington aboard his flagship H.M.S. York. 11/1/35

Sec. Swanson and Ad. Standler

CHIEF EXECUTIVE ARRIVES AT ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 11. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH GENERAL JOHN J. PERSHING AND SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CLAUDE A SWANSON AS THEY ARRIVED AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY TODAY TO HONOR AMERICA'S UNKNOWN SOLDIER IN OBSERVANCE OF ARMISTICE DAY. GENERAL PERSHING PLACED THE PRESIDENTIAL WREATH AT THE TOMB

[Claude Swanson]

BREAKS UP CABINET MEETING. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. THE SUDDEN AND SURPRISING APPEARANCE OF SECRETARY OF THE NAVY SWANSON AT THE WHITE HOUSE, CAUSED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO ADJOURN THE CABINET MEETING THAT WAS TAKING PLACE. SEC. SWANSON HAD BEEN ILL FOR SEVERAL MONTHS, BUT IS NOW ON THE WAY TO RECOVERY

Living room in home of Charles Swanson near Northome, Minnesota

Mrs. Claude Swanson and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Sec. of Navy Claude Swanson

Home of Charles Swanson, cut-over farmer near Northome, Minnesota

Kitchen in home of Charles Swanson near Northome, Minnesota

Navy secretary presents medal to Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd. Washington, D.C., Oct. 15. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, U.S.N. Retired, and members of his second Antarctic Expedition were presented with silver medals today by Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson. Congress authorized the award of the medals on June 2, 1936. In the photograph, left to right: Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Rear Admiral William H. Leahy, Chief of Naval Operations, Secretary Swanson, and William C. Haines, U.S. Weather Bureau Meteorologist and a member of the expedition. 10/15/37

Mrs. Charles Swanson and her two children on farm near Northome, Minnesota

Mrs. Claude Swanson, wife of the Sec. of the Navy, with her son, Douglas Hall, at the Thanksgiving services at the Washington Cathedral

Navy opens bids for battle wagons. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. The Navy opened bids today on construction of three 35,000 ton battleships today, all bids specified that the dreadnaughts be completed within 52 months. The guns, armor plate, and other accessories to be furnished by the Government cost an estimated 15,000,000 dollars per ship. The ships are the first of that size to be built in 15 years. Seated, left. Admiral William Leahy, Chief of Naval Operations, and Sec. of the Navy Claude Swanson, right. Standing - left- Rear Admiral William G. Du Bose, Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Repair and right- Rear Admiral Charles Conard, Chief of the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 11/2/38

Cpl. C.D.R. Swanson & friend (S. African soldiers) in snow in public garden

Work starts on Swanson House, USHA (U.S. Housing Administration)-financed defense housing project, Virginia

Portion of the Swanson Homes development in Virginia which are nearing completion. These units are being constructed by the local housing authority of Portsmouth with funds advanced by the USHA (U.S. Housing Agency)

E.C. Swanson

Minneapolis, Minnesota. On the left, former state senator Swanson and on the right Mr. H. E. Brandt, listening to Mr. Peterson's speech

Minneapolis, Minnesota. On the left, former state senator Swanson and on the right Mr. H.E. Brandt, listening to Mr. Peterson's speech

[Portrait of Vincent Nola and Elojean Swanson, Nola's, New York, N.Y., ca. Feb. 1947]

DD-443 Swanson

CDR David Merril Swanson, USNR (Ret.) (covered)

S117E09704 - STS-117 - Swanson during EVA