United States from "A Change of National Empire; or arguments in favour of the removal of the National Capital from Washington City to the Mississippi Valley. Illustrated with maps"
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Half a victory. W.D. Whitney, Counsel, left, and James Walter Carter, right, President of Carter Coal Co., leave District of Columbia Supreme Court with half a victory in their fight against the Guffey Coal Act. A temporary injunction restraining stockholders of the coal company from complying with the act. At the same time Carter's petition asking for a temporary injunction restraining the government from collecting penalties was denied. The court directed that arguments in the case continue for decision on application for a permanent injunction against enforcement of the act and on its constitutionality, 10/30/35
General welfare movement concludes testimony. [Washington] D.C., Feb. 7. Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Robert L. Doughton, and Rep. Charles [...] Washington, talking together before today's [hearing on] old age pension plans. Leavy concluded [arguments?] for the General Welfare Federation's plan of old [...] assistance, after several days of discussion before [... ] Committee, 2-7-39
The Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Committee listen during the public hearing, Colonel Lynn Guenther (ret), an early director of operations for Malmstrom's refueling group, takes the stage to present his arguments for keeping Malmstrom's twelve remaining KC-135 tankers here instead of shifting them to MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. Seated around him at the table from left to right, Montana's Governor Marc Racicot, Senators Max Baucus and Conrad Burns, Congressman Pat Williams and Commissioners Kling, Davis and Cox
The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Malstrom Air Force Base State: Montana (MT) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: AIRMAN John Turner Release Status: Re... more