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1794. His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Esq; Governor. The Honourable Samuel J. Potter, Esq; Deputy-governor. 1. Thomas G. Hazard, Esq. assistant [and 9 other assistants] Henry Ward, Esq; Secretary. Ray Greene, Esq; Attorney-general. Henry Sherburne

1794. His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Esq; Governor. The Honourable Samu...

Evans 27916.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 167, Folder 6.

The Attorney General and auditor of the Commonwealth of Virginia-- Appellants. against Robert Bristow, Appellee. In the Court of Appeals [1800?].

The Attorney General and auditor of the Commonwealth of Virginia-- App...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 181, Folder 6.

Troy, October 13th 1804. Sir. By a law passed at the last session of the Legislature, the Attorney-general is directed to examine whether any, and if any, what unpaid mortgages given to attained persons, may be found of record in the offices of

Troy, October 13th 1804. Sir. By a law passed at the last session of t...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 113, Folder 10a.

A sketch of the interior view of the House of Lords, representing the trial of her majesty Queen Caroline / drawn by Cruikshanks ; etched by Roberts., British Cartoon Print

A sketch of the interior view of the House of Lords, representing the ...

Print showing the interior of the House of Lords during the trial of Caroline, queen, consort of George IV. Seated around a table in the center are the Queen, the Judges, the Bishops, the Lord Chancellor, the A... More

"I left as the Attorney-General of Moinraux in Paris" from Scenes from the Private and Public Life of Animals
Le Procureur-Général Plougoulm

Le Procureur-Général Plougoulm

Attorney General Plougoulm Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Le Procureur-Général Plougoulm

Le Procureur-Général Plougoulm

Attorney General Plougoulm Courtesy of Boston Public Library

1839. Democratic republican and farmers' prox. For Governor, Nathaniel Bullock, of Bristol. For Lieut. Governor Benjamin B. Thruston of Hopkinton. For Senators [10 names] Dexter Randall. Secretary. Albert C. Greene, Attorney-general. John Sterne

1839. Democratic republican and farmers' prox. For Governor, Nathaniel...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 168, Folder 19.

Reception for Attorney General Quinn at the Sons of Italy Hall
The defense compliments the talent of the prosecution, while the Attorney General admires the eloquence of the defense. The judge applauds both of them and everybody is satisfied, except he accused, plate 16 from Les Gens De Justice
[Edwin McMasters Stanton, seated, with his son Edwin Lamson Stanton, standing in profile]

[Edwin McMasters Stanton, seated, with his son Edwin Lamson Stanton, s...

Photograph shows American lawyer and politician Edwin Stanton formally posed with his son a few years before Stanton became U.S. Attorney General for President Buchanan (1860-61) and then Secretary of War for P... More

Buchanan, Pres. & cabinet, 1857

Buchanan, Pres. & cabinet, 1857

Photograph shows President Buchanan standing, surrounded by his Cabinet including Jacob Thompson, Secretary of the Interior; Lewis Cass, Secretary of State; Howell Cobb, Secretary of the Treasury; Jeremiah Blac... More

Buchanan, Pres. & cabinet, 1857

Buchanan, Pres. & cabinet, 1857

Photograph shows President Buchanan standing, surrounded by his Cabinet including Jacob Thompson, Secretary of the Interior; Lewis Cass, Secretary of State; Howell Cobb, Secretary of the Treasury; Jeremiah Blac... More

Sec. Edward Bates, Attorney-General, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.

Sec. Edward Bates, Attorney-General, American Civil War Photograph, Gl...

Title from unverified information on negative sleeve. Annotation from negative, scratched on emulsion: 1741. Credit line: Civil war photographs, 1861-1865, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. ... More

first attorney general of Missouri from "Edwards's Great West and her Commercial Metropolis, embracing a general view of the West, and a complete history of St. Louis ... With portraits and biographies of ... old settlers, etc"

first attorney general of Missouri from "Edwards's Great West and her ...

This image has been taken from scan 000571 from "Edwards's Great West and her Commercial Metropolis, embracing a general view of the West, and a complete history of St. Louis ... With portraits and biographies ... More

Sec. Edward Bates, Attorney-General, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.
Diary Entries of Edward Bates, March 3, 4, 5, 1861

Diary Entries of Edward Bates, March 3, 4, 5, 1861

Forms part of Edward Bates papers, 1818-1904; for additional information, see: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms006047 Edward Bates was appointed attorney general under President Lincoln. These diary entries... More

The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery / from photographs by Whitehurst, of Washington, and Hinton, of Montgomery, Alabama.

The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery / from photographs...

Group portrait of the Confederate cabinet including President Jefferson Davis, Vice President Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Attorney General Judah P. Benjamin, Secretary of the Navy Stephen M. Mallory, Secretary... More

Diary Entry of Edward Bates, February 26, 1861

Diary Entry of Edward Bates, February 26, 1861

Edward Bates was appointed attorney general under President Lincoln. This diary entry describes his trip from St. Louis and his first days in Washington before Lincoln's inauguration. Diary Entry of Edward Bate... More

The cabinet at Washington. American Civil War 1861-1865.

The cabinet at Washington. American Civil War 1861-1865.

Group portrait of Lincoln's cabinet including (left to right) Postmaster General Montgomery Blair, Secretary of the Interior Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase, President Lincoln, Secreta... More

State Department, Thursday, December 01, 1864  (Printed commission for Joseph Holt's appointment as Attorney General; document signed by Lincoln and William H. Seward)
The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet / painted by F.B. Carpenter ; engraved by A.H. Ritchie.

The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet ...

Print shows a reenactment of Abraham Lincoln signing the Emancipation Proclamation on July 22, 1862, painted by Francis B. Carpenter at the White House in 1864. Depicted, from left to right are: Edwin M. Stanto... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 14 / [18]69

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel May, Jr. writes that the Attorney General is expected to appear in court to ask that the Trustees nominated by May et al will be appointed, and that J.C. Davis believes that this will come to pass on Sat... More

Letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Newport, R.I., to Samuel May, Feb. 26, 1869

Letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Newport, R.I., to Samuel May, ...

Higginson sends May a letter that he wrote to Attorney General Charles Allen. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 14 / [18]69

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel May, Jr. writes that the Attorney General is expected to appear in court to ask that the Trustees nominated by May et al will be appointed, and that J.C. Davis believes that this will come to pass on Sat... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 14 / [18]69

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel May, Jr. writes that the Attorney General is expected to appear in court to ask that the Trustees nominated by May et al will be appointed, and that J.C. Davis believes that this will come to pass on Sat... More

Copy of a letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, to Charles Allen, [1869?]

Copy of a letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, to Charles Allen, [1...

This is a copy of a letter dated from Newport, Rhode Island on Feb. 23, 1869 from Thomas Wentworth Higginson to Charles Allen. Higginson does not want the Attorney General to remove any of the trustees of the J... More

Attorney General, By Information vs. William Lloyd Garrison, & Als from Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court, [Boston, Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1869?]

Attorney General, By Information vs. William Lloyd Garrison, & Als fro...

This document provides information "alleging that they [the trustees of Francis Jackson's will - William Lloyd Garrison, Edmund Quincy, Samuel May, Jr., Wendell Phillips, Edmund Jackson, William I. Bowditch, an... More

Letter from James C. Davis, Boston, to Samuel May, February 6, 1869

Letter from James C. Davis, Boston, to Samuel May, February 6, 1869

Davis announces that the case of the Attorney General vs. William Lloyd Garrison and others will be tried on February 13th. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from James C. Davis, Boston, to Samuel May, February 6, 1869

Letter from James C. Davis, Boston, to Samuel May, February 6, 1869

Davis announces that the case of the Attorney General vs. William Lloyd Garrison and others will be tried on February 13th. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 14 / [18]69

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel May, Jr. writes that the Attorney General is expected to appear in court to ask that the Trustees nominated by May et al will be appointed, and that J.C. Davis believes that this will come to pass on Sat... More

Williams, Hon. George Henry of Oregon, Attorney General - Grant Admn.
Williams, Hon. George Henry of Oregon, Attorney General - Grant Admn

Williams, Hon. George Henry of Oregon, Attorney General - Grant Admn

Title from unverified information on negative sleeve. Annotation from negative, scratched into emulsion: 2088, No. 144. Credit line: Brady-Handy photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograph... More

[Byron L. Carr, Colorado attorney general, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Chas. Bohm, Denver, Col.

[Byron L. Carr, Colorado attorney general, head-and-shoulders portrait...

Title devised by Library staff. Reference copy in BIOG FILE.

The President of the United States and his Cabinet for 1872(?) / Th. Nast.

The President of the United States and his Cabinet for 1872(?) / Th. N...

Illustration shows at center and under heading "'We Propose' (When things blow over) When?" William M. Tweed standing, holding a paper labeled "Political Economy by Boss Tweed", and in his shadow John T. Hoffma... More

[State officials of South Carolina]

[State officials of South Carolina]

Includes portraits of: James Conner, Attorney-General; Johnson Hagood, Comptroller-General; E. W. Moise, Adjutant and Inspector-General; Wade Hampton, Governor; W. D. Simpson, Liet.-Governor; S. L. Leaphart, St... More

President Cleveland and his cabinet / J. Keppler.

President Cleveland and his cabinet / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows President Cleveland sitting at a desk between his cabinet members, from the left, "W.C. Whitney, Secretary of the Navy, Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury, A.H. Garland, Attorney-Gener... More

[An exacting housekeeper]

[An exacting housekeeper]

President Grover Cleveland busily sweeps dirt from the front door of the White House. His back is turned toward an angry Columbia, who castigates him for ignoring a garland labeled "Stock Tele[-]" lying beneat... More

The fool and his money / Dalrymple.

The fool and his money / Dalrymple.

Print shows an oversized man labeled "Promoter" sitting atop a ticker tape machine, holding a large butterfly net into which a throng of investors, some labeled "Broker, Merchant, [and] Banker", are tossing mon... More

Newly nominated Attorney General and Mrs. Jackson leave for White House reception. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Robert H. Jackson, who was nominated by President Roosevelt today to succeed Frank Murphy as Attorney General, and Mrs. Jackson leaving their hotel tonight for the Judiciary reception at the White House
W.S. Jackson, Attorney General of N.Y., press photo / Press photo
Attorney General and FBI head arrive at U.S. Attorneys Conference. Washington, D.C., April 19. Attorney General Frank Murphy and FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover pictured as they arrived at the Department of Justice today to attend the first conference of United States attorneys
Washington, D.C., Dec. 14. Miss Helen Hironimus has been appointed by the Attorney General to Superintendent of the new Federal Institution for Women at Dallas, Texas. A graduate of the Washington College of Law, she has been Assistant Superintendent of the Federal Reformatory for Women at Alderson, W. Va., since April 1, 1929. Miss Hironimus is a native of Mt. Vernon, Indiana
W.S. Jackson, Attorney General of N.Y.
Council of State Governments convenes. Washington D.C. Attorney General Homer S. Cummings was principal speaker today as the third General Assembly of the Council of State Goverments convened at the Mayflower Hotel. He is shown with delegates to the councils. Left to right: Commissioner William Ellis of New Jersey, Chairman of the Inter-State Commission on Social Security; Judge Richard Hartshorne of New Jersey; Attorney General Cummings, Governments and former Governor of Indiana; and Gov. Gordon Browning of Tennessee
As special presidential committee began public hearings on possible civil service reforms. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Rep. Robert Ramspeck, chairman of the House Civil Service Committee, was the first witness today as open hearings began before the special presidential committee established to study possible reforms in recruiting governmental legal help. In differing with Justice Felix Frankfurter, a member of the committee, Ramspeck said 'that he did not think the fact that a man graduates from Harvard, Yale, or Columbia or some other school should control his appointment.' In the photograph, left to right: Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter, Rep. Ramspeck, Justice Stanley F. Reed, chairman of the committee, and Attorney General Frank Murphy, also a member of the committee
Before Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 11. Ernest T. Weir, arch-foe of the New Deal and Chairman of the National Steel Corporation, suggested before the National Monopoly Committee that it was 'easier for a company our size to operate and make a profit than a company with the size and ramifications of the U.S. Steel Corporation.' A.F. Feller, Counsel for the Committee and Special Assistant to the Attorney General, termed this statement by Weir the important yet made before the committee
Justice Dept., Attorney General's private office

Justice Dept., Attorney General's private office

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress). Washington, D.C.

Sam Whitaker, Ass't to the Attorney General in Claims Division, 3/17/1936
Attorney General attends Golden Jubilee at Catholic University. Washington, D.C., Nov. 13. Attorney General Frank Murphy was among the notables who took a prominent part in the ceremonies commemorating the 50th anniversary of the founding of Catholic University here. He is pictured with the right Rev. Joseph M. Corrigan, Rector of the University
W.S. Jackson, Attorney General of N.Y., press photo Press photo

W.S. Jackson, Attorney General of N.Y., press photo Press photo

Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. General information about the George Grantha... More

Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Frank Murphy, Attorney General of the United States
New York Governor and Attorney General meet at parole conference. Washington, D.C., April 17. Governor Herbert Lehman, of New York, and U.S. Attorney General Frank Murphy, met this morning at the National Parole Conference here. Gov. Lehman is one of five governors who attended the conference
Cabinet arrives to hear President address 76th Congress. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Led by Secretary of War Woodring and the new Attorney General Frank Murphy, members of the cabinet are pictured arriving at the House chamber today to hear President Roosevelt address the 76th Congress
Attorney General addresses U.S. Attorneys. Washington, D.C., April 19. Attorney General Frank Murphy addressing the opening session of the Attorney Generals Conference of United States Attorneys at the Department of Justice today. U.S. attorneys from all over the country are attending the conference which is the first ever held
Named Supt. of new reformatory for women. Washington, D.C., Dec. 14. Miss Helen Hironimus has been appointed by the Attorney General to Superintendent of the new Federal Institution for Women at Dallas, Texas. She is a graduate of the Washington College of Law, and since April 1, 1939 has been Assistant Superintendent of the Federal Reformatory for Women at Alderson, W. Va.
Massachusetts governor protests proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Washington, D.C., March 16. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusetts, arriving at the White House where he left a protest with President Roosevelt against the proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Hurley said if the pact is effected it will do serious damage to the textile industry in his state. On the left is Raymond Fitzgerald, Secretary to the Governor, and on right, William J. Moore, Attorney General of Massachusetts
Murphy bestows blessing upon LaFollette bill. Washington, D.C., June 2. Attorney General Frank Murphy today put in one of his rare appearances upon the Hill to endorse a bill proposed by Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Jr. to outlaw oppressive labor practices. He proposed, however, two amendments to the bill to clearly state that company guards with criminal records be declared illegal, and that suits to restrain oppressive labor practices be filed through the Justice Department rather than the Labor Department. Left to righ: Murphy, Senator LaFollette and Senator Elbert Thomas of Utah, member of the Subcommittee which heard Murphy
President's committee for civil service improvements open public hearings. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. The committee which president recently appointed to study possible reforms in recruiting governmental legal help, began open hearings today at the United States Supreme Court Building. This first photograph of the committee shows, left to right, seated: Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter, Associate Justice Stanley F. Reed, chairman, and Attorney General Frank Murphy
Murphy holds press conference after nomination for Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Attorney General Frank Murphy was in a jovial mood today as he met reporters at a press conference following his nomination as a member of the United States Supreme Court
National Parole Conference brings law and penal experts to Capital. Washington, D.C., April 17. The first general session of the National Parole Conference, called by the President for the purpose of trying to coordinate federal, state, and local agencies with all phases of law enforcement. Left to right. Sam Lewisohn, member of the N.Y. State Commission of Correction and temporary chairman of the conference, Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York, Attorney General Frank Murphy, and James B. Bennet, Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons
Attorney General and FBI head arrive at U.S. Attorneys Conference. Washington, D.C., April 19. Attorney General Frank Murphy and FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover pictured as they arrived at the Department of Justice today to attend the first conference of United States attorneys
Assistant Attorney General appears before Senate and House Labor Committee. Washington, D.C., June 2. Assistant Attorney General Robert Jackson, appearing before the Senate and House Labor Committee today praised the Black-Connery Wage and Hour bill., Jackson urged enactment of the bill as a means of placing commerce between that states upon a "Basis of industrial justice to disadvantaged men". Jackson is shown in the center with authors of the bill, Rep. William Connery, left. and Sen. Black, right
Newly appointed Supreme Court Justice attends White House Judiciary reception. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Attorney General Frank Murphy, who was today nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court bench, is pictured leaving his hotel tonight for the Judiciary reception at the White House
Attorney General of Penna. Appeals Washington D.C. July 8. Attorney General Charles J. [...]rgiotti, of Pennsylvania announced today that he would appeal to the NLRB for a speedy employee election [...] the Johnstown, PA. Plant of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. he is shown just before appealing to the board with Denny Lewis, right, brother of the CIO chief
W.S. Jackson, Attorney General of N.Y., at desk, press photo / Press photo
Sam Whitaker, Ass't to the Attorney General in Claims Division, 3/17/1936
Schofield appointed to Immigration & Naturalization Service. Washington, D.C., June 14. Attorney General Robert Jackson assumed control of the Immigration and Naturalization Service today. One of his first acts as head of the service will be issuance of an order requiring the fingerprinting of all aliens prior to their entry into this country to bar those found to be undesirable. Major Lemuel B. Schofield was appointed to administrative control of Immigration and Naturalization Service as Special Assistant Attorney General. Left to right in the picture: Major Lemuel B. Schofield, Solicitor General Francis Biddle, and Attorney General Robert Jackson
Attorney General. Washington, D.C., March 16. A new informal picture of Attorney General Frank Murphy, made as he left the White House after a conference with President Roosevelt
President McKinley and escort going to the Capitol /

President McKinley and escort going to the Capitol /

"The film begins by showing military personnel on horseback. The camera was positioned on a side street and photographed representatives of several different companies of American cavalry. Just as the film ends... More

As to the beef trust / Keppler.

As to the beef trust / Keppler.

Illustration shows Puck offering a large axe labeled "Repeal of Beef Tariff" to Philander C. Knox who is holding a tiny sling-shot labeled "Sherman Anti-Trust Law"; standing in the background is a large bull la... More

Untitled

Untitled

This untitled illustration by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Post on May 18, 1902, depicts the government, led by Attorney General Philander Knox, going after the beef trust, The... More

Pick a winner

Pick a winner

Cartoon shows an unidentified man, possibly Attorney General Philander Knox, on the left holding sheet "Remove Dutch standard technicality [paragraph] 209 Tariff Law 1897" and Henry Thomas Oxnard on the right h... More

Edmund Randolph, head-and-shoulders portrait

Edmund Randolph, head-and-shoulders portrait

Title devised by cataloger; Caption on jacket: E. Randolph. Photograph of a mural of first attorney general by Constantino Brumidi in the President's room, United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Detroit Publis... More

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Date span based on active dates of Harris & Ewing, Inc. Portrait series. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information abou... More

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL
MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL
MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Date span based on active dates of Harris & Ewing, Inc. Portrait series. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information abou... More

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Date span based on active dates of Harris & Ewing, Inc. Portrait series. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information abou... More

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Date span based on active dates of Harris & Ewing, Inc. Portrait series. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information abou... More

MITCHELL, WILLIAM. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Attorney Gen. A. Mitchell Palmer declared at a hearing [...] the House Rules Committee that Louis F. Post was in sympathy with the anarchists in America and that Post has obstructed the Attorney General's campaign against the saloon, Mr. Palmer is seated at
The martyr / Keppler.

The martyr / Keppler.

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt, with halo, bound by tape labeled "Popularity Party Pressure", kneeling on a burning pyre and tied to a stake labeled "III Term"; there is a crowd of on-lookers in the back... More

Eric L. Boetsel i.e. Boetzel

Eric L. Boetsel i.e. Boetzel

Photo shows Eric Louis Boetzel (1884-1958), deputy Attorney General of New York State, and a former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney, standing in front of a fusion float. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2... More

Eric L. Boetsel [i.e. Boetzel]

Eric L. Boetsel [i.e. Boetzel]

Photo shows Eric Louis Boetzel (1884-1958), deputy Attorney General of New York State, and a former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney, standing in front of a fusion float. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2010)

KNOX, PHILANDER CHASE. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904; SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1904-1909, 1917-1921; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1909-1913. WITH MRS. KNOX

KNOX, PHILANDER CHASE. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904; SENATOR FR...

Title and date from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.g... More

HORSE SHOW. KNOX, PHILANDER CHAS., ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904; SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1904-1909, 1917-1921; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1909-1913
HORSE SHOW. KNOX, PHILANDER CHAS., ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904; SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1904-1909, 1917-1921; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1909-1913

HORSE SHOW. KNOX, PHILANDER CHAS., ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904...

Title and date from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.g... More

KNOX, PHILANDER CHASE. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1901-1904; SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1904-1909, 1917-1921; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1909-1913. WITH MRS. KNOX
FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD

FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD

Photo shows Samuel W. Williams, Attorney General of Virginia. Photo taken in Carroll County, Virginia, between March and May 1912. Related to second trial fo Floyd Allen after he killed the judge at his first t... More

ADKINS, JESSE CORCORAN. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S. 1908-1911
ADKINS, JESSE CORCORAN. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S. 1908-1911

ADKINS, JESSE CORCORAN. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S. 1908-1911

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... More

McREYNOLDS, JAMES CLARK. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S., 1913-1914; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, U.S. SUPREME COURT, 1914 -
McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

McReynolds, Miss Haldane, Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... More

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

McReynolds, McKenzie, Miss Haldane, Viscount Haldane

Photo shows (left to right) U. S. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, Sir Kenneth Augustus Muir Mackenzie (1845-1930), 1st Baron Muir-Mackenzie; Miss Elizabeth Haldane (1862-1937), Richard Burdon Sanderso... More

PALMER, ALEXANDER MITCHELL. REP. FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1909-1915; ALIEN PROP. CUST. 1917-1919; ATTORNEY GENERAL, 1919-1921
PALMER, ALEXANDER MITCHELL. REP. FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1909-1915; ALIEN PROP. CUST. 1917-1919; ATTORNEY GENERAL, 1919-1921

PALMER, ALEXANDER MITCHELL. REP. FROM PENNSYLVANIA, 1909-1915; ALIEN P...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Jas. C. McReynolds, George Grantham Bain Collection

Jas. C. McReynolds, George Grantham Bain Collection

Photo shows James Clark McReynolds (1862-1946), Attorney General for President Woodrow Wilson from 1913 to 1914. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008) Title and date from data provided by the Bain News Service... More

Jas. C. McReynolds

Jas. C. McReynolds

Photo shows James Clark McReynolds (1862-1946), Attorney General for President Woodrow Wilson from 1913 to 1914. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

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