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Report on the designs and plans of the New York Arcade Railway by expert engineers. 1886. [Cover page]
Expert and Beth
Correct way to bake turkey demonstrated by Uncle Sam's expert cooks. Washington, D.C., Dec. 4. Note to housewives: your turkey- baking troubles will be over and the bird you serve for dinner this yuletide will be tender, juicy and flavorsome if you follow the method used by the expert cooks at the Bureau of Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Continual testing and experimenting with various recipes has taught Uncle Sam's cooks that many a prize bird has become a "ham" when improperly prepared. The best recipe - so far discovered by the Bureau of Economics - is demonstrated in the following set of pictures, made under the supervision of Miss Lucy Alexander, Chief Cooking Specialist. Miss Alexander, a graduate of Vassar and the University of Illinois, has been on her present job for eleven years. Mrs. Jessie Lamb, Assistant Cook, is stuffing the turkey under the watchful eye of Miss Lucy Alexander. The turkeys on the table will go into the ovens at regular intervals, and be tasted and judged by a group of experts who are determining which diet and feeding program will produce the best flavored meat.
A House whisper. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. Rep. Sam Rayburn, new majority leader of the House, whispers in to the ear of Senator Carter Glass, the monetary expert of the Senate, as both attend the conference today at the Capitol between administration leaders and Senate and House leaders to discuss monetary legislation to be submitted to the new session of Congress
Tax expert favors incentive taxation. Washington, D.C., Dec. 12. Lovell Parker, who resigned last year after serving 12 years as tax expert for the Joint Congressional Finance Committee, today told the Senate Finance Subcommittee that he felt incentive taxation should be given a trial. He said that an outlay of $10,000,000,000 would be necessary annually to try this plan of speeding up business and industry
Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Photograph shows potter at work and rows of finished pots. H63269 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 20647. Copyright 1905 by B.L. Singley.

The Expert

The Expert

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

American Red Cross - Refugees - American Red Cross in North Russia. American soldiers and some children who they found starving near Archangel. When news was brought to camp, all soldiers chipped in to give out of their own supplies of hard tack, bully beef and bread, but that was not enough. One of the soldiers volunteered to nurse the dying mother and her little girl. Another soldier was sent at once to American Red Cross headquarters, a trip of an hour and a half from this small outpost camp, for expert help and a trained nurse. The nurse left at once with the soldier traveling throug a blinding snow storm to the little peasant cottage

American Red Cross - Refugees - American Red Cross in North Russia. Am...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - Refugees

Office of U.S. Treasuer, Mrs. Brown, expert in identifying burned and mutilated paper money received for redemption, [1914]
KELLY, DR. HOWARD A. RADIUM EXPERT OF BALTIMORE
GAYLORD, DR. HARVEY B. RADIUM EXPERT OF BUFFALO
Dealing out the gold and jewels to the expert workman for the days work

Dealing out the gold and jewels to the expert workman for the days wor...

Photograph shows woman and man standing at desks behind a screen, delivering materials to men on the other side of the screen. J208503 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. Title from item.

Camouflage - Artillery - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage corps of the U.S. Army were made up of experienced moving picture men. A company of full strength was recruited from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, Cal., among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the great Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. Photo shows instructing officer giving orders to camouflage the huge gun. The background, including houses, etc., are all camouflage

Camouflage - Artillery - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A larg...

Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Artillery

McCOY, JOSEPH C., ECONOMY EXPERT FOR TREASURY
Camouflage - Experiments - Experimental station for testing camouflage designs. Testing dazzle painting or camouflage for ships. The minature ship is placed in position with screen of water in background. The expert then looks through periscope and fires a small gun at ship, if he misses the camouflage is successful, if not a new one is tried

Camouflage - Experiments - Experimental station for testing camouflage...

Date Taken: 2/10/1919 Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Camouflage - Experiments

McCOY, JOSEPH C., ECONOMY EXPERT FOR TREASURY
Airplanes - Types - Manufacture of Aircraft; Plant of Standard Aero Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. Expert welding on Caproni fittings

Airplanes - Types - Manufacture of Aircraft; Plant of Standard Aero Co...

Date Taken: 3/15/1918 Photographer: Standard Aero Corporation Airplanes - Types

Camouflage - Roads - Shows the planting of shurbs by expert gardeners recruited among the personnel in order to thicken the concealment and to replace damaged plants. This is of course being done in the fall of the year

Camouflage - Roads - Shows the planting of shurbs by expert gardeners ...

Photographer: Major Francis T. Colby, U.S.A. Camouflage - Roads

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage companies of the  United States Army will be made up of full strength was recruited in 1917, from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. These men changed the scene with a dexterity that was bewildering. A village was raised and its place taken by a forest. Photo shows huge gun camouflaged and filled with the aid of movie smoke

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A la...

Date Taken: 1917 Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Wooden Guns

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aeroplane Manufacture. Expert joiners department. Standard Aero Corp., of N.Y. Elizabeth, N.J

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aeroplane Manufacture. Expert joine...

Date Taken: 3/15/1918 Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross Garage, Southampton, England. One of oldest and most famous buildings in Southampton, built when King Canute defied the rising tide in Southampton. The building was orginally part of the city wall, from the top of which expert archers trained their arrows on the little bands of enemies who waged guerilla warfare in those days. In 13th Century this portion of the wall was set aside as the Wool Market and during the Napoleonic wars it was converted into a prison for French soldiers who fell into Wellington's hands

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross Garage, Southampton...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Vehicles

American Red Cross - E thru H - Captain Hibbard of the A.R.C., telephone expert who is reorganizing the telephone system of the A.R.C. In Paris, France

American Red Cross - E thru H - Captain Hibbard of the A.R.C., telepho...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - E thru H

MUNROE, CHARLES EDWARD, PHD. CONSULTING EXPERT, U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AND BUREAU OF MINES
MUNROE, CHARLES EDWARD, PHD. CONSULTING EXPERT, U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AND BUREAU OF MINES
The Motor Transport Corps offers you an opportunity to become an expert auto mechanic and repairman / George Carlson.

The Motor Transport Corps offers you an opportunity to become an exper...

Poster showing a mechanic in overalls. Text continues: Sign up now for a course of instruction in the Motor Transport Corps Training School. Earn while you learn. Poster includes blank space for address of loca... More

Sir Jos. Duveen, art expert & family

Sir Jos. Duveen, art expert & family

Photograph shows Sir Joseph Duveen, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing right, with his wife, and daughter, Dorothy, on board ship. Title from item. Photo by Bain News Service, 255 Canal St., New Yo... More

Louis Albert Hill, handwriting expert (bureau)
Treasury expert. Washington, D.C., June 21. This is a new photograph of Harry D. White, Director of Monetary Research for the U.S. Treasury
Tea and tomato juice cause marketing headache, consumers expert tells committee. Washington, D.C., May 11. Dr. Ruth W. Ayers, New York economist and formerly on the staff of the Consumers' Advisory Board of the defunct NRA, brought in three packages of tea and 21 cans of tomato juice to show the temporary economic committee today, and told members that deceptive sizes of cans and packages and lack of quality gradings cause housewives a good deal of shopping headache. She said that she bought all the food at retail stores yesterday, found 11 different brands and 17 sizes of tomato juice cans, with no way to determine quality except to try them all. Asking for 1 quarter lb. tea packages, she was given packages containing 1-2 oz. less than she had asked for. Even though the package was marked as to net weight. She pointed this out as being 'misleading,' even though the price may be adjusted to fit the eight
W.F. Friedman, expert of the Army Signal Corps
The Expert

The Expert

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

Youthful radio expert

Youthful radio expert

John Iringle, fourteen years old, with well equipped radio outfit, which he constructed, Chicago, Ill. Photograph by Underwood & Underwood. No. CH 12329.

Of a family of 7 children, all but 2 work stringing tags. The oldest child is 12. The nurse of the school which these children attend, reports that they are continually being sent home because of their dirty condition. A little fellow who looked about 6 was quite an expert. The children received 20 cents for stringing a thousand tage [i.e., tags] - they tie a knot in a piece of string, and run the string thru [sic] the tag. They moisten the ends of their fingers in their mouths to tie the knots. They can string about a thousand tags in half an hour. One member of a second family which is stringing tags has impetigo, or skin disease, according to the school nurse.  Location: Newark, New Jersey.
Bernarr MacFadden, famous physical culture expert of N.Y. and Sen. Smith W. Brookhart of Iowa, staged a boxing match outside Sen. office bldg.
Sen. taking lessons in physical culture. L. to r.: Bernarr MacFadden, famous physical culture expert of N.Y., Sen Arthur Copper, Sen. C.C. Dill, Rep. Macfadden, Sen. Magnus Johnson, Rep. John M. Nelson and Sen. Brockhart
W.W. Cut, oil expert and geologist, who gave the Senate oil comm. valuable information about the Teapot Dome oil lands
Miss Frances Densmore, expert in Indian music, who has been added to the staff of the Nat'l Museum at Wash., she was formerly connected with the Amer. Bureau of Ethnology, the Smithsonian. She is now in charge of the unique collection of musical instruments gathered from all lands and located in the Museum. Here shows with 2 of the oldest musical instruments of the Indians, an old violin and a horn made from elephant tusk
Bernarr MacFadden, famous physical culture expert, and his family, at the Capitol where they are demonstrating how to keep fit to the legislators. L. to r.: Beverly, Brannda, Benlah, Byrice, Helen, Byrne, and Mr. MacFadden
Walter S. Kaze, finger print expert of U.S. Army, 3/26/25
Allen Robinson, rent expert from New York at W.H. [i.e., White House, Washington, D.C.], 1/8/25
Some shot! 410 out of possible 500. Don't make any bets with this gentleman concerning your ability to hit the bull's eye. He is Sergeant Alfred Anderson, Company D, 12th U.S. Infantry, now stationed at Camp Meade, Md., and he is the first soldier in the Army to qualify as an expert machine gunner under the new and strict regulations. He made his record by scoring 410 out of a possible 500. Sergeant Anderson served overseas during the World War
Carving birds from is hobby of Washingtonian. Washington, D.C., June 25. Using only a common jackknife as a tool, Ellis Miller, has become an expert at whittling birds from wood. Mr. Miller, a mechanic by profession, acquired his hobby through the game of Monopoly. Trying his hand at the game, he liked it and decided to own a set, but determinied at the same time, that his would be home-made. Carving the tokens from wood, Mr. Miller's first creations were images of a tea kettle, flat iron, locomotive, hat, and shoe. He finally carved a duck. In creating new feathered specied, he found his duty as a craftsman to check the authenticity of cono[...] he consulted the pictures of the audubon bird and this was the start of Mr. Miller's hobby
[Fingerprinted. Fred Sandberg, District police fingerprint expert, tells Daisy and Violet Hilton, "Siamese Twins," apart by their fingerprints]
"Daddy" of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture is expert horseman at 84. Although he has passed his 84th birthday, Nelson J. Dunlap, (right) father of the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Renick Dunlap (left) rides horseback for his daily exercise. The elder Dunlap is a Civil War veteran and a native of Kingston, Ohio, where he is a large land owner
World's champion watches Washington baby cue wizard perform with ivories. Just reaching his sixth birthday and barely able to see over the table, Andrew M. Dargan, son of a Washington [...] pool room owner, is amazing pocket billiard expert with his mastery of intricate shots on the green cloth. He is shown in this photograph taking a few pointers from Irwin Rudolph, world's champion at pocket billiards who is in Washington for an exhibition
Discusses agricultural conditions with president. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, wife of the late United States Senator from North Dakota and admitted expert on farm matters, snapped leaving the White House today. Mrs. Gronna discussed agricultural matters at length with President Coolidge stating that with proper legislative support the farmers of the northwest could again show a profit in place of a loss. Mrs. Gronna is the directing head of the Gronna Investment Company controlling thousands of acres of North Dakota wheat, cattle and sheep land
Cheese Day at Senate restaurant. Washington, D.C., April 28. Wisconsin cheese was the piece de resistance today at the Capitol restaurant where Senator Alexander Wiley served oodles of the delicacy to members of the Senate. The occasion marked the 75th anniversary of the making of the famous Wisconsin cheese. Senator John H. Bankhead 2nd, left, proves an expert taster as he bites into a hunk of Wisconsin's best as proffered by Senator Wiley of that state. In the center is Senator Chan Gurney of South Dakota
Treasury expert. Washington, D.C., May 29. A new informal picture of Harry D. White, Director of Monetary Research, United States Treasury
Owen D. Young appears before Senate Interstate Commerce Committee. Owen D. Young [...], expert and possible candidate for president in 1932, as he appeared before the Senate Interstate Committee today to describe the growth of the radio industry and its plans for the future. In the picture, left to right: Senate C.C. Dill of Washington; Owen D. Young; and Senator James Couzens of Michigan
The hen with the mechanical internal organs, who surprised visitors at the World's Poultry Congress in London by giving a brief lecture on how she utilized her food to make eggs. The exhibit was prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture Office of Exhibits. H. L. Shrader, poultry expert, is shown at work on the huge bird before it was shipped to London
Government expert listens to broadcasts of automobile [...] The Automotive Section of the Bureau of Standards is studying the anti-knock proportion of fuel used in automobile and aircraft engines and the scientist in this photograph is "listening in" to the signals of an engine instead of listening to a radio broadcasting station. Eventually, these studies may evolve a new engine, one that will use fuel more economically and efficiently
Grandson of Vice President Curtis expert horseman. Ten years old and an expert horseman, Curtis George, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Charles P. George and grandson of Vice President Curtis, takes a jump with ease as he prepares for the Society Circus at Fort Myer, April 1 and 2
PRESIDENT GIVEN RARE COLLECTION OF CHRISTMAS SEALS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, LONG CONSIDERED AN ENTHUSIASTIC COLLECTOR OF STAMPS, IS PRESENTED WITH A RARE COLLECTION OF CHRISTMAS SEALS BY A COMMITTEE REPRESENTING THE NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION. THE COLLLECTION CONSISTS OF SAMPLES OF ALL SEALS, IN BLOCKS OF FOUR, SOLD ANNUALLY BY THE 2084 AFFILIATED TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION. FROM THE LEFT: DR. WILLIAM CHARLES WHITE, PRESIDENT OF THE D.C. TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION; DORSEY F. WHELESS, PHILATELIC EXPERT OF BROOKLYN, NY WHO ASSEMBLED THE COLLECTION; MRS. ERNEST R. GRANT, CHAIRMAN OF THE CHILDREN'S SANATORIUM COMMITTEE; AND DR. KENDALL EMERSON, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION
Wash. D.C. Rehabilitation expert, Robert M. Tolson, Alexandria, Va., Assistant Rehabilitation Chairman of the American Legion, is starting soon on a speaking tour of the South. 11/15/35
Big talk on little houses. These high officials of the New Deal's housing family photographed as they concluded a conference with President Roosevelt. From the left: Stewart McDonald, head of the [FHA?]; Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Morris L. Coske, head of Rural Electrification, and Peter Grimm, housing expert working in the Treasury Department. Grimm and his associates from New York are concluding a report on housing conditions east of the Mississippi which is expected to show only from 2 to 4 percent vacancies. His report to the President is expected to have a bearing on the future policy of both Federal Housing, Works Progress Administration, the Rural Electrification program and Rural Resettlement, 10/29/35
Children's expert testifies on Hill. Katherine [i.e. Katharine] Lenroot of the Labor Department's Childrens Bureau, testifies before the Senate Finance Committee on the Social Security program, 2/4/35
Truck expert and his Chief. John Rogers, left, newly appointed Director of the Bureau of Motor Carriers in the I.C.C., and Joseph Eastman, Federal Coordinator of announcement of the appointment of Rogers. Rogers has been executive assistant to Eastman since 1933. He formerly was with the Engineering Department of Southern Railway at Knoxville, Tenn. 8/17/35
Robert M. Tolson, [...] Va Rehabilitation Expert
Uncle Sam experimenting with Karakul sheep, Washington, D.C. Oct. 16. With today's fashions popularizing three types of fur, all coming from the same source--Karakul sheep --The U.S. Department of Agriculture is conducting breeding experiments at the Beltsville, MD., experiment station which may mean that ultimately American farmers can produce the fur for which the American fur trade paid more than $3,000,000 the last three years. George Kelly, Government breeding expert, is shown with one of the prize rams imported from Bokhara, Central Asia, native home of the Karakul
[Tugwell successor?, Washington, D.C. Oct. 8. Rumors in Washington have Rexford G. Tugwell shorn of his power in the Resettlement Administration in favor of Lieut. Col. Phillip B. Folming, former PWA official and director of the Passamaquoddy tide-harnessing project. Although RA officials denied a change has been mad, Col. Fleming has brought his secretary and assistants with him to the new job. Col. Fleming has a wide reputation as a technical expert and executive. In 1933 Col. Fleming was assigned personally by President Roosevelt to assist Secretary of the Interior Ickes in setting up the $3,300,000,000 Public Works Administration]
Tugwell successor?, Washington, D.C. Oct. 8. Rumors in Washington have Rexford G. Tugwell shorn of his power in the Resettlement Administration in favor of Lieut. Col. Phillip B. Folming, former PWA official and director of the Passamaquoddy tide-harnessing project. Although RA officials denied a change has been mad, Col. Fleming has brought his secretary and assistants with him to the new job. Col. Fleming has a wide reputation as a technical expert and executive. In 1933 Col. Fleming was assigned personally by President Roosevelt to assist Secretary of the Interior Ickes in setting up the $3,300,000,000 Public Works Administration
Tends to her knitting. Washington, D.C. Oct. 8. While the duties of a United States Senator occupy most of her time, Senator Hattie W. Caraway, of Arkansas, found time during he long adjournment of Congress to catch up with her knitting, at which she is an expert
U.S. census expert finds out ages of persons whose births have not been registered. Washington, D.C., Nov. 27. Statistical data might be dry for most persons but Miss Mary C. Oursler, Official Custodian of Census Records, U.S. Census Bureau, finds it the spice of her job. She is an expert at discovering the ages of persons whose births have not been registered, dig up data in heirship cases as well as for criminal cases in importance. Miss Oursler has been on her present job for the last twenty years. 11/27/37
Checks railroad signal glasses for government. Washington, D.C., Sept. 29. Red should be read and orange should be orange and never should the colors in railroad signal glasses be so near alike as to confuse a trainman. The Government, through Mrs. Geraldine W. Haupt, Color Expert of the National Bureau of Standards, tests all railroad signal glasses to determine if the color value is true and also to see that they conform to certain specifications. 9/29/37
Eckener asks that helium gas be made available to Germany. Washington, D.C., May 25. A plan whereby American helium could be made available to Germany for commercial purposes was discussed today by Dr. Hugo Eckener, (left) German dirigible expert, with Secretary of Commerce Roper, (right) and Assistant Secretary Monroe Johnson. Roper told Eckner he felt sure that such a plan [...] be worked out, 5/25/37
In spotlight as house committee considers tax revision. Washington, D.C., Nov. 4. Lovell Parker, (right) tax expert of the Treasury, appeared before the House Ways and Means Sub-Committee today as it began consideration of a general revision of the Federal Revenue Structure. Parker is shown talking to Rep. Frank H. Buck of California, a member of the committee who reported today that he has found wide-spread opposition to the revision of the undistributed profits tax, chiefly because it prevents new corporations from organizing, hampers expansion by old ones, and fail to provide an exemption cushion for those suffering from debt. 11/4/37
Fed alive to mosquitoes. Washington, D.C., April 24. One of the unsung heroes of the government service is Carroll Smith, research expert in equine fever in the Bureau of Entomology, Department of Agriculture, who since 1927 has allowed himself to be fed alive to a horde of mosquitoes. After a feeding on his arm, Mr. Smith lets the mosquitoes bite an infected guinea pig, after which they are permitted to bite an uninfected one. In this way he ascertains the extent to which mosquitoes transmit disease among horses and cattle. For his purpose the mosquitoes must be pure, says Mr. Smith in explanation of why he lets the insects feed on him instead of taking their bites out of any old animal, 4/24/1937
Senate hears husband of tobacco heiress on monetary problems. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of "In Defense of Capitolism," urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today to grant powers for the Federal Reserve Board to stabilize the dollar and increase the flow of money. At the same time, Cromwell, who is husband of Doris Duke, tobacco heiress, voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8/4/37
Uncle Sam's color expert. Washington, D.C., Sept. 20. Miss Dorothy Nickerson is one person who can't afford to go color-blind. She is the color analyst of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and measures color as a means of grading and standardizing many agricultural products such as cotton, hay, fruits, vegetables, rice, honey, meat, grains, breads and many others. Miss Nickerson is using the special instrument designed by the Department of Agriculture for the measurement of color, in respect to hue, brilliance and chroma, the three elements distinguishing color. Miss Nickerson is measuring the color of cotton in this picture. 9/20/37
U.S. Expert on burnt and mutilated currency. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. For years it has been the duty of Miss Bertha M. Sherfy to pass on the genuineness of the burnt and mutilated currency which is sent to the U.S. Treasury for Redemption. Miss Sherfy says she finds the most difficult currency to identify is that which has been buried underground, expose to water, dampness, etc. Charred money is too easy to identify but currency burned to a gray ash can never be distinguished. An average of three million dollars of this type of money is forwarded to the Treasury for redemption every [...]
Discuss far east war threat with President. Washington D.C. July 15. Worried over the threat of a war between China and Japan, President Roosevelt called several American Diplomatic expert on Far East affairs to the White House today to hear their views on the effect the impending struggle might have on world peace. Norman Davis, (left) American Ambassador-at-large to Europe, and John Van A. MacMurray, new Ambassador to Turkey, are shown as they arrived at the White House. 7/15/37
A congressman's day. 5:30 P.M. An expert athlete, Rep. Thomas takes a daily workout in the house gym to keep in physical shape. Sports are the only hobby of the congressman, 12/31/37
Wants helium gas for Germany. Washington, D.C., May 25. Dr. Hugo Eckener, former commander of the ill-fated Hindenburg, pictured as he discussed the feasibility of obtaining american Helium gas for Germany. Secretary of Commerce Roper with whom Dr. Eckener conferred today assured the dirigible expert that he felt sure a plan could be worked out whereby Germany could get the precious gas for commercial purposes, 5/25/37
Discuss monetary Questions. Washington, D.C., Dec. 3. James H.R. Cromwell, (left) monetary expert and husband of Doris Duke, Tobacco Heiress, discuss monetary questions with Speaker Bankhead and Rep. Wright Patman of Texas, on a visit to the Capital today. 12/3/37
U.S. expert on crop insurance. Washington, D.C., Sept. 21. Considered by agriculture leaders to be the nation's foremost authority on crop insurance, Roy M. Green is now in charge of Division of Agriculture Finance, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 48 years old, Green is a Native of Missouri and a graduate of the U. of Missouri. After teaching Agriculture Economics at his alma mater for a few years he transferred to the Kansas State Agriculture College at Manhattan, Kans., to teach the same subject. In 1934 he was named Vice-President of the Production Credit Corporation at Wichita, a branch of the Farm Credit Administration. Coming to Washington with the Farm Credit Administration in 1935 Green's ability as a crop insurance expert was recognized by Secretary Wallace, who drafted him for his present post. 9/21/37
Money experts. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. Senator Carter Glass, former Secretary of the Treasury and an expert on monetary matters, pictured with Jesse Jones, Chairman of the R.F.C., as both attended the conference today between leaders of the administration and the Senate and House to discuss legislation to be submitted to the new session

Money experts. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. Senator Carter Glass, former ...

Title from unverified data on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec Temp. no... More

Treasury tax study to be ready by November. Washington, D.C., Sept. 21. Following a conference with Herman Oliphant, (left) General Counsel for the U.S. Treasury and also its tax expert, Secretary Morgenthau announced that the Treasury's tax study, which will serve as the basis for new revenue legislation at the next session of Congress, will be ready by November "if the congressional committee is ready to receive it then." 9/21/37
New U.S. Housing chief. Washington, D.C., Oct. 20. Nathan Straus, New York housing expert who was recently named by President Roosevelt to the $10,000 post as Chief of the new U.S. Housing Administration. Straus is a son of the Philanthropist and former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey, 10/20/37
U.S. should set the pace. N.Y. monetary expert. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. Appearing before the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee today, Rene Leon, New York monetary expert, declared that if the U.S. mana[...] currency other powerful nations would quickly see "restoration of an international system of money" "either we must have an international system of money[?] or revert to dark ages," Leon further declared, 8/4/37
A congressman's day. 5:30 P.M. An expert athlete, Rep. Thomas takes a daily workout in the house gym to keep in physical shape. Sports are the only hobby of the congressman, 12/31/37
U.S. only country in position to safely use dirigibles. Eckener. Washington, D.C., May 26. Dr. Hugo Eckner, Germany's dirigible expert told the Senate Military Affairs Committee today that in his opinion the United States is the only country that could safely use dirigibles for war purposes. "With the advantage of having the only large supply of Helium to make the ships safe." Eckener added "that the Zeppelins could easily be used for scouting purposes in view of the country's geographic position with open coast and wide oceans separating you from other countries." He appeared before the committee in efforts to have his country make available a supply of Helium to Germany for commercial purposes, 5/26/37
Middleweight champion expert rope skipper. Washington D.C. July 16. Rope skipping plays an important part in the training program of middleweight champion Freddied Steele, as he prepares for his coming battle on July 20 with Hobo Williams at Griffith Stadium. The championship will be at stake in the fight which is being sponsored by the Variety Club of Washington. 7/16/37
Discuss progress of U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Washington, D.C., April 27. Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.C., (left) Vice President of Georgetown University discusses with Harper Sibley, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the progress the organization has made during the 25 years of its existence. Father Walsh spoke at the meeting today on wor[...] affairs of which he is an expert, 4/27/1937
Congratulations new U.S. Housing chief. Washington, D.C., Oct. 20. Secretary Of Interior Harold Ickes (left) congratulates Nathan Straus, New York Housing expert, on his appointment as Head of the new U.S. Housing Administration. Straus will be responsible for carrying out provisions of the $526,000,000 Wagner Act whereby the new deal hopes to clear city slums and make low cost housing available. Ickes and Straus are shown as they left the White house following a conference with President Roosevelt. 10/20/37
Interesting job with Uncle Sam. Washington, D.C., Oct. 13. One volt after another is all in the day's work for Mrs. L.H. Brickwedde, who is a battery expert for the National Bureau of Standards. Using a potentiometer - or in other words, a standard cell comparator - Miss Brickwedde is shown calibrating standard cells in terms of priority standards of the electro motive force. 10/13/37
Grant more powers to Federal Reserve Board, Cromwell tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. The Federal Reserve Board should be granted the power to 'stabilize the dollar' and increase the flow of money, James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and husband of tobacco heiress Doris Duke, urged as he appeared before a Senate Agriculture Subcommittee today, Cromwell also voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8/4/37
Discuss lighter than air transportation. Washington, D.C., May 25. Dr. Hugo Eckner, Germany's dirigible expert and former commander of the ill-fated Hindenburg, exchanging views on commercial aviation with Fred W. Fagg, Jr., youthful Director of the Bureau of Air Commerce, Department of Commerce. Dr. Eckner, who was a luncheon guest of Secretary Roper today, is in this country endeavoring to get the United States to make available a suppy of helium gas to Germany for commercial purposes, 5/25/37
Second lady expert at making Red Cross bandages. Washington, D.C., May 7. Mrs. John N. Garner, (left) wife of the Vice President, teaches the art of preparing Red Cross bandages to Mrs. James F. Byrnes, wife of the Senator from South Carolina, at a meeting of the Senate Ladies club at the Capitol. Even though her time is well occupied with duties as Secretary to the Vice President, Mrs. Garner seldom misses the weekly meeting and luncheon of the Senate Ladies, 5/7/38
Color expert for Uncle Sam. Washington, D.C., June 20. When it was discovered that color plays an important [role] in marketing of cotton, Miss Dorothy Nickerson, Color Technologist of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, developed a method for measuring the color of raw cotton mechanically. The equipment comprises a comparator, a motor on which to spin standard color discs, the color discs, and standard artificial daylight. When looking through the comparator, the operator sees a circular field, the upper half made up of the color of the cotton and the lower half made up of the disc colors, 6/20/38
Veteran Virginia Senator. Washington, D.C., March 9. Senator Carter Glass, left, veteran legislator from Virginia, seemed to be in a happy frame of mind while having luncheon in the senate restaurant today. He is an expert on monetary matter, 3/9/38
Senate committee hears British expert. Washington, D.C., April 6. Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee this morning, Dr. Harold J. Laskil noted British political scientist, told how King George V of England threatened to "pack" The House of Lords on 1911 to permit extension of the powers of the House of Commons. Laski related than in 1911 when The House of Lords threatened to defeat a measure extending the power of The Commons, King George issued an order that, should the Lord "get out of hand" he would create sufficient Lords to override the opposition, 4/6/38
Tax expert resigns. Washington, D.C., June 11. Senator Pat Harrison (left) bids goodbye to Lovell H. Parker, who has resigned as Chief of Staff of the Joint Congressional Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation to enter private law practice. Senator Harrison, Senate Finance Committee Chairman, termed Parker "the best informed tax authority in the United States," 6/11/38
Hits present unemployment insurance. Washington, D.C., March 17. Appearing before the Senate Unemployment and Relief Committee today, Herman A. Gray, Chairman of the New York Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council, declared that American system of unemployment insurance is cumbersome, complex and confused. He added, the benefit provisions are so complicated they are not readily understood even by the expert.,3/17/38
The guns that protect the President. Washington, D.C., Aug. 2. Members of the White House police force that are taking part in the third annual marksmanship match between officers in the various enforcement services of the Treasury Department. All of them expert marksmen, the President will have no need to worry when these men are on the job, Left to right; J.J. Cash, Earl Reynolds, R.P. Hallion, G. Ford, H.W. Francis, and E.L. Warden, 8/2/38
Discuss far east war situation. Washington, D.C., Jan. 8. Col. Montchen Thomas Tchou, China's first housing expert, discusses the far east situation with Rep. Sam McReynolds, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, at a luncheon at the National Press Club. The luncheon was given for Col. Tchou by Washington Committee for Aid to China, 1/8/38
Hugo Eckner confers with president. Washington, D.C., May 20. Dr. Hugo Eckener, dirigible expert, leaving the White House today with German Ambassador Hans Heinrich Dieckhoff following a conference with President Roosevelt. Eckener would reveal no details of his conference, except to say that he talked about helium to the Chief Executive, 5/20/38
New tax expert for U.S. Treasury Washington, D.C., June 1. Boy Blough, recently appointed to the newly created post of Director of Tax Research for the United States Treasury Department, today assumed his new duties. He was former Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, Graduate School of Public Administration, of the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Blough was at one time Chief statistician of the Wisconsin in State Tax Commission, 6/1/38
Senate Finance Chairman and Treasury expert go into last minute huddle. Washington, D.C., March 17. Senate Finance Committee [...] Pat Harrison, (left) went into a last-[minute] conference with Lovell H. Parker, Treasury [...] , just before the Committee held its first [...] hearing today. Parker was continually at Harrison's side during the questioning of [...] at the hearing, 3/17/38
Discusses Wall Street reforms with Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. Paul Shields, New York Utilities expert, shown leaving the White House after conferring with President Roosevelt in relation to Wall Street reforms growing out of the Richard Whitney case. Shields, recommends greater safeguards for brokerage customer funds, 10/29/38
Hayes office General Counsel protests Neely Bill to regulate movie sales. Washington, D.C., April 3. Charles C. Pettijohn, general counsel for the Hayes office, movieland's self-censoring group, was on of the first witnesses before the Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee which heard actor Robert Montgomery this morning. Gesturing wildly, he eloquently pleaded against passage of Senator Neely's bill to prohibit 'block booking' and 'blind selling', movie trade practices which remove theater owner's choice in selecting his movie bill. He offered to bring Walt Disney before the Committee to prove the disastrous effects of the bill if made law, saying that the biggest hits are seldom expected by either producers or theater managers. General Hollywood expert opinion was that 'Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs' would never sell, he said. 4-3-39
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