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Capt. Marvin, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.
Capt. Marvin, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.
Capt. Marvin, American Civil War Photograph, Glass Negative.
Payne, Marvin E - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
Marvin, Tom - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Marvin, Tom - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light A...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Volunteer Organizations During the American Civil War

map from "Colonel Grodekoff's Ride from Samarcand to Herat ... [Translated] by C. Marvin"

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map from "Colonel Grodekoff's Ride from Samarcand to Herat ... [Translated] by C. Marvin"

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Johnny Marvin with guitar
At farm conference. Washington D.C. Opening a conference with more than 50 Farm leaders to frame a long-term federal farm program, Secretary of Agriculture is shown with Congressional Agricultural leaders, Senator Ellison D. Smith, Democrat of South Carolina, and Rep. Marvin Jones, Democrat of Texas. (right)
Thos. O. Marvin
Marvin Mazel, Eliz. Lennox, W.A. Brophy, Marie Tiffany
Finalists in Young Republicans' oratorial contest draw for places. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Seven Young Republicans from scattered parts of the country, who will compete tonight in the finals of the Young Republican National Federation nationwide 15,000 dollar oratorial contest, were received by Chairman John Hamilton today at the Republican National Committee headquarters. Chairman Hamilton is holding the hat while the youngsters draw for the positions they will occupy on the platform when the finals get underway at the Willard Hotel. Standing, left to right: Paul C. Lentx, Washington, D.C.; Marvin J. Bertoch, Salt Lake City; Donald H. Sharp, Manhattan, Kansas; Raymond S. Morris, Cleveland, Ohio; Burke P. Ferguson, Cullowhee, N.C.; John Janson, Pheonix, Ariz.; George B. Norris, New Haven, Conn.; and Dale M. Nordquist, Grand Forks, N.D. Seated with Chairman Hamilton is Donald W. Hornbeck, chairman of the Young Republican National Federation
Canadian Prime Minister arrives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Prime Minister MacKenzie King of Canada leaving Union Station upon his arrival today with Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Presidential Secretary of State Marvin McIntyre, center
Discuss cotton export program. Washington, D.C., July 13. In the spotlight at today's conference of Cotton Trade and Textile Industry Representatives were Will Clayton, left, of Anderson-Clayton Co., Houston Texas; Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, and Rep. Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee. Wallace told the conferees that he believed a cotton export program should be put into effect immediately
Canadian Prime Minister arrives for signing of Canadian-American treaty. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Secretary of State Cordell Hull greeted MacKenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, upon his arrival in Washington today for the signing of the U.S.-Canada Trade Treaty. In the photograph, left to right - Col. E.M. Watson, White House military aide - Presidential Secretary Ary Marvin McIntyre - Minister MacKenzie King, and Secretary Hull
Marvin Hughitt, portrait bust
Sgt. Marvin F. Scott
Marvin H. Lewis
S.E. Marvin
Cherry pie for the President. Washington D.C. July 8. The cherry queen of the National Cherry Festival Miss Eliene Lyon, of Traverse City, Mich. Today presented to the president this huge cherry pie. The pie was received for the President by his secretary Marvin McIntyre, on the left is Senator Prentiss Brown of Michigan, who accompanied Miss Lyon to the White House.
Jefferson, Marvin - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Second Battalion, Cavalry, A-La - Maryland

Jefferson, Marvin - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Second Battalion, Cav...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Marvin, W B - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Fifth Cavalry Hi-Mc

Marvin, W B - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Fifth Caval...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Marvin, W D - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Fifth Cavalry Hi-Mc

Marvin, W D - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Fifth Caval...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Jones, Marvin - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi First Light Artillery, Ho-K

Jones, Marvin - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi First Light ...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Marvin, J A - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Seventeenth (Sixth) Battalion, Cavalry

Marvin, J A - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Seventeenth...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

MARVIN, CLOYD HEEK. DOCTOR
JONES, MARVIN. HONORABLE - Harris & Ewing, Studio Portrait
MARVIN, CLOYD HEEK. DOCTOR
JONES, MARVIN. HONORABLE - Harris & Ewing, Studio Portrait
Marvin M.E. Church
Marvin, Chief of Weather Bureau
Marvin, Chief of Weather Bureau
Marvin, Chief of Weather Bureau
Truants selling papers at Jefferson and Washington 11 A.M. Monday, May 9th, 1910. Smallest boy is Marvin Adams, 2637 Washington Ave. Said he got his papers "off'n de other feller."  Location: St. Louis, Missouri.
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
C.P. Marvin

C.P. Marvin

Photo shows Charles Frederick Marvin (1858-1943), American meteorologist and chief of the US Weather Bureau in 1913. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
Night Work! Group of boys, all working in Massey Hosiery Mills, Columbus, Ga. Most of them had been working all day and had an hour for supper and were going back into the mill (6:00 P.M.) to work until 8 P.M. as they have done several nights this week and for some time past. I found 4 ten year olds and several of 11 and 12 working in the evenin[g] after supper and they said it was a regular thing. Ferrell [i.e., Terrell?] Butler, 10 yrs old, 1114 21st St., been working off and on 1 yr. Marvin Williams, 11 yrs. old been working 1 yr. part of the time at night. Lawrence Webb, 12 yrs. Old. Jack Wright, 15[?] yrs. working [3] yrs., co]uldn't write his ow[n] name. Are working nights now, as well as the following who were not in these photos. Gordon Stone, 10 yrs. old. Rufus Matthews, 10 yrs. old, works before and after school and nights some. Lives 1171 [27th?] Street, and Harry McElroy, 10 yrs. old night [...]  Location: Columbus, Georgia.
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
NAT. ADVISORY COMM. FOR AERONAUTICS. REAR ROW: CAPT. H.C. RICHARDSON, NAVAL CONSTRUCTION; PROF. JOHN F. HAYFORD; ADM. MARK BRISTOL; COL. SAMUEL REBER. FRONT: PROF. WILLIAM F. DURAND; DR. S.W. STRATTON; GEN. GEORGE P. SCRIVEN; DR. CHARLES F. MARVIN; M.I. PUFIN
NAT. ADVISORY COMM. FOR AERONAUTICS. REAR ROW: CAPT. H.C. RICHARDSON, NAVAL CONSTRUCTION; PROF. JOHN F. HAYFORD; ADM. MARK BRISTOL; COL. SAMUEL REBER. FRONT: PROF. WILLIAM F. DURAND; DR. S.W. STRATTON; GEN. GEORGE P. SCRIVEN; DR. CHARLES F. MARVIN; M.I. PUFIN
NAT. ADVISORY COMM. FOR AERONAUTICS. REAR ROW: CAPT. H.C. RICHARDSON, NAVAL CONSTRUCTION; PROF. JOHN F. HAYFORD; ADM. MARK BRISTOL; COL. SAMUEL REBER. FRONT: PROF. WILLIAM F. DURAND; DR. S.W. STRATTON; GEN. GEORGE P. SCRIVEN; DR. CHARLES F. MARVIN; M.I. PUFIN
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK, CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934. AT DESK
American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Langdon P. Marvin of New York, Deputy Commisioner for Great Britain of the American Red Cross. Major Marvin is a New York Lawyer, and is also President of various Harvard bodies, including the Harvard Club of New York. He is affectionately known to his colleagues in the Red Cross as the "Chief of Staff."

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Langdon P. Marvin of New York, D...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - I thru M

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers from England, France, and Italyin conference at London headquarters. Back row, left to right: Lieut. Richard Emmet of Harvard, assistant to the Chief of Staff at London; Maj. Charles M. Bakewell of Yale, now deputy commissionerto Italy; Major L.P. Marvin of New York, deputy commissioner to Great Britain. Front row, left to right: Maj. W.S. Patten, Maj. James H. Perkins, Lt. Col. R.P. Perkins, Major Ralph Preston

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers from England...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners to Great Britain, France and Italy. On the steps of the London Headquarters, 32 Grosvenor Gardens. In the front row left to right: Maj. William S. Patten, Deputy Commissioner to Great Britain, Maj. Jas. S. Perkins, Head of the American Red Cross in Europe, Col. Robert P. Perkins, commissioner to Italy, Maj. Ralph Preston. Back row: Major Charles M. Bakewell, Maj, Langdon Sec. Marvin of the Harvard Club of New York

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners to Grea...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. DEAD LETTER MAIL, SUPT. MARVIN McLEAN AND MRS. CLARA R.A. NELSON
HARGRAVE BOX KITE. AIRPLANE TARGET AT FORTRESS MONROE; MODIFIED HARGRAVE BOX KITE, INCORPORATING IMPROVEMENTS BY MARVIN, CLAYTON, AND FERGUSSON; USED BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU FOR RAISING FORECASTING INSTRUMENTS
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
MARVIN, CHARLES FREDERICK. CHIEF, WEATHER BUREAU, 1913-1934
Dr. Marvin, Chief, United States Weather Service. Dr. Marvin seated at desk
Dr. Marvin, Chief, United States Weather Service. Dr. Martin seated profile at desk
Dr. Marvin, Chief, United States Weather Service. Dr. Marvin seated at desk
[John Marvin Jones, representative from Texas, head-and-shoulders portrait]

[John Marvin Jones, representative from Texas, head-and-shoulders port...

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress).

Thos. O. Marvin, Boston
Thos. O. Marvin, Boston
Marvin H. Sperry, 12/22/23
Chas. F. Marvin (Weather [...]) 6/23
Prof. C.F. Marvin, Chief of Weather Bureau
Sec. Gore, R.H. Weightman forecaster and Prof. C.F. Marvin, Chief of Bu.
Prof. Chas. F. Marvin, Chief of U.S. Weather Bureau, with recording mercurial barograph, an instrument made and perfected by the bureau under his supervision, measuring on a magnified scale the fluctuations in the pressure of the air
Weather Bureau, Sec. Gore and Prof. Marvin, map of bu. stations
Weather Bureau, Prof. Marvin, Sec. Gore with barograph
Troupe at Dresden, Germany (standing extreme right: Marvin, OK.) - Bureau of Indian Affairs
Brains of Aeronautic World represented on National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics is photographed in Washington the other day when they met at the Navy Department. The duties of the Committee, as provided by Congress, are to supervise and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight, with a view to their practical solution. In the photograph, left to right: G.W. Lewis; Charles G. Abbet, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution; Orville Wright, Inventor of the airplane; Commander John H. Towers; U.S.N., here of the first trans-atlantic flight in 1919; Joseph S. Amos, Chairman; Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois, first U.S. Army Aviator; William P. MacCracken, former Secretary of Commerce for Aviation; Charles F. Marvin, Chief U.S. Weather Bureau; David W. Taylor, Vice Chairman. Standing is John F. Victory, Secretary
MacDonald receives honorary degree from George Washington University. Ramsey MacDonald with President Cloyd Hock Marvin of George Washington University after Great Britain's Prime Minister received an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the University
L to r: Mayor F. LaGuardia, Marvin McIntyre [White House, Washington, D.C.]
Roosevelt's stand-in. Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to President Roosevelt, attends the birthday ball at the Shoreham Hotel as his chief remained at the White House to deliver a radio address. He is here greeting Rep. and Mrs. John J. O'Connor, D. of N.Y., at the left of the picture. 1/30/35
The Jones boys. Jesse Jones, chairman of the RFC, left, is surprised by Rep. Marvin Jones, also of Texas, and the RFC head waited around the Capitol as action was taken on the extension of the RFC. Rep. Jones is Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, CAPT. WILSON BROWN, LEFT, AND MARVIN McINTYRE
Michigan Peach Queen at White House. Miss Marion [...], Fort Huron, Mich., Peach Queen, [...] at the White House with a basket of peaches for President Roosevelt. Marvin McIntyre, one of the secretaries, accepts the peaches. 8/26/35
CAPT. WILSON BROWN, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AND MARVIN McINTYRE
Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, Marvin McIntyre (Sec. to Pres.) Rep. William J. Sears. 1935
Cake for the president. This birthday cake, a gift to President Roosevelt, is received for the Chief Executive by his Secretary, Marvin McIntyre, center. From the left: Pennsylvania State Senator Anthony Cavalcante, Mrs. J. Buell Snyder, wife of the Congressman; Sec. McIntyre, Miss Signe Osteberg, and Rep. J. Buell Snyder, D. of Pa. 1/30/35
BELATED VALENTINE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARVIN McINTYRE, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY, RECEIVES A BELATED VALENTINE FOR HIS CHIEF FROM TENNESSEE. FROM THE LEFT: DR. P. A. LYON, PRESIDENT OF STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, MURFREESBORO, TN; McINTYRE; FLORENCE COX; AND REP. J.R. MITCHELL (D-TN), WHO SUPERVISED THE PRESENTATION
PRESIDENT TOSSES OUT FIRST BALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 14. THE LID WAS OFFICIALLY PRIED OFF THE 1936 BASEBALL SEASON IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOSSED OUT THE FIRST BALL TO START HOSTILITIES BETWEEN THE SENATORS AND THE NEW YORK YANKEES. IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: SECRETARY MARVIN McINTYRE; FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; JOE McCARTHY, YANKEE MANAGER; BUCKEY HARRIS, SENATOR'S LEADER; CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB; AND WILLIAM HARRIDGE, PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
ROOSEVELT GETS ANOTHER PICTURE. MARVIN McINTYRE, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY, IN BEHALF OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ACCEPTS THE CHARCOAL DRAWING OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE DONE BY JOHN WICK DANIEL, III, GRANDSON OF THE LATE SEN. JOHN DANIEL OF VIRGINIA. THIS DRAWING WAS USED AS A COVER ON THE FIRST ISSUE OF 'YOUNG DEMOCRAT' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB. FROM THE LEFT: J. RAYNINAN, CHARLES BORDA, MISS OLLIE FLOYD, McINTYRE, DANIEL III, MARGARET O'BRIEN, LEO DOCKSTETER, AND HYMAN GOODBINDER
Trout flown to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 21. Erdorn W. Wood, 57 year old sportsman went to Mystery Pond, New Hampshire, swished 29 trout from its 75-foot dept and started to Washington and President Roosevelt with the catch. His newly constructed glass-bottomed boat drifted on the pond during a rain storm, while Wood, depending solely on fly-casting, hooked the Presidential meal. The trout measured from 9 to 16 inches. Left to right: Spencer Treherne, the pilot; Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President who received the fish for the President; and Erdorn Wood, the fisherman, 5/21/1937
Representatives of Farm group before House Agriculture Committee. Washington D.C. July 27. Congressional sponsors placed before the House Agriculture Committee their hopes for a farm price stabilization bill for this session. They said that immediate legislation is necessary to prevent excessive surpluses and low prices in 1939. Left to right: John D. Miller, President of the National Cooperative Council; Edward A. O'Neal, president of the American Farm Bureau; Rep. Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee; Edward F. Kennedy, Brenckman of the National Grange. 7/27/37
President receives ice cream. Washington, D.C., April 17. Sec. to the President Marvin Mcintyre received a huge ice cream cake from the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers at the White House today. This is for "ice cream week" for the nation from April 18th to April 24th. Left to right: Patricia Spellacy, age 13; Caroline Martin, age 12; Jean Engleback, age 13; Virginia Moeller, age 13; Robt. O. Ribben, Secretary to the above organization; George L. Smith; Ernest H. Daniel; and Marvin H. McIntyre Secretary to the President who received the cake for the president, 4/17/1937
Indian Princess invites President Grand Council Washington D.C. June 28. Dressed in full regalia, Princess White Deer, extended an invitation to President Roosevelt at the White House today to attend the Six Nations Iroquis Grand Indian Council July 5 at St. Regis Reservation. The Princess; who is shown with Presidential Secretary Marvin H. McIntyre said the Indian powwow will be the first time Iroquis Indians have held their council since pre-revolutionary days. 6/28/37
PRESIDENT OPENS 1937 BASEBALL SEASON. WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 19. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRIED OFF THE LID OF THE 1937 BASEBALL SEASON IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN HE THREW OUT THE FIRST BALL TO START THE GAME BETWEEN THE WASHINGTON SENATORS AND THE PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MARVIN H. McINTYRE, SECRETARY TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; CLARK C. GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON CLUB; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; CONNIE MACK, MANAGER OF PHILADELPHIA; AND BUCKY HARRIS, WASHINGTON LEADER
House agriculture committee decides on new production control plan. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. A production control plan based on [...] instead of marketing quotas as asked by Secretary Wallace was decided on by the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Cotton. Rep. Hampton P. Fuller subcommittee chairman, (center) proposed the which received full endorsement of Chairman Marvin Jones of the full committee. Left to right: Rep. Clifford R. Hope, Republican of Kansas and minority leader on Agriculture Committee; Rep. Hampton Fulmer of South Carolina; and Rep. Marvin Jones, 11-16-37
Marvin McIntyre, accepting cape from Polish boy scouts for the president
Congressional farm leaders compare notes. Washington, D.C., Jan. 5. Leading exponents of farm legislation in the House and Senate met at the Capitol today to compare notes on the progress made so far. Left to right: Senator James P. Pope of Idaho; Rep. Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee; Senator John H. Bankhead of Alabama; Senator Ellison D. Smith, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, 1/5/38
President gets huge invitation to attend National Rally of young democrats. Washington, D.C., June 14. The state of Washington extends their invitations in a big way if the one pictured here, inviting President Roosevelt to attend the national Rally of Young Democrats Clubs of America at Seattle July 14, 15, 16, is a sample. The entire congressional delegation from Washington, led by Senators Schwellenbach and Homer T. Bone, Charles H. Shreve, Executive Secretary of Young Democrats; Presidential Secretary Marvin H. McIntyre, Rep. Martin F. Smith, Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach, Rep. Charles H. Leavy, and Rep. Knute Hill, 6/14/38
Ladies of the White House secretariat. Washington, D.C., Feb. 19. Headed by Miss Margaret "Missy" Lehand, personal secretary to President Roosevelt, these girl secretaries play an important part behind the scenes at the White House. They hail from five states and include brunettes, redheads, and blondes, with scatterings of iron-gray. In the front row, seated, left to right: Miss Robert Barrows, Secretary to Marvin H. McIntyre; Miss Grace Tully, to whom President Roosevelt dictates his speeches, State papers, etc.; Miss Marguerite Lehand; Miss Margaret Durand, Secretary to James Roosevelt; Miss Mary Eben, who cares for and catalogs the President's personal books and the White House Library. Back row, left to right: Paual Larabee takes care of the President's personal files and looks up things; Toinette [?] Bachelder, Assistant Secretary to Marvin McIntyre; Mabel Williams, Secretary to Bill Hassett, Steve Early's Assistant; Katherine Gilligan, Assistant in James Roosevelt's office; Prudence Shannon, Secretary to Stephen T. Early; Lucile Lewis handles much of the White House mail, routes it to Government Departments and Agencies for answer when necessary; Louise Hackmeister was brought from Albany to operate the White House switchboard, the first woman to ever man this important line of communication; and Lela Stiles, who assists Miss Lewis in handling the White House mail, 2/19/38
"Gridiron Widows" revel at White House party. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. While President Roosevelt was guest of the Gridiron Club at the annual winter dinner tonight, Mrs. Roosevelt played host to the 'Gridiron Widows' at the White House. Women government officials, newspaper women, wives of Gridiron Club members, and wives of guests at Gridiron Dinner, were at the White House party. President Roosevelt's fondness for detective stories resulting in the Presidential Secretaries, Marvin McIntyre and Stephen T. Early remaining late on the job, was satirized in this skit presented by members of the Women's National Press Club. Betty Hines plays 'Steve Early', Corrine Frazier as 'Mac' McIntyre and Esther Van Wagoner Tufty as President Roosevelt, 12/17/38
Marvin McIntyre, Sec. to the Pres.
Congressional milking contest declared draw. Washington, D.C., June 9. The four congressmen competing for mlking championship of the 75th Congress today on the Capitol plaza deserted their cows to make speeches when the discovered a microphone nearby. Halting the contest in mid-squirt, Rep. Marvin Jones, acting as referee, declared it a draw after the contestants could show no more than a pint of milk for ten minutes of effort. Left to right: Rep. harry R. Sheppard, Calif.; Rep. Gerald J. Boileau, Wisconsin; Rep. Walter M. Pierce, Oregan; Rep. harold Knutson, Minnesota. Radio announcer Lee Everett holding the mike[mic], 6/9/38
"McIntyre meets the Ladies" Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Three of Washington's loveliest meet the Secretary to the president, and are shown thru the White House. The girls have been competing for the title of Miss Washington, and Miss Dorothy Parker, left; won. Next Marvin McIntyre, Nadine Petrrey, 2nd place, and Miss Toni Mann, who placed third, Miss Parker will take part in the nation wide contest to be held in Atlantic City Labor Day, for the title of Miss America, she weighs 112 lbs, and is 5 feet 4 inches tall, and is 18 years old, 8/4/38
Finalists in Young Republicans Oratorical Contest draw for places. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Seven Young Republicans from scattered parts of the country, who will compete tonight in the finals of the Young Republican National Federation Nationwide 15,000 Dollar oratorical contest, were received by Chairman John Hamilton today at the Republican National Committee Headquarters. Chairman Hamilton is holding the hat while the youngsters draw for the positions they will occupy on the platform when the finals get underway at the Willard Hotel. Standing, left to right - Paul C. Lentex, Washington, D.C.; Marvin J. Bertoch, Salt Lake City; Donald H. Sharp, Manhattan, Kansas; Raymond D. Morris, Cleveland, Ohio; Burke P. Ferguson, Cullowhee, N.C.; John Janson, Phoenix, Ariz.; George B. Norris, New Haven, Conn.; and Dale M. Nordquist, Grand Forks, N.D. seated with Chairman Hamilton is Donald W. Hornbeck, Chairman of the Young Republican National Federation, 11/1/38
Beauty contest winners visit the White House. Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President greets Miss Dorothy Parker, of Washington, DC, winner of the beauty contest held in Washington annually. 18yrs old, she weighs 112lbs, and is 5 feet, 4 inches, in height, Miss Parker, will compete for the title of Miss America in Atlantic City Labor Day, 8/4/38
White House secretary "works out" at Alfalfa Club outing. Frederick, Md. June 4. Presidential Secretary Marvin H. McIntyre found time to get in a little real "bag punching" as he relaxed with members of Congress and other high government officials at [...] Alfalfa Club outing today on the estate of [...] E. Himes near here, 6/4/38
Congressional cow milker fold in the stretch. Washington, D.C., June 9. Rep. Harold Knutson, Republican of Minnesota, competing for the milking championship of the 75th Congress with three other representatives today on the Capitol plaza; started off with the grace of an electric milker. However, he folded with the rest of the solons after 10 minutes of effort produced no more than a pint. Rep. Marvin Jones, referee, declared the contest a draw, 6/9/38
Secretary of Agriculture confers with Congressional cotton bloc. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace today conferred with members of the Congressional Cotton Bloc regarding plans for reducing the cotton surplus held under government loans. Senators were unable to reach a final agreement upon a plan which would permit farmers to retire cotton from loan in lieu of planting compatible acreage. Wallace is picture with Rep. Marvin Jones, left, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, and Senator Ellison 'Cotton Ed' Smith, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee
Texas All-American demonstrates his art to Presidential Secretary. Washington, D.C., Jan. 9. In Washington to receive the Walter Camp Memorial Award from the Touchdown Club tonight, Davy O'Brien, Texas Christian's All-American passer, used a newsmen's camera to try to demonstrate his technique to Presidential Secretary Marvin H. McIntyre at the White House, 1/9/39
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