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Cuneiform tablet: fragment of a witness list and date formula
Cuneiform tablet: fragment of the witness list of a contract
Cuneiform tablet: fragment of the witness list of a contract (?)
Cuneiform tablet: fragment of a witness list and date formula
Cuneiform tablet: fragment of the witness list of a contract (?)
Cuneiform tablet: fragment of the witness list of a contract

Cuneiform tablet: fragment of the witness list of a contract

Mesopotamia, probably from Babylon (modern Hillah)

These presents witness, that we the subscribers, as neighbours and friends do mutually agree to the following articles. [1724].
State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In council of war, March 12, 1779 ... a true copy: witness, William Coddington, Clerk. Providence: Printed by John Carter.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In council of war, M...

Evans 16498.; 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 164, Folder 19a.

Proofs of the corruption of Gen. James Wilkinson and of his connection with Aaron Burr : with a full refutation of his slanderous allegations in relation to the character of the principal witness against him
Cross examination of a witness in a case of crim con, British Cartoon Print

Cross examination of a witness in a case of crim con, British Cartoon ...

British cartoon showing lawyer saying, to woman, "The lady cried out murder you say - now madam - look at his lordship and tell me on your oath - did she cry out, murder? - or further? - answer that question." ... More

Lines, on the death of Asa L. Payne, aged 20 years, who lost his life in attempting to give the alarm of fire by ringing the bell at Waterville, Oneida County, N. Y. Dec. 22, 1838, written by a witness of the scene.

Lines, on the death of Asa L. Payne, aged 20 years, who lost his life ...

Verse. 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 118, Folder 35.

pharaonic from "The Monuments of Egypt: or Egypt a witness for the Bible ... Second Edition, revised and enlarged"

pharaonic from "The Monuments of Egypt: or Egypt a witness for the Bib...

This image has been taken from scan 000082 from "The Monuments of Egypt: or Egypt a witness for the Bible ... Second Edition, revised and enlarged". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated... More

Scene in a New Hampshire court.--General Pierce examining a witness. Scene in a New Hampshire village.--Pierce the good Samaritan

Scene in a New Hampshire court.--General Pierce examining a witness. S...

Two humorous incidents supposedly from the life of Franklin Pierce. On the left, a repartee wherein Pierce, the distinguished trial lawyer, is embarrassed by an ignorant witness. Armed with pages of notes, Pie... More

The Quaker gun, now on exhibition, was brought from the rebel works at Manassas, and wishing the public to witness the artillery used by the aforesaid rebels, it will be exhibited for a few days only at the old "Press" office, 417 Chestnut Stree

The Quaker gun, now on exhibition, was brought from the rebel works at...

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 157, Folder 30.

[A valuation on Larens, a slave, by a witness who knew him; December 4, 1864.]
Glory to the grand architect of the universe. The W. Lodge of St. John No. 2, regularly constituted under the auspices of the Grand Orient of Malta, to all Freemasons over the globe, greeting, strength & union ... In witness whereof, done and de
witness box from "Ballads of the Bench and Bar; or, Idle Lays of the Parliament House. [Edited by J. B. Paul and J. J. Reid.]"

witness box from "Ballads of the Bench and Bar; or, Idle Lays of the P...

This image has been taken from scan 000104 from "Ballads of the Bench and Bar; or, Idle Lays of the Parliament House. [Edited by J. B. Paul and J. J. Reid.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been... More

Skattmansö herrgård med omgivande park, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888, Henri Ostis Fotografi Atelier

Skattmansö herrgård med omgivande park, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888,...

Skattmansö herrgård med omgivande park, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888

Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland  1888, Henri Ostis Fotografi Atelier

Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888, Henri Ostis Fotog...

Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888

Utsikt från Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888, Henri Ostis Fotografi Atelier

Utsikt från Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888, Henri ...

Utsikt från Skattmansö herrgård, Vittinge socken, Uppland 1888

Porträtt av Anders Johan Hjälm. Son till livgrenadjären Nils Johan Hjelm och Maja Stina Samuelsdotter, vid tiden för sonens nedkomst boende i Korsnäs grenadjärtorp på Gärstad ägor i Rystad socken. Efter studier gift 1877 med stockholmsfödda Hilma, född Samuelsson. Paret förenades efter giftemålet i Arnö, där Hjälm erhållit tjänst som vice komminister. Året därpå flyttade makarna till  Alfta efter att Hjälm blivit utsedd till kapells- och brukspredikant i Svabenverks kapellsförsamling i Alfta socken. Från 1890 var de kyrkoherdepar i Vittinge, Uppsala län.

Porträtt av Anders Johan Hjälm. Son till livgrenadjären Nils Johan Hje...

Porträtt av Anders Johan Hjälm. Son till livgrenadjären Nils Johan Hjelm och Maja Stina Samuelsdotter, vid tiden för sonens nedkomst boende i Korsnäs grenadjärtorp på Gärstad ägor i Rystad socken. Efter studier... More

advertisement from "The Witness Box; or, the murder of Mr. A. B. C. ([A novel.] Seventh thousand.)"

advertisement from "The Witness Box; or, the murder of Mr. A. B. C. ([...

This image has been taken from scan 000230 from "The Witness Box; or, the murder of Mr. A. B. C. ([A novel.] Seventh thousand.)". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created... More

Porträtt av fru Hilma Hjälm. Vid tiden för bilden gift med kapells- och brukspredikant i Svabenverks kapellsförsamling i Alfta socken. Från 1890 var de kyrkoherdepar i Vittinge, Uppsala län.

Porträtt av fru Hilma Hjälm. Vid tiden för bilden gift med kapells- oc...

Porträtt av fru Hilma Hjälm. Vid tiden för bilden gift med kapells- och brukspredikant i Svabenverks kapellsförsamling i Alfta socken. Från 1890 var de kyrkoherdepar i Vittinge, Uppsala län.

NLRB member and Chairman of House NLRB Investigating Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Before taking the stand as the first witness before the House NLRB Investigating Committee today, William M. Leiserson, right, member of the National Labor Relations Board, talked 'off-the-record with Rep. Howard W. Smith, Chairman of the Committee'
$119,000,000,000 lost to American wage earners during nine years of unemployment. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Questioned by Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, right, Co-chairman of the Joint Monopoly Committee, Isador Lubin, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U.S. Depart. Of Labor, explains with a special chart how American wage and salary earners have lost $119,000,000,000 during nine years of unemployment. Lubin was the first witness before the Committee, Joint Legislative-Executive Body Created to Study Economic Ills and Recommend Remedial Legislation
Dies and star witness. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Rep. Martin Dies, left, Chairman of the House Committee Investigating Un-American Activities, in a huddle with William C. McCuistion, his Dies star witness, who was recently arrested for New Orleans authorities on a murder charge. Dies has announced that he will personally investigate the charges brought against McCuistion in New Orleans
Dorothy Detzer backs NYE-Clark-Bone Bill on neutrality aid rejects Pittman's Washington, D.C., May 4. Dorothy Detzer, representing the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom was a witness this afternoon before the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs. She endorsed a neutrality bill by Senators NYE, Clark of Missouri, and Bone which removes presidential discretion from neutrality legislation. She said her organization could not endorse the Pittman cash-and-carry neutrality plan. She defined neutrality as '...abstention from hostile acts...and abstention from changing the policies of the government for the benefit of one belligerent or the other after the war has begun'
Before Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 13. George D. Woods, President of the First Boston Corporation, Boston, Mass., was a witness today before the National Monopoly Committee
Mrs. Clare C. Lowerie, Thaw case witness
Former head of New York Stock Exchange before Senate Committee. Washington D.C. Richard Whitney; former President of the New York Stock Exchange, was the first witness as the Senate Committee investigating railroad financing reopened hearings today. After testifying of his buying activity in Alleghany Corporation stock, a Van Swerigan holding company, Whitney proposed adoption of a rule preventing exchange Governors from passing on listing of new stock in which they or their business firms have an underwriting interest. He defended past practices of exchange officials, including himself, of passing on acceptability for listing of issues in which they were persoanlly interested
John W. Barriger, 3rd, Chief of Railroad Div., Reconstruction Finance Corp., as witness before the Monopoly Investigating Comm.
No possibility of monopoly in milk distribution, witness tells Monopoly Investigating Committee. Washington, D.C., May 3. 'There is not and cannot be a monopoly in milk distribution,' Thomas H. McInnerney, President of the National Products Corporation, today told the National Monopoly Investigating Committee at the Capitol. He testified as the first witness in a new phase of hearings in which the Committee seeks to give business and industry opportunity to answer charges of monopolistic tendencies
James Roosevelt before Tax Evasion Committee. Washington D.C., July 13. James Roosevelt, the President's son and Secretary appeared unexpectedly today before Joint Congressional Committee on Tax Evasion to deny "emphatically" assertions by Rep. Hamilton Fish, R. of New York that he has used tax law loopholes. Roosevelt said "I want to say that neither now nor at any time have I had any connection with any foreign personal holding company." Roosevelt is shown as he made the statements on the witness stand [...]
As monopoly investigation opened. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. First witness before the Joint Committee Investigating Monopolies today was Isador Lubin, left, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor, who is pictured with Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, Co-chairman of the Committee. Lubin told the Committee that American wage earners have lost $119,000,000,000 during nine years of unemployment
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
Columbia professor endorses Thomas Amendment. Washington, D.C., May 8. Dr. James T. Shotwell, Columbia University Professor, witness before the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, today endorsed the Thomas Amendment of the Neutrality Act which would permit designation of the aggressor nations and application of economic pressure. He said, 'the time for the determination of policy is now; it should not be left for emergency legislation in the hour of crisis'
Terrorism witness before Senate. Washington, D.C. Jan. 15. Yelverton Cowherd, of Birmingham, Ala. testified today before La Follette's Committee on Civil Liberties that he was retained as Chairman of a "Special Americanization Committee" of the American Legion. He also testified that Walter J. Hanna was seen on the day of the flogging of Joseph Gelders in the reign of terror in Alabama. Photo shows Cowheard on the stand. Left to right are: Senator Elbert D. Thomas of Utah; Sen. Robert M. La Follette, Jr., or Wis. Chairman of [the] Committee; and Yelverton Cowherd
S.R.O. sign out as Monopoly Committee opens hearings. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Standing room only was the order today as the Temporary Economic Committee, Joint Legislative-Executive Body Created to Study Economic Ills and Recommend Legislation, opened public hearings at the Capitol today. Isador Lubin, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor, was the first witness. In left center of picture can be seen Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney and Rep. Hatton Sumners, CO- Chairman
Son of President Roosevelt before Tax Evasion Committee. Washington D.C., July 13. James Roosevelt, son and Secretary of President Roosevelt, who appeared before the Join Congressional Tax Evasion Committee today to deny "emphatically" assertions by Rep. Hamilton Fish, R. of New York that he has used tax law loopholes, Roosevelt is shown surrounded by newpapermen just before taking the witness stand
Government insured loans a 'desirable first step' says Jerome Frank of S.E.C. Washington, D.C., June 2. SEC Chairman Jerome Frank making his initial appearance before a Senate Committee since his advancement to the Chairmanship, today appeared as witness before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee to endorse government insured loans as a 'desirable first step toward enabling local banking institutions to fill a gap in the financing of small business.' The bill was proposed by Sen. James E. Mead, and proposes that the RFC insure up to 90 percent of the loans made by private banking institutions
President of Railroad Association appears as witness before Interstate Committee. Washington, D.C., May 10. Judge R.V. Fletcher, President of the American Association of Railroads, who was the principal witness today before a Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee on a pending railroad bankruptcy bill
Steel magnates take oath before testifying at monopoly committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 6. First witness before the National Monopoly Investigating Committee this afternoon were, left to right: H.L. Hughes, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President of U.S. Steel Corp., and Robert Gregg, President, Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Praises work of TVA in combating disease. Washington, D.C., Nov. 15. Surgeon General Thomas Parran was the first witness today as the Joint Congressional Committee Investigating the Tennessee Valley Authority resumed it's public hearing at the Capitol. While praising the TVA for the work it has done in combating disease, Dr. Parran termed the south 'the nation's no. 1 health problem.' He said the south had the 'fewest physicians' per capita, the fewest hospitals, and the highest death rate
First witness before House NLRB Investigating Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Appearing as the first witness, William M. Leiserson, NLRB member, was sharply questioned by the House NLRB Investigating Committee as it opened public hearings today. Leiserson told the committee that the National Labor Relations Board was aware of 'many deficiencies in operations, of troublesome mistakes, doubtful policies, and weaknesses in organization and personnel'
South nation's No. 1 health problem Surgeon General tells congressional committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 15. In this huddle discussing health problems facing the TVA are Senator Vic Donahey, democrat, Chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee Investigating the Tennessee Valley Authority, and Surgeon General Thomas Parran, right, who was the first witness as the Committee resumed public hearings today. While terming the south the national's No. 1 health problem, Dr. Parran praised the TVA for the work it has done in combating disease
Senators LaFollette and NYE confer on Ludlow bill. Washington, D.C., May 10. Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., who was first witness before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing witnesses on the Ludlow Resolution to have war declarations submitted to vote by the people, finished his testimony and leaned over the shoulder of Senator Gerald -Mun'tions- NYE to tell him of a new argument for the resolution
Attentive listeners. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Nathan L. Miller, General Counsel for U.S. Steel Corp., and Benjamin F. Fairless, President of the U.S. Steel Corp., listen attentively as the first witness testified when the National Monopoly Committee began its study today of the $4,000,000,000 steel industry
Former NLRB member listens to successor testify before Smith Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Listening intently to proceedings of the Smith Committee Investigating the National Labor Relations Board was Donald Wakefield Smith and his wife during the morning session. He is a former member of the Board, and was replaced by William Leiserson, witness before the Committee
S.E.C. chairman talks with monopoly witness. Washington, D.C., Feb. 8. Chairman of S.E.C. William Douglas [...] Frederick Ecker, chairman of the board of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and today's witness before the [...]tional Economic Committee, chatting informally before the beginning of today's session. The S.E.C. is the 'moving power' behind the investigation of insurance
Examine first evidence offered to Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Senator William E. Borah, left, Republican of Idaho, and Senator William H. Kin, Democrat of Utah, study evidence offered by Isador Lubin, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor, who appeared as the first witness before the Joint Committee Investigating Monopolies today
Immediate legislation needed to take profits out of war, Legion commander tells House committee. Washington D.C. Testifying before the House Military Affairs Committee today, National Commander Harty Colmery, of the American Legion, declared that the European situation had caused a "very definate" public demand for legislation to "take the profits out of war" appearing as the first witness in the Sheppard-Hill bill hearings providing for industrial mobilization and powers for the President to fix price ceilings during war periods, Colmery asserted that the measure would be a powerful deterrent to war
Monopoly witness, Dr. Lubin. Washington, D.C., Dec. 4. Dr. Isadore Lubin, Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, appeared before the Monopoly Committee today. He said that a period of rising prices and 'painful economic readjustment' is in prospect as a result of the European war. 'The experience of the past 100 years, ' Lubin said, 'has demonstrated repeatedly that major wars bring tremendous changes in prices and have far reaching effect upon the structure of industry and upon the entire economy. Senator Borah presided in the absence of Senator O'Mahoney
Monopoly Committee studies milk marketing practices. Hears Co-op manager. Washington, D.C., May 1. B.F. Beach, Secretary Manager of the Michigan Milk Producers' Association was the first witness today before the reopened hearings by the Temporary National Economic Committee. The Committee heard Beach describe the marketing agreements entered into by his organization, a cooperative, which, he stated, guarantee a market for all members
Surprise witness before NLRB investigation. Washington, D.C., Dec. 14. Mary Moore, employed in the National Labor Relations Board Office in Boston, was a surprise witness today before the House Committee Investigating the NLRB. To determine whether the Board is 'conducting a company union,' the committee asked Miss Moore to identify letters she wrote when she was in Washington and was serving as Regional Correspondent of the NLRB Employees' Union. One of the letters Miss wrote was on Board stationary
Examine first evidence offered to Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Senator William E. Borah, left, Republican of Idaho, and Senator William H. Kin, Democrat of Utah, study evidence offered by Isador Lubin, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor, who appeared as the first witness before the Joint Committee Investigating Monopolies today
Mayor Hague battler favors Ludlow Amendment. Washington, D.C., May 10. New York Attorney Morris Ernst, writer and lawyer who battled Mayor Hague in civil liberty cases, appeared as witness today before a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee to favor the Ludlow resolution to place the power of declaring aggressive war in the hands of voters. Ernst said that the founding fathers intended that the power be given [to] the people, but that interpretation and usage had disallowed it
[Questioning the woman witness before the jury]

[Questioning the woman witness before the jury]

Title devised by cataloger. (DLC/PP-1933:0079). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published as headpiece in: "Up for Trial" by Arthur Train, Collier's weekly (Apr. 21, 1906), p. 21.

Statens Järnvägar, SJ Kd 694 inne vid Vittinge Järnvägsstation.

Statens Järnvägar, SJ Kd 694 inne vid Vittinge Järnvägsstation.

The Swedish State Railways (Swedish: Statens Järnvägar) or SJ, originally the Royal Railway Board (Swedish: Kungl. Järnvägsstyrelsen), was Swedish government agency responsible for operating the state-owned rai... More

Herbert Gladstone in the witness box, 1908.

Herbert Gladstone in the witness box, 1908.

7JCC/O/02/057.Photograph, printed, paper, monochrome, Herbert Gladstone in the witness box at Bow Street Magistrates' Court; manuscript inscription on reverse 'Herbert Gladstone at Bow Street in Witness Box Oct... More

These boys work in Amoskeag Mills, Manchester, N.H. Emil Brassaid, 364 Collegiate St. Adolph Belodern, 441 Vernon St. Oscar Pronla, 174 Cartier St. E. W. Lord, witness. He counted 30 children coming out of this gate that appeared to be under 14 years.  Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.
Vittinge station - Uppsala, Sverige

Vittinge station - Uppsala, Sverige

Railway stations in Sweden

Postal messengers. Fall River, August 26, 1911. 11 A.M. Richard K. Conant, witness.  Location: Fall River, Massachusetts.
[These subjects went to work at 6:45 A.M. and many of them came out at 6 P.M. for they "work" in this mill. New Bedford, Mass. August 24, 1911. 6:30 A.M. Richard K. Conant, Witness].  Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

[These subjects went to work at 6:45 A.M. and many of them came out at...

The boy in the middle may be Manuel Martin, described in the caption for photo 2272: "Manuel Martin, 202 Crapo St. White, soft shirt with suspenders, no overalls, turned over soft collar. Works in the Spinning ... More

[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conant, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts].
[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conant, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts]
[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conant, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts].
[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conand, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts].
[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conant, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts]
[Young workers adolescence and younger in Manomet, Nonquitt and Nashawena Mills. Going to dinner and back to wrk. Noon. January 9, 1912. Richard K. Conant, witness.]  Location: [New Bedford, Massachusetts]
BOLAND, MARY. WITNESS IN ARCHIBALD CASE
Airplanes - Hangars - Crowds witness first annual field day

Airplanes - Hangars - Crowds witness first annual field day

Photographer: From Director Mil. Aeronautics Airplanes - Hangars

Airplanes - Historical - General W.S. Brancker of the English Air Force, and Major C.K. Rhinehardt of American Aviation Corps, who flew from Mineola to witness launching of the Handley-Page Aero Langley, at Elizabeth, N.J

Airplanes - Historical - General W.S. Brancker of the English Air Forc...

Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Airplanes - Historical

Ceremonies - England - Celebrating victory in London. The American wounded from all hospitals around London were brought in to witness celebration and take part in parade

Ceremonies - England - Celebrating victory in London. The American wou...

Photographer: American Red Cross Ceremonies - England

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - American Junior Naval and Marine Scouts hold enlistment rally at City Hall, N.Y. Maj. Gen. Daniel M. Bedell addressing the Junior Naval Militia and crowd gathered to witness their exhibition of tactics in front of the N.Y. City Hall

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - American Junio...

Date Taken: 4/14/1917 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps

Photograph of Colonel Rufus S. Bratton Appearing as a Witness at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East

Photograph of Colonel Rufus S. Bratton Appearing as a Witness at the I...

Original caption: Col. Rufus S. Bratton, US Army, appears as a witness at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, War Ministry building, Tokyo, Japan. Col. Bratton supervised the work of the Far ... More

Robert Steele Witness Testimony, page 3

Robert Steele Witness Testimony, page 3

Peryle Woodson Final Proof, witness testimony- Robert Steele, page 3 Text transcription: QUESTION 16. Have you personal knowledge, from your own observation, that claimant and his family (if any) actually resi... More

Clarence Masterson Witness Testimony, page 3

Clarence Masterson Witness Testimony, page 3

Peryle Woodson Final Proof, witness testimony- Clarence Masterson, page 3 Text transcription: QUESTION 16. Have you personal knowledge, from your own observation, that claimant and his family (if any) actually... More

Blandskog vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland år 1920

Blandskog vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland år 1920

Blandskog vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland år 1920

Rullstensås och åkermark vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktober 1920

Rullstensås och åkermark vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland i ok...

Rullstensås och åkermark vid Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktober 1920

Banvaktstuga nr. 210 söder om Vittinge

Banvaktstuga nr. 210 söder om Vittinge

Banvaktstuga nr. 210 söder om Vittinge

Former Van Swerigen counsel appears before senate railroad financing committee. Washington, D.C., Oct. 20. John P. Murphy, General Counsel for the Van Swerigan Brothers during the years in which they expanded modest real estate holdings into a vast railroad empire, was the first witness today as the senate railroad financing committee resumed hearings. Murphy denied the committee's accusation that acquisition of the Missouri Pacific railroad by the Van Swerigans in 1929 was counter to ICC policy.
Betesmark med flyttblock i Nässelsta, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktober 1921

Betesmark med flyttblock i Nässelsta, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktob...

Betesmark med flyttblock i Nässelsta, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktober 1921

First witness as Monopoly Committee begins study of steel industry. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. First witness before the Monopoly Committee today as it opened a study of $4,000,000,000 steel industry was Elton Hoyt, 11, Manager of the Picklands, Mather, and Co., Cleveland, Ohio, who described his company's operations as manager for ore mining and shipping companies in the Lake Superior District. Hoyt told the committee his company had assets of $28,000,000 and managed 21 mines in the area
Landskapsvy med upp och nervänd eka intill Axsjön, Morgongåva, Vittinge socken, Uppland i oktober 1921
Star witness before Dies Committee. Washington, D.C., May 22. Dudley P. Gilbert, New York socialite, who has been financial angel for an undercover nationwide anti-Semitic and anti-communist movement, today told the Dies Committee Investigating Un-American Activities that the American people will 'have to rise under some American officer of the Franco type' if a 'red revolution' is to be averted
Landskapsvy med bostadshus och väg i Vittinge socken, Uppland i maj 1922

Landskapsvy med bostadshus och väg i Vittinge socken, Uppland i maj 19...

Landskapsvy med bostadshus och väg i Vittinge socken, Uppland i maj 1922

Oil Association spokesman at House hearing. Washington, D.C., June 22. Eric Weber, President of the Ohio Petroleum Marketers' Association, who appeared as a witness at a House Judiciary Subcommittee yesterday. The committee is holding hearings upon the Harrington Bill which affects the oil producing and distributing industry
McWhirter tells Dies Committee Semitic investigation was for personal information. Washington, D.C., May 23. Felix McWhirter, Indiana banker and Republican State Finance Officer, today's witness before the Dies Committee, was questioned as to why he wrote J.E. Campbell of Kentucky, inquiring if 'Hull's wife is a part of full blooded Semite,' and about 'Semitic connections' of Alf Landon and William Allen White. Dies asked, 'Why did you want that information?' 'For the same reason that I would like to have any factual information,' he replied. 'What difference did it make?' McWhirter leaned back. 'No difference,' he replied
Former NRW administrator urges independent course for United States abroad. Washington, D.C., April 24. Appearing as a witness before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today, Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, former NRA administrator and now a newspaper columnist, urged an independent course for the U.S. abroad. He said only the safe course for this nation now was to rely upon its own strength
What a scene was the Hopi snake dance on the Capitol plaza. Congress gathered en masse to witness this weird ceremony. On the front row: Vice President Davis; Mrs. Howard, wife of the British Ambassador; Mrs. Dawes, Countess Schechany, and Count Schecany the Hungarian Minister to the United States
[William John Burns, detective, witness in Sinclair jury scandal, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Photo by Bain News Service, New York.

[William John Burns, detective, witness in Sinclair jury scandal, head...

George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

U.S. Chief of Staff first witness before House Appropriations Subcommittee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 27. General George C. Marshall, left, Army Chief of Staff, as he appeared before the House Appropriations Subcommittee today in support of President Roosevelt's request for $271,999,523 to finance national defense deficiencies. He is shown with Rep. Edward T. Taylor, Colo., Chairman of the Committee
Chief Justice chats with British Ambassador as Magna Carta is placed in Library. Washington, D.C., Nov. 28. Among the notables to witness the deposit of the Magna Carta in the Congressional Library today was Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes who is shown in this picture with British Ambassador Lord Lothian
Head of United Mine Workers is first witness before Senate Coal Committee. John L. Lewis, (right) head of the United Mine Workers of America, was the first witness to testify before the Senate committee investigating the coal situation in Washington today. On the left is Senator James Watson of Indiana, chairman of the committee
Leading witness of Senate Lobby investigation. [...] Grundy, President of the Pennsylvania [...] Association, testified today before [...] Senate Lobby Committee, declared that he came [...] Washington to see that the Republican platform [...] pledge s were enacted into law in connection with tarriff legislation. "I pay my own expenses" said Mr. Grundy when on the stand
Vittinge. - Uppsala, Sverige, Svenska Järnvägarna
Vittinge station. - Uppsala, Sverige
Vittinge station. - Uppsala, Sverige
McCuistion taken into custody. Washington, D.C., Oct. 31. The Dies Committee today turned over to the police, William C. McCuistion, when he finished his testimony and adopted a resolution calling on the Justice Department's Civil Liberties Unit to investigate charges against the witness. With McCuistion in the picture is his mother, Mrs. D.M. Crawford, of Frederick, Md.
Congressional beer crusaders witness signing of beer bill. Members of Congress today witnessed the actual signing of their hard fought battle for legalized beer. Surrounding President Roosevelt at his desk in the Cabinet Room are, left to right: Representatives Claude V. Parsons of Illinois; John W. McCormack of Mass.; Clerk of Committee, H.V. Hesselman who brought the Bill to the White House; and Representatives John J. O'Connor of New York; Thos. H. Cullen and Adolph J. Sabath of Illinois, 3/22/33
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