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Relief with two officials or sons of the Vizier Dagi
Relief with officials before a temple

Relief with officials before a temple

From Egypt; Probably originally from Amarna (Akhetaten); Probably from Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (Ashmunein; Khemenu) New Kingdom, Amarna Period

Relief with offerings and bowing officials
Relief with two officials, Amarna Period, Ancient Egypt

Relief with two officials, Amarna Period, Ancient Egypt

From Egypt; Probably from Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (Ashmunein; Khemenu); Probably originally from Amarna (Akhetaten) New Kingdom, Amarna Period

Relief with two officials or sons of the Vizier Dagi
Three Bust Portraits of Tang and Song Officials
同庚契會圖 朝鮮|Gathering of government officials
Gathering of government officials, scroll painting
Three Bust Portraits of Tang and Song Officials
Collection of Paintings showing Military Officials, Qing Dynasty
Thomas Jefferson, no date, List of Salaries of Public Officials
Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [April 14-15 resolves on Committee of Conference meeting with Pennsylvania officials]

Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [April 14-15 resolves on Commit...

Broadside (no lillus.), printed by John Dunlap, Baltimore, 1777. Reference copy may be in SSF - Congresses and Conventions 1777. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracing... More

Virginia General Assembly, May 1779, Bill on Salaries for Government Officials; Written on Fragment of Note from "Mr. Foster"

Virginia General Assembly, May 1779, Bill on Salaries for Government O...

Bill on Salaries for Government Officials; Written on Fragment of Note from "Mr. Foster"

State Department to. List of State Department officials and salaries for 1800.

State Department to. List of State Department officials and salaries f...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

State Department. List of officials and incomes. 1820.

State Department. List of officials and incomes. 1820.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, from Dante's Inferno, Canto XXII
The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Mauling Each Other, from Dante's Inferno, Canto XXII
The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Mauling Each Other, from Dante's Inferno, Canto XXII

The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Mauling Each Other, from D...

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, from Dante's Inferno, Canto XXII

The Circle of Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, from ...

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

[Wumen (Meridian) gate at the imperial palace compound in Beijing, China, where executions of corrupt officials took place; includes Chinese language characters in right margin]

[Wumen (Meridian) gate at the imperial palace compound in Beijing, Chi...

Title devised by Library staff. Reference copy in LOT 5090, no. 157. Purchase; G.V. Yudin; 1906. Forms part of: Yudin Collection (Library of Congress).

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings station år 1860.   Börjesson, Hellman, Meuller, Björkman, Starbäck, Soodenstjerna, Berg.

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings station år 1860. Börjesson, Hellman, M...

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings station år 1860. Börjesson, Hellman, Meuller, Björkman, Starbäck, Soodenstjerna, Berg.

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings telegrafstation år 1860. Från vänster: kommissarierna Börjesson och Hellman, direktören Meuller samt assistenterna Björkman, Starbäck, So-denstjerna och Berg.

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings telegrafstation år 1860. Från vänster: k...

Tjänstemännen vid Norrköpings telegrafstation år 1860. Från vänster: kommissarierna Börjesson och Hellman, direktören Meuller samt assistenterna Björkman, Starbäck, So-denstjerna och Berg.

New York City Bank Officials to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, August 15, 1861  (Resolution)
[Japanese curio shop, a street cart and portraits of a Japanese family and officials]

[Japanese curio shop, a street cart and portraits of a Japanese family...

Title devised by Library staff. Captions on front of item: "Interior of Japanese curio shop" (upper left); "Street cart" (upper right)"; "A Japanese Daimio's family group in state dress" (lower left); and "Japa... More

[Studio portraits of Japanese woman with tea implements and chest,  a prince with his staff, government officials, and a Daimio (nobleman) with his wife ]

[Studio portraits of Japanese woman with tea implements and chest, a ...

Title devised by Library staff. Captions on front of item: "Native mode of dressing" (upper left); "Japanese prince and staff" (upper right)"; "A group of Japanese officers in court dress" (lower left); and "Ja... More

W. W. Williams to Thurlow Weed, Friday, March 25, 1864  (Treasury officials campaign for Chase)
[Three men, possibly court officials, and two girls with a two-wheeled ox-cart]

[Three men, possibly court officials, and two girls with a two-wheeled...

Modern reproduction of painting on Japanese handscroll. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0575

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0577

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0576

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   A crane lowers a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.   The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0580

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lowers a refurbished lantern o...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lowers a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included s... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane is ready to lift a refurbished lantern to the top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0574

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane is ready to lift a refurbished ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane is ready to lift a refurbished lantern to the top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   A crane begins lowering a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern. To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place. The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868. An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history. The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse. As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0578

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane begins lowering a refurbished ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane begins lowering a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work inc... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   Workers help guide a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0579

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Workers help guide a refurbished lante...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Workers help guide a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work include... More

[State officials of South Carolina]

[State officials of South Carolina]

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

WTC [i.e. World Transportation Commission] and railway officials standing on stairway of private home, Peshawar

WTC [i.e. World Transportation Commission] and railway officials stand...

Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library of Congress).

WTC [i.e. World Transportation Commission] and railway officials standing on stairway of private home, Peshawar

WTC [i.e. World Transportation Commission] and railway officials stand...

Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library of Congress).

Turkish officials and little "sole survivor" of a village of 350, Candia, Crete

Turkish officials and little "sole survivor" of a village of 350, Cand...

Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood (J.F. Jarvis, publisher). No. 7202. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Gr. Crete 1897; Massacres 1897; Gr. Candia 189... More

Turkish officials in street procession. Motorcade procession
3 Bank officials
Officials of Tiberias picnicing at Gamala
General Electric head at White House. Washington, D.C., Nov. 10. Gerard Swope, President of General Electric, with other leading industrialists and business men, and federal officials, met with President Roosevelt today to discuss a housing program that involve the use entirely of private Capital.
Chief of the Haitian Army in Washington. Washington, D.C., Sept. 1. Colonel Jules P. Andre[?], Senior officer and commander of the Haitian Garde, arrived in Washington today, to confer with government officials, this colonel Andres initial visit to the United States
Datto Piang (with cane) and some of his officials - Frank G. Carpenter collection
"Gridiron Women" hold frolic while men fete President at Press Club. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. While the Gridiron Club of Washington is holding its annual dinner for the Presdient at the National Press Club, women officials, newspaper women, and wives of members and guests of the Gridiron Club, dubbed "gridiron Widows" by Mrs. Roosevelt, will gather at the White House for their own party. five "impossible moments" in the highest official and social circles of Washington will be presented in gag form. More, one of those moments is built around the forthcoming visit of the British king and queen, and is the "Cummings Courtesy Class" in which Mrs. Homer S. Cummings, the one Cabinet lady who has been presented at the Court of St. James', drills her fellow cabinet ladies in their prospective duties. The ladies are exhausted after one of the sessions. They are: Mrs. Ickes - Violet Sweethaven, Mrs. Wallce - Vesta Cummings, Mrs. Perkins - Doris Fleeson, Mrs. Morganthau - Jane Eads, Mrs. Hull - Ruth Jones, Mrs. Cummings - Beth Campbell, Mrs. Woodring - Dudley Hermon, Mrs. Farley - Bab Lincoln, Mrs. Swanson - Julia Bonwitt, Mrs. Rober - Mary Hornaday. Mrs. Ickes, still poppy, is doing a dance step and asking, "Can't we swing it a little?"
New target range for Treasury. Washington, D.C., June 10. Secret Service men and other Treasury Department marksmen now have their own pistol range. Just completed in the sub-basement of the Treasury Building in Washington, D.C., the range has shielded lights and electrically operated targets, is sound proof and ventilated by a fan which removes gases almost instantly. A group of treasury officials are seen in this picture as they inspect the range and go over a high scoring target. Left to right: Elmer Irey, coordinator, Treasury Enforcement Services; J.E. Murphy, assistant chief, Secret Service; J.J. Cash, White House Police; R.P. Hallion, White House Police; Herbert E. Gaston, assistant secretary of Treasury; and Frank J. Wilson, Chief of Secret Service
The Mufti, the Governor and other high Turkish officials of Jerusalem, Palestine

The Mufti, the Governor and other high Turkish officials of Jerusalem,...

D9024 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from recto of item. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood.

Hammarby järnbruk.Biträdande tjänstemän. Jarnets Metallurgi, Sverige
State Department confers privately with House on amendments to Neutrality Act. Washington, D.C., June 5. Meeting today in executive session, the House Foreign Affairs Committee conferred with officials from the State Department on proposed amendments to the present neutrality laws. Left to right, seated: R. Walton Moore, State Department counselor, Chairman Sol Bloom, Green H. Hackworth, State Dept. legal advisor; standing: Carlton Savage, assistant to Moore, and Rep. Charles A. Eaton of N.J.
Porträtt på tjänstemännen., Skåne, Sverige
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
Admiral Leahy confers with Puerto Rican officials about new post as Governor. Washington, D.C., June 14. Admiral William D. Leahy, who is scheduled to be the next governor of Puerto Rico met today at his office with a group of Puerto Rican political leaders to discuss his new post. Left to right: Martinez Nadal, President of the Puerto Rican Senate, Santiago Iglesias, Resident Commissioner, Admiral Leahy, standing; Fernando Geigel, City Manager of San Juan, P.R., Alfonso Valdez, Puerto Rican Senator, Bolivar Pagan, Vice President of the Puerto Rican Senate, and Luis Obergh, counsel for Nadal
Before Senate Wire Tapping committee. Washington, D.C., June 12. During an appearance before the Senate Wire Tapping Committee today, Joseph N. Pew, Jr., Pennsylvania Republican and official of the Sun Oil Co., flatly denied that he had engaged a private detective organization to 'watch' Democratic officials. However, he admitted that he hired Frank B. Bielaski, New York private detective, to 'watch stock transactions' in connection with a 'movement to rehabilitate' the Cramp Shipyards in Philadelphia. These shipyards, he said, were commercially unsound and could not be operated profitably
State Department high officials address Inter-American education conference. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Dr. Isiah Bowman, President of the Johns Hopkins University, and Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles photographed today at the luncheon-meeting of the conference on inter-American relations in the field of education meeting today and tomorrow here. Secretary Hull told the gathering of educators from both South and North America that they must resolve to work together 'to accomplish that function which is rightfully theirs--to guard, to enrich, and to forward the civilization which, in the high calling of education, all of us must seek to serve'
War Department besieged by job applicants. Washington, D.C., June 12. Defense preparations have resulted in an unusual rush of applicants for jobs in the War Department. So much so, War Department officials have set aside a special space on the ground floor for interviews and the fillings out of application blanks
Erik Eriksson - Ångturbins arbetare och tjänstemän., AB de Lavals ångturbin
Labor Secretary and Michigan Governor get together with GMC officials in efforts to settle auto strike. Washington D.C. Shortly following their meeting with labor leaders this afternoon, Secretary of Labor Perkins and the Governor of Michigan Frank Murphy went into a conference with executives of General Motors in efforts to settle the strike of automobile workers. In the photograph, left to right (seated) Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; President General Motors; Secretary Perkins; Governor Frank Murphy; and William S. Knusdes. Back Row: John Thomas Smith; (left) Chairman Finance Committee, General Motors
Before Dies Committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Frederick C. Phillips, whom National Maritime Union officials say was suspended from their union in May 1939, described to the Dies Committee today what he alleged to be communistic actions in the NMU. Phillips was formerly Secretary of the Atlantic District of the union
Delay in Philippine liberty seen in arrival here of Vice President. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Serious consideration by the Administration of delaying the date of Independence for the Philippines was indicted today when Vice President Sergio Osmena arrived here with members of a Special Economic Commission. The Commission will confer with President Roosevelt and other government officials during their stay. Here we see J.M. Elizalde, left, Resident Philippine Commissioner, and John W. Hausserman, right, Philippine Gold King, greeting the Vice President on his arrival
New prohibition law asked for Alaska. Washington D.C. Consumption of liquor by Indians in Alaska under the present law was "legalized murder" made increasingly bad because they were unable to judge its quality, was told to the Senate Indian Affairs Committee today. Prominent Alaskan officials and Indian educators appeared before the committee to urge that a new prohibition law be enacted by Congress to spply in Alaska. In the picture, left to right: Senator Elmer Thomas, Chairman of the Committee; Claude M. Hirst, Director of the Office of Indian affairs in Alaska; and John Collier, U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Officials honor president's seventh year in White House. Washington, D.C., March 4.President Roosevelt begins his eighth year in the White House today. In observance of the anniversary of his inauguration the President attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates joined the President at prayer services. Secretary of War Harry Woodring and Mrs. Woodring are pictured here as they attended the services
Body of U.S. Ambassador to Cuba arrives in Washington for burial. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. High officials of the State Department were at the Navy Yard this morning to receive the body of J. Butler Wright, U.S. Ambassador to Cuba, as it arrived aboard the U.S. Cuiser Omaha. Ambassador Wright, who died in Cuba last week after an operation, will be buried in Washington Cathedral
Senator McCarran ignores salary increase. Washington, D.C., Jan. 8. Senator Pat McCarran designs a series of conferences with the representatives of organizations of government workers and officials of the Labor Dept. Preparatory to drafting a bill for the salary increases for government employees. photo shows, left to right, W.C. Hushing, National Legislative Representative of the A.F. of L.; Senator Pat McCaran; John P. Frey, President of the Medal Trades Union, of the American Federation of Labor
Auto strike problem brought to Washington for conference by Governor of Michigan. Washington D.C. In an effort to settle the strike of automobile workers in Detroit, Governor Frank Murphy came to Washington today to confer with Secretary of Labor Perkins and Labor Officials. This picture, made at the Labor Department after a six hour meeting, shows left to right: John L. Lewis, Head of the CIO; Secretary Perkins; Governor Frank Murphy; and James F. Dewey, Conciliator of the Labor Department
Konfektionsbolaget Junex. Tjänstemännens sällskapsrum.

Konfektionsbolaget Junex. Tjänstemännens sällskapsrum.

Konfektionsbolaget Junex. Tjänstemännens sällskapsrum.

AG&E Vice President tells S.E.C. of $5000 a month mystery man employed by his company in Capital. Washington, D.C., May 16. Fred S. Burroughs, Vice President of the Associated Gas and Electric Co., spread before the Securities and Exchange Commission today the story of how his firm retained a man at $5000 a month to 'mix with the right people' in Washington and to advise on the attitude of government officials. The man was Ben Gray and Burroughs denied that he--Gray--was a lobbyist or that his job was to attempt to influence officials
Pres. Roosevelt, Mayor Maybury, & city officials

Pres. Roosevelt, Mayor Maybury, & city officials

Photograph showing a side view of the steamship Tashmoo on the Detroit River with passengers crowded on the decks, President Roosevelt and officials on the top deck. H22681 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from ite... More

Immigrants waiting in line for processing by Immigration Bureau officials.
Boxholms bruk 1903. Vy mot den vackra landsvägsbron hitom det så kallade Övre verket. På bilden även brukets kvarn och sågverk. Notera plattformen i linden till vänster, där tjänstemännen stundom hade det muntert om ljumma kvällar. Efter klagomål från nykterhetsrörelsen på orten nedrevs den omkring 1905.

Boxholms bruk 1903. Vy mot den vackra landsvägsbron hitom det så kalla...

Boxholms bruk 1903. Vy mot den vackra landsvägsbron hitom det så kallade Övre verket. På bilden även brukets kvarn och sågverk. Notera plattformen i linden till vänster, där tjänstemännen stundom hade det munte... More

[Officials entering Trinity Church (Copley Square), Boston, Mass.]
Officials of the Imperial Department of Communications, outside their office, Seoul, Korea

Officials of the Imperial Department of Communications, outside their ...

Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Korea Seoul; Korea Imperial Dept. of Communications; Ph. Ind.

Mayors Carter Harrison and Rolla Wells, Pres. Francis and officials, Administration Building, Chicago Day, Parade passing Sunken Gardens, Parade of All Nations, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.

Mayors Carter Harrison and Rolla Wells, Pres. Francis and officials, A...

H 62321 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 15179. Title from item.

World's Fair officials in parade on St. Louis Day, World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo.

World's Fair officials in parade on St. Louis Day, World's Fair, St. L...

H 53092 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 255.

Collection of Paintings showing Military Officials, Qing Dynasty

Collection of Paintings showing Military Officials, Qing Dynasty

Unidentified Artist Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Portland, Oregon: A flight to Vancouver, Baldwin's airship carrying a dispatch from the exhibition officials
[Carriages carrying Admiral Togo, naval officers, and government officials during Togo's official visit to Tokyo in Oct., 1905]

[Carriages carrying Admiral Togo, naval officers, and government offic...

H69011 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood, Nov. 23, 1905. Title devised by Library staff.

[Carriages carrying Admiral Togo, naval officers and government officials during Togo's official visit to Tokyo in Oct. 1905]
[Admiral Togo seated in a tent with government officials, probably during his visit to Tokyo in Oct., 1905]

[Admiral Togo seated in a tent with government officials, probably dur...

H68988 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood, Nov. 23, 1905. Title devised by Library staff.

[President Theodore Roosevelt posing with military officials on a ship]

[President Theodore Roosevelt posing with military officials on a ship...

H103888 U.S. Copyright Office. Title devised by Library staff.

Vanderbilt Cup Auto Race, cars and officials on track before start
Sylvan plays on White House grounds with President and government officials in attendance

Sylvan plays on White House grounds with President and government offi...

Washington monument in backgrd. Photoprint copyrighted by Harris & Ewing. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Czar and officials at service by grave for victims of Poltava, U.S.S.R.
Astor Cup race officials
[Theodore Roosevelt with nuns, clerics, and officials in Uganda]

[Theodore Roosevelt with nuns, clerics, and officials in Uganda]

Photograph showing left to right on front row: Embogo, Brother of King Matesa, Mother Mary Paul, Sister Capistran, Theodore Roosevelt, King Dandi of Uganda, and Prince Joseph; back of Roosevelt: Sir Apollo Kega... More

National Baseball League officials

National Baseball League officials

Photograph shows ten men and one woman, seated and standing, posed for portrait in formal setting, and part of another person seated on the far left. Title from item. Copyright by Bain News Service. Forms part ... More

[Crowd of refugees(?)--, possibly Jewish, and three officials outdoors, Russia]
Will Pay Last Honor to Wilbur Wright Saturday, President Taft and High Officials Join in Expressing Their Sorrow [Dayton Journal, 31 May 1912]
Committeemen, officials and guests of the notification ceremonies at Gov. Marshals [sic] home, Aug. 20, 1912, Indianapolis, Ind.

Committeemen, officials and guests of the notification ceremonies at G...

Gift; Wm. J. Martin; March 14, 1962. Photographer's address: 539 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. Governor Marshall announces candidacy for Vice-President.

Group of officials and visitors at the Kearney Industrial School, Kearney, Nebraska.
Group of railroad officials under Russian banner of freedom, Trans-Siberian Railroad

Group of railroad officials under Russian banner of freedom, Trans-Sib...

J228346 U.S. Copyright Office. No copyright restriction per Photoduplication Service.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, OFFICIALS, ETC. LUIS GALVAN, 1ST SECRETARY, DOMINICAN LEGATION; J.M. SULLIVAN, U.S. MINISTER; EDWARDO R. SOLER, MINISTER TO U.S.
Group of officials examining designs in colored stones. During Salonika Campaign
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, OFFICIALS. EMBASSY STAFF
[Federal League Officials: (top row) Weeghman, W. Ward, Comstock; (middle row) L. Goldman, R. Ward, Steininger, Gilmore, G. Ward, Schleunes, Walker, Robertson, George, Carroll;(bottom row) Krause, Ball, H. Goldman, Mullen, Rickart, Hanlon, Gates (baseball)]
MINE WORKERS OFFICIALS. AT WHITE HOUSE WITH SECRETARY OF LABOR: F.J. HAYES; JAMES LORD; SECRETARY WILSON; J.P WHITE; WILLIAM GREENE; J.R. LAWSON
MINE WORKERS OFFICIALS AT WHITE HOUSE WITH SECRETARY OF LABOR: F.J. HAYES; JAMES LORD; SECRETARY WILSON; J.P WHITE; WILLIAM GREENE; J.R. LAWSON
Group of Greek officials

Group of Greek officials

British Photographs of World War I

King George chatting with U.S Officials during Independence Day exercises at Stamford bridge . Major Gen. John Biddle at King's right and Admiral Sims on left
1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, ARGENTINE OFFICIALS: PEARSON, SAMUEL HALE, OF ARGENTINE MAY 1915; NAON, ROMULO S. E.E. AND M.P. FROM THE ARGENTINE
PANAMA: OFFICIALS, NOTABLES. PAN AMERICAN FINANCE CONFERENCE
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