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Encyclopedia > 64th United States Congress

Senators

  • Henry Fountain Ashurst (D-AZ)
  • John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL)
  • John Crepps Beckham (D-KY)
  • William Edgar Borah (R-ID)
  • James Henry Brady (R-ID)
  • Frank Bosworth Brandegee (R-CT)
  • Robert Foligny Broussard (D-LA)
  • Nathan Philemon Bryan (D-FL)
  • Edwin Chick Burleigh (R-ME)
  • Thomas Benton Catron (R-NM)
  • George Earle Chamberlain (D-OR)
  • William Edwin Chilton (D-WV)
  • Moses Edwin Clapp (R-MN)
  • Clarence Don Clark (R-WY)
  • James Paul Clarke (D-AR)
  • Lebaron Bradford Colt (R-RI)
  • Charles Allen Culberson (D-TX)
  • Albert Baird Cummins (R-IA)
  • Charles Baird Curtis (R-KS)
  • William Paul Dillingham (R-VT)
  • Henry Algernon Du Pont (R-DE)
  • Albert Bacon Fall (R-NM)
  • Bert Manfred Fernald (R-ME)
  • Duncan Upshaw Fletcher (D-FL)
  • Jacob Harold Gallinger (R-NH)
  • Nathan Harold Goff (R-WV)
  • Thomas Pryor Gore (D-OK)
  • Asle Jorgenson Gronna (R-ND)
  • Warren Gamaliel Harding (R-OH)
  • Thomas William Hardwick (D-GA)
  • Gilbert Monell Hitchcock (D-NE)
  • Henry French Hollis (D-NH)
  • William French Hughes (D-NJ)
  • Paul Oscar Husting (D-WI)
  • Ollie Murray James (D-KY)
  • Charles Fletcher Johnson (D-ME)
  • Edwin Stockton Johnson (D-SD)
  • Wesley Livsey Jones (R-WA)
  • William Squire Kenyon (R-IA)
  • John Worth Kern (D-IN)
  • William Fosgate Kirby (D-AR)
  • Robert Marion La Follette (R-WI)
  • Harry Marion Lane (D-OR)
  • Luke Marion Lea (D-TN)
  • Blair Marion Lee (D-MD)
  • James Hamilton Lewis (D-IL)
  • Henry Frederick Lippitt (R-RI)
  • Henry Cabot Lodge (R-MA)
  • Thomas Staples Martin (D-VA)
  • James Edgar Martine (D-NJ)
  • Porter James Mccumber (R-ND)
  • George Payne Mclean (R-CT)
  • Henry Lee Myers (D-MT)
  • Knute Lee Nelson (R-MN)
  • Francis Griffith Newlands (D-NV)
  • George William Norris (R-NE)
  • James Aloysius O'gorman (D-NY)
  • George Tener Oliver (R-PA)
  • Lee Slater Overman (D-NC)
  • Robert Latham Owen (D-OK)
  • Carroll Smalley Page (R-VT)
  • Boies Smalley Penrose (R-PA)
  • James Duval Phelan (D-CA)
  • Key Duval Pittman (D-NV)
  • Miles Duval Poindexter (R-WA)
  • Atlee Duval Pomerene (D-OH)
  • Joseph Eugene Ransdell (D-LA)
  • James Alexander Reed (D-MO)
  • Joseph Taylor Robinson (D-AR)
  • Willard Taylor Saulsbury (D-DE)
  • John Franklin Shafroth (D-CO)
  • Morris Franklin Sheppard (D-TX)
  • Lawrence Yates Sherman (R-IL)
  • John Knight Shields (D-TN)
  • Benjamin Franklin Shively (D-IN)
  • Furnifold Mclendel Simmons (D-NC)
  • Ellison Durant Smith (D-SC)
  • Hoke Durant Smith (D-GA)
  • John Walter Smith (D-MD)
  • Marcus Aurelius Smith (D-AZ)
  • William Alden Smith (R-MI)
  • Reed Alden Smoot (R-UT)
  • Thomas Alden Sterling (R-SD)
  • William Joel Stone (D-MO)
  • George Joel Sutherland (R-UT)
  • Claude Augustus Swanson (D-VA)
  • Thomas Augustus Taggart (D-IN)
  • Charles Spalding Thomas (D-CO)
  • William Howard Thompson (D-KS)
  • Benjamin Ryan Tillman (D-SC)
  • Charles Elroy Townsend (R-MI)
  • Oscar Wilder Underwood (D-AL)
  • James Kimble Vardaman (D-MS)
  • James Wolcott Wadsworth (R-NY)
  • Thomas James Walsh (D-MT)
  • Francis Emroy Warren (R-WY)
  • James Eli Watson (R-IN)
  • John Wingate Weeks (R-MA)
  • John Sharp Williams (D-MS)
  • John Downey Works (R-CA)

John Hollis Bankhead (September 13, 1842–March 1, 1920) was a U.S. senator from the state of Alabama. ... William Edgar Borah (NSHC statue) William Edgar Borah (June 29, 1865 – January 19, 1940) was an American politician. ... Statue of James Paul Clarke, marble by Pompeo Coppini. ... Charles Allen Culberson (June 10, 1855–March 19, 1925) was a U.S. political figure. ... Categories: Stub | 1850 births | 1926 deaths | Governors of Iowa | United States Senators ... Albert Bacon Fall (November 26, 1861 _ November 30, 1944) was the Secretary of the Interior under President Warren G. Harding, notorious for his involvement in the Teapot Dome scandal. ... Warren Gamaliel Harding (November 2, 1865 - August 2, 1923) was the 29th (1921-1923) President of the United States and the sixth President to die in office. ... Wesley Livsey Jones (October 9,1863 - November 19,1932) was an American politician. ... John Worth Kern (December 20, 1849 - August 17, 1917) was a U.S. Democratic politician from Indiana. ... James Hamilton Lewis (May 18, 1863 - April 9, 1939) was the first Senator to hold the title of Whip in the United States Senate. ... Henry Cabot Lodge (May 12, 1850 – November 9, 1924), was a Republican statesman and noted historian. ... George William Norris (July 11, 1861 - September 2, 1944) was a U.S. political figure. ... Lee Slater Overman Lee Slater Overman ( 3 January 1854 - 12 December 1930) was a Democratic U.S. senator from the state of North Carolina between 1903 and 1930. ... Joseph Taylor Robinson Joseph Taylor Robinson (August 26, 1872 - July 14, 1937) was a Democratic United States Senator, Senate Majority Leader, member of the United States House of Representatives, Governor of Arkansas, and U.S. Vice Presidential candidate. ... John Walter Smith (b. ... William Alden Smith (May 12, 1859 – October 11, 1932) was a U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan. ... Claude Augustus Swanson (March 31, 1862–July 7, 1939) was an American politician. ... Benjamin Ryan Tillman (August 11, 1847 _ July 3, 1918) was an American politician who served as governor of South Carolina from 1890 to 1894 and as a United States Senator from 1895 until his death. ... Charles Elroy Townsend (August 15, 1856–August 3, 1924) was a U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan. ... James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr. ... James Eli Watson (November 2, 1864? – July 29, 1948) was a U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator from the state of Indiana. ... John Sharp Williams (July 30, 1854 - September 27, 1932) was a prominent American politician in the Democratic Party from the 1890s through the 1920s, and served as the Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives from 1903 to 1908. ... John Downey Works (March 29, 1847–June 6, 1928) was a U.S. Senator from California. ...

Represenatives

  • John William Abercrombie (D-AL)
  • John Alfred Adair (D-IN)
  • William Charles Adamson (D-GA)
  • Wyatt Charles Aiken (D-SC)
  • Joshua Willis Alexander (D-MO)
  • Alfred Gaither Allen (D-OH)
  • Edward Berton Almon (D-AL)
  • Sydney Berton Anderson (R-MN)
  • Daniel Read Anthony (R-KS)
  • William Albert Ashbrook (D-OH)
  • James Benjamin Aswell (D-LA)
  • Richard Wilson Austin (R-TN)
  • William Augustus Ayres (D-KS)
  • Isaac Augustus Bacharach (R-NJ)
  • Warren Worth Bailey (D-PA)
  • Andrew Jackson Barchfeld (R-PA)
  • Alben William Barkley (D-KY)
  • Henry A. Barnhart (D-IN)
  • Samuel Willard Beakes (D-MI)
  • Cyrus William Beales (R-PA)
  • Thomas Montgomery Bell (D-GA)
  • Henry Stanley Benedict (R-CA)
  • William Stiles Bennet (R-NY)
  • Eugene Stiles Black (D-TX)
  • Fred Leonard Blackmon (D-AL)
  • Charles Ferris Booher (D-MO)
  • William Patterson Borland (D-MO)
  • George Meade Bowers (R-WV)
  • James Jefferson Britt (R-NC)
  • Frederick Albert Britten (R-IL)
  • William Gay Brown (D-WV)
  • Edward Everts Browne (R-WI)
  • William John Browning (R-NJ)
  • Henry John Bruckner (D-NY)
  • Clement Laird Brumbaugh (D-OH)
  • Frank Laird Buchanan (D-IL)
  • James Paul Buchanan (D-TX)
  • George Farmer Burgess (D-TX)
  • Michael Edmund Burke (D-WI)
  • John Lawson Burnett (D-AL)
  • Thomas Stalker Butler (R-PA)
  • James Francis Byrnes (D-SC)
  • Joseph Wellington Byrns (D-TN)
  • Charles Pope Caldwell (D-NY)
  • Oscar Pope Callaway (D-TX)
  • Philip Pitt Campbell (R-KS)
  • Ezekiel Samuel Candler (D-MS)
  • Joseph Gurney Cannon (R-IL)
  • James Campbell Cantrill (D-KY)
  • John Henry Capstick (R-NJ)
  • Thaddeus Horatius Caraway (D-AR)
  • John Francis Carew (D-NY)
  • Charles Creighton Carlin (D-VA)
  • Charles David Carter (D-OK)
  • William Henry Carter (R-MA)
  • William Joseph Cary (R-WI)
  • John Joseph Casey (D-PA)
  • Walter Marion Chandler (Progressive-NY)
  • William Barclay Charles (R-NY)
  • Burnett Mitchell Chiperfield (R-IL)
  • Denver Samuel Church (D-CA)
  • Frank Samuel Clark (D-FL)
  • James Beauchamp Clark (D-MO)
  • Cyrus Beauchamp Cline (D-IN)
  • Charles Pearce Coady (D-MD)
  • William Henry Coleman (R-PA)
  • James William Collier (D-MS)
  • John Robert Connelly (D-KS)
  • Michael Francis Conry (D-NY)
  • Edward Francis Cooper (R-WV)
  • Henry Allen Cooper (R-WI)
  • John Gordon Cooper (R-OH)
  • Ira Clifton Copley (Progressive-IL)
  • Peter Edward Costello (R-PA)
  • William Elijah Cox (D-IN)
  • Thomas Spencer Crago (R-PA)
  • Louis Convers Cramton (R-MI)
  • Charles Robert Crisp (D-GA)
  • Robert Crosser (D-OH)
  • William Allen Cullop (D-IN)
  • Charles Forrest Curry (R-CA)
  • Harry Howard Dale (D-NY)
  • Porter Hinman Dale (R-VT)
  • Frederick William Dallinger (R-MA)
  • Henry Gold Danforth (R-NY)
  • George Potter Darrow (R-PA)
  • James Sanford Davenport (D-OK)
  • Charles Russell Davis (R-MN)
  • James Harvey Davis (D-TX)
  • Perl D. Decker (D-MO)
  • Stephen Wallace Dempsey (R-NY)
  • Edward Everett Denison (R-IL)
  • Stanley Hubert Dent (D-AL)
  • Arthur Granville Dewalt (D-PA)
  • Clement Cabell Dickinson (D-MO)
  • Martin Cabell Dies (D-TX)
  • Clarence Cleveland Dill (D-WA)
  • Charles Hall Dillon (R-SD)
  • Lincoln Hall Dixon (D-IN)
  • Peter Joseph Dooling (D-NY)
  • Dudley Joseph Doolittle (D-KS)
  • Frank Ellsworth Doremus (D-MI)
  • Robert Lee Doughton (D-NC)
  • Cassius Clay Dowell (R-IA)
  • Daniel Angelus Driscoll (D-NY)
  • Dow Henry Drukker (R-NJ)
  • Thomas Byrne Dunn (R-NY)
  • Henry Garland Dupré (D-LA)
  • Leonidas Carstarphen Dyer (R-MO)
  • John Joseph Eagan (D-NJ)
  • Joe Henry Eagle (D-TX)
  • George Washington Edmonds (R-PA)
  • Charles Gordon Edwards (D-GA)
  • Franklin Fowler Ellsworth (R-MN)
  • John Arthur Elston (Progressive-CA)
  • Henry Ivory Emerson (R-OH)
  • John Jacob Esch (R-WI)
  • Albert Jacob Estopinal (D-LA)
  • John Morgan Evans (D-MT)
  • George Winthrop Fairchild (R-NY)
  • Michael Francis Farley (D-NY)
  • John Richard Farr (R-PA)
  • Scott Richard Ferris (D-OK)
  • Simeon Davison Fess (R-OH)
  • William Jason Fields (D-KY)
  • David Edward Finley (D-SC)
  • John Joseph Fitzgerald (D-NY)
  • Henry De Flood (D-VA)
  • Joseph Vincent Flynn (D-NY)
  • Benjamin Kurtz Focht (R-PA)
  • Joseph Warren Fordney (R-MI)
  • George Edmund Foss (R-IL)
  • Martin David Foster (D-IL)
  • James Archibald Frear (R-WI)
  • Richard Patrick Freeman (R-CT)
  • Charles Eugene Fuller (R-IL)
  • Thomas Eugene Gallagher (D-IL)
  • James Ambrose Gallivan (D-MA)
  • Harry Luther Gandy (D-SD)
  • Warren Luther Gard (D-OH)
  • Augustus Peabody Gardner (R-MA)
  • Mahlon Morris Garland (R-PA)
  • John Nance Garner (D-TX)
  • Finis James Garrett (D-TN)
  • Frederick Huntington Gillett (R-MA)
  • Carter Huntington Glass (D-VA)
  • James Peter Glynn (R-CT)
  • Hannibal Lafayette Godwin (D-NC)
  • James William Good (R-IA)
  • William Shields Goodwin (D-AR)
  • William Shields Gordon (D-OH)
  • Norman Judd Gould (R-NY)
  • Joseph Aloysius Goulden (D-NY)
  • George Scott Graham (R-PA)
  • Edward Winthrop Gray (R-NJ)
  • Finly Hutchinson Gray (D-IN)
  • Oscar Lee Gray (D-AL)
  • William Raymond Green (R-IA)
  • Frank Lester Greene (R-VT)
  • William Stedman Greene (R-MA)
  • Alexander White Gregg (D-TX)
  • William Walton Griest (R-PA)
  • Daniel Joseph Griffin (D-NY)
  • Frank Edward Guernsey (R-ME)
  • Lindley Hoag Hadley (R-WA)
  • James Alphonsus Hamill (D-NJ)
  • Charles Mann Hamilton (R-NY)
  • Edward La Hamilton (R-MI)
  • Courtney Walker Hamlin (D-MO)
  • Rufus Walker Hardy (D-TX)
  • Byron Patton Harrison (D-MS)
  • Thomas Walter Harrison (D-VA)
  • Archibald Chapman Hart (D-NJ)
  • Reuben Locke Haskell (R-NY)
  • William Wirt Hastings (D-OK)
  • Gilbert Nelson Haugen (R-IA)
  • Willis Chatman Hawley (R-OR)
  • James Chatman Hay (D-VA)
  • Carl Trumbull Hayden (D-AZ)
  • Everis Anson Hayes (R-CA)
  • Robert Douglas Heaton (R-PA)
  • James Thomas Heflin (D-AL)
  • Henry Thomas Helgesen (R-ND)
  • Harvey Thomas Helm (D-KY)
  • Guy Tresillian Helvering (D-KS)
  • Robert Lee Henry (D-TX)
  • Walter Lewis Hensley (D-MO)
  • Benigno Cárdenas Hernández (R-NM)
  • Frederick Cocks Hicks (R-NY)
  • Ebenezer J. Hill (R-CT)
  • Benjamin Clark Hilliard (D-CO)
  • Asher Crosby Hinds (R-ME)
  • Edward Everett Holland (D-VA)
  • David Adams Hollingsworth (R-OH)
  • George Ezekial Hood (D-NC)
  • Robert Freeman Hopwood (R-PA)
  • William Cannon Houston (D-TN)
  • William Schley Howard (D-GA)
  • Joseph Schley Howell (R-UT)
  • George Schley Huddleston (D-AL)
  • Dudley Mays Hughes (D-GA)
  • George Murray Hulbert (D-NY)
  • Cordell Murray Hull (D-TN)
  • Harry Edward Hull (R-IA)
  • William Ewart Humphrey (R-WA)
  • Benjamin Grubb Humphreys (D-MS)
  • James William Husted (R-NY)
  • Elijah Cubberley Hutchinson (R-NJ)
  • William Leo Igoe (D-MO)
  • Henderson Madison Jacoway (D-AR)
  • William Francis James (R-MI)
  • Albert Francis Johnson (R-WA)
  • Ben Francis Johnson (D-KY)
  • Joseph Travis Johnson (D-SC)
  • Royal Cleaves Johnson (R-SD)
  • William Atkinson Jones (D-VA)
  • Julius Atkinson Kahn (R-CA)
  • Charles Cyrus Kearns (R-OH)
  • Edward Cyrus Keating (D-CO)
  • Abraham Lincoln Keister (R-PA)
  • Patrick Henry Kelley (R-MI)
  • Ambrose Henry Kennedy (R-RI)
  • Charles Augustus Kennedy (R-IA)
  • William Augustus Kent (Indep-CA)
  • William Augustus Kettner (D-CA)
  • John Alexander Key (D-OH)
  • Edgar Raymond Kiess (R-PA)
  • David Hayes Kincheloe (D-KY)
  • Edward John King (R-IL)
  • Moses Pierce Kinkaid (R-NE)
  • Claude Pierce Kitchin (D-NC)
  • Thomas Frank Konop (D-WI)
  • Aaron Shenk Kreider (R-PA)
  • William Leroy La Follette (R-WA)
  • Daniel Franklin Lafean (R-PA)
  • John Wesley Langley (R-KY)
  • Ladislas Wesley Lazaro (D-LA)
  • Gordon Wesley Lee (D-GA)
  • Frederick Reimold Lehlbach (R-NJ)
  • Irvine Luther Lenroot (R-WI)
  • John Vandling Lesher (D-PA)
  • Asbury Francis Lever (D-SC)
  • David John Lewis (D-MD)
  • Charles John Lieb (D-IN)
  • Michael John Liebel (D-PA)
  • Charles August Lindbergh (R-MN)
  • John Charles Linthicum (D-MD)
  • Adam Brown Littlepage (D-WV)
  • James Tilghman Lloyd (D-MO)
  • Charles Otto Lobeck (D-NE)
  • George William Loft (D-NY)
  • Meyer William London (Socialist-NY)
  • Nicholas William Longworth (R-OH)
  • George Alvin Loud (R-MI)
  • Martin Barnaby Madden (R-IL)
  • Walter Warren Magee (R-NY)
  • James Paul Maher (D-NY)
  • James Robert Mann (R-IL)
  • Carl Edgar Mapes (R-MI)
  • Whitmell Pugh Martin (Progressive-LA)
  • Nelson Edwin Matthews (R-OH)
  • James Henry Mays (D-UT)
  • James Henry Mcandrews (D-IL)
  • Clifton Nesmith Mcarthur (R-OR)
  • James Vernon Mcclintic (D-OK)
  • Paul Grier Mccorkle (D-SC)
  • Robert Mcdowell Mccracken (R-ID)
  • Roscoe Conkling Mcculloch (R-OH)
  • James Thomas Mcdermott (D-IL)
  • Louis Thomas Mcfadden (R-PA)
  • Daniel John Mcgillicuddy (D-ME)
  • Kenneth Douglas Mckellar (D-TN)
  • John Charles Mckenzie (R-IL)
  • William Brown Mckinley (R-IL)
  • James Campbell Mclaughlin (R-MI)
  • Atkins Jefferson Mclemore (D-TX)
  • Jacob Edwin Meeker (R-MO)
  • Clarence Benjamin Miller (R-MN)
  • Samuel Henry Miller (R-PA)
  • Thomas Woodnutt Miller (R-DE)
  • Franklin Wheeler Mondell (R-WY)
  • Andrew Jackson Montague (D-VA)
  • John Austin Moon (D-TN)
  • William Crittenden Mooney (R-OH)
  • Joseph Hampton Moore (R-PA)
  • Merrill Hampton Moores (R-IN)
  • Dick Thompson Morgan (R-OK)
  • Lewis Lovering Morgan (D-LA)
  • John Mary Morin (R-PA)
  • Martin Andrew Morrison (D-IN)
  • Hunter Holmes Moss (R-WV)
  • Ralph Wilbur Moss (D-IN)
  • Luther Wright Mott (R-NY)
  • Sydney Emanuel Mudd (R-MD)
  • William Henry Murray (D-OK)
  • Matthew Mansfield Neely (D-WV)
  • John Mandt Nelson (R-WI)
  • Samuel Jones Nicholls (D-SC)
  • Charles Archibald Nichols (R-MI)
  • John Ignatius Nolan (R-CA)
  • Solomon Taylor North (R-PA)
  • Patrick Daniel Norton (R-ND)
  • George Francis O'shaunessy (D-RI)
  • Peter Davis Oakey (R-CT)
  • Woodson Ratcliffe Oglesby (D-NY)
  • William Allan Oldfield (D-AR)
  • William Bacon Oliver (D-AL)
  • Richard Bacon Olney (D-MA)
  • Arthur Warren Overmyer (D-OH)
  • Lemuel Phillips Padgett (D-TN)
  • Robert Newton Page (D-NC)
  • Calvin Dewitt Paige (R-MA)
  • Frank Dewitt Park (D-GA)
  • James Southworth Parker (R-NY)
  • Richard Wayne Parker (R-NJ)
  • Thomas Gedney Patten (D-NY)
  • John Andrew Peters (R-ME)
  • Michael Francis Phelan (D-MA)
  • Edmund Francis Platt (R-NY)
  • Stephen Geyer Porter (R-PA)
  • Edward William Pou (D-NC)
  • Caleb William Powers (R-KY)
  • Harry Hayt Pratt (R-NY)
  • Jesse Dashiell Price (D-MD)
  • Percy Edwards Quin (D-MS)
  • James Willard Ragsdale (D-SC)
  • Henry Thomas Rainey (D-IL)
  • John Edward Raker (D-CA)
  • Christian William Ramseyer (R-IA)
  • Charles Hiram Randall (Prohibitionist-CA)
  • George Washington Rauch (D-IN)
  • Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn (D-TX)
  • Charles Frank Reavis (R-NE)
  • Michael Kieran Reilly (D-WI)
  • Edwin Darlington Ricketts (R-OH)
  • Daniel Joseph Riordan (D-NY)
  • Edwin Ewing Roberts (R-NV)
  • Ernest William Roberts (R-MA)
  • William August Rodenberg (R-IL)
  • John Jacob Rogers (R-MA)
  • Arthur Blythe Rouse (D-KY)
  • Frederick William Rowe (R-NY)
  • Charles Hedding Rowland (R-PA)
  • Thomas Lewis Rubey (D-MO)
  • Tinsley White Rucker (D-GA)
  • William Waller Rucker (D-MO)
  • Joseph James Russell (D-MO)
  • Joshua Edward Russell (R-OH)
  • Adolph Joachim Sabath (D-IL)
  • Rollin Brewster Sanford (R-NY)
  • Edward Watts Saunders (D-VA)
  • Thomas David Schall (R-MN)
  • Frank Douglas Scott (R-MI)
  • John Roger Scott (R-PA)
  • Thomas Joseph Scully (D-NJ)
  • William Joseph Sears (D-FL)
  • Sam Riley Sells (R-TN)
  • Dorsey William Shackleford (D-MO)
  • Ashton Cokayne Shallenberger (D-NE)
  • Joseph Swagar Sherley (D-KY)
  • Isaac R. Sherwood (D-OH)
  • Jouett R. Shouse (D-KS)
  • Isaac R. Siegel (R-NY)
  • Thetus Willrette Sims (D-TN)
  • Nicholas John Sinnott (R-OR)
  • Thomas Upton Sisson (D-MS)
  • James Luther Slayden (D-TX)
  • Campbell Bascom Slemp (R-VA)
  • Charles Henry Sloan (R-NE)
  • John Humphrey Small (D-NC)
  • Addison Taylor Smith (R-ID)
  • Charles Bennett Smith (D-NY)
  • George Ross Smith (R-MN)
  • John M. Smith (R-MI)
  • William Robert Smith (D-TX)
  • Bertrand Hollis Snell (R-NY)
  • Homer Peter Snyder (R-NY)
  • Stephen Milancthon Sparkman (D-FL)
  • William Henry Stafford (R-WI)
  • Henry Bascom Steagall (D-AL)
  • Charles Manly Stedman (D-NC)
  • Henry Joseph Steele (D-PA)
  • Thomas Jefferson Steele (D-IA)
  • Halvor Jefferson Steenerson (R-MN)
  • Dan Voorhees Stephens (D-NE)
  • Hubert Durrett Stephens (D-MS)
  • John Hall Stephens (D-TX)
  • William Dennison Stephens (Progressive-CA)
  • John Allen Sterling (R-IL)
  • Walter Russell Stiness (R-RI)
  • Claudius Ulysses Stone (D-IL)
  • Tom Ulysses Stout (D-MT)
  • Cyrus Adams Sulloway (R-NH)
  • Hatton William Sumners (D-TX)
  • Howard William Sutherland (R-WV)
  • Burton Erwin Sweet (R-IA)
  • Oscar William Swift (R-NY)
  • Robert Mauck Switzer (R-OH)
  • Joseph Mauck Taggart (D-KS)
  • Peter Francis Tague (D-MA)
  • Joshua Frederick Talbott (D-MD)
  • Clyde Howard Tavenner (D-IL)
  • Edward Thomas Taylor (D-CO)
  • Samuel Mitchell Taylor (D-AR)
  • Henry Wilson Temple (R-PA)
  • Robert Young Thomas (D-KY)
  • Joseph Bryan Thompson (D-OK)
  • John Newton Tillman (D-AR)
  • John Quillin Tilson (R-CT)
  • Charles Bateman Timberlake (R-CO)
  • George Holden Tinkham (R-MA)
  • Horace Mann Towner (R-IA)
  • Allen Towner Treadway (R-MA)
  • Samuel Joelah Tribble (D-GA)
  • Carl Chester Van Dyke (D-MN)
  • William Scott Vare (R-PA)
  • William Webb Venable (D-MS)
  • Carl Webb Vinson (D-GA)
  • Andrew John Volstead (R-MN)
  • John Randall Walker (D-GA)
  • Joseph Randall Walsh (R-MA)
  • Charles Bonnell Ward (R-NY)
  • Edward Hills Wason (R-NH)
  • John Thomas Watkins (D-LA)
  • Henry Winfield Watson (R-PA)
  • Walter Allen Watson (D-VA)
  • Edwin Yates Webb (D-NC)
  • Richard Smith Whaley (D-SC)
  • Loren Edgar Wheeler (R-IL)
  • Seward Henry Williams (R-OH)
  • Thomas Sutler Williams (R-IL)
  • William Elza Williams (D-IL)
  • Emmett Elza Wilson (D-FL)
  • Riley Joseph Wilson (D-LA)
  • William Warfield Wilson (R-IL)
  • Otis Theodore Wingo (D-AR)
  • Samuel Ellsworth Winslow (R-MA)
  • James Walter Wise (D-GA)
  • Samuel Andrew Witherspoon (D-MS)
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