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Encyclopedia > 66th United States Congress
Contents

Dates of Sessions

Major Political Events

Officers

Senate

House of Representatives

The term Speaker is usually the title given to the presiding officer of a countrys lower house of parliament or congress (ie: the House of Commons or House of Representatives). ... Frederick Huntington Gillett (October 16, 1851–July 31, 1935) was a prominent U.S. politician during the early 20th century. ...

Members of the Sixty-sixth United States Congress

Senate

  • Henry F. Ashurst, Democrat, Arizona
  • Lewis H. Ball, Republican, Delaware
  • John H. Bankhead, Democrat, Alabama. Bankhead died 1 March 1920; Braxton B. Comer was appointed, and later James T. Heflin was elected, to take his place.
  • John C. W. Beckham, Democrat, Kentucky
  • William E. Borah, Republican, Idaho
  • Frank B. Brandegee, Republican, Connecticut
  • William M. Calder, Republican, New York
  • Arthur Capper, Republican, Kansas
  • George E. Chamberlain, Democrat, Oregon
  • LeBaron B. Colt, Republican, Rhode Island
  • Braxton B. Comer, Democrat, Alabama. Comer was appointed to fill John H. Bankhead's seat after his death in 1920.
  • Charles A. Culberson, Democrat, Texas
  • Albert B. Cummins, Republican, Iowa
  • Charles Curtis, Republican, Kansas
  • Nathaniel B. Dial, Democrat, South Carolina
  • William P. Dillingham, Republican, Vermont
  • Walter E. Edge, Republican, New Jersey
  • Davis Elkins, Republican, West Virginia
  • Albert B. Fall, Republican, New Mexico
  • Bert M. Fernald, Republican, Maine
  • Duncan U. Fletcher, Democrat, Florida
  • Joseph I. France, Republican, Maryland
  • Joseph S. Frelinghuysen, Republican, New Jersey
  • Edward J. Gay, Democrat, Louisiana
  • Peter G. Gerry, Democrat, Rhode Island
  • Carter Glass, Democrat, Virginia. Glass was appointed and then elected to fill Thomas S. Martin's vacant seat after Martin's death; at the time, Glass was serving as Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Frank R. Gooding, Republican, Idaho. Gooding was appointed to fill John F. Nugent's seat after Nugent resigned, although Gooding had already been elected to the 67th Congress.
  • Thomas P. Gore, Democrat, Oklahoma
  • Asle J. Gronna, Republican, North Dakota
  • Frederick Hale, Republican, Maine
  • Warren G. Harding, Republican, Ohio. Resigned effective 13 January 1921 after being elected President; replaced by Frank B. Willis.
  • William J. Harris, Democrat, Georgia
  • Byron P. Harrison, Democrat, Mississippi
  • James T. Heflin, Democrat, Alabama. Heflin was elected to fill John H. Bankhead's seat after Bankhead died in 1920.
  • Charles B. Henderson, Democrat, Nevada
  • Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Democrat, Nebraska
  • Edwin S. Johnson, Democrat, South Dakota
  • Hiram W. Johnson, Republican, California
  • Andrieus A. Jones, Democrat, New Mexico
  • Wesley L. Jones, Republican, Washington
  • Frank B. Kellogg, Republican, Minnesota
  • John B. Kendrick, Democrat, Wyoming
  • William S. Kenyon, Republican, Iowa
  • Henry W. Keyes, Republican, New Hampshire
  • William H. King, Democrat, Utah
  • William F. Kirby, Democrat, Arkansas
  • Philander C. Knox, Republican, Pennsylvania
  • Robert M. La Follette, Republican, Wisconsin
  • Irvine L. Lenroot, Republican, Wisconsin
  • Henry Cabot Lodge, Republican, Massachusetts
  • Thomas S. Martin, Democrat, Virginia. Martin died 12 November 1919. His vacant seat was filled by Carter Glass.
  • Joseph M. McCormick, Republican, Illinois
  • Porter J. McCumber, Republican, North Dakota
  • Kenneth D. McKellar, Democrat, Tennesse
  • George P. McLean, Republican, Connecticut
  • Charles L. McNary, Republican, Oregon
  • George H. Moses, Republican, New Hampshire
  • Henry L. Myers, Democrat, Montana
  • Knute Nelson, Republican, Minnesota
  • Harry S. New, Republican, Indiana
  • Truman H. Newberry, Republican, Michigan
  • George W. Norris, Republican, Nebraska
  • John F. Nugent, Democrat, Idaho. Resigned 14 January 1921 and replaced by Frank R. Gooding.
  • Lee S. Overman, Democrat, North Carolina
  • Robert L. Owen, Democrat, Oklahoma
  • Carroll S. Page, Republican, Vermont
  • Boies Penrose, Republican, Pennsylvania
  • James D. Phelan, Democrat, California
  • Lawrence C. Phipps, Republican, Colorado
  • Key Pittman, Democrat, Nevada
  • Miles Poindexter, Republican, Washington
  • Atlee Pomerene, Democrat, Ohio
  • Joseph E. Ransdell, Democrat, Louisiana
  • James A. Reed, Democrat, Missouri
  • Joseph T. Robinson, Democrat, Arkansas
  • Morris Sheppard, Democrat, Texas
  • Lawrence Y. Sherman, Republican, Illinois
  • John K. Shields, Democrat, Tennessee
  • Furnifold M. Simmons, Democrat, North Carolina
  • Ellison D. Smith, Democrat, South Carolina
  • Hoke Smith, Democrat, Georgia
  • John W. Smith, Democrat, Maryland
  • Marcus A. Smith, Democrat, Arizona
  • Reed Smoot, Republican, Utah
  • Selden P. Spencer, Republican, Missouri
  • Augustus O. Stanley, Democrat, Kentucky
  • Thomas Sterling, Republican, South Dakota
  • Howard Sutherland, Republican, West Virginia
  • Claude A. Swanson, Democrat, Virginia
  • Charles S. Thomas, Democrat, Colorado
  • Charles E. Townsend, Republican, Michigan
  • Park Trammell, Democrat, Florida
  • Oscar W. Underwood, Democrat, Alabama
  • James W. Wadsworth, Jr., Republican, New York
  • David I. Walsh, Democrat, Massachusetts
  • Thomas J. Walsh, Democrat, Montana
  • Francis E. Warren, Republican, Wyoming
  • James E. Watson, Republican, Indiana
  • John S. Williams, Democrat, Mississippi
  • Frank B. Willis, Republican, Ohio. Willis was appointed to fill Warren G. Harding's vacant seat after Harding's resignation.
  • Josiah O. Wolcott, Democrat, Delaware

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House of Representatives

Alabama

  • Edward B. Almon, Democrat
  • William B. Bankhead, Democrat
  • Fred L. Blackmon, Democrat
  • William B. Bowling, Democrat
  • John L. Burnett, Democrat
  • Stanley H. Dent, Jr., Democrat
  • George Huddleston, Democrat
  • John McDuffie, Democrat
  • William B. Oliver, Democrat
  • Lilius B. Rainey, Democrat
  • Henry B. Steagall, Democrat

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Arizona

Carl T. Hayden Carl Trumbull Hayden (October 2, 1877-January 25, 1972) was the first United States Senator to serve seven terms, and holds the record for longest service in the United States Congress - he served continuously from February 19, 1912 to January 3, 1969. ...

Arkansas

  • Thaddeus H. Caraway, Democrat
  • William S. Goodwin, Democrat
  • Henderson M. Jacoway, Democrat
  • William A. Oldfield, Democrat
  • Samuel M. Taylor, Democrat
  • John N. Tillman, Democrat
  • Otis T. Wingo, Democrat

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California

  • Henry E. Barbour, Republican
  • Charles F. Curry, Republican
  • John A. Elston, Progressive
  • Hugh S. Hersman, Democrat
  • Julius Kahn, Republican
  • William Kettner, Democrat
  • Clarence F. Lea, Democrat
  • John I. Nolan, Republican
  • Henry Z. Osborne, Republican
  • John E. Raker, Democrat
  • Charles H. Randall, Prohibitionist

Colorado

  • Guy U. Hardy, Republican
  • Edward T. Taylor, Democrat
  • Charles B. Timberlake, Republican
  • William N. Vaile, Republican

Connecticut

  • Richard P. Freeman, Republican
  • James P. Glynn, Republican
  • Augustine Lonergan, Democrat
  • Schuyler Merritt, Republican
  • John Q. Tilson, Republican

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Delaware

  • Caleb R. Layton, Republican

Florida

  • Frank Clark, Democrat
  • Herbert J. Drane, Democrat
  • William J. Sears, Democrat
  • John H. Smithwick, Democrat

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Georgia

  • Thomas M. Bell, Democrat
  • Charles H. Brand, Democrat
  • Charles R. Crisp, Democrat
  • William C. Lankford, Democrat
  • William W. Larsen, Democrat
  • Gordon Lee, Democrat
  • James W. Overstreet, Democrat
  • Frank Park, Democrat
  • William D. Upshaw, Democrat
  • Carl Vinson, Democrat
  • James W. Wise, Democrat
  • William C. Wright, Democrat

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Idaho

  • Burton L. French, Republican
  • Addison T. Smith, Republican

Illinois

  • Frederick A. Britten, Republican
  • Edwin B. Brooks, Republican
  • Joseph G. Cannon, Republican
  • Carl R. Chindblom, Republican
  • Ira C. Copley, Progressive
  • Edward E. Denison, Republican
  • Charles E. Fuller, Republican
  • Thomas Gallagher, Democrat
  • William J. Graham, Republican
  • Clifford C. Ireland, Republican
  • Niels Juul, Republican
  • Edward J. King, Republican
  • Martin B. Madden, Republican
  • James R. Mann, Republican
  • William E. Mason, Republican
  • James McAndrews, Democrat
  • John C. McKenzie, Republican
  • William B. McKinley, Republican
  • Henry T. Rainey, Democrat
  • John W. Rainey, Democrat
  • William A. Rodenberg, Republican
  • Adolph J. Sabath, Democrat
  • Frank L. Smith, Republican
  • Loren E. Wheeler, Republican
  • Thomas S. Williams, Republican
  • William W. Wilson, Republican
  • Richard Yates, Republican

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Indiana

  • John S. Benham, Republican
  • Oscar E. Bland, Republican
  • James W. Dunbar, Republican
  • Richard N. Elliott, Republican
  • Louis W. Fairfield, Republican
  • Andrew J. Hickey, Republican
  • Milton Kraus, Republican
  • Oscar R. Luhring, Republican
  • Merrill Moores, Republican
  • Fred S. Purnell, Republican
  • Everett Sanders, Republican
  • Albert H. Vestal, Republican
  • William R. Wood, Republican

Albert Henry Vestal (1875 - 1932) was a U.S. political figure. ...

Iowa

  • William D. Boies, Republican
  • Lester J. Dickinson, Republican
  • Cassius C. Dowell, Republican
  • James W. Good, Republican
  • William R. Green, Republican
  • Gilbert N. Haugen, Republican
  • Harry E. Hull, Republican
  • Charles A. Kennedy, Republican
  • Christian W. Ramseyer, Republican
  • Burton E. Sweet, Republican
  • Horace M. Towner, Republican

Kansas

  • Daniel R. Anthony, Jr., Republican
  • William A. Ayres, Democrat
  • Philip P. Campbell, Republican
  • Homer Hoch, Republican
  • Edward C. Little, Republican
  • James G. Strong, Republican
  • Jasper N. Tincher, Republican
  • Hays B. White, Republican

Kentucky

  • Alben W. Barkley, Democrat
  • James C. Cantrill, Democrat
  • William J. Fields, Democrat
  • Harvey Helm, Democrat
  • Ben Johnson, Democrat
  • David H. Kincheloe, Democrat
  • John W. Langley, Republican
  • Charles F. Ogden, Republican
  • John M. Robsion, Republican
  • Arthur B. Rouse, Democrat
  • King Swope, Republican
  • Robert Y. Thomas, Jr., Democrat

Alben W. Barkley Alben William Barkley ( November 24, 1877 – April 30, 1956) was a Representative and a Senator from Kentucky and the thirty-fifth Vice President of the United States. ... There have been several people called Ben Johnson or Jonson: Ben Johnson - Canadian Athlete Ben Johnson - American actor Ben Jonson - Elizabethan author This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...

Louisiana

  • James B. Aswell, Democrat
  • Henry G. Dupré, Democrat
  • Albert Estopinal, Democrat
  • Ladislas Lazaro, Democrat
  • Whitmell P. Martin, Progressive
  • James O'Connor, Democrat
  • Jared Y. Sanders, Democrat
  • John T. Watkins, Democrat
  • Riley J. Wilson, Democrat

Maine

  • Louis B. Goodall, Republican
  • Ira G. Hersey, Republican
  • John A. Peters, Republican
  • Wallace H. White, Jr., Republican

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Maryland

  • William N. Andrews, Republican
  • Carville D. Benson, Democrat
  • Charles P. Coady, Democrat
  • John C. Linthicum, Democrat
  • Sydney E. Mudd, Republican
  • Frederick N. Zihlman, Republican

Massachusetts

  • Frederick W. Dallinger, Republican
  • John F. Fitzgerald, Democrat
  • Alvan T. Fuller, Republican
  • James A. Gallivan, Democrat
  • Frederick H. Gillett, Republican
  • William S. Greene, Republican
  • Robert Luce, Republican
  • Willfred W. Lufkin, Republican
  • Richard Olney, Democrat
  • Calvin D. Paige, Republican
  • Michael F. Phelan, Democrat
  • John J. Rogers, Republican
  • Peter F. Tague, Democrat
  • George H. Tinkham, Republican
  • Allen T. Treadway, Republican
  • Joseph Walsh, Republican
  • Samuel E. Winslow, Republican

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Michigan

  • Louis C. Cramton, Republican
  • Gilbert A. Currie, Republican
  • Frank E. Doremus, Democrat
  • Joseph W. Fordney, Republican
  • Edward la R. Hamilton, Republican
  • William F. James, Republican
  • Patrick H. Kelley, Republican
  • Carl E. Mapes, Republican
  • James C. McLaughlin, Republican
  • Earl C. Michener, Republican
  • Charles A. Nichols, Republican
  • Frank D. Scott, Republican
  • John M. C. Smith, Republican

Minnesota

  • Sydney Anderson, Republican
  • William L. Carss, Union Laborite
  • Charles R. Davis, Republican
  • Franklin F. Ellsworth, Republican
  • Oscar E. Keller, Independent Republican
  • Harold Knutson, Republican
  • Walter H. Newton, Republican
  • Thomas D. Schall, Republican
  • Halvor Steenerson, Republican
  • Carl C. Van Dyke, Democrat
  • Andrew J. Volstead, Republican

Thomas David Schall (June 4, 1878-December 22, 1935) was a United States politician. ... Andrew John Volstead (October 31, 1860 _ January 20, 1947) was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Minnesota from 1903 to 1923. ...

Mississippi

  • Ezekiel S. Candler, Jr., Democrat
  • James W. Collier, Democrat
  • Benjamin G. Humphreys, Democrat
  • Paul B. Johnson, Democrat
  • Percy E. Quin, Democrat
  • Thomas U. Sisson, Democrat
  • Hubert D. Stephens, Democrat
  • William W. Venable, Democrat

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Missouri

  • Joshua W. Alexander, Democrat
  • William T. Bland, Democrat
  • Charles F. Booher, Democrat
  • Champ Clark, Democrat
  • Clement C. Dickinson, Democrat
  • Leonidas C. Dyer, Republican
  • Edward D. Hays, Republican
  • William L. Igoe, Democrat
  • Samuel C. Major, Democrat
  • Isaac V. McPherson, Republican
  • Jacob le R. Milligan, Democrat
  • William L. Nelson, Democrat
  • Cleveland A. Newton, Republican
  • Marion E. Rhodes, Republican
  • Milton A. Romjue, Democrat
  • Thomas L. Rubey, Democrat
  • William W. Rucker, Democrat

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Montana

  • John M. Evans, Democrat
  • Carl W. Riddick, Republican

Nebraska

  • William E. Andrews, Republican
  • Robert E. Evans, Republican
  • Albert W. Jefferis, Republican
  • Moses P. Kincaid, Republican
  • Melvin O. McLaughlin, Republican
  • Charles F. Reavis, Republican

Nevada

  • Charles R. Evans, Democrat

New Hampshire

  • Sherman E. Burroughs, Republican
  • Edward H. Wason, Republican

New Jersey

  • Ernest R. Ackerman, Republican
  • Isaac Bacharach, Republican
  • William J. Browning, Republican
  • John J. Eagan, Democrat
  • James A. Hamill, Democrat
  • Elijah C. Hutchinson, Republican
  • Frederick R. Lehlbach, Republican
  • Cornelius A. McGlennon, Democrat
  • Daniel F. Minahan, Democrat
  • Francis F. Patterson, Jr., Republican
  • Amos H. Radcliffe, Republican
  • John R. Ramsey, Republican
  • Thomas J. Scully, Democrat

New Mexico

  • Benigno C. Hernández, Republican

New York

  • Charles P. Caldwell, Democrat
  • John F. Carew, Democrat
  • William E. Cleary, Democrat
  • Frank Crowther, Republican
  • Thomas H. Cullen, Democrat
  • Stephen W. Dempsey, Republican
  • Jerome F. Donovan, Democrat
  • Peter J. Dooling, Democrat
  • Thomas B. Dunn, Republican
  • Hamilton Fish, Republican
  • James V. Ganly, Democrat
  • Henry M. Goldfogle, Democrat
  • Norman J. Gould, Republican
  • Anthony J. Griffin, Democrat
  • Reuben L. Haskell, Republican
  • Frederick C. Hicks, Republican
  • William H. Hill, Republican
  • Alanson B. Houghton, Republican
  • James W. Husted, Republican
  • John B. Johnston, Democrat
  • Fiorello H. La Guardia, Republican
  • John MacCrate, Republican
  • Clarence MacGregor, Republican
  • Walter W. Magee, Republican
  • James P. Maher, Democrat
  • Richard F. McKiniry, Democrat
  • James M. Mead, Democrat
  • Luther W. Mott, Republican
  • David J. O'Connell, Democrat
  • James S. Parker, Republican
  • Herbert C. Pell, Jr., Democrat
  • Nathan D. Perlman, Republican
  • Edmund Platt, Republican
  • Daniel A. Reed, Republican
  • Daniel J. Riordan, Democrat
  • Joseph Rowan, Democrat
  • Frederick W. Rowe, Republican
  • Archie D. Sanders, Republican
  • Rollin B. Sanford, Republican
  • Isaac Siegel, Republican
  • Thomas F. Smith, Democrat
  • Bertrand H. Snell, Republican
  • Homer P. Snyder, Republican
  • Christopher D. Sullivan, Democrat
  • Lester D. Volk, Republican
  • Charles B. Ward, Republican

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North Carolina

Robert Lee (Bob) Doughton (1863-1954) was a member of the United States House of Representatives from North Carolina for 42 consecutive years (1911-1953). ... Hannibal Lafayette Godwin (3 November 1873 - 9 June 1929) was a Democratic U.S. Congressman from North Carolina between 1907 and 1921. ... Clyde Roark Hoey (11 December 1877 __ 12 May 1954) was the Democratic governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from 1937 to 1941. ... Zebulon Weaver (12 May 1872 - 29 October 1948) was a Democratic U.S. Congressman from North Carolina between 1917 and 1929 and between 1931 and 1947. ... Edwin Yates Webb (23 May 1872 - 1 March 1948) was a Democratic U.S. Congressman from North Carolina between 1903 and 1919. ...

North Dakota

  • John M. Baer, Republican
  • James H. Sinclair, Republican
  • George M. Young, Republican

Ohio

  • William A. Ashbrook, Democrat
  • John J. Babka, Democrat
  • James T. Begg, Republican
  • Clement C. Brumbaugh, Democrat
  • Raymond C. Cole, Republican
  • John G. Cooper, Republican
  • Martin L. Davey, Democrat
  • Henry I. Emerson, Republican
  • Simeon D. Fess, Republican
  • Israel M. Foster, Republican
  • Warren Gard, Democrat
  • Charles C. Kearns, Republican
  • Nicholas Longworth, Republican
  • Roscoe C. McCulloch, Republican
  • Charles A. Mooney, Democrat
  • Charles E. Moore, Republican
  • Benjamin F. Murphy, Republican
  • Edwin D. Ricketts, Republican
  • Isaac R. Sherwood, Democrat
  • Ambrose E. B. Stephens, Republican
  • Charles J. Thompson, Republican
  • Benjamin F. Welty, Democrat

Martin Luther Davey (July 25, 1884 - March 31, 1946) was a Democratic politician from Ohio. ... Simeon Davison Fess (December 11, 1861 - December 23, 1936) was a Republican politician and educator from Ohio. ... Nicholas Longworth (November 5, 1869-April 9, 1931) was a prominent American politician in the Republican Party during the first third of the 20th century. ... Roscoe Conkling McCulloch (November 27, 1880 - March 17, 1958) was a Republican politician from Ohio who served in the United States House of Representatives and U.S. Senate. ...

Oklahoma

  • Charles D. Carter, Democrat
  • Scott Ferris, Democrat
  • John W. Harreld, Republican
  • William W. Hastings, Democrat
  • Everette B. Howard, Democrat
  • James V. McClintic, Democrat
  • Thomas D. McKeown, Democrat
  • Dick T. Morgan, Republican
  • Charles Swindall, Republican
  • Joseph B. Thompson, Democrat

Oregon

  • Willis C. Hawley, Republican
  • Clifton N. McArthur, Republican
  • Nicholas J. Sinnott, Republican

Willis Chatman Hawley (May 5, 1864 - July 24, 1941), American politician, was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Oregon. ...

Pennsylvania

  • Edward S. Brooks, Republican
  • William J. Burke, Republican
  • Thomas S. Butler, Republican
  • Guy E. Campbell, Democrat
  • John J. Casey, Democrat
  • Peter E. Costello, Republican
  • Thomas S. Crago, Republican
  • George P. Darrow, Republican
  • Arthur G. Dewalt, Democrat
  • George W. Edmonds, Republican
  • John R. Farr, Republican
  • Benjamin K. Focht, Republican
  • Mahlon M. Garland, Republican
  • George S. Graham, Republican
  • William W. Griest, Republican
  • Willis J. Hulings, Republican
  • Evan J. Jones, Republican
  • Melville C. Kelly, Progressive
  • Samuel A. Kendall, Republican
  • Edgar R. Kiess, Republican
  • Aaron S. Kreider, Republican
  • John V. Lesher, Democrat
  • Louis T. McFadden, Republican
  • Patrick McLane, Democrat
  • Joseph H. Moore, Republican
  • John M. Morin, Republican
  • Stephen G. Porter, Republican
  • Harry C. Ransley, Republican
  • John Reber, Republican
  • Edward E. Robbins, Republican
  • John M. Rose, Republican
  • Milton W. Shreve, Republican
  • Henry J. Steele, Democrat
  • Nathan L. Strong, Republican
  • Henry W. Temple, Republican
  • William S. Vare, Republican
  • Anderson H. Walters, Republican
  • Henry W. Watson, Republican
  • John H. Wilson, Democrat

‹The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... John Henry Wilson, popularly known as Johnny Wilson (1871-1956), served as Mayor of Honolulu, Hawaii three times: from 1920 to 1927, from 1929 to 1931, and from 1946 to 1954. ...

Rhode Island

  • Clark Burdick, Republican
  • Ambrose Kennedy, Republican
  • Walter R. Stiness, Republican

South Carolina

  • James F. Byrnes, Democrat
  • Frederick H. Dominick, Democrat
  • Asbury F. Lever, Democrat
  • Edward C. Mann, Democrat
  • Samuel J. Nicholls, Democrat
  • James W. Ragsdale, Democrat
  • William F. Stevenson, Democrat
  • Philip H. Stoll, Democrat
  • Richard S. Whaley, Democrat

Portrait of U.S. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes James Francis Byrnes (May 2, 1879 - April 9, 1972) was a confidante of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and at one point was suggested as his running mate for Vice President. ...

South Dakota

  • Charles A. Christopherson, Republican
  • Harry L. Gandy, Democrat
  • Royal C. Johnson, Republican

Tennessee

  • Joseph W. Byrns, Democrat
  • Ewin L. Davis, Democrat
  • Hubert F. Fisher, Democrat
  • Finis J. Garrett, Democrat
  • Cordell Hull, Democrat
  • John A. Moon, Democrat
  • Lemuel P. Padgett, Democrat
  • Sam R. Sells, Republican
  • Thetus W. Sims, Democrat
  • James W. Taylor, Republican

Secretary Hull Cordell Hull ( October 2, 1871– July 23, 1955) was United States Secretary of State from 1933- 1944 under Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1945. ...

Texas

  • Carlos Bee, Democrat
  • Eugene Black, Democrat
  • Thomas L. Blanton, Democrat
  • John C. Box, Democrat
  • Clay S. Briggs, Democrat
  • James P. Buchanan, Democrat
  • Thomas T. Connally, Democrat
  • Joe H. Eagle, Democrat
  • John N. Garner, Democrat
  • Rufus Hardy, Democrat
  • Claude B. Hudspeth, Democrat
  • John M. Jones, Democrat
  • Fritz G. Lanham, Democrat
  • Joseph J. Mansfield, Democrat
  • Lucian W. Parrish, Democrat
  • Samuel T. Rayburn, Democrat
  • Hatton W. Sumners, Democrat
  • James C. Wilson, Democrat
  • James Young, Democrat

This page is about the U.S. Congressman. ... James P. Buchanan (1867-1937) served as the congressman from the 10th district of Texas from 1913 to 1937. ... John Nance Cactus Jack Garner (November 22, 1868–November 7, 1967) was a Representative from Texas and the thirty-second Vice President of the United States. ... James Young (13 July 1811–May 13, 1883), a Scottish, chemist was born in Glasgow, the son of a joiner and carpenter. ...

Utah

  • James H. Mays, Democrat
  • Milton H. Welling, Democrat

Vermont

  • Porter H. Dale, Republican
  • Frank L. Greene, Republican

Virginia

  • Schuyler O. Bland, Democrat
  • Charles C. Carlin, Democrat
  • Patrick H. Drewry, Democrat
  • Henry d. l. Warr Flood, Democrat
  • Thomas W. Harrison, Democrat
  • Edward E. Holland, Democrat
  • Rorer A. James, Democrat
  • Andrew J. Montague, Democrat
  • Robert W. Moore, Democrat
  • Edward W. Saunders, Democrat
  • Campbell B. Slemp, Republican
  • Walter A. Watson, Democrat
  • James P. Woods, Democrat

Andrew Jackson Montague (1862 - 1937) was a U.S. political figure. ...

Washington

Albert Johnson, known as the Mad Trapper of Rat River, was a petty criminal whose actions eventually sparked off a huge manhunt in the Canada. ... John Franklin Miller (9 June 1862-28 May 1936), an American politician, served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1917 to 1931. ...

West Virginia

  • George M. Bowers, Republican
  • Leonard S. Echols, Republican
  • Wells Goodykoontz, Republican
  • Matthew M. Neely, Democrat
  • Stuart F. Reed, Republican
  • Harry C. Woodyard, Republican

Matthew Neely Matthew M. Neely (b. ...

Wisconsin

  • Victor L. Berger, Socialist
  • Edward E. Browne, Republican
  • David G. Classon, Republican
  • John J. Esch, Republican
  • James A. Frear, Republican
  • John C. Kleczka, Republican
  • Florian Lampert, Republican
  • James G. Monahan, Republican
  • Adolphus P. Nelson, Republican
  • Clifford E. Randall, Republican
  • Edward Voigt, Republican

Victor Luitpold Berger (February 28, 1860 - August 7, 1929) was a United States politician and a founding member of the Socialist Party of America. ...

Wyoming

Franklin Wheeler Mondell (1860 - 1939) was a U.S. political figure. ...

Delegates

  • George B. Grigsby, Alaska
  • Jonah K. Kalanianaole, Republican, Hawaii
  • Charles A. Sulzer, Alaska
  • James Wickersham, Republican, Alaska

James Wickersham (1857-1939) was a district judge for Alaska, appointed by President McKinley to the Third Judicial District in 1900. ...

Resident Commissioners

  • Félix C. Dávila, Unionist, Puerto Rico
  • Jaime C. De Veyra, Philippines
  • Isauro Gabaldon, Philippines
  • Teodoro R. Yangco, Philippines



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