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Encyclopedia > 70th United States Congress

Senators

  • Henry Fountain Ashurst (D-AZ)
  • Alben William Barkley (D-KY)
  • Thomas Francis Bayard (D-DE)
  • Hiram Francis Bingham (R-CT)
  • Hugo Lafayette Black (D-AL)
  • John James Blaine (R-WI)
  • Coleman Livingston Blease (D-SC)
  • William Edgar Borah (R-ID)
  • Sam Gilbert Bratton (D-NM)
  • Smith Wildman Brookhart (R-IA)
  • Edwin Sidney Broussard (D-LA)
  • William Cabell Bruce (D-MD)
  • Theodore Elijah Burton (R-OH)
  • Arthur Elijah Capper (R-KS)
  • Thaddeus Horatius Caraway (D-AR)
  • Royal Samuel Copeland (D-NY)
  • James Samuel Couzens (R-MI)
  • Charles Samuel Curtis (R-KS)
  • Bronson Murray Cutting (R-NM)
  • Porter Hinman Dale (R-VT)
  • Charles Samuel Deneen (R-IL)
  • Clarence Cleveland Dill (D-WA)
  • Thomas Coleman Du Pont (R-DE)
  • Walter Evans Edge (R-NJ)
  • Edward Irving Edwards (D-NJ)
  • Woodbridge Nathan Ferris (D-MI)
  • Simeon Davison Fess (R-OH)
  • Duncan Upshaw Fletcher (D-FL)
  • Lynn Joseph Frazier (R-ND)
  • Walter Franklin George (D-GA)
  • Peter Goelet Gerry (D-RI)
  • Frederick Huntington Gillett (R-MA)
  • Carter Huntington Glass (D-VA)
  • Otis Ferguson Glenn (R-IL)
  • Guy Despard Goff (R-WV)
  • Frank Robert Gooding (R-ID)
  • Arthur Robinson Gould (R-ME)
  • Frank Lester Greene (R-VT)
  • Frederick Lester Hale (R-ME)
  • William Julius Harris (D-GA)
  • Byron Patton Harrison (D-MS)
  • Daniel Oren Hastings (R-DE)
  • Harry Bartow Hawes (D-MO)
  • Carl Trumbull Hayden (D-AZ)
  • James Thomas Heflin (D-AL)
  • Robert Beecher Howell (R-NE)
  • Hiram Warren Johnson (R-CA)
  • Andrieus Aristieus Jones (D-NM)
  • Wesley Livsey Jones (R-WA)
  • John Benjamin Kendrick (D-WY)
  • Henry Wilder Keyes (R-NH)
  • William Henry King (D-UT)
  • Robert Marion La Follette (R-WI)
  • Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo (R-NM)
  • Cyrus Ambrosio Locher (D-OH)
  • Earle Bradford Mayfield (D-TX)
  • Kenneth Douglas Mckellar (D-TN)
  • George Payne Mclean (R-CT)
  • William Henry Mcmaster (R-SD)
  • Charles Linza Mcnary (R-OR)
  • Jesse Houghton Metcalf (R-RI)
  • George Higgins Moses (R-NH)
  • Matthew Mansfield Neely (D-WV)
  • Peter Mansfield Norbeck (R-SD)
  • George William Norris (R-NE)
  • Gerald Prentice Nye (R-ND)
  • Tasker Lowndes Oddie (R-NV)
  • Lee Slater Overman (D-NC)
  • Lawrence Cowle Phipps (R-CO)
  • William Bliss Pine (R-OK)
  • Key Bliss Pittman (D-NV)
  • Joseph Eugene Ransdell (D-LA)
  • David Aiken Reed (R-PA)
  • James Alexander Reed (D-MO)
  • Arthur Raymond Robinson (R-IN)
  • Joseph Taylor Robinson (D-AR)
  • Frederic Mosley Sackett (R-KY)
  • Thomas David Schall (R-MN)
  • Morris David Sheppard (D-TX)
  • Henrik David Shipstead (Farmer-Labor-MN)
  • Samuel Morgan Shortridge (R-CA)
  • Furnifold Mclendel Simmons (D-NC)
  • Ellison Durant Smith (D-SC)
  • Frank Leslie Smith (R-IL)
  • Reed Leslie Smoot (R-UT)
  • Daniel Frederic Steck (D-IA)
  • Frederick Frederic Steiwer (R-OR)
  • Hubert Durrett Stephens (D-MS)
  • Claude Augustus Swanson (D-VA)
  • Elmer Augustus Thomas (D-OK)
  • John Augustus Thomas (R-ID)
  • John William Thomas (D-OK)
  • Park William Trammell (D-FL)
  • Millard Evelyn Tydings (D-MD)
  • Lawrence Davis Tyson (D-TN)
  • Arthur Hendrick Vandenberg (R-MI)
  • William Scott Vare (R-PA)
  • Robert Ferdinand Wagner (D-NY)
  • David Ignatius Walsh (D-MA)
  • Thomas James Walsh (D-MT)
  • Francis Emroy Warren (R-WY)
  • Charles Winfield Waterman (R-CO)
  • James Eli Watson (R-IN)
  • Burton Kendall Wheeler (D-MT)
  • Frank Bartlett Willis (R-OH)

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  • Ernest Robinson Ackerman (R-NJ)
  • Charles Robinson Adkins (R-IL)
  • Richard Steere Aldrich (R-RI)
  • John Clayton Allen (R-IL)
  • Miles Clayton Allgood (D-AL)
  • Edward Berton Almon (D-AL)
  • August Herman Andresen (R-MN)
  • Abram Piatt Andrew (R-MA)
  • Daniel Read Anthony (R-KS)
  • Samuel Shaw Arentz (R-NV)
  • William Wright Arnold (D-IL)
  • James Benjamin Aswell (D-LA)
  • Oscar Louis Auf Der Heide (D-NJ)
  • William Augustus Ayres (D-KS)
  • Isaac Augustus Bacharach (R-NJ)
  • Carl George Bachmann (R-WV)
  • Robert Low Bacon (R-NY)
  • William Brockman Bankhead (D-AL)
  • Henry Ellsworth Barbour (R-CA)
  • James Montgomery Beck (R-PA)
  • Joseph David Beck (R-WI)
  • Carroll Lynwood Beedy (R-ME)
  • Edward Mcmath Beers (R-PA)
  • James Thomas Begg (R-OH)
  • Thomas Montgomery Bell (D-GA)
  • Victor Luitpold Berger (Socialist-WI)
  • Eugene Luitpold Black (D-TX)
  • Loring Milton Black (D-NY)
  • Schuyler Otis Bland (D-VA)
  • Thomas Lindsay Blanton (D-TX)
  • Sol Lindsay Bloom (D-NY)
  • Frank Probasco Bohn (R-MI)
  • William Dayton Boies (R-IA)
  • Henry Leland Bowles (R-MA)
  • Frank Llewellyn Bowman (R-WV)
  • John Calvin Box (D-TX)
  • John Joseph Boylan (D-NY)
  • Charles Joseph Brand (R-OH)
  • Charles Hillyer Brand (D-GA)
  • Clay Stone Briggs (D-TX)
  • Elbert Sidney Brigham (R-VT)
  • Frederick Albert Britten (R-IL)
  • Edward Everts Browne (R-WI)
  • Gordon Weaver Browning (D-TN)
  • James Paul Buchanan (D-TX)
  • John Theodore Buckbee (R-IL)
  • Alfred Lee Bulwinkle (D-NC)
  • Clark Lee Burdick (R-RI)
  • Olger Burton Burtness (R-ND)
  • Thomas Jefferson Busby (D-MS)
  • Robert Grey Bushong (R-PA)
  • Robert Reyburn Butler (R-OR)
  • Thomas Stalker Butler (R-PA)
  • Joseph Wellington Byrns (D-TN)
  • Guy Edgar Campbell (D-PA)
  • Harry Clifford Canfield (D-IN)
  • Clarence Andrew Cannon (D-MO)
  • John Francis Carew (D-NY)
  • Patrick J. Carley (D-NY)
  • William Leighton Carss Farmer LaboriteMN)
  • Albert Edward Carter (R-CA)
  • Wilburn Edward Cartwright (D-OK)
  • John Joseph Casey (D-PA)
  • Emanuel Joseph Celler (D-NY)
  • William Wallace Chalmers (R-OH)
  • Virgil Munday Chapman (D-KY)
  • James Mitchell Chase (R-PA)
  • Carl Richard Chindblom (R-IL)
  • Charles Andrew Christopherson (R-SD)
  • Frank Andrew Clague (R-MN)
  • Robert Henry Clancy (R-MI)
  • John Davenport Clarke (R-NY)
  • John Joseph Cochran (D-MO)
  • Thomas Cunningham Cochran (R-PA)
  • William Wolfe Cohen (D-NY)
  • Cyrenus Wolfe Cole (R-IA)
  • William Purington Cole (D-MD)
  • James William Collier (D-MS)
  • Ross Alexander Collins (D-MS)
  • Don Byron Colton (R-UT)
  • George Hamilton Combs (D-MO)
  • Thomas Terry Connally (D-TX)
  • William Patrick Connery (D-MA)
  • James Joseph Connolly (R-PA)
  • Henry Allen Cooper (R-WI)
  • John Gordon Cooper (R-OH)
  • Parker Gordon Corning (D-NY)
  • Edward Eugene Cox (D-GA)
  • Joe Eugene Crail (R-CA)
  • Louis Convers Cramton (R-MI)
  • Charles Robert Crisp (D-GA)
  • Robert Crosser (D-OH)
  • Frank Robert Crowther (R-NY)
  • Maurice Edgar Crumpacker (R-OR)
  • Francis Dugan Culkin (R-NY)
  • Thomas Henry Cullen (D-NY)
  • Charles Forrest Curry (R-CA)
  • Frederick William Dallinger (R-MA)
  • George Potter Darrow (R-PA)
  • Frederick Morgan Davenport (R-NY)
  • Martin Luther Davey (D-OH)
  • Ewin Lamar Davis (D-TN)
  • RenĂ© Louis De Rouen (D-LA)
  • Joseph Thomas Deal (D-VA)
  • Stephen Wallace Dempsey (R-NY)
  • Edward Everett Denison (R-IL)
  • Clement Cabell Dickinson (D-MO)
  • Lester Jesse Dickinson (R-IA)
  • Samuel Jesse Dickstein (D-NY)
  • Frederick Haskell Dominick (D-SC)
  • Robert Lee Doughton (D-NC)
  • Lewis Williams Douglas (D-AZ)
  • John Joseph Douglass (D-MA)
  • Isaac Hoffer Doutrich (R-PA)
  • Cassius Clay Dowell (R-IA)
  • Thomas Aloysius Doyle (D-IL)
  • Herbert Jackson Drane (D-FL)
  • Patrick Henry Drewry (D-VA)
  • William Joshua Driver (D-AR)
  • Leonidas Carstarphen Dyer (R-MO)
  • Charles Aubrey Eaton (R-NJ)
  • Charles Gordon Edwards (D-GA)
  • Richard Nash Elliott (R-IN)
  • Edward Theodore England (R-WV)
  • Harry Lane Englebright (R-CA)
  • Edward Everett Eslick (D-TN)
  • Harry Allison Estep (R-PA)
  • John Morgan Evans (D-MT)
  • William Elmer Evans (R-CA)
  • Charles Lee Faust (R-MO)
  • Edward Hart Fenn (R-CT)
  • Hamilton Hart Fish (R-NY)
  • Hubert Frederick Fisher (D-TN)
  • Roy Gerald Fitzgerald (R-OH)
  • William Thomas Fitzgerald (R-OH)
  • James Martin Fitzpatrick (D-NY)
  • Thomas Brooks Fletcher (D-OH)
  • Franklin William Fort (R-NJ)
  • Frank Herbert Foss (R-MA)
  • James Archibald Frear (R-WI)
  • Arthur Monroe Free (R-CA)
  • Richard Patrick Freeman (R-CT)
  • Burton Lee French (R-ID)
  • Louis Adams Frothingham (R-MA)
  • James Franklin Fulbright (D-MO)
  • Hampton Pitts Fulmer (D-SC)
  • Allen John Furlow (R-MN)
  • James Ambrose Gallivan (D-MA)
  • Stephen Warfield Gambrill (D-MD)
  • Milton Cline Garber (R-OK)
  • Frank Cline Gardner (D-IN)
  • John Nance Garner (D-TX)
  • Daniel Edward Garrett (D-TX)
  • Finis James Garrett (D-TN)
  • Allard Henry Gasque (D-SC)
  • Ernest Willard Gibson (R-VT)
  • Charles Laceille Gifford (R-MA)
  • Ralph Waldo Gilbert (D-KY)
  • James Peter Glynn (R-CT)
  • Benjamin Martin Golder (R-PA)
  • Thomas Alan Goldsborough (D-MD)
  • Godfrey Gummer Goodwin (R-MN)
  • George Scott Graham (R-PA)
  • Robert Alexis Green (D-FL)
  • William Raymond Green (R-IA)
  • Arthur Herbert Greenwood (D-IN)
  • William Voris Gregory (D-KY)
  • William Walton Griest (R-PA)
  • Anthony Jerome Griffin (D-NY)
  • Ulysses Samuel Guyer (R-KS)
  • Lindley Hoag Hadley (R-WA)
  • Fletcher Hoag Hale (R-NH)
  • Albert Richardson Hall (R-IN)
  • Homer William Hall (R-IL)
  • Thomas William Hall (R-ND)
  • William Cicero Hammer (D-NC)
  • Clarence Eugene Hancock (R-NY)
  • Guy Urban Hardy (R-CO)
  • Butler Black Hare (D-SC)
  • Thomas Walter Harrison (D-VA)
  • William Wirt Hastings (D-OK)
  • Gilbert Nelson Haugen (R-IA)
  • Willis Chatman Hawley (R-OR)
  • James Miller Hazlett (R-PA)
  • Ira Greenlief Hersey (R-ME)
  • Andrew James Hickey (R-IN)
  • Joseph Lister Hill (D-AL)
  • Samuel Billingsley Hill (D-WA)
  • Homer Billingsley Hoch (R-KS)
  • Harold Giles Hoffman (R-NJ)
  • David Giles Hogg (R-IN)
  • William Perry Holaday (R-IL)
  • Joseph Lawrence Hooper (R-MI)
  • Clifford Ragsdale Hope (R-KS)
  • David William Hopkins (R-MO)
  • Robert Griffith Houston (R-DE)
  • Edgar Griffith Howard (D-NE)
  • Everette Burgess Howard (D-OK)
  • George Burgess Huddleston (D-AL)
  • Grant Martin Hudson (R-MI)
  • Claude Benton Hudspeth (D-TX)
  • James Anthony Hughes (R-WV)
  • Cordell Anthony Hull (D-TN)
  • Morton Denison Hull (R-IL)
  • William Edgar Hull (R-IL)
  • James Thomas Igoe (D-IL)
  • Edward Michael Irwin (R-IL)
  • Meyer Michael Jacobstein (D-NY)
  • William Francis James (R-MI)
  • Lamar Francis Jeffers (D-AL)
  • Thomas Albert Jenkins (R-OH)
  • Albert Johnson (R-WA)
  • Jed Joseph Johnson (D-OK)
  • Luther Alexander Johnson (D-TX)
  • Noble Jacob Johnson (R-IN)
  • Royal Cleaves Johnson (R-SD)
  • William Richard Johnson (R-IL)
  • John Marvin Jones (D-TX)
  • Charles August Kading (R-WI)
  • Florence Prag Kahn (R-CA)
  • Charles Cyrus Kearns (R-OH)
  • Melville Clyde Kelly (Progressive-PA)
  • Bolivar Edwards Kemp (D-LA)
  • Samuel Austin Kendall (R-PA)
  • Everett Austin Kent (D-PA)
  • John Hosea Kerr (D-NC)
  • John Clark Ketcham (R-MI)
  • Edgar Raymond Kiess (R-PA)
  • David Hayes Kincheloe (D-KY)
  • John Joseph Kindred (D-NY)
  • Edward John King (R-IL)
  • Harold John Knutson (R-MN)
  • William Frederick Kopp (R-IA)
  • Franklin Frederick Korell (R-OR)
  • Stanley Henry Kunz (D-IL)
  • Jacob Banks Kurtz (R-PA)
  • Ole Juulson Kvale Farmer LaboriteMN)
  • Fiorello Henry La Guardia (R-NY)
  • Florian Henry Lampert (R-WI)
  • Katherine Gudger Langley (R-KY)
  • Fritz Garland Lanham (D-TX)
  • William Chester Lankford (D-GA)
  • William Washington Larsen (D-GA)
  • Ladislas Washington Lazaro (D-LA)
  • Clarence Frederick Lea (D-CA)
  • Elmer O. Leatherwood (R-UT)
  • Scott O. Leavitt (R-MT)
  • James Russell Leech (R-PA)
  • Frederick Reimold Lehlbach (R-NJ)
  • Fred Dickinson Letts (R-IA)
  • George Washington Lindsay (D-NY)
  • John Charles Linthicum (D-MD)
  • Nicholas Charles Longworth (R-OH)
  • Bill Green Lowrey (D-MS)
  • Ralph Fulton Lozier (D-MO)
  • Robert Fulton Luce (R-MA)
  • Homer Le Lyon (D-NC)
  • Melvin Joseph Maas (R-MN)
  • Clarence Joseph Macgregor (R-NY)
  • Martin Barnaby Madden (R-IL)
  • Walter Warren Magee (R-NY)
  • Frederick William Magrady (R-PA)
  • James Earl Major (D-IL)
  • Samuel Collier Major (D-MO)
  • Joe Jonathan Manlove (R-MO)
  • Joseph Jefferson Mansfield (D-TX)
  • Carl Edgar Mapes (R-MI)
  • Joseph William Martin (R-MA)
  • Whitmell Pugh Martin ProgressiveLA)
  • James Vernon Mcclintic (D-OK)
  • John William Mccormack (D-MA)
  • John William Mcduffie (D-AL)
  • Louis Thomas Mcfadden (R-PA)
  • Thomas Deitz Mckeown (D-OK)
  • James Campbell Mclaughlin (R-MI)
  • Clarence John Mcleod (R-MI)
  • Thomas Sanders Mcmillan (D-SC)
  • Samuel Davis Mcreynolds (D-TN)
  • John Jackson Mcswain (D-SC)
  • John Jackson Mcsweeney (D-OH)
  • James Michael Mead (D-NY)
  • Franklin Michael Menges (R-PA)
  • Schuyler Michael Merritt (R-CT)
  • Magne Alfred Michaelson (R-IL)
  • Earl Cory Michener (R-MI)
  • John Franklin Miller (R-WA)
  • Jacob Le Milligan (D-MO)
  • Louis Le Monast (R-RI)
  • Andrew Jackson Montague (D-VA)
  • Charles Anthony Mooney (D-OH)
  • Charles Ellis Moore (R-OH)
  • John William Moore (D-KY)
  • Paul John Moore (D-NJ)
  • Robert Walton Moore (D-VA)
  • Henry Dehaven Moorman (D-KY)
  • John Henry Morehead (D-NE)
  • William Mitchell Morgan (R-OH)
  • John Mary Morin (R-PA)
  • John Mary Morrow (D-NM)
  • Benjamin Franklin Murphy (R-OH)
  • John Edward Nelson (R-ME)
  • John Mandt Nelson (R-WI)
  • William Lester Nelson (D-MO)
  • Walter Hughes Newton (R-MN)
  • Henry Frederick Niedringhaus (R-MO)
  • John Nathaniel Norton (D-NE)
  • Mary Teresa Norton (D-NJ)
  • William Smith O'brien (D-WV)
  • David Joseph O'connell (D-NY)
  • James Joseph O'connor (D-LA)
  • John Joseph O'connor (D-NY)
  • Pearl Peden Oldfield (D-AR)
  • William Allan Oldfield (D-AR)
  • Frank Allan Oliver (D-NY)
  • William Bacon Oliver (D-AL)
  • Cyrus Maffet Palmer (R-PA)
  • Vincent Luke Palmisano (D-MD)
  • James Southworth Parker (R-NY)
  • Tilman Bacon Parks (D-AR)
  • Lafayette Lee Patterson (D-AL)
  • Hubert Haskell Peavey (R-WI)
  • George Campbell Peery (D-VA)
  • Randolph Campbell Perkins (R-NJ)
  • Stephen Geyer Porter (R-PA)
  • Edward William Pou (D-NC)
  • Anning Smith Prall (D-NY)
  • Harcourt Joseph Pratt (R-NY)
  • Fred Sampson Purnell (R-IN)
  • John Francis Quayle (D-NY)
  • Percy Edwards Quin (D-MS)
  • Heartsill Edwards Ragon (D-AR)
  • Henry Thomas Rainey (D-IL)
  • Christian William Ramseyer (R-IA)
  • John Elliott Rankin (D-MS)
  • Harry Clay Ransley (R-PA)
  • Henry Riggs Rathbone (R-IL)
  • Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn (D-TX)
  • Brazilla Carroll Reece (R-TN)
  • Daniel Alden Reed (R-NY)
  • James Byron Reed (D-AR)
  • Frank R. Reid (R-IL)
  • Thomas John Robinson (R-IA)
  • John Marshall Robsion (R-KY)
  • Edith Nourse Rogers (R-MA)
  • Milton Andrew Romjue (D-MO)
  • Harry Emerson Rowbottom (R-IN)
  • Thomas Lewis Rubey (D-MO)
  • Samuel Lewis Rutherford (D-GA)
  • Adolph Joachim Sabath (D-IL)
  • Archie Dovell Sanders (R-NY)
  • Morgan Gurley Sanders (D-TX)
  • John Nicholas Sandlin (D-LA)
  • John Charles Schafer (R-WI)
  • George John Schneider (R-WI)
  • William Joseph Sears (D-FL)
  • Willis Gratz Sears (R-NE)
  • George Nicholas Seger (R-NJ)
  • Conrad George Selvig (R-MN)
  • Ashton Cokayne Shallenberger (D-NE)
  • Milton William Shreve (R-PA)
  • Robert Glenmore Simmons (R-NE)
  • James Herbert Sinclair (R-ND)
  • Nicholas John Sinnott (R-OR)
  • William Irving Sirovich (D-NY)
  • Addison Taylor Smith (R-ID)
  • Bertrand Hollis Snell (R-NY)
  • Andrew Lawrence Somers (D-NY)
  • John Charles Speaks (R-OH)
  • James Zacharie Spearing (D-LA)
  • Elliott Wilford Sproul (R-IL)
  • William Henry Sproul (R-KS)
  • Gale Hamilton Stalker (R-NY)
  • Henry Bascom Steagall (D-AL)
  • Charles Manly Stedman (D-NC)
  • Leslie Jasper Steele (D-GA)
  • Ambrose Everett Stephens (R-OH)
  • William Francis Stevenson (D-SC)
  • George Russell Stobbs (R-MA)
  • James George Strong (R-KS)
  • Nathan Leroy Strong (R-PA)
  • James French Strother (R-WV)
  • Christopher Daniel Sullivan (D-NY)
  • John William Summers (R-WA)
  • Hatton William Sumners (D-TX)
  • Fletcher B. Swank (D-OK)
  • Thaddeus C. Sweet (R-NY)
  • Jesse Howard Swick (R-PA)
  • Philip David Swing (R-CA)
  • John David Taber (R-NY)
  • Malcolm Connor Tarver (D-GA)
  • Charles Connor Tatgenhorst (R-OH)
  • Edward Thomas Taylor (D-CO)
  • James Willis Taylor (R-TN)
  • Henry Wilson Temple (R-PA)
  • Maurice Hudson Thatcher (R-KY)
  • Charles James Thompson (R-OH)
  • Lloyd James Thurston (R-IA)
  • John Newton Tillman (D-AR)
  • John Quillin Tilson (R-CT)
  • Charles Bateman Timberlake (R-CO)
  • George Holden Tinkham (R-MA)
  • Allen Towner Treadway (R-MA)
  • Henry St. Tucker (D-VA)
  • Charles Lee Underhill (R-MA)
  • Mell Gilbert Underwood (D-OH)
  • Ralph Eugene Updike (R-IN)
  • William Newell Vaile (R-CO)
  • Albert Henry Vestal (R-IN)
  • Bird J. Vincent (R-MI)
  • Earl W. Vincent (R-IA)
  • Carl W. Vinson (D-GA)
  • Frederick Moore Vinson (D-KY)
  • Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright (R-NY)
  • Orie Solomon Ware (D-KY)
  • Lindsay Carter Warren (D-NC)
  • Edward Hills Wason (R-NH)
  • Laurence Hawley Watres (R-PA)
  • Henry Winfield Watson (R-PA)
  • Zebulon Winfield Weaver (D-NC)
  • Richard Joseph Welch (R-CA)
  • Royal Hurlburt Weller (D-NY)
  • George Austin Welsh (R-PA)
  • Hays Baxter White (R-KS)
  • Sebastian Harrison White (D-CO)
  • Wallace Humphrey White (R-ME)
  • Joseph Humphrey Whitehead (D-VA)
  • William Madison Whittington (D-MS)
  • Richard Bowditch Wigglesworth (R-MA)
  • Clyde Bowditch Williams (D-MO)
  • Guinn Bowditch Williams (D-TX)
  • Thomas Sutler Williams (R-IL)
  • William Sutler Williamson (R-SD)
  • Riley Joseph Wilson (D-LA)
  • Thomas Webber Wilson (D-MS)
  • Otis Theodore Wingo (D-AR)
  • Charles Edwin Winter (R-WY)
  • James Edwin Wolfenden (R-PA)
  • Charles Anderson Wolverton (R-NJ)
  • William Robert Wood (R-IN)
  • Roy Orchard Woodruff (R-MI)
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