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Encyclopedia > 79th United States Congress

Senators

George David Aiken (August 20, 1892–November 19, 1984) was an American politician from Vermont. ... Warren Robinson Austin (November 12, 1877 - December 25, 1962) was an American politician and statesman; among other roles, he served as Senator from Vermont. ... Josiah William Bailey (14 September 1873 - 15 December 1946) was a Democratic U.S. senator from the state of North Carolina between 1931 and 1946. ... John Hollis Bankhead (September 13, 1842–March 1, 1920) was a U.S. senator from the state of Alabama. ... Senator Owen Brewster defeated after battles with Howard Hughes Ralph Owen Brewster (February 22, 1888–December 25, 1961) was an American politician from Maine. ... Henry Styles Bridges (September 9, 1898–November 26, 1961) was an American politician from New Hampshire. ... Henry Styles Bridges (September 9, 1898–November 26, 1961) was an American politician from New Hampshire. ... Harold Hitz Burton (June 22, 1888 - October 28, 1964) was an American Senator and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. ... Harry Flood Byrd, Sr. ... Homer Earl Capehart (June 6, 1897–September 3, 1979), American business innovator and politician, was born in Algiers, Indiana. ... John Sherman Cooper (August 23, 1901 - February 21, 1991) was a Republican United States senator from Kentucky who served a total of 20 years (1946-1949, 1952-1955, 1956-1973). ... Forrest C. Donnell (August 20, 1884–March 3, 1980) was a United States Senator and a Governor of Missouri. ... Henry Clarence Dworshak (29 August 1894-23 July 1962) was a United States representative and a senator for the state of Idaho, as well as a sergeant in the Army and a publisher. ... James Oliver Eastland (November 28, 1904–February 19, 1986) was an American politician from Mississippi who served in the U.S. Senate briefly in 1941 and again from 1943 to 1978. ... Categories: Stub | 1890 births | 1972 deaths | United States Senators ... ... James William Fulbright (April 9, 1905 – February 9, 1995) was a well-known member of the United States Senate representing Arkansas. ... Walter Franklin George (January 29, 1878 – August 24, 1957) was an american politician from the state of Georgia. ... Theodore Francis Green (October 2, 1867–May 19, 1966) was an American politician who served as Governor of Rhode Island from 1933 until 1937, when he was elected as a United States Senator from that state, serving until 1961. ... Bourke Blakemore Hickenlooper ( July 21, 1896–September 4, 1971), was a member of the Republican Party, first elected to statewide office in Iowa as lieutenant governor, serving from 1939 to 1942 and then as Governor from 1943 to 1944. ... 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. ... Edwin Carl Johnson (January 1, 1884 May 30, 1970) was a Democratic Party politician from the state of Colorado. ... Hiram Warren Johnson (September 2, 1866–August 6, 1945) was a leading American Progressive politician from California; he served as Governor from 1911-1917, and as a United States Senator from 1917-1945. ... For the senator Scott W. Lucas Scott Lucas (born May 10, 1970) is a singer and guitarist of Local H. Local H was born after Lucas met Joe Daniels, the bands drummer in a Zion, Illinois High School. ... Wayne Morse (October 20, 1900 - July 22, 1974) was a United States Senator from Oregon from 1945 to 1969. ... Absalom Willis Robertson (May 27, 1887 - November 1, 1971) was a politician from the state of Virginia. ... John Jackson Sparkman (December 20, 1899 - November 16, 1985) was a United States politician from Alabama. ... Robert Alphonso Taft I (September 8, 1889 - July 31, 1953), of the Taft family political dynasty of Ohio, was a United States Senator and Presidential candidate in the United States Republican Party. ... For the victim of Mt. ... William Bradley Umstead (13 May 1895 -- 7 November 1954) was the Democratic governor of the state of North Carolina from 1953 to 1954. ... Arthur Hendrick Vandenberg (March 22, 1884–April 18, 1951) was a Republican Senator from the state of Michigan who participated in the creation of the United Nations. ... Portrait of Robert F. Wagner in the U.S. Senate Reception Room Robert Ferdinand Wagner (8 June 1877–4 May 1953) was a U.S. Senator from New York. ... Time magazine, June 18, 1923 Burton Kendall Wheeler (February 27, 1882–January 6, 1975) was an American politician. ...

Representatives

  • Thomas Gerstle Abernethy (D-MS)
  • Sherman Gerstle Adams (R-NH)
  • Asa Leonard Allen (D-LA)
  • Leo Elwood Allen (R-IL)
  • James Lindsay Almond (D-VA)
  • Herman Carl Andersen (R-MN)
  • Clinton Presba Anderson (D-NM)
  • John Zuinglius Anderson (R-CA)
  • August Herman Andresen (R-MN)
  • George William Andrews (D-AL)
  • Walter Gresham Andrews (R-NY)
  • Homer Daniel Angell (R-OR)
  • Leslie Cornelius Arends (R-IL)
  • Samuel Washington Arnold (R-MO)
  • James Coats Auchincloss (R-NJ)
  • Cleveland Monroe Bailey (D-WV)
  • Harry Streett Baldwin (D-MD)
  • Joseph Clark Baldwin (R-NY)
  • Graham Arthur Barden (D-NC)
  • Frank Aloysius Barrett (R-WY)
  • William Aloysius Barrett (D-PA)
  • William Bernard Barry (D-NY)
  • George Joseph Bates (R-MA)
  • Joseph Bengal Bates (D-KY)
  • James Glenn Beall (R-MD)
  • Lindley Garrison Beckworth (D-TX)
  • Charles Jasper Bell (D-MO)
  • George Harrison Bender (R-OH)
  • Augustus Witschief Bennet (R-NY)
  • Marion Tinsley Bennett (R-MO)
  • Andrew John Biemiller (D-WI)
  • Cecil William Bishop (R-IL)
  • William Wallace Blackney (R-MI)
  • Schuyler Otis Bland (D-VA)
  • Sol Otis Bloom (D-NY)
  • Frances Payne Bolton (R-OH)
  • Herbert Covington Bonner (D-NC)
  • Lyle H. Boren (D-OK)
  • Frank William Boykin (D-AL)
  • Frederick Van Bradley (R-MI)
  • Michael Joseph Bradley (D-PA)
  • Walter Ellsworth Brehm (R-OH)
  • Overton Ellsworth Brooks (D-LA)
  • Clarence J. Brown (R-OH)
  • Paul J. Brown (D-GA)
  • David Emmert Brumbaugh (R-PA)
  • Joseph Raleigh Bryson (D-SC)
  • Frank Raleigh Buchanan (D-PA)
  • Ellsworth Brewer Buck (R-NY)
  • Charles Anthony Buckley (D-NY)
  • Howard Homan Buffett (R-NE)
  • Alfred Lee Bulwinkle (D-NC)
  • Berkeley Lloyd Bunker (D-NV)
  • William Olin Burgin (D-NC)
  • John Cornelius Butler (R-NY)
  • William Thomas Byrne (D-NY)
  • John William Byrnes (R-WI)
  • Albert Sidney Camp (D-GA)
  • Howard Edmond Campbell (R-PA)
  • Gordon Edmond Canfield (R-NJ)
  • Arthur Patrick Cannon (D-FL)
  • Clarence Andrew Cannon (D-MO)
  • Frank Andrew Carlson (R-KS)
  • Albert Sidney Carnahan (D-MO)
  • Clifford Philip Case (R-NJ)
  • Francis Higbee Case (R-SD)
  • Emanuel Higbee Celler (D-NY)
  • Virgil Munday Chapman (D-KY)
  • Frank Leslie Chelf (D-KY)
  • John Edgar Chenoweth (R-CO)
  • Robert Bruce Chiperfield (R-IL)
  • Ralph Edwin Church (R-IL)
  • Jerome Bayard Clark (D-NC)
  • Charles Russell Clason (R-MA)
  • Earle C Clements (D-KY)
  • Cliff C Clevenger (R-OH)
  • Roy C Clippinger (R-IL)
  • John Joseph Cochran (D-MO)
  • John Main Coffee (D-WA)
  • Albert Mcdonald Cole (R-KS)
  • William Clay Cole (R-MO)
  • William Sterling Cole (R-NY)
  • William Meyers Colmer (D-MS)
  • Jesse Martin Combs (D-TX)
  • Harold Dunbar Cooley (D-NC)
  • Jere Dunbar Cooper (D-TN)
  • Robert James Corbett (R-PA)
  • William Wirt Courtney (D-TN)
  • Edward Eugene Cox (D-GA)
  • William Fadjo Cravens (D-AR)
  • Fred Lewis Crawford (R-MI)
  • Robert Lewis Crosser (D-OH)
  • Paul Harvey Cunningham (R-IA)
  • James Michael Curley (D-MA)
  • Carl Thomas Curtis (R-NE)
  • Thomas D'alesandro (D-MD)
  • Wesley Abner D'ewart (R-MT)
  • Ralph Hunter Daughton (D-VA)
  • Clifford Hunter Davis (D-TN)
  • William Levi Dawson (D-IL)
  • Emerson Hugh De Lacy (D-WA)
  • James Joseph Delaney (D-NY)
  • John Joseph Delaney (D-NY)
  • Samuel Joseph Dickstein (D-NY)
  • John David Dingell (D-MI)
  • Everett Mckinley Dirksen (R-IL)
  • James Isaac Dolliver (R-IA)
  • James Isaac Domengeaux (D-LA)
  • George Anthony Dondero (R-MI)
  • Robert Lee Doughton (D-NC)
  • Emily Taft Douglas (D-IL)
  • Helen Gahagan Douglas (D-CA)
  • Clyde Gilman Doyle (D-CA)
  • Patrick Henry Drewry (D-VA)
  • Carl Thomas Durham (D-NC)
  • Harold Henderson Earthman (D-TN)
  • Charles Aubrey Eaton (R-NJ)
  • Herman Peter Eberharter (D-PA)
  • Alfred James Elliott (D-CA)
  • Hubert Summers Ellis (R-WV)
  • Mathew Harris Ellsworth (R-OR)
  • Edward Julius Elsaesser (R-NY)
  • Charles Henry Elston (R-OH)
  • Albert Joseph Engel (R-MI)
  • Clair Joseph Engle (D-CA)
  • Joseph Wilson Ervin (D-NC)
  • Samuel James Ervin (D-NC)
  • George Hyde Fallon (D-MD)
  • Michael Aloysius Feighan (D-OH)
  • Frank Aloysius Fellows (R-ME)
  • Ivor David Fenton (R-PA)
  • Antonio Manuel Fernández (D-NM)
  • Ovie Clark Fisher (D-TX)
  • John William Flannagan (D-VA)
  • Daniel John Flood (D-PA)
  • John Edward Fogarty (D-RI)
  • John Hamlin Folger (D-NC)
  • Aime Joseph Forand (D-RI)
  • Hadwen Carlton Fuller (R-NY)
  • James Grove Fulton (R-PA)
  • William James Gallagher (D-MN)
  • Ralph Abernethy Gamble (R-NY)
  • Edward Joseph Gardner (D-OH)
  • Julian Vaughan Gary (D-VA)
  • Ezekiel Candler Gathings (D-AR)
  • Leon Harry Gavin (R-PA)
  • Bertrand Wesley Gearhart (R-CA)
  • James Patrick Geelan (D-CT)
  • Charles Lewis Gerlach (R-PA)
  • John Strickland Gibson (D-GA)
  • Charles Laceille Gifford (R-MA)
  • Dean Milton Gillespie (R-CO)
  • Wilson Darwin Gillette (R-PA)
  • George W. Gillie (R-IN)
  • Angier Louis Goodwin (R-MA)
  • Thomas Sylvy Gordon (D-IL)
  • Albert Arnold Gore (D-TN)
  • Martin Arnold Gorski (D-IL)
  • Ed Lee Gossett (D-TX)
  • Louis Edward Graham (R-PA)
  • William Thomas Granahan (D-PA)
  • Walter Keil Granger (D-UT)
  • George Mcinvale Grant (D-AL)
  • Robert Allen Grant (R-IN)
  • William Joseph Green (D-PA)
  • Noble Jones Gregory (D-KY)
  • Percy Wilfred Griffiths (R-OH)
  • Chester Heilman Gross (R-PA)
  • Ralph Waldo Gwinn (R-NY)
  • John Williams Gwynne (R-IA)
  • Harold Christian Hagen Farmer LaboriteMN)
  • Robert Christian Hale (R-ME)
  • Edwin Arthur Hall (R-NY)
  • Leonard Wood Hall (R-NY)
  • Charles Abraham Halleck (R-IN)
  • Clarence Eugene Hancock (R-NY)
  • Thomas Millet Hand (R-NJ)
  • Butler Black Hare (D-SC)
  • Richard Fielding Harless (D-AZ)
  • Forest Arthur Harness (R-IN)
  • Oren Arthur Harris (D-AR)
  • Burr Powell Harrison (D-VA)
  • Edward Joseph Hart (D-NJ)
  • Fred Allan Hartley (R-NJ)
  • Franck Roberts Havenner (D-CA)
  • Lawrence Brooks Hays (D-AR)
  • Ned Romeyn Healy (D-CA)
  • Felix Edward Hébert (D-LA)
  • Erland Harold Hedrick (D-WV)
  • James Joseph Heffernan (D-NY)
  • James Vandaveer Heidinger (R-IL)
  • Joseph Edward Hendricks (D-FL)
  • Robert Kirkland Henry (R-WI)
  • Christian Archibald Herter (R-MA)
  • John Walter Heselton (R-MA)
  • William Emil Hess (R-OH)
  • William Silas Hill (R-CO)
  • John Carl Hinshaw (R-CA)
  • Samuel Francis Hobbs (D-AL)
  • Daniel Knabb Hoch (D-PA)
  • Charles Bernard Hoeven (R-IA)
  • Carl Henry Hoffman (R-PA)
  • Clare Eugene Hoffman (R-MI)
  • Chester Earl Holifield (D-CA)
  • Otis Halbert Holmes (R-WA)
  • Pehr Gustaf Holmes (R-MA)
  • Frank Eugene Hook (D-MI)
  • Clifford Ragsdale Hope (R-KS)
  • Walter Franklin Horan (R-WA)
  • George Evan Howell (R-IL)
  • Walter B. Huber (D-OH)
  • Merlin B. Hull ProgressiveWI)
  • Edouard Victor Izac (D-CA)
  • Henry Martin Jackson (D-WA)
  • Peterson Bryant Jarman (D-AL)
  • Thomas Albert Jenkins (R-OH)
  • John Albert Jennings (R-TN)
  • Benton Franklin Jensen (R-IA)
  • Anton Joseph Johnson (R-IL)
  • Jed Joseph Johnson (D-OK)
  • Justin Leroy Johnson (R-CA)
  • Luther Alexander Johnson (D-TX)
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson (D-TX)
  • Noble Jacob Johnson (R-IN)
  • Robert Franklin Jones (R-OH)
  • Bartel John Jonkman (R-MI)
  • Walter Henry Judd (R-MN)
  • Robert Winthrop Kean (R-NJ)
  • Bernard William Kearney (R-NY)
  • John William Kee (D-WV)
  • Frank Bateman Keefe (R-WI)
  • Carey Estes Kefauver (D-TN)
  • Augustine Bernard Kelley (D-PA)
  • Edward Austin Kelly (D-IL)
  • Eugene James Keogh (D-NY)
  • John Hosea Kerr (D-NC)
  • Clarence Evans Kilburn (R-NY)
  • Paul Joseph Kilday (D-TX)
  • Cecil Rhodes King (D-CA)
  • John Roland Kinzer (R-PA)
  • Michael Joseph Kirwan (D-OH)
  • Arthur George Klein (D-NY)
  • Harold George Knutson (R-MN)
  • Herman Paul Kopplemann (D-CT)
  • John Crain Kunkel (R-PA)
  • Charles Marion La Follette (R-IN)
  • Gerald Wayne Landis (R-IN)
  • Thomas Joseph Lane (D-MA)
  • Fritz Garland Lanham (D-TX)
  • Henry Dominique Larcade (D-LA)
  • Henry Jepson Latham (R-NY)
  • Karl Miles Le Compte (R-IA)
  • Jay Miles Le Fevre (R-NY)
  • Clarence Frederick Lea (D-CA)
  • William Frederick Lemke (R-ND)
  • John Frederick Lesinski (D-MI)
  • Earl Ramage Lewis (R-OH)
  • William Walter Link (D-IL)
  • Clare Boothe Luce (R-CT)
  • Louis Leon Ludlow (D-IN)
  • John Emmett Lyle (D-TX)
  • Walter Aloysius Lynch (D-NY)
  • Ray John Madden (D-IN)
  • George Herman Mahon (D-TX)
  • Paul Herbert Maloney (D-LA)
  • Carter Herbert Manasco (D-AL)
  • Helen Douglas Mankin (D-GA)
  • Joseph Jefferson Mansfield (D-TX)
  • Michael Joseph Mansfield (D-MT)
  • Vito Anthony Marcantonio American LaboriteNY)
  • Joseph William Martin (R-MA)
  • Thomas Ellsworth Martin (R-IA)
  • Noah Morgan Mason (R-IL)
  • Frank Asbury Mathews (R-NJ)
  • Andrew Jackson May (KY)
  • Samuel Kerns Mcconnell (R-PA)
  • John William Mccormack (D-MA)
  • Edward Oscar Mccowen (R-OH)
  • Gordon Leo Mcdonough (R-CA)
  • Daniel Rayford Mcgehee (D-MS)
  • Herbert Joseph Mcglinchey (D-PA)
  • J. Harry Mcgregor (R-OH)
  • Charles Edgar Mckenzie (D-LA)
  • John Lanneau Mcmillan (D-SC)
  • Rolla Coral Mcmillen (R-IL)
  • Chester Earl Merrow (R-NH)
  • Earl Cory Michener (R-MI)
  • Arthur Lewis Miller (R-NE)
  • George Paul Miller (D-CA)
  • Wilbur Daigh Mills (D-AR)
  • Almer Stillwell Monroney (D-OK)
  • Thomas Ellsworth Morgan (D-PA)
  • James Hobson Morrison (D-LA)
  • James Wheaton Mott (R-OR)
  • Karl Earl Mundt (R-SD)
  • John Robert Murdock (D-AZ)
  • John William Murphy (D-PA)
  • Reid Fred Murray (R-WI)
  • Thomas Jefferson Murray (D-TN)
  • Matthew Mansfield Neely (D-WV)
  • Albin Walter Norblad (R-OR)
  • William Frank Norrell (D-AR)
  • Mary Teresa Norton (D-NJ)
  • George Donoghue O'brien (D-MI)
  • Thomas Joseph O'brien (D-IL)
  • James Francis O'connor (D-MT)
  • Joseph Patrick O'hara (R-MN)
  • Alvin Edward O'konski (R-WI)
  • Emmet Edward O'neal (D-KY)
  • Donald Lawrence O'toole (D-NY)
  • George Elmer Outland (D-CA)
  • Stephen Elmer Pace (D-GA)
  • John William Patman (D-TX)
  • Luther William Patrick (D-AL)
  • Ellis Ellwood Patterson (D-CA)
  • Hugh Ellwood Peterson (D-GA)
  • James Hardin Peterson (D-FL)
  • Joseph Lawrence Pfeifer (D-NY)
  • Philip Joseph Philbin (D-MA)
  • John Joseph Phillips (R-CA)
  • Thomas Augustus Pickett (D-TX)
  • William Alvin Pittenger (R-MN)
  • Walter Christian Ploeser (R-MO)
  • Charles Albert Plumley (R-VT)
  • William Robert Poage (D-TX)
  • Adam Clayton Powell (D-NY)
  • David Lane Powers (R-NJ)
  • Eliza Jane Pratt (D-NC)
  • Charles Melvin Price (D-IL)
  • Emory Hilliard Price (D-FL)
  • James Percy Priest (D-TN)
  • Peter Anthony Quinn (D-NY)
  • Louis Charles Rabaut (D-MI)
  • Benjamin J. Rabin (D-NY)
  • Albert Mckinley Rains (D-AL)
  • Homer Alonzo Ramey (R-OH)
  • Robert C. Ramspeck (D-GA)
  • Jennings C. Randolph (D-WV)
  • John Elliott Rankin (D-MS)
  • Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn (D-TX)
  • Leo Frederick Rayfiel (D-NY)
  • Brazilla Carroll Reece (R-TN)
  • Chauncey William Reed (R-IL)
  • Daniel Alden Reed (R-NY)
  • Edward Herbert Rees (R-KS)
  • Alexander John Resa (D-IL)
  • Robert Fleming Rich (R-PA)
  • James Prioleau Richards (D-SC)
  • John Jacob Riley (D-SC)
  • Lucius Mendel Rivers (D-SC)
  • Ross Mendel Rizley (R-OK)
  • Charles Raymond Robertson (R-ND)
  • James William Robinson (D-UT)
  • John Marshall Robsion (R-KY)
  • Robert Fay Rockwell (R-CO)
  • Robert Lewis Rodgers (R-PA)
  • Dudley George Roe (D-MD)
  • James A. Roe (D-NY)
  • Dwight Laing Rogers (D-FL)
  • Edith Nourse Rogers (R-MA)
  • George Frederick Rogers (D-NY)
  • John James Rooney (D-NY)
  • William A. Rowan (D-IL)
  • Sam Morris Russell (D-TX)
  • Joseph Francis Ryter (D-CT)
  • Adolph Joachim Sabath (D-IL)
  • George Gregory Sadowski (D-MI)
  • Lansdale Ghiselin Sasscer (D-MD)
  • Dave Edward Satterfield (D-VA)
  • Charles Raymon Savage (D-WA)
  • George Blaine Schwabe (R-OK)
  • Max Blaine Schwabe (R-MO)
  • James Paul Scoblick (R-PA)
  • Errett Power Scrivner (R-KS)
  • Paul Werntz Shafer (R-MI)
  • Edgar Allan Sharp (R-NY)
  • Harry Richard Sheppard (D-CA)
  • John Edward Sheridan (D-PA)
  • Dewey Jackson Short (R-MO)
  • Robert Lee Sikes (D-FL)
  • Richard Murray Simpson (R-PA)
  • Sidney Elmer Simpson (R-IL)
  • Roger Caldwell Slaughter (D-MO)
  • Frederick Cleveland Smith (R-OH)
  • Howard Worth Smith (D-VA)
  • Lawrence Henry Smith (R-WI)
  • Margaret Chase Smith (R-ME)
  • John Buell Snyder (D-PA)
  • Andrew Lawrence Somers (D-NY)
  • John Jackson Sparkman (D-AL)
  • Brent Jackson Spence (D-KY)
  • Raymond Smiley Springer (R-IN)
  • Thomas Bahnson Stanley (D-VA)
  • Frank Thomas Starkey (D-MN)
  • Karl Thomas Stefan (R-NE)
  • William Henry Stevenson (R-WI)
  • Paul Henry Stewart (D-OK)
  • William Grady Stigler (D-OK)
  • Lowell Grady Stockman (R-OR)
  • John Berchmans Sullivan (D-MO)
  • Jessie Berchmans Sumner (R-IL)
  • Hatton William Sumners (D-TX)
  • Frank Leander Sundstrom (R-NJ)
  • John Leander Taber (R-NY)
  • Joseph Edward Talbot (R-CT)
  • Henry Oscar Talle (R-IA)
  • Malcolm Connor Tarver (D-GA)
  • Dean Park Taylor (R-NY)
  • Olin Earl Teague (D-TX)
  • William Richard Thom (D-OH)
  • Albert Richard Thomas (D-TX)
  • John Parnell Thomas (R-NJ)
  • Robert Ewing Thomason (D-TX)
  • Harve Ewing Tibbott (R-PA)
  • John Harvey Tolan (D-CA)
  • James H. Torrens (D-NY)
  • Harry Lancaster Towe (R-NJ)
  • Philip Andrew Traynor (D-DE)
  • James William Trimble (D-AR)
  • Carl William Vinson (D-GA)
  • Horace Jeremiah Voorhis (D-CA)
  • John Martin Vorys (R-OH)
  • Charles Wesley Vursell (R-IL)
  • James Wolcott Wadsworth (R-NY)
  • Francis Eugene Walter (D-PA)
  • Thaddeus Francis Wasielewski (D-WI)
  • Zebulon Francis Weaver (D-NC)
  • Alvin F. Weichel (R-OH)
  • Samuel Arthur Weiss (PA)
  • Richard Joseph Welch (R-CA)
  • Milton Horace West (D-TX)
  • Compton Ignatius White (D-ID)
  • Jamie Lloyd Whitten (D-MS)
  • William Madison Whittington (D-MS)
  • Victor Eugene Wickersham (D-OK)
  • Richard Bowditch Wigglesworth (R-MA)
  • Earl Bowditch Wilson (R-IN)
  • William Arthur Winstead (D-MS)
  • Thomas Daniel Winter (R-KS)
  • Jesse Paine Wolcott (R-MI)
  • James Paine Wolfenden (R-PA)
  • Charles Anderson Wolverton (R-NJ)
  • John Stephens Wood (D-GA)
  • Chase Going Woodhouse (D-CT)
  • Roy Orchard Woodruff (R-MI)
  • Clifton Alexander Woodrum (D-VA)
  • Francis Eugene Worley (D-TX)
  • Orville Eugene Zimmerman (D-MO)
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