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Senators

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Representatives

  • Watkins Moorman Abbitt (D-VA)
  • Thomas Gerstle Abernethy (D-MS)
  • Edwin Ross Adair (R-IN)
  • Hugh Joseph Addonizio (D-NJ)
  • Carl Bert Albert (D-OK)
  • Hugh Quincy Alexander (D-NC)
  • Thomas Dale Alford (Indep D-AR)
  • Bruce Reynolds Alger (R-TX)
  • Leo Elwood Allen (R-IL)
  • Herman Carl Andersen (R-MN)
  • Leroy Hagen Anderson (D-MT)
  • George William Andrews (D-AL)
  • Victor L'episcopo Anfuso (D-NY)
  • Leslie Cornelius Arends (R-IL)
  • Thomas William Ashley (D-OH)
  • Robert Thomas Ashmore (D-SC)
  • Wayne Norviel Aspinall (D-CO)
  • James Coats Auchincloss (R-NJ)
  • William Henry Avery (R-KS)
  • William Hanes Ayres (R-OH)
  • Cleveland Monroe Bailey (D-WV)
  • Howard Henry Baker (R-TN)
  • John Finley Baldwin (R-CA)
  • Graham Arthur Barden (D-NC)
  • Walter Stephan Baring (D-NV)
  • Joseph Walker Barr (D-IN)
  • William Aloysius Barrett (D-PA)
  • Robert Raymond Barry (R-NY)
  • Perkins Raymond Bass (R-NH)
  • Ross Raymond Bass (D-TN)
  • William Henry Bates (R-MA)
  • Albert David Baumhart (R-OH)
  • Frank John Becker (R-NY)
  • Lindley Garrison Beckworth (D-TX)
  • Page Henry Belcher (R-OK)
  • Charles Edward Bennett (D-FL)
  • John Bonifas Bennett (R-MI)
  • Alvin Morell Bentley (R-MI)
  • Ellis Yarnal Berry (R-SD)
  • Jackson Edward Betts (R-OH)
  • John Anton Blatnik (D-MN)
  • Iris Faircloth Blitch (D-GA)
  • Thomas Hale Boggs (D-LA)
  • Edward Patrick Boland (D-MA)
  • Richard Walker Bolling (D-MO)
  • Frances Payne Bolton (R-OH)
  • Herbert Covington Bonner (D-NC)
  • Albert Henry Bosch (R-NY)
  • Frank Townsend Bow (R-OH)
  • Chester Bliss Bowles (D-CT)
  • Frank William Boykin (D-AL)
  • Charles Augustus Boyle (D-IL)
  • John Augustus Brademas (D-IN)
  • William Gilmer Bray (R-IN)
  • James Floyd Breeding (D-KS)
  • Daniel Baugh Brewster (D-MD)
  • Lawrence Baugh Brock (D-NE)
  • Jack Bascom Brooks (D-TX)
  • Overton Bascom Brooks (D-LA)
  • William S. Broomfield (R-MI)
  • Charles Harrison Brown (D-MO)
  • Clarence J. Brown (R-OH)
  • Paul J. Brown (D-GA)
  • Joel Thomas Broyhill (R-VA)
  • Charles Anthony Buckley (D-NY)
  • Hamer Harold Budge (R-ID)
  • Quentin Northrup Burdick (D-ND)
  • Frank Welsh Burke (D-KY)
  • James Anthony Burke (D-MA)
  • Omar Truman Burleson (D-TX)
  • Alvin Ray Bush (R-PA)
  • James Aloysius Byrne (D-PA)
  • John William Byrnes (R-WI)
  • William Thomas Cahill (R-NJ)
  • Gordon Thomas Canfield (R-NJ)
  • Clarence Andrew Cannon (D-MO)
  • Albert Sidney Carnahan (D-MO)
  • Steven V. Carter (D-IA)
  • Robert Randolph Casey (D-TX)
  • Elford Albin Cederberg (R-MI)
  • Emanuel Albin Celler (D-NY)
  • Charles Ernest Chamberlain (R-MI)
  • Frank Leslie Chelf (D-KY)
  • John Edgar Chenoweth (R-CO)
  • Robert Bruce Chiperfield (R-IL)
  • George Henry Christopher (D-MO)
  • Marguerite Stitt Church (R-IL)
  • Frank Monroe Clark (D-PA)
  • Merwin Monroe Coad (D-IA)
  • Frank Morey Coffin (D-ME)
  • Jeffery Morey Cohelan (D-CA)
  • Harold Reginald Collier (R-IL)
  • William Meyers Colmer (D-MS)
  • Silvio Ottavio Conte (R-MA)
  • Robert Eugene Cook (D-OH)
  • Harold Dunbar Cooley (D-NC)
  • Robert James Corbett (R-PA)
  • William Cato Cramer (R-FL)
  • Glenn Clarence Cunningham (R-NE)
  • Willard Sevier Curtin (R-PA)
  • Laurence Sevier Curtis (R-MA)
  • Thomas Bradford Curtis (R-MO)
  • Emilio Quincy Daddario (D-CT)
  • Paul Bartram Dague (R-PA)
  • Dominick Vincent Daniels (D-NJ)
  • Clifford Vincent Davis (D-TN)
  • James Curran Davis (D-GA)
  • William Levi Dawson (D-IL)
  • James Joseph Delaney (D-NY)
  • John Herman Dent (D-PA)
  • Winfield Kirkpatrick Denton (D-IN)
  • Steven Boghos Derounian (R-NY)
  • Edward Joseph Derwinski (R-IL)
  • Samuel Leeper Devine (R-OH)
  • Charles Coles Diggs (D-MI)
  • John David Dingell (D-MI)
  • Henry Aldous Dixon (R-UT)
  • Isidore Aldous Dollinger (D-NY)
  • Harold Daniel Donohue (D-MA)
  • Edwin Benedict Dooley (R-NY)
  • Francis Edwin Dorn (R-NY)
  • William Jennings Dorn (D-SC)
  • John Vernard Dowdy (D-TX)
  • Thomas Nelms Downing (D-VA)
  • Clyde Gilman Doyle (D-CA)
  • Thaddeus Joseph Dulski (D-NY)
  • Carl Thomas Durham (D-NC)
  • Florence Price Dwyer (R-NJ)
  • Edmond Augustus Edmondson (D-OK)
  • Carl Atwood Elliott (D-AL)
  • Douglas Hemphill Elliott (R-PA)
  • Robert Ashton Everett (D-TN)
  • Joseph Landon Evins (D-TN)
  • George Hyde Fallon (D-MD)
  • Leonard Hyde Farbstein (D-NY)
  • Dante Bruno Fascell (D-FL)
  • Michael Aloysius Feighan (D-OH)
  • Ivor David Fenton (R-PA)
  • Paul Albert Fino (R-NY)
  • Ovie Clark Fisher (D-TX)
  • Daniel John Flood (D-PA)
  • Gerald Thomas Flynn (D-WI)
  • John James Flynt (D-GA)
  • John Edward Fogarty (D-RI)
  • John Robert Foley (D-MD)
  • Aime Joseph Forand (D-RI)
  • Gerald Rudolph Ford (R-MI)
  • Elijah Lewis Forrester (D-GA)
  • Lawrence H. Fountain (D-NC)
  • James Beriah Frazier (D-TN)
  • Peter Hood Frelinghuysen (R-NJ)
  • Samuel Nathaniel Friedel (D-MD)
  • James Grove Fulton (R-PA)
  • Cornelius Edward Gallagher (D-NJ)
  • Edward Alexander Garmatz (D-MD)
  • Julian Vaughan Gary (D-VA)
  • Ezekiel Candler Gathings (D-AR)
  • Leon Harry Gavin (R-PA)
  • Newell Adolphus George (D-KS)
  • Robert Nicholas Giaimo (D-CT)
  • Jacob H. Gilbert (D-NY)
  • Milton Willits Glenn (R-NJ)
  • Charles Ellsworth Goodell (R-NY)
  • Kathryn Elizabeth Granahan (D-PA)
  • George Mcinvale Grant (D-AL)
  • Kenneth James Gray (D-IL)
  • Edith Starrett Green (D-OR)
  • William Joseph Green (D-PA)
  • Robert Paul Griffin (R-MI)
  • Martha Wright Griffiths (D-MI)
  • Harold Royce Gross (R-IA)
  • Charles Samuel Gubser (R-CA)
  • Harlan Francis Hagen (D-CA)
  • James Andrew Haley (D-FL)
  • David Mckee Hall (D-NC)
  • Charles Abraham Halleck (R-IN)
  • Seymour Abraham Halpern (R-NY)
  • Julia Butler Hansen (D-WA)
  • Porter Butler Hardy (D-VA)
  • Denver David Hargis (D-KS)
  • Randall S. Harmon (D-IN)
  • Oren S. Harris (D-AR)
  • Burr Powell Harrison (D-VA)
  • Wayne Levere Hays (D-OH)
  • James Christopher Healey (D-NY)
  • Felix Edward H├ębert (D-LA)
  • Kenneth William Hechler (D-WV)
  • Robert Witherspoon Hemphill (D-SC)
  • John Earl Henderson (R-OH)
  • Albert Sydney Herlong (D-FL)
  • William Emil Hess (R-OH)
  • Edgar Willard Hiestand (R-CA)
  • Charles Bernard Hoeven (R-IA)
  • Clare Eugene Hoffman (R-MI)
  • Elmer Joseph Hoffman (R-IL)
  • Earl Lee Hogan (D-IN)
  • Chester Earl Holifield (D-CA)
  • Elmer Joseph Holland (D-PA)
  • Joseph Franklin Holt (R-CA)
  • Lester Franklin Holtzman (D-NY)
  • Walter Franklin Horan (R-WA)
  • Craig Franklin Hosmer (R-CA)
  • George Jr. Huddleston (D-AL)
  • William Raleigh Hull (D-MO)
  • Frank Neville Ikard (D-TX)
  • Daniel Ken Inouye (D-HI)
  • Donald Jay Irwin (D-CT)
  • Donald Lester Jackson (R-CA)
  • John Lester Jarman (D-OK)
  • William Pat Jennings (D-VA)
  • Benton Franklin Jensen (R-IA)
  • August Edgar Johansen (R-MI)
  • Byron Lindberg Johnson (D-CO)
  • Harold Terry Johnson (D-CA)
  • Lester Roland Johnson (D-WI)
  • Thomas Francis Johnson (D-MD)
  • Charles Raper Jonas (R-NC)
  • Paul Caruthers Jones (D-MO)
  • Robert Emmett Jones (D-AL)
  • Walter Henry Judd (R-MN)
  • Frank Melvin Karsten (D-MO)
  • Joseph Edward Karth (D-MN)
  • George Albert Kasem (D-CA)
  • Robert William Kastenmeier (D-WI)
  • Carroll Dudley Kearns (R-PA)
  • Maude Elizabeth Kee (D-WV)
  • Hastings Elizabeth Keith (R-MA)
  • Edna Flannery Kelly (D-NY)
  • Eugene James Keogh (D-NY)
  • Clarence Evans Kilburn (R-NY)
  • Paul Joseph Kilday (D-TX)
  • Joe Madison Kilgore (D-TX)
  • Cecil Rhodes King (D-CA)
  • David Sjodahl King (D-UT)
  • Michael Joseph Kirwan (D-OH)
  • Alvin Paul Kitchin (D-NC)
  • John Carl Kluczynski (D-IL)
  • Victor Alfred Knox (R-MI)
  • Frank Alfred Kowalski (D-CT)
  • John Henry Kyl (R-IA)
  • John Armand Lafore (R-PA)
  • Melvin Robert Laird (R-WI)
  • Phillip Mitchell Landrum (D-GA)
  • Thomas Joseph Lane (D-MA)
  • Odin Elsford Langen (R-MN)
  • Richard Estep Lankford (D-MD)
  • Delbert Leroy Latta (R-OH)
  • Alton Asa Lennon (D-NC)
  • John Asa Lesinski (D-MI)
  • Robert Woodrow Levering (D-OH)
  • Roland Victor Libonati (D-IL)
  • John Vliet Lindsay (R-NY)
  • Glenard Paul Lipscomb (R-CA)
  • Joseph Carlton Loser (D-TN)
  • Torbert Hart Macdonald (D-MA)
  • Thaddeus Michael Machrowicz (D-MI)
  • Peter Francis Mack (D-IL)
  • Russell Vernon Mack (R-WA)
  • Ray John Madden (D-IN)
  • Donald Hammer Magnuson (D-WA)
  • George Herman Mahon (D-TX)
  • William Somers Mailliard (R-CA)
  • Fred Somers Marshall (D-MN)
  • Joseph William Martin (R-MA)
  • Noah Morgan Mason (R-IL)
  • Donald Ray Matthews (D-FL)
  • Catherine Dean May (R-WA)
  • John William Mccormack (D-MA)
  • William Moore Mcculloch (R-OH)
  • Gordon Leo Mcdonough (R-CA)
  • Harris Brown Mcdowell (D-DE)
  • John Joseph Mcfall (D-CA)
  • Donald Francis Mcginley (D-NE)
  • George Stanley Mcgovern (D-SD)
  • Clifford Guy Mcintire (R-ME)
  • John Lanneau Mcmillan (D-SC)
  • Harold Barnett Mcsween (D-LA)
  • George Barnett Meader (R-MI)
  • Chester Earl Merrow (R-NH)
  • Lee Warren Metcalf (D-MT)
  • William Henry Meyer (D-VT)
  • Robert Henry Michel (R-IL)
  • Clement Woodnutt Miller (D-CA)
  • George Paul Miller (D-CA)
  • Ward Maclaughlin Miller (R-OH)
  • William Edward Miller (R-NY)
  • William H. Milliken (R-PA)
  • Wilbur Daigh Mills (D-AR)
  • William Edwin Minshall (R-OH)
  • Harlan Erwin Mitchell (D-GA)
  • Walter Henry Moeller (D-OH)
  • John Stephen Monagan (D-CT)
  • Joseph Manuel Montoya (D-NM)
  • Arch Alfred Moore (R-WV)
  • William Singer Moorhead (D-PA)
  • Thomas Ellsworth Morgan (D-PA)
  • Thomas Gayle Morris (D-NM)
  • Toby Gayle Morris (D-OK)
  • James Hobson Morrison (D-LA)
  • John Emerson Moss (D-CA)
  • Morgan Moore Moulder (D-MO)
  • Abraham Jacob Multer (D-NY)
  • Walter Mann Mumma (R-PA)
  • William Thomas Murphy (D-IL)
  • Thomas Jefferson Murray (D-TN)
  • William Huston Natcher (D-KY)
  • Ancher Huston Nelsen (R-MN)
  • Robert Nelson Nix (D-PA)
  • Albin Walter Norblad (R-OR)
  • William Frank Norrell (D-AR)
  • Leo William O'brien (D-NY)
  • Thomas Joseph O'brien (D-IL)
  • Barratt Joseph O'hara (D-IL)
  • James Grant O'hara (D-MI)
  • Alvin Edward O'konski (R-WI)
  • Thomas Phillip O'neill (D-MA)
  • James Churchill Oliver (D-ME)
  • Frank Charles Osmers (R-NJ)
  • Harold Charles Ostertag (R-NY)
  • Otto Ernest Passman (D-LA)
  • John William Patman (D-TX)
  • Thomas Minor Pelly (R-WA)
  • Carl Dewey Perkins (D-KY)
  • Gracie Bowers Pfost (D-ID)
  • Philip Joseph Philbin (D-MA)
  • John Leonard Pilcher (D-GA)
  • John Raymond Pillion (R-NY)
  • Alexander Raymond Pirnie (R-NY)
  • William Robert Poage (D-TX)
  • Richard Harding Poff (R-VA)
  • James Gould Polk (D-OH)
  • Charles Orlando Porter (D-OR)
  • Adam Clayton Powell (D-NY)
  • Prince Hulon Preston (D-GA)
  • Charles Melvin Price (D-IL)
  • Stanley A. Prokop (D-PA)
  • Roman Conrad Pucinski (D-IL)
  • Albert Harold Quie (R-MN)
  • James Michael Quigley (D-PA)
  • Louis Charles Rabaut (D-MI)
  • Albert Mckinley Rains (D-AL)
  • William Joseph Randall (D-MO)
  • John Henry Ray (R-NY)
  • Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn (D-TX)
  • Brazilla Carroll Reece (R-TN)
  • Daniel Alden Reed (R-NY)
  • Edward Herbert Rees (R-KS)
  • Henry Schoellkopf Reuss (D-WI)
  • George Milton Rhodes (D-PA)
  • John Jacob Rhodes (R-AZ)
  • Roy Walter Riehlman (R-NY)
  • John Jacob Riley (D-SC)
  • Lucius Mendel Rivers (D-SC)
  • Ralph Julian Rivers (D-AK)
  • Kenneth Allison Roberts (D-AL)
  • Howard Winfield Robison (R-NY)
  • Peter Wallace Rodino (D-NJ)
  • Byron Giles Rogers (D-CO)
  • Edith Nourse Rogers (R-MA)
  • Paul Grant Rogers (D-FL)
  • Walter Edward Rogers (D-TX)
  • John James Rooney (D-NY)
  • James Roosevelt (D-CA)
  • Daniel David Rostenkowski (D-IL)
  • John Edward Roush (D-IN)
  • J. T. Rutherford (D-TX)
  • Alfred Edward Santangelo (D-NY)
  • Dalip Singh Saund (D-CA)
  • John Phillips Saylor (R-PA)
  • Paul Fornshell Schenck (R-OH)
  • Gordon Harry Scherer (R-OH)
  • Herman Theodore Schneebeli (R-PA)
  • Frederick Delbert Schwengel (R-IA)
  • Ralph James Scott (D-NC)
  • Armistead Inge Selden (D-AL)
  • John Francis Shelley (D-CA)
  • Harry Richard Sheppard (D-CA)
  • George Edward Shipley (D-IL)
  • Don Levingston Short (R-ND)
  • Robert Lee Sikes (D-FL)
  • Eugene Lee Siler (R-KY)
  • Edna Oakes Simpson (R-IL)
  • Richard Murray Simpson (R-PA)
  • Bernice Frederic Sisk (D-CA)
  • John Mark Slack (D-WV)
  • Frank Ellis Smith (D-MS)
  • H. Allen Smith (R-CA)
  • Howard Worth Smith (D-VA)
  • Neal Edward Smith (D-IA)
  • Wint Edward Smith (R-KS)
  • Brent Edward Spence (D-KY)
  • William Lee Springer (R-IL)
  • Katharine Price St. George (R-NY)
  • Harley Orrin Staggers (D-WV)
  • Thomas Jefferson Steed (D-OK)
  • Samuel Studdiford Stratton (D-NY)
  • Frank Albert Stubblefield (D-KY)
  • Leonor Kretzer Sullivan (D-MO)
  • John Kretzer Taber (R-NY)
  • Dean Park Taylor (R-NY)
  • Roy Arthur Taylor (D-NC)
  • Charles Mckevett Teague (R-CA)
  • Olin Earl Teague (D-TX)
  • Ludwig Earl Teller (D-NY)
  • Albert Earl Thomas (D-TX)
  • Clark Wallace Thompson (D-TX)
  • Frank Wallace Thompson (D-NJ)
  • Theo Ashton Thompson (D-LA)
  • Edwin Keith Thomson (R-WY)
  • William Homer Thornberry (D-TX)
  • Herman Homer Toll (D-PA)
  • Thor Carl Tollefson (R-WA)
  • James William Trimble (D-AR)
  • William Munford Tuck (D-VA)
  • Stewart Lee Udall (D-AZ)
  • Albert Conrad Ullman (D-OR)
  • James Boyd Utt (R-CA)
  • William Kaiser Van Pelt (R-WI)
  • James Edward Van Zandt (R-PA)
  • Charles Albert Vanik (D-OH)
  • Carl Albert Vinson (D-GA)
  • Stuyvesant Albert Wainwright (R-NY)
  • George Marvin Wallhauser (R-NJ)
  • Francis Eugene Walter (D-PA)
  • Fred Eugene Wampler (D-IN)
  • John Clarence Watts (D-KY)
  • Phillip Hart Weaver (R-NE)
  • Jessica Mccullough Weis (R-NY)
  • Alfred John Westland (R-WA)
  • John Irving Whalley (R-PA)
  • James Ernest Wharton (R-NY)
  • Basil Lee Whitener (D-NC)
  • Jamie Lloyd Whitten (D-MS)
  • William Beck Widnall (R-NJ)
  • Roy William Wier (D-MN)
  • John Bell Williams (D-MS)
  • Edwin Edward Willis (D-LA)
  • Robert Carlton Wilson (R-CA)
  • William Arthur Winstead (D-MS)
  • Gardner Robert Withrow (R-WI)
  • Leonard George Wolf (D-IA)
  • James Claude Wright (D-TX)
  • Sidney Richard Yates (D-IL)
  • John Andrew Young (D-TX)
  • Jesse Arthur Younger (R-CA)
  • Clement John Zablocki (D-WI)
  • Herbert John Zelenko (D-NY)
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