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    Congresses and Leaders - 79th to 91st
    79th Congress 1945-1946

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Vice President: Harry S. Truman (D Mo.) (Became President April 12, 1945)

    President Pro Tempore: Kenneth McKellar (D Tenn.) (Became presiding officer on succession of Harry S. Truman to Presidency.)

    Majority Leader: Alben W. Barkley (D Ky.)

    Minority Leader: Wallace H. White (R Maine)

    80th Congress 1947-1948

    Speaker: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.)

    Minority Leader: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Vice President: Vacant

    President Pro Tempore: Arthur Vandenberg (R Mich.)

    Majority Leader: Wallace H. White (R Maine)

    Minority Leader: Alben W. Barkley (D Ky.)

    81st Congress 1949-1950

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Vice President: Alben W. Barkley (D Ky.)

    President Pro Tempore: Kenneth McKellar (D Tenn.)

    Majority Leader: Scott W. Lucas (D Ill.)

    Minority Leader: Kenneth S. Wherry (R Neb.)

    82nd Congress 1951-1952

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Vice President: Alben W. Barkley (D Ky.)

    President Pro Tempore: Kenneth McKellar (D Tenn.)

    Majority Leader: Ernest W. McFarland (D Ariz.)

    Minority Leader: Kenneth S. Wherry (R Neb.) (1st session-died Nov. 29, 1951)

    Styles Bridges (R N.H.) (2nd session)

    83rd Congress 1953-1954

    Speaker: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.)

    Minority Leader: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Vice President: Richard M. Nixon (R Calif.)

    President Pro Tempore: Styles Bridges (R N.H.)

    Majority Leader: Robert A. Taft (R Ohio) (died July 31, 1953

    William F. Knowland (R Calif.)

    Minority Leader: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    84th Congress 1955-1956

    Speaker: San Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Vice President: Richard M. Nixon (R Calif.)

    President Pro Tempore: Walter F. George (D Ga.)

    Majority Leader: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    Minority Leader: William F. Knowland (R Calif.)

    85th Congress 1957-1958

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R Mass.)

    Vice President: Richard M. Nixon (R Calif.)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    Minority Leader: William F. Knowland (R Calif.)

    86th Congress 1959-1960

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas)

    Majoirty Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Minority Leader: Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.)

    Vice President: Richard M. Nixon (R Calif.)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    Minority Leader: Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.)

    87th Congress 1961-1962

    Speaker: Sam Rayburn (D Texas) (until his death Nov. 16, 1961)

    John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Carl Albert (D Okla.)

    Minority Leader: Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.)

    Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield (D Mont.)

    Minority Leader: Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.)

    88th Congress 1963-1964

    Speaker: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Carl Albert (D Okla.)

    Minority Leader: Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.)

    Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas)

    (Until Nov. 22, 1963)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield (D Mont.)

    Rep. Clem Miller was killed Oct. 7, 1962, but elected posthumously. His seat was filled Jan. 22, 1963, by Don H. Clausen (R Calif.)

    89th Congress 1965-1966

    Speaker: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Carl Albert (D Okla.)

    Minority Leader: Gerald R. Ford (R Mich.)

    Vice President: Hubert H. Humphrey (D Minn.)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield (D Mont.)

    Minority Leader: Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.)

    90th Congress 1967-1968

    Speaker: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Carl Albert (D Okla.)

    Minority Leader: Gerald R. Ford (R Mich.)

    Vice President: Hubert H. Humphrey (D Minn.)

    President Pro Tempore: Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)

    Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield (D Mont.)

    Minority Leader: Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.)

    91st Congress 1969-1970

    Speaker: John W. McCormack (D Mass.)

    Majority Leader: Carl Albert (D Okla.)

    Minority Leader: Gerald R. Ford (R Mich.)

    Vice President: Spiro T. Agnew (R Md.)

    President Pro Tempore: Richard B. Russell (D Ga.)

    Majority Leader: Mike Mansfield (D Mont.)

    Minority Leader: Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.)

    CHAIRMEN OF SENATE, HOUSE, JOINT COMMITTEES, 1947-69

    Following are the names and dates of terms of chairmen of standing committees of Congress from 1947 to 1969. Certain subcommittees and special committees are included because of their past importance or interest. The evolution of some committees also is indicated, such as the first one listed, the Senate Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, which originally was the Special Committee on Space and Astronautics.

    SENATE

    Special Committee on Space and Astronautics

    • Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas-1957-1958)

    Aeronautical and Space Sciences

    • Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas-1958-1961)
    • Robert S. Kerr (D Okla.-1961-1963)
    • Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.-1963- )

    Agriculture and Forestry

    • Arthur Capper (R Kan.-1947-1949)
    • Elmer Thomas (D Okla.-1949-1951)
    • Allen J. Ellender (D La.-1951-1953)
    • George D. Aiken (R Vt.-1953-1955)
    • Allen J. Ellender (D La.-1955- )

    Appropriations

    • Styles Bridges (R N.H.-1947-1949)
    • Kenneth McKellar (D Tenn.-1949-1953)
    • Styles Bridges (R N.H.-1953-1955)
    • Carl Hayden (D Ariz.-1955-1969)
    • Richard B. Russell (D Ga.-1969- )

    Armed Services

    • Chan Gurney (R S.D.-1947-1949)
    • Millard E. Tydings (D Md.-1949-1951)
    • Richard B. Russell (D Ga.-1951-1953)
    • Leverett Saltonstall (R Mass. -1953-1955)
    • Richard B. Russell (D Ga.-1955-1969)
    • John C. Stennis (D Miss.-1969- )

    Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee

    • Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas-1950-1953)
    • (Seven special subcommittees were appointed by committee chairman Leverett Saltonstall (R Mass.) to investigate specific problems, 1953-1955.)
    • Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas-1955-1961)
    • John Stennis (D Miss.-1961- )

    Banking and Currency

    • Charles W. Tobey (R N.H.-1947-1949)
    • Burnet R. Maybank (D S.C.-1949-1953)
    • Homer E. Capehart (R Ind.-1953-1955)
    • J.W. Fulbright (D Ark.-1955-1959)
    • A. Willis Robertson (D Va.-1959-1967)
    • John J. Sparkman (D Ala.-1967- )

    Interstate and Foreign Commerce

    • Wallace H. White (R Maine-1947-1949)
    • Edwin C. Johnson (D Colo.-1949-1953)
    • Charles W. Tobey (R N.H.-1953)
    • John W. Bricker (R Ohio-1953-1955)
    • Warren G. Magnuson (D Wash.-1955-1961)

    Commerce (renamed)

    • Warren G. Magnuson (D Wash.-1961- )

    District of Columbia

    • C. Douglass Buck (R Del.-1947-1949)
    • J. Howard McGrath (D R.I.-1949-1951)
    • Matthew M. Neely (D W. Va.-1951-1953)
    • Francis Case (R S.D.-1953-1955)
    • Matthew M. Neely (D W. Va.-1955-1959)
    • Alan Bible (D Nev.-1959-1969)
    • Joseph D. Tydings (D Md.-1969- )

    Finance

    • Eugene D. Milikin (R Colo.-1947-1949)
    • Walter F. George (D Ga.-1949-1953)
    • Eugene D. Millikin (R Colo.-1953-1955)
    • Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1955-1965)
    • Russell B. Long (D La.-1965- )

    Foreign Relations

    • Arthur H. Vandenberg (R Mich.-1947-1949)
    • Tom Connally (D Texas-1949-1953)
    • Alexander Wiley (R Wis.-1953-1955)
    • Walter F. George (D Ga.-1955-1957)
    • Theodore Francis Green (D R.I.-1957-1959)
    • J.W. Fulbright (D Ark.-1959- )

    Expenditures in the Executive Departments

    • George D. Aiken (R Vt.-1947-1949)
    • John L. McClellan (D Ark.-1949-1952)

    Government Operations (renamed)

    • John L. McClellan (D Ark.-1952-1953)
    • Joseph R. McCarthy (R Wis.-1953-1955)
    • John L. McClellan (D Ark.-1955- )

    Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program 1947-1948

    • Owen Brewster (R Maine-1947-1948)

    Permanent Investigations Subcommittee

    • Homer Ferguson (R Mich.-1948-1949)
    • Clyde R. Hoey (D N.C.-1949-1953)
    • Joseph R. McCarthy (R Wis.-1953-1955)
    • John L. McClellan (D Ark.-1955- )

    Interior and Insular Affairs

    • Hugh Butler (R Neb.-1947-1949)
    • Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D Wyo.-1949-1953)
    • Hugh Butler (R Neb.-1953-1954)
    • Guy Cordon (R Ore.-1954-1955)
    • James E. Murray (D Mont.-1955-1961)
    • Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.-1961-1963)
    • Henry M. Jackson (D Wash.-1963- )

    Judiciary

    • Alexander Wiley (R Wis.-1947-1949)
    • Pat McCarran (D Nev.-1949-1953)
    • William Langer (R N.D.-1953-1955)
    • Harley M. Kilgore (D W.Va.-1955-1956)
    • James O. Eastland (D Miss.-1956- )

    Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommittee

    • Herbert R. O'Conor (D Md.-1951-1953)
    • William Langer (R N.D.-1953-1955)
    • Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D Wyo.-1955-1957)
    • Estes Kefauver (D Tenn.-1957-1963)
    • Philip A. Hart (D Mich.-1963- )

    Internal Security Subcommittee

    • Pat McCarran (D Nev.-1950-1953)
    • William E. Jenner (R Ind.-1953-1955)
    • James O. Eastland (D Miss.-1955- )

    Labor and Public Welfare

    • Robert A. Taft (R Ohio-1947-1949)
    • Elbert D. Thomas (D Utah-1949-1951)
    • James E. Murray (D Mont.-1951-1953)
    • H. Alexander Smith (R N.J.-1953-1955)
    • Lister Hill (D Ala.-1955-1969)
    • Ralph W. Yarborough (D Texas-1969- )

    Post Office and Civil Service

    • William Langer (R N.D.-1947-1949)
    • Olin D. Johnston (D S.C.-1949-1953)
    • Frank Carlson (R Kan.-1953-1955)
    • Olin D. Johnston (D S.C.-1955-1965)
    • A.S. Mike Monroney (D Okla.-1965-1969)
    • Gale W. McGee (D Wyo.-1969- )

    Public Works

    • Chapman Revercomb (R W.Va.-1947-1949)
    • Dennis Chavez (D N.M.-1949-1953)
    • Edward Martin (R Pa.-1953-1955)
    • Dennis Chavez (D N.M.-1955-1962)
    • Pat McNamara (D Mich.-1963-1966)
    • Jennings Randolph (D W.Va.-1966- )

    Rules and Administration

    • C. Wayland Brooks (R Ill.-1947-1949)
    • Carl Hayden (D Ariz.-1949-1953)
    • William E. Jenner (R Ind.-1953-1955)
    • Theodore Francis Green (D R.I.-1955-1957)
    • Thomas C. Hennings (D Mo.-1957-1960)
    • Mike Mansfield (D Mont.-1961-1963)
    • B. Everett Jordan (D N.C.-1963- )

    Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business

    • Kenneth S. Wherry (R Neb.-1947-1949. The special committee expired Jan. 30, 1949)

    Select Committee on Small Business

    • John J. Sparkman (D Ala.-1950-1953)
    • Edward J. Thye (R Minn.-1953-1955)
    • John J. Sparkman (D Ala.-1955-1967)
    • George A. Smathers (D Fla.-1967-1969)
    • Alan Bible (D Nev.-1969- )

    Subcommittee on the Aged and Aging of Senate Labor and Public Welfare

    • Lister Hill (D Ala.-1959-1960)

    Special Committee on Aging

    • Pat McNamara (D Mich.-1960-1963)
    • George A. Smathers (D Fla.-1963-1967)
    • Harrison A. Williams Jr. (D N.J.-1967- )

    Democratic Policy and Steering Committees

    • Alben W. Barkley (D Ky.-1947-1949)
    • Scott W. Lucas (D Ill.-1949-1951)
    • Ernest W. McFarland (D Ariz.-1951-1953)
    • Lyndon B. Johnson (D Texas-1953-1961)
    • Mike Mansfield (D Mont.-1961- )

    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee

    • Scott W. Lucas (D Ill.-1947-1949)
    • Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.-1949-1951)
    • Earle C. Clements (D Ky.-1951-1957)
    • George A. Smathers (D Fla.-1957-1961)
    • Vance Hartke (D Ind.-1961-1963)
    • Warren G. Magnuson (D Wash.-1963-1967)
    • Edmund S. Muskie (D Maine-1967-1969)
    • Daniel K. Inouye (D Hawaii-1969- )

    Republican Policy Committee

    • Robert A. Taft (R Ohio-1947-1953)
    • William F. Knowland (R Calif.-1953)
    • Homer Ferguson (R Mich.-1953-1955)
    • Styles Bridges (R N.H.-1955-61)
    • Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R Iowa-1962-1969)
    • Gordon Allott (R Colo.-1969- )

    Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee

    • John G. Townsend (Former Republican Sen. from Delaware, 1929-1941, Campaign Committee chairman, 1947-1949)
    • Owen Brewster (R Maine-1949-1951)
    • Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.-1951-1955)
    • Barry Goldwater (R Ariz.-1955-1956)
    • Andrew F. Schoeppel (R Kan.-1956-1959)
    • Barry Goldwater (R Ariz.-1959-1963)
    • Thruston B. Morton (R Ky.-1963-1969)
    • George Murphy (R Calif.-1967-1969)
    • John G. Tower (R Texas-1969- )

    Republican Committee on Committees

    • Edward B. Robertson (R Wyo.-1947-1949)
    • Hugh A. Butler (R Neb.-1949-1954)
    • John W. Bricker (R Ohio-1954-1959)
    • Andrew F. Schoeppel (R Kan.-1959-1962)
    • Frank Carlson (R Kan.-1962-1969)
    • John J. Williams (R Del.-1969- )

    Republican Personnel Committee

    • Harlan J. Bushfield (R S.D.-1947-1949)
    • Styles Bridges (R N.H.-1949-1953)
    • Edward Martin (R Pa.-1953-1959)
    • Margaret Chase Smith (R Maine-1959-1963)
    • Norris Cotton (R N.H.-1963- )
    HOUSE

    Agriculture

    • Clifford R. Hope (R Kan.-1947-1949)
    • Harold D. Cooley (D N.C.-1949-1953)
    • Clifford R. Hope (R Kan.-1953-1955)
    • Harold D. Cooley (D N.C.-1955-1967)
    • W.R. Poage (D Texas-1967- )

    Appropriations

    • John Taber (R N.Y.-1947-1949)
    • Clarence Cannon (D Mo.-1949-1953)
    • John Taber (R N.Y.-1953-1955)
    • Clarence Cannon (D Mo.-1955-1964)
    • George H. Mahon (D Texas-1964- )

    Armed Services

    • Walter G. Andrews (R N.Y.-1947-1949)
    • Carl Vinson (D Ga.-1949-1953)
    • Dewey Short (R Mo.-1953-1955)
    • Carl Vinson (D Ga.-1955-1965)
    • L. Mendel Rivers (D S.C.-1965- )

    Special Investigations Subcommittee

    • F. Edward Hebert (D La.-1951-1953)
    • William E. Hess (R Ohio-1953-1955)
    • F. Edward Hebert (D La.-1955-1963)
    • Porter Hardy (D Va.-1963-1969)

    Armed Services Investigations (renamed)

    • L. Mendel Rivers (D S.C.-1969- )

    Banking and Currency

    • Jesse P. Wolcott (R Mich.-1947-1949)
    • Brent Spence (D Ky.-1949-1953)
    • Jesse P. Wolcott (R Mich.-1953-1955)
    • Brent Spence (D Ky.-1955-1963)
    • Wright Patman (D Texas-1963- )

    District of Columbia

    • Everett M. Dirksen (R Ill.-1947-1949)
    • John L. McMillan (D S.C.-1949-1953)
    • Sid Simpson (R Ill.-1953-1955)
    • John L. McMillan (D S.C.-1955- )

    Education and Labor

    • Fred A. Hartley (R N.J.-1947-1949)
    • John Lesinski (D Mich.-1949-1950)
    • Graham A. Barden (D N.C.-1950-1953)
    • Samuel K. McConnell (R Pa.-1953-1955)
    • Graham A. Barden (D N.C.-1955-1961)
    • Adam C. Powell (D N.Y.-1961-1967)
    • Carl D. Perkins (D Ky.-1967- )

    Foreign Affairs

    • Charles A. Eaton (R N.J.-1947-1949)
    • John Kee (D W. Va.)-1949-1951)
    • James P. Richards (D S.C.-1951-1953)
    • Robert B. Chiperfield (R Ill.-1953-1955)
    • James P. Richards (D S.C.-1955-1957)
    • Thomas S. Gordon (D Ill.-1957-1959)
    • Thomas E. Morgan (D Pa.-1959- )

    Expenditures in the Executive Departments

    • Clare E. Hoffman (R Mich.-1947-1949)
    • William L. Dawson (D Ill.-1949-1952)

    Government Operations (renamed)

    • William L. Dawson (D Ill.-1952-1953)
    • Clare E. Hoffman (R Mich.-1953-1955)
    • William L. Dawson (D Ill.-1955- )

    House Administration

    • Karl M. LeCompte (R Iowa-1947-1949)
    • Mary T. Norton (D N.J.-1949-1951)
    • Thomas B. Stanley (D Va.-1951-1953)
    • Karl M. LeCompte (R Iowa-1953-1955)
    • Omar Burleson (D Texas-1955-1968)
    • Samuel N. Friedel (D Md.-1968- )

    Public Lands

    • Richard J. Welch (R Calif.-1947-1949)
    • Andrew L. Somers (D N.Y.-1949)
    • J. Hardin Peterson (D Fla.-1949-1951)

    Interior and Insular Affairs (renamed)

    • John R. Murdock (D Ariz.-1951-1953)
    • A.L. Miller (R Neb.-1953-1955)
    • Clair Engle (D Calif.-1955-1959)
    • Wayne N. Aspinall (D Colo. 1959- )

    Interstate and Foreign Commerce

    • Charles A. Wolverton (R N.J.-1947-1949)
    • Robert Crosser (D Ohio-1949-1953)
    • Charles A. Wolverton (R N.J.-1953-1955)
    • J. Percy Priest (D Tenn.-1955-1957)
    • Oren Harris (D Ark.-1957-1966)
    • Harley O. Staggers (D W. Va.-1966- )

    Special Subcommittee on Legislative Oversight 1957-1961

    • Morgan M. Moulder (D Mo.-1957-1958)
    • Oren Harris (D Ark.-1958-1961)

    Special Subcommittee on Regulatory Agencies

    • Oren Harris (D Ark.-1961-1963)

    Special Subcommittee on Investigations

    • Oren Harris (D Ark.-1963-1966)
    • Harley O. Staggers (D W. Va.-1966- )

    Judiciary

    • Earl C. Michener (R Mich.-1947-1949)
    • Emanuel Celler (D N.Y.-1949-1953)
    • Chauncey W. Reed (R Ill.-1953-1955)
    • Emanuel Celler (D N.Y.-1955- )

    Merchant Marine and Fisheries

    • Fred Bradley (R Mich.-1947)
    • Alvin F. Weichel (R Ohio-1947-1949)
    • Schuyler Otis Bland (D Va.-1949-1950)
    • Edward J. Hart (D N.J.-1950-1953)
    • Alvin F. Weichel (R Ohio-1953-1955)
    • Herbert C. Bonner (D N.C.-1955-1966)
    • Edward A. Garmatz (D Md.-1966- )

    Post Office and Civil Service

    • Edward H. Rees (R Kan.-1947-1949)
    • Tom Murray (D Tenn.-1949-1953)
    • Edward H. Rees (R Kan.-1953-1955)
    • Tom Murray (D Tenn.-1955-1967)
    • Thaddeus J. Dulski (D N.Y.-1967- )

    Public Works

    • George A. Dondero (R Mich.-1947-1949)
    • William M. Whittington (D Miss.-1949-1951)
    • Charles A. Buckley (D N.Y.-1951-1953)
    • George A. Dondero (R Mich.-1953-1955)
    • Charles A. Buckley (D N.Y.-1955-1965)
    • George H. Fallon (D Md.-1965- )

    Rules

    • Leo E. Allen (R Ill.-1947-1949)
    • Adolph J. Sabath (D Ill.-1949-1953)
    • Leo E. Allen (R Ill.-1953-1955)
    • Howard W. Smith (D Va.-1955-1967)
    • William M. Colmer (D Miss.-1967- )

    Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration 1958

    • John W. McCormack (D Mass.-1958)

    Science and Astronautics

    • Overton Brooks (D La.-1959-1961)
    • George P. Miller (D Calif.-1961- )

    Un-American Activities

    • J. Parnell Thomas (R N.J.-1947-1949)
    • John S. Wood (D Ga.-1949-1953)
    • Harold H. Velde (R Ill.-1953-1955)
    • Francis E. Walter (D Pa.-1955-1963)
    • Edwin E. Willis (D La.-1963-1969)

    Internal Security (renamed)

    • Richard H. Ichord (D Mo.-1969- )

    Veterans' Affairs

    • Edith Nourse Rogers (R Mass,-1947-1949)
    • John E. Rankin (D Miss.-1949-1953)
    • Edith Nourse Rogers (R Mass.-1953-1955)
    • Olin E. Teague (D Texas-1955- )

    Ways and Means

    • (Democratic members serve as the Democratic Committee on Committees in the House)
    • Harold Knutson (R Minn.-1947-1949)
    • Robert L. Doughton (D N.C.-1949-1953)
    • Daniel A. Reed (R N.Y.-1953-1955)
    • Jere Cooper (D Tenn.-1955-1957)
    • Wilbur D. Mills (D Ark.-1958- )

    Select Small Business

    • Walter C. Ploeser (R Mo.-1947-1949)
    • Wright Patman (D Texas-1949-1953)
    • William S. Hill (R Colo.-1953-1955)
    • Wright Patman (D Texas-1955-1963)
    • Joe L. Evins (D Tenn.-1963- )

    Democratic National Congressional Committee

    • Michael J. Kirwan (D Ohio-1947- )

    Democratic Patronage Committee

    • Francis E. Walter (D Pa.-1949-1953, 1955-1963)
    • Harry R. Sheppard (D Calif.-1963-1965)
    • Joel L. Evins (D Tenn.-1965- )

    Republican Policy Committee

    • Joseph W. Martin (R Mass.-1947-1959)
    • John W. Byrnes (R Wis.-1959-1965)
    • John J. Rhodes (R Ariz.-1965- )

    Republican Committee on Committees

    • Joseph W. Martin (R Mass.-1947-1953)
    • Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.-1953-1955)
    • Joseph W. Martin (R Mass.-1955-1959)
    • Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.-1959-1965)
    • Gerald R. Ford (R Mich.-1965- )

    National Republican Congressional Committee

    • Leonard W. Hall (R N.Y.-1947-1953)
    • Richard M. Simpson (R Pa.-1953-1960)
    • William E. Miller (R N.Y.-1960-1961)
    • Bob Wilson (R Calif.-1961- )

    Republican Patronage Committee

    • Leo E. Allen (R Ill.-1947-1949, 1953-1955)
    JOINT COMMITTEES

    Atomic Energy

    • Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R Iowa-1947-1949)
    • Sen. Brien McMahon (D Conn.-1949-1953)
    • Rep. W. Sterling Cole (R N.Y.-1953-1955)
    • Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.-1955-1957)
    • Rep. Carl T. Durham (D N.C.-1957-1959)
    • Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.-1959-1961)
    • Rep. Chet Holifield (D Calif.-1961-1963)
    • Sen. John O. Pastore (D R.I.-1963-1965)
    • Rep. Chet Holifield (D Calif.-1965-1967)
    • Sen. John O. Pastore (D R.I.-1967-1969)
    • Rep. Chet Holifield (D Calif.-1969- )

    Defense Production

    • Sen. Burnet R. Maybank (D S.C.-1950-1953)
    • Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R Ind.-1953-1955)
    • Rep. Paul Brown (D Ga.-1955-1957)
    • Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D Va.-1957-1959)
    • Rep. Paul Brown (D Ga.-1959-1961)
    • Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D Va.-1961-1963)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1963-1965)
    • Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D Va.-1965-1967)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1967-1969)
    • Sen. John J. Sparkman (D Ala.-1969- )

    Economic

    • Sen. Robert A. Taft (R Ohio-1947-1949)
    • Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D Wyo.-1949-1953)
    • Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott (R Mich.-1953-1955)
    • Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D Ill.-1955-1957)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1957-1959)
    • Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D Ill.-1959-1961)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1961-1963)
    • Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D Ill.-1963-1965)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1965-1967)
    • Sen. William Proxmire (D Wis.-1967-1969)
    • Rep. Wright Patman (D Texas-1969- )

    Internal Revenue Taxation

    • Rep. Harold Knutson (R Minn.-1947-1948)
    • Sen. Eugene D. Millikin (R Colo.-1948-1949)
    • Rep. Robert L. Doughton (D N.C.-1949-1950)
    • Sen. Walter F. George (D Ga.-1950-1951)
    • Rep. Robert L. Doughton (D N.C.-1951-1952)
    • Sen. Walter F. George (D Ga.-1952-1953)
    • Rep. Daniel A. Reed (R N.Y.-1953-1954)
    • Sen. Eugene D. Millikin (R Colo.-1954-1955)
    • Rep. Jere Cooper (D Tenn.-1955-1956)
    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1956-1957)
    • Rep. Jere Cooper (D Tenn.-1957-1958)
    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1958-1959)
    • Rep. Wilbur D. Mills (D Ark.-1959-1960)
    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1960-1961)
    • Rep. Wilbur D. Mills (D Ark.-1961-1962)
    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1962-1963)
    • Rep. Wilbur D. Mills (D Ark.-1963-1965)
    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1965- )
    • Sen. Russell B. Long (D La.-1965-1967)
    • Rep. Wilbur D. Mills (D Ark.-1967-1969)
    • Sen. Russell B. Long (D La.-1969- )

    Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures

    • Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D Va.-1947-1965)
    • Rep. George H. Mahon (D Texas-1965- )

    BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX

    (Dates of service are inclusive, starting in year of service and ending as service ends, which usually is Jan. 3 of given year.)

    The names in this index include, alphabetically, all Senators and Representatives who served in Congress from Jan. 3, 1945 through Jan. 3, 1969—the 79th through 91st Congresses. The material is organized as follows: Name, Party, State (of service), Date of birth, Date of death (if applicable), Congressional service, Other important offices held or services rendered, such as Governor, Cabinet member, etc. Where names may cause confusion, relationship is cited. Where service dates are left open, Members were still serving in 1969.

    A
    AANDAHL, Fred G.

    (R N.D.) April 9, 1897-April 7, 1966; House 1951-53; Gov. 1945-50; Asst. Secretary of the Interior 1953-61.

    ABBITT, Watkins M.

    (D Va.) May 21, 1908; House 1948- .

    ABEL, Mrs. Hazel H.

    (R Neb.) July 10, 1888-July 30, 1966; Senate Nov. 8, 1954-Dec. 31, 1954.

    ABELE, Homer E.

    (R Ohio) Nov. 21, 1916; House 1963-65.

    ABERNETHY, Thomas G.

    (D Miss.) May 16, 1903; House 1943- .

    ADAIR, E. Ross

    (R Ind.) Dec. 14, 1907; House 1951- .

    ADAMS, Brock

    (D Wash.) Jan. 13, 1927; House 1965- .

    ADAMS, Sherman

    (R N.H.) Jan. 8, 1899; House 1945-47; Gov. 1949-53; Asst. to President Eisenhower 1953-Sept. 22, 1958.

    ADDABBO, Joseph P.

    (D N.Y.) March 17, 1925; House 1961- .

    ADDONIZIO, Hugh J.

    (D N.J.) Jan. 31, 1914; House 1949-62.

    AIKEN, George D.

    (R Vt.) Aug. 20, 1892; Senate 1941- ; Lt. Gov. 1935-37; Gov. 1937-41.

    ALBERT, Carl

    (D Okla.) May 10, 1908; House 1947- . Majority Whip, 1955-1962; Majority Leader 1962- .

    ALEXANDER, Hugh Q.

    (D N.C.) Aug. 7, 1911; House 1953-63.

    ALFORD, Dale

    (D Ark.) Jan. 28, 1916; House 1959-63.

    ALGER, Bruce

    (R Texas) June 12, 1918; House 1955-65.

    ALLEN, A. Leonard

    (D La.) Jan. 5, 1891-Jan. 5, 1969; House 1937-53.

    ALLEN, James B.

    (D Ala.) Dec. 28, 1912; Senate 1969- .

    ALLEN, John J. Jr.

    (R Calif.) Nov. 27, 1899; House 1947-59.

    ALLEN, Leo E.

    (R Ill.) Oct. 5, 1898; House 1933-61.

    ALEXANDER, William V. Jr.

    (D Ark.) Jan. 16, 1934; House 1969- .

    ALLOTT, Gordon

    (R Colo.) Jan. 2, 1907; Senate 1955- ; Lt. Gov. 1951-55.

    ALMOND, J. Lindsay Jr.

    (D Va.) June 15, 1898; House 1946-48; Gov. 1958-62; Judge of Patent Court 1962- .

    ANDERSEN, H. Carl

    (R Minn.) Jan. 27, 1897; House 1939-63.

    ANDERSON, Clinton P.

    (D N.M.) Oct. 23, 1895; House 1941-45; Senate 1949- ; Secretary of Agriculture 1945-48.

    ANDERSON, Glenn M.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 21, 1913; House 1969-

    ANDERSON, John Z.

    (R Calif.) March 22, 1904; House 1939-53; Admin. Asst. to President Eisenhower 1956-61.

    ANDERSON, John B.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 15, 1922; House 1961- .

    ANDERSON, LeRoy H.

    (D Mont.) Feb. 2, 1906; House 1957-61.

    ANDERSON, William R.

    (D Tenn.) June 17, 1921; Presidential consultant 1963-64; House 1965- .

    ANDRESEN, August H.

    (R Minn.) Oct. 11, 1890-Jan. 14, 1958; House 1925-33; 1935-58.

    ANDREWS, Charles O.

    (D Fla.) March 7, 1877-Sept. 18, 1946; Senate 1937-46.

    ANDREWS, George W.

    (D Ala.) Dec. 12, 1906; House 1944- .

    ANDREWS, Glenn

    (R Ala.) Jan 15, 1909; House 1965-67.

    ANDREWS, Mark

    (R N.D.) May 19, 1926; House 1963- .

    ANDREWS, Walter G.

    (R N.Y.) July 16, 1889-March 5, 1949; House 1931-49.

    ANFUSO, Victor L.

    (D N.Y.) March 10, 1905-Dec. 28, 1966; House 1951-53, 1955-63.

    ANGELL, Homer D.

    (R. Ore.) Jan. 12, 1875-March 31, 1968; House 1939-55.

    ANNUNZIO, Frank

    (D Ill.) Jan. 12, 1915; House 1965- .

    ARENDS, Leslie C.

    (R Ill.) Sept. 27, 1895; House 1935- ; Republican Whip 1943- .

    ARMSTRONG, O.K. (Orland)

    (R Mo.) Oct. 2, 1893; House 1951-53.

    ARNOLD, Samuel W.

    (R Mo.) Sept. 21, 1879-Dec. 18, 1961; House 1943-49.

    ASHBROOK, John M.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 21, 1928; House 1961- ; Young Republican Nat. Chairman 1957-59.

    ASHLEY, Thomas L.

    (D Ohio) Jan. 11, 1923; House 1955- .

    ASHMORE, Robert T.

    (D S.C.) Feb. 22, 1904; House 1953-69.

    ASPINALL, Wayne N.

    (D Colo.) April 3, 1896; House 1949- .

    AUCHINCLOSS, James C.

    (R N.J.) Jan. 19, 1885; House 1943-65.

    AUSTIN, Warren R.

    (R Vt.) Nov. 12, 1877-Dec. 25, 1962; Senate 1931-46; U.S. Representative to UN 1946-53.

    AVERY, William H.

    (R Kan.) Aug. 11, 1911; House 1955-65; Gov. 1965-67.

    AYRES, William H.

    (R Ohio) Feb.5, 1916; House 1951- .

    B
    BAILEY, Cleveland M.

    (D W. VA.) July 15, 1886-July 13, 1965; House 1945-47; 1949-63.

    BAILEY, Josiah W.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 14, 1873-Dec. 15, 1946; Senate 1931-46.

    BAKER, Howard H.

    (R Tenn.) Jan. 12, 1902-Jan. 7, 1964; House 1951-64.

    BAKER, Howard H. Jr.

    (R Tenn.) Nov. 15, 1925; Senate 1967- .

    BAKER, Irene B.

    (R Tenn.) Nov. 17, 1901; (window of Howard H. Baker); House: March 10, 1964-65.

    BAKEWELL, Claude I.

    (R Mo.) Aug. 9, 1912; House 1947-49; 1951-53.

    BALDWIN, H. Streett

    (D Md.) Aug. 21, 1894-Oct. 19, 1952; House 1943-47.

    BALDWIN, John F.

    (R Calif.) June 28, 1915-March 9, 1966; House 1955-66.

    BALDWIN, Joseph Clark

    (R N.Y.) Jan. 11, 1897-Oct. 27, 1957; House 1941-47.

    BALDWIN, Raymond E.

    (R Conn.) Aug. 31, 1893; Senate 1946-49; Gov. 1939-40, 1943-46.

    BALL, Joseph H.

    (R Minn.) Nov. 3 1905; Senate 1940-42; 1943-49.

    BANDSTRA, Bert

    (D Iowa) Jan. 25, 1922; House 1965-67.

    BANKHEAD, John H. II

    (D Ala.) July 8, 1872-June 12, 1946; Senate 1931-46.

    BANTA, Parke M.

    (R Mo.) Nov. 21, 1891; House 1947-49.

    BARDEN, Graham A.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 25, 1896-Jan. 29, 1967; House 1935-61.

    BARING, Walter S.

    (D Nev.) Sept. 9, 1911; House 1949-53; 1957- .

    BARKLEY, Alben W.

    (D Ky.) Nov. 24, 1877-April 30, 1956; House 1913-27, Senate 1927-49; 1955-56; Senate Majority Leader 1937-47; Senate Minority Leader 1947-48; Vice President 1949-53.

    BARR, Joseph W.

    (D Ind.) Jan. 17, 1918; House 1959-61; Asst. to Secretary of Treasury 1961-64; Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 1964-65; Under Secretary of Treasury, 1965-68; Secretary of Treasury 1968-69.

    BARRETT, Frank A.

    (R Wyo.) Nov. 10, 1892-May 30, 1962; Senate 1953-59; House 1943-50; Gov. 1951-53.

    BARRETT, William A.

    (D Pa.) Aug. 14, 1896; House 1945-47; 1949- .

    BARRY, Robert R.

    (R N.Y.) May 15, 1915; House 1959-65.

    BARRY, William B.

    (D N.Y.) July 21, 1902-Oct. 20, 1946; House 1935-46.

    BARTLETT, E.L.,

    (D Alaska) April 20, 1904-Dec. 11, 1968; Senate 1959-68; Delegate to Congress 1945-59.

    BASS, Perkins

    (R N.H.) Oct. 6, 1912; House 1955-63.

    BASS, Ross

    (D Tenn.) March 17 1918; House 1955-1964; Senate 1964-67.

    BATES, George J.

    (R Mass.) Feb. 25, 1891-Nov. 1, 1949; House 1937-49.

    BATES, Joseph B.

    (D Ky.) Oct. 29, 1893-Sept. 10, 1965; House 1938-53.

    BATES, William H.

    (R Mass.) April 26, 1917-June 22, 1969; (son of George J. Bates); House 1950-69.

    BATTIN, James F.

    (R Mont.) Feb. 13, 1925; House 1961-69; U.S. District Judge, District of Montana 1969- .

    BATTLE, Laurie C.

    (D Ala.) May 10, 1912; House 1947-55.

    BAUMHART, A. D. Jr.

    (R Ohio) June 15, 1908; House 1941-42; 1955-61; Director, Republican National Committee 1953-54.

    BAYH, Birch E.

    (D Ind.) Jan. 22, 1928; Senate 1963- .

    BEALL, J. Glenn

    (R Md.) June 5, 1894; House 1943-53; Senate 1953-65.

    BEALL, J. Glenn Jr.

    (R Md.) June 19, 1927; House 1969- .

    BEAMER, John V.

    (R Ind.) Nov. 17, 1896-Sept. 9, 1964; House 1951-59.

    BECKER, Frank J.

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 27, 1899; House 1953-65.

    BECKWORTH, Lindley

    (D Texas) June 30, 1912; House 1939-53; 1957-67.

    BEERMANN, Ralph F.

    (R Neb.) Aug. 13, 1912; House 1961-65.

    BELCHER, Page

    (R Okla.) April 21, 1899; House 1951- .

    BELL, Alphonzo

    (R Calif.) Sept. 19, 1914; House 1961- .

    BELL, C. Jasper

    (D Mo.) Jan. 16, 1885; House 1935-49.

    BELL, John J.

    (D Texas) May 15, 1910-Jan. 24, 1963; House 1955-57.

    BELLMON, Henry

    (R Okla.) Sept. 3, 1921; Senate 1969- ; Gov. 1963-67.

    BENDER, George H.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 29, 1896-June 18, 1961; House 1939-49; 1951-54; Senate 1954-57; Special Asst. to Secretary of Interior 1957-58.

    BENNET, Augustus W.

    (R N.Y.) Oct. 7, 1897; House 1945-47.

    BENNETT, Charles E.

    (D Fla.) Dec. 2, 1910; House 1949- .

    BENNETT, John B.

    (R Mich.) Jan. 10, 1904-Aug. 10, 1964; House 1943-45; 1947-64.

    BENNETT, Marion T.

    (R Mo.) June 6, 1914; House 1943-49.

    BENNETT, Wallace F.

    (R Utah) Nov. 13, 1898; Senate 1951- .

    BENTLEY, Alvin M.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 30, 1918-April 10, 1969; House 1953-61.

    BENTON, William

    (D Conn.) April 1, 1900; Senate 1949-53; Asst. Secretary of State 1945-47.

    BENTSEN, Lloyd M. Jr.

    (D Texas) Feb. 11, 1921; House 1948-55.

    BERRY, E.Y.

    (R S.D.) Nov. 6, 1902; House 1951- .

    BETTS, Jackson E.

    (R Ohio) May 26, 1904; House 1951- .

    BEVILL, Tom

    (D Ala.) March 27, 1921; House 1967- .

    BIAGGI, Mario,

    (D N.Y.) Oct. 26, 1917; House 1969- .

    BIBLE, Alan

    (D Nev.) Nov. 20, 1909; Senate 1955- .

    BIEMILLER, Andrew J.

    (D Wis.) July 23, 1906; House 1945-47; 1949-51.

    BIESTER, Edward G. Jr.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 5, 1931; House 1967- .

    BILBO, Theodore G.

    (D Miss.) Oct. 13, 1877-Aug. 21, 1947; Senate 1935-47; Lt. Gov. 1912-16; Gov. 1916-1920; 1928-32.

    BINGHAM, Jonathan B.

    (D N.Y.) April 24, 1914; House 1965- .

    BISHOP, C.W.

    (Runt) (R Ill.) June 29, 1890; House 1941-55.

    BLACKBURN, Benjamin B.

    (R Ga.) Feb. 14, 1927; House 1967- .

    BLACKNEY, William W.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 28, 1876-March 14, 1963; House 1935-37; 1939-53.

    BLAKLEY, William A.

    (D Texas) Nov. 17, 1898; Senate 1957; 1961.

    BLAND, Schuyler Otis

    (D Va.) May 4, 1872-Feb. 16, 1950; House 1918-50.

    BLANTON, Ray

    (D Tenn.) April 10, 1930; House 1967- .

    BLATNIK, John A.

    (D Minn.) Aug. 17, 1911; House 1947- .

    BLITCH, Mrs. Iris F.

    (D Ga.) April 25, 1912; House 1955-63.

    BLOOM, Sol

    (D N.Y.) March 9, 1870-March 7, 1949; House 1923-49.

    BOGGS, J. Caleb

    (R Del.) May 15, 1909; House 1947-53; Senate 1961- ; Gov. 1953-61.

    BOGGS, Hale

    (D La.) Feb. 15, 1914; House 1941-43; 1947- .

    BOLAND, Edward P.

    (D Mass.) Oct. 1, 1911; House 1953- .

    BOLLING, Richard

    (D Mo.) May 17, 1916; House 1949- .

    BOLTON, Frances P.

    (R Ohio) March 29, 1885; House 1940-69.

    BOLTON, Oliver P.

    (R Ohio) Feb. 22, 1917 (son of Frances P. Bolton); House 1953-57; 1963-65.

    BOLTON, William P.

    (D Md.) July 2, 1885-Nov. 22, 1964; House 1949-51.

    BONIN, Edward J.

    (R Pa.) Dec. 23, 1904; House 1953-55.

    BONNER, Herbert C.

    (D N.C.) May 16, 1891-Nov. 7, 1965; House 1940-65.

    BOREN, Lyle H.

    (D Okla.) May 11, 1909; House 1937-47.

    BOSCH, Albert H.

    (R N.Y.) Oct. 30, 1908; House 1953-60.

    BOSONE, Reva Beck

    (D Utah) House 1949-53.

    BOTTUM, Joe H.

    (R S.D.) Aug. 7, 1903; Senate 1962.

    BOW, Frank T.

    (R Ohio) Feb. 20, 1901; House 1951- .

    BOWLER, James B.

    (D Ill.) Feb. 5, 1875-July 18, 1957; House 1953-57.

    BOWLES, Chester

    (D Conn.) April 5, 1901; House 1959-61; Gov. 1949-51; Ambassador to India and Nepal 1951-53; Under Secretary of State 1961-62; President's Special Representative and adviser on African, Asian and Latin American Affairs 1962-63; Ambassador to India 1963-69.

    BOWRING, Mrs. Eva K.

    (R Neb.) Jan. 9, 1892; Senate April 1954-Nov. 1954.

    BOYKIN, Frank W.

    (D Ala.) Feb. 21, 1885-March 12, 1969; House 1935-63.

    BOYLE, Charles A.

    (D Ill.) Aug. 13, 1907-Nov. 4, 1959; House 1955-59.

    BRADEMAS, John

    (D Ind.) March 2, 1927; House 1959- .

    BRADLEY, Fred

    (R Mich.) April 12, 1898-May 24, 1947; House 1939-47.

    BRADLEY, Michael J.

    (D Pa.) April 24, 1897; House 1937-47.

    BRADLEY, Willis W.

    (R Calif.) June 28, 1884-Aug. 27, 1954; House 1947-49.

    BRAMBLETT, Ernest K.

    (R Calif.) April 25, 1901; House 1947-55.

    BRASCO, Frank J.

    (D N.Y.) Oct. 15, 1932; House 1967-.

    BRAY, William G.

    (R Ind.) April 17, 1903; House 1951- .

    BREEDING, J. Floyd

    (D Kan.) Sept. 28, 1901; House 1957-63.

    BREEN, Edward F.

    (D Ohio) June 10, 1908; House 1949-51.

    BREHM, Walter E.

    (R Ohio) May 25, 1892; House 1943-53.

    BREWSTER, Daniel B.

    (D Md.) Nov. 23, 1923; House 1959-63; Senate 1963-69.

    BREWSTER, Owen

    (Ralph O.) (R Maine) Feb. 22, 1888-Dec. 25, 1961; House 1935-41; Senate 1941-52; Gov. 1925-29.

    BRICKER, John W.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 6, 1893; Senate 1947-59; Gov. 1939-45; Vice Presidential Candidate 1944.

    BRIDGES, H. Styles

    (R N.H.) Sept. 9, 1898-Nov. 26, 1961; Senate 1937-61; Gov. 1934-36.

    BRIGGS, Frank P.

    (D Mo.) Feb. 25, 1894; Senate 1945-47.

    BRINKLEY, Jack

    (D Ga.) Dec. 22, 1930; House 1967- .

    BROCK, Lawrence

    (D Neb.) Aug. 16, 1906-Aug. 28, 1968; House 1959-61.

    BROCK, William E. III

    (R Tenn.) Nov. 23, 1930; House 1963- .

    BROMWELL, James E.

    (R Iowa) March 26, 1920; House 1961-65.

    BROOKE, Edward W.

    (R Mass.) Oct. 26, 1919; Senate 1967- .

    BROOKS, C. Wayland

    (R Ill.) March 8, 1897-Jan. 14, 1957; Senate 1940-49.

    BROOKS, Jack

    (D Texas) Dec. 18, 1922; House 1953- .

    BROOKS, Overton

    (D La.) Dec. 21, 1897-Sept. 16, 1961; House 1937-61.

    BROOMFIELD, William S.

    (R Mich.) April 28, 1922; House 1957- .

    BROPHY, John C.

    (R Wis.) Oct. 8, 1901; House 1947-49.

    BROTZMAN, Donald G.

    (R Colo.) June 28, 1922; House 1963-65; 1967-.

    BROUGHTON, J. Melville

    (D N.C.) Nov. 17, 1888-March 6, 1949; Senate 1948-49; Gov. 1941-45.

    BROWN, Charles H.

    (D Mo.) Oct. 22, 1920; House 1957-61.

    BROWN, Clarence J. Jr.

    (R Ohio) June 18, 1927; House 1966- .

    BROWN, Clarence J.

    (R Ohio) July 14, 1893-Aug 23, 1965; House 1939-65.

    BROWN, Ernest S.

    (R Nev.) Sept. 25, 1903-July 23, 1965; Senate Oct. 1, 1954-Dec. 1, 1954.

    BROWN, Garry E.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 12, 1923; House 1967- .

    BROWN, George E. Jr.

    (D Calif.) March 6, 1920; House 1963- .

    BROWN, Paul

    (D Ga.) March 31, 1880-Sept. 24, 1961; House 1933-61.

    BROWNSON, Charles B.

    (R Ind.) Feb. 5, 1914; House 1951-59.

    BROYHILL, James T.

    (R N.C.) Aug. 19, 1927; House 1963- .

    BROYHILL, Joel T.

    (R Va.) Nov. 4, 1919; House 1953- .

    BRUCE, Donald C.

    (R Ind.) April 27, 1921; House 1961-1965.

    BRUMBAUGH, D. Emmert

    (R Pa.) Oct. 8, 1894; House 1943-47.

    BRUNSDALE, C. Norman

    (R N.D.) July 9, 1891; Senate 1959-60; Gov. 1951-57.

    BRYSON, Joseph R.

    (D S.C.) Jan. 18, 1893-March 10, 1953; House 1939-53.

    BUCHANAN, Frank

    (D Pa.) Dec.1, 1902-April 27, 1951; House 1946-51.

    BUCHANAN, John H.

    (R Ala.) March 19, 1928; House 1965- .

    BUCHANAN, Vera Daerr

    (D Pa.) (widow of Frank Buchanan) July 20, 1902-Nov. 26, 1955; House 1951-55.

    BUCK, C. Douglass

    (R Del.) March 21, 1890-Jan. 27, 1965; Senate 1943-49; Gov. 1927-37.

    BUCK, Ellsworth B.

    (R N.Y.) July 3, 1892; House 1944-49.

    BUCKLEY, Charles A.

    (D N.Y.) June 23, 1890-Jan. 22, 1967; House 1935-65.

    BUCKLEY, James V.

    (D Ill.) May 15, 1894-July 30, 1954; House 1949-51.

    BUDGE, Hamer H.

    (R Idaho) Nov. 21, 1910; House 1951-61; Securities and Exchange Commission 1964- ; Chairman 1969- .

    BUFFETT, Howard H.

    (R Neb.) Aug. 13, 1903-April 29, 1964; House 1943-49; 1951-53.

    BULWINKLE, Alfred L.

    (D N.C.) April 21, 1883-Aug. 31, 1950; House 1921-29; 1931-50.

    BUNKER, Berkeley L.

    (D Nev.) Aug. 12, 1906; Senate 1940-42; House 1945-47.

    BURCH, Thomas G.

    (D Va.) July 3, 1869-March 20, 1951; House 1931-46; Senate May 31, 1946-Nov. 5, 1946.

    BURDICK, Quentin N.

    (D N.D.) June 19, 1908 (son of Usher L. Burdick); House 1959-60; Senate 1960- .

    BURDICK, Usher L.

    (R N.D.) Feb. 21, 1879-Aug. 19, 1960; House 1935-45; 1949-59.

    BURGIN, W.O.

    ( D N.C.) July 28, 1877-April 11, 1946; House 1939-46.

    BURKE, Frank W.

    (D Ky.) June 1, 1920; House 1959-63.

    BURKE, J. Herbert

    (R Fla.) Jan. 14, 1913; House 1967- .

    BURKE, James A.

    (D Mass.) March 30, 1910; House 1959- .

    BURKE, Raymond H.

    (R Ohio) Nov. 4, 1881-Aug. 18 1954; House 1947-49.

    BURKE, Thomas A.

    (D Ohio) Oct. 30, 1898; Senate 1953-54.

    BURKE, Thomas H.

    (D Ohio) May 6, 1904-Sept. 12, 1959; House 1949-51.

    BURKHALTER, Everett G.

    (D Calif.) Jan. 19, 1897; House 1963-65.

    BURLESON, Omar

    (D Texas) March 19, 1906; House 1947- .

    BURLISON, Bill D.

    (D Mo.) March 15, 1931; House 1969- .

    BURNS, John Anthony

    (D Hawaii) March 30, 1909; Delegate 1957-59; Gov. 1963- .

    BURNSIDE, M. G.

    (D W.Va.) Aug. 23, 1902; House 1949-53; 1955-57.

    BURTON, Clarence G.

    (D Va.) Dec. 14, 1886; House 1948-53.

    BURTON, Harold H.

    (R Ohio) June 22, 1888-Oct. 28, 1964; Senate 1941-45; Assoc. Justice of the Supreme Court 1945-58 (retired).

    BURTON, Laurence J.

    (R Utah) Oct. 30, 1926; House 1963- .

    BURTON, Phillip

    (D Calif.) June 1, 1926; House 1964-.

    BUSBEY, Fred E.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 8, 1895-Feb. 11, 1966; House 1943-45; 1947-49; 1951-55.

    BUSH, Alvin R.

    (R Pa.) June 4, 1893-Nov. 5, 1959; House 1951-59.

    BUSH, George

    (R Tex.) June 12, 1924 (son of Prescott Bush); House 1967- .

    BUSH, Prescott

    (R Conn.) May 15, 1895; Senate 1952-63.

    BUSHFIELD, Harlan J.

    (R S.D.) Aug. 6, 1882-Sept. 27, 1948; Senate 1943-48; Gov. 1939-42.

    BUSHFIELD, Mrs. Vera C.

    (R S.D) Aug. 9, 1889 (widow of Harlan J. Bushfield); Senate Oct. 6, 1948-Dec. 26, 1948.

    BUTLER, Hugh A.

    (R Neb.) Feb. 28, 1878-July 1, 1954; Senate 1941-54.

    BUTLER, John C.

    (R N.Y.) July 2, 1887-Aug. 13, 1953; House 1941-49; 1951-53.

    BUTLER, John Marshall

    (R Md.) July 21, 1897; Senate 1951-53.

    BUTTON, Daniel E.

    (R N.Y.) Nov. 1, 1917; House 1967- .

    BYRD, Harry Flood

    (D Va.) June 10, 1887-Oct. 20, 1966; Senate 1933-65; Gov. 1926-30.

    BYRD, Harry F. Jr.

    (D Va.) Dec. 20, 1914 (son of Harry Flood Byrd); Senate 1965- .

    BYRD, Robert C.

    (D W.Va.) Jan. 15, 1918; House 1953-59; Senate 1959- .

    BYRNE, Emmet F.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 6, 1896; House 1957-59.

    BYRNE, James A.

    (D Pa.) June 22, 1906; House 1953- .

    BYRNE, William T.

    (D N.Y.) March 6, 1876-Jan. 27, 1952; House 1937-52.

    BYRNES, John W.

    (R Wis.) June 12, 1913; House 1945- .

    C
    CABELL, Earle

    (D Texas) Oct. 27, 1906; House 1965-.

    CAFFERY, Patrick T.

    (D La.) July 6, 1932; House 1969-.

    CAHILL, William T.

    (R N.J.) June 25, 1912; House 1959-.

    CAIN, Harry P.

    (R Wash.) Jan. 10, 1906; Senate 1946-53.

    CALLAN, Clair

    (D Neb.) March 20, 1920; House 1965-67.

    CALLAWAY, Howard H.

    (R Ga.) May 2, 1927; House 1965-67.

    CAMERON, Ronald Brooks

    (D Calif.) Aug. 16, 1927; House 1963-67.

    CAMP, A. Sidney

    (D Ga.) July 26, 1892-July 24, 1954; House 1939-54.

    CAMP, John N. Happy

    (R Okla.) May 11, 1908; House 1969-.

    CAMPBELL, Courtney W.

    (D Fla.) April 29, 1895; House 1953-55.

    CAMPBELL, Howard E.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 4, 1890; House 1945-47.

    CANFIELD, Gordon

    (R N.J.) April 15, 1898; House 1941-61.

    CANNON, Arthur Patrick

    (D Fla.) May 22, 1904-Jan. 23, 1966; House 1939-47.

    CANNON, Clarence

    (D Mo.) April 11, 1879-May 12, 1964: House 1923-64; House Parliamentarian 1915-21.

    CANNON, Howard W.

    (D Nev.) Jan. 26, 1912; Senate 1959-.

    CAPEHART, Homer E.

    (R Ind.) June 6, 1897; Senate 1945-63.

    CAPOZZOLI, Louis Joseph

    (D N.Y.) March 6, 1901; House 1941-45.

    CAPPER, Arthur

    (R Kan.) July 14, 1865-Dec. 19, 1951; Senate 1919-49; Gov. 1915-1919.

    CAREY, Hugh L.

    (D N.Y.) April 11, 1919; House 1961- .

    CARLSON, Frank

    (R Kan.) Jan. 23, 1893; House 1935-47; Senate 1950-69; Gov. 1947-50.

    CARLYLE, Frank Ertel

    (D N.C.) April 7, 1897-Oct. 2, 1960; House 1949-57.

    CARNAHAN, A. S. J.

    (D Mo.) Jan. 9, 1897-March 25, 1968; House 1945-47; 1949-61; Ambassador to Sierra Leone 1961-63.

    CARRIER, Chester Otto

    (R Ky.) May 5, 1897; House 1943-45.

    CARRIGG, Joseph L.

    (R Pa.) Feb. 23, 1901; House 1951-59.

    CARROLL, John A.

    (D Colo.) July 30, 1901; House 1947-51; Senate 1957-63; Special Asst. to President Truman 1951-52.

    CARSON, Henderson H.

    (D Ohio) Oct. 25, 1893; House 1943-45; 1947-49.

    CARTER, Steven V.

    (D Iowa) Oct. 8, 1815-Nov. 4, 1959; House Jan. 3, 1959-Nov. 4, 1959.

    CARTER, Tim Lee

    (R Ky.) Sept. 2, 1910; House 1965-.

    CARVILLE, E. P.

    (D Nev.) May 14, 1885-June 27, 1956; Senate 1945-47; Gov. 1939-45.

    CASE, Clifford P.

    (R N.J.) April 16, 1904; House 1945-53; Senate 1955- .

    CASE, Francis H.

    (R S.D.) Dec. 9, 1896-June 22, 1962; House 1937-51; Senate 1951-62.

    CASEY, Bob

    (D Texas) July 27, 1915; House 1959-.

    CAVALCANTE, Anthony

    (D Pa.) Feb. 6, 1897-Oct. 29, 1966; House 1949-51.

    CEDERBERG, Elford A.

    (R Mich.) March 6, 1918; House 1953- .

    CELLER, Emanuel

    (D N.Y.) May 6, 1888; House 1923- .

    CHADWICK, E. Wallace

    (R Pa.) Jan. 17, 1884; House 1947-49.

    CHAMBERLAIN, Charles E.

    (R Mich.) July 22, 1917; House 1957- .

    CHANDLER, Albert B.

    (D Ky.) July 14, 1898; Senate 1939-45; Gov. 1936-39; 1955-59.

    CHAPMAN, Virgil M.

    (D Ky.) March 15, 1895-March 8, 1951; House, 1925-29; 1931-49; Senate 1949-51.

    CHAPPELL, William V.

    (D Fla.) Feb. 3, 1922; House 1969- .

    CHASE, Jackson B.

    (R Neb.) Aug. 19, 1890; House 1955-57.

    CHATHAM, Richard Thurmond

    (D N.C.) Aug. 16, 1896-Feb. 5, 1957; House 1949-57.

    CHAVEZ, Dennis

    (D N.M.) April 8, 1888-Nov. 18, 1962; House 1931-35; Senate 1935-62.

    CHELF, Frank

    (D Ky.) Sept. 22, 1907; House 1945-67.

    CHENOWETH, J. Edgar

    (R Colo.) Aug. 17, 1897; House 1941-49; 1951-65.

    CHESNEY, Chester A.

    (D Ill.) March 9, 1916; House 1949-51.

    CHIPERFIELD, Robert B.

    (R Ill.) Nov. 20, 1899; House 1939-63.

    CHISHOLM, Shirley

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 30, 1924; House 1969- .

    CHRISTOPHER, George H.

    (D Mo.) Dec. 9, 1888-Jan. 23, 1959; House 1949-51; 1955-59.

    CHUDOFF, Earl

    (D Pa.) Nov. 16, 1907; House 1949-58.

    CHURCH, Frank

    (D Idaho) July 25, 1924; Senate 1957- .

    CHURCH, Marguerite Stitt

    (R Ill.) Sept. 13, 1892 (widow of Ralph E. Church); House 1951-63.

    CHURCH, Ralph E.

    (R Ill.) May 5, 1883-March 21, 1950; House 1935-41; 1943-50.

    CLANCY, Donald D.

    (R Ohio) July 24, 1921; House 1961- .

    CLARDY, Kit Francis

    (R Mich.) June 17, 1892-Sept. 5, 1961; House 1953-55.

    CLARK, Frank M.

    (D Pa.) Dec. 24, 1915; House 1955- .

    CLARK, J. Bayard

    (D N.C.) April 5, 1882-Aug. 26, 1959; House 1929-49.

    CLARK, Joseph S.

    (D Pa.) Oct. 21, 1901; Senate 1957-69; Mayor of Philadelphia 1952-1956.

    CLASON, Charles R.

    (R Mass.) Sept. 3, 1890; House 1937-49.

    CLAUSEN, Don H.

    (R Calif.) April 27, 1923; House 1963- .

    CLAWSON, Del

    (R Calif.) Jan. 11, 1914; House 1963- .

    CLAY, William

    (D Mo.) April 30, 1932; House 1969- .

    CLEMENTE, L. Gary

    (D N.Y.) June 10, 1908-May 14, 1968; House 1949-53.

    CLEMENTS, Earle C.

    (D Ky.) Oct. 22, 1896; House 1945-48; Senate 1950-57; Gov. 1948-50.

    CLEVELAND, James C.

    (R N.H.) June 13, 1920; House 1963- .

    CLEVENGER, Cliff

    (R Ohio) Aug. 20, 1885-Dec. 13, 1960; House 1939-59.

    CLEVENGER, Raymond F.

    (D Mich.) June 6, 1926; House 1965-67.

    CLIPPINGER, Roy

    (R Ill.) Jan. 13, 1886-Dec. 24, 1962; House 1945-49.

    COAD, Merwin

    (D Iowa) Sept. 28, 1924; House 1957-63.

    COCHRAN, John J.

    (D Mo.) Aug. 11, 1880-March 6, 1947; House 1926-47.

    COFFEE, John M.

    (D Wash.) Jan. 23, 1897; House 1937-47.

    COFFEY, Robert L. Jr.

    (D Pa.) Oct. 21, 1918-April 20, 1949; House 1949.

    COFFIN, Frank M.

    (D Maine) July 11, 1919; House 1957-61; Managing director, Development Loan Fund Jan. 1961-Oct. 1961; Deputy Administrator, Agency for International Development Oct. 1961-64; Judge, first circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, 1965- .

    COFFIN, Howard A.

    (R Mich.) June 11, 1877-Feb. 28, 1956; House 1947-49.

    COHELAN, Jeffery

    (D Calif.) June 24, 1914; House 1959- .

    COLE, Albert M.

    (R Kan.) Oct. 13, 1901; House 1945-53; Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency 1953-59.

    COLE, W. Sterling

    (R N.Y.) April 18, 1904; House 1935-57; Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency 1957-61.

    COLE, William C.

    (R Mo.) Aug. 29, 1897-Sept. 23, 1965; House 1943-49; 1953-55.

    COLLIER, Harold R.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 12, 1915; House 1957-.

    COLLINS, James M.

    (R Texas) April 29, 1916; House 1968- .

    COLMER, William M.

    (D Miss.) Feb. 11, 1890; House 1933- .

    COMBS, J. M.

    (D Texas) July 7, 1889-Aug. 21, 1953; House 1945-53.

    CONABLE, Barber B. Jr.

    (R N.Y.) Nov. 2, 1922; House 1965- .

    CONDON, Robert Likens

    (D Calif.) Nov. 10, 1912; House 1953-55.

    CONNALLY, Tom T.

    (D Texas) Aug. 19, 1877-Oct. 28, 1963; House 1917-1929; Senate 1929-53; Vice Chairman U.S. delegation to UN Conference, San Francisco, 1945; U.S. Representative to UN 1945-46.

    CONTE, Silvio O.

    (R Mass.) Nov. 9, 1921; House 1959- .

    CONYERS, John Jr.

    (D Mich.) May 16, 1929; House 1965- .

    COOK, Marlow W.

    (R Ky.) July 27, 1926; Senate 1968- .

    COOK, Robert E.

    (D Ohio), May 19, 1920; House 1959-63.

    COOLEY, Harold D.

    (D N.C.) July 26, 1897; House 1934-66.

    COON, Sam

    (R Ore.) April 15, 1903; House 1953-57.

    COOPER, Jere

    (D Tenn.) July 20, 1893-Dec. 18, 1957; House 1929-57.

    COOPER, John Sherman

    (R Ky.) Aug. 23, 1901; Senate 1946-49; 1952-55; 1956- ; Ambassador to India 1955-56.

    CORBETT, Robert J.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 25, 1905; House 1939-41; 1945- .

    CORDON, Guy

    (R Ore.) April 24, 1890-June 9, 1969; Senate 1944-55.

    CORDOVA, Jorge Luis

    (New Prog. P.R.) April 28, 1907; Resident Commissioner, House 1969- .

    CORMAN, James C.

    (D Calif.) Oct. 20, 1920; House 1961- .

    COTTON, Norris

    (R N.H.) May 11, 1900; House 1947-54; Senate 1954- .

    COUDERT, Frederic R. Jr.

    (R N.Y.) May 7, 1898; House 1947-59.

    COUGHLIN, R. Lawrence

    (R Pa.) April 11, 1929; House 1969- .

    COURTNEY, Wirt

    (D Tenn.) Sept. 7, 1889-April 6, 1961; House 1939-49.

    COWGER, William O.

    (R Ky.) Jan. 1, 1922; House 1967- .

    COX, E. E.

    (D Ga.) April 3, 1880-Dec. 24, 1952; House 1925-52.

    CRALEY, N. Neiman Jr.

    (D Pa.) Nov. 17, 1927; House 1965-67.

    CRAMER, William C.

    (R Fla.) Aug. 4, 1922; House 1955- .

    CRANSTON, Alan

    (D Calif.) June 19, 1914; Senate 1969- .

    CRAVENS, William Fadjo

    (D Ark.) Feb. 15, 1899; House 1939-49.

    CRAWFORD, Fred L.

    (R Mich.) May 5, 1888-April 13, 1957; House 1935-53.

    CRETELLA, Albert W.

    (R Conn.) April 22, 1897; House 1953-59.

    CRIPPA, Edward D.

    (R Wyo.) April 8, 1899-Oct. 20, 1960; Senate June 24, 1954-Nov. 28, 1954.

    CROOK, Thurman C.

    (D Ind.) July 18, 1891; House 1949-51.

    CROSSER, Robert

    (D Ohio) June 7, 1874-June 3, 1957; House 1913-19; 1923-55.

    CROW, William J.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 22, 1902; House 1947-49.

    CRUMPACKER, Shepard J. Jr.

    (R Ind.) Feb. 13, 1917; House 1951-57.

    CULVER, John C.

    (D Iowa) Aug. 8, 1932; House 1965- .

    CUNNINGHAM, Glenn

    (R Neb.) Sept. 10, 1912; House 1957- .

    CUNNINGHAM, Paul

    (R Iowa) June 15, 1890-July 16, 1961; House 1941-59.

    CURLEY, James M.

    (D Mass.) Nov. 20, 1874-Nov. 12, 1958; House 1911-14; 1943-47; Mayor of Boston 1914-18, 1922-26, 1930-34, 1947-50; Gov. of Mass. 1935-37.

    CURTIN, Willard S.

    (R Pa.) Nov. 28, 1905; House 1957-67.

    CURTIS, Carl T.

    (R Neb.) March 15, 1905; House 1939-Dec. 31, 1954. Senate Jan. 1, 1955- .

    CURTIS, Laurence

    (R Mass.) Sept. 3, 1893; House 1953-63.

    CURTIS, Thomas B.

    (R Mo.) May 14, 1911; House 1951-69.

    D
    DADDARIO, Emilio Q.

    (D Conn.) Sept. 24, 1918; House 1959- .

    DAGUE, Paul B.

    (R Pa.) May 19, 1898; House 1947-67.

    D'ALESANDRO, Thomas Jr.

    (D Md.) Aug. 1, 1903; House 1939-47; Mayor of Baltimore 1947-59.

    DANIEL, Charles E.

    (D S.C.) Nov. 11, 1895-Sept. 13, 1964; Senate Sept. 6, 1954-Dec. 23, 1954.

    DANIEL, Price

    (D Texas) Oct. 10, 1910; Senate 1953-57; Gov. 1957-63.

    DANIEL, W. C.

    (D Va.) May 12, 1914; House 1969- .

    DANIELS, Dominick V.

    (D N.J.) Oct. 18, 1908; House 1959- .

    DARBY, Harry

    (R Kan.) Jan. 23, 1895; Senate 1949-50.

    DAUGHTON, Ralph H.

    (D Va.) Sept. 23, 1885-Dec. 22, 1958; House 1944-47.

    DAVENPORT, Harry J.

    (D Pa.) Aug. 28, 1902; House 1949-51.

    DAVIDSON, Irwin D.

    (D N.Y.) Jan. 2, 1906; House 1955-56.

    DAVIES, John C.

    (D N.Y.) May 1, 1920; House 1949-51.

    DAVIS, Clifford

    (D Tenn.) Nov. 18, 1897; House 1940-65.

    DAVIS, Glenn R.

    (R Wis.) Oct. 28, 1914; House 1947-57; 1965- .

    DAVIS, James C.

    (D Ga.) May 17, 1895; House 1947-63.

    DAVIS, John W.

    (D Ga.) Sept. 12, 1916; House 1961- .

    DAWSON, William A.

    (R Utah) Nov. 5, 1903; House 1947-49; 1953-59.

    DAWSON, William L.

    (D Ill.) April 26, 1886; House 1943- .

    DEANE, Charles B.

    (D N.C.) Nov. 1, 1898; House 1947-57.

    deGRAFFENRIED, Edward

    (D Ala.) June 30, 1899; House 1949-53.

    De LACY, Hugh

    (D Wash.) May 9, 1910; House 1945-47.

    de la GARZA, Eligio

    (D Texas) Sept. 22, 1927; House 1965- .

    DELANEY, James J.

    (D N.Y.) March 19, 1901; House 1945-47; 1949- .

    DELANEY, John Joseph

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 21, 1878-Nov. 18, 1948; House 1918-19; 1931-48.

    DELLAY, Vincent J.

    (R N.J.) June 23, 1907; House 1957-59.

    DELLENBACK, John R.

    (R Ore.) Nov. 6, 1918; House 1967- .

    DEMPSEY, John J.

    (D N.M.) June 22, 1879-March 11, 1958; House 1935-41; 1951-58; Under Secretary of the Interior 1941-42; Gov. 1943-47.

    DENNEY, Robert V.

    (R. Neb.) April 11, 1916; House 1967- .

    DENNIS, David W.

    (R Ind.) June 7, 1912; House 1969- .

    DENNISON, David

    (R Ohio) July 29, 1918; House 1957-59.

    DENNY, Harmar D. Jr.

    (R Pa.) July 2, 1886-Jan. 10, 1966; House 1951-53.

    DENT, John H.

    (D Pa.) March 10, 1908; House 1958- .

    DENTON, Winfield K.

    (D Ind.) Oct. 28, 1896; House 1949-53; 1955-66.

    DEROUNIAN, Steven B.

    (R N.Y.) April 6, 1918; House 1953-65.

    DERWINSKI, Edward J.

    (R Ill.) Sept. 15, 1926; House 1959- .

    DEVEREUX, James P.S.

    (R Md.) Feb. 20, 1903; House 1951-59.

    DEVINE, Samuel L.

    (R Ohio) Dec. 21, 1915; House 1959- .

    DEVITT, Edward J.

    (R Minn.) May 5, 1911; House 1947-49.

    D'EWART, Wesley A.

    (R Mont.) Oct. 1, 1889; House 1945-55.

    DICKINSON, William L.

    (R Ala.) June 5, 1925; House 1965- .

    DICKSTEIN, Samuel

    (D N.Y.) Feb. 5, 1885-April 22, 1954; House 1923-45.

    DIES, Martin Jr.

    (D Texas) Nov. 5, 1900; House 1931-45; 1953-59.

    DIGGS, Charles C. Jr.

    (D Mich.) Dec. 2, 1922; House 1955- .

    DINGELL, John D.

    (D Mich.) Feb. 2, 1894- Sept. 19, 1955; House 1933-55.

    DINGELL, John D. Jr.

    (D Mich.) July 8, 1926; House 1955- .

    DIRKSEN, Everett McKinley

    (R Ill.) Jan. 4, 1896; House 1933-49; Senate 1951-69; Senate Minority Leader 1959-69.

    DIXON, Henry Aldous

    (R Utah) June 29, 1890-Jan. 22, 1967; House 1955-61.

    DODD, Thomas J.

    (D Conn.) May 15, 1907; House 1953-57; Senate 1959- .

    DOLE, Robert

    (R Kan.) July 22, 1923; House 1961-69; Senate 1969- .

    DOLLINGER, Isidore

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 13, 1903; House 1949-59.

    DOLLIVER, James I.

    (R Iowa) Aug. 31, 1894; House 1945-57.

    DOMENGEAUX, James

    (D La.) Jan. 6, 1907; House 1941-44; 1944-49.

    DOMINICK, Peter H.

    (R Colo.) July 7, 1915; House 1961-63; Senate 1963- .

    DONDERO, George A.

    (R Mich.) Dec. 16, 1883-Jan. 29, 1968; House 1933-57.

    DONNELL, Forrest C.

    (R Mo.) Aug. 20, 1884; Senate 1945-51; Gov. 1941-45.

    DONOHUE, Harold D.

    (D Mass.) June 18, 1901; House 1947- .

    DONOVAN, James G.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 15, 1898; House 1951-57.

    DOOLEY, Edwin B.

    (R N.Y.) April 13, 1905; House 1957-63.

    DORN, Francis E.

    (R N.Y.) April 18, 1911; House 1953-61.

    DORN, W.J. Bryan

    (D S.C.) April 14, 1916; House 1947-49; 1951- .

    DOUGHTON, Robert L.

    (D N.C.) Nov. 7, 1863-Oct. 1, 1954; House 1911-53.

    DOUGLAS, Emily Taft

    (D Ill.) April 10, 1899 (wife of Sen. Paul H. Douglas); House 1945-47.

    DOUGLAS, Helen Gahagan

    (D Calif.) Nov. 25, 1900; House 1945-51.

    DOUGLAS, Paul H.

    (D Ill.) March 26, 1892; Senate 1949-67.

    DOW, John G.

    (D N.Y.) May 6, 1905; House 1965-69.

    DOWDY, John

    (D Texas) Feb. 11, 1912; House 1952- .

    DOWNEY, Sheridan

    (D Calif.) March 11, 1884-Oct. 25, 1961; Senate 1939-50.

    DOWNING, Thomas N.

    (D Va.) Feb. 1, 1919; House 1959- .

    DOYLE, Clyde

    (D Calif.) July 11, 1887-March 14, 1963; House 1945-47; 1949-63.

    DREWRY, Patrick H.

    (D Va.) May 24, 1875-Dec. 21, 1947; House 1920-47.

    DUFF, James H.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 21, 1883; Senate 1951-57; Gov. 1947-51.

    DULLES, John Foster

    (R N.Y.) Feb. 25, 1888-May 24, 1959; Senate July 7, 1949-Nov. 8, 1949; U.S. Representative to UN, 1946-1950; Secretary of State, 1953-59.

    DULSKI, Thaddeus J.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 27, 1915; House 1959- .

    DUNCAN, John J.

    (R Tenn.) March 24, 1920; House 1965- .

    DUNCAN, Robert B.

    (D Ore.) Dec. 4, 1920; House 1963-67.

    DURHAM, Carl T.

    (D N.C.) Aug. 28, 1892; House 1939-61.

    DURNO, Edwin R.

    (R Ore.) Jan. 26, 1899; House 1961-63.

    DWORSHAK, Henry C.

    (R Idaho) Aug. 29, 1894-July 23, 1962; House 1939-46; Senate Nov. 5, 1946-Jan. 3, 1949; Oct. 14, 1949-62.

    DWYER, Florence P.

    (R N.J.) July 4, 1902; House 1957- .

    DYAL, Ken W.

    (D Calif.) July 9, 1910; House 1965-67.

    E
    EAGLETON, Thomas F.

    (D Mo.) Sept. 4, 1929; Senate 1969- .

    EARTHMAN, Harold H.

    (D Tenn.) April 13, 1900; House 1945-47.

    EASTLAND, James O.

    (D Miss.) Nov. 28, 1904; Senate June 30, 1941-Sept. 28, 1941; 1943- .

    EATON, Charles A.

    (R N.J.) March 29, 1868-Jan. 23, 1953; House 1925-53.

    EBERHARTER, Herman P.

    (D Pa.) April 29, 1892-Sept. 9, 1958; House 1937-58.

    ECKHARDT, Bob

    (D Texas) July 16, 1913; House 1967- .

    ECTON, Zales N.

    (R Mont.) April 1, 1898-March 3, 1961; Senate 1947-53.

    EDMONDSON, Ed

    (O Okla.) April 7, 1919; House 1953- .

    EDMONDSON, J. Howard

    (D Okla.) Sept. 27, 1925; Gov. 1959-63; Senate 1963-65.

    EDWARDS, Don

    (D Calif.) Jan. 6, 1915; House 1963- .

    EDWARDS, Edwin W.

    (D La.) Aug. 7, 1927; House 1965- .

    EDWARDS, Jack

    (R Ala.) Sept. 20, 1929; House 1965- .

    EILBERG, Joshua

    (D Pa.) Feb. 12, 1921; House 1967- .

    ELLENDER, Allen J.

    (D La.) Sept. 24, 1891; Senate 1937- .

    ELLIOTT, Alfred J.

    (D Calif.) June 1, 1895; House 1937-49.

    ELLIOTT, Carl

    (D Ala.) Dec. 20, 1913; House 1949-65.

    ELLIOTT, Douglas Hemphill

    (R Pa.) June 3, 1921-June 19, 1960; House 1960.

    ELLIS, Hubert S.

    (R W.Va.) July 6, 1887-Feb. 10, 1958; House 1943-49.

    ELLSWORTH, Harris

    (R Ore.) Sept. 17, 1899; House 1943-57; Chairman Civil Service Commission, 1957-59.

    ELLSWORTH, Robert F.

    (R Kan.) June 11, 1926; House 1961-67; Special Assistant to the President 1969; U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty organization 1969- .

    ELSAESSER, Edward J.

    (R N.Y.) March 10, 1904; House 1945-49.

    ELSTON, Charles H.

    (R Ohio) Aug. 1, 1891; House 1939-53.

    ENGEL, Albert J.

    (R Mich.) Jan. 1, 1888-Dec. 2, 1959; House 1935-51.

    ENGLE, Clair

    (D Calif.) Sept. 21, 1911-July 30, 1964; House 1943-59; Senate 1959-64.

    ERLENBORN, John N.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 8, 1917; House 1965- .

    ERVIN, Joe W.

    (D N.C.) March 3, 1901-Dec. 25, 1945 (brother of Sam J. Ervin Jr.); House Jan. 3, 1945-Dec. 25, 1945.

    ERVIN, Sam J. Jr.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 27, 1896; House Jan. 22, 1946-Jan. 3, 1947; Senate 1954- .

    ESCH, Marvin L.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 4, 1927; House 1967- .

    ESHLEMAN, Edwin D.

    (R Pa.) Dec. 4, 1920; House 1967- .

    EVANS, Frank E.

    (D Colo.) Sept. 8, 1923; House 1965- .

    EVERETT, Robert A.

    (D Tenn.) Feb. 24, 1915-Jan. 26, 1969; House 1958-69.

    EVINS, Joe L.

    (D Tenn.) Oct. 24, 1910; House 1947- .

    F
    FALLON, George H.

    (D Md.) July 24, 1902; House 1945- .

    FANNIN, Paul J.

    (R Ariz.) Jan. 29, 1907; Gov. 1958-1964; Senate 1965- .

    FARBSTEIN, Leonard

    (D N.Y.) Oct. 12, 1902; House 1957- .

    FARNSLEY, Charles P.

    (D Ky.) March 28, 1907; House 1965-67.

    FARNUM, Billie S.

    (D Mich.) April 11, 1916; House 1965-67.

    FARRINGTON, Joseph R.

    (R Hawaii) Oct. 15, 1897-June 19, 1954; Delegate 1943-1954.

    FARRINGTON, Mary Elizabeth Pruett

    (R Hawaii) May 30, 1898 (wife of Joseph R. Farrington); Delegate 1954-57.

    FASCELL, Dante B.

    (D Fla.) March 9, 1917; House 1955- .

    FEAZEL, William C.

    (D La.) June 10, 1895-March 16, 1965; Senate May 18, 1948-Dec. 30, 1948.

    FEIGHAN, Michael A.

    (D Ohio) Feb. 16, 1905; House 1943- .

    FELLOWS, Frank

    (R Maine) Nov. 7, 1889-Aug. 27, 1951; House 1941-51.

    FENTON, Ivor D.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 3, 1889; House 1939-63.

    FERGUSON, Homer

    (R Mich.) Feb. 25, 1889; Senate 1943-55; Ambassador to the Philippines 1955-56; Judge of Military Court of Appeals 1956- .

    FERNANDEZ, Antonio M.

    (D N.M.) Jan. 17, 1902-Nov. 7, 1956; House 1943-56.

    FERNOS-ISERN, Antonio

    (D Puerto Rico) May 10, 1895; Resident Commissioner, House 1946-65; Acting Gov. 1943-46.

    FINDLEY, Paul

    (R Ill.) June 23, 1921; House 1961- .

    FISH, Hamilton Jr.

    (R N.Y.) June 3, 1926; House 1969- .

    FINE, Sidney A.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 14 1903; House 1951-56.

    FINNEGAN, Edward R.

    (D Ill.) June 5, 1905; House 1961-65.

    FINO, Paul A.

    (R N.Y.) Dec. 15, 1913; House 1953-69.

    FISHER, O.C.

    (D Texas) Nov. 22, 1903; House 1943- .

    FJARE, Orvin B.

    (R Mont.) April 16, 1918; House 1955-57.

    FLANDERS, Ralph E.

    (R Vt.) Sept. 28, 1880; Senate 1946-59.

    FLANNAGAN, John W. Jr.

    (D Va.) Feb. 20, 1885-April 27, 1955; House 1931-49.

    FLETCHER, Charles K.

    (R Calif.) Dec. 15, 1902; House 1947-49.

    FLOOD, Daniel J.

    (D Pa.) Nov. 26 1903; House 1945-47; 1949-53; 1955- .

    FLOWERS, Walter W.

    (D Ala.) April 12, 1933; House 1969- .

    FLYNN, Gerald T.

    (D Wis.) Oct. 7, 1910; House 1959-61.

    FLYNT, John J. Jr.

    (D Ga.) Nov. 8, 1914; House 1954- .

    FOGARTY, John E.

    (D R.I.) March 23, 1913-Jan. 10, 1967; House 1941-67.

    FOLEY, John R.

    (D Md.) Oct. 16, 1917; House 1959-61.

    FOLEY, Thomas S.

    (D Wash.) March 6, 1929; House 1965- .

    FOLGER, John H.

    (D N.C.) Dec. 18, 1888-July 20, 1963; House 1945-49.

    FONG, Hiram L.

    (R Hawaii) Oct. 1, 1907; Senate, 1959- .

    FOOTE, Ellsworth B.

    (R Conn.) Jan. 12, 1898; House 1947-49.

    FORAND, Aime, J.

    (D R.I.) May 23, 1895; House 1937-39; 1941-61.

    FORD, Gerald R.

    (R Mich.) July 14, 1913; House 1949- ; Minority Leader 1965- .

    FORD, William D.

    (D Mich.) Aug. 6, 1927; House 1965- .

    FOREMAN, Ed

    (R Texas; N.M.); Dec. 22, 1933; House 1963-65, Texas; 1969- (N.M.)

    FORRESTER, E.L.

    (D Ga.) Aug. 16, 1896; House 1951-65.

    FOUNTAIN, L.H.

    (D N.C.) April 23, 1913; House 1953- .

    FRASER, Donald M.

    (D Minn.) Feb. 20, 1924; House 1963- .

    FRAZIER, James B. Jr.

    (D Tenn.) June 23, 1890; House 1949-63.

    FREAR, J. Allen Jr.

    (D Del.) March 7, 1903; Senate 1949-61; Member, Securities and Exchange Commission 1961-65.

    FRELINGHUYSEN, Peter H.B.

    (R N.J.) Jan. 17, 1916; House 1953- .

    FREY, Louis Jr.

    (R Fla.) Jan. 11, 1934; House 1969- .

    FRIEDEL, Samuel N.

    (D Md.) April 18, 1898; House 1953- .

    FUGATE, Tom B.

    (D Va.) April 10, 1899; House 1949-53.

    FULBRIGHT, J. William

    (D Ark.) April 9, 1905; House, 1943-45; Senate 1945- .

    FULLER, Hadwen C.

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 28, 1895; House 1943-49.

    FULTON, James G.

    (R Pa.) March 1, 1903; House 1945- .

    FULTON, Richard

    (D Tenn.) Jan. 27, 1927; House 1963- .

    FUQUA, Don

    (D Fla.) Aug. 20, 1933; House 1963- .

    FURCOLO, Foster

    (D Mass.) July 29, 1911; House 1949-52; Governor 1957-61.

    G
    GALIFIANAKIS, Nick

    (D N.C.) July 22, 1928; House 1967- .

    GALLAGHER, Cornelius E.

    (D N.J.) March 2, 1921; House 1959- .

    GALLAGHER, James A.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 16, 1896-Dec. 8, 1957; House 1947-49.

    GALLAGHER, William J.

    (D Minn.) May 13, 1875-Aug. 13, 1946; House 1945-46.

    GAMBLE, Ralph A.

    (R N.Y.) May 6, 1885-March 4, 1959; House 1937-57.

    GARDNER, Edward J.

    (D Ohio) Aug. 7, 1898-Dec. 7, 1950; House 1945-47.

    GARDNER, James C.

    (R N.C.) April 8, 1933; House 1967-69.

    GARLAND, Peter A.

    (R Maine) June 16, 1923; House 1961-63.

    GARMATZ, Edward A.

    (D Md.) Feb. 7, 1903; House 1947- .

    GARY, J. Vaughan

    (D Va.) Feb. 25, 1892; House 1945-65.

    GATHINGS, E.C.

    (D Ark.) Nov. 10, 1903; House 1939-69.

    GAVIN, Leon H.

    (R Pa.) Feb. 25, 1893-Sept. 14, 1963; House 1943-63.

    GAYDOS, Joseph M.

    (D Pa.) July 3, 1926; House 1968- .

    GEARHART, Bertrand W.

    (R Calif.) May 31, 1890-Oct. 11, 1955; House 1935-49.

    GEELAN, James P.

    (D Conn.) Aug. 11, 1901; House 1945-47.

    GENTRY, Brady

    (D Texas) March 25, 1896-Nov. 9, 1966; House 1953-57.

    GEORGE, Myron V.

    (R Kan.) Jan. 6, 1900; House 1950-59.

    GEORGE, Newell A.

    (D Kan.) Sept. 24, 1904; House 1959-61.

    GEORGE, Walter F.

    (D Ga.) Jan. 29, 1878, Aug. 4, 1957; Senate 1922-57; Special Ambassador to North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1957.

    GERLACH, Charles L.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 14, 1895-May 5, 1947; House 1939-47.

    GERRY, Peter G.

    (D R.I.) Sept. 18, 1879-Oct. 31, 1957; House, 1913-15; Senate 1917-29; 1935-47.

    GETTYS, Tom S.

    (D S.C.) June 19, 1912; House 1965- .

    GIAIMO, Robert N.

    (D Conn.) Sept. 15, 1919; House 1959- .

    GIBBONS, Sam M.

    (D Fla.) Jan. 20, 1920; House 1963- .

    GIBSON, John S.

    (D Ga.) Jan. 3, 1893-Oct. 19, 1960; House 1941-47.

    GIFFORD, Charles L.

    (R Mass.) March 15, 1871-Aug. 23, 1947; House 1922-47.

    GILBERT, Jacob H.

    (D N.Y.) June 7, 1920; House 1960- .

    GILL, Thomas P.

    (D Hawaii) April 21, 1922; House 1963-65.

    GILLESPIE, Dean M.

    (R Colo.) May 2, 1884-Feb. 2, 1949; House 1944-47.

    GILLETTE, Guy M.

    (D Iowa) Feb. 3, 1879; House, 1933-36; Senate 1936-45; 1949-55.

    GILLETTE, Wilson D.

    (R Pa.) June 1, 1880-Aug. 7, 1951; House 1941-51.

    GILLIE, George W.

    (R Ind.) Aug. 15, 1880-July 4, 1963; House 1939-49.

    GILLIGAN, John J.

    (D Ohio) March 22, 1921; House 1965-67.

    GILMER, Dixie

    (D Okla.) June 7, 1901; House 1949-51.

    GLASS, Carter

    (D Va.) Jan. 4, 1858-May 28, 1946; House 1902-18; Senate 1920-46; Secretary of the Treasury 1918-20.

    GLENN, Milton W.

    (R N.J.) June 18, 1903-Dec. 15, 1967; House 1957-65.

    GOFF, Abe McGregor

    (R Idaho) Dec. 21, 1899; House 1947-49.

    GOLDEN, James S.

    (R Ky.) Sept. 20, 1891; House 1949-55.

    GOLDWATER, Barry

    (R Ariz.) Jan. 1, 1909; Senate 1953-65, 1969- ; Republican Presidential candidate 1964.

    GONZALEZ, Henry B.

    (D Texas) May 3, 1916; House 1961- .

    GOODELL, Charles E.

    (R N.Y.) March 16, 1926; House 1959-68; Senate 1968- .

    GOODLING, George A.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 26, 1896; House 1961-65; 1967- .

    GOODWIN, Angier L.

    (R Mass.) Jan. 30, 1881; House 1943-55.

    GORDON, Thomas S.

    (D Ill.) Dec. 17, 1893-Jan. 22, 1959; House 1943-59.

    GORE, Albert

    (D Tenn.) Dec. 26, 1907; House 1939-44; 1945-53; Senate 1953- .

    GORSKI, Chester C.

    (D N.Y.) June 22, 1906; House 1949-51.

    GORSKI, Martin

    (D Ill.) Aug. 30, 1886-Dec. 4, 1949; House 1943-49.

    GOSSETT, Charles C.

    (D Idaho) Sept. 2, 1888; Senate 1945-47; Gov. 1945.

    GOSSETT, Ed.

    (D Texas) Jan. 27, 1902; House 1939-51.

    GRABOWSKI, Bernard F.

    (D Conn.) June 11, 1923; House 1963- .

    GRAHAM, Frank P.

    (D N.C.) Oct. 14, 1886; Senate, 1949-50.

    GRAHAM, Louis E.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 4, 1880; House 1939-55.

    GRANAHAN, Kathryn E.

    (D Pa.) Dec. 7, 1906; (widow of William T. Granahan) House 1956-63; Treasurer of the U.S. 1963-66.

    GRANAHAN, William T.

    (D Pa.) July 26, 1895-May 25, 1956; House 1945-47; 1949-56.

    GRANGER, Walter K.

    (D Utah) Oct. 11, 1888; House 1941-53.

    GRANT, George M.

    (D Ala.) July 11, 1895; House 1938-65.

    GRANT, Robert A.

    (R Ind.) July 31, 1905; House 1939-49.

    GRAVEL, Mike

    (D Alaska) May 13, 1930; Senate 1969- .

    GRAY, Kenneth J.

    (D Ill.) Nov. 14, 1924; House 1955- .

    GREEN, Edith

    (D Ore.) Jan. 17, 1910; House 1955- .

    GREEN, Theodore Francis

    (D R.I.) Oct. 2, 1867-May 19, 1966; Senate 1937-61; Gov. 1933-36.

    GREEN, William J. Jr.

    (D Pa.) March 5, 1910-Dec. 21, 1963; House 1945-47; 1949-63.

    GREEN, William J. III

    (D Pa.) June 24, 1938, (son of William J. Green Jr.); House 1964- .

    GREENWOOD, Ernest

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 25, 1884-June 15, 1955; House 1951-53.

    GREGORY, Noble J.

    (D Ky.) Aug. 30, 1897; House 1937-59.

    GREIGG, Stanley L.

    (D Iowa) May 7, 1931; House 1965-67.

    GRIDER, George W.

    (D Tenn.) Oct. 1, 1912; House 1965-67.

    GRIFFIN, Charles H.

    (D Miss.) May 9, 1926; House 1968- .

    GRIFFIN, Robert P.

    (R Mich.) Nov. 6, 1923; House 1957-66; Senate 1966- .

    GRIFFITHS, Martha W.

    (D Mich.) Jan. 29, 1912; House 1955- .

    GRIFFITHS, P.W.

    (R Ohio) March 30, 1893; House 1943-49.

    GRISWOLD, Dwight P.

    (R Neb.) Nov. 27, 1893-April 12, 1954; Senate 1952-54; Gov. 1941-46.

    GROSS, Chester H.

    (R Pa.) Oct. 13, 1888; House 1943-49.

    GROSS, H.R.

    (R Iowa) June 30, 1899; House 1949- .

    GROVER, James R. Jr.

    (R N.Y.) March 15, 1919; House 1963- .

    GRUENING, Ernest

    (D Alaska) Feb. 6, 1887; Senate 1959-69; Gov. 1939-53.

    GUBSER, Charles S.

    (R Calif.) Feb. 1, 1916; House 1953- .

    GUDE, Gilbert

    (R Md.) March 9, 1923; House 1967- .

    GUFFEY, Joseph F.

    (D Pa.) Dec. 29, 1870-March 6, 1959; Senate 1935-47.

    GULL, Ben Hugh

    (R Texas) Sept. 8, 1909; House 1950-51.

    GURNEY, Chan

    (R S.D.) May 21, 1896; Senate 1939-1951; Member, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1951- .

    GURNEY, Edward J.

    (R Fla.) Jan. 12, 1914; House 1963-69; Senate 1969- .

    GWINN, Ralph W.

    (R N.Y.) March 28, 1884; House 1945-59.

    GWYNNE, John W.

    (R Iowa) Oct. 20, 1889; House 1935-49.

    H
    HAGAN, G. Elliott

    (D Ga.) May 24, 1916; House 1961- .

    HAGEN, Harlan

    (D Calif.) Oct. 8, 1914; House 1953-67.

    HAGEN, Harold C.

    (R Minn.) Nov. 10, 1901-March 19, 1957; House 1943-55.

    HALE, Robert

    (R Maine) Nov. 29, 1889; House 1943-59.

    HALEY, James A.

    (D Fla.) Jan. 4, 1899; House 1953- .

    HALL, David M.

    (D N.C.) May 16, 1918-Jan. 29, 1960; House 1959-60.

    HALL, Durward G.

    (R Mo.) Sept. 14, 1910; House 1961- .

    HALL, Edwin Arthur

    (R N.Y.) Feb. 11, 1909; House 1939-53.

    HALL, Leonard W.

    (R N.Y.) Oct. 2, 1900; House 1939-52; Chairman, Republican National Committee 1952-57.

    HALLECK, Charles A.

    (R Ind.) Aug. 22, 1900; House 1935-69; Majority Leader, 1947-48, 1951-52; Minority Leader, 1960-65.

    HALPERN, Seymour

    (R N.Y.) Nov. 19, 1912; House 1959- .

    HAMILTON, Lee H.

    (D Ind.) April 20, 1931; House 1965- .

    HAMMERSCHMIDT, John Paul

    (R Ark.) May 4, 1922; House 1967- .

    HANCOCK, Clarence E.

    (R N.Y.) Feb. 13, 1885-Jan. 3, 1948; House 1927-47.

    HAND, T. Millet,

    (R N.J.) July 7, 1902-Dec. 26, 1956; House 1945-56.

    HANLEY, James M.

    (D N.Y.) July 19, 1920; House 1965- .

    HANNA, Richard T.

    (D Calif.) June 19, 1914; House 1963- .

    HANSEN, Clifford P.

    (R Wyo.) Oct. 16, 1912; Senate 1967- .

    HANSEN, George V.

    (R Idaho) Sept. 14, 1930; House 1965-69.

    HANSEN, John R.

    (D Iowa) Aug. 24, 1901; House 1965- .

    HANSEN, Julia Butler

    (D Wash.) June 14, 1907; House 1960- .

    HANSEN, Orval H.

    (R Idaho) Aug. 3, 1926; House 1968- .

    HARDEN, Cecil M.

    (R Ind.) Nov. 21, 1894; House 1949-59.

    HARDING, Ralph R.

    (D Idaho) Sept. 9, 1929; House 1961-65.

    HARDY, Porter Jr.

    (D Va.) June 1, 1903; House 1947-69.

    HARE, Butler B.

    (D S.C.) Nov. 25, 1875-Dec. 30, 1967; House 1925-33; 1939-47.

    HARE, James B.

    (D S.C.) Sept. 4, 1918 (son of Butler B. Hare); House 1949-51.

    HARGIS, Denver D.

    (D Kan.) July 22, 1921; House 1959-61.

    HARLESS, Richard F.

    (D Ariz.) Aug. 6, 1905; House 1943-49.

    HARMON, Randall S.

    (D Ind.) July 19, 1903; House 1959-61.

    HARNESS, Forest A.

    (R Ind.) June 24, 1895; House 1939-49; Sergeant at Arms, U.S. Senate 1953-55.

    HARRIS, Fred R.

    (D Okla.) Nov. 13, 1930; Senate 1965- . Chairman, Democratic National Committee 1969- .

    HARRIS, Oren

    (D Ark.) Dec. 20, 1903; House 1941-66; U.S. District Judge 1966- .

    HARRISON, Burr P.

    (D Va.) July 2, 1904; House 1946-63.

    HARRISON, Robert D.

    (R Neb.) Jan. 26, 1897; House 1951-59.

    HARRISON, William H.

    (R Wyo.) Aug. 10, 1896; House 1951-55; 1961-65; 1967-69.

    HARSHA, William H.

    (R Ohio) Jan. 1, 1921; House 1961- .

    HART, Edward J.

    (D N.J.) March 25, 1893-April 20, 1961; House 1935-55.

    HART, Philip A.

    (D Mich.) Dec. 10, 1912; Senate 1959- .

    HART, Thomas C.

    (R Conn.) June 12, 1877; Senate 1945-46.

    HARTKE, Vance

    (D Ind.) May 31, 1919; Senate 1959- .

    HARTLEY, Fred A. Jr.

    (R N.J.) March 22, 1902-May 11, 1969; House 1929-49.

    HARVEY, James

    (R Mich.) July 4, 1922; House 1961- .

    HARVEY, Ralph

    (R Ind.) Aug. 9, 1901; House 1947-59; 1961-66.

    HASKELL, Harry Jr.

    (R Del.) May 27, 1921; House 1957-59.

    HASTINGS, James F.

    (R N.Y.) April 10, 1926; House 1969- .

    HATCH, Carl A.

    (D N.M.) Nov. 27, 1889-Sept. 15, 1963; Senate 1933-49.

    HATFIELD, Mark O.

    (R Ore.) July 12, 1922; Senate 1967- . Governor 1959-67.

    HATHAWAY, William D.

    (D Maine) Feb. 21, 1924; House 1965- .

    HAVENNER, Frank R.

    (D Calif.) June 20, 1882; House 1945-53.

    HAWKES, Albert W.

    (R N.J.) Nov. 20, 1878; Senate 1943-49.

    HAWKINS, Augustus F.

    (D Calif.) Aug. 31, 1907; House 1963- .

    HAYDEN, Carl

    (D Ariz.) Oct. 2, 1877; House 1912-27; Senate 1927-69 President Pro Tempore 1957-69.

    HAYS, Brooks

    (D Ark.) Aug. 9, 1898; House 1943-59.

    HAYS, Wayne L.

    (D Ohio) May 13, 1911; House 1949- .

    HAYWORTH, Don

    (D Mich.) Jan. 13, 1898; House 1955-57.

    HEALEY, James C.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 24, 1909; House 1956-65.

    HEALY, Ned R.

    (D Calif.) Aug. 9, 1905; House 1945-47.

    HEBERT, F. Edward

    (D La.) Oct. 12, 1901; House 1941- .

    HECHLER, Ken

    (D W. Va.) Sept. 20, 1914; House 1959- .

    HECKLER, Margaret M.

    (R Mass.) June 21, 1931; House 1967- .

    HEDRICK, E.H.

    (D W. Va.) Aug. 9, 1894-Sept. 20, 1954; House 1945-53.

    HEFFERNAN, James Joseph

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 8, 1888-Jan. 27, 1967; 1941-53.

    HEIDINGER, James V.

    (R Ill.) July 17, 1882-March 22, 1945; House 1941-45.

    HELLER, Louis B.

    (D N.Y.) March 10, 1905; House 1949-51; 1953-54.

    HELSTOSKI, Henry

    (D N.J.) March 21, 1924; House 1965- .

    HEMPHILL, Robert W.

    (D S.C.) May 10, 1915; House 1957-64; U.S. District Judge 1964- .

    HENDERSON, David N.

    (D N.C.) April 16, 1921; House 1961- .

    HENDERSON, John E.

    (R Ohio) Jan. 4, 1917; House 1955-61.

    HENDRICKS, Joe

    (D Fla.) Sept. 24, 1903; House 1937-49.

    HENDRICKSON, Robert C.

    (R N.J) Aug. 12, 1898; Senate 1949-55.

    HENNINGS, Thomas C. Jr.

    (D Mo.) June 25, 1903-Sept. 13, 1960; House 1935-40; Senate 1951-60.

    HENRY, Robert K.

    (R Wis.) Feb. 9, 1890-Nov. 20, 1946; House 1945-46.

    HERLONG, A. Sydney Jr.

    (D Fla.) Feb. 14, 1909; House 1949-69.

    HERTER, Christian A.

    (R Mass.) March 28, 1895-Dec. 30, 1966; House 1943-53; Gov. Mass. 1953-57; Under Secretary of State 1957-59; Secretary of State 1959-61; Special Representative for Trade Negotiations of the U.S. 1962-66.

    HESELTON, John W.

    (R Mass.) March 7, 1900-Aug. 19, 1962; House 1945-59.

    HESS, William E.

    (R Ohio) March 13, 1898; House 1929-37; 1939-49; 1951-61.

    HICKENLOOPER, Bourke B.

    (R Iowa) July 21, 1896; Senate 1945-69; Gov. 1943-44.

    HICKEY, J.J.

    (D Wyo.) Aug. 22, 1911; Senate Jan. 2, 1961-62; Gov. 1959-61.

    HICKS, Floyd V.

    (D Wash.) May 29, 1915; House 1965- .

    HIESTAND, Edgar W.

    (R Calif.) Dec. 3, 1888; House 1953-63.

    HILL, Lister

    (D Ala.) Dec. 29, 1894; House 1923-38; Senate 1938-69.

    HILL, William S.

    (R Colo.) Jan. 20, 1886; House 1941-59.

    HINSHAW, Carl

    (R Calif.) July 28, 1894-Aug. 5, 1956; House 1939-56.

    HOBBS, Samuel Francis

    (D Ala.) Oct. 5, 1887-May 31, 1952; House 1935-51.

    HOBLITZELL, John D. Jr

    (R W. Va.) Dec. 30, 1912; Senate Jan. 25, 1958-Nov. 4, 1958.

    HOCH, Daniel K.

    (D Pa.) Jan. 31, 1866-Oct. 11, 1960; House 1943-47.

    HOEVEN, Charles B.

    (R Iowa) March 30, 1895; House 1943-65.

    HOEY, Clyde R.

    (D N.C.) Dec. 11, 1877-May 12, 1954; House 1919-21; Senate 1945-54; Gov. 1937-41.

    HOFFMAN, Carl Henry

    (R Pa.) Aug. 12, 1896; House 1946-47.

    HOFFMAN, Clare E.

    (R Mich.) Sept. 10, 1875-Nov. 3, 1967; House 1935-63.

    HOFFMAN, Elmer J.

    (R Ill.) July 7, 1899; House 1959-65.

    HOFFMAN, Richard W.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 23, 1893; House 1949-57.

    HOGAN, Earl

    (D Ind.) March 13, 1920; House 1959-61.

    HOGAN, Lawrence J.

    (R Md.) Sept. 30, 1928; House 1969- .

    HOLIFIELD, Chet

    (D Calif.) Dec. 3, 1903; House 1943- .

    HOLLAND, Elmer J.

    (D Pa.) Jan. 8, 1894-Aug. 9, 1968; House 1942-43; 1956-68.

    HOLLAND, Spessard L.

    (D Fla.) July 10, 1892; Senate 1946- ; Gov. 1941-45.

    HOLLINGS, Ernest F.

    (D S.C.) Jan. 1, 1922; Senate 1966- . Gov. 1959-63.

    HOLMES, Hal

    (R Wash.) Feb. 22, 1902; House 1943-59.

    HOLMES, Pehr G.

    (R Mass.) April 9, 1881-Dec. 19, 1952; House 1931-47.

    HOLT, Joseph F. III

    (R Calif.) July 6, 1924; House 1953-61.

    HOLTZMAN, Lester

    (D N.Y.) June 1, 1913; House 1953-61.

    HOOK, Frank E.

    (D Mich.) May 26, 1893; House 1935-47.

    HOPE, Clifford R.

    (R Kan.) June 9, 1893; House 1927-57.

    HORAN, Walt

    (R Wash.) Oct. 15, 1898-Dec. 20, 1966; House 1943-65.

    HORTON, Frank J.

    (R N.Y. Dec. 12, 1919; House 1963- .

    HOSMER, Craig

    (R Calif.) May 6, 1915; House 1953- .

    HOWARD, James J.

    (D N.J.) July 24, 1927; House 1965- .

    HOWELL, Charles R.

    (D N.J.) May 23, 1904; House 1949-55.

    HOWELL, Evan

    (R Ill.) Sept. 21, 1905; House 1941-47.

    HRUSKA, Roman L.

    (R Neb.) Aug. 16, 1904; House 1953-54; Senate 1954- .

    HUBER, Walter B.

    (D Ohio) June 29, 1903; House 1945-51.

    HUDDLESTON, George Jr.

    (D Ala.) March 19, 1920; House 1955-65.

    HUFFMAN, James W.

    (D Ohio) Sept. 13, 1894; Senate 1945-46.

    HUGHES, Harold E.

    (D Iowa) Feb. 10, 1922; Senate 1969- .

    HULL, Merlin

    (R, Prog. Wis.) Dec. 18, 1870-May 17, 1953; House; Republican 1929-31; Progressive 1935-47; Republican 1947-53.

    HULL, W.R. Jr.

    (D Mo.) April 17, 1906; House 1955- .

    HUMPHREY, Hubert H.

    (D Minn.) May 27, 1911; Senate 1949-64. Vice President 1965-69; Democratic Presidential candidate 1968.

    HUMPHREYS, Robert

    (D Ky.) Aug. 20, 1893; Senate June 21, 1956-Nov. 6, 1956.

    HUNGATE, William L.

    (D Mo.) Dec. 14, 1922; House 1965- .

    HUNT, John E.

    (R N.J.) Nov. 25, 1908; House 1967- .

    HUNT, Lester C.

    (D Wyo.) July 8, 1892-June 19, 1954; Senate 1949-54; Gov. 1943-49.

    HUNTER, Allan Oakley

    (R Calif.) June 15, 1916; House 1951-55.

    HUOT, J. Oliva

    (D N.H.) Aug. 11, 1917; House 1965-67.

    HUTCHINSON, Edward

    (R Mich.) Oct. 13, 1914; House 1963- .

    HYDE, DeWitt S.

    (R Md.) March 21, 1909; House 1953-59.

    HILLELSON, Jeffrey P.

    (R Mo.) March 9, 1919; House 1953-55.

    HILLINGS, Patrick J.

    (R Calif.) Feb. 19, 1923; House 1951-59.

    I
    ICHORD, Richard H.

    (D Mo.) June 27, 1926; House 1961- .

    IKARD, Frank

    (D Texas) Jan. 30, 1914; House 1951-61.

    INOUYE, Daniel K.

    (D Hawaii) Sept. 7, 1924; House 1959-63; Senate 1963- .

    IRVING, Leonard

    (D Mo.) March 24, 1898; House 1949-53.

    IRWIN, Donald J.

    (D Conn.) Sept. 7, 1926; House 1959-61; 1965-69.

    ISACSON, Leo

    (American Labor New York) April 20, 1910; House Feb. 17, 1948-49.

    IVES, Irving M.

    (R N.Y.) Jan. 24, 1896-Feb. 24, 1962; Senate 1947-59.

    IZAC, Edouard V.M.

    (D Calif.) Dec. 18, 1891; House 1937-47.

    J
    JACKSON, Donald L.

    (R Calif.) Jan. 23, 1910; House 1947-61.

    JACKSON, Henry M.

    (D Wash.) May 31, 1912; House 1941-53; Senate 1953- ; Chairman, Democratic National Committee 1960-61.

    JACOBS, Andrew

    (D Ind.) Feb. 22, 1906; House 1949-51.

    JACOBS, Andrew Jr.

    (D Ind.) Feb. 24, 1932; House 1965- .

    JAMES, Benjamin F.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 1, 1885-Jan. 26, 1961; House 1949-59.

    JARMAN, John

    (D Okla.) July 17, 1915; House 1951- .

    JARMAN, Pete

    (D Ala.) Oct. 31, 1892-Feb. 17, 1955; House 1937-49.

    JAVITS, Jacob K.

    (R N.Y.) May 18, 1904; House 1947-54; Senate 1957- .

    JENISON, Edward H.

    (R Ill.) July 27, 1907; House 1947-49.

    JENKINS, Mitchell

    (R Pa.) Jan. 24, 1896; House 1947-49.

    JENKINS, Thomas A.

    (R Ohio) Oct. 28, 1880-Dec. 21, 1959; House 1925-59.

    JENNER, William E.

    (R Ind.) July 21, 1908; Senate 1944-45; 1947-59.

    JENNINGS, John Jr.

    (R Tenn.) June 6, 1880-Feb. 27, 1956; House 1939-51.

    JENNINGS, W. Pat

    (D Va.) Aug. 20, 1919; House 1955-67; Clerk of House, 1967- .

    JENSEN, Ben F.

    (R Iowa) Dec. 16, 1892; House 1939-65.

    JOELSON, Charles S.

    (D N.J.) Jan. 27, 1916; House 1961- .

    JOHANSEN, August E.

    (R Mich.) July 21, 1905; House 1955-65.

    JOHNSON, Albert W.

    (R Pa.) April 17, 1906; House 1963- .

    JOHNSON, Anton Joseph

    (R Ill.) Oct. 20, 1878-April 16, 1958; House 1939-49.

    JOHNSON, Byron L.

    (D Colo.) Oct. 12, 1917; House 1959-61.

    JOHNSON, Edwin C.

    (D Colo.) Jan. 1, 1884; Senate 1937-55; Gov. 1933-37; 1955-57.

    JOHNSON, Glen D.

    (D Okla.) Sept. 11, 1911; House 1947-49.

    JOHNSON, Harold T.

    (D Calif.) Dec. 2, 1907; House 1959- .

    JOHNSON, Hiram W.

    (R Calif.) Sept. 21, 1866-Aug. 6, 1945; Senate 1917-45; Gov. 1911-17; Vice Presidential Nominee 1912.

    JOHNSON, J. Leroy

    (R Calif.) April 8, 1888-March 26, 1961; House 1943-57.

    JOHNSON, Jed Joseph

    (D Okla.) July 31, 1888-May 8, 1963; House 1929-47.

    JOHNSON, Jed Jr.

    (D Okla.) Dec. 27, 1939; House 1965-67.

    JOHNSON, Lester R.

    (D Wis.) June 16, 1901; House 1953-65.

    JOHNSON, Luther A.

    (D Texas) Oct. 29, 1875-June 7, 1965; House 1923-46.

    JOHNSON, Lyndon B.

    (D Texas) Aug. 27, 1908; House 1937-49; Senate 1949-61; Senate Minority Leader 1953-54; Senate Majority Leader 1955-61; Vice President 1961-63; President 1963-69.

    JOHNSON, Noble J.

    (R Ind.) Aug. 23, 1887-March 17, 1968; House 1939-48; Judge U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, 1948-56; Chief Judge, 1956-58.

    JOHNSON, Thomas F.

    (D Md.) June 26, 1909; House 1959-63.

    JOHNSTON, Olin D.

    (D S.C.) Nov. 18, 1896-April 18, 1965; Senate 1945-65; Gov. 1935-39; 1943-45.

    JONAS, Charles Raper

    (R N.C.) Dec. 9, 1904; House 1953- .

    JONAS, Edgar A.

    (R Ill.) Aug 14, 1885; House 1949-55.

    JONES, Hamilton C.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 26, 1884-Aug. 10, 1957; House 1947-53.

    JONES, Homer R.

    (R Wash.) Sept. 3, 1893; House 1947-49.

    JONES, Paul C.

    (D Mo.) March 12, 1901; House 1949-69.

    JONES, Robert E.

    (D Ala.) June 12, 1912; House 1947- .

    JONES, Robert F.

    (R Ohio) June 25, 1907-June 22, 1968; House 1939-47.

    JONES, Walker B.

    (D N.C.) Aug. 19, 1913; House 1966- .

    JONES, Woodrow W.

    (D N.C.) Jan. 26, 1914; House 1950-57.

    JONKMAN, Bartel J.

    (R Mich.) Sept. 8, 1896-June 13, 1955; House 1940-49.

    JORDAN, b. Everett

    (D N.C.) Sept. 8, 1896; Senate 1958- .

    JORDAN, Len B.

    (R Idaho) May 15, 1899; Senate 1962- . Gov. 1951-55.

    JUDD, Walter H.

    (R Minn.) Sept. 25, 1898; House 1943-63.

    K
    KARST, Raymond W.

    (D Mo.) Dec. 31, 1902; House 1949-51.

    KARSTEN, Frank M.

    (D Mo.) Jan. 7, 1913; House 1947-69.

    KARTH, Joseph E.

    (D Minn.) Aug. 26, 1922; House 1959- .

    KASEM, George A.

    (D Calif.) April 6, 1919; House 1959-61.

    KASTENMEIER, Robert W.

    (D Wis.) Jan. 24, 1924; House 1959- .

    KAZEN, Abraham Jr.

    (D Texas) Jan. 17, 1919; House 1967- .

    KEAN, Robert W.

    (R N.J.) Sept. 28, 1893; House 1939-59.

    KEARNEY, Bernard W.

    (Pat) (R N.Y.) May 23, 1889; House 1943-59.

    KEARNS, Carroll D.

    (R Pa.) May 7, 1900; House 1947-63.

    KEATING, Kenneth B.

    (R N.Y.) May 18, 1900; House 1947-59; Senate 1959-65. Ambassador to India 1969- .

    KEE, Elizabeth

    (D W.Va.) (widow of John Kee); House 1951-65.

    KEE, James

    (D W.Va.) (son of John and Elizabeth Kee) April 15, 1917; House 1965- .

    KEE, John

    (D W.Va) Aug. 22, 1874-May 8, 1951; House 1933-51.

    KEEFE, Frank B.

    (R Wis.) Sept. 23, 1887-Feb. 5, 1952; House 1938-51.

    KEENEY, Russell W.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 29, 1895-Jan. 11, 1958; House 1956-58.

    KEFEUVER, Estes

    (D Tenn.) July 26, 1903-Aug. 10, 1963; House 1939-49; Senate 1949-63.

    KEITH, Hastings

    (R Mass.) Nov. 22, 1915; House 1959- .

    KELLEY, Augustine B.

    (D Pa.) July 9, 1883-Nov. 20, 1957; House 1941-57.

    KELLY, Edna F.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 20 1906; House 1949-69.

    KELLY, Edward Austin

    (D Ill.) April 3, 1892; House 1931-43; 1945-47.

    KEM, James P.

    (R Mo.) April 2, 1890-Feb. 24, 1965; Senate 1947-53.

    KENNEDY, Edward M.

    (D Mass.) Feb. 22, 1932; Senate 1962- . Majority Whip 1969- .

    KENNEDY, John F.

    (D Mass.) May 29, 1917-Nov. 22, 1963; House 1947-53; Senate 1953-60; President 1961-63.

    KENNEDY, Robert F.

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 20, 1925-June 5, 1968; U. S. Attorney General 1961-64; Senate 1965-68.

    KEOGH, Eugene J.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 30 1907; House 1937-67.

    KERR, John H.

    (D N.C.) Dec. 31, 1873-June 21, 1958; House 1923-53.

    KERR, Robert S.

    (D Okla.) Sept. 11, 1896-Jan. 1, 1963; Senate 1949-62; Gov. 1943-47.

    KERSTEN, Charles J.

    (R Wis.) May 26, 1902; House 1947-49; 1951-55.

    KILBURN, Clarence E.

    (R N.Y.) April 13, 1893; House 1940-65.

    KILDAY, Paul J.

    (D Texas) March 29, 1900-Oct. 12, 1968; House 1939-61; U. S. Court of Military Appeals 1961-68.

    KILGORE, Harley M.

    (D W.Va.) Jan. 11, 1893-Feb. 28, 1956; Senate 1941-56.

    KILGORE, Joe M.

    (D Texas) Dec. 10, 1918; House 1955-65.

    KING, Carleton J.

    (R N.Y.) June 15, 1904; House 1961- .

    KING, Cecil R.

    (D Calif.) Jan. 13, 1898; House 1942-69.

    KING, David S.

    (D Utah) June 20, 1917; House 1959-63; 1965-67.

    KING, Karl C.

    (R Pa.) Jan. 26, 1897; House 1952-57.

    KINZER, J. Roland

    (R Pa.) March 28, 1874-June 25, 1955; House 1930-47.

    KIRWAN, Michael J.

    (D Ohio) Dec. 2, 1886; House 1937- .

    KITCHIN, A. Paul

    (D N.C.) Sept. 13, 1908; House 1957-63.

    KLEIN, Arthur G.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 8, 1904; House July 29, 1941-45; Feb. 10, 1946-Dec. 31, 1956.

    KLEPPE, Thomas S.

    (R N.D.) July 1, 1919; House 1967- .

    KLUCZYNSKI, John C.

    (D Ill.) Feb. 15, 1896; House 1951- .

    KNOWLAND, William F.

    (R Calif.) June 26, 1908; Senate 1945-59; Majority Leader 1953-55; Minority Leader 1955-59.

    KNOX, Victor A.

    (R Mich.) Jan. 13, 1899; House 1953-65.

    KNUTSON, Coya

    (D Minn.) Aug. 22, 1912; House 1955-59.

    KNUTSON, Harold

    (R Minn.) Oct. 20, 1880-Aug. 21, 1953; House 1917-49.

    KOCH, Edward I.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 12, 1924; House 1969- .

    KOPPLEMANN, Herman P.

    (D Conn.) May 1, 1880-Aug. 11, 1957; House 1941-43; 1945-47.

    KORNEGAY, Horace R.

    (D N.C.) March 12, 1924; House 1961-69.

    KOWALSKI, Frank

    (D Conn.) Oct. 18, 1907; House 1959-63; Member, Subversive Activities Control Board 1963-1966.

    KREBS, Paul J.

    (D N.J.) May 26, 1912; House 1965-67.

    KRUEGER, Otto

    (R N.D.) Sept. 7, 1890-June 10, 1963; House 1953-59.

    KRUSE, Edward H. Jr.

    (D Ind.) Oct. 22, 1918; House 1949-51.

    KUCHEL, Thomas H.

    (R Calif.) Aug. 15, 1910; Senate 1953-69.

    KUNKEL, John C.

    (R Pa.) July 21, 1898; House 1939-51; 1961-66.

    KUPPERMAN, Theodore R.

    (R N.Y.) May 12, 1920; House 1966-69.

    KUYKENDALL, Dan

    (R Tenn.) July 9, 1924; House 1967- .

    KYL, John H.

    (R Iowa) May 9, 1919; House 1959-65; 1967- .

    KYROS, Peter N.

    (D Maine) July 11, 1925; House 1967- .

    L
    LaFOLLETTE, Charles M.

    (R Ind.) Feb. 27, 1898; House 1943-47.

    LaFOLLETTE, Robert M. Jr.

    (Progressive Wis.) Feb. 6, 1895-Feb. 24, 1953; Senate 1925-47 (Republican-Progressive 1925-35).

    LAFORE, John A. Jr.

    (R Pa.) May 25, 1905; House 1958-61.

    LAIRD, Melvin R.

    (R Wis.) Sept. 1, 1922; House 1953-69; Secretary of Defense 1969- .

    LAIRD, William R. III

    (D W.Va.) June 2, 1916; Senate March 13, 1956-Nov. 6, 1956.

    LANDGREBE, Earl F.

    (R Ind.) Jan. 21, 1916; House 1969- .

    LANDIS, Gerald W.

    (R Ind.) Feb. 23, 1895; House 1939-49.

    LANDRUM, Phil M.

    (D Ga.) Sept. 10, 1909; House 1953- .

    LANE, Thomas J.

    (D Mass.) July 16, 1898; House 1941-63.

    LANGEN, Odin

    (R Minn.) Jan. 5, 1913; House 1959- .

    LANGER, William

    (R N.D.) Sept. 30, 1886-Nov. 8, 1959; Senate 1941-59; Gov. 1933-34; 1937-39.

    LANHAM, Fritz G.

    (D Texas) Jan. 3, 1880; House 1919-47.

    LANHAM, Henderson

    (D Ga.) Sept. 14, 1888-Nov. 10, 1957; House 1947-57.

    LANKFORD, Richard E.

    (D Md.) July 22, 1914; House 1955-65.

    LANTAFF, William C.

    (D Fla.) July 31, 1913; House 1951-55.

    LARCADE, Henry D. Jr.

    (D La.) July 12, 1890-March 14, 1966; House 1943-53.

    LATHAM, Henry J.

    (R N.Y.) Dec. 10, 1908; House 1945-59.

    LATTA, Delbert L.

    (R Ohio) March 5, 1920; House 1959- .

    LAUSCHE, Frank J.

    (D Ohio) Nov. 14, 1895; Senate 1957-69; Gov. 1945-47; 1949-57.

    LEA, Clarence F.

    (D Calif.) July 11, 1874-June 21, 1964; House 1917-49.

    LEAHY, Edward Laurence

    (D R.I.) Feb. 9, 1886-July 22, 1953; Senate 1949-50.

    LeCOMPTE, Karl M.

    (R Iowa) May 25, 1887; House 1939-59.

    LeFEVRE, Jay

    (R N.Y.) Sept. 6, 1893; House 1943-51.

    LEGGETT, Robert L.

    (D Calif.) July 26, 1926; House 1963- .

    LEHMAN, Herbert H.

    (D N.Y.) Feb. 28, 1878-Dec. 5, 1963; Senate 1949-57; Gov. 1933-42; Director General of the UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1943-46.

    LEMKE, William

    (R N.D.) Aug. 13, 1878-May 30, 1950; House 1933-50.

    LENNON, Alton

    (D N.C.) Aug 17, 1906; Senate July 10, 1953-Nov. 28, 1954; House 1957- .

    LESINSKI, John

    (D Mich.) Jan. 3, 1885-May 27, 1950; House 1933-50.

    LESINSKI, John Jr.

    (D Mich.) Dec. 28, 1914; House 1951-65.

    LEVERING, Robert W.

    (D Ohio) Oct. 3, 1914; House 1959-61.

    LEWIS, William

    (R Ky.) Sept. 22, 1868-Aug. 8, 1959; House April 24, 1948-Jan. 3, 1949.

    LIBONATI, Roland V.

    (D Ill.) Dec. 29, 1900; House 1957-65.

    LICHTENWALTER, Franklin H.

    (R Pa.) March 28, 1910; House 1947-51.

    LIND, James F.

    (D Pa.) Oct. 17, 1900; House 1949-53.

    LINDSAY, John V.

    (R N.Y.) Nov. 24, 1921; House 1959-65; Mayor of New York City 1966- .

    LINEHAN, Neil J.

    (D Ill.) Sept. 23, 1895; House 1949-51.

    LINK, William W.

    (D Ill.) Feb. 12, 1894-Sept. 23, 1950; House 1945-47.

    LIPSCOMB, Glenard P.

    (R Calif.) Aug. 19, 1915; House 1953- .

    LLOYD, Sherman P.

    (R Utah) Jan. 11, 1914; House 1963-65; 1967- .

    LODGE, Henry Cabot Jr.

    (R Mass.) July 5, 1902; Senate 1937-44; 1947-53; Representative to UN 1953-60; Vice Presidential nominee 1960; Ambassador to South Vietnam 1963-64; 1965-67; Ambassador to W. Germany 1968-69; Chief U.S. negotiator at Vietnam peace talks, Paris, 1969- .

    LODGE, John Davis

    (R Conn.) Oct. 20, 1903 (brother of Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.); House 1947-51; Gov. 1951-55; U.S. Ambassador to Spain 1955-61.

    LONG, Clarence D.

    (D Md.) Dec. 11, 1908; House 1963- .

    LONG, Edward V.

    (D Mo.) July 18, 1908; Senate 1960-69.

    LONG, George S.

    (D La.) Sept. 11, 1893-March 22, 1958; House 1953-58.

    LONG, Gillis W.

    (D La.) May 4, 1923; House 1963-65.

    LONG, Oren E.

    (D Hawaii) March 4, 1889-May 6, 1965; Senate 1959-63; Gov. 1951-53.

    LONG, Russell B.

    (D La.) Nov. 3, 1918; Senate Majority Whip 1965-69; Senate 1948- .

    LONG, Speedy O.

    (D La.) June 16, 1928; House 1965- .

    LOSER, J. Carlton

    (D Tenn.) Oct. 1, 1892; House 1957-63.

    LOVE, Francis J.

    (R W.Va.) Jan. 23, 1901; House 1947-49.

    LOVE, Rodney M.

    (D Ohio) July 18, 1908; House 1965-67.

    LOVRE, Harold O.

    (R S.D.) Jan. 30, 1904; House 1949-57.

    LOWENSTEIN, Allard K.

    (D N.Y.) Jan. 16, 1929; House 1969- .

    LUCAS, Scott W.

    (D Ill.) Feb. 19, 1892-Feb. 22, 1968; House 1935-39; Senate 1939-51.

    LUCAS, Wingate H.

    (D Texas) May 1, 1908; House 1947-55.

    LUCE, Mrs. Clare Boothe

    (R Conn.) April 10, 1903; House 1943-47; U.S. Ambassador to Italy 1953-57.

    LUDLOW, Louis L.

    (D Ind.) June 24, 1873-Nov. 28, 1950; House 1929-49.

    LUJAN, Manuel Jr.

    (R N.M.) May 12, 1928; House 1969- .

    LUKENS, Donald E.

    (R Ohio) Feb. 11, 1931; House 1967- .

    LUSK, Georgia L.

    (D N.M.) May 12, 1893; House 1947-49.

    LUSK, Hall S.

    (D Ore.) Sept. 21, 1883; Senate March 16, 1960-Nov. 8, 1960.

    LYLE, John E. Jr.

    (D Texas) Sept. 4, 1910; House 1945-55.

    LYNCH, Walter A.

    (D N.Y.) July 7, 1894-Sept. 10, 1957; House 1940-51.

    M
    MACDONALD, Torbert H.

    (D Mass.) June 6, 1917; House 1955- .

    MacGREGOR, Clark

    (R Minn.) July 12, 1922; House 1961- .

    MACHEN, Hervey G.

    (D Md.) Oct. 14, 1916; House 1965-69.

    MACHROWICZ, Thaddeus M.

    (D Mich.) Aug. 21, 1899; House 1951-61.

    MACK, Peter F. Jr.

    (D Ill.) Nov. 1, 1916; House 1949-63.

    MACK, Russell V.

    (R Wash.) June 13, 1891-March 28, 1960; House 1947-60.

    MACKAY, James A.

    (D Ga.) June 25, 1919; House 1965-67.

    MACKIE, John C.

    (D Mich.) June 1, 1920; House 1965-67.

    MacKINNON, George

    (R Minn.) April 22, 1906; House 1947-49.

    MACY, W. Kingsland

    (R N.Y.) Nov. 21, 1889-July 15, 1951; House 1947-51.

    MADDEN, Ray J.

    (D Ind.) Feb. 25, 1892; House 1943- .

    MAGEE, Clare

    (D Mo.) March 31, 1899; House 1949-53.

    MAGNUSON, Don

    (D Wash.) March 7, 1911; House 1953-63.

    MAGNUSON,Warren G.

    (D Wash.) April 12, 1905; House 1937-44; Senate 1944- .

    MAHON, George H.

    (D Texas) Sept. 22, 1900, House 1935- .

    MAILLIARD, William S.

    (R Calif.) June 10, 1917; House 1953- .

    MALONE, George W.

    (R Nev.) Aug. 7, 1890-May 19, 1961; Senate 1947-59.

    MALONEY, Francis T.

    (D Conn.) March 31, 1894-Jan. 16, 1945; House 1933-35; Senate 1935-45.

    MALONEY, Franklin J.

    (R Pa.) March 29, 1899-Sept. 15, 1958; House 1947-49.

    MALONEY, Paul H.

    (D La.) Feb. 14, 1876-March 26, 1967; House 1931-40; 1943-47.

    MANASCO, Carter

    (D Ala.) Jan. 3, 1902; House 1941-49.

    MANKIN, Helen Douglas

    (D Ga.) Sept. 11, 1896-July 25, 1956; House 1946-47.

    MANN, James R.

    (D S.C.) April 27, 1920; House 1969- .

    MANSFIELD, Joseph J.

    (D Texas) Feb. 9, 1861-July 12, 1947; House 1917-47.

    MANSFIELD, Mike

    (D Mont.) March 16, 1903; House 1943-53; Senate 1953- ; Senate Majority Whip 1957-61; Senate Majority Leader 1961- .

    MARCANTONIO, Vito

    (American Labor N.Y.) Dec. 10, 1902-Aug. 9, 1954; House 1935-37 (as a Republican); 1939-51.

    MARSALIS, John H.

    (D Colo.) April 9, 1904; House 1949-51.

    MARSH, John O. Jr.

    (D Va.) Aug. 7, 1926; House 1963- .

    MARSHALL, Fred

    (D Minn.) March 13, 1906; House 1949-63.

    MARTIN, Dave

    (R Neb.) July 9, 1907; House 1961- .

    MARTIN, Edward

    (R Pa.) Sept. 18, 1879-March 19, 1967; Senate 1947-59; Gov. 1943-46.

    MARTIN, James D.

    (R Ala.) Sept. 1, 1918; House 1965-67.

    MARTIN, Joseph W. Jr.

    (R Mass.) Nov. 3, 1884-March 6, 1968; House 1925-67; Minority Leader 1940-47; 1949-53; 1955-59; Speaker 1947-49; 1953-55.

    MARTIN, Pat Minor

    (R Calif.) Nov. 25, 1924-July 18, 1968; House 1963-65.

    MARTIN, Thomas E.

    (R Iowa) Jan. 18, 1893; House 1939-55; Senate 1955-61.

    MASON, Noah M.

    (R Ill.) July 19, 1882-March 28, 1965; House 1937-63.

    MATHEWS, Frank A. Jr.

    (R N.J.) Aug. 3, 1890-Feb. 5, 1964; House 1945-49.

    MATHIAS, Charles McC. Jr.

    (R Md.) July 24, 1922; House 1961- 69; Senate 1969- .

    MATHIAS, Robert B.

    (R Calif.) Nov. 17, 1930; House 1967- .

    MATSUNAGA, Spark M.

    (D Hawaii) Oct. 8, 1916; House 1963- .

    MATTHEWS, D. R.

    (Billy) (D Fla.) Oct. 3, 1907; House 1953-67.

    MAY, Andrew J.

    (D Ky.) June 24, 1875-Sept. 6, 1959; House 1931-47.

    MAY, Catherine

    (R Wash.) May 18, 1914; House 1959- .

    MAY, Edwin H. Jr.

    (R Conn.) May 28, 1924; House 1957-59.

    MAYBANK, Burnet R.

    (D S.C.) March 7, 1899-Sept. 1, 1954; Senate 1941-54; Gov. 1939-41.

    MAYNE, Wiley

    (R Iowa) Jan. 19, 1917; House 1967- .

    McCARRAN, Pat

    (D Nev.) Aug. 8, 1876-Sept. 28, 1954; Senate 1933-54.

    McCARTHY, Eugene J.

    (D Minn.) March 29, 1916; House 1949-59; Senate 1959- .

    McCARTHY, Joseph R.

    (R Wis.) Nov. 14, 1908-May 2, 1957; Senate 1947-57.

    McCARTHY, Richard D.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 24, 1927; House 1965- .

    McCLELLAN, John L.

    (D Ark.) Feb. 25, 1896; House 1935-39; Senate 1943- .

    McCLORY, Robert

    (R Ill.) Jan. 31, 1908; House 1963- .

    McCLOSKEY, Paul N. Jr.

    (R Calif.) Sept. 29, 1927; House 1967- .

    McCLURE, James A.

    (R Idaho) Dec. 27, 1924; House 1967- .

    McCONNELL, Samuel K. Jr.

    (R Pa.) April 6, 1901; House 1944-57.

    McCORMACK, John W.

    (D Mass.) Dec. 21, 1891; House 1928- ; Majority Leader 1940-47; 1949-53; 1955-62; Minority Whip 1947-49; 1953-55; Speaker 1962- .

    McCOWEN, Edward O.

    (R Ohio) June 29, 1877-Nov. 4, 1953; House 1943-49.

    McCULLOCH, William M.

    (R Ohio) Nov. 24, 1901; House 1947- .

    McDADE, Joseph M.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 29, 1931; House 1963- .

    McDONALD, Jack

    (R Mich.) June 28, 1932; House 1967- .

    McDONOUGH, Gordon L.

    (R Calif.) Jan. 2, 1895; House 1945-63.

    McDOWELL, Harris B. Jr.

    (D Del.) Feb. 10, 1906; House 1955-57; 1959-67.

    McDOWELL, John Ralph

    (R Pa.) Nov. 6, 1902-Dec. 11, 1957; House 1939-41; 1947-49.

    McEWEN, Robert C.

    (R N.Y.) Jan. 5, 1920; House 1965- .

    McFALL, John J.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 20, 1918; House 1957- .

    McFARLAND, Ernest W.

    (D Ariz.) Oct. 9, 1894; Senate 1941-53; Majority Leader 1951-53; Gov. 1955-59.

    McGARVEY, Robert N.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 14, 1888-June 28, 1952; House 1947-49.

    McGEE, Gale W.

    (D Wyo.) March 17, 1915; Senate 1959- .

    McGEHEE, Dan R.

    (D Miss.) Sept. 10, 1883-Feb. 9, 1962; House 1935-47.

    McGINLEY, Donald F.

    (D Neb.) June 30, 1920; House 1959-61.

    McGLINCHEY, Herbert J.

    (D Pa.) Nov. 7, 1904; House 1945-47.

    McGOVERN, George S.

    (DS.D.) July 19, 1922; House 1957-61; Director, Food-for-Peace Program 1961-62; Senate 1963- .

    McGRATH, Christopher C.

    (D N.Y.) May 15, 1902; House 1949-53.

    McGRATH, J. Howard

    (D R.I.) Nov. 28, 1903-Sept. 2, 1966; Senate 1947-49; Gov. 1941-45; Solicitor General 1945-46; Chairman Democratic National Committee 1947-49; Attorney General 1949-52.

    McGRATH, Thomas C.

    (D N.J.) April 22, 1927; House 1965-67.

    McGREGOR, J. Harry

    (R Ohio) Sept. 30, 1896-Oct. 7, 1958; House 1940-58.

    McGUIRE, John A.

    (D Conn.) Feb. 28, 1906; House 1949-53.

    McINTIRE, Clifford G.

    (R Maine) May 4, 1908; House 1952-65.

    McINTOSH, Robert J.

    (R Mich.) Sept. 16, 1922; House 1957-59.

    McINTYRE, Thomas J.

    (D N.H.) Feb. 20, 1915; Senate 1962- .

    McKELLAR, Kenneth D.

    (D. Tenn.) Jan. 29, 1869-Oct. 25, 1957; House 1911-1917; Senate 1917-53; President pro tempore 1945-47; 1949-53.

    McKENZIE, Charles E.

    (D La.) Oct. 3, 1896-June 7, 1956; House 1943-47.

    McKINNON, Clinton D.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 5, 1906; House 1949-53.

    McKNEALLY, Martin B.

    (R N.Y.) Dec. 31, 1914; House 1969- .

    McCLOSKEY, Robert T.

    (R Ill.) June 26, 1907; House 1963-65.

    McMAHON, Brien

    (D Conn.) Oct. 6, 1903-July 28, 1952; Senate 1945-52.

    McMAHON, Gregory

    (R N.Y.) March 19, 1915; House 1947-49.

    McMILLAN, John L.

    (D S.C.) April 12, 1898; House 1939- .

    McMILLEN, Rolla C.

    (R Ill.) Oct. 5, 1880-May 6, 1961; House 1943-51.

    McMULLEN, Chester B.

    (D Fla.) Dec. 6, 1902-Nov. 3, 1953; House 1951-53.

    McNAMARA, Pat

    (D Mich.) Oct. 4, 1894-April 30, 1966; Senate 1955-66.

    McSWEEN, Harold B.

    (D La.) July 19, 1926; House 1959-63.

    McSWEENEY, John

    (D Ohio) Dec. 19, 1890; House 1949-51.

    McVEY, Walter L.

    (R Kan.) Feb. 19, 1922; House 1961-63.

    McVEY, William E.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 13, 1885-Aug. 10, 1958; House 1951-58.

    McVICKER, Roy H.

    (D Colo.) Feb. 20, 1924; House 1965- .

    MEAD, James M.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 27, 1885-March 15, 1964; House 1919-38; Senate 1938-47; Member, Federal Trade Commission, 1949-55, Chairman 1950-53.

    MEADE, Hugh A.

    (D Md.) April 4, 1907; House 1947-49.

    MEADE, W. Howes

    (R Ky.) Jan. 18, 1912; House 1947-49.

    MEADER, George

    (R Mich.) Sept. 13, 1907; House 1951-65.

    MECHEM, Edwin L.

    (R N.M.) July 2, 1912; Gov. 1951-55; 57-59; 61-62; Senate 1962-65.

    MEEDS, Lloyd

    (D Wash.) Dec. 11, 1927; House 1965- .

    MERRILL, D. Bailey

    (R Ind.) Nov. 22, 1912; House 1953-55.

    MERROW, Chester E.

    (R N.H.) Nov. 15, 1906; House 1943-63.

    MESKILL, Thomas J.

    (R Conn.) Jan. 30, 1928; House 1967- .

    METCALF, Lee

    (D Mont.) Jan. 28, 1911; House 1953-61; Senate 1961- .

    MEYER, Herbert A.

    (R Kan.) Aug. 30, 1886-Oct. 2, 1950; House 1947-50.

    MEYER, William H.

    (D Vt.) Dec. 29, 1914; House 1959-61.

    MICHEL, Robert H.

    (R Ill.) March 2, 1923; House 1957- .

    MICHENER, Earl C.

    (R Mich.) Nov. 30, 1876-July 4, 1957; House 1919-33; 1935-51.

    MIKVA, Abner J.

    (D Ill.) Jan. 21, 1926; House 1969- .

    MILES, John E.

    (D N.M.) July 28, 1884; House 1949-51.

    MILLER, A. L.

    (R Neb.) June 24, 1892-April 10, 1967; House 1943-59.

    MILLER, Bert H.

    (D Idaho) Dec. 15, 1879-Oct. 8, 1949; Senate 1949.

    MILLER, Clarence E.

    (R Ohio) Nov. 1, 1917; House 1967- .

    MILLER, Clem

    (D Calif.) Oct. 28, 1961-Oct. 6, 1962; House 1959-62.

    MILLER, Edward T.

    (R Md.) Feb. 1, 1895-Jan. 20, 1968; House 1947-59.

    MILLER, George P.

    (D Calif.) Jan. 15, 1891; House 1945- .

    MILLER, Howard S.

    (D Kan.) Feb. 27, 1879; House 1953-55.

    MILLER, Jack

    (R Iowa) June 6, 1916; Senate 1961- .

    MILLER, Ward MacLaughlin

    (R Ohio- Nov. 29, 1902; House 1960-61.

    MILLER, William E.

    (R N.Y.) March 22, 1914; House 1951-65; Chairman, Republican National Committee 1961-64; Republican Vice Presidential candidate 1964.

    MILLER, William J.

    (R Conn.) March 12, 1899-Nov. 22, 1950; House 1939-41; 1943-45; 1947-49.

    MILLIKIN, Eugene D.

    (R Colo.) Feb. 12, 1891-July 26, 1958; Senate 1941-57.

    MILLIKEN, William H. Jr.

    (R Pa.) Oct. 19, 1897-July 4, 1969; House 1959-65.

    MILLS, Wilbur D.

    (D Ark.) May 24, 1909; House 1939- .

    MINISH, Joseph G.

    (D N.J.) Sept. 1, 1916; House 1963- .

    MINK, Patsy T.

    (D Hawaii) Dec. 6, 1927; House 1965- .

    MINSHALL, William E.

    (R Ohio) Oct. 24, 1911; House 1955- .

    MITCHELL, E. A.

    (R Ind.) Dec. 2, 1910; House 1947-49.

    MITCHELL, Ervin

    (D Ga.) Oct. 17, 1924; House 1958-61.

    MITCHELL, Hugh B.

    (D Wash.) March 22, 1907; Senate 1945-46; House 1949-53.

    MIZE, Chester L.

    (R Kan.) Dec. 25, 1917; House 1965- .

    MIZELL, Wilmer D.

    (R N.C.) Aug. 13, 1930; House 1969- .

    MOELLER, Walter H.

    (D Ohio) March 15, 1910; House 1959-63; 1965-67.

    MOLLOHAN, Robert H.

    (D W.Va.) Sept. 18, 1909; House 1953-57; 1969- .

    MONAGAN, John S.

    (D Conn.) March 26, 1906; House 1959- .

    MONDALE, Walter F.

    (D Minn.) Jan. 5, 1928; Senate 1965- .

    MONRONEY, A.S. Mike

    (D Okla.) March 2, 1902; House 1939-51; Senate 1951-69.

    MONTGOMERY, G. V.

    (D Miss.) Aug. 5, 1920; House 1967- .

    MONTOYA, Joseph M.

    (D N.M.) Sept. 24, 1915; House 1957-65; Senate 1965- .

    MOODY, Blair

    (D Mich.) Feb. 13, 1902-July 20, 1954; Senate April 23, 1951-Nov. 4, 1952.

    MOORE, Arch A. Jr.

    (R W.Va.) April 16, 1923; House 1957-69; Gov. 1969- .

    MOORE, E. H.

    (R Okla.) Nov. 19, 1871-Sept. 2, 1950; Senate 1943-49.

    MOOREHEAD, Tom V.

    (R Ohio) April 12, 1898; House 1961-63.

    MOORHEAD, William S.

    (D Pa.) April 8, 1923; House 1959- .

    MORANO, Albert P.

    (R Conn.) Jan. 18, 1908; House 1951-59.

    MORGAN, Thomas E.

    (D Pa.) Oct. 13, 1906; House 1945- .

    MORRIS, Thomas G.

    (D N.M.) Aug. 20, 1919; House 1959-69.

    MORRIS, Toby

    (D Okla.) Feb. 28, 1899; House 1957-61.

    MORRISON, James H.

    (D La.) Dec. 8, 1908; House 1943-67.

    MORSE, F. Bradford

    (R Mass.) Aug. 7, 1921; House 1961- .

    MORSE, Wayne

    (D Ore.) Oct. 20, 1900; Senate 1945-69. Republican 1945-Oct. 24, 1952; Independent Oct. 24, 1952-Feb. 17, 1955; Democrat Feb. 17, 1955-69.

    MORTON, Rogers C.B.

    (R Md.) Sept. 19, 1914; House 1963- ; Chairman, Republican National Committee 1969- .

    MORTON, Thruston B.

    (R Ky.) Aug. 19, 1907; House 1947-53; Senate 1957-68; Chairman, Republican National Committee 1959-61.

    MOSES, John

    (D N.D.) June 12, 1885-March 3, 1945; Senate Jan. 3, 1945-March 3, 1945; Gov. 1939-44.

    MOSHER, Charles A.

    (R Ohio) May 7, 1906; House 1961- .

    MOSS, Frank E.

    (D Utah) Sept. 23, 1911; Senate 1959- .

    MOSS, John E.

    (D Calif.) April 13, 1913; House 1953- .

    MOTT, James W.

    (R Ore.) Nov. 12, 1883-Nov. 12, 1945; House 1933-45.

    MOULDER, Morgan M.

    (D Mo.) Aug. 31, 1904; House 1949-63.

    MUHLENBERG, Frederick A.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 25, 1887; House 1947-49.

    MULTER, Abraham J.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 24, 1900; House 1947-68.

    MUMMA, Walter M.

    (R Pa.) Nov. 20, 1890-Nov. 25, 1961; House 1951-61.

    MUNDT, Karl E.

    (R S.D.) June 3, 1900; House 1939-48; Senate 1948- .

    MURDOCK, Abe

    (D Utah) July 8, 1893; House 1933-41; Senate 1941-47; Member, National Labor Relations Board 1947-57.

    MURDOCK, John R.

    (D Ariz.) April 20, 1885; House 1937-53.

    MURPHY, George

    (R Calif.) July 4, 1902; Senate 1965- .

    MURPHY, James J.

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 3, 1898-Oct. 19, 1962; House 1949-53.

    MURPHY, John M.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 3, 1926; House 1963- .

    MURPHY, John William

    (D Pa.) April 26, 1902; House 1943-46.

    MURPHY, Maurice J. Jr.

    (R N.H.) Oct. 3, 1927; Senate Dec. 7, 1961-62.

    MURPHY, William T.

    (D Ill.) Aug. 7, 1899; House 1959- .

    MURRAY, James C.

    (D Ill.) April 16, 1917; House 1955-57.

    MURRAY, James E.

    (D Mont.) May 3, 1876-March 23, 1961; Senate 1934-61.

    MURRAY, Reid F.

    (R Wis.) Oct. 16, 1887-April 29, 1952; House 1939-52.

    MURRAY, Tom

    (D Tenn.) Oct. 1, 1894; House 1943-66.

    MUSKIE, Edmund S.

    (D Maine) March 28, 1914; Senate 1959- ; Gov. 1955-59; Democratic Vice Presidential candidate 1968.

    MYERS, Francis J.

    (D Pa.) Dec. 18, 1901-July 5, 1956; House 1939-45; Senate 1945-51.

    MYERS, John T.

    (R Ind.) Feb. 8, 1927; House 1967- .

    N
    NATCHER, William H.

    (D Ky.) Sept. 11, 1909; House 1953- .

    NEAL, Will E.

    (R W.Va.) Oct. 14, 1875-Nov. 12, 1959; House 1953-55; 1957-59.

    NEDZI, Lucien N.

    (D Mich.) April 28, 1925; House Nov. 7, 1961- .

    NEELY, Matthew M.

    (D W.Va.) Nov. 9, 1874-Jan. 18, 1958; House 1913-21; 1945-47; Senate 1923-29; 1931-41; 1949-58; Gov. 1941-45.

    NELSEN, Ancher

    (R Minn.) Oct. 11, 1904; House 1959- .

    NELSON, Charles P.

    (R Maine) July 2, 1907-June 8, 1962; House 1949-57.

    NELSON, Gaylord A.

    (D Wis.) June 4, 1916; Gov. 1959-63; Senate 1963- .

    NEUBERGER, Maurine B.

    (D Ore.) Jan. 9, 1907 (widow of Richard L. Neuberger); Senate Nov. 9, 1960-67.

    NEUBERGER, Richard L.

    (D Ore.) Dec. 26, 1912-March 9, 1960; Senate 1955-60.

    NICHOLS, William

    (D Ala.) Oct. 16, 1918; House 1967-.

    NICHOLSON, Donald W.

    (R Mass.) July 11, 1888-Feb. 16, 1968; House 1947-59.

    NIMITZ, F. Jay

    (R Ind.) Dec. 1, 1915; House 1957-59.

    NIX, Robert N.C.

    (D Pa.) July 9, 1905; House 1958- .

    NIXON, Richard M.

    (R Calif.) Jan. 9, 1913; House 1947-50; Senate 1950-53; Vice President 1953-61; Republican nominee for President 1960; President 1969- .

    NODAR, Robert Jr.

    (R N.Y.) March 23, 1916; House 1947-49.

    NOLAND, James E.

    (D Ind.) April 22, 1920; House 1949-51.

    NORBLAD, Walter

    (R Ore.) Sept. 12, 1908-Sept. 20, 1964; House 1946-64.

    NORMAN, Fred

    (R Wash.) March 21, 1882-April 18, 1947; House 1943-45; 1947.

    NORRELL, Mrs. Catherine D.

    (D Ark.) March 30, 1901 (widow of W. F. Norrell); House April 25, 1961-63.

    NORRELL, W.F.

    (D Ark.) Aug. 29, 1896-Feb. 15, 1961; House 1939-61.

    NORTON, Mary T.

    (D N.J.) March 7, 1875-Aug. 2, 1959; House 1925-51.

    NYGAARD, Hjalmar C.

    (R N.D.) March 24, 1906-July 18, 1963. House 1961-63.

    O
    OAKMAN, Charles G.

    (R Mich.) Sept. 4, 1903; House 1953-55.

    O'BRIEN, George D.

    (D Mich.) Jan. 1, 1900-July 11, 1955; House 1937-39; 1941-47; 1949-55.

    O'BRIEN, Leo W.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 21, 1900; House 1952-66.

    O'BRIEN, Thomas J.

    (D Ill.) April 30, 1878-April 14, 1964; House 1933-37; 1943-64.

    O'CONNOR, Herbert R.

    (D Md.) Nov. 17, 1896-March 4, 1960; Senate 1947-53; Gov. 1939-46.

    O'CONNOR, James F.

    (D Mont.) May 7, 1878-Jan. 15, 1945; House 1937-45.

    O'DANIEL, W. Lee

    (D Texas) March 11, 1890; Senate 1941-1949; Gov. 1939-41.

    O'HARA, Barratt

    (D Ill.) April 28, 1882-Aug. 11, 1969; House 1949-51; 1953-69.

    O'HARA, James G.

    (D Mich.) Nov. 8, 1925; House 1959- .

    O'HARA, Joseph P.

    (R Minn.) Jan. 23, 1895; House 1941-59.

    O'KONSKI, Alvin E.

    (R Wis.) May 26, 1904; House 1943- .

    OLIVER, James C.

    (D Maine) Aug. 6, 1895; House 1937-43; 1959-61.

    OLSEN, Arnold

    (D Mont.) Dec. 17, 1961; House 1961- .

    OLSON, Alec G.

    (D Minn.) Sept. 11, 1930; House 1963-67.

    O'MAHONEY, Joseph C.

    (D Wyo.) Nov. 5, 1885-Dec. 1, 1962; Senate 1934-53; 1954-61.

    O'NEAL, Emmet

    (D Ky.) April 14, 1887-July 18, 1967; House 1935-47; Ambassador to the Philippines 1947-49.

    O'NEAL, Maston

    (D Ga.) July 19, 1907; House 1935-47.

    O'NEILL, Harry P.

    (D Pa.) Feb. 10, 1889-June 24, 1953; House 1949-53.

    O'NEILL, Thomas P. Jr.

    (D Mass.) Dec. 9, 1912; House 1953- .

    OSMERS, Frank C. Jr.

    (R N.J.) Dec. 30, 1907; House 1939-43; 1951-65.

    OSTERTAG, Harold C.

    (R N.Y.) June 22, 1896; House 1951-65.

    O'SULLIVAN, Eugene D.

    (D Neb.) May 31, 1883-Feb. 8, 1968; House 1949-51.

    O'TOOLE, Donald L.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 1, 1902-Sept. 13, 1964; House 1937-53.

    OTTINGER, Richard L.

    (D N.Y.) Jan. 27, 1929; House 1965- .

    OUTLAND, George E.

    (D Calif.) Oct. 8, 1906; House 1943-47.

    OVERTON, John H.

    (D La.) Sept. 17, 1875-May 14, 1948; House 1931-33; Senate 1933-48.

    OWENS, Thomas L.

    (R Ill.) Dec. 21, 1897-June 7, 1948; House 1947-48.

    P
    PACE, Stephen

    (D Ga.) March 9, 1891; House 1937-51.

    PACKWOOD, Robert W.

    (R Ore.) Sept. 11, 1932; Senate 1969- .

    PASSMAN, Otto E.

    (D La.) June 27, 1900; House 1947- .

    PASTORE, John O.

    (D R.I.) March 17, 1907; Senate 1950- ; Gov. 1945-50.

    PATMAN, Wright

    (D Texas) Aug. 6, 1893; House 1929- .

    PATRICK, Luther

    (D Ala.) Jan. 23, 1894-May 26, 1957; House 1937-43; 1945-47.

    PATTEN, Edward J.

    (D N.J.) Aug. 22, 1905; House 1963- .

    PATTEN, Harold A.

    (D Ariz.) Oct. 6, 1907; House 1949-55.

    PATTERSON, Ellis E.

    (D Calif.) Nov. 28, 1897; House 1945-47.

    PATTERSON, James T.

    (R Conn.) Oct. 20, 1908; House 1947-59.

    PAYNE, Frederick G.

    (R Maine) July 7, 1900; Senate 1953-59; Gov. 1949-53.

    PEARSON, James B.

    (R Kan.) May 7, 1920; Senate 1962- .

    PEDEN, Preston E.

    (D Okla.) June 28, 1914; House 1947-49.

    PELL, Claiborne

    (D R.I.) Nov. 22, 1918; Senate 1961- .

    PELLY, Thomas M.

    (R Wash.) Aug. 22, 1902; House 1953- .

    PEPPER, Claude

    (D Fla.) Sept. 8, 1900; Senate 1936-51; House 1963- .

    PERCY, Charles H.

    (R Ill.) Sept. 27, 1919; Senate 1967- .

    PERKINS, Carl D.

    (D Ky.) Oct. 15, 1912; House 1949- .

    PETERSON, Hugh

    (D Ga.) Aug. 21, 1898-Oct. 3, 1961; House 1935-47.

    PETERSON, J. Hardin

    (D Fla.) Feb. 11, 1894; House 1933-51.

    PETERSON, M. Blaine

    (D Utah) March 26, 1906; House 1961-63.

    PETTIS, Jerry L.

    (R Calif.) July 18, 1916; House 1967- .

    PFEIFER, Joseph Lawrence

    (D N.Y.) Feb. 6, 1892; House 1935-51.

    PFEIFFER, William L.

    (R N.Y.) May 29, 1907; House 1949-51.

    PFOST, Gracie

    (D Idaho) March 12, 1960-Aug. 11, 1965; House 1953-63.

    PHILBIN, Philip J.

    (D Mass.) May 29, 1898; House 1943- .

    PHILLIPS, Dayton E.

    (R Tenn.) March 29, 1910; House 1947-51.

    PHILLIPS, John

    (R Calif.) Sept. 11, 1887; House 1943-57.

    PICKETT, Tom

    (D Texas) Aug. 14, 1906; House 1945-52.

    PICKLE, J. J.

    (D Texas) Oct. 11, 1913; House 1963- .

    PIKE, Otis G.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 31, 1921; House 1961- .

    PILCHER, J.L.

    (D Ga.) Aug. 27, 1898; House 1953-65.

    PILLION, John R.

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 10, 1904; House 1953-65.

    PINERO, Jesus T.

    (Puerto Rico) April 16, 1897-Dec. 19, 1952; Resident Commissioner 1945-46; Gov. of Puerto Rico 1946-48.

    PIRNIE, Alexander

    (R N.Y.) April 16, 1903; House 1959- .

    PITTENGER, William A.

    (R Minn.) Dec. 29, 1885-Nov. 26, 1951; House 1929-33; 1935-37; 1939-47.

    PLOESER, Walter C.

    (R Mo.) Jan. 7, 1907; House 1941-49.

    PLUMLEY, Charles A.

    (R Vt.) April 14, 1875-Oct. 31, 1964; House 1934-51.

    POAGE, W.R.

    (D Texas) Dec. 28, 1899; House 1937- .

    PODELL, Bertram L.

    (D N.Y.) Dec. 27, 1925; House 1968- .

    POFF, Richard H.

    (R Va.) Oct. 19, 1923; House 1953- .

    POLANCO-ABREU, Santiago

    (Pop. Dem P.R.) Oct. 30, 1920; Resident Commissioner, House 1965-69.

    POLK, James G.

    (D Ohio) Oct. 6, 1896-April 28, 1959; House 1931-41; 1949-59.

    POLLOCK, Howard W.

    (R Alaska) April 11, 1920; House 1967- .

    POOL, Joe R.

    (D Texas) Feb. 18, 1911-July 14, 1968; House 1963-68.

    PORTER, Charles O.

    (D Ore.) April 4, 1919; House 1957-61.

    POTTER, Charles E.

    (R Mich.) Oct. 30, 1916; House 1947-52; Senate 1952-59.

    POTTS, David M.

    (R N.Y.) March 12, 1906; House 1947-49.

    POULSON, Norris

    (R Calif.) July 23, 1895; House 1943-45; 1947-53; Mayor of Los Angeles 1953-61.

    POWELL, Adam C.

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 29, 1908; House 1945- .

    POWERS, D. Lane

    (R N.J.) July 29, 1896; House 1943-45.

    PRATT, Eliza Jane

    (D N.C.) March 5, 1902; House 1946-47.

    PRESTON, Prince H. Jr.

    (D Ga.) July 5, 1908-Feb. 8, 1961; House 1947-61.

    PREYER, L. Richardson

    (D N.C.) Jan. 11, 1919; House 1969- .

    PRICE, Emory H.

    (D Fla.) Dec. 3, 1899; House 1943-49.

    PRICE, Melvin

    (D Ill.) Jan. 1, 1905; House 1945- .

    PRICE, Robert D.

    (R Texas) Sept. 7, 1927; House 1967- .

    PRIEST, J. Percy

    (D Tenn.) April 1, 1900-Oct. 12, 1956; House 1941-56.

    PROKOP, Stanley A.

    (D Pa.); House 1959-61.

    PROUTY, Winston L.

    (R Vt.) Sept. 1, 1906; House 1951-59; Senate 1959- .

    PROXMIRE, William

    (D Wis.) Nov. 11, 1915; Senate 1957- .

    PRYOR, David

    (D Ark.) Aug. 29, 1934; House 1966- .

    PUCINSKI, Roman C.

    (D Ill.) May 13, 1919; House 1959- .

    PURCELL, Graham

    (D Texas) May 15, 1919; House Jan. 29, 1962- .

    PURTELL, William A.

    (R Conn.) May 6, 1897; Senate 1952-59.

    Q
    QUIE, Albert H.

    (R Minn.) Sept. 18, 1923; House 1958- .

    QUIGLEY, James M.

    (D Pa.) March 30, 1918; House 1955-57; 1959-61; Assistant Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare for Federal and State matters 1961-66.

    QUILLEN, James H.

    (R Tenn.) Jan. 11, 1916; House 1963- .

    QUINN, Peter A.

    (D N.Y.) May 10, 1904; House 1945-47.

    QUINN, T. Vincent

    (D N.Y.) March 16, 1903; House 1949-51.

    R
    RABAUT, Louis C.

    (D Mich.) Dec. 5, 1886-Nov. 12, 1861; House 1935-47; 1949-61.

    RABIN, Benjamin J.

    (D N.Y.) June 3, 1896; House 1945-47.

    RACE, John A.

    (D Wis.) May 12, 1914; House 1965-67.

    RADCLIFFE, George L.

    (D Md.) Aug. 22, 1877; Senate 1935-47.

    RADWAN, Edmund P.

    (R N.Y.) Sept. 22, 1911-Sept. 7, 1959; House 1951-59.

    RAILSBACK, Tom

    (R Ill.) Jan. 22, 1932; House 1967- .

    RAINS, Albert

    (D Ala.) March 11, 1902; House 1945-65.

    RAMEY, Homer A.

    (R Ohio) March 2, 1891-April 13, 1960; House 1943-49.

    RAMSAY, Robert L.

    (D W.Va.) March 24, 1877-Nov. 14, 1956; House 1933-39; 1941-43; 1949-53.

    RAMSPECK, Robert

    (D Ga.) Sept. 5, 1890; House 1929-45; Majority Whip 1943-45.

    RANDALL, William J.

    (D Mo.) July 16, 1909; House 1959- .

    RANDOLPH, Jennings

    (D W.Va.) March 8, 1902; House 1933-47; Senate 1958- .

    RANKIN, John E.

    (D Miss.) March 29, 1882-Nov. 29, 1960; House 1921-53.

    RARICK, John R.

    (D La.) Jan. 29, 1924; House 1967- .

    RAY, John H.

    (R N.Y.) Sept. 27, 1886; House 1953-63.

    RAYBURN, Sam

    (D Texas) Jan. 6, 1882-Nov. 16, 1961; House 1913-61; Majority Leader 1937-40; Minority Leader 1947-49, 1953-55; Speaker 1940-47, 1949-53, 1955-61.

    RAYFIEL, Leo F.

    (D N.Y.) March 22, 1888; House 1945-47.

    REAMS, Frazier

    (Ind. Ohio) Jan. 15, 1897; House 1951-55.

    REDDEN, Monroe M.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 24, 1901; House 1947-53.

    REDLIN, Rolland

    (D N.D.) Feb. 29, 1920; House 1965- .

    REECE, B. Carroll

    (R Tenn.) Dec. 22, 1889-March 19, 1961; House 1921-31; 1935-47; 1951-61; Chairman, Republican National Committee 1946-48.

    REECE, Louise Goff

    (R Tenn.) Nov. 6, 1898 (widow of B. Carroll Reece); House 1961-63.

    REED, Chauncey W.

    (R Ill.) June 2, 1890-Feb. 9, 1956; House 1935-56.

    REED, Clyde M.

    (R Kan.) Oct. 19, 1871-Nov. 8, 1949; Senate 1939-49.

    REED, Daniel A.

    (R N.Y.) Sept. 15, 1875-Feb. 19, 1959; House 1919-59.

    REES, Edward H.

    (R Kan.) June 3, 1886; House 1937-61.

    REES, Thomas M.

    (D Calif.) March 26, 1925; House 1966- .

    REEVES, Albert L. Jr.

    (R Mo.) May 31, 1906; House 1947-49.

    REGAN, Kenneth

    (D Texas) March 6, 1893-Aug. 15, 1959; House 1947-55.

    REID, Charlotte T.

    (R Ill.) Sept. 27, 1913; House 1963- .

    REID, Ogden R.

    (R N.Y.) June 24, 1925; U.S. Ambassador to Israel 1959-61; House 1963- .

    REIFEL, Ben

    (R S.D.) Sept. 19, 1906; House 1961- .

    REINECKE, Edwin

    (R Calif.) Jan. 7, 1924; House 1965-69; Lt. Gov. 1969- .

    RESA, Alexander J.

    (D Ill.) Aug. 4, 1887; House 1945-47.

    RESNICK, Joseph Y.

    (D N.Y.) July 13, 1924; House 1965-69.

    REUSS, Henry S.

    (D Wis.) Feb. 22, 1912; House 1955- .

    REVERCOMB, Chapman

    (R W. Va.) July 20, 1895; Senate 1943-49; 1956-59.

    REYNOLDS, Sam W.

    (R Neb.) Aug. 11, 1890; Senate July 3, 1954-Nov. 7, 1954.

    RHODES, George M.

    (D Pa.) Feb. 24, 1898; House 1949-69.

    RHODES, John J.

    (R Ariz.) Sept. 18, 1916; House 1953- .

    RIBICOFF, Abraham A.

    (D Conn.) April 9, 1910; House 1949-53; Gov. 1955-61; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare 1961-62; Senate 1963- .

    RICH, Carl W.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 12, 1898; House 1963-65.

    RICH, Robert F.

    (R Pa.) June 23, 1883-April 28, 1968; House 1930-43; 1945-51.

    RICHARDS, James P.

    (D S.C.) Aug. 31, 1894; House 1933-57; Special Assistant to President Eisenhower 1957-58.

    RIEGLE, Donald W. Jr.

    (R Mich.) Feb. 4, 1938; House 1967- .

    RIEHLMAN, R. Walter

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 26, 1899; House 1947-65.

    RILEY, Corinne Boyd

    (D S.C.) July 4, 1894 (widow of John J. Riley); House 1962-63.

    RILEY, John J.

    (D S.C.) Feb. 1, 1895-Jan. 2, 1962; House 1945-49; 1951-62.

    RIVERS, L. Mendel

    (D S.C.) Sept. 28, 1905; House 1941- .

    RIVERS, Ralph J.

    (D Alaska) May 23, 1903; House 1959-67; Territorial Delegate 1957-59.

    RIZLEY, Ross

    (R Okla.) July 5, 1892-March 4, 1969; House 1941-49.

    ROBERTS, Kenneth A.

    (D Ala.) Nov. 1, 1912; House 1951-65.

    ROBERTS, Ray

    (D Texas) March 28, 1913; House 1962- .

    ROBERTSON, A. Willis

    (D Va.) May 27, 1887; House 1933-46; Senate 1946-66.

    ROBERTSON, Charles R.

    (R N.D.) Sept. 5, 1889-Feb. 18, 1951; House 1941-43; 1945-49.

    ROBERTSON, Edward V.

    (R Wyo.) May 27, 1881-April 16, 1963; Senate 1943-49.

    ROBESON, Edward J. Jr.

    (D Va.) July 9, 1890-March 10, 1966; House 1950-59.

    ROBINSON, J. W.

    (D Utah) Jan. 19, 1878-Dec. 2, 1964; House 1933-47.

    ROBISON, Howard W.

    (R N.Y.) Oct. 30, 1915; House 1958- .

    ROBSION, John M.

    (R Ky.) Jan. 2, 1873-Feb. 17, 1948; House 1919-30; 1935-48; Senate Jan. 11, 1930-Nov. 30, 1930.

    ROBSION, John M. Jr.

    (R Ky.) Aug. 28, 1904; House 1953-59.

    ROCKWELL, Robert F.

    (R Colo.) Feb. 11, 1886-Sept. 29, 1950; House 1941-49.

    RODGERS, Robert Lewis

    (R Pa.) June 2, 1875-May 9, 1960; House 1939-47.

    RODINO, Peter W. Jr.

    (D N.J.) June 7, 1909; House 1949- .

    ROE, Dudley G.

    (D Md.) March 23, 1881; House 1945-47.

    ROE, James A.

    (D N.Y.) July 9, 1896-April 22, 1967; House 1945-47.

    ROGERS, Byron G.

    (D Colo.) Aug. 1, 1900; House 1951- .

    ROGERS, Dwight L.

    (D Fla.) Aug. 17, 1886-Dec. 1, 1954; House 1945-54.

    ROGERS, Edith Nourse

    (R Mass.) 1881-Sept. 10, 1960; House 1925-60.

    ROGERS, George F.

    (D N.Y.) March 19, 1887-Nov. 20, 1948; House 1945-47.

    ROGERS, Paul G.

    (D Fla.) June 4, 1921 (son of Dwight L. Rogers); House 1955- .

    ROGERS, Walter

    (D Texas) July 19, 1908; House 1951-67.

    ROHRBOUGH, Edward G.

    (R W. Va.) 1874-Dec. 12, 1956; House 1943-45; 1947-49.

    ROMULO, Carlos P.

    (Philippines) Jan. 14, 1901; Resident Commissioner to the U.S. 1944-46; Philippine delegate to UN 1946; Philippine Ambassador to U.S. 1952-53; 1955-62.

    RONAN, Daniel J.

    (D Ill.) July 13, 1914-Aug. 13, 1969; House 1965-69.

    RONCALIO, Teno

    (D Wyo.) March 23, 1916; House 1965-67.

    ROONEY, Fred B.

    (D Pa.) Nov. 6, 1925; House 1963- .

    ROONEY, John J.

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 29, 1903; House 1944- .

    ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. Jr.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 17, 1914; House 1949-55. Under Secretary of Commerce 1963-65; Chairman, Equal Employment Opportunities Commission 1965-66.

    ROOSEVELT, James

    (D Calif.) Dec. 23, 1907; House 1955-65; U.S. Rep. to UN Economic and Social Council 1965-67.

    ROSENTHAL, Benjamin S.

    (D N.Y.) June 8, 1923; House 1962- .

    ROSS, Robert Tripp

    (R N.Y.) June 4, 1903; House 1947-49; 1952-53.

    ROSTENKOWSKI, Dan

    (D Ill.) Jan. 2, 1928; House 1959- .

    ROTH, William V. Jr.

    (R Del.) July 22, 1921; House 1967- .

    ROUDEBUSH, Richard L.

    (R Ind.) Jan. 18, 1918; House 1961- .

    ROUSH, J. Edward

    (D Ind.) Sept. 12, 1920; House 1959-69.

    ROUSSELOT, John H.

    (R Calif.) Nov. 1, 1927; House 1961-63.

    ROWAN, William A.

    (D Ill.) Nov. 24, 1882-June 31, 1961, House 1943-47.

    ROYBAL, Edward R.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 10, 1916; House 1963- .

    RUMSFELD, Donald

    (R Ill.) July 9, 1932; House 1963-69. Director, Office of Economic Opportunity 1969- .

    RUPPE, Philip E.

    (R Mich.) Sept. 29, 1926; House 1967- .

    RUSSELL, Charles H.

    (R Nev.) Dec. 27, 1903; House 1947-49; Gov. 1951-59.

    RUSSELL, Donald S.

    (D S.C.) Feb. 22, 1906; Senate 1965-66; Gov. 1963-65.

    RUSSELL, Richard B.

    (D Ga.) Nov. 2, 1897; Senate 1933- ; Gov. 1931-33.

    RUSSELL, Sam M.

    (D Texas) Aug. 9, 1889; House 1941-47.

    RUTH, Earl B.

    (R N.C.) Feb. 7, 1916; House 1969- .

    RUTHERFORD, J. T.

    (D Texas) May 30, 1920; House 1955-63.

    RYAN, Harold M.

    (D Mich.) Feb. 6, 1911; House 1962-65.

    RYAN, William F.

    (D N.Y.) June 28, 1922; House 1961- .

    RYTER, Joseph F.

    (D Conn.) Feb. 4, 1914; House 1945-47.

    S
    SABATH, Adolph J.

    (D Ill.) April 4, 1866-Nov. 6, 1952; House 1907-52.

    SADLAK, Antoni N.

    (R Conn.) June 13, 1908; House 1947-59.

    SADOWSKI, George G.

    (D Mich.) March 12, 1903-Oct. 9, 1961; House 1933-39; 1943-51.

    ST. GEORGE, Katharine

    (R N.Y.) July 12, 1896; House 1947-65.

    ST. GERMAIN, Fernand J.

    (D R.I.) Jan. 9, 1928; House 1961- .

    ST. ONGE, William L.

    (D Conn.) Oct. 9, 1914; House 1963- .

    SALTONSTALL, Leverett

    (R Mass.) Sept. 1, 1892; Senate 1945-67; Gov. 1939-44.

    SANBORN, John

    (R Idaho) Sept. 28, 1885-May 16, 1968; House 1947-51.

    SANDMAN, Charles W. Jr.

    (R N.J.) Oct. 23, 1921; House 1967- .

    SANTANGELO, Alfred F.

    (D N.Y.) June 4, 1912; House 1957-63.

    SARBACHER, George W. Jr.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 30, 1919; House 1947-49.

    SASSCER, Lansdale G.

    (D Md.) Sept. 30, 1893-Nov. 6, 1964; House 1939-53.

    SATTERFIELD, David E. Jr.

    (D Va.) Sept. 11, 1894-Dec. 27, 1946; House 1937-45.

    SATTERFIELD, David E. III

    (D Va.) (son of David E. Satterfield, Jr.) Dec. 2, 1920; House 1965- .

    SAUND, D.S.

    (D Calif.) Sept. 20, 1899; House 1957-63.

    SAVAGE, Charles R.

    (D Wash.) April 12, 1906; House 1945-47.

    SAXBE, William B.

    (R Ohio) June 24, 1916; Senate 1969- .

    SAYLOR, John P.

    (R Pa.) July 23, 1908; House 1949- .

    SCHADEBERG, Henry C.

    (R Wis.) Oct. 12, 1913; House 1961-65; 1967- .

    SCHENCK, Paul F.

    (R Ohio) April 19, 1899-Nov. 30, 1968; House 1951-65.

    SCHERER, Gordon H.

    (R Ohio) Dec. 26, 1906; House 1953-63.

    SCHERLE, William J.

    (R Iowa) March 14, 1923; House 1967- .

    SCHEUER, James H.

    (D N.Y.) Feb. 6, 1920; House 1965- .

    SCHISLER, Gale

    (D Ill.) March 2, 1933; House 1965-67.

    SCHMIDHAUSER, John R.

    (D Iowa) Jan. 3, 1922; House 1965-57.

    SCHNEEBELI, Herman T.

    (R Pa.) July 7, 1907; House 1960- .

    SCHOEPPEL, Andrew F.

    (R Kan.) Nov. 23, 1894-Jan. 21, 1962; Senate 1949-62; Gov. 1943-47.

    SCHWABE, George B.

    (R Okla.) July 26, 1886-April 2, 1952; House 1945-49; 1951-52.

    SCHWABE, Max

    (R Mo.) Dec. 6, 1905; House 1943-49.

    SCHWEIKER, Richard S.

    (R Pa.) June 1, 1926; House 1961-69; Senate 1969- .

    SCHWENGEL, Fred

    (R Iowa) May 28, 1907; House 1955-65; 1967- .

    SCOBLICK, James Paul

    (R Pa.) May 10, 1909; House 1946-1949.

    SCOTT, Hardie

    (R Pa.) June 7, 1907; House 1947-53.

    SCOTT, Hugh

    (R Pa.) Nov. 11, 1900; House 1941-45; 1947-49; Senate 1949- ; Chairman of Republican National Committee 1948-49.

    SCOTT, Ralph J.

    (D N.C.) Oct. 15, 1905; House 1957-67.

    SCOTT, W. Kerr

    (D N.C.) April 17, 1896-April 16, 1958; Senate 1954-58.

    SCOTT, William L.

    (R Va.) July 1, 1915; House 1967- .

    SCRANTON, William W.

    (R Pa.) July 19, 1917; House 1961-63, Gov. 1963-67.

    SCRIVNER, Errett P.

    (R Kan.) March 20, 1898; House 1943-59.

    SCRUGHAM, James G.

    (D Nev.) Jan. 19, 1880-June 23, 1945; House 1933-42; Senate 1942-45; Gov. 1923-27.

    SCUDDER, Hubert B.

    (R Calif.) Nov. 5, 1888-July 4, 1968; House 1949-59.

    SEATON, Frederick A.

    (R Neb.) Dec. 11, 1909; Senate Dec. 10, 1951-Nov. 4, 1952; Asst. Secretary of Defense 1953-55; Administrative Asst. to President Eisenhower 1955; Secretary of Interior 1956-61.

    SEBELIUS, Keith G.

    (R Kan.) Sept. 10, 1916; House 1969- .

    SECREST, Robert T.

    (D Ohio) Jan. 22, 1904; House 1949-54; 1963-66.

    SEELY-BROWN, Horace Jr.

    (R Conn.) May 12, 1908; House 1947-49; 1951-59; 1961-63.

    SELDEN, Armistead I. Jr.

    (D Ala.) Feb. 20, 1921; house 1953-69.

    SENNER, George F. Jr.

    (D Ariz.) Nov. 24, 1921; House 1963-67.

    SHAFER, Paul W.

    (R Mich.) April 27, 1893-Aug. 17, 1954; House 1937-54.

    SHARP, Edgar A.

    (R N.Y.) June 3, 1876-Nov. 27, 1948; House 1945-47.

    SHEEHAN, Timothy P.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 21, 1909; House 1951-59.

    SHELLEY, John F.

    (D Calif.) Sept. 3, 1905; House 1949-64; Mayor of San Francisco 1964-68.

    SHEPPARD, Harry R.

    (D Calif.) Jan. 10, 1885-April 28, 1969; House 1937-65.

    SHERIDAN, John Edward

    (D Pa.) Sept. 15, 1902; House 1939-47.

    SHIPLEY, George E.

    (D Ill.) April 21, 1927; House 1959- .

    SHIPSTEAD, Henrik

    (R Minn.) Jan. 8, 1881-June 26, 1960; Senate 1923-47.

    SHORT, Dewey

    (R Mo.) April 7, 1898; House 1929-31; 1935-57; Asst. Secretary of the Army 1957-61.

    SHORT, Don L.

    (R N.D.) June 22, 1903; House 1959-65.

    SHRIVER, Garner E.

    (R Kan.) July 6, 1912; House 1961- .

    SHUFORD, George A.

    (D N.C.) Sept. 5, 1895-Dec. 8, 1962; House 1953-59.

    SIBAL, Abner W.

    (R Conn.) April 11, 1921; House 1961-65.

    SICKLES, Carlton R.

    (D Md.) June 15, 1921; House 1963-67.

    SIEMINSKI, Alfred D.

    (D N.J.) Aug. 23, 1911; House 1951-59.

    SIKES, Robert L. F.

    (D Fla.) June 3, 1906; House 1941- .

    SILER, Eugene

    (R Ky.) June 26, 1900; House 1955-65.

    SIMPSON, Edna Oakes

    (R Ill.) Oct. 26, 1891 (widow of Sid Simpson); House 1959-61

    SIMPSON, Milward L.

    (R Wyo.) Nov. 12, 1897; Gov. 1955-59; Senate 1962-67.

    SIMPSON, Richard M.

    (R Pa.) Aug. 30, 1900-Jan. 7, 1960; House 1937-60.

    SIMPSON, Sid

    (R Ill.) Sept. 20, 1894-Oct. 26, 1958; House 1943-58.

    SIMS, Hugo S. Jr.

    (D S.C.) Oct. 14, 1921; House 1949-51.

    SISK, B. F.

    (D Calif.) Dec. 14, 1910; House 1955- .

    SITTLER, Edward L. Jr.

    (R Pa.) April 21, 1908; House 1951-53.

    SKUBITZ, Joe

    (R Kan.) May 6, 1906; House 1963- .

    SLACK, John M. Jr.

    (D W. Va.) March 18, 1915; House 1959- .

    SLAUGHTER, Roger C.

    (D Mo.) July 17, 1905; House 1943-47.

    SMALL, Frank Jr.

    (R Md.) July 15, 1896; House 1953-55.

    SMATHERS, George A.

    (D Fla.) Nov. 14, 1913; House 1947-51; Senate 1951-69.

    SMITH, Benjamin A. II

    (D Mass.) March 26, 1916; Senate Dec. 27, 1960-62.

    SMITH, Frank E.

    (D Miss.) Feb. 21, 1918; House 1951-63.

    SMITH, Frederick C.

    (R Ohio) July 29, 1884-July 16, 1956; House 1939-51.

    SMITH, H. Alexander

    (R N.J.) Jan. 30, 1880-Oct. 27, 1966; (uncle of Peter H. Dominick); Senate Dec. 7, 1944-59; Spec. Consultant to the Secretary of State 1959-60.

    SMITH, H. Allen

    (R Calif.) Oct. 8, 1909; House 1957- .

    SMITH, Henry P. III

    (R N.Y.) Sept. 29, 1911; House 1965- .

    SMITH, Howard W.

    (D Va.) Feb. 2, 1883; House 1931-67.

    SMITH, James V.

    (R Okla.) July 23, 1926; House 1967-69.

    SMITH, Lawrence H.

    (R Wis.) Sept. 15, 1892-Jan. 22, 1958; House 1941-58.

    SMITH, Margaret Chase

    (R Maine) Dec. 14, 1897; House June 3, 1940-49; Senate 1949- .

    SMITH, Neal

    (D Iowa) March 23, 1920; House 1959- .

    SMITH, Willis

    (D N.C.) Dec. 19, 1887-June 26, 1953; Senate Nov. 27, 1950-53.

    SMITH, Wint

    (R Kan.) Oct. 7, 1893; House 1947-61.

    SNYDER, John Buell

    (D Pa.) July 30, 1877-Feb. 24, 1946; House 1933-46.

    SNYDER, Mervin C.

    (R W.Va.) Oct. 29, 1898; House 1947-49.

    SNYDER, M.G.

    (R Ky.) Jan. 26, 1928; House 1963-65; 1967- .

    SOMERS, Andrew L.

    (D N.Y.) March 21, 1895-April 6, 1949; House 1925-49.

    SPARKMAN, John J.

    (D Ala.) Dec. 20, 1899; House 1937-46; Senate 1946- ; Vice Presidential candidate 1952.

    SPENCE, Brent

    (D Ky.) Dec. 24, 1874-Sept. 19, 1967; House 1931-63.

    SPONG, William B.

    (D Va.) Sept. 29, 1920; Senate 1966- .

    SPRINGER, Raymond S.

    (R Ind.) April 26, 1882-Aug. 28, 1947; House 1939-47.

    SPRINGER, William L.

    (R Ill.) April 12, 1909; House 1951- .

    STAEBLER, Neil

    (D Mich.) July 11, 1905; House 1963-65.

    STAFFORD, Robert T.

    (R Vt.) Aug. 8, 1913; House 1961- ; Gov. 1959-61.

    STAGGERS, Harley O.

    (D W.Va.) Aug. 3, 1907; House 1949- .

    STALBAUM, Lynn E.

    (D Wis.) May 15, 1920; House 1965-67.

    STANFILL, William A.

    (R Ky.) Jan. 16, 1892; Senate 1945-46.

    STANLEY, Thomas B.

    (D Va.) July 16, 1890; House Nov. 5, 1946-Feb. 3, 1953; Gov. 1954-58.

    STANTON, J. William

    (R Ohio) Feb. 20, 1924; House 1965- .

    STARKEY, Frank T.

    (D Minn.) Feb. 18, 1892; House 1945-47.

    STAUFFER, S. Walter

    (R Pa.) Aug. 13, 1888; House 1953-55; 1957-59.

    STEED, Tom

    (D Okla.) March 2, 1904; House 1949- .

    STEFAN, Karl

    (R Neb.) March 1, 1884-Oct. 2, 1951; House 1935-51.

    STEIGER, Sam

    (R Ariz.) March 10, 1929; House 1967- .

    STEIGER, William A.

    (R Wis.) May 15, 1938; House 1967- .

    STENNIS, John C.

    (D Miss.) Aug. 3, 1901; Senate 1947- .

    STEPHENS, Robert G. Jr.

    (D Ga.) Aug. 14, 1913; House 1961- .

    STEVENS, Theodore F.

    (R Alaska) Nov. 18, 1923; Senate 1968- .

    STEVENSON, William Henry

    (R Wis.) Sept. 23, 1891; House 1941-49.

    STEWART, A. Tom

    (D Tenn.) Jan. 11, 1892; Senate 1939-49.

    STEWART, Paul

    (D Okla.) Feb. 27, 1892-Nov. 13, 1950; House 1943-47.

    STIGLER, William G.

    (D Okla.) July 7, 1891-Aug. 21, 1952; House 1944-52.

    STINSON, K. William

    (R Wash.) April 20, 1930; House 1963-65.

    STOCKMAN, Lowell

    (R Ore.) April 12, 1901-Aug. 9, 1962; House 1943-53.

    STOKES, Louis

    (D Ohio) Feb. 23, 1925; House 1969- .

    STRATTON, Samuel S.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 27, 1916; House 1959- .

    STRATTON, William G.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 26, 1914; House 1941-43; 1947-49; Gov. 1953-61.

    STRINGFELLOW, Douglas R.

    (R Utah) Sept. 24, 1922-Oct. 19, 1966; House 1953-55.

    STUBBLEFIELD, Frank A.

    (D Ky.) April 5, 1907; House 1959- .

    STUCKEY, W. S. Jr.

    (D Ga.) May 25, 1935; House 1967- .

    SULLIVAN, John B.

    (D Mo.) Oct. 10, 1897-Jan. 29, 1951; House 1941-43; 1945-47; 1949-51.

    SULLIVAN, Mrs. Leonor K.

    (D Mo.) Aug. 21, 1903 (widow of John B. Sullivan; House 1953- .

    SUMNER, Miss Jessie

    (R Ill.) Aug. 17, 1898; House 1939-47.

    SUMNERS, Hatton W.

    (D Texas) April 30, 1875-April 19, 1962; House 1913-47.

    SUNDSTROM, Frank L.

    (R N.J.) Jan. 5, 1901; House 1943-49.

    SUTTON, Pat

    (D Tenn.) Oct. 31, 1915; House 1949-55.

    SWEENEY, Robert E.

    (D Ohio) Nov. 4, 1924; House 1965-67.

    SWIFT, George R.

    (D Ala.) Dec. 19, 1887; Senate June 15, 1946-Nov. 5, 1946.

    SYMINGTON, James W.

    (D Mo.) Sept. 28, 1927; (son of Stuart Symington); House 1969- .

    SYMINGTON, Stuart

    (D Mo.) June 26, 1901; Senate 1953- ; Secretary of the Air Force 1947-50.

    T
    TABER, John

    (R N.Y.) May 5, 1880-Nov. 22, 1965; House 1923-63.

    TACKETT, Boyd

    (D Ark.) May 9, 1911; house 1949-53.

    TAFT, Kingsley A.

    (R Ohio) July 19, 1903; Senate 1946-47.

    TAFT, Robert A.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 8, 1889-July 31, 1953; Senate 1939-53; Majority Leader 1953.

    TAFT, Robert Jr.

    (R Ohio) Feb. 26, 1917 (son of Robert A. Taft); House 1963-65; 1967- .

    TALBOT, Joseph E.

    (R Conn.) March 18, 1901-April 30, 1966; House 1942-47.

    TALCOTT, Burt L.

    (R Calif.) Feb. 22, 1902; House 1963- .

    TALLE, Henry O.

    (R Iowa) Jan. 12, 1892-March 14, 1969; House 1939-59.

    TALMADGE, Herman E.

    (D Ga.) Aug. 9, 1913; Senate 1957- ; Gov. 1948-55.

    TARVER, Malcolm C.

    (D Ga.) Sept. 25, 1885-March 5, 1960; House 1927-47.

    TAURIELLO, Anthony F.

    (D N.Y.) Aug. 14, 1899; House 1949-51.

    TAYLOR, Dean P.

    (R N.Y.) Jan. 1, 1902; House 1943-61.

    TAYLOR, Glen H.

    (D Idaho) April 12, 1904; Senate 1945-51; Vice Presidential candidate on Progressive party ticket 1948.

    TAYLOR, Roy A.

    (D N.C.) Jan. 31, 1910; House 1960- .

    TEAGUE, Charles M.

    (R Calif.) Sept. 18, 1909; House 1955- .

    TEAGUE, Olin E.

    (D Texas) April 6, 1910; House 1946- .

    TELLER, Ludwig

    (D N.Y.) June 22, 1911-Oct. 4, 1965; House 1957-61.

    TENZER, Herbert

    (D N.Y.) Nov. 1, 1905; House 1965-69.

    TEWES, Donald E.

    (R Wis.) July 4, 1916; House 1957-59.

    THOM, William R.

    (D Ohio) July 7, 1885-July 28, 1960; House 1933-39; 1941-43; 1945-47.

    THOMAS, Albert

    (D Texas) April 12, 1898-Feb. 15, 1966; House 1937-66.

    THOMAS, Elbert D.

    (D Utah) June 17, 1883-Oct. 24, 1904; Senate 1933-51.

    THOMAS, Elmer

    (D Okla.) Sept. 8, 1876; House 1923-27; Senate 1927-51.

    THOMAS, J. Parnell

    (R N.J.) Jan. 16, 1895; House 1937-50.

    THOMAS, John

    (R Idaho) Jan. 4, 1874-Nov. 10, 1945; Senate 1928-33; 1940-45.

    THOMAS, Lera M.

    (D Texas) April 4, 1898 (widow of Albert Thomas); House 1966-67.

    THOMASON, R. Ewing

    (D Texas) May 30, 1879; House 1931-47.

    THOMPSON, Clark W.

    (D Texas) Aug. 6, 1896; House 1933-35; 1947-66.

    THOMPSON, Fletcher

    (R Ga.) Feb. 5, 1925; House 1967- .

    THOMPSON, Frank Jr.

    (D N.J.) July 26, 1918; House 1955- .

    THOMPSON, Ruth

    (R Mich.) Sept. 15, 1887; House 1951-57.

    THOMPSON, T. Ashton

    (D La.) March 31, 1916-July 1, 1965; House 1953-65.

    THOMSON, E. Keith

    (R Wyo.) Feb. 8, 1919-Dec. 9, 1960; House 1955-60.

    THOMSON, Vernon W.

    (R Wis.) Nov. 5, 1905; House 1961- ; Gov. 1957-58.

    THORNBERRY, Homer

    (D Texas) Jan. 9, 1909; House 1949-63; U.S. District Judge, Fifth Circuit 1963- .

    THURMOND, Strom

    (R S.C.) Dec. 5, 1902; Senate 1954-56; 1956- ; Gov. 1947-51; Presidential Candidate on States Right ticket, 1948; Democrat 1954-64; Republican Sept. 13, 1964- .

    THYE, Edward J.

    (R Minn.) April 26, 1896; Senate 1947-59; Gov. 1943-47.

    TIBBOTT, Harve

    (R Pa.) April 27, 1885; House 1939-49.

    TIERNAN, Robert O.

    (D R.I.) Feb. 24, 1929; House 1967- .

    TOBEY, Charles W.

    (R N.H.) July 22, 1880-July 24, 1953; House 1933-39; Senate 1939-53.

    TODD, Paul H. Jr.

    (D Mich.) Sept. 22, 1921; House 1965-67.

    TOLAN, John H.

    (D Calif.) Jan. 15, 1877-July 30, 1947; House 935-47.

    TOLL, Herman

    (D Pa.) March 15, 1907-July 26, 1967; House 1959-66.

    TOLLEFSON, Thor C.

    (R Wash.) May 2, 1901; House 1947-65.

    TORRENS, James H.

    (D N.Y.) Sept. 12, 1874-April 5, 1952; House 1944-47.

    TOWE, Harry L.

    (R N.J.) Nov. 3, 1898; House 1943-51.

    TOWER, John G.

    (R Texas) Sept. 29, 1925; Senate 1961- .

    TRAYNOR, Philip A.

    (D Del.) May 31, 1874; House 1941-43; 1945-47.

    TRIMBLE, James W.

    (D Ark.) Feb. 3, 1894; House 1945- .

    TRUMAN, Harry S.

    (D Mo.) May 8, 1884; Senate 1935-45; Vice President Jan. 20, 1945-April 12, 1945; President 1945-53.

    TUCK, William M.

    (D Va.) Sept. 28, 1896; House 1953-69; Gov. 1946-50.

    TUMULTY, T. James

    (D N.J.) March 2, 1913; House 1955-57.

    TUNNELL, James M.

    (D Del.) Aug. 2, 1879-Nov. 14, 1957; Senate 1941-47.

    TUNNEY, John V.

    (D Calif.) June 26, 1934; House 1965- .

    TUPPER, Stanley R.

    (R Maine) Jan. 25, 1921; House 1961-67.

    TUTEN, J. Russell

    (D Ga.) July 23, 1911-Aug. 16, 1968; House 1963-67.

    TWYMAN, Robert J.

    (R Ill.) June 18, 1897; House 1947-49.

    TYDINGS, Joseph D.

    (D Md.) May 4, 1928 (son of Millard E. Tydings); Senate 1965- .

    TYDINGS, Millard E.

    (D Md.) April 6, 1890-Feb. 9, 1961; House 1923-27; Senate 1927-51.

    U
    UDALL, Morris K.

    (D Ariz.) June 15, 1922 (brother of Stewart L. Udall); House 1961- .

    UDALL, Stewart L.

    (D Ariz.) Jan. 31, 1920; House 1955-61; Secretary of Interior 1961-69.

    ULLMAN, Al

    (D Ore.) March 9, 1914; House 1957- .

    UMSTEAD, William B.

    (D N.C.) May 13, 1895-Nov. 7, 1954; House 1933-39; Senate 1946-48; Gov. 1953-54.

    UNDERWOOD, Thomas R.

    (D Ky.) March 3, 1898-June 29, 1956; House 1949-51; Senate 1951-52.

    UPTON, Robert W.

    (R N.H.) Feb. 3, 1884; Senate Aug. 14, 1953-Nov. 7, 1954.

    UTT, James B.

    (R Calif.) March 11, 1899; House 1953- .

    V
    VAIL, Richard B.

    (R Ill.) Aug. 31, 1895-July 29, 1955; House 1947-49; 1951-53.

    VAN DEERLIN, Lionel

    (D Calif.) July 25, 1914; House 1963- .

    VANDENBERG, Arthur H.

    (R Mich.) March 22, 1889-April 18, 1951; Senate 1928-51; President pro tempore 1947-49.

    VANDER JAGT, Guy.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 26, 1931; House 1966- .

    VANIK, Charles A.

    (D Ohio) April 7, 1913; House 1955- .

    VAN PELT, William K.

    (R Wis.) March 10, 1905; House 1951-65.

    VAN ZANDT, James E.

    (R Pa.) Dec. 18, 1898; House 1939-43; 1947-63.

    VAUGHN, Albert C.

    (R Pa.) Oct. 9, 1894-Sept. 1, 1951; House 1951.

    VELDE, Harold H.

    (R Ill.) April 1, 1910; House 1949-57.

    VIGORITO, Joseph P.

    (D Pa.) Nov. 10, 1918; House 1965- .

    VINSON, Carl

    (D Ga.) Nov. 18, 1883; House Nov. 3, 1914-65.

    VIVIAN, Weston E.

    (D Mich.) Oct. 25, 1924; House 1965- .

    VOORHIS, Jerry

    (D Calif.) April 6, 1901; House 1937-47.

    VORYS, John M.

    (R Ohio) June 16, 1896-Aug. 25, 1968; House 1939-59.

    VURSELL, Charles W.

    (R Ill.) Feb. 8, 1881; House 1943-59.

    W
    WADSWORTH, James W. Jr.

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 12, 1877-June 21, 1952; Senate 1915-27; House 1933-51.

    WAGGONNER, Joe D. Jr.

    (D La.) Sept. 7, 1918; House 1961- .

    WAGNER, Earl T.

    (D Ohio) April 27, 1908; House 1949-51.

    WAGNER, Robert F.

    (D N.Y.) June 8, 1877-May 4, 1953; Senate 1927-49.

    WAINWRIGHT, Stuyvesant

    (R N.Y.) May 16, 1921; House 1953-61.

    WALDIE, Jerome R.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 15, 1925; House 1966- .

    WALKER, E.S. Johnny

    (D N.M.) June 18, 1911; House 1965-69.

    WALKER, Prentiss

    (R Miss.) Aug. 23, 1917; House 1965-67.

    WALLGREN, Mon C.

    (D Wash.) April 17, 1891-Sept. 18, 1951; House 1933-40; Senate 1940-45; Gov. 1945-49.

    WALLHAUSER, George M.

    (R N.J.) Feb. 10, 1900; House 1959-65.

    WALSH, David I.

    (D Mass.) Nov. 11, 1872-June 11, 1947; Senate 1919-25; 1926-47; Gov. 1914-15.

    WALSH, John R.

    (D Ind.) May 22, 1913; House 1949-51.

    WALTER, Francis E.

    (D Pa.) May 25, 1894-May 31, 1963; House 1933-63.

    WALTERS, Herbert S.

    (D Tenn.) Nov. 17, 1891; Senate 1963-64.

    WAMPLER, Fred

    (R Ind.) Oct. 15, 1909; House 1959-61.

    WAMPLER, William Creed

    (R Va.) April 21, 1926; House 1953-55; 1967- .

    WARBURTON, Herbert B.

    (R Del.) Sept. 21, 1916; House 1953-55.

    WASIELEWSKI, Thad F.

    (D Wis.) Dec. 2, 1904; House 1941-47.

    WATKINS, Arthur V.

    (R Utah) Dec. 18, 1886; Senate 1947-59.

    WATKINS, G. Robert

    (R Pa.) May 21, 1903; House 1965- .

    WATSON, Albert W.

    (R S.C.) Aug. 30, 1922; House 1963- ; Democrat 1963-65; Republican 1965- .

    WATTS, John C.

    (D Ky.) July 9, 1902; House 1951- .

    WEAVER, James D.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 27, 1920; House 1963-65.

    WEAVER, Phil

    (R Neb.) April 9, 1919; House 1955-63.

    WEAVER, Zebulon

    (D N.C.) May 12, 1872-Oct. 29, 1948; House 1919-29; 1931-47.

    WEICHEL, Alvin F.

    (R Ohio) Sept. 11, 1891-Nov. 27, 1956; House 1943-55.

    WEICKER, Lowell P. Jr.

    (R Conn.) May 16, 1931; House 1969- .

    WEIS, Jessica McC.

    (R N.Y.) July 8, 1901-May 1, 1963; House 1959-63.

    WEISS, Samuel A.

    (D Pa.) April 15, 1902; House 1941-46.

    WELCH, Phil J.

    (D Mo.) April 4, 1895-April 28, 1963; House 1949-53.

    WELCH, Richard J.

    (R Calif.) Feb. 13, 1869-Sept. 10, 1949; House 1926-49.

    WELKER, Herman

    (R Idaho) Dec. 11, 1906-Oct. 30, 1957; Senate 1951-57.

    WELTNER, Charles L.

    (D Ga.) Dec. 17, 1927; House 1963-67.

    WERDEL, Thomas H.

    (R Calif.) Sept. 13, 1905-Sept. 30, 1966; House 1949-53; Vice Presidential Candidate on States Rights ticket 1956.

    WEST, Milton H.

    (D Texas) June 30, 1888-Oct. 28, 1948; House 1933-48.

    WESTLAND, Jack

    (R Wash.) Dec. 14, 1904; House 1953-65.

    WHALEN, Charles W. Jr.

    (R Ohio) July 31, 1920; House 1967- .

    WHALLEY, J. Irving

    (R Pa.) Sept. 14, 1902; House 1961- .

    WHARTON, J. Ernest

    (R N.Y.) Oct. 4, 1899; House 1951-65.

    WHEELER, Burton K.

    (D Mont.) Feb. 27, 1882; Senate 1923-47; Vice Presidential candidate on Progressive-Socialist ticket 1924.

    WHEELER, W. M.

    (D Ga.) July 11, 1915; House 1947-55.

    WHERRY, Kenneth S.

    (R Neb.) Feb. 28, 1892-Nov. 29, 1951; Senate 1943-51; Minority Whip 1944-47; Majority Whip 1947-49; Minority Leader 1949-51.

    WHITAKER, John A.

    (D Ky.) Oct. 31, 1901-Dec. 15, 1951; House 1948-51.

    WHITE, Cecil F.

    (D Calif.) Dec. 12, 1900; House 1949-51.

    WHITE, Compton I.

    (D Idaho) July 31, 1877-March 31, 1956; House 1933-47; 1949-51.

    WHITE, Compton I. Jr.

    (D Idaho) Dec. 19, 1920; House 1963-67.

    WHITE, Richard C.

    (D Texas) April 29, 1923; House 1965- .

    WHITE, Wallace Humphrey Jr.

    (R Maine) Aug. 6, 1877-March 31, 1952; House 1917-31; Senate 1931-49; Minority Leader 1945-47; Majority Leader 1947-49.

    WHITEHURST, G. William

    (R Va.) March 12, 1925; House 1969- .

    WHITENER, Basil L.

    (D N.C.) May 14, 1915; House 1957-69.

    WHITTEN, Jamie L.

    (D Miss.) April 18, 1910; House 1941- .

    WHITTINGTON, William M.

    (D Miss.) May 4, 1878-Aug. 21, 1962; House 1925-51.

    WICKERSHAM, Victor

    (D Okla.) Feb. 9, 1906; House 1941-47; 1949-57; 1961-65.

    WIDNALL, William B.

    (R N.J.) March 17, 1906; House 1950- .

    WIER, Roy W.

    (D Minn.) Feb. 25, 1888-June 27, 1963; House 1949-61.

    WIGGINS, Charles E.

    (R Calif.) Dec. 3, 1927; House 1967- .

    WIGGLESWORTH, Richard B.

    (R Mass.) April 25, 1891-Oct. 22, 1960; House 1928-59; Ambassador to Canada 1959-60.

    WILEY, Alexander

    (R Wis.) May 26, 1884-Oct. 26, 1967; Senate 1939-63.

    WILLIAMS, Harrison A. Jr.

    (D N. J.) Dec. 10, 1919; House 1953-57; Senate 1959- .

    WILLIAMS, John Bell

    (D Miss.) Dec. 4, 1918; House 1947-67; Gov. 1967- .

    WILLIAMS, John J.

    (R Del.) May 17, 1904; Senate 1947- .

    WILLIAMS, Lawrence G.

    (R Pa.) Sept. 15, 1913; House 1967- .

    WILLIAMS, William R.

    (R N.Y.) Aug. 11, 1884; House 1951-59.

    WILLIS, Edwin E.

    (D La.) Oct. 2, 1904; House 1949-69.

    WILLIS, Raymond E.

    (R Ind.) Aug. 11, 1875-March 21, 1956; Senate 1941-47.

    WILSON, Bob

    (R Calif.) May 5, 1916; House 1953- .

    WILSON, Charles H.

    (D Calif.) Feb. 17, 1917; House 1963- .

    WILSON, Earl

    (R Ind.) April 18, 1906; House 1941-59; 1961-65.

    WILSON, George A.

    (R Iowa) April 1, 1884-Sept. 8, 1953; Senate 1943-49; Gov. 1939-43.

    WILSON, George H.

    (D Okla.) Aug. 21, 1905; House 1949-51.

    WILSON, J. Franklin

    (D Texas) March 18, 1905; House 1947-55.

    WINN, Larry Jr.

    (R Kan.) Aug. 22, 1919; House 1967- .

    WINSTEAD, Arthur

    (D Miss.) Jan. 6, 1904; House 1943-65.

    WINTER, Thomas Daniel

    (R Kan.) July 7, 1896-Nov. 7, 1951; House 1939-47.

    WITHERS, Garrett L.

    (D Ky.) June 21, 1884-April 30, 1953; Senate 1949-50; House 1952-53.

    WITHROW, Gardner R.

    (R Wis.) Oct. 5, 1892-Sept. 23, 1964; House 1931-39; 1949-61.

    WOFFORD, Thomas A.

    (D S.C.) Sept. 27, 1908; Senate April 5, 1956-Nov. 6, 1956.

    WOLCOTT, Jesse P.

    (R Mich.) March 3, 1893-Jan. 28, 1969; House 1931-57.

    WOLD, John S.

    (R Wyo.) Aug. 31, 1916; House 1969- .

    WOLF, Leonard G.

    (D Iowa) Oct. 29, 1925; House 1959-61.

    WOLFENDEN, James

    (R Pa.) July 25, 1889-April 8, 1949; House 1928-47.

    WOLFF, Lester L.

    (D N.Y.) Jan. 4, 1919; House 1965- .

    WOLVERTON, Charles A.

    (R N.J.) Oct. 24, 1880-May 18, 1969; House 1927-59.

    WOOD, John S.

    (D Ga.) Feb. 8, 1885-Sept. 12, 1968; House 1931-35; 1945-53.

    WOOD, John S.

    (R Idaho) Nov. 25, 1878-Nov. 2, 1954; House 1951-53.

    WOODHOUSE, Chase Going

    (D Conn.); House 1945-47; 1949-51.

    WOODRUFF, Roy O.

    (R Mich.) March 14, 1876-Feb. 12, 1953; House 1913-15; 1921-53.

    WOODRUM, Clifton A.

    (R Va.) April 27, 1887-Oct. 6, 1950; House 1923-45.

    WORLEY, Eugene

    (D Texas) Oct. 10, 1908; House 1941-50.

    WRIGHT, Jim

    (D Texas) Dec. 22, 1922; House 1955- .

    WYATT, Wendell

    (R Ore.) June 15, 1917; House 1965- .

    WYDLER, John W.

    (R N.Y.) June 9, 1924; House 1963- .

    WYLIE, Chalmers P.

    (R Ohio) Nov. 23, 1920; House 1967- .

    WYMAN, Louis C.

    (R N.H.) March 16, 1917; House 1963-65; 1967- .

    X, Y, Z
    YARBOROUGH, Ralph W.

    (D Texas) June 8, 1903; Senate 1957- .

    YATES, Sidney R.

    (D Ill.) Aug. 27, 1909; House 1949-63; 1965- .

    YATRON, Gus

    (D Pa.) Oct. 16, 1927; House 1969- .

    YORTY, Samuel W.

    (D Calif.) Oct. 1, 1909; House 1951-55; Mayor of Los Angeles 1961- .

    YOUNG, Clifton

    (R Nev.) Nov. 7, 1922; House 1953-57.

    YOUNG, John

    (D Texas) Nov. 10, 1916; House 1957- .

    YOUNG, Milton R.

    (R N.D.) Dec. 6, 1897; Senate 1945- .

    YOUNG, Stephen M.

    (D Ohio) May 4, 1889; House 1933-37; 1941-43; 1949-51; Senate 1959- .

    YOUNGBLOOD, Harold F.

    (R Mich.) Aug. 7, 1907; House 1947-49.

    YOUNGER, J. Arthur

    (R Calif.) April 11, 1893-June 20, 1967; House 1953-67.

    ZABLOCKI, Clement J.

    (D Wis.) Nov. 18, 1912; House 1949- .

    ZELENKO, Herbert

    (D N.Y.) March 16, 1906; House 1955-63.

    ZIMMERMAN, Orville

    (D Mo.) Dec. 31, 1880-April 7, 1948; House 1935-48.

    ZION, Roger H.

    (R Ind.) Sept. 17, 1921; House 1967- .

    ZWACH, John M.

    (R Minn.) Feb. 8, 1907; House 1967- .

    PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS— 1933-1969

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt—March 4, 1933-April 12, 1945

    Secretary of State

    Cordell Hull (D Tenn.)

    —March 4, 1933-Dec. 1, 1944

    Edward R. Stettinius (D Va.)

    —Dec. 1, 1944-July 3, 1945

    Secretary of Treasury

    William H. Woodin (D N.Y.)

    —March 4, 1933-Jan. 1, 1934

    Henry Morgenthau Jr. (D N.Y.)

    —Jan. 1, 1934-July 23, 1945

    Secretary of War

    George H. Dern (D Utah)

    —March 4, 1933-Aug. 27, 1936

    Harry H. Woodring (D Kan.)

    —Sept. 25, 1936-July 10, 1940

    Henry L. Stimson (R N.Y.)

    —July 10, 1940-Sept. 26, 1945

    Attorney General

    Homer S. Cummings (D Conn.)

    —March 4, 1933-Jan. 2, 1939

    Frank Murphy (D Mich.)

    —Jan. 2, 1939-Jan. 18, 1940

    Robert H. Jackson (D N.Y.)

    —Jan. 18, 1940-Sept. 5, 1941

    Francis Biddle (D Pa.)

    —Sept. 5, 1941-July 1, 1945

    Postmaster General

    James A. Farley (D N.Y.)

    —March 4, 1933-Sept. 10, 1940

    Frank C. Walker (D Pa.)

    —Sept. 10, 1940-July 1, 1945

    Secretary of the Navy

    Claude A. Swanson (D Va.)

    —March 4, 1933-July 7, 1939

    Charles Edison (D N.J.)

    —Aug. 5, 1939-July 10, 1940

    Frank Knox (R Ill.)

    —July 10, 1940-April 28, 1944

    James V. Forrestal (D N.Y.)

    —May 18, 1944-Sept. 17, 1947

    Secretary of Interior

    Harold L. Ickes (D Ill.)

    —March 4, 1933-March 18, 1946

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Henry A. Wallace (D Iowa)

    —March 4, 1933-Sept. 5, 1940

    Claude R. Wickard (D Ind.)

    —Sept. 5, 1940-June 30, 1945

    Secretary of Commerce

    Daniel C. Roper (D S.C.)

    —March 4, 1933-Dec. 16, 1938

    Harry L. Hopkins (D N.Y.)

    —Dec. 24, 1938-Sept. 19, 1940

    Jesse H. Jones (D Texas)

    —Sept. 19, 1940-March 2, 1945

    Henry A. Wallace (D Iowa)

    —March 2, 1945-Sept. 28, 1946

    Secretary of Labor

    Frances Perkins (D N.Y.)

    —March 4, 1933-July 1, 1945

    Harry S. Truman — April 12, 1945-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of State

    James F. Byrnes (D S.C.)

    —July 3, 1945-Jan. 21, 1947

    George C. Marshall (Pa.)

    —Jan. 21, 1947-Jan. 20, 1949

    Dean G. Acheson (D Conn.)

    —Jan. 20, 1949-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of Treasury

    Fred M. Vinson (D Ky.)

    —July 23, 1945-June 25, 1946

    John W. Snyder (D Mo.)

    —June 25, 1946-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of War

    Robert Porter Patterson (R N.Y.)

    —Sept. 27, 1945-Jan. 25, 1947

    Kenneth C. Royall (D N.C.)

    —Jan. 25, 1947-Sept. 17, 1947

    Secretary of Defense

    James V. Forrestal (D N.Y.)

    —Sept. 17, 1947-March 1949

    Louis A. Johnson (D W. Va.)

    —March 28, 1949-Sept. 21, 1950

    George C. Marshall (Pa.)

    —Sept. 21, 1950-Sept. 17, 1951

    Robert A. Lovett (R N.Y.)

    —Sept. 17, 1951-Jan. 20, 1953

    Attorney General

    Tom C. Clark (D Texas)

    —July 1, 1945-Aug. 24, 1949

    J. Howard McGrath (D R.I.)

    —Aug. 24, 1949-May 27, 1952

    James P. McGranery (D Pa.)

    —May 27, 1952-Jan. 20, 1953

    Postmaster General

    Robert E. Hannegan (D Mo.)

    —July 1, 1945-Dec. 16, 1947

    Jesse M. Donaldson (D Mo.)

    —Dec. 16, 1947-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of Interior

    Julius A. Krug (D Wis.)

    —March 18, 1945-Dec. 1, 1949

    Oscar L. Chapman (D Colo.)

    —Dec. 1, 1949-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.)

    —June 30, 1945-June 2, 1948

    Charles F. Brannan (D Colo.)

    —June 2, 1948-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of Commerce

    W. Averell Harriman (D N.Y.)

    —Sept. 28, 1946-May 6, 1948

    Charles Sawyer (D Ohio)

    —May 6, 1948-Jan. 20, 1953

    Secretary of Labor

    Lewis B. Schwellenbach (D Wash.)

    —July 1, 1945-June 10, 1948

    Maurice J. Tobin (D Mass.)

    —Aug. 13, 1948-Jan. 20, 1953

    Dwight D. Eisenhower—Jan. 20, 1953-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of State

    John Foster Dulles (R N.Y.)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-April 15, 1959

    Christian A. Herter (R Mass.)

    —April 22, 1959-Jan. 20 1961

    Secretary of Treasury

    George M. Humphrey (R Ohio)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-July 29, 1957

    Robert B. Anderson (D Texas)

    —July 29, 1957-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of Defense

    Charles E. Wilson (R Mich.)

    —Jan. 28, 1953-Oct. 9, 1957

    Neil H. McElroy (R Ohio)

    —Oct. 9, 1957-Dec. 1, 1959

    Thomas S. Gates (R Pa.)

    —Dec. 1, 1959-Jan. 20, 1961

    Attorney General

    Herbert Brownell Jr. (R N.Y.)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-Nov. 8, 1957

    William P. Rogers (R Md.)

    —Nov. 8, 1957-Jan. 20, 1961

    Postmaster General

    Arthur E. Summerfield (R Mich.)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of Interior

    Douglas McKay (R Ore).

    —Jan. 21, 1953-June 8, 1956

    Fred A. Seaton (R Neb.)

    —June 8, 1956-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Ezra Taft Benson (R Utah)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of Commerce

    Sinclair Weeks (R Mass.)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-Nov. 13, 1958

    Lewis L. Strauss (R N.Y.)

    —Nov. 13, 1958-June 27, 19591

    Frederick H. Mueller (R Mich.)

    Strauss served interim appointment as Secretary of Commerce. On June 27, 1959, the Senate refused to confirm his nomination.

    Secretary of Labor

    Martin P. Durkin (D Md.)

    —Jan. 21, 1953-Oct. 9, 1953

    James P. Mitchell (R N.J.)

    —Oct. 9, 1953-Jan. 20, 1961

    Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

    Oveta Culp Hobby (R Texas)

    —April 11, 1953-Aug. 1, 1955

    Marion B. Folsom (R N.Y.)

    —Aug. 1, 1955-Aug. 1, 1958

    Arthur S. Flemming (R Ohio)

    —Aug. 1, 1958-Jan. 20, 1961

    John F. Kennedy—Jan. 20, 1961-Nov. 22, 1963

    Secretary of State

    Dean Rusk (D N.Y.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Secretary of Treasury

    Douglas Dillon (R N.Y.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Secretary of Defense

    Robert S. McNamara (R Mich.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Attorney General

    Robert F. Kennedy (D Mass.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Postmaster General

    J. Edward Day (D Calif.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Aug. 9, 1963.

    John A. Gronouski (D Wis.)

    —Sept. 24, 1963-

    Secretary of Interior

    Stewart L. Udall (D Ariz.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Orville L. Freeman (D Minn.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Secretary of Commerce

    Luther H. Hodges (D N.C.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-

    Secretary of Labor

    Arthur J. Goldberg (D Wash., D.C.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Sept. 25, 1962.

    W. Willard Wirtz (D Ill.)

    —Sept. 25, 1962-

    Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

    Abraham A. Ribicoff (D Conn.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-July 13, 1962

    Anthony J. Celebrezze (D Ohio)

    —July 31, 1962

    Lyndon B. Johnson—Nov. 22, 1963-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of State

    Dean Rusk (D N.Y.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Treasury

    Douglas Dillon (R Wash., D.C.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-March 31, 1965

    Henry H. Fowler (D Va.)

    —April 1, 1965-Dec. 20, 1968

    Joseph W. Barr (D Ind.)

    —Dec. 20, 1968-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Defense

    Robert S. McNamara (R Mich.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Feb. 29, 1968

    Clark M. Clifford (D Md.)

    —March 1, 1968-Jan. 20, 1969

    Attorney General

    Robert F. Kennedy (D Mass.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Sept. 3, 1964

    Nicholas deB. Katzenbach (D Wash., D.C.)

    —Sept. 3, 1964-Sept. 21, 1966

    Ramsey Clark (D Texas)

    —Sept. 21, 1966-Jan. 20, 1969

    Postmaster General

    John A. Gronouski (D Wis.)

    —Sept. 24, 1963-Sept. 10, 1965

    Lawrence F. O'Brien (D Mass.)

    —Sept. 10, 1965-April 10, 1968

    M. Marvin Watson (D Texas)

    —April 10, 1968,-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Interior

    Stewart L. Udall (D Ariz.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Orville L. Freeman (D Minn.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Commerce

    Luther H. Hodges (D N.C.)

    —Jan. 20, 1961-Jan. 15, 1965

    John T. Connor (D N.J.)

    —Jan. 15, 1965-Feb. 1, 1967

    Alexander B. Trowbridge (D Wash., D.C.)

    —Feb. 1, 1967-March 1, 1968

    C.R. Smith (D N.Y.)

    —March 1, 1968-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Labor

    W. Willard Wirtz (D Ill.)

    —Sept. 25, 1962-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

    Anthony J. Celebrezze (D Ohio)

    —July 31, 1962-Aug. 19, 1965

    John W. Gardner (R N.Y.)

    —Aug. 19, 1965-March 1, 1968

    Wilbur J. Cohen (D Md.)

    —March 1, 1968-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

    Robert C. Weaver (D Wash., D.C.)

    —Jan. 17, 1966-Jan. 1, 1969

    Robert C. Wood (D Mass.)

    —Jan. 2, 1969-Jan. 20, 1969

    Secretary of Transportation

    Alan C. Boyd (D Fla.)

    —Jan. 12, 1967-Jan. 20, 1969

    Richard M. Nixon — Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of State

    William P. Rogers (R Md.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Treasury

    David M. Kennedy (R Ill.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Defense

    Melvin R. Laird (R Wis.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Attorney General

    John N. Mitchell (R N.Y.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Postmaster General

    Winton M. Blount (R Ala.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Interior

    Walter J. Hickel (R Alaska)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Agriculture

    Clifford M. Hardin (R Neb.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Commerce

    Maurice H. Stans (R N.Y.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Labor

    George P. Schultz (R Calif.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

    Robert H. Finch (R Calif.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

    George W. Romney (R Mich.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Secretary of Transportation

    John A. Volpe (R Mass.)

    —Jan. 20, 1969-

    Controversial Nominations Sent to the Senate, 1964-68

    Introduction

    Nominations are appointments to federal office by the President which are subject to confirmation by the Senate. Officials appointed in this manner include those in the Executive Branch at the Cabinet and sub-Cabinet levels, federal judges, ambassadors, and members of federal regulatory agencies. Most of the thousands of nominations sent to the Senate each year are those of military officers, whose promotions must be confirmed, and those of postmasters.

    While most nominations win quick Senate approval, some are controversial and become the subject of Senate hearings and debate. Even the controversial nominations are almost always confirmed. Since 1964, no major nominations have been rejected by the Senate, although several have been withdrawn by the President in the face of strong Senate opposition.

    'Personally Obnoxious'

    Senators sometimes object to appointees for patronage reasons—for example, when a nomination to a local federal job is made without consulting the Senators of the state concerned. Then a Senator may use the objection that the nominee is “personally obnoxious” to him. Usually other Senators join in blocking the nomination out of courtesy to their colleague.

    Another common Senate objection to an Executive nominee is alleged conflict of interest. This charge may be made if the nominee holds stock in, draws a pension from, or is otherwise connected with a company dealing with the agency to which he has been appointed. In such cases, the nominee often divests himself of the stock or severs his connection with the company.

    Many of the controversies over nominations arise from partisan politics or from disagreements between liberals and conservatives. In 1965, for example, the nomination of former Mississippi Gov. James P. Coleman to the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals was opposed by several liberal Senators who objected to Coleman's past segregationist record. In 1966, the appointment of Mrs. Constance Baker Motley to a judgeship in the Southern District of New York met opposition from Sen. James O. Eastland (D Miss.), who charged that she had been linked with the Communist party.

    Debate shows that disapproval sometimes is based, not on the individual concerned, but on objection to the Administration's policies. In 1968, for example, the reappointment of Gen. Earle G. Wheeler as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was opposed by several Senators who objected to the Administration's Vietnam policy.

    Nomination battles occasionally reflect the Senate's concern about major issues of the time. Rising concern over lack of respect for law and order was largely responsible for the Judiciary Committee's failure to act on President Johnson's nomination of Patrick V. Murphy as head of the new Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in the Justice Department. Senators opposing Murphy's nomination accused him of failing to deal severely enough with rioters and looters in Washington, D.C., while serving as Public Safety Director of that city.

    Increasing controversy has centered on judicial nominations, as Supreme Court and lower court decisions dealing with racial integration and civil liberities have come under fire from Senate conservatives. The controversy reached a peak in 1968, when a group of Republicans and Southern Democrats led by Sen. Robert Griffin (R Mich.) resorted to a filibuster to force President Johnson to withdraw the nomination of Associate Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas to be Chief Justice of the United States.

    Below are brief accounts of each of the major controversial nominations from 1964 to 1968.

    1964

    LeRoy Collins.

    Confirmed July 20 by a 53-8 roll-call vote as head of the Community Relations Service established under the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Opposition came from Southern Democrats who objected not to Collins but to the Act itself.

    Hamer H. Budge.

    Confirmed as a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission June 26 by voice vote. Critics of the appointment said that Budge had a conservative record during his 10 years as a Republican Congressman from Idaho, and that President Johnson was believed to have made the appointment as a favor to House Minority Leader Charles A. Halleck (R Ind.). They asserted also that Budge lacked familiarity with the securities industry and did not favor stringent regulation.

    Charles R. Ross.

    When President Johnson failed to reappoint Ross as a Federal Power Commissioner when his term expired June 22, speculation arose that Ross had lost favor for being too “pro-consumer”. Several Senators contended he was needed on the Commission to protect natural gas consumers. Ross had voted on several occasions to block attemps supported by the industry to strip the Commission of its power to regulate the price of gas. Johnson finally reappointed Ross in 1965; the Senate confirmed the nomination April 28.

    1965

    James P. Coleman.

    The Senate July 26 confirmed, by a roll-call vote of 76-8, the nomination of former Mississippi Gov. Coleman to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Two days of hearings on the nomination had been held by a three-man subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee, during which various civil rights groups had criticized Coleman's past segregationist record.

    Carl E. Bagge.

    The Senate May 19 confirmed the nomination of Bagge to fill a vacancy on the Federal Power Commission created by the death of Commissioner Harold C. Woodward. Confirmation came after the Senate Commerce Committee May 18 approved Bagge's nomination by a vote of 15-1. The dissenter was Sen. Maurine B. Neuberger (D Ore.), who questioned Bagge's role in a dispute over an integrated housing project in Deerfield, Ill. Bagge stated before the Committee that he did not support a move to block the housing project.

    William F. McKee.

    President Johnson April 27 announced the appointment of McKee, a retired Air Force General, to replace Najeeb E. Halaby as head of the Federal Aviation Agency (now the Federal Aviation Administration). Since the Federal Aviation Act required that the FAA Administrator be “a civilian at the time of his appointment,” the President urged that legislation be enacted to enable him to accept the position without resigning from the Air Force.

    HR 7777 (PL 89-46), which the House passed June 3 by a 228-137 roll-call vote, contained a provision stating that McKee's appointment was not to be taken as Congressional approval of any future appointment of a military man as FAA Administrator. The Senate passed HR 7777 June 17 by a 46-20 roll-call vote, clearing the bill for the President's signature on June 22. Debate in House and Senate was similar; proponents said that McKee had considerable ability as an administrator and was highly knowledgeable in the field of supersonic transport, while opponents objected to the appointment of a military man to a post required by law to be filled by a civilian. The Senate June 30 confirmed the nomination by voice vote.

    David G. Bress.

    The Senate Oct. 22 confirmed by a roll-call vote of 49-14 the President's nomination of Bress to be U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. Several Senators opposed the nomination after it became known that Bress, a Washington, D.C., lawyer, was retained as counsel for the Serv-U Corporation, owned by former Secretary to the Senate Majority Robert G. (Bobby) Baker. Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, who recommended the nomination, said that Bress was retained only briefly by Serv-U and scarcely knew Baker. Baker was under investigation at the time, and was convicted in 1967 on charges of income tax evasion, theft and fraud while in his Senate post.

    Francis X. Morrissey.

    President Johnson Sept. 26 announced his intention to nominate Morrissey, a Boston Municipal Court judge, to be a federal district court judge in Massachusetts. The nomination was approved by the Judiciary Committee, but it touched off a storm of controversy on the Senate floor. Objections to Morrissey centered on alleged inconsistencies in his testimony about his study of law in Massachusetts and his residency in Georgia. Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen (Ill.), who led the fight against the nomination, contended that the main objection to Morrissey was that he was not qualified to sit on the federal bench. Sen. Edward Kennedy (D Mass.), the nominee's principal backer, led witnesses in praising Morrissey as a man of character and experience. Vice President Humphrey Oct. 20 reportedly began helping Kennedy to round up votes for Morrissey. However, at Kennedy's request, the Senate Oct. 21 gave unanimous consent to recommittal of the nomination to the Judiciary Committee. Morrissey Nov. 5 requested that President Johnson withdraw his nomination and the President complied.

    1966

    Constance Baker Motley.

    President Johnson's nomination of Mrs. Motley to be a U.S. District Court judge in New York was opposed by Sen. James O. Eastland (D Miss.), who asserted that she had been linked with the Communist Party. Both Senators from New York defended the nomination on the floor Aug. 30. Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R) cited Mrs. Motley's “very prominent” position as borough president of Manhattan. He asked the Senate to weigh her public career against the “uncorroborated testimony of one witness with respect to events that occurred 24 years ago.” Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D 1965-68) said that the President would not have recommended the nomination if there had been any basis for the charge. The nomination was confirmed Aug. 30. Mrs. Motley was the first Negro woman named to the federal bench.

    1967

    Thurgood Marshall.

    The President June 13 nominated Marshall, then Solicitor General, for the post of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. The Judiciary Committee held relatively protracted hearings, during which Marshall was questioned repeatedly by southern Senators about his opinion on Court decisions concerning the rights of accused criminals. Marshall refused to answer the questions on the ground that it would be improper for him to discuss matters pending before the Court and that if he did he might have to disqualify himself from sitting on certain cases. Following the hearings, Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D N.C.) filed a minority report, which accused Marshall of being a “constitutional iconoclast” whose activist views would contribute to the rising crime rate in the nation. The nomination of Marshall, the first Negro to sit on the Supreme Court, was confirmed Aug. 30 by a roll-call vote of 69-11.

    Simon F. McHugh Jr.

    President Johnson's nomination of McHugh, June 27, as a member of the Subversive Activities Control Board (SACB) was confirmed July 17 without debate. Sen. William Proxmire (D Wis.) July 22 denounced Senate confirmation of the 29-year-old accountant, husband of a former secretary of the President, as “a ridiculous extravagance” and said the compensation of $26,000 was “for doing little or nothing.” Efforts by Proxmire and others to abolish SACB failed, but S 2171, passed late in the session and signed into law Jan. 2, 1968 (PL 90-237), included a provision terminating the existence of SACB June 30, 1969, unless the Attorney General had initiated proceedings before the Board and a hearing had been held by Dec. 31, 1968. Continuation of SACB was assured when Attorney General Ramsey Clark petitioned it July 1, 1968, to declare seven persons members of the Communist Party.

    Rutherford M. Poats.

    Poats was nominated Oct. 17, 1966, for the post of Deputy Administrator of the Agency for International Development (AID) and was confirmed May 16, 1967, by a 61-24 roll-call vote. The confirmation vote came after the Senate had rejected by a 42-43 roll-call vote an effort to block the appointment by recommitting it to the Foreign Relations Committee. The nomination had been opposed by Senators who believed that Poats had mismanaged AID programs in South Vietnam.

    1968

    Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.

    Controversy over reappointment of Wheeler as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for an additional term of one year occurred during debate on a bill (H J Res 1224) to waive the existing limitation on the length of service by the JCS chairman. Opponents criticized the Administration's policies in the Vietnam war and claimed that Wheeler's part in formulating those policies made him unfit for the job. The Senate June 3 passed H J Res 1224 by a roll-call vote of 52-2; Wheeler was confirmed by voice vote June 25. The bill applied only to Wheeler and did not change the law limiting the chairman of the Joint Chiefs to two two-year terms except during a war declared by Congress.

    Irvine H. Sprague.

    Opposition to the President's nomination of Sprague to be Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation came chiefly from conservative Republicans led by Sen. George Murphy (Calif.). Speaking against the nomination, Murphy said it was improper for the President to fill the post in the closing days of his Administration and that choice of a new FDIC Director should be left to the next President. The primary objection voiced by opponents of Sprague's nomination was his lack of formal banking experience. Sprague, formerly a representative in Washington of the State of California, was a White House aide for Congressional relations. The Senate confirmed the nomination July 30 by a 53-20 roll-call vote.

    Abe Fortas.

    The President's nomination June 26 of Associate Justice Fortas to replace retiring Chief Justice Earl Warren touched off a bitter controversy in the Senate. Freshman Sen. Robert P. Griffin (R Mich.), who led the fight against the nomination from the start, immediately charged that it was based on “cronyism” and that Warren had timed his retirement to assure appointment of his successor by a Democratic President. The “lame duck” charge gave way to more serious questions of propriety in the course of hearings held by the Judiciary Committee between July 11 and Sept. 16. One was the question of Fortas's continued involvement in White House affairs after he went on the Court in 1965, an involvement which the Justice admitted but played down in his testimony before the Committee. There were allegations that Fortas had assisted in drafting legislation for the Administration and that he had advised the President on Vietnam policy and on handling of urban riots. It was disclosed toward the end of the hearings that the Justice had received a fee of $15,000 for conducting a nine-week law seminar at American University in the summer of 1968. The money for the fee and other seminar expenses had come from five former business associates, one of whom had a son who was involved in a federal criminal case. During the hearings, as in the subsequent floor debate, attacks were made on the Court in general and on Fortas in particular for decisions respecting criminal procedural law and obscenity.

    By an 11-6 vote Sept. 17, the Judiciary Committee ordered the Fortas nomination reported to the Senate with the recommendation that it be confirmed. The majority, made up of eight Democrats and three Republicans, described Fortas as “extraordinarily well qualified for the post” of Chief Justice. His acceptance of a fee for teaching at American University and his participation in White House discussions, the report said, were within his rights and in line with what other Justices had done over the years. Three dissenting Democrats contended that Fortas had shown poor judgement in advising the President on legislative matters and in accepting the $15,000 teaching fee, and that the positions he had taken in Court decisions on crime, obscenity and other matters had been too liberal. One of the three dissenting Republicans (Strom Thurmond of South Carolina) submitted individual views in which he criticized Fortas's positions in decisions on criminal procedure, pornography, state-federal relations, and subversive activities.

    In the floor debate, which began Sept. 25, Sen. Griffin pressed the attack relentlessly, and as his following grew, the chances of confirmation became more remote. They virtually vanished Sept. 27 when Minority Leader Everett McKinley Dirksen (R Ill.) reversed his position and announced that he was officially “neutral.” Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D Mont.) moved to end what was plainly a filibuster by reading to the Senate Sept. 29 a cloture motion signed by 26 Senators. The motion was rejected Oct. 1 by a roll-call vote of 45-43, which was 14 votes short of the 59 needed for cloture. The next day, Fortas requested the President to withdraw his name. Terming the action of the Senate “tragic,” Johnson consented and on Oct. 4 called back the nomination.

    Patrick V. Murphy.

    The President's nomination of Murphy on Sept. 16 to head the new Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in the Justice Department was not acted on by the Criminal Laws and Procedures Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee. Murphy, who was Public Safety Director in the District of Columbia was criticized by Subcommittee Chairman John L. McClellan (D Ark.) for policies followed by the D.C. police during the April 1968 civil disorders in Washington. Given an interim appointment by President Johnson, Murphy served in the Justice Department post from Oct. 21 to March 6, 1969, when he left to make way for a Nixon Administration appointee, Charles H. Rogovin.

    Presidential Vetoes, 1963-68

    President Johnson during his term of office vetoed 30 bills, 13 public bills and 17 private bills. Thirteen were pocket-vetoed.

    A bill is pocket-vetoed if, after Congress adjourns, the President fails to sign it within 10 days, excluding Sundays, from the time he receives it. A regular veto can be effected only when Congress is in session. In that case, the President returns the bill he vetos to the chamber in which it originated. Conversely, if the President fails to sign the bill within the 10-day period while Congress is in session, the bill automatically becomes law.

    When the President pocket-vetoes a bill, he usually issues a memoradum of disapproval explaining his decision not to sign the bill. Mr. Johnson issued explanations for all his vetoes except that of the 1969 maritime administration bill (HR 159).

    There were no attempts by the Democratic-controlled Congress to override any of President Johnson's vetoes. Johnson and Kennedy were the first Presidents since Warren G. Harding not to have a veto overridden.

    1963
    HR 2513

    —To require imported goods which were repackaged in the U.S. and imported lumber to be stamped with the name of the country of origin. President Johnson said the bill would raise prices, was unnecessary, and “would raise new barriers to foreign trade and invite retaliation against our exports at a time when we are trying to expand our trade and improve Western unity.” HR 2513 was introduced Jan. 24 by Rep. A. Sydney Herlong Jr. (D Fla). The lumber provision, added in the Senate as an amendment, was sponsored by Sen. Warren G. Magnuson (D Wash). The bill was passed by the House Feb. 26 and the Senate July 18, and cleared Dec. 18. President Johnson pocket-vetoed it Dec. 31. President Eisenhower vetoed a similar measure in 1960.

    HR 4505

    —To relieve Robert Alexander by directing the Court of Claims to rehear a suit in which Alexander contested action by the State Department in firing him. The President said the Court should not be directed to hear a matter it had disposed of after a year of grace had elapsed: “Mr. Alexander has had his day in court.” HR 4505, introduced March 4 by Rep. John O. Marsh Jr. (D Va.), was passed Sept. 17 by the House and Dec. 19 by the Senate. President Johnaon pocket-vetoed it Dec. 31.

    1964
    HR 1761

    —To direct the Court of Claims to render judgment on the 1960 claim of R. Gordon Finney Jr. that he was entitled to federal salary for the years 1946-53. Finney, who worked for the Federal Government before the war, claimed that he had not asserted his veteran's federal re-employment rights after the war because he was unaware that a 1945 judgment against re-employment rights had been reversed in 1946. The President said the statute of limitations barred claims not raised within six years after they accrue and “the record does not disclose any reason for the 14-year delay in filing the back salary claim.To permit Mr. Finney to assert a claim now woulddo violence to the purpose of the statute of limitations.” Rep. William M. Tuck (D Va.) introduced HR 1761. It was passed by the House Aug. 6, 1963, and by the Senate March 6, 1964, and was vetoed by President Johnson March 23.

    HR 4501

    —To provide a total of $859.68 in overtime pay to two Navy Department civilian employees, Anthony F. Bernardo and Ambrose A. Cerrito, for overtime work they performed at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, early in 1962. The President said many other Government employees were not compensated for all overtime hours because of a statutory ceiling on their pay, and that it would be unfair to permit payment to two workers while denying it to others. HR 4501 was introduced by Rep. John E. Fogarty (D R.I.). It was passed June 4, 1963, by the House and July 23, 1964, by the Senate. President Johnson vetoed it Aug. 6.

    HR 2262

    —To direct the Secretary of the Treasury to pay $29,425.01 to Catalina Properties, Inc., against which the Government had served a levy for nonpayment of taxes. The sum represented uncollected rentals from the sublessees of the Catalina Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla. The President said approval of the bill might imply that when the Internal Revenue Service had made a levy against the property of a delinquent taxpayer, it had to assume the obligation of instituting court proceedings to collect debts due the taxpayer. HR 2262 was similar to a bill (HR 12701) that had been vetoed Oct. 19, 1962, by President Kennedy.

    HR 2262 was introduced by Rep. William E. Minshall (R Ohio). The House passed it June 4, 1963, the Senate passed it July 6, 1964, and President Johnson vetoed it Aug. 11.

    HR 6883

    —To waive the statute of limitations to permit a claim for a refund to the estate of Mrs. Eileen G. Foster for overpayment of income taxes for 1949-53. The overpayment had resulted from the oversight of Mrs. Foster in not checking the appropriate box on her tax return to indicate that she had reached age 65. The President said that if the statute of limitations were set aside in this case, it should be set aside in every similar instance, which would lead to “interminable litigation.” HR 6883 was introduced by Byron G. Rogers (D Colo.), passed by the House March 17 and the Senate Aug. 10. President Johnson pocket-vetoed it Aug. 24. (Although Congress did not adjourn sine die until Oct. 3, it took a 10-day recess Aug. 21-31 for the Democratic Convention and thus was in adjournment when the President vetoed this bill.)

    HR 7132

    —To direct the Federal Government to pay $21,299.24 to the Westel-Oviatt Lumber Co., of California for reimbursement of losses sustained by the company under a timber sale contract with the U.S. Forest Service. The sum represented the difference between the Forest Service's estimate of the volume of timber for sale and that which was actually cut by Wetsel-Oviatt (approximately one-half of the estimate). The President said that Wetsel-Oviatt had responsibility for verification of the Government's estimate and was “thoroughly familiar with the risk involved in estimating volumes.” He said that “to grant special relief in this case would be unfair to other contractors who have encountered under-runs in the performance of similar contracts” and would establish a “highly undesirable precedent.” HR 7132 was introduced by Harold T. Johnson (D Calif.) The House passed it April 7 and the Senate passed it Aug. 17, 1964. The President vetoed it Sept. 1. Sept. 1.

    HR 1851

    —To relieve Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Brothers of their legal obligation to pay interest on delinquent income tax payments for 1955-56. The payments were not made until 1960 because the Brother's accountant, unknown to them, failed to file their returns. The President said, “The interest payment required by law is not a penalty but is designed to reimburse the Government for the loss of the use of the money owing to it.” He said “many thousands” of taxpayers make late payments for “reasonable cause,” and “approval of this bill would, therefore, discriminate against many other taxpayers and would create an undesirable precedent.” HR 1851 was introduced by Rep. J. Edgar Chenoweth (R Colo.), was passed by the House Oct. 15, 1963, and by the Senate Sept. 28, 1964. President Johnson pocket-vetoed it Oct. 13.

    1965
    S 327

    —To authorize emergency appropriations of up to $50 million in fiscal 1965 and $20 million in fiscal 1966 to provide assistance to California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Idaho for the reconstruction of areas heavily damaged by floods in late 1964 and early 1965. (The amounts were in addition to a $30 million annual appropriations authorization contained in existing law for disaster relief.)

    The provision in S 327 which caused the veto authorized the President to undertake certain construction, but prevented the appropriation of money for any work which was not first approved by the House and Senate Public Works Committees. The President, in his June 5 veto message, said he must “oppose the tendency to use any device to involve Congressional committees in the administration of programs and the implementation of laws.” Supporting the general purposes of the bill, which had cleared in Congress May 20, the President said this provision of prior approval “infringes upon the responsibilities of the Executive Branch” and “violates the spirit of the division of powers between the Executive and Legislative Branches.” The “device” requiring an executive official to obtain committee approval before taking an executive action, the President said, “is not only an undesirable and improper encroachment by the Congressinto the area of executive responsibilities—it also leads to inefficient administration.” After the veto a nearly identical bill, omitting the objectionable provision, was enacted as the Pacific Northwest Disaster Relief Act.

    HR 1867

    —To authorize payment of $1,000 to Daniel Walter Miles, Brockton, Mass., in settlement of his claim against the United States under the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946 for compensation for property losses in the Philippines during World War II. In his veto message to the House, Mr. Johnson said the claim had been considered and rejected by the Philippine War Damage Commission and that to set aside the Commission's judgment would entitle other claimants to seek similar relief through Congress. The bill was introduced by Rep. James A. Burke (D Mass.). It passed the House March 16 (H Rept. 119) and the Senate June 1 (S Rept. 260). HR 1867 was vetoed by the President June 14.

    HR 2166

    —To confer jurisdiction on the Court of Claims to judge a claim of Staiman Brothers-Simon Wrecking Co. for losses allegedly sustained by them in connection with a $301,000 contract with the General Services Administration for purchase of buried cast iron pipe in a surplus military water system. The bill also waived all defenses of the United States based on provisions in the purchase contract explicitly denying warranty as to quantity, size and character, and barring claims based on errors or omissions in the descriptions of the pipe. The wrecking company alleged that the weight of the pipe they removed fell almost 40 percent short of the estimated weights on which they had bid. The General Accounting Office had denied the administratively submitted claim.

    In vetoing the bill June 26, President Johnson said: “The conditions of sale of the property were clear and specific” and the rule of caveat emptor (“buyer beware”) applied as in similar contract cases. In addition, the President objected to the bill's restriction of the Court of Claims' authority to decide the case on its merits by waiving the Government's defenses based on contract provisions “to which the claimants agreed with their eyes wide open.”

    HR 2166 was introduced by Rep. Herman T. Schneebeli (R Pa.). It was passed by the House April 6 (H Rept 121) and by the Senate June 10 (S Rept. 302) and was vetoed June 26.

    HR 8439

    —To authorize $1,780,062,000 in fiscal 1966 for construction at military installations in the United States and abroad, and for military family housing. The bill contained a provision which required that plans to close military installations be submitted to Congress between Jan. 1 and April 30 each year, and that no plan could be put into effect until 120 days after Congress was notified. In addition, it provided that if Congress adjourned prior to the expiration of the 120 days, the proposed closure must be delayed and the plan re-submitted during the next regular session of Congress.

    In his veto message Aug. 21, Mr. Johnson said this provision was “repugnant to the Constitution,” involving a “fundamental encroachment” on the separation of powers between the Legislative and Executive Branches. He said the provision could “seriously interfere with and adversely affect” the flexible and timely administration of the military services. A President, he said, “under his oath of office, must be concerned about the cumulative erosion of the executive power” Mr. Johnson indicated he would accept a “reasonable reporting provision” that was “consistent with the legislative powers of Congress.” A revised version of the provision for Congressional review was included in a subsequent bill (HR 10775—PL 89-188). This measure provided for a 30-day waiting period after full justification of plans to close military bases had been submitted to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees.

    HR 3329

    —To incorporate the Youth Councils on Civil Affairs and to grant them a federal charter. The Councils, which originated in Jacksonville, Fla., provided a youth jury system under which young people who had been in trouble explained their actions to a panel of other young people. The panel served in an advisory capacity to the judge of the Jacksonville municipal court. The system was instituted in a number of other cities and in March 1963 the Youth Councils on Civic Affairs were incorporated in Florida under state law.

    In vetoing the bill, Mr. Johnson said that his concern was not with the “worthwhile purposes” of the bill, but with “the question of whether we were granting federal charters to private organizations on a case-by-case basis without the benefit of clearly established standards and criteria as to eligibility.” Mr. Johnson added that “federal charters should be granted, if at all, only on a selective basis andshould meet some national interest standard.” Rep. Charles E. Bennett (D Fla.) introduced HR 3329 Jan. 21. It passed the House (H Rept 645) July 22 and the Senate, amended (S Rept. 550), Aug. 12. The bill was cleared Aug. 26 and vetoed by Mr. Johnson Sept. 10.

    HR 5902

    —To allow Cecil Graham to file a late income tax refund claim, notwithstanding the statute of limitations. Graham claimed refund for taxes erroneously paid by him on disability payments during the period 1947-1955. A court decision had held in 1952 that disability payments were tax exempt and put taxpayers on notice that they should file claims for refunds. However, Graham failed to file in time. In vetoing the bill, the President said:

    It is common knowledge that the tax law frequently changes. In our self-administered tax system, Mr. Graham, like all other taxpayers, had a responsibility for keeping informedApproval of this bill would discriminate unfairly against other taxpayers similarly situated and set un unfortunate precedent.
    HR 5902 was introduced March 5 by Rep. John Jarman (D Okla.). It was passed by the House June 15 (H Rept. 408) and by the Senate Sept. 17 (S Rept 720). President Johnson vetoed it Oct. 4.

    HR 1384

    —To waive the statute of limitations to permit Theodore Zissu to seek recovery of his interest in the property of a Rumanian corporation which was taken over by the United States in 1942 under the Trading With the Enemy Act. After being advised in 1943 by the Office of Alien Property that he was an ineligible claimant, Zissu ceased to press his claim further, administratively or through the courts. Subsequent court decisions gave proponents of HR 1384 reason to think they could get a favorable ruling on behalf of Zissu.

    In vetoing the bill, President Johnson said that to permit a revival of a lapsed claim on the basis of subsequent judicial rulings “counters a fundamental tenet of our legal system(that) seeks finality of judgment and stability in the law by a refusal of the courts to reopen settled cases because new judicial decisions may be more favorable to disappointed litigants.” HR 1384 was introduced by Rep. John V. Lindsay (R N.Y.). It was passed by the House April 6 (H Rept. 83) and by the Senate Sept. 30 (S Rept 696). It was vetoed by President Johnson Oct. 20.

    1966
    HR 2035

    —To authorize increased payments for some star route postal contracts when the consumer price (cost-of-living) index rose by at least 1 percent a year. The percentage of increase would vary with the total value of the contract.

    In his veto message July 19, Mr. Johnson called the measure “inflationary” and said that it would “set a bad example, not only in Government, but throughout our economy.” He noted that “Often, an increase in the consumer price index does not mean that the contractor's actual operating costs have gone up.” The President said that about 9,600 star route contracts would have been affected under the bill.

    The measure was introduced by Rep. Thaddeus J. Dulski (D N.Y.). It passed the House July 12, 1965 (H Rept. 543) and the Senate, amended, June 23, 1966 (S Rept. 1290). The House agreed to Senate amendments June 29.

    HR 6926

    —To increase life insurance coverage for federal employees. Enactment of this bill which had cleared Congress Aug. 29 would have cost the Government an estimated $88.1 million annually. In his veto message Sept. 12, President Johnson said he was returning the measure because it was “inflationary.” The President Sept. 12 told newsmen that “at a time when we are making every effort to reduce low-priority federal spending in other areas, this bill cannot be justified.”

    HR 7546

    —To confer jurisdiction on the U.S. Court of Claims to decide whether or not a claim brought by Col. Gilmore C. MacDonald (USAF ret.) was “equitable.” MacDonald was seeking compensation for a process he developed while serving the Air Force which was used by the Government.

    In his veto Oct. 10, President Johnson said the Justice Department had advised him the measure was unconstitutional. HR 7546 was introduced by Rep. Robert L. F. Sikes (D Fla.). It passed the House Aug. 16 (H Rept 1722) and the Senate Sept. 26 (S Rept 1653).

    HR 5688

    —To revise portions of the District of Columbia criminal code. The omnibus crime bill was the first major District measure rejected by the President. The main provisions of the bill would ease restrictions on the admissibility of confessions, would modify the test of insanity and would allow police to detain and question suspects up to four hours before releasing or charging them with a crime.

    Mr. Johnson said that the solution to the District's rising crime rate lay not in such a measure but in, among other things, better police administration. In his pocket-veto message Nov. 13, the President said that “this legislation would add endless complications and confusion to an already complex situation. It would make the job of the policeman on the beat and of the public prosecutor much more difficult. I cannot approve it.”

    The President also objected to the bill's provisions for interrogation of suspects and potential suspects, which, he said, went “far beyond the necessities of interrogation in practically all cases.” The provision granting authority to detain material witnesses, Mr. Johnson said, was “even more extreme” than provisions relating to suspects. On the bill's imposition of new mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes, the President said that flexibility was needed in sentencing and noted that sentences currently imposed in the District of Columbia were among the most severe in the nation.

    The President had been urged to veto the bill by various civil rights groups, the District of Columbia Bar Assn. and all federal agencies which were asked to comment on the bill. The bill was supported by several citizens' associations and the Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade.

    HR 5688 was introduced by Rep. Basil L. Whitener (D N.C.). It cleared both chambers in 1965 but agreement on a conference report (H Rept. 2295) came only after lengthy negotiations by conferees. The Senate Oct. 17 by voice vote and the House Oct. 19 by a 208-79 roll-call vote adopted the conference report.

    S 1674

    —To permit the Federal Government to lease public lands for the development of geothermal, or natural underground, steam and associated resources. In his Nov. 15 pocket veto message, the President said that the bill was “flawed” by provisions running “counter to public policy.” Among such provisions, he cited ones authorizing unlimited “grandfather” rights to leaseholders and permitting leases so extensive that a single developer could monopolize the geothermal resources of entire states.

    The measure was introduced in the Senate by Sen. Alan Bible (D Nev.). It was passed by the Senate on Sept. 7, 1965 (S Rept 683). It was passed by the House, amended, Oct. 3, 1966 (H Rept. 2140). The Senate agreed to the House version with amendments Oct. 20, and the House agreed to the Senate amendments Oct. 21, 1966.

    HR 13955

    —To establish the past and present location of a certain portion of the Colorado River. The measure, which was pocket-vetoed, was to settle a dispute over ownership of 1,200 acres of land in Riverside County, Calif. The acreage was claimed and occupied by 19 individuals and corporations. But the Interior Department in 1962 challenged the claim, and said that the land was in fact in Arizona—not California—and appeared to be in California only because of a past shift in the course of the Colorado River, which forms the boundary between the two states in the area. If the acreage were in Arizona, it would be the property of the Federal Government. The Department said that the 19 corporations and individuals were illegally occupying federal land.

    In his Nov. 15 memorandum of disapproval, the President said that the “courts are the traditional forum for determining legal questions relating to land ownership and I see no reason for making a special exception here.” If Congress thought it equitable to grant relief to the occupants “after the factual issues have been fully litigated,” it could do so, the President said. The bill was introduced by Rep. John V. Tunney (D Calif.). It passed the House Sept. 19 (H Rept 2038). It passed the Senate, amended, Oct. 13 (S Rept 1717), and the House agreed to the Senate amendments Oct. 17.

    HR 3901

    —To direct the Justice Department's Office of Alien Property to return to Elisabeth von Oberndorff approximately $185,000—which was the value of property confiscated from her under the Trading with the Enemy Act during World War II. Miss von Oberndorff, a German citizen, lived in German-occupied Luxembourg during the war, and she participated in that country's movement to resist the Nazis. At the time, she owned capital stock in a New York realty firm, which was confiscated and later placed in the War Claims Fund.

    President Johnson pocket-vetoed HR 3901. He said in his Nov. 15 memorandum of disapproval that Miss von Oberndorff “failed to meet the strict conditions for relief for aliens established by Congress” and that approval of the bill might encourage other noneligible persons to apply for similar relief. The bill was introduced by Rep. Carlton R. Sickles (D Md.). It passed the House Aug 16 (H Rept 1768) and the Senate Oct. 21 (S Rept 1848).

    1967
    HR 11089

    —To increase life insurance coverage for federal employees. In vetoing the bill Aug. 12, the President said it would cost the Government $61 million in the first year instead of the $13 million which the Administration's proposals on the same subject would have cost. In 1966 he vetoed a somewhat more costly insurance bill on similar grounds.

    HR 11089 was passed by the House July 11 (H Rept 462) and the Senate, amended, July 12 (S Rept 364). The conference report (H Rept 513) was adopted by the Senate July 27 and the House July 31.

    Subsequently, a liberalized federal employee life insurance plan was included in the postal rate-federal pay increase bill (HR 7977). This plan was estimated to cost $35.4 million a year more than the existing plan.

    HR 162

    —To grant the masters of certain United States vessels a lien on those vessels for their wages and for certain disbursements. Introduced Jan. 10 by Rep. Edward A. Garmatz (D Md.), HR 162 was the subject of Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee hearings April 13 and 19. The bill was passed by the House June 19 (H Rept 341) and the Senate, amended, Nov. 6 (S Rept 718). Both chambers adopted the conference report (H Rept 973) Nov. 21.

    The President vetoed HR 162 Dec. 8. He said the bill “could seriously endanger private financing for ship construction.” By giving the highest priority lien to those who contract with the ship's master for ship supplies and other items, he said, HR 162 “could reduce the preferred mortgage holders virtually to the status of unsecured creditors.” The President said he would approve a measure safeguarding shipmasters' wages if the supplier provision were deleted.

    HR 1670

    —To permit Dr. George H. Edler to count his services as a part-time employee at Peoria (Ill.) State Hospital in computing his Social Security benefits as a self-employed person. In pocket-vetoing the bill Dec. 19, the President said local or state government employees must be included under an agreement between their state and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare to qualify for Social Security benefits. He said employees of the hospital in question were not so covered.

    HR 1670 was passed by the House April 18 (H Rept 137) and the Senate Dec. 6 (S Rept 889).

    1968
    HR 10915

    —To remove the extra-long staple cotton quota from Egypt and the Sudan and transfer it to American producers in the Southwestern States. The House had passed the measure by a 276-63 roll-call vote Oct. 30, 1967. An amended version passed the Senate July 22, and the House agreed to Senate amendments July 26.

    Mr. Johnson vetoed the bill Aug 12. A statement accompanying the veto said that the measure tied the hands of the President and “deprives him of needed flexibility by forcing an automatic suspension of trade when diplomatic relations are severed.”

    HR 5677

    —To allow Robert L. and Mildred M. Miller of Sublette County, Wyo., to file claims for overpayment of income taxes in 1952 and 1953 and overpayment of estimated income taxes for 1953 and 1954. The measure passed the House April 4, 1967, (H Rept 66) and the Senate Oct. 10, 1968, (S Rept 1666). In pocket-vetoing the measure Oct. 21, Mr. Johnson said the statute of limitations had expired and that the bill discriminated “in favor of the Millers and against all other taxpayers” by allowing them to recover a mistaken overpayment of taxes.

    HR 4939

    —To order the Court of Claims to review the assertion of Joseph H. Bonduki that he was wrongfully fired from his job at the State Department's International Information Administration in 1953. The measure passed the House June 18 (H Rept 1202) and the Senate Oct. 11 (S Rept 1623). The President vetoed the bill Oct. 25, noting that three federal court decisions had held that Bonduki had failed to seek timely relief.

    HR 10256

    —To grant owners of a disputed portion of land near the Colorado River in Riverside County, Calif., the same legal and equitable defenses that would be available to them under state law if they were being sued by the state or by private parties rather than by the United States. The 2,100 acres of land in dispute were claimed and occupied by 19 individuals and corporations. But in 1962, the Interior Department challenged the claims, stating that the land was part of federally owned land in Arizona. It appeared to be in California because the Department maintained. A lawsuit was pending at the time HR 10256 cleared Congress.

    A related bill, HR 13955, which sought to establish the past and present location of the disputed portion of the Colorado River, was vetoed by President Johnson in 1966 on the ground that the “courts are the traditional forum for determining legal questions relating to land ownership.”

    HR 10256 was introduced in 1967 by Rep. John V. Tunney (D Calif.), who was also the sponsor of the earlier measure. It was reported with amendments (H Rept 1859) by the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee Sept. 4 and passed the House by voice vote Sept. 16. The Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee reported the bill (S Rept 1631) Oct. 9, and it passed the Senate by voice vote Oct. 11.

    The President's memorandum of disapproval accompanying his Oct. 25 veto of HR 10256 said that the bill gave the landowners “special and unprecedented defenses” against which the Government was traditionally immune. It added, “The bill has the effect of changing, after the U.S. has filed suit, the rules which would otherwise be applicable to a case of this kind. If this bill were to become law, it would establish a most undesirable precedent with far-reaching consequences.”

    HR 159

    —To create an independent Federal Maritime Administration within the Executive Branch.

    Originally sponsored by House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee Chairman Edward A. Garmatz (D Md.), the bill passed the House by a 326-44 roll-call vote Oct. 17, 1967. It was reported by the Senate Commerce Committee (S Rept 1495) Aug. 1 and the Senate cleared it by voice vote Oct. 11. The President vetoed the measure Oct. 30.

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