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' Over 350 Congressional Autographs - Unique Book Signed by 1921 Congress (House and Senate) for Representative, Joseph Swagar Sherley  

' Over 350 Congressional Autographs - Unique Book Signed by 1921 Congress (House and Senate) for Representative, Joseph Swagar Sherley

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Unique book signed by the 65th Congress of the United States for the retirement of J. Swager Sherley Representative, from Kentucky. The book has 36 pages handsigned by member of congress which has over 350 autographs. The signed pages are in good condition, but the books cover and pages have bee separated from the binding. This is a one of a kind book and includes signatures from such notables as Hiram Johnson (R), from March 16, 1917, Ohio Warren G. Harding (R),Oregon George E. Chamberlain (D), New York, Fiorello H. LaGuardia (R), Texas, Sam" Rayburn (D), Thomas R. Marshall, Vice President and many more.

Joseph Swagar Sherley (November 28, 1871 - February 13, 1941) was a U.S. Representative from Kentucky.

Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Sherley attended public schools, graduating from the Louisville High School in 1889 and from the law department of the University of Virginia at Charlottesville in 1891. He was admitted to the bar the same year and commenced practice in Louisville, Kentucky. Sherley with his wife and their firstborn, ca. 1908

Sherley was elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-eighth and to the seven succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1903 – March 3, 1919). He served as chairman of the Committee on Appropriations during the Sixty-fifth Congress. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1918 to the Sixty-sixth Congress. Following his defeat, he served as director of the division of finance of the United States Railroad Administration from April 1919 to September 1920, when he resigned and resumed the practice of law in Washington, D.C.. In January 1933, he was offered the position of Director of the Bureau of the Budget by President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, but declined because of ill health. He died while on a visit in Louisville, Kentucky, February 13, 1941 and was interred in Cave Hill Cemetery.

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The Sixty-fifth United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from March 4, 1917 to March 4, 1919, during the fourth and fifth years of Woodrow Wilson's presidency. The apportionment of seats in this House of Representatives was based on the Thirteenth Census of the United States in 1910. The Senate had a Democratic majority, and the House had a Republican plurality but the Democrats remained in control with the support of the Progressives and Socialist Representative Meyer London. Contents

Major events

1918 flu pandemic

March 4, 1917: Jeannette Rankin of Montana became the first woman member of the United States House of Representatives.

March 8, 1917: The United States Senate adopted the cloture rule to limit filibusters.

March 31, 1917: The United States took possession of the Danish West Indies, which become the US Virgin Islands, after paying $25 million to Denmark.

April 2, 1917: World War I: President Woodrow Wilson asks the U.S. Congress for a declaration of war on Germany.

April 10, 1917: An ammunition factory explosion in Chester, Pennsylvania kills 133.

May 21, 1917: Over 300 acres (73 blocks) are destroyed in the Great Atlanta fire of 1917.

May 26, 1917: A tornado strikes Mattoon, Illinois, causing devastation and killing 101 people.

July 1, 1917: A labor dispute ignited a race riot in East St. Louis, Illinois, which left 250 dead.

July 12, 1917: The Phelps Dodge Corporation deported over 1,000 suspected Industrial Workers of the World members from Bisbee, Arizona.

July 28, 1917: The Silent Protest was organized by the NAACP in New York to protest the East St. Louis Riot of July 2, as well as lynchings in Texas and Tennessee.

August, 1917: The Green Corn Rebellion, an uprising by several hundred farmers against the World War I draft, took place in central Oklahoma.

November 24, 1917: In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 9 members of the Milwaukee Police Department were killed by a bomb, the most fatal single event in U.S. police history until the September 11, 2001 attacks.

December 26, 1917: President Woodrow Wilson used the Federal Possession and Control Act to place most U.S. railroads under the United States Railroad Administration, hoping to more efficiently transport troops and materials for the war effort.

January 8, 1918: Woodrow Wilson delivered his Fourteen Points speech.

March 4, 1918: A soldier at Camp Fuston, Kansas fell sick with the first confirmed case of the Spanish flu.

May 15, 1918: The United States Post Office Department (later renamed the United States Postal Service) began the first regular airmail service in the world (between New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC).

October 8, 1918: World War I: In the Argonne Forest in France, U.S. Corporal Alvin C. York almost single-handedly killed 25 German soldiers and captures 132.

December 4, 1918: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sailed for the Paris Peace Conference, becoming the first U.S. president to travel to Europe while in office.

January 6, 1919: Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, died.

January 15, 1919: The Boston Molasses Disaster: A wave of molasses released from an exploding storage tank sweeps through Boston, killing 21 and injuring 150.

January 16, 1919: The 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution, authorizing Prohibition, went into effect in the United States.

February 25, 1919: Oregon placed a 1 cent per U.S. gallon (.26¢/L) tax on gasoline, becoming the first U.S. state to levy a gasoline tax.

Major legislation

After war was declared, war bond posters demonized Germany April 6, 1917: Declaration of war against Germany, Sess. 1 ch. 1, 40 Stat. 1

April 24, 1917: First Liberty Bond Act, Sess. 1, ch. 4, 40 Stat. 35

May 12, 1917: Enemy Vessel Confiscation Joint Resolution, Pub.L. 65–2, 40 Stat. 75

May 12, 1917: First Army Appropriations Act of 1917, 40 Stat. 69

May 18, 1917: Selective Service Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 15, 40 Stat. 76

May 29, 1917: Esch Car Service Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 23, 40 Stat. 101

June 15, 1917: Emergency Shipping Fund Act of 1917, c. 29, 40 Stat. 182

June 15, 1917: Second Army Appropriations Act of 1917, 40 Stat. 188

June 15, 1917: Espionage Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 30, 40 Stat. 217 (incl. title XI: Search Warrant Act of 1917)

August 8, 1917: River and Harbor Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 49, 40 Stat. 250

August 10, 1917: Priority of Shipments Act of 1917 (Obstruction of Interstate Commerce Act of 1917), Sess. 1, ch. 51, 40 Stat. 272

August 10, 1917: Food and Fuel Control Act (Lever Act), Sess. 1, ch. 53, 40 Stat. 27

October 1, 1917: Second Liberty Bond Act, Sess. 1, ch. 56, 40 Stat. 288

October 1, 1917: Aircraft Board Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 61, 40 Stat. 296

October 3, 1917: War Revenue Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 63, 40 Stat. 300

October 5, 1917: Repatriation Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 68, 40 Stat. 340

October 6, 1917: Explosives Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 83, 40 Stat. 385

October 6, 1917: War Risk Insurance Act of 1917, Sess. 1, ch. 105, 40 Stat. 398

October 6, 1917: International Emergency Economic Powers Act (Trading with the Enemy Act), Sess. 1, ch. 106, 40 Stat. 411

December 7, 1917: Declaration of war against Austria-Hungary, Sess. 2, ch. 1, 40 Stat. 429

February 24, 1918: Revenue Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 18, 40 Stat. 1057

March 8, 1918: Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act, Sess. 2, ch. 20, 40 Stat. 440

March 19, 1918: Standard Time Act of 1918 (Calder Act), Sess. 2, ch. 24, 40 Stat. 450

March 21, 1918: Federal Control Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 25, 40 Stat. 451

April 4, 1918: Third Liberty Bond Act, Sess. 2, ch. 44, 40 Stat. 502

April 5, 1918: War Finance Corporation Act, Sess. 2, ch. 45, 40 Stat. 506

April 10, 1918: Webb-Pomerene Act, Sess. 2, ch. 50, 40 Stat. 516

April 18, 1918: American Forces Abroad Indemnity Act, Sess. 2, ch. 57, 40 Stat. 532

April 20, 1918: Destruction of War Materials Act, Sess. 2, ch. 59, 40 Stat. 533

April 23, 1918: Pittman Act, Sess. 2, ch. 63, 40 Stat. 535

May 9, 1918: Alien Naturalization Act, Sess. 2, ch. 69, 40 Stat. 542

May 16, 1918: Housing Act, Sess. 2, ch. 74, 40 Stat. 550

May 16, 1918: Sedition Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 75, 40 Stat. 553

May 20, 1918: Departmental Reorganization Act (Overman Act), Sess. 2, ch. 78, 40 Stat. 556

May 22, 1918: Passport Control Act (Entry and Departure Controls Act), Sess. 2, ch. 81, 40 Stat. 559

May 31, 1918: Saulsbury Resolution, Sess. 2, ch. 90, 40 Stat. 593

June 27, 1918: Veterans Rehabilitation Act (Smith-Sears Act), Sess. 2, ch. 107, 40 Stat. 617

July 3, 1918: Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 128, 40 Stat. 755

July 9, 1918: Fourth Liberty Bond Act, Sess. 2, ch. 142, 40 Stat. 844

July 9, 1918: Army Appropriations Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 143, 40 Stat. 845 (incl. ch. 15: Public Health and Research Act of 1918 (Chamberlain-Kahn Act))

July 18, 1918: River and Harbor Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 155, 40 Stat. 904

July 18, 1918: Charter Rate and Requisition Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 157, 40 Stat. 913

October 16, 1918: Immigration Act of 1918 (Dillingham-Hardwick Act), Sess. 2, ch. 186, 40 Stat. 1012

October 16, 1918: Corrupt Practices Act of 1918 (Gerry Act), Sess. 2, ch. 187, 40 Stat. 1013

November 7, 1918: National Bank Consolidation Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 209, 40 Stat. 1043

November 21, 1918: Food Production Stimulation Act (War-Time Prohibition Act), Sess. 2, ch. 212, 40 Stat. 1045

February 24, 1919: Child Labor Act of 1919, Sess. 3, ch. 18, 40 Stat. 1138

February 26, 1919: Grand Canyon Park Act of 1919, Sess. 3, ch. 44, 40 Stat. 1178

February 26, 1919: Acadia National Park Act of 1919, Sess. 3, ch. 45, 40 Stat. 1178

March 2, 1919: War Risk Insurance Act of 1919 (War Minerals Relief Act of 1919, Dent Act), Sess. 3, ch. 94, 40 Stat. 1272

March 2, 1919: River and Harbors Act of 1919, Sess. 3, ch. 95, 40 Stat. 1275

March 3, 1919: Hospitalization Act of 1919, Sess. 3, ch. 98, 40 Stat. 1302

March 3, 1919: Fifth Liberty Bond Act, Sess. 3, ch. 100, 40 Stat. 1309

March 4, 1919: Wheat Price Guarantee Act, Sess. 3, ch. 125, 40 Stat. 1348

Because of the 17th Amendment, starting in 1914 U.S. Senators were elected directly instead of by the state legislatures. However, this did not affect the terms of U.S. Senators whose terms had started before that Amendment took effect. Alabama

2. John H. Bankhead (D) 3. Oscar W. Underwood (D)

Arizona

1. Henry F. Ashurst (D) 3. Marcus A. Smith (D)

Arkansas

3. William F. Kirby (D) 2. Joseph T. Robinson (D)

California

1. Hiram Johnson (R), from March 16, 1917 3. James D. Phelan (D)

Colorado

2. John F. Shafroth (D) 3. Charles S. Thomas (D)

Connecticut

3. Frank B. Brandegee (R) 1. George P. McLean (R)

Delaware

2. Willard Saulsbury, Jr. (D) 1. Josiah O. Wolcott (D)

Florida

3. Duncan U. Fletcher (D) 1. Park Trammell (D)

Georgia

2. Thomas W. Hardwick (D) 3. Hoke Smith (D)

Idaho

2. William E. Borah (R) 3. James H. Brady (R), until January 13, 1918 (died) John F. Nugent (D), from January 22, 1918 (appointed and subsequently elected)

Illinois

2. James Hamilton Lewis (D) 3. Lawrence Y. Sherman (R)

Indiana

1. Harry S. New (R), 3. James E. Watson (R)

Iowa

3. Albert B. Cummins (R) 2. William S. Kenyon (R)

Kansas

3. Charles Curtis (R) 2. William H. Thompson (D)

Kentucky

3. J. C. W. Beckham (D) 2. Ollie M. James (D), until August 28, 1918 (died) George B. Martin (D), from September 7, 1918 (appointed)

Louisiana

3. Robert F. Broussard (D), until April 12, 1918 (died) Walter Guion (D), April 22, 1918 (appointed) – November 5, 1918 (successor elected) Edward J. Gay (D), from November 6, 1918 (elected) 2. Joseph E. Ransdell (D)

Maine

2. Bert M. Fernald (R) 1. Frederick Hale (R)

Maryland

1. Joseph I. France (R) 3. John Walter Smith (D)

Massachusetts

1. Henry Cabot Lodge (R) 2. John W. Weeks (R)

Michigan

2. William Alden Smith (R) 1. Charles E. Townsend (R)

Minnesota

1. Frank B. Kellogg (R) 2. Knute Nelson (R)

Mississippi

2. James K. Vardaman (D) 1. John Sharp Williams (D)

Missouri

1. James A. Reed (D) 3. William J. Stone (D), until April 14, 1918 (died) Xenophon P. Wilfley (D), April 30, 1918 (appointed) – November 5, 1918 (successor elected) Selden P. Spencer (R), from November 6, 1918 (elected)

Montana

1. Henry L. Myers (D) 2. Thomas J. Walsh (D)

Nebraska

1. Gilbert M. Hitchcock (D) 2. George W. Norris (R)

Nevada

3. Francis G. Newlands (D), until December 24, 1917 (died) Charles B. Henderson (D), from January 12, 1918 (appointed and subsequently elected) 1. Key Pittman (D)

New Hampshire

3. Jacob H. Gallinger (R), until August 17, 1918 (died) Irving W. Drew (R), September 2, 1918 (appointed) – November 5, 1918 (successor elected) George H. Moses (R), from November 6, 1918 (elected) 2. Henry F. Hollis (D)

New Jersey

1. Joseph S. Frelinghuysen (R) 2. William Hughes (D), until January 30, 1918 (died) David Baird (R), from February 23, 1918 (Appointed, then elected)

New Mexico

2. Albert B. Fall (R) 1. Andrieus A. Jones (D)

New York

1. William M. Calder (R) 3. James W. Wadsworth, Jr. (R)

North Carolina

3. Lee S. Overman (D) 2. Furnifold M. Simmons (D)

North Dakota

3. Asle J. Gronna (R) 1. Porter J. McCumber (R)

Ohio

3. Warren G. Harding (R) 1. Atlee Pomerene (D)

Oklahoma

3. Thomas P. Gore (D) 2. Robert L. Owen (D)

Oregon

3. George E. Chamberlain (D) 2. Harry Lane (D), until May 23, 1917 (died) Charles L. McNary (R), May 29, 1917 (appointed) – November 5, 1918 (successor elected) Frederick W. Mulkey (R), November 6, 1918 (elected) – December 17, 1918 (resigned to give elected successor preferential seniority) Charles L. McNary (R), from December 18, 1918 (appointed, having already been elected to the next term)

Pennsylvania

1. Philander C. Knox (R) 3. Boies Penrose (R)

Rhode Island

2. LeBaron B. Colt (R) 1. Peter G. Gerry (D)

South Carolina

3. Ellison D. Smith (D) 2. Benjamin R. Tillman (D), until July 3, 1918 (died) Christie Benet (D), July 6, 1918 (appointed) – November 5, 1918 (successor elected) William P. Pollock (D), from November 6, 1918 (elected)

South Dakota

3. Edwin S. Johnson (D) 2. Thomas Sterling (R)

Tennessee

1. Kenneth D. McKellar (D) 2. John K. Shields (D)

Texas

1. Charles A. Culberson (D) 2. Morris Sheppard (D)

Utah

1. William H. King (D) 3. Reed Smoot (R)

Vermont

3. William P. Dillingham (R) 1. Carroll S. Page (R)

Virginia

2. Thomas S. Martin (D) 1. Claude A. Swanson (D)

Washington

3. Wesley L. Jones (R) 1. Miles Poindexter (R)

West Virginia

2. Nathan Goff (R) 1. Howard Sutherland (R)

Wisconsin

3. Paul O. Husting (D), until October 21, 1917 (died) Irvine Lenroot (R), from April 18, 1918 (appointed and subsequently elected) 1. Robert M. La Follette, Sr. (R)

Wyoming

1. John B. Kendrick (D) 2. Francis E. Warren (R)

Senate President Thomas R. Marshall Senate President pro tempore Willard Saulsbury, Jr. House of Representatives Alabama

1. Oscar Lee Gray (D) 2. S. Hubert Dent, Jr. (D) 3. Henry B. Steagall (D) 4. Fred L. Blackmon (D) 5. J. Thomas Heflin (D) 6. William B. Oliver (D) 7. John L. Burnett (D) 8. Edward B. Almon (D) 9. George Huddleston (D) 10. William B. Bankhead (D)

Arizona

At-large. Carl Hayden (D)

Arkansas

1. Thaddeus H. Caraway (D) 2. William A. Oldfield (D) 3. John N. Tillman (D) 4. Otis Wingo (D) 5. Henderson M. Jacoway (D) 6. Samuel M. Taylor (D) 7. William S. Goodwin (D)

California

1. Clarence F. Lea (D) 2. John E. Raker (D) 3. Charles F. Curry (R) 4. Julius Kahn (R) 5. John I. Nolan (R) 6. John A. Elston (Prog.) 7. Denver S. Church (D) 8. Everis A. Hayes (R) 9. Charles H. Randall (Prohibitionist) 10. Henry Z. Osborne (R) 11. William Kettner (D)

Colorado

1. Benjamin Clark Hilliard (D) 2. Charles Bateman Timberlake (R) 3. Edward Keating (D) 4. Edward Thomas Taylor (D)

Connecticut

1. Augustine Lonergan (D) 2. Richard P. Freeman (R) 3. John Q. Tilson (R) 4. Ebenezer J. Hill (R), until September 27, 1917 (died) Schuyler Merritt (R), from November 6, 1917 5. James P. Glynn (R)

Delaware

At-large. Albert F. Polk (D)

Florida

1. Herbert J. Drane (D) 2. Frank Clark (D) 3. Walter Kehoe (D) 4. William J. Sears (D)

Georgia

1. James W. Overstreet (D) 2. Frank Park (D) 3. Charles R. Crisp (D) 4. William C. Adamson (D), until December 18, 1917 (resigned) William C. Wright (D), from January 16, 1918 5. William S. Howard (D) 6. James W. Wise (D) 7. Gordon Lee (congressman) (D) 8. Charles H. Brand (D) 9. Thomas Montgomery Bell (D) 10. Carl Vinson (D) 11. John R. Walker (D) 12. William W. Larsen (D)

Idaho

At-large. Addison T. Smith (R) At-large. Burton L. French (R)

Illinois

1. Martin B. Madden (R) 2. James R. Mann (R) 3. William W. Wilson (R) 4. Charles Martin (D), until October 28, 1917 (died) John W. Rainey (D), from April 2, 1918 5. Adolph J. Sabath (D) 6. James McAndrews (D) 7. Niels Juul (R) 8. Thomas Gallagher (D) 9. Frederick A. Britten (R) 10. George E. Foss (R) 11. Ira C. Copley (R) 12. Charles Eugene Fuller (R) 13. John C. McKenzie (R) 14. William J. Graham (R) 15. Edward John King (R) 16. Clifford Ireland (R) 17. John A. Sterling (R), until October 17, 1918 (died), vacant thereafter 18. Joseph G. Cannon (R) 19. William B. McKinley (R) 20. Henry T. Rainey (D) 21. Loren E. Wheeler (R) 22. William A. Rodenberg (R) 23. Martin D. Foster (D) 24. Thomas S. Williams (R) 25. Edward E. Denison (R) At-large. Medill McCormick (R) At-large. William E. Mason (R)

Indiana

1. George K. Denton (D) 2. Oscar E. Bland (R) 3. William E. Cox (D) 4. Lincoln Dixon (D) 5. Everett Sanders (R) 6. Daniel Webster Comstock (R), until May 19, 1917 (died) Richard N. Elliott (R), from June 29, 1917 7. Merrill Moores (R) 8. Albert H. Vestal (R) 9. Fred S. Purnell (R) 10. William R. Wood (R) 11. Milton Kraus (R) 12. Louis W. Fairfield (R) 13. Henry A. Barnhart (D)

Iowa

1. Charles A. Kennedy (R) 2. Harry E. Hull (R) 3. Burton E. Sweet (R) 4. Gilbert N. Haugen (R) 5. James W. Good (R) 6. C. William Ramseyer (R) 7. Cassius C. Dowell (R) 8. Horace M. Towner (R) 9. William R. Green (R) 10. Frank P. Woods (R) 11. George Cromwell Scott (R)

Kansas

1. Daniel Read Anthony, Jr. (R) 2. Edward C. Little (R) 3. Philip P. Campbell (R) 4. Dudley Doolittle (D) 5. Guy T. Helvering (D) 6. John R. Connelly (D) 7. Jouett Shouse (D) 8. William A. Ayres (D)

Kentucky

1. Alben Barkley (D) 2. David Hayes Kincheloe (D) 3. Robert Y. Thomas, Jr. (D) 4. Ben Johnson (D) 5. J. Swagar Sherley (D) 6. Arthur B. Rouse (D) 7. J. Campbell Cantrill (D) 8. Harvey Helm (D), until March 3, 1919 (died) 9. William Jason Fields (D) 10. John W. Langley (R) 11. Caleb Powers (R)

Louisiana

1. Albert Estopinal (D) 2. Henry Garland Dupré (D) 3. Whitmell P. Martin (Prog.) 4. John Thomas Watkins (D) 5. Riley Joseph Wilson (D) 6. Jared Y. Sanders, Sr. (D) 7. Ladislas Lazaro (D) 8. James Benjamin Aswell (D)

Maine

1. Louis B. Goodall (R) 2. Wallace H. White, Jr. (R) 3. John A. Peters (R) 4. Ira G. Hersey (R)

Maryland

1. Jesse D. Price (D) 2. Joshua Frederick Cockey Talbott (D), until October 5, 1918 (died) Carville Benson (D), from November 5, 1918 3. Charles P. Coady (D) 4. J. Charles Linthicum (D) 5. Sydney Emanuel Mudd II (R) 6. Frederick N. Zihlman (R)

Massachusetts

1. Allen T. Treadway (R) 2. Frederick H. Gillett (R) 3. Calvin D. Paige (R) 4. Samuel E. Winslow (R) 5. John J. Rogers (R) 6. Augustus P. Gardner (R), until May 15, 1917 (resigned) Willfred W. Lufkin (R), from November 6, 1917 7. Michael F. Phelan (D) 8. Frederick W. Dallinger (R) 9. Alvan T. Fuller (R) 10. Peter F. Tague (D) 11. George H. Tinkham (R) 12. James A. Gallivan (D) 13. William H. Carter (R) 14. Richard Olney II (D) 15. William S. Greene (R) 16. Joseph Walsh (R)

Michigan

1. Frank E. Doremus (D) 2. Mark R. Bacon (R), until December 13, 1917 (lost recount) Samuel Beakes (D), from December 13, 1917 (won recount) 3. John M. C. Smith (R) 4. Edward L. Hamilton (R) 5. Carl Mapes (R) 6. Patrick H. Kelley (R) 7. Louis C. Cramton (R) 8. Joseph W. Fordney (R) 9. James C. McLaughlin (R) 10. Gilbert A. Currie (R) 11. Frank D. Scott (R) 12. W. Frank James (R) 13. Charles Archibald Nichols (R)

Minnesota

1. Sydney Anderson (R) 2. Franklin Ellsworth (R) 3. Charles Russell Davis (R) 4. Carl Van Dyke (D) 5. Ernest Lundeen (R) 6. Harold Knutson (R) 7. Andrew Volstead (R) 8. Clarence B. Miller (R) 9. Halvor Steenerson (R) 10. Thomas D. Schall (R)

Mississippi

1. Ezekiel S. Candler, Jr. (D) 2. Hubert D. Stephens (D) 3. Benjamin G. Humphreys II (D) 4. Thomas U. Sisson (D) 5. William Webb Venable (D) 6. Pat Harrison (D) 7. Percy E. Quin (D) 8. James W. Collier (D)

Missouri

1. Milton A. Romjue (D) 2. William W. Rucker (D) 3. Joshua Willis Alexander (D) 4. Charles F. Booher (D) 5. William Patterson Borland (D), until February 20, 1919 (died), vacant thereafter 6. Clement C. Dickinson (D) 7. Courtney W. Hamlin (D) 8. Dorsey W. Shackleford (D) 9. Champ Clark (D) 10. Jacob Edwin Meeker (R), until October 16, 1918 (died) Frederick Essen (R), from November 5, 1918 11. William Leo Igoe (D) 12. Leonidas C. Dyer (R) 13. Walter Lewis Hensley (D) 14. Joseph J. Russell (D) 15. Perl D. Decker (D) 16. Thomas L. Rubey (D)

Montana

At-large. John M. Evans (D) At-large. Jeannette Rankin (R)

Nebraska

1. C. Frank Reavis (R) 2. Charles O. Lobeck (D) 3. Dan V. Stephens (D) 4. Charles Henry Sloan (R) 5. Ashton C. Shallenberger (D) 6. Moses P. Kinkaid (R)

Nevada

At-large. Edwin E. Roberts (R)

New Hampshire

1. Cyrus A. Sulloway (R), until March 11, 1917 (died) Sherman Everett Burroughs (R), from May 29, 1917 2. Edward Hills Wason (R)

New Jersey

1. William J. Browning (R) 2. Isaac Bacharach (R) 3. Thomas J. Scully (D) 4. Elijah C. Hutchinson (R) 5. John H. Capstick (R), until March 17, 1918 (died) William F. Birch (R), from November 5, 1918 6. John R. Ramsey (R) 7. Dow H. Drukker (R) 8. Edward W. Gray (R) 9. Richard W. Parker (R) 10. Frederick R. Lehlbach (R) 11. John J. Eagan (D) 12. James A. Hamill (D)

New Mexico

At-large. William Bell Walton (D)

New York

1. Frederick C. Hicks (R) 2. C. Pope Caldwell (D) 3. Joseph V. Flynn (D) 4. Harry H. Dale (D), until January 6, 1919 (resigned), vacant thereafter 5. James P. Maher (D) 6. Frederick W. Rowe (R) 7. John J. Fitzgerald (D), until December 31, 1917 (resigned) John J. Delaney (D), from March 5, 1918 8. Daniel J. Griffin (D), until December 31, 1917 (resigned) William E. Cleary (D), from March 5, 1918 9. Oscar W. Swift (R) 10. Reuben L. Haskell (R) 11. Daniel J. Riordan (D) 12. Meyer London (Soc.) 13. Christopher D. Sullivan (D) 14. Fiorello H. LaGuardia (R) 15. Thomas Francis Smith (D), from April 12, 1917 16. Peter J. Dooling (D) 17. John F. Carew (D) 18. George B. Francis (R) 19. Walter M. Chandler (R) 20. Isaac Siegel (R) 21. George Murray Hulbert (D), until January 1, 1918 (resigned) Jerome F. Donovan (D), from March 5, 1918 22. Henry Bruckner (D), until December 31, 1917 (resigned) Anthony Griffin (D), from March 5, 1918 23. Daniel C. Oliver (D) 24. Benjamin L. Fairchild (R) 25. James W. Husted (R) 26. Edmund Platt (R) 27. Charles B. Ward (R) 28. Rollin B. Sanford (R) 29. James S. Parker (R) 30. George R. Lunn (D) 31. Bertrand H. Snell (R) 32. Luther W. Mott (R) 33. Homer P. Snyder (R) 34. George W. Fairchild (R) 35. Walter W. Magee (R) 36. Norman J. Gould (R) 37. Harry H. Pratt (R) 38. Thomas B. Dunn (R) 39. Archie D. Sanders (R) 40. S. Wallace Dempsey (R) 41. Charles B. Smith (D) 42. William F. Waldow (R) 43. Charles M. Hamilton (R)

North Carolina

1. John Humphrey Small (D) 2. Claude Kitchin (D) 3. George E. Hood (D) 4. Edward W. Pou (D) 5. Charles M. Stedman (D) 6. Hannibal L. Godwin (D) 7. Leonidas D. Robinson (D) 8. Robert L. Doughton (D) 9. Edwin Y. Webb (D) 10. Zebulon Weaver (D), until March 1, 1919 (lost election contest) James Jefferson Britt (R), from March 1, 1919 (won election contest)

North Dakota

1. Henry Thomas Helgesen (R), until April 10, 1917 (died) John Miller Baer (R), from July 20, 1917 2. George M. Young (R) 3. Patrick Daniel Norton (R)

Ohio

1. Nicholas Longworth (R) 2. Victor Heintz (R) 3. Warren Gard (D) 4. Benjamin F. Welty (D) 5. John S. Snook (D) 6. Charles C. Kearns (R) 7. Simeon D. Fess (R) 8. John A. Key (D) 9. Isaac R. Sherwood (D) 10. Robert M. Switzer (R) 11. Horatio C. Claypool (D) 12. Clement L. Brumbaugh (D) 13. Arthur W. Overmyer (D) 14. Elsworth R. Bathrick (D), until December 23, 1917 (died) Martin L. Davey (D), from November 5, 1918 15. George White (D) 16. Roscoe C. McCulloch (R) 17. William A. Ashbrook (D) 18. David Hollingsworth (R) 19. John G. Cooper (R) 20. William Gordon (D) 21. Robert Crosser (D) 22. Henry I. Emerson (R)

Oklahoma

1. Thomas Alberter Chandler (R) 2. William W. Hastings (D) 3. Charles D. Carter (D) 4. Tom D. McKeown (D) 5. Joseph Bryan Thompson (D) 6. Scott Ferris (D) 7. James V. McClintic (D) 8. Dick Thompson Morgan (R)

Oregon

1. Willis C. Hawley (R) 2. Nicholas J. Sinnott (R) 3. Clifton N. McArthur (R)

Pennsylvania

1. William S. Vare (R) 2. George S. Graham (R) 3. J. Hampton Moore (R) 4. George W. Edmonds (R) 5. Peter E. Costello (R) 6. George P. Darrow (R) 7. Thomas S. Butler (R) 8. Henry Winfield Watson (R) 9. William W. Griest (R) 10. John R. Farr (R) 11. Thomas W. Templeton (R) 12. Robert D. Heaton (R) 13. Arthur G. Dewalt (D) 14. Louis T. McFadden (Rep.) 15. Edgar R. Kiess (R) 16. John V. Lesher (D) 17. Benjamin K. Focht (R) 18. Aaron S. Kreider (R) 19. John M. Rose (R) 20. Andrew R. Brodbeck (D) 21. Charles H. Rowland (R) 22. Edward E. Robbins (R), until January 25, 1919 (died), vacant thereafter 23. Bruce F. Sterling (D) 24. Henry W. Temple (R) 25. Henry A. Clark (R) 26. Henry J. Steele (D) 27. Nathan L. Strong (R) 28. Orrin D. Bleakley (R), until April 3, 1917 (resigned) Earl Hanley Beshlin (D), from November 6, 1917 29. Stephen G. Porter (R) 30. M. Clyde Kelly (Prog.) 31. John M. Morin (R) 32. Guy E. Campbell (D) At-large. Thomas S. Crago (R) At-large. John R.K. Scott (R), until January 5, 1919 (resigned), vacant thereafter At-large. Joseph McLaughlin (R) At-large. Mahlon M. Garland (R)

Rhode Island

1. George Francis O'Shaunessy (D) 2. Walter Russell Stiness (R) 3. Ambrose Kennedy (R)

South Carolina

1. Richard S. Whaley (D) 2. James F. Byrnes (D) 3. Fred H. Dominick (D) 4. Samuel J. Nicholls (D) 5. William F. Stevenson (D) 6. J. Willard Ragsdale (D) 7. Asbury F. Lever (D)

South Dakota

1. Charles H. Dillon (R) 2. Royal C. Johnson (R) 3. Harry L. Gandy (D)

Tennessee

1. Sam R. Sells (R) 2. Richard W. Austin (R) 3. John Austin Moon (D) 4. Cordell Hull (D) 5. William C. Houston (D) 6. Joseph W. Byrns (D) 7. Lemuel Phillips Padgett (D) 8. Thetus Willrette Sims (D) 9. Finis J. Garrett (D) 10. Hubert Fisher (D)

Texas

1. Eugene Black (D) 2. Martin Dies (D) 3. James Young (D) 4. Sam Rayburn (D) 5. Hatton W. Sumners (D) 6. Rufus Hardy (D) 7. Alexander W. Gregg (D) 8. Joe H. Eagle (D) 9. Joseph J. Mansfield (D) 10. James P. Buchanan (D) 11. Tom T. Connally (D) 12. James Clifton Wilson (D), until March 3, 1919 (resigned to become a U.S. District Court judge), vacant thereafter 13. John Marvin Jones (D) 14. James L. Slayden (D) 15. John Nance Garner (D) 16. Thomas L. Blanton (D) At-large. Daniel E. Garrett (D) At-large. A. Jeff McLemore (D)

Utah

1. Milton H. Welling (D) 2. James Henry Mays (D)

Vermont

1. Frank L. Greene (R) 2. Porter H. Dale (R)

Virginia

1. William Atkinson Jones (D), until April 17, 1918 (died) S. Otis Bland (D), from July 2, 1918 2. Edward Everett Holland (D) 3. Andrew Jackson Montague (D) 4. Walter Allen Watson (D) 5. Edward W. Saunders (D) 6. Carter Glass (D), until December 16, 1918 (resigned) James P. Woods (D), from February 25, 1919 7. Thomas W. Harrison (D) 8. Charles Creighton Carlin (D) 9. C. Bascom Slemp (R) 10. Henry De Flood (D)

Washington

1. John F. Miller (R) 2. Lindley H. Hadley (R) 3. Albert Johnson (R) 4. William Leroy La Follette (R) 5. Clarence Cleveland Dill (D)

West Virginia

1. Matthew M. Neely (D) 2. George M. Bowers (R) 3. Stuart F. Reed (R) 4. Harry C. Woodyard (R) 5. Edward Cooper (R) 6. Adam B. Littlepage (D)

Wisconsin

1. Henry A. Cooper (R) 2. Edward Voigt (R) 3. John M. Nelson (R) 4. William J. Cary (R) 5. William H. Stafford (R) 6. James H. Davidson (R), until August 6, 1918 (died) Florian Lampert (R), from November 5, 1918 7. John Jacob Esch (R) 8. Edward E. Browne (R) 9. David G. Classon (R) 10. James A. Frear (R) 11. Irvine L. Lenroot (R), until April 17, 1918 (resigned) Adolphus P. Nelson (R), from November 5, 1918

Wyoming

At-large. Franklin Wheeler Mondell (R)

Non-voting members

Alaska Territory. Charles A. Sulzer (D), until January 7, 1919 (lost election contest) James Wickersham (R), from January 7, 1919 (won election contest) Hawaii Territory. Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole (R) Philippines. Jaime C. De Veyra Philippines. Teodoro R. Yangco Puerto Rico. Félix Córdova Dávila, (Unionist), from August

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