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Johnson, Edwin Carl, 1884-

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Johnson, Edwin Carl, 1884-1970

Stereograph of group of Senators at a Dinner Table

Stereograph of a group of men at a dinner table. Printed on back of card: Ed Johnson tried to sell a bill of goods, Jim Meade is skeptical, Carl Hatch and Bob La Follette listen to the President Pro-Tempore. That's Wallace White watching Joe Martin take of drink of water. From: Lowell Mason's Stereographic Library, Annual Baseball Outing, Volumes I and II. Photographs are of Baseball, Clam and Chowder Club of the United States Senate, of which Harry S. Truman was a member.

President Harry S. Truman with Democratic Senators

President Harry S. Truman meets with Democratic Party Senators in the Oval Office, shortly after becoming President. First row (seated): unidentified; Glen H. Taylor. Second row (kneeling): two unidentified men; Joseph C. O'Mahoney; Dennis Chavez; Sheridan Downey; Warren Magnuson; and Claude Pepper. Third row: Carl Hatch; Joseph Guffey; unidentified; Allen Ellender; Kenneth McKellar; President Truman; Theodore Bilbo; Pat McCarran; Josiah Bailey; and Peter Gerry.

President Harry S. Truman with Democratic Senators

President Harry S. Truman meets with Democratic Party Senators in the Oval Office, shortly after becoming President. First row (seated): unidentified; Glen H. Taylor. Second row (kneeling): two unidentified men; Joseph C. O'Mahoney; Dennis Chavez; Sheridan Downey; Warren Magnuson; and Claude Pepper. Third row: Carl Hatch; Joseph Guffey; unidentified; Allen Ellender; Kenneth McKellar; President Truman; Theodore Bilbo; Pat McCarran; Josiah Bailey; and Peter Gerry.

Dean Acheson signs Tripartite Security Treaty (ANZUS)

Secretary of State Dean Acheson is shown signing Tripartite Security Treaty (ANZUS). Left to right, behind Acheson are: unidentified, Sen. Edwin C. Johnson, John Foster Dulles, Sen. Alexander Wiley, unidentified. Back row, Sen. H. Alexander Smith, Sen. John Sparkman, unidentified. The ANZUS treaty (a defense treaty signed by Australia, New Zealand and the United States) was created from discussions that occurred between 1949 and culminating in the signing of the treaty on September 1, 1951, at San Francisco, California. (See also 96-1185.)

John Foster Dulles signs the Tripartite Security Treaty (ANZUS)

John Foster Dulles is shown signing the Tripartite Security Treaty (ANZUS), a defense treaty signed by Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, which was created from discussions that occurred between 1949 and culminating in the signing of the treaty on Sept. 1, 1951, in San Francisco, California. Surrounding Mr. Dulles are, left to right, unidentified, Sen. Edwin C. Johnson, Sen Alexander Wiley, and Secretary of State Dean Acheson. In the back row are an unidentified person and Sen. John Sparkman. (See also 96-1186.)

Luncheon for Warren and Brown

Left to right: Senator Edwin C. Johnson; Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney; Bruce K. Brown, former Deputy Administrator, Petroleum Administration for Defense; Secretary of the Interior Oscar Chapman; J. Ed Warren, Deputy Administrator, Petroleum Administration for Defense; and Vice President Alben Barkley at a luncheon in honor of Brown and Warren in the Secretary of the Senate's office.

Birthday Breakfast at Statler Hotel

The 61st birthday breakfast party for A.B. Hirschfeld at the Statler Hotel in Washington, D.C. Back row, standing, left to right: Barnet Nover; Emil M. Schneider; Edward Jacobson; Earl R. Howsam; Maurice Bisgyer; Moses E. Smith, Superintendent, Denver Mint; Dr. Neal Bishop; Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan; Edward E. Grusd; A. B. Hirschfeld; Wayne N. Aspinall; Harry A. Zinn; Judge Norris C. Bakke; and Phil J. Rodgers; Seated, rear, left to right: LaMoine M. Dowling; and Under Secretary of the Interior Oscar Chapman. Seated, front, left to right: John H. Marsalis; John J.