69th United States Congress - political parties

69th United States Congress - political parties

The Sixty-ninth United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, consisting of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, D.C. from March 4 1925 to March 3 1927, during the first two years of the second administration of U.S. President Calvin Coolidge.

The apportionment of seats in this House of Representatives was based on the Fourteenth Census of the United States in 1920. Both chambers had a Republican majority.

This article supplements the main article with a list of the members by political party.

:"See also: 69th United States Congress - State Delegations":"See also: United States Senate elections, 1924":"See also: United States House elections, 1924"

Dates of sessions

March 4 1925 - March 3 1927
*Special session of the Senate: March 4 1925 - March 18 1925
*First session: December 7 1925 - July 3 1926; November 10 1926 [The Senate met pursuant to adjournment for the purpose of sitting as a court of impeachment and adjourned the same day.]
*Second session: December 6 1926 - March 3 1927 — a lame duck sessionPrevious congress: 68th Congress
Next congress: 70th Congress

Party summary

The count below identifies party affiliations at the beginning of the first session of this Congress, and includes members from vacancies and newly admitted states, when they were first seated. Changes resulting from subsequent replacements are shown below in the "Changes in membership" section.

The list below is arranged by chamber, then by political party. Members are shown in alphabetical order.

enate

Senators were elected by the state legislatures every two years, with one-third beginning new six year terms with each Congress.


=Democratic=

:A-F
* Henry F. Ashurst (1874-1962), "Arizona"
* Thomas F. Bayard, Jr. (1868-1942), "Delaware"
* Coleman L. Blease (1868-1942), "South Carolina"
* Sam G. Bratton (1888-1963), "New Mexico"
* Edwin S. Broussard (1874-1934), "Louisiana"
* William Cabell Bruce (1860-1946), "Maryland"
* Thaddeus H. Caraway (1871-1931), "Arkansas"
* Royal S. Copeland (1868-1938), "New York"
* Clarence C. Dill (1884-1978), "Washington"
* Edward I. Edwards (1863-1931), "New Jersey"
* Woodbridge N. Ferris (1853-1928), "Michigan"
* Duncan U. Fletcher (1859-1936), "Florida" :G-L
* Walter F. George (1878-1957), " Georgia"
* Peter G. Gerry (1879-1957), "Rhode Island"
* Carter Glass (1858-1946), "Virginia"
* William J. Harris (1868-1932), " Georgia"
* B. Patton Harrison (1881-1941), "Mississippi"
* Harry B. Hawes (1869-1947), "Missouri" …elected to fill vacancy, December 6 1926.
* J. Thomas Heflin (1869-1951), "Alabama"
* Andrieus A. Jones (1862-1927), "New Mexico"
* John B. Kendrick (1857-1933), "Wyoming"
* William H. King (1863-1949), "Utah" :M-R
* Earle B. Mayfield (1881-1964), "Texas"
* Kenneth D. McKellar (1869-1957), "Tennessee"
* Matthew M. Neely (1874-1958), "West Virginia"
* Lee S. Overman (1854-1930), "North Carolina"
* Key Pittman (1872-1940), "Nevada"
* Samuel M. Ralston (1857-1925), "Indiana" ...died October 14 1925.
* Joseph E. Ransdell (1858-1954), "Louisiana"
* James A. Reed (1861-1944), "Missouri"
* Joseph T. Robinson (1872-1937), "Arkansas" :S-Z
* Morris Sheppard (1875-1941), "Texas"
* Furnifold McL. Simmons (1854-1940), "North Carolina"
* Ellison D. Smith (1864-1944), "South Carolina"
* Daniel F. Steck (1881-1950), "Iowa" …contested election, seated April 12 1926.
* Hubert D. Stephens (1875-1946), "Mississippi"
* Claude A. Swanson (1862-1939), "Virginia"
* Park Trammell (1876-1936), "Florida"
* Lawrence D. Tyson (1861-1929), "Tennessee"
* Oscar W. Underwood (1862-1929), "Alabama"
* David I. Walsh (1872-1947), "Massachusetts" …elected to fill vacancy, December 6 1926.
* Thomas J. Walsh (1859-1933), "Montana"
* Burton K. Wheeler (1882-1975), "Montana"


=Republican=

:A-F
* Hiram Bingham, III (1875-1956), "Connecticut"
* William E. Borah (1865-1940), "Idaho"
* Smith W. Brookhart (1869-1944), "Iowa" …contested election, served until April 12 1926.
* William M. Butler (1861-1937), "Massachusetts" …appointed to fill vacancy in preceding Congress.
* Ralph H. Cameron (1863-1953), "Arizona"
* Arthur Capper (1865-1951), "Kansas"
* James J. Couzens (1872-1936), "Michigan"
* Albert B. Cummins (1850-1926), "Iowa" …died July 30 1926.
* Charles Curtis (1860-1936), "Kansas"
* Porter H. Dale (1867-1933), "Vermont"
* Charles S. Deneen (1863-1940), "Illinois"
* T. Coleman du Pont (1863-1930), "Delaware"
* Walter E. Edge (1873-1956), "New Jersey"
* Richard P. Ernst (1858-1934), "Kentucky"
* Bert M. Fernald (1858-1926), "Maine" …died August 23 1926.
* Simeon D. Fess (1861-1936), "Ohio"
* Lynn J. Frazier (1874-1947), "North Dakota" :G-L
* Frederick H. Gillett (1851-1935), "Massachusetts"
* Guy D. Goff (1866-1933), "West Virginia"
* Frank R. Gooding (1859-1928), "Idaho"
* Arthur R. Gould (1857-1946), "Maine" …elected to fill vacancy, November 30 1926.
* Frank L. Greene (1870-1930), "Vermont"
* Frederick Hale (1874-1963), "Maine"
* John W. Harreld (1872-1950), "Oklahoma"
* Robert B. Howell (1864-1933), "Nebraska"
* Hiram W. Johnson (1866-1945), "California"
* Wesley L. Jones (1863-1932), "Washington"
* Henry W. Keyes (1863-1938), "New Hampshire"
* Robert M. La Follette, Sr. (1855-1925), "Wisconsin" …died June 18 1925.
* Robert M. La Follette, Jr. (1895-1953), "Wisconsin" …elected to fill vacancy, September 30 1925.
* Edwin F. Ladd (1859-1925), "North Dakota" …died June 22 1925.
* Irvine L. Lenroot (1869-1949), "Wisconsin" :M-R
* William B. McKinley (1856-1926), "Illinois" ...died December 7 1926.
* George P. McLean (1857-1932), "Connecticut"
* William H. McMaster (1877-1968), "South Dakota"
* Charles L. McNary (1874-1944), "Oregon"
* Rice W. Means (1877-1949), "Colorado"
* Jesse H. Metcalf (1860-1942), "Rhode Island"
* George H. Moses (1869-1944), "New Hampshire"
* Peter Norbeck (1870-1936), "South Dakota"
* George W. Norris (1861-1944), "Nebraska"
* Gerald P. Nye (1892-1971), "North Dakota" …appointed to fill vacancy, November 14 1925, subsequently elected.
* Tasker L. Oddie (1870-1950), "Nevada"
* George Wharton Pepper (1867-1961), "Pennsylvania"
* Lawrence C. Phipps (1862-1958), "Colorado"
* William B. Pine (1877-1942), "Oklahoma"
* David A. Reed (1880-1953), "Pennsylvania"
* Arthur R. Robinson (1881-1961), "Indiana" …appointed to fill vacancy, October 20 1925, subsequently elected.:S-Z
* Frederic M. Sackett (1868-1941), "Kentucky"
* Thomas D. Schall (1878-1935), "Minnesota"
* Samuel M. Shortridge (1861-1952), "California"
* Frank L. Smith (1867-1950), "Illinois" …appointed to fill vacancy, December 6 1926, never qualified.
* Reed Smoot (1862-1941), "Utah"
* Selden P. Spencer (1862-1925), "Missouri" …died May 16 1925.
* Robert N. Stanfield (1877-1945), "Oregon"
* David W. Stewart (1887-1974), "Iowa" …appointed to fill vacancy, August 7 1926, subsequently elected.
* James W. Wadsworth, Jr. (1877-1952), "New York"
* Francis E. Warren (1844-1929), "Wyoming"
* James E. Watson (1864-1948), "Indiana"
* Ovington E. Weller (1862-1947), "Maryland"
* George H. Williams (1871-1963), "Missouri" …appointed to fill vacancy, May 25 1925.
* Frank B. Willis (1871-1928), "Ohio"


=Farmer-Labor=

* Henrik Shipstead (1881-1960), "Minnesota"

House of Representatives

Members of the House of Representatives were elected by popular vote, variously to single member districts or at-large.


=Democratic=

:A-B-C
* Charles L. Abernethy (1872-1955), "North Carolina"
* Miles C. Allgood (1878-1977), "Alabama"
* Edward B. Almon (1860-1933), "Alabama"
* William W. Arnold (1877-1957), "Illinois"
* James B. Aswell (1869-1931), "Louisiana"
* Oscar L. Auf der Heide (1874-1945), "New Jersey"
* William A. Ayres (1867-1952), "Kansas"
* William B. Bankhead (1874-1940), "Alabama"
* Alben W. Barkley (1877-1956), "Kentucky"
* Thomas M. Bell (1861-1941), " Georgia"
* Eugene Black (1879-1975), "Texas"
* Loring M. Black, Jr. (1886-1956), "New York"
* Schuyler Otis Bland (1872-1950), "Virginia"
* Thomas L. Blanton (1872-1957), "Texas"
* Sol Bloom (1870-1949), "New York"
* William B. Bowling (1870-1946), "Alabama"
* John C. Box (1871-1941), "Texas"
* John J. Boylan (1878-1938), "New York"
* Charles H. Brand (1861-1933), " Georgia"
* Clay Stone Briggs (1876-1933), "Texas"
* Gordon W. Browning (1889-1976), "Tennessee"
* James P. Buchanan (1867-1937), "Texas"
* Alfred L. Bulwinkle (1883-1950), "North Carolina"
* T. Jefferson Busby (1884-1964), "Mississippi"
* Joseph W. Byrns, Sr. (1869-1936), "Tennessee"
* Harry C. Canfield (1875-1945), "Indiana"
* Clarence A. Cannon (1879-1964), "Missouri"
* John F. Carew (1873-1951), "New York"
* Charles D. Carter (1868-1929), "Oklahoma"
* Emanuel Celler (1888-1981), "New York"
* Virgil M. Chapman (1895-1951), "Kentucky"
* William E. Cleary (1849-1932), "New York"
* John J. Cochran (1880-1947), "Missouri" …elected to fill vacancy, November 2 1926.
* James W. Collier (1872-1933), "Mississippi"
* Ross A. Collins (1880-1968), "Mississippi"
* Thomas T. Connally (1877-1963), "Texas"
* William P. Connery, Jr. (1888-1937), "Massachusetts"
* Parker Corning (1874-1943), "New York"
* Edward E. Cox (1880-1952), " Georgia"
* Charles R. Crisp (1870-1937), " Georgia"
* Robert Crosser (1874-1957), "Ohio"
* Thomas H. Cullen (1868-1944), "New York" :D-E-F
* Martin L. Davey (1884-1946), "Ohio"
* Ewin L. Davis (1876-1949), "Tennessee"
* Joseph T. Deal (1860-1942), "Virginia"
* Clement C. Dickinson (1849-1938), "Missouri"
* Samuel Dickstein (1885-1954), "New York"
* Frederick H. Dominick (1877-1960), "South Carolina"
* Robert L. Doughton (1863-1954), "North Carolina"
* John J. Douglass (1873-1939), "Massachusetts"
* Thomas A. Doyle (1886-1935), "Illinois"
* Herbert J. Drane (1863-1947), "Florida"
* Patrick Henry Drewry (1875-1947), "Virginia"
* William J. Driver (1873-1948), "Arkansas"
* Charles G. Edwards (1878-1931), " Georgia"
* Edward E. Eslick (1872-1932), "Tennessee"
* John M. Evans (1863-1946), "Montana"
* Hubert F. Fisher (1877-1941), "Tennessee"
* T. Brooks Fletcher (1879-1945), "Ohio"
* Hampton P. Fulmer (1875-1944), "South Carolina" :G-H-I
* James A. Gallivan (1866-1928), "Massachusetts"
* Stephen W. Gambrill (1873-1938), "Maryland"
* Frank Gardner (1872-1937), "Indiana"
* John N. Garner (1868-1967), "Texas"
* Daniel E. Garrett (1869-1932), "Texas"
* Finis J. Garrett (1875-1956), "Tennessee"
* Allard H. Gasque (1873-1938), "South Carolina"
* Ralph W. E. Gilbert (1882-1939), "Kentucky"
* T. Alan Goldsborough (1877-1951), "Maryland"
* Robert A. Green (1892-1973), "Florida"
* Arthur H. Greenwood (1880-1963), "Indiana"
* Anthony J. Griffin (1866-1935), "New York"
* William C. Hammer (1865-1930), "North Carolina"
* Butler B. Hare (1875-1967), "South Carolina"
* Thomas W. Harrison (1856-1935), "Virginia"
* William W. Hastings (1866-1938), "Oklahoma"
* Harry B. Hawes (1869-1947), "Missouri" …resigned October 15 1926.
* Carl T. Hayden (1877-1972), "Arizona"
* J. Lister Hill (1894-1984), "Alabama"
* Samuel B. Hill (1875-1958), "Washington"
* Edgar Howard (1858-1951), "Nebraska"
* George Huddleston (1869-1960), "Alabama"
* Claude B. Hudspeth (1877-1941), "Texas"
* Cordell Hull (1871-1955), "Tennessee" :J-K-L
* Meyer Jacobstein (1880-1963), "New York"
* Lamar Jeffers (1888-1983), "Alabama"
* Ben Johnson (1858-1950), "Kentucky"
* Luther A. Johnson (1875-1965), "Texas"
* J. Marvin Jones (1886-1976), "Texas"
* Bolivar E. Kemp (1871-1933), "Louisiana"
* John H. Kerr (1873-1958), "North Carolina"
* David H. Kincheloe (1877-1950), "Kentucky"
* John J. Kindred (1864-1937), "New York"
* Stanley H. Kunz (1864-1946), "Illinois"
* Fritz G. Lanham (1880-1965), "Texas"
* William C. Lankford (1877-1964), " Georgia"
* William W. Larsen (1871-1938), " Georgia"
* Ladislas Lazaro (1872-1927), "Louisiana"
* Clarence F. Lea (1874-1964), "California"
* Gordon Lee (1859-1927), " Georgia"
* George W. Lindsay (1865-1938), "New York"
* J. Charles Linthicum (1867-1932), "Maryland"
* Chauncey B. Little (1877-1952), "Kansas"
* Bill G. Lowrey (1862-1947), "Mississippi"
* Ralph F. Lozier (1866-1945), "Missouri"
* Homer L. Lyon (1879-1956), "North Carolina" :M-N-O
* Samuel C. Major (1869-1931), "Missouri"
* Joseph J. Mansfield (1861-1947), "Texas"
* Whitmell P. Martin (1867-1929), "Louisiana"
* James V. McClintic (1878-1948), "Oklahoma"
* John McDuffie (1883-1950), "Alabama"
* Thomas D. McKeown (1878-1951), "Oklahoma"
* Thomas S. McMillan (1888-1939), "South Carolina"
* Samuel D. McReynolds (1872-1939), "Tennessee"
* John J. McSwain (1875-1936), "South Carolina"
* John McSweeney (1890-1969), "Ohio"
* James M. Mead (1885-1964), "New York"
* Jacob L. Milligan (1889-1951), "Missouri"
* Andrew J. Montague (1862-1937), "Virginia"
* Charles A. Mooney (1879-1931), "Ohio"
* John W. Moore (1877-1941), "Kentucky" …elected to fill vacancy, November 3 1925.
* R. Walton Moore (1859-1941), "Virginia"
* John H. Morehead (1861-1942), "Nebraska"
* John Morrow (1865-1935), "New Mexico"
* William L. Nelson (1875-1946), "Missouri"
* Mary T. Norton (1875-1959), "New Jersey"
* David J. O'Connell (1868-1930), "New York"
* Jeremiah E. O'Connell (1883-1964), "Rhode Island"
* James O'Connor (1870-1941), "Louisiana"
* John J. O'Connor (1885-1960), "New York"
* William A. Oldfield (1874-1928), "Arkansas"
* Frank Oliver (1883-1968), "New York"
* William B. Oliver (1867-1948), "Alabama" :P-Q-R
* Tilman B. Parks (1872-1950), "Arkansas"
* George C. Peery (1873-1952), "Virginia"
* Edward W. Pou (1863-1934), "North Carolina"
* Anning S. Prall (1870-1937), "New York"
* John F. Quayle (1868-1930), "New York"
* Percy E. Quin (1872-1932), "Mississippi"
* Heartsill Ragon (1885-1940), "Arkansas"
* Henry T. Rainey (1860-1934), "Illinois"
* John E. Raker (1863-1926), "California" …died January 22 1926.
* John E. Rankin (1882-1960), "Mississippi"
* Samuel T. Rayburn (1882-1961), "Texas"
* James B. Reed (1881-1935), "Arkansas"
* Milton A. Romjue (1874-1968), "Missouri"
* Arthur B. Rouse (1874-1956), "Kentucky"
* Thomas L. Rubey (1862-1928), "Missouri"
* Samuel Rutherford (1870-1932), " Georgia" :S-T-U-V
* Adolph J. Sabath (1866-1952), "Illinois"
* Morgan G. Sanders (1878-1956), "Texas"
* John N. Sandlin (1872-1957), "Louisiana"
* William J. Sears (1874-1944), "Florida"
* Ashton C. Shallenberger (1862-1938), "Nebraska"
* John H. Smithwick (1872-1948), "Florida"
* Andrew L. Somers (1895-1949), "New York"
* J. Zach Spearing (1864-1942), "Louisiana"
* Henry B. Steagall (1873-1943), "Alabama"
* Charles M. Stedman (1841-1930), "North Carolina"
* William F. Stevenson (1861-1942), "South Carolina"
* Christopher D. Sullivan (1870-1942), "New York"
* Hatton W. Sumners (1875-1962), "Texas"
* Fletcher B. Swank (1875-1950), "Oklahoma"
* Edward T. Taylor (1858-1941), "Colorado"
* J. Alfred Taylor (1878-1956), "West Virginia"
* J. W. Elmer Thomas (1876-1965), "Oklahoma"
* Robert Y. Thomas, Jr. (1855-1925), "Kentucky" …died September 3 1925, before Congress assembled.
* John N. Tillman (1859-1929), "Arkansas"
* Henry St. George Tucker, III (1853-1932), "Virginia"
* Millard E. Tydings (1890-1961), "Maryland"
* Mell G. Underwood (1892-1972), "Ohio"
* William D. Upshaw (1866-1952), " Georgia"
* Carl Vinson (1883-1981), " Georgia"
* Frederick M. Vinson (1890-1953), "Kentucky" :W-X-Y-Z
* Lindsay C. Warren (1889-1976), "North Carolina"
* Zebulon Weaver (1872-1948), "North Carolina"
* Royal H. Weller (1881-1929), "New York"
* Joseph Whitehead (1867-1938), "Virginia"
* William M. Whittington (1878-1962), "Mississippi"
* Guinn Williams (1871-1948), "Texas"
* Riley J. Wilson (1871-1946), "Louisiana"
* T. Webber Wilson (1893-1948), "Mississippi"
* Otis T. Wingo (1877-1930), "Arkansas"
* Clifton A. Woodrum (1887-1950), "Virginia"
* William C. Wright (1866-1933), " Georgia"


=Republican=

:A-B-C
* Ernest R. Ackerman (1863-1931), "New Jersey"
* Charles Adkins (1863-1941), "Illinois"
* Richard S. Aldrich (1884-1941), "Rhode Island"
* John C. Allen (1860-1939), "Illinois"
* August H. Andresen (1890-1958), "Minnesota"
* A. Piatt Andrew, Jr. (1873-1936), "Massachusetts"
* Daniel R. Anthony, Jr. (1870-1931), "Kansas"
* Stewart H. Appleby (1890-1964), "New Jersey" …elected to fill vacancy, November 3 1925.
* T. Frank Appleby "New Jersey" ...died December 14 1924, before the beginning of the Congress.
* Samuel S. Arentz (1879-1934), "Nevada"
* Isaac Bacharach (1870-1956), "New Jersey"
* Carl G. Bachmann (1890-1980), "West Virginia"
* Robert L. Bacon (1884-1938), "New York"
* Ralph E. Bailey (1878-1948), "Missouri"
* Henry E. Barbour (1877-1945), "California"
* Joseph D. Beck (1866-1936), "Wisconsin"
* Carroll L. Beedy (1880-1947), "Maine"
* Edward M. Beers (1877-1932), "Pennsylvania"
* James T. Begg (1877-1963), "Ohio"
* Harris J. Bixler (1870-1941), "Pennsylvania"
* William D. Boies (1857-1932), "Iowa"
* Henry L. Bowles (1866-1932), "Massachusetts" …elected to fill vacancy, September 29 1925.
* Frank L. Bowman (1879-1936), "West Virginia"
* Charles Brand (1871-1966), "Ohio"
* Elbert S. Brigham (1877-1962), "Vermont"
* Frederick A. Britten (1871-1946), "Illinois"
* Edward E. Browne (1868-1945), "Wisconsin"
* George F. Brumm (1880-1934), "Pennsylvania"
* Clark Burdick (1868-1948), "Rhode Island"
* Olger B. Burtness (1884-1960), "North Dakota"
* Theodore E. Burton (1851-1929), "Ohio"
* Thomas S. Butler (1855-1928), "Pennsylvania"
* Guy E. Campbell (1871-1940), "Pennsylvania"
* Edmund N. Carpenter (1865-1952), "Pennsylvania"
* Albert E. Carter (1881-1964), "California"
* William W. Chalmers (1861-1944), "Ohio"
* Carl R. Chindblom (1870-1956), "Illinois"
* Charles A. Christopherson (1871-1951), "South Dakota"
* George B. Churchill (1866-1925), "Massachusetts" …died July 1 1925, before Congress assembled.
* Frank Clague (1865-1952), "Minnesota"
* Cyrenus Cole (1863-1939), "Iowa"
* Don B. Colton (1876-1952), "Utah"
* James J. Connolly (1881-1952), "Pennsylvania"
* Henry Allen Cooper (1850-1931), "Wisconsin"
* John G. Cooper (1872-1955), "Ohio"
* William R. Coyle (1878-1962), "Pennsylvania"
* Louis C. Cramton (1875-1966), "Michigan"
* Frank Crowther (1870-1955), "New York"
* Maurice E. Crumpacker (1886-1927), "Oregon"
* Charles F. Curry (1858-1930), "California" :D-E-F
* Frederick W. Dallinger (1871-1955), "Massachusetts" …elected to fill vacancy, November 2 1926.
* George P. Darrow (1859-1943), "Pennsylvania"
* Frederick M. Davenport (1866-1956), "New York"
* S. Wallace Dempsey (1862-1949), "New York"
* Edward E. Denison (1873-1953), "Illinois"
* Lester J. Dickinson (1873-1968), "Iowa"
* Cassius C. Dowell (1864-1940), "Iowa"
* Leonidas C. Dyer (1871-1957), "Missouri"
* Charles A. Eaton (1868-1953), "New Jersey"
* Richard N. Elliott (1873-1948), "Indiana"
* Edgar C. Ellis (1854-1947), "Missouri"
* Harry L. Englebright (1884-1943), "California" …elected to fill vacancy, August 31 1926.
* Charles J. Esterly (1888-1940), "Pennsylvania"
* Benjamin L. Fairchild (1863-1946), "New York"
* Charles L. Faust (1879-1928), "Missouri"
* E. Hart Fenn (1856-1939), "Connecticut"
* Hamilton Fish, Jr. (1888-1991), "New York"
* Roy G. Fitzgerald (1875-1962), "Ohio"
* William T. Fitzgerald (1858-1939), "Ohio"
* Lawrence J. Flaherty (1878-1926), "California" …died June 13 1926.
* Franklin W. Fort (1880-1937), "New Jersey"
* Frank H. Foss (1865-1947), "Massachusetts"
* James A. Frear (1861-1939), "Wisconsin"
* John D. Fredericks (1869-1945), "California"
* Arthur M. Free (1879-1953), "California"
* Richard P. Freeman (1869-1944), "Connecticut"
* Burton L. French (1875-1954), "Idaho"
* Louis A. Frothingham (1871-1928), "Massachusetts"
* Charles E. Fuller (1849-1926), "Illinois" …died June 25 1926.
* Frank H. Funk (1869-1940), "Illinois"
* Allen J. Furlow (1890-1954), "Minnesota" :G-H-I
* Milton C. Garber (1867-1948), "Oklahoma"
* Ernest Willard Gibson (1872-1940), "Vermont"
* Charles L. Gifford (1871-1947), "Massachusetts"
* James P. Glynn (1867-1930), "Connecticut"
* Benjamin M. Golder (1891-1946), "Pennsylvania"
* Godfrey G. Goodwin (1873-1933), "Minnesota"
* John J. Gorman (1883-1949), "Illinois"
* George S. Graham (1850-1931), "Pennsylvania"
* William R. Green (1856-1947), "Iowa"
* William W. Griest (1858-1929), "Pennsylvania"
* Lindley H. Hadley (1861-1948), "Washington"
* Fletcher Hale (1883-1931), "New Hampshire"
* Albert R. Hall (1884-1969), "Indiana"
* Thomas Hall (1869-1958), "North Dakota"
* Guy U. Hardy (1872-1947), "Colorado"
* Gilbert N. Haugen (1859-1933), "Iowa"
* Willis C. Hawley (1864-1941), "Oregon"
* Ira G. Hersey (1858-1943), "Maine"
* Andrew J. Hickey (1872-1942), "Indiana"
* John Philip Hill (1879-1941), "Maryland"
* Homer Hoch (1879-1949), "Kansas"
* David Hogg (1886-1973), "Indiana"
* William P. Holaday (1882-1946), "Illinois"
* Joseph L. Hooper (1877-1934), "Michigan" …elected to fill vacancy, August 18 1925.
* Robert G. Houston (1867-1946), "Delaware"
* Grant M. Hudson (1868-1955), "Michigan"
* Morton D. Hull (1867-1937), "Illinois"
* William E. Hull (1866-1942), "Illinois"
* Edward M. Irwin (1869-1933), "Illinois" :J-K-L
* W. Frank James (1873-1945), "Michigan"
* Thomas A. Jenkins (1880-1959), "Ohio"
* Albert Johnson (1869-1957), "Washington"
* Noble J. Johnson (1887-1968), "Indiana"
* Royal C. Johnson (1882-1939), "South Dakota"
* William R. Johnson (1875-1938), "Illinois"
* Florence P. Kahn (1866-1948), "California" …elected to fill vacancy, February 17 1925.
* Julius Kahn (1861-1924), "California" …died December 18 1924, in the preceding Congress.
* Charles C. Kearns (1869-1931), "Ohio"
* Oscar E. Keller (1878-1927), "Minnesota"
* M. Clyde Kelly (1883-1935), "Pennsylvania"
* Samuel A. Kendall (1859-1933), "Pennsylvania"
* John C. Ketcham (1873-1941), "Michigan"
* Charles E. Kiefner (1869-1942), "Missouri"
* Edgar R. Kiess (1875-1930), "Pennsylvania"
* Edward J. King (1867-1929), "Illinois"
* Andrew J. Kirk (1866-1933), "Kentucky" …elected to fill vacancy, February 13 1926.
* Harold Knutson (1880-1953), "Minnesota"
* William F. Kopp (1869-1938), "Iowa"
* J. Banks Kurtz (1867-1960), "Pennsylvania"
* Florian Lampert (1863-1930), "Wisconsin"
* John W. Langley (1868-1932), "Kentucky" …resigned January 11 1926.
* Elmer O. Leatherwood (1872-1929), "Utah"
* Scott Leavitt (1879-1966), "Montana"
* Frederick R. Lehlbach (1876-1937), "New Jersey"
* F. Dickinson Letts (1875-1965), "Iowa"
* Walter F. Lineberger (1883-1943), "California"
* Nicholas Longworth (1869-1931), "Ohio"
* Robert Luce (1862-1946), "Massachusetts" :M-N-O
* Clarence MacGregor (1872-1952), "New York"
* Martin B. Madden (1855-1928), "Illinois"
* James M. Magee (1877-1949), "Pennsylvania"
* Walter W. Magee (1861-1927), "New York"
* Frederick W. Magrady (1863-1954), "Pennsylvania"
* Joe J. Manlove (1876-1956), "Missouri"
* Carl E. Mapes (1874-1939), "Michigan"
* Joseph W. Martin, Jr. (1884-1968), "Massachusetts"
* Louis T. McFadden (1876-1936), "Pennsylvania"
* James C. McLaughlin (1858-1932), "Michigan"
* Melvin O. McLaughlin (1876-1928), "Nebraska"
* Clarence J. McLeod (1895-1959), "Michigan"
* Franklin Menges (1858-1956), "Pennsylvania"
* Schuyler Merritt (1853-1953), "Connecticut"
* M. Alfred Michaelson (1878-1949), "Illinois"
* Earl C. Michener (1876-1957), "Michigan"
* John F. Miller (1862-1936), "Washington"
* Ogden L. Mills (1884-1937), "New York"
* Samuel J. Montgomery (1896-1957), "Oklahoma"
* C. Ellis Moore (1884-1941), "Ohio"
* William M. Morgan (1870-1935), "Ohio"
* John M. Morin (1868-1942), "Pennsylvania"
* B. Frank Murphy (1867-1938), "Ohio"
* John E. Nelson (1874-1955), "Maine"
* John M. Nelson (1870-1955), "Wisconsin"
* Cleveland A. Newton (1873-1945), "Missouri"
* Walter H. Newton (1880-1941), "Minnesota" :P-Q-R
* James S. Parker (1867-1933), "New York"
* Francis F. Patterson, Jr. (1867-1935), "New Jersey"
* Hubert H. Peavey (1881-1937), "Wisconsin"
* Randolph Perkins (1871-1936), "New Jersey"
* Nathan D. Perlman (1887-1952), "New York"
* Thomas W. Phillips, Jr. (1874-1956), "Pennsylvania"
* Stephen G. Porter (1869-1930), "Pennsylvania"
* Harcourt J. Pratt (1866-1934), "New York"
* Fred S. Purnell (1882-1939), "Indiana"
* C. William Ramseyer (1875-1943), "Iowa"
* Harry C. Ransley (1863-1941), "Pennsylvania"
* Henry R. Rathbone (1870-1928), "Illinois"
* B. Carroll Reece (1889-1961), "Tennessee"
* Daniel A. Reed (1875-1959), "New York"
* Frank R. Reid (1879-1945), "Illinois"
* Thomas J. B. Robinson (1868-1958), "Iowa"
* John M. Robsion (1873-1948), "Kentucky"
* Edith Nourse Rogers (1881-1960), "Massachusetts" …elected to fill vacancy, June 30 1925.
* John Jacob Rogers (1881-1925), "Massachusetts" …died March 28 1925, before Congress assembled.
* Harry E. Rowbottom (1884-1934), "Indiana" :S-T-U-V
* Archie D. Sanders (1857-1941), "New York"
* John C. Schafer (1893-1962), "Wisconsin"
* George J. Schneider (1877-1939), "Wisconsin"
* Frank D. Scott (1878-1951), "Michigan"
* Willis G. Sears (1860-1949), "Nebraska"
* George N. Seger (1866-1940), "New Jersey"
* Milton W. Shreve (1858-1939), "Pennsylvania"
* Robert G. Simmons (1891-1969), "Nebraska"
* James H. Sinclair (1871-1943), "North Dakota"
* Nicholas J. Sinnott (1870-1929), "Oregon"
* Addison T. Smith (1862-1956), "Idaho"
* Bertrand H. Snell (1870-1958), "New York"
* John B. Sosnowski (1883-1968), "Michigan"
* John C. Speaks (1859-1945), "Ohio"
* Elliott W. Sproul (1856-1935), "Illinois"
* William H. Sproul (1867-1932), "Kansas"
* Gale H. Stalker (1889-1985), "New York"
* Ambrose E.B. Stephens (1862-1927), "Ohio" …died February 12 1927.
* George R. Stobbs (1877-1966), "Massachusetts"
* James G. Strong (1870-1938), "Kansas"
* Nathan L. Strong (1859-1939), "Pennsylvania"
* James French Strother (1868-1930), "West Virginia"
* John W. Summers (1870-1937), "Washington"
* Joshua W. Swartz (1867-1959), "Pennsylvania"
* Thaddeus C. Sweet (1872-1928), "New York"
* Philip D. Swing (1884-1963), "California"
* William I. Swoope (1862-1930), "Pennsylvania"
* John Taber (1880-1965), "New York"
* Herbert W. Taylor (1869-1931), "New Jersey"
* J. Will Taylor (1880-1939), "Tennessee"
* Henry W. Temple (1864-1955), "Pennsylvania"
* Maurice H. Thatcher (1870-1973), "Kentucky"
* Harry I. Thayer (1869-1926), "Massachusetts" …died March 10 1926.
* Charles J. Thompson (1862-1932), "Ohio"
* Lloyd Thurston (1880-1970), "Iowa"
* John Q. Tilson (1866-1958), "Connecticut"
* Charles B. Timberlake (1854-1941), "Colorado"
* Jasper N. Tincher (1878-1951), "Kansas"
* George Holden Tinkham (1870-1956), "Massachusetts"
* Harold S. Tolley (1894-1956), "New York"
* Allen T. Treadway (1867-1947), "Massachusetts"
* Charles L. Underhill (1867-1946), "Massachusetts"
* Ralph E. Updike (1894-1953), "Indiana"
* William N. Vaile (1876-1927), "Colorado"
* William S. Vare (1867-1934), "Pennsylvania"
* Albert H. Vestal (1875-1932), "Indiana"
* Bird J. Vincent (1880-1931), "Michigan"
* Edward Voigt (1873-1934), "Wisconsin" :W-X-Y-Z
* J. Mayhew Wainwright (1864-1945), "New York"
* Anderson H. Walters (1862-1927), "Pennsylvania"
* Edward H. Wason (1865-1941), "New Hampshire"
* Laurence H. Watres (1882-1964), "Pennsylvania"
* Henry W. Watson (1856-1933), "Pennsylvania"
* Richard J. Welch (1869-1949), "California" …elected to fill vacancy, August 31 1926.
* George A. Welsh (1878-1970), "Pennsylvania"
* Loren E. Wheeler (1862-1932), "Illinois"
* Hays B. White (1855-1930), "Kansas"
* Wallace H. White, Jr. (1877-1952), "Maine"
* Arthur B. Williams (1872-1925), "Michigan" …died May 1 1925, before Congress assembled.
* Thomas S. Williams (1872-1940), "Illinois"
* William Williamson (1875-1972), "South Dakota"
* Charles E. Winter (1870-1948), "Wyoming"
* John M. Wolverton (1872-1944), "West Virginia"
* William R. Wood (1861-1933), "Indiana"
* Roy O. Woodruff (1876-1953), "Michigan"
* Harry C. Woodyard (1867-1929), "West Virginia"
* Harry M. Wurzbach (1874-1931), "Texas"
* Adam M. Wyant (1869-1935), "Pennsylvania"
* Richard Yates (1860-1936), "Illinois"
* Frederick N. Zihlman (1879-1935), "Maryland"


=Farmer-Labor=

* William L. Carss (1865-1931), "Minnesota"
* Ole J. Kvale (1869-1929), "Minnesota"
* Knud Wefald (1869-1936), "Minnesota"


=American Labor=

* Fiorello H. La Guardia (1882-1947), "New York"

Socialist

* Victor L. Berger (1860-1929), "Wisconsin"

References


*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of Political Parties in the United States Congress|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1989|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =
*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of United States Congressional Districts|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1982|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =

External links

* [http://www.gpoaccess.gov/serialset/cdocuments/hd108-222/index.html Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress]
* [http://clerk.house.gov/art_history/house_history/index.html U.S. House of Representatives: House History]
* [http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/reference/two_column_table/stats_and_lists.htm U.S. Senate: Statistics and Lists]


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