67th United States Congress

67th United States Congress

The Sixty-seventh 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 1921 to March 4 1923, during the first two years of the administration of U.S. President Warren G. Harding.

The apportionment of seats in this House of Representatives was based on the Thirteenth Census of the United States in 1910. Both chambers had a Republican majority.

Dates of sessions

March 4 1921 - March 4 1923
*Special session of the Senate: March 4 1921 - March 15 1921
*First session: April 11 1921 - November 23 1921
*Second session: December 5 1921 - September 22 1922
*Third session: November 20 1922 - December 4 1922 — a lame duck session
*Fourth session: December 4 1922 - March 4 1923 — a lame duck sessionPrevious: 66th Congress • Next: 68th 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.

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*Republican "(R)": 59 "(majority)"
*Democratic "(D)": 37TOTAL members: 96

House of Representatives

*Republican "(R)": 302 "(majority)"
*Independent Republican "(IR)": 1
*Democratic "(D)": 131
*Socialist "(S)": 1TOTAL members: 435

Leadership

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*President: Calvin Coolidge (R)
*President "pro tempore": Albert B. Cummins (R)

Majority (Republican) leadership

*Majority Leader: Henry Cabot Lodge
*Majority Whip: Charles Curtis

Minority (Democratic) leadership

*Minority Leader: Oscar Underwood
*Minority Whip: Peter G. Gerry

House of Representatives

*Speaker: Frederick H. Gillett (R)

Majority (Republican) leadership

*Majority Leader: Franklin Mondell

Minority (Democratic) leadership

*Minority Leader: Claude Kitchin

Major events

*March 4 1921Warren G. Harding inugurated as President of the United States

Major legislation

* 1921-05-19Emergency Quota Act (Johnson Quota Act), Sess. 1, ch. 8, USStat|42|5
* 1921-05-27Emergency Tariff of 1921, Sess. 1, ch. 14, USStat|42|9
* 1921-08-24Future Trading Act, Sess. 1, ch. 86, USStat|42|187
* 1921-11-23Revenue Act of 1921, Sess. 1, ch. 136, USStat|42|227
* 1922-09-21Fordney-McCumber tariff, Sess. 2, ch. 356, USStat|42|858
* 1922-09-21Grain Futures Act, Sess. 2, ch. 369, USStat|42|998
* 1922-09-22Cable Act (Married Women’s Citizenship Act), Sess. 2, ch. 411, USStat|42|1021

Members

This list is arranged by chamber, then by state. Senators are listed in order of seniority, and Representatives are listed by district.:"See also: 67th United States Congress - political parties":"See also: 67th United States Congress - State Delegations":"See also: United States Senate elections, 1920":"See also: United States House elections, 1920"

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Senators were elected every two years, with one-third beginning new six year terms with each Congress. Preceding the names in the list below are Senate class numbers, which indicate the cycle of their election. In this Congress, Class 1 meant their term ended with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1922; Class 2 meant their term began in the last Congress, requiring reelection in 1924; and Class 3 meant their term began with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1926.


=Alabama=

*3: Oscar W. Underwood (D)
*2: J. Thomas Heflin (D)


=Arizona=

*1: Henry F. Ashurst (D)
*3: Ralph H. Cameron (R)


=Arkansas=

*2: Joseph T. Robinson (D)
*3: Thaddeus H. Caraway (D)


=California=

*1: Hiram W. Johnson (R)
*3: Samuel M. Shortridge (R)


=Colorado=

*2: Lawrence C. Phipps (R)
*3: Samuel D. Nicholson (R)


=Connecticut=

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


=Delaware=

*1: Josiah O. Wolcott (D)
*: T. Coleman du Pont (R)
*: Thomas F. Bayard, Jr. (D)
*2: L. Heisler Ball (R)


=Florida=

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


=Georgia=

*2: William J. Harris (D)
*3: Thomas E. Watson (D)
*: Rebecca L. Felton (D)
*: Walter F. George (D)


=Idaho=

*2: William E. Borah (R)
*3: Frank R. Gooding (R)


=Illinois=

*2: J. Medill McCormick (R)
*3: William B. McKinley (R)


=Indiana=

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


=Iowa=

*3: Albert B. Cummins (R)
*2: William S. Kenyon (R)
*: Charles A. Rawson (R)
*: Smith W. Brookhart (R)


=Kansas=

*3: Charles Curtis (R)
*2: Arthur Capper (R)


=Kentucky=

*2: Augustus O. Stanley (D)
*3: Richard P. Ernst (R)


=Louisiana=

*2: Joseph E. Ransdell (D)
*3: Edwin S. Broussard (D)


=Maine=

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


=Maryland=

*1: Joseph I. France (R)
*3: Ovington E. Weller (R)


=Massachusetts=

*1: Henry Cabot Lodge (R)
*2: David I. Walsh (D)


=Michigan=

*1: Charles E. Townsend (R)
*2: Truman H. Newberry (R)
*: James J. Couzens (R)


=Minnesota=

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


=Mississippi=

*1: John Sharp Williams (D)
*2: B. Patton Harrison (D)


=Missouri=

*1: James A. Reed (D)
*3: Selden P. Spencer (R)


=Montana=

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


=Nebraska=

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

Nevada

*1: Key Pittman (D)
*3: Tasker L. Oddie (R)


=New Hampshire=

*3: George H. Moses (R)
*2: Henry W. Keyes (R)


=New Jersey=

*1: Joseph S. Frelinghuysen (R)
*2: Walter E. Edge (R)


=New Mexico=

*2: Albert B. Fall (R)
*: Holm O. Bursum (R)
*1: Andrieus A. Jones (D)


=New York=

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


=North Carolina=

*2: Furnifold McL. Simmons (D)
*3: Lee S. Overman (D)


=North Dakota=

*1: Porter J. McCumber (R)
*3: Edwin F. Ladd (R)


=Ohio=

*1: Atlee Pomerene (D)
*3: Frank B. Willis (R)


=Oklahoma=

*2: Robert L. Owen (D)
*3: John W. Harreld (R)


=Oregon=

*2: Charles L. McNary (R)
*3: Robert N. Stanfield (R)


=Pennsylvania=

*3: Boies Penrose (R)
*: George Wharton Pepper (R)
*1: Philander C. Knox (R)
*: William E. Crow (R)
*: David A. Reed (R)


=Rhode Island=

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


=South Carolina=

*3: Ellison D. Smith (D)
*2: Nathaniel B. Dial (D)


=South Dakota=

*2: Thomas Sterling (R)
*3: Peter Norbeck (R)


=Tennessee=

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


=Texas=

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


=Utah=

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


=Vermont=

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


=Virginia=

*1: Claude A. Swanson (D)
*2: Carter Glass (D)


=Washington=

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


=West Virginia=

*1: Howard Sutherland (R)
*2: Davis Elkins (R)


=Wisconsin=

*1: Robert M. La Follette, Sr. (R)
*3: Irvine L. Lenroot (R)


=Wyoming=

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

House of Representatives

The names of members of the House of Representatives elected statewide on the general ticket or otherwise at-large, are preceded by an "A/L," and the names of those elected from districts, whether plural or single member, are preceded by their district numbers.

Many of the congressional district numbers are linked to articles describing the district itself. Since the boundaries of the districts have changed often and substantially, the linked article may only describe the district as it exists today, and not as it was at the time of this Congress.


=Alabama=

*: John McDuffie (D)
*: John R. Tyson (D)
*: Henry B. Steagall (D)
*: Fred L. Blackmon (D)
*: Lamar Jeffers (D)
*: William B. Bowling (D)
*: William B. Oliver (D)
*: Lilius B. Rainey (D)
*: Edward B. Almon (D)
*: George Huddleston (D)
*: William B. Bankhead (D)


=Arizona=

*: Carl T. Hayden (D)


=Arkansas=

*: William J. Driver (D)
*: William A. Oldfield (D)
*: John N. Tillman (D)
*: Otis T. Wingo (D)
*: Henderson M. Jacoway (D)
*: Samuel M. Taylor (D)
*: Chester W. Taylor (D)
*: Tilman B. Parks (D)


=California=

*: Clarence F. Lea (D)
*: John E. Raker (D)
*: Charles F. Curry (R)
*: Julius Kahn (R)
*: John I. Nolan (R)
*: Mae E. Nolan (R)
*: John A. Elston (R)
*: James H. MacLafferty (R)
*: Henry E. Barbour (R)
*: Arthur M. Free (R)
*: Charles F. Van de Water (R)
*: Walter F. Lineberger (R)
*: Henry Z. Osborne (R)
*: Philip D. Swing (R)


=Colorado=

*: William N. Vaile (R)
*: Charles B. Timberlake (R)
*: Guy U. Hardy (R)
*: Edward T. Taylor (D)


=Connecticut=

*: E. Hart Fenn (R)
*: Richard P. Freeman (R)
*: John Q. Tilson (R)
*: Schuyler Merritt (R)
*: James P. Glynn (R)


=Delaware=

*: Caleb R. Layton (R)


=Florida=

*: Herbert J. Drane (D)
*: Frank Clark (D)
*: John H. Smithwick (D)
*: William J. Sears (D)


=Georgia=

*: James W. Overstreet (D)
*: Frank Park (D)
*: Charles R. Crisp (D)
*: William C. Wright (D)
*: William D. Upshaw (D)
*: James W. Wise (D)
*: Gordon Lee (D)
*: Charles H. Brand (D)
*: Thomas M. Bell (D)
*: Carl Vinson (D)
*: William C. Lankford (D)
*: William W. Larsen (D)


=Idaho=

*: Burton L. French (R)
*: Addison T. Smith (R)


=Illinois=

*: Martin B. Madden (R)
*: James R. Mann (R)
*: Elliott W. Sproul (R)
*: John W. Rainey (D)
*: Adolph J. Sabath (D)
*: John J. Gorman (R)
*: M. Alfred Michaelson (R)
*: Stanley H. Kunz (D)
*: Frederick A. Britten (R)
*: Carl R. Chindblom (R)
*: Ira C. Copley (R)
*: Charles E. Fuller (R)
*: John C. McKenzie (R)
*: William J. Graham (R)
*: Edward J. King (R)
*: Clifford C. Ireland (R)
*: Frank H. Funk (R)
*: Joseph G. Cannon (R)
*: Allen F. Moore (R)
*: Guy L. Shaw (R)
*: Loren E. Wheeler (R)
*: William A. Rodenberg (R)
*: Edwin B. Brooks (R)
*: Thomas S. Williams (R)
*: Edward E. Denison (R)
*: William E. Mason (R)
*: Winnifred S. M. Huck (R)
*: Richard Yates (R)


=Indiana=

*: Oscar R. Luhring (R)
*: Oscar E. Bland (R)
*: James W. Dunbar (R)
*: John S. Benham (R)
*: Everett Sanders (R)
*: Richard N. Elliott (R)
*: Merrill Moores (R)
*: Albert H. Vestal (R)
*: Fred S. Purnell (R)
*: William R. Wood (R)
*: Milton Kraus (R)
*: Louis W. Fairfield (R)
*: Andrew J. Hickey (R)


=Iowa=

*: William F. Kopp (R)
*: Harry E. Hull (R)
*: Burton E. Sweet (R)
*: Gilbert N. Haugen (R)
*: James W. Good (R)
*: Cyrenus Cole (R)
*: C. William Ramseyer (R)
*: Cassius C. Dowell (R)
*: Horace M. Towner (R)
*: William R. Green (R)
*: Lester J. Dickinson (R)
*: William D. Boies (R)


=Kansas=

*: Daniel R. Anthony, Jr. (R)
*: Edward C. Little (R)
*: Philip P. Campbell (R)
*: Homer Hoch (R)
*: James G. Strong (R)
*: Hays B. White (R)
*: Jasper N. Tincher (R)
*: Richard E. Bird (R)


=Kentucky=

*: Alben W. Barkley (D)
*: David H. Kincheloe (D)
*: Robert Y. Thomas, Jr. (D)
*: Ben Johnson (D)
*: Charles F. Ogden (R)
*: Arthur B. Rouse (D)
*: James C. Cantrill (D)
*: Ralph W. E. Gilbert (D)
*: William J. Fields (D)
*: John W. Langley (R)
*: John M. Robsion (R)


=Louisiana=

*: James O'Connor (D)
*: H. Garland Dupré (D)
*: Whitmell P. Martin (D)
*: John N. Sandlin (D)
*: Riley J. Wilson (D)
*: George K. Favrot (D)
*: Ladislas Lazaro (D)
*: James B. Aswell (D)


=Maine=

*: Carroll L. Beedy (R)
*: Wallace H. White, Jr. (R)
*: John A. Peters (R)
*: John E. Nelson (R)
*: Ira G. Hersey (R)


=Maryland=

*: T. Alan Goldsborough (D)
*: Albert A. Blakeney (R)
*: John Philip Hill (R)
*: J. Charles Linthicum (D)
*: Sydney E. Mudd, II (R)
*: Frederick N. Zihlman (R)


=Massachusetts=

*: Allen T. Treadway (R)
*: Frederick H. Gillett (R)
*: Calvin D. Paige (R)
*: Samuel E. Winslow (R)
*: John Jacob Rogers (R)
*: Willfred W. Lufkin (R)
*: A. Piatt Andrew, Jr. (R)
*: Robert S. Maloney (R)
*: Frederick W. Dallinger (R)
*: Charles L. Underhill (R)
*: Peter F. Tague (D)
*: George Holden Tinkham (R)
*: James A. Gallivan (D)
*: Robert Luce (R)
*: Louis A. Frothingham (R)
*: William S. Greene (R)
*: Joseph Walsh (R)
*: Charles L. Gifford (R)


=Michigan=

*: George P. Codd (R)
*: Earl C. Michener (R)
*: William H. Frankhauser (R)
*: John M. C. Smith (R)
*: John C. Ketcham (R)
*: Carl E. Mapes (R)
*: Patrick H. Kelley (R)
*: Louis C. Cramton (R)
*: Joseph W. Fordney (R)
*: James C. McLaughlin (R)
*: Roy O. Woodruff (R)
*: Frank D. Scott (R)
*: W. Frank James (R)
*: Vincent M. Brennan (R)


=Minnesota=

*: Sydney Anderson (R)
*: Frank Clague (R)
*: Charles R. Davis (R)
*: Oscar E. Keller (R)
*: Walter H. Newton (R)
*: Harold Knutson (R)
*: Andrew J. Volstead (R)
*: Oscar J. Larson (R)
*: Halvor Steenerson (R)
*: Thomas D. Schall (R)


=Mississippi=

*: John E. Rankin (D)
*: Bill G. Lowrey (D)
*: Benjamin G. Humphreys, II (D)
*: Thomas U. Sisson (D)
*: Ross A. Collins (D)
*: Paul B. Johnson, Sr. (D)
*: Percy E. Quin (D)
*: James W. Collier (D)


=Missouri=

*: Frank C. Millspaugh (R)
*: William W. Rucker (D)
*: Henry F. Lawrence (R)
*: Charles L. Faust (R)
*: Edgar C. Ellis (R)
*: William O. Atkeson (R)
*: Roscoe C. Patterson (R)
*: Sidney C. Roach (R)
*: Theodore W. Hukriede (R)
*: Cleveland A. Newton (R)
*: Harry B. Hawes (D)
*: Leonidas C. Dyer (R)
*: Marion E. Rhodes (R)
*: Edward D. Hays (R)
*: Isaac V. McPherson (R)
*: Samuel A. Shelton (R)


=Montana=

*: Washington J. McCormick (R)
*: Carl W. Riddick (R)


=Nebraska=

*: C. Frank Reavis (R)
*: Roy H. Thorpe (R)
*: Albert W. Jefferis (R)
*: Robert E. Evans (R)
*: Melvin O. McLaughlin (R)
*: William E. Andrews (R)
*: Moses P. Kinkaid (R)
*: Augustin R. Humphrey (R)


=Nevada=

*: Samuel S. Arentz (R)


=New Hampshire=

*: Sherman E. Burroughs (R), died January 27, 1923, vacant to end
*: Edward H. Wason (R)


=New Jersey=

*: Francis F. Patterson, Jr. (R)
*: Isaac Bacharach (R)
*: T. Frank Appleby (R)
*: Elijah C. Hutchinson (R)
*: Ernest R. Ackerman (R)
*: Randolph Perkins (R)
*: Amos H. Radcliffe (R)
*: Herbert W. Taylor (R)
*: Richard Wayne Parker (R)
*: Frederick R. Lehlbach (R)
*: Archibald E. Olpp (R)
*: Charles F.X. O'Brien (D)


=New Mexico=

*: Néstor Montoya (R)


=New York=

*: Frederick C. Hicks (R)
*: John J. Kindred (D)
*: John Kissel (R)
*: Thomas H. Cullen (D)
*: Ardolph L. Kline (R)
*: Warren I. Lee (R)
*: Michael J. Hogan (R)
*: Charles G. Bond (R)
*: Andrew N. Petersen (R)
*: Lester D. Volk (R)
*: Daniel J. Riordan (D)
*: Meyer London (S)
*: Christopher D. Sullivan (D)
*: Nathan D. Perlman (R)
*: Thomas J. Ryan (R)
*: W. Bourke Cockran (D), died March 1, 1923, vacant to end
*: Ogden L. Mills (R)
*: John F. Carew (D)
*: Walter M. Chandler (R)
*: Isaac Siegel (R)
*: Martin C. Ansorge (R)
*: Anthony J. Griffin (D)
*: Albert B. Rossdale (R)
*: Benjamin L. Fairchild (R)
*: James W. Husted (R)
*: Hamilton Fish, Jr. (R)
*: Charles B. Ward (R)
*: Peter G. Ten Eyck (D)
*: James S. Parker (R)
*: Frank Crowther (R)
*: Bertrand H. Snell (R)
*: Luther W. Mott (R)
*: Homer P. Snyder (R)
*: John D. Clarke (R)
*: Walter W. Magee (R)
*: Norman J. Gould (R)
*: Alanson B. Houghton (R)
*: Lewis Henry (R)
*: Thomas B. Dunn (R)
*: Archie D. Sanders (R)
*: S. Wallace Dempsey (R)
*: Clarence MacGregor (R)
*: James M. Mead (D)
*: Daniel A. Reed (R)


=North Carolina=

*: Hallett S. Ward (D)
*: Claude Kitchin (D)
*: Samuel M. Brinson (D)
*: Charles L. Abernethy (D)
*: Edward W. Pou (D)
*: Charles M. Stedman (D)
*: Homer L. Lyon (D)
*: William C. Hammer (D)
*: Robert L. Doughton (D)
*: Alfred L. Bulwinkle (D)
*: Zebulon Weaver (D)


=North Dakota=

*: Olger B. Burtness (R)
*: George M. Young (R)
*: James H. Sinclair (R)


=Ohio=

*: Nicholas Longworth (R)
*: Ambrose E.B. Stephens (R)
*: Roy G. Fitzgerald (R)
*: John L. Cable (R)
*: Charles J. Thompson (R)
*: Charles C. Kearns (R)
*: Simeon D. Fess (R)
*: R. Clinton Cole (R)
*: William W. Chalmers (R)
*: Israel M. Foster (R)
*: Edwin D. Ricketts (R)
*: John C. Speaks (R)
*: James T. Begg (R)
*: Charles L. Knight (R)
*: C. Ellis Moore (R)
*: Joseph H. Himes (R)
*: William M. Morgan (R)
*: B. Frank Murphy (R)
*: John G. Cooper (R)
*: Miner G. Norton (R)
*: Harry C. Gahn (R)
*: Theodore E. Burton (R)


=Oklahoma=

*: Thomas A. Chandler (R)
*: Alice M. Robertson (R)
*: Charles D. Carter (D)
*: Joseph C. Pringey (R)
*: Fletcher B. Swank (D)
*: Lorraine M. Gensman (R)
*: James V. McClintic (D)
*: Manuel Herrick (R)


=Oregon=

*: Willis C. Hawley (R)
*: Nicholas J. Sinnott (R)
*: Clifton N. McArthur (R)


=Pennsylvania=

*: William S. Vare (R)
*: George S. Graham (R)
*: Harry C. Ransley (R)
*: George W. Edmonds (R)
*: James J. Connolly (R)
*: George P. Darrow (R)
*: Thomas S. Butler (R)
*: Henry W. Watson (R)
*: William W. Griest (R)
*: Charles R. Connell (R)
*: Clarence D. Coughlin (R)
*: John Reber (R)
*: Fred B. Gernerd (R)
*: Louis T. McFadden (R)
*: Edgar R. Kiess (R)
*: I. Clinton Kline (R)
*: Benjamin K. Focht (R)
*: Aaron S. Kreider (R)
*: John M. Rose (R)
*: Edward S. Brooks (R)
*: Evan J. Jones (R)
*: Adam M. Wyant (R)
*: Samuel A. Kendall (R)
*: Henry W. Temple (R)
*: Milton W. Shreve (IR)
*: William H. Kirkpatrick (R)
*: Nathan L. Strong (R)
*: Harris J. Bixler (R)
*: Stephen G. Porter (R)
*: M. Clyde Kelly (R)
*: John M. Morin (R)
*: Guy E. Campbell (D)
*: William J. Burke (R)
*: Mahlon M. Garland (R)
*: Thomas S. Crago (R)
*: Joseph McLaughlin (R)
*: Anderson H. Walters (R)


=Rhode Island=

*: Clark Burdick (R)
*: Walter R. Stiness (R)
*: Ambrose Kennedy (R)


=South Carolina=

*: W. Turner Logan (D)
*: James F. Byrnes (D)
*: Frederick H. Dominick (D)
*: John J. McSwain (D)
*: William F. Stevenson (D)
*: Philip H. Stoll (D)
*: Hampton P. Fulmer (D)


=South Dakota=

*: Charles A. Christopherson (R)
*: Royal C. Johnson (R)
*: William Williamson (R)


=Tennessee=

*: B. Carroll Reece (R)
*: J. Will Taylor (R)
*: Joseph Edgar Brown (R)
*: Wynne F. Clouse (R)
*: Ewin L. Davis (D)
*: Joseph W. Byrns, Sr. (D)
*: Lemuel P. Padgett (D)
*: Clarence W. Turner (D)
*: Lon A. Scott (R)
*: Finis J. Garrett (D)
*: Hubert F. Fisher (D)


=Texas=

*: Eugene Black (D)
*: John C. Box (D)
*: Morgan G. Sanders (D)
*: Samuel T. Rayburn (D)
*: Hatton W. Sumners (D)
*: Rufus Hardy (D)
*: Clay Stone Briggs (D)
*: Daniel E. Garrett (D)
*: Joseph J. Mansfield (D)
*: James P. Buchanan (D)
*: Thomas T. Connally (D)
*: Fritz G. Lanham (D)
*: Lucian W. Parrish (D)
*: Guinn Williams (D)
*: Harry M. Wurzbach (R)
*: John N. Garner (D)
*: Claude B. Hudspeth (D)
*: Thomas L. Blanton (D)
*: J. Marvin Jones (D)

Utah

*: Don B. Colton (R)
*: Elmer O. Leatherwood (R)


=Vermont=

*: Frank L. Greene (R)
*: Porter H. Dale (R)


=Virginia=

*: Schuyler Otis Bland (D)
*: Joseph T. Deal (D)
*: Andrew J. Montague (D)
*: Patrick Henry Drewry (D)
*: Rorer A. James (D)
*: James M. Hooker (D)
*: James P. Woods (D)
*: Thomas W. Harrison (D)
*: John Paul (R)
*: R. Walton Moore (D)
*: C. Bascom Slemp (R)
*: Henry D. Flood (D)
*: Henry St. George Tucker, III (D)


=Washington=

*: John F. Miller (R)
*: Lindley H. Hadley (R)
*: Albert Johnson (R)
*: John W. Summers (R)
*: J. Stanley Webster (R)


=West Virginia=

*: Benjamin L. Rosenbloom (R)
*: George M. Bowers (R)
*: Stuart F. Reed (R)
*: Harry C. Woodyard (R)
*: Wells Goodykoontz (R)
*: Leonard S. Echols (R)


=Wisconsin=

*: Henry Allen Cooper (R)
*: Edward Voigt (R)
*: John M. Nelson (R)
*: John C. Kleczka (R)
*: William H. Stafford (R)
*: Florian Lampert (R)
*: Joseph D. Beck (R)
*: Edward E. Browne (R)
*: David G. Classon (R)
*: James A. Frear (R)
*: Adolphus P. Nelson (R)

Wyoming

*: Franklin W. Mondell (R)

Non-voting members

*: Daniel A. Sutherland (R)
*: J. Kūhiō Kalaniana'ole (R)
*: Henry Baldwin (R)
*: Jaime C. de Veyra
*: Isauro Gabaldon
*: Félix Córdova Dávila

Changes in membership

The count below reflects changes from the beginning of the first session of this Congress.

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*replacements: 7
** Democratic: 1 seat net loss
** Republican: 1 seat net gain
*deaths: data unknown
*resignations: data unknown
*vacancy: data unknown
*Total seats with changes: data unknown

House of Representatives

*replacements: 20
** Democratic: no net change
** Republican: no net change
*deaths: data unknown
*resignations: data unknown
*contested elections: data unknown
*Total seats with changes: data unknown

Officers

*Architect of the Capitol: Elliott Woods

enate

*Secretary: George A. Sanderson of Illinois
*Sergeant at Arms: David S. Barry of Rhode Island
*Chaplain: John J. Muir (Baptist)

House of Representatives

*Clerk: William T. Page of Maryland
*Sergeant at Arms: Joseph G. Rodgers of Pennsylvania
*Doorkeeper: Bert W. Kennedy of Michigan
*Postmaster: Frank W. Collier of Wisconsin
*Clerk at the Speaker’s Table: Lehr Fess
*Chaplain James S. Montgomery, (Methodist)

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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