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1930s
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July 1930
(With permission of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum )
1932
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1932
1933

(standing) Joseph R. Swan, Guaranty Company of New York; Daniel W. Myers, Hayden, Miller & Co., Cleveland; George Whitney, J.P. Morgan & Co., New York; Henry B. Tompkins, Robinson-Humphrey Co., Atlanta; Frank Weeden, Weeden & Co., San Francisco; Frank McNair, The N.W. Harris Company, Chicago; Lamartine V. Lamar, Lamar, Kingston & Labouisse, New Orleans; Edward H. Hilliard, J.J.B. Hilliard & Son, Louisville; Sidney J. Weinberg, Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York; George W. Bovenizer, Kuhn, Loeb & Co., New York; Arthur H. Bosworth, Bosworth, Chanute, Loughridge & Company, Denver; W. Hubert Kennedy, Wells-Dickey Co., Minneapolis; Charles A. Mead (Secretary); Harry S. Grande, Grande, Stolle & Co., Seattle; Lawrence Marks, Lawrence H. Marks, New York; and Orrin G. Wood, Estabrook & Co., Boston; (seated) Frank L. Scheffey (Deputy Managing Director); Rollin A. Wilbur (Managing Director); Paul V. Keyser (Counsel); Francis A. Bonner, Bonner, Troxell & Co., Chicago (Vice Chairman); B. Howell Griswold, Jr., Alex. Brown & Sons, Baltimore (Chairman); Corcoran Thom, American Security & Trust Co., Washington (non-voting committee member); Myron T. Ratcliffe, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Financial Codes, N.R.A., Washington; Karl J. Ammerman, Deputy Administrator for Financial Codes, N.R.A., Washington; and Sydney P. Clark, E.W. Clark & Co., Philadelphia (Treasurer). Code Committee members not in picture: Edward J. Costigan, Whitaker & Co., St. Louis; Ralph T. Crane, Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., New York; and Robert H. Moulton, R.H. Moulton & Co., Los Angeles.

(Courtesy of Joseph Hardiman )
March 4, 1933
(With permission of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum )
December 9, 1933

Clifford Berryman cartoon, probably published in the Washington Star

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
1934
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1934
(Courtesy of the Washington Evening Star Collection, Washingtoniana Division, D.C. Public Library )
1934
(Courtesy of the Library of Congress )
1934

Ferdinand Pecora, Geoge C. Mathews, Joseph P. Kennedy, Robert E. Healy and James M. Landis

January 11, 1934

Senator James Couzens, Senate Duncan Fletcher and Ferdinand Pecora

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May 20, 1934
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July 1934
(With permission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation )
July 1934
(With permission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation )
July 2, 1934
(With permission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation )
July 1934

George C. Mathews, James M. Landis and Joseph P. Kennedy

(With permission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation )
July 1934

George C. Mathews, James M. Landis and Joseph P. Kennedy

(With permission of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation )
July 2, 1934

(standing) George C. Mathews and Robert E. Healy; (seated) Ferdinand Pecora, Joseph P. Kennedy and James M. Landis

(Courtesy of the Washington Evening Star Collection, Washingtoniana Division, D.C. Public Library )
1935
(Courtesy of New York Stock Exchange )
January 1935
1935
(With permission of Corbis )
February 8, 1935

Joseph Parrish cartoon, published in The Nashville Tennessean

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
April 28, 1935
(With permission of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum )
July 1935

SEC Atlanta Regional Office, 415 Palmer Building, corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets

(Photo and identification courtesy of Frances Green Oliver )
September 23, 1935

Paul Gourrich (front row, second from left); Robert E. Healy (front row, fourth from right); Joseph P. Kennedy (front row, third from right); James M. Landis (front row, far right); George C. Mathews (front row, second from right); Kemper Simpson (back row, fourth from right)

November 27, 1935
December 8, 1935

Clifford Berryman cartoon, probably published in the Washington Star

(Courtesy of the Library of Congress )
1936
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1936
(Courtesy of Works Project Administration Poster Collection, Library of Congress )
1936-37

George C. Mathews, William O. Douglas, James M. Landis, J.D. Ross and Robert E. Healy

1937
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1937
(Courtesy Library of Congress )
March 3, 1937
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April 13, 1937
(Courtesy Library of Congress )
May 13, 1937
(Copyright Bettman/CORBIS; rights reserved to virtual museum and archive at www.sechistorical.org )
June 1, 1937

Justice Van Devanter (left) and Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
August 5, 1937
(Courtesy Library of Congress )
September 22, 1937
October 30, 1937
1938
(Courtesy of the Washington Evening Star Collection, Washingtoniana Division, D.C. Public Library )
1938
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1938
(Courtesy of the Washington Evening Star Collection, Washingtoniana Division, D.C. Public Library )
1938

Jerome Frank, Robert Healy, William O. Douglas, George Mathews and John Hanes

(Courtesy of David Ginsburg )
1938

Jerome Frank, Robert Healy, William O. Douglas, George Mathews and John Hanes

1938
(Courtesy of the Harris & Ewing Collection, Library of Congress )
1938
(Courtesy of Jay W. Freedman and Sandra Sabel )
1938
(Courtesy of New York Stock Exchange )
January 18, 1938
January 25, 1938
June 21, 1938

Hotel Carlton, Washington, D.C.

(Courtesy FINRA )
June 24, 1938
October 3, 1938
1938-39

(standing) Robert Healy and Edward Eicher; (seated) George Mathews, William O. Douglas and Jerome Frank

1939
(Courtesy of the New York World-Telegram and Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection, Library of Congress )
1939

Alice Ketsch, Public Utility Division - Arkansas (bottom row - far right); Mrs. Roy Long, Public Utility Division (bottom row - middle) - her twin sister (name unknown) is to her left; Martha Stuckel, Public Utility Division (second row - far right). Unidentified woman from Personnel (second row - second from right) - "one reported to her when arriving at the SEC for the day. I can recall her hospitality and her making one feel at ease."

(Photo and identification courtesy of Francis J. Trainor )
1939
(Courtesy Library of Congress )
January 12, 1939
January 12, 1939

(left to right) Senator William King (Utah), Senator M.M. Neely (West Virginia) and Senator George Norris (Nebraska); Felix Frankfurter back to camera

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
March 20, 1939

(standing, left to right) Robert E. Healy, Jerome Frank, Edward C. Eicher and George C. Mathews

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
March 20, 1939
March 27, 1939
Spring 1939

Emma Baake (woman wearing veiled hat in back row); Florence Gunston (back row - center); Lucile Hastings (on far left - wearing sunglasses); Hilda McBride (in center - wearing dark suit and no hat); Martha Stuckel (on far right - hat in hand).

(Photo and identification courtesy of Francis J. Trainor )
April 12, 1939

(left to right) Chief Justice Harlan Stone, Associate Justice James Clark Reynolds, Associate Justice Hugo Black and Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
April 17, 1939
May 18, 1939

(left to right) SEC Commissioner Edward Eicher, SEC Commissioner Jerome Frank, Secretary of the Commission Francis Brassor, SEC Commissioner George Mathews, Leon Henderson and SEC Commissioner Robert Healy

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
May 20, 1939

On his appointment as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice

(Courtesy Library of Congress )
June 1939

(top row, left to right) Bill Kurtz, Mobile, Alabama; Roy Long, Oregon; Frank Kirkpatrick, Arkansas; and Benedict; (second row) Jack Elias, Brooklyn; Charley Adams, North Carolina; Orlando "Lanny" Sarsfield, Fairmount, West Virginia; and Pete Szwec, Rochester, New York; (bottom row) Harry Krueger, Indiana; Tony Antonelli, Connecticut, co-captain; Frank Trainor, New York City, co-captain; and Leon Rainwater, Sapulpa, Oklahoma

(Photo and identification courtesy of Francis J. Trainor )
September 7, 1939
(Courtesy of Works Project Administration Poster Collection, Library of Congress )
1939-1940

(standing) Robert E. Healy and George C. Mathews; (seated) (Edward C. Eicher, Jerome N. Frank and Leon Henderson

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