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1970s
1970s
1970

Alan Levenson, Richard Rowe, Hamer Budge and Andrew Steffan

(Courtesy of Richard Rowe )
1970s
1970s
1970s
(Courtesy of the Practising Law Institute )
1970s
(Courtesy of Richard Rowe )
1970

James J. Needham, Hugh F. Owens, Hamer Budge, Richard B. Smith and Albert Sydney Herlong

Early 1970s

Andrew Steffan, Chief Financial Analyst; Richard Rowe, Associate Director; Neal McCoy, Chief Counsel.

(Courtesy of Richard Rowe )
Early 1970s

(front row) Peter Romeo, Ann Glickman, Janet Zimmer, Richard Nesson and Barbara Lucas; Roberta Karmel is in center in second row

(Courtesy of Richard Nesson )
July 16, 1971
(Courtesy of the Library of Congress )
August 1971

James J. Needham, Hugh F. Owens, William J. Casey, Richard B. Smith and Albert Sydney Herlong

1972
1972

Karl Stewart, Richard Nesson and Mario Mirabelli

(Courtesy of Richard Nesson )
1972

Albert Sydney Herlong, Hugh F. Owens, William J. Casey, James J. Needham and Philip A. Loomis, Jr.

1972
September 18, 1972
(Courtesy of Charles Whitman III )
October 4, 1972

(left to right) Alan Rosenblat, Chief Counsel, Division of Investment Management; Lew Mendelson, Assistant Director, Division of Investment Management; Sydney Mendelsohn, Assistant Director, Division of Investment Management; Allan Mostoff, Director, Division of Investment Management; Aaron Levy, Director, Division of Corporate Regulation; Karl Smeltzer, Chief Financial Assistant, Division of Investment Management; Phil Gross, Special Counsel, Division of Enforcement; Bernard Wexler, Director, Office of Policy Planning; and Sandra Monse, Staff Assistant, Division of Investment Management

(Photo and identification courtesy of Karl Smeltzer )
1973
(Courtesy of Chicago Board Options Exchange )
1973

CBOE President Joseph W. Sullivan, SEC Chairman G. Bradford Cook, Illinois Governor Dan Walker and CBOE Chairman Owen H. Nichols

(Courtesy of Chicago Board Options Exchange )
1973
(Courtesy of Chicago Board Options Exchange )
1973

Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Hugh F. Owens, G. Bradford Cook, Jr., Albert Sydney Herlong and John R. Evans

1973

(standing) Justice Lewis Powell, Justice Thurgood Marshall, Justice Harry Blackmun, Justice William Rehnquist; (seated) Justice Potter Stewart, Justice William Douglas, Chief Justice Warren Burger, Justice William Brennan, Justice Byron White

(Courtesy of Library of Congress )
September 4, 1973

Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Ray Garrett, Jr., Virginia Garrett, Hugh Owens and John R. Evans

(Photo and identification courtesy of Nancy Garrett Worcester )
September 1973

John R. Evans, Hugh F. Owens, Ray Garrett, Jr., Philip A. Loomis, Jr. and A.A. Sommer, Jr.

1974
(Courtesy of Practising Law Institute )
1974
(Courtesy of Practising Law Institute )
1974
1974

A.A. Sommer, Jr., Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Ray Garrett, Jr., John R. Evans and Irving M. Pollack

1974

(seated) Morton Koeppel; (standing, left to right) Bill Carter, Joe Hock, Becky Fleck, Alan Cohen, Jim McCabe, Paul Belvin, Letty Lynn, Mark Warner, Tom Klee and Laurence Lese

(Photo and identification courtesy of Morton Koeppel )
1974

Presentation of Distinguished Service Award

March 30, 1974

Former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans listens as former Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman G. Bradford Cook testifies at the Stans-Mitchell influence-peddling trial. Under a withering defense cross-examination, Cook testified he lied repeatedly about a $200,000 Nixon campaign contribution from financier Robert Vesco that ended Cook's meteoric career last year. Courtroom sketch by Richard Tomlinson for WNEW-TV News. (UPI)

(Sketch and text with permission of Bettman/CORBIS; use restricted to the virtual museum and archive at www.sechistorical.org )
1975
(Courtesy of Practising Law Institute )
1975
(Courtesy of Practising Law Institute )
October 28, 1975

(starting second from left) Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stanley Reed, the Honorable Carla Hills, SEC Chairman Roderick M. Hills and President Gerald R. Ford, outside the White House. Mr. Hills served as law clerk to Justice Reed from 1955 to 1957.

(Courtesy of Roderick M. Hills )
November 24, 1975

A. A. Sommer, Jr., Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Roderick M. Hills, John R. Evans and Irving M. Pollack

November 3, 1976
(Courtesy of Richard Rowe )
1977

Irving M. Pollack, Philip A. Loomis, Jr. Harold M. Williams, John R. Evans and Roberta S. Karmel

July 5, 1977
(Courtesy of Jimmy Carter Presidential Library )
November 1977

Presentation of report from the SEC Advisory Committee on Corporate Disclosure

November 1977

(standing, left to right) Mary "Mickey" Beach, Philip A. Loomis, Jr., John R. Evans, Robert Karmel and Harold Williams; (seated) Alan Levenson, (unidentified), A.A. Sommer, Jr., (unidentified) and John "Sandy" Burton

November 1977

Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Harold M. Williams, John R. Evans and Irving M. Pollack

May 2, 1978

David Ferber (seated - third from right); Paul Gonson (seated - third from left); Harvey Pitt (seated - fourth from right); Robert Pozen (seated - far right); Alan Rosenblat (seated - second from left); James Schropp (seated - far left); Jacob Stillman (seated - second from right); Michael Wolensky (standing - far right)

December 5, 1978
(Courtesy of Jimmy Carter Presidential Library )
1979
(Courtesy of Chicago Board Options Exchange )
1979
1979
1979

Roberta S. Karmel, Harold M. Williams, Philip A. Loomis, Jr., Irving M. Pollack and John R. Evans

Late 1970s

John R. Evans (second from right); Richard H. Rowe (second from left); Harold M. Williams (center)

(Courtesy of Richard Rowe )
1979
1979

Roberta S. Karmel, Philip A. Loomis, Jr., U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, John R. Evans, Harold M. Williams and Irving M. Pollack

(Courtesy of Roberta Karmel )

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