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Photo From the Attic: A Wave Builds

[IMGCAP(1)]On Aug. 24, 1938, Republican National Committee Chairman John Hamilton met in Washington, D.C., with 15 state Republican Party chairmen to prepare for the upcoming elections, in which the Republicans won a net 72 seats in the House and six in the Senate from President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Democratic Party. Seated (from left): Lyle Jackson of Nebraska, Harlan J. Bashfield of South Dakota, Hamilton, James C. Farmer of New Hampshire and Pierce Brereton of Rhode Island. Standing (from left): William S. Murray of New York, Ed D. Schorr of Ohio, James E. Thomson of Michigan, Sinclair Weeks of Massachusetts, John Tyrrell of Illinois, F.G. Todd of Kansas, Lawrence Cobb of California, C.R. Ahalt of Virginia, Edward J. Samp of Wisconsin and L.R. Dovell of Virginia.

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