John L. Lewis after contempt charge was postponed; Averell Harriman press conference after he was made Ambassador-at-Large; Dr. Edward U. Condon

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Title

John L. Lewis after contempt charge was postponed; Averell Harriman press conference after he was made Ambassador-at-Large; Dr. Edward U. Condon

Subject

Press conferences--United States--1940-1950
Ambassadors--United States--Biography
International relations and culture
Lewis, John L. (John Llewellyn), 1880-1969
Harriman, W. Averell (William Averell), 1891-1986

Description

Is not Sunday Dept.
Does not have contact prints
[Caption 1] Commerce Department


4 shots of the new Ambassador at Large, W. Averell Harriman at his office.



Shots of the new Ambassador at Large during a press conference.



[Caption 2] John L. Lewis



2 shots - John L. Lewis enters court and leav es court. Judge T. Allen Goldsbourgh posponed the contempt charges indefinitely.

Digitized for the New York Times in 2018 by students at Pratt Institute's School of Information.

Creator

George Tames

Source

Washington, DC Bureau
New York Times Photo Archive

Publisher

The New York Times

Date

1948
4/23/48

Rights

All rights reserved. For reproduction & use information, please contact the New York Times.

Format

.TIFF

Language

English

Identifier

8839

Coverage

Not specified

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Original Format

4x5 Large Format

Citation

George Tames, “John L. Lewis after contempt charge was postponed; Averell Harriman press conference after he was made Ambassador-at-Large; Dr. Edward U. Condon,” George Tames: New York Times Photographer , accessed October 22, 2021, http://nytames.prattsi.org/items/show/165.

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