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POL.021 copy Radio discussion of the Bricker Admendment sp - 7 1-2 - 4.mp3
"Town Hall" style discussion of the Bricker Amendment and how it would hamper the ability of the President and Congress to enter into treaties with other countries.

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Raymond Pitcairn and Jim Walker pictured with a scale model of the main tower

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Raymond Pitcairn and two others pose in the Ezekiel Tower. The man on the right may be George Milne. 3 duplicates.

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Raymond Pitcairn and Billy Johnson pose for an aerial photograph in the cathedral's main tower. Different pose from that seen in CATH_1207.

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Raymond Pitcairn and Billy Johnson pose for an aerial photograph in the cathedral's main tower. 1 duplicate.

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John, Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn with Cara Starkey Glenn in formal wear. From same series as JGP0130. 1 negative.

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John, Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn with Cara Starkey Glenn in formal wear. 1 negative.

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Formal photograph of Raymond Pitcairn as young adult

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John Pitcairn with several of his children and friends aboard a ship

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Raymond and John Pitcairn in Europe. John seated on wall, Raymond standing close by. 2 copies.

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Formal photograph of Raymond and Vera Pitcairn as children. Raymond is pictured in a lace collar.

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Formal photograph of a young Raymond and infant Vera. One duplicate in folder.

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John Pitcairn and Mildred Pitcairn seated on a bench, Raymond standing behind, as Mildred reads a book to Nathan, Gabriele, and Ivan Pitcairn

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John Pitcairn holding his granddaughter, Gabriele Pitcairn, seated next to his son, Raymond Pitcairn. 2 copies

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Black and White image of Gertrude Starkey Pitcairn holding her son Raymond. Two copies. Both labelled "Raymond Pitcairn. Born April 18th 1885. Four and a half months old at time of photograph." One labelled "Marked 'Gertrude Pitcairn, Raymond, 1885.'…

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Photograph of John Pitcairn and children, Raymond, Vera, Theodore, and Harold. Two identical oval prints mounted on card. One copy on art paper included in folder.

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Electrographic print on office paper. Image of John Pitcairn and his son, Raymond.

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Raymond Pitcairn looking at two plaster blind arcade models set up in the early stages of the sanctuary.

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Raymond Pitcairn and Edwin Asplundh Standing by a plaster model of the South Porch parapet

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Raymond Pitcairn and Ralph Adams Cram posed in front of a low stone wall

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Raymond Pitcairn in the center with artisans and architects to either side. Left to Right: Frank Parziali, John Walker, Raymond Pitcairn, Charles Sifferlin, E. Donald Robb

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Raymond Pitcairn and workmen amidst construction of the Cathedral sanctuary

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The Architectural Studio staff posed outside. Harold T. Carswell (designer), John A. Walker (head draughtsman), Charles Sifferlin (draughtsman), Frank Parziali (draughtsman), Egbert G. Glebe (book keeper), Raymond Pitcairn, Llewellyn Price (cub…

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The Architectural Studio staff posed outside. Harold T Carswell, Edwin Asplundh, Llewellyn Price, Egbert Glebe, John Walker, E. Donald Robb, Frank Parziali, Raymond Pitcairn, Charles Sifferlin

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Raymond Pitcairn and an unidentified male atop a pile of stones
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