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New York: 1933 Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment


Delegates to Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment, 1933 (May be incomplete!)
William S. Andrews 1933 Benjamin Antin 1933 Warren B. Ashmead 1933 David A. Avery 1933 Selden E. Bacon 1933 William R. Bayes 1933 Peter C. Brashear 1933 Thomas A. Brogan 1933 Charles E. Buchner 1933 John L. Buckley 1933 Nathan Burkan 1933 Martha Byrne 1933 Martin Cantine 1933 Edward T. Carroll 1933 Mary Chahoon 1933 John E. Chapman 1933 Joseph H. Choate, Jr. 1933 Jane Quintard Clark 1933 Ashley T. Cole 1933 Clarence F. Conroy 1933 Ruth Mason Cook 1933 Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. 1933 Dorothea Courten 1933 John R. Crews 1933 William Nelson Cromwell 1933 Thomas H. Cullen 1933 Henry H. Curran 1933 John F. Curry 1933 Robert F. Cutler 1933 Louis A. Cuvillier 1933 Donald A. Dailey 1933 May Preston Davie 1933 Archie O. Dawson 1933 Benjamin S. Dean 1933 William F. Delaney 1933 Fred J. Douglas 1933 James P. B. Duffy 1933 John J. Dunnigan 1933 James F. Dwyer 1933 Keron F. Dwyer 1933 Melvin C. Eaton 1933 George Eilperin 1933 Albert C. Fach 1933 James A. Farley 1933 Irene O. Ferrer 1933 Ann Murray Flynn 1933 Edward J. Flynn 1933 Francis E. Fronczak 1933 Kenneth Gardner 1933 Abraham S. Gilbert 1933 Harrison C. Glore 1933 Alice Campbell Good 1933 May M. Gooderson 1933 T. Frank Gorman 1933 Nisbet Grammer 1933 Christiana M. Greene 1933 Julia D. Hanson 1933 James G. Harbord 1933 Mary Stillman Harkness 1933 Louis B. Hart 1933 Robert W. Higbie, Jr. 1933 Charles D. Hilles 1933 Katherine S. Hinckley 1933 Thomas L. Holling 1933 Bettie F. Holmes 1933 Fred R. Horn, Jr. 1933 Winfield A. Huppuch 1933 Cornelius Huth 1933 Joseph S. Israel 1933 Aaron L. Jacoby 1933 Ralph Jonas 1933 Samuel J. Joseph 1933 Frank V. Kelly 1933 Warnick K. Kernan 1933 John Hill Kitchen 1933 Charles J. Knapp 1933 Samuel S. Koenig 1933 Frederick J. H. Kracke 1933 Ernest Lappano 1933 John E. Larney 1933 Algernon Lee 1933 David F. Lee 1933 Isabella R. Lovell 1933 A. Augustus Low 1933 Edward P. Lynch 1933 John D. Lynn 1933 James J. Lyons 1933 Harriet Mack 1933 W. Kingsland Macy 1933 Dennis J. Mahon 1933 William L. Marcy, Jr. 1933 John H. McCooey 1933 Peter McGovern 1933 William N. McIlravy 1933 Terrence J. McManus 1933 George Z. Medalie 1933 Chase Mellen, Jr. 1933 George J. Moore 1933 Thomas E. Morrissey, Sr. 1933 Edward P. Mulrooney 1933 Charles F. Murphy 1933 Grayson M. P. Murphy 1933 Vincent B. Murphy 1933 Ione Nicoll 1933 Godfrey Nurse 1933 John J. O'Connor 1933 Marion O'Connor 1933 Albert Ottinger 1933 Nathan D. Perlman 1933 Rosalie S. Phillips 1933 Generoso Pope 1933 Ruth Baker Pratt 1933 Nora Quinn 1933 Elihu Root 1933 Thomas G. Ryan 1933 Pauline M. Sabin 1933 Joseph J. Sartori 1933 Helen Schaeffer 1933 Edward Schoeneck 1933 Elenore Sefton 1933 James R. Sheffield 1933 Jeanie Rumsey Sheppard 1933 Mary C. Sinclaire 1933 Alfred E. Smith 1933 Homer P. Snyder 1933 James Speyer 1933 Bayard J. Stedman 1933 Irwin Steingut 1933 Samuel Strasbourger 1933 John Sullivan 1933 Arthur Sutherland 1933 John Boyd Thacher 1933 John Theofel 1933 Hamilton J. Travis 1933 Harold L. Turk 1933 Rose M. Turk 1933 Charles H. Tuttle 1933 James W. Wadsworth, Jr. 1933 Louis Waldman 1933 Robert E. Whalen 1933 Charles S. Whitman 1933 Gustav W. M. Wieboldt 1933 Russell Wiggins 1933 Elizabeth C. Wing 1933 Henry Rogers Winthrop 1933 Frank L. Wiswall 1933 Elsie C. Woodward 1933 James A. Zickler 1933 William Ziegler, Jr. 1933 Walter W. Zittel 1933

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1933 May 23: Vincent B. Murphy (Wet), elected; Alice Campbell Good (Wet), elected; George Eilperin (Wet), elected; Samuel S. Koenig (Wet), elected; Herbert Bayard Swope (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Joseph V. McKee (Wet), elected, but did not serve; A. Augustus Low (Wet), elected; Fred J. Douglas (Wet), elected; Melvin C. Eaton (Wet), elected; James W. Wadsworth, Jr. (Wet), elected; Alfred E. Smith (Wet), elected; William R. Bayes (Wet), elected; John J. O'Connor (Wet), elected; James P. B. Duffy (Wet), elected; John J. Dunnigan (Wet), elected; Nicholas Murray Butler (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Albert Ottinger (Wet), elected; Nathan D. Perlman (Wet), elected; Homer P. Snyder (Wet), elected; Irwin Steingut (Wet), elected; Elihu Root (Wet), elected; Louis A. Cuvillier (Wet), elected; William M. Calder (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Charles S. Whitman (Wet), elected; William S. Andrews (Wet), elected; Benjamin Antin (Wet), elected; Warren B. Ashmead (Wet), elected; David A. Avery (Wet), elected; Peter C. Brashear (Wet), elected; Thomas A. Brogan (Wet), elected; Charles E. Buchner (Wet), elected; John L. Buckley (Wet), elected; Nathan Burkan (Wet), elected; Martha Byrne (Wet), elected; Leonard R. Lipowicz (Wet), elected, but did not serve; John G. Saxe (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Stephen Callaghan (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Selden E. Bacon (Wet), elected; Martin Cantine (Wet), elected; Edward T. Carroll (Wet), elected; Mary Chahoon (Wet), elected; John E. Chapman (Wet), elected; Joseph H. Choate, Jr. (Wet), elected; Ashley T. Cole (Wet), elected; Clarence F. Conroy (Wet), elected; Ruth Mason Cook (Wet), elected; Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. (Wet), elected; Dorothea Courten (Wet), elected; John R. Crews (Wet), elected; William Nelson Cromwell (Wet), elected; Thomas H. Cullen (Wet), elected; John F. Curry (Wet), elected; Robert F. Cutler (Wet), elected; May Preston Davie (Wet), elected; Ann Murray Flynn (Wet), elected; Archie O. Dawson (Wet), elected; Benjamin S. Dean (Wet), elected; William F. Delaney (Wet), elected; James F. Dwyer (Wet), elected; Keron F. Dwyer (Wet), elected; Irene O. Ferrer (Wet), elected; Francis E. Fronczak (Wet), elected; Kenneth Gardner (Wet), elected; Abraham S. Gilbert (Wet), elected; Harrison C. Glore (Wet), elected; May M. Gooderson (Wet), elected; Nisbet Grammer (Wet), elected; Christiana M. Greene (Wet), elected; Julia D. Hanson (Wet), elected; Mary Stillman Harkness (Wet), elected; Robert W. Higbie, Jr. (Wet), elected; Charles D. Hilles (Wet), elected; Katherine S. Hinckley (Wet), elected; Thomas L. Holling (Wet), elected; Bettie F. Holmes (Wet), elected; Fred R. Horn, Jr. (Wet), elected; Winfield A. Huppuch (Wet), elected; Joseph S. Israel (Wet), elected; Aaron L. Jacoby (Wet), elected; Ralph Jonas (Wet), elected; Samuel J. Joseph (Wet), elected; Frank V. Kelly (Wet), elected; Warnick K. Kernan (Wet), elected; John Hill Kitchen (Wet), elected; Charles J. Knapp (Wet), elected; Frederick J. H. Kracke (Wet), elected; Ernest Lappano (Wet), elected; John E. Larney (Wet), elected; David F. Lee (Wet), elected; Isabella R. Lovell (Wet), elected; Edward P. Lynch (Wet), elected; John D. Lynn (Wet), elected; James J. Lyons (Wet), elected; John H. McCooey (Wet), elected; Peter McGovern (Wet), elected; William N. McIlravy (Wet), elected; Terrence J. McManus (Wet), elected; Harriet Mack (Wet), elected; George Z. Medalie (Wet), elected; Dennis J. Mahon (Wet), elected; Chase Mellen, Jr. (Wet), elected; George J. Moore (Wet), elected; Thomas E. Morrissey, Sr. (Wet), elected; Edward P. Mulrooney (Wet), elected; Grayson M. P. Murphy (Wet), elected; Ione Nicoll (Wet), elected; Godfrey Nurse (Wet), elected; Marion O'Connor (Wet), elected; Rosalie S. Phillips (Wet), elected; Generoso Pope (Wet), elected; Ruth Baker Pratt (Wet), elected; Nora Quinn (Wet), elected; Thomas G. Ryan (Wet), elected; Pauline M. Sabin (Wet), elected; Joseph J. Sartori (Wet), elected; Helen Schaeffer (Wet), elected; Elenore Sefton (Wet), elected; Jeanie Rumsey Sheppard (Wet), elected; Mary C. Sinclaire (Wet), elected; James Speyer (Wet), elected; Bayard J. Stedman (Wet), elected; Samuel Strasbourger (Wet), elected; John Sullivan (Wet), elected; Arthur Sutherland (Wet), elected; John Boyd Thacher (Wet), elected; John Theofel (Wet), elected; Hamilton J. Travis (Wet), elected; Harold L. Turk (Wet), elected; Charles H. Tuttle (Wet), elected; Robert E. Whalen (Wet), elected; Gustav W. M. Wieboldt (Wet), elected; Russell Wiggins (Wet), elected; Elizabeth C. Wing (Wet), elected; Henry Rogers Winthrop (Wet), elected; Frank L. Wiswall (Wet), elected; Elsie C. Woodward (Wet), elected; James A. Zickler (Wet), elected; William Ziegler, Jr. (Wet), elected; Walter W. Zittel (Wet), elected; Livingston Farrand (Wet), elected, but did not serve; James R. Sheffield (Wet), elected; James G. Harbord (Wet), elected; Louis B. Hart (Wet), elected; Henry H. Curran (Wet), elected; Edward Schoeneck (Wet), elected; Albert C. Fach (Wet), elected; Cornelius Huth (Wet), elected; Robert E. Christie, Jr. (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Louis Waldman (Wet), elected; Algernon Lee (Wet), elected; Albert W. Twiggar (Dry), defeated; Margaret C. Aldrich (Dry), defeated; Ella A. Boole (Dry), defeated; Elizabeth L. Arthur (Dry), defeated; Sidney E. Ayres (Dry), defeated; Guy Bailey (Dry), defeated; Horatio Bamber (Dry), defeated; David Barnett (Dry), defeated; Schuyler Beattie (Dry), defeated; Archibald B. Bedford (Dry), defeated; Harry Belamoy (Dry), defeated; Ethel W. Bennett (Dry), defeated; Wendell K. Bushnell (Dry), defeated; Welles G. Catlin (Dry), defeated; Carrie Chapman Catt (Dry), defeated; John M. Chase (Dry), defeated; Edmund B. Chaffee (Dry), defeated; Mamie W. Colvin (Dry), defeated; Frederick A. Cullen (Dry), defeated; Fanny Root Danser (Dry), defeated; Tracy E. Darrow (Dry), defeated; Arnold E. Davis (Dry), defeated; Irene C. Davison (Dry), defeated; Sanford A. Davison (Dry), defeated; William W. Day (Dry), defeated; Frances A. DeGraff (Dry), defeated; Enos F. DePuy (Dry), defeated; Agnes C. L. Donohugh (Dry), defeated; Robert W. Doughty (Dry), defeated; Ethel E. Dreier (Dry), defeated; Percy L. Dunn (Dry), defeated; J. Stanley Durkee (Dry), defeated; Arthur Ellison (Dry), defeated; Clyde L. Emery (Dry), defeated; Mortimer A. Federspiel (Dry), defeated; James Freeborn (Dry), defeated; Adolph Gracey (Dry), defeated; Robert G. Gray (Dry), defeated; Frances W. Graham (Dry), defeated; Delos H. Gridley (Dry), defeated; Elmer V. Griggs (Dry), defeated; Stephen G. Groner (Dry), defeated; Robert L. Hale (Dry), defeated; Sadie A. Hall (Dry), defeated; William Albert Harbison (Dry), defeated; Mae E. Harris (Dry), defeated; Eugene M. Hastings (Dry), defeated; Alice G. Hayward (Dry), defeated; John Haynes Holmes (Dry), defeated; William Bancroft Hill (Dry), defeated; Clinton N. Howard (Dry), defeated; Frank L. Howard (Dry), defeated; Frank L. Howe, Jr. (Dry), defeated; Charles A. Howland (Dry), defeated; Elmer V. Hudson (Dry), defeated; Mabel H. Hults (Dry), defeated; Loren C. Hunt (Dry), defeated; Frank C. Huntington (Dry), defeated; Chester Husted (Dry), defeated; William Lloyd Imes (Dry), defeated; Edmund B. Jenks (Dry), defeated; Orrin R. Judd (Dry), defeated; William D. Kilpatrick (Dry), defeated; John Lehman (Dry), defeated; Raymond G. Leonard (Dry), defeated; Clarence C. Lever (Dry), defeated; Stephen V. Lewis (Dry), defeated; Mary F. Lincoln (Dry), defeated; Mary S. McFarlin (Dry), defeated; Harlow McMillan (Dry), defeated; Freeman McNall (Dry), defeated; Charles E. Manierre (Dry), defeated; Henry D. Mann (Dry), defeated; Temma C. Manro (Dry), defeated; Edward P. Maynard (Dry), defeated; Olaf R. Miller (Dry), defeated; Clarke S. Northrup (Dry), defeated; Arthur H. Norton (Dry), defeated; Albert G. Odell (Dry), defeated; Jesse F. Orton (Dry), defeated; Robert C. Osburn (Dry), defeated; Edward Park (Dry), defeated; Robert A. Patteson (Dry), defeated; George P. Payson (Dry), defeated; Allen S. Perkins (Dry), defeated; Dutton S. Peterson (Dry), defeated; Mildred G. Pratt (Dry), defeated; Henry H. Proctor (Dry), defeated; Fred B. Pulling (Dry), defeated; Arthur Rathjen (Dry), defeated; Joseph Reiger (Dry), defeated; Bertha Rembaugh (Dry), defeated; Harvey F. Remington (Dry), defeated; Albert E. Requa (Dry), defeated; John J. Richards (Dry), defeated; Lewis H. Robinson (Dry), defeated; Jean Rushmore Patterson (Dry), defeated; Charlotte E. Ryder (Dry), defeated; Frank H. Ryder (Dry), defeated; Frank Salisbury (Dry), defeated; William M. Sawton (Dry), defeated; Fred G. Selch (Dry), defeated; Elizabeth A. Smart (Dry), defeated; Chester A. Smith (Dry), defeated; Eleanor Shaw Smith (Dry), defeated; Elmer P. Smith (Dry), defeated; Littleton E. H. Smith (Dry), defeated; Harold L. Somers (Dry), defeated; Samuel W. Spear (Dry), defeated; Fred P. Stafford (Dry), defeated; Samuel L. Stewart (Dry), defeated; Harold Stimson (Dry), defeated; George Drayton Strayer (Dry), defeated; Jessie A. Swift (Dry), defeated; William Clyde Sykes (Dry), defeated; Thomas K. Taft (Dry), defeated; Jacob I. Tallman (Dry), defeated; Irene B. Taylor (Dry), defeated; Fanny Thorn (Dry), defeated; Martin Tinker (Dry), defeated; Pierrepont E. Twitchell (Dry), defeated; John F. Vichert (Dry), defeated; Lula E. Walker (Dry), defeated; John L. Warner (Dry), defeated; Francis A. Watters (Dry), defeated; Angie F. Waugh (Dry), defeated; Edgar T. Welch (Dry), defeated; John H. Westerman (Dry), defeated; Arthur P. White (Dry), defeated; Nora Lang Wicks (Dry), defeated; Jerry B. Wilson (Dry), defeated; Robert I. Wilson (Dry), defeated; Rodney O. Winans (Dry), defeated; Mary B. Wood (Dry), defeated; Ben D. Wright (Dry), defeated; Harold Worden Wylie (Dry), defeated; Eliza Keats Young (Dry), defeated; Ray Allen (Dry), defeated; Thomas M. Balliet (Dry), defeated; Seth S. Allen (Dry), defeated; Albert S. Andrews (Dry), defeated; Clinton M. Flint (Dry), defeated; Vivian Burnett (Dry), defeated; Benjamin L. Rand (Dry), defeated; Frank G. Miller (Dry), defeated; Bertha Mapes (Dry), defeated; Lester E. Woolsey (Dry), defeated; Walter T. Bliss (Dry), defeated; Casper G. Decker (Dry), defeated; Frederick W. Seward, Jr. (Dry), defeated.
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