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CHAIRMEN'S PORTRAIT PAGE

(The Last 101 Years, 1899-2001)

Chairman William M. Thomas (R-CA)

Photograph of Chairman William M. Thomas (R-CA)

There is currently no portrait of Chairman Thomas hanging in the Committee hearing room.

R=Republican | D=Democrat

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Bill Archer  (R-TX)
Chairman 1995-2000

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More about Dan Rostenkowski


Dan Rostenkowski

(D-IL)

Chairman 1981-19941

More About Al Ullman


Al Ullman
(D-OR)

Chairman 1975-1980

More About Wilbur Mills


Wilbur D. Mills
(D-AR)

Chairman 1957-1974

More About Jere Cooper


Jere Cooper
(D-TN)

Chairman 1956-19572

More About Daniel Reed


Daniel A. Reed
(R-NY)

Chairman 1953-1955

More About Robert Doughton


Robert Doughton
(D-NC)

Chairman 1933-1947
and 1949-1953

More About Harold Knutson


Harold Knutson
(R-MN)

Chairman 1947-1949

More About James Collier


James W. Collier
(D-MS)

Chairman 1931-1933

More About Willis Hawley


Willis C. Hawley
(R-OR)

Chairman 1929-1931

More About William Green


William R. Green
(R-IA)

Chairman 1923-19283

More About Joseph Fordney


Joseph Fordney
(R-MI)

Chairman 1919-1923

More About Claude Kitchin


Claude Kitchin
(D-NC)

Chairman 1915-1919

More About Oscar Underwood


Oscar Underwood
(D-AL)

Chairman 1911-1915

More About Sereno Payne


Sereno E. Payne
(R-NY)

Chairman 1899-1911

 

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Complete Listing of Committee Members and Chairmen,
1st Through 107th Congresses

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1  Sam Gibbon (D-FL) served as acting Chairman from June 1, 1994, to the end of the 2nd session of the 103rd Congress.
Cooper died December 18, 1957, shortly after the beginning of the first session of the 85th Congress.
Green resigned from Congress on March 31, 1928, just prior to the conclusion of the first session of the 70th Congress.  Hawley served as Chairman for the 2nd Session.