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Fri Mar 21 17:14:11 2014 UTClccn-n20020477100.10Busshu famiri : [Busshu ichizoku kyoshoku no genryū 1908- ] /0.191.00Khānvādah-yi Būsh : sih nasl-i āmīkhtagī-i iqtiṣād va siyāsat /62658158Prescott_Bushn 20020477105917541Sheldon Bush, Prescott 1895-1972lccn-n80015879Bush, George1924-lccn-no95049848Bush, George W.(George Walker)1946-viaf-305675462Bush familynp-bush, jebBush, Jeblccn-n81080827Kelley, Kittylccn-n79119088Spada, Jamesnp-denaker, susanDenaker, Susannrtlccn-no96015813Random House Audio Publishinglccn-no2004004835Evans, Donald Louis1946-lccn-n82247844Cohen, David1955-Bush, Prescott Sheldon1895-1972Bush, Prescott Sheldon,United StatesBush, George W.--(George Walker),Bush familyBush, George,PresidentsPoliticiansBush, JebGovernorsChildren of presidentsFamiliesLegislatorsUnited States.--Congress.--SenateInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Political scienceJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Keating, Kenneth B.--(Kenneth Barnard),Case, Clifford P.--(Clifford Philip),Morton, Thruston B.--(Thruston Ballard),Dominick, Peter H.--(Peter Hoyt),Ford, Gerald R.,Dole, Robert J.,Griffin, Robert P.--(Robert Paul),Dirksen, Everett McKinleyFong, Hiram,Percy, Charles H.,Hansen, Clifford P.--(Clifford Peter),Mansfield, Mike,Eisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Javits, Jacob K.--(Jacob Koppel),Aiken, George D.--(George David),Scott, Hugh,Hruska, Roman L.--(Roman Lee),Goldwater, Barry M.--(Barry Morris),Nixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),Kennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Rockefeller, Nelson A.--(Nelson Aldrich),Beall, J. Glenn--(John Glenn),Allott, Gordon,Shepard, Alan B.--(Alan Bartlett),Cooper, John Sherman,AstronautsInvestment bankingProxmire, WilliamEmployeesHickenlooper, Bourke B.--(Bourke Blakemore),Clark, Joseph SFulbright, J. William--(James William),Supreme Court Building (Washington, D.C.)Banks and banking189519721950195319541955195619581959196019611962196519661967197919992002200320042005200620082011530495127ocn858586024ocn858523897ocn858522925ocn858640049ocn858648290ocn858522928ocn858522929ocn858643075ocn858606898ocn85852214771ocn858641248file19580.31Area Redevelopment Act. Report of the Committee on Banking and Currency together with minority views to accompany S. 3683. April 28, 1958. -- Ordered to be printed, with an illustration71ocn858576731file19540.31Securities exchange acts amendments. Report from the Committee on Banking and Currency to accompany S. 2846, a bill to amend certain provisions of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended; the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended; the Trust Indenture Act of 1939; and the Investment Company Act of 1940. February 26 (legislative day, February 25), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858581121file19540.31Authorizing transmission and disposition by the Secretary of the Interior of electric energy generated at Falcon Dam on the Rio Grande. May 14 (legislative day, May 13), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858522937file19530.31City of Clinton, Iowa, Bridge Commission, reviving and reenacting the Act of December 21, 1944. May 25 (legislative day, May 21), 1953. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858643962file19580.31Authorizing the construction of amphibious warfare vessels and landing craft. July 10, 1958. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858594069file19540.31Niagara River power project. August 19 (legislative day, August 5), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858692766file19610.31Area redevelopment -- 1961. Report of the Committee on Banking and Currency together with individual views to accompany S. 1. March 8, 1961. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858528339file19530.31Permitting the charging of tolls on certain highways constructed with federal aid. July 29 (legislative day, July 27), 1953. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858663695file19600.311960 joint economic report. Report of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, on the January 1960 economic report of the President with minority and other views. February 29 (legislative day, February 15), 1960. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858637374file19580.31Authorizing the erection of suitable markers at Fort Myer, Va., to commemorate early airplane flights. January 28 (legislative day, January 27), 1958. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858608487file19560.31Urban renewal assistance to disaster areas. May 14 (legislative day, May 7), 1956. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858579977file19540.31Authorizing appropriation of funds to provide for prosecution of projects in the Columbia River Basin for flood control. April 23 (legislative day, April 14), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858522929file19530.31Lower San Joaquin River project, California. May 25 (legislative day, May 21), 1953. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858644397file19580.31Waiving dual employment statutes for Canal Zone teachers. July 21, 1958. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858590402file19540.31Amendment to Federal Credit Union Act, as amended. July 24 (legislative day, July 2), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858585170file19540.31Conveying by quitclaim deed certain land to the State of Texas. June 25 (legislative day, June 22), 1954. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858709085file19620.31Annual report of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, on the January 1962 economic report of the President with minority and other views. March 7, 1962. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn858598951file19550.31Stock market study. Report together with individual views and minority views of the Committee on Banking and Currency, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session. May 26 (legislative day, May 2), 1955. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858522899file19530.31Authorizing appropriation of funds to provide for prosecution of projects in Columbia River Basin for flood control. May 25 (legislative day, May 21), 1953. -- Ordered to be printed71ocn858606898file19560.31Niagara redevelopment act of 1956. March 9 (legislative day, March 6), 1956: field under authority of the order of Senate of January 19 (legislative day, January 16), 1956. -- Ordered to be printed318015ocn056471745book20040.18Kelley, KittyThe family : the real story of the Bush dynastyBiographyThe Bush family's rise to dominance has been marked by their masterful orchestrations of their own public image, their money and status having always afforded them a curtain of privacy. Until now. An important polemic on wealth, power, and class in America, The Family is rich in texture, probing in its psychological insight, revealing it its political and financial detail, and stunning in the patterns that emerge and expose the Bush dynasty as it has never before been exposed+-+097850038555311ocn056390316rcrd20040.12Kelley, KittyThe family [the real story of the Bush dynasty]BiographyAs the Bush family has risen to dominance, so too they have been master orchestrators of their own public image, acting and operating under the shield of privacy their money and status have always afforded them. Until now+-+46386848253371ocn054822339book20040.16Spada, JamesThe Bush family : four generations of history in photographsPictorial worksA pictorial tour of four generations of the Bush family features photographs of the current president and his immediate family as well as family members from prior generations, in a tribute complemented by researched captions+-+39608876851922ocn707258974book20110.17Cohen, DavidThe Bush legacy : their story in photographsPictorial worksTraces three generations of the Bush family's lives and political careers+-+62323275961623ocn056972755book20040.14Kelley, KittyLa familia : la verdadera historia de la dinastía BushBiographyPresents a portrait of the Bush political dynasty and their influence on twentieth- and twenty-first century America, from Connecticut senator Prescott Bush, through his grandson, George W., the forty-third president of the United States+-+71379725851572ocn051060241book20030.21Herskowitz, MickeyDuty, honor, country : the life and legacy of Prescott BushBiographyPrescott Bush is the only person in U.S. history to be father of a U.S. president, grandfather of a U.S. president, and grandfather of a state governor. Duty, Honor, Country is more than a biography of the U. S. senator from Connecticut. It looks at the principles that Prescott Bush passed on like family heirlooms to his five children: discipline, duty, ethics, commitment, courage, honor, honesty, loyalty, and responsibility. And it looks at the Bush family legacy of public service+-+84555165961081ocn701797718visu19530.63Prescott Bush"Participants: Senator Prescott Bush (R-CT) interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Winston Burdett. Topics: Former President Truman's Labor Day speech attacking the Republican administration, the rise in interest rates, the cold war, and decisive issues in 1954 congressional elections."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, September 9, 1953 (200LW602)831ocn056390283rcrd20040.12Kelley, KittyThe family [the real story of the Bush dynasty]Biography751ocn701797817visu19540.63Prescott Bush"Participants: Senator Prescott Bush (R-CT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Highway improvement funds, toll roads, housing graft investigations, and rehabilitation home owner loans."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, October 11, 1954 (200LW603)191ocn020025947book19670.90Bush, Prescott SheldonEisenhower project101ocn070895012book20060.14Kelley, KittyRodzinaBiographyPresents a portrait of the Bush political dynasty and their influence on twentieth- and twenty-first century America, from Connecticut senator Prescott Bush, through his grandson, George W., the forty-third president of the United States71ocn062247414book20040.10Kelley, KittyBusshu famiri : [Busshu ichizoku kyoshoku no genryū 1908- ]BiographyThe Bush family's rise to dominance has been marked by their masterful orchestrations of their own public image, their money and status having always afforded them a curtain of privacy. Until now. An important polemic on wealth, power, and class in America, The Family is rich in texture, probing in its psychological insight, revealing it its political and financial detail, and stunning in the patterns that emerge and expose the Bush dynasty as it has never before been exposed71ocn057127033book20040.24Kelley, KittyLes Bush : la véritable histoire d'une dynastie : documentBiography41ocn070115527book20040.10Kelley, KittyBusshu dainasutei : Fashi nidai daitōryō eiga no angata 1972 nen--Biography21ocn085609082book20041.00Muʼminī, MaryamKhānvādah-yi Būsh : sih nasl-i āmīkhtagī-i iqtiṣād va siyāsatBiography21ocn779096831book20040.10Kelley, KittyLa familiaBiography+-+713797258522ocn062559824book20020.47Herskowitz, MickeyDuty, honor, countryBiography+-+845551659611ocn086100402mix19661.00Bush, Prescott SheldonReminiscences of Prescott Sheldon Bush :InterviewsYale; World War I; early business experience, investment banking; W.A. Harriman & Co., 1926-31, Brown Brothers Harriman, from 1931, role of private banking; early political activities, Republican Party in Connecticut; Senator, 1952-62; committees, legislation, Randall Commission on tariff and trade; campaign of 1956, development of Republican platform; impressions of President Eisenhower, John Foster Dulles, Senators Robert A. Taft and Joseph McCarthy, Averell Harriman, Robert Roosa11ocn753704401visu0.47Scott, Arthur EArthur E. Scott photograph collectionPhotographsThis collection contains photographs taken by Arthur E. Scott, a photojournalist and photo-historian for the U.S. Senate. It contains over 5,000 prints and negatives of United States politicians (mainly Senators), political events such as campaigns and inaugurations, and landmarks throughout the Washington, D.C. area, from the mid-1930s to the 1970s. There are also 27 scrapbooks compiled by Arthur E. Scott, primarily consisting of newspaper clippings of Scott's photographs. The collection also contains glass negatives from the 1910s and 1920s that were taken by other photographers11ocn256488555mix1.00Publicity photographs of U.S. Senator Hugh ScottPhotographsNegatives of publicity photographs taken by Senate photographers. Collection contains studio portraits of Scott and candid pictures of Senate activities, meetings, and press conferences. Of interest are photographs of his portrait by Louis Lupas. Photographs depict Scott with many Senate colleagues and national figures including Konrad Adenauer, George Aiken, Spiro Agnew, Gordon Allott, J. Glenn Beall, David Ben-Gurion, Hale Boggs, Willy Brandt, Edward Brooke, Prescott S. Bush, Clifford Case, Joe Clark, John S. Cooper, Walter Cronkite, John Danforth, Thomas Dewey, Douglas Dillon, Everett Dirkson, Thomas Dodd, Bob Dole, and Peter Dominick+-+0978500385Fri Mar 21 15:28:35 EDT 2014batch23149