Maj. Gist Blair, representing the Military Order of the World War,
Washington, D. Č..
Samuel W. Boggs, geographer, Department of State..
Hon. Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary, Department of State-
J. Edward Cassidy -
Dr. Herbert Friedenwald, Washington, D. C-
Bell Gurnee, representing National Civic Federation, Women's
Dr. Joseph A. Hill, assistant to the Director of the Census, Depart-
ment of Commerce..
Hon. Harry E. Hull, Commissioner General of Immigration, Depart-
ment of Labor..
Francis H. Kinnicutt, Immigration Restriction League, and allied
patriotic society, New York City --
Edward R. Lewis, chairman executive committee Immigration
Restriction Association, Chicago, Ill..
Mrs. Sadye Linkletter, representing Daughters of America-
Demarest Lloyd, representing delegation of patriotic societies, Wash-
ington, D. Č.
| Hon. John W. McCormack, Representative in Congress from the
State of Massachusetts.
Samuel A. Mathewson, University Club, New York City -
Mrs. George Maynard Minor, Waterford, Conn., representing
Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, a society of
25,000 women. (Not heard at length-merely stated organiza-
tion she represented and their views) --
Arno P. Mowitz, representing the German Society of Pennsylvania,
for the relief of distress among German immigrants, Philadelphia,
Hon. B. Carroll Reece, representative in Congress from Tennessee,
representing at the request of Judge Noyes, the Junior Order of
United American Mechanics.-
Victor Frank Ridder, representing German element of the United
Senator Henrik Shipstead..
Frank B. Steele, secretary-general, representing Sons of American
Royal T. Stephens, president Patriotic Citizens Civic League, Phila-
Col. John Thomas Taylor, representing the American Legion,
Washington, D. C.
John B. Trevor, National Immigration Restriction Conference, New
Roscoe C. Walker, Woodcliffe, N. J., representing the Junior Order
of United American Mechanics of the State of New Jersey --- 107
Mrs. Sherman Walker, vice president general, Daughters of the
American Revolution, also chairman national defense committee
of the National Society, Washington, D. C.--
Hon. Robe Carl White, Assltant Secretary, Department of Labor..