Item No: pixc00995
Title: Some Job
Additional Title: Some Job
Print and Picture Collection
"President Harding is maintaining consistent reticence with regard to the details of the proposition he will make to Congress on the merchant marine. He is expected to make his address on the subject within a few days, but does not intend to ask that the matter be given precedence over other important questions. His first concern is to have the treaties arising from the Arms Conference ratified. Next in order are tariff legislation, the soldier bonus bill, and then the merchant marine. The bill for funding the foreign debt is already out of the way."
Special Washington Correspondence. "Subsidy and aid to shipping projects occupy center of stage in Washington." The Nautical Gazette 1922, February 18: p. 198.
Sykes, Charles Henry. "Some Job." Evening Public Ledger Sports Extra (Philadelphia, PA). 1922, February 17: p. 10.
Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist