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Seventy-Seventh Congress

(1941-1943)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Leo Kocialkowski, Illinois

Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Richard J. Welch, California Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

W. Sterling Cole, New York William H. Larrabee, Indiana

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan Dan R. McGehee, Mississippi

Frank C. Osmers, Jr., New Jersey Charles J. Bell, Missouri

Karl M. Le Compte, Iowa Caroline O'Day, New York

Jeannette Rankin, Montana Newt V. Mills, Louisiana

George E. Howell, Illinois J.W. Robinson, Utah

Samuel W. King, Hawaii Territory Ed Lee Gossett, Texas Joseph A. McArdle, Pennsylvania Lindley G. Beckworth, Sr., Texas John E. Sheridan, Pennsylvania Stephen M. Young, Ohio Bolíivar Pa an, Comm. of Puerto Rico On January 5, 1942, Joseph A. McArdle, Pennsylvania, resigned from the House of Representatives. On January 15, 1942, Thomas J. Lane, Massachusetts, was appointed to the Committee. On March 19, 1942, Harry Sauthoff, Wisconsin and Joseph E. Talbot, Connecticut, were appointed to the Committee. On October 20, 1942, Joseph E. Talbot, Connecticut, was excused from the Committee.

Seventy-Eighth Congress

(1943-1945)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Charles Jasper Bell, Missouri

Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Richard J. Welch, California Dan R. McGehee, Mississippi

W. Sterling Cole, New York J.W. Robinson, Utah

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan Ed Lee Gossett, Texas

Karl M. Le Compte, Iowa James Domengeaux, Louisiana

Ralph E. Church, Illinois John S. Gibson, Georgia

Chester H. Gross, Pennsylvania Eugene F. Worley, Texas

Walter H. Judd, Minnesota Cecil R. King, California

Jay LeFevre, New York William L. Dawson, Illinois

Christian A. Herter, Massachusetts John W. Murphy, Pennsylvania

C.H. Ranulf Compton, Connecticut Antonio M. Fernandez, New Mexico

Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii Territory Harry Sauthoff, Wisconsin Boliivar Pa an, Comm. of Puerto Rico On September 30, 1943, Christian A. Herter, Massachusetts, was excused from the Committee. On January 27, 1944, Ralph E. Church, Illinois, was excused from the Committee. On February 10, 1944, Leon H. Gavin, Pennsylvania and Percy W. Griffiths, Ohio, were appointed to the Committee. On March 15, 1944, James Domengeaux, Louisiana, was excused from the Committee. On April 26, 1944, Cecil R. King, California, was excused from the Committee. On May 12, 1944, Frank W. Boykin, Alabama, and Donald L. O'Toole, New York, were appointed to the Committee.

Seventy-Ninth Congress

(1945-1947)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Charles Jasper Bell, Missouri Dan R. McGehee, Mississippi

Richard J. Welch, California J.W. Robinson, Utah

W. Sterling Cole, New York Ed Lee Gossett, Texas

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan James Domengeaux, Luoisiana

Karl M. Le Compte, Iowa John S. Gibson, Georgia

Chester H. Gross, Pennsylvania William L. Dawson, Illinois

Walter H. Judd, Minnesota Antonio M. Fernandez, New Mexico

Jay LeFevre, New York Frank W. Boykin, Alabama

Leon H. Gavin, Pennsylvania Donald L. O'Toole, New York

Percy W. Griffiths, Ohio Ralph H. Daughton, Virginia

Arthur L. Miller, Nebraska
George P. Miller, California

Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii Territory
Herbert J. McGlinchery, Pennsylvania
Jesús T. Pinero, Comm. of Puerto Rico

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COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

Eighty-Second Congress

(1951-1953)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

John R. Murdock, Arizona

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Clair Engle, California

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan Monroe M. Redden, North Carolina

Dean P. Taylor, New York Toby Morris, Oklahoma

Arthur L. Miller, Nebraska Kenneth M. Regan, Texas

Wesley A. D’Ewart, Montana Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Texas

Norris C. Poulson, California Walter S. Baring, Jr., Nevada

John P. Saylor, Pennsylvania Reva Z.B. Bosone, Utah

Edward H, Jennison, Illinois Harry P. O'Neill, Pennsylvania

Fred G. Aandahl, North Dakota Wayne N. Aspinall , Colorado

William Henry Harrison, Wyoming William L. Dawson, Illinois

J. Earnest Wharton, New York Sidney A. Fine, New York

Hamer H. Budge, Idaho Samuel W. Yorty, California

Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii Territory Chester B. McMullen, Florida James G. novon, New York Edward L. (Bob) Bartlett, Alaska Antonio Fernos-Isern, Comm. of Puerto Rico On October 17, 1951, Fred G. Aandahl, North Dakota, resigned from the Committee. On October 19, 1951, Ellis Y. Berry, South Dakota, was appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy of Fred Aanda hl. On February 26, 1952, Sidney A. Fine, New York, resigned from the Committee. On April 24, 1952, Leo W. O'Brien, New York, was appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy of Sidney Fine.

Eighty-Third Congress

(1953-1955)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Arthur L. Miller, Nebraska

Wesley A. D’Ewart, Montana

Clair Engle, California Norris C. Poulson, California

Kenneth M. Regan, Texas John P. Saylor, Pennsylvania

Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Texas William Henry Harrison, Wyomong

Wayne N. Aspinall, Colorado J. Earnest Wharton, New York

Samuel W. Yorty, California Ellis Y. Berry, South Dakota

James G. Donovon, New York Harold R. Gross, Iowa

Leo W. O'Brien, New York George H. Bender, Ohio

Eugene J. McCarthy, Minnesota Wiliam A. Dawson, Utah

Walter E. Rogers, Texas Alfred J. Westland, Washington

Gracie B. Pfost, Idaho John R. Pillion, New York

James A. Haley, Florida C. Clifton Young, Nevada

George A. Shuford, North Carolina Craig Hosmer, California

Edward L. (Bob) Bartlett, Alaska Territory John J. Rhodes, Arizona

Antonio Fernos-Isern, Comm. of Puerto Rico Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii Territory On June 11, 1953, Norris C. Poulson, California, resigned from the Committee. On August 1, 1953, Hamer H. Budge, Idaho, was appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy of Norris Poulson. On January 25, 1954, Eugene J. McCarthy, Minnesota, resigned from the Committee. On June 19, 1954, Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii Territory, died in office. On August 5, 1954 Mary E. Pruett Farrington, Hawaii Territory, was appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy of Joseph Farrington. On December 15, 1954, George Bender, Ohio, resigned from the Committee.

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