All For "Al" and "Al" For All
Alfred E. Smith for president.
Democratic National Committee
Received of J. Clarence Davies the Sum of Five Hundred Dollars in contribution to the Fund to pay the...
Al Smith Lucky Pocket Piece
For personal liberty and national prosperity.
Al Smith for President
Collegium S. Bonaventurae
Estote autem factores verbi. Bonus miles Christi Jesu.
United States Treasury War Service
To Alfred E. Smith W.S.S.
1917 - France - 1918
Presented to His Excellency Alfred E. Smith, Governor of New York, by the General Lafayette Police Post,...
Magna est veritas et praevalebit. Presented by the University of Notre Dame to Alfred E. Smith.
Smith for President
[Alfred E. Smith.]
Photograph by Edward F. Foley.
[Al Smith when he was Sheriff of New York County.]
Photograph by G. Fisher New York.
Alfred E. Smith.
Fernando Fernandez, 1927.
You Can't Keep a Good Man Down.
Drawn by Harold M. Talburt.
[Al Smith with a large group in a lake.]
Pro Juventute - U.B.C.B.S.
The Lady On the Other Side Is Requested to Vote For Alfred E. Smith. Thank You
A. Smith - Elocution
St. James's School.
Bar Association of Nassau County
Presented to the Hon. Alfred E. Smith of New York as a testimonial of long and distinguished service...
For Governor Alfred E. Smith
To Alfred E. Smith For Distinguished Social Service to the City of New York
Better Times Committee on Awards.
National Institute of Social Sciences - Dignus Honore - Alfred E. Smith
The New York Academy of Public Education Award for Distinguished Service to Public Education to Alfred E. Smith
Massachusetts. Democratic National Convention, Houston, Texas, 1928
Annual Dinner First Panel Sheriff's Jury
January 12, 1916.
[Al Smith and Calvin Coolidge.]
[Al Smith at a campaign stop during his presidential race.]
[Al Smith listening to radio broadcast of the Democratic National Convention.]
[Al Smith and others listening to the Democratic National Convention on the radio.]
From left to right: George B. Graves, Smith's secretary, James Mahoney, assistant to Mr. Graves, and...
[Al Smith printing a copy of the Albany Knickerbocker Press.]
[Al Smith waving to crowds on arrival at Chattanooga, Tennessee during his presidential campaign.]
[Alfred E. Smith with two donkeys.]
[Al Smith and his wife at a campaign stop in Montana.]
[Al Smith surrounded by Boy Rangers.]
[Al Smith and his family.]
Top row (left to right) Alfred, Jr., Mrs. Alfred E. Smith, [unknown], Catherine, Emily. Bottom row (left...
[Al Smith with his family.]
[Al Smith giving his first speech after being nominated for the Democratic presidential candidate.]
Behind the Governor are (left to right): Corporal John Morrisey, Smith's personal bodyguard; Charles...
[Al Smith with his wife, Catherine Ann Dunn, and child.]
[Al Smith addressing crowds in Wichita, Kansas, during his presidential campaign.]
[Al Smith golfing.]
[Al Smith at the age of 27 with his wife, Catherine Ann Dunn, and their children Alfred, Jr. and Emily.]
[Al Smith and Robert Moses at the 10th Anniversay of Jones Beach State Park.]
[Al Smith taking the oath of office as Governor in 1922.]
[Al Smith being interviewed in his office.]
Photograph by The News Studio 220 East 42nd St.
[Al Smith signing a bomb being held by Mrs. Eddie Rickenbacker.]
[Al Smith with Boy Scouts.]
[Al Smith and another man at the State Office Building.]
Alfred E. Smith Governor of New York for President of the United States
[Brigadier General H. N. Gilbert, Marion Hargrove and Al Smith.]
[Al Smith after his election as Sheriff of New York County.]
Reproduction of a tintype from about 1894. | Standing in the background : Alfred E. Smith (next row)...
[Al Smith speaking in Sedalia, Missouri.]
[Al Smith delivering his acceptance speech after being nominated as the Democratic nominee for president.]
[Al Smith with friends.]
Reproduction of an earlier tintype.
[Al Smith presiding over a session of the Committee of the Whole in Albany.]
[Al Smith with his wife (neé Catherine Ann Dunn) at the Executive Mansion.]
Photograph by E. F. Foley.