List of Members of the United States House of Representatives in the 67th Congress by seniority

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This is a list of members of the U.S. House of Representatives in the 67th United States Congress by seniority. For the most part, representatives are ranked by the beginning of their terms in office.

As an historical article, the districts and party affiliations listed reflect those during the 67th Congress (March 4, 1921 – March 3, 1923). Seats and party affiliations on similar lists for other Congresses will be different for certain members.

This article describes the criteria for seniority in the House of Representatives and sets out the list of members by seniority. It is prepared on the basis of the interpretation of seniority applied to the House of Representatives in the 112th Congress. In the absence of information to the contrary, it is presumed that the twenty-first-century practice is identical to the seniority customs used during the 67th Congress.[1]

Seniority[edit]

House seniority[edit]

Seniority in the House, for Congressmen with unbroken service, depends on the date on which the members first term began. That date is either the start of the Congress (4 March in odd numbered years, for the era up to and including the 73rd Congress starting in 1933) or the date of a special election during the Congress. Since many members start serving on the same day as others, ranking between them is based on alphabetical order by the last name of the congressman. If there is still a tie, then the first names are used.

Representatives who return to the House, after having previously served, are credited with service equal to one less than the total number of terms they served. When a representative has served a prior term of less than two terms (i.e., prior term minus one equals less than one), the member is ranked above all others whose service begins on the same day.

Committee seniority[edit]

At the start of the 67th Congress in 1921, the committee assignments were made by each party and then formally approved by the whole House. Each party controlled the committee ranking of its members, but usually this followed the order of seniority of members in terms of service on the committee. It was customary for members of a committee, in the previous congress, to be re-appointed at the start of the next.

A seniority rule was normally used to decide committee chairmen. The chairman was likely to be the majority member of a committee, with the longest continuous service on it. However, party leadership was typically not associated with seniority.[2]

Out of a group of fifty nine standing committee chairmen, at the start of this Congress, Nelson Polsby identified forty four as the most senior member of the majority on the committee. In fifteen other cases, senior majority members were compensated for not being chairman of the committee (ten chaired another committee and five received better committee assignments than in the previous Congress). In no instance was there no obvious compensation for the apparent violation of the seniority custom.[3]

Committees[edit]

This list refers to the standing committees of the House in the 67th Congress, the year of establishment as a standing committee (adoption of the name used in 1921), the number of members assigned to the committee and the corresponding committee in the 112th Congress. Because of consolidation of committees and changes of jurisdiction, it is not always possible to identify a clear successor panel. [4]

No. 1921 Committee Established Members 2011 Committee
01 Accounts 1805 11 House Administration
02 Agriculture 1820 21 Agriculture
03 Alcoholic Liquor Traffic 1893 11 Judiciary
04 Appropriations 1865 35 Appropriations
05 Banking and Currency 1865 21 Financial Services
06 Census 1901 16 Oversight and Government Reform
07 Claims 1794 16 Judiciary
08 Coinage, Weights and Measures 1864 (1867) 18 Financial Services
09 Disposition of Executive Papers 1911 2 House Administration
10 District of Columbia 1808 21 Oversight and Government Reform
11 Education 1867 (1883) 15 Education and the Workforce
12 Election of President, Vice President and Representatives 1893 13 House Administration
13 Elections No. 1 1789 (1895) 9 House Administration
14 Elections No. 2 1895 9 House Administration
15 Elections No. 3 1895 9 House Administration
16 Enrolled Bills 1876 7 House Administration
17 Expenditures in the Agriculture Department 1889 7 Oversight and Government Reform
18 Expenditures in the Commerce Department 1903 (1913) 7 Oversight and Government Reform
19 Expenditures in the Interior Department 1860 7 Oversight and Government Reform
20 Expenditures in the Justice Department 1874 7 Oversight and Government Reform
21 Expenditures in the Labor Department 1913 7 Oversight and Government Reform
22 Expenditures in the Navy Department 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
23 Expenditures in the Post Office Department 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
24 Expenditures in the State Department 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
25 Expenditures in the Treasury Department 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
26 Expenditures in the War Department 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
27 Expenditures on Public Buildings 1816 7 Oversight and Government Reform
28 Foreign Affairs 1822 21 Foreign Affairs
29 Immigration and Naturalization 1893 15 Judiciary
30 Indian Affairs 1821 19 Natural Resources
31 Industrial Arts and Expositions 1903 16 Foreign Affairs
32 Insular Affairs 1899 21 Natural Resources
33 Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1795 (1892) 21 Energy and Commerce
34 Invalid Pensions 1831 16 Veterans' Affairs
35 Irrigation of Arid Lands 1893 13 Natural Resources
36 Judiciary 1813 21 Judiciary
37 Labor 1883 13 Education and the Workforce
38 Merchant Marine and Fisheries 1887 21 ...
39 Mileage 1837 5 House Administration
40 Military Affairs 1822 21 Armed Services
41 Mines and Mining 1865 14 Natural Resources
42 Naval Affairs 1822 21 Armed Services
43 Patents 1837 14 Judiciary
44 Pensions 1880 15 Veterans' Affairs
45 Post Office and Post Roads 1808 21 Oversight and Government Reform
46 Public Buildings and Grounds 1837 20 Transportation and Infrastructure
47 Public Lands 1805 21 Natural Resources
48 Railways and Canals 1831 (1869) 14 Transportation and Infrastructure
49 Reform in the Civil Service 1893 13 Oversight and Government Reform
50 Revision of Laws 1868 13 Judiciary
51 Rivers and Harbors 1883 21 Transportation and Infrastructure
52 Roads 1913 21 Transportation and Infrastructure
53 Rules 1880 12 Rules
54 Territories 1825 17 Natural Resources
55 War Claims 1825 (1873) 15 Judiciary
56 Ways and Means 1802 25 Ways and Means
57 Woman Suffrage 1917 13 ...
Joint Committees (House standing committee members only)
Jt 1 Library Joint 1806 5 House Administration
Jt 2 Printing Joint 1846 3 House Administration

List of Representatives by seniority[edit]

A numerical rank is assigned to each of the 435 members initially elected to the 67th Congress. Other members, who joined the House during the Congress, are not assigned a number.

Three Representatives-elect died before the Congress started. [5] The list below includes those Representatives-elect (with names in italics), with the seniority they would have held if they had been able to be sworn in.

The notes indicate female members and those from particular backgrounds: [AA] African American (none in this Congress), [AP] Asian Pacific, [F] Female and [H] Hispanic.

Major party designations used in this article are D for Democratic members and R for Republican representatives. Other designations include Ind for Independent and Soc for Socialist.

Rank Representative Party District Seniority date Notes
Twenty-three non-consecutive terms
001 Joseph G. Cannon R IL-18 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1873–91 and 1893–1913. Last term.
Fifteen consecutive terms
002 Frederick H. Gillett R MA-2 March 4, 1893 Dean of the House. Speaker of the House.
Fourteen non-consecutive terms
003 Henry A. Cooper R WI-1 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1893–1919
Thirteen consecutive terms
004 Thomas S. Butler R PA-7 March 4, 1897 Independent Republican, 1897–99. Chairman: Naval Affairs
005 James R. Mann R IL-2 Died November 30, 1922
006 William S. Greene R MA-15 May 31, 1898 Chairman: Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Thirteen non-consecutive terms
007 Frank W. Mondell R WY-al March 4, 1899 Previously served 1895–97. Majority Leader. Last term.
Twelve consecutive terms
008 Joseph W. Fordney R MI-8 March 4, 1899 Chairman: Ways and Means. Last term.
009 Gilbert N. Haugen R IA-4 Chairman: Agriculture
010 William W. Rucker D MO-2 Last term
Twelve non-consecutive terms
011 Richard W. Parker D NJ-9 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1895–1911 and December 1, 1914–19. Last term.
Eleven consecutive terms
012 Henry D. Flood D VA-10 March 4, 1901 Died December 8, 1921
013 Claude Kitchin D NC-2 Minority Leader
014 Lemuel P. Padgett D TN-7 Died August 2, 1922
015 Edward W. Pou D NC-4
Eleven non-consecutive terms
016 Julius Kahn R CA-4 March 4, 1905 Previously served 1899–1903. Chairman: Military Affairs.
Ten consecutive terms
017 Philip P. Campbell R KS-3 March 4, 1903 Chairman: Rules. Last term.
018 Charles R. Davis R MN-3 Chairman: Appropriations (1921)
019 John N. Garner D TX-15
020 Benjamin G. Humphreys D MS-3
021 Moses P. Kinkaid R NE-6 Chairman: Irrigation of Arid Lands. Died July 6, 1922.
022 Halvor Steenerson R MN-9 Chairman: Post Office and Post Roads. Last term.
023 Andrew J. Volstead R MN-7 Chairman: Judiciary. Last term.
Ten non-consecutive terms
024 William A. Rodenberg R IL-22 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1899–1901 and 1903–13. Chairman: Flood Control. Last term.
025 Daniel J. Riordan D NY-11 November 6, 1906 Previously served 1899–1901
Nine consecutive terms
026 Thomas M. Bell D GA-9 March 4, 1905
027 Frank Clark D FL-2
028 Finis J. Garrett D TN-9
029 Gordon Lee D GA-7
030 Martin B. Madden R IL-1
Nine non-consecutive terms
031 Theodore E. Burton R OH-22 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1889–91 and 1895–1909 (elected to, but did not serve in the 61st Congress)
032 Charles E. Fuller R IL-12 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1903–13. Chairman: Invalid Pensions.
033 Nicholas Longworth R OH-1 Previously served 1903–13
Eight consecutive terms
034 Rufus Hardy D TX-6 March 4, 1907 Last term
035 Willis C. Hawley R OR-1
036 Ben Johnson D KY-4
037 John W. Langley R KY-10 Chairman: Public Buildings and Grounds
038 James C. McLaughlin R MI-9
039 Adolph J. Sabath D IL-5
040 Daniel R. Anthony, Jr. R KS-1 May 23, 1907
041 Charles D. Carter D OK-3 November 16, 1907
042 C. Bascom Slemp R VA-9 December 17, 1907 Last term
Eight non-consecutive terms
043 Burton L. French R ID-1 March 4, 1917 Previously served 1903–09 and 1911–15
044 William H. Stafford R WI-5 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1903–11 and 1913–19. Last term until 71st Congress.
045 John M. Nelson R WI-3 Previously served September 4, 1906–19
046 Harry C. Woodyard R WV-4 November 7, 1916 Previously served 1903–11. Last term until 69th Congress.
Seven consecutive terms
047 Joseph W. Byrns D TN-6 March 4, 1909
048 J. Campbell Cantrill D KY-7
049 James W. Collier D MS-8
050 James W. Good R IA-5 Chairman: Appropriations. Resigned June 15, 1921.
051 William W. Griest R PA-9
052 William A. Oldfield D AR-2 Minority Whip
053 Thomas U. Sisson D MS-4 Last term
054 Edward T. Taylor D CO-4
055 Robert Y. Thomas, Jr. D KY-3
056 H. Garland Dupré D LA-2 November 8, 1910
Seven non-consecutive terms
057 Benjamin K. Focht R PA-17 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1907–13. Chairman: District of Columbia. Last term until 73rd Congress.
058 W. Bourke Cockran R NY-16 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1887–89; November 3, 1891–95 and February 23, 1904–09. Died March 1, 1923.
Six consecutive terms
059 Sydney Anderson R MN-1 March 4, 1911
060 Fred L. Blackmon D AL-4 Died, as Representative-elect: February 8, 1921
061 James F. Byrnes D SC-2
062 Ira C. Copley R IL-11 Progressive 1915–17. Last term.
063 Robert L. Doughton D NC-8
064 William J. Fields D KY-9
065 Henderson M. Jacoway D AR-5 Last term
066 J. Charles Linthicum D MD-4
067 John C. McKenzie R IL-13
068 Luther W. Mott R NY-32
069 Stephen G. Porter R PA-29 Chairman: Foreign Affairs
070 John E. Raker D CA-2
071 Arthur B. Rouse D KY-6
072 Charles M. Stedman D NC-5
073 Horace M. Towner R IA-8 Republican Conference Chairman. Chairman: Insular Affairs.
074 William R. Green R IA-9 June 5, 1911
075 Leonidas C. Dyer R MO-12 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1911-June 19, 1914
076 Carl T. Hayden D AZ-al February 19, 1912
077 William S. Vare R PA-1 May 24, 1912 Resigned January 2, 1923. Last term until 68th Congress.
078 Frank L. Greene R VT-1 July 30, 1912 Last term
079 Samuel M. Taylor D AR-6 January 15, 1913 Died September 13, 1921
Six non-consecutive terms
080 John Q. Tilson R CT-3 March 4, 1915 Previously served 1909–13
081 Charles R. Crisp D GA-3 March 4, 1913 Previously served December 19, 1896–97
Five consecutive terms
082 James B. Aswell D LA-8 March 4, 1913
083 Alben W. Barkley D KY-1
084 Frederick A. Britten R IL-9
085 Edward E. Browne R WI-8
086 John F. Carew D NY-18
087 Louis C. Cramton R MI-7
088 Charles F. Curry R CA-3 Chairman: Territories
089 Thomas B. Dunn R NY-38 Chairman: Roads. Last term.
090 George W. Edmonds R PA-4 Chairman: Claims
091 Simeon D. Fess R OH-7 Chairman: Education. Last term.
092 James A. Frear R WI-10
093 George S. Graham R PA-2
094 Albert Johnson R WA-3 Chairman: Immigration and Naturalization
095 Patrick H. Kelley R MI-6 Last term
096 Ambrose Kennedy R RI-3
097 Edgar R. Kiess R PA-15
098 Aaron S. Kreider R PA-18 Chairman: Expenditures in the Interior Department. Last term.
099 Ladislas Lazaro D LA-7
100 Carl E. Mapes R MI-5
101 Andrew J. Montague D VA-3
102 John M. Morin R PA-31
103 John I. Nolan R CA-5 Chairman: Labor. Died November 18, 1922.
104 James S. Parker R NY-29
105 Percy E. Quin D MS-7
106 Sam Rayburn D TX-4 Democratic Caucus Chairman
107 John J. Rogers R MA-5
108 Nicholas J. Sinnott R OR-2 Chairman: Public Lands
109 Addison T. Smith R ID-2 Chairman: Alcohol Liquor Traffic. Chairman: Irrigation of Arid Lands (1922).
110 Hatton W. Sumners D TX-5
111 Allen T. Treadway R MA-1
112 Otis T. Wingo D AR-4
113 Samuel E. Winslow R MA-4 Chairman: Interstate and Foreign Commerce
114 George M. Young R ND-2
115 James P. Buchanan D TX-10 April 15, 1913
116 John A. Peters R ME-3 September 9, 1913 Resigned, to become a US District Judge: January 2, 1922
117 Calvin D. Paige R MA-3 November 4, 1913
118 Frank Park D GA-2
119 James A. Gallivan D MA-12 April 7, 1914
120 Henry W. Temple R PA-24 November 2, 1915 Previously served (Progressive) 1913–15
121 Carl Vinson D GA-10 November 3, 1914
Five non-consecutive terms
122 William E. Mason R IL-al March 4, 1917 Previously served 1887–91. Died June 16, 1921.
Four consecutive terms
123 Edward B. Almon D AL-8 March 4, 1915
124 Isaac Bacharach R NJ-2
125 Eugene Black D TX-1
126 John G. Cooper R OH-19
127 Porter H. Dale R VT-2 Chairman: Expenditures in the Treasury Department
128 Frederick W. Dallinger R MA-8 Chairman: Elections No. 1
129 George P. Darrow R PA-6
130 S. Wallace Dempsey R NY-40 Chairman: Rivers and Harbors
131 Edward E. Denison R IL-25
132 Cassius C. Dowell R IA-7 Chairman: Elections No. 3
133 John A. Elston R CA-6 Progressive 1915–17; Republican and Progressive candidate: 1916 election. [6] Died December 15, 1921.
134 Richard P. Freeman R CT-2
135 Mahlon M. Garland R PA-al Died, as Representative-elect: November 19, 1920
136 James P. Glynn R CT-5 Chairman: Expenditures in the Post Office Department. Last term until 79th Congress.
137 Lindley H. Hadley R WA-2
138 Frederick C. Hicks R NY-1 Last term
139 George Huddleston D AL-9
140 Harry E. Hull R IA-2
141 James W. Husted R NY-25 Last term
142 Elijah C. Hutchinson R NJ-4
143 W. Frank James R MI-12
144 Royal C. Johnson R SD-2 Chairman: Expenditures in the War Department
145 Charles C. Kearns R OH-6
146 David H. Kincheloe D KY-2
147 Edward J. King R IL-15 Chairman: Expenditures in the Agriculture Department
148 Frederick R. Lehlbach R NJ-10 Chairman: Reform in the Civil Service
149 Walter W. Magee R NY-35
150 Whitmell P. Martin D LA-3 Progressive 1915–19
151 Clifton N. McArthur R OR-3 Last term
152 James V. McClintic D OK-7
153 Louis T. McFadden R PA-14 Chairman: Banking and Currency
154 Merrill Moores R IN-7
155 Sydney E. Mudd II R MD-5
156 William B. Oliver D AL-6
157 C. William Ramseyer R IA-6
158 C. Frank Reavis R NE-1 Resigned June 3, 1922
159 Thomas D. Schall R MN-10 Chairman: Alcohol Liquor Traffic (1922)
160 Frank D. Scott R MI-11
161 William J. Sears D FL-4
162 Isaac Siegel R NY-20 Chairman: Census. Last term.
163 Homer P. Snyder R NY-33 Chairman: Indian Affairs
164 Henry B. Steagall D AL-3
165 Walter R. Stiness R RI-2 Last term
166 Burton E. Sweet R IA-3
167 John N. Tillman D AR-3
168 Charles B. Timberlake R CO-2
169 George H. Tinkham R MA-11
170 Joseph Walsh R MA-16 Resigned August 2, 1922
171 Charles B. Ward R NY-27
172 Edward H. Wason R NH-2
173 Henry W. Watson R PA-8
174 Loren E. Wheeler R IL-21 Chairman: Railways and Canals. Last term until 69th Congress.
175 Thomas S. Williams R IL-24
176 Riley J. Wilson D LA-5
177 James W. Wise D GA-6
178 William R. Wood R IN-10
179 Peter F. Tague D MA-10 October 23, 1919 Previously served 1915–19
180 Norman J. Gould R NY-36 November 2, 1915 Last term
181 Bertrand H. Snell R NY-31 Chairman: War Claims
182 George M. Bowers R WV-2 May 9, 1916 Last term
183 Thomas W. Harrison D VA-7 November 7, 1916 Unseated on election contest: December 15, 1922. Last term until seated in 68th Congress.
Four non-consecutive terms
184 Walter M. Chandler R NY-19 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1913–19 (Progressive 1913–17). Last term.
185 M. Clyde Kelly R PA-30 March 4, 1917 Previously served (Republican) 1913–15. Progressive 1917–19.
186 James W. Overstreet D GA-1 Previously served October 3, 1906–07. Last term.
Three consecutive terms
187 William B. Bankhead D AL-10 March 4, 1917
188 Oscar E. Bland R IN-2 Chairman: Industrial Arts and Expositions. Last term.
189 Thomas L. Blanton D TX-17
190 Charles H. Brand D GA-8 First elected January 11, 1917 (before the start of the 65th Congress) [7]
191 Guy E. Campbell D PA-32
192 David G. Classon R WI-9 Last term
193 Tom T. Connally D TX-11
194 Frederick H. Dominick D SC-3
195 Herbert J. Drane D FL-1
196 Louis W. Fairfield R IN-12
197 Hubert F. Fisher D TN-10
198 William J. Graham R IL-14
199 Ira G. Hersey R ME-4
200 Clifford C. Ireland R IL-16 Chairman: Accounts. Last term.
201 J. Marvin Jones D TX-18
202 Harold Knutson R MN-6 Majority Whip. Chairman: Pensions
203 Milton Kraus R IN-11 Last term
204 William W. Larsen D GA-12
205 Clarence F. Lea D CA-1
206 Edward C. Little R KS-2 Chairman: Revision of Laws
207 Joseph J. Mansfield D TX-9
208 John F. Miller R WA-1
209 Henry Z. Osborne R CA-10 Died February 8, 1923
210 Fred S. Purnell R IN-9
211 Stuart F. Reed R WV-3 Chairman: Expenditures in the Justice Department
212 John M. Rose R PA-19 Last term
213 Archie D. Sanders R NY-39
214 Everett Sanders R IN-5
215 William F. Stevenson D SC-5 First elected February 21, 1917 (before the start of the 65th Congress) [8]
216 Nathan L. Strong R PA-27
217 Christopher D. Sullivan D NY-13
218 Albert H. Vestal R IN-8 Chairman: Coinage, Weights and Measures
219 Edward Voigt R WI-2
220 Wallace H. White, Jr. R ME-2 Chairman: Woman Suffrage
221 Frederick N. Zihlman R MD-6 Chairman: Expenditures in the Post Office Department; Chairman: District of Columbia; Chairman: Labor (1922)
222 Zebulon Weaver D NC-10 March 4, 1919 Previously served 1917-March 1, 1919
223 Sherman E. Burroughs R NH-1 May 29, 1917 Died January 27, 1923
224 Richard N. Elliott R IN-6 June 29, 1917 Chairman: Expenditures in the State Department
225 Willfred W. Lufkin R MA-6 November 6, 1917 Resigned June 30, 1921
226 Schuyler Merritt R CT-4
227 William C. Wright D GA-4 January 16, 1918
228 Anthony J. Griffin D NY-22 March 15, 1918
229 John W. Rainey D IL-4 April 2, 1918
230 S. Otis Bland D VA-1 July 2, 1918
231 Florian Lampert R WI-6 November 5, 1918 Chairman: Patents
232 Adolphus P. Nelson R WI-11 Last term
233 James P. Woods D VA-6 February 25, 1919
Three non-consecutive terms
234 William E. Andrews R NE-5 March 4, 1919 Previously served 1895–97. Chairman: Election of President, Vice President and Representatives. Last term.
235 Edgar C. Ellis R MO-5 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1905–09. Last term until 69th Congress.
236 Benjamin L. Fairchild R NY-24 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1895–97 and 1917–19. Last term until seated in the 68th Congress.
237 Daniel E. Garrett D TX-8 Previously served 1913–15 and 1917–19
238 Meyer London Soc NY-12 Socialist. Previously served 1915–19. Last term.
239 Marion E. Rhodes R MO-13 March 4, 1919 Previously served 1905–07. Chairman: Mines and Mining. Last term.
240 Edwin D. Ricketts R OH-11 Previously served 1915–17. Last term.
241 Milton W. Shreve Ind R PA-25 Independent Republican. Previously served (Republican) 1913–15. Republican 1919–21.
242 Anderson H. Walters R PA-al Previously served 1913–15. Chairman: Expenditures in the Labor Department. Last term until 69th Congress.
Two consecutive terms
243 Ernest R. Ackerman R NJ-5 March 4, 1919
244 Henry E. Barbour R CA-7
245 James T. Begg R OH-13
246 John S. Benham R IN-4 Chairman: Expenditures on Public Buildings. Last term.
247 William D. Boies R IA-11
248 John C. Box D TX-2
249 Clay S. Briggs D TX-7
250 Samuel M. Brinson D NC-3 Died April 13, 1922
251 Edward S. Brooks R PA-20 Last term
252 Edwin B. Brooks R IL-23
253 Clark Burdick R RI-1
254 William J. Burke R PA-al Last term
255 Carl R. Chindblom R IL-10
256 Charles A. Christopherson R SD-1
257 R. Clint Cole R OH-8
258 Frank Crowther R NY-30
259 Thomas H. Cullen D NY-4
260 Ewin L. Davis D TN-5
261 Lester J. Dickinson R IA-10
262 James W. Dunbar R IN-3 Last term until 71st Congress
263 Leonard S. Echols R WV-6 Chairman: Expenditures in the Navy Department. Last term.
264 Robert E. Evans R NE-3 Last term
265 Israel M. Foster R OH-10
266 Wells Goodykoontz R WV-5 Last term
267 Guy U. Hardy R CO-3
268 Edward D. Hays R MO-14 Last term
269 Andrew J. Hickey R IN-13
270 Homer Hoch R KS-4
271 Alanson B. Houghton R NY-37 Resigned February 28, 1922
272 Claude B. Hudspeth D TX-16
273 Albert W. Jefferis R NE-2 Last term
274 Paul B. Johnson, Sr. D MS-6
275 Evan J. Jones R PA-21
276 Samuel A. Kendall R PA-23
277 John C. Kleczka R WI-4 Last term
278 William C. Lankford D GA-11
279 Caleb R. Layton R DE-al Last term
280 Robert Luce R MA-13 Chairman: Elections No. 2
281 Oscar R. Luhring R IN-1 Last term
282 Clarence MacGregor R NY-41
283 John McDuffie D AL-1
284 Melvin O. McLaughlin R NE-4
285 Isaac V. McPherson R MO-15 Last term
286 James M. Mead D NY-42
287 Earl C. Michener R MI-2
288 C. Ellis Moore R OH-15
289 B. Frank Murphy R OH-18 Chairman: Expenditures in the Commerce Department
290 Cleveland A. Newton R MO-10
291 Walter H. Newton R MN-5
292 Charles F. Ogden R KY-5 Last term
293 Lucian W. Parrish D TX-13 Died March 27, 1922
294 Amos H. Radcliffe R NJ-7 Last term
295 John Reber R PA-12 Chairman: Mileage. Last term.
296 Daniel A. Reed R NY-43
297 Carl W. Riddick R MT-2 Last term
298 John M. Robsion R KY-11
299 James H. Sinclair R ND-3
300 John H. Smithwick D FL-3
301 Ambrose E.B. Stephens R OH-2
302 James G. Strong R KS-5
303 John W. Summers R WA-4
304 J. Will Taylor R TN-2
305 Charles J. Thompson R OH-5
306 James N. Tincher R KS-7
307 William D. Upshaw D GA-5
308 William N. Vaile R CO-1
309 J. Stanley Webster R WA-5
310 Hays B. White R KS-6
311 Richard Yates R IL-al
312 Fritz G. Lanham D TX-12 April 19, 1919
313 R. Walton Moore D VA-8 April 27, 1919
314 James O'Connor D LA-1 June 5, 1919
315 Oscar E. Keller R MN-4 July 1, 1919 Independent Republican 1919–21
316 Lilius B. Rainey D AL-7 September 30, 1919 Last term
317 Philip H. Stoll D SC-6 October 7, 1919
318 Patrick H. Drewry D VA-4 April 27, 1920
319 Rorer A. James D VA-5 June 1, 1920 Died August 6, 1921
320 Hamilton Fish III R NY-26 November 2, 1920
321 Francis F. Patterson, Jr. R NJ-1
322 Nathan D. Perlman R NY-14
323 Harry C. Ransley R PA-3
324 Lester D. Volk R NY-10 Last term
325 William B. Bowling D AL-5 December 14, 1920
Two non-consecutive terms
326 Albert A. Blakeney R MD-2 March 4, 1921 Previously served 1901–03. Last term.
327 Thomas A. Chandler R OK-1 Previously served 1917–19. Last term.
328 George K. Favrot D LA-6 Previously served 1907–09
329 John J. Kindred D NY-2 Previously served 1911–13
330 Joseph McLaughlin R PA-al Previously served 1917–19. Last term.
331 Peter G. Ten Eyck D NY-28 Previously served 1913–15. Last term.
332 Roy O. Woodruff R MI-10 Previously served (Progressive) 1913–15
One term
333 Martin C. Ansorge R NY-21 March 4, 1921 Only term
334 T. Frank Appleby R NJ-3 Only term until 69th Congress
335 Samuel S. Arentz R NV-al
336 William O. Atkeson R MO-6 Only term
337 Joseph D. Beck R WI-7
338 Carroll L. Beedy R ME-1
339 Richard E. Bird R KS-8 Only term
340 Harris J. Bixler R PA-28
341 Charles G. Bond R NY-8 Only term
342 Vincent M. Brennan R MI-13
343 Joseph E. Brown R TN-3
344 Alfred L. Bulwinkle D NC-9
345 Olger B. Burtness R ND-1
346 John L. Cable R OH-4
347 William W. Chalmers R OH-9 Only term until 69th Congress
348 Frank Clague R MN-2
349 John D. Clarke R NY-34
350 Wynne F. Clouse R TN-4 Only term
351 George P. Codd R MI-1
352 Don B. Colton R UT-1
353 Ross A. Collins D MS-5
354 Charles R. Connell R PA-10 Died September 26, 1922
355 James J. Connolly R PA-5
356 Clarence D. Coughlin R PA-11 Chairman: Expenditures in the Commerce Department. Only term.
357 Joseph T. Deal D VA-2
358 William J. Driver D AR-1
359 Charles L. Faust R MO-4
360 E. Hart Fenn R CT-1
361 Roy G. Fitzgerald R OH-3
362 William H. Frankhauser R MI-3 Died May 9, 1921
363 Arthur M. Free R CA-8
364 Louis A. Frothingham R MA-14
365 Hampton P. Fulmer D SC-7
366 Frank H. Funk R IL-17
367 Harry C. Gahn R OH-21 Only term
368 Lorraine M. Gensman R OK-6
369 Fred B. Gernerd R PA-13
370 Ralph W. E. Gilbert D KY-8
371 T. Alan Goldsborough D MD-1
372 John J. Gorman R IL-6 Only term until 69th Congress
373 William C. Hammer D NC-7
374 Harry B. Hawes D MO-11
375 Manuel Herrick R OK-8 Only term
376 John Philip Hill R MD-3
377 Joseph H. Himes R OH-16 Only term
378 Michael J. Hogan R NY-7
379 Theodore W. Hukriede R MO-9
380 John C. Ketcham R MI-4
381 William H. Kirkpatrick R PA-26 Only term
382 John Kissel R NY-3
383 Ardolph L. Kline R NY-5
384 I. Clinton Kline R PA-16
385 Charles L. Knight R OH-14
386 William F. Kopp R IA-1
387 Stanley H. Kunz D IL-8
388 Oscar J. Larson R MN-8
389 Henry F. Lawrence R MO-3 Only term
390 Elmer O. Leatherwood R UT-2
391 Warren I. Lee R NY-6 Only term
... Walter F. Lineberger R CA-9 Special election, before the start of the Congress: February 15, 1921
392 W. Turner Logan D SC-1
393 Bill G. Lowrey D MS-2
394 Homer L. Lyon D NC-6
395 Robert S. Maloney R MA-7 Only term
396 Washington J. McCormick R MT-1
397 John J. McSwain D SC-4
398 M. Alfred Michaelson R IL-7
399 Ogden L. Mills R NY-17
400 Frank C. Millspaugh R MO-1 Resigned December 5, 1922
401 Néstor Montoya R NM-al [H] Died January 13, 1923
402 Allen F. Moore R IL-19
403 William M. Morgan R OH-17
404 Miner G. Norton R OH-20 Only term
405 Charles F.X. O'Brien D NJ-12
406 Archibald E. Olpp R NJ-11 Only term
407 Tilman B. Parks D AR-7
408 Roscoe C. Patterson R MO-7 Only term
409 Randolph Perkins R NJ-6
410 Andrew N. Petersen R NY-9 Only term
411 Joseph C. Pringey R OK-4
412 John E. Rankin D MS-1
413 B. Carroll Reece R TN-1
414 Sidney C. Roach R MO-8
415 Alice M. Robertson R OK-2 [F] Only term
416 Benjamin L. Rosenbloom R WV-1
417 Albert B. Rossdale R NY-23 Only term
418 Thomas J. Ryan R NY-15
419 Morgan G. Sanders D TX-3
420 John N. Sandlin D LA-4
421 Lon A. Scott R TN-8 Only term
422 Guy L. Shaw R IL-20
423 Samuel A. Shelton R MO-16
424 John C. Speaks R OH-12
425 Elliott W. Sproul R IL-3
426 Fletcher B. Swank D OK-5
427 Philip D. Swing R CA-11
428 Herbert W. Taylor R NJ-8 Only term until 69th Congress
429 John R. Tyson D AL-2
430 Charles L. Underhill R MA-9
431 Charles F. Van de Water R CA-9 Died as Representative-elect: November 20, 1920
432 Hallett S. Ward D NC-1
433 William Williamson R SD-3
434 Harry M. Wurzbach R TX-14
435 Adam M. Wyant R PA-22
Members joining the House, after the start of the Congress
... Lamar Jeffers D AL-4 June 7, 1921 Special election
... John M. C. Smith R MI-3 June 28, 1921 Previously served 1911–21. Special election.
... Cyrenus Cole R IA-5 July 19, 1921 Special election
... Thomas S. Crago R PA-al September 20, 1921 Previously served 1911–13 and 1915–21. Special election. Last term.
... A. Piatt Andrew, Jr. R MA-6 September 27, 1921 Special election
... Chester W. Taylor D AR-6 October 25, 1921 Special election. Only term.
... James M. Hooker D VA-5 November 8, 1921 Special election
... John E. Nelson R ME-3 March 20, 1922
... Henry S. Tucker D VA-10 March 21, 1922 Previously served 1889–97. Special election.
... Lewis Henry R NY-37 April 11, 1922 Special election. Only term.
... Guinn Williams D TX-13 May 22, 1922 Special election
... Charles L. Abernethy D NC-3 November 7, 1922
... Charles L. Gifford R MA-16
... Augustin R. Humphrey R NE-6 Special election. Only term.
... Winnifred S. M. Huck R IL-al [F] Special election. Only term.
... James H. MacLafferty R CA-6 Special election
... Roy H. Thorpe R NE-1 Special election. Only term.
... Clarence W. Turner D TN-7 Special election. Only term until 73rd Congress.
... John Paul R VA-7 December 15, 1922 Seated after election contest. Only term.
... Mae E. Nolan R CA-5 January 23, 1923 [F] Special election
Non voting members
a Jonah K. Kalaniana'ole R HI-al March 4, 1903 [AP] Territorial Delegate. Died January 7, 1922.
b Jaime C. De Veyra N PI-al March 4, 1917 [AP] Resident Commissioner. Nationalist Party (PI). Last term.
c Félix Córdova Dávila U PR-al August 7, 1917 [H] Resident Commissioner. Unionist Party (PR).
d Isauro Gabaldon N PI-al March 4, 1920 [AP] Resident Commissioner. Nationalist Party (PI).
e Daniel A. Sutherland R AK-al March 4, 1921 Territorial Delegate
f Henry Baldwin R HI-al March 25, 1922 Territorial Delegate. Special election. Only term.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 112th Congress official House seniority list
  2. ^ Congress at the Crossroads, pp. 186-189 and see Cannon's Precedents, Volume VIII (8), Chapter CCXXXIV (234) for the rules and precedents applied by the House after 1910
  3. ^ Nelson W. Polsby, "The Growth of the Seniority System in the U.S. House of Representatives" American Political Science Review 63.3 (1970):787-807
  4. ^ Based on Rule X Organisation of Committees, in the House Rules and Manual for the 112th Congress. For numbers of committee members, see section 2183 of Cannon's Precedents Volume VIII (8), Chapter CCXXXIV (234). For establishment of standing committees see [1]
  5. ^ United States Congressional Elections 1788–1997, notes on page 430.
  6. ^ United States Congressional Elections, 1788–1997 page 409. Classified as a Republican from the 65th Congress by the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
  7. ^ United States Congressional Elections, 1788–1997 page 417. Not a candidate at the special election, on the same day, for the 64th Congress (page 406).
  8. ^ United States Congressional Elections, 1788–1997 page 417. Not a candidate at the special election, on the same day, for the 64th Congress (page 406).

 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.

  • Cannon's Precedents (U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access) [2]
  • Congress at the Crossroads, by George B. Galloway (Thomas Y. Crowell Company 1946)
  • United States Congressional Elections 1788–1997, by Michael J. Dubin (McFarland and Company 1998) ISBN 0-7864-0283-0

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