United States Senate Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds

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The U.S. Senate Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds was a committee of the United States Senate from 1883 until 1946. It was preceded by the United States Congress Joint Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds and succeeded by the United States Senate Committee on Public Works.

Committee Chairpersons[edit]

1883-1887: William Mahone (RA/R-VA)
1887-1893: Leland Stanford (R-CA)
1893-1895: George Vest (D-MO)
1895-1899: Matthew S. Quay (R-PA)
1899-1905: Charles W. Fairbanks (R-IN)
1905-1911: Nathan Scott (R-WV)
1911-1913: George Sutherland (R-UT)
1913-1918: Claude A. Swanson (D-VA)
1918-1919: James A. Reed (D-MO)
1919-1926: Bert M. Fernald (R-ME)
1926-1927: Irvine L. Lenroot (R-WI)
1927-1933: Henry W. Keyes (R-NH)
1933-1942: Tom Connally (D-TX)
1942-1945: Francis Maloney (D-CT)
1945-1946: Charles O. Andrews (D-FL)51