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1930 Press Photo MIxed Claims Commission

AdID: 388804

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRY48435

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. Mixed Claims Commission Bound for the Hague -- The German-American Mixed Claims Commission snapped when they sailed from New York City, Sept. 3, for the Hague, where they will arrange for the final settlement of World War claims. Left to right: Chandler P. Anderson, New York City; Roland W. Bovden, Boston, Mass.; Robert W. Bonynge, New York City; Alice M. Ball, Washington, D.C.; Harold H. Martin, chief counsel, Washington, D.C.; Jackson C. Lusly, Balt., MD., Eugene F. Bogan, Washington, D.C.

Mixed Claims Commission, the joint American-German arbitration tribunal which heard United States citizens' damages claims against Germany for the destruction of property caused by the Reich's actions in the First World War (

Robert William Bonynge (September 8, 1863 - September 22, 1939) was a U.S. Representative from Colorado.
He was appointed United States agent before the Mixed Claims Commission (United States and Germany) in 1923 and before the Tripartite Claims Commission (United States, Austria, and Hungary) in 1927 (Wikipedia).

Photo measures 10.25 x 8inches. Photo is dated 09-09-1930.