Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General-- United States, Robert L. Doughton, Pat Harrison, Treasury Department, Eleanor Roosevelt,
Tax advice to Mrs. Roosevelt routine Treasury precedent, Congressional Committee told. Washington D.C. July 28. In ruling that a radio contract did not result in taxable income for Ms. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Treasury merely followed precedents, Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General told the Congressional Tax Committee today. Jackson is shown chatting with the Co-Chairmen, Rep. Robert L. Doughton, (left) and Senator Pat Harrison, following his appearance on the stand.
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Tax advice to Mrs. Roosevelt routine Treasury precedent, Congressional Committee told, Washington D.C., July 28, 1937
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