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544 results for NRA

225 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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19AIts PAC is the Political Victory FundRyan McCarty
57DArms-loving grp.Ali Gascoigne
2DOrg. opposed by Everytown for Gun SafetyPeter Gordon
31AOrg. behind the magazine America's 1st FreedomTemple Brown
53AOrg. with the longtime leader Wayne LaPierreKathy Bloomer
25DOrg. whose first-ever presidential endorsement was Ronald ReaganDaniel Kantor
31DBig D.C. lobby (9)Ned White
42AGrp. with a firearms museumErik Agard and Andy Kravis
42DGun enthusiast's org. (4)David Woolf
31DPublisher of American Hunter magazine, for shortZhouqin Burnikel
62DOrg. that sticks to its guns? (4)Bruce Haight
55DMajor group HQ'd in Fairfax, Va.Ryan McCarty and Alan Southworth
77ARange grp. (2)Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
62DGun lovers' org. (2)Bruce Haight
118DSecond Amendment org.Jeff Chen
26AOrg. with millions of members HQ'd in Fairfax, Va.Joe Krozel
35DPublisher of the magazine America's 1st Freedom, for shortAndrew Zhou
28DF.D.R.-created program with the slogan "We Do Our Part"Zachary Spitz
89APiece org.?Patrick Blindauer
31DSecond Amendment advocacy grp. (2)Timothy Polin
28DHunters' org.David J. Kahn
29APackers' grp.?Joel Fagliano
16AGun rights org. (3)Jason Mueller
74AOrg. with the magazine America's 1st FreedomBruce Haight
3DOrg. for piece keepers?David Steinberg
10DMajor D.C. lobbyJoel Fagliano
84AGrp. sponsoring the Muzzle Loading ChampionshipTom McCoy
120DBody with many arms, for shortJerry Miccolis
68DOrg. with the Eddie Eagle safety program (2)Priscilla Clark and Jeff Chen
47AGrp. that gets the lead out?Patrick Blindauer
118DPackers' org.? (2)David J. Kahn
14DPiece corps, briefly?Timothy Polin
64D2nd Amendment advocatePeter A. Collins
18AGrp. on the range? (2)Duncan Kimmel and Clara Williamson
64DPowerful D.C. lobby (5)David Steinberg
33AOrg. with many magazinesJames Mulhern
12D"From my cold, dead hands!" org.Alex Vratsanos and Sam Ezersky
33DShooters' org. (5)Finn Vigeland
38A20-Across grp.Xan Vongsathorn
42DCarrying people, for short?Michael Ashley
111DSee 69-Down (2)Pawel Fludzinski
55AOrg. that takes donations for the strapped?Tony Orbach and Patrick Blindauer
37DBrady Campaign opposer, for shortPatrick Berry
29A"Stand and fight" grp.Gary Cee
22AGrp. supported by 17-AcrossesNed White
34APowerful org. with HQ in Fairfax, Va.Patrick Blindauer and Andrea Carla Michaels
58ABig guns in D.C. lobbying?Lynn Lempel
16DOrg. with an eagle in its logo (2)Ian Livengood and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
15APistol PAC-ers?Peter A. Collins
49DSupporter of the Heller decision, 2008: Abbr.Joe Krozel
46AOrg. with lots of big shots?Sam Ezersky
19AOrg. that's a topic in "Bowling for Columbine"Andrew Reynolds
46DBig inits. for huntersDon Gagliardo and Zhouqin Burnikel
61DOrg. for big shots?Brendan Emmett Quigley
19A"From my cold, dead hands!" sloganeerStu Ockman
45ARight-to-bear-arms org.Gareth Bain
55ADepression-era agcy.Allan E. Parrish
45AOrg. full of big shots? (2)Joel Fagliano
62DIts first pres. was Gen. BurnsideLaura Sternberg
61ABig D.C. lobby (9)Susan Gelfand
6DSight-seeing grp.?Jules P. Markey
65DGrp. with a piece plan?Gary J. Whitehead
59DGun enthusiast's org. (4)Ellen Leuschner and Victor Fleming
65DHeat org.?John Farmer
63DKind of cardDavid Quarfoot
66DGun lobby org. (2)Michael Black
44DOrg. defending the Second AmendmentDavid Liben-Nowell
19AGun owners' org.Nina Rulon-Miller
29AHeat-seeking grp.?Frederick J. Healy
7DOrg. that sticks to its guns? (4)Lynn Lempel
30DNew Deal inits. (6)Oliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
22ARange grp. (2)Elizabeth A. Long
25AUlysses S. Grant was its eighth pres.Patrick Merrell
18A1930s org. with a blue eagle logoVictor Barocas
19AGun enthusiast's org. (4)Elizabeth C. Gorski
109DBig D.C. lobby (9)Patrick Berry
27AGrp. at home on the range?Charles Deber
114DNew Deal inits. (6)Patrick Merrell
79DPublisher of Shooting Illustrated, for shortBrendan Emmett Quigley
37AFiring squad?: Abbr. (2)Joe DiPietro
72AColt's fans, for short?Ed Sessa
44AArm supporters, for shortTyler Hinman and Byron Walden
18A"Piece" org. (2)Paula Gamache
57DGun rights org. (3)Ed Sessa
28DLobby in a D.C. building?Derek Bowman
25AOrg. concerned with firing practices?Peter A. Collins
28ANew Deal org. (2)Dan Naddor
61DGun lobbyists' org.Janet R. Bender
32DColt fans, for short?Ashish Vengsarkar
37DPAC for those who pack?Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
15AMany-armed org.? (2)Corey Rubin
104DIt has many arms: Abbr.Elizabeth C. Gorski
25AOldest U.S. civil liberties org.C. W. Stewart
75AMany-armed org.? (2)Daniel A. Finan
64DOrg. with good aims?Warren Biro
59DOrg. with the Eddie Eagle safety program (2)Brad Wilber
61DPackers' org.? (2)Joe Krozel
36DGun enthusiasts' org. (4)Peter A. Collins
66DNew Deal inits. (6)Allan E. Parrish
27DGun lobby inits. (2)Lucy Gardner Anderson
22AOrg. with an eagle in its logo (2)Peter A. Collins
34AGun lobby org. (2)Richard Chisholm
61DColt's fans?Joe DiPietro
76AProminent D.C. lobbyRobert W. Harris
25AOrg. that publishes American Hunter (2)Randall J. Hartman
38DSecond Amendment advocacy grp. (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
24AShooters' grp.Nancy Salomon
45APro-gun org.Richard Chisholm
42DOrg. of which U. S. Grant was once presidentElizabeth C. Gorski
7D"Piece" org. (2)David Levinson Wilk
46AShooters' org. (5)Elizabeth A. Long
32ASecond Amendment rights org.Steve Kahn
61DPiece-keeping grp.?Manny Nosowsky
121DOrg. that publishes American Hunter (2)Mark Feldman
57DPro-Second Amendment grp. (2)Fred Piscop
64AOrg. full of big shots? (2)Ethan Cooper
59A67-Across citers: Abbr.David Levinson Wilk
30AOrg. to which eight U.S. presidents have belongedPatrick Merrell
18DGun lovers' org. (2)Kevan Choset
61DNew Deal agcy. (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
37DBig D.C. lobby (9)Levi Denham
91DColt fan's org.Joe DiPietro
13DBig D.C. lobby (9)Roy Leban
65DOrg. of which eight U.S. presidents have been membersPatrick Merrell
33DOrg. concerned with barrelsA. J. Santora
57AF.D.R. initiativeRich Norris
72ABig D.C. lobby (9)Elizabeth C. Gorski
24APro-Second Amendment grp. (2)Michael Doran
23AGun rights grp.Harvey Estes
31APiece activists?: Abbr. (2)Ed Early
7AD.C. lobbying grp.Patrick Merrell
51ANew Deal inits. (6)Manny Nosowsky
31DAnti-Brady Bill org.Lee Glickstein
54DMillion Mom March target: Abbr.Frank Longo
71DBig D.C. lobby (9)Elizabeth C. Gorski
40ANew Deal agcy. (3)Ed Early
23AGrp. whose mascot is Eddie EaglePatrick Merrell
59AProgram begun under F.D.R.Bob Peoples
31DOrg. whose members are packing?Seth A. Abel
63DGun owners' grp.Sarah Keller
40DPro-gun rights org.Harvey Estes
64AHeston was its pres.Jay Livingston
29DGun rights org. (3)Harvey Estes
43AF.D.R.-era agcy.Nancy Nicholson Joline
58DGunners' org.Mel Taub
10DRod squad?: Abbr.Cathy Millhauser
35DGun lobby, brieflyGregory E. Paul
32AGrp. vigorously backing the Second AmendmentPeter Sarrett
43ANew Deal inits. (6)Charles M. Deber
117DCharlton Heston org.Elizabeth C. Gorski
8D1930's program, for shortPatrick Merrell
65DOrg. for people with armsNancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
38ANew Deal lettersManny Nosowsky
53DStrong D.C. lobbyCathy Millhauser
82D1930's inits.Elizabeth C. Gorski
28APAC whose members pack?Kevin Hagen
8DGunner's grp.Norma Johnson and Nancy Salomon
59ABig D.C. lobby (9)Randolph Ross
53AOrg. with the symbol Eddie EagleNathaniel Weiss
114DBig guns in D.C.?Alan Arbesfeld
42APiece activists?: Abbr. (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
69APowerful PACNancy S. Ross
42APiece advocates?: Abbr.Elizabeth C. Gorski
89DBig pol. campaign donorHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
57DOrg. that fought the Brady billMarjorie Richter
64DSee 49-Down (2)Cathy Millhauser
65DPres. Charlton Heston's groupPeter Gordon
60AFiring squad?: Abbr. (2)Patrick Berry
41ANew Deal org. (2)Frances Hansen
66AOrg. with a big PACNancy Nicholson Joline
16ASecond Amendment rights grp.David Levinson Wilk
104ABlue Eagle org.Nancy Nicholson Joline
19AGrp. all fired up about firing?Nancy Salomon
95DShooters' org. (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
27ABig D.C. lobby (9)Rich Norris
49ANew Deal inits. (6)Joy L. Wouk
67ASupporter of arms, for short (2)Greg Staples
33A1930's Depression org.Frances Hansen
55DSecond Amendment promoter: Abbr.Matthew Lees
41AGun grp. (4)Greg Staples
44DOrg. that sticks to its guns? (4)Nancy Salomon
6DSupporter of arms, for short (2)Harvey Estes
86D"We Do Our Part" org. (3)Brendan Emmett Quigley
49ASecond Amendment defender: Abbr.Alan Arbesfeld
36AGun grp. (4)Gregory E. Paul
2DSecond Amendment lobby, for shortManny Nosowsky
30AShooting match sponsor, for shortFrank Longo
82DBlue Eagle inits.Frances Hansen
102DMarksmanship org. founded in 1871Rich Norris
106AGun grp. (4)Nancy Salomon
55DGrp. on the range? (2)Harvey Estes
55DImportant 1930's inits.Robert H. Wolfe
58AGun grp. (4)Shannon Burns
53DOrg. with 3.4 million membersMartin Schneider
57DGun enthusiast's grp.Hugh Davis
81A"We Do Our Part" org. (3)June Boggs
54AOrg. that sticks to its guns (4)Gregory E. Paul
46ABlue Eagle initials (2)R. Silvestri
62DSecond Amendment supporters: Abbr.W. R. Williams
42DMuch-debated political inits.Jeremiah Farrell
13AGrp. that sticks to its gunsM. Ashwood-Smith
22DSecond Amendment advocate: Abbr.G. E. Sykes
37APowerful D.C. lobby (5)R. Hughes
46APowerful D.C. lobby (5)A. J. Santora
12DShooters' org. (5)G. Paul
29DPowerful D.C. lobby (5)Rich Norris
143DNew Deal agcy. (3)Nancy Nicholson Joline
72ABrady Bill opponentStanley Newman
35DDepression fighter: Abbr.Harvey Estes
61AGun lobby inits. (2)Jay Livingston
57APistol-packing org.Deborah Trombley
121D3-million-member sporting grp.Warren W. Reich
62DGun lobby grp.Randall J. Hartman
108A"We Do Our Part" org. (3)Bryant White
55DGun lobbyA.J. Santora
63DInits. of 1933Matt Jones
37AShooters' org. (5)Harvey Estes
57DF.D.R.'s Blue Eagle grp.Jonathan Schmatzbach
28ASporting org. with three million membersRich Norris
62DPowerful D.C. lobby (5)Timothy S. Lewis
124DWashington power grp.A.J. Santora
81AImportant D.C. lobbyCharles M. Deber
59DBlue Eagle agcy. of the 30'sEd Stein
20ABlue Eagle initials (2)Jonathan Schmatzbach
39DBrady bill opposerA.J. Santora

11 results for NRA from Variety puzzles.

Aug 14, 2016diagramless14APro-gun org.Sam Ezersky
Oct 17, 2010diagramless42DShooter's org.Paula Gamache
Aug 8, 2010panda21ACharlton Heston ran for president of this: Abbr.Mel Taub
Aug 23, 2009diagramless22DPiece-keeper's org.?Paula Gamache
Mar 27, 2005diagramless28AGun lovers' org.Michael Shteyman
Mar 28, 2004diagramless63DOrg. that gives piece a chance?Brendan Emmett Quigley
Feb 15, 2004diagramless52AGrp. whose cause is the Second AmendmentFred Piscop
Jan 18, 2004panda51DWho ran a lobby?Mel Taub
Jun 8, 2003diagramless33AAnti-gun control grp.Joe DiPietro
Dec 26, 1999diagramless31DOrg. against the Brady billFrank Longo
Jul 12, 1998panda21AGun enthusiasts ran itMel Taub

308 results for NRA from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

55DThe Blue Eagle was its sym.Betty JorgensenTaub
52DNew Deal legis.Robert O. DillmanTaub
3DNew Deal inits.Mary S. SnyderMaleska
36AA 1933 U.S. agencyMartin FassMaleska
64ANew Deal agcy.John GreenmanMaleska
36ABlue Eagle org.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
49ABlue Eagle org.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
49ANew Deal org.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
27AOrg. opposing the Brady billRichard SilvestriMaleska
20ABlue Eagle org.Betty JorgensenMaleska
61DHunters' gp.Virginia L. YatesMaleska
61DNew Deal meas.Walter CovellMaleska
29ANew Deal agcy.Walter CovellMaleska
60DNew Deal lettersDon GroatMaleska
22AHunters' org.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
61DOrg. for huntersEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
30AGun org.Judith C. DaltonMaleska
45AGun org.Kevin BoyleMaleska
40ANew Deal agcy.Lois SidwayMaleska
49AGun lobby: Abbr.Mark BlakeburnMaleska
46AHugh Johnson's org.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
63DNew Deal legis. actJeanette K. BrillMaleska
53ABlue Eagle org.Christy RidleyMaleska
49ABlue Eagle org.James L. BeattyMaleska
35AGun owners' gp.S. E. BookerMaleska
81DNew Deal org.Joan P. LeemhorstMaleska
60DBlue Eagle inits.C. McInerneyMaleska
37DPowerful D.C. lobbyFrank MiceliMaleska
26A"We Do Our Part" initialsEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
19AGun fanciers' org.Fred TooleMaleska
33DOrg. opposing gun-control lawsNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
24AGun org.Kenneth WitteMaleska
62DDepression agcy.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
59D"Right to bear arms" org.Jesse RoarkeMaleska
96DGun org.Charles M. DeberMaleska
48DPro-gun lobbyWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
92AAgcy. with an eagleLouis BaronMaleska
36ADepression-era agcy.Albert J. KlausMaleska
44AF.D.R. measureKenneth HaxtonMaleska
93ANew Deal inits.Frances HansenMaleska
7DBlue Eagle agcy.Joy L. WoukMaleska
59DBlue Eagle org.Christy RidleyMaleska
28AD.C. gun lobbyWhittenMaleska
107DHunter's org.Kay SullivanMaleska
36DNew Deal org.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
39AHunters' org.Mary S. SnyderMaleska
50ABlue Eagle initialsKathryn RighterMaleska
59DF.D.R.'s Blue EagleBernice GordonMaleska
39DSome New Deal initialsPeter SwiftMaleska
67DGun fanciers' org.Fred TooleMaleska
107DF.D.R. measureWarren W. ReichMaleska
40DF.D.R. programRobert H. WolfeMaleska
133AHugh Johnson's org.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
63DEagle of the 30'sJoy L. WoukMaleska
43DThirties inits.Mary M. MurdochMaleska
22ANew Deal agcy.Arnold MossMaleska
42ABlue Eagle monogramLouis SabinMaleska
56DInitials often seen in 1933Jim PageMaleska
65ANew Deal lettersEli WesoffMaleska
35ANew Deal agcy.JonesMaleska
2DBlue Eagle initialsBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
37ADepression meas.Nancy McCarthyMaleska
102DF.D.R. projectMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
29AF.D.R. measureDorothy DavisMaleska
56DHugh Johnson's org.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
59DBlue Eagle inits.Nancy McCarthyMaleska
46AF.D.R. programErnst TheimerMaleska
46AFederal agcy.: 1933–36Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
46ABlue Eagle inits.I. Judah KoolykMaleska
32ANew Deal org.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
21DBlue Eagle initialsMerryl MaleskaMaleska
21AF.D.R. programTangrediMaleska
29APowerful lobby in D.C.Peter G. SnowMaleska
33ABlue Eagle measureAlfio MicciMaleska
24AInitials in 1933A. J. SantoraMaleska
3DF.D.R. programJeanne WilsonMaleska
33AOrg. going great guns for firearmsW. W. HaywardMaleska
34ABlue Eagle meas.Alfio MicciMaleska
24ABlue Eagle agcy.Joy L. WoukMaleska
54DFormer Fed. agencyCromwellMaleska
33DBlue Eagle inits.Kevin WrayMaleska
35DF.D.R. agencyMarie WestMaleska
54A30's agcy.William CanineMaleska
58DBlue Eagle inits.Kevin WrayMaleska
34ASportsmen's org.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
50DGun org.WhittenMaleska
49DF.D.R. programWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
57DGun owner's org.Arthur W. PalmerMaleska
20DBlue Eagle org.I. Judah KoolykMaleska
46ANew Deal agcy.William JarvisMaleska
58DHunter's org.Samuel H. BarkanMaleska
51DOrg. against gun controlFraasMaleska
41AGovt. agency of yoreRabinowitzMaleska
63DGovt. agency of the 30'sLois SidwayMaleska
40DF.D.R. agencyRabinowitzMaleska
45AOrg. supported by many huntersJim ModneyMaleska
118AF.D.R.'s brainchildTap OsbornMaleska
56DF.D.R. agencyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
32ANew Deal prog.Alfio MicciMaleska
79AHunters' org.Elaine D. SchorrMaleska
51DDepression org.Michelle ArnotMaleska
19ADepression antidote, for shortRuth Lake TepperMaleska
3DHunters' org.GoldmannMaleska
33ABlue Eagle lettersBernice GordonMaleska
73AF.D.R. measureAnne FoxMaleska
21DF.D.R. org.Arnold MossMaleska
50AInitials in the 30'sGeorge Rose SmithMaleska
35A"Blue Eagle" measureCoppsMaleska
19ANew Deal initialsA. J. SantoraMaleska
34ANew Deal lettersMeunierMaleska
55AIts motto was "We Do Our Part"Dorothea E. ShippMaleska
24AF.D.R. agencyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
55DBlue Eagle lettersGurnerMaleska
44DNew Deal org.Sam Bellotto Jr.Maleska
58DF.D.R. agencyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
52DPump primer of the 30'sTap OsbornMaleska
42AF.D.R. measureKenneth HaxtonMaleska
58DBlue Eagle inits.A. J. SantoraMaleska
56DExtinct "Blue Eagle"H. Hastings ReddallMaleska
28A"We Do Our Part" initialsC. J. AngioMaleska
64D"Blue Eagle" initialsBert BeamanMaleska
8DMarksman's org.RickertMaleska
54DDepression initialsGeorge RaventosWeng
72DNew Deal org.J. A. FelkerWeng
153DDepression initialsBert KruseWeng
35AOrg. of 1930'sAnthony B. CanningWeng
21AInitials of the 1930'sBert BeamanWeng
41AF.D.R. programWilliam LutwiniakWeng
34DDepression agcy.Marjorie PedersenWeng
6AInitials of 1930'sVirginia SchneiderWeng
14ADepression org.George MadridWeng
39ANew Deal agencyAllan BlackmanWeng
62DInitials of the 1930'sBert BeamanWeng
34ANew Deal org.Sidney L. RobbinsWeng
40ANew Deal initialsAlfio MicciWeng
46AF.D.R. agencyEleanor TylerWeng
33AF.D.R. agencyMartha J. DeWittWeng
38AAgency of the '30'sLita M. ElversWeng
61DF.D.R. agencyA. J. SantoraWeng
98AF.D.R. measureEugene T. MaleskaWeng
67DDepression org.S. Courtney IzsakWeng
113DF.D.R. agencyThreba JohnsonWeng
47ADepression org.Reginald L. JohnsonWeng
98ADepression lettersNancy W. AtkinsonWeng
98AInitials of '30sBert BeamanWeng
34ABlue Eagle org.Reginald L. JohnsonWeng
19ANew Deal org,David P. BabcockWeng
34ANew Deal initialsSidney L. RobbinsWeng
56DF.D.R. agencyMarie WestWeng
8DNew Deal initialsBert KruseWeng
35AAgency of the 30'sUnknownWeng
7DInitials of the 30'sUnknownWeng
57ANew Deal initialsAlfio MicciWeng
58DInitials of 1933UnknownWeng
4DDepression agency: Abbr.UnknownWeng
50ANew Deal agencyUnknownWeng
55AF.D.R. agencyUnknownWeng
31DNew Deal initialsUnknownWeng
44AF.D.R. agencyUnknownWeng
47AAgency of the 1930'sUnknownWeng
59DDepression initialsUnknownWeng
31AAgency of the 30'sBrian G. TylerWeng
33ADepression agency: Abbr.UnknownWeng
53ANew Deal org.Jean J. DavisonWeng
43ADepression initialsUnknownWeng
53AInitials of the '30'sUnknownWeng
4DDepression agencyUnknownWeng
44ANew Deal lettersA. J. SantoraWeng
33AInitials of '30sEmanuel BergWeng
62DDepression agencyUnknownWeng
52DFormer U. S. agencyUnknownWeng
60DDepression agencyUnknownWeng
31AWashington initials of 1930'sUnknownWeng
105DF.D.R. agencyHerb RisteenWeng
56DDepression agencyUnknownWeng
41AAgency of 30'sUnknownWeng
79AInitials of '30'sBert RosenfieldWeng
114DOrg. of 1930'sThreba JohnsonWeng
95DAgency of 1930'sGuido N. ScaratoWeng
42ABlue Eagle initialsUnknownWeng
11DAgency of 1930'sUnknownWeng
21ADepression initialsUnknownWeng
119DDepression agencyGladys V. MillerWeng
59AGun group: Abbr.UnknownWeng
112DF.D.R. agencyEdward J. O'BrienWeng
21DNew Deal initialsUnknownWeng
24AAgency of the 30’sUnknownWeng
41DNew Deal agency: Abbr.UnknownWeng
26ADepression initials.UnknownWeng
64DExtinct eagle.UnknownWeng
43ANew Deal initials.UnknownWeng
47DInitials of '30sFrances HansenWeng
47A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
107A1933 initialsSara V. TuckermanFarrar
45AInitials of 1933.UnknownFarrar
32AInitials of 1933.UnknownFarrar
62D1933 initials.Arnold MossFarrar
28AInitials of the 1930's.A. J. SantoraFarrar
58DDepression remedy.UnknownFarrar
62D1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
23D1933 agency.UnknownFarrar
106DInitials of the 1930's.William LutwiniakFarrar
36AFDR agency.H. L. RisteenFarrar
45A1933 initials.Rachel F. BakerFarrar
43AInitials of the 1930's.William LutwiniakFarrar
55A1933 initials.Diana SessionsFarrar
39ANew Deal initials.UnknownFarrar
59A1933 agency.UnknownFarrar
23A1933 agency.UnknownFarrar
150DFDR agency.Will WengFarrar
28A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
60DFormer U. S. agency.UnknownFarrar
31DOne of F.D.R.’s agencies.UnknownFarrar
30A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
62DInitials of 1933.UnknownFarrar
56DFormer gov't agency.UnknownFarrar
28A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
95AGovt. agency of 1933.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
69APart of the New Deal.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
57DAgency of 1933.UnknownFarrar
60D1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
113D1933 agency.W. A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
25ANew Deal act.UnknownFarrar
81D1933 agency.Threba JohnsonFarrar
31AF.D.R. measure.UnknownFarrar
3DBlue Eagle's letters.Louise EarnestFarrar
58DCCC contemporary.Marvin AledortFarrar
23AFormer Gov’t. agcy.Jean ReedFarrar
106ABlue Eagle of 1933.A. J. SantoraFarrar
23DNew Deal initials.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
62DNew Deal initials.UnknownFarrar
38A1933 initials.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
22A1933 agency.UnknownFarrar
63D1933 initials.Roberta MorseFarrar
54DFDR measure.A. J. SantoraFarrar
37A1933 symbol.Roberta MorseFarrar
69ADepression antidote: Abbr.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
23A1933 agency.UnknownFarrar
65DFDR program.UnknownFarrar
23A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
56DInitials from 1933.UnknownFarrar
62A1933 government agency.UnknownFarrar
67DGen. Johnson's assignment, 1933–34.UnknownFarrar
55D1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
35A1933 initials.UnknownFarrar
97DBlue Eagle.Herbert EttensonFarrar
22AAgency of 1933.UnknownFarrar
34AEarly alphabetical agency.UnknownFarrar
48ABlue Eagle monogram.UnknownFarrar
35AIts emblem, the Blue Eagle.Hume R. CraftFarrar
60DBlue Eagle monogram.UnknownFarrar
39ABlue Eagle's initials.Roberta MorseFarrar
26ABlue Eagle's initials.J. F. KellyFarrar
104DBlue Eagle.Roberta MorseFarrar
36ADepression measure, 1933–36.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
56DF. D. R. measure.Sam LakeFarrar
46DNew Deal initials.UnknownFarrar
4DFormer government agency.Albert BlumFarrar
36DFormer government agency.UnknownFarrar
28AAct of 1933: Abbr.Helen FasuloFarrar
83AAntidepression agency.H. L. RisteenFarrar
117DFormer gov't agency.Paula BauersmithFarrar
61DThe Blue Eagle.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
55DBlue Eagle.UnknownFarrar
31AFormer Government agency.Roberta MorseFarrar
98DBlue Eagle.Grace HosterFarrar
15DGovernment agency of the Thirties.Diana SessionsFarrar
60DBlue Eagle letters.UnknownFarrar
60DAgency of depression era.H. L. RisteenFarrar
119DAgency of F. D. R. era.H. L. RisteenFarrar
21DExtinct eagle.Jules ArensbergFarrar
50DHistorical bluebird.UnknownFarrar
64DBlue Eagle measure.UnknownFarrar
60AAgency of the '30's.Louis SabinFarrar
25AAgency of the '30s.Mel TaubFarrar
34DThe Blue Eagle.John M. HolmesFarrar
60DAgency of the '30s.UnknownFarrar
42DThe Blue Eagle of 1933.Henry WolfeFarrar
113D1933 agency.Maura JacobsonFarrar
18DBlue Eagle.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
54D1933 measure.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
100DFormer agency.Marion MoeserFarrar
53ANew Deal agency.Morton BraunFarrar
132D1933 agency.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
57DBlue Eagle's initials.UnknownFarrar
47DBlue Eagle letters.George HendersonFarrar
45A1933 agency.S. A. KayFarrar
20AInitials of the Blue Eagle.UnknownFarrar
37AIndustrial law of 1933.UnknownFarrar
45AEmergency measure in the 1930's.UnknownFarrar
58DBird of the 30's.UnknownFarrar
16DNew Deal agency.UnknownFarrar
61DAn F. D. R. project, 1933–35.UnknownFarrar
48AExtinct “Blue Eagle.”UnknownFarrar
58DFormer New Deal agency.UnknownFarrar
89AAgency of 1933.Harold T. BersFarrar
57DGen. Johnson headed it.UnknownFarrar
8DExtinct "eagle."Eugene MaleskaFarrar
56AFormer New Deal agency.James NesiFarrar
60DAn early New Deal Act.UnknownFarrar
59AGovernment agency of the depression.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
60DThe Blue Eagle.Edward BucklerFarrar
102ANew Deal agency.Edward BucklerFarrar
126D"The Blue Eagle."Henry A. WolfeFarrar
17DFormer Federal agency: Abbr.Howard O. SmithFarrar
127DAct declared unconstitutional, May, 1935.Louis JenkinsFarrar
70AEarly New Deal act: Abbr.C. W. HudsonFarrar
146DRemember the Blue Eagle?Hugh P. EvansFarrar