Longest Service (24 years or more):
Jacob K. Javits
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
|New York Senators Who Served in Leadership Positions|
President pro tempore: John Laurance
Republican Conference Secretary: James W. Wadsworth, Jr.
Party Whips: James W. Wadsworth, Jr.
Democratic Conference Vice Chair: Charles Schumer
Democratic Policy Committee Chair: Charles Schumer
National Republican Senatorial Committee Chair: Alfonse D'Amato
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chair: Charles Schumer
Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee Chair: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Standing Committee Chairs Since 1947:
|New York Senators Depicted on U.S. Postage Stamps:|
|John Foster Dulles
Robert F. Kennedy
William H. Seward (6 issues)
|New York Citizens Honored in the Capitol's Art Collection|
Statuary: George Clinton by Henry K. Brown (small House rotunda); Robert R. Livingston by Erastus D. Palmer (East central hall); Alexander Hamilton by Horatio Stone (Rotunda)
Frescos: Storming of Stony Point by Constantino Brumidi (S-128)
Paintings: Battle of Lake Erie by William H. Powell (Senate wing, east staircase); Discovery of the Hudson River by Albert Bierstadt (Members' private stairway, east corridor); Fort Lafayette, New York by Seth Eastman (Center section, first floor, west corridor); Fort Tompkins and Fort Wadsworth, New York by Seth Eastman (Center section, first floor, west corridor); Fort West Point, New York by Seth Eastman (Center section, first floor, west corridor); Niagara Falls in Winter by Regis Gignoux (Senate wing, third floor, south corridor); Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, New York by John Trumbull (Rotunda).
Portraits: Alexander Hamilton by Constantino Brumidi (S-216); John W. Taylor by Caroline L.O. Ransom (Speaker's Lobby, House wing, second floor); Theodore M. Pomeroy by George L. Clough (Speaker's Lobby, House wing, second floor).
Medallions: By Constantino Brumidi: John Jay (Senate wing, first floor, west corridor); Robert R. Livingston (2 works--Senate wing, first floor, west corridor and main corridor)
Building Materials, Furniture and Objects: Cast Iron for Capitol Dome--Janes, Fowler & Kirtland.