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Dr. James Julius & Dorothy Chatham Flynn Richardson

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Dr. James Julius Richardson
&
Dorothy Chatham Flynn Richardson

Mr. J. J. Richardson will go to Baltimore on Monday to enter upon a course of medical lectures.
  New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, September 26, 1886

Dr. J. J. Richardson is home from Baltimore, where he recently graduated in medicine, and is now a full-fledged M.D. The Doctor has accepted a position in a hospital at Baltimore and will return again in a few weeks to enter upon his duties.
  i>New Martinsville, Wheeling Sunday Register, April 15, 1888

Dr. Jule Richardson is home from Baltimore spending the holidays.
  New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, December 30, 1888

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of New Martinsville: W. M. Williams, of St. Marys: W. F. Helm and C. H. Carpenter, of Cameron: Mrs. Thistle and Miss Wells, of Sistersville; Miss R. Reyner, of St. Mary's; Mrs. J. A. Johnson and Miss Maude Montgomery, of Parkersbug; Mrs. A. A. Davis, of Ritchie C. H. : Mrs. S. Atkinson and daughter, of Flushing, were the West Virginians at the Stamm House last evening.
  Wheeling Register, June 4, 1890

Dr. Jule Richardson moved into his new office in the Koontz block this week.
  New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, December 5, 1890 p. 2

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of New Martinsville, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Richardson will locate here for the practice of his profession about the first of the month.
  Moundsville, Wheeling Register, September 6, 1891

Dr. Richardson, of New Martinsville, was in town Monday.
 Monroe Gazette, Sept. 24, 1891 note--this could be his brother Harry as well

Dr. Richardson, who is a member of the Pension Examining Board, which meets at Sistersville on Wednesday of each week, will be absent from his office on that day.
  Moundsville Echo, October 1, 1891

Dr. Richardson and sister, Miss Daisy, spent Sunday with relatives here. Monroe Gazette, October 15, 1891

Article about the Moundsville Educational Insitution/Academy opening and J. J. Richardson will teach Latin. Moundsville Echo, December 4, 1891

Article about a hurt man who was treated by Dr. Richardson. Moundsville Echo, February 26, 1892

Dr. J. J. Richardson attended the funeral of James Staudford, at New Martinsville Tuesday. Moundsville Echo, Feb-March, 1892

J. E. Hunter Esq. and Dr. J. J. Richardson were down to New Martinsville attending a poetry party given by Miss Daisy Richardson last Friday evening. Dr. Richardson came back the next morning but Mr. Hunter was detained until the afternoon train. Moundsville Echo, April 1, 1892

Miss Daisy Richardson , of New Martinsville, was the charming guest of her brother, Dr. J. J. Richardson, the latter part of the week. Moundsville Echo, April 29, 1892

Dr. J. J. Richardson is attending the prisoners at the state institution in the absence of the regular physician, Dr. G. W. [ ]. Wheeling Register, September 11, 1892

Dr. J. J. Richardson attended the wedding of Miss Julia Cracraft at Wheeling Tuesday evening. Moundsville Echo, October 21, 1892

Article about a man that got hurt and was taken to Dr. Richardson's office--just included to place J. J. in Moundsville Moundsville Echo, April 28, 1893

Dr. J. J. Richardson and sister Miss Daisy, Mrs. Cockayne and daughters Misses Carrie and Daisy and Mr. Wm. M. Riggs and mother left for Chicago on Wednesday. Moundsville Echo, June 9, 1893

Mrs. Cockayne and daughters, Mrs. S. Riggs and son W. M. Riggs, Dr. J.J. Richardson and sister Daisy have returned from Chicago. While there the party visited the family of J. C. Weyman, former sheriff of this county. Moundsville Echo, June 23, 1893

Dr. J. J. Richardson and party returned from a ten days sojourn in Chicago on Saturday evening. Dr. Richardson says that the great show is too big to be seen and memorized in a few days, and that erroneous iimpressions have been made to the people by unscrupulous news reporters, especially in this the case in regard to West Virginia's building and exhibits. He says that generally our State exhibits compare very favorably with those of any other State and as to mineral and forestry we are a long ways ahead. He says that all West Virginians who have visited the show are proud of their State building and the sum appropriated by the State legislature has been well and economically expended. Moundsville Echo, June 2, 1893

Dr. Jule Richardson of Moundsville, and sister Miss Daisy, of this place left Wednesday morning for the World's Fair. They will spend ten days at that place. New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, June 28, 1893

Dr. J. J. Richardson has concluded to spend a year or more at the universities of Europe. Four years ago he graduated at the Medical college at Baltimore. Since then he has taken a post-graduate course in New York city. In the intervals he has practiced his profession with marked success. During the time he has been in this city he has build up a large and paying practice. He has made many warm friends here who will welcome him to his old place on his return. He will leave here on about the 12th or 14th and remain a few days in Baltimore and New York with old friends and will sail for Edinburg, Scotland, on the 21st. After spending some time in Scotland he will go to Germany. Moundsville Echo, September 1, 1893

Dr. J. J. Richardson said goodby to his many friends here on last Friday and is now well on his way to Edinburgh, Scotland, where he will remain for some time. Moundsville Echo, September 22, 1893

Dr. J.J. Richardson spent Sunday with relatives in town.
Monroe Gazette, October 4, 1894

Miss Daisy Richardson is very ill of nervous affection. So severe has been her affection during the past few days that her brother, Dr. J. J. Richardson, was called from Washington, D.C., Thursday.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, December 16, 1894

Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, D.C., was here yesterday on his way home from New Martinsville, where he was visiting his sister, who is quite sick.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, February 27, 1895

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richardson, of Main St.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, April 5, 1895

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C. was visiting relatives here Thursday.
Monroe Gazette, April 25, 1895

Dr. J. J. Richardson left yesterday to spend a month's vacation. He will visit his parents, in West Virginia, and spend a few weeks in Deer Park with dog and gun.
Washington Post, August 6, 1895

Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, DC is spending the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richardson of Main St.
Wheeling Sunday Register, August 11, 1895 (New Martinsville)

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., and Dr. Harry Richardson, of Iowa, were called home the first of the week by the serious illness of their sister, Miss Daisy.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, December 29, 1895

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C. is in town.
Sisterville, Wheeling Register, January 31, 1896

Dr. J. J. Richardson was calling on friends here Saturday.
Monroe Gazette, April 2, 1896

Homer Richardson left Monday for Washington D.C., to visit his brother, Dr. J. J. Richardson.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, July 12, 1896

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richardson of Main St.
New Martinsville, Wheeling Register, August 30, 1896

Dr. J. Richardson is in the city, the guest of friends, on his way to Washington, D.C. after a pleasant visit to his old home at New Martinsville.
Moundsville, Wheeling Register, September 13, 1896

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., is in town.
Sistersville, Wheeling Register, January 31, 1896

West Virginia Republicans Will Feast Gov.-elect George Y. Atkinson, will be the guest of honor at the annual banquet of the West Virginia Republican Association, at the Hotel Wheeling, this evening. It is expected that about 120 will partake of the feast, including a number of West Virginia officials and Representatives. The committee in charge of the banquet consists of Dr. J. P. Miller, chairman: H. A. Vale, Capt, F E. Hart, J. W. De Grange, Capt. A. M. Fuller, Capt. J. M Pipes, J H D. Turner, C. M. Shinn, Dr. J. J. Richardson, D. F. Scottt, John Slack, and W. J. Drummond
Washington Post, January 20, 1897

Dr. J. J. Richardson Improving Dr. J. J. Richardson, of 1101 Fourteenth street, who fell from his wheel last week and received severe injuries, is resting comfortably at the Garfield Hospital, but will be unable to be out for some time.
Washington Post, June 13, 1897

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of 1101 Fourteenth street, has returned to the city after a five weeks' sojourn at Chautauqua Lake, Niagra Falls, and other resorts.
Washington Post, August 28, 1898

Last Rites Over William Smith
Dr. J. J. Richardson listed as a pall-bearer.
Washington Post, August 11, 1899

Honored Their State
West Virginia Republicans at a Banquet
Dr. J. J. Richardson in the guest list.
Washington Post, February 17, 1900

Miss Daisy Richardson, who has been in Washington, D.C. for the past six weeks visiting her brother, Dr. J. J. Richardson, returned home the last of the week. She returnd hme by way of Parkersburg, where she stopped for a few days visiting Mrs. W. D. Moore. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Moore, who will spend some time visiting friends here.
New Martinsville News, July 15, 1901

To Treat President's Throat
A Specialist Will Accompany Mr. Roosevelt on His Western Tour
Special to the New York Times
Washington-Sept. 17- A novel departure in campaign methods is to be made by President Roosevelt in his Western tour, which is soon to begin. He is going to take no chances on breaking down from throat trouble as a result of continued speaking. He is to be accompanied by a throat specialist, who will take along a complete outfit for treating his distinquished patient. As soon as the President has made a speech he will go back into his car and be put into trim for his next speech by his physician.

The specialist is Dr. James J. Richardson, of this city. He is a graduate of the Maryland University of Baltimore, and has studied in Edinburgh, Paris, and Berlin. He is about thirty-six years of age.
Washington Post, September 18, 1902

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., who is to accompany President Roosevelt on his Western trip, arrived in the city this morning to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richardson. Dr. Richardson is a noted throat specialist, and has made it a study.
New Martinsville News, September 19, 1902

The announcement was made at Guthrie Oklahoma of the engagement of Miss Dorothy Flynn, daughter of Delegate Flynn of Oklahoma, and Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, one of the special physicians in attendance on President Roosevelt.
Omaha World Herald, September 28, 1902
President's Injury Keeps These Sweethearts Apart. Washington, Sept. 30. Announcement is made of the engagement of Dr. J. J. Richardson, the Washington throat specialist, who accompanied the President on his western tour, to Miss Dorothy Flynn, duaghter of Dennis Flynn, delegate in congress from Oklahoma. Dr. Richardson intended visiting his fiancee in Guthrie while on the tour with the President but the sudden interruption of the journey necessarily changed his plans. Miss Flynn is a brunette. She has been a social leader in Oklahoma for several years.
Trenton Times, Tuesday, September 30, 1902

Dr. J. J. Richardson The Well Known Physician, to Marry Daughter of Delegate Dennis Flynn
A special from Washington says that announcement has been made of the engagement of Dr. J. J. Richardson, the Washington throat specialist who accompanied the president on his western tour, to Miss Dorothy Flynn, daughter of Dennis Flynn, delegate in congress from Oklahoma. Miss Flynn is a brunette. She has been a social leader in Oklahoma for several years. Dr. Richardson is a son of R. T. Richardson, druggist, of this city and is well known to our people, having been born in this city.
New Martinsville News, October 3, 1902

Dr. J. J. Richardson, a prominent physician of Washington, D.C., arrived in the city this morning on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, and will spend a few days in the city as the guest of his parents, Mr. and R. T. Richardson. Dr. Richardson is a noted eye, nose and throat specialist and accompanied President Roosevelt on his western trip.
Evening Dispatch, Saturday, Jan. 10, 1903

Dr. J. J. Richardson has returned to Washington, D.C., after spending a couple of days in the city as the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richardson.
Evening Dispatch, January 13, 1903

Vocal Cords of Strenuous President Roosevelt Must Be Kept in Good Condition for His Salve Spreading Tour
Washington, Feb. 20- As a result of a recent attack of grippe, President Roosevelt is afflicted with a severe case of larynigitis . Surgeon General Rixey, who is the presidents medical advisor yesterday called Dr. J. J. Richardson, Washington's famous throat specialist, in consultation.....tour which it was his intention to undertake in March, will not begin until May......
The Lima Times, Lima, Ohio, February 20, 1903

President Gets Bill of Health. Doctors Say Throat Will not Cause Postponement of Hunting Trip
Washington, February 21-Surgeon General Rixey and Dr. J. J. Richardson have made a critical examination of the president's throat and larynx......
Decatur Herald, Decatur, Illinois, February 22, 1903

Dr. Jule J. Richardson was the guest of his parents R. T. Richardson and wife, this week. Mr. Richardson is to be married this month to Miss Dorothy Flynn, daughter of Representative Flynn of Oklahoma.
Wetzel Republican, April 16, 1903

Dr. J. Richardson, of Washington was with relatives here Sunday.
New Martinsville News, April 16, 1903 [Sardis column]

Weddings of A Day
Richardson-Flynn
Special to the New York Times
Washington, April 20.--At St. Thomas's Church at 8 o'clock this evening Miss Dorothy Flynn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Flynn of Oklahoma, was wedded to Dr. James Julius Richardson of this city. The bride was accompanied to the altar by her father and was attended by Miss Irene Turner of Oklahoma and Miss Margerie Post of this city as bridesmaids. Dr. Richardson was accompanied by Dr. George A. Lung, United States Navy, who acted as best man. The large company of guests, which filled the church, was seated by Dr. J. Foster Scott, Dr. Joseph S. Wall, Otto Carmichael, and Walter Penfield.

Among the quests were a large number of Government officials and colleagues to Mr. Flynn in the last House, in which he served as Delegate from Oklahoma.

The bridal couple will sail for Italy Wednesday and will spend three months in Europe.
New York Times, April 20, 1903


The Wedding Last Night at Church and Home desc. of the wedding (mentions Dr. Lung, Roosevelt's attending physician on the tour, and best man)
Evening Star, April 21, 1903
Miss Flynn Married
Wedding of Popular Oklahoma Girl in Washington
Washington, April 21

St. Thomas Episcopal church was filled by a fashionable company last evening to witness the marriage Miss Dorothy Blanchard [misspelled in article, should be Blanton] Flynn to Dr. James Julius Richardson, the bride being the daughter of Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, of Guthrie O.T., former delegate in congress from that territory. The chancel was profusely decorated in white blossoms and palms. The pews were marked out with Easter lilies. The ushers were Dr. J. Foster Scott, Dr. Joseph S. Wall and Mr. Walter Penfield. The bridge, accompanied by her father, entered the church to the music of Lohengrin, rendered by the regular organist. She was preceded y the ushers and two maids. The later were Miss Irene Turner of Oklahoma and Miss Marjarie Post of Michigan, who wore trained gowns of white mulle built on white ......[am skipping the dress detail] The groom entered the church from the vestry and joined the bride at the chancel, attended by his best man, Dr. George A. Long, Rev. Ernest C. Smith, rector of the church, read the marriage service....There was no reception, only the bridal party returning to the Flynn residence on Yale street where Mrs. Flynn has been seriously indisposed for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson left last evening for Boston, and sailed today on the Vancouver for Italy. [skipping dress description again] On their return to town, next autumn, they will reside at Stoneleigh court, the apartment house now nearing completion on Connecticut avenue, which is being built by Secretary Hay.
The Oklahoman, April 22, 1903 p. 3

Dr. and Mrs. James J. Richardson, who are spending their honeymoon in Europe, are at the Grand Hotel Victoria, Sorrento, Italy, for a stay of some weeks.
Washington Post, June 1, 1903

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have returned from their trip through continental Europe and England and Scotland. They sailed from Liverpool on the Teutonic, and reached Washington Saturday evening.
Washington Post, August 4, 1903

Mrs. Flynn, wife of former Delegate Flynn, of Oklahoma, is spending some time with her daughter, who was married last spring to Dr. Richardson of this city. Mrs. Richardson has been quite ill, but is improving. Their handsome new apartment house of the secretary of state's, Stoneleigh court, has been ready for them for weeks, but Mrs. Richardson has not been able keep house for an indefinite time. Mrs. Richardson was a great favorite in society as Miss Dorothy Flynn.-Washington Society News.
Daily Oklahoman, January 24, 1904

Mrs. James J. Richardson have a luncheon yesterday at the New Willard.
Washington Post, January 26, 1904

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have gone to the latter's former home, Oklahoma, for their summer outing. Mrs. Richardson is well known here as Miss Dorothy Flynn, daughter of the Delegate in Congress from that Territory. Since her marriage a year ago she has taken little part in society, where she was formerly so very popular, but having recovered from her severe illness of the winter, she will resume her place next season. Dr. Richardson will remain away for two weeks, Mrs. Richardson spending a month with her parents.
Washington Post, August 3, 1904

Washington Guests at St. Louis Hotels Inside Inn-I. C. Richmond and party......Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson....
Washington Post, August 11, 1904

Dr. J. J. Richardson has returned to the city from a trip to the St. Louis Exposition and through the West. Mrs. Richardson will remain a few weeks in Oklahoma with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn.
Washington Post, August 21, 1904

Hon. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, with Masters Streeter and Budge Flynn; and their daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Flynn Richardson of Washington, D.C., who has been their guest for the past several weeks, left the first of the week for St. Louis, where they will remain for some time, Mrs. Richardson afterwards returning to her Washington home and the Flynn's to Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoman September 7, 1904

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, of Oklahoma, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, at the Portland.
Washington Post, January 12, 1905

Mrs. Roosevelts Tea Her Hospitality Enjoyed by a Large Company Second of Friday at Home ......Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson is on guest list....
Washington Post, Saturday, January 28, 1905

Rare Display of Gowns and Gems at Inauguration Ball
Mrs. J. J. Richardson-white velvet in Dresden design, with girdle of pearls, and pearl necklace....
Washington Post, March 5, 1905

Atltantic City: The Washington arrivals for the week at the leading hotels, include
St. Charles-Mrs. J. J. Richardson
Washington Post, April 9, 1905

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson will sail on July 8, on the Princess Irene, for Naples.
Washington Post, June 25, 1905

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson left Washington yesterday for New York, where they will sail to-day on the Princess Irene for Europe, returning in September. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson spent the summer abroad two years ago on their wedding trip. Mrs. Richardson was Miss Dorothy Flynn, daughter of ex-Representative Dennis J. Flynn of Oklahoma.
Washington Post, July 7, 1905

Dr. J. J. Richardson and Mrs. Richardson, Mr and Mrs. E. H. Doughty, Mr. Francis Smith, and W. A. Noyes, all of Washington, are this week in Paris.
Washington Post, August 9, 1905

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who are now in Switzerland, were accorded a private audience by his holiness Pope Pius X, during their recent visit to Rome.
Washington Post, August 13, 1905

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who have spent the past two months in Europe, have returned to the city and are occupying their apartment at the Portland.
Washington Post, September 5, 1905

Mr. and Mrs. Willard Celebrate Golden Wedding ...Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are on guest list.
Washington Post, Tuesday, November 7, 1905

President and Wife Give Reception to Diplomats ....Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are on guest list.
Washington Post, Friday, January 5, 1906

President and Wife Give Reception to Diplomats
...Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are on the guest list.
Washington Post, Friday, January 5, 1906

Set Hours fro Clinics Changes Facilitate Treatment of Tuberulosis Cases. ...Dr. J. J. Richardson, through whose initiative necesry apparatus was installed, will peronsally conduct the work....
Washington Post, February 9, 1906

Mrs. J. J. Richardson has gone to Oklahoma for a few week's visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn.
Washington Post, March 6, 1906

Mrs. J. J. Richardson is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Flynn, of Oklahoma.
Washington Post, March 25, 1906

Republican Banquet League of State Clubs Dine at Masonic Temple ....Dr. J. J. Richardson attended
Washington Post, April 22, 1906

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson gave a dinner last evening at the Portland in honor of the Assistant Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Ryan, who sail from New York for Naples tomorrow.
Washington Post, May 7, 1906

Charities Committee's Offices Changes have been made in the committe regulations of the Associated Charities. The committee on the prevention of consumption, housing conditions, summer outing, and public playgrounds have removed their quarters from 926 F. Steeet northwest to the Ouray building, 805 G. street northwest, room 705. The dispensary work will continue as follows: ....The thoat work is in charge of Dr. J. J. Richardson Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings at the regularr hours.
Washington Post, May 13, 1906

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have closed their house on Connecticut Avenue and have gone to Chevy Chase for the summer.
Washington Post, June 24, 1906

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who have been at Chevy Chase Inn since early summer, are being visited by Miss Richardson, a sister of Dr. Richardson.
Washington Post, Sunday, July 29, 1906

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who spent the greater part of the summer at the Chevy Chase Inn, have left the city for a few days' outing.
Washington Post, Sunday, September 9, 1906

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who have been the guest of Senator and Mrs. Martin, of Virginia, at their country place, "Scotlands" in Albermarle County, have returned to the city and are at the Portland.
Washington Post, September 17, 1906

Brilliant Throng at President's Reception to Diplomatic Corps Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson listed among the invited.
Washington Post, January 4, 1907

Mrs. Vespasian Warner, wife of the Commissioner of Pensions, gave a prettily appointed luncheon yesterday at Rauscher's.....Mrs. J. J. Richardson.
Washington Post, February 9, 1907

Chamber of Commerce will Ballot Tomarrow Night applicants to come before chamber for election.....Dr. J. J. Richardson...
Washington Post, May 12, 1907

Among Those Who are Comfortably Established at Chevy Chase Inn are Gen. and Mrs. H. C. Corbin, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson....
Washington Post, July 7, 1907

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson entertained at dinner last evening at Chevy Chase Inn for Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. Corbin, who leave to-day for their place at Kennebunk, Me.
Washington Post, August 18, 1907

Mrs. J. J. Richardson left on the Frisco last evening for her home in Washington, D.C., after a short visit here with her mother, Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, 401 West Thirteenth street. Mrs. Richardson was the honor quest of Miss Irene Tuner at an especially pretty bridge party yesterday afternoon until train time.
Daily Oklahoman, October 1, 1907

Mrs. J. J. Richardson has returned to the city after spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Flynn, in Oklahoma.
Washington Post, Sunday, October 6, 1907

Guests Invited to Reception Guest list for President Roosevelt's reception in honor of diplomatic corps. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are on guest list.
Washington Post, January 10, 1908

Mr. George Post Wheeler, who has been the guest of Secretary and Mrs. Taft for the past week, is now with Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson at the Portland.
Washington Post, January 15, 1908

Mrs. J. J. Richardson has cards out for a tea on Wednesday at the Portland, complimentary to Mrs. Hallie Erminie Rives Wheeler, who is now her guest. Mrs. Wheeler, who is the wife of Mr. G. P. Wheeler, secretary of the American Embassy at Tokyo, is spending some time in Washington. She was the guest last week of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Taft.
Washington Post, January 21, 1908

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson gave a theater party last evening, followed by a supper at the New Willard, when their guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb, jr., Mrs. Post Wheeler, and Mr. John Barrett. Mrs. Wheeler, who has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Richardson for several days, will leave for New York today.
Washington Pst, February 4, 1908

Mrs. J. J. Richardson is the guest of friends at the Plaza, New York, for a few days.
Washington Post, February 26, 1908

Society Hears Operetta
"The Prince of Parcheese!" Again Attracts Fashionable Audience
...With Dr. and Mrs. Richardson were Justice and Mrs. Anderson, and Senator and Mrs. Gamble.
Washington Post, April 22, 1908

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have gone to Chicago, to attend the national convention.
Washington Post, June 17, 1908
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Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who, with Dr. Richardson, attended the Republican national convention in Chicago, returned to their apartments, in the Portland, yesterday. Dr. Richardson returned to Washington Thursday. They will remain here some time and probably go to Europe for the summer.
Washington Post, June 28, 1908

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are the guests of Senator and Mrs. Martin at Charlottsville, VA.
Washington Post, July 5, 1908

The Hon. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn are home from Chicago, where Mr. Flynn attended the National convention. There were met there by Dr. and Mrs. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., and after the convention Mr. Flynn enjoyed a few day's fishing in Wisconsin while Mrs. Flynn and her daughter, visited together in Chicago, Dr. Richardson returning home.
Daily Oklahoman, July 14, 1908

Richardson are in Paris
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who sailed for Europe the early part of this month, have arrived in Paris.
Washington Post, August 15, 1908

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richadson have returned to Washington from a trip to Europe.
Washington Post, September 1, 1908

For Taft, Radical La Follette Labels Candidate as Progressive
...several treatments were applied during the day to relieve the condition by the throat specialist from Washington D. C., Dr. J. J. Richardson, but the constant demands made on the candidate....
Washington Post, September 25, 1908
Mrs. J. J. Richardson is the guest of Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. Corbin, at Highwood, during the absence of Dr. Richardson, who is accompanying Mr. Taft on his speaking tour.
Washington Post, October 2, 1908


Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who was the guest of Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. Corbin for the past week, returned yesterday to her apartment, at the Portland, where she is with her mother, Mrs. Flynn, of Oklahoma.
Washington Post, October 2, 1908

Mrs. J. J. Richardson has returned to her apartments, in the Portland, after having spend several days with Dr. Richardson in Cincinnati.
Washington Post, October 14, 1908

Taft in Baltimore
Dog at His Heels
...at this the animal set up an awful racket. Two or three local committeemen made a grab for him, but Dr. J. J. Richardson, Mr. Taft's physician, finally planted his hand on the back of the dog's neck, and it disappeared into the wings...
Washington Post, October 20, 1908

Taft is Much Better. Rest Has Restored Vocal Powers Nearly Worn out By Talk
Cincinnati, October 23...Taft spend a comparatively quiet day. He arrived at 7 o'clock this morning and will leave at the same hour tomorrow morning for three days of strenuous campaigning in Indiana. After that he will travel to New York for the last week of the campaign. Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, a throat specialist, who is traveling with Mr. Taft, tonight said that his patient.....
The Evening Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, October 22, 1908

En Route with Taft. Dr. Richardson of Washington
Taft is herded in and protected by a highly efficient and ornate staff. First, here is Dr. J. J. Richardson, who comes from Washington, and who looks down his esophagus.....
Washington Post, November 1, 1908

Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, of Oklahoma, wife of former Representative Flynn, and mother of Mrs. J. J. Richardson, has taken an apartment at the Arlington for the winter and placed her two sons in school.
Washington Post, November 3, 1908

Gets Glad Tidings. Judge Taft Early Appraised of His Victory. Happy Crowd at Brother's Cincinnati Home
Cincinnati, Nov. 3...this article is about the group gathered in the family manion. In the drawing room were gathered Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Taft and their daughter, Miss Louise, Mrs. William H. Taft and her three sisters...also Miss Delia Tarry....Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, Fred W. Carpenter, Judge Taft's secretary, A. L. Voreys, and J. Williams.......
The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebraska, November 4, 1908

Guest Invited to the White House Reception
..on list is Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson
Washingto Post, January 8, 1909

Again on the Grid. Statesmen Targets for Gibes of Newspaper Men
skits on Public Events
...Dr. J. J. Richardson on the guest list.
Washington Post, January 31, 1909

Mrs. M. J. Colbert was hostess at a tea yesterday afternoon in honor of Miss Ida Wynne, daughter of the consul general at London and Mrs. Wynne. Mrs. Colbert was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Loftus, Mrs. J. J. Richardson....
Washington Post, February 3, 1909
Mrs. Raymond Patterson was hostess at a luncheon yesterday, in honor of her house guests, Mrs. Cyrus C. Turner, of New York, and Miss Ewen, of Evanston, Ill. Invited to meet them were Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of the Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. John E. Wilkie, Mrs. J. J. Richardson, Mrs. Charles Wood, Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. Francis Bennett Poe, Mrs. Paul Charlton, Miss Herrick, and Miss Sara Cleghorn.
Washington Post, March 12, 1909

F. H Hitchcock is Ill. Undergoes an Operation for Abscess of the Nose
...an operation was performed yesterday by Dr. J. J. Richardson and the patient was reported last night to be resting easily....
Washington Post, April 25, 1909

Chamber's New Field. Directors Name Committee on Parks and Highways.
...President Gude also announced the appointment of the following committee on public health, which was authorized at the last meeting....Dr. J. J. Richardson...
Washington Post, June 3, 1909

Mrs. D. T. Flynn, of Oklahoma, accompanied by her two sons and daughter, Mrs. J. J. Richardson, of this city, started yesterday on a motor trip to Atlantic City and through New England. Mr. Flynn and Dr. Richardson will join the party later.
Washington Post, July 15, 1909

Plans of President. Message Thought Out
...the personnel of the president's traveling party has been completed. While the trip promises to develop into the longest ever...there will be John Hays Hammond, president of the league of Re; Clubs: Captain Archibald W. Butt, military aide; Wendell Mischler, assistant secretary; Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C. James Sloan Jr. and L. C. Wheeler of the secret service, and Major Arthur Brooks, the pres. confidential messenger...six newspaper men...the party will travel in two private cars attached for the greater part of the time to regular trains.
The Daily Northwester, Oshkosh, WI, August 19, 1909

Beverly, Massachusetts, August 19
..this is a long article but J. J. Richardson is part of the traveling party.
Washington Post, August 20, 1909

Mrs. J. J. Richardson's large portrait picture with caption "An American Beauty who is much in demand in Washington society. She is the wife od Dr. J. J. Richardson, President Taft's physician. Nebraska State Journal, Friday, August 27, 1909

New Bank Organized
...Dr. J. J. Richardson on the board of directors.
Washington Post, September 9, 1909

Mr. Taft's Long Journey Actually Begins Tomorrow
Dr. J. J. Richardson is on this trip...Taft goes to Boston, then to Pacific Coast, trip down the Mississippi, and through Dixie.
Washington Post, September 13, 1909

Start of President Taft's Long Trip; Some of the Men Who Make Up the Party
...there is large picture of Carpenter, Wagner, Hammond and J. J. Richardson in this article.... caption: President Taft's party for the first lap of his 13, 000 mile trip consists of Captain Butt, his military aide; Secretary Fred Carpenter, and Assistants Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, W. W. Nischler and C. W. Wagner, two secret service operatives and six newspaper men. John Hays Hammond, who is the president of the League of Republican Clubs, has turned the steward and cook of his private yacht over to Mr. Taft to take charge of the culinary department of the president's private car.
Cochocton Daily, September 15, 1909

Taft on Golf Trip
...mention's Taft's health and Dr. J. J. Richardson
Washington Post, September 19, 1909

Corbin Burial Service. General to Be Laid in Grave Tomorrow at Arlington
The burial of Gen. Henry C. Corbin, U.S.A. will take place at...only members of Gen. Corbin's family and his close friends will be present....Mrs. J. J. Richardson is on this very short list of friends.
Washington Post, September 23, 1909

Corbin Near Lawton. Rests at Last Near His Former Brother in Arms.
...Mrs. J. J. Richardson listed as intimate family friend.
Washington Post, September 25, 1909

Taft Eats Dinner Without Speeches
Gregory, Tex., October 19
...with the president at the ranch house in addition to Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Taft and Miss Louise Taft, are Secretary of War Dickinson, Capt. A. W. Butt, Dr. J. J. Richardson and Col. Cecil A. Lyon, Rep. Nat. Committeeman...
The Indianapolis Star, December 20, 1909

Luncheon for Mrs. Rudolph
Mrs. Rudolph, wife of Commissioner Cuno H. Rudolph, was the guest of honr at a luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Robert N. Harper. Asked to meet Mrs. Rudolph were...Mrs. J. J. Richardson...
Washington Post, April 26, 1910

President Taft was decidely hoarse tonight. He left Washington this morning with a severe cold which threatened bronchial complications. His physician, Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, accompanied him. Washington Post, May 10, 1910

Hitchcock Seeks Rest Postmaster General Takes Ocean Voyage on Advice of Physicians ...Dr. J. J. Richardson, President Taft's physician, and also Mr. Hitchcock's physican, said yesterday:..." Washington Post, July 14, 1910

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson will leave Washington next week for the Hot Springs, Va., where they will spend some weeks at Homestead. Washington Post, Saturday, July 30, 1910

Dr. J. J. Richardson, a well known throat specialist of Washington, D.C., arrived in the city Sunday on a short visit with his father, Dr. R.T. Richardson. He left Tuesday morning for other points. Wetzel Democrat, Friday, August 5, 1910

The visit of Dr. J.J. Richardson to the city was expected to straighten out the postoffice matter but nothing has come of the visit. Mr. J.F. McCaskey still retains the office, although it is said that R.T. Richardson, father of Dr. Richardson, had received the appointment some time ago. It is now believed that matter will not be settled until the next meeting of Congress and that Mr. McCaskey will still hold the office until that time. for some unknown cause the appointment seems to have been held up. Wetzel Democrat, Friday, August 5, 1910

Recent arrivals at the Homestead include Mr. E. S. Matthews, Miss Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, Miss Alice E. Burbage, R. C. Chance and Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin Scranage of Washington.
Washington Post, August 14 and August 28, 1910

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who spent the late summer at the Springs and were entertained extensively during their stay, left last night to their home in Washington. Washington Post, Sunday, September 4, 1910

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, who spent August at Hot Springs, Va., going from there to New York, have returned to Washington. Washington Post, Tuesday, September 13, 1910

Ready for Cabinet. White House Awaits Arrival of Mr. Taft's Adviser.
...President Taft arrived in Washington at 8:40 o'clock yesterday morning from Cincinnati...Dr. J. J. Richardson, who care for the President's throat during his speech making tour last year, was at the station to greet him.
Washington Post, September 26, 1910

With a Bad Cold Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson is suffering from a heavy cold and is confined to his apartments at the Portland. He was at ....serious enough for Dr. J. J. Richardson, physician to President Taft, who is attending him, to order him to reamin with doors..... Washington Post, December 12, 1910

Quote from Dr. J. J. Richardson about the medical prosects for the year. Washington Post, January 1, 1911

Bank's New Home Finished District National Will Keep Open House on Tuesday. ..new home of the District National Bank, at 1406 G. St., NW....directors...Dr. J. J. Richardson.... Washington Post, January 1, 1911

J. J. Richardson a director of District National Bank Washington Post, Janaury 11, 1911

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson entertained at dinner last night at the Portland, in compliment to Mr. Justice and Mrs. Van Devanter. The other guests were: Mr. Justice and Mrs. Hughes, Senator and Mrs. Clark, Senator and Mrs. Beveridge, Senator and Mrs. Owen, Brig. Gen. Clarence R. Edward, Representative and Mrs. Beall, Mr. Jasper Wilson, Miss Hammond and Miss Clark of Boston. Washington Post, February 9, 1911

President Has Severe Cold Taft in Columbus Ohio and has Dr. J. J. Richardson because of his cold. Washington Post, February 11, 1911

Rites for Mrs. Viles ...Dr. J. J. Richardson one of the pallbearers
Washington Post, May 1, 1911

The Barnard Motor Car Co. reports the sale of a Stoddard "30" foredoor touring car to Dr. J. J. Richardson.....
Washington Post, May 10, 1911

Deeds of Trust. Square 2198.
James J. Richardson et ux, to National Savings and Trust Company, to secure American Security and Trust Company and Amos H. Plumb, trustees, $13,070.30, 5 years, 5 percent, semiannual, lot 1 and part lot 2.
Washington Post, May 24, 1911

Recent Opposition to Mr. Taft ....said William Grimes, of Coos Bay, Oregon, at the New Willard..... Mr. Grimes was the first United States Marshal of the Oklahoma Territory. He is in Washington to visit his old friends, Representatives' Bird McGuire and Dick T. Morgan, of Oklahoma, and Dr. J. J. Richardson, President Taft's physician.
Washington Post, Saturday, May 27, 1911

Massachusetts Avenue Heights- American Security and Trust Company et al., trustees to James J. and Dorothy F. Richardson, lot 3, and part lot 2, square 2198, $10.
Washington Post, June 2, 1911

Elected Bank Director The board of directors of the District National Bank has elected J. Castle Ridgway a director of that institution, to succeed Dr. J. J. Richardson, who recently resigned. Washington Post, June 16, 1911

Reports Sale of 147 Lots. Many Homes Planned for Massachusetts Avenue Heights
Thomas J. Fisher & co., Inc., reports that a total of 147 lots have been sold in Mass. Ave. Heights since this property was placed on the market, April 3, last...among the recent purchasers...Dr. James J. Richardson, three lots having combined frontage on Mass Ave. and Thirtieth St., of 304 feet. Plans are being drawn for a palatial residence to be erected on the east 100 feet of the avenue frontage.
Washington Post, June 18, 1911

Representative Dwight left Washington yesterday in his touring car for his home in Dryden, N. Y., and was accompanied as far as Harrisonburg by Representative Mann and Dr. J. J. Richardson. Washington Post, June 28, 1911

Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, D.C., spent Sunday here with relatives. Spirit of Democracy, July 27, 1911 Sardis

Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, D.C., was the guest of his father, R. T. Richardson, the first of the week. Wetzel Democrat, July 28, 1911

Mrs. J. J. Richardson has left Washington to spend the summer in Maine.
Washington Post

Atlantic City Notes Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are among the Washington visitors enjoying September here. Washington Post, September 17, 1911

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have returned to Washington, after spending some time at Cushing Island, Me., and Atlantic City. Washington Post, Friday, September 29, 1911

Mrs. Van Devanter, wife of Justice Van Devanter, and Mrs. Richardson, wife of Dr. J. J. Richardson, have gone to New York for a few days, and are at the Wolcott. Washington Post, Wednesday, December 6, 1911

Many Homes Planned of those Washingtonians who intend to build next spring, the proposed home of Dr. J. J. Richardson will be among the most magnificent. He has had plans prepared by Remey and Co., architects for a residence to cost $60,000. It will combie the advantages of a city and suburban home, with spacious grounds and garage facilities.
Washington Post, Sunday, Decmeber 17, 1911

Congressional Club Breakfast Dr. J. J. Richardson listed Washington Post, February 2, 1912

Two Fine Residences Planned ....bids are being submitted to Charles Mason Remey, architect, for a $35,000 home for Dr. J. J. Richardson to be erected on Massachusetts avenue, near Rock Creek Rd. Washington Post, Tuesday, March 5, 1912

Dr. J. J. Richardson of Washington, D.C. was called home by the serious illness of his sister, Miss Daisy Richardson, who has been critically ill the past two weeks. Miss Richardson is now much better and her condition has so improved that Dr. Richardson returned to Washington, Sunday afternoon. Wetzel Democrat, Friday, April 26, 1912

The president and Mrs. Taft entertained at luncheon yesterday at the White House. General Walker, of Virginia, Mr. Harrison and Dr. J. J. Richardson....
Washington Post, June 6, 1912

The Country Club and suburban inns are popular.... ....Dr. and Mrs. J.J. Richardson (copy this long article from other source)
Washington Post,, July 11, 1912

Mrs. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, is spending a few days at the Hotel Wolcott, New York.
Washington Post, September 7, 1912

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson have given up their apartment at the Portland and taken one at 1509 Sixteenth street, into which they are now moving.
Washington Post, October 10, 1912

Case Serious, He Says. Dr. J. J. Richardson See Danger in Roosevelt's Wound
..a lengthy article about the shooting of Roosevelt in Wisconsin by John Schrank and J. J. takes a cautious view of the recovery--J. J. well quoted in the article and he was with Roosevelt when he was shot.
Washington Post, October 17, 1912

Dr. J. J. Richardson has sent out cards for reception in honor of the President at 9 o'clock on Tuesday evening, December 17, at his residence, 1509 Sixteenth street.
Washington Post, December 6, 1912

Mr. Taft Honor Guest. Dr. J. J. Richardson Host to the President and Many Other Notable Men President Taft was the guest of honor at the reception held last night by Dr. J. J. Richardson at his residence, 1509 Sixteenth street northwest. ......very lengthy article of a men's who's who list of Washington. Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Henry Corbin are the only ladies present. Washington Post, December 18, 1912

The Secretary of Agriculture and Miss Wilson entertained at dinner last night at the Willard in honor of the President and Mrs. Taft. Dr. and Mrs. J. J Richardson were on the guest list.
Washington Post, February 14, 1913.

His Radium "Lost." Dr. Abbe's $1000 "Button" Vanishes at a Meeting
this was a long article, at the Society of the Opth and Oto Society, of Which J. J. Richardson was president had a meeting at the University Club and the button temporarily got misplaced.Direct quotes from J. J. RIchardson trying to restore order to the proceedings.
Washington Post, February 7, 1913

Arrivals at the Chamberlain this week included......Mrs. J. J. Richardson....
Washington Post, May 18, 1913

Mrs. J. J. Richardson, wife of Dr. J. J. Richardson, has returned to Washington after spending the summer at Thousand Islands.
Washington Post, September 14, 1913

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson entertained at dinner last night at their residence 1509 Avenue of the Presidents, followed by a box party at the Belasco Theater. The guests were Mr. Justice and Mrs. Van Devanter and the Solicitor General and Mrs. Davis.
Washington Post, Sunday, November 9, 1913

Washington members of American collete Back From Chicago Session. article about American College of Surgeons, fellows of the College... Dr. J. J. Richardson listed.
Washington Post, November 18, 1913

Eye Specialist Dined. Robert Henry Elliott Guest of Society of Ophthalmologists Here.
Robert Henry Elliott, one of England's most eminent eye specialists, now visiting Washington, was the guest of honor last night at the banquet given by the Society of Ophthalmologists and Otologists, of this city, at the University Club. Dr. J. J. Richardson, president of the society, was toastmaster.
Washington Post, December 4, 1913

Luncheon for Mrs. Marshall
Miss Flora Wilson entertained at luncheon yesterday at the New Willard in honor of Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall... Mrs. J. J. Richardson on long guest list.
Washington Post, February 11, 1914

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardon entertained at a dinner last night.
Washington Post, February 18, 1914

Mrs. Dimock a Dinner Hostess Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson guests.
Washington Post, March 3, 1914

Mrs. Robert Owen, wife of Senator Owen, entertained at a buffet luncheon yesterday in honor of Mrs. Josephus Danleis...Mrs. J. J. Richardson in rather a long guest list....
Washington Post, March 19, 1914

Mrs. J. J. Richardson attended the garden party at Bryn Mawr yesterday, and went from there to New Haven, Connecticut, to visit friends.
Washington Post, June 5, 1914

Mrs. Ollie Jame, wife of Santor James of Kentucky has sailed for a stay of several weeks in Europe......Mrs. J. J. Richardson, wife of Dr. Richardson, who is a member of the party, will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler at Rome.
Washington Post, July 4, 1914
i
Wheeler on the Way to Japan
Post Wheeler, formerly secretary of embassy at Rome, and recently appointed to a similar position in Tokyo, arrived this week, with Mrs. Wheeler, en route to Japan to take up his new duties. Another diplomat here is James F. Egan, formerly United State Minister to Chile. Mrs. Ollie James, wife of United States Senator James, of Kentucky, and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, are spending a few days at the Hotel Victoria.
Washington Post, July 12, 1914

The Speaker of the House and Mrs. Champ Clerk... Dr. J. J. Richardson guest Washington Post, July 17, 1914

Mrs. Henry F. Ashurat.... Dr. J. J. Richardson attended. Washington Post, July 22, 1914

Mrs. Henry F. Ashurst, wife of Senator Ashurts, of Arizona, and Mrs. W. W. Dixon, were joint hostesses at a dinner party last night at the old Lord Baltimore mansion, at Riverdale, Md. Their guests, who were invited to meet Representative and Mrs. Henry D. Flood, made the trip from Washington by automobile. ...on the guest list were Dr. J. J. Richardson and Miss Flora Wilson.
Washington Post, July 27, 1914

Washingtontonians Who are Abroad
Mrs. J. J. Richardson is on the list.
Washington Post, August 2, 1914

Dr. J. J. Richardson, who had planned to sail for Europe shortly to join Mrs. Richardson, has been compelled to change his plans on accound of the war. He has received cable dispatches from Mrs. Richardson, who is at present at Paris, after a motor trip through the chateaux section of France. Washington Post, August 5, 1914

Mrs. J. J. Richardson, wife of Dr. Richardson, who went abroad early in the season, is now in London, where she has joined the Red Cross Headquarters, and busily engaged making garments and cutting bandages for the wounded.
Washington Post, September 1, 1914

Washington Matron Now in London Helping Red Cross Relief Work
...article has large portrait of Dorothy...caption...Mrs. Richardson, who is the wife of Dr. Richardson, of this city, was on the continent at the outbreak of the war. She is now in London, and, with many other American women, is working at the Red Cross headquarters. Mrs. Richardson will sail on the Adriatic on September 16 for this country.
Washington Post, September 6, 1914

Mrs. William H. Taft was a guest at tea yesterday and Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, at her home in H. street. Former President Taft was.... Dr. J. J. Richardson attended Washington Post, October 21, 1914

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie Will Dr. J. J. Richardson called to Attend Wife of Ironmaster Washington Post, Thursday, March 14, 1915

Medical Society Meets. Dr. Ashby, of Baltimore, Addresses Montgomery Physicians. Rockville, MD, Jan 21-A special meeting of the Montgomery County Medical Society was held here Tuesday...Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Washington, and Dr. T. A. Ashby, of Baltimore, contributed papers...
The Frederick Post, January 22, 1915

Dr. J. J. Richardson returned last night from a short trip to Florida. Washington Post, Friday, March 5, 1915

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie Ill
Dr. J. J. Richardson called to Attend Wife of Ironmaster
Washington Post, Thursday, March 14, 1915

Host at Brilliant Reception Among those who attended the reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Panill Fickler... Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson... Washington Post, April 12, 1915

While repairing a water filter yesterday, Elmer Koch, 28 years old.... Dr. J. J. Richardson's automobile took him to the hospital. Washington Post, June 16, 1915

Handsome Matron of Resident Set Well Known for Hospitalities Here Large picture of Mrs. J. J. Richardson. Captioned with "She is a notable figure in Washington Society, well known for her hospitality. Washington Post, Tuesday, June 22, 1915

Mrs. J. J. Richardson is spending the week at New Haven for the commencement exercises at Yale University. Her brother, Mr. Streeter Flynn, of Oklahoma, will be graduated tommorrow from the academic department of the university.
Washington Post, June 23, 1915

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson are spending today at Philadelphia, where they will attend the Munn-Wanamaker Wedding. Washington Post, June 28, 1915

Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson guests at the Wilmer-Thropp wedding Washington Post, November 25, 1915

Paper o Life of W. A. Mary prepared for Historical Society by ... Dr. J. J. Richardson in attendance Washington Post, December 22, 1915

Senator and Mrs. Ollie James entertained at a box party Monday evening, where their guests were the Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson, Dr. and Mrs. J.J. Richardson, and Mrs. Delos Blodgett. Washington Post, January 20, 1916

Police News Notes These robberies were reported to the police yesterday: Electric auntomobile, property of Mrs. J. J. Richardson, 1509 Sixteenth street northwest, from in front of her home Saturday night. Washington Post, Monday, May 22, 1916

Mrs. James, wife of Senator Ollie James, was hostess yesterday afternoon at a theater party followed by a tea for additonal guests at her apartment at the Parkward, when she entertained in compliment to her house guest, Mrs. Post Wheeler, wife of the secetary of the American embassy at Tokyo. Mrs. Jame's guest list for the theater part, including Mrs. Wheeler, were Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, MRs. Robert Lansing, Mrs. Claude A. Swanson, Mrs. J. J Richardson, Mrs. Delos Blodgett and Mrs. Harvey Carroll.
Washington Post, June 1 and similar article June 3, 1916

Ground was broken last week for a $150,000 theater and concert edifice at the southeast corner of Eighteenth street and Columbia Road on land acquired some months ago at the cost of about $60,000 by the projectors of the enterprise, the Knickerbocker Theater company, headed by Harry Crandall, George T. Smallwood, Barry Buckley and Fred S. Swindell. It will be known at Crandall's Knickerbocker. The deed transfering the tract upon which the theater will be stand from the former owner Dr. J. J. Richardson, to Harry M. Crandall, was recorded last week The three lots have an area of 16, 2777 square feet with frontages of 140 feet on Columbia road and 173 on Eighteenth street. The consideration was $60,000. Moore and Hill, Inc. rep. Mr. Crandall in the transaction....article continues with a description of the theater.
Washington Post, October 15, 1916

Mrs. Ollie James will be at home this afternoon at the Parkwood from 3 to 6, for the last ime this season. She will have with her Mrs. Key Pittman, Mrs. McChord, Mrs. Harry Baldridge, Mrs. W. B. Lamar, Mrs. J. J. Richardson, Miss Bones and Miss Mattis.
Washington Post, February 1, 197

Welcome to Sothrons Elaborate plans made for Fetes for Former Confederates J. J. Richardson a contributor Washington Post, March 25, 1917

Real Estate Transfers
Massachusetts Avenue Heights-James J. Richardson et us, to American Security and Trust company and Amos H. Plumb, trustee, lots 1, 2, and 3. Square 2198. $10.
Washington Post, April 7, 1917

All Americas Welcome Belgian Mission at Beautiful Garden Party of Mr. and Mrs. Lansing Dr. and Mrs. J J. Richardson guests Washington Post, June 24, 1917

Ball Game Brings $155.35
...article about Red Cross Donations....Dorothy F. Richardson contributed $25.
Washington Post, June 28, 1917

All Questions Mailed. Registrants Must Have Answers in by January 16
..Dr. J. J. Richardson on the personnel of medical advisory board.
Washington Post, January 18, 1918

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, of Oklahoma City, arrived at the Shoreham yesterday, having come to Washington for the marriage of their son, Mr. Streeter B. Flynn, to Miss Margaret Tuttle, which will take place the afternoon. The ceremony will be performed at 4 o'clock in ST. Margaret's Church by the Rev. Herbert Scott Smith and will be followed by a small reception in the home of the bride's parents. Miss Margaret Tuttle who will be married tonight to Mr. Streeter B. Flynn, was entertained at dinner last evening, with her attendants, by Miss Louisa Hoar, one of the bridesmaids. Miss Tuttle and her attendants were entertained at luncheon yesterday by Miss Cecilia McCallu, another bridesmaid. Mr. Flynn entertained his best man and ushers at dinner last evening. Mr. Flynn's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Flynn, and his sister, Mrs. J. J. Richardson, of Chicago as well as his brother, Olney Flynn, who will be best man, are here for the wedding.
Washington Post, October 18, 1919

Mr. Walter S. Penfield, entertained at dinner last night at the Metropoll club in honor the officers and directors of the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive medicine in Panama.
among his guests were...Dr. J. J. Richardson...
Washington Post,November 11, 1921

Equity Suits
No. 39928. Dorothy F. Richardson vs. J. J. Richardson; limited divorce and accounting. Plaintiff's attys., Lambert and Yeatman.
Washington Post, March 22, 1922

Miss Helen Richardson is at the La Fayette, the guest of her uncle, Dr. J. J. Richardson.
Washington Post, March 26, 1922

Article on French Emile Cove-Autosuggestion Lecture
Dr. J. J. Richardson in attendance.
Washington Post, January 17, 1923

The Daily Legal Record No. 156 Richardson vs. Richardson Atyns Lambert & Yeatman-Hoover Washington Post, January 31, 1923

Drop Her Divorce Suits Suits for limited divorce and for absolute divorce filed by Mrs. Dorothy F. Richardson against her husband, Dr. J. J. richardson, 1509 Sixteenth street northwest, were abandoned in the District Supreme Court yesterday. Attorney Wilton J. Lambert, representing Mrs. Richardson, and Attorney George P. Hoover, representing Dr. Richardson, each filed notice in court of this action. Washington Post, February 28, 1923

Social article about a luncheon, Mrs. Dorothy Flynn Richardson listed as one of those ladies entertained.
Daily Oklahoman, October 18, 1923

Luncheon Honors Miss Longmire
Social article that lists Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, Mrs. Streeter B. Flynn and Mrs. Dorothy Flynn Richardson.
Daily Oklahoman, October 21, 1923

Chrysanthemum Tea for Mrs. Hocker
Long social article, Mrs. Dorothy Flynn Richardson listed as a guest, and her mother as one of the presiding ladies.
Daily Oklahoman, November 11, 1923

Former Ambassador John W. Davis and Mrs. Davis have been spending some time as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lansing. Always during his Washington visits Mr. Davis looks up his boyhood friend, Dr. J. J. Richardson, a specialist of international repute. (article continues) Washington Post, Sunday, December 2, 1923

Davis, Like Taft, has Specialist for Throat John W. Davis, Democratic candidate, is going to follow the example set by William Howard Taft, and in the forthcoming campaign have a throat specialist with him on his stumping tours, it was announced yesterday. Decision of the candidate to have a physician with him is taken as an indication of the intensity with which he intends to carry on the campaign. The present chief justice had a throat specialist with him constantly during his presidential campaign, and also took him with him on many of his speaking tours after becoming president. Incidentally, Mr. Davis has chose the same physician, Dr. J. J. Richardson, of this city. Washington Post, July 20, 1924

Davis Good Trim for Race, Physician Says
...Dr. J. J. Richardson made the exam and proclamation.
The News, Frederick, Maryland, August 6, 1924

Clarksburg Ready for visit of Davis to His Home Town J. J. mentioned socially but not his wife. Washington Post, August 7, 1924

Davis Throat Affected; Due in City Wednesday Clarksburg, W.Va.-Aug. 10. There is a possibility that John W. Davis, Democratic candidate for President, may pass Wednesday or a part of the day in Washington. He will leave here Tuesday night at 9:30 o'clock and is scheduled to arrive in Washington at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday morning en route to New york. Dr. J.J. Richardson, the candidate's physician, tonight, said Mr. Davis was suffering from a slight affection of the throat, but that the trouble was not seriuos. Washington Post, August 11, 1924

Davis Starts West in Car with Radio (long article about trip west but J. J. listed as personal physician and in the who's who list in Clarksburg, WVa.) New York Times, August 31, 1924

Dr. J. J. Richardson has returned to Washington after an absence of two months.
Washington Post, November 4, 1924

Davises Sail Wednesday
..article about the Davises, their dau. Mrs. Adams, who has been in Emergency Hospital, where she is recovering from a slight operation performed by Dr. J. J. Richardson, will leave today for her father's home....
Washington Post, November 16, 1924

Mrs. George D. Hope entertained in her box the guests from the dinner party of Miss Flora Wilson, Senator and Mrs. Robert L. Owen, Senator and Mrs. Andrieus A. Jone and Dr. J. J. Richardson...
Washington Post, November 28, 1924

Mrs. Hales was assisted in receiving the club by Mrs. Dennis T. Flynn, Mrs. Dorothy Flynn Richardson, Mrs. Daniel W. Hogan, Mrs. Anton H. Classen and Mrs. Robert M. Howard....
Daily Oklahoman, January 11, 1925

Farewell Tribute Paid to Ambassador Jusserard
...J. J. Richardson on the guest list.
Washington Post, January 11, 1925

Col. R. N. Harper Entertains 500 at his Country Home
...Dr. J. J. Richardson drove his own auto there.
Washington Post, September 8, 1925

National Park Men are Dinner Guests of Stephen Mather
...J. J. Richardson on the guest list...
Washington Post, November 20, 1926

Gallinger Staff Selections
...J. J. Richardson listed...
Washington Post, January 9, 1927

Dr. Richardson Sees New Panama Hospital
Dr. J. J. Richardson, widely known Washington physician, has returned to Washington, after several weeks' inspection of the new $5,000,000 Government Hospital at Panama City. Dr. Richardson supervised the installation of the eye, ear, nose and throat department of the institution. The hospital is situated on a 60-acre plot overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Dr. Richardson said. Already $2,000,000 has been expended and $3,000,000 more will be spent before the project is finally completed. The $3,000,000 Gorgas Memorial Institute will adjoin the hospital grounds, he said.
Washington Post, August 26, 1927

Medical Staff Promotions
...appointment of members of the Gallinger Municipal Hospital Staff...J. J. Richardson listed...
Washington Post, February 12, 1928

The automobile of Dr. James J. Richardson, of Wardman Park Hotel, was found wrecked early yesterday at Sixteenth and S. streets northwest, a few hours after it had been stolen from the Packard automobile garage, Seventeenth street and Kalorama road northwest. Dr. Richardson reported that a fur lap robe, valued at $250, had been stolen from the car.
Washington Post, March 12, 1928

Dr. J. J. Richardson has as his guest at the Wardman Park Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Green of Forest Hills, Long Island.
Washington Post, March 4, 1929

Dennis Flynn's estate left Dorothy F. Richardson of New York $100. (see article for more information).
The Oklahoman Dec. 12, 1939