Herbert Hoover (1929-1933)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

Charles Curtis
Charles Curtis
Lou Hoover
Lou Hoover

OVERVIEW:

White House
Hoover Library
The Miller Center (UVA)
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
History Channel
Obituary (New York Times)

FIRST LADY:

National First Ladies’ Library
Hoover Library
White House
White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)

RESOURCES:

Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
Papers (Hoover Library)
Research Collection (Hoover Library)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Public Papers (National Archives)
Oral Histories (Miller Center/ Hoover Library)
National Archives
Library of Congress

BOOKS:

1928 ELECTION:

Results

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1929 INAUGURATION:

Chief Justice William H. Taft administering the oath of office to Herbert Hoover at the  U.S. Capitol on March 4, 1929 (Library of Congress)

 

1929 Address (Transcript, Video)
Library of Congress
Joint Congressional Committee 

1932 ELECTION:

Results

 

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SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Benjamin Cardozo (1932)
Owen Roberts (1930)
Charles Hughes (1930)

CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:

 

Press Secretary:
Theodore Goldsmith Joslin (1931–1933)
George Edward Akerson  (1929–1931)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Arthur M. Hyde (1929–1933)

Secretary of Commerce:
Roy D. Chapin (1932–1933)
Robert P. Lamont (1929–1932)

Secretary of the Interior:
Ray L. Wilbur (1929–1933)

Attorney General:
William DeWitt Mitchell (1929–1933)

Secretary of Labor:
William N. Doak (1930–1933)
James J. Davis (1929–1930)

Secretary of the Navy:
Charles F. Adams (1929–1933)

Postmaster General:
Walter F. Brown (1929–1933)

Secretary of State:
Henry L. Stimson (1929–1933)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Ogden L. Mills (1932–1933)
Andrew W. Mellon (1929–1932)

Secretary of War:
Patrick J. Hurley (1929–1933)
James W. Good (1929)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Eugene Meyer (1930-1933)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Nicholas Longworth (1925-1931)
John N. Garner (1931-1933)

Senate Majority Leader:
James E. Watson (1929-1933)

HISTORIC SITES:

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Herbert Hoover National Historic Site (Iowa)
The Hoover-Minthorn House Museum (Oregon)

 

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