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Name Hoover, Herbert Clark, 1874-1964
Born 08/10/1874
Birthplace West Branch, Iowa
Occupation 31st President of the United States
Role Political
Deceased 10/20/1964
Deceased where New York City, New York

Associated Records

Image of RG1008.AM - RG1008 Carrington, George Dodd, 1879-1969

RG1008.AM - RG1008 Carrington, George Dodd, 1879-1969

This collection consists of one item, a scrapbook compiled by George Carrington. The scrapbook is composed almost entirely of letters received from various individuals. Also included are a few newspaper clippings, photographs and other ephemera. The materials date from 1916-1968. A name index to the scrapbook was provided by Carrington.

Image of 13138-4 - Button, Win with Hoover, Reproduction

13138-4 - Button, Win with Hoover, Reproduction

Round button. The top third is red, the middle is white, and the bottom is blue. On the white part it says " WIN WITH HOOVER", in blue text. This button is a reproduction from Herbert Hoovers run for President. The button is made out of metal, and plastic.

Image of 13289-21 - Portrait Mask, John Nance Garner; Made by Doane Powell

13289-21 - Portrait Mask, John Nance Garner; Made by Doane Powell

Full head mask depicting Vice President John Nance Garner. Pupils and nostrils cut out. Bushy eyebrows made of wire over thick paper ridge with a heavy coat of paint.

RG2229.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 240 photographs; Samuel Roy McKelvie was a writer, lawyer, rancher, and governor of Nebraska. His wife, Martha Groves McKelvie, was a writer and Hollywood movie columnist. This collection relates to their writing, ranching, and political life. This collection consists of photographic prints and negatives, 1913-ca.1950; mostly 1920s. Included are an album of photographs and clippings related to President Calvin Coolidge's visit with Samuel McKelvie and their fishing trip to South Dakota; an album related to ground-breaking ceremonies for the Nebraska State Capitol, and an album of famous Americans assembled by Martha Groves McKelvie. Among the photographs are images related to

RG4626.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 30 photographs; This collection from former KFAB employee Robert R. Jensen relates primarily to newsworthy events in Nebraska during the 1930s and to Nebraska radio stations KFAB and KFOR. This collection consists of photographic prints, ca.1920-1979, mostly ca.1933-1936. Photographs are of radio personalities from KFOR and KFAB in Lincoln, Nebraska, and KOIL in Council Bluffs, Iowa. There are also photographs of radio stations and equipment, including transmitters, control panels and KFAB's mobile unit. A photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's campaign train in Fremont, Nebraska, is of particular interest.