Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972

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Arizona representative and senator to the United States Congress from 1911-1970.

From the description of Carl T. Hayden papers, 1851-1972 (bulk 1940-1968). (Scottsdale Public Library). WorldCat record id: 34298637

Biographical note: Legislator; Carl Hayden was born in Tempe, Arizona in 1877, and held various elective offices before being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1912, then the U.S. Senate in 1927. He represented Arizona until his retirement in 1969.

From the description of Carl Hayden materials, ca. 1937-1968. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 317554757

United States Senator and Representative, from Arizona, from 1912 to 1968.

From the description of Oral history interview, 1967 May 25 [sound recording]. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 35749594

Carl Trumbull Hayden (b. Oct. 2, 1877, Hayden's Ferry, Ariz.-d. Jan. 25, 1972, Mesa, Ariz.), a U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator from Arizona, attended Stanford Junior University and held a number of local political posts before his election as a Democrat to the U.S. Congress upon the admission of Arizona as a State. He served eight terms in the Congress from 1912 to 1927, before his election to the Senate where he served from 1927 to 1969. During World War I he was a major of Infantry in the U.S. Army. Senator Hayden served as President pro tempore for many years and was chairman or co-chairman of several key committees including Appropriations.

From the description of Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10569319

Carl Trumbull Hayden, US Representative and Senator, was born in Hayden's Ferry (now Tempe), Maricopa County, Arizona on October 2, 1877. After attending public schools, he graduated from the Normal School of the Territory of Arizona at Tempe in 1896. He attended Stanford University in California (1896-1900), where he met Nan Downing, who later became his wife. His family's mercantile enterprises and the flour-milling business in his hometown of Tempe claimed his attention from 1900 to 1904. He served as a member of the Tempe Town Council (1902-1904) and as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention at St. Louis (1904). Hayden's first full-time elective office was treasurer of Maricopa County (1904-1906) followed by sheriff of Maricopa County (1907-1912).

After Arizona was admitted to the Union as a state, Hayden was elected as a Democrat to the 62nd Congress. He was re-elected to the succeeding seven Congresses, serving from February 19, 1912 to March 3, 1927. During the First World War he was commissioned a major in the US Army. He was elected to the US Senate in 1926 for the term commencing March 4, 1927 and was re-elected in 1932, 1938, 1944, 1950, 1956, and 1962 for the term ending January 3, 1969. Hayden was not a candidate for re-election to the Senate in 1968. The Arizona senator was president pro-tempore of the Senate from January of 1957 to January of 1969. From his first election to Congress until his final retirement Hayden never lost an election and typically faced weak or no opponents at election time.

Hayden was arguably the single most important individual in shaping Arizona's rapid growth from a sparsely settled, arid frontier territory near the beginning of the twentieth century to a modern urban state in the last half of the century.

Hayden's pioneer father, Charles Trumbull Hayden, founded Tempe and was a leader in establishing what is now Arizona State University. His mother, Sallie, was active in early women's political activism and sisters Mary (Mapes) and Sallie were active outside their homes. Carl married Nan Downing, a southern California high school teacher, in 1908.

As a twenty-five-year-old Carl Hayden travelled to Washington to lobby for the Salt River Project as Congress debated the Federal Reclamation Act in 1902. Ten years later he returned as Arizona's first congressman. After election to the Senate in 1926, he became known as the silent senator but nonetheless influenced federal policymaking in natural resource development, water reclamation, and land-use management.

Hayden's early education was the beginning of a lifetime spent in public affairs. He characterized his role in the Congress as that of a workhorse rather than that of a show-horse . While his career appears to have been planned in advance, there were roadblocks along the way. One major obstruction occurred when adverse family finances necessitated his dropping out of the university before he could achieve a law degree. On the other hand, Arizona achieved admission as a state at an opportune moment in Hayden's career. He made a political career as a Democrat starting early in a century when that party was to play a dominant role in national politics.

Throughout his public career Hayden exhibited a continuing concern for natural resources. Mining and cattle raising were important in the Arizona Territory when Hayden first entered politics. By the time of Hayden's service as county sheriff, Maricopa County was ready for transformation into irrigated farming-ranching. Hayden's father had inaugurated ferry service across the Salt River at the site of Tempe; the railroad was reality and the new automobile created a need for faster travel and transport via new highways.

The Salt River and Yuma water projects were approved and got underway before the First World War. By the end of the 1920's the flow of the Colorado River itself was divided by Congress, water storage and diversion dams were built on the Gila River, and Congress approved construction of a high storage and hydroelectric dam in Boulder Canyon (now Hoover Dam) after a filibuster by Arizona Senators Henry F. Ashurst and Hayden. The annual floods of the Colorado were near an end.

Senator Hayden co-authored the Hayden-Cartwright Act in the mid 1930's, which was aimed in part at putting unemployed men back to work during the Great Depression. Federal funds were to be used to match funds from the state governments for highway planning and construction. The approach of the Second World War closed the Depression era and ushered in military and air base construction in the South, the West, and Arizona as well. Hayden staunchly supported the war effort in the early 1940's and supported US policies in Europe aimed at containing and reversing Soviet strategic initiatives following the Second World War.

Hayden consistently advocated establishing a system of national parks and monuments, protecting national forests, and educational and health programs for Native Americans while developing the nation's economy by such programs as water storage and hydropower. He concerned himself with immigration matters and the international border with Mexico and with wildlife, recreation, and wilderness areas. Early in his public life he supported women's' suffrage but later had reservations about the Equal Rights Amendment. He was a late supporter of civil rights and Medicare.

Bringing water from the Colorado River to central Arizona had assumed increasing priority for the Arizona Congressional delegation for nearly half a century, but first necessitated a US Supreme Court decision and overcoming California's opposition. The legislative climax of Hayden's career was approval in 1968 of the nation's largest water project, the Central Arizona Project (CAP), to transport Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson via a series of aqueducts.

Retired, Hayden resided in Tempe, Arizona and died in Mesa, Arizona on January 25, 1972. Following cremation, Hayden's ashes were interred in the family plot at the Tempe Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Arizona.

From the guide to the Carl T. Hayden Photograph Collection, 1850-1979, 1900-1979, (Arizona State University Libraries Arizona Collection)

Carl Trumbull Hayden, US Representative and Senator, was born in Hayden's Ferry (now Tempe), Maricopa County, Arizona on October 2, 1877. After attending public schools, he graduated from the Normal School of the Territory of Arizona at Tempe in 1896. He attended Stanford University in California (1896-1900), where he met Nan Downing, who later became his wife. His family's mercantile enterprises and the flour-milling business in his hometown of Tempe claimed his attention from 1900 to 1904. He served as a member of the Tempe Town Council (1902-1904) and as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention at St. Louis (1904). Hayden's first full-time elective office was treasurer of Maricopa County (1904-1906) followed by sheriff of Maricopa County (1907-1912).

After Arizona was admitted to the Union as a state, Hayden was elected as a Democrat to the 62nd Congress. He was re-elected to the succeeding seven Congresses, serving from February 19, 1912 to March 3, 1927. During the First World War he was commissioned a major in the US Army. He was elected to the US Senate in 1926 for the term commencing March 4, 1927 and was re-elected in 1932, 1938, 1944, 1950, 1956, and 1962 for the term ending January 3, 1969. Hayden was not a candidate for re-election to the Senate in 1968. The Arizona senator was president pro-tempore of the Senate from January of 1957 to January of 1969. From his first election to Congress until his final retirement Hayden never lost an election and typically faced weak or no opponents at election time.

Hayden was arguably the single most important individual in shaping Arizona's rapid growth from a sparsely settled, arid frontier territory near the beginning of the twentieth century to a modern urban state in the last half of the century.

Hayden's pioneer father, Charles Trumbull Hayden, founded Tempe and was a leader in establishing what is now Arizona State University. His mother, Sallie, was active in early women's political activism and sisters Mary (Mapes) and Sallie were active outside their homes. Carl married Nan Downing, a southern California high school teacher, in 1908.

As a twenty-five-year-old Carl Hayden travelled to Washington to lobby for the Salt River Project as Congress debated the Federal Reclamation Act in 1902. Ten years later he returned as Arizona's first congressman. After election to the Senate in 1926, he became known as the silent senator but nonetheless influenced federal policymaking in natural resource development, water reclamation, and land-use management.

Hayden's early education was the beginning of a lifetime spent in public affairs. He characterized his role in the Congress as that of a workhorse rather than that of a show-horse . While his career appears to have been planned in advance, there were roadblocks along the way. One major obstruction occurred when adverse family finances necessitated his dropping out of the university before he could achieve a law degree. On the other hand, Arizona achieved admission as a state at an opportune moment in Hayden's career. He made a political career as a Democrat starting early in a century when that party was to play a dominant role in national politics.

Throughout his public career Hayden exhibited a continuing concern for natural resources. Mining and cattle raising were important in the Arizona Territory when Hayden first entered politics. By the time of Hayden's service as county sheriff, Maricopa County was ready for transformation into irrigated farming-ranching. Hayden's father had inaugurated ferry service across the Salt River at the site of Tempe; the railroad was reality and the new automobile created a need for faster travel and transport via new highways.

The Salt River and Yuma water projects were approved and got underway before the First World War. By the end of the 1920's the flow of the Colorado River itself was divided by Congress, water storage and diversion dams were built on the Gila River, and Congress approved construction of a high storage and hydroelectric dam in Boulder Canyon (now Hoover Dam) after a filibuster by Arizona Senators Henry F. Ashurst and Hayden. The annual floods of the Colorado were near an end.

Senator Hayden co-authored the Hayden-Cartwright Act in the mid 1930's, which was aimed in part at putting unemployed men back to work during the Great Depression. Federal funds were to be used to match funds from the state governments for highway planning and construction. The approach of the Second World War closed the Depression era and ushered in military and air base construction in the South, the West, and Arizona as well. Hayden staunchly supported the war effort in the early 1940's and supported US policies in Europe aimed at containing and reversing Soviet strategic initiatives following the Second World War.

Hayden consistently advocated establishing a system of national parks and monuments, protecting national forests, and educational and health programs for Native Americans while developing the nation's economy by such programs as water storage and hydropower. He concerned himself with immigration matters and the international border with Mexico and with wildlife, recreation, and wilderness areas. Early in his public life he supported women's' suffrage but later had reservations about the Equal Rights Amendment. He was a late supporter of civil rights and Medicare.

Bringing water from the Colorado River to central Arizona had assumed increasing priority for the Arizona Congressional delegation for nearly half a century, but first necessitated a US Supreme Court decision and overcoming California's opposition. The legislative climax of Hayden's career was approval in 1968 of the nation's largest water project, the Central Arizona Project (CAP), to transport Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson via a series of aqueducts.

Retired, Hayden resided in Tempe, Arizona and died in Mesa, Arizona on January 25, 1972. Following cremation, Hayden's ashes were interred in the family plot at the Tempe Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Arizona.

From the guide to the Carl T. Hayden Papers, 1851-1979, (Arizona State University Libraries Arizona Collection)

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