Herrick, Myron T. (Myron Timothy), 1854-1929

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Governor of Ohio 1904-1906; American ambassador to France, 1912-1929.

From the description of Letter, 1916. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 12710420

Humanitarian, financier, industrialist, Governor of Ohio, and United States Ambassador to France. Herrick served as president and chairman of the board of the Society for Savings, Cleveland, Ohio. He also had numerous other local and national business interests. Herrick was involved in Ohio and national Republican Party politics, maintaining close ties with Marcus A. Hanna, William McKinley, and other party notables. He won election as Ohio governor in 1903, serving one term. He was appointed United States Ambassador to France in 1912, serving until November 1914. Herrick played a key role in wartime France, both in his participation in diplomatic relations between combatants and in various humanitarian aid pursuits. Herrick was reappointed Ambassador to France by President Harding in 1921, serving until his death in 1929.

From the description of Myron T. Herrick papers, 1827-1941 [microform]. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 41867039

U.S. minister to France and governor of Ohio.

From the description of Papers of Myron T. Merrick, 1901-1929. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79455245

Governor of Ohio (1904-1906), and U.S. Ambassador to France (1912-1929).

From the description of Scrapbook, 1892-1904. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 18446065

Humanitarian, financier, industrialist, Governor of Ohio, and United States Ambassador to France. Herrick served as president and chairman of the board of the Society for Savings, Cleveland, Ohio. He also had numerous other local and national business interests. Herrick was involved in Ohio and national Republican party politics, maintaining close ties with Marcus A. Hanna, William McKinley, and other party notables. He won election as Ohio governor in 1903, serving one term. He was appointed United States Ambassador to France in 1912, serving until November 1914. Herrick played a key role in wartime France, both in his participation in diplomatic relations between combatants and in various humanitarian aid pursuits. Herrick was reappointed Ambassador to France by President Harding in 1921, serving until his death in 1929.

From the description of Myron T. Herrick papers, 1827-1941. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 18447069

Herrick was the governor of Ohio (1903-1906) and U.S. ambassador to France, 1912-1914 and 1921-1929.

From the description of [Letter] 1912 Jul. 9, Paris [to] Emile Dupont / Myron T. Herrick. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 516214084

American banker, lawyer and diplomat who twice served as the American ambassador to France.

From the description of Myron Timothy Herrick letter to Anna Bishop [manuscript], 1927 June 21. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 420539295

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From the guide to the Myron T. Herrick Scrapbook, 1892-1904, (Western Reserve Historical Society)

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Myron Timothy Herrick (1854-1929), was a businessman, banker, politician, and diplomat who served his city, state and nation in a number of capacities.

Born in Huntington, Lorain County, Ohio, Myron T. Herrick was the son of farmer Timothy r. Herrick and his wife Mary Hurlburt Herrick. The family moved when Myron was around twelve years of age to a farm near Wellington, also in Lorain County, and he attended district school both in Huntington and in Wellington. Around 1870, Herrick became a teacher at a district school in Brighton, Ohio. Traveling to St. Louis, Missouri, in search of business opportunities, he worked at various jobs, including correspondent for the newspaper Republic, covering the cattle camps of Kansas. He returned to Ohio within a year with sufficient funds to begin his college education at Oberlin Academy, Oberlin, Ohio. After studying there for a year and a half, he attended Ohio Wesleyan College, Delaware, Ohio, for approximately two years. Cutting short his college education, he left Ohio Wesleyan in his junior year to study law. In 1875, Herrick moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He studied law and worked as an office boy in the law offices of relatives G. E. and J. F. Herrick. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1878 and set up his own law practice in Cleveland, Ohio.

After practicing law successfully for a number of years, Herrick became deeply involved in business and banking concerns in Cleveland. In 1886, he was named secretary-treasurer of Society for Savings, and in the same period he organized, and became a director of, the Euclid Avenue National Bank. He remained active in the banking sector throughout his life, serving as president (1894-1905 and 1908-1921) of Society for Savings and its chairman of the board (1905-1908 and 1921-1929) and also as the president (1901-1902) of the American Banking Association. His other local business interests included the construction of the Arcade in the 1880s and the building and promoting of the Cuyahoga Building on Public Square (1892-1893). His national business interests, which he served as a director and/or board chairman, included railroads, trust companies, and insurance companies. In 1914, he published his book, Rural Credits, which dealt with financial credits for farmers.

By 1885, Herrick had developed an interest in politics. elected to the Cleveland City Council in 1885, he served until 1890. By 1888, he expanded his political influence to include state and national Republican Party organizations. In 1888, he won control of the local district Republican Party convention from the politically powerful Marcus A. Hanna. When Hanna and he were elected by the convention as the two delegates to the National Republican Party of 1888, Herrick tactfully resolved his dispute with Hanna by naming him the first delegate to the National Convention, and the two became lifelong friends. Herrick also began a long association with the Ohio Governor, and later President, William McKinley in 1893, when he was appointed to McKinley's gubernatorial staff. Having played a significant role in the election of Mckinley to the presidency in 1896, McKinley offered him the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, both of which he turned down. Throughout the 1890s and early 1900s, Herrick played a major role in state and national Republican Party politics, serving as a Republican National Convention delegate six times, and as a member of the Ohio Republican State Executive Committee and the Republican National Committee. His political career culminated in his election as Governor of Ohio in 1903, winning a landslide victory of Democrat Tom L. Johnson. Defeated for reelection in 1905, he remained involved in state Republican politics, serving in 1906 as temporary chairman of the Ohio Republican State Convention, and in 1909 as a member of the Republican National Committee. Also in 1909, Herrick again turned down the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, choosing to remain active in banking and business.

Herrick's diplomatic career began in 1912 when he accepted President Taft's appointment as Ambassador to France. With the election of President Woodrow Wilson in 1913, Herrick submitted his resignation. Because of the escalating situation in Europe, however, Herrick remained at his post until November 1914, when the new ambassador, William G. Sharp, took over. Herrick played a key role in wartime France and the United States diplomatic relations with the combatants. He represented the interests of the German, Austrian, Japanese, and British governments at several points during 1914. In addition, he helped evacuate United States citizens stranded in Europe by the war and sought to protect historic French monuments, churches, and museums from destruction. He helped in the organization of the American ambulance Hospital at Neuilly, France, in 1914 and also established the American Relief Clearing House for war victims. In December 1914, because of his wartime efforts, he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor by the French government. He continued his wartime efforts upon his return to Cleveland, where he became chairman of the Mayor's Advisory War Committee.

Herrick attempted to return to politics, running as the Republican candidate for United States Senator from Ohio in 1916. After his defeat by Atlee Pomerene, he concentrated on private and business concerns and received many honorary degrees and awards. When Republican Warren G. Harding was elected to the White House in 1920, Herrick was once again appointed to his post as Ambassador to France. He arrived in July 1921 to a tumultuous reception by the French people. His second term as ambassador lasted until his death in 1929. during these years, Herrick was involved in issues concerning war reparations, interallied debt, relations with the Soviet Union, and French politics. Herrick oversaw the acquisition of a new embassy building. In 1927, he was the first to greet transatlantic flyer Charles A. Lindbergh upon his arrival in Paris.

Family life was important to Herrick, and he maintained close ties throughout his life with both his immediate family and his larger circle of relatives. He married Carolyn ("Kitty") Parmely, and they had one son, Parmely Webb Herrick (1881-1937). During her husband's first term as ambassador to France, Kitty Herrick served as hostess for diplomatic events; during the war years she was a tireless worker for the American Ambulance Hospital and the American Relief Clearing House. All members of the Herrick family were deeply affected by the death of Myron T. Herrick II, son of Parmely and Agnes Blackwell Herrick, in an automobile accident in Cleveland in 1917. This loss was followed by the death of Kitty Herrick in 1918. during Herrick's second stint as ambassador to France during the 1920s, Agnes Blackwell Herrick (d. 1956), his daughter-in-law, served as hostess at the American Embassy. Myron T. Herrick died in Paris on March 31, 1929, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.

From the guide to the Myron T. Herrick Photograph Album, 1901, (Western Reserve Historical Society)

click here to view the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History entry for Myron T. Herrick

Myron Timothy Herrick (1854-1929), was a businessman, banker, politician, and diplomat who served his city, state and nation in a number of capacities.

Born in Huntington, Lorain County, Ohio, Myron T. Herrick was the son of farmer Timothy r. Herrick and his wife Mary Hurlburt Herrick. The family moved when Myron was around twelve years of age to a farm near Wellington, also in Lorain County, and he attended district school both in Huntington and in Wellington. Around 1870, Herrick became a teacher at a district school in Brighton, Ohio. Traveling to St. Louis, Missouri, in search of business opportunities, he worked at various jobs, including correspondent for the newspaper Republic, covering the cattle camps of Kansas. He returned to Ohio within a year with sufficient funds to begin his college education at Oberlin Academy, Oberlin, Ohio. After studying there for a year and a half, he attended Ohio Wesleyan College, Delaware, Ohio, for approximately two years. Cutting short his college education, he left Ohio Wesleyan in his junior year to study law. In 1875, Herrick moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He studied law and worked as an office boy in the law offices of relatives G. E. and J. F. Herrick. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1878 and set up his own law practice in Cleveland, Ohio.

After practicing law successfully for a number of years, Herrick became deeply involved in business and banking concerns in Cleveland. In 1886, he was named secretary-treasurer of Society for Savings, and in the same period he organized, and became a director of, the Euclid Avenue National Bank. He remained active in the banking sector throughout his life, serving as president (1894-1905 and 1908-1921) of Society for Savings and its chairman of the board (1905-1908 and 1921-1929) and also as the president (1901-1902) of the American Banking Association. His other local business interests included the construction of the Arcade in the 1880s and the building and promoting of the Cuyahoga Building on Public Square (1892-1893). His national business interests, which he served as a director and/or board chairman, included railroads, trust companies, and insurance companies. In 1914, he published his book, Rural Credits, which dealt with financial credits for farmers.

By 1885, Herrick had developed an interest in politics. elected to the Cleveland City Council in 1885, he served until 1890. By 1888, he expanded his political influence to include state and national Republican Party organizations. In 1888, he won control of the local district Republican Party convention from the politically powerful Marcus A. Hanna. When Hanna and he were elected by the convention as the two delegates to the National Republican Party of 1888, Herrick tactfully resolved his dispute with Hanna by naming him the first delegate to the National Convention, and the two became lifelong friends. Herrick also began a long association with the Ohio Governor, and later President, William McKinley in 1893, when he was appointed to McKinley's gubernatorial staff. Having played a significant role in the election of Mckinley to the presidency in 1896, McKinley offered him the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, both of which he turned down. Throughout the 1890s and early 1900s, Herrick played a major role in state and national Republican Party politics, serving as a Republican National Convention delegate six times, and as a member of the Ohio Republican State Executive Committee and the Republican National Committee. His political career culminated in his election as Governor of Ohio in 1903, winning a landslide victory of Democrat Tom L. Johnson. Defeated for reelection in 1905, he remained involved in state Republican politics, serving in 1906 as temporary chairman of the Ohio Republican State Convention, and in 1909 as a member of the Republican National Committee. Also in 1909, Herrick again turned down the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, choosing to remain active in banking and business.

Herrick's diplomatic career began in 1912 when he accepted President Taft's appointment as Ambassador to France. With the election of President Woodrow Wilson in 1913, Herrick submitted his resignation. Because of the escalating situation in Europe, however, Herrick remained at his post until November 1914, when the new ambassador, William G. Sharp, took over. Herrick played a key role in wartime France and the United States diplomatic relations with the combatants. He represented the interests of the German, Austrian, Japanese, and British governments at several points during 1914. In addition, he helped evacuate United States citizens stranded in Europe by the war and sought to protect historic French monuments, churches, and museums from destruction. He helped in the organization of the American ambulance Hospital at Neuilly, France, in 1914 and also established the American Relief Clearing House for war victims. In December 1914, because of his wartime efforts, he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor by the French government. He continued his wartime efforts upon his return to Cleveland, where he became chairman of the Mayor's Advisory War Committee.

Herrick attempted to return to politics, running as the Republican candidate for United States Senator from Ohio in 1916. After his defeat by Atlee Pomerene, he concentrated on private and business concerns and received many honorary degrees and awards. When Republican Warren G. Harding was elected to the White House in 1920, Herrick was once again appointed to his post as Ambassador to France. He arrived in July 1921 to a tumultuous reception by the French people. His second term as ambassador lasted until his death in 1929. during these years, Herrick was involved in issues concerning war reparations, interallied debt, relations with the Soviet Union, and French politics. Herrick oversaw the acquisition of a new embassy building. In 1927, he was the first to greet transatlantic flyer Charles A. Lindbergh upon his arrival in Paris.

Family life was important to Herrick, and he maintained close ties throughout his life with both his immediate family and his larger circle of relatives. He married Carolyn ("Kitty") Parmely, and they had one son, Parmely Webb Herrick (1881-1937). During her husband's first term as ambassador to France, Kitty Herrick served as hostess for diplomatic events; during the war years she was a tireless worker for the American Ambulance Hospital and the American Relief Clearing House. All members of the Herrick family were deeply affected by the death of Myron T. Herrick II, son of Parmely and Agnes Blackwell Herrick, in an automobile accident in Cleveland in 1917. This loss was followed by the death of Kitty Herrick in 1918. during Herrick's second stint as ambassador to France during the 1920s, Agnes Blackwell Herrick (d. 1956), his daughter-in-law, served as hostess at the American Embassy. Myron T. Herrick died in Paris on March 31, 1929, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.

From the guide to the Myron T. Herrick French Photographs, 1912-1928, (Western Reserve Historical Society)

Myron Timothy Herrick (1854-1929), was a businessman, banker, politician, and diplomat who served his city, state and nation in a number of capacities.

click here to view the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History entry for Myron T. Herrick

Born in Huntington, Lorain County, Ohio, Myron T. Herrick was the son of farmer Timothy r. Herrick and his wife Mary Hurlburt Herrick. The family moved when Myron was around twelve years of age to a farm near Wellington, also in Lorain County, and he attended district school both in Huntington and in Wellington. Around 1870, Herrick became a teacher at a district school in Brighton, Ohio. Traveling to St. Louis, Missouri, in search of business opportunities, he worked at various jobs, including correspondent for the newspaper Republic, covering the cattle camps of Kansas. He returned to Ohio within a year with sufficient funds to begin his college education at Oberlin Academy, Oberlin, Ohio. After studying there for a year and a half, he attended Ohio Wesleyan College, Delaware, Ohio, for approximately two years. Cutting short his college education, he left Ohio Wesleyan in his junior year to study law. In 1875, Herrick moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He studied law and worked as an office boy in the law offices of relatives G. E. and J. F. Herrick. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1878 and set up his own law practice in Cleveland, Ohio.

After practicing law successfully for a number of years, Herrick became deeply involved in business and banking concerns in Cleveland. In 1886, he was named secretary-treasurer of Society for Savings, and in the same period he organized, and became a director of, the Euclid Avenue National Bank. He remained active in the banking sector throughout his life, serving as president (1894-1905 and 1908-1921) of Society for Savings and its chairman of the board (1905-1908 and 1921-1929) and also as the president (1901-1902) of the American Banking Association. His other local business interests included the construction of the Arcade in the 1880s and the building and promoting of the Cuyahoga Building on Public Square (1892-1893). His national business interests, which he served as a director and/or board chairman, included railroads, trust companies, and insurance companies. In 1914, he published his book, Rural Credits, which dealt with financial credits for farmers.

By 1885, Herrick had developed an interest in politics. elected to the Cleveland City Council in 1885, he served until 1890. By 1888, he expanded his political influence to include state and national Republican Party organizations. In 1888, he won control of the local district Republican Party convention from the politically powerful Marcus A. Hanna. When Hanna and he were elected by the convention as the two delegates to the National Republican Party of 1888, Herrick tactfully resolved his dispute with Hanna by naming him the first delegate to the National Convention, and the two became lifelong friends. Herrick also began a long association with the Ohio Governor, and later President, William McKinley in 1893, when he was appointed to McKinley's gubernatorial staff. Having played a significant role in the election of Mckinley to the presidency in 1896, McKinley offered him the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, both of which he turned down. Throughout the 1890s and early 1900s, Herrick played a major role in state and national Republican Party politics, serving as a Republican National Convention delegate six times, and as a member of the Ohio Republican State Executive Committee and the Republican National Committee. His political career culminated in his election as Governor of Ohio in 1903, winning a landslide victory of Democrat Tom L. Johnson. Defeated for reelection in 1905, he remained involved in state Republican politics, serving in 1906 as temporary chairman of the Ohio Republican State Convention, and in 1909 as a member of the Republican National Committee. Also in 1909, Herrick again turned down the posts of ambassador to Italy and Secretary of the Treasury, choosing to remain active in banking and business.

Herrick's diplomatic career began in 1912 when he accepted President Taft's appointment as Ambassador to France. With the election of President Woodrow Wilson in 1913, Herrick submitted his resignation. Because of the escalating situation in Europe, however, Herrick remained at his post until November 1914, when the new ambassador, William G. Sharp, took over. Herrick played a key role in wartime France and the United States diplomatic relations with the combatants. He represented the interests of the German, Austrian, Japanese, and British governments at several points during 1914. In addition, he helped evacuate United States citizens stranded in Europe by the war and sought to protect historic French monuments, churches, and museums from destruction. He helped in the organization of the American ambulance Hospital at Neuilly, France, in 1914 and also established the American Relief Clearing House for war victims. In December 1914, because of his wartime efforts, he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor by the French government. He continued his wartime efforts upon his return to Cleveland, where he became chairman of the Mayor's Advisory War Committee.

Herrick attempted to return to politics, running as the Republican candidate for United States Senator from Ohio in 1916. After his defeat by Atlee Pomerene, he concentrated on private and business concerns and received many honorary degrees and awards. When Republican Warren G. Harding was elected to the White House in 1920, Herrick was once again appointed to his post as Ambassador to France. He arrived in July 1921 to a tumultuous reception by the French people. His second term as ambassador lasted until his death in 1929. during these years, Herrick was involved in issues concerning war reparations, interallied debt, relations with the Soviet Union, and French politics. Herrick oversaw the acquisition of a new embassy building. In 1927, he was the first to greet transatlantic flyer Charles A. Lindbergh upon his arrival in Paris.

Family life was important to Herrick, and he maintained close ties throughout his life with both his immediate family and his larger circle of relatives. He married Carolyn ("Kitty") Parmely, and they had one son, Parmely Webb Herrick (1881-1937). During her husband's first term as ambassador to France, Kitty Herrick served as hostess for diplomatic events; during the war years she was a tireless worker for the American Ambulance Hospital and the American Relief Clearing House. All members of the Herrick family were deeply affected by the death of Myron T. Herrick II, son of Parmely and Agnes Blackwell Herrick, in an automobile accident in Cleveland in 1917. This loss was followed by the death of Kitty Herrick in 1918. during Herrick's second stint as ambassador to France during the 1920s, Agnes Blackwell Herrick (d. 1956), his daughter-in-law, served as hostess at the American Embassy. Myron T. Herrick died in Paris on March 31, 1929, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.

From the guide to the Myron T. Herrick Papers, 1827-1941, (Western Reserve Historical Society)

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associatedWith McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907. person
associatedWith McKinley, William, 1843-1901. person
associatedWith Mitchel, John Purroy, 1879-1918. person
associatedWith Mott, Thomas Bentley, 1865-1952. person
associatedWith Myers, George A. person
associatedWith Norton, Laurence Harper, 1888-1960. person
associatedWith Ohio. General Assembly. corporateBody
associatedWith Ohio Shippers Association. corporateBody
associatedWith Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-1922. person
associatedWith Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918 person
associatedWith Phipps, William Hall, 1864-1936. person
associatedWith Pincare︠, Raymond, 1860-1934. person
associatedWith Poincaré, Raymond, 1860-1934. person
associatedWith Randall, E. O. (Emilius Oviatt), 1850-1919. person
associatedWith Republican Party (Ohio) corporateBody
associatedWith Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) corporateBody
correspondedWith Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt, 1861-1933 person
associatedWith Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. person
associatedWith Scarborough, William S. person
associatedWith Society Corporation. corporateBody
associatedWith Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930. person
correspondedWith Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949 person
correspondedWith Warren, Whitney, 1864-1943 person
associatedWith Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924. person
associatedWith Yeomans, Henry Aaron, 1877- person
Place Name Admin Code Country
France
United States
Springfield (Ohio)
Soviet Union
France
Ohio
United States
Soviet Union
United States
France
Ohio
United States
Ohio
Soviet Union
Ohio
Ohio
Subject
Ambassadors
Prisons
World War, 1914-1918--Reparations
World War, 1914-1918--France
United States--Foreign relations--France
Lectures and lecturing
Royer, Henri
Drawings
Resco, Micheline
Soviet Union--Foreign relations--United States
Governors--Ohio
Municipal government
World War, 1914-1918
Patronage, Political
United States--Politics and government--1865-1933
Teapot Dome Scandal, 1921-1924
Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company
Sacco--Vanzetti Trial, Dedham, Mass., 1921
African Americans--Suffrage
Azan, Paul, b. 1874
Pencil drawing
Herrick, Myron T. (Myron Timothy), 1854-1929--Photograph collections
Civil rights
Ambassadors--United States
France--Politics and government--1870-1940
Politicians--Correspondence
Herrick, Myron T. (Myron Timothy), 1854-1929
Republican Party (U.S. ; 1854-)--History
Temperance
Diplomatic and consular service, American
Rodin, Auguste, 1840-1917
African Americans
World War, 1914-1918--France--Photographs
Prohibition--United States
Disarmament
Liquor laws
Banks and banking
Transatlantic flights
Governor
Railroads and state
Ocean travel--Photographs
Herrick, Carolyn Melville Parmely, d. 1918--Photograph collections
Insurance companies
Agriculture--Economic aspects
Joffre, Joseph Jacques Cesaire, 1852-1931
Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974
Prohibition
Governor--Correspondence
Drawing--United States
Ambassadors--United States--Photographs
Holidays
Jews
Springfield Riot of 1906
Ohio--Politics and government--1865-1950
France--Foreign relations--United States
Foch, Ferdinand, 1851-1929
Paris (France)--History--1870-1940--Photographs
Occupation
Diplomats
Function

Person

Birth 1854-10-09

Death 1929-03-31

Americans

English

Information

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