Grace Wick Papers 1888-1962 1928-1951
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Charles Linza McNary was not considered much of a campaigner. He gave one or two speeches when he ran for office, preferring to spend the campaign season on his Salem area farm. Despite this understated approach to campaigning, McNary won re-election to the United States Senate five times and became one of the country's leading political figures. McNary was born on a farm just north of Salem in 1874. By age nine, both of his parents had died, leaving his twenty-six year old college educated s...
Business executive and U.S. postmaster general 1933-1940. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1949. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122446088 James A. Farley was a Democratic party leader and a U.S. Postmaster General. From the description of James A. Farley letter, 1971 Feb. 23. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122411243 Politician. From the description of Reminiscences of James Aloysius ...
Grace Wick was a right-wing activist who lived in Portland, Oregon from 1927 to 1958. She corresponded with many political figures and collected publications of numerous organizations, primarily those of the far right. Wick opposed U.S. entry in the Second World War and supported the isolationist Mother's movement. A strident anti-Semite, she published and distributed a William Dudley Pelley tract, "Dupes of Judah," with her own introduction, as "A Personal Message to the Congress of the United ...
Born July 23, 1892 Gallia County, Ohio; Died June 9, 1973 Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mary Lyrl Clark Van Hyning was born to William Howard Clark and Rhoda Ann Walter Clark. Lyrl was one of four daughters, who included Frances (Frankie), Faye, and Genevieve (Bunnie). William died when Lyrl was six years old, leaving Rhoda to raise the family. To do so, Rhoda became a house-mother at Rio Grande College in Gallipolis, Ohio, not far from the Clark family farm, so that her daughters could attend colleg...
Founder of the America First Party, head of the Christian Nationalist Crusade, and outspoken antisemite. From the description of Gerald L.K. Smith papers, 1922-1976. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418952 Minister and political agitator; d. 1976. From the description of Gerald L.K. Smith publications, 1950s-1977. (Arkansas History Commission). WorldCat record id: 234380142 Smith (1898-1976) was a minister, publisher, and political crusade...
Rufus Cecil Holman (1877-1959) was a Portland business man, Oregon State Treasurer, 1931-39, and U. S. Senator, 1939-45. From the description of Rufus Cecil Holman papers [manuscript], 1929-1944. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 682907363 From the guide to the Rufus Cecil Holman papers, 1929-1944, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) ...
Walter Marcus Pierce (1861-1954) was a rancher, educator and legislator in Oregon. From the guide to the Walter Marcus Pierce papers, 1916-1945, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) Born on a farm in Grundy County, Illinois on May 20, 1861, Walter M. Pierce was U.S. Congressman for Eastern Oregon's Second District from 1933-1943. He served as Governor of Oregon from 1923-1927. An active member of the Democratic Party, Pierce was essentially a Populist. He was an arde...