Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers 1854-1975

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Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers, 1854-1975

Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers 1854-1975

University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s; correspondence, collected Philippine materials, course materials.

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Born Dublin, TX, 1888; accountant, 1914-17; built sugar beet mills, 1917-35; director of Michigan National Bank; director of Refiners Transport and Petroleum Corp. (Detroit); Republican Congressman, 1935-53; died 1957. From the description of Radio speech script, 1951. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 32058200 Saginaw, Michigan, sugar processor and Republican congressman. From the description of Fred L. Crawford papers, 1925-1953. (University of M...