Papers 1914-1953.


Papers 1914-1953.

Oil company executive, U.S. Representative, and Governor of Ohio. Correspondence, speeches, reports, proclamations, campaign material, financial ledgers, and other papers, relating to Whites's governorship (1931-35). Includes material on taxes, prison cases, prohibition, highways, public utilities, press policies, invitations, Ohio Justice Dept., and public welfare. Contact repository for more information.

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