Herbert Hoover † Steckbrief

Herbert Hoover Portrait

Wie alt ist Her­bert Hoo­ver?

Her­bert Hoo­ver ist 90 Jah­re alt ge­wor­den.

Wo­durch ist Her­bert Hoo­ver be­kannt?

Her­bert Hoo­ver war ein US-ame­ri­ka­ni­scher Po­li­ti­ker, 31. Prä­si­dent der USA.

Wann wur­de Her­bert Hoo­ver ge­bo­ren?

Her­bert Hoo­ver wur­de am 10. Au­gust 1874 ge­bo­ren.

Wo wur­de Her­bert Hoo­ver ge­bo­ren?

Her­bert Hoo­ver wur­de in West Branch, Iowa, USA, ge­bo­ren.

Geburtsort von Herbert Hoover

Wann ist Her­bert Hoo­ver ge­stor­ben?

Her­bert Hoo­ver ist am 20. Ok­to­ber 1964 in New York City, USA, ge­stor­ben. Der Ge­burts­tag von Her­bert Hoo­ver jährt sich die­ses Jahr zum 144. Mal.
Mehr zum Tod von Her­bert Hoo­ver auf Me­men­to­m­ori.

In wel­chem Stern­zei­chen wur­de Her­bert Hoo­ver ge­bo­ren?

Her­bert Hoo­ver wur­de im Stern­zei­chen Löwe ge­bo­ren.

Wie groß war Her­bert Hoo­ver?

Her­bert Hoo­ver hat­te eine Kör­per­grö­ße von ca. 182 cm.

Fil­me mit Her­bert Hoo­ver

Im Do­ku­men­tar­film Pro­hi­bi­ti­on (2011) von Ken Burns wer­den der Wahl­kampf 1928 und die an­ti­ka­tho­li­schen Res­sen­ti­ments ge­gen Al Smith the­ma­ti­siert.
Über Hoo­vers Wahl­sie­ge wur­de der Do­ku­men­tar­film Lands­li­de – A Por­trait of Pre­si­dent Her­bert Hoo­ver (2009) von Chip Dun­can ge­dreht.
Life Por­trait of Her­bert Hoo­ver auf C-SPAN, 4. Ok­to­ber 1999, 160 Min. (Do­ku­men­ta­ti­on und Dis­kus­si­on mit Ti­mo­thy G. Walch und Ri­chard Nor­ton Smith)

Her­bert Hoo­ver bei Ama­zon:

Herbert Hoover Geburtstag

Mehr Bil­der von Her­bert Hoo­ver
(Li­zenz-Hin­wei­se am Ende der Sei­te)

Image of Herbert Hoover (bottom right) holding a reception at the White House for delegates to the 13th Civitan International convention.
Governor William Stephens of California meets with King Albert I and Queen Elisabeth of Belgium in 1919. From L to R, Prince Leopold, Herbert Hoover, Queen Elisabeth, King Albert I, Governor William Stephens
1929 United States Treasury salary check paid to President Herbert Hoover
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
u00abAmerican Generosityu00bb, en el número de septiembre de 1921 de The Liberator.
 Es folgt die historische Originalbeschreibung, die das Bundesarchiv aus dokumentarischen Gründen übernommen hat. Diese kann allerdings fehlerhaft, tendenziös, überholt oder politisch extrem sein. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten Coolidge mit seinem Cabinet
Cabinet of US President Herbert Hoover, seated out of doors on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.
President Herbert Hoover with new Republican National Chairman Claudius H. Huston
Group at ceremony; Charles F. Adams, 3rd from left, Patrick J. Hurley, 5th from left; Lou and Herbert Hoover 3rd and 2nd from right
Description: (April 10, 1929) President Herbert Hoover presents the Collier Trophy to Joseph Ames, chairman of the NACA in 1929. Three years later, as part of his plan to increase efficiency in government, Hoover would sign an executive order to abolish the NACA. However, the election of Franklin D. Roosevelt prevented the implementation of President Hoovers executive and left the NACA intact. Center: LARC Image #u00a0: L-1990-04348
President Herbert Hoover presents the Collier Trophy to Joseph Ames, chairman of the NACA in 1929. Three years later, as part of his plan to increase efficiency in government, Hoover would sign an executive order to abolish the NACA.
President Calvin Coolidges cabinet Coolidges cabinet in 1924, outside the White House Front row, left to right:Harry Stewart New, John W. Weeks, Charles Evans Hughes, Coolidge, Andrew Mellon, Harry M. Daugherty, Curtis D. Wilbur Back row, left to right, James J. Davis, Henry C. Wallace, Herbert Hoover, Hubert Work
Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover in convertible automobile on way to U.S. Capitol for Roosevelts inauguration, March 4, 1933
Group, including Henry Stimson, 3rd from left, Herbert Hoover, center, and Charles Adams, 2nd from right
Herbert C. Hoover.
Bain News Service,, publisher. Herbert Hoover [between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920] 1 negativeu00a0: glassu00a0; 5 x 7 in. or smaller. Notes: Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Format: Glass negatives. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.24821 Call Number: LC-B2- 4258-10
Bain News Service,, publisher. Herbert Hoover [between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920] 1 negativeu00a0: glassu00a0; 5 x 7 in. or smaller. Notes: Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Format: Glass negatives. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.25292 Call Number: LC-B2- 4336-6
Bain News Service,, publisher. Herbert Hoover [between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920] 1 negativeu00a0: glassu00a0; 5 x 7 in. or smaller. Notes: Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Format: Glass negatives. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.26030 Call Number: LC-B2- 4460-17
Bain News Service,, publisher. Herbert Hoover [between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920] 1 negativeu00a0: glassu00a0; 5 x 7 in. or smaller. Notes: Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Format: Glass negatives. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.26029 Call Number: LC-B2- 4460-16
Bain News Service,, publisher. Herbert Hoover [between ca. 1915 and ca. 1920] 1 negativeu00a0: glassu00a0; 5 x 7 in. or smaller. Notes: Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Format: Glass negatives. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ggbain.26031 Call Number: LC-B2- 4460-18
Herbert Hoover, Director of American Relief Administration, for his article The Bankruptcy of Socialism, on page 439 of the December Munceys Magazine.
Herbert Hoover, U.S. President, at the 1932 Republican National Convention, accepting the nomination to run for re-election. Also on stage are his wife Lou Henry Hoover (left), Everett Sanders (left of Hoover, with glasses), Bertrand Snell (right of Hoover), and Edith Roosevelt (right, holding fan)
English: [Herbert Hoover and Amelia Earhart, at White House, Washington, D.C.]
http://www.hoover.archives.gov/exhibits/Hooverstory/gallery03/gallery03.htmlu20ac -Courtesy of the Hoover archives.
English: [Herbert Hoover and Amelia Earhart, at White House, Washington, D.C.]
Ted Joslin, White House Press Secretary for Herbert Hoover (in office 1931u201333).
Herbert Hoover at desk with group standing behind him, including members of his Cabinet: Henry Stimson, 2nd from right, Charles Curtis, 3rd from right; William Borah, Patrick J. Hurley, and Charles Adams, 5th from right
Herbert Hoover, U.S. President, half length, standing, facing right, giving opening address to the nine point prosperity conference and receiving applause from Secretary of Commerce Roy D. Chapin.
Herbert Hoover in 1898 (at the age of 23), photographed in Perth, Western Australia.
Herbert Hoover is photographed in his suite in the Waldorf Astoria Towers.
Hoovers letter of thanks to Low and the Girl Scouts of America.
Hoover hört Radio
Herbert Clark Hoover
L-R Former RNC Chairman Herman Work, President Herbert Hoover, newly appointed RNC Chairman Claudius Hart Huston
Herbert Hoover photo portrait from 1917.
Photo shows President Herbert Hoover at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., standing at a podium with NBC-Columbia microphones as he reads his acceptance speech for the 1932 Republican Party nomination to run for a second term as president.
Photo shows President Herbert Hoover at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., standing at a podium with NBC-Columbia microphones as he reads his acceptance speech for the 1932 Republican Party nomination to run for a second term as president.
Photo shows President Herbert Hoover at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., standing at a podium with NBC-Columbia microphones as he reads his acceptance speech for the 1932 Republican Party nomination to run for a second term as president.
President Herbert Hoover presents the Collier Trophy to Joseph Ames, chairman of the NACA in 1929. Three years later, as part of his plan to increase efficiency in government, Hoover would sign an executive order to abolish the NACA.
Left to right: Herbert Hoover, Mrs. Warren G. Harding, Warren G. Harding, all standing, in grandstand, at baseball game.
President of the U.S. Herbert Hoover while visiting Cacheuta, a city in Mendoza Province, Argentina.
US President Herbert Hoover with radio microphones.
A signed check by Herbert Hoover (31st President of the United States).
Former President Herbert Hoover speaking in 1961 in Clewiston, Florida, at the dedication of the dedication of his namesake dike along Lake Okeechobee.
President Hoover visits the dam site, November 12, 1932
President Herbert Hoover throws first pitch at Griffith Stadium, probably 1929
Picture of the mirror donated by the later US President Herbert Hoover to a hotel in Kalgoorlie
Picture of a poem by the later US President Herbert Hoover to a hotel in Kalgoorlie
Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with representatives of the governments who have ratified the Treaty for Renunciation of War (Kellogg-Briand Pact), in the East Room of the White House.
Herbert Hoovers nomination of John J. Parker to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.
It was taken on USS Maryland in 1929.
President Herbert Hoover lights the U.S. National Christmas Tree on December 24, 1929. Mrs. Lou Henry Hoover and members of the Cabinet and other high officials of the government look on.
President Hoover views West Wing fire ruins, January 15, 1930. (cropped)
President and Lou Henry Hoover on a footbridge at Rapidan Camp
Secretary of Commerce Hoover listening in on his radio setIdentifier: realamericans01wade (find matches)Title: Real AmericansYear: 1922 (1920s)Authors: Wade, Mary Hazelton Blanchard, 1860-1936Subjects: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964 Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927 Burroughs, John, 1837-1921 Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909 United States -- BiographyPublisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and companyContributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:ice and cocoau2014these con-stituted the feast. What was in the minds of the luxury-lovingAmericans who partook of those simpleviands? Surely they were now picturing tothemselves the starving little ones across theocean who were in such terrible need. To make the thought-picture more vivid, anempty chair, with a childs tray fastened to it,stood on the table beside Mr. Hoover. No onepresent needed to be told that that chair repre-sented the Invisible Guests in whose aid thedinner was given. There were few at thattable whose eyes remained dry when Mr.Hoover pleaded with them in the name of thecause he worked for. The fund which the Relief Council asksfor is not larger than the cost of one battle-ship, he told his hearers. Then he went on to refer to the luxurieswhich American people enjoy. You are ableto help save the lives of the starving childrenof Europe, he reminded them earnestly.Surely you will do so. The story of the feast with its InvisibleGuests spread through the country and theText Appearing After Image:HERBERT CLARK HOOVER 113 people everywhere were roused to give freshhelp. Many an American boy and girl, hear-ing of the feast in New York, gladly made sac-rifices that the lives of boys and girls inEurope should be saved. Mr. Hoover had notspoken in vain. Great Heart, as this splendid man has beenlovingly called, has received honorary degreesfrom many colleges. He has long been a trus-tee of his loved Stanford University. He hasrecently been made a member of PresidentHardings Cabinet. In this new office hespeedily busied himself in trying to improvethe conditions of working people in this coun-try and in making plans for sending aid tostarving Russia. Herbert Hoover is looked upon to-day bythe whole world as a real American, becauseof his deep love for freedom and justice, histenderness for the suffering, and his devotionto his country. But surely no title could bedearer to him than that by which he is some-times called,u2014The Friend of Helpless Chil-dren. LEONARD WOOD The Devoted PaNote About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
Identifier: reviewofreviewsw59newy (find matches)Title: Review of reviews and worlds workYear: 1890 (1890s)Authors:Subjects:Publisher: New York Review of Reviews CorpContributing Library: Robarts - University of TorontoDigitizing Sponsor: University of TorontoView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:(T^ Edwin I^cvifk, New York THE GEORGE WASHINGTON. CARRYING PRESIDENT WILSON AND HIS PARTY TO FRANCE LAST MONTH. WITH PART OF ITS NAVAL ESCORT THE PROGRESS OF THE WORLD 13Text Appearing After Image:Underwood & Underwood PRESIDENT WILSON AND HIS WAR CABINET(With the exception of the representatives of the War, Navy and Treasury departments, these gentlemen wereall brought to Washington after the United States entered the War. The task of each has been to organize anddirect a new department of the Government. On Wednesday of each week they met together to deal with thelarger economic problems of war. Seated, from left to right in the picture, are: Benedict Crowell, then ActingSecretary of War in the absence of Mr. Baker; William G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury and DirectorGeneral of Railroads; President Wilson; Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy; and Bernard M. Baruch, headof the War Industries Board. Standing, are: Herbert Hoover, Food Administrator; Edward N. Hurley, chair-man of the Shipping Board; Vance C. SlcCormick, chairman of the War Trade Board; and Harry A. Garfield,Fuel Administrator, Most of these experts are now in Europe, or holding themselves subject tNote About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Herbet Hoover presidents of the USA in the prekmurian Novine (November 27, 1932)
Oval portrait in red of Secretary Herbert Hoover of California, nominee of the Republican Party in 1928 and for reelection in 1932
Secty Herbert Hoover addresses guests at the 1929 laying of the first cornerstone of the Commerce building
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah, 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover and Henry T. Fletcher, ambassador to Italy; along with members of the press embarked on board the U.S. battleship for a South American good-will tour, and vessel and ships company inspection. On this trip Hoover was nearly assassinated in Argentina by a local anarchist. Hoover went on to become the 31st president of the United States. Launched in December 1909, the Battleship Utah was a Florida-class battleship weighing 21,825 tons, she was the first American battleship fitted with steam turbine engines and was armed with ten 12 guns; sixteen 5 guns and two 21 torpedo tubes. U.S. Navy Sailor, Joseph V. Sullivan, father of Martin Joseph Sullivan was a crew member on the Battleship Utah circa. 1926 - 1930. (Photos courtesy of Martin Joseph Sullivan)
On December 20, 1939, a great sympathy meeting for Finland was arranged in Madison Square Garden. In the picture from the left former president Herbert Hoover (chairman of the Finland-committee), doctor van Loon, and the mayor of New York, La Guardia.
Su0142onik ofiarowany Marii Sku0142odowskiej-Curie przez prezydenta USA H. Hoovera w 1929 roku
Chief Justice William H. Taft administering the oath of office to Herbert Hoover on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4, 1929.
Ted Joslin, White House Press Secretary for Herbert Hoover (in office 1931u201333).
Herbert Hoover Cup of best all-around amateur radio station in U.S. which was awarded to Donald C. Wallace, Minneapolis
 Scope and content: This is the advertisement that caused Herbert Hoovers opponents to state that he had promised voters a chicken in every pot and two cars in every garage during the campaign of 1928. During the campaign of 1932, Democrats sought to embarass the President by recalling his alleged statement. According to an article in the New York Times (10/30/32), Hoover did not make such a statement. The report was based on this ad placed by a local committee -- which only mentions one caru00a0!
 Scope and content: Photograph from Volume Two of a series of photo albums documenting the construction of Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Nevada.
 Scope and content: Handwritten text of eulogy read by Lewis L. Strauss over NBC television following the death of Herbert Hoover, the 31st President of the United States. Strauss close friendship with the former president began in WWI when he was Hoovers personal assistant during Hoovers food relief activities. A moving and eloquent tribute.
 General notes: A reproduction of this Executive Order can be found on roll 13 of National Archives Microfilm Publication M1118.
 General notes: A reproduction of this Executive Order can be found on roll 13 of National Archives Microfilm Publication M1118.
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 Scope and content: In 1927 Hoover -- who was then Secretary of Commerce -- was asked by a high school principal to comment on the value of higher education. Hoover expressed indignation that a money value should be placed on higher education. Its true value, he believed, was in the cultivation of mind, understanding of human life, the strengthening of character and the extension of knowledge . . . and that the inpregnation of these ideals into professional training is the real contribution of higher education. Good advice then, and for America today in an age that is in danger of losing its soul in pursuit of profits and technology.

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