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Herbert Hoover Public Positions and Honors

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Official Positions in the United States Government

1917 Chairman, Committee on Food, Council of National Defense
1917-1919 Chairman, United States Grain Corporation
1917-1920 United States Food Administrator; Member, United States War Trade Council
1918-1919 Chairman, United States Sugar Equalization Board; Member, President's Committee of Economic Advisers, Peace Conference, Paris
1918-1920 Director-General, American Relief Administration
1919-1920 Vice-Chairman, President Wilson's Second Industrial Conference
1921 Member, Advisory Committee, Limitation of Armaments Conference, Washington; Member, Federal Board for Vocational; Education; Member, Federal Narcotics Control Board
1921-1922 Member, Cabinet Committee on Organization of the Executive Department
1921-1928 Secretary of Commerce; Chairman, Colorado River Commission
1922 Chairman, President's Conference on Unemployment; Director, Russian Famine Relief
1922-1925 Chairman, National Radio Conferences
1922-1926 Chairman, Annual Aviation Conferences
1922-1927 Member, World War Foreign Debt Commission
1923-1928 Chairman, Rio Grande River Commission
1923-1929 Member, Executive Committee, American National Red Cross (Honorary President, 1929-1933)
1924-1928 Member, Federal Oil Conservation Board; Chairman, Committee on Coordination of Rail and Water Facilities; Chairman, Annual National Conference for Street and Highway Safety; Chairman, St. Lawrence Waterway Commission
1926 Member, Cabinet Committee on Reorganization of Government Departments
1927 Chairman, International Radio-Telegraph Conference; Director, Mississippi Flood Relief
1929 Honorary President, Pan American Union; Chairman, George Washington Bicentennial Celebration
1929-1933 President of the United States
1946-1947 Coordinator, Food Supply for 38 Nations in the World Famine of 1946-1947
1947 Special Mission to Investigate the Economy of Germany and Austria at the Request of President Truman; Member, Advisory Council, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
1947-1949 Chairman, Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1953-1955 Chairman, Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1954 Chairman, Mission to Germany at the Request of President Eisenhower and Chancellor Adenauer
1958 U.S. Representative, World's Fair, Brussels

Distinctions from the United States Government and Its Departments

1918 Silver Centerpiece, State Food Administrators; Testimonial, Employees of the United States Food Administration
1928 Testimonial, Employees of the Department of Commerce
1929 Gold Medal, United States Mint, on Inauguration as President
1930 Beginning of construction of Hoover Dam, named by Secretary of the Interior Wilbur (renamed Boulder Dam, 1933; Hoover name restored by Act of Congress, 1947)
1931 Bronze Medal, United States Mint
1932 Platinum Medal, George Washington Bicentennial Commission; Completion of Herbert C. Hoover Building, Department of Commerce, Washington D.C. (the largest office building in the world when it opened)
1933 Silver Box, Cabinet Members
1949 Unanimous Resolution of Appreciation, Congress of the United States, August 2; Testimonial, Members of the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1954 Concurrent Resolution of Appreciation, Senate and House of Representatives, July 21; Departmental Flag, Department of Commerce
1955 Testimonial, Members of the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1957 Presidential Award, President Eisenhower; Gold Medallion, Federal Home Loan Banks
1959 Conservation Service Award, Department of the Interior
1964 Special Tribute, "Get Well, Mr. President," House of Representatives, March 24

Distinctions from States and Municipalities
of the United States

1923 Herbert Hoover Highway, Iowa
1927 Silver Cup, Colored People of Arkansas (Mississippi Flood Relief)
1928 Concurrent Resolution of Appreciation, Legislature of Mississippi (Mississippi, Flood Relief)
1929 Hoover Street, Los Angeles, California Key to the City of Trenton, New Jersey
1930 Gold Plaque, Governor of Massachusetts (Three-Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony)
1939 Herbert Hoover Birthplace Society, West Branch, Iowa
1949 Freedom of the City of Palo Alto, California
1951 Iowa Award, Iowa Centennial Memorial Commission, 54th State General Assembly
1953 Joint Resolution, Legislature of Iowa (80th Birthday)
1954 Hoover Way, Haworth, New Jersey; Herbert Hoover Highway, Oregon; Bound Volume of [80th] Birthday Letters, Governors of 39 States
1955 Herbert Hoover Park, Newberg, Oregon; Guest of the State of Oregon (81st Birthday)
1956 Freedom of the City of Dallas, Texas
1957 Concurrent Resolution, Iowa House of Representatives
1959 Honorary Citizenship and Freedom of the City, Greenwich, Connecticut
1961 Herbert Hoover Dike, Lake Okeechobee, Florida
1962 Honorary Citizen, Quincy, Massachusetts

Foreign Relief Activities

1914 Chairman, American Committee for Repatriation of American Citizens from Europe
1914-1920 Chairman, Commission for Relief in Belgium (and Northern France)
1916 Tribute, Staff of the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1917-1920 Alternating Chairman, Inter-Allied Food Council
1918-1919 Director-General, Relief and Reconstruction (30 Countries in Europe); Member, 30 Inter-Allied Commissions or Committees on various economic and administrative subjects
1919 Director, Allied Railway Mission (Eastern Europe); Given "Mandate" over Eastern European Coal; Member and Part-time Chairman, Supreme Economic Council; Chairman, European Coal Council
1939-1942 Chairman, Finnish Relief Fund; Chairman, Commission for Polish Relief
1940 Chairman, Committee on Food for the Small Democracies
1940-1942 Chairman, Belgian Relief Fund
1946 Initiator (through General William H. Haskell), CARE
1947 Honorary Chairman, Greek War Relief Association
1956-1957 Honorary Chairman, First Aid for Hungary

Distinctions from Foreign Governments

1920 Testimonial, the President and People of Armenia

1924 Grand Cross of the Order of the Republic of Austria

1914 Silver Decoration of the Order of the Crown of Belgium
1918 "Friend of the Belgian Nation" by Legislative Act
1922 Gold Medal, the Belgian Government

1928 Ancient Spanish Silver Box, the Government of Chile

1931 Simon Bolivar Medal, the Government of Colombia

1928 Order of the White Lion, the Republic of Czechoslovakia

1928 Decoration, "Al Merito," of the Republic of Ecuador

1920 Testimonial, the Republic of Estonia

1919 Honorary Citizen of Finland
1949 Legislative Citation from the People of Finland
1954 Bust of Herbert Hoover by Kalervo Kallio, at the University of Helsinki

1917 Commander of the Legion of Honor
1918 Resolution of Thanks, Chamber of Deputies (Relief in Northern France)
1938 Testimonial and Medal, Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques

1954 Guest of the Federal Republic of Germany
1956 Silver Plaque, the People of Germany

1928 Gold Inca Mask, the Government of Peru; Paracas Mantle, the Government of Peru
1930 Grand Cross of the Order of the Sun, the Government of Peru

1919 Memorial Medal, the Ministry of Supplies, Republic of Poland
1922 Honorary Citizen of Poland

1923 Testimonial of Appreciation from the Soviet Government (Famine Relief, 1922-1923)

Guest of the Government

1938 Austria


1946 Argentina
Great Britain
The Netherlands
The Philippines

Distinctions from Foreign Municipalities

1928 Medal, the City of Buenos Aires

1921 Herbert Hoover Strasse, Steyr
1948 Medal, the City of Vienna

1916 Freedom of the City of Antwerp
1918 Freedom of the City of Brussels
1919 Boulevard Herbert Hoover, Charleroi
1938 Place Herbert Hoover, Louvain; Hoover Street, Brussels; Silver Plaque, the City of Namur

1938 Freedom of the City of Toronto

1923 Hoover Avenue, Prague

1920 Honorary Citizen of Reval

1938 Rug, the Commune of Merikarvia

1928 Medal, the City of Cambrai
1938 Silver Medal, the Cities of Roubaix and Valenciennes; Gold Medal, the City of Lille; Hoover Street, Lille; Honorary Citizen of Lille; Silver Medal, the Mayors of the 1,200 Communes of Northern France Occupied by Germany, 1914-1918; Medal, the City of Tourcoing

1946 Freedom of the City of Athens

1948 Silver Plaque, the City of Geislingen
1949 Illuminated Testimonials, the Bürgermeisters of 166 German Municipalities; Testimonials, the Bürgermeisters of 20 German Municipalities; Freedom of the City of Kiel
1951 Freedom of the City of Reutlingen

1928 Freedom of the City of Lima

1919 Hoover Avenue, Warsaw
1921 Honorary Citizen, Lwow
1922 Freedom of the City of Warsaw; Hoover Park, Warsaw
1945 Hoover Square, Poznan

Guest of the City

1938 Antwerp


1946 Athens
Rio de Janeiro



1954 Berlin

Educational Activities in the United States

1895 A.B. Degree, Stanford University, California
1912-1961 Trustee, Stanford University (Emeritus Trustee, 1961-1964), California
1915 Founder, Stanford Union, Stanford University, California
1919 Founder, The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, California
1920 Founder, Belgian-American Educational Foundation (Chairman, 1920-1961; Honorary Chairman, 1962-1964), New York
1920-1949 Trustee, Carnegie Institution of Washington
1921 Initiator, Food Research Institute, Stanford University, California
1925 Initiator, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, California
1933-1964 Trustee, Mills College, California
1937-1957 Trustee, Huntington Art Gallery and Library, California
1945-1964 Honorary Trustee, American University, Washington, D.C.
1950 Honorary Chairman, National Fund for Medical Education
1956-1958 Honorary Chairman, Stanford Medical Center Fund, Stanford University, California
1961-1964 Honorary Chairman, Stanford PACE Program, Stanford University, California

Honorary Degrees from Institutions in the United States

1916 Brown University, Rhode Island, LL.D.
1917 Harvard University, Massachusetts, LL.D.; Oberlin College, Ohio, LL.D.; University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, LL.D.; Princeton University, New Jersey, LL.D.; Williams College, Massachusetts, LL.D.
1918 University of Alabama, Alabama, LL.D.; Yale University, Connecticut, LL.D.
1920 Columbia University, New York, LL.D.; Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, LL.D.; George Washington University, Washington, D.C, LL.D.; Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, LL.D.; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, Eng.D.; Rutgers University, New Jersey, LL.D.; Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, LL.D.; Tufts College, Massachusetts, Sc.D.
1925 Penn College, Iowa, LL.D.
1926 Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., LL.D.
1927 Cornell College, Iowa, LL.D.; Washington College, Maryland, LL.D.
1928 Southwestern University, Tennessee, LL.D.
1931 Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, LL.D.; College of William and Mary, Virginia, LL.D.; University of Puerto Rico, LL.D.
1935 University of California, California, LL.D.; Colorado School of Mines, Colorado, Eng.D.; Drake University, Iowa, LL.D.
1937 Colby College, Maine, LL.D.
1939 Earlham College, Indiana, LL.D.; Lincoln Memorial University, Tennessee, Doctor of Humanities; Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, Eng.D.
1940 University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, D.C.L.
1941 Haverford College, Pennsylvania, LL.D.; Pacific College, Oregon, Doctor of Humanitarian Science
1945 Clarkson College of Technology, New York, Eng.D.
1947 New York University, New York, LL.D.
1948 Coe College, Iowa, Doctor of Humanities
1949 American University, Washington, D.C., LL.D.; Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio, Doctor of Humanities
1953 University of Nevada, Nevada, LL.D.
1954 State University of Iowa, Iowa, LL.D.
1956 Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania, LL.D.
1958 The Citadel, South Carolina, LL.D.; New York State University, New York, LL.D.
1962 University of Missouri, Missouri; Washington University, Missouri, LL.D.
1963 McKendree College, Illinois, LL.D.
1964 California Baptist College, Doctor of Humanities

Honorary Degrees from Foreign Institutions

1918 University of Brussels (Belgium), Doctor of Applied Sciences
1919 University of Gent (Belgium), Ph.D.; University of Liège (Belgium), Doctor of Universal Medicine; Oxford University (England), D.C.L.; Victoria University of Manchester (England), LL.D.; Yagellonian University of Kraków (Poland), Doctor of General Medicine
1921 Technical University of Prague (Czechoslovakia ), Doctor of Technical Science; University of Warsaw (Poland), J.D.
1922 Johan Casimir University, Lemberg (Poland), Doctor of General Medicine; University of Lwów (Poland), Doctor of General Medicine; Karl Franz University, Graz (Austria), Honorary Member of the University; National University of Tyrol (Austria), Honorary Member of the University
1923 Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium), Doctor of Political and Social Science
1925 Christian Albert University, Kiel (Germany), Doctor of Political Statesmanship
1928 Argentine School of Music and Declamation, Buenos Aires (Argentina), Honorary Diploma; University of Chile, Honorary Member of the Faculty of Engineers and Architects; University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Doctor of the University
1929 Baden Technical Institute, Karlsruhe (Germany), Eng.D.
1930 University of Brussels (Belgium), Doctor of the University
1933 Leoben University of Mining and Metallurgy (Austria), Doctor of Mining and Metallurgical Science
1938 Charles University, Prague (Czechoslovakia), Ph.D.; University of Helsinki (Finland), Ph.D.; University of Lille (France), Doctor of the University; Vienna Technical Institute (Austria), Doctor of Technical Science
1946 University of Capo D’Istria, Athens (Greece), Sc.D.
1949 Wirtschafts-Hochschule, Mannheim (Germany), R.P.D.
1954 Karl Eberhard University, Tübingen (Germany), Doctor of the University

Honorary Degrees Tendered in Absentia

1917 University of Vermont, Vermont; University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin
1919 Colgate University, New York
1924 University of Cincinnati, Ohio; Kenyon College, Ohio
1927 Hamline University, Minnesota; Rollins College, Florida
1930 Berea College, Kentucky
1938 Mills College, California
1939 St. Andrews University (Scotland)
1943 Dickinson College, Pennsylvania, LL.D.
1945 Norwich University, Vermont, LL.D.
1949 Waynesburg College, Pennsylvania; Baylor University, Texas
1953 Eureka College, Illinois
1956 Pennsylvania College for Women, Pennsylvania; Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania; Wesleyan University, Connecticut

Other Educational Honors

1919 Testimonial, the Free University of Brussels (Belgium)
1920 Honorary President, Fondation Universitaire, Brussels (Belgium)
1921 Medal, University of Vienna (Austria)
1924 Bronze Medal, Ecole Polytechnique, Brussels (Belgium); White Cross, the University of Vienna (Austria)
1931 Testimonial, The Royal Hungarian Academy of Mining and Forest Engineering, Sopron (Hungary)
1938 Silver Medal, University of Brussels (Belgium); Silver Medal, University of Liege (Belgium); Bronze Medal, State University of Gent (Belgium)
1949 Silver Medals, pair, Fondation Universitaire, Brussels (Belgium)
1950 "Alumnus of the Year," American Alumni Council
1952 Herbert Hoover Scholarship, University of Nevada
1953 Bronze Medal and Citation, the Case Institute of Technology, Ohio
1954 Hall of Fame Membership, Committee of Awards, New York University; Citation, Fondation Universitaire and Fondation Francqui (Belgium)
1956 Honorary Fellowship, American College of Hospital Administrators
1957 Annapolis Chair Named for Herbert Hoover, as once Chief of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps
1959 Honorary Fellowship, American College of Dentists. New York
1960 Master Key Scroll, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Wisconsin; Honorary Member, Class of 1905, Williston Academy, Massachusetts; Gold Medal and Brochure, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York
1962 Gold Medal, Board of Trustees of Stanford University (50 Years as Trustee), California
1963 Life Membership Certificate, Stanford University, Associates of the School of Earth Sciences, California; Gold Medal, Stanford Alumni Association (Herbert Hoover Award), California

Distinctions from Professional and Scientific Societies

1911 Fellow, Royal Geographical Society of London (Honorary Member, 1930)
1914 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Gold Medal, Mining and Metallurgical Society of America (Joint Award with Mrs. Hoover)
1917 Honorary Member, American Institute of Mining Engineers; Honorary Member, Canadian Mining Institute
1918 Audiffret Prize, Academic Frangaise; Gold Medal, National Institute of Social Sciences
1919 Bronze Plaque, the Western Society of Engineers (Washington Award)
1920 Honorary Member, Engineers Club of Philadelphia; Honorary Member, Société Belge des Ingénieurs et des Industriels; Public Welfare Medal, National Academy of Sciences; Honorary Vice-President, American Academy of Political and Social Science; Gold Medal, American Bar Association; President, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (also 1921); President, American Engineering Council of the Federated Engineering Societies (also 1921); Asteroid “Hooveria” Named by the University of Vienna
1921 Honorary Member, Vienna Physicians and Surgeons Association; Honorary Member, Polish Pediatrics Society, Warsaw; Honorary Member, Warsaw Society of Hygiene; Honorary Member, Engineers Club of New York; Honorary Member, American Society of Industrial Engineers; Honorary Member, Société des Ingénieurs Civils de France
1922 Member, National Academy of Sciences; Planet "Herberta," Named by the University of Vienna; Honorary Member, American Institute of Architects; Honorary Member, Association des Ingénieurs de L’Ecole de Liège; Trustee, Institute of Public Administration
1923 Honorary Member, Czechoslovakian Engineering and Architectural Association Honorary President, International Engineering Congress; Honorary Chairman, World Power Conference; Honorary Member, Czechoslovakian Society of Engineers
1924 Honorary Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (Life Member, 1944); Award, Fondation de 1'Ecole Polytechnique de Bruxelles; Honorary Member, National Museum of Engineering and Industry; Honorary President, Pan-American Standardization Conference, Lima, Peru
1925 Honorary Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Honorary Member, Society of American Military Engineers
1926 Honorary Member, Western Society of Engineers; Honorary President, International Engineering Congress; Honorary Chairman, World Engineering Congress; Honorary Member, International Association of Chiefs of Police; Honorary President, American Arbitration Association
1927 Honorary Member, Detroit Aviation Society
1928 Gold Medal, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (the William Lawrence Saunders Medal); Honorary Member, Engineering Club of Rio de Janeiro; Honorary Member, Institute de Ingenieros de Chile, Santiago
1929 Honorary Member, Sigma Xi; Honorary Member, Delta Omega Public Health Society; Honorary Member, American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Honorary Life Member, American Library Association; Gold Medal, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (the John Fritz Medal); Vice-President and Honorary Member, National Institute of Social Sciences; Honorary President, Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine, Inc.
1930 Honorary Member, Interstate Post-Graduate Medical Association of North America; Honorary Member, Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Gold Medal, Joint Engineering Society, "Awarded by Engineers to a Fellow Engineer for Distinguished Public Service" (the Hoover Medal); Honorary Member, American Management Association
1931 Testimonial, Royal Hungarian Academy of Mining and Forest Engineering
1932 Honorary Life Member, American Association of Engineers; Honorary Member, Engineers Society of Pennsylvania; Gold Medal, National Academy of Sciences
1933 Testimonial, American Engineering Council Medal, Society of Industrial Engineers (the Gilbreth Medal); Honorary Member, Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain)
1936 Honorary Member, Society for the Advancement of Management; Record of Appreciation, at the Opening of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, from the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, and American Society of Mechanical Engineers
1937 Honorary Life Member, California Academy of Sciences (Vice-president, 1934—1964)
1938 New Star "Hooveria," Named by the Astronomical Observatory, Brussels; Honorary Member, Mining, Geological and Metallurgical Institute of India, Calcutta; Gold Medal, Société Belge des Ingénieurs et des Industriels
1941 Fellow, American Geographic Society
1944 Life Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
1945 Honorary Life Member, Fédération Nationale des Commercants et Industriels, France; Honorary Member, International Statistical Institute; Honorary President, International Spanish-Speaking Association of Physicians, Inc.
1947 Member, American National Committee for the International Statistical Conference
1948 Honorary Fellow, American Public Health Association
1949 Honorary Member, "Grande Medaille," Association des Ingénieurs-Docteurs de France; Gold Medal, Society for the Advancement of Management (the Taylor Key); Bronze Plaque, National Society of Professional Engineers
1950 Bronze Plaque, Honorary Member, The Moles (Construction Workers); Inscribed Gold Watch, Columbia University Engineers; Gold Medal, American Museum of Natural History
1951 Citation, Drexel Institute of Technology; 50-Year Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Gold Medal, American Standards Association (the Howard Coonley Medal)
1952 Gold Medal, Northwestern Professional Engineers; Bronze Plaque, Honorary Member, New Jersey Mineralogical Society; Honorary Member, Award, Scientific Research Society of America; Life Member, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
1954 Honorary Sponsor-Founder, American National Theatre and Academy; Honorary Member, Award, American Institute of Industrial Engineers; Honorary Member, Award, Iowa Engineering Society; Honorary Member, Award, Standards Engineering Society; Award, National Press Club, Washington, D.C.; Award of Merit, American Institute of Consulting Engineers
1955 Frank H. Lahey Award, National Foundation for Medical Education; Golden Anniversary Award, Washington Society of Engineers
1956 Honorary Fellow, American College of Hospital Administrators; Honorary Member, American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
1958 Honorary Chairman, Institute of Nutrition Sciences; Honorary Chairman, United Engineering Societies; Honorary Chairman, Drive for Peter Cooper Union Engineering School; Honorary Chairman, American Social Health Association; Gold Medal, National Institute of Social Sciences
1959 Silver Medal, Cooper Union Centennial Committee; Medal, Tufts University (the Hosea Ballou II Medal); Member, Advisory Council, Society for the History of Technology
1960 Honorary Fellow, Textile Research Institute; Medal, Deafness Research Foundation; Award, Research Institute of America; Honorary Fire Prevention Chairman, Award, International Association of Fire Chiefs; Gold Medal, Honorary Member, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
1962 Distinguished Service Award, Iowa Engineering Society; Honorary Member, American Records Management Association

Distinctions from Various Societies and
Institutions in the United States

1913-1914 Representative in Europe, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
1920-1921 Associate Chairman, American Friends Service Committee
1921 Honorary Member, Huguenot Society of Pennsylvania; Honorary Member, Authors League of America; Honorary Member, International Chamber of Commerce
1922-1935 Chairman, Better Homes for America
1923 Honorary Member, Potomac Anglers' Association; Vice-President, American Olympic Association; Honorary Vice-president, Huguenot-Walloon New Netherlands Commission
1923-1924 Member of Executive Committee, American National Red Cross (Honorary President, 1929-1933)
1924-1925 President, National Parks Association
1926 Honorary Member, International Automobile Traffic Officers Association; Honorary Member, Izaak Walton League of America (Honorary President, 1929)
1927 Honorary Member, Detroit Aviation Society; Honorary Member, Rotary Club of Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Honorary Member, Seward Memorial Association, Seward, Alaska
1929 Honorary Life Member, Taylor County Branch, Wildlife League of West Virginia; Honorary Member, American Asiatic Association, New York; Honorary Member, Pine Tree Fish and Game Protective Association; Honorary Member, Republican Men of Ohio; Honorary President, Pan-American Highway Congress; Honorary President, United States Flag Association; Honorary President, International Longfellow Society; Honorary Life Member, Miami American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps, Florida; Honorary Member, New York Historical Society
1930 Honorary President, Colombia-American Chamber of Commerce; Honorary Chairman, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation; Honorary Life Member, Washington Republican Club of Cleveland; Honorary Member, Marine Society of the City of New York
1931 Honorary Life Member, Grand Council of the Order of DeMolay; Honorary President, International Recreation Congress; Honorary President, Yorktown Sesquicentennial Association; Honorary President, American Olympic Association; Honorary Vice-President, American Tract Society
1938 Honorary Member, American Press Society
1939 Honorary Chairman, Tolstoy Foundation
1942 Honorary Member, Society of California Pioneers
1944 Honorary Member, Essex Institute
1945 Honorary Trustee, Rotary International Foundation
1946 Honorary President, John Ericsson Society, Inc., New York
1947 Honorary Member, Oakland Chamber of Commerce, California
1948 Honorary Chairman, Goethe Bi-Centennial Foundation, Chicago
1949 Honorary Member, New York Chamber of Commerce; Trustee, National Trust for Historic Preservation
1950 Honorary Chairman, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report
1951 Member, Board of Governors, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation
1952 Honorary Member, Air Reserve Association of the United States
1953 Honorary Life Member, Sons of the American Revolution in the State of New York; Honorary Member, State Historical Society of Iowa; Member of the Board, American-Korean Foundation
1954 Honorary Member, Edison Pioneers; Honorary Chairman, Robert A. Taft Memorial Foundation, Inc.; Member, Membership Advisory Committee, Hall of Fame, New York University
1955 Honorary Member, Woodrow Wilson Centennial Celebration Commission
1956 Member, Horatio Alger Awards Committee, American Schools and Colleges Association
1958 Member, Mayors' Committee, Theodore Roosevelt Centennial; Trustee, Keep America Beautiful
1959 Honorary Member, Civil War Centennial Commission; Honorary Member, Stanford Convalescent Home
1960 Honorary Chairman, American Baltic Commemorative Committee; Charter Member, International Circulation Managers Association—Newspaper Boys' Hall of Fame; Honorary Chairman, National Bible Week; Honorary Chairman, New York Heart Association Drive
1961 Life Member, Clewiston Chamber of Commerce, Florida; Honorary Co-Chairman, William Howard Taft Memorial Association; Honorary Chairman, New York World's Fair, 1964-1965; Key to Cooper Union Engineering Building
1962 Life Member, Medal, Army and Navy Union
1963 Honorary Member, Navy League of the United States
1964 Honorary Chairman, Radio and TV Section, Hollywood Museum

Medals and Awards, Freedoms Foundation,
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

1949 George Washington Honor Medal
1950 George Washington Honor Medal
1951 Distinguished Service Plaque
1952 Distinguished Service Plaque
1953 Distinguished Service Plaque
1955 Distinguished Service Plaque
1956 Distinguished Service Plaque
1957 Gold Medal and Distinguished Service Plaque

Medals and Other Distinctions from Various Sources

1915 Medal and Testimonial, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
1916 Silver and Bronze Medals, Commission for Relief in Belgium; Gold Insignia, Commission for Relief in Belgium
1918 Silver Box, Members of the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1919 Testimonial, New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Charity Organization Society of the United Hebrew Charities and St. Vincent De Paul Society of the Brooklyn Bureau of Charities
1920 Gold Medal, New York Civic Forum; Silver Plaque, National War Garden Commission
1921 Huguenot Cross, Huguenot Society of Pennsylvania
1922 "One of Twelve Greatest Living Americans," Aristogenic Jury of America
1923 Silver Distinguished Service Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
1924 Testimonial, National Association of Master Plumbers
1926 Gold Medal, National Sesquicentennial Exhibition Commission
1927 Gold Medal, American Museum of Safety (the Major Louis Livingston Seaman Medal); Gold Medal, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Association
1928 Gold Key to the White House, Citizens of Verona, New Jersey
1928-1956 Gold Badges, Eight Republican National Conventions
1929 Gold Medal, New York Civic Forum; Gold Medal, Pan-American Society; "Herbert Hoover" Rose, Named by the Rose Association of America; International Harmon Trophy, "The Silver Wings of Peace," Ligue Internationale des Aviateurs
1930 Gold Medal, American Museum of Safety; Gold Medal, Filipino Federation of America; Steamship President Hoover, Named by Dollar Line
1931 "One of the First Ten in Great Service to Mankind," Aristogenic Jury of America; Gold Badge, American Legion, 13th Annual Convention; Gold Badge, DeMolay Legion of Honor; Rochambeau Medal, Celebration of the Capitulation of Yorktown, Colonial National Monument; Gold Medal, "To Commemorate the Starting of the Hoover Dam," Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Nevada
1932 Distinguished Service Award, National Home Planning Association; Gold Medal, Valley Forge Historical Society
1933 Bronze Cross of Honor, United States Flag Association
1939 Citation, International Society of Christian Endeavor; Medal, Czechoslovakian National Council of America
1940 Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Society of New York; Plaque, Scandinavian Societies, Los Angeles; Gold Medal, Nassau County Bar Association
1945 Award, National Civic Federation
1946 Citation, American Polish Relief Commission
1947 Gold Medal, Holland Society of New York; Testimonial for Report on the German Economy (Signed by 48 Leading Citizens)
1948 Award, American Foundation; Gold Medal, Boys' Clubs of America; Gold Medal, Sons of the Revolution; Silver Plaque, Tax Foundation of America
1949 Medal of Honor, Fishing and Hunting Hall of Fame; Award and $1,000, Variety Clubs International; Award, Radio Executives of America; Gold Medal, Dutch Treat Club (the John O'Hara Cosgrave Medal); Gold Medal, New York Federation of Women's Clubs; Gold Medal, New York Board of Trade; Bronze Plaque, Advertising Club of New York; Award, American Marketing Association (the Paul L. Converse Award); Award, United States Chamber of Commerce (the "Good Government Award")
1950 Citation of Merit, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report; Gold Medal of Honor, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Citation, Salvation Army of New York; Bronze Plaque, Sales Executive Club of New York
1951 Medal, Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut
1952 Citation, Radio Pioneers; Honorary Citizenship Award, the George Junior Republic
1953 Horatio Alger Award, Horatio Alger Schools and Colleges Association; Gold Medal, National Society of New England Women
1954 Gold Medal, International Benjamin Franklin Society; Citation, American Good Government Association; Award, American Pioneer Guild; Government Economy Award and Gold Clock, Farm-City Conference 1954; Testimonial, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report; Testimonial, Bohemian Club of San Francisco; Gold Plaque, National Republican Club of New York; Silver Tray, Steuben Society of America; Gold Medal, West Side Association of Commerce of New York City; Gutenberg Award, Chicago Bible Society
1955 Silver Plaque, National Shrine Convention, Medinah Temple, Chicago; Special Citation, Radio Pioneers; Citation, National Dairy Council; Silver Quill, National Business Publications; Award, Retired Officers of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce; Award, New York Young Republican Club; Award, Station WMGM and Palisades Amusement Park
1956 Magna Carta Award, Baronial Order of Magna Carta; Bronze Medallion, The Christophers; Award, Systems and Procedures Association of America; Herbert Hoover Statement, encapsuled in and engraved in part on Cornerstone of the Union Oil Building, Los Angeles; Gold Medal, Boys' Clubs of America
1957 Steamship President Hoover, Named by American President Line; Award, National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters; Award, Women's National Republican Club; Award, American Cancer Society; Award, Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc.
1958 Award, Military Order of the World Wars; Citation, Russian Immigrants Representatives Association; Testimonial, National Association of Pro-America; Distinguished Service Medal, Rotary Clubs of New York; Honorary Member, National Alpha Phi Service Fraternity; Award and Plaque, Conference of Patriotic and Historical Societies
1959 Silver Pitcher, Yankees-Old Timers' Day, Yankee Stadium (85th Birthday); Gold Emblem, United States Lawn Tennis Association; Gold Medal of Honor and Freedom of the City Award, City of New York; Citation, American Veterans of World War II and Korea
1960 Award, Plaque, and Citation, Radio and Television Executives Society; Distinguished Iowan Award, Iowa Association of Southern California; Award, Research Institute of America; Great Living Americans Award, United States Chamber of Commerce; Painting of Abraham Lincoln, Presented by the Cooper Union; Americanism Award, American Veterans of World War II and Korea; Gold Honor Key, Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity; Award, Reserve Officers Association; Award and Republican National Convention Badge, Young Republicans; Clock, Yankees-Old Timers' Day, Yankee Stadium; Citation, New York District of Kiwanis International; Distinguished Citizen Award, San Francisco Press Club; Gold Medal, National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame
1961 Honorary Companion of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States; Silver Medal, Explorers Club; Gold Medal, City of Philadelphia
1962 Gold Medal and Scroll, Paderewski Foundation; Constitutional Award 1962-1963, American Academy of Public Affairs; Award, United States Chamber of Commerce
1963 Award and Plaque, Jewish Council against Communism; Award of Merit and Bronze Medallion of the Order of Magellan, Circumnavigators Club
1964 Gold Medal, Anglers Club of New York

Honorary Memberships in Clubs

California: Army and Navy Club, San Francisco; Bohemian Club, San Francisco; California Club of Los Angeles; Commonwealth Club of San Francisco; Family Club of San Francisco; Lincoln Club of Los Angeles; Pacific Union Club, San Francisco; Tuna Club, Santa Catalina Island; Union League Club, San Francisco; University Club, Los Angeles; University Club, Palo Alto; University Club, San Francisco
Colorado: Denver Press Club, Denver
District of Columbia: Army and Navy Club; Capitol Hill Club; Chevy Chase Club; Metropolitan Club; University Club; Columbia Country Club; Congressional Country Club
Florida: Bath Club, Miami; Key Largo Anglers Club, Key Largo; Long Key Fishing Club; Sailfish Club
Illinois: Chicago Club; Engineers Club; Executive Club of Chicago; Sportsman's Club of America; Union League Club; University Club; 80 Club of Clay County
Maryland: Engineers Club of Baltimore
Massachusetts: Union League Club, Boston; University Club, Boston
Missouri: Missouri Fish Lines Club, Macon
New York City: Advertising Club; Anglers Club; Boys' Clubs Association; Brook Club; Burfocom Club; Circumnavigators Club; City Club; Civic Societies; Coffee House Club; Explorers Club; Harvard Club; India House; Lawyers Club; Links Club; Lotos Club; Madison Square Boys' Club; Marco Polo Club; Metropolitan Club; Mining Club; Nassau Country Club; National Republican Club; Overseas Press Club; Players Club; Sons of the American Revolution; Union League Club; University Club
Oklahoma: Engineers Club, Tulsa
Pennsylvania: Engineers Club, Philadelphia; Sons of the American Revolution; Pennsylvania Society, Pittsburgh; Union League Club, Philadelphia; Larrys Creek Fish and Game Club, Williamsport
Texas: Headliners Club
Virginia: Fishing Club, Madison County
Canada: Montreal Press Club
Alaska: Alaska Yukon Pioneers

Medals and Other Distinctions from Various
Foreign and International Sources

1900 Brass Decoration, Order of the China Relief Expedition of 1900
1916 Silver Medal, Comité National de Secours et d'Alimentation du Belge
1919 Bronze Medal, Comité de Ravitaillement du Nord de la France; Testimonial, George V, Patriarch of the Mother Church of Armenia; Honorary Member, Polish-American Society of Warsaw
1920 Testimonial, Comité d'Alimentation du Nord de la France
1921 High Commissioner, International Red Cross
1922 Portrait of Benjamin Franklin, painted from life by Louis Carrogis, Comité d'Alimentation du Nord de la France; Decoration, Hungarian Red Cross
1923 Star of Merit, Hungarian Red Cross
1925 Medal of Honor, German Red Cross; Testimonial, Red Cross Society of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes
1926 Silver Medal, Sesquicentennial Celebration Committee on American Independence (Poland); Silver Medal, Belgian Red Cross; Maltese Cross, Koninklyke Redders (Royal Savers ), Antwerp (Belgium)
1928 Gold Medal, Jockey Club of Buenos Aires (Argentina ); Gold Plaque, Touring Club of Ecuador; Testimonial, Chinese Colony in the Republic of Ecuador
1929 Bronze Medal of Honor, French Association of Aviation
1930 Gold Medal, Pan-American Society
1932 Bronze Medal, Tenth Olympiad Committee
1936 Medal, Ligue Internationale des Aviateurs
1938 Silver Medal, Cercle des Régates de Bruxelles (Belgium); Bronze Medal, Fondation pour 1'Etude des Moyens de Préservation de 1'Enfance (Belgium and France)
1946 Testimonial, 135 Finnish Artists
1948 Testimonial, Officers of the Infantry Regiment of Visby (Sweden)
1954 Citation, Fondation Universitaire and Fondation Francqui (Belgium)
1960 Citation of Honor, Eloy Alfaro Award, Republic of Panama
1964 Grand Cross, Order of Saint Denis of Zante (Greece)

Honorary Memberships Conferred by Foreign Institutions

1916 Honorary Member, American Society of London
1921 Honorary President, Polish-American Society of Warsaw; Honorary Member, Journalists Association of Lwów (Poland)
1924 Honorary Member, Touring Club of Belgium
1938 Honorary President, Cercle des Régates de Bruxelles
1945 Honorary Member, National Federation of Commerce and Industry of France
1957 Honorary Vice-President, International Union of Building Societies and Savings and Loan Associations, London
1958 Honorary Membership, Institution of Civil Engineers, London

Agencies Founded by Herbert Hoover for
Service to Children

1914-1920 Canteen System of Rehabilitation for 2,000,000 Children in Belgium and Northern France
1919-1924 Canteen System of Rehabilitation for 14,000,000 Children in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia
1920 American Child Health Association (Chairman, 1920-1935)
1921 American Children's Fund (Chairman, 1921-1940)
1938 White House Conference on Child Welfare
1946-1947 Canteen System of Rehabilitation for 5,000,000 Children in Germany
1946 Jointly with others, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

Official and Honorary Positions in
Children's Service Associations

1919-1922 Chairman, European Children's Fund
1920-1921 Chairman, European Relief Council
1920-1924 Vice-President, National Child Welfare Association
1921 President, American Child Hygiene Association; Honorary Member, Polish Red Cross
1922-1935 Chairman, American Child Health Association
1929 Honorary President, Camp Fire Girls
1929-1933 Honorary President, Boy Scouts of America
1931 Honorary President, Indiana Council, Boy Scouts of America; Honorary President, Boy Rangers of America
1936-1964 Chairman, Boys' Clubs of America
1952 Honorary Member, American Boys' Clubs Associates
1954 Honorary Director, Convalescent Home for Children, Des Moines, Iowa
1962 Award and Plaque, Save the Children Federation, Inc.

Distinctions from Children's Organizations and Groups

1930 Silver Buffalo Award, Boy Scouts of America
1931 Medal, Indiana Council, Boy Scouts of America; Gold Medal, Newspaper Boys of America
1932 Medal, Catholic Boys Brigade
1947 Award, Girl Scouts of America, National Organization
1948 Gold Medal, Boys' Club of America
1952 Testimonial, Pupils of Hoover School, Enid, Oklahoma; Award, Chicago Boys' Clubs
1954 Testimonial, Pupils of Silverdale School, Gheen, Minnesota
1956 Good Citizens Award, Luther Burbank High School, Burbank, California; Citation of Merit, Girls' Clubs of America
1960 Plaque, Boys' Clubs of America; Medal, Buffalo Bill Council, Boy Scouts of America, West Branch, Iowa (Hoover Trail Dedication); Trowel Used at Cornerstone Laying, and Master Gold Key, Herbert Hoover Building, National Headquarters of the Boys' Clubs of America
1961 Trowel Used at Cornerstone Laying, South San Francisco Boys' Club

1921 Testimonial Scroll, Children of Vienna; Testimonial Scroll, "The Thankful Children of Austria;" Two Paintings Depicting Feeding of Children in Vienna

1915 Book of Letters, Children of the Third Grade in Ecole Moyenne Léon LePage, Brussels; Two Books of Testimonials, Children of the Schools of Accle; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Children of the Primary Schools of Peruwelz; Collection of Booklets of Thanks, Children of Belgium; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Primary School, Pepinster; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Children of the Communal School, Etterbeek; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Pupils of the Schools at Embourg, Liège; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Pupils of School No. 21, Brussels; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Children in Barbençon and Hainaut; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Communal School for Boys, On; Collection of Letters of Appreciation, 4th and 5th Classes of the Primary School for Girls, Braine-le-Comte
1917 Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Pupils of the Industrial School, Braine-le-Comte
1922 Statue of Isis, Gift of Belgian Children to Herbert Hoover for the Hoover Birthplace

1947 Collection of Letters of Appreciation, Primary School, Frauenau; Collection of Drawings and Expressions of Thanks, Children of Munich
1949 Testimonial of Thanks from Children of Germany; Testimonial, Children of Stuttgart; Collection of Drawings, Pupils of High Schools, Mannheim; Testimonial of Appreciation, School Children, Dillingen
1950 Collection of Letters from School Children, Württemberg-Baden; Testimonial, School Council, Elementary School, Linsenhofen; Collection of Drawings, High School Pupils, Schomdorf
1951 Collection of Drawings, School Children, Marburg; Collection of Letters, School Children, Ludwigsburg

1920 Testimonial, Hungarian Executive Committee, Budapest

1920 Book of Photographs of Children's Relief, Inscribed by Children; Testimonial, Jewish Congregation at Warsaw
1921 Book Painted by Polish Children, with Photographs of Children Receiving Food; Three Albums of Photographs of Child Feeding, Children of Poland; Scroll of Appreciation, School Children, Dabrowa Ruska
1922 Album of Photographs of Child Feeding, Warsaw
1946 Testimonial, Children of St. Wojciech's School, Warsaw

1922 Testimonial, Nursing and Pregnant Mothers, Petrograd
1923 Testimonial Booklet, Herbert Hoover Hospital, Odessa

1921 Testimonial Scroll, Greek Orthodox Church of Constantinople

Schools Currently Named for Herbert Hoover

California: Hoover High School, Fresno; Herbert Hoover High School, Glendale; Herbert Hoover School, Indio; Hoover Middle School, Lakewood; Hoover Street Elementary School, Los Angeles; Herbert C. Hoover Junior High School, Merced; Hoover Lower School, Oakland; Hoover Structured School, Palo Alto; Hoover School, Redwood City; Herbert Hoover High School, San Diego; Hoover Middle School, San Francisco; Herbert Hoover Middle School, San Jose; Hoover Elementary School, Santa Anna; Herbert Hoover School, Stockton
Florida: Herbert Hoover Junior High, Indialantic
Illinois: Hoover School, Calumet City; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Schaumburg
Iowa: Hoover Elementary School, Bettendorf; Hoover Elementary School, Cedar Rapids; Herbert Hoover School, Council Bluffs; Herbert Hoover School, Davenport; Herbert Hoover High School, Des Moines; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Dubuque; Herbert Hoover School, Iowa City; Hoover Elementary School, Mason City; Herbert Hoover Junior High School, Sioux City; Herbert Hoover High School, Toledo; Hoover Intermediate School, Waterloo; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, West Branch
Maryland: Herbert Hoover Junior High School, Rockville
Massachusetts: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Melrose
Michigan: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Hazel Park; Hoover School, Lincoln Park; Hoover Elementary School, Livonia; Hoover Elementary School, Wayne
Minnesota: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Coon Rapids; Hoover Elementary School, North Mankato; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Rochester
New Jersey: Herbert Hoover School, Bergenfield; Herbert Hoover Junior High School, Edison
New Mexico: Hoover Middle School, Albuquerque
New York: Herbert Hoover Middle School, Kenmore; Hoover Elementary School, Kenmore
Oklahoma: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Bartlesville; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Enid; Herbert Hoover School, Lawton; Herbert Hoover Junior High School, Oklahoma City; Hoover Elementary School, Tulsa
Oregon: Herbert Hoover School, Corvallis; Herbert Hoover Elementary, Medford; Hoover Elementary School, Salem
Pennsylvania: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Camp Hill; Herbert Hoover School, Harrisburg; Herbert Hoover Building, Langhorne; Hoover School, Mt. Lebanon
Washington: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Yakima
West Virginia: Herbert Hoover High School, Clendenin
Wisconsin: Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Neenah; Herbert Hoover Elementary School, New Berlin

Institutions and Buildings Honoring Herbert Hoover

1919 Hoover War Collection, Stanford University, California (later renamed Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace)
1932 Herbert C. Hoover Building, Department of Commerce, Washington D.C. (the largest office building in the world at the time of its completion)
1935 Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Nevada (Named Hoover Dam by Secretary of the Interior Wilbur upon project commencement, 1930; renamed Boulder Dam, 1933; Hoover name restored by Act of Congress, 1947)
1941 Hoover Tower, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, California
1955 Minthorn House, Herbert Hoover Foundation, Salem, Oregon (boyhood home of Herbert Hoover, 1884-1889; residence of his foster father. Dr. Henry J. Minthom)
1958 Hoover Library, Union Christian College, Seoul, Korea; Herbert Hoover Building, National Headquarters, Boys' Clubs of America, New York
1962 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa
1963 Herbert Hoover Hall, Engineers Club, New York

Publications by Herbert Hoover

1909 Principles of Mining. New York, Hill, 199 pp.
1911 List of Books [relating to metals], compiled for use in translating De Re Metallica. London, privately printed, 395 pp.
1912 De Re Metallica, by Georgius Agricola, translated from the first Latin edition of 1556 by Herbert Clark Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover. London, Salisbury House, Mining Magazine; reprinted 1950, New York, Dover. 640 pp.
1922 American Individualism. Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday, Page, 72 pp.
1928 The New Day: Campaign Speeches, 1928. Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 230 pp.
1929 Addresses Delivered during the Visit of Herbert Hoover to Central and South America, November-December 1928. Washington, D.C., Pan American Union, 60 pp.
1930 A Remedy for Disappearing Game Fishes. New York, Huntington, 41 pp.
1931 A Boyhood in Iowa. New York, Aventine Press, 49 pp.
1933 Campaign Speeches of 1932, by President Hoover and ex-President Coolidge. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 329 pp.
1934 The Challenge to Liberty. New York, Scribner. 212 pp.
The State Papers and Other Public Writings of Herbert Hoover, collected and edited by William Starr Myers [2 volumes]. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1237 pp.
1936 American Ideals versus the New Deal. New York, Scribner, 96 pp.
1938 Addresses upon the American Road, 1933-1938. New York, Scribner, 390 pp.
America’s Way Forward. New York, Scribner, 55 pp.
1939 Shall We Send Our Youth to War? New York, Coward-McCann, 36 pp.
1940 Further Addresses upon the American Road, 1938-1940. New York, Scribner, 265 pp.
1941 Addresses upon the American Road, 1940-1941. New York, Scribner, 272 pp.
1942 America’s First Crusade. New York, Scribner, 81 pp.
The Hoover-Gibson Plan for Making Lasting Peace. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 45 pp.
New Approaches to Lasting Peace, with Hugh Gibson. New York, 37 pp.
The Problems of Lasting Peace, with Hugh Gibson. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 295 pp.
1943 Further New Approaches to Lasting Peace, with Hugh Gibson. New York, Vanderbilt-Jackson, 56 pp.
1945 The Basis of Lasting Peace, with Hugh Gibson. New York, Van Nostrand, 44 pp.
1946 Addresses upon the American Road, World War II, 1941-1945. New York, Van Nostrand, 442pp.
1949 Addresses upon the American Road, 1945-1948. New York, Van Nostrand, 319 pp.
A Report to the Congress, by the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, 1947-49, Herbert Hoover, Chairman [37 volumes]. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office.
1951 Addresses upon the American Road, 1948-1950. Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 221 pp.
A Cause to Win: Five Speeches on American Foreign Policy in Relation to Soviet Russia. New York, Freeman, 32 pp.
The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, Vol. 1: Years of Adventure, 1874-1920. New York, Macmillan, 496 pp.
The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, Vol. 2: The Cabinet and the Presidency, 1920-1933. New York, Macmillan, 405 pp.
1952 40 Key Questions about Our Foreign Policy. Scarsdale, N.Y., Updegraff, 102 pp.
The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, Vol. 3: The Great Depression, 1929-1941. New York, Macmillan, 503 pp.
1955 Addresses upon the American Road, 1950-1955. Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 365 pp.
A Report to the Congress, by the [Second] Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, 1953-55, Herbert Hoover, Chairman [43 volumes]. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office.
1958 The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson. New York, McGraw-Hill, 318 pp.
1959 An American Epic, Vol. 1: The Relief of Belgium and Northern France, 1914-1930. Chicago, Regnery, 477 pp.
1960 An American Epic, Vol. 2: Famine in Forty-five Nations: Organization behind the Front, 1914-1923. Chicago, Regnery, 489 pp.
1961 Addresses upon the American Road, 1955-1960. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton, 415 pp.
An American Epic, Vol. 3: Famine in Forty-five Nations: The Battle on the Front Line, 1914-1923. Chicago, Regnery, 592 pp.
1962 On Growing Up. New York, Morrow, 160 pp.
1963 Fishing for Fun – And to Wash Your Soul, edited by William Nichols. New York, Random House, 86 pp.
1964 An American Epic, Vol. 4: The Guns Cease Killing and the Saving of Life from Famine Begins, 1939-1963. Chicago, Regnery, 322 pp.
1974 Proclamations and Executive Orders: Herbert Hoover. [2 volumes] Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 1566 pp.
Public Papers of the Presidents of the U.S.: Herbert Hoover. Vol. 1 – 1929. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 812 pp.
1976 Public Papers of the Presidents of the U.S.: Herbert Hoover. Vol. 2 – 1930. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 832 pp.
Public Papers of the Presidents of the U.S.: Herbert Hoover. Vol. 3 – 1931. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 868 pp.
1977 Public Papers of the Presidents of the U.S.: Herbert Hoover. Vol. 4 – 1932-33. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 1333 pp.

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