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JAMES MACLAFFERTY PAPERS, 1924-1933
11 linear inches (2 manuscript boxes)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

James H. MacLafferty was a member of the 67‑68th Congress, personal assistant to Herbert Hoover from 1925 to 1927, and President Hoover's liaison with Congress and the Republican National Committee from1929 to 1933.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

Box Series
1

DIARIES, Mar 1, 1929‑Jan 21, 1933.
Arranged chronologically. The container list includes an index for each diary period.

1‑2

CORRESPONDENCE, 1924‑1946.
Correspondence, memos, and doodles by Herbert Hoover. Arranged alphabetically by name.

Container List

Box Contents
1

DIARY, MAR 1 and MAR 4, 1929

Akerson, George
Cabinet
Coolidge, Calvin
Curtis, Charles
Donovan, William
Goemmer, Carl P.
Good, James
Hoover, Herbert
Houston, Claudius H.
Johnson, Hiram
Kellogg, Frank
Longworth, Nicholas
Newton, Walter H.
Shortridge, Samuel
Roosevelt, Theodore
Tilson, John

DIARY, MAY‑DEC 1930 (handwritten)

Adams, Charles Francis 10‑6
?Akerson, George
Allen, Frank, 10‑6
Allen, Henry, 11‑6
Baird, Joe E., 7‑31
Baker, Ray, 11‑14
Barbour, Henry E., 11‑14, 29
Benjamin, Ray, 11‑5, 9
Black, Loring, 12‑12, 16
Blodgett, John W, 11‑6
Bonus Bill, 6‑4, 20, 26; 7‑1, 12‑3, 11, 30
Borah, William E. 12‑30
Brandegee, Frank, 12‑13
Briggs, Clay Stone, 11‑22
Brookhart, Smith W., 12‑30
Bulow, William J., 9‑8
Burke, James Francis, 8-7
Butler, William, 7‑29: 9‑8; 10‑6; 11‑3, 5
Butler, Mrs. William, 10‑6
Campbell, Ira, 6‑18
Capper‑Kelly bill, 12‑3
Caraway, T. H., 12‑1
Carter, Albert E., 12‑19
Case, Norman, 10‑6
Cole, William P., 6‑24
Conners, John F., 12‑8
Coolidge, Calvin, 10‑6, 12‑3
Coolidge, Marcus A., 11‑5
Cox, Channing, 7‑31
Cox, James M., 11‑9
Cranston, Louis, 9‑11
Crisp, Charles R., 9‑19
Crowther, Frank, 11‑14, 12‑3
Davis, James J., 8‑18
Davis, John W., 11‑9
Davenport, Frederick M., 12‑19
Dawson, 8‑12
DeKeim, George, 8‑7
Denton, Albert H., 7‑28, 29
Dickinson, L. J., 6‑10
Doak, William, 11‑29
Draper, Eben, 7‑29; 9‑8
Edwards, General, 10‑6
Evans, William E., 12‑9
Federal Farm Board, 11‑10
Fess, Simeon D., 8‑5, 7; 11‑11, 12
Field, Daniel, 7‑14, 9‑9
Fleishhacker, Herbert, 11‑14
Free, Arthur, 12‑16, 19
Gardiner. William Tudor, 9‑8, 9; 10‑6
Garner, John, 11‑9
Goff, 12‑16
George Washington Bi‑Centenary Board, 9‑19
Gordon, Bennett, 11‑9
Gourand (France) 10‑6
Graham, George 12‑15
Grant, U. S., 3rd, 9‑19
Green, William, 11‑29; 12‑11
Hadley, Lindley H., 11‑14
Hale, Frederick, 7‑24
Hamill, General, 6‑17
Hammill, 10‑6 (Iowa Governor)
Hard, William 12‑13
Haskell, 9‑8
Hawley‑Smoot Bill, 8‑12, 11‑7
Herbermann, 7‑10
Herbert, Felix, 6‑10
Hilles, Charles D., 7-29, 31; 8-7
Hines, Frank T., 6‑22, 10‑6
Hitchcock, 9‑8 (Nebraska)
Hock, Homer, 6‑24. 12‑19
Hooper, Joseph L., 12‑19
Hoover, Herbert, Jr.,11‑9
Hoover, Lou Henry, 7‑10, 10‑6, 11‑9
Howell, Robert B., 12‑11
Hudson, Grant, 9‑11, 12‑30
Hull, William E.,   12‑19
Hurley, Pat, 8‑5, 10‑6, 11‑9
Huston, 7‑2, 8, 9; 10‑14
Hyde, Arthur, 11‑3
Jones, Wesley L., 11‑29, 12‑16
Jones‑White law, 7‑28
Keane, Hamilton, 12‑11
Kelly, Mike J., 8‑18, 12‑8
Kent, Frank, 9‑9
Korell, Franklin, F., 11‑5
LaFollette, Robert, 12‑24
Langley, John, 12‑11
Larsen, William W., 9‑19
Leavitt, Scott, 12‑19
Liggett, Louis, 10‑6
Lindsay, Sir Ronald, 9‑11
Linnell, William, 9‑9
Lobienger, Charles S., 12‑11
Long, Huey, 9‑10
Longworth, Nicholas, 9‑16; 12‑15
Lucas, Robert, 9‑8, 9, 16, 19; 11‑6, 9; 12‑24
Luce, Robert, 12‑11, 18, 19
McCormick, Mrs., 9‑8 (Illinois)
McCuen, Joseph R., 10‑6
McKellar, Kenneth, 12‑11
McMaster, William H., 9‑8
McNary Haugen Bill, 11‑29, 11‑13
Madden, Martin, 12‑12
Mapes, Carl E., 12‑19
Metcalf, Jesse H., 11‑3, 11‑5
Meyer, Eugene, 6‑10, 12‑18
Michelson, Charles, 8‑18, 9‑9
Michener, Earl, 11‑29
Miller, John, 9‑11
Mills, Ogden, 11‑25
Morrow, Dwight, 8‑18, 9‑9
Moses, George H., 7‑8, 9; 9‑8 11
Muscle Shoals, 11‑8, 22, 29; 12‑3
Newton, Walter, 6‑17; 8‑7; 12‑11
Norris, George, 8‑12, 9‑8, 12‑11, 12, 24, 30
Nye, Gerald P., 12‑24
O'Connell, Cardinal, 10‑6
O'Connor, James,   9‑11
O'Neal, Mrs., 9‑8 (Illinois)
Page, William Tyler, 11‑6, 12‑1
Partridge, Donald, 9‑8, 9
Pershing, John J., 10‑6
Pomeroy, Dan, 7‑29, 8‑7
Prohibition, 11‑3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 22, 29; 12‑3, 8, 30
Ransdell, Joseph, E., 9‑10
Raskob, John J., 6‑10, 11‑9
Reed, Dan, 6‑23, 26; 12‑3
Robinson, Joseph T., 11‑9; 12‑11
Robsion, 11‑5 (Kentucky)
Rogers, Will,, 12‑30
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 11‑5
Roraback, J. Henry, 6‑17
Ross, Mrs. Nellie Taylor, 11‑14
Sanders, Everett, 6‑20
Schall, Thomas D., 11‑5
Seiberling, Francis, 12‑19
Sherman Act, 12‑15
Shipping Board, 6‑10, 18; 7‑28, 29
Shipstead, Henrik, 12‑13
Shouse, Jouett, 11‑3, 9‑8‑18
Smith, Alfred E., 11‑9
Snell, Bart, 11‑25
Stobbs, George R., 12‑19
Stearns, Frank W., 9‑8
Strauss, Oscar, 6‑10
Strong, James G., 6‑24
Thayer, Mrs. Nathaniel, 10‑6
Tilson, John, 6‑17; 9‑8, 16, 17, 19; 10‑6; 11‑3, 14, 25; 12‑11, 12, 15
Underhill, Charley, 11‑5
Venable, Earle, 6‑20; 7‑2; 8‑12; 9‑14; 8‑13
Vincent, Bird J., 12‑9
Walsh, T. J., 12‑11
Watson, James E.7‑9, 29; 9‑19; 11‑4, 7, 10; 12‑16
West, James, 9‑17; 11‑7
White, Wallace, 7‑14; 9‑8, 9; 11‑25
Wickersham, Commission, 11‑3
Williamson, William, 9‑8
Winant, 9‑11 (New Hampshire Governor)
Wood, Will R., 6‑17, 18, 20; 7‑2, 8, 10, 14; 8‑13, 19

DIARY, 1931

Adams, John T., 11‑28
Ackerman, Ernest, 12‑2
Bachrach, Isaac, 1‑11
Baker, George Barr, 12‑24
Barbour, Harry & Mrs., 1‑4
Benjamin, Ray, 11‑28, 12‑30
Bennett, W. S., 12‑8
Borah, William E., 1‑4, 8; P. 3 Pacific Coast Trip
Brown, Ashmun, 12‑11
Burke, Jo J., 12‑28
Calhoun, Scott, 12‑11
Caraway, T. H., 1‑4
Cermack, 12‑11 (Chicago Mayor)
Chipperfield, Burnett M., 12‑19
Christianson, p., 8, Middle West Trip (Michigan Governor)
Coolidge, Calvin, 1‑4, 12‑5, 30, 31
Crowther, Frank, 12‑2
Curtis, Charles, 12‑5
Dawes, Charles G., 12‑5
Dickinson, L, J. p.4, Middle West Trip
Faro, Samuel, 12‑29
Fess, Simeon, 12‑16, 19
Fitzgerald, Roy, 12‑8
Garner, John, 12‑9
Gerardo James, 12‑28
Gordon, Bennett, 12‑28, 29, 30
Grosbeak, 12‑24 (Michigan Governor)
Hammill, John, 12‑24, 29, 30
Hartley, 11‑28 (Washington Governor)
?Hooper, Joseph, p. 3, Middle West Trip
Hoover, Allan, 12‑24
Hoover, Lou Henry, 12‑24
Hill, John Wesley, 12‑24
?Houghton, Fred B. p. 9, Middle West Trip
Hurley, Pat, 12‑16, 24
Jones, Wesley L., 12‑11
Kenny, William, 12‑24
\LaGuardia, Fiorello H., 12‑11
?Lucas, Robert P. 2 Pacific Coast Trip; 12‑24
Luce, Robert, 1‑8, 12‑5
?Haas, Melvin J. p. 8, Middle‑West Trip
McFadden, Louis T., 12‑19
McIntosh, Kenneth, 12‑11
McKenna, Pat, 12‑30
Milbank, Jeremiah, 11‑28
Michener, Earl & Mrs., 1‑4
?Miller, Joaquin, p. 1, Middle West Trip
Muscle Shoals, 1‑8
Mann, Mr., 12‑11
?MacLafferty, Taylor D., p. 29, Middle West Trip
Norris, George, 1‑4, 8
Nutt, 11‑28, 12‑28
Nye, Gerald, 12‑30
O'Brien, J. J, 12‑24, 29, 30
Page, Tyler, 12‑24, 28
Peak, Frederic, 12‑5
?Pease, Lute, P. 1, Middle West Trip
Prohibition, 12‑19
Rainey, Henry, 12‑8
Raskob, John, 1‑4, 12‑24
?Richey, Lawrence, p 5, Pacific Coast Trip; 12‑24
Rickard, Edgar, 12‑24
Risley, Judge, 12‑2
Robinson, Harry, 11‑28
Rolph, 11‑28 (California Governor)
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 12‑29
Roth, Samuel, 12‑29
?Schall, Thomas D. p. 89, Middle West Trip
Scott, Charles, 12‑5
Shouse, Jouett, 12‑24
Smear Books, 12‑24, 29
Smith, Al, 1‑49 12‑29
Snell, Bert, 12‑2, 5, 19
Stearns, Frank, 12‑30
?Storey, William B. p. 9, Middle West Trip
Sullivan Mark, 1‑18
Taber, L. J., 11‑28
Thompson, Big Bill, 12‑11
Tilson, John, 1‑8, 12‑2, 5, 16
Underhill, Charles 12‑5, 8
Vandenburgh, Arthur12‑5
Venable, Earle, 12‑30
?Watson, James, p. 9, Middle West Trip
?Wheeler, Burton1, 2‑19
Wood, Will R., 12‑24, 28, 29, 30, 31
Young, J. Russell 12‑11, 30

DIARY, JAN 1932

Beck‑Linthiaum bill, 28
Benjamin, Ray, 13
Bennet, Ira, 13, 15, 23
Bingham, Hiram, 22
Brainerd, 16 (Interstate Commerce Commission)
Brougher, J, Whitcomb, 13
Brown, Walter, 15, 16
Burke, James Franklin, 28
Butler, William H. 2
Byrnes, James F., 4
Caraway, T. H., 2
Cardoza, Judge, 23, 25
Caufield, 15 (Missouri Governor)
Chipperfield, Burnett M., 23, 25
Collier, James W., 8
Coolidge, Calvin, 2, 6
Cox, Jimmy, 2, 9
Crowther, Frank, 8, 9
Curry, Tammany leader, 9
Cutting, Bronson, 13
Davenport, Frederick H., 4
Davis, John W., 9
Dawes, Charles G., 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 21
Dickinson, L. J., 4, 5, 6, 8
Dinwildie, Edwin C., 23
Dyer, Leonidas, 15
Essary, 12 (Baltimore Sun)
Fort, 12
Garner, John, 18, 20
Gerard, James, 2, 18
Glass, Carter, 28
Gordon, Bennett, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 28
Gregg, 25 (attorney)
Gregory, Warren, 20
Hague, Frank, 9
Hamill, John, 13
Harrison, Pat, 28
Hawley‑Smoot bill, 4, 8, 9
Hearst Newspapers, 18, 20, 23
Hoover, Herbert III “Pete”, 12
Hoover, Lou Henry, 6, 16
House, Colonel, 15
Hurley, Pat, 28
Hyde, Arthur, 15, 25, 28
Johnson, Hiram, 13
Jones, Sam, 2
Jones, Wesley L., 2
Knutson, Harold, 1
League of Nations, 20
Lehman family, 4
Lowden, Frank, 16
Lucas, Robert, 2, 8, 9, 13, 16, 19, 28
McCormick, Ruth Hanna, 12
McFadden, Louis T., 23, 25
McKellar, Kenneth, 21
Hedalie, George Z., 2
Mellon, Andrew, 25
Murray, William, 3, 13
O'Brien,
Patman, Wright, 23
Peck, Fred, 12‑13
Pelkey, William S., 12
?Probition, 4, 6, 12, 23
Rainey, Henry, 6, 18, 22
Raskob, John, 2, 6, 16
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 19‑23
Richey, Larry, 8, 9, 13, 18, 19, 28
Robinson, Joseph T., 18
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 2, 9, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23
Scott, Charles, 2
Shouse, Jouett, 15, 16, 28
Simpson, John A., 3, 25
Smith, Al, 2, 9, 15, 16
Snell, Bert, 4, 6, 8, 9, 23
Summers, Hatton W., 23
Thomas, John, 16
Tilson, John, 23, 25
Train, Arthur, 2
Vandenburgh, Arthur, 16
Venable, Earle, 2, 23
Walsh, T. J., 23
Watson, James, 18
West, James, 2, 6, 8, 9, 12
Wheeler, Burton, 4
Wood, Will R., 2, 4, 9, 21, 23

DIARY, FEB 1932

Allen, Henry, 3
Bank of America, 25
Banking bill, 5, 11, 17, 19, 25, 29
Beck, James M., 8
Bingham, Hiram, 8
Brown, Walter, 16
Byrne bill, 17
Byrns, Joe, 19
Cardoza, Judge, 16
Collier, James W., 7
Coolidge, Calvin, 16
Cooksey, 3 (Reconstruction Finance Corporation)
Costigan, LaFollette bill, 1, 3
Dawes, Charles G, 4
Dickinson, L. J., 16
Ford, Henry, 3
Financial Situation, 11
Garner, John N., 3, 11, 16, 17, 19, 23, 25, 27, 29
Gianinni, 25 (banker)
Glass, Carter, 11, 19, 25
Glass‑Steagall bill, 17, 19, 25, 29
Gordon, Bennet, 17
Hall, Homer W., 3
Hamill, John, 1
Harrison, Pat, 23
Hearst, William Randolph, 1, 25, 27
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 16
Hoover ranch, 23
Hoover, Lou Henry, 1
Hurley, Pat, 1, 7, 16, 23, 27
Hyde, Arthur, 1, 27
Jahnke, 1, 27
Japanese Incident, 1, 27
Jones, Wesley, 16
Knox, Frank, 19
Lucas, Robert, 4
McCormick, Anne O'Hare, 7
McDuffie, John, 4
McSwain, John J., 4
Mellon, Andrew, 3, 4, 5
Mills, Ogden, 4, 5
Moses, George, H., 27, 29
O'Brien, James J., 1
Parker, Judge, 16
Patman, Wright, 4
Philippine Independence bill, 23, 25, 27
Prohibition, 16, 17, 25
Quinn, Percy, 4
Raskob, John, 25, 27
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 4, 11, 25
Reorganization of the Government Departments, 25
Richey, Larry, 4
Robinson, Joe, 19, 23
Roosevelt, Franklin, D., 3
Rutherford, Samuel, 4
Scott, Charles, 3
Shouse, Jouett, 11
Smith, Al, 8
Snell, Bert, 27
Steagall, Henry B., 11
Stimson, Henry L., 23
Strong, James, 11
Sullivan, Hark, 1
Tariff, oil, 3, 11, 17
Walcott, Frederic C., 11
Watson, James, 3
Welch, Richard J, 25, 27
Wood, Will R., 27

DIARY, MAR 1932 

Allen, Frank, 2
Anti‑injunction bill, 8, 10
Bacharach, Isaac, 11
Banking and Currency bill, 1
Barbour, Henry, 18, 21, 23
Beck, James M., 11
Bennett, William S., 1
Bonus bill, 16, 21, 23, 30, 31
Borah, William E., 6, 11
Brookhart, Smith W., 11
Brown, Postmaster General, 2
Burke, James Francis, 6
Butler, William M., 2, 11
Bynes, Joe, 25
Clark, Champ, 16
Collier, James W., 18
Connally, Tom, 4
Cox, Channing, 30
Crisp, Charley, 18, 23, 25, 27
Crowther, Frank, 14, 31
Curry, John F., 31
Davenport, Frederick M., 25
Davis, John W., 30
Dawes, Charles C., 25
Dickinson, L, G., 28, 29
Doughton, Robert L., 16
Driver, William J., 11
Farm Board, 4
?Fitzgerald
Fort, Franklin, 6
Free, Arthur, 18
Garner, John N., 1, 4, 10, 11, 16, 18, 23, 29, 30, 31
Gascoigne, Mr., 27
Gilbert, Clinton, 11
Glass‑Steagall bill, 4
Gordon, Bennet, 24, 27, 28, 29
Goss, Edward W., 11
Granfield, William J., 14
Harrison, Pat, 6
Hawley, Willis C., 11 
Hearst Papers, 29
Hull‑O'Connor bill, 16
Kaltenborn, H. V., 29
Kelly, M. J., 16
Kennedy, Bert, 11
Kent, Frank, 28
Krock, Arthur, 6
LaGuardia, Fiorello H., 21, 23, 29, 30
Lewis Amendment, 23
Lindberg, Charles baby, 4, 11
Linz, Clarence, 25
Lucas, Bob, 6, 23, 28
McDuffie, John, 18
McSwain, John J., 18
Martin, Joseph W. Jr., 11
Meyer, Eugene, 25
Michelson, Charles, 28
Michener, Earl, 8
Mills, Ogden, 8
?Michelsoen, Charles
Mitchell, William D., 8
Moses, George, 1, 14, 27
Mulvane, David I., 18
National Credit Men's Association, 25
Norris, George W., 8
Nye, Gerald P., 11
O'Brien, Robert Lincoln, 2
Oil Tax, 23
Quinn, Percy, 18
Patman, Wright, 31
Prohibition, 4, 6, 11, 16
Rainey, Henry, 18, 23, 25
Reconstruction Finance Company, 25
Rankin, John E., 16, 30
Ramsayer, Amendment, 23
Raskob, John, 1, 24, 28
Requa, Mark, 6 
Roberts, Edward C., 11
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1, 10, 16, 24, 30, 31
Scott of National Committee, 25
Shipsted, Henrick, 8
Short‑selling, 1, 10
Shouse, Jouett, 4, 6, 24, 27, 28
Smith, Al, 1, 10, 30
Snell, Bert, 8, 10, 11, 16, 24
Steagall, Henry B., 8
Stock Exchange, 1, 10
Summers, Hatton, 8
Swing, Phil, 23
Tammany Hall, 31
Tax Bill, 8, 11, 16, 18, 21, 23, 24, 30, 31
Tilson, John, 8, 11, 18
Vestal, Bert, 18
Volstead Act, 16
Wason, Edward H., 25
Wheeler, Burton K., 10
Williams, John Sharp, 29
Wilson, Dr. Clarence True, 16
?Wood, Will R., 27, 28, 29931
Wyant, Gov. of N.H., 14
Youngman, William, 1

DIARY, APR 1932

Babson, Roger, 1
Baker, Newton, 28
Barkley, Alben W., 16
Blaine, John J., 26
Bonus bill, 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 14, 16
Byrd, Ex, Gov. Va., 16
Cannon, Bishop, 16
Chappel, 26
Chipperfield, Burnett M., 23
Clements (Missouri, RNC), 19
Coolidge, Calvin, 26
Crouch, Harvey, 16
Crowther, Frank, 12, 14
Dawes, Charles G., 14
Dickinson, L. J., 14
Economy bill, 4, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 29
Federal Economy Program, 4, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28
Federal Farm Board, 12
Forster, Rudolph, 2
Free, Arthur, 28, 29
Garner, John N., 2, 5, 11, 28
Gascoigne, Paul, 8
Gerard, James, 2
Gianinni, (banker), 16
Glass, Carter, 14
Goldsborough bill, 23
Gordon, Bennett, 1, 2, 12, 14, 19, 28, 29
Hare bill, 2, 4, 5
Hawley‑Smoot tariff bill, 8, 19
Hines, Frank T., 5
Hooper, Joe, 14, 19
Hurley, Pat, 12
Johnson, Royal, 14
Ku Klux Klan, 19
LaFollette, Robert, Jr., 6, 8, 16
LaGuardia, Fiorello H., 2
Leach, (Pennsylvania), 10
McBride, (Anti‑Saloon League), 23
McDuffie, John, 11, 14
McFadden, Louis, T.23
Michelson, Charles, 12, 14
Mooney, Tom, 28
Moratorium, 19
Murray, "Alfalfa Bill", 16
Norris, George W., 6, 8
Omnibus bill, 14, 16, 19, 21
Peck, Frederick, 19
Pelky, William, 19
Philippine Independence, 2, 4, 5
Primaries, State, 6, 8, 28
RFC, 16
Raskob, John, 2, 12
Ritchie, 29 (Virginia Governor)
Robinson, Joe, 5, 16
Rolph, 28, 29 (California Governor)
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 8, 12, 14, 16, 19, 26, 28, 29
Salary – President's, 11
Schafer, John, 26
Schwab, 21
Short‑selling, 14
Shouse, Jouett, 14
Simmons, Robert G., 12
Simpson, 12 (President Farmers Union),
Smith, Al, 1, 14, 19, 28
Snell, Bert, 4, 21, 29
Strawn, Silas, 14
Strong, James, 14
Tammany, 16
Tariff bill, 2, 4, 28
Taxes, 5
Tilson, John, l, 2, 5, 6, 14, 21
West, James, 12
Wheeler, Burton K., 16
Whitney, Richard, 14
Wolcott, Jesse P., 14
Wolverton, Charles A., 2
Wood, Will, 14
Wile, Frederick William, 14

DIARY, MAY 1932

Anti‑Saloon League, 12
Barbour, Henry, 19
Baruch, Barney, 12, 17
Bonus bill, 6
Borah, William E., 12, 19, 21, 24
Brand, Charles H., 24
Brookhard, Smith, 19
Crisp, Charley, 16, 17
Dickinson, L. G., 6, 12, 13, 16, 21, 23, 24, 26, 31
Economy Bill, 2, 6, 11, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 31
Fess, Simeon D., 21
Garfield, (Ohio), 26
Garner, John N., 12, 16, 17, 24, 28
Goldsborough bill, 6
Gordon, Bennett, 2, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17
Home Loan Bank bill, 21
Hurley, Pat, 6
Jones, Wesley, 9, 11
Kelly, M. J., 12, 19
LaGuardia, Fiorello H., 19
Lucas, Robert, 12
MacDonald (Bureau of Roads), 24
McFadden, Louis T., 19
Meade,   (Pennsylvania), 17
Moore, (ex-Governor), 21
Moratorium, 19
Moses, George, 17
Muscle Shoals, 6
Newton, 6
Norris, George W., 19
Nye, Gerald P., 19, 24
Omnibus bill, 14, 16, 19, 21
Parker, Richard S., 23, 24
Pickett, Deets, 23
Prohibition, 16, 21, 24
RFC, 19
Rainey, Henry, 6, 24
Ramseyer, C. William, 21
Reed, David A., 12
Rebenson, Joe, 12, 17, 23, 24
Rolph (Gov. Calif.), 11
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 12, 13, 17, 23, 24
Smith, Al, 12, 17
Snell, Bert, 6, 19
Steagall bill, 6
Taxes, 19
Tammany, 12
Underhill, Charles L., 12
Van Slyk, George, 9
Wagner, Robert F., 28
Young, Owen D., 12, 17

DIARY, JUNE-JULY 1932

Allen, Henry, June 28, July 7
Anti‑Saloon League, June 28
Bacharach, Isaac, July 7
Bacon, Robert L., July 20
Baker, Mr., July 2
Bingham, Hiram, July 11
Baruch, Barney, July 12
Beedy, Carroll B., June 18
Barbour, Henry E., July 11
Beeler, Adam, June 28
Barkeley, Alben, June 28
Black, Loring M., June 30
Bonus bill, June 2
Brookhart, Smith, June 7
Borah, William E., June 7, 21, 30; July 11, 12,14,16,20
Brown, Walter, June 9
Burke, James, June 18
Butler, Nicholas Murray, June 9
Coolidge, Calvin, June 9
Curtis, Charles, June 9, 18; July 20, 22
Davenport, Fred, June 21.24
Dawes, Charles G., June 7, 18
Democratic Convention, July 2
Dickinson, L. G., June 7. July 7. 8
Disarmament Conference, June 24
Donovan, William J., July 22
Duff, Edwin, July 22
Economy bill, June 2, 28; July 7
Farm Board, July 20, 22
Field, Henry, June 7
Garner, John N., June 2, 7; July 2, 7, 11, 12,14,15,26
Glass Amendment, July 14
Glass, Carter, July 14
Glenn, Otis F., June 7
Good, Jim, June 9
Gordon, Bennet, July 20
Jones, Wesley, June 28; July 7, 8, 11, 26
Kinsley, Earl, June 28
LaGuardia, Fiorello H., June 7
LaFollette, Robert M., June 7, 28
Lucas, Robert, June 9, 18
McAdoo, June 9; July 2, 8, 11, 12
McFadden, Louis T., July 14
Macy, N.Y. State Chairman, June 18
Meier, Gov. Oregon, July 11
Meyer, Eugene, June 7; July 12
Mills, Ogden G., June 2, 18; July 12
Moses, George, June 7, 28
Mott, John R., June 9
Norbeck Bill, July 14
Norbeck, Peter, June 7, July 14
Norris, George, June 7. 30
?Prohibition, June 7. 9, 21, 30 July 2, 7, 26, 2O
RFC, July 7. 12, 14, 15
Ramseyer, C. William, July 26
Raskob, John, June 21
Relief Bill, June 24, 28, July 14, 15
Republican Convention, July 9, 18
Richie, Mr., July 2
Robbsin, Raymond, July 2
Robinson, Arthur E., July 14
Rockefeller, Jr., June 9
Roosevelt, Eleanor, July 20
Roosevelt, Franklin D., June 24, 28; July 2, 11, 15, 20, 22, 26, 28
Sanders, Everett, June 18, 21, 28
Schafer, John C., June 21
Scott, Charles, July 7
Shortridge, Samuel D., July 7. 8, 11
Simmons, Robert, June 28
Smith, Al, July 2
Smoot, Reed, June 28
Snell, Bert, June 2, 21, 24, July 7, 11, 12, 15
St. Lawrence Waterway, July 11, 22
Tammany Hall, July 2
Tax Bill, June 2
Tilson, John, June 2, 28, July 26, 28
Volstead Act, June 30, July 2, 8
Walker, Mayor NY, July 2
Walsh, David I., July 8
Watson, James E., June 2
Went, Jim, July 2
Wickersham Report, July 2
Young, J. Russell, June 9
Young, Owen D., July 14
Youst, Mrs., July 7

DIARY, AUG-DEC 1932

Andrew, A. Piatt, Dec 12
Baker, Mr., Dec 8
Benjamin, Ray, Dec 9
Borah, William, Oct 28
Brown, Walter, Nov 21
Burke, James Francis, Aug 9
Coolidge, Calvin, Dec 9
Doak, William, Aug 5
Election, Nov 16, 30
Evans, Herman, Oct 28
Foreign Debt, Nov 22
Garner, Charles N., Nov 30
Goemmer, Carl, Nov 21
Hilles, Charles D., Aug 9, Dec 13
Hoover, Lou Henry, Oct 22
Jones, Wesley, Sep 9
Joslyn, Ted, Oct 22
Keim, George de B., Nov 21, 22; Dec 8, 9, 13
Knox, Frank, Dec 13
Krock, Arthur, Dec 13
Lucas, Robert, Aug, 9; Nov 30
Mills, Ogden, Dec 8, 9
Moses, George H., Dec 13
Nelson, John, Sep 8
Newton, Walter, Oct 28
Nutt, Mr., Dec 13
O'Connor, T. V., Aug 5
Prohibition, Aug 5, 12
Parker, Mr., Dec 5
Reed, David, Nov 16
Ritchie, Mr., Dec 8
Richey, Larry, Dec 13
Roosevelt, Alice Longworth, Oct 28
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Aug. 9, Sep 8; Oct 22, 28, 30; Nov 16, 21, 22; Dec 8
Roosevelt, Theodore Jr., Sep 8
Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore, Aug 12
Roosevelt, Theodore, Nov 16
Sanders, Everett, Dec 5, 99 13
Smith, Al, Oct. 30, Dec 8
Snell, Bert, Nov 30
Strother, French, Oct 22
Swing, Phillip D., Dec 8
Thomas, Mr., Sep 8
Tilson, John, Sep 8
Watson, Jim, Dec 13
Winslow, Sam, Dec 13
Young, Mr., Dec 8

DIARY, 1933

Butler, Nicholas Murray, Jan 14
Coolidge, Calvin, Jan 14
Dollar Steamship Line, Jan 14
Hilles, Charles D., Jan 14
McAdoo, Mr., Jan 14
Philippine Independence, Jan 14
Roosevelt, Frank D., Jan 4, 14, 21
Sanders, Everett, Jan 4, 14
Shortridge, Samuel M., Jan 14
Snell, Bert, Jan 14
Wadsworth, Jimmy, Jan 14, 21

 

CORRESPONDENCE

Box Contents
1

Coolidge, Calvin

Correspondence, 1926, 1932
Visit to the Coolidges, Sep 24, 1930
Anecdotes of Frank W. Stearns, Oct 13, 1930

Hoover, Herbert

Doodles, 1925‑1930
Correspondence via Lawrence Richey, Mar 18‑Oct 27, 1931

Hoover, Lou Henry – Correspondence, 1933‑1937
Lucas, Robert H.

Correspondence, Mar 18‑Nov 1, 1931

Roosevelt, Theodore

Correspondence, 1924, 1929

MacLafferty, Mrs. James H.

Family Correspondence, Nov 1922‑Sep 1924

2

Family Correspondence, Oct 1924‑July 1928

Observations

Republican National Convention of 1928
Campaign of 1928
Inauguration of Herbert Hoover, 1929
Congressional Campaign of 1930

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