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  1. Herbert Charles Hoover (August 4, 1903 – July 9, 1969), better known as Herbert Hoover Jr., was an engineer, businessman, and politician who served as United States Under Secretary of State from 1954 to 1957. [1] He was the elder son of President Herbert Hoover .

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  2. Herbert Hoover Jr. became one of the internationally best-known men in the oil industry. President Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed Herbert Jr. as Under Secretary of State in 1954. He remained involved with developing the memorial park around President Hoover’s birthplace in West Branch, Iowa, known today as Herbert Hoover National Historic Site.

  3. 12 de jul. de 2022 · Grandson of Hoover Company’s founder, Herbert Hoover Jr. joined the family firm at a young age, working on the assembly line in summers between school. As he gradually moved up through the company, succeeding his father as president in 1954, Hoover learned the ins and outs of the vacuum business.

  4. 23 de may. de 1997 · Herbert W. Hoover Jr., a former chairman of the Hoover Company, the vacuum cleaner maker that his grandfather founded at the turn of the century, died on Monday in Mount Sinai Hospital in...

  5. Herbert Clark Hoover ( West Branch, Iowa; 10 de agosto de 1874 – Nueva York; 20 de octubre de 1964) fue un ingeniero, empresario y político estadounidense, trigésimo primer presidente de los Estados Unidos desde 1929 a 1933, y cuyo mandato estuvo marcado por la grave crisis del 29 .

  6. 25 de jul. de 2018 · Herbert Hoover Jr., Allan Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover. 1907. Herbert Charles Hoover was born in London on August 4, 1903. He was named for his father, Herbert Clark Hoover, and his maternal grandfather, Charles Delano Henry, but throughout his life was known as Herbert Hoover Jr.

  7. 29 de oct. de 2009 · Herbert Hoover (1874-1964), America’s 31st president, took office in 1929, the year the U.S. stock market crashed, plunging the country into the Great Depression.