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  1. His father, Jesse Hoover, was a blacksmith and farm implement store owner of German, Swiss, and English ancestry. Hoover's mother, Hulda Randall Minthorn, was raised in Norwich, Ontario, Canada, before moving to Iowa in 1859. Like most other citizens of West Branch, Jesse and Hulda were Quakers.

  2. 16/10/2022 · Herbert Hoover, in full Herbert Clark Hoover, (born August 10, 1874, West Branch, Iowa, U.S.—died October 20, 1964, New York, New York), 31st president of the United States (1929–33). Hoover’s reputation as a humanitarian—earned during and after World War I as he rescued millions of Europeans from starvation—faded from public consciousness when his administration proved unable to ...

  3. 29/10/2009 · Herbert Hoover (1874-1964), ... who valued honesty, industriousness and simplicity. His father, Jesse Clark Hoover (1846 ... Hoover’s success earned him an appointment as secretary of commerce ...

  4. Roosevelt's plan for Hoover to run for the nomination fell through after Hoover publicly declared himself to be a Republican, but Roosevelt decided to seek the 1920 vice presidential nomination. After Governor James M. Cox of Ohio won the party's presidential nomination at the 1920 Democratic National Convention , he chose Roosevelt as his running mate, and the convention nominated him by ...

  5. Eugene Fama (Ph.D. 1964) – "father of modern finance"; 2013 Nobel Laureate in Economics Jacob A. Frenkel (M.A., Ph.D.) – Chairman of JPMorgan Chase International ; Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Group of Thirty (G-30); former David Rockefeller Professor of International Economics at the University of Chicago ; former Governor of the Bank of Israel

  6. During the 1928 presidential election he believed that both Herbert Hoover and Al Smith insulted black voters, and instead Du Bois supported Norman Thomas, the Socialist nominee. From 1932 to 1944, Du Bois supported Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Democratic nominee, as Roosevelt's attitude towards workers was more realistic.

  7. Encouraged by his mother, Hatfield's first experience with politics came at the age of 10, when he campaigned in his neighborhood for President Herbert Hoover's 1932 re-election campaign. In the late 1930s Hatfield worked as a tour guide at the new Oregon State Capitol Building in Salem, using his key to enter the governor's office, where he sat in the governor's chair.