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Cordell Hull papers, 1901-1932,

Author: Cordell HullJames B AswellWarren Worth BaileyGordon BrowningJoseph Wellington ByrnsAll authors
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Papers, primarily correspondence, of Cordell Hull. Incoming correspondence focuses on the 1928 presidential election contest between Alfred E. Smith and Herbert Hoover, including references to anti-Catholic and prohibitionist propaganda circulated by Smith's enemies. Much of this material concerns the Smith-Hoover contest in Tennessee, one of several Southern states which in 1928 went Republican for the first time  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Cordell Hull; Alfred Emanuel Smith; Herbert Hoover; Hill McAlister; Lewis Shepherd Pope; Hull family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Cordell Hull; James B Aswell; Warren Worth Bailey; Gordon Browning; Joseph Wellington Byrns; Ethel B Childress; James M Cox; Homer S Cummings; Josephus Daniels; Ewing Lamar Davis; John W Davis; Norman H Davis; James Aloysius Farley; Louis M Howe; Jesse H Jones; W G McAdoo; Daniel John McGillicuddy; Kenneth Douglas McKellar; Andrew Jackson Montague; John J Raskob; Daniel C Roper; Jouett Shouse; F W Taussig
OCLC Number: 27089447
Description: 750 items.

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Papers, primarily correspondence, of Cordell Hull. Incoming correspondence focuses on the 1928 presidential election contest between Alfred E. Smith and Herbert Hoover, including references to anti-Catholic and prohibitionist propaganda circulated by Smith's enemies. Much of this material concerns the Smith-Hoover contest in Tennessee, one of several Southern states which in 1928 went Republican for the first time since the Civil War. Letters also shed light on Hull's own campaign for reelection as U.S. Representative from Tennessee's Fourth District as well as inner workings of the Democratic Party in Tennessee. Some letters concern the 1932 election, especially the gubernatorial contest in Tennessee between Hill McAlister and Lewis S. Pope. Almost all outgoing correspondence concerns the 1928 elections, chiefly Hull's own reelection campaign. Some letters of Hull family members are also included. Other materials include biographical data, land records, clippings, speeches and writings of Cordell Hull, and Hull's voting record in Congress, 1919-1921. Prominent correspondents include James B. Aswell, Warren Worth Bailey, Gordon Browning, Joseph W. Byrns, Ethel B. Childress, James M. Cox, Homer S. Cummings, Josephus Daniels, Ewin L. Davis, John W. Davis, Norman H. Davis, James A. Farley, Louis M. Howe, Jesse H. Jones, William Gibbs McAdoo, Daniel J. McGillicuddy, Kenneth McKellar, Andrew J. Montague, John J. Raskob, Daniel C. Roper, Jouett Shouse, and F.W. Taussig.

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