7 edition of The Henry A. Wallace papers, 1941-1945, at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library found in the catalog.
The Henry A. Wallace papers, 1941-1945, at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Henry Agard Wallace
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, resolutions, petitions, and newspaper clippings concerning Wallace"s service as U.S. vice president and chairman of the Board of Economic Warfare. Includes information on agriculture, appropriation bills, commercial relations with Canada and Sweden, Democratic Party activities, education, labor, political patronage, postwar problems, the Standard Oil Company controversy, world politics, and Axis activities in Latin America during World War II.
|Other titles||Wallace papers.|
|Contributions||Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.|
|LC Classifications||E748.W23, Microfilm 16,603|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 microfilm reels|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||98202120|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. The Henry A. Wallace papers, , at the Franklin D. Roosevelt L Henry Agard Wallace Not In Library. Henry A. Wallace (), Franklin D. Roosevelt ( Title: Louis H. Bean Papers, Primary Creator: Bean, Louis H. () Extent: Cubic Feet Arrangement: Alphabetically by subject. 1. Subject File, 2. Office of the Secretary of Agriculture,
Henry Agard Wallace was born on October 7, in Orient, Iowa, son of Henry Cantwell and May (Brodhead) Wallace. His father and grandfather ("Uncle Henry") owned and edited Wallace's Farmer, a prestigious Iowa farming father was also on the staff of Iowa State College for a few years as well as serving as secretary of agriculture under Warren G. Harding. Location: Henry A. Wallace Center Time: p.m. The FDR Presidential Library will screen Sunrise at Campobello () at p.m. on February Dore Schary’s Sunrise at Campobello is the story of Franklin Roosevelt’s bout with polio and how his family and close friends coped with his illness. This Academy Award-nominated biography of.
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Correspondence, memoranda, subject files, scrapbooks, clippings, and photographs documenting Wallace's service as U.S. secretary of agriculture and as U.S.
vice president. Includes material on public reaction to his trip to South America in and his speech seconding the renomination of Franklin D. Roosevelt for the presidency in At the end of the project, a printed index to the Microform Edition was published by the Libraries: The Wallace Papers: an index to the microfilm editions of the Henry A.
Wallace papers in the University of Iowa Libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Iowa City: University of Iowa Libraries, ). Copies of. Henry Agard Wallace (October 7, – Novem ) was an American politician, journalist, and farmer who served as the 11th U.S.
Secretary of Agriculture, the 33rd vice president of the United States, and the 10th U.S. Secretary of Commerce, was also the presidential nominee of the left-wing Progressive Party in the : Henry Agard Wallace, October 7. Henry A. Wallace papers are also at the Library of Congress,and the Franklin D.
Roosevelt Library, The University of Iowa Libraries have prepared a joint index to the microfilm editions of Wallace papers at The University of Iowa, the Library of Congress, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, to be published in File Size: 73KB.
Vice Presidential Spotlight: Henry A. Wallace As editor of Wallaces' Farmer, a leading farm journal of the time, Henry A. Wallace was an influential voice for farm relief and tariff reform. InFDR chose Wallace as his Secretary of Agriculture.
Get this from a library. The Wallace papers: an index to the microfilm editions of the Henry At the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library book. Wallace papers in the University of Iowa Libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Franklin D.
Roosevelt Library. [Henry A Wallace; Earl M Rogers; Leslie W Dunlap; University of Iowa. Libraries.; Library of Congress.; Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.;]. The Library of Congress houses an archival manuscript collection of the "Papers of Henry A.
Wallace, (bulk )" (mm ). The complete three-volume work, The Reminiscences of Henry Agard Wallace, is in the Library's book and microfilm collection. Sources Used: United States, Agricultural History Branch. The Henry A. Wallace papers in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library consist of approximat pages of material from his vice- p r esidential office files for the period ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.
Papers as President, Executive Orders and Proclamations (reprints) ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Papers as President, Press Releases: 6: ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Papers as President,copies of documents from the President's Secretary's File in the Harry S. Truman Library: ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D., JR.
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Our work is carried out by four major areas: Archives, Museum, Education and Public Programs. The Henry A. Wallace papers,at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library by Henry Agard Wallace 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
It was held by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center in Hyde Park, New York.
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Correspondence, memoranda, subject files, scrapbooks, clippings, and photographs documenting Henry A. Wallace’s service as U.S. secretary of agriculture and as U.S. vice president. Includes material on public reaction to his trip to South America in and his speech seconding the renomination of Franklin D.
Roosevelt for the presidency in. Correspondence, diaries, sermons, addresses, lectures, writings, articles, book reviews, clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, and other papers concerning Oxnam's life and career in religious and public service.
Documents his work with the Church of All Nations, the controversy over diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the Vatican, the issues of church and state and Protestantism as it. Henry Wallace and Franklin Roosevelt at Val-Kill Cottage in Hyde Park, NY.
August 8, As editor of Wallaces’ Farmer, a leading farm journal of the time, Henry A. Wallace was an influential voice for farm relief and tariff reform. Henry A. Wallace papers at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, general information on Wallace materials (for access, click on "Research Center" in left frame for Index).
Henry Agard Wallace was an agricultural innovator who served as the 33rd Vice President of the United States (–), the Secretary of Agriculture (–), and the Secretary of Commerce (–). He ran for President in as the nominee of the Progressive Party. InPresident Franklin D.
Roosevelt appointed Wallace United States Secretary of Agriculture in his Cabinet, a post Wallace's father, Henry Cantwell Wallace, had occupied from to Henry A. Wallace was a registered Republican and would remain so until but he belonged to the progressive wing of the party and had.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library: hearing before the Committee on the Library, House of Representatives, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session, on H.J. Res.a joint resolution to provide for the establishment and maintenance of the Franklin D.
Roosevelt Library, and for other purposes by United States (Book). On ApVice President Truman succeeded to the Presidency when President Franklin D. Roosevelt died. Henry A.
Wallace had missed being the. Admission: The FDR Presidential Library and Museum and the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site offer a $20 joint admission ticket. Information: Visit or .Sources Wallace's personal papers are in Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City.
His official papers are in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Hyde Park, New York.