Herbert Hoover

Herbert Clark Hoover

  • American

United States President - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Herbert Hoover National Historic Site West Branch
Significant name Skyline Drive Historic District - Skyland, Lewis Mountain and Big Meadows Shenandoah National Park
Dr Henry J Minthorn House (Herbert Hoover House) Newberg
Lou Henry Hoover House Stanford, CA
1891/00/00 Leland Stanford Junior University enrolls its first students. Education Stanford University Main Quad Stanford, CA
1927/00/00 Herbert Hoover visits Couchwood Visitor Couchwood Estate Malvern
1929/00/00 Marines build President Herbert and Lou Henry Hoover's Rapidan Camp 1929 to 1932 Vacation home Camp Hoover Shenandoah National Park
1929/03/04 31st President of the United States: 4 March 1929 - 4 March 1933 The White House Washington, DC
1929/10/21 The Edison Institute is dedicated by Herbert Hoover. The attendees include Marie Curie, George Eastman, John D Rockefeller, Will Rogers, and Orville Wright. The dedication was broadcast on radio. Dignitary Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum Dearborn
1930/01/00 President Herbert Hoover occupies the Secretary of the Navy's office for a few months following a fire in the Oval Office on Christmas Eve 1929. Work Eisenhower Executive Office Building Washington, DC
1931/03/19 President Hoover begins a 12 day Caribbean cruise aboard the USS Arizona. Hoover addressed the Puerto Rican legislature in San Juan and met with the governor of the Virgin Islands before sailing on to Hampton Roads. Visitor USS ARIZONA Wreck World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii President Hoover Takes a Caribbean Vacation
1932/00/00 The Hoovers donate Rapidan Camp to the Commonwealth of Virginia for use as a summer retreat for subsequent presidents. In December 1935, Camp Hoover became part of Shenandoah National Park. Benefactor Camp Hoover Shenandoah National Park
1932/11/07 Hoover stopped in Cheyenne the night before his defeat in the 1932 election. In the election the next day, Hoover gained 43.9 percent of the vote in Wyoming, losing the state to Franklin Roosevelt by the biggest margin ever recorded to that time. US President Cheyenne Wyoming
1938/00/00 President Herbert Hoover stays at the Occidental Hotel in the summer of 1932. He was back in Wyoming running for re-election (a race that he lost to Franklin Delano Roosevelt in November.) Guest The Occidental Hotel Buffalo
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