2 edition of Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner, governor of North Carolina, 1929-1933 found in the catalog.
Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner, governor of North Carolina, 1929-1933
Oliver Max Gardner
|Statement||compiled by Edwin Gill, private secretary to the governor, June 1, 1931 to January 7, 1933, edited by David Leroy Corbitt, chief library assistant, North Carolina Historical Commission.|
|Contributions||Gill, Edwin M. 1899-1978., Corbitt, David Leroy, 1895-, North Carolina. Governor (1929-1933 : Gardner), North Carolina. Council of State.|
|LC Classifications||F259 .G23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxiii, 788 p. incl. tables. front. (port.) pl.|
|Number of Pages||788|
|LC Control Number||37027817|
Gardner Family Book, Thomas Gardner By Ken Wilson Ap at Hopefully, within the next month or so, I will be offering most of my research concerning George Gardner & his brother, Rev. Thomas Gardner, Jr. of Halifax, Nash & Warren Counties of NC in a book titled "The Gardner Family Ancestors, Descendents, Inlaws & Outlaws".These two men were the . Webbley, more commonly known today as the O. Max Gardner House, was the home of one of North Carolina's most prominent 20th century public leaders. A key figure in the State's famous "Shelby Dynasty," O. Max Gardner () enjoyed a distinguished career that included service as a State Senator, as the State's youngest Lieutenant Governor.
Oliver, Maxwell "Max" Gardner was born on month day , at birth place, North Carolina, to Dr Oliver, Perry Gardner and Margaret Gardner. Oliver had 2 sisters: Ollie Anthony and one other sibling. O. Max Gardner served as governor of North Carolina from to , but more importantly, his political organization dominated state politics from the s to the s. As a result, Gardner and his allies controlled the Democratic Party when it dominated the state and the South. Although initially he endorsed publicly the New Deal, Gardner privately criticized some New Deal programs.
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: Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, (): Oliver Max Gardner, Edwin Gill, David Leroy Corbitt: Books. Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner: Governor of North Carolina, Item PreviewPages: Oliver Max Gardner was born in Shelby, North Carolina, Mathe twelfth child of Dr.
and Mrs. Oliver Perry Gardner. By the age of fifteen he had lost both parents and was left with little in the way of material inheritance.
Upon Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner from Shelby High School, however, he won a com petitive scholarship and entered the North Carolina Agricul.
Democrat Oliver Max Gardner was a legislator, lieutenant governor () and governor of North Carolina (); president of Cleveland Cloth Mills in Shelby, North Carolina; director of Sperry Corporation (); chair of the Advisory Board of the U.S.
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (); under-secretary of the United States Treasury (); alumnus of North Carolina. Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, by Edwin Gill, David LeRoy Corbitt.
Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, by Edwin Gill, David LeRoy Corbitt (p. North Carolina, Edwin M.
Gill, David Leroy Corbitt, and A. Maxwell. Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner, governor of North Carolina, Raleigh: Council of State, State of North Carolina.
North Carolina Bar Association. Proceedings of the forty-ninth annual meeting of the North Carolina Bar Association. S.l. The Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, – ().
Max Gardner, "One State Cleans House," Saturday Evening Post (1 Jan. Joseph L. Morrison, Governor O. Max Gardner (). Papers, and undated, maintained by O. Max Gardner in his capacity as a benefactor and trustee of Gardner-Webb College in Boiling Springs, N.C. (formerly Boiling Springs Junior College), and scattered papers, and undated, of O.
Max Gardner, Jr., and Fay Gardner. [Identification of item], in the Joseph L. Morrison Papers #, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Acquisitions Information Received from Joseph Morrison in and Sensitive Materials Statement.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: North Carolina. Governor ( Gardner). Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner. Raleigh, Council of State, State of North Carolina, Political papers describe the state State Democratic Executive Committee's organizing efforts,; state and national political campaigns, ss; and the offices of North Carolina lieutenant governor,and governor, Letters comment the New Deal; Democratic Party patronage; the Supreme Court packing.
Oliver Max Gardner Label from public data source Wikidata Sources found: His Public papers and letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner: Governor of North Carolina, By Edwin Gill; David Leroy Corbitt Council of State, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
Gardner - North Carolina. Change to Thread View My father John H. Gardner was from Rockey Mountain and Raleigh, north Carolina. His cousin I believe was Governor of N.C.
Our Cousin Charles W. Gardner has a web site. This might be slightly off so try a few variations if no luck at governor O. Max Gardner is in this family as am. – Oliver Max Gardner’s Live At Home Program An Analysis–UNC Asheville – The First Executive Director of NASA and Governor O.
Max Gardner – Past taking over at courthouse – Purchase Governor Gardner (Hardcover) – Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner: Governor of North Carolina, Gardner is the grandson of O. Max Gardner, a former North Carolina Lt. Governor, Governor and United States Ambassador to Great Britain.
Governor Gardner’s leadership through the years of the “Great Depression” has been the subject to two recent books and numerous current newspaper articles. Oliver Max Gardner with football team.
Oliver Max Gardner (center) pictured with football team. Black and white print (photograph); /8 x /4. Oliver Maxwell Gardner (22 March -- 6 February ) was the Democratic governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from to Prior to becoming Governor, Gardner was elected as a state senator from Cleveland County, North Carolina (serving one term as President Pro Tempore of the North Carolina Senate) and as Lieutenant Governor.
Among the titles recently added is the North Carolina Collection’s copy of the Public Papers and Letters of O. Max Gardner, from his term as Governor, The volume includes Gardner’s excellent speech at the dedication of the new library building at UNC in (pp.
), which featured this great quote. John L. Bell Jr., Hard Times: Beginnings of the Great Depression in North Carolina, () Edwin Gill, comp., and David Leroy Corbitt, ed., Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, () Joseph L.
Morrison, Governor O. Max Gardner: A Power in North Carolina and New Deal Washington ().Cherokeefarmer Book Farm.
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C $ Was: Previous Price C.Oliver Max Gardner (), lawyer of Shelby, N.C., and Washington, D.C.; state senator,lieutenant governor,and governor,of North Carolina.
He married Fay Webb (), who was active in the Democratic Party and in women's organizations. From the description of Oliver Max Gardner papers,