7 edition of Campaign addresses of Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic candidate for President, 1928. found in the catalog.
Campaign addresses of Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic candidate for President, 1928.
Alfred Emanuel Smith
|LC Classifications||E796 .S64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 322 p.|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||29003434|
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11/6/ Description Alfred E. "Al" Smith was a four-term New York governor who became the first Catholic presidential candidate when he ran as a Democrat in against Herbert Hoover. He previously had an unsuccessful presidential run in , but made another attempt four years later. His campaign faced many obstacles. "FLORIDA PREACHERS AND THE ELECTION OF " by M. EDWARD HUGHES I N the presidential election of , a Roman Catholic, Gover- nor Alfred E. Smith of New York, was the first of his religion to represent a major political party as its candidate for president.
On J , Governor Alfred E. Smith, of New York, held an impromptu party for the press. It was the first night of the Democratic Convention, . Two nice original 7/8" pinback buttons for Democrat Presidential candidate Alfred E. Smith, then governor of New York. The brown pin is a litho produced by Green Duck Co. of Chicago, the other a celluloid produced by Bastian Bros. of Rochester, NY.
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Campaign Addresses of Governor Alfred E. Smith (Democratic Candidate for President ) Published by Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C () From: Ken's Book Haven (Coopersburg, PA, U.S.A.) About this Item: Democratic National Committee, Washington, D.
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Alfred Emanuel Al Smith (Decem to October 4, ) was an American statesman who was elected Governor of New York four times and was the Democratic U.S. presidential candidate in He was the foremost urban leader of the efficiency-oriented Progressive Movement and was noted for achieving a wide range of reforms as governor in.
Title Hon. Alfred E. Smith, governor of New York and Democratic candidate for president of the United States, Summary Half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left; using telephone. United States presidential election ofAmerican presidential election held on November 6,in which Republican Herbert Hoover defeated Democrat Alfred E.
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John H. Folger, of Mt. Airy, make an address here last night in support of the candidacy of Governor Alfred E. Smith. The rally was sponsored by the Young Men’s Democratic Club of Rutherford County; the President, C. D. Hughes, Z. [ ].Smith, Alfred E. Campaign Addresses Primary sources.
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