Election of 1924.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2458
Overview Correspondence, legal, and financial, and miscellaneous papers of a businessman and politician from Roane County, West Virginia, who was elected to the state Senate in 1898 and to the U.S. Congress as a Republican for several terms: 1902-11, 1916-23, 1925-27. His early business activity was in wholesale groceries and the lumber industry. He later engaged in newspaper publishing and owned an estimated eighteen weekly papers. Woodyard's sons continued in their father's business after his death....
Dates: ca. 1913-1929
Collection Number: A&M.2080
Overview Correspondence of the 1924 Democratic presidential nominee; draft of a speech on legislative power; tickets to the Democratic National Convention in New York; and a poem concerning Davis' candidacy for president in 1924. Correspondence is between Davis and his nephew, John J.D. Preston, of Charleston. Subjects mentioned include politics, World War II, Davis' law practice, and family matters.
Dates: 1924-1943, 1953
Collection Number: A&M.1844
Overview Documents, 1791-1887, concerning lands and business in Harrison and Monongalia counties; history of the Ogden, Talkington, Hawker, and other families, 1911-1946; correspondence, 1904-1907, concerning Marshall W. Ogden's law practice and business; and a list of candidates endorsed by the Ku Klux Klan in West Virginia in 1924.