Definition of Herbert clark hoover
1. Noun. 31st President of the United States; in 1929 the stock market crashed and the economy collapsed and Hoover was defeated for reelection by Franklin Roosevelt (1874-1964).
Generic synonyms: Chief Executive, President, President Of The United States, United States President
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1. Belgium: A Personal Narrative by Brand Whitlock (1919)
"... LIX herbert clark hoover ONE evening in November, as we were standing after dinner before the fire that blazed in the great chimney in the drawing-room ..."
2. The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane (1920)
"Four years later, in a small brown cottage near Jesse Hoover's blacksmith shop, herbert clark hoover was born.1 His life began at the end of one pioneer age ..."
3. The Adventures of the Fourteen Points: Vivid and Dramatic Episodes of the by Harry Hansen (1919)
"Before the war the name of herbert clark hoover was known only in the field of his profession, and during the war he minded strictly his task — that and ..."
4. The Adventures of the Fourteen Points: Vivid and Dramatic Episodes of the by Harry Hansen (1919)
"... that herbert clark hoover is considered a possibility. Before the war the name of herbert clark hoover was known only in the field of ..."
5. The Classical World by Classical Association of the Atlantic States (1916)
"By herbert clark hoover and Lou Henry Hoover. ... in feeding and clothing millions of destitute people, herbert clark hoover, is an eminent mining engineer, ..."
6. Presidents of the United States of America by Frank Freidel (1994)
"THIRTY-FIRST PRESIDENT 1929-1933 SON of a Quaker blacksmith, herbert clark hoover brought to the Presidency an unparalleled reputation for public service as ..."