3 edition of Wendell Willkie, 1892-1944. found in the catalog.
Wendell Willkie, 1892-1944.
Mary Earhart Dillon
Bibliography: p. 357-370.
|Series||Franklin D. Roosevelt and the era of the New Deal|
|LC Classifications||E748.W7 D5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||71039040|
Young Willkie, by Alden Hatch. Format Book Published New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company  Description Subject headings Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), Holdings Library Blmgtn - Lilly Library (by appointment only) Call Number EW H36 Location Lilly Library - . Willkie, Philip Herman () — also known as Philip H. Willkie — of Rushville, Rush County, Ind.; Manhattan, New York County, N.Y. Born December 7, Son of Edith (Wilk) Willkie () and Wendell Lewis Willkie. Republican.
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Willkie campaigned against the New Deal and the government's lack of military preparedness. During the election, Roosevelt preempted the military issue by expanding.
The man they chose was Indiana-born Wendell Willkie (), a wealthy businessman with no political experience but considerable charm and who only recently had changed party affiliation. “He’ll go down as the darkest horse in the Author: David Levering Lewis.
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His exuberance is matched by that of David Levering Lewis, the biographer of W.E.B. Du Bois, in his deeply researched and highly absorbing book The Improbable Wendell able indeed as Lewis persuasively argues, Willkie’s decisive legacy to postwar politics was the gradual, grudging.
NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RGAM: Wendell Lewis Willkie, Letter: Businessman; Lawyer; Republican Candidate for President Size: 1 item DESCRIPTION The collection consists of one item, a letter dated April 8,written by Wendell Willkie to Marie Weesner of Lincoln, Nebraska, in which he expresses his pleasure at attending a.
This is Wendell Willkie: a collection of speeches and writings on present-day issues / by Wendell Willkie, with a biographical introduction by Stanley Walker Willkie, Wendell L.
(Wendell Lewis), [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. A native of Indiana, the subject graduated from Indiana University Law School () and practiced law in Indiana and Ohio. In he joined the New York firm of Weadock and Weadock which handled legal matters for the Commonwealth and Southern Corp., a large utility holding company.
Stone's book made me an admirer of Wendell Willkie, and I have remained fascinated by Willkie for much of my life. Willkie ( -- ) had a brief, meteoric political career.
Inhe was the Republican candidate against FDR who won an unprecedented third term with United States participation in WW II /5. Wendell Lewis Willkie, an exhibit. Request This. Author Title Wendell Lewis Willkie, an exhibit.
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We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop : Mary Earhart Dillon. : Willkie, Wendell "This Is Wendell Willkie" Book Signed Autograph Photo: Photographs: Photographs. Wendell Lewis Willkie, –, American industrialist and political leader, b. Elwood, Ind. He practiced law in Ohio (–23) and in New York (–33) before he became president () of the Commonwealth and Southern Corp., a giant utility holding company.
An American program Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. An American program by Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), Publication date Topics Campaign literature, Publisher New York, Simon and Schuster Collection Internet Archive : Wendell Willkie Remembered Many years ago, I became fascinated with Wendell Willkie ( -- ) by reading "They Also Ran", Irving Stone's famous book about defeated presidential candidates.
Willkie's story inspired me greatly, and I read a substantial amount about him when I was too young to understand.4/5. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio Wendell Willkie, Wendell Willkie, By Mary Earhart Dillon. pp, Lippincott, Purchase.
A substantial biography of the great amateur of the campaign. Ellsworth l Willkie: Fighter for rn Michigan University Press. pp. Joseph F. e: The Events He Was Part of, The Ideals He Fought For. Wendell Wilkie () Wendell Wilkie was born in Elwood, Indiana, on Febru The Republican party tapped Wilkie, a lawyer and utilities executive, to run against FDR ineven though Wilkie was a former Democrat.
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Wendell Willkie, An American. : One World: Second printing. Signed and inscribed by the author, former Republican Party Presidential nominee, Wendell L.
Willkie, to the editor of the book. Inscribed: ÒTo Peter Schwed with affectionate regards, Wendell Willkie.Ó Lightly used copy with some tearing and a touch of fraying to the cloth at the edges and spine folds without dust jacket.
The man they chose was Indiana-born Wendell Willkie (), a wealthy businessman with no political experience but considerable charm and who only recently had changed party affiliation. "He'll go down as the darkest horse in the Brand: Liveright Publishing Corporation.
Black cloth, very good, end paper maps p., b.w. photos, 14 x 21 cm. FIRST EDITION THE AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY WENDELL WILLKIE: Was the Republican candidate who tired to to be President of the United States in Inafter losing the presidential election to Franklin Delano Roosevelt inWillkie traveled around.
Although Wendell Lewis Willkie would lose to FDR, acclaimed biographer David Levering Lewis demonstrates that the corporate chairman-turned-presidential candidate must be regarded as one of the most exciting, intellectually able, and authentically transformational figures to stride the twentieth-century American political landscape/5(68).
NUMBER: AUTHOR: Wendell Lewis Willkie (–) QUOTATION: It was a bit of campaign oratory. ATTRIBUTION: WENDELL WILLKIE, testimony, Febru —To Promote the Defense of the United States, hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, 77th Congress, 1st session, part 3, p.
In Willkie had been the Republican party candidate. Wendell Wilkie, / by Mary Earhart Dillon: [bibliog.] Lippincott Philadelphia Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. 1 drawing. | Cartoon shows Wendell Willkie examining a sign reading "No Isolationist Chairman" on the trunk of the GOP elephant who is heading for the GOP National Committee Meeting in St.
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Willkie, Wendell (–) businessman, presidential candidate; born in Elwood, Ind. Trained as a lawyer, he practiced briefly before entering the Army in World War I. An active Democrat, he was delegate to the national convention.
WENDELL L. WILLKIE (). American lawyer, business executive and politician. Although he had much appeal to the "common man" and ran a strong campaign against FDR, he could not overcome Roosevelt's bid for a third term, and later became a member of his administration.
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