DLO with President Hoover, 16 June 1931

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DLO with President Hoover, 16 June 1931 - THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS That spare room Is...
THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS That spare room Is valuable. Classified Ad. CaQ TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 16. 1931. WOMAN WHO SHOOK HAND OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AMONG NUMBER IN INDIANAPOLIS GROUPS TO GRASP THAT OF PRESIDENT HOOVER : : J : - - r - 71 ft: V. V 1 If 1 et defendants, to to of all ; . t - . ' ; i J. - A - J' - v . - - . 1" ' ' - - w . .1 1 1 1 ! Several of the groups of persons who were fortunate enough to meet President Herbert Hoover personally Tuesday shortly before his departure for Ohio are shown . in the foregoing pictures. Ages of those meeting the President ranged from four years, in the case bf an Indianapolis lad. to ninety - nine years, the age of one civil war veteran. 1. Mrs. Mary Margaret Howard, age eighty - six. 2715 North Meridian street, who shook the hand - of President Abraham Lincoln In 1864, and Wal - V k' - - ' - I ' ": ' 0T . 7 - , :, S J" 1 rifrhri ii.iii.iki ;ii,t7ww.rrr - r.jt lace O. Lee, Jr.. four years old. were two of the few privileged to meet President Hoover and Mrs. Hoover at the Governor's mansion Tuesday. Mrs; Howard is the mother of Charles P. Howard, president of the International Typographical Union, and young Lee is the son of Wallace O. Lee, who assisted assisted in handling details in connection with the President's visit here. ' 2. A group of heroes of the war of the rebellion met President Herbert C Hoover and Governor Harry G. Leslie shortly after the departure of the President for Ohio. In the plc - v r - 1 ? . ' V 1 ,.J ture, left to right, are: David L. Osborne, Osborne, Indianapolis; James H. Clark, Indianapolis; E. J. Saverage, Indianapolis; Indianapolis; Joseph B. Hennlnger. Indianapolis, Indianapolis, asclstant adjutant - general of the Grand Army of the Republic; President Hoover; Colonel James S. Wright. Rock port, only surviving regimental regimental commander in Indiana; Capt. Tbomaa K. Halls, a civil war veteran and former head of the United States secret service in Indiana; Governor Leslie, and Francis M. McNatr, Martinsville, Martinsville, department commander of the G. A. Ft. of Indiana. Ql Pour of the civil war veterans, all of whom' are members of the O. A. R - . were present at the surrender of General Robert E. Lee to U. S. Grant at Appomatox. 3. Seven cf the founder members of the old Columbia Club, founded In 1E88 as a marching organization to further the presidential candidacy of Benjamin Harrison, were introduced introduced Monday to President Herbert C. Hoover at the Governor's mansion. They are shown, left to right, as follows: Dr. Sollla Runnels, Newton Todd. Albert Baker, Oeorge C. Hitt. Charles. Martlndale, Dr. W. N. Wish - V1 v : - i V.N . .f V Fbotoa bx Tha Kewi Pbotofraphers. ard and Thomas C. Day. Mr. Martin - dale headed the delegation, which met the President in the large living room at the Governor's mansion. 4. The President is shown chatting with James H. Clark, patriotic instructor instructor for the department of Indiana, Indiana, Grand Army of the Republic, as others stand by. . " 5. Au rerolr! As the presidential special pulled out of the Union Station Station early Tuesday, the chief executive executive stepped to the observation platform platform and waved to the crowd assembled assembled there. By . the aide of the President stands a secret service man. V " - v ;

Clipped from The Indianapolis News16 Jun 1931, TuePage 17

The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana)16 Jun 1931, TuePage 17
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