29 Warren Harding

29 Warren Harding

29 Warren Harding

29 Warren Harding
29 Warren Harding

 
  • 29th President of the United States (1921-1923)
  • Vice President: Calvin Coolidge (1921 - 1923)
  • Born: November 2, 1865, Corsica (now Blooming Grove), Ohio
  • Nickname: None
  • Education: Ohio Central College (graduated 1882)
  • Religion: Baptist
  • Marriage: July 8, 1891, to Florence Kling DeWolfe (1860-1924)
  • Children: None
  • Career: Editor-Publisher
  • Political Party: Republican
  • Writings: Rededicating America (1920), with Frederick E.Shortemeier; Our Common Country (1921), ed. by Frederick E. Shortemeier
  • Died: August 2, 1923, San Francisco, California
  • Buried: Harding Memorial, Marion, Ohio

Warren Harding Trivia:
Graduated Ohio Central College (1882). On July 2, 1921 the president signed a joint congressional resolution of peace with Germany, Austria and Hungary. The treaties were singed in August. After Harding's death, several of his high officials were linked to the "Teapot Dome" and other scandals. He was the first newspaper publisher to be elected president. Both of Harding's parents were doctors. He was the first president to own a radio. While president, Harding played golf, poker twice a week, followed baseball and boxing, and sneaked off to burlesque shows.


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