32nd Vice President John Nance Garner March 4, 1933 - January 20, 1941 under 32. President Franklin C. Roosevelt

32nd Vice President John Nance Garner March 4, 1933 - January 20, 1941 under 32. President Franklin C. Roosevelt

John Nance Garner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Museum in Uvalde, TX

John Nance Garner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Museum in Uvalde, TX

1931 ♦ December 7, John Nance Garner, was an American Democratic politician and lawyer from Texas.

1931 ♦ December 7, John Nance Garner, was an American Democratic politician and lawyer from Texas.

John Nance Garner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Speaker of the House photo

John Nance Garner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Speaker of the House photo

The Center for American History is a special collections library, archive, and museum that facilitates research and sponsors programs on the historical development of the United States. Exhibits are on view at the Collections and Research division in Sid Richardson Hall on UT campus as well as at Winedale, near Round Top, at the Sam Rayburn Library and Museum in Bonham. and the John Nance Garner Museum in Uvalde, Texas.

The Center for American History is a special collections library, archive, and museum that facilitates research and sponsors programs on the historical development of the United States. Exhibits are on view at the Collections and Research division in Sid Richardson Hall on UT campus as well as at Winedale, near Round Top, at the Sam Rayburn Library and Museum in Bonham. and the John Nance Garner Museum in Uvalde, Texas.

Wife of 32nd Vice President John Nance Garner from 1933 to 1941 in the Roosevelt Administration.

Wife of 32nd Vice President John Nance Garner from 1933 to 1941 in the Roosevelt Administration.

Learn more about John Nance Garner, the 32nd U.S. vice president, on Biography.com. See how he challenged Franklin D. Roosevelt for the presidential nomination.

Learn more about John Nance Garner, the 32nd U.S. vice president, on Biography.com. See how he challenged Franklin D. Roosevelt for the presidential nomination.

File:Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Nance Garner in Uvalde, Texas - NARA - 196053.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

File:Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Nance Garner in Uvalde, Texas - NARA - 196053.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

TIME Magazine Cover: John Nance Garner - June 3, 1935 - John Nance Garner - Vice Presidents - Politics - Democrats

TIME Magazine Cover: John Nance Garner - June 3, 1935 - John Nance Garner - Vice Presidents - Politics - Democrats

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