Memorandum of endorsements for Alva Dean Alderman
This partial memorandum lists endorsements for the appointment of Alva Dean "A. D." Alderman as Collector of Internal Revenue in the Eleventh District of Ohio. Alderman would be replacing the late John Clay Entrekin. Over 50 Ohio politicians, business leaders, and organizations signed in support of Alderman's appointment, including Senator Charles Dick, President Roosevelt's son-in-law Congressman Nicholas Longworth, and Governor Myron T. Herrick.
Memorandum of endorsements for Alva Dean Alderman.
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