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Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum

Great American Rail-Trail

Commerce, Economy & Work Politics, Policy & Justice

This portrait of Herbert Hoover was taken in the early 1920s, before he was elected president—possibly during his time serving as Secretary of Commerce in the administration of President Warren G. Harding.

Herbert Hoover was born in West Branch, Iowa, in 1867. The museum at his presidential library traces his rise to the presidency, digs into the major events of his administration and also looks at his work after leaving the White House.

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