Did Warren Harding have a daughter?
Elizabeth Ann BlaesingWarren G. Harding / DaughterElizabeth Ann Britton Harding Blaesing was the daughter of Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States, and his mistress, Nan Britton. Harding and Britton, who both lived in Marion, Ohio, began their affair when he was a U.S. senator and it continued until his sudden death during his presidency. Wikipedia
Who is our 29th President?
Warren G. Harding, an Ohio Republican, was the 29th President of the United States (1921-1923).
Who did Warren G. Harding marry?
Florence HardingWarren G. Harding / Spouse (m. 1891–1923)
Who was Woodrow Wilson’s children?
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo
Margaret Woodrow WilsonJessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre
Where was Warren G. Harding born?
Blooming Grove, OHWarren G. Harding / Place of birthBlooming Grove is an unincorporated community in northeastern North Bloomfield Township, Morrow County, Ohio, United States. The community is located at the junction of State Route 97 and Morrow County Road 20. The nearest city is Galion, Ohio, located to the northwest. Wikipedia
Who did Warren Harding run against?
1920 United States presidential election
|Nominee||Warren G. Harding||James M. Cox|
|Running mate||Calvin Coolidge||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
What did Harding do as President?
Upon taking office, Harding instituted conservative policies designed to minimize the government’s role in the economy. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon won passage of the Revenue Act of 1921, a major tax cut that primarily reduced taxes on the wealthy.
Who was Harding’s vice president?
Calvin CoolidgeWarren G. Harding / Vice president (1921–1923)
What was Harding’s Cabinet?
|The Harding Cabinet|
|Vice President||Calvin Coolidge||1921–1923|
|Secretary of State||Charles Evans Hughes||1921–1923|
|Secretary of the Treasury||Andrew Mellon||1921–1923|
Who took office in 1923?
Calvin Coolidge Became President. President Harding died unexpectedly while in office, so the vice president, Calvin Coolidge, stepped up. Coolidge succeeded to the presidency on August 3, 1923. He went on to win the next election and therefore served as president of the U.S. for six years.