Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner: Governor of North Carolina, 1929-1933

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CONTENTS
OLIVIER MAX GARDNERFrontispiece
Page
PREFACEv
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, OLIVER MAX GARDNERvii
MESSAGES TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
1929
Inaugural Address3
Budget Report20
1931
Biennial Message to the General Assembly23
Budget Report48
Collection of Back Taxes53
Recommending the Brookings Report55
Eight Months' School Bill57
Reconcile Legislative Views on Revenue71
1933
Constitutional Amendment Changing the Term of Office
of the President
77
PROCLAMATIONS:
1929
Live-At-Home Week83
1930
Thanksgiving Day85
1931
Health Promotion Week and Child Health Day87
Thanksgiving Day88
1932
Washington Bicentennial90
Installation of Local Officials in Institute of Govern-
ment
92
PUBLIC ADDRESSES:
1929
Work of the 1929 General Assembly95
North Carolina's Part in Founding America110

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