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

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A. & T. College of North Carolina, appointments on board of, 729
Abernethy, L. F., appointment of, 721, 722
Adams, James Truslow, quoted, 216
Adams, Junius G., appointment of, 763, extends invitation, 323
Adams, William H, telegram to, 614
Aderholt, O. F., arrests made for murder of, 494
Adjutant General, appointment of, 747
Assistant Adjutant General, appointment of, 747
Adult Illiteracy Commission, appointment of, 755
Advisory Budget Commission, appointment of, 716; recommends no additional bonds, 27
Agricultural perplexities and cotton legislation, 534
Agricultural relief in North Carolina, 273
Alabama, compensation benefits in, 101; governor invited to conference, 500
Alderman, Edwin Anderson, conducts institute, 342
Alderman, J. T., appointment of, 731
Alexander, S. B., appointment of, 520, 742, 751; member of commission, 686; on executive committee, 693
Allen, A. T., extends invitation, 151; letter from, 643, letter to, 643
Allen, Dan, appointment of, 727, 750
Allen, Matt H., appointment of, 719
American people, a new deal for, 467
Ames, Leslie, approves road bill, 256
Amos, Charles L., coöperates in labor adjustments, 627; letter from, 630; letter to, 627
Anderson, Mrs. J. H., appointment of, 761
Anderson, O. G., appointment of, 759
Anderson, Selby, appointment of, 751
Andrews, A. B., appointment of, 724
Andrews, Wm. J., appointment of, 740
Andrews, T. Wingate, appointment of, 755
Angle, C. W., appointment of, 715
Anthony, J. A., forms partnership, xii
Appalachian State Normal School, appointments on board of, 736
Ashcraft, H. G., appointment of, 762
Asheville, economic conference to be held at, 500
Asheville, Southern Economic Conference, held at, 168
Asheville, regional council discussing cotton, held at, 591
Association of county superintendents, address before, 151
Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company, appointment of officers and directors, 751
Attmore, T. B., appointment of, 714
Australian Ballot Law, 503; discussed, 105
Averitt, H. S., appointment of, 711
Avery, Isaac Erwin, dies, 351
Aycock, C. P., appointment of, 728
Aycock, Charles Brantley, his statue unveiled, 436; canonized, 437; dedicates life, 351; elected governor, 651
Aycock, Clarence, appointment of, 715
Aycock Statue Committee, appointment of, 714
Babington, R. B., appointment of, 725
Bagby, J. L., appointment of, 755
Baggett, J. R., appointment of, 731
Bagley, E. G., appointment of, 755


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