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  • '''Joseph Taylor Robinson''' (1872-1937) was an Arkansas Democratic politician who held the offices of U.S. Represe ...only fifty-five days. Robinson retained his Senate post until his death in 1937. In 1928 he was Alfred E. Smith's vice-presidential running mate.
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  • ...3, 1913, to July 23, 1913, and again from January 10, 1933, to January 12, 1937. [[Category:1955 deaths]]
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  • ...y''' (1894-1948) was Democratic governor of the [[State of Arkansas]] from 1937 to 1941. ...6 Bailey campaigned for the governorship and served two terms beginning in 1937. During his administration the state founded the first agricultural experim
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  • ...settlement Administration. He married Henrietta Thompson in Little Rock in 1937. [[Category:2001 deaths]]
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  • ...ational Guard. He also served on the Little Rock City Council from 1927 to 1937, and as chairman of the Airport Committee of the city council. Adams was killed by a propeller assembly explosion on September 4, 1937. Adams Field at [[Little Rock National Airport]] was named for the pilot on
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  • ...d to Lonoke to serve as the superintendent of the public schools there. In 1937 he accepted a post as superintendent of the [[Arkansas School for the Blind [[Category:1944 deaths]]
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  • ...ed the Wharton School of Finance and Economics. Nolen died on February 18, 1937. [[Category:1937 deaths]]
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  • '''William Montgomery Brown''' (1855-1937) was a bishop of the [[Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas]]. He became bishop of [[Category:1937 deaths]]
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  • ...], Jones moved his family to Chicago, Illinois. He returned to the city in 1937. He died the next year on September 10th and is interred at [[Haven of Rest [[Category:1938 deaths]]
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