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Army Corps of Engineers for rehabilitation and structural replacement work on the Herbert Hoover Dike in Clewiston, Florida.
Herbert Hoover is the American president most famous for his efforts to cope with the Great Depression.
Army Corps of Engineers to perform the Herbert Hoover Dike Rehabilitation Project, Seepage Management Test Facility in Palm Beach County, Florida.
When Herbert Hoover won the presidency in 1928, America was at a level of prosperity it had never known before.
Alas, Barton's next political client, Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover, proved less amenable to RR.
Second-place, $1,500 winners are Nassira Nicola of James Monroe High School, and Hye Park of Herbert Hoover High School.
At the end of 1931, President Herbert Hoover asked for a temporary tax increase, jacking income tax rates back up to levels not seen since the previous depression of 1920-21 (when there was also an emergency tariff increase, as in 1930).
Freedom Betrayed is the culmination of an extraordinary literary project launched by Herbert Hoover during World War II: a memoir that evolved into a comprehensive critique of US foreign policy during this war and the ensuing early years of the Cold War.