J. Hampton Moore and Warren Harding with wives photograph, 1920

While J. Hampton Moore presided over Philadelphia as Mayor, Senator Warren G. Harding was preparing to run for United States Presidency. During Harding's campaign, the left wing accused him of having African-American ancestry, but Harding would go on to become the only Republican to ha...

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Collection:J. Hampton Moore papers (#1541)
Date:1920-08-28
Dimensions:18 x 12 cm
Box Number:Box 358
Format: Electronic
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Online Access:https://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/objects/13037
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description While J. Hampton Moore presided over Philadelphia as Mayor, Senator Warren G. Harding was preparing to run for United States Presidency. During Harding's campaign, the left wing accused him of having African-American ancestry, but Harding would go on to become the only Republican to have defeated Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt in a Presidential election.&nbsp
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