1920 Democratic National Convention
held at Civic Auditorium
June 28 to July 2, 1920
resulting in the nomination of:
of Ohio, for President
of New York, for Vice-President
Other candidates for the presidential nomination, before or during
J. Bryan, of Florida; Homer
S. Cummings, of Connecticut; John
W. Davis, of New York; Edward
I. Edwards, of New Jersey; James
W. Gerard, of New York; Carter
Glass, of Virginia; Francis
B. Harrison, of New York; Gilbert
M. Hitchcock, of Nebraska; Thomas
R. Marshall, of Indiana; William
G. McAdoo, of California; Edwin
T. Meredith, of Iowa; Robert
L. Owen, of Oklahoma; A.
Mitchell Palmer, of District of Columbia; Furnifold
M. Simmons, of North Carolina; Alfred
E. Smith, of New York
Other candidates for the vice-presidential nomination, before or
during this convention:
L. Doheny, of California; James
H. Hawley, of Idaho; J.
Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois; Sam
V. Stewart, of Montana; Lawrence
D. Tyson, of Tennessee; W. T.
Vaughn, of Oregon
State Delegations (may be incomplete!)
Other Delegations (incomplete!)
"Enjoy the hospitable entertainment of a
Henry L. Clinton, Apollo Hall, New York City, February 3, 1872
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