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1931 ♦ December 7, John Nance Garner, was an American Democratic politician and lawyer from Texas.

32nd Vice President John Nance Garner March 4, 1933 - January 20, 1941 under 32. President Franklin C. Roosevelt


John Nance Garner House in Uvalde County, Texas.

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TIME Magazine Cover: John Nance Garner - June 3, 1935 - John Nance Garner - Vice Presidents - Politics - Democrats


Learn more about John Nance Garner, the 32nd U.S. vice president, on See how he challenged Franklin D. Roosevelt for the presidential nomination.


The John Nance Garner House, also known as Briscoe-Garner Museum or the Ettie R. Garner Memorial Building, located in Uvalde, Texas, USA was the home of 32nd American Vice-President John Nance Garner and his wife Ettie from 1920 until Ettie's death in 1948. Garner, a native of Uvalde, lived there until 1952, when he moved to a small cottage on the property and donated the main house to the City of Uvalde as a memorial to Mrs. Garner.