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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

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John Nance Garner House in Uvalde County, Texas.

File:Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Nance Garner in Uvalde, Texas - NARA - 196053.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

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

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

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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.

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