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    • Lisa Vallejo

      Portrait of American President Herbert Hoover (1874 – 1964) as he poses with his pet dog King Tut, 1930s. Credit: PhotoQuest

    • Sarah Hartman

      "Now only four weeks till the election. To tide you over until voting day, here is one of our former presidents, Herbert Hoover, in his campaign photo with soon-to-be first dog King Tut. Herbert Hoover and his dog ‘King Tut’, 1928 / Theodore Horydczak, photographer. Benson Bond Moore papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution."

    • JB

      King Tut Police Dog President Herbert Hoover (1929-33) poses with his dog, King Tut - West Branch, Iowa

    • Cherry Tree

      Only 4 weeks until #election2012! Here's #president Herbert Hoover, in his campaign photo with soon-to-be first dog King Tut, in 1928. Theodore Horydczak, photographer.

    • Judy Farley

      Herbert Hoover with his Belgian Shepherd, "King Tut," 1928 | A History Of White House Pets In Photographs

    • Shelley Glover

      King Tut Police Dog President Herbert Hoover (1929-33) poses with his dog, King Tut. ...reminds me of the old theme song from "All in the Family"..."Didn't need no welfare state, everybody pulled his weight...mister we could use a man like herbert Hoover again!"

    • lemai13

      A History of White House Pets || Herbert Hoover with his Belgian Shepherd, "King Tut," 1928

    • American Presidents History

      History‬ today August 10, 1874, 31st U.S. President Herbert Clark Hoover was born. Pictured here with his dog "King Tut." The son of a Quaker blacksmith, Herbert Clark Hoover brought to the Presidency an unparalleled reputation for public service as an engineer, administrator, and humanitarian. Born in an Iowa village in 1874, he grew up in Oregon. He enrolled at Stanford University when it opened in 1891, graduating as a mining engineer. He married his Stanford sweetheart, Lou Henry.

    • Nancy

      Herbert Hoover with his dog King Tut: | The 31 Best Photos Of Presidents With Their Pets

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