National Affairs: Campaign Cash

Last week Republican Treasurer Nutt reported that between Sept. 1 and Oct. 26 the Hoover campaign had taken in $1,478,791, spent $1,356.548. Notable contributors:

Secretary of the Treasury Mills ($25,000), Ambassador Mellon ($25,000), Eldridge Reeves Johnson ($25,000), Edward F. Hutton ($20,000), Harvey Samuel Firestone ($12,500), Mrs. Andrew Carnegie ($10,000), Alfred Pritchard Sloan Jr. ($10,000), Harrison Williams ($10.000). John Pierpont Morgan ($5,000), Walter Clark Teagle ($2,500), Walter P. Chrysler ($1,000), William H. Vanderbilt ($100).

Edwin Cornell, 1928 "fat cat" whose $65,300 went to Bishop James Cannon Jr. to beat the Brown Derby in the...

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