Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General--United States, Hebert H. Lehman, Governor, New York State, Democratic Party
Mentioned for nomination Lehman Rejects Among the prominent Democrats mentioned as possible nominees for Governor of New York is Robert H. Jackson, Assistant U.S. Attorney General. Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, the incumbent, stunned Democratic circles when he announced that he would not be a candidate for the office. His great vote-getting ability was expected to carry the state for President Roosevelt in the National election in November.
20th Century, Washington D.C., 1936
The Robert H. Jackson Center
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May 21, 1936
Photo of Robert H. Jackson when he as Assistant Attorney General of the United States.
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