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1931 Susa Young Gates gift to President Herbert C Hoover! Mormon LDS Utah Daughter of Brigham Young, gift to the POTUS
1931. This is a truly special piece. It belonged to President Herbert C. Hoover, and was gifted to him by Susa Young Gates - Daughter of Brigham Young, women's suffragist, and arguably the most influential woman in Utah of her generation. She clearly thought highly of the President because she wrote this inscription in the book she wrote about her father "To Pres. Herbert Hoover Whose clarity of vision, honest purpose and selfless attitude towards the public interests have done more for our beloved country than we may ever know on earth From Susa Young Gates" MESSAGE WITH QUESTIONS! Susa Young Gates From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Susa Young Gates4th President of the Daughters of the Utah PioneersIn officeJune 3, 1905 - September 15, 1908[1]PredecessorMaria Young DougallSuccessorIsabell Whitney SearsPersonal detailsBornSusa Young March 18, 1856 Salt Lake City, Utah Territory,DiedMay 27, 1933 (aged 77) Salt Lake CityResting placeProvo City Cemetery 40.225°N 111.644°WAlma materBrigham Young AcademyNotable worksFounded the Young Woman's Journal and the Relief Society MagazineSpouse(s)Alma B. Dunford (1872-1877) Jacob F. Gates(1880-1933)Children15ParentsBrigham Young Lucy Bigelow Biography portal Latter Day Saint movement portal Susa Young Gates (March 18, 1856 - May 27, 1933) was a writer, periodical editor, and women's rights advocate in Utah. Contents 1Personal life 2Career 3Other contributions 4Publications in the Relief Society Magazine 4.1Articles 4.2Relief Society Conference 4.3Fiction 5See also 6References 7External links 7.1Archiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
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