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Ives, Irving McNeil, 1896-1962

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Personal name headingIves, Irving McNeil, 1896-1962
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Birth date18960124
Death date19620224
Place of birthBainbridge, N.Y.
Place of deathNorwich, N.Y.
AffiliationUnited States. Army
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly
New York (State). Temporary Commission Against Discrimination
Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.)
Cornell University
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations
United States. Congress. Senate
Profession or occupationLegislators--United States
Found inNUCMC data from Library of Congress, Manuscript Division for Atlantic Union Committee. Records, 1940-1968 (Irving McNeil Ives)
WWWA, 1961-1968 (Irving McNeil Ives, 1896-1962; WW I army officer; NY state legislator; and U.S. senator from NY (1947-1959))
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, via WWW, September 10, 2013 (Ives, Irving McNeil (1896-1962); a Senator from New York; born in Bainbridge, Chenango County, N.Y., January 24, 1896; attended the public schools; during the First World War served overseas with the United States Army, 1917-1919, discharged as first lieutenant, Infantry; graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., in 1920; engaged in the banking and insurance businesses in New York, 1920-1930; member, New York State assembly, 1930-1946, serving as minority leader in 1935, speaker in 1936, and majority leader, 1937-1946; chairman of New York State Temporary Commission Against Discrimination, 1944-1945; member, board of trustees of Hamilton College and Cornell University; dean of the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, 1945-1947; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1946, reelected in 1952, and served from January 3, 1947, to January 3, 1959; was not a candidate for renomination in 1958; unsuccessful candidate for election as Governor of New York in 1954; died in Norwich, N.Y., February 24, 1962)
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