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June 27, 2022

“President and Mrs. Harding Home for the Centennial”

Harding Presidential Sites Manager Sherry Hall describes Warren G. Harding's final visit to Marion, Ohio for the town's centennial on July 4-5, 1922.

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June 13, 2022

Harding, Cox, and Ohio on the Irish War of Independence.

By David McDevitt, Harding Project Archivist. In June and July of 1920, two Ohioans were nominated as the presidential candidates of America’s two leading political parties: James Cox, governor of Ohio, for the Democrats, and Warren G. Harding, senator from Ohio, by the Republicans. Across the Atlantic Ocean, Europe was still reshaping itself following the […]

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May 23, 2022

Microphones and Radios: How the Public Heard President Harding

As the first president to speak on the radio, Warren G. Harding introduced Americans to the idea of being able to hear their leaders.

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October 29, 2021

Dear Senator: Letters to a Political Rising Star

This blog post introduces three people who were the subjects of future president Harding’s early political correspondence.

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August 11, 2021

Introducing the Warren Harding Papers Project

Meet archivist Wendy Korwin and get a sneak peak into the presidential project she will be working on for the next few years.

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March 4, 2021

Photographing Collections Objects

Learn how the Design Team reimagined the photography of collections objects to best showcase them.

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September 17, 2020

Harding’s Reputation Deserves a Rebound

With the centennial of Harding’s election at hand, this is the time to reconsider Harding and to see his life and his administration in a clearer, fairer and more balanced light.