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Carl Edward Bailey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carl Edward Bailey (October 8, 1894 – October 23, 1948) was the 31st Governor of Arkansas from 1937 to 1941.

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Biography – Carl Edward Bailey

Courtesy of the UALR CAHC. Carl Edward Bailey was a robust, enthusiastic man who helped make Arkansas the great state she is today. Without Bailey’s determination ...

Carl Edward Bailey (1894–1948) - Encyclopedia of Arkansas

Carl Edward Bailey, a two-term governor of Arkansas in the 1930s, struggled to modernize state government and to cope with the Great Depression.

Carl Edward Bailey - NGA

CARL EDWARD BAILEY, Arkansas's 31st governor, was born in Bernie, Missouri, on October 8, 1894. He graduated from Campbell Missouri High School in 1912, and attended ...

Carl Edward Bailey (1886 - 1943) - Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: Sep. 13, 1886 Uniondale Wells County Indiana, USA: Death: Mar. 4, 1943 Huntington County Indiana, USA: Son of George Alfred Bailey and Emma Lovina Lamb Bailey.

Carl Edward Bailey (1894 - 1948) - Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: Oct. 8, 1894 Bernie Stoddard County Missouri, USA: Death: Oct. 23, 1948 Little Rock Pulaski County Arkansas, USA: Governor of Arkansas from 1937-1941.

Carl Edward Bailey - FranaWiki -

Carl Edward Bailey (1894-1948) was Democratic governor of the State of Arkansas from 1937 to 1941. Bailey was born on October 8, 1894, in Bernie, Missouri.

Carl Edward Bailey, Governer (1894 - 1948) - Genealogy

Genealogy for Carl Edward Bailey, Governer (1894 - 1948) family tree on Geni, with over 140 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

Carl Edward BaileyWikipedia

Carl Edward Bailey, född 8 oktober 1894 i Bernie, Missouri, död 23 oktober 1948 i Little Rock, Arkansas, var en amerikansk demokratisk politiker. Han var den 31:a ...