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Nan Wood Honeyman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Nan Wood Honeyman (July 15, 1881 – December 10, 1970) was an American politician from the state of Oregon. A native of New York, she was the daughter of author and ...

Oregon Blue Book: Notable Oregonians: Nan Wood Honeyman ...

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Nan Wood Honeyman was born in West Point, Orange County, New York on July 15, 1881, the daughter of Charles Erskine Scott Wood and Nanny Moale ...

David T. and Nan Wood Honeyman House - Wikipedia, the free ...

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The David T. and Nan Wood Honeyman House is a house located in southwest Portland, Oregon, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [3]

HONEYMAN, Nan Wood | US House of Representatives: History ...

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A Roosevelt family friend and New Deal stalwart, Nan Wood Honeyman of Oregon won election to the House of Representatives during the 1936 landslide re–election of ...

Nan Wood Honeyman (1881 - 1970) - Find A Grave Memorial

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Birth: Jul. 15, 1881: Death: Dec. 10, 1970: US Congresswoman. Born in West Point, New York, she moved with her parents to Portland, Oregon in 1884.

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Nan Wood HONEYMAN - Infoplease

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HONEYMAN, Nan Wood, a Representative from Oregon; born in West Point, Orange County, N.Y., July 15, 1881; moved with her parents to Portland, Oreg., in 1884; attended ...

David T. and Nan Wood Honeyman House, Women's History ...

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David T. and Nan Wood Honeyman House Portland, Oregon. Nan Wood Honeyman (1881-1970) was a progressive local and national leader for the Democratic party and of ...

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HONEYMAN, Nan Wood - Biographical Information

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HONEYMAN, Nan Wood, a Representative from Oregon; born in West Point, Orange County, N.Y., July 15, 1881; moved with her parents to Portland, Oreg., in 1884 ...