• Hiram Johnson

    Hiram Johnson

    Hiram Warren Johnson (September 2, 1866 – August 6, 1945) was initially a leading American progressive and then a Liberal Isolationist Republican politician from California. He served as the 23rd Governor of California from 1911 to 1917 and as a United States Senator from 1917 to 1945. He was also Theodore Roosevelt's running mate in the 1912 presidential election on the Progressive (also known as the "Bull Moose") ticket.

  • John Hiram Johnson House

    John Hiram Johnson House is a historic home located near Saluda, Polk County, North Carolina. It was built about 1887, and is a small, one-story, Quaker plan frame dwelling, sheathed in weatherboard and on a stacked fieldstone foundation. It has a full-facade front porch and a rear ell and shed addition. Also on the property are the contributing log smokehouse (c. 1935) and frame barn (c. 1935). It is representative of a late-19th century vernacular subsistence dwelling.

  • Hiram Johnson House

  • Hiram W. Johnson High School

    Hiram W. Johnson High School

    Hiram W. Johnson High School is a secondary school in the Sacramento City Unified School District , in the Tahoe Park South area of Sacramento, California, United States.

  • Hiram W. Johnson House

    Hiram W. Johnson House

    The Hiram W. Johnson House, also known as Mountjoy Bayly House, Chaplains Memorial Building or Parkington, is an historic house at 122 Maryland Avenue, Northeast, Washington, D.C., in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Built about 1822, it is most notable as the home of Hiram Johnson (1866–1945), a prominent force in the Progressive Party of the early 20th century and its Vice Presidential candidate under Theodore Roosevelt in the 1912 election. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and contributing property to the Capitol Hill Historic District.

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