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The Vice Presidents are listed in chronological order.

For facts about and links to any Vice President, click on the name:

John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
George Clinton
Elbridge Gerry
Daniel D. Tompkins
John C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
Richard Mentor Johnson
John Tyler
George Mifflin Dallas
Millard Fillmore
William Rufus King
John C. Breckinridge
Hannibal Hamlin
Andrew Johnson
Schuyler Colfax
Henry Wilson
William Wheeler
Chester Alan Arthur
Thomas Hendricks
Levi Parsons Morton
Adlai E. Stevenson
Garret A. Hobart
Theodore Roosevelt
Charles W. Fairbanks
James Sherman
Thomas Marshall
Calvin Coolidge
Charles G. Dawes
Charles Curtis
John Nance Garner
Henry A. Wallace
Harry S. Truman
Alben W. Barkley
Richard M. Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
Hubert H. Humphrey
Spiro T. Agnew
Gerald R. Ford
Nelson Rockefeller
Walter Mondale
George Bush
Dan Quayle
Al Gore
Dick Cheney



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Thomas Marshall  
Thomas Marshall
Calvin Coolidge  
Calvin Coolidge
Charles G. Dawes  
Charles G. Dawes

Thomas Marshall    Served under Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921

The Twenty-Eighth Vice President

Born: March 14, 1854
Died: June 1, 1925
State: Indiana
Party: Democrat

--Graduated from Wabash College (1873).
--Admitted to the Ohio bar in 1875, he also practiced law in Indiana.
--Governor of Indiana (1909-13).
--Vice President of the United States (1913-21).
--He might have become President in September 1919, after Wilson suffered a stroke; instead, he allowed Mrs. Wilson to unofficially act as President in her husband's place.
--Served on the Federal Coal Commission (1922-23).
--Wrote and practiced law after leaving politics.
Marshall Links:

*Senate Biography.
*Grolier's Page.
*Wabash Student Journalist.
*Hoosier History.
*Governor Marshall.
*Governor of Indiana.
*1912 Presidential Election.
*Indiana Vice President.
*One Joined the Navy.
*Spare Tire.
*1916 Presidential Election.
*Two Termer.
*Famous Stogie Quote.
*Not President.
*Mrs. President.
*A Hoosier Salad.
*Edith Galt Wilson Page.
*President Woodrow Wilson.

Calvin Coolidge    Served under Warren G. Harding from 1921-1923

The Twenty-Ninth Vice President

Born: July 4, 1872
Died: January 5, 1933
State: Massachusetts (b. Vermont)
Party: Republican

--Graduated from Amherst College (1895).
--Admitted to the Massachusetts bar (1897).
--City Counsel of Northampton, MA (1899).
--Massachusetts House of Representatives (1907-09).
--Mayor of Northampton (1910-11).
--Massachusetts Senate (1912-15).
--President of the Massachusetts Senate (1914-15).
--Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (1916-18).
--Governor of Massachusetts (1919-20).
--Vice President of the United States (1921-23).
--President of the United States (1923-29).
--The sixth Vice President to be elevated to the Presidency because of the death of a President.
--Declined to run for re-election in 1928.
--Wrote his autobiography and a newspaper column after leaving politics.
Coolidge Links:

*White House Page.
*C-SPAN Page.
*Internet Public Library Page.
*Senate Biography.
*Grolier's Page.
*Massachusetts Politician.
*Political Life before the Presidency.
*Boston Police Strike.
*1920 Presidential Election.
*A Sleepy Vice Presidency.
*An Oath In the Dining Room.
*An Executive Reformation.
*Keep Cool.
*The Business of America.
*1924 Presidential Election.
*Coolidge Wit.
*Historic Site.
*President Warren G. Harding.

Charles G. Dawes    Served under Calvin Coolidge from 1923-1929

The Thirtieth Vice President

Born: August 27, 1865
Died: April 23, 1951
State: Illinois (b. Ohio)
Party: Republican

--Graduated from Marietta College (1884).
--Admitted to the Nebraska bar in 1886, he also practiced law in Illinois.
--Wrote on financial and public policy issues during the 1890's.
--Comptroller of the Currency (1898-1901).
--Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate from Illinois (1902).
--Worked in the Chicago banking industry for two decades.
--Served on the supply procurement staff of the US Army during World War I, rising to the rank of Brigadier General.
--Unsuccessful candidate for Republican Presidential nomination (1920).
--Director of the US Bureau of the Budget (1921).
--Served as chairman of an international commission on Germany's post-war reparation payments, which developed the Dawes Plan (1923).
--Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1925 for his efforts to resolve the German reparations crisis.
--Vice President of the United States (1925-29).
--Ambassador to Great Britain (1929-1932).
--President of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1932).
--After leaving politics, he wrote and returned to the banking industry.
--As a hobby he composed music, including the tune that would eventually become the popular song "It's All In the Game."
Dawes Links:

*Senate Biography.
*Grolier's Page.
*Comptroller of the Currency.
*The Comptroller of the Currency reports.
*Central Trust.
*Brigadier General Dawes.
*Hell and Maria.
*Director of the Budget.
*1924 Presidential Election.
*Senate President Dawes.
*Tie Breaker, 1925.
*The Dawes Plan.
*The Nobel Prize.
*Ambassador to Great Britain, 1929.
*The Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
*The Reconstruction Finance Corporation Reports.
*City National Bank of Chicago.
*Family History.
*It's All In the Game.
*Dawes Home.
*Austen Chamberlain, Nobel Prize Co-Winner.
*President Calvin Coolidge.

To see the fact sheet and links for a Vice President, click on his last name:
Introduction   Adams, Jefferson, Burr,   Clinton, Gerry, Tompkins,   Calhoun, Van Buren, RM Johnson,   Tyler, Dallas, Fillmore,   King, Breckenridge, Hamlin,   A Johnson, Colfax, Wilson,   Wheeler, Arthur, Hendricks,   Morton, Stevenson, Hobart,   Roosevelt, Fairbanks, Sherman   Marshall, Coolidge, Dawes,   Curtis, Garner, Wallace,   Truman, Barkley, Nixon   LB Johnson, Humphrey, Agnew,   Ford, Rockefeller, Mondale,   Bush, Quayle, Gore, Cheney.   2000 Nominees.