Edward, Harding & McLean - Edward, Harding & McLean album FLAC
Edward Beale McLean (1889 – July 28, 1941) was the publisher and owner of The Washington Post newspaper from 1916 until 1933. His wife Evalyn Walsh McLean was a prominent Washington socialite. McLean was also a thoroughbred racehorse owner, and purchaser of the Hope Diamond, which was traditionally believed to carry a curse. McLean was declared insane and died in a psychiatric hospital.
Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923. Telegram/express letter. In January 1921, two months before his inauguration, President-elect Harding sends a telegram from Marion, Ohio, discharging the Inaugural Committee, but offers his appreciation to Edward B. McLean, the committee chairman, and the other members for their efforts. Telegram from Warren G. Harding, Marion, Ohio, to Hon. Edward B. McLean, Chairman Inauguration Committee, January 12, 1921. Forms part of Evalyn Walsh McLean papers, 1874-1948;.
Edward Beale McLean (1889 – July 28, 1941) was the publisher and owner of The Washington Post newspaper from 1916 until 1933. In 1908, Edward McLean married Evalyn Walsh, the only surviving child and sole heiress of mining millionaire Thomas Walsh. In 1908, she married Edward Beale McLean, the son of John Roll McLean and heir to The Washington Post and The Cincinnati Enquirer publishing fortune. Hope Diamond Thomas Walsh (miner) Edward Beale McLean Star of the East (diamond) Gloria Hatrick McLean. The Cincinnati Enquirer.
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Connected to: Florence Harding San Francisco Herbert Hoover. 29th president of the United States. In office March 4, 1921 – August 2, 1923. Fall reappeared and stated that the money had come as a loan from Harding's friend and The Washington Post publisher Edward B. McLean, but McLean denied it when he testified. Doheny told the committee that he had given Fall the money in cash as a personal loan out of regard for their past association, but Fall invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination when he was compelled to appear again, rather than answer questions.
According to our records, Edward Beale McLean Jr. is possibly single. Edward Beale McLean Jr. was previously married to Manuela Hudson (1948 - 1973), Gloria Stewart (1943 - 1948), Ann Carroll Meem (1938) and Patricia Dewey. Relationship Statistics.
|A1||Choo Choo Ch'Boogie||2:52|
|A2||The Too Full To Boogie Blues||3:58|
|A3||As Time Goes By||4:07|
|A6||The Dough's On The Rise (But The Bread's Not Coming In)||3:25|
|B2||Sh-Boom Sh-Boom (Life Can Be A Dream)||2:39|
|B3||I Think I'm Gonna Love You After All||3:42|
|B4||Mack The Knife||2:29|
|B5||Down In The Dumps, Up On The Penthouse Floor||4:00|
|B6||Don't You Go Too Far||2:54|
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Recorder – Bill Candy
- Drums, Percussion – Bob Disalle
- Electric Bass – Gene Falbo
- Keyboards – Bill McLean
- Producer – Edward, Harding & McLean
- Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals] – Bill McLean, Bill (Harding) Candy*
- Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals], Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica – Don (Edward) Owen*