Ingram Hughes

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Ingram Hughes (1876 - December 27, 1949) was a lawyer and founded the American Nationalist Party in Los Angeles in 1933. His headquarters was located at 630 West 4th Street, Los Angeles, California.

Ingram Hughes was born in Palouse, Washington. He married Maude Tinsley and was the father of four children.[1]

Works

  • Rational Purpose in Government (1933)
  • Anti-Semitism (Organized Anti-Jewish Sentiment) A World-Survey (1934) Text
  • American nationalism as expressing the rational purpose in government: being a declaration of the principles of the American Nationalist Party (1935)
  • Ye kynge goeth to towne, a ballad of shreddes and patches (1936)

Notes

  1. Ingram Hughes on Ancestry.com
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