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William Hope Harvey

William Hope Harvey, American economist, writer.

Background

  • Harvey, William Hope was born on August 16, 1851 in Buffalo, West Virginia, United States. Son of Colonel Robert Trigg and Anna Maria (Hope) Harvey.

  • Education

    • Educated Buffalo Academy and Marshall College, West Virginia.

    Career

    • Real estate & mining business, 1884-1893. Promoter free silver cause, better known as "Coin" Harvey. Author: Coin’s Financial School, 1894.

      Coin’s Financial School Up to Date, 1895. Coin on Money, Trusts and Imperialism, 1899. The Remedy, 1915; Common Sense, 1920.

      Brochure The Book (setting forth cause and remedy of present world conditions), 1930. Builder of pyramid at Monte Ne, Arkansas Chief executive officer World’s Money Ednl. League. Nominated as candidate of “Liberty Party” for president of the United States, August 1931.

      Home: Monte Ne, Ark.

    Works

    • Author: Coin’s Financial School, 1894. Coin’s Financial School Up to Date, 1895. Coin on Money, Trusts and Imperialism, 1899.

      The Remedy, 1915
    • Common Sense, 1920. Brochure The Book (setting forth cause and remedy of present world conditions), 1930. Builder of pyramid at Monte Ne, Arkansas Chief executive officer World’s Money Ednl.

      League. Nominated as candidate of “Liberty Party” for president of the United States, August 1931.

    Connections

    • Married Anna R. Halliday, 1876 (divorced 1929), children: Mary Hope, Robert Halliday, Thomas William, Annette. Married second, Mistress.
    • father: Colonel Robert Trigg Harvey
    • mother: Anna Maria (Hope) Harvey
    • spouses: Anna R. Halliday
    • Mistress
    • children: Mary Hope Harvey
    • Robert Halliday Harvey
    • Thomas William Harvey
    • Annette Harvey
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    Died February 11, 1936
    (aged 84)
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