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Robert B. Crosby

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Robert B. Crosby
Robert Crosby (Governor of Nebraska).jpg
Robert Crosby, c. 1953
27th Governor of Nebraska
In office
January 8, 1953 – January 6, 1955
Preceded byVal Peterson
Succeeded byVictor Emanuel Anderson
Personal details
Born(1911-03-26)March 26, 1911
North Platte, Nebraska
DiedJanuary 7, 2000(2000-01-07) (aged 88)
Lincoln, Nebraska
Political partyRepublican
Alma materHastings College, University of Minnesota, Harvard Law School
ProfessionLawyer

Robert Berkey Crosby (March 26, 1911 – January 7, 2000) was an American Republican politician who served as the 27th Governor of Nebraska from 1953 to 1955.

Crosby was born in North Platte, Nebraska. After attending Hastings College, Crosby transferred to the University of Minnesota. He received a B.A. degree from the University of Minnesota in 1931 and an LL.B. degree from Harvard Law School in 1935.

Crosby served in Nebraska's unicameral legislature from 1941 to 1945. He was chosen speaker of the Unicameral in 1943 and, at 31, was the youngest person ever to hold that position. After volunteering for two years in the United States Navy, Crosby served as Nebraska's Lieutenant Governor from 1947 to 1949. While Lieutenant Governor, Crosby wrote "Why I Want to Get Rid of My Job."

Governor Crosby, who was known as "The Boy Governor from North Platte," was particularly proud that he was a great-grandson of John Holbrook Powers. "Honest John" Powers ran for governor in Nebraska as a populist in 1892.

In April 1954, Governor Crosby appointed Eva Bowring to the U.S. Senate to fill out the term of the late Dwight Griswold. In July 1954, Governor Crosby appointed Samuel Williams Reynolds to the U.S. Senate to fill out the term of the late Hugh A. Butler.

Crosby was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in the Republican primary in 1954, but was defeated by Carl T. Curtis. U.S. Senator Hazel H. Abel, who had been elected to serve the last two months of the term of the late Dwight Griswold, resigned a few days before the end of her term, and Governor Crosby appointed Curtis to serve the remainder of her term. That gave Senator Curtis slightly more seniority than other senators elected at the same time.

Gov. Crosby was also known for his speaking ability. He had the ability to adapt to his audience. His style of logical, ethical and emotional appeal was used both in political speeches and in his law practice. One of the most public aspects of his legal work was the defense of Duane Pope for murder. Crosby's speaking style using combinations of support (logical, ethical and emotional ) helped distinguish him from his colleagues ( Nykodym, 1968).

Following his service as governor, Crosby practiced law in Lincoln, Nebraska, until shortly before his death in 2000. In 1971, he married LaVon Crosby, a Nebraska state senator from 1989 to 2000. He is buried in Lincoln Memorial Park in Lincoln.

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References

A Rhetorical Analysis of the Political and Legal Speeches of Robert B. Crosby, by Gilbert F. (Nick ) Nykodym, (unpublished Master's Thesis, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1968).

  • "Crosby, Robert (Berkey)" in Current Biography 1954.
  • Crosby, Robert B. "Why I Want to get Rid of my Job." State Government 20:193-4+. July 1947.
  • Nebraska Blue Book, 1954. (Lincoln, NE: Nebraska Legislative Council, 1954)
  • "Berkey & Crosby" an unpublished family history prepared by Doug Smith in 1994.
Party political offices
Preceded by
Val Peterson
Republican nominee for Governor of Nebraska
1952
Succeeded by
Victor Emanuel Anderson
Political offices
Preceded by
Rufus M. Howard
Speaker of the Nebraska Legislature
1943–1944
Succeeded by
C. Petrus Peterson
Preceded by
Roy W. Johnson
Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
1947–1949
Succeeded by
Charles J. Warner
Preceded by
Val Peterson
Governor of Nebraska
1953–1955
Succeeded by
Victor E. Anderson
This page was last edited on 5 September 2020, at 08:53
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