Thomas Lowry Bailey (January 6, 1888 – November 2, 1946) was a politician from the state of Mississippi. He was born in Webster County, Mississippi and graduated from Millsaps College. Bailey was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives as a democratic candidate in 1915 and served from 1916 to 1940. He unsuccessfully ran for governor in 1939 but was elected in 1943. Bailey helped in the development of roads and ways to help farmers sell their products. During his term a four-year medical school at the University of Mississippi was initiated.

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  • Thomas Lowry Bailey (January 6, 1888 – November 2, 1946) was a politician from the state of Mississippi. He was born in Webster County, Mississippi and graduated from Millsaps College. Bailey was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives as a democratic candidate in 1915 and served from 1916 to 1940. He unsuccessfully ran for governor in 1939 but was elected in 1943. Bailey helped in the development of roads and ways to help farmers sell their products. During his term a four-year medical school at the University of Mississippi was initiated. He died of a stroke in Mississippi Governor's Mansion in 1946 aged 58, in Jackson during his term as governor. He was succeeded by Lieutenant Governor Fielding L. Wright. (en)
  • Thomas Lowry Bailey (* 6. Januar 1888 im Webster County, Mississippi; † 2. November 1946 in Jackson, Mississippi) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker und von 1944 bis 1946 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Mississippi. (de)
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  • Thomas Lowry Bailey (* 6. Januar 1888 im Webster County, Mississippi; † 2. November 1946 in Jackson, Mississippi) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker und von 1944 bis 1946 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Mississippi. (de)
  • Thomas Lowry Bailey (January 6, 1888 – November 2, 1946) was a politician from the state of Mississippi. He was born in Webster County, Mississippi and graduated from Millsaps College. Bailey was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives as a democratic candidate in 1915 and served from 1916 to 1940. He unsuccessfully ran for governor in 1939 but was elected in 1943. Bailey helped in the development of roads and ways to help farmers sell their products. During his term a four-year medical school at the University of Mississippi was initiated. (en)
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