In 1918, Peay returned to politics to seek the Democratic Party's nomination for
governor, hoping to replace the incumbent, Tom Rye, ...
Austin Peay (June 1, 1876-Oct. 2, 1927) served as governor of Tennessee from
1923 until his death. Austin Peay State University was named in his honor in ...
Dec 25, 2009 ... Austin Peay, a successful and progressive governor during the 1920s, was
perhaps best known as the governor who signed the infamous ...
Tennessee Governor Austin Peay III. State Website. Office Dates: Jan 16, 1923 -
Oct 02, 1927. Died in office. Born: Jun 01, 1876. Passed: Oct 02, 1927.
APSU is located in Clarksville, Tenn., the state's fifth largest and youngest city.
The school is named after former Tennessee Gov. Austin Peay, a Clarksville ...
Jul 20, 2016 ... Go to TN.gov ... Austin Peay State University - Tennessee Business Tax Seminar
... this seminar offered by the Tennessee Department of Revenue and Austin
Peay State University's Continuing and Professional Education.
Feb 27, 2015 ... Governor Peay X was elected as the mascot for Austin Peay State University as
election results were announced during Thursday night's game ...
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May 13, 2015 ... APSU's First :30 Ad, "BE A GOV" Campaign. Produced and Directed by Rick
Goodwin & Goodwin Productions, Executive Producers Bill ...
On this date in 1927 Austin Peay State University was founded. Named in honor
of Gov. Austin Peay, who served Tennessee from 1923-1927, Austin Peay State ...
3616 Austin Peay Highway, Suite 4 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM Mullins Station** 1075
Mullins Station Road, West Wing 9:00 AM - 5:15 PM *Also issues marriage ...