McNary may refer to:

  • Charles L. McNary (1874–1944), U.S. Republican politician
  • John Hugh McNary (1867–1936), U.S. federal district court judge
  • William S. McNary (1863–1930), U.S. Representative

In the United States:

  • McNary, Arizona
  • McNary, Louisiana
  • McNary, Oregon
  • McNary, Texas
  • McNary Dam, a dam structure built across the Columbia River
  • McNary Field, a public airport in Salem, Oregon
  • McNary High School, a high school in Keizer, Oregon

Other articles related to "mcnary":

Henry F. Naphen - Congressional Elections - 1902 Election
... McNary, chairman of the Democratic State committee wanted the nomination and McNary forced Naphen to retire from the race ... As McNary controlled the apparatus of the districts Democratic party Naphen decided to quietly drop out of the race rather than after a fight ...
Charles L. McNary
... Charles Linza McNary (June 12, 1874 – February 25, 1944) was a United States Republican politician from Oregon ... In the Senate, McNary helped to pass legislation that led to the construction of Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River, and worked on agricultural and forestry issues ... McNary was the Republican vice presidential candidate in 1940, on the ticket with presidential candidate Wendell Willkie ...
List Of United States Political Families (M) - The McNarys
... John Hugh McNary (1867–1936), Deputy District Attorney of Third District of Oregon 1898–1904, District Attorney for Third District of Oregon 1905–1912, Judge for U.S ... McNary ... McNary (1874–1944), Marion County, Oregon Deputy Recorder 1892–1896, Deputy District Attorney for Third District of Oregon 1904–1911, Justice of the Oregon Supreme ...
Mc Nary, Texas
... McNary, Texas is a small town (pop ... The town was renamed McNary, after James G ... McNary, a local businessman, in September 1923 when the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway established a station in the area ...