Medical Histories of the Vice-Presidents

Highlights:
The Vice Presidents
  1. John Adams -- see presidential entry
  2. Thomas Jefferson -- see presidential entry
  3. Aaron Burr
  4. George Clinton
  5. Elbridge Gerry
  6. Daniel D. Tompkins
  7. John C. Calhoun
  8. Martin van Buren -- see presidential entry
  9. Richard M. Johnson
  10. John Tyler -- see presidential entry
  11. George M. Dallas
  12. Millard Fillmore -- see presidential entry
  13. William R. D. King
  14. John C. Breckinridge
  15. Hannibal Hamlin
  16. Andrew Johnson -- see presidential entry
  17. Schuyler Colfax
  18. Henry Wilson
  19. William A. Wheeler
  20. Chester Arthur -- see presidential entry
  21. Thomas A. Hendricks
  22. Levi P. Morton
  23. Adlai E. Stevenson
  24. Garret A. Hobart
  25. Theodore Roosevelt -- see presidential entry
  26. Charles W. Fairbanks
  27. James S. Sherman
  28. Thomas R. Marshall
  29. Calvin Coolidge -- see presidential entry
  30. Charles G. Dawes
  31. Charles Curtis
  32. John N. Garner
  33. Henry A. Wallace
  34. Harry Truman -- see presidential entry
  35. Alben W. Barkley
  36. Richard Nixon -- see presidential entry
  37. Lyndon Johnson -- see presidential entry
  38. Hubert H. Humphrey
  39. Spiro T. Agnew
  40. Gerald Ford -- see presidential entry
  41. Nelson A. Rockefeller
  42. Walter F. Mondale
  43. George H.W. Bush -- see presidential entry
  44. Danforth (Dan) Quayle
  45. Albert (Al) Gore
  46. Richard (Dick) Cheney
  47. Joseph Biden -- see presidential entry
  48. Michael Pence
  49. Kamala Harris -- nothing yet.
Cited Sources
  1. Remini, Robert V. The Life of Andrew Jackson. New York: Penguin, 1990 (hardback 1988).
        
    a  p.143

    Comment: Well-written, coherent distillation of Remini's definitive three-volume biography of Jackson.

  2. Pringle, Henry F. The Life and Times of William Howard Taft: A Biography. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1939.
        
    a  p.836
  3. Dole, RJ. Great Presidential Wit. NY: Scribner, 2001.
        
    a  p.72
  4. Stoddard, Henry L. It Costs to Be President. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1938.
        
    a  p.134

    Comment: Stoddard was editor and owner of the New York Evening Mail from 1900 to 1925.