HARVEY DRUCKER. One of the well known citizens of Cleveland who has won success in business and prominence in
public affairs is Harvey Drucker, public accountant and consulting tax expert, who has been a resident of Cleveland
for over twenty years. He received his early educa tion in the public schools of Boston, Massachusetts. Coming
to Cleveland in 1900, he attended the Cleveland Law School for a time, and then became a salesman for the H. C.
Christy wholesale grocery company, and while thus employed he studied law and accounting in night schools. In 1916
he engaged in business as an expert accountant, and a while later began specializing in tax service, assisting
large concerns in making out income and other tax reports, and has developed one of the largest clienteles in the
city, his abilities being in constant demand in that special service.
Mr. Drucker has been active and prominent in republican party affairs since the presidential campaign of 1916,
in which year he served as secretary of the Charles E. Hughes League of Cuyahoga County, and as manager of Mr.
Hughes' campaign in the county. In 1918 he was active in behalf of the candidacy of Frank B. Willis for governor,
and in 1920 he was secretary of the Leonard Wood League of this county. He also had charge in this county of the
campaigns of Ralph D. Cole for governor and of Simeon D. Fess for United States senator. He was an alternate Coolidge
delegate from the Twentieth Congressional District to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in 1924.
His abilities and services to the party were recognized in the republican primaries in August, 1924, by his nomination
as a candidate for Congress for the Twentieth Congressional District.
Mr. Drucker is a member of the Tippecanoe and the Western Reserve Clubs, the Twenty fifth Ward Republican Club
and a former vice president of the League of Republican Clubs of Cuyahoga County and a member of the Republican
County Executive Committee. He is popular both as a successful business man and as a progressive citizen, and has
a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who esteem him for his qualities of both heart and mind.
Mr. Drucker married Miss Evelyn R. Markowitz, who was born in Cleveland, and they are the parents of three children:
Eugene, Gwendolyn and Alvina.
A History of Cuyahoga County
and the City of Cleveland
By: William R. Coates
The American Historical Society
Chicago and New York, 1924
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