|Born||March 23, 1865|
Milford, Texas, U.S.
|Died||October 11, 1941 (aged 76)|
Altadena, California, U.S.
|Education||Trinity University, Texas (BS)|
Cumberland University (LLB)
Rev. Dr. Ira Landrith (1865 – 11 October 1941) was an American Presbyterian minister and temperance activist. He was the Prohibition Party's nominee for vice president in 1916. He and his running mate Frank Hanly received 221,302 votes (1.19%). A known orator, Landrith was part of the Flying Squadron of America, which traveled the United States advocating for temperance.
- "Ira Landrith Biography". Retrieved 29 May 2015.
|Party political offices|
Aaron S. Watkins
| Prohibition nominee for Vice President of the United States
D. Leigh Colvin
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