5 edition of Address by Hon. W.G. McAdoo, secretary of the treasury found in the catalog.
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W.G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, delivered at the annual convention of the American Banker's Association, at Atlantic City, N.J., Septem William Gibbs McAdoo played a major role in the administration of President Woodrow Wilson.
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SECRETARY,I HAVE DECIDED TO REMAIN IN ENGLAND, BUT HAVE NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER OF DISSOCIATING MYSELF FROM MY AMERICAN WORK, AND HAVE THEREFORE ACCEPTED THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF THE LONDON HEADQUARTERS. William Gibbs McAdoo is the author of Crowded Years ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Subway Problem ( avg rating, 0 rating 4/5(2).
Title W.G. McAdoo papers, Summary Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, writings, reports, scrapbooks, bulletins, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to McAdoo's career as a lawyer and businessman in Tennessee and New York, U.S. secretary of the treasury and director general of railroads in the United States Railroad Administration during the Woodrow Wilson.
Dec. 23 Thomas Marshall to Hon. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, TLS Dec. 23 Thomas Marshall to Hon. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, ALS Mar. 13 Woodrow Wilson to Thomas Marshall, TLS June 22 Thomas Marshall to Mr.
Howland, ALS Sept. 29 French Ambassador Jules Jusserand to Thomas Marshall, ALS. Wilson, Woodrow, Family Allowance, Indemnity, and Insurance for Officers and Enlisted Men of The Army and Navy: Correspondence Between President Wilson And Hon. Mcadoo, Secretary of The Treasury, Relating To The Bill Providing For Family Allowances, Indemnification, Reeducation, and Insurance In Behalf of Officers and Enlisted.
Correspondence between President Wilson and Hon. McAdoo, secretary of the Treasury, relating to the bill providing for family allowances, indemnification, reeducation, and insurance in behalf of officers and enlisted men of the army and navy of the United States.
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24 W. McAdoo to C. Glass, December 8W. McAdoo Folder, Ibid. and W. McAdoo to R. Leffingwell, DecemTreasury Folder, Leffingwell Papers. Glass had previously raised McAdoo's political ire by appointing Thomas Lamont, a partner of J.
Morgan and Co., as financial advisor to Wilson in Paris, but found him “enthusiastic” when the Secretary offered Cited by: 6. Full text of "Official program, Tenth annual convention, Southern Commercial Congress, Baltimore, Maryland, December[microform] other formats MASTER NEGATIVE # COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES PRESERVATION DIVISION BIBLIOGRAPHIC MICROFORM TARGET ORIGINAL MATERIAL AS FILMED - EXISTING BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD 'ft.
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Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior. Question answered in an address by Hon. William B. Wilson, Secre- tary of Labor. Weekly Figures of Clearing-House Bank Debit from Federal Reserve Bulletin, December.
The War Savings Campaign of in North Carolina dates from November 9,which was the day on which Secretary of the Treasury W. G. McAdoo offered the State Directorship of War Savings to Col.
F. H. Fries of Winston-Salem, N. C., President of the Wachovia Bank and Trust Company, in a telegram in part as follows: "At this critical moment Author: Francis Henry Fries.Flowers did not play nearly so large a part in the wedding of Miss Eleanor Wilson and Hon.
William Gibbs McAdoo, secrotarv of the treasury, as they did OH the occasion of the marriage of Miss Jessie Wilson to Mr. Francis B. Sayre, in November, when the bouquets and decorations were the subject of a spe- cial illustrated article in The Review.name of W.
G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury and John Burke, Treas urer of the United States Have you noticed that when some thing interesting comes along the people all turn out? It’s up to Brook haven to attract the crowds and to do good business by offering good bargains to the trade. It’s a pleasure to entertain people and to win.