William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson about the health of McAdoo's infant daughter, the sinking of the Leelanaw by a German submarine, and the country backing Woodrow Wilson if he decides to increase the Navy's coastal defenses.
Press release by William G. McAdoo containing a telegram from Jouett Shouse asking McAdoo to consider letting his name be put in nomination for the presidency and McAdoo's response that he is not a candidate.
William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson with suggestions for cabinet appointments. Asks Grayson to show the letter to Edith Wilson and for the two of them to decide about bringing it to Woodrow Wilson's attention, nearly three months after the…
William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson expressing his regrets that he won't get to see Grayson during his quick trip home from the Paris Peace Conference and his pride in Woodrow Wilson's triumphs in Europe.