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  • Creator is exactly "McAdoo, W. G. (William Gibbs), 1863-1941"

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William G. McAdoo thanks W.G. Rice for a campaign contribution.

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William G. McAdoo writes a letter recommending E.W. Van C. Lucas for Adjutant General of the State of New York.

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William G. McAdoo writes Governor William Sulzer of New York, to recommend John Mitchell for New York Labor Commissioner.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Woodrow Wilson thanking him for his support on the currency bill and inviting him to stay at Arcadia in Georgetown, South Carolina on his way back to Washington.

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William G. McAdoo is writing Woodrow Wilson congratulating him on the passage of the Currency Bill.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Woodrow Wilson about appointing appropriate men to the Federal Reserve Board.

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William G. McAdoo about a recent decision regarding the publishing of foreign books.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to Woodrow Wilson about appointments to the position of Collector of Customs.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Woodrow Wilson about the inscriptions for the new Post Office.

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William G. MacAdoo writes to Woodrow Wilson about the currency situation.

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William G. McAdoo thanks Woodrow Wilson for his letter and revisions.

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William Gibbs McAdoo asks Woodrow Wilson to appoint Robert Small as Collector of Customs at Beaufort, South Carolina.

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How the $50,000 appropriation will be spend on defense.

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The Secretary of the Treasury passes along an appeal from a German editor for food aid.

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Asks President Wilson to address the American people to continue to support the Liberty Loan despite the news from Europe.

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Paul Cravath is too important to be withdrawn while Crosby is ill and he does not deserve it anyway.

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William G. McAdoo advises President Wilson to appoint a lawyer to represent the public interest before the Coal Commission.

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New Years greetings from Secretary of the Treasury, William G. McAdoo, to Cary T. Grayson with a note about Eleanor Wilson McAdoo.

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This speech made by William G. McAdoo nearly two weeks after Woodrow Wilson's stroke talks about the burdens Wilson has borne as president, and his response to the challenges that faced him.

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Speech by William G. McAdoo stating he has no ambition for public office and that the only person who deserves to be elected president in 1920 is Woodrow Wilson.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson asking him to pass along information about a soldier he believes should be pardoned by Woodrow Wilson.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about Woodrow Wilson's health and the ratification of the League of Nations Treaty in the Senate.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson suggesting people that Woodrow Wilson should meet on his Western trip.

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Telegram from William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson regarding his long talk with Colonel House.

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William Gibbs McAdoo returns Dr. Cary Grayson’s message with his well wishes to the Wilson family, Nell Wilson in particular, and a general account of life in Washington at the close of 1913.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about his 53rd birthday and Woodrow Wilson's campaign for reelection.

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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.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about his family's vacation spot, and several work-related matters.

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William Gibbs McAdoo sends Dr. Grayson a letter from Colonel House asking him to consider it and return it to him when he returns.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson asking him to get two dozen roses for Woodrow Wilson's daughter Eleanor on Valentine's Day.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson asking him to continue sending flowers to Eleanor Wilson (with whom McAdoo is smitten), and with news of his family and his health.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about his relationship with Eleanor Wilson and their decision to refrain from contacting one another while she worked out her feelings for him.

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Williams Gibbs McAdoo asks Cary Grayson to tell Woodrow Wilson the hearing went well and to relay his wishes for a safe return to Nell Wilson.

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William Gibbs McAdoo thanks Grayson for his telegram and sends particular greetings to Nell Wilson.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson concerning the failure of a Pittsburgh bank.

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William Gibbs McAdoo tries to be in contact with Cary Grayson again, but he is confused that Grayson has not responded to him.

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William Gibbs McAdoo congratulates Grayson on the birth of his newest son although he wishes it had been a girl for the sake of Dr. and Mrs. Grayson who already had two sons.

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William G. McAdoo to Woodrow Wilson recommending that Frederick I. Thompson be appointed to the Shipping Board.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson suggesting Frederick I. Thompson for the Shipping Board.

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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.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson enclosing a press release regarding his decision not to run for President.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson with suggestions for people to work in the Railroad Administration.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson regarding Delly Green, a former cook for Woodrow Wilson who is now facing unemployment. He asks the President to issue an executive order on Green's behalf.

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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…

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William G. McAdoo encloses a message to Cary T. Grayson to give to President Wilson if in his best interest.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson asking him to talk to the President about putting the financial affairs of Haiti in McAdoo's hands.

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Postcard with photograph bearing caption "Mr. & Mrs. Wm. G. McAdoo, Pendleton Roundup"

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about the strain Woodrow Wilson is under at the Paris Peace Conference, and political developments at home.

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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.

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William Gibbs McAdoo advises Cary T. Grayson to keep the President in Cornish, NH as issues in Mexico are going well.

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McAdoo sends his love to his wife from Charlottesville.

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McAdoo sends his wife a letter about a speech he got into.

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McAdoo writes to his wife from Nebraska about how much he misses her on this trip.

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McAdoo writes to his wife about his successful trip.

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William Gibbs McAdoo sends Woodrow Wilson a confidential letter from Price regarding an experiment for the Shipping Board.

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McAdoo is forwarding a telegram urging action to control food prices.

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McAdoo is writing to Wilson suggesting that he create a Bureau of Intelligence to ease the burden of work during wartime.

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McAdoo is writing to Wilson discussing the sale of U.S. bonds in order to assist France.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to his wife, sending her good wishes for safety and good travels and that he is by her side even though she is away travelling.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to his wife about his speaking schedule and travel plans.

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Treasury Secretary William G. McAdoo writes to his wife, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, during a trip on behalf of President Woodrow Wilson’s legislation.

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William G. McAdoo, President Woodrow Wilson’s Secretary of the Treasury, writes to his future wife, Eleanor Wilson, during his travels around the country on behalf of the Federal Reserve.

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William Gibbs McAdoo congratulates Jessie on her engagement to Frances Bowes Sayre.

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William G. McAdoo sends a statement to the press defending the Wilson Administration's actions during the Paris Peace Conference.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to tell him that he will be able to attend the Liberty Loan dinner.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to congratulate him on the success of the Liberty Loan campaign.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to tell him he is going to open a law office in New York.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to thank him for his letter regarding McAdoo's retirement as Treasury Secretary.

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William G. McAdoo conratulates Benjamin Strong Jr. on the work he has done for the Fourth Liberty Loan.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to send him three Liberty Bonds with the President's signature.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjmain Strong Jr. to say that Friday's meeting was helpful and inspiring.

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M.B. Clagett writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say that William G. McAdoo has left for California and will not be able to use the information Strong sent.

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William G. McAdoo sends Benjamin Strong Jr. a telegram to say that he cannot visit as he has decided to go farther west.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding tax policy and the war.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the Liberty Loan campaign.

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M.B. Clagett writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to reschedule Strong's meeting with William G. McAdoo.

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M.B. Clagett writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to reschedule Strong's meeting with William G. McAdoo.

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William G. McAdoo's secretary writes to say that McAdoo will meet Benjamin Strong Jr. next Monday.

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William G. McAdoo sends Benjamin Strong Jr. a telegram to say that he will be glad to see him and will wire later to make arrangements.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Pierre Jay regarding the gold exchange.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding currency reform.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say that he will be glad to meet him in Denver.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to send him a letter and wish him a speedy recovery.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to wish him good health, and urge that he take a furlough.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say that he understands why Strong asked for the currency proofs.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to inform him the Federal Reserve will be taking over Post Office accounts.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say he will not be able to send die proofs of American bank notes to England and France

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William G. McAdoo replies to Benjamin Strong Jr.'s request to schedule a meeting.

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William G. McAdoo send Benjamin Strong Jr. a thank you note for some apples.

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William G. McAdoo writes the HW Sloan Company regarding a proposed cotton sale to Sweden.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the latter's negotiations with British officials.

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William G. McAdoo send AH Wiggin a telegram stating that the cotton loan fund does not violate federal antitrust laws.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the cotton loan fund.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the cotton loan fund.

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A report, dictated by William G. McAdoo, on the cotton loan fund.

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William G. McAdoo sends a telegram to Benjamin Strong Jr. on the status of the cotton loan fund.

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William G. McAdoo sends a telegram to Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the cotton loan fund.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to thank him for securing exchange for the Postal Department.

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An approval form for the creation of a gold fund.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. regarding the transfer of $200,000 in gold to Ottawa.

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William G. McAdoo tells Benjamin Strong Jr. that he is sending a Treasury Agent in London $500,000 in gold.

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William G. McAdoo writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say that he will meet with Morgan and Schiff on Thursday and Strong on Wednesday.

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William Gibbs McAdoo asks Benjamin Strong Jr. to attend a meeting at the Treasury Department.

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A memorandum on greenbacks and the gold reserve.

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