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Mac Adoo, William Gibbs
MacAdoo, William G.
MacAdoo, William Gibbs
Mc Adoo, William Gibbs
McAdoo, W. G.
McAdoo, William G.
McAdoo, William Gibbs
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1902-1985)
Straus, Oscar S. (1850-1926)
Straus, Oscar Solomon (1850-1926)
Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce
Williams, John Skelton (1865-1926)
Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt (1872-1961)
Wilson, Woodrow (1856-1924)
Wise, Stephen S. (1874-1949)
Wise, Stephen Samuel (1874-1949)
Wood, Leonard (1860-1927)
Address by Hon. W. G. McAdoo, secretary of the treasury : at Madison High School, Madison, Wis., October 3, 1917.
administration and the shipping bill., The
Buy a Liberty Bond
Buy a United States government bond of the 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917
challenge liquor and lawlessness versus constitutional government, The
Collier trophy award.
Crowded years : the reminiscences of William G. McAdoo.
Decision of the reserve bank organization committee determining the federal reserve districts and the location of federal reserve banks
Democratic National Convention.
Departure of the China Clipper
duty of the American government to our soldiers and sailors--the second liberty loan and the War insurance law:, The
Financing the war.
Fourth Liberty loan. An address delivered... to Liberty loan organizations and workers of the second federal reserve district at Carnegie Hall, New York, September, 24, 1918, The
International High Commission. Message from the President of the United States transmitting a report of the United States section of the International High Commission on the first general meeting of the Commission, held at Buenos Aires, April 3-12, 1916 ...
Keep 'em going!
league to prevent war, A : with a review of the fight against the formation of the United States : an address by the Hon. W.G. McAdoo at the Methodist centenary celebration, Columbus, Ohio, July 4, 1919.
Liberty loan addresses... to railroad employers at El Paso, Texas ; April 17, 1918...
Liberty loan, The second
March of time (Radio program).
Nation's Forum Collection
Patriotic duty of the government employee. Address delivered... to employees of the bureau of engraving and printing, at Washington, D. C., December 12, 1917, The
President's proposal on federal judiciary
President Wilson arrives in New York to lead fourth Liberty Loan parade 
Prosperity and the future. Speech on the progress and prosperity of the United States under the present Democratic administration, delivered before the Chamber of commerce of Raleigh, N. C., on May 31, 1916
Republic of Chile. An address delivered at the luncheon given by the minister of finance of Chile, at the Union club in Santiago, Chile, on April 18, 1916, in honor of Hon. W.G. McAdoo, secretary of the Treasury and chairman of the United States section of the International high commission, The
RMA flag service on the steps of New York Public Library, 1919
second liberty loan and the causes of our war with Germany: address of Hon. W.G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, delivered at the annual convention of the American Banker's Association, at Atlantic City, N.J., September 28, 1917 ..., The
"Shall we be more tender with our dollars than with the lives of our sons?" W.G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury Buy a United States government bond of the 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917
Some international aspects of public education: an address delivered at the annual convention of the National education association, held in Madison square garden, New York city, on July 6, 1916
State rights and the Jeffersonian idea.
Statement of Hon. W.G. McAdoo director general of railroads, before the Interstate Commerce Committee of the United States Senate, January 3, 1919
Termination of the treaty of 1832 between the United States and Russia.
W.G. McAdoo papers
"You wear the button - we'll do the rest" "Every man and woman in the country must get behind this loan" W.G. McAdoo.