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  1. 28 de ene. de 2023 · William G. McAdoo, in full William Gibbs McAdoo, (born October 31, 1863, near Marietta, Georgia, U.S.—died February 1, 1941, Washington, D.C.), U.S. secretary of the treasury (1913–18), a founder and chairman (1914) of the Federal Reserve Board, and director general of the U.S. railroads during and shortly after World War I (1917–19).

  2. 12 de ene. de 2023 · William Gibbs McAdoo was born on October 31, 1863, near Marietta, Georgia. He married his first wife, Sarah Hazelhurst Fleming, on November 18, 1885. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, he started practicing law in Chattanooga Tennessee. McAdoo moved to New York City in 1892, where he founded two companies.

  3. 17 de ene. de 2023 · William Gibbs McAdoo, Jr. – Lieutenant, United States Navy January 19, 2023 January 17, 2023 by Michael Robert Patterson The son of U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Treasury .

  4. 27 de ene. de 2023 · Gaudi (1852-1926) studied architecture in Barcelona, where he was surrounded by neo-classical and romantic designs. Gaudi became famous by reinterpreting these designs and working in the Art...

  5. Hace 5 días · It resumed in 1900 under the direction of William Gibbs McAdoo, an ambitious young lawyer who had moved to New York from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and later became president of the H&M. The railroad became so closely associated with McAdoo that, in its early years, its lines were called the McAdoo Tubes or McAdoo Tunnels.

  6. Hace 6 días · The immediate leading candidate of the Democratic party was William Gibbs McAdoo, now sixty years old, who was extremely popular with labor thanks to his wartime record as Director General of the railroads and was, as former President Wilson's son-in-law, also the favorite of the Wilsonians.

  7. 24 de ene. de 2023 · Wii's Alternate Elections 1788 Series - Mount Rushmore (Day 29) | Vote out the president you most wish to not see on Mount Rushmore; the highest voted gets removed on the next poll. Previously, William Gibbs McAdoo was voted out. Links to tenures are in the description.