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Fri Mar 21 17:07:23 2014 UTClccn-n960533910.00Papers, 1856-18920.911.00The iron duties : a review of the letter of the American Iron and Steel Association, Nov. 10th, 1885, in a letter to Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury18946804Daniel_Manningn 960533914089534lccn-n78096864United StatesDepartment of the Treasurylccn-n82031709American Iron and Steel Associationnp-ely, george henry$1844 1925Ely, George Henry1844-1925lccn-n50029194Cleveland, Grover1837-1908lccn-nr93016234Whitney, William C.(William Collins)1841-1904lccn-n85363344Bayard, Thomas F.(Thomas Francis)1828-1898lccn-n88002168Garland, A. H.(Augustus Hill)1832-1899lccn-n91080738Vilas, William F.(William Freeman)1840-1908lccn-n86111004Lamar, L. Q. C.(Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus)1825-1893lccn-n79059319Endicott, William Crowninshield1826-1900Manning, Daniel1831-1887Speeches in CongressHistoryRecords and correspondenceUnited StatesTariffCurrency questionPaper moneyIron industry and tradeUnited States.--Department of the TreasurySilver questionIron oresEconomic historyManning, Daniel,Cleveland, Grover,Endicott, William Crowninshield,Whitney, William C.--(William Collins),Lamar, L. Q. C.--(Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus),Garland, A. H.--(Augustus Hill),Vilas, William F.--(William Freeman),FinancePolitical scienceBayard, Thomas F.--(Thomas Francis),Presidents--ElectionNew York (State)Kelly, John,American Civil War (1861-1865)Dana, Charles A.--(Charles Anderson),Tilden, Samuel J.--(Samuel Jones),Hendricks, Thomas A.--(Thomas Andrews),Butler, Benjamin F.--(Benjamin Franklin),Diplomatic and consular service, AmericanOlney, Richard,Gresham, Walter Quintin,Sherman, John,Democratic Party (N.Y.)Blackburn, Joseph C. S.--(Joseph Clay Stiles),Democratic Party (U.S.)Dickinson, Donald McDonald,Silver coins--Law and legislationRailroadsStraus, Oscar S.--(Oscar Solomon),Lamont, Daniel Scott,McLean, John R.--(John Roll),ElectionsHoar, George Frisbie,Tammany HallHill, David B.--(David Bennett),DollarCabinet officersFishery law and legislationPage, Walter Hines,Watterson, Henry,Venezuela1831188718821884188518861887188918991910191419791999200620131825369E178.M52ocn460226567243ocn016007854book18850.97American Iron and Steel AssociationThe question of tariff revision : a letter from the American Iron and Steel Association, in reply to a circular letter dated July 17, 1885, from Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury ; with an appendix234ocn016098863book18870.98United StatesReply of the Secretary of the Treasury to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the resolution of the House of Representatives of December 20, 1886, respecting reissue of Treasury notes, destruction of United States notes, and denominations of the latter235ocn016098070book18860.98Manning, Daniel[Letters to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, March 2, 1886]214ocn016009841book18860.96United StatesRevision of the tariff212ocn016097775book18860.97United States[Remarks on the silver question made by Secretary Manning to the House of Representatives]Speeches in Congress212ocn016010993book18850.97Ely, George HenryThe iron ore production of the United States, its relations to the tariff31ocn042052602book18851.00The iron duties : a review of the letter of the American Iron and Steel Association, Nov. 10th, 1885, in a letter to Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury22ocn086108919book18861.00United StatesCirculation of standard silver dollars : letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in response to a resolution of the House of Representatives calling for information concerning the circulation of standard silver dollars, and the policy to be pursued as to payment of silver21ocn017136405book18861.00Manning, DanielLetters of the secretary of the treasury and the president of the United States concerning the resignation by Hon. Daniel Manning of the office of secretary of the treasury11ocn043362922mix1.00Holman, William SteelePapersHistoryRecords and correspondenceConsists of correspondence and other papers of William Steele Holman11ocn022026420book1.00The Question of tariff revision a letter from the American Iron and Steel Association in reply to a circular letter dated July 17, 1885, from Daniel Manning11ocn775651697art20060.10Manning, DanielRealizing Rights through Advocacy : the Role of Legal Services Organizations in Promoting Human Rights & Attacking Poverty11ocn028593347book18891.00United StatesConsular fees. Official correspondence on the subject ... Treasury opinions11ocn041375760book1886U.S. Coast and Geodetic SurveyLetter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting letter from the Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey relative to supplying standard balances, weights, and measures11ocn458006035book1887Manning, DanielAmerican fisheries, reply of the Secretary of the Treasury [Daniel Manning] to the resolution of the House of representatives of December 14, 1886, calling for an interpretation of the tariff law respecting the duties on fish, January 10, 188711ocn647814418mix1.00Doesticks, Q. K. PhilanderLetters of Q. K. Philander DoesticksIn a letter, July 25, to Daniel Manning, Doesticks anticipates seeing Manning at the theater and states that his lecture on "Pluck" will be brief, so he hopes Manning will allow his men to attend. In another letter, undated, to Edmund Clarence Stedman, Doesticks expresses gratitude to Stedman, notes that his own lectures are in verse, and gives titles11ocn060981429book1882The people's candidates and platform, 1882. : Cleveland--Hill--Ruger--Slocum. October 2, 188211ocn043549796book18861.00Manning, Daniel[Letter to the Speaker H.R. in reference to currency reform]11ocn144652303mix1.00Tilden, Samuel JSamuel J. Tilden papersHistoryCollection consists of the personal papers of Samuel J. Tilden including correspondence and political, legal, financial, and family papers11ocn844156795book20130.10Manning, DanielWhat the whole world is saying : sensational statements about movie "good luck chuck"11ocn191119306visu1885Currier & IvesPresident Cleveland and his cabinetPortraitsSubject: A half-length historical group portrait. The president faces to the right; the other seven men, grouped together, face to the left, toward Cleveland. Each portrait is labeled below the image, from left to right: "President Grover Cleveland. Hon. Thos. F. Bayard. Secretary of State. Hon. William C. Whitney. Secretary of the Navy. Hon. Daniel Manning. Secretary of the Treasury. Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar. Secretary of the Interior. Hon. Augustus H. Garland. Attorney General. Hon. William F. Vilas. Postmaster General. Hon. Wm. C. Endicott. Secretary of War."11ocn767689733visu18861.00Keppler, Joseph FerdinandThe Administration sawmillIllustration shows President Cleveland standing next to a large "Reform Buzz-Saw" labeled "Pat. 1884 by G. Cleveland" at a sawmill, where three members of his cabinet "Manning, Whitney, [and] Bayard" are milling lumber labeled "For the Improvement of the Custom House" and "Props for the Navy"; a carpenters square labeled "Honesty" rests against some boards at Cleveland's feet. A group of newspaper editors, congressmen, and a dog labeled "Blaine's Pup" has entered on the left, among them are "Dana, McLean, Vance, Eustis, Reid, Beck, Evarts, Sherman, Medill, [and] Edmunds", they are standing just outside the "Secretarys Office" where Daniel S. Lamont is sitting; through the open door is visible a wagon loaded with large logs labeled "Mormon Question, Silver Question, Tariff Ques, [and] Coast Defences"11ocn768955885visu18851.00Gillam, BernhardA new declaration of independence in the year 1885Illustration shows President Cleveland standing at a table, his right hand on a long document labeled "Declaration of Independence July 4th 1885" that trails off the table, stating "When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for a President to dissolve the political bands which the machinery of his party has imposed upon him, he must speak in unmistakable words..."; he is facing a group of men, one labeled "Tammany" and others labeled "Boss" and "Rural Boss", they are standing near a passageway labeled "Exit". Behind Cleveland are members of his cabinet, William C. Whitney, Daniel Manning, Augustus H. Garland, William F. Vilas, L.Q.C. Lamar, and Thomas F. Bayard who is holding a paper that states "The Cabinet 'Solid' on Reform". On the wall in the background is a painting showing the presentation of the "Declaration of Independence July 4th 1776"11ocn768295202visu18851.00Keppler, Joseph FerdinandPresident Cleveland and his cabinetIllustration shows President Cleveland sitting at a desk between his cabinet members, from the left, "W.C. Whitney, Secretary of the Navy, Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury, A.H. Garland, Attorney-General, T.F. Bayard, Secretary of State, W.C. Endicott, Secretary of War, W.F. Vilas, Postmaster-General, [and] L.Q.C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior". They are in a hall lined with statues labeled "Navy, War, Justice, State, Treasury, Interior, [and] Post". On the wall at the back of the room is the following quote, "It is the duty of those serving the people in public places to closely limit public expenditures to the actual needs of the government economically administered. G. Cleveland"11ocn761860597art18870.10Lanman, CharlesManning, DanielBiographyRegisters11ocn757665153visu18851.00Zimmerman, EugeneOur government farm -- President Cleveland finds an effectual protection against the twenty-five-year locustsIllustration shows President Cleveland stands directly behind a wall of flames labeled "Civil Service Reform"; behind him, working on the "Government Farm" are members of his cabinet, William C. Endicott with a hoe, Lucius Q.C. Lamar kneeling before a newly planted tree, Thomas F. Bayard working on a tree labeled "State Department", Daniel Manning holding a pot labeled "Treasury", Augustus H. Garland with a shovel, William C. Whitney adding supports to a tree labeled "Navy Department", and William F. Vilas with a watering can. In the foreground, locusts driven back by the smoke and overcome by the fumes lie on the ground and are about to be consumed by the flames, these include "Kelly, Dugro, Voorhees, Blackburn, McLean, Dana, Butler, H.O. Thompson, Chenowith, Higgins, [and] Aquila Jones". Two that seem unaffected are labeled "Hendricks" carrying a banner that states "To the Victors belong the Spoils" and "McLoughlin" [sic]11ocn145624239art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamManning, Daniel11ocn469775273mixDoolittle, James RHistoryCorrespondence, mostly to Doolittle, and 3 speeches, some originals and some typed copies. Includes some Civil War letters from Lyman Trumbull; an October 1865 letter from Joseph Mitchell about colonization; an 1884 letter from Doolittle concerning security for newly elected president Grover Cleveland; and an 1892 letter with Doolittle's rather negative view of Cleveland as a presidential candidate11ocn070981115mix1.00Cleveland, GroverGrover Cleveland papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, diaries, messages to Congress, speeches, writings, printed matter, and other papers relating chiefly to Cleveland's first presidential administration. Subjects also include Cleveland's second presidential administration, presidential elections, and Democratic Party politics11ocn768955894visu18851.00Keppler, Joseph FerdinandThe administration's hardest jobIllustration shows President Cleveland and his cabinet officers struggling to push and pull the Democratic donkey labeled "Bourbon Democracy" into a stable labeled "Reform Stables"; on the donkey's hooves, acting as brakes, are the faces of John Kelly labeled "Spoils System", Charles A. Dana labeled "Anti-Civil Service Reform", "Mclaughlin", [and] "J.R. M'Lean"11ocn768295231visu18851.00Gillam, BernhardRichelieu's defianceIllustration shows President Cleveland as Cardinal Richelieu embracing a young woman labeled "Civil Service" as he is confronted by a group of courtiers labeled "Manning, Barnum, C.S. Blackburn, [and] Hendricks", also John Kelly and a man identified as "Party Boss". Manning holds a paper that states "Bad Appointments - Higgins, Pillsbury, Troup, [and] Chase". Includes text by "Manning-Baradas" and "Cleveland-Richelieu"11ocn793589712book18860.47Tilden, Samuel JSamuel J. Tilden autograph letter signed to Mrs. Manning, 1886 March 24AutographsRecords and correspondenceManuscript letter from Samuel J. Tilden to Mrs. Manning about Mr. Manning's health, presumably referring to Daniel Manning11ocn056928662art1999Manning, Daniel11ocn070981097file1.00Bayard, Thomas FThomas F. Bayard papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePertains to real estate and financial matters, national politics, the Fitz-John Porter case, Samoan Islands, fisheries and sealing questions, the Venezuelan boundary dispute, Anglo-American and German-American relations, presidential campaigns, the silver question, the Tilden-Hayes election, tariff problems, the Sackville-West incident, the conflict between China and Japan over control of Korea, American annexation of Hawaii, and the isthmian transit and canal issue11ocn768955903visu18851.00Opper, Frederick BurrThe resistless march of reform - the "hostiles" must go!Illustration shows a large group of politicians, newspaper editors, Tammany Hall bosses, and others, dressed as Native Americans, one carrying a banner that shows a crude drawing of the Tammany(?) tiger labeled "Flathead Tribe", on a long march in opposition to President Cleveland's civil service reform agenda; in the upper left corner is the "Blainiac Reservation" and in the opposite corner is Cleveland and his cabinet laying tracks for the "Reform R.R.", keeping ahead of the "Administration Construction Train". In the foreground, Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks is leading the Democratic donkey labeled "Bourbonism", carrying two baskets, one with "Old Ideas" and the other labeled "The Perennial Pappooses" holding Charles A. Dana and Benjamin F. Butler. Standing just to the right is John Kelly carrying Philip H. Dugro in a cradleboard11ocn054820218art19100.10Hills, Frederick SimonDaniel ManningBiography11ocn169954942art18990.10Manning, Daniel : secretary of the treasuryBiography11ocn768295222visu18851.00Gillam, BernhardThe rehabilitation of the Democratic partyIllustration shows a scene inside "Cleveland's Clothing Establishment" where President Cleveland and Thomas F. Bayard are fitting a man labeled "Reform Democracy" with the "Thos. Jefferson Pattern", while cabinet members Lucius Q.C. Lamar, William C. Whitney, Daniel Manning, [and] Augustus H. Garland measure, cut, and sew fabric labeled "Justice, Anti-Silver Swindle, New Navy, [and] Honest Administration, Interior Department" on the left side of the shop. A sign on the wall states "No Over-Charging nor Double-Dealing" and a poster shows the "Spring 1885 Styles". Just outside the door is an old man reaching in to grab discarded rags labeled "Spoils System, Old Record, Fraud" and a shillelagh labeled "Rowdy Influence" to place in his cart labeled "G.O. Rep. Party. Highest Price Paid for Castoff Clo's"11ocn070980584mix1.00Tenney, JonathanJonathan Tenney correspondenceHistoryRecords and correspondenceLetter (Albany, N.Y.) from Tenney with instructions for Daniel Manning, editor of the Argus, Albany, N.Y., concerning a portion of Tenney's history of Albany for publication in the newspaper11ocn082465972mix1.00Lamont, Daniel ScottPapers of Daniel Scott LamontCorrespondence, letterbooks, copies of telegrams, diaries, drafts of speeches and memoranda, financial papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating principally to Lamont's role and interest in New York State Democratic politics and to his work as private secretary to President Grover Cleveland (1885-1889) and as U.S. secretary of war (1893-1897). Other papers pertain to Lamont's post-Cabinet life and interests, especially his financial and business affairs, his work as vice president of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, and his interest in the development of railroads in the U.S. and abroadFri Mar 21 15:32:31 EDT 2014batch25337