The President and Secretary of State sign a document appointing a member of
the Civil Aeronautics Authority - an agency newly created by FDR - to head the
US delegation to an international conference on private aviation.Special
In 1903, Roosevelt signed this appointment with Henry Clay Payne, Postmaster
General, making Benjamin E. Jones a Postmaster at Tyler in the county of
Livingston State of New York for four years.Special
In 1907, Roosevelt signed this appointment with George Von L. Meyer,
Postmaster General, making Thomas T. Gronlund a Postmaster at Tyler in the
county of Lincoln State of Minnesota for four years.Special
Both the 26th U.S. President and the 42nd Postmaster General signed this appointment
in 1906, making Melvin J. Esmay a Postmaster at Schenevus, New York for four years.
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Three days after his Secretary and Assistant Secretary of War
resigned in protest against Wilson's reluctance to prepare the US for War, the
President signs the commission of a lieutenant in the Coast Artillery, co-signed
by Army Chief of Staff Hugh L. Scott at the beginning of his 1-month tenure as
Secretary Ad Interim.Special
President Woodrow Wilson and U. S. Secretary of the Navy Josephus
Daniels signed this document in 1915 to appoint a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy.
This naval document was signed less than a month after the sinking of the
passenger liner RMS Lusitania by a German U-boat.
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