by National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Series||National Archives Microfilm Publications. Pamphlet -- M726, National Archives microfilm publications -- M726.|
|Contributions||United States. National Archives and Records Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
Guide to Archival Holdings (RG ) General Records of the Department of the Treasury (RG 56) Administrative History. The Department of the Treasury was established by an act of Congress, approved September 2, , to superintend and manage the national finances. Letters Received by the Secretary of the Treasury Relating to Public Lands (N Series) Washington, DC: National Archives, 23 reels of microfilm These letters relate to such subjects as Indian Territories; preemption rights, letters from members of . This film reproduces two volumes of fair copies of letters sent and received by the Secretary of the Treasury relating to the administration of trust funds for the Chickasaw and other Indian tribes between Janu and Decem Steven Terner Mnuchin was sworn in as the 77th Secretary of the Treasury on Febru As Secretary, Mr. Mnuchin is responsible for the U.S. Treasury, whose mission is to maintain a strong economy, foster economic growth, and create job opportunities by promoting the conditions that enable prosperity at home and abroad.
The letters received (entry 1) were separated from the other letters received by the Secretary of War on a document-by-document basis, and some letters and other documents relating to Indian affairs were overlooked in the process of separation. In the registers of incoming correspondence maintained in the Office of the Secretary no distinction. In the United Kingdom, there are several Secretaries to the Treasury, who are Treasury ministers nominally acting as secretaries to HM origins of the office are unclear, although it probably originated during Lord Burghley's tenure as Lord Treasurer in the 16th century. The number of secretaries was expanded to two by at the latest. Gr. Similar to the publisher's Abraham Lincoln: The Writer: A Treasury of His Greatest Speeches and Letters (), this book follows the life of Washington through his letters, speeches, diaries, and even his will. It begins with the year-old Washington's reflections on a surveying trip in and ends with a diary entry written the 5/5(2). The Letters Received and other papers, The surviving records of the office of the Secretary to the Governor () include letters received and a few drafts of letters sent, and copies of agreements, despatches, out-letters, general orders, instructions, ordinary regulations, proclamations, memoranda, reports and returns.
Correspondence of the Secretary of the Treasury with customs collectors (Microcopy No. M) microfilm reel. F United States. Treasury Dept. Letters received by the Secretary of the Treasury from customs collectors, (Microcopy No. M) microfilm reels. Members of the Office of the Executive Secretary also review and revise Treasury documents to promote compliance with the Act. VI. Treasury’s Plain Writing Webpage. Our website is accessible from Treasury’s home page, The public can send feedback to the Treasury Plain Writing e-mail address at [email protected] VII. RC (DLC); at foot of text: “The President of the United States”; endorsed by TJ as received from the Treasury Department on 9 Nov. and so recorded in ures: (1) Elias Boudinot to Gallatin, U.S. Mint, 5 Nov. , noting that he has with great difficulty obtained fifty tons of copper from England on credit for four months at a cost of about $16,; being entitled to draw $10, Letters Received by the Sectetary of the Treasury and the General Land Office from the Surveyor General of Mississippi, M 4 rolls. Letters Received by the Secretary of the Treasury Relating to Public Lands ['N' Series] M 23 rolls.