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MCCULLOCH, Hugh (1808-1895) was an American statesman who served two non-consecutive terms as U.S. Treasury Secretary under three presidents. He was opposed to the National Banking Act of 1864, and attempted to bring the United States back to the gold standard throughout his career. Autograph Letter Signed "Hugh McCulloch" 1pp. octavo, August 19, 1873, addressed to Edward Stuart, and reads in part: "...My memory of dates is not sufficiently accurate to enable me to answer your questions. I should regret this were it not for the fact that the precise information you need can be obtained on your side of the Atlantic..." Fine condition.
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He Wanted the U.S. To Return to the Gold Standard

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