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Lot Myrick Morrill (May 3, 1813 – January 10, 1883) was an American statesman who served as the 28th Governor of Maine, in the United States Senate, and as Secretary of the Treasury appointed by President Ulysses S. Grant. Morrill was an accomplished politician serving in several elected and appointed offices throughout his lifetime. Morrill, as Secretary of Treasury, was devoted to hard currency rather than paper money and dedicated himself to serve the public good rather than party interests. Morrill was popularly received as Treasury Secretary by the American press and Wall Street, and was known for his financial and political integrity. Morrill was President Grant's fourth and last Secretary of the Treasury.
|Original photo: Photographed by the Detroit Photographic Co.
Library of Congress photo 4a05560r
Replacement photo: Photographed by the Detroit Photographic Co.
Library of Congress photo No. LC-D4-9016
|Original photo: Joe Radigan
Replacement photo: Mike Green
|Library of Congress photo LC-D4-34826
|At the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, 22 April 1898
National Archives photo 19-N-19-21-10 from the Bureau of Ships Collection
|The U.S. Revenue Cutter Morrill and the judge's yacht Pathfinder 'standing guard at the first turn' at the 1901 Canada's Cup
Library of Congress photo LC-D4-9007 from the Detroit Photographic Co.
Detroit Publishing Co. photo 022466 from the Library of Congress
|Photo from the 1924 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
|CAPT(T) George E. Wilcox, USCG
|November 1917 - 1919
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