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The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

Henry Remsen, Jr., October 7, 1790, Thomas Jefferson's Salary

Henry Remsen, Jr., October 7, 1790, Thomas Jefferson's Salary

Please observe!! Recommended to the attention of M[blank] by a member of the anti- poking-your-nose-into-other-people's-business-society. Wanted immediately! a person of fair character, (age or sex immaterial,) at a salary of $500 per ann

Please observe!! Recommended to the attention of M[blank] by a member of the anti- poking-your-nose-into-other-people's-business-society. Wanted immediately! a person of fair character, (age or sex immaterial,) at a salary of $500 per ann

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, April 3, 1805, Salary for John Lenthall

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, April 3, 1805, Salary for John Lenthall

Surveyor of Public Buildings, March 1805, Salary Statement

Surveyor of Public Buildings, March 1805, Salary Statement

Isaac Newton to Charles M. Wetherill, November 1863 (Wetherill's salary)

Isaac Newton to Charles M. Wetherill, November 1863  (Wetherill's salary)

That salary grab--"You took it"

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I'll give you twice as much as your salary for the next five years--

I'll give you twice as much as your salary for the next five years--

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Salary Increase Deadlocked - Cost of Living Marches On

Salary Increase Deadlocked - Cost of Living Marches On

Call for Salary Increases

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Wants to be G-man to stop shipping graft. Ewing Y. Mitchell, ousted Ass't Sec. of Commerce, asks President Roosevelt for an appointment as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General with the responsibility for cleaning up graft and waste in the Department of Commerce. He wants a salary of $1 a year. He wrote to the president that the present administration faces a shipping scandal comparable to the Teapot Dome Oil Scandal, 6/18/35

Wants to be G-man to stop shipping graft. Ewing Y. Mitchell, ousted Ass't Sec. of Commerce, asks President Roosevelt for an appointment as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General with the responsibility for cleaning up graft and waste in the Department of Commerce. He wants a salary of $1 a year. He wrote to the president that the present administration faces a shipping scandal comparable to the Teapot Dome Oil Scandal, 6/18/35

Wash. D.C. To push A.T. & T. quiz. Samuel Becker of Milwaukee, photographed at his desk where he is talking over his duties as special assistant counsel for the Federal Communications Commission where his telephone investigation. His salary is $9,000 a year. 10/4/35

Wash. D.C. To push A.T. & T. quiz. Samuel Becker of Milwaukee, photographed at his desk where he is talking over his duties as special assistant counsel for the Federal Communications Commission where his telephone investigation. His salary is $9,000 a year. 10/4/35

Admits "kicking back" part of salary. Washington, D.C., April 22. He "turned back" $75 of his $200 per month salary, Henry M. Lewis former Deputy Sheriff in Harlan County, Ky., told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee as it resumed its investigation of alleged terrorism in connection with Harlan County Coal Operators' efforts to resist union organization drives. The money was returned to Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton each month in 1935 and 1936. Lewis added that many of the men listed as drawing salaries from the Sheriff's office were not regarded as regular employees, and several of them worked for coal companies, 4/22/1937

Admits "kicking back" part of salary. Washington, D.C., April 22. He "turned back" $75 of his $200 per month salary, Henry M. Lewis former Deputy Sheriff in Harlan County, Ky., told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee as it resumed its investigation of alleged terrorism in connection with Harlan County Coal Operators' efforts to resist union organization drives. The money was returned to Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton each month in 1935 and 1936. Lewis added that many of the men listed as drawing salaries from the Sheriff's office were not regarded as regular employees, and several of them worked for coal companies, 4/22/1937

Richer by $102,728 since 1934 when he became Sheriff of Harlan County, Ky. Washington, D.C., April 26. It took a little quick thinking today on the part of Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton, of Harlan County, as he was questioned by the Senate Civil Liberties Committee in regard to the weath he acquired since becoming sheriff in 1934. He admitted his wealth had increased $102,728 since taking over the job of sheriff three years ago. His new holdings included stock in coal mines, an $18,000 farm, a $25,000 business building, and coal lands. during this time he reaceived less than $5,000 per year salary, 4/26/1937

Richer by $102,728 since 1934 when he became Sheriff of Harlan County, Ky. Washington, D.C., April 26. It took a little quick thinking today on the part of Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton, of Harlan County, as he was questioned by the Senate Civil Liberties Committee in regard to the weath he acquired since becoming sheriff in 1934. He admitted his wealth had increased $102,728 since taking over the job of sheriff three years ago. His new holdings included stock in coal mines, an $18,000 farm, a $25,000 business building, and coal lands. during this time he reaceived less than $5,000 per year salary, 4/26/1937

Complaints that pretty girls receive favors in promotions brings questioning of civil service employees. Washington, D.C., March 29. Senator Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana, remarked before the group of witnesses at his hearing today on civil service appointments that a group of civil service employees had complained to him last Friday night that they were dis-satisfied over the system of appointments, but were affraid to appear before his committee to openly state charges. The charges Sen. Ellender said, were to the effect that beauty means more in promotions than efficiency. Today, he called in post office employees where, it was charged, Mrs. Josephine Smithers had been promoted from a salary of $1740 to $2300 a year, while Miss Leone Adair, who has served the department longer, was broken hearted because she had not been considered. This is a general view of the hearing with witnesses. Left to right - William J. Dixon, Superintendant, Division of Postmasters, who appointed Mrs. Smithers, Leone Adair, one of protesting witnesses, Jessie Donaldson, Director of Personnel who backed up Dixon's Judgment in Promotions, Mrs. Virginia Counselman, complaining witness, J.P.B. Barber, complaing witness, Rose Goldensiel, complaining witness, and - in back, standing - Mrs. D.L. Holladay, complaining witness. 3-29-39

Complaints that pretty girls receive favors in promotions brings questioning of civil service employees. Washington, D.C., March 29. Senator Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana, remarked before the group of witnesses at his hearing today on civil service appointments that a group of civil service employees had complained to him last Friday night that they were dis-satisfied over the system of appointments, but were affraid to appear before his committee to openly state charges. The charges Sen. Ellender said, were to the effect that beauty means more in promotions than efficiency. Today, he called in post office employees where, it was charged, Mrs. Josephine Smithers had been promoted from a salary of $1740 to $2300 a year, while Miss Leone Adair, who has served the department longer, was broken hearted because she had not been considered. This is a general view of the hearing with witnesses. Left to right - William J. Dixon, Superintendant, Division of Postmasters, who appointed Mrs. Smithers, Leone Adair, one of protesting witnesses, Jessie Donaldson, Director of Personnel who backed up Dixon's Judgment in Promotions, Mrs. Virginia Counselman, complaining witness, J.P.B. Barber, complaing witness, Rose Goldensiel, complaining witness, and - in back, standing - Mrs. D.L. Holladay, complaining witness. 3-29-39

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six on her salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per year. She puts ten percent of her salary in war bonds

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six on her salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per year. She puts ten percent of her salary in war bonds

Bantam, Connecticut. Bantam is hoping eventually to get a new post office and town hall. The town burgesses meet above the post office, while the rest of the second story here is given over to a little-used basketball court. Postmaster Edward M. Doyle, who is not related to James L. Doyle, the town warden, has run out of defense stamps more than once, for Bantam is buying bonds and stamps in large quantities. The volume at the post office has risen considerably in the eight years Doyle has been in charge, his own salary going from sixteen hundred to twenty-one hundred annually in that time. He's especially proud of the consistently excellent ratings his premises are given by government inspectors

Bantam, Connecticut. Bantam is hoping eventually to get a new post office and town hall. The town burgesses meet above the post office, while the rest of the second story here is given over to a little-used basketball court. Postmaster Edward M. Doyle, who is not related to James L. Doyle, the town warden, has run out of defense stamps more than once, for Bantam is buying bonds and stamps in large quantities. The volume at the post office has risen considerably in the eight years Doyle has been in charge, his own salary going from sixteen hundred to twenty-one hundred annually in that time. He's especially proud of the consistently excellent ratings his premises are given by government inspectors

Greenbelt, Maryland. Federal housing project. Dr. J.M. Silagy leaving the medical center to call on a patient at his home. Greenbelt doctors carry on a private practice, although there has been talk of putting them on a salary basis

Greenbelt, Maryland. Federal housing project. Dr. J.M. Silagy leaving the medical center to call on a patient at his home. Greenbelt doctors carry on a private practice, although there has been talk of putting them on a salary basis

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six on her salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per year. She has been a federal employee for twenty-six years

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six on her salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per year. She has been a federal employee for twenty-six years

Harvey G. Berthold, twenty years old, was placed on the Colby farm in Wisconsin after completing the farm short course at the University of Wisconsin and has been at his job two weeks at a salary of sixty-five dollars per month. He has two brothers and five sisters on the family's sixty nine acre farm in Ladysmith Brusk County, Wisconsin. They have cultivated fifty-one acres and own nine milk cows and five heifers. The family has been helped by FSA (Farm Security Administration) for several years

Harvey G. Berthold, twenty years old, was placed on the Colby farm in Wisconsin after completing the farm short course at the University of Wisconsin and has been at his job two weeks at a salary of sixty-five dollars per month. He has two brothers and five sisters on the family's sixty nine acre farm in Ladysmith Brusk County, Wisconsin. They have cultivated fifty-one acres and own nine milk cows and five heifers. The family has been helped by FSA (Farm Security Administration) for several years

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Salary timecard rack

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Salary timecard rack

Using the box as a marker, a "pineapple" anti-personnel mine was planted approximately three feet away from the break in the water line at the Rajlovak train facility, located on the outskirts of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR. The owner of the facility said that he pays more for the water than he pays for the salary of all his workers. He has been asking for 3 months to get it removed, but the Mine Action Center (MAC) is low on funding, and cant remove the mine

Using the box as a marker, a "pineapple" anti-personnel mine was planted approximately three feet away from the break in the water line at the Rajlovak train facility, located on the outskirts of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR. The owner of the facility said that he pays more for the water than he pays for the salary of all his workers. He has been asking for 3 months to get it removed, but the Mine Action Center (MAC) is low on funding, and cant remove the mine

An Iraqi youth poses for a photograph at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi youth poses for a photograph at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs arrive at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Marines and Soldiers of Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs arrive at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Marines and Soldiers of Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Mr. Hamed Abraham, a Sports Teacher at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, speaks to local teachers about maintaining organization as US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are pay the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Mr. Hamed Abraham, a Sports Teacher at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, speaks to local teachers about maintaining organization as US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are pay the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi school official reads from a list of names at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, as local teachers line up to receive pay. US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi school official reads from a list of names at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, as local teachers line up to receive pay. US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs arrive at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Marines and Soldiers of Civil Affairs are here to pay the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs arrive at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Marines and Soldiers of Civil Affairs are here to pay the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi students and teachers walk the campus at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi students and teachers walk the campus at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi teachers assemble inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi teachers assemble inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqs Deputy Education Advisor, Mr. Abdal Hussain Attia speaks to local teachers gathered at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqs Deputy Education Advisor, Mr. Abdal Hussain Attia speaks to local teachers gathered at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi teachers line up inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi teachers line up inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi Teachers line up inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi Teachers line up inside the auditorium at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. Inside US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs pay salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as give 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Local Iraqi School Teachers receive pay at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Local Iraqi School Teachers receive pay at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A group of Iraqi youths show their support at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A group of Iraqi youths show their support at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, where local Officials and US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

040818-F-4441R-054 (Aug. 18, 2004)US Navy (USN) ENSIGN Michael Brown, Officer In Charge (OIC), Iraqi Construction Apprentice Program (ICAP) lines up the ICAP students so he can pay them their weekly salary in Ar Ramadi, Al Anbar, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. U.S. Air Force PHOTO by SENIOR AIRMAN Jorge A. Rodriguez (RELEASED)

040818-F-4441R-054 (Aug. 18, 2004)US Navy (USN) ENSIGN Michael Brown, Officer In Charge (OIC), Iraqi Construction Apprentice Program (ICAP) lines up the ICAP students so he can pay them their weekly salary in Ar Ramadi, Al Anbar, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.  U.S. Air Force PHOTO by SENIOR AIRMAN Jorge A. Rodriguez (RELEASED)

Usama Hassan Hadi (left), an interpreter working for the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, is all smiles after being paid his salary by U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Jennifer Pierre-Loius, a 407th AEG contracting craftsman, and TECH. SGT. Ray Ashey, a 407th AEG 407th financial technician, at Tallil AB Iraq, on April 4, 2005. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by MASTER SGT. Mark Bucher) (Released)

Usama Hassan Hadi (left), an interpreter working for the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, is all smiles after being paid his salary by U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Jennifer Pierre-Loius, a 407th AEG contracting craftsman, and TECH. SGT. Ray Ashey, a 407th AEG 407th financial technician, at Tallil AB Iraq, on April 4, 2005. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by MASTER SGT. Mark Bucher) (Released)

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