Executive Order 1360


Mrs. Mary E. Gunion, a former employee of the Government Printing Office, may be appointed to any position in the clerical grade in any department.


Mrs. Gunion is a daughter of Edward McQuade, late driver for the Secretary of War, who while driving the Secretary's horses was killed in a successful effort to save the lives of the occupants of the carriage, and by his death Mrs. Gunion became the sole support of her widowed mother, her brother, and her own child.


The order of April 15, 1911, relating to Mrs. Gunion, is hereby revoked.

Signature of William Howard Taft
Wm. H. Taft.

The White House,

May 25, 1911.


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