Grover Cleveland

Stephen Grover Cleveland

  • American

22nd and 24th President of the United States, but he won the popular vote 3 times. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Founder Bass, Cleveland and Bissell
Works about Grover Cleveland


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
President Grover Cleveland visits Ash Hill. Visitor Ash Hill Hyattsville
1837/03/18 Born Home Grover Cleveland Birthplace Caldwell
1883/00/00 Governor Grover Cleveland appoints Isaac G Perry Capitol Commissioner to supervise construction at the state capitol. NY Governor New York State Capitol Albany
1883/05/24 Brooklyn Bridge opens Presider Brooklyn Bridge New York City
1885/03/04 Inaugural Ball for Grover Cleveland is held in the Pension Building. President National Building Museum Washington, DC Grover Cleveland 1884 Campaign for US President
1886/06/02 Frances Folsom marries Grover Cleveland in the Blue Room of the White House. Groom The White House Washington, DC Marriage of Frances Folsom and Grover Cleveland
1889/04/30 Bishop Potter gives a remarkable sermon at the Centennial Celebration of Washington's Inauguration. Faith St Paul's Chapel New York City
1891/01/00 Former President and Mrs Cleveland are guests of the Davises for three days, receiving extraordinary media attention. Guest Harding Davis Townhouse Philadelphia, PA
1893/00/00 President Grover Cleveland repeals the Sherman Silver Purchase Act President Panic of 1893
1893/03/04 Grover Cleveland's Inaugural Ball for his 2nd term in office. President National Building Museum Washington, DC
1893/05/01 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago opens with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Festival Hall Dignitary Chicago Illinois World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago
1897/00/00 Grover Cleveland home, 1897-1908. Home Grover Cleveland Home Princeton
1902/11/11 Chamber of Commerce Building is dedicated Dignitary Chamber of Commerce Building New York City
1908/06/24 Stephen Grover Cleveland dies of a heart attack at home in Princeton, New Jersey. Died Grover Cleveland Home Princeton
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