Cabinet of President Gerald R. Ford


Cabinet of President Gerald R. Ford

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Cabinet of President Gerald R. Ford
August 9, 1974-January 20, 1977
State Henry A. Kissinger (Kissinger, Henry A.)
Treasury William Edward Simon
Defense James Rodney Schlesinger
Donald Henry Rumsfeld (from November 20, 1975)
Attorney General William Bart Saxbe
Edward Hirsch Levi (from February 7, 1975)
Interior Rogers Clark Ballard Morton, Jr.
Stanley Knapp Hathaway (from June 13, 1975)
Thomas Savig Kleppe (from October 17, 1975)
Agriculture Earl Lauer Butz
John Albert Knebel (from November 4, 1976)
Commerce Frederick Baily Dent
Rogers Clark Ballard Morton, Jr. (from May 1, 1975)
Elliot Lee Richardson (from February 2, 1976)
Labor Peter Joseph Brennan
John Thomas Dunlop (from March 18, 1975)
Willie Julian Usery, Jr. (from February 10, 1976)
Health, Education, and Welfare Caspar Willard Weinberger
Forrest David Matthews (from August 8, 1975)
Housing and Urban Development James Thomas Lynn
Carla Anderson Hills (from March 10, 1975)
Transportation Claude Stout Brinegar
William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr. (from March 7, 1975)
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