United States Senate
 GO
United States Senate Senators HomeCommittees HomeLegislation & Records HomeArt & History HomeVisitors Center HomeReference Home
United States Senate
People
Origins & Development
Exhibits
Historical Minutes
Special Collections
Paintings
Sculptures
Graphic Arts
Oral History


  
 
 
1885 Grover Cleveland

More than 150,000 people witnessed Grover Cleveland’s first inauguration on the East Front of the Capitol.  Later that evening, a huge fireworks display lit up the sky.

 
Main Page
 
First Previous 1889 Inauguration
 
The Inauguration—Mr. Cleveland Delivering the Inaugural Address.
The Inauguration—Mr. Cleveland Delivering the Inaugural Address.
The Inauguration—President Arthur and Mr. Cleveland Leaving the White House for the Capitol.The Inauguration—President Arthur and Mr. Cleveland Leaving the White House for the Capitol.
The Inauguration—President Arthur and Mr. Cleveland Leaving the White House for the Capitol.
 
Washington, D.C.—Arrival of Military and Other Organizations to Participate in the Inauguration of the President-Elect—Passing the Peace Monument, near the West Front of the Capitol.
Washington, D. C.—Arrival of Military and Other Organizations to Participate in the Inauguration of the President-Elect—Passing the Peace Monument, near the West Front of the Capitol.
 
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Cleveland, March 4th.—Popular Ovation to the President at the Moment of the Administration of the Oath of Office.
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Cleveland, March 4th.—Popular Ovation to the President at the Moment of the Administration of the Oath of Office.
 
The Inauguration—Mr. Cleveland Delivering the Inaugural Address.
The Inauguration—Mr. Cleveland Delivering the Inaugural Address.
 
1881 Inauguration     1889 Inauguration