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Madeline McDowell Breckinridge Papers, 1895-1921 (continued)
BOX 706-708 Speech and Article File.
Speeches and articles in alphabetical arrangement by title.
BOX 706 Speeches
"An Appeal to the Press Here Assembled"
"Illiteracy"
"The Juvenile Court"
"A Model School"
"A New Hope"
"The Prospect for Woman Suffrage in the South"
"The Relation of the Public Schools to Kentucky's Commercial Development"
"School Suffrage for Kentucky's Women"
"Shall Men Vote?"
"A State Sanatorium for Tuberculosis"
BOX 707 "Women and the Schools"
1914, 1916, July 1917
(2 folders)
Untitled, undated
Notes for speeches
Articles
"Admittance of Pay Patients at Sanatorium Best Means of Serving Greatest Number"
"Allotments to Army Explained"
"Another Reason for Granting School Suffrage to Kentucky Women"
"Are We the Gates of Hell and a Field for Foreign Missions?"
"California Supreme Court Decision on Salvation Army Will Be Produced"
"Can The county of Fayette and the City of Lexington Support a Tuberculosis Sanatorium?"
"The Case of the Salvation Army"
"Charitable Work Is Impossible Without Overhead Expense"
"Children's Playgrounds in San Francisco"
"City Official To Control Charity Would Mean Waste of Salary"
"Civic Improvement in a Neighboring City"
"Coming of Peace Would be Helped by Equal Suffrage"
"Constructive Philanthropy Versus Small Change Policy"
"The Deserting or Intermittent Husband"
"Detention Home for Boys"
"Direct vs. Indirect Influence in Kentucky"
"Education and Kentucky's Development"
"Education Work Undertaken by Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs"
"Expense of Running the Playground"
"Golden Gate Park"
"A Heretic of the Last Century"
"History of Passage of School Suffrage Law"
"The Immorality of Hotels"
"In Answer to Envoy League"
"An Incident"
"Independent Voter Is for Woman Suffrage"
"Influenza Hits Families Having Tubercular Record"
"Kentucky, Forty-Seventh!"
"Kentucky Chapter Woman Suffrage History"
"The Making of an American by Naturalization and Education"
"Men's Sense of Justice"
"The Model School"
"A Mother's Sphere"
"Mrs. Grace W. Trout To Recount Victory in State of Illinois"
"Not so Bad As That"
"On the Passing of the Home"
"Other Bodies Doing Work Salvation Army Announced It Would Perform in Lexington"
"Our Liberties Threatened"
"Overhead Charges of Salvation Army Contrasted With Actual Relief Done"
"Plan Fight on Money to Army"
"Practical Training for Citizenship in our Common Schools"
"Propaganda Through Literature"
"Public Schools and Southern Development"
"Questions Are Put Up to Salvation Army Officers"
"Reasons for Granting School Suffrage to Kentucky Women"
BOX 708 "Recollections of Henry Clay"
"The Regeneration of Rural New England"
"The Right of the Young to Chaperonage and a Good Time"
"Rural Social Settlement in the Mountains of Kentucky"
"Salvation Army"
"Salvation Army Is After Money"
"Salvation Army Officer Declines To Answer Question Through Press"
"Salvation Army Captain Testifies He Hasn't Time To Investigate"
"Shall Fayette Close the Present Tuberculosis Sanatorium and Start in on a Plan of a Joint County Plan for Establishing a Sanatorium"
"Should the Law be Abrogated for the Benefit of the Salvation Army?"
"Should Women Have the School Suffrage, or Sit Upon School Boards?"
"The Soldiers of Salvation Army As Exemplified by Some Recruited Here"
"Some Reasons for Granting Suffrage to Women"
"Speakers and Money Needed in Missouri"
"Street Skating; a Substitute Suggested"
"Suffrage Aftermaths"
"A Suggestion for the Colored Parks of City"
"The TB Sanatorium and the Roads"
"Treaties With 20 Countries"
"Waiting List for TB Sanatorium"
"Wanted an Automobile"
"Was School Suffrage for Women a Failure in Lexington?"
"What Kentucky Women Are Doing for the State"
"What's Sauce for the Goose Is Sauce for the Gander"
"Why Money Is Needed for Woodland Park"
"Why Private Funds?"
"The Woman's Cause in Kentucky"
"Woman's Suffrage"
"The Women of Kentucky vs. the Honorable Harry G. Meyers of Covington, Now of the Legislature"
"World Politics"
Reply to editorial in Frankfort News, 1900
Oct. 12, 1914
Untitled, undated
(2 folders)
BOX 709-711 Miscellany, 1898-1920
Bills and receipts, biographical material, and miscellaneous items.
Segregated by type of material and chronologically arranged within each group.
BOX 709 Bills and receipts
1898-1918
(3 folders)
BOX 710 1918-20, undated
(5 folders)
BOX 711 Biographical material
Lists, notes
(2 folders)
1908, undated
Printed matter
BOX 712-738 Robert J. Breckinridge Papers, 1807-1871
BOX 712 Diaries, 1836-1837, 1859-1861
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 712-713 Correspondence, 1821-1869
Letters sent and received in chronological arrangement.
BOX 712 1821-1829
1830-1869, undated
(16 folders)
BOX 713 Undated
(8 folders)
BOX 714 Subject File, 1841-1855
Arranged alphabetically by subject title.
BOX 714 Account books, 1841-1855
Annual returns of Kentucky Militia
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