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Personal Papers, 1875-1947 (continued)
BOX 44-70 REEL 41-60 Speeches and Writings File, 1881-1946
Handwritten and typewritten notes and drafts, with proofs and occasional printed matter relating to Baker's books, articles, and addresses.
Arranged alphabetically by title with a bibliography filed at the end.
BOX 44 REEL 41 Addresses
American Association for Adult Education, 1933, May 22
American Historical Association, on publicity in connection with the peace conference, undated
Annual meeting, League for Permanent Peace, 1920, June 8
Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1921, Feb. 4
On Democracy and the Negro, 1910, Jan.
On the League of Nations and James J. Cox, 1920
On the new evangelism, 1909
On the peace treaty and the League of Nations, 1919
Peace Institute, Winter Park, Fla., 1935, Mar.
Woodrow Wilson birthday dinner, 1927, Dec.
"Admiral Dewey"
"Agricultural Education," 1916, July
"The Alien and Sedition Laws," 1887, Sept. 3
"America and the Peace of Europe," 1914, Jan.
American Chronicle (1945)
(2 folders)
BOX 45
REEL 41-42
(7 folders)
BOX 46
(6 folders)
BOX 47
(5 folders)
BOX 48
REEL 43-44
(7 folders)
BOX 49
(6 folders)
BOX 50
(5 folders)
BOX 51
REEL 45-46
(2 folders)
Miscellaneous notes
(2 folders)
"Andrew Cameron," undated
"Are We Developing a Negro Pale in America?" circa 1912
"Arguments Pro and Con on the Constitution Prior to Its Adoption," 1889, Mar. 23
"The Art of Living in a Crowded World," 1917, Nov. 9
"At the Tunnel's End," 1901, Dec.
Autobiographical writings See also Containers 44-51,American Chronicle ; Container 52, The Book of My Youth ; and Containers 58-59, Native American
"Autobiography," 1887
BOX 52 REEL 46 Biographical sketch of William James Beal, 1924, Dec.
The Book of My Youth See also Containers 58-59, Native American
(3 folders)
BOX 53 REEL 47 "Clinton Scollard," a sketch, 1933
"A Colloquy on the Negro Problem," undated
(2 folders)
"Comparison between the Parson as Described by Chaucer and the Parson Described by Goldsmith," 1887, July 18
"Comparison of the Constitution of Wisconsin with That of Michigan," 1889, Apr. 26
Congressional Government, introduction to, 1925
Country Cousin, foreword, 1927, Jan.
"Coxey's Army," 1897, Feb.
"The Dalles of the St. Croix," 1887
"The Deadlock of Industry: The Part the Public Plays in the Labor Problem," circa 1904
"The Deeper Meaning of Trade-Unionism: As Exemplified by the Strike in the Colorado Coal Fields," circa 1904
"Democracy and Dictators Today: Introduction to John Martin's Book," 1935, Aug.
"Desmids," 1887
"Despair of a Junior," 1888, July
Dr. and Mrs. House and their school in Salonica, 1917
"Dr. Hollis Burke Frissell," 1918, Jan.
"Dora," 1886, Oct. 26
"Edison's Latest Marvels," 1902, Nov.
"Escape," undated
"A Foreword on Romance and Reality," undated
Foreword to Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, new edition, 1945-1946
"Fort Maitland," an introduction, 1938
BOX 54 REEL 47-48 Frederick W. Taylor, scientist in business management, 1911, Mar.
(3 folders)
"Frederick W. Taylor: An Aristocrat of Democracy," 1915, May 22
"Free Trade and the Farmer," 1889
"Gathering Clouds Along the Color Line," 1916, June
General Leonard Wood
"George T. Farley," a sketch, 1940, May 11
"The Government in the Chicago Strike of 1894," by Grover Cleveland, 1904, July
"The Great Conscription," 1916, Jan.
"The Great Negro Migration," 1917, July
"Hadley's Article," undated
"Hard Work Better Than Genius," 1888, Sept. 5
Harvard University address, Cambridge, Mass., 1905, Jan. 23
"Harvey Sherman," a sketch, undated
BOX 55 REEL 48-49 "Hiwonetah and the Ojibwa's Daughter," 1887, Apr. 27
"Ideals," 1888
"India Rubber," 1881, Jan. 17
"Indigence, a Favorable Element in the Development of Character," 1888, Feb. 25
"The Intensive Cultivation of Business," 1914
Interviews and notes, 1925-1929
"Is Business a Profession?" 1913, June
"Joel Chandler Harris: A Character Sketch," 1904, Nov.
"Judge Lindsey Article," 1904
"Kenyon L. Butterfield," an obituary, 1935, Nov. 28
"The Last Phase of the Great War," 1915, Jan.
"Leesburg Raid; a Story of the Secret Service," 1897
"A Liberal Education Should Precede the Choice of a Profession," 1887, June 7
BOX 56 REEL 49 "Liquid Air," 1899
"The Lone Rider," a poem, undated
"Lottridge," 1905
"Major Ford: A Lady of Virginia," undated
"Major Moton," 1916, Mar.
"Makers of Understanding," 1915
Manuscripts and notes relating to the Lawrence, Mass., strike, 1912
"A Medley," 1887, Oct. 26
Meeting for American Farm School, speech, 1931, Oct. 14
Memoranda by Baker, 1940, June 4
(3 folders)
Memorandum for Burton Hendrick, 1925
Memorandum on Bert Boyden, 1925, Oct.
"Method of the Union in Dealing with the Non-Striker," 1904
Miscellaneous manuscripts
(1 folder)
BOX 57
(1 folder)
"Moral Education: Fairchild," 1916, Feb.
"My Mission in Europe, 1918-19"
(5 folders)
BOX 58
REEL 50-51
(2 folders)
"My Views on Socialism," undated
"My Wild Ride with Youth in an Aeroplane," 1920, Jan.
"Nathan Yorke," undated
Native American (1942) See also Container 52, The Book of My Youth
(4 folders)
BOX 59
REEL 51-52
(4 folders)
"Negro Article," 1915
"The Negro Problem," miscellaneous notes and manuscripts, 1917
"The New Hope in the Labor Struggle," 1904
"New Ideals in Healing," 1909, Jan.
BOX 60 REEL 52-53 "The New Industrial Conspiracy," 1903, Sept.
"New Things About Liquid Air," 1900
"Norman Hapgood," a sketch, 1937, May 10
Notes and manuscripts relating to La Follette's Autobiography, circa 1911
(5 folders)
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