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Personal Papers, 1875-1947 (continued)
Speeches and Writings File, 1881-1946 (continued)
"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)
BOX 61 REEL 53 Notes, manuscripts, and printed matter relating to Following the Color Line (1908)
Notes and manuscripts relating to Hawaii, 1888-1911, undated
Notes and miscellaneous manuscripts, 1883-1937, undated
(2 folders)
Notes on secret treaties, 1922
(2 folders)
BOX 62 REEL 53-54 "Olympic Society on a May Morning," 1887, Oct. 8
"On Re-reading a Tale of a Tub," undated
"On reviewing Seymour's Neutrality," undated
"The Panama Canal as an Example of Efficiency and Service," 1913, Jan. 9
"Paris Peace Conference," 1929, Apr. 28
"Pippins," 1899, Sept. 7
"Pleasures and Perils of a Diver's Life," undated
"President Kenyon L. Butterfield," 1924, June 1
"President's Address: Phi Evening," 1889, Aug. 19
"The Problem of Armour," 1906
"A Problem of Happiness," 1889, July 13
"The Problem of Race," 1911
"Problems of Citizenship," 1913, Sept.
"Professor Ernst Haeckel of Jena: The Last Word About Evolution," 1901, Dec.
"The Promotion of Patrolman Wagner," 1901, Jan. 3
"A Prophecy of 89," 1889, July
"The Rabbit in the Box," 1900
"Radicals on Parade," 1907, July
"Railroads on Trial," 1905, Nov.-1906, June
"The Rat Trap," undated
(2 folders)
BOX 63
REEL 54-55
(1 folder)
(2 folders)
"The Reading of Character," 1887, Oct. 28
"The Reconnaissance: A Fragment of War," 1897-1898
"Review of Clifton Johnson's Hudson Maxim," 1925
"Richard Burton," a memorial, 1940, Apr. 17
"The Riddle of the Negro: I--A Race Riot in the Making," undated
"Roman Catholic vs Protestant," 1909
"A Romantic Possibility of This Writer's Vacation," 1888, Nov. 10
"Roosevelt Tired," 1908
"Royal Humane Society," 1901, Sept.
"Seeing America," 1914
(2 folders)
BOX 64 REEL 54-55 "Short Article on Brandeis," 1916
"Short Stories," 1895, May
"Should the Colleges of Michigan Be Merged in the University?" 1887, Sept. 28
"Simon Barslow," a biographical sketch, undated
"Smoker Talk," undated
"Some Heroes I Have Met," a church speech, undated
"Some Stories about John Muir," undated
"Sophomore Criticism," 1887, Aug. 6
"The Soul of America: The Public," 1916, Dec. 15
Speech, New England Society dinner, "Old New England and the
New Democracy," 1908, Dec. 17
"The Spiritual Unrest: The Faith of the Unchurched," 1909, Sept.
"The Strange Adventure I Am about to Relate," by David Grayson, undated
"Structure of the Cucumber Fruit," 1887, Oct. 17
"Theodore Roosevelt," 1910
"This Brave New World," undated
"Thomas Gray," 1888, Oct. 8
"To the Editor of the Republican," 1916, May
"Those Who Come Seeking Opportunity," undated
"The Three Wishes," by David Grayson, undated
"The Tragedy of the Range," 1902, Aug.
"True Progress in City Government," undated
"Under the Sea," undated
"Vigilantes," 1917
BOX 65 REEL 55-56 "Walter A. Dyer," a sketch, 1934, Jan.
"The War Patriotism," 1909, Oct. 31
"The Western Spirit of Restlessness," 1908
"What Life Is," play outline, undated
"What Shall America Do?" 1916
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