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Series 14, Printed Matter, 1883-1902 (continued)
“Facts relating to Education,” by William T. Harris, 1898, June
“False Reasoning of Silverites and Populism,” by John Little, 1896, Sept. 21
Farragut Association of Naval Veterans, Port of New York, 1883, Nov. 15
Fifty-first Annual Report of the Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco, Calif., 1901, Jan.15
Frauds and Embezzlements of Cuban Postal Officials, a Report, 1900
Freemasons, 1897, Dec. 24
Freemasons, Ceremonies, 1899-1900
Future Missionary Policy in China, undated
Lyman G. Gage's Report to Congress, 1900, Nov. 19
Grand Army of the Republic, Annual Encampment, 1900, Aug.
Guide to Watkins Glen and Its Romantic Surroundings, undated
Hahnemann Monument, Washington, D.C., 1900, Apr.
“The Half Year of War with Aguinaldo,” by John Barrett, undated
Handbook of the National Association of Manufacturers, 1896, Sept. 15
Headquarters of the Army, General Orders
No. 51, 1869, May 15
No. 106, 1900, Aug. 3
“Higher Education: Its Function in Preserving and Extending Our Civilization,” by William T. Harris, 1898, May 31
David H. Hill to Speck von Sternburg, 1900, Sept. 21
Historical Sketch of the Missions in China and to Chinese in America, 1897
Hospital Corps of the Army; a Report Prepared by Charles H. Alden, 1989, Oct. 13
Hotel Del Monte, Monterey, Calif, undated
House of Representatives
1898, July 8
BOX 14:5 Bills
No. 9669, 1900, Mar. 16
No. 12, 667, 1900, Dec. 13
No. 424, 1898, Apr. 21
No. 428, 1898, Apr. 25
No. 498, 1900, Mar. 9
Report No. 36, 1870, Mar. 7
S. R. 240, 1899, Feb. 17
Treasury Department, 1900, Jan. 10
Report No. 2569, 1897, Jan.
No. 35, 1899, Dec. 11
No. 263, 1900, May 16
S. 261, 1888, Jan. 5
S. 4812, 1898, June 30
“How a Letter of a Country Lawyer Became International Law,” by William C. Deming, undated
“How May We Govern Our New Territory?” William R. Day, 1900, May 23
Hughes Annual Kansas City Views, 1901
Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, 1898, Oct.
“Imperialism in 1861 and 1898,” by Charles A. Clark, \ 1898, Nov. 14
Inaugural Address of William McKinley, 1897, Mar. 4
Inauguration of the President and the Vice-President of United States, 1901, Mar. 4
India Office to Government of India, 1897, Aug. 5
Industrial Commission: Education, Testimony of William T. Harris, 1899, Jan.11
Inquiries by the Commission Investigating the War with Spain; of the Adjutant-General, U. S. A., 1898, Oct. 13
“The Insincerity and Dishonesty of Imperialism,” by John J. Lentz, 1900, Mar. 27
International Meeting of Missionaries, Shanghai, China, 1900, Sept. 7
Introduction to the Philippines, Arthur MacArthur, undated
Introductory Statement of the Commissioner of Education, a Report, 1896-1897
Instruction to the United States Peace Commissioners, Paris, France, 1898, Sept.-Dec.
“Ireland Sees McKinley,” 1899
“The Islands Lie under the Shelter of Our Flag,” an Extract from McKinley's Message to Congress, 1899, Dec.
The John P. Clum Lectures with Illustrations in National Tints, undated
Joseph P. McHugh & Company, undated
The Last Speech of President McKinley, and Extracts from Other Speeches, 1901, Sept. 5
Letter of William McKinley Accepting the Nomination of the Republican National Convention of 1900
“Liberty and Labor,” by McKinley, 1895, July 4
Liquor Traffic and Moral Conditions in the Philippines, 1901
List of Chairman and Secretaries of Republican State Committees, 1900
List of Congressional Nominees, 1900, Nov. 6
List of Officers and Clubs of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, 1897-1898
List of Senators of the Fifty-seventh Congress, 1901, July 25
Los Angeles-Pacific Railroad Company, undated
Lyman J. Gage's Report to Congress, 1900, Nov. 19
“Manifesto of the Cuban Revolutionary Party to the People of the United States of America,” undated
Marie Parcello, Musical Courier, undated
BOX 14:6 McKinley, William
In memoriam, 1901, Sept.
Introduction, undated
An observation, undated
McKinley Administration; "Afro-American Officeholders," 1900, Nov, 3
McKinley Ancestors in Chanceford, York County, Pa., undated
“The McKinleys and the Hobarts,” undated
“McKinley's Eloquent and Effective Responses, 1896, June-Aug.
McKinley's Letters of Acceptance
1896, Aug. 26
1900, Sept. 10
McKinley's Speech at the Marquette Club Banquet, Chicago, Ill., 1896, Feb. 12
Medical and Surgical Report of the Case of the Late President of the United States, by Presley M. Rixey, 1901, Sept. 6
Medical Supplies of the Medical Department of the Army, a Report, 1898, Oct. 11
Memoranda from Surgeon-General, U. S. A., 1898, Oct. 13
Memoranda Handed to the Chinese Minister, 1900, Aug. 8
Memorial Presented to the United States Commissioners, undated
“Men, Money, and Banks in the United States,” by Wallace A. Bartlett, 1896
Messages from the President of the United States
1898, Apr. 11
1898, Apr. 25
Messages of the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress
1897, Dec. 6
1898, Dec. 5
(2 folders)
(2 folders)
Military Career of Oliver O. Howard, undated
Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States, undated
Miliary Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 1899, Jan. 1
Military Order of Loyal Legion of the United States–In Memoriam, undated
Mines and Mining in the Black Hills, 1901
BOX 14:7 Miscellaneous Items
(5 folders)
BOX 14:8 (2 folders)
“The Monroe Doctrine: An Essay,” by A. F. Morrison, 1895, Dec. 9
“Mr. McKinley and His Administration,” 1900, June 17
“Mr. Carl Schurz in His Latest Attitude,” by Eugene Seeger, undated
“Mrs. Grundy and the Cabinet,” 1898, Aug. 12
National Businessmen's League, undated
National Platforms of 1896
National Platforms of the Republican, Democratic, and People's Parties in 1896
National Triumph, 1890, June
“The Nation's Choice: William McKinley of Ohio, the Peerless Champion of Protection,” undated
Natural Developments of the Mississippi Valley: Public Services of Chauncey I. Filley, 1896
New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association, 1900, Oct.
“No Vassal States, No Subject Peoples,” by George F. Hoar. 1898, Nov. 1
“The Nut-Shell: A Vest Pocket Library of Republican Facts,” 1900, July
Office of the Chief of Engineers, 1898, Sept. 27
Official Communications to the United States Senate, 1899
Official Documents from the Quartermaster-General, U. S. A., 1898, Oct. 14
Olympia Grand Self-Playing Music Box with Automatic Tune Changing Device, undated
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