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Series 14, Printed Matter, 1883-1902 (continued)
“A Republican Textbook for Colored Voters,” 1898
Residences of Officers of the Navy and Marine Corps in the District of Columbia
1886, Jan.
1893, Dec.
Residences of Officers of the U. S. Army in the District of Columbia, 1894, Dec. 5
“The Result of Three Years of Republican Supremacy,” by Joseph W. Babcock, 1900, May 28
“The Retention of the Philippine Islands,” by Henry Cabot Lodge, 1900, Mar. 7
Rochester Commercial Travelers' Constitution and List of Members, 1896, Sept. 12
Roll of Delegates to Seventh General Council, undated
Royal Institution of Great Britain, 1898, May 27
“Rufus Putman, Founder and Father of Ohio,” George F. Hoar, 1898, Sept. 17
Sacramento Greets the President of the United States, Sacramento, Calif., undated
“Sanitary Lessons of the War,” by George M. Sternberg, 1899, June 10
School Physiology Journal, 1899, June
“School Statistics and Morals,” by William T. Harris, 1893, Feb. 21
Second Annual Decoration Day Memorial Service, 1894, May 30
Sections from the United States Tariff of July 24, 1897, as Modified by the Pending French Treaty, 1900, Jan. 22
Senate
Bill S. 2355
Documents
No. 5, 1896, Mar. 19
No. 8, 1898, Dec.
No. 22, 1899, July 24
No. 42, 1898, Dec. 21
No. 68, 1897, Jan. 9
No. 70, 1888, Jan. 18
No. 90, 1901, Jan. 15
No. 94, 1897, Mar. 16
No. 96, 1874, Apr. 6
No. 96, 1899, Jan. 27
BOX 14:10 No. 102, 1898, Jan. 31
No. 109, 1899, Feb. 3
No. 109, Part 2, 1899, Mar. 3
No. 137, 1899, Feb. 25
No. 147, 1897, June 9
No. 164, 1900, Feb. 10
No. 168, 1900, Feb. 13
No. 170, 1898, Mar. 3
No. 196, 1900, Feb. 26
No. 253, 1900, Mar. 29
No. 310, 1900, Apr. 24
No. 312, 1900, Apr. 24
No. 343, 1900, May 9
No. 3703, 1897, Feb. 17
Executive Session, 1894, July 17
Report No. 532, 1884, May 10
Resolutions
No. 62, 1897, Apr. 19
No. 65, 1900, Jan. 4
No. 67, 1900, Jan. 8
No. 194, 1897, Dec. 13
No. 209, 1897, Dec. 18
No. 215, 1897, Dec. 18
No. 237, 1900, Mar. 31
No. 240, 1898, Jan. 19
No. 269, 1898, Feb. 8
No. 290, 1898, Feb. 25
No. 333, 1898, Apr. 4
No. 396, 1898, June 22
No. 437, 1898, Dec. 14
No. 476, 1899, Jan. 25
No. 483, 1899, Jan. 27
No. 503, 1899, Feb. 10
No. 8582, 1900, Mar. 30
Senate and House of Representatives, a Bill, 1898
“Shall We Lose Cuba?” by Frank A. Munsey, 1900
“Silver and Common Sense,” by George M. Coffin, 1896
The Sixty-third Annual Report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, 1900
Society of the Army of the Potomac, 1900, Apr. 10
Some Pictures about Quaint Things and a Few Words about Making the House Beautiful, 1898
Southern Female College, LeGrange, Ga., 1843-1898
Speeches
Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N.Y., 1898, Sept. 3
Chicago, Ill., 1899
BOX 14:11 Delivered to Republicans, by Albert J. Beveridge, 1900, Sept. 25
“The Democratic Tariff Outcome,” by Nelson Dingley, Jr., 1894, Aug. 13
Dinner of the Marquette Club, Chicago, Ill., Elihu Root, 1899, Oct. 7
National Association of Manufacturers of the United States Banquet, 1898, Jan. 27
“New England Against Free Wool,” by Nelson W. Aldrich, 1894, June 15
Ohio Republicans, 1895, Sept. 10
“Shall the Republic Do Its Own Work?” by John P. Jones, 1900
“Trusts and Trade Combinations,” by Charles G. Dawes, 1899, Oct. 17
Wilson Tariff Bill: Reciprocity Discussion, by Eugene Hale, 1894, June 29
Speeches of Henry S. Boutell, 1900, Feb.
Statistical Exhibit of Strength into Service during the War with Spain, 1899
Statistics of States of the Union Organized from Acquired Territory, undated
“Stillwell's Political Fables: The Demonetization of the Mule,” undated
“Stillwell's Political Fables: The World by the Tail with a Down Hill Pull,” 1896, Aug. 1
“A Story of Chickamauga,” by R. Stansbury Sutton, 1898, Oct. 8
“A Study of Children's Ideals,” by Estelle M. Darrah, 1898, May
The Successful American, 1901, Sept.-Oct.
Supplement to the Congressional Directory, 1895, Jan. 1
Supreme Court of the United States, 1900, Oct.
Surgeon-General's Office, 1898, Oct. 6
Telegram Sent to representatives of the United States in Berlin, Vienna, Paris, London, Rome, Tokyo, and St. Petersburg, 1900, Aug. 24
Telegram Sent to the United States Embassies in Berlin. London, Paris, Rome, and St. Petersburg, and to the United States Minister, Tokyo, 1900, Aug. 1
“Testimony to Jesus of Nazareth,” undated
Total Eclipse of the Sun: An Observation for Amateur Astronomers, 1900, May 28
Tour of the President to Chicago and the Northwest, 1899, Oct.
Tour of the President to the Pacific Coast, 1901, Apr.-June
“The Treasury Condition,” by Nelson Dingley, Jr., 1896, Feb. 5
Treaty of Peace between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain, 1899, Apr. 11
“Trolley Trips: The Historic New England Coast,” by Katharine M. Abbott, 1899
“The Truth about Bimetallism,” by M. M. Kirkman, undated
Uncle Sam's Balance Sheet, 1900
Union League Club: Exercises in Commemoration of the Birthday of Washington, 1900, Feb. 22
Union League Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1900
United States Bonds, Paper Currency, Coin, Production of Precious Metals, Etc., 1896, July 1
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 1894, June 11
“The United States of Venezuela and of General Ignacio Andrade,” undated
United States Senators from Massachusetts, 1789-1877
“The Use of Higher Education,” 1898, May 31
Virginia Hot Springs, 1898, Aug.
“The War and Its Fruits,” by Charles Emory Smith, undated
War Department
1898
Circular No. 6, 1897, Oct. 22
General Orders No. 91, 1899, May 6
Headquarters of Department of Porto Rico, 1899, Feb. 20-Nov. 19
“Washington: An Oration Delivered at the Academy of Music, Philadelphia,” by Martin Russell Thayer, 1897, Feb. 22
“What the South Is Doing for Education and What Education is Doing for the South,” by William T. Harris, 1895, Oct. 26
“Who Will Haul Down the Flag?” by J. C. Sibley, 1900, Feb. 1
“Why Do We Never Hear Any Good Spoken of Tammany Hall?” undated
Woman's Appeal to All Legal Voters of This Country, 1900, Nov.
“Young Men of the Navy,” undated
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