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Subject File, circa 1890-1922 (continued)
Extract on the history of the Belgium flag
Festivities in Belgium, 4 Aug. 1924
First days of the war, Aug. 1914
Flemish problem
Address by Louis Franck
German laws in Belgium
German occupational conditions, 22 Apr. 1915
Alexander Halot and prison sentence
Honors bestowed upon Whitlock by the Belgians, 1919
Indemnity, Feb. 1915
Belgians honor U.S. Independence Day, 4 July 1918
BOX 61not filmed Belgian integrity
Article on the king and queen
"La Belgique aux Etats-Unis D'Amerique, a poem
La Collegiale de Brusselles
Lille and Indomnity, 23 Jan. 1915
Loans to farmers
Military governor
Military movements
Comte von Moltke
National anthem
News despatches on the war, circa Mar. 1917
News despatches, 1916
Belgian newspapers sent to London, 1914, 1915
Burgermeister Lemonnier, 12 Aug. 1916
Notes and bibliography on the history of Belgium
Note of thanks to Whitlock for U.S. aid, 19 July 1919
German notices, 1915
Notices, regulations, and other items, by von Bissing
Orders concerning Belgian men, 7 Nov. 1916
Note to papal nonce, 28 June 1922
Reunion of Parliament
Persons to whom Whitlock medallions were sent
Right of ownership of pigeons, 9 Sept. 1916
Poem on Belgian destitute
Press release on vacation of Whitlock
Belgian prisoners
Protest of Belgian government to Germans
Regulations under the occupation, Mar.-Apr. 1915
Relief in Belgium, 1914-1917
Removal of American legation
Requisitions imposed upon Belgians by the Germans
Royal Commission of Patronages
Ruhr Valley
Russian relations
Situation under the occupation, 1917
Belgian songs
Syllabus of parliamentary history, 1922
Count Torring
Article, "Under the Occupation," by Whitlock, 1918
United States role in European war
The Villalobar monster, article on the Spanish minister, Jan. 1934
Visit to United States of king and queen, 1919
War conditions, Mar. 1917
White Book, May 1915
Madame Wiart condemned to prison, May 1915
Itinerary of President Wilson in Belgium
Zimmerman Note, 31 Jan. 1917
BOX 62 REEL 27 Toledo, Ohio
John Peter Altgeld, 25 June 1917
Tablets on grave of John Peter Altgeld, 1902
Application for bond, 1913
Application of congressional representative of Ohio, 1909
Appointment book, occasional entries, 1909
Arrests made, July 1900-1909
Availability of Whitlock
Resolution of barbers union
Bonds of city of Cleveland, Ohio, 5 July 1912
Bridge contract, 3 Mar. 1910
Bridge controversy, 29 Sept. 1906
Bridge erection
Campaign books, 1907, 1909
Political cartoons of Toledo News Bee, 1907
Certificates of membership and election, 1888-1913
Cherry St. Bridge statistics
City government, 1903
City government, suggestions for new charter, 30 Mar. 1908
City government and police, Mar. 1910
Request for commutation of sentence
Council of Toledo city, 10 July 1911
Appointment of county visitors, 1902, 1911
Crimes and criminals
Development of Toledo, 27 Feb. 1906
Freedom of speech in Toledo
Whitlock as guardian of estate memoranda book entries, Sept.-Dec. 1904
Cost of proposed improvements for Toledo
Independent movement
Institute on Municipal and Social Service
Interview with Whitlock
Justice in the courts
Notes on labor
Notes on Lake Shore Electric Railway Co.
"On the Enforcement of Law in Cities", 1910
American Institute of Criminal Law
Memorandum book on finances as a lawyer, 1897, 1898, 1899
BOX 63 REEL 28 Municipal code
Municipal government; reform
"Old Guard", 7 July 1908
Address by M. Paternotte in Toledo, 4 July 1918
Appointment petition
Plea for unity among citizens of Toledo
Police court
Political platform
Local politics
Politics and men
Port Clinton Convention, 29 Sept. 1906
Prison and criminal law reform
Toledo public schools, 16 Nov. 1910
Capital punishment
Capital punishment, "Thou Shalt Not Kill"
Religion and tolerance
L. G. Richardson, mayoralty race
Schoolchildren, 4 Mar. 1909
Secor Hotel
State of Ohio, nomination by petition, 1909
Street railway, 1902
Teamsters strike
Territorial prosecuting prerogatives
Typographical union, 3 Oct. 1909
Whitlock as mayor, Apr. 1911
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