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Subject File, circa 1890-1922 (continued)
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
Socialists
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
Articles on city government and reform by Whitlock, 1906-1912
Women's suffrage, 1906
Miscellaneous notes
BOX 64 REEL 29 Speeches and Addresses, circa 1893-1924
Printed and typewritten speeches and talks.
Arranged chronologically.
Container 64 has been reproduced on microfilm shelf no. 20,471, negative reel 29 (not a service copy).
BOX 64 REEL 29 1893, legislative correspondent
1904, 15 July, funeral oration for Sam Jones
1905
25 Jan., qualities of Robert Burns
12 July, memorial address on Sam Jones
1906, 23 June, funeral of G. B. Boone
1907, 19 July, city improvement
1908, 1 Sept., welcome to Grand Army of the Republic
1909
3 Jan., memorial services for F. S. Macomber
12 Oct., convention, Ohio Federation of Labor
30 Oct., closing mayoralty campaign
1910, 30 Sept., Lyman W. Wachenheimer
1911, 17 Sept., wreck of the Neno
1912, 12 June, new deal with the railway company
1913
4 Feb., William H. Maher
6 Feb., motion pictures exhibitors, Toledo
15 Apr., Peter Donnelly tablet unveiling
8 Oct., city of the future
1915, Nov., American quality in American literature
1916, 9 June, Mr. Heineman
1917
4 July
Tribute to fighting men
At tomb of Lafayette in Paris
25 Dec., at United States legation in Belgium; note of thanks
1918
26 June, American Red Cross
17 Dec., reunion of Belgium Chamber
1919
circa 4 July, Antwerp, Belgium, Independence Day speech
No day or month, "Quatre Discours"
1920, 19 Jan., commemoration of Emilo Varhaeren
1921
20 Jan., thanks for honor conferred by Belgians
28 July, new bibliothéque
1922, 17 Oct., L'Academie Royale de Langue
1924, 27 Aug., Belgian Academy
Undated
Synopsis of memorial address for Tom Johnson, 11 June [?]
Funeral oration for F. S. Macomber
Father O'Brien
Sinking of the home
A people free
Votes
Visit of General Dodge to Toledo
Labor
Address at Antwerp, Belgium
Belgian officials
Belgian honor
Acceptance of portrait
Communal Council at Liege
Morale of Belgians
Memorial Day address
Reception by tribunal
Aid to government by citizens
Address of thanks to Antwerp
Political issues in campaign
Departure of Americans from Belgium
Conditions in Belgium
Commission form of city government
Welcome to delegates to Toledo
BOX 65-100 Literary File, circa 1895-1933
Manuscripts of novels and short stories and literary notes, reviews, and comments on Whitlock and his work.
Arranged alphabetically by title of writing.
BOX 65 "America Citizen," outline
American commonwealth
Choice of greatest Americans by Whitlock, May 1907
"American Minister," synopsis of a play
"Anna Karenina," an introduction, 24 June 1929
"At a Summer Resort," poem by Whitlock, July 1911
"A Belgian Volunteer," poem by Whitlock, 1917
"Belgium"
Excerpt
Partial manuscript and notes
BOX 66 Second draft
BOX 67 Second draft
BOX 68 Final draft
BOX 69 "Big Matt," revised and final draft
BOX 70 "Blue Jacket," original manuscript
"Colonel John Boland"
Conditions in cities
"A Daughter of the Dunkards" original manuscript
"Davis McGowan, Attorney at Law"
"The Devourer," partial manuscript
"Dublin"
BOX 71 "Easter in Belgium," poem by Whitlock
"Education and Life," outline
"Epitro Amourcuse d'un Puriste," poem
"The Fall Guy," Saturday Evening Post, 1 Apr. 1911
"The Field of Honor"
"The Finals and Alice Gray," manuscript
"For Representative in Congress, Jerome B. Garwood," manuscript
French Academy of Language and Literature
Garland, Hamlin
"The Giant Muskrat," poem by Whitlock
"The Gold Brick," manuscript
"The Golden Rule at Work," outline
"Greenfield's First Campaign Fund," Ainslee's Magazine
BOX 72 "The Happy Average," manuscript
BOX 73 "The Has Been," partial manuscript
"The Has Been," Saturday Evening Post, 3 July 1909
"Infinite Variety," partial manuscript
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