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Subject File, 1897-1940 (continued)
“The Music and Theater,” by Raymundo C. Bañas, 1924
“The Philippine Revolution,” book typescript by Apolinario Mabini
Rizal, José, photocopies of drawings, manuscripts, etc.
BOX 35 Rodriguez, Eulogio Balan
Lecture on Bataan Province, 1926
Lists of eminent Filipinos, 1925
Notes, writings on heroes, 1926
On José Rizal, 1925
On Tavera's excursion to Naic, Cavite, 1925
“Rajahs or Kings Met by Magellan,” 1926
Tavera, T. H. Pardo de, address on Yangoo, 1924
Thesis, “The Literature of the Propaganda Movement, 1882-1895,” by Paz T. Policarpio, 1925
Prompt copies
“Romeo and Juliet” (Julia Marlowe)
“The Cenci” (Julia Marlowe)
“The Duchess of Malfi”
“The Pierrot of Minuet” (Julia Marlowe)
“The Spanish Gypsy”
Shakespeare (typescripts)
“As You Like It” (prompt copy?)
“Much Ado about Nothing” (prompt copy?)
“The Merchant of Venice”
BOX 36 Unknown author, typescript, “Anne Boleyn”
For anthology or lecture?
Miscellaneous (unknowns, poetry club)
Twenty-five Americans, unknowns, etc.
For lectures [?]
John Hay and Lowell
Wordsworth, Shelley, and others
Polovtsev, V. N., “Some Practical Propositions” (on Russia and Allied economics), circa 1918
Russell, Abby Osborne Rust
On “Hamlet” and notes, circa 1900
On “King Lear,” 1899, Dec. 13-20[?]
On Shakespeare and plays, circa 1900
On “The Winter's Tale,” circa 1900
Miscellaneous printed matter
Russell, Lizzie, essay, 1878
Exiles, Alexander M. Lockwitzky, 1904-1916
Postcards and notes, circa 1917
Root Commission
Log and photograph index , 1917, June 1-Aug. 8
Newspaper (Russian), 1917
Report, 1917, June-July (folder 1 includes appendices 1-5;
folder 2 includes appendices 6-13)
Stafford, Wendell Phillips, poems, essay on Civil War, note (1940), undated
William, Maurice, report, “The Cause and Cure of the Sino-Japanese Conflict” (for League of Nations), 1932-1933
BOX 37-47 Writings, 1896-1940
Articles, books, essays, fiction, lectures, notes, poems, a play, and a report.
Arranged alphabetically by type of writing and therein by title or topic.
BOX 37 Articles
“A Note about Good Business”
“After Parliaments, What?,” circa 1925
“Allegretto no Marciale” (on Latin Press Union), circa 1915
“America Comes Out of the Musical Neolithic,” circa 1928
“Being an Attraction” (on the Chautauqua)
“Brahms Symphony No. 1" (with Margaret Tolson)
“Civil War History as Taught in Certain Text Books,” circa 1932
“In Defense of Journalese”
“International House” (by W. J. Rutledge)
“Is God Dead?” (on wars), circa 1925
“Journalism for Revenue Only,” proofs
“Late Styles in Dictatorships” (Italy), circa 1926
“Machines That Crashed to Earth” (on Marne and Jutland battles)
“Off the Chart and on a Lee Shore” (introduction to American history), 1923
American ideals, South Seas, circa 1919
Anti-Semitism, circa 1925
British propaganda in United States, circa 1925
Britten, Henry
Hyndman, Henry M.
British propaganda (three articles), circa 1919
Democracy (last chapter, “And this Signifies” or “Hence We Infer”)
Democracy, circa 1925
Foreign trade, circa 1903
Freight, railroads, including notes, circa 1910
BOX 38 “Oil scandal” and election
Palestine, Zionism, H. Libinsky, 1939
Paris murders
Breton, Jacques
Menaud, Catherine
Mercier, Eloise
Valeton, Jules
Peace Conference, circa 1919
Possibility of war, (Carlsbad), circa 1930
Senate speeches
Vivisection, by W. J. Rutledge, circa 1938
Voice quality
War debts, circa 1922
War debts, repudiation, circa 1914
“Some Notes on the Shakespearean Technique”
“That Eiffel Tower,” 1909
“The Assault on Democracy,” circa 1925
“The Badge of our Tribe” (fragments)
“The Day of the Two Americas” (foreign trade), circa 1913
“The Hatred Factory” (notes)
“The Influence of Washington Society on National Politics” (proofs), circa 1925
“The Judicial Murder of Prof. Ferrar” (Barcelona)
“The Labor Situation in England,” circa 1930
“The Magazine Soft Pedal”
“The Mayor of Senlis” (by W. J. Rutledge), 1915
“The Murders at the Dally House and Elsewhere” (copper mining)
Hunta, John (defense of)
MacDonald, W. J.
“The Mysterious Octopus” (proof) (lumber trusts), 1912
“The Old and the New Systems” (Russia)
“The Phantom Host That Never Came,” (conscription), circa 1915
“The Political Aspirations of the Polish Nation,” circa 1917
“The Political Campaigns of 1920 and 1924,” circa 1925
BOX 39 “The Race Problem in America,” circa 1925
“The Swiss National Game” (singing)
“The Wonder of the Monocle” (also “The New Era in Men's Attire,” by W. J. Rutledge), circa 1911
“Transportation for Seven Years” (British labor unions)
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