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E. Merton Coulter pamphlet collection

E. Merton Coulter pamphlet collection

Descriptive Summary

Title: E. Merton Coulter pamphlet collection
Creator: Coulter, E. Merton (Ellis Merton), 1890-1981
Inclusive Dates: 1830-1989
Language(s): English
Extent: 17 Linear Feet 42 document boxes, 1 half box
Collection Number: ms2334
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Ellis Merton Coulter (1890-1981) was born in Catawba County, North Carolina. He studied at the University of North Carolina and the University of Wisconsin, then began teaching at the University of Georgia in 1919. He became head of the history department in 1941 and retired as professor emeritus in 1958.

Scope and Content

The collection contains pamphlets arranged alphabetically by subject heading. The collection primarily deals with topics pertaining to Georgia and the south. The subject headings incliude WWI, American history, railroads, and biography and historiography sections.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged by subject heading, alphabetically.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

E. Merton Coulter pamphlet collection, ms2334, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2009 December 30.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Associations, institutions, etc. -- Georgia.
Georgia -- Description and travel.
Georgia -- History.
Language and languages.
Medicine -- History.
Race relations.
South Carolina -- History.
Southern States -- History.
United States -- History.
University of Georgia -- Faculty
World War, 1914-1918 -- Pamphlets.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Pamphlets.
World history.

Related Collections in this Repository

Related collections in this repository include E. Merton Coulter papers, ms309, E. Merton Coulter personal papers, ms 1710, E. Merton Coulter manuscripts, ms1750, E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection, ms2018, E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection II, ms2345, Ellis Merton Coulter Georgia Waters manuscript, ms998

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


1. Agriculture and Mineralogy

11"Agriculture and Country Life," North Carolina Library Commission, Raleigh, N.C., No. 5, 1913
12"Alabama Ginner's Assoc. First Annual Meeting," Atlanta Envelope Co., Atlanta, Ga., 1902
13"Beautiful Premiums," Brown and William Tobacco Corp., Catalog No. 12
(catalog for B and W coupons)
14Brooks, Robert P. "The American Cotton Assoc.," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. XIX, No. 2, (reprint), 1920 April
15"Catalogue of Presents," American Cigar Co., 1902
16"Catalogue of Presents," Florodora Tag Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1904
17Chilsolm, C.A., "Planters Pocket Companion," Etiwan Phosphate Co., Charleston, S.C., 1880
18"Cobalt The Rich New Silver District," issued by the General Passenger Dept., Toronto, Canada, 1908
19"Cotton Exchange Convention," Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, Augusta, Ga. (reprint), 1874 June 10
110"Cotton from Field to Fabric," Georgia Power Co., Atlanta, Georgia, 1937
111Forest History, Forest History Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1961 Spring
112Geiser, Samuel Wood, "Horticulture and Horticulturists In Early Texas," Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas, Texas, 1945
113Holland, James W. "The Beginning of Public Agricultural Experimentation In America," Agricultural History, Vol. 12, No. 3 (reprint), 1938 July
114House, Albert V. Jr., "Charles Manigault's Essay on The Open Planting of Rice," Agricultural History, Vol. 16, pp. 184-193. (reprint), 1942 October (10p)
115Knowlson, John C., The Complete Farrier, or Horse Doctor, Wilson and Co., Brother Jonathan Press, New York, 1850
116Land, Aubrey C., "The Tobacco Staple and The Planter's Problems: Technology, Labor and Crops," Agricultural History, University of Ca. Press, Vol. XLIII, No. 1, 1969 January
117Malin, James C., "Man, the State of Nature and Climax" The Scientific Monthly, Vol. LXXIV, No. 1 (reprint), 1952 January
118Malin, James C., "Soil, Animal, and Plant Relations of the Grassland, Historically Reconsidered," The Scientific Monthly, Vol. LXXVI, No. 4 (reprint), 1953 April
119Mather, Eugene, "The Production and Marketing of Wyoming Beef Cattle," Economic Geography, Vol. 26, No. 2 (reprint), 1950 April
120Miller, August circa Jr., "Jefferson As An Agriculturist," Agricultural History, Vol. 16, pp.65-78, (reprint), 1942 April
121"No-To-Bac" Cures for kicking the Smoker's Habit, Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago, Il., 1890
122Owens, Hubert B., "Landscape Practice In Galicia," The American Camillia Yearbook, (reprint), 1961
123Patton, E.E., "I Want to Go Back," Knoxville, Tenn.
124"Pine into Paper," Georgia Power Co., Atlanta, Georgia, 1930
125Pollan, A.A., "The United Fruit Co. and Middle America," New School for Social Research, New York, 1944 (2 copies)
126"Premium List, Rules and Regulations of the Second Annual Fair of the Catawba Agricultural Industrial Assoc." Enterprise Office, Newton, N.C., 1889
127Prunty, Merle Jr., "Land Occupancy In the Southeast; Landmarks and Forecast," The Geographical Review, Am. Geographical Society, New York, Vol. XLII, No. 13. (reprint), 1952
128Prunty, Merle Jr., "Recent Quantitative Changes In the Cotton Region of The Southeastern States," Economic Geography, Vol. 27, No. 3 (reprint), 1951 July
129Prunty, Merle Jr., "Soybeans In The Lower Mississippi Valley," Economic Geography, Vol. 26, No. 4, (reprint), 1950 October
130Ransdell, Joseph E., "The Cotton Industry," Remarks in the U.S. Senate, 1927 February 25
131Rutherford, Mildred Lewis, "King Cotton," Athens, Georgia
132Schmidt, Louis Bernard, "The History of American Agriculture As A Field of Research," Agricultural History, No. 14, pp.117-126, 1940 July (10p)
133Shackelford, Thos. J., "Art In Agriculture," Athens, Georgia, 1931 June 15
134Smith, Gerald Judson, "The Agrarian Thought of John Donald Wade," The Marshallville Foundation, Carrollton, Georgia, 1971 September
135Todd, H.P., "Industrialization in The South and It's Relation to Agriculture," Memphis, Tennessee, 1951 February 5
136"The University of New Mexico Bulletin," University of New Mexico Press, Alburquerque, NM., 1936
137Yeo, Cedric A., "The Development of The Roman Plantation and Marketing of Farm Products," J.C.B. Moore, 1952
138"Sundown Nurseries," Marshallville, Georgia, 1948-1949

2. American History

21Adams, Henry, "The Adams Mansion," Adams Memorial Society, Quincy, Mass., 1935
22Ambler, Charles H., "The Oregon Country, 1810-1830: A Chapter in Territorial Expansion," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXX, No. 1, 1943 June
23"The American Friends of Lafayette," (roster), Secirca Ed., 1934 January
24Anderson, Frank W., Bill Miner, Train Robber, Frontier Book No. 7, Available from Frontiers Unlimited
25"The Atlas of Congressional Roll Calls," Columbia University Press, New York, 1940
26Atwood, Albert W., Growing With Washington, Judd and Detweiler, Inc., Washington, D.C., 1948
27B., A.H., "The Main Boundary Line," Supplement to Marietta College Bulletin, Vol. VII, No. 1, 1908 October
28Bailey, Thomas A., "Madison and the Second War For Independence," The American Pageant, D.circa Health and Co., 1956
29Barnhart, John D., "The Southern Influence in The Formation of Ohio," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. III, No. 1, 1937 February
210Barnhart, John D., "A New Letter About The Massacre At Fort Dearborn," The Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. XLI, pp.187-189, 1945 June (3p)
211Barnwell, Robert Woodward Sr., "Sherman and Grant Contrasted"
212Bender, A.B., "Frontier Defense in The Territory of New Mexico, 1846-1853," New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. IX, No.3 (reprint), 1934 july
213Bidlack, Russell E., "John Allen and The Founding of Ann Arbor," University of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1962
214Bidlack, Russell E., "The Yankee Meets the Frenchman," Historical Socirca of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1965
215Bieber, Ralph P., "Letters of William Carr Lane 1852-1854," Hist. Socirca of New Mex. Pub. In Hist., El Palacio Press, Sante Fe, Vol. VI, 1928 April
216Bigelow, Martha M., "The Political Services of William Alanson Howard," Michigan History (reprint), 1958 March
217Blair, Francis P., "Biographical Sketch of General William O. Butler," Congressional Globe Office, Washington, 1848
218Bonham, Milledge L. Jr., "New York and The Election of 1860," New York History, Vol. XV, No.2, 1934 April
219Brown, Ida C., "Michigan Men In The Civil War," Mich. Hist. Collections, University of Mich., Bulletin No.9, Sup. II, 1966 August
220Brown, G.I., "Spanish War Veterans Poems," Black-Empire Print, Concordia, Kansas
221"Bulletin De L'institut Napolèon", 1953 July
222Bullock, Charles J., "The Finances of The United States From 1775 to 1789, With Special Reference to the Budget," University of Wiscirca Press, Madison, Wisc., 1895
223Carpenter, Garrett R., "Silkville: A Kansas Attempt in The History of Fourierist Utopias, 1869-1892," The Emporia State Research Studies, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas, Vol. 3, No.2, 1954 December
224Carson, Joseph, "The Surprising Adventures of The Brigantine Rebecca," Am. Antiquarian Soc., Worcester, Mass., 1951
225The Challange of The Mountains, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 1900-1910
226Clark, Thomas D., "Hoosiers, Suckers and Red Horses," The Wabash Bulletin, Vol. XLI, No. 1, Crawfordville, Ind., (reprint)
227Clark, Walter, "Some Defects In The Constitution of The United States", 1960 April 27
an address
228"Colonial America and Early New South Wales: Introductory Notes," Historical Studies of Austrailia and New Zealand, (reprint), 1959 November
229"The Conestoga Wagon," Historical Pennsylvania Leaflet Series, No.5
230"Contested Election Case of Henry Frank vs. Liorello H. La Guardia", 1922
a brief for contestant
31Dabney, William M., "After Saratoga: The Story of The Convention Army," University of NM Press, Albuquerque, 1954
32Destler, Chester McA., "The Origin and Character of The Pendleton Plan," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXIV, No.2 (reprint), 1937 September
33Destler, Chester McA., "A Rejoinder to Mr. Grodinsky's Standard Oil-Erie Ring," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXIII, No.4 (reprint), 1947 March
34Destler, Chester McA., "The Standard Oil, Child of The Erie Ring, 1868-1872," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1 (reprint), 1946 June
35Diamond, Kristol, and Nutter, The American Revolution: Three Views, American Brands, Inc., New York, 1975
36Dickerson, O.M., "A Discussion of The Papers on The American Revolution By Professors L.A. Harper and Winfred T. Root," The Canadian Historical Review, 1942 March
37Doolen, Richard M., "Michigan Polar Bears," University of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1965
38Eleazer, Robert B., "America's Tenth Man," Conference on Education and Race Relations, Atlanta, Georgia, 1933
39Ellis, Challen B. and Smith, Hoke, "Plaintiff's Brief on Special Demurrer To Amended Petition," U.S. Court of Claims, No.C-927
310"The First Iron Works Restoration," Am. Iron and Steel Institute, New York, 1953
311Fish, Carl Russell, "The Frontier, A World Problem," Wisconsin Magazine of History , Vol. I, No.2 (reprint), 1917 December
312Flandrau, Grace, "The Columbia River Historical Expedition of 1926", 1926
313Galpin, W. Freeman, "The American Grain Trade Under The Embargo of 1808," Journal of Economic and Business History, Vol. II, No. 1 (reprint), 1929 November
314Galpin, W. Freeman, "Early Peace Efforts In Rhode Island," Adovocate of Peace (reprint), 1930 August
315Gibson, Lawrence Henry, "The American Revolution As An Aftermath of The Great War For The Empire 1754-1763," Academy of Political Science, New York, 1950
316GoodyKoontz, Colin B., "The Progressive Movement In Colorado, 1910-1912," University of Colorado Studies, Series c, Vol. 1, No.2 (reprint), 1941 May
317Green, Fletcher M., "A People At War," The Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. XL, No.4 (reprint), 1945 December
318Hamer, Marguerite B., "Luring Canadian Soldiers Into Union Lines During The War Between The States," The Canadian Historical Review, 1946 June
319Hammond, George P., Coronado's Seven Cities, U.S. Coronado Exposition Comm., Albuquerque, NM, 1940
320Higgins, C.A., To California, Passenger Dept., Sante Fe, Chicago, 1908
321Hofstadter, Samuel H., "The Fifth Amendment and The Immunity Act of 1954," The Fund For The Republic
322Hulbert, Archer Butler, "The Provincial Basis of Patriotism," The F.J. Heer Printing Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1929
323The Indian, The Northwest, Chicago and North Western Railway.Co., Chicago, Ill., 1901
324"Instructions For Commanding Officers On Election Day," Police Dept., New York, 1922 September 25
325"Jamestown Exposition", 1907
326Johnson, Ludwell H.,""The Butler Expedition of 1861-1862" Civil War History, Vol. XI, No.3 (reprint), 1965
327Johnson, Ludwell H., "Contraband Trade During The Last Year of The Civil War," The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XLIX, No.4 (reprint), 1963
328Johnson, Ludwell H., "Notes and Documents, Lincoln and Equal Rights," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XXXII, No. 1 (reprint), 1966
41Jones, Wilbur D. and Vinson, J. Chal, "British Preparedness and The Oregon Settlement," The Pacific Historical Review, Vol. XXII, No.4 (reprint), 1953
42Klyberg, Albert T., "Notes On A Tour. . .," University of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1967
43Koeppel, Adolph,"The 1765 Tax Stamps For America," Am. Revenue Assoc., Boyertown, Pa., 1962
44Koerner, J.D., "The Last of The Muckrake Men," The South Atlantic Quarterly, (reprint), 1956
45Lexington Sesqui-Centennial Jubilee Celebration Official Program and Symposium of Tributes, General Comm., 1925 (2 items)
46Lucas, Henry S., "Ebenezer," Netherland Info. Bureau, New York, 1947
47Lyman, Clarence A., "Fertile Lands of Colorado," The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, 1909
48Mahony, Thomas H., "The Monroe Doctrine," Knights of Columbus Historical Comm., 1921
49March, David D., "The Missouri Radicals and The Re-election of Lincoln," Mid-America, Vol. 34, New Series, Vol. 23, No.3, (reprint)
410"Masonic Honors in Memory of Dr. Elisha Kent Kane", 1857
411Mecham, J. Lloyd, "The Real de Minas As A Political Issue," The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. VII, No. 1 (reprint), 1927
412Merk, Frederick, "Eastern Antecedents of The Grangers," Agricultural History, Vol. 23, No. 1 (reprint), 1949
413Miller, H.G. and Watson, A.R., "President Zachary Taylor Sesqui-Centennial Celebration", 1934
414Montgomery, Horace, "The Newspaper Petticoat Fans of General George B. McClellan," University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1968
415Montgomery, Horace, "A Union Officer's Recollections of The Negro As A Soldier," Pennsylvania History Quarterly Journal, Vol. XXVIII, No.2 (reprint), 1961
416Morison, Samuel Eliot, "Prelude to Independence," Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Va., 1951
417Murdock, Richard K., "Benidict Arnold and The Owners of The Charming Nancy," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. XXXIV, No. 1, 1960
418Murdock, Richard K., "A Case of Salem Hospitality," Essex Institute Historical Collections
419McCaleb, Walter F., "Early Pattern for Tyranny in The U.S.," The Texas Quarterly, Vol. II, No.4 (reprint), 1959
420McCreary, James B., "Speech In The House of Representatives," Washington, D.C., 1896
421Nussbaum, Frederick L., "American Tobacco and French Politics 1783-1789," Acad. of Pol. Sc., New York, 1925
422Oliver, John William, "Science and The Founding Fathers'," University of Pitt., Pa., 1939
423Osborn, Stellanova, "Some Sidelights on The Battle of Tippecanoe," Lafayette, Ind., 1943
424"Our Defense Forces," Amsterdam Print, and Litho. Co., Amsterdam, N.Y., 1941
425Parish, John Carl, "The Emergence of The Idea of Manifest Destiny," University of Cal. Press, L.A., Cal., 1932
426Parker, John, "The Great Lakes and The Great Rivers," Historical Socirca of Mich., Lansing, Mich., 1965
427Patterson, circa Perry, "In Re The United States vs. The Curtiss-Wright Corp.," Texas Law Review (reprint), 1944
428Patterson, circa Perry, "State Sovereignty vs. National Sovereignty Prior to 1789," New York University Law Quarterly Review, Vol. XXIV (reprint), 1949
429"The Sesquicentennial International Expo. of Phil.", 1926
430Presidents, compliments of M.M. Bernstein, Amsterdam Print, and Litho. Co., Amsterdam, N.Y., 1932, 1940 (3 items)
descritive pamphlets
431Pruffer, Julius F. and Folmesbee, Stanley J., "American Political Parties and Presidential Elections," McKinley Pub. Co., Phil, Pa., 1928
432Quaife, M.M., "The Ohio Campaigns of 1782," Mississippi" Valley Historical Review , Vol. XVII, No.4 (reprint), 1931
433Ravensway, Charles Van, "The Story of Old Sturbridge Village," The Newcomen Socirca In North Am., New York, 1965
51Richards, Allan R., "War Labor Boards In The Field," The James Sprunt Studies, University of N. circa Press, Chapel Hill, Vol. 35, 1953
52Richardson, Lyon N., "Men of Letters and The Hayes Admin.," The New England Quarterly, Vol. XV, No. 1 (reprint), 1942
53Roebling, Schoonover, and Smith, "Military Order of The Loyal Legion of The United States," Circirca No.3, Series of 1919, No. 874, Phil., Pa., 1919
54Ross, Nellie Tayloe, "Tolerance and Governor Smith," Western States, Smith for Pres. Assoc., Ogden, Utah.
55Rutherford, Mildred Lewis,"Four Addresses," The Mildred Rutherford Historical Circle, Birmingham, Ala., 1916
56Schleuter, Herman, "Karl Marx and The Civil War," Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas
57Shryock, Richard H., "The Pennsylvania Germans in American History," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. LXIII, No.3 (offprint), 1939
58Simmons, Parker P. "Extracts From John Wintrop's History of New England," American History Leaflets, A. Lovell and Co., No.31, 1910
59Smith, Don, "Educational Charts", 1945 (2 copies)
510"Synopsis of American History and Politics", 1880
511Talmadge, John E., "A Peace Movement In Civil War Conn.," The New England Quarterly, Vol. XXXVII, No.3 (reprint), 1964
512"Tercentary Commision of The State of Conn., Supplementary Program No.2,", 1935
513Tichenor, H.M., When The Puritans Were In Power, Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 286, Haldman-Julius Co., Girard, Kansas
514Titan of Chasms, Passenger Dept., The Santa Fe Railway, Chicago, 1908
515Tucker, H. St.G., "Censure of Ambassador Bayard Speech," In the House of Rep., Washington, 1896
516Tulley, Walter, "The Presidential Recorder," The Charts Co., Jackson Heights, N.Y., 1949
517Vogel, Virgil J., "Indian Place Names in Illinois," The Ill. States Hist. Soc., Pamphlet Series No.4, Springfield, Ill., 1963
518Mr. Webster's Arguement in the Supreme Crt. of the U.S., in the case of Martin Luther vs. Luther M. Borden and Others, On the Rhode Island Question, J. and G.S. Gideon, Washington, 1848
519Webster, Daniel, Speeches given to him by the Reform Convention of Maryland, Gideon and Co., Printers, Washington, 1851
520Weeks, O. Douglas, "The Election of 1928," The Southwestern Political and Social Science Quarterly, Vol. IX, No.3, Austin, Texas (reprint), 1928
521Williams, T.J.C., The State of Maryland, The Sun Job Printing Office, Baltimore,MD, 1906
522Wilson, Harriett Dawes, Julia Cutler and Morgan's Raid, Richardson Printing Corp., Marietta, Ohio, 1961
523"Wisconsin Then and Now," State Hist. Socirca of Wis., Madison, Wis., Vol. VII, No.3, 1960
524Wroth, Lawrence C., "Tobacco Or Codfish," The New York Pub. Library, N.Y., 1954

3. Athens Clubs and Organizations

61Annual Reports of First Methodist Church, 1957-1975 (5 items)
62"Athens High School Graduation Exercises," Athens, Georgia, 1937
63Beaumont, Charles, "The Windows of Emmanuel Church," Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Athens, Georgia, 1979
64Children of The Confederacy-Georgia Division, 1949 (5 items)
65Church, 1909-1978 (29 items)
66Church, 1908-1968 (17 items)
histories, sermons, articles and 1 letter
67Clarke County Juvenile Court Annual Report, Clarke County Mental Health Assoc., Athens Comm. Council on Aging, Boys Club of Athens, 1956-1975 (6 items)
68B.A.O.E., Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs, 1905-1977 (13 items)
programs, newsletters, membership info., history of Rotary, notice of ballot
69Dale Carnegie Club, 1950 (1 item)
list of Organizations
610Athens and Cloverhurst Country Clubs, 1949-1970 (6 items)
rules card, calender of events, charters, programs
611Commercial Club, 1895 (2 items)
612Garden Clubs, 1950-1972 (8 items)
invitations, yearbooks
613Wednesday Study Club and Reading Club, 1945-1966 (3 items)
by laws and history, Membership role
614Woman's Club, 1933-1969 (10 items)
programs, dedication speech, invitations
615Delta Kappa Gamma Soc., 1952-1970 (16 items)
616Directories and memberships of First Methodist Church and Central Presbyterian Church and teachers guide, 1920-1971 (8 items)
617Dobyns, Rev. W.R., "As So," Laymen's Missionary Movement, Presbyterian Church, Athens, Georgia
618General Time Corp.-Athens Division, 1954
619History of Athens, Georgia Socirca Colonial Dames of America, 1932
71Junior Assembly, programs, 1967, 1970 (2 items)
72Library Materials, 1893-1897 (3 items)
73Miscirca items, 1877-1911
offering envelopes, church cloth
74Morris, Sylvanus, Athens, Georgia, 1887
a speech, Chronicle Book and Job Office
75The Newcomen Socirca of England, 1951
Seating list for dinner
76Plans for the building of the new church, 1962 (2 items)
77OES No.268, 1952
78"Shorter Catechism," Presbyterian Comm. of Pub., Richmond, Va., 1861
79Southeast Five Points Neighborhood Assoc.
710"The Voice," Newsletter for Presbyterian Student Center, Vol. II, No 4, 1957

4. Athens Ephemera

711Baptist Church articles, 1909-1980 (18 items)
includes: histories, newsletter, directories, reviews
712Catholic Church, 1956-1967 (23 items)
articles, includes: invitations, newsletters, programs, letters
713Emmanuel Church, 1895-1976 (33 items)
articles, includes: newsletters, programs, invitations, directories, letters
714Marshall, Charlotte Thomas, "Glimpses Into The Ante-bellum History of The First Baptist Church", 1981
715Miscirca items, 1890-1979 (20 items)
includes: brochures, directory, calender of events, historical sketches, statistics on Athens, high school monthly, bulletins
716Programs for plays, churches, 1897-1918 (10 items)
717Watson, Thomas E., "The African", 1912

5. Biography

81Akin, John W., "The Poet Bleckley," The Franklin Printing and Pub. Co., 1895
82Anderson, Archer, "Robert Edward Lee," Lee Monument Assoc., Richmond, Va., 1890
83Avis, William H., "The World's Greatest Debt to Genius: Eli Whitney," Conn. Mag., No.5, 1905
84Bald, F. Clever, "Gabriel Richard," Mich. Hist. Collections, No.2, 1967
85Bolton, Herbert Eugene, "Palou and His Writings," University of Cal. Press, Berkeley, Cal.
86Bonisteel, Roscoe O., "John Monteith," Mich. Hist. Col., No. 15, 1967
87Burnett, Frances Hodgson, "Kate Douglas Wiggin," Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston and N.Y.
88"Sketch of the Life and Public Services of Gen. Lewis Cass," Washington, D.C., 1848
89Chinard, Lilbert, "Thomas Jefferson As A Classical Scholar," The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine. Vol. XVIII, No.4, reprint, 1930 (2 copies)
810 The Church Magazine , 1887
810aCoulter, E.M. "Old Tub: Campus character"
811Creenshaw, Ollinger, "The Knights of The Golden Circle: The Career of George Bickley," American Historical Review, Vol. XLII, No. 1 (reprint), 1941
812"Presentation of the portrait of John Chistoph Blucher Ehringhaus to the state of North Carolina," Raleigh, N.C., 1960
813"Howard Van Epps," The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, James T. White and Co., New York, 1900
814Fant, H.B., "Richard George Wood, 1900-1967," The American Archivist, Vol. 30, No.2 (reprint), 1967
815Gaines, Francis Pendleton, "Cyrus Hall McCormick," Washington, D.C., 1935
816"The Story of Mr. Jay Gould," told by himself, The Am. News Co. New York, 1883
817Hamiton, J.circa de Roulhac, "Life of Andrew Johnson," The Mothers Club of Greenville, Tenn., 1928
818Harwell, Richard Barksdale, "John Esten Cooke, Civil War Correspondent," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XIX, No.4 (reprint), 1953
819Hill, Joseph M., "Daniel Harvey Hill" Arkansas Hist. Comm., 1948
820Hodgson, Mary Anne, "Charlie Strahan," The Beehive Press Savannah, Georgia, 1980
821Hogan, William Ransom, "Pamelia Mann: Texas Frontierswomen," Southwest Review, Vol. XX, pp.360-370 (reprint), 1935 (11p)
822Howe, M.A. DeWolfe, "In Memoriam, Bishop Stephens," Press of B.F. Owen, Reading, Pa., 1888
823Hume, Edgar Erskine, "Colonel Theodore O'Hara," Southern Sketches, The Hist. Pub. Co., Inc., No.6, Charlottesville, Va., 1936
824"Thomas Jefferson and His Unknown Brother Randolph," The Tracy W. McGregor Library, University of Va., Charlottesville, Va., 1942
825"From The Taylor Shop To The White House: Andrew Johnson," The Andrew Johnson Club, Greenville, Tenn., 1937
826Kellar, Herbert A.,"Everett Eugene Edwards," Agricultural History, Vol. 27, pp.2-18 (reprint), 1953 (17p)
827"The Death of Lee," The Emory University Library, Atlanta,. Georgia (reprint), 1955
828"Memorial to Crawford W. Long," an account of the ceremonies, University of Pa., Phil, Pa., April 1912 (2 copies)
829Lord Macaulay, "Warren Hastings," Effingham Maynard and Co., New York, 1883
830Mackall, William W., "Leonard Leopold Mackall," Mason, Inc., Savannah, Georgia, 1938
91McKane, Elizabeth,'"The Story of Robert E. Lee," F.A. Owen Pub. Co. and Hall & McCreary, Dansville, N.Y. and Chicago, Ill., 1905
92Olmsted, Denison, Eli Whitney, Esq., Durrie and Peck, New Haven, Conn., 1846
93Pendleton, Albert S. and Thomas, Susan Mckey, "Doc Holliday's Georgia Background," The Journal of Arizona History
94Powell, William S., "Stephen Beauregard Weeks," The N.circa Collection, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1965
95Roselli, Bruno, "Francis Vigo", 1933
96Sims, J. Marion, "History of The Discovery of Anaesthesia," Virginia Medical Monthly, Richmond, Va. (reprint), 1877
97Waller, John L., "Colonel George Wythe Baylor," The Southwest Social Science Quarterly, Vol. XXIV, No. 1 (reprint), 1943
98"John Elliott Ward," Sketches of Men of Mark, New York, 1871, and American Biography, Vol. 3, N.Y., 1876 (2items)
99Warner, Robert M., "Chase Salmon Osborn," Mich. Hist. Col., University of Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich., 1960
910Waters, Kenneth L., "Crawfor W. Long and His Relations to Pharmacy," The American Journal of Pharmacy, Vol. 130, pp. 52-59, Phil, Pa., and "C.W. Long: Pharmacist Extraordinary," The Journal of The Medical Associrca of Georgia, 1958 (2 items)
911Wish, Harvey, "George Fitzhugh," Southern Sketches, Green Bookman, Inc., Charlottesville, Va., No. 11, 1938
912Wyatt, Edward A. IV, "Charles Campbell," Southern Sketches, The Hist. Pub. Co., Inc., Charlottesville, Va., No.5, 1935

6. Economics, Finance and Tax

913Behling, Burton N., "Highway Cost and Who Should Pay Them," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash. D.C., 1956
914Behling, Burton and Blackwell, Richard, "Federal Aids to Domestic Air Transportation," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash. D.C., 1956
915Berle, Adolf A. Jr., "Youth and Reconstruction," The Intercollegiate Council, N.Y., 1934
916Blaine, James G., "Tariff Texts," No. 17, New York, 1888 (2 copies)
917Blough, Roger M., "Price and The Public Interest," U.S. Steel Corp., 1958
918Boyd, Julian P. and Nichol Roy, "Syllabus For The Social and Economic History of The U.S.," University of Pa. Press, Phil., Pa., 1928
919Brooks, R.P., "The Sales Tax," Georgian-American, Atlanta, Georgia, 1934
920Calles, Plutarco Elias, "World Wide Economic Conditions" and Rehabilitation of Silver," interviews, from "El Nacional," Mexico City, 1933
921Carlisle, John G., speeches at Bowling Green.and Louisville, Kentucky, 1895 (3 items)
922Crawford, F.G., "The Administration of The Gasoline Tax In The U.S.," Municipal Admin. Ser., N.Y., and "Public Power Control Discussion," American Economic Review Supplement, Vol. XXI, No. 1 (reprint), 1928, 1931
923Curtice, Harlow H., "Facing The Future With Confidence" and "A Modern Industrial Miracle," General Motors Co., N.Y., 1955
924Deak, Nicholas L., "Deak-Perera Group," The Newcomen Society In North Am., N.Y., 1975
925"The Dollars and Sense of Waterway User Charges," Associrca of American Railroads, Wash. D.C., 1962
926Douglas, Walter S., "An Enduring Heritage," The Newcomen Socirca In North Am., N.Y., 1975
927Ethridge, Mark, "The Hope of The South," Atlanta, Georgia, 1945
a speech
928Every, Philip Lance Van, "The History of Lance," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., N.Y., 1974
929Faulkner, Harold Underwood, "American Economic History," Harper and Brothers Pub., N.Y., 1928
930Fillerbrown, C.B., published by Fillerbrown, Boston, Mass., 1914-1917 (11 items)
931Foster, David R., "The Story of Colgate-Palmolive," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1975
932Fowler, Harry W. and Huntington, Lawrence S., "Fiduciary Trust Company of New York," The Newcomen Socirca of North Am., New York, 1974
933Garrett, Garet, "The Rescue of Germany" and "As Noble Lenders," The Saturday Evening Post, Curtis Pub. Co. (reprint), 1931
101Harrison, H. Stuart, "The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co.," The Newcomen Socirca of North Am., New York, 1974
102Harvey, W.H., Financial School, Coin Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., Vol. 1, No.3, 1894
103Hawley, Samuel W., "People's Savings Bank-Bridgeport," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1974
104"The Coming Revolution," "Highway Benefits and Cost Responsibility," Highways Development, Use, Financing," "Use and Finance of Highway," "Who Should Pay" and "Why The Gasoline Tax," the Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash.,D.C., 1955-1960
pamphlets from
105"An Ill Wind That Blows Nobody Good," National Conf. for Repeals of Taxes on Transportation, Wash.,D.C.
106"Institute of Social and Economic Research," University College of the West Indies, Jamaica, 1955
progress report
107Johnson, Tom L., "What The Democrats Ought To Do". Washington, D.C., 1894
a speech
108Kahn, Otto H., "Why I Favor Mellon Tax Plan," Citizen's National Comm., 1924
109Lufkin, Dan W., "The Spoiler's Hand-The Rage of Gain," The Newcomen Socirca In North Am., New York, 1974
1010Mallon, Guy, "Can We Escape," The Ruter Press, Cinn., Ohio, 1932
1011Miscellaneous, 1894-1971 (4 items)
includes: rules for Committee on Pensions, letter to the public, an announcement, and questions and answers
1012McGowen, Norris Cochran, "Natural Gas," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1951
1013McMullan, W.P., "From Mississippi Soil-A People and A Bank," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1965
1014Naumann, W.E., and Sundt, M. Eugene, "M.M. Sundt Construction Co.," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1975
1015Nichols, Jeannette P., "Political Distortions of International Monetary Relations," Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society, Vol. 92, No.6 (reprint), 1948
1016Perkins, James H., "The Economic Situation", 1938
1017"Report of The Citizen's Committee on Highway Problems", 1927
1018Richards, Gilbert F., "Budd On The Move," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1975
1019Rockefeller, John D. Jr., "Character", 1927
a speech
1020Roosevelt, Franklin D., "Report on Economic Conditions of The South," Washington, D.C., 1938
1021Schmidt, Louis Bernard, "Whitner Agrarian Economy In The United States," Social Forces, Vol. 15, No.2 (reprint), 1936
1022Secirca Holders Ser. Bureau, "Thirty Pieces of Silver," George Williams, 1924
1023Seymour, Horatio and Tilden, Samuel J., speeches at the Democratic Convention, 1868
1024"The South's Answers," Caldwell and Co., Nashville, Tenn., 1922
1025"Steel Imports," Am. Iron and Steel Institute, 1968
summary of the Staff Study of the Comm. on Fin.
1026Stone, Marvin N. and Stone Jerome H., "Stone Container Corporation," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1975
1027"Thousandaire Banner," Atlanta Federal Savings, Atlanta, Georgia, Vol. VIII, No. 2, and Vol. IV, No.3, 1969, 1973 (2 items)
1028Untermyer, Samuel, "Who Is Entitled To The Credit For The Federal Reserve Act," Greystone, Yonkers, N.Y., 1927
1029"The Wanamaker Store," John Wanamaker, Phil, Pa., 3rd "edition, 1914
1030"The Watch Tariff Puzzle," The Journal of Commerce, New York, 1955
111"What Is 'Reciprocity'," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash., D.C., 1954
112Williams, John Sharp, speeches in the House of Rep., 1904
113Wright, Philip G., "Inflation and After," The Duke Endowment, Charlotte, N.C., 1933
114Yeo, Cedric A., "The Economics of Roman and American Slavery," Paul Siebeck, 1952

7. Education

115"Aids to The Teaching and Study of History and Geography," McKinley Pub. Co., Phil., Pa., 1921
116Ansel, Lawrence, Morgan, Smith, Winthrop, "An Open Statement," Peabody Ed. Fund, 1926
117Axelstrom, D.E., "Pupils' Outline For Home Study" and "U.S. History, Part II," Jennings Pub. Co., New York, 1912
118Barzun, Jacques, "Graduate Study at Columbia," Columbia University Press, New York, 1957-1958 (2 items)
119Bordin, Ruth, "Andrew Dickson White," University of Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich., 1958
1110"Catalogue of Catawba High School," Uzzell and Wiley, Printers and Binders, Raleigh, N.C., 1881 (2 copies)
1111Lucy Cobb Magazine, Athens, Georgia, Vol. 2, No.4, 1907
1112"Consolidated Programme of Silver Lake Chautauqua Assembly," Record Printing House, Naples, N.Y., 1888
1113Cox, H.M., "A Program of Instructional Research and Student Guidance," Journal of The American Association of Collegiate Registrars, 1942
1114"Education and American History," by the committee on the Role of Education In American History, The Fund for The Advancement of Education, 1965
1115"Educational Reconstruction In People's Poland," formulated by the Polish Underground Labor Movement and Polish Teacher's Underground Convention, The Payne Ed. Sociology Foundation, Inc., 1944
1116Edwards, A.S., "A Universal Ethic and The Teaching of Moral Character," School and Society, Vol. 69, No. 1777. pp.45-46, (reprint), 1949 (2p)
1117Gaines, W.W., "Atlanta Public School System," Board of Ed., 1922
1118Grant, Donald, "Discussion of International Problems With Students in The South," Institute of International Ed., N.Y., pamphlet No.2, 1936
1119"John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation," Fellowships, 1950, 1961 (2 items)
1120Harper, Roland M., "Matrimonial Prospects of Southern College Women," Journal of Heridity, Washington, D.C., Vol. XXI, No. 1 (reprint), 1930
1121Hoover, Herbert, "Higher Education and The State Government," Address delivered at Commencement Exercises of the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 1926
1122Kendrick, Benjamin B., "Research By Southern Social Science Teachers," Social Forces, Vol. IX, No.3 (reprint), 1931
1123"List of Books," "Free Traveling Libraries," and Loan Cards," Superintendent Pub. Instruction and the Library Comm., Raliegh, N.C., 1901 (4 items)
1124Lilly, Mary Reid, "A Child's Handbook of the Correct Thing To Do and Say," Wadesboro, N.C., 1949
1125Longstreet, Augustus B., "Inaugural Address," Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955
1126Love, James Lee, "'Tis Sixty Years Since," Gen. Alumni Associrca of the University of N.C., Chapel Hill, 1945
1127Milton, George Fort, "The Duties of An Educated Southerner," The Sewanee Review (reprint), 1930
1128The Normal Index-"Alabama State Teachers Associrca Edition" State Ag. and Mech. College for Negroes, Normal, Al., Vol. 2, No.7, 1912 (2 copies)
1129"Program of Exercises for Bill Nye Day" and "Program of the 30th Annual Session of the N.circa Teacher's Assembly", 1911, 1913
1130"Report of The Commissioner of Ed., 1899-1900," Chapter XXXV, 1900
1131Schmidt, Louis Bernard, "The Philosophy of Industrial Science Education," presented at the meeting of the Ind. Scirca Faculty, 1933
1132Smith, Henry Nash and Hopper, Rex D., "The Controversy At The University of Texas, 1939-1946," Student Comm. for Acad. Freedom, University of Texas, 3rd Ed., 1946
1133"The Teaching of History In A Modern Democracy," The Macmillan Co., 1930
1134Young, Owen D., "Address to Graduates of St. Lawrence University Summer Commencement", 1931
1135"Western Division Pub. High Schools," 2nd Annual Meeting, Marion, N.C., 1914
1136Williams, Henry Horace, "The Good Teacher," The Horace William Philosophy Soc., Chapel Hill, N.C., 1945
1137Ziegler, "The New Spirit of Military Education," "Friends of Europe" Pub., Westminister, London, No.25, 1935

8. Geography and Travel

121"About The South," Ill. Central Railroad Co., 1905
122"Brochures on Alaska", 1908-1915 (6 items)
includes: Yukon Territory, Skagway, and letters about trips to Alaska
123"California," W.S. Basinger, Union Pacific System, Omaha, Nebraska, 1934
124"Brochures About California", 1900-1920 (7 items)
includes: Yosemite, map of California, hotels, golf, summer outings, California Limited
125"Brochures on Canada", 1909 (5 items)
includes: high lands of Ontario, Algonquin Nat. Park, Temagami, Lake Superior, "The Challange of the Mountains"
126"Quaint Cape Cod," Pass. Dept., N.Y., New Haven and Hartford Railroad, 1909
127"Brochures on Central and Latin America", 1909-1915 (3 items)
includes: Panama, Jamaica and the Caribbean
128"Brochures on Colorado", 1908-1912 (8 items)
includes: trips through the Rockies, Georgetown Loop, and "Around the Circle"
129"Complete Handy Atlas of the World and City Guide," Orange Judd Co., Chicago, Ill., 1899
1210Crawford, William Jr., "Time Is A Holiday," Oxford University Press, New York, 1951
1211"Great Western Railway of England", 1907
1212"Manual of Summer Resorts," New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad,"Passenger Dept., New Haven, Conn., 1909
1213"Selected Maps," G. & circa Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass., 1898-1912 (3 items)
1214Miller, Edward, "A Westerner Views the U.S.A.," The American Scholar
1215Ringland, Mabel Crews, "The Story of The Tour on The Skagway, Alaska Street Car", 1955
1216"Brochures on Russia", 1931-1960 (6 items)
includes: Volga, Moscow, Ukraine, Crimea and Caucasus
1217"Brochures on The South", 1910-1975 (5 items)
includes: route book, "the Blowing Rock Line," "Western N.circa Section at a Glance," and facts
131"Souvenir of New Orleans," The St. Charles Hotel, Alfred S. Amer and Co., Ltd., New Orleans, 1926
132Wheeler, Olin D., "Eastward Through The Storied Northeast" and "Wonderland," Northern Pacific Railway, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1906 (2 items)
133"Yellowstone National Park," general information from the Dept. of Interior, Gov. Printing Office, Wash.,D.C., 1913
134Younger, Edward, "The Influence and Significance of India," a lecture delivered at the Naval War College, 1960
135Zelinsky, Wilbur, "Where the South Begins: The Northern Limit of The Cis-Appalachian South in Terms of Settlement Landscape," Social Forces, Vol. 30, No.2, 1951

9. Georgia

136"An Act-for Male Convicts," approved, 1908
137Allen, Ivan, "The Atlanta Spirit," Ivan Allen Co., Atlanta, Georgia, 1940
138"Atlanta," Atlanta Convention Bureau, Atlanta, Georgia, 1920-1929
139Bacon, Augustus O. of Georgia, 1896, 1909 (2 items)
1310Barrien, John M., "Address to The People of the U.S.", 1850
1311Barrow, Elfrida DeRenne, "On The Bay One Hundred Years Ago," Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1 (reprint), 1930
1312Bass, W.C., "A Tribute to Major John Boswell Cobb", 1893
at the funeral service, Press of J.W. Burke & Co.
1313"Battles of Atlanta," Atlanta, Georgia, 1895
1314"Bills for the House of Representatives and the Senate of Georgia", 1870-1880 (10 items)
includes numbers: 110, 276, 39, 231, 460, 49, 167, and sub. for 65
1315Bonner, James C, "The Plantation Overseer and Southern Nationalism," Agricultural History, Vol. 19, pp.1-11 (reprint), 1945 (12p)
1316Boyd, Mark F., "Historic Sites In and Around The Jim Woodruff Reservoir Area, Florida-Georgia," American Ethnology Bulletin, No. 169, pp.195-314, 1958 (120p)
1317Brewster, Ralph O., "Visit To The Various War Fronts-Remarks of Sen. Richard B. Russell and Sen. James M. Mead," U.S. Gov. Print. Office, Washington, D.C., 1943
1318Brochures about Georgia, 1930-1961 (20 items)
includes: waterworks, state parks, historical facts, bulletins, education, electricity, public safety, recreation, map of Historic Brunswick, agriculture, and health
1319Buckingham, Clyde E., "Early American Orphanages: Ebenezer and Bethesda," Social Forces, Vol. 26, No.3 (reprint), 1948
1320Calhoun, Patrick, from Georgia, 1890
1321Cobb, Howell, 1844-1868 (14 items)
141Coffin, Z.S., "Report of The Special Penitentiary Comm.", 1881
142Cordle, Charles G., "The Academy of Richmond County," Southern Associrca Quarterly (reprint), 1939
143Coulter, E. Merton, "Alexander H. Stephens Challanges Benjamin H. Hill To A Duel," The Georgia Historical Quarterly (reprint), 1972
144Cozart, A.W., "Memorial Address", 1927
145Cummings, Mary G., "Georgia Railroad and Banking Co. 1833-1945," Augusta, Georgia, 1945
146"Elijah Clarke Chapter National Socirca of the Daughters of the American Revolution," Athens, Georgia, 1949-1951 (2 items)
147"Excerpt From Geographical Review," The Am. Geographical Society of New York, Vol. XLIII, No.2, 1953
148Floyd, Dolores Boisfeuillet, "New Yamacraw and The Indian Mound Irene", 1936
149"The Georgia Commentary," Georgia State Library, No.4 and 5, 1950-1951 (2 items)
1410"The Georgia Educational Associrca and Associated Bodies," Ed. Week, Savannah, Georgia, 1924
1411Goff, John H., "Retracing The Old Federal Road" and "Cow Puncing In Old Georgia," Studies in Business and Economics, No.5, 1950 (2 copies)
1412Goldfarb, Stephen, "Industrial Archeology In Georgia," The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Inc., No. 1, 1978
1413Grantham, Dewey W. Jr., "Hoke Smith: Progressive Governor of Georgia, 1907-1909," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XV, No.4 (reprint), 1949
1414Hamer, Marguerite B., "The Foundation and Failure of The Silk Industry In Provincial Georgia," The North Carolina Historical Review, Vol. XII, No.2 (reprint), 1935
1415Hardwick, Thomas W. of Georgia, 1917-1921 (2 items)
1416Harper, Francis, "History of Nomenclature of The Pocket Gophers (Geomys) In Georgia," Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington, Vol. 65, pp.35-38, 1952 (4p)
1417Harris, Walter A., "Emperor Brim The Greatest American Indian," The J.W. Burke Co., Macon, Georgia, 1937
1418"Young L.G. Harris College Fifty Fourth Annual Commencement Champion Debate", 1940
1419Harrison, Z.D., "Examination of Supreme Court of Georgia" Atlanta, Georgia, 1902
1420Harrold, Charles Cotton, "The Grandparents of Cousaponakeesa" J.W. Burke Co., Macon, Georgia, 1937
1421Heath, Milton S., "Laissez Faire In Georgia, 1732-1860," The Journal of Economic History, Vol. III, 1943
1422Hill, Benjamin H., of Georgia, 1867-1881 (11 items)
1423Hitz, Alex M., "Georgia Militia Districts," Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 3 (reprint), 1956
1424House, Albert V. Jr., "The Management of Rice Plantation In Georgia, 1834-1861, As Revealed In The Journal of Hugh Fraser Grant," Agricultural History, Vol. 13, pp.208-217, 1939
1425Howard, Wiley C, "Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry," prepared under appointment of Atlanta Camp 159, U.C.V., 1901
1426Howell, Clarke, "The Georgia of Tomorrow", 1938
a speech at Alumni Day at University of Georgia
1427Kontz, Ernest C, "Address At The Unveiling of The Statue of Alexander Stephens In The Hall of Fame," Washington, D.C., 1927
1428Judge Lochrane, New York, 1885
argument on Georgia Repudiation
1429Logue, Cal M., "Gubernatorial Campaign In Georgia In 1880," The Southern Speech Communication Journal, Vol. 4, pp.12-32, 1974 (21p)
1430Lumpkin, Wilson, "The Removal of The Cherokee Indians From Georgia," The Cherokees, Dodd, Mead and Co., New York, Vol. 1, 1907
1431Mahan, Joe, "Chief Justice Vann House," Georgia Hist. Comm.
1432"Military Parks" U.S. Dept. of the Int., National Parks Service, 1940
includes: Chichmauga and Chattanooga
1433Miscellaneous, 1880-1964 (6 items)
includes: tickets, history of the post office, post card, Stone Mt. Confederate Memorial, invitation
151Montgomery, Horace, "A Georgia Precedent For The Freeport Question," The Journal of Southern History Vol. X, No.2, (reprint), 1944
152Murray, Paul, "Economic Sectionalism In Georgia Politics, 1825-1855," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. x, No.3, 1944
153Miscirca newspaper articles, 1920-1962 (4 items)
154"Pamphlets On Georgia", 1935-1959 (10 items)
includes: state parks, politics, Georgia in general, flags of Georgia, industry, historical records, museum dedication
155Park, Orville A., "Are Georgia's Educational Dollars Being Spent Wisely and Economically?" (reprint from Macon Telegraph), 1931
a speech
156The Party Advocate, Atlanta, Georgia, Vol. 1, No.3,4,6,7,8, 1932 (5 items)
157"Pen and Parchment," The Georgia Dept. of Archives, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1970
158Penniman, W.F., "Proceedings of The Georgia Division U.C.V. Convention At Augusta, Georgia," Franklin Printing and Pub. Co., Atlanta, Georgia, 1903
159"1937 Political Directory,"Facts, Atlanta League of Women Voters, Vol. 11, No.2, 1937
1510Rabun, James Z., "A Letter For Posterity Alex Stephens To His Brother Linton," Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1954
1511Randolph, Jollins N., "Address delivered at the Annual Convention, United Daughters of The Confederacy," Savannah, Georgia, 1924 (2 copies)
1512Russell, Richard B., U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Washington, 1943-1954 (3 items)
1513Saye, Albert B., "Georgia's County Unit System of Election" The Journal of Politics, Vol. 12, pp.93-106, 1950 (14p)
1514Scribner's Monthly, Vol. VIII, No.4, 1874
1515"Sea Island Shore Lines," Sea Island, Georgia, Vol. 18, No. 1, 1953
1516Smith, Hoke, 1895-1927 (36 items)
1517Speeches of Messrs. Weller, Orr, Lane, and Cobb, Delivered in Phoenix and Detroit Halls, Concord, N.H., at a mass meeting of the Democratic Party of Merrimac County, 1852 (2 copies)
1518Talmadge, John E., "Georgia's Federal Press and The War of 1812," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XIX, No.4. (reprint), 1953
1519"Thousandaire Banner," Atlanta Federal Savings, Vol. VIII, No.3, 1973
1520The New York Times an advertisment, New York, Section 10, 1953
1521"The Uncle Remus Highway," compliments of The University of Georgia, 1934
1522"United States Senate Resolution and Report, Refusing Relief to Certain Savannah Merchants, 1820
1523"The Voice of Free Georgia," periodical Info. Bulletin, Editorial Brd., N.Y., No. 4, 1953
1524Young, James Harvey, "Alexander H. Stephens Papers In The Emory University Library," The Emory University Quarterly, Vol. II, No. 1 (reprint), 1946
1525Zelinsky, Wilbur, "The Greek Revival House In Georgia," Journal of The Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. XIII, No.2, 1950
1526Zelinsky, Wilbur, "An Isochronic Map of Georgia Settlement, 1750-1850," Georgia Historic Quarterly, Vol. XXXV, No.3 (reprint), 1951
1527Zelinsky, Wilbur, "The Log House In Georgia," The Geographical Review, Vol. XLIII, No.2, pp.173-193, (reprint), 1953 (21p)

10. Historiography

161"Earl D. Babst," Mich. Historical Collections, University of Mich., 1967
162"F. Clever Bald," Mich. Historical Collections, University of Mich., 1970
163Barker, Eugene C, "Trans-Mississippi West," (reprint), 1930
164Bauer, Richard H., "The Study of History; With Helpful Suggestions For The Beginner," McKinnley Pub. Co., Phil., Pa., 1948
165Baylen, Lypowedky, Pidhainy, "East-European and Russian Studies In The American South," New Review Books, Toronto, Canada, 1972
166Beale, Howard K., "On Rewriting Reconstruction History," American Historical Review, Vol. XLV, No.4, (reprint), 1940
167"Carl Becker, Historian," Silver, Burdett and Co., N.Y., 1933
an appreciation
168Binkley, William, "Two World Wars and American Historical Scholarship," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, (reprint), 1946
169Burnette, O. Lawrence Jr. and Haygood, William Converse, "A Soviet View Of The American Past," The State Hist. Socirca of Wis., Madison, 1960
1610Catton, Bruce, "History As Literature," McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York
1611Clemen, Rudolf A., "The Historian As Literary Artist," The Socirca of Am. Historians, 1957
1612Crittenden, C.C., "History For The People", 1941
1613Dew, Charles B., "Two Approaches To Southern History: Psychology and Quantification," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LXVI, No.3, (reprint), 1967
1614Dickson, Thomas J., "A Statement On American School Histories," World War History, U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Wash., D.C., 1927
1615Doster, James F., "Materials For Research In Southern Industrial History," University of Al., University, Al., 1951
1616Ellis, Elmer, "The Profession of Historian," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1, (reprint), 1951
1617Fant, H.B., The American Archivist, The Socirca of Am. Archivists, Vol. XIX, No. 1, 1956
1618Froude, James Anthony, "The Science of History," People's Pocket Series, No. 175, Appeal Pub. Co., Girard, Kansas
1619Garrison, Curtis Wiswell, "The United States, 1865-1900," The Rutherford B. Hayes-Lucy Webb Hayes Foundation, Fremont, Ohio, Vol. III, 1945
1620Gould, Clarence P., "History-A Science," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXII, No.3, pp.375-388, (reprint), 1945 (14p)
1621Gray, Wood, "Historian's Handbook," Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Mass., 1959
1622Green, Fletcher M., "Writing and Research In Southern History," Charleston, S.C., 1942
a speech
1623"Handbook, The Institute of Early American History and Culture," The William Byrd Press, Williamsburg, Va., 1967
1624Hicks, John D., "Changing Concepts of History," The Western Historical Quarterly, Vol. II, No. 1, (reprint), 1971
1625Hicks, John D.,"What's Right With The History Profession," The Pacific Historical Review, Vol. XXV, No.2, (reprint), 1956
1626"History As A Career," The Am. Hist. Assoc., Wash., D.C., 1961
1627Hunt, Sellers, Taussig, Bestor, "The Role of History In Today's Schools," Council For Basic Education, Wash., D.C., 1966
1628"Items from the Library of Dr. J. Franklin Jameson"
1629Jordan, Philip D., "The World of The Historian," Hist. Socirca of Mich., Lansing, 1963
171Kellar, Herbert A., "A Case Study In Evaluating Sources For Local History," The American Archivist, Vol. XVII, No.3, (reprint), 1954
172Kellogg, Louise Phelps, "Carl Russell Fish, An Appreciation," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Vol. XVI, No. 1, (reprint), 1932
173Library Chronicle, University of Texas Library, Vol. VI, No. 1, 1957
174"The Library of Congress Division of Manuscripts, 1937-1938," U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Wash., D.C., 1939
a report
175Logue, Cal M., "Rhetorical Ridicule of Reconstruction Blacks," The Quarterly Journal of Speech, Vol. 62, No.4, (reprint), 1976
176Malin, James C., "Ecology and History," The Scientific Monthly, Vol. LXX, No.5, (reprint), 1950
177Malin, James C., Essays On Historiography, Edward Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich., 1946
178Mettler, Cecilia C, "Dugas On Surgical Principles," The Southern Medical Journal, Vol. 30, No. 10, Birmingham, Al., (reprint), 1937
179Morison, S.E., "A Prologue to American History," Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, 1922
1710McKerrow, R.B., and Silver, Henry M., "On The Publication of Research," Modern Lang. Associrca of Am., N.Y., 1950
1711Nettels, Curtis P., "History Out of Wisconsin," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Winter, (reprint), 1955-1956
1712Norman, Carl A., "The Hand of Providence In Human Evolution"
1713Nye, Ressell B., "Notes On A Rationale For Popular Culture," Popular Culture Assoc., Bowling Green, Ohio, 1970
1714"Preceedings of The Second Ohio History Conference," The F.J. Heer Printing Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1932
1715Oliver, John W., "Technology and The New History," Middle States Associrca of Hist. Teachers, Wash.,D.C., (reprint), 1932
a speech
1716Peden, William H., "Some Aspects of Jefferson Bibliography," Journalism Lab. Press, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., 1941
1717"Problems In Writing The History of Large Business Units," Bulletin of The Business Historical Society, The Bus. Hist. Soc, Inc., Vol. XXII, No. 1, 1948
1718Ramsdell, Charles W., "Materials For Research In The Agricultural History of The Confederacy," Agricultural History, Vol. IV, No. 1 (reprint), 1930
1719"The Register of The Kentucky State Historical Society," Kent. State Hist. Soc., Franfort, Kentucky, Vol. 23, No.68, 1925
1720"Report of the Princeton Conference on the History of Philanthropy In the U.S.," Russell Sage Foundation, N.Y., 1956
1721Robinson, Edgar Eugene, "Scholarship and Cataclysm," Stanford University Press, Stanford, Cal., 1947
1722Rowland, Dunbar, "The Dictionary of American Biography," Jackson, Miss., 1931
1723Schafer, Joseph, "Francis Parkman, 1823-1923," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Vol. VII. No.3, (reprint), 1924
1724Shipstead, "Survey of U.S. States History In Colleges and Schools," U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Wash., D.C., 1943 (2 copies)
1725Stephenson, Wendell H., "A Half Century of Southern Historical Scholarship," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XI, No. 1, (reprint), 1945
1726Stephenson, Wendell H., "A Quarter Century of American Historiography," The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XLV, No. 1, (reprint), 1958
1727Stephenson, W.H., "The South Lives In History," The Historical Outlook, Vol. XXIII, No.4, pp.153-163, (reprint), 1932 (11p)
1728"Theory and Practice In Historical Study: A Report of The Committee on Historiography," Social Scirca Research Council, N.Y., Bulletin No.54, 1946
1729Toynbee, Arnold J., "The New Opportunity For Historians," University of Minnesota, 1956
a speech
1730Turner, Frederick Jackson, "List of References on The History of The West," Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1915
1731"The U.S.S.R. For The Historian", 1967-1968 (2 items)
tour guides
1732Waterman, Margaret, Themecraft, Howard Allen, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, 1959
1733Whitehill, Walter Muir, "Cerebration Versus Celebration," The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 68, No.3, (reprint), 1960
1734Williams, T. Harry, "An Analysis of Some Reconstruction Attitudes," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XII, No.4, (reprint), 1946

11. Humor

181Bannister, Constance, "Senator, I'm Glad You Asked Me That," Edward Stern and Co., Inc., Phil., Pa., 1952
182"Book of Smiles", April 1907-December 1910 (20 items)
183Montgomery, Colbert, "The Star Riddle Book," W.D. Boyce Co., Chicago, Ill., 1906
184"Short Stories", circa 1908

12. Labor

185Barbash, Jack, "The Labor Movement In The U.S.," Public Affairs Comm., Inc., N.Y., 1st edition, February 1958
186"Facts About The Union Shop," United Steelworkers of Am., Pittsburg, Pa., circa 1951
187"Featherbedding Hurts Everybody," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash. D.C., circa 1959
188Fleming, W.B., "Silver and Labor", c.1896
189Lynch, James M., "Union Printers Are Not Wanted," Int. Typographic Union, Indianapolis, Ind., circa 1924
1810Markham, Edwin, "Trusted Men," Hamilton Carhartt, Manufacturer, Detroit, Mich.
1811"Tom Mooney Betrayed By Labor Leaders" and "Justice Is Waiting," Mooney defense, August 1930 May 1931 (2 items)
1812Murray, Philip, "United Steelworkers of America-CIO and Various Steel and Iron Ore Companies" and "The Union Shop," U.S.A. Wage Stabilization Brd., Wash.,D.C, 1952 (2 items)
1813McDonald, David J., "Steelworkers and the National Economy," United Steelworkers of Am., Pitt., Pa., 1954
1814"The Steel Negotiations and You," Steel Co. Coord. Comm., New York, 1959

13. Law

1815Butler, Nicholas Murray, "Law and Lawlessness," Tracts For Today, No. 11, New York, 1923
1816Frankfurter, Felix, "Mr. Justice Holmes And The Supreme Court," The North Carolina Review, Vol. 41, No.2, Winter, (reprint), 1963
1817Kilpatrick, J.D. and Smith, Seward M., "Georgia Highway Code, State and Federal Laws", 1928
1818"Laws and Ordinances of Connelly Springs, North Carolina," Auth. of Town Council, Connelly Springs, N.C, 1920
1819Lawton, Alexander R., "Judicial Controversies on Federal Appellate Jurisdiction," Tybee, Georgia, June 3 1921
1820Smith, Young B., "The Bases of Juristic Thought During The Last Quarter-Century", 1930

14. Lincoln, Abraham

1821Angle, Paul M., "The Lincoln Collection of The Illinois State Historical Library," Ill. State Hist, Library, Springfield, Ill., 1940
1822Blum, Herman, "The Divine Power in Abraham Lincoln and The Vast Legacy He Left For Mankind," Blumhaven Library and Gallery, Phil., Pa., 1968
1823Cole, Arthur C, "Lincoln's Election An Immediate Menace to Slavery In The States?," American Historical Review, Vol. XXXVI, No.4, July 1931
1824Coleman, J. Winston Jr., "Lincoln and 'Old Buster'," The Lincoln Herald, Vol. XLVI, No. 1, Harrogate, Tenn. (reprint), February 1944
1825Hewitt, John Hill, "King Linkum The First," a musical Burletta, Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1947
1826Johnson, Ludwell H., "Lincoln and Equal Rights," Civil War History, Vol. XIII, No. 1, (reprint), March 1967
1827Johnson, Ludwell H., "Lincoln's Solution to The Problem of Peace Terms, 1864-1865," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XXXIV, No.4, (reprint), November 1968
1828Lincoln, Abraham, "A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand" and "Gettysburgs Speech," Pamphlet Series, Ill. State Hist. Soc., No. 1, Springfield, Ill., 1958
1829Ramsdell, Charles W., "Lincoln and Fort Sumter," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. III, No.3, (reprint), August 1937
1830Randall, J.G., "Has The Lincoln Theme Been Exhausted?," American Historical Review, Vol. XLI, No.2, January 1936
1831Rindlaub, Martin Phillip Sr., "Abraham Lincoln," A historical sketch from The Kiwanis Magazine
1832Rover, W.W., "Abraham Lincoln in 1848 Secessionist"
1833Simmons, Parker P., "Extracts From Lincoln's State Papers," American History Leaflets, A. Lovell and Co., N.Y., 1911
1834Walton, Clyde C, "Mr. Lincoln Opens His Mail," Pamphlet Series, No.5, Ill. State Hist. Soc, Springfield, Ill., 1967
1835"Col. Wolford's Letter to President Lincoln," The Case County News, April 1966
1836Woody, Robert H., "The Inexhaustible Lincoln," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LII, No.4, (reprint), October 1953
1837Yates, Richard, "Lincoln," Gov. Printing Office, Wash., D.C., 1921
a speech in the House of Rep.

15. Literature, Language and Journalism

191Bowen, Elizabeth, "Anthony Trollope,"' Oxford University Press, New York, 1946
192Brewton, William W., "The South Must Publish Her Own Books," William W. Breton, Atlanta, Georgia, 1928
193Cozart, A.W., "Oratory," Columbus, Georgia
194Essig, Edith, "Ghosts of A Dead Era Live Again" and "Long Shadows on The New Year," Keeping The Record Straight, Glendale, Ariz., January and February 1970 (2 items)
195Folc, Rubi Olif, "Latin, English, American," Rubi Olif Folc, Holton, Kansas, 1948
196Graham, John M., "A Poets' Corner In Georgia," Atlanta, Georgia, December 21, 1931
radio address at WGST
197Haldeman-Julius, E., "People's Pocket Series," Appeal Pub. Co., Girard, Kansas, circa 1922 (3 items)
198Haldeman-Julius, E., "Ten Cent Pocket Series," Haldeman-Julius Co., Girard, Kansas, various volumes, circa 1922 (16 items)
199Harkness, David James, "Literature Profiles of The Southern States," University of Tenn. Newsletter, Vol. XXXII, No. 1, January,1953
1910Hellmut Lebmann-Haupt, "For Nearly Five Centuries", September 1953
1911Lowell, James Russell, "The Vision of Sir Launfal," D.H. Knowlton and Co., Farmington, Maine
1912"Meet Mr. Coyote," 1st series of B.circa Indian Legends, Canada
1913"New Sabbath Library," David circa Cook Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., various issues, c.1897-1900 (10 items)
1914Osborn, Stellanova, "Jasmine Springs," Business Press, Inc., Lancaster, Pa., 1953
1915Owen, Marie Bankhead, "DeSoto and The Indians," The Paragon Press, Montgomery, Al., 1919
1916Pollard, C.V., "The Key to Rapid Translation of German," University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
1917Smith, Lloyd E., "Little Blue Book No. 738," Haldeman-Julius Co., Girard, Kansas, 1925
1918"The Story of Oscar Wilde," Doubleday, Page and Co., Garden City, N.Y.
1919Turnbull, Andrew W., "Scott Fitzgerald At La Paix," Dept. of Humanities, Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cambridge, Mass., 1956
1920Vandiver, Frank E., "The Authorship of Certain Contributions To Russell's Magazine," Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXXI, No.2, (reprint), June 1947
1921Will, Allen Sinclair, "Great Strides Have Been Made In Newspaper Standards During The Past Fifteen Years," The Yale Daily News, Wed. (reprint), January 6, 1926

16. Masonic Literature

201Coleman, Henry R., "The Pilgrim Knight," printed for the Society, Louisville, Kentucky, 1888
202"Grand Lodge Bulletin," Grand Lodge of Iowa, February 1968-December 1975 (36 items)
various valumes and numbers

17. Medicine and Medical History

203"Announcement of the Regular Session of 1887 of the Hospital College of Medicine," Louisville, Ky., 1887
204Barlow, William and Powell, David, "Malthus A. Ward, Frontier Physician, 1815-1823," Journal of The History of Medicine And Allied Sciences, Vol. XXXII, No.3 (reprint), July 1977
205Bunch, George H., "President's Address-Doctor Charles Thomas Jackson," Southern Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 108, No.3, (reprint), March 1946
206Carrington, Evelyn M., "Mental Health of Older People," The Hogg Foundation, University of Tex., Austin, Tex., 1951
207Mettler, Cecilia C, "Dugas on The Curability of Inflamation" and "Dugas on the Removal of Foreign Bodies From The Eye,"Archives of Surgery, Vol. 36, pp.845-848, Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 18, (reprints), May 1938 December 1937 (4p)
208Montgomery, Horace, "A Body Snatcher Sponsors Pennsylvania's Anatomy Act," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, Vol. XXI, No.4, (reprint), 1966
209Montgomery, Horace, "Prescholastic Anatomical Instruction as a Factor in Medical Professionalization in British North America," from Americana-Austriaca, Vol. 2, (reprint)
2010Moss, W.L., "A Recent Visit To Some of The Medical Laboratories Abroad," John Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Vol. XIX, No.208, (reprint), July 1908
2011Shryock, Richard H., "The Origins and Significance of The Public Health Movement In The U.S." and "Public Relations of The Med. Prof. In Great Britian and the U.S.: 1600-1870," Annals of Medical History, Vol. 1, No.6, pp.645-665. Vol. 2, No.3, (reprints), 1929 1930 (11p)
2012Waters, Kenneth L., "The Pharmacist-A Source of Scientific Manpower in Chemical Industry," Filter Press, Vol. VI, No.6, (reprint), May 1951
2013"Years To Come," Metro. Life Insurance Co., New York, 1950

18. Non-American History

2014Alzamora, I., "Peru and Chile," from "La Reforma Social," (reprint)
2015Amery, Leopold C.M.S., The British Library of Information, New York, August 1, 1941 1941
a speech
2016"Art and Life of Islam," Treasure Tours International, Inc., Montreal, Canada, 1968
a study tour of Islamic civilization in Turkey, Iran and Soviet Central Asia
2017Artz, Frederick B., "Bonapartism and Dictatorship," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 1 (reprint), January 1940
2018Churchill, Winston, The British Library of Info., New York, April 27, 1941 1941
a speech
2019Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, "Nasser's High Aswan Dam, Panacea or Politics?," Pub. Affairs Institute, Wash., D.C., circa 1960
2020Debien, G., "A Saint-Dominque AVEC Deux Juenes Economes De Plantation, 1774-1788, Revue de la Société d'Histoire et de Geographie d'Haiti, Vol. 16, No.58, (reprint), 1945
2021Dinitz, Simcha, "The Legal Aspects of The Egyptian Blockade of The Suez Canal," The Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 45, No.2, (reprint), Winter 1956-57
2022Dulles, John Foster, "The Suez Problem," The Dept. of State, Wash., D.C., October 1956
2023Elias, Arturo M., "Both Sides of The Controversy Between The Roman Catholic Church Hierarchy and The Mexican Government," The New York World, (reprint), February 5, 1928
2024Fay, C.R., "The London Corn Market at The Beginning of The Nineteenth Century," American Economic Review, Vol. XV, No. 1, (reprint), March 1925
2025Finger, Charles J., "Historic Crimes and Criminals," Ten Cent Pocket Series, No. 149, Haldeman-Julius Co., Girard. Kansas, 1922
2026Galpin, W.F., "Letters Concerning the 'Universal Republic'" American Historical Review, Vol. XXXIV, No.4, (reprint), July 1929
2027Garrett, Mitchell B., "The Controversy Over The Composition of The States General, November 6-28, 1788" and "The Convocation of The State General, July, 1788," Howard College Bulletin, Vol. LXXXIV, No. 1, and Vol. LXXXI, No.4, October 1926 1923 (2 items)
2028"A Glimpse into the... Ancient Spaniards," C.L. Blackman and Co., Fiscal Agents, Denver, Colorado
2029Hackett, Charles Wilson, "Mexico," Mexico, (reprint), circa 1928
2030Hale, Oron James, "Adolf Hitler as Feldherr," The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 24, No.2, (reprint), Spring 1948
2031The Viscount Halifax, The British Library of Info., New York, April 15, 1941 1941
a speech delivered
211Hanchett, Walter S., "Some Observations On Membership Figures of The Communist Party of the Soviet Union," The American Political Science Review, Vol. LII, No.4, (reprint), 1958
212Hill, Lawrence F., "The Abolition of The African Slave Trade to Brazil," The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. XI, No.2, (reprint), May 1931
213Jones, Wilbur Devereux, "The Argentine British Colony in The Time of Rosas," The Hispanic American Review, Vol. XL, No. 1, (reprint), February 1960
214Khrushchev, Nikita S., "The Crimes of The Stalin Era," The New Leader, 1956 (2 copies)
215Klimas, Petras, Ghillebert de Lannoy In Medieval Lithuania, The Lithuanian American Info. Center, New York, 1945
216Knaplund, Paul, "The Unification of South Africa: A Study In British Colonial Policy," The Transactions of The Wis. Academy of Sc., Arts and Letters, Vol. XXI, (reprint), July 1924
217Knaplund, Paul, "Sir James Stephen and British North American Problems, 1840-1847," The Canadian Historical Review, (reprint), March 1924
218Kulski, W.W., "The Soviet Regime," Syracuse University Press, 1954
219Lacombe, Pierre, "The Enigma of Clemenceau," The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 33, No.2, (reprint), April 1946
2110Lanning, John Tate, "Great Britian and Spanish Recognition of The Hispanic-American States," The Hispanic American Review, Vol. X, No.4, (reprint), November 1930
2111Lawrence, E.V., "Egypt And The West," Am. Inst, of Inter. Info., New York, September 1956
2112Letwin, William L., "The English Common Law Concerning Monopolies," The University of Chicago Law Review, Vol. 21, No.3, (reprint), Spring 1954
2113Malik, Charles, "Lebanon Indicts Nasser," The Lebanese Gazette; Detroit, Mich., 1958
a speech
2114Mathews, Joseph J., "Heralds of The Imperialistic Wars," Military Affairs, Vol. XIX, No.3, (reprint), Fall 1955
2115Mathews, Joseph J., "Wickham Steed As A Foreign Correspondent Journalism Quarterly, Vol. 33, No.2, (reprint), Spring 1956
2116"Maxims of Napoleon," Peoples Pocket Series, No. 155, Appeal Pub. Co., Girard, Kansas
2117Molotor, V.M., "Speeches and Statements Made at The Moscow Session," Soviet News, London, 1947
2118McCloy, Shelby T., "Writings Dealing With 18th Century Europe", 1938-1947 (9 items)
2119McMurtrie, Douglas C, "Some Facts Concerning The Invention of Printing," Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, Chicago, Ill., 1939
2120Nichols, Theodore, "Cartagena and The Dique," The Journal of Transport History, Vol. II, No. 1, May 1955
2121Nichols, Theodore E., "The Rise of Barranquilla," The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. XXXIV, No.2, (reprint), May 1954
2122Norlin, George, "Hitlerism: Why and Whither," "Friends of Europe" Publications, No.22, May 1935
2123Quincey, Thomas De, "Flight of A Tartar Tribe," Maynards English Classic Series, Maynard, Merrill and Co., New York, 1897
2124Roberts, Lucien E., "Italy and The Egyptian Question, 1878-1882," The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XVIII, No.4 (reprint), December 1946
2125Roberts, David, "Jeremy Bentham and The Victorian Administrative State," Victorian Studies, March 1959
2126"Roumania Today," Industries Pub. Co., N.Y., circa 1928
2127Sihanoak, Prince Norodom, "Cambodia Nuetral: The Dictate "of Necessity," Foreign Affairs, (reprint), July 1958
2128Smith, circa Jay Jr., "Russia and The Origins of The Finnish Civil War of 1918," The Am. Slavic and East European Review, pp.481-502, December 1955
2129Smith, Monroe, "Military Strategy Versus Diplomacy," Ginn and Co., New York, 1915
2130"Some Important Dates in The Evolution of French Mathematics," New York World's Fair, 1939
2131Stimson, Henry L., "The Pact of Paris," U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Wash., D.C., 1932
a speech
2132"A Summary of English and of French History," A.S. Barnes and Co., New York, 1869
2133Sumner, Charles, "The Duel Between France and Germany," Ginn & Co., 1911
2134Sweet, Alfred H., "Ceremonial Privileges of The English Benedictines," Washington University Studies, Vol. IX, Humanistic Studies, No. 1, pp.87-97, (reprint), 1922 (11p)
221Taylor, Edmond, "The Real Case Against Nasser"
222Viereck, Peter, "The Revolution In Values: Roots of The European Catastrophe, 1870-1952," Acad, of Pol. Sc., New York, 1952
223Vyshinsky, A.Y., "For The Peace and Friendship of Nations, Against The Instigators of A New War," The Embassy of the U.S.S.R., Wash., D.C., September 1947
a speech
224Zelinsky, Wilbur, "The Historical Geography of The Negro Population of Latin America," The Journal of Negro History, Vol. XXXIV, No.2, April 1949
225Zelinsky, Wilbur, "The Indochinese Penninsula: A Demographic Anomaly," Far Eastern Quarterly, Vol. IX, No.2 (reprint), February 1950

19. Peace Literature

226Churchill, Winston S., "Shall We Commit Suicide?," Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, (reprint), September 1924
227The Communist, Vol. XIII, No.2, February 1934
228"Constitution of The League of Nations," World Peace Foundation, Special No., Vol. II, Boston, Mass, 1919 (2 copies)
229Dubois, Louis, "The French Washington and London Agreements and The Dawes Plan," War Debts and Reparation, Union Des Interets Economiques, January 1929
2210Eddy, Sherwood and Kirby Page, "Danger Zones of The Social Order," George H. Doran Co., New York, 1926
2211Fels, Samuel S., "A Layman's Program For Peace," New York Times Magazine, November 21, 1943
2212Fisher, Irving, "America's Interest In World Peace," Funk and Wagnalls Co., New York, 1926
2213Ford, Henry II, "You Don't Play Freedom Safe", January 1957
2214Glasgow, Arthur Graham, "Sequel to Making Democracy and The World Mutually Safe," Norfolk, Va., 1944
2215Irwin, Will, "ABC of The League of Nations," The New York Evening Post, (reprint), 1920
2216"Judicial Settlements of International Disputes," Am. Socirca for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes, Baltimore, Md., No.2-8, various ones, November 1910-May 1912 (6 items)
2217"The League of Nations," International Conciliation, Am. Associrca for International Conciliation, N.Y., No. 131, October 1918
2218Long, Samuel Wesley, "The Weapon of Peace," The Emery Press, Phil., Pa., 1915
2219Page, Kirby, "A National Peace Department," Council of Christian Assoc., N.Y., circa 1926
2220Pearson, Lester B., "The Four Faces of Peace," Sidney Hillman Foundation, N.Y., 1957
2221"A Plan For Peace," Am. Fed. Movement, Bogota, Columbia
2222Read, Elizabeth F., "International Law and International Relations," The Am. Foundation, September 1925
2223Rodkey, F.S., "1937-Twenty Years Forward," Urbana, Ill., April 22, 1937
2224Stanfield, Theodore, "A Coercive League," Am. Peace Soc., Wash., D.C., 1920
2225"Synopsis of the Covenant of the League of Nations," The American Rights League, N.Y., No.48, October 1919
2226Tudela, Franciso, "Early Efforts in Both Americas Toward The Establishment of a League of Nations," Hispanic Am. Atheneum, Wash., D.C., February 26, 1919
2227Warburg, James P., "Turning Point Toward Peace," Current Affairs Press, New York, December 1955
2228Williams, Clanton W., "A Possible Way of Avoiding World War III," Printed in Panama City, Fla., August 24, 1949
2229Younger, Edward, "Naval War College Review," U.S. Naval War College, Newport, R.I., 1960

20. Philosophy

231"Back To Nature," The Egg-O-See Cereal Co., Quincy, Ill., circa 1905
232Beatty, Leslie, "Where Ethics End," Alphina, New York, 1954
233Haeckel, Ernst, "Three Lectures On Evolution," People's Pocket Series, No.49, Appeal Pub. Co., Girard. Kansas, 1905
234Murray. Gilbert. "The Stoic Philosophy," The People's Pocket Series, No.210, Appeal Pub. Co., Girard, Kansas, circa 1906
235Sisson, Charles N., "Salient Attributes of Bodin's Theory of Sovereignty," South Carolina Hist. Assoc., Charleston, 1942
236Winslow, Francis E., "The Free Mind In Action," The Horace Williams Soc., June 1953

21. Political and Patriotic Tracts

237Addison, Alexander, "Rise and Progress of Revolution," Dentan Printing Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1960
238Brady, Tom P., "A Review of Black Monday," Associrca of Citizen's Council of Miss., Winona, Miss., 1954
239Brett, Chas. T., "How Does The Government Suppress The Truth About Aluminum," Fed. Trade Comm., Wash.,D.C., July 1948
2310Burdette, Franklin L., "Political Parties: An American Way," Nat. Foundation for Ed. in Am. Citizenship, N.Y., 1945
2311By and about Herbert Hoover, 1925-1936 (74 items)
Campaign bulletins, brochures, articles and speeches
2312Childs, Richard S., "The County Manager Plan," Nat. Mun. League, New York, circa 1925
2313Commager, Henry Steele, "Where Governments May Not Trespass," Sidney Hillman Foundation, New York, 1946
2314Curie, Mlle. Eve, "It Is Not To Late," Treas. Dept., Wash., D.C., 1941
2315Curtis, George William, "Party and Patronage," Geo. Gottsberger Peck, New York, 1892
a speech,
2316Davis, William E., "Nobody Calls Me Senator," Pocatello, Idaho, July 1975
2317Dawson, Edgar, "Outlines of Responsible Government," The Nat. Mun. League, New York, circa 1922
2318"Democratic Campaign Books," The Democratic Nat. Comm., Wash.,D.C, 1904
2319Ibid, 1920
241Ibid, 1924 1928
242Ibid, 1936 1940
243Evjue, William T., "The Weapon of Fear," The Sidney Hillman Foundation, New York, 1952
a speech
244Fairless, Benjamin F., "The Best Way To Grow," Am. Iron and Steel Institute, 1960
245"Foreign Political Tracts," includes: Russia and Germany, 1919-1946 (4 items)
246"Georgia Political Ephemera", circa 1915-1938 (45 items)
includes: Charles Crisp, Thomas Hardwick, E.D. Rivers, Eugene Talmadge, Zack Cravey, Mell H. Stephens, Dick Russell, Chas Crisp, Hugh Dorsey and G.H. Brand
247Glasgow, Arthur Graham, "The Premises of The Declaration of Independence And Their Consequences", November 1946
248Heard, Alexander, "Money and Politics," Public Affairs Comm, Inc., Pamphlet No.242, October 1956
249"The Facts, LaFollette-Wheeler Campaign," LaFollette-Wheeler Campaign Headquarters, Chicago, Ill., 1924
2410"Letters from the Republican National Committee to the Newspapers," Wash.,D.C., May-September 1932 (6 items)
2411Marcosson, Isaac F., "Commerce Building," Curtis Pub. Co, 1928 (16 copies)
2412Michelet, Simon, "National Get-Out-The-Vote Club Tracts," includes: "Campaign for Modernization and Uniform Election and Registration Laws" and "The Poll-Tax Revolt", 1938 (2 items)
2413Miscirca items, circa 1930s (aprox. 145 items)
includes: campaign stickers, name cards, club cards, post cards, election material, Events To Remember series and a poem
2414Newspaper articles concerning politics, 1928 (10 items)
Includes: Atlanta Georgian, The Hoover Bulletin, The News Herald, The Banner Herald, Rome News Tribe, The Christian Century, New York Times, Colorado Springs Gazette
2415"North Carolina Democratic Handbooks," prepared by the State Democratic Executive Comm. of N.C., E.M. Uzzell & Co. printers and binders, Raleigh, N.C., 1888 (2 copies)
251Ibid, 1894
252Ibid, 1900 1906
253Ibid, 1908
254Ibid, 1910
255Ibid, 1912
256"North Carolina Politics", 1890-1909 (5 items)
includes: party platforms, Oliver Hart Dockery, a letter, speech of Josiah Bailey, and "The Election Law"
257"Organization Plan of The Commoner Party of the U.S.A.," The Commoner Party National Headquarters, Conyers, Georgia, 1944
258Paderewski, Ignace Jan, "Buy A Share In America," Treas. Dept., Wash.,D.C., 1941
259Pittenger, B.F., "The Three R's of American Democracy," The Educational Forum (reprint), March 1944
2510"Political History" and "Political Information," Rand McNally & Co., and Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., 1920 1912
2511"The Political Textbook and Voter's Guide," compiled by The New York World, Press Pub. Co., New York, 1892
2512"Proceedings of a Conference of Progressives," Wash, D.C., March 1931
2513Quick, Herbert, "A New Kind of County Government," Nat. Municiple League, New York, circa 1920s
2514"Reform And Better Times," from an address at a Reform Conference, New York, May, 1876
a pledge
2515"Reports on the Parcel Post", 1955 (5 items)
2516"Republican Campaign Textbooks," Republican Nat. Comm., Washington, D.C., 1904
261Ibid, 1920
262Ibid, 1924
263Ibid, 1928 1932
264Ibid, 1936 1940
265"The Roper Opinion Research Center At Williams College," Williams College, Williamstown, Mass., circa 1957
266"Speeches, bulletins, brochures, articles for and about the National Democratic Party", 1906-1939 (circa 52 items)
includes; John W. Davis, Alfred Smith, Walter F. George, T. Roosevelt, William E. Hawkins
271National Republican Party, 1927-1932 (14 items)
"Speeches, bulletins, brochures, articles for and about the
272"Speeches in the U.S. House of Representatives about different topics by different people", August, 1876-July 1932 (14 items)
includes: finance, economic issues, the protective tariff and Sammuel J. Tilden
273Stimson, Henry L., "The Challenge To Americans," Foreign Affairs (reprint), October 1947
274Strong, Josiah, Our Country, The Baker and Taylor Co., New York, 1885
275"Tax Ordinance of the City of Atlanta," Atlanta, Georgia, 1892
276Thomas, Wilbur K., "Immortal Values," The American-German Review, Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, Inc., 1943
277Trimble, South, "Platforms of the two Great Political Parties," U.S. Gov. Printing, Wash.,D.C., 1916
278Underwood, E. Marvin, "Proposed Council Manager Charter for Atlanta," Citizens Charter Comm., Atlanta, Georgia, 1925
279Van Dusen, circa Raymond, "1948 Edition Amended G.I. Bill of Rights," Bourne Assoc., Inc., New York, 1948
2710"Wake Up America," Women's Comm. for Repeal of the 18th Amendment

22. Population

2711Chambliss, Rollins, "The Georgraphic Factor In The Human Sex Ratio At Birth," Social Forces, Vol. 28, No.2 (reprint), December 1949
2712Coyle, David Cushman, "Japan's Population Miracle," Population Bulletin, Pop. Ref. Bureau, Inc., Vol. XV, No.7, November 1959
2713Harper, Roland M., "Some Neglected Aspects of The Immigration Problem," Eugenics, Vol. II, No. 10 and 11 (reprint), October 1929 November 1929
2714McMahan, C.A., "An Empirical Test of Three Hypotheses Concerning The Human Sex Ratio at Birth In the U.S., 1915-1948,"Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, Vol. XXIX, No.3 (reprint), July 1951
2715Osborn, Frederick, "The Crowded World," Pub. Affairs Pamphlet No.306, The Pop. Council, Inc., N.Y., 1960
2716"The Population Bomb," Hugh Moor Fund, New York, circa 1957 (2 copies)
2717"The Population Council Annual Report, 1960," Administrative office, New York, 1960
2718Rogers, Tommy W. and Wilber, George L., "Interstate Migration of the Mississippi Population, 1960," Agricultural Experiment Station, Miss. State University, State College, Miss., 1965

23. Populist Literature

2719"Constitution of the Patrons of Husbandry and By-Laws of the National Grange," Gibson Brothers, Printers, Wash., D.C., 1873
2720"Constitution and Ritual for the F.E. and C.U. of America in North Carolina", 1910 (2 items)
2721"Facts About Silver," National Silver Comm., No.7, 1896
2722"Farmers' Alliance" and "Currency Issue," includes: Ritual and Const, of N. Carolina Chapter, c.1890s (3 items)
2723Lowe, O.L., "The Other Side"
a speech to Alliance men of Catawba
2724"Manual of Subordinate Granges of the Patrons of Husbandry," issued by National Grange, J.A. Wagenseller, Phil., Pa., 1874
2725Mitchell, W.B., "Dollars, or What?," W.B. Mitchell, Chat., Tenn, 1895
2726Porter, Robert P., "Protection and Free Trade To-Day," James R. Osgood & Co., Boston, Mass., 1884
281Roberts, Isaac, "Wages, Fixed Incomes and the Free Coinage of Silver," John Highlands, Phil., Pa., 1896
282"Speeches About Different Subjects", 1893-1896 (7 items)
includes: J.G. Carlisle, Chas. A. Towne, Josiah Patterson, William J. Bryan, Scott Wike, Benton McMillin
283Warner, John DeWitt, "Free Coinage of Silver," Present Problems, Present Problems Pub. Co., N.Y., Vol. I, No.3, September, 1896

24. Prohibition

284Erskine, John, "Prohibition and Christianity," New York Herald Tribune, Sunday, (reprint), February 5, 1928
285Gordon, Gifford, "Who Said Modify?," The American Issue Pub. Co., Westerville, Ohio, 1925
286Grafts, Wilbur F., "Prohibition Handbook," State Comm. of the No License Movement, Portland, Maine, 1911
287Greenberg, Leon A., "The Definition of an Intoxicating Beverage," Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 16, No.2, pp.316-325 (reprint), June 1955 (10p)
288Johnson, James W., "To Drink or Not To Drink"
289"A National Survey of Conditions Under Prohibition," The Moderation League, Inc., New York, 1927
2810"State Rights and National Wrongs," American Issue Pub. Co., Westerville, Ohio, 1926
2811"What About Prohibition and The Law of My Country," The Comm. on Youth and Law Observance, New York
2812"Why Prohibition? Will It Work?," The American Issue Pub. Co., Westerville, Ohio, 1925
2813Wilson's reply to Watson, "Prohibition Bill Not Wrong"

25. Race Relations

2814"An Address on Domestic Slavery," Pro-Slavery Convention, St.Louis, No., 1855
2815Chavis, John M.T., and McNitt, William, "A Brief History of the Detroit Urban League," Mich. Hist. Collections, The University of Mich., Ann Arbor, July 1971
2816Cobb, Howell and others, "To Our Constituents," Wash., D.C., February, 1849
about slavery
2817Cook, Charles C., "A Comparative Study of the Negro Problem," The American Negro Academy, Wash., D.C., 1899
2818Damon, Anna, "Victory,"-Supreme Court case of Angelo Herndon, Inter. Labor Defense, New York, April 1937
2819Daniels, Josephus, "Knocks Out Ring Organ's 'Negro' Charges," Atlanta Journal (reprint), September 25, 1905
2820Eleazer, Robert B., "America's Tenth Man," Conference on Ed. and Race Relations, Atlanta, Georgia, 1933-1941 (5 items)
2821"Eugenics in relation to the New Family and the law on Racial Integrity," Bureau of Vital Statistics, Richmond, Va., 1924
2822Felton, Jule W., "An Appeal to Save Our Written Constitutional Form of Government," Georgia, circa 1954
2823"Findings and Recommendations," Conference on Ed. and Race Relations, Georgia Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn., August 3-4, 1933
2824Genovese, Eugene D., "The Response of Various African People To Enslavement In The New World," Bloomington, Indiana, October 1966
2825Gillespie, G.T., "A Southern Christian Looks at The Race Problem," The Southern Presbyterian Journal, Weaverville, N.C
2826Hall, Rob. F., "A Message to The South," Alabama State Comm. Communist Party, Birmingham, Ala., 1942
2827Kingsbury, O.A., "The Freedman's Home," Am. Tract Soc., N.Y.
2828Lefler, Hugh Talmage, "Hinton Rowan Helper Advocate of A 'White America'," The Historical Pub. Co., Inc., Charlotte Charlottesville, Va., 1935
2829Moses, W.H., "The Colored Babtists' Family Tree," The Sunday School Pub. Board of The Nat. Babtist Convention, Nashville Tenn., 1925
2830McNeilly, James H., "Religion and Slavery," Pub. House of the M.E. Church, Nashville, Tenn., 1911
2831Roberts, Jos. A., "The Race Conflict In Southern States" Savannah, Georgia, 1899
2832Thompson, Henry D., "Mississippi Fitting Her Colored Teachers for the New Problems," National Security League, New York, 1919
2833Vallandigham, C.L., "Ohio Black Laws," Congressional Globe Office, Wash., D.C., 1859
a speech
2834Weeks, Stephen B., "The History of Negro Suffrage in the South," Political Science Quarterly, Vol. IX, No.4 (reprint), 1894

26. Railroads

2835"Addresses on Railroad Topics," by: George Baker, George Harrison, Daniel Loomis, Ralph Clark, Richard F. Mitchell, 1954-1960 (4 items)
2836"Annual Reports, Statistical Records of the Associrca of American Railroads", 1956-1957 (4 items)
291Ibid, 1957-1959 (4 items)
292Ibid, 1959-1961 (4 items)
293Ibid, 1954-1960 (4 items)
294Ibid, 1939-1961 (8 items)
295Bibliography, U.S. Railroad Administration Publications, Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash.,D.C., 1952
296"Bibliography of Railroad Literature" and "Railroad Film Directory," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash.,D.C., 1954-1959 (5 items)
297Books for Children, 1954-1960 (8 items)
includes: comic books, story book
298"Comments on the Preservation of the Common Carrier System in the U.S.," The Traffic Service Corp., Wash.,D.C., 1959
299Corliss, Carlton J., "The Day of Two Noons," Associrca of Am. Railroads,. Wash.,D.C., 1952 1959 (2 items)
301"The Electro-motice Story," General Motors, circa 1961
302"Essays on Inherent Advantages and Traditional Differentials Simmons-Boardman Pub. Corp., New York, 1954 1956 (2 items)
303"Federal Aid and Wages of Railroads", 1954 1959 (2 items)
304"Federal Transportation Policy and Program," U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Wash.,D.C., March 1960
305"Foreign Railroad Operations," Includes: Great Britian and WW II, 1951 1952 (2 items)
306Grouch, George, "Erie Under Gould and Fisk," New York, 1870
307"Growth and Progress of Railroads", 1953-1958 (11 items)
308"Letter from Robert S. Henry," Mississippi Historical Review, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1 (reprint), June 1946
309"History of Railroads," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash.,D.C., 1954 1957 (2 items)
includes: highlights and chronology
3010"Inside of Railroads", 1954-1961 (3 items)
includes: what man does, the stations, the trains
3011Miscirca pamphlets on railroads, 1953-1960 (15 items)
includes: the railroad situation passenger problems, economic condition, proposals, management's dilemma
3012Miscirca papers, 1958-circa 1960 (6 items)
includes: "The Surplus Diesel Fireman Position" Railroad info. poster, law and contemporary problems, Currier & Ives article, notes for the Congressional Calender
3013"Money"-Taxes, rates, expenditures, 1953-1960 (13 items)
includes: reports, essays, addresses, comments by William Faricy, Daniel Loomis, John G. Shott, A.K. Seder, and others
3014"The Most Mail for The Least Money," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Washington, D.C.
3015"Organization and Activities of The Associrca of Am. Railroads," Washington, D.C., May 1959
3016"Pamphlets on Mergers," The Penn-Central Merger Info. Comm., New York, circa 1961 (2 items)
3017Peck, John B., "The Railways and The Public", c.1877
3018"Rail Oddities," Interesting facts, Associrca of Am Railroads, Wash.,D.C., January 1957
3019"Railroads For National Defense", 1953-1960 (6 items)
311Railway Digest, Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash., D.C., February 1952-March 1956 (24 items)
312Ibid, April 1956-December 1958 (26 items)
313Ibid, January 1959-October 1960 (18 items)
314"Rates, Rules and Regulation Books", 1905-1911 (7 items)
315Ibid, 1917-1950 (6 items)
321"Recent Accessions of Interest" and "Reports By and For the Assoc of Am. Railroads", 1953-1960 (24 items)
322"Reports, Messages and Court Cases", 1880-1912 (6 items)
323Ibid., Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. Reorganization, 1955
324Ibid, 1954-1962 (7 items)
325"A Review of Railway Operations," Associrca of Am. Railroads, Wash.,D.C., 1954-1962 (8 items)
326"A Revolution Rides The Rails," Modern Railroads, Chicago, Ill., circa 1950
327"Slump in Railroad Earnings Laid to Washington Policies," The Christian Science Monitor, February 1958
328"Teaching Aids and Guides to Railways", circa 1950s (17 items)
includes: quizes, aids, college coursebook and careers
331Thomas, G.F., "Appletons' Railway and Steam Navigation Guide," D. Appleton & Co., New York, December, 1858
332Tigrett, I.B., "My Railroad Saga," The Newcomen Socirca in North Am., New York, 1952 (2 copies)
333"Time Schedules, Routes, List of Principal Railroads and Information Book", 1903-1961 (14 items)
includes: Rock Island, Sante Fe, Penn., Wabash, Chicago Northwestern, Northern Pacific, Frisco Lines
334"Transportation Reviews", 1954-1960 (5 items)
includes: "The Railroad Situation," "The Urgent Six," "Competitive Transportation Review," "The Gathering Storm"
335"Booklets on Card Games," The U.S. Playing Card Co. Cin., Ohio, 1921 (5 items)
336"The Official Rules of Card Games," The U.S. Playing Card Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1923
337Spalding's Athletic Library, Am. Sports Pub. Co., New York, 1922-1924 (4 items)
includes: "Tennis Annual," "How to Play Lawn Tennis," "The Strokes and Science of Lawn Tennis" and "Tennis Errors and the Remedies"

27. Religion

338"American and the Holy Land," Institute of Contemporary Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1972
a colloquium
339"The American of Jewish Faith," The American Council For Judaism, Inc., Phil., Pa., May 1945
3310Ballantine, William G., "Problems In Translating The New Testament," Johnson's Bookstore, Springfield, Mass., 1927
3311Bartlett, Irving H., "Bushnell, Cousin, and Comprehensive Christianity," Dept. of Humanities, Mass. Institute of Tech., Cambridge, Mass., 1958
3312Berger, Elmer, "Emancipation: the Rediscovered Ideal," Am. Council for Judaism, Inc., Phil., Pa., 1945
3313Blackshear, Mary Baber, "Historic Sketch of the Earliest Beginning of Christ Church in Macon, Georgia," Macon, March 1939
3314"Christian Giving," No. 1 and 2, Chicago, Ill., c.1880s (2 items)
3315"Concordia College Catologues" and "Our Church Record, (Vol. 14, No.7)," Ashville, N.C., 1903-04 1910 (3 items)
3316Crouse, A.L., "Pulpit and Altar Fellowship," Hickory, N.C., 1893
3317Dixon, A.C., "Missions in the Southern States," Maryland Babtist Mission Room, Baltimore, Md., c.1880s
3318"An Epitomized Statement of the Divine Plan of the Ages," Old Theology Quarterly, Tower Bible & Tract Soc., Allegheny, Pa., 1892
3319Ford, Franklin,"Tammany Hall's Roman Catholic Greeting to Col. Lindbergh," Radio Station WHAP, New York, June 1927
3320"Funeral Sermons for Susan Allibone and Francis Collins Clements," Phil., Pa., 1853 1854 (2 items)
341Gibbon, Frederick Fitz, "A Lucky Dog or A Sailor's Yarn," Book & Variety Stores
342Logan, A.E., "Readings on the Bible," Georgia Bible Institute, Athens, Georgia, 1967 1972 (3 items)
343"Memorial Addresses," Presbyterian Comm. of Pub., Richmond, Va., 1886
344Meyer, Martin A. and Schulman, Samuel, "Jew and Non-Jew" and "Jewish Ethics," Jewish Tracts, The Tract Comm., No.3 & 4, Cincinnati, Ohio (2 items)
345Misc., c.1880s-circa 1943 (7 items)
includes: programs, brief articles on religion and "State Mission Points"
346"Minutes of the Baptist General Associrca of Va.," Gary & Clemmitt, Printers, Richmond, Va., 1866
347"Minutes of the 67th Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Tenn. Synod," New Market, Va., 1887
348"Minutes of the Women's Missionary Socirca of the United Evangelical Lutheran Synod," Bynum Printing Co., Raleigh, N.C., 1922
349Nelson, Ernest, "The Theory of Persecution," reprint from "Persecution and Liberty", 1932
3410The Philistine, Socirca of the Philistines, Vol. 24, No.5, April 1907
a periodical of protest
3411Posey, Walter Brownlow, "The Development of Methodism In the Old Southwest, 1783-1824," Weatherford Printing Co., Tuscaloosa, Ala., 1933
3412Reimensnyder, J.M., "The Support of the Ministry," Lutheran Pub. Soc., Phil., Pa., 1902
3413"Sketches on Methodist Churches and Alabama Conference Historical Society," Ala. Conference Hist. Soc., Montgomery, Ala., 1908 1910 (5 items)
3414Stevens, Wm. Bacon, "A Sermon," King & Baird, Phil., Pa., 1852
3415Tichenor, H.M., "Primative Beliefs"', People's Pocket Series No. 184, Appeal Pub. Co., Girard, Kansas, 1921
3416Ware, Charles Crossfield, "Roundtree Chronicles," The North Carolina Christian Missionary Convention, Wilson, N.C., 1947
3417Wesley, John, "A Serman On the Death of The Rev. George Whitefield, Preached on Sunday, November 18, 1770," Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1953

28. South Carolina

3418"Annual Report of the Historical Comm. and Archives Dept. of South Carolina," Columbia, S.C., 1954 1955 (2 items)
3419"Annual Report of the N.circa Agricultural Experiment Station" Office and Lab in the Agricultural Dept. Building, Raleigh, N.C., 1882
3420Bodie, Idella, The Secret of Telfair Inn, Sandlapper Press, Columbia, S.C., 1971
3421Boucher, Chauncey Samuel, "The Ante-bellum Attitude of South Carolina Towards Manufacturing and Agriculture," Washington University Studies, Wash. University, St. Louis, Mo., Vol. III, No. 14, April 1916
351Kolnitz, Alfred H. von, "The Battery in Charleston, S.C.," The Hist. Comm. of the City of Charleston, 1937
352Kyte, George W., "General Greene's Plans For The Capture of Charleston, 1781-1782," S.circa Historical Magazine, Vol. LXII, April 1961
353"Laws and Ordinances of Connelly Springs, N.C.," pub. by authority of the town council, Connelly Springs, 1920 1926 (2 items)
354"Premium List of the State Agricultural and Mechanical Socirca of S.C.," Hugh Wilson, Printer, Abbeville, S.C., 1897
355"Report of the Secretary and Treasurer," University South Caroliniana Soc., 1937-1940 (3 items)
356Salley, A.S. Jr., "The Jackson Vase," The State Co., Columbia, S.C., 1915
357Sheppard, William Arthur, "Some Reasons Why Red Shirts Remembered," Spartanburg, S.C., 1940
358Trezevant, D.H., "The Burning of Columbia, S.C.," S.circa Power Press, Columbia, (reprint of issue), 1866
359Weatherford, W.D., "James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow," Southern Sketches, The Hist. Pub. Co., Inc., Charlottesville. Va., No.3, 1935
3510"Your State's Records," Hist. Comm. of S.C., Info. Circular No.3, 1954

29. Southern History

3511Alderman, Ernest H. and Coulter, E.M., "The North Carolina Colonial Bar" and "The Granville District," The James Sprunt Historical Publications, The N.circa Hist. Soc, Vol. 13, No. 1, 1913
3512Bailey, Barker and Cantrell, "A History of the Alabama Academy of Science," Ala. Acad. of Sc., Auburn, Ala., 1963
3513Barbee, David Rankin, "The Capture of Jefferson Davis," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine (reprint), July 1947
3514Barnes, Frank, "Fort Sumter," Nat. Park Hist. Handbook Series, No. 12, Wash.,D.C., 1952
3515Berkeley, Francis, "Dunmore's Proclamation of Emancipation," The Tracy W. McGregor Library, University of Va., 1941
3516"Blue Book of Southern Progress," Manufacturers Record, Baltimore, Md., 1922
3517Boney, F.N., "The South's Peculiar Intuition," Louisiana Studies, The La. Studies Institute, Natchitoches, La.,Vol. XII, No.4, Winter 1973
3518Bonner, James C., "War Crime Trials, 1865-1867," Social Forces, Vol. 22, No.2 (reprint), April 1947
3519Boyd, Mark F., "The Federal Campaign of 1864 in East Florida" and "Asi-Yaholo or Osceola," The Florida Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXIX, No. 1, and Vol. XXXIII (reprint), June 1950 1955
3520Brooks, R.P., "Conscription in The Confederate States of America, 1862-1865," Bulletin of the University of Georgia, Vol. XVII, No.4, March 1917
3521Buck, Paul H., "The Genesis of the Nation's Problem in the South," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. VI, No.4 (reprint), November 1940
3522Butler, Benjamin, and Crawford, William T., "Speeches in the House of Representatives", 1868 1892 (2 items)
3523Cabell, Sears Wilson, "The 'Bulldog', Longstreet at Gettysburg and Chickamauga," Longstreet Memorial Assoc., Atlanta, Georgia, 1938
3524Callaway, James, "Causes of the War," The Macon Telegraph, (reprint), May 24, 1913 (2 copies)
3525Chapman, Berlin B., "What They Did," United Daughters of the Confederacy, Fla. Division, Orlando, Fla., 1972
3526Chorley, Kenneth, "Colonial Williamsburg, The First Twenty Five Years," Williamsburg Restoration, Inc., December 1951
3527"Constitution of the State of North Carolina"
3528Crouse, A.L., "Historical Sketches of Alexander County N.C., Friendship Lutheran, Hopewell Reformed and Charity Babtist Churches," A.L. Crouse & Son, Hickory, N.C., 1905
3529"United Daughters of the Confederacy Items", c.1898-1942 (3 items)
includes: the constitution, a report and "Why Did Our Fathers Die"
3530Davis, E.A. and Stephenson, W.H., "The Civil War Diary of Willie Micajah Barrow," The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, (reprint), July, October 1934
361Davis, E.A., "A Louisiana Volunteer, Letters of William J. Walter,," Southwest Review, 1861-1862
362Dorris, Jonathan Truman, "A Glimpse At Historic Madison County and Richmond, Kentucky," Madison County Historical Soc., Richmond, Kentucky, 1934
363Dorris, Jonathan Truman, "State's Rights and Sectionalism," Old Washington, Ohio, 1948
a speech, at the dedication of the monument to three unknown Confederate soldiers
364Dorris, Jonathan T., "The Treatment of Confederates by Lincoln, Johnson and Congress, 1861-1898," Lincoln Herald, (reprint), 1959-1960
365The East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications, East Tenn. Hist. Soc., Knoxville, Tenn., No.7, 1935
366Eaton, Clement, "Kentucky Colonel-New Vintage," The Southern Literary Messenger, Richmond, Va. (reprint), March 1942
367"Executive and Congressional Directory of the Confederate States, 1861-1865," Record and Pension Office, War Dept., 1899
368Ferdinand, M. Bayard, "Travels of a Frenchman in Maryland and Virginia," Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich., 1950
369Fields, F.T., "Texas Sketchbook," Houston, Texas, February 1955
3610Fitts, Albert N., "The Confederate Convention, 1 and 2," The Alabama Review, 1949 (2 items)
3611"The Force Bill Is Alive", c.1892
3612Gaines, Francis Pendleton, "Lee: The Final Achievement," The Southern Socirca of New York, 1933 (2 copies)
3613Gee, Wilson, "The 'Drag' of Talent Out of the South," Social Forces, Vol. 15, No.3 (reprints), March 1937
3614"The Governor's Palace," Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., July 1934
3615Graham, Henry Tucker, "Some Things For Which The South Did Not Fight", May 1946
3616"The Great South," Scribner's Monthly, Vol. VIII, No.6, October, 1874
3617Greeley, Horace, speeches, 1872 (2 items)
on Virginia and the KKK
3618Hamilton, J.G. De Roulhac, "The State Courts and the Confederate Constitution," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. IV, No.4 (reprint), November 1938
3619Hanna, A.J., "The Confederate Baggage and Treasure Train Ends Its Flight In Florida," Florida Historical Quarterly, (reprint), January 1939
a diary of Tench Francis Tilghman
3620Harwell, Richard Barksdale, "Confederate Anti-Lincoln Literature" and "Propaganda for Secession," from Lincoln Herald, Vol. 53, No.3, 1951 and Vol. 54, No.4 (reprint), Fall 1951 1952
3621Harwell, Richard Barksdale, "A Confederate Diary of the Retreat from Petersburg, 1865," Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1953
3622Harwell, Richard Barksdale, "The Creed of A Propagandist: Letter from a Confederate Editor," Journalism Quarterly, (reprint), Spring 1951
3623Harwell, Richard Barksdale, "Louisiana Burge: The Diary of A Confederate College Girl," The Georgia Historical Quarterly Vol. XXXVI, pp.144-163, (reprint), June 1952 (20p)
3624Hay, Thomas Robson, "The Davis-Hood-Johnston Controversy of 1864," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, (reprint), June 1924
3625Hederman, Robert M. Jr., "The Hederman Story," The Newcomen Society In North Am., New York, 1966
3626Hesseltine, W.B., "Methodism and Reconstruction in East Tenn.," East Tenn. Historical Society Publications, No.3, (reprint), 1931
3627Hill, Louise B., "State Socialism in The Confederate States Of America," Southern Sketches, The Hist. Pub. Co., Inc., Charlottesville, Va., 1936
3628"The Hines Raid," Indiana Historical Bulletin, Ind. Hist. Bureau, Indianapolis, Ind., Vol. 36, No.4, April 1959
3629"History of the Siege of Vicksburg and Map," Z.M. Davis, Vicksburg, Miss.
3630House, Albert V. Jr., "Northern Congressional Democrats as Defenders of the South During Reconstruction," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. VI, No. 1, (reprint), February 1940
371Howe, Elizabeth M., "A Ku Klux Uniform," The Buffalo Historical Society Publications, Vol. XXV, 1921
372Hunt, B.W., "Immigration to the South," Knoxville, Tenn., May 1905
a speech at the Convention of the Am. Man. Assoc.
373Hunter, George, "Map of the Cherokee Country and the Path thereto in 1730," Bulletins of the Historical Comm. of S.C., Columbia, S.C., No.4, 1917
374Ide, Yoshimitsu, "The Image of the South and West," The Japanese Associrca for Am. Studies, Tokyo, Japan, 1974
375Jillson, Willard Rouse, "Harrod's Old Fort," Kentucky State Hist. Soc., 1929
376Johnson, James G., "The Colonial Southeast, 1732-1736; An International Contest For Territorial and Economic Control," University of Colorado Studies, Vol. 19, No.3,(reprint), May 1932
377Johnson, Ludwell H., "Fort Sumter and Confederate Diplomacy," and "Notes and Documents, Bev. Tucker's Canadian Mission," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XXVII, No.4, and Vol. XXIX, No. 1, (reprints), November 1960 1963 (2 items)
378Johnstone, H.W., "Truth of the War Conspiracy of 1861," Idylwild, Georgia, 1921 (3 copies)
379Jones, Claude C., "Reminiscences of North Carolina," Carolina Discipliana Library, Wilson, N.C., 1954
3710Jones, Walter Burgwyn, "The Confederate Veteran," United Confederate Veterans Final Reunion, Montgomery, Ala., September 1944
a speech
3711Jones, Walter Burgwyn, "The South Faces History Unafraid," Montgomery, Ala., October 1945
a speech
3712The Junior Historian, The Texas State Hist. Assoc., Austin, Vol. III, No.3, December 1942
3713Klingberg, Frank Wysor, "The Southern Claims Commission: A Postwar Agency in Operation," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXXII, No.2, (reprint), September 1945
3714"John Aker Lafferty and Francis Henry Lafferty His Wife During the Civil War," W. Lafferty, December 21, 1921
3715Lerner, Eugene M., "The Monetary and Fiscal Programs of The Confederate Government, 1861-1865" and "Money, Prices and Wages in the Confederacy," The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. LXII, No.6, and Vol. LXIII, No. 1, (reprints), December,1954 1955
3716"A 17th Century Letter," Smithsonian Institute, Wash., D.C., November 1936
Gabriel Diaz Vara Calderón, Bishop of Cuba, Describing The Indians and Indian Missions of Florida
3717Loring, Charles G., Reconstruction, Little, Brown and Co., Boston, Mass, 1866
3718Lowenberg, Bert James, "Efforts of the South to Encourage Immigration, 1865-1900," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. XXXII, No.4, (reprint), October 1934
3719Lowry, Sumter L., "Samuel Catawba Lowry's Civil War Diary"
3720Mathews, Joseph J., "Civil War News," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LII, No.3, (reprint), July 1953
3721Miller, William, "The Battle of Natural Bridge," Apalachee, Vol. 4, (reprint), 1956
3722"Minutes of the Meetings of the United Daughters of the Confederacy," Georgia and National, 1899-1902 (3 items)
3723Ibid, 1903 1913 (2 items)
3724Misc., c.1895
2 postcards and a newspaper clipping
381Monroe, James, "An Account of Some of the Activities of Confederate Forces in and Around Huntsville, Ala.," from the papers of James Monroe Mason
382"More News From Virginia...Bacon's Rebellion" and "Dunmore's Proclamation of Emancipation," The Tracy W. McGregor Library, University of Va., 1941 1943 (2 items)
383"Mount Vernon," L. Winsor House, Virginia, 1899
384McGovern, James R., "Andrew Jackson and Pensacola" The Jackson Day Sesquicentennial Comm., Pensacola, Fla., 1971
385"National Parks", circa 1920s-1973 (10 items)
includes: battlefields:in Tenn. and Georgia, the White House of the Confederacy, Tenn, Rugby Colony, The Confederate Museum, Horseshoe Bend National Park, Fort Donelson, historic Macon
386Nelligan, Murray H., "Lee Mansion, National Memorial" National Park Service Historical Handbook, Series No.6, Washington, D.C., 1952
387"Norfolk Virginia," Norfolk, Va., 1910 1920 (2 items)
388Owsley, Frank L., "Defeatism In the Confederacy," The North Carolina Historical Review, (reprint), July 1926
389Owsley, Frank L., "Local Defense and the Downfall of the Confederacy: A Study of State Rights," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XI, No.4, (reprint), March 1925
3810Perry, Oran, "Recollections of the Civil War," Indiana History Bulletin, Vol. V, No.3, July 1928
3811Pipkin, Charles W., "Social Legislation In the South," Southern Policy Papers No.3, University of N.circa Press, Chapel Hill, 1936
3812Porter, William D. and others, "State Sovereignty," Associrca Tract No.2, 1860
3813"Proceedings and By-Laws of the Georgia Division of the United Confederate Veterans," Brunswick, Georgia, 1913
3814"A Proclamation of Settling the Plantation of Virginia, 1625" The Tracy W. McGregor Library, University of Va., Charlottesville, Va., 1946
3815Purdue, Ida Page, "Papers Pertaining To The Confederacy," Wash.,D.C., 1960
3816Ramsell, Charles W., "The Control of Manufacturing by the Confederate Government," The Miss. Valley Historical Review, Vol. VIII, No.3, (reprint), December 1921
3817Reid, Samuel circa Jr., "Capture and Escape of General John H. Morgan," The University of Emory Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1947
3818Roberts, A. Sellew, "High Prices and the Blockade in the Confederacy," South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. XXIV, No.2, (reprint), 1925
3819Roberts, A. Sellew, "The Federal Government and Confederate Cotton," American Historical Review, Vol. XXXII, No.2 (reprint), January 1927
3820Robertson, James I. Jr., "The Civil War," U.S. Civil War Centennial Comm., Washington, D.C., 1963
3821Robinson, William M. Jr., "The Alabama-Kearsarge Battle,"" The Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., 1924
3822Robinson, William M. Jr., "Prohibition In the Confederacy," The American Historical Review, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, (reprint), October 1931
3823Rolfe, John, "A True Relation of the State of Virginia in 1616," The University of Va. Press, Charlottsville, Va., 1971
3824Rutherford, Mildred Lewis, 1914-1917 (5 items)
speeches on certain topics
391Shpall, Leo, "The Jews of the South and the Civil War," The Jewish Forum, New York, (reprint), December 1942-July 1943
392Sitterson, J. Carlyle, "The Transition From Slave to Free Economy on the William J. Miner Plantation," Agricultural History, Vol. 17, pp.216-224 (reprint), October 1943 (9p)
393"The South's Place in the Nation," Public Affairs Pamphlets, Pub. Affairs Comm., Wash., D.C., No.6, 1936
394"Speeches" by Edgar Cowen, Jas. R. Doolittle, H. McCulloch, O.H. Browning, National Union Executive Comm., Wash.,D.C., 1866
395Spencer, Samuel, "The Last Message of Samuel Spencer to the South," Agricultural Assoc., Montgomery, Ala., October 1906
a speech
396Spotswood, Alexander, "Iron Works At Tuball," McGregor Library, University of Va., 1945
397Stampp, Kenneth M. "The Southern Road to Appomattox," Cotton Memorial Papers, University of Texas at El Paso, No.4, February 1969
398Stephenson, W.H., "The South Lives In History," The Historical Outlook, Vol. XXIII, No.4, (reprint), April 1932
399Taylor, Rosser H., "Post-Bellum Southern Rental Contracts," Agricultural History, Vol. 17, pp. 121-128. (reprint), April 1943 (8p)
3910Texas Daughters of the American Revolution" Tex. Daugh. of the Am. Rev., 1936
3911"The Texas Naval," Naval History Division, Navy Dept., Wash.,D.C., 1968
3912"The Texas State Historical Associrca Sixty Fifth and Sixty Sixth Annual Meeting" Tex. State Hist. Assoc., Austin, 1961-1962 (2 items)
3913Thomas, David, Y., "Calling the Secession Convention in Arkansas," The Southwestern Political and Social Science Quarterly, Vol. V, No.3, (reprint), December 1924
3914Thomas, David Y., "The Confederate State Government in Arkansas," Proceedings of Sixth Annual Convention of the Southwestern Political and Social Scirca Assoc., Dallas, Texas (reprint), 1925
3915Thomas, William H., "Explanation of the Fund held in trust by the U.S. for the North Carolina Cherokees," Wash., 1858
3916Tindall, George B., "The Benighted South: Origins of A Modern Image," The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 40, No.2, (reprint), Spring 1964
3917Tindall, George B., "Business Progressivism: Southern Politics In the Twenties," The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LXII, No. 1, (reprint), Winter 1963
3918Tucker, Beverley, "Address to the People of the U.S.," Emory University Library, Atlanta, Georgia, 1948
3919"Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Second Regiment Mass. Infantry Ass'n," U.S. Hotel, Boston, Mass., September 1900
3920Tyler, Lyon Gardiner, "A Confederate Catechism," 3rd edition, November 1929
3921Vandiver, Frank E., "A Collection of Louisiana Confederate Letters," The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 26, No.4, (reprint), October 1943
3922Vandiver, Frank E., "Confederate Plans For Procuring Subsistence Stores" and "The Food Supply of the Confederate Armies, 1865," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, and Vol. XXXVI, No.2, (reprints), April 1946 1944 (2 items)
3923Vandiver, Frank E., "How the Yankees Are Losing the War," Southwest Review, Winter 1955
3924Vandiver, Frank E., "A Sketch of Efforts Abroad to Equip the Confederate Armory At Macon," Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, (reprint), March 1944
3925Vandiver, Frank E., "Texas and the Confederate Army's Mea Problem," The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. XLVI No.3, (reprint), January 1944
3926Vaughin, Laurence Meredith, "Just the Little Story of Cumberland Gap," Middlesboro Chamber of Commerce, Middles Ky., 1927
3927Venable, Austin L., "The Conflict Between the Douglas and Yancey Forces in the Charleston Convention," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. VIII, No.2, (reprint), May 1942 (2 copies)
3928Weeks, O. Douglas, "The League of United Latin-American Citizens: A Texas-Mexican Civic Organization," The Southwestern Political and Social Science Quarterly, Aust Texas, Vol. X, No.3, (reprint), 1929
3929Wiley, Bell Irvin, "The Movement to Humanize the Institute of Slavery During the Confederacy," The Emory University Quart Vol. V, No.4, (reprint), December 1949
3930Williams, T. Harry, "The Louisiana Unification Movement of 1873," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XI, No.3, (reprint), August 1945
3931Winn, Sallie Kiger, "The Civil War Diary of Mrs. Henriett Fitzhugh Barr," Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, 1963
3932Wyllys, Rufus Kay, "The East Florida Revolution of 1812-1814," The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. IX, N (reprint), November 1929
3933Zeichner, Oscar, "The Legal Status of the Agricultural Laborer in the South," Political Science Quarterly, Vol. L No.3, (reprint), September 1940

30. World War I

401Adams, E.D., "The Hoover War Collection," Stanford University Press, Stanford, Ca., circa 1920
402Altschul, Charles, "German Militarism and Its German Crit War Information Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., No. 13, March 1918
403"American Loyalty," by citizens of German descent, War In Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No.6, August 19
404Archer, William, "The Pirate's Progress," Harper Brothers Pub., New York, 1918
405"Army, Navy, Marine Corps Cuntonments, Camps and Stations," Southern Railway System States of Am., 1917
406Baker, Newton and Lane, Frank, "The Nation In Arms" War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No.2, August 1917 (2 copies)
407"The Balance Sheet of the Nations at War," Bankers Trust Co., New York, 1917 (2 copies)
408Barber, Frederick A., "The Horror of It All," Historical Foundations, New York, 1933
a gruesome pictorial
409Barker, Ernest, "Linguistic Oppression in the German Empire" Harper Brothers Pub., New York, 1918
4010"The Battle Line of Democracy," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., 1917
4011Becker, Carl L., "America's War Aims and Peace Program," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., No.21, November 1918
4012Bigelow, Poultney and Page, Ralph W., "The British American Adventures Toward Liberty" and "Britian, Mother of Colonies" The Library of War Literature, New York, 1918
4013Birge, Winslow and Van Hise, "Report Upon the Statements of Dr. Robert McNutt McElroy," University of Wis., 1918
4014"General Von Bissing's Testament: A Study In German Ideals," T. Fisher Unwin, ltd., London, circa 1917
4015Call, Arthur D., "The War And Peace," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info,, Wash.,D.C., No. 14, March 1918 (2 copies)
4016Cammaerts, Emile, "Through The Iron Bars," John Lane Co., New York, 1917
4017Clyde, Paul Hibbert, "Manchuria and Siberia: 1918," from Contemporary Japan, June 1934
4018Commons, John R., "Who Is Paying For the War" and "Why Working Men Support the War," of the University of Wis., No. 1 and 2, Madison, January 1918 (2 items)
War Pamphlets
4019"Conquest and Kultur," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., No.5, January 1918 (2 copies)
4020"Cross of Honor and Cross of Service" M. Lewis Rutherford, Athens, Georgia, 1925
an essay contest
4021Darrow, Clarence, "The War," The National Secirca League, New York, 1917
4022"A Declaration of Interdependence," The Library of War Literature, New York, 1918 (2 copies)
commemoration of July 4, 1776 in London, 1918
4023Drewry, Elizabeth B., "Historical Units of Agencies of the First World War," Bulletins of the National Archives, No, July 1942
4024Dunning, William Archibald, "A Hundred Years of Peace Between the Two Great English-Speaking Nations," Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915
4025"Economic Mobilization In the U.S.," War Dept., Wash.,D.C., 1918
4026Frothingham, Arthur L., "War Facts and Peace Problems," National Security League, New York, 1919
411Garner, J.W. and Scott, G.W., "The German War Code," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No. 11, February,1918 (2 copies)
412"German Confessions," The Comm. on Public Info., Wash.,D.C., circa 1918
413"German Plots and Intrigues," The Comm. on Public Info., Wash.,D.C., July 1918
414"German Treatment of Conquered Territory," The Comm. on Public Info., Wash.,D.C., No.8, March 1918 (2 copies)
415"German War Practices," The, Comm. on Public Info., Wash. D.C., January,1918
416Greene, Evarts B., "American Interest in Popular Government Abroad," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D. No.8, September 1917
417Harding, Samuel B., "The Study of the Great War," War In Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C, No. 16, April
418Hart, A.B. and Lovejoy, A.O., "Handbook of the War for Readers, Speakers and Teachers," National Security League, New York, 1918
419Hazen, Charles D., "The Government of Germany," War Info Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No.3, August, 1
4110"How the War Came To America," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., June 15, 1917 1918 (5 copies)
4111Howard, Keble, "The Zeebrugge Affair," George H. Doran Co., New York, circa 1918
4112Huntington and Gregory, "The Geography of Europe," Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn., 1918
4113"The Kaiserite In America," The Comm. on Pub. Info Wash., D.C., circa 1918
4114Lansing, Robert and Post, Louis, "A War of Self-Defense," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No.5, August 1917 (2 copies)
4115"The Last Decade of European History and the Great War," Ginn and Co., Boston, 1918
4116Leeper, A.W.A., "The Justice of Rumania's Cause," George H. Doran Co., New York, 1917
4117Prince Lichnowsky, "My Mission To London 1912-1914," George H. Doran Co., New York, circa 1914
4118"Loyalty Leaflets" Wash.,D.C., No. 1-7, 1917-1918 (7 items)
includes: Joseph Buffington, Fred circa Walcott, Woodrow Wilson, Elihu Root. Comm. on Pub. Info.
4119Mathews, Shailer, "Democracy and World Politics," National Security League, Inc., New York, 1918
4120Maxim, Hudson, "Leading Opinions Both For And Against National Defense," Hearst's International Library Co., New York, 1916
4121Mayence, Fernand, "The Legend of the 'Francs-Tireurs' of Lourain," Fr. Ceuterick, Lourain, Belgium, 1928
4122Meier, Albert G., "How The War Was Made In Germany," National Security League, Inc., New York, 1918
421Cardinal Mercier, "An Appeal to Truth," Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1915
422Merz, Charles, "First Session of the War Congress," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., October 1917
423Moran, Thomas F., "Ten Fundamental War Principles," National Security League, New York, circa 1918
424Muir, Ramsay, "The Character of the British Empire," George H. Doran Co., New York, 1917 (2 copies)
425Murray, Gilbert, "Great Britian's Sea Policy," T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., London, 1917
426McLaughlin, Andrew, "The Great War," War Info Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., No.4, August 1917 (2 copies)
427"National Service Handbook," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., 1917
428Nearing, Scott, "The Great Madness," The Rand School of Social Sc., New York, 1917
429"The New Map of Europe," The League to Enforce Peace, New York, circa 1918
4210O'Donnell, T.J., "The Relation Between the Declaration of Independence and the World War," The National Security League, New York, circa 1918
4211"Outline of the Course on Issues of the War for the Student Army Training Corps," Columbia University, New York, 1918
4212"The Pan-German Programme," George H. Doran Co., New York, circa 1915 1918 (2 items)
4213"Peace and Its Price," Am. Eagle Fire Insurance Co., New York, 1919
4314"The Presidents Flag Day Address," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., September 15, 1917 (2 copies)
4215"Publications of the Committee on Public Info.," World Peace Foundation, Boston, Mass., 1918
4216"Questions on the Issues of the War," Comm. on Education and Special Training, circa 1918
4217"The Scrap of Paper," German Chancellor's explanation and Great Britian's reply, January 1915 (2 copies)
4218Sherman, Stuart P., "American and Allied Ideals," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., No. 12, February 1918
4219"General Smuts's Message to South Wales," George H. Doran Co., New York, 1918
4220Sperry, Earl E., "The Tentacles of the German Octopus In America," National Secirca League, New York, circa 1915
4221Starr, Merritt, "German Submarine Warfare", November 1918
a speech
4222Stimson, Henry L., "The Military Needs of the U.S.," The National Security League, New York, circa 1918
4223Stovall, Pleasant A., "The Neutralty of Switzerland", June 1922
4224"A Syllabus for the War Issues Course," University of N.C., Chapel Hill, N.C., 1918
4225Tatlock, John S.P., "Why America Fights Germany," War Info. Series, Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash., D.C., No. 15, March 191 (2 copies)
4226"Teacher's Patriotic Leaflets," National Secirca League, New York, 1919
4227Thomas, Henry D., "How To Obtain Citizenship Papers," National Secirca League, New York, 1919
4228"U.S. Civics," Institute for Public Service, New York, circa 19
4229Vance, William R., "The Supreme Court of the U.S. as an International Tribunal," Judicial Settlement of International Disputes, No.23, Baltimore, Md., 1915
4230"War Cyclopedia," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., 1918
4231"War Labor and Peace," The Comm. on Pub. Info., Wash.,D.C., March 1918
4232"War Maps," Syndicate Pub. Co., New York, 1914
4233"War Map of Europe" and "New War Zone Map," A.J. Nystrom and Co., Chicago, Ill., circa 1918 (2 items)
431Weston, Frank, "The Black Slaves of Prussia," Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Mass., 1918 (2 copies)
432Wilson, Woodrow, "The U.S. and Latin Am.", October 1913
a speech
433Wilson, Woodrow, "The War Message and Facts Behind It," War Info. Series, Comm. on pub. Info., Wash.,D.C, No. 1, June 1917 (2 copies)
434Wood, Eric Fisher, "The Swiss System," The National Security League, New York, 1916
435Woodwark, G.G., "Great Britain For Democracy" The Convention of the American Banker's Assoc., 1918
a speech

31. World War II

436"Global Atlas of the World At War," The World Pub. Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1940
437"The Role of the Hungarian Soldier in World War II," Colle Society of Hungarian Veterans, Newark, N.J., circa 1945
438Sixth Army Pictorial, Vol. 2, No. 2, December 1945
439Yank Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 14 and Vol. 1, No. 7, 1945 (2 items)