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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the four-county area of Greeley, Howard, Sherman & Valley, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this NEW 34-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the topics included are: GREELEY COUNTY: Natural features; Early History; Progress of the county; Organization and officials; Scotia, the county seat at the time; O'Connor; Spaulding; HOWARD COUNTY: Natural features and products; First settlements; organization; Early history; Howard County in 1874; Gov. Brisbin's statistics; Progress of the County; the Flood of 1881; the Murder of Lubin Paxton; Present conditions of the County (1882); St. Paul, the county seat -- early history, improvements, afrightful tragedy, newspapers, societies, churches; Dannebrog; St. Libory ; SHERMAN COUNTY: Location; Early History and Hardships; First Murder Trial; Progress and Prosperity; County Matters; Loup City, the county seat-- early history, O.B. Willard and Mrs. Allie C. Willard; VALLEY COUNTY: Description; Early History; "Firsts"; Organization and Elections; Progress of the County; Ord, the county seat -- early history, local matters; North Loup -- early history. Besides the many names mentioned in the history portion of the booklet, there are biographies of many residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Where pictures are included (pix) follows the name. Biographical sketches include: GREELEY COUNTY: Scotia -- Judge John J. Bean, S.W. Bilyeu, S.E. Horton, David Moore, Ed Wright; O'Connor -- T.C. Phelan, A.M. Thayer, T.P. Lanigan;; HOWARD COUNTY: St. Paul -- Paul Anderson, John Barzynski, W.A. Bell, B.F. Bisbing, Enoch S. Chadwick, J.L. Bryan, William H.C. Chinn, Thomas Darnall, H.M. Deegan, J.C. Fleming, L. Fleming, Dr. E.R. Fletcher (pix), Henry Friend, O.M. Goldsberry, James P. Gordon, Henry Hansen, R. Harvey, Harry Hill, Charles Jackson, Peter Johnson, Anthony Jacobson, A.A. Kendall, O.M. Knipple, J.C. Lewis, Thompson McNabb, George Norton, Henry Nunn, J.N. Paul (pix), N.J. Paul (pix), John C. Phillips, C.C. Robinson, G.W. Scott, T.R. Wallace, Charles Wasmer; SHERMAN COUNTY: Loup City -- William Benschoter, M.A. Hartley, E.S. Hayhurst, C.H.E. Heath, John Hogue, Judge George W. Hunter, E.G. Kriechbaum, W.H. Lalk, R.J. Nightingale, C.J. Odendahl, Cyrus E. Rosseter, Joel R. Scott, Robert Taylor, Charles E. Waite, Aaron Wall, John Wall; Wilhelmshohe -- Jacob Albers; Cedarville -- R.C. Hardin; VALLEY COUNTY: Ord -- H.A. Babco, D.C. Bell, John Case, E.M. Coffin, L.A. Ellis, J.B. Gillespie, H.M. Grimes, Dr. F.D. Haldman, Fred L. Harris, Dr. Joseph M Klinker, D.J. Martz, R.F. Milford, Peter Mortensen, Henry W. Nelson, A.M. Robbins, A.D. Robinson, H.G. Rogers, Edward D. Satterlee, Joseph Slobodny, G.H. Stover, Herbert Thurston, Homer A. Walker, B.C. White, J.C. White, W.H. Williams; North Loup -- Charles W. Allen, Oscar Babcock, Dr. Charles Badger, Nehemiah Bee, S.A. Parks, Thomas L. Bedlon, John Sheldon, S.C. Terry, Charles H. Wellman. The final part of the booklet is excerpted from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State. There are brief tour stops in Greeley, St. Paul, Elba, Loup City, and Hazard. We've also included a small map of the four counties from the 1882 book and some current statistics. Seller Inventory # 000640

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the tri-county area of Boone, Merrick and Nance, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this NEW 38-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the topics included are: BOONE COUNTY: Location and natural features, agriculture, water power, communication, county schools, political organization, the Burlington & Missouri War, County officers, Early history, Indian scares, Albion -- history, schools, churches, societies, newspapers, hotels, business, St. Edward -- history, local institutions, Cedar Rapids; MERRICK COUNTY: Description of area, Early history, Crimes and casualties, a list of "firsts", county organization, a list of the first 27 voters in the county, First court case, Grasshopper invasion, communication, schools, Central City -- churches, newspapers, societies, banks, mills, Clark's-- history, churches, Silver Creek -- history, church, Chapman -- history, businesses; NANCE COUNTY: Natural features, boundaries, resources, early settlements, county organization; schools, communication, Fullerton -- history, schools, churches, newspapers, societies, business interests, Genoa --history, schools, churches, newspapers, societies, business interests. Besides the many names mentioned in the history portions of the booklet, there are biographies of many residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Where pictures are included (pix) follows the name. Biographical sketches include: BOONE COUNTY: Albion -- James S. Armstrong, Manly B. Boardman, Samuel P. Bollman, D.F. bothwell, Bronson & Hamilton, Dr. George E. Brown, Loran Clark & Co., Luther Clark, Loran Clark (pix), Rev. A.A. Cressman, Will B. Daniels, C.F. Deffenderfer Joseph Hamilton, Rev. J.A. Hungate, Dr. D.A. Lewis (pix), Mann & Peck, John G. Mackay, Thompson F. Martin, W.A. Mears, W.J. Nelson (pix), C.A. Oblinger, John Peters, Hiram Rice, J. Watson Riley, Dr. James Russell, F.M. Sacket, Dr. J. Henry Smith, F.B. Tiffany; Beaver Precinct -- Joel Berry, Edward Dwyer, Capt. Robert Hardy, Rittel & Laudeman, M.J. Thompson, Capt. Alexander Voorhees; Cedar Rapids -- Dr. E.A. Guillemot; Cedar Precinct -- F.P. Andrews, George W. Brown, Dennis Tracy, Joseph Wysong; Plum Creek Precinct -- H.F. Snider & Co.; Boone Precinct -- B.K. Smith; MERRICK COUNTY: Central City -- E.B. Aldrich, Nelson Barnes, J.T. Biggs, E. Bockes, J.G. Brewer, D.W. Brinkerhoff, F.A. Craig, Otto Foster, E. Hanson, C. Hostetter, H.B. Millard, Joseph N. Osterlind, N.R. Persinger (pix), Harrison W. Persons, J.R. Ratcliff, Q. B. Skinner, C.A. Stitzer, I.S. Tyndale, James Vieregg, W.H. Webster, S.C. Wheeler, Dr. J.B. Whittaker; Clark's -- George C. Agnew, George Foster, F. George Sr., A.A. Honey, R.T. Maxwell, W.R. Morse, Davis Richardson, M.T. Rowland, Major F. Sweet; Silver Creek -- Crawford & James, L.K. Hills; Chapman -- J.J. Gallogly, D.L. Greiner, A. L. Havens, H.H. Goodwin, John L. Martin, Dr. J.E. Morrill; NANCE COUNTY: Fullerton -- Friend J. Brown, Thea F. Elliott, O.D. Fitch, I. R. Fuller, S.J. Harmon, N.C. Judson, M.S. Lindsay, George D. Meiklejohn, J.N. Reynolds, S.L. Sturtevant, James W. Zibbell; Genoa -- Dr. C.S. Barnes, L.F. Ellis, H.P. Smith, D.A. Willard. The final part of the booklet is excerpted from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State. It includes a separate section on the city of Norfolk with a map and eight points of interest. Seller Inventory # 000629

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Where President Andrew Johnson kept the folks in stitches. Greene County, Tennessee! Early days in Greene County, TN, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet composed of colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies excerpted from several sources, including the rare book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co. in 1887. The 41-page booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Despite its overly long paragraphs and lack of good illustrations, the booklet provides a wealth of information. The first paragraph alone, for instance, describes the terrain, tells of the first settler, the first white child born, names of many other early settlers, and discusses early churches. The following pages cover attitutes toward slavery, a convention of the Friends Church with names of delegates, the first Methodist Society in the state, County organization and early magistrates, the first grand jury, the State of Franklin, the circuit court, the chancery court, members of the legal profession, Thomas D. Arnold, the City of Greeneville, merchants, education, Tusculum Academy, newspapers, and the names of many county officials including some as far back as 1783. This biography section of this booklet is a goldmine of information for genealogy seekers, usually giving the names of parents, spouse, in-laws, children, siblings, etc., as well as military service, politics, residence and occupation, in the course of which it often adds tidbits to the history of the area: J.C. Ayers, Marion L. Bailey, Dr. G.N. Bailey, George A. Bailey, Christian Bible, Capt. John C. Bible, Capt. Thomas Bible, W.C. Black, Dr. John R. Boyd, James H. Bright, Col. A.J. Brown, James L. Cain, Rev. Samuel A. Coile, Maj. R.H.M. Donnelly, James O. Earnest, William Mc. Earnest, Benjamin F. Earnest, F.M. Easterly, Dr. J.P. Easterly, Rev. J.B. Fitzgerald, A.J. Frazier, G. L. Gammon, R.G. Gammon, Dr. William Girdner, J.K.P. Hall, John Hardin, Landon C. Haynes, Dr. J.J. Howell, J.M. Hunter, Dr. M.F. Jerolds, A.S. Johnson, Robert M. Jones, George E. Kenney, Rufus J. Kidwell, Samuel W. Leming, James Love, James Luster, J.B.R. Lyon, James B. Lyon, Hugh D. Maloney, Henry G. Marsh, Joseph W. McDannel, J.W. McDannald, D.W. Mercer, William E.F. Milburn, Rev. Jere Moore, J.S. Neilson, Augustus H. Pettibone, W.H. Piper, C.G. Rankin, D.W. Remine, James H. Robinson, D.L. Russell, A.N. Shoun, R.J. Snapp, Lawrence P. Speck, A.J. Stephens, S.J.R. Stephens, A.D. Susong, L.W. Tipton, Col. J.G. Weems, G.J. Weems, Joseph A. Williams, Thomas L. Williams and William Houston Williams. The final part of the booklet contains brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, and a brief article on the State of Franklin from an old encyclopedia. The WPA book tells of President Andrew Johnson's tailoring days. Seller Inventory # 000480

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Joseph Krauskopf

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Joseph Krauskopf (born January 21, 1858, Ostrowo, Prussia - ?) was a prominent American Rabbi, author, and leader of Reform Judaism. In July, 1872, at the age of fourteen, Krauskopf emigrated to the United States and went to Fall River, Massachusetts, where he found employment as clerk in a tea-store. Through the influence of friends, in October 1875, Krauskopf secured admittance into the first class of Hebrew Union College located in Cincinnati. While studying there and in the University of Cincinnati, Krauskopf acted as a tutor, contributed articles to journals, and published (with H. Berkowitz) The First Union Hebrew Reader and Second Union Hebrew Reader and Bible Ethics (1883). He graduated from the university and from the Hebrew Union College (rabbi) in 1883. In 1885, the faculty of the college conferred upon him the degree of D.D.For a short time Krauskopf served as Rabbi in Peoria, Illinois, and in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Krauskopf received and accepted a call from the Bnai Jehudah congregation in Kansas City, Missouri. He was appointed by the governor of Missouri as a life-member of the Board of National Charities and Corrections, and in 1885 was elected vice-president of the Pittsburg Conference, of which Dr. I. M. Wise was president. In the same year Krauskopf received a call from the Reform Synagogue, Congregation Keneseth Israel of Philadelphia. Krauskopf entered on his duties in Philadelphia, October 19, 1887. He established a Sunday service in addition to the regular Shabbat service. Under his ministration the congregation flourished, and has become one of the largest Jewish congregations in the United States. Seventeen volumes of Krauskopf s lectures, embracing subjects in the fields of religion, ethics, and social science, have been published since 1888. He aided in the organization of the Jewish Publication Society of America, in the spring of 1888. In the spring of the year 1894, when the stream of immigration of Russian Jewish exiles into the United States was at its fullest, Krauskopf resolved to visit Russia. He made a study of the condition of the Jews within the Pale of Settlement and of the agricultural colonies in the interior. One of the institutions Krauskopf visited was the Jewish Agricultural School at Odessa, the excellence of which so impressed him that immediately after his return to the United States he set to work to establish a National Farm School, at Doylestown, Pa. Krauskopf was president of that institution, now called Delaware Valley College. By his efforts Keneseth Israel succeeded in building its present house of worship in 1892. Shortly after the outbreak of the Spanish-American war in 1898, Krauskopf was chosen by the National Relief Commission as one of three special field commissioners instructed to visit the camps of the United States and Cuba, and to render such relief as was found necessary. In March, 1903, he was elected director-general of the I. M. Wise Memorial Fund, and in July of the same year president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Seller Inventory # APC9781492867784

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Joseph Krauskopf (born January 21, 1858, Ostrowo, Prussia - ?) was a prominent American Rabbi, author, and leader of Reform Judaism. In July, 1872, at the age of fourteen, Krauskopf emigrated to the United States and went to Fall River, Massachusetts, where he found employment as clerk in a tea-store. Through the influence of friends, in October 1875, Krauskopf secured admittance into the first class of Hebrew Union College located in Cincinnati. While studying there and in the University of Cincinnati, Krauskopf acted as a tutor, contributed articles to journals, and published (with H. Berkowitz) The First Union Hebrew Reader and Second Union Hebrew Reader and Bible Ethics (1883). He graduated from the university and from the Hebrew Union College (rabbi) in 1883. In 1885, the faculty of the college conferred upon him the degree of D.D.For a short time Krauskopf served as Rabbi in Peoria, Illinois, and in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Krauskopf received and accepted a call from the Bnai Jehudah congregation in Kansas City, Missouri. He was appointed by the governor of Missouri as a life-member of the Board of National Charities and Corrections, and in 1885 was elected vice-president of the Pittsburg Conference, of which Dr. I. M. Wise was president. In the same year Krauskopf received a call from the Reform Synagogue, Congregation Keneseth Israel of Philadelphia. Krauskopf entered on his duties in Philadelphia, October 19, 1887. He established a Sunday service in addition to the regular Shabbat service. Under his ministration the congregation flourished, and has become one of the largest Jewish congregations in the United States. Seventeen volumes of Krauskopf s lectures, embracing subjects in the fields of religion, ethics, and social science, have been published since 1888. He aided in the organization of the Jewish Publication Society of America, in the spring of 1888. In the spring of the year 1894, when the stream of immigration of Russian Jewish exiles into the United States was at its fullest, Krauskopf resolved to visit Russia. He made a study of the condition of the Jews within the Pale of Settlement and of the agricultural colonies in the interior. One of the institutions Krauskopf visited was the Jewish Agricultural School at Odessa, the excellence of which so impressed him that immediately after his return to the United States he set to work to establish a National Farm School, at Doylestown, Pa. Krauskopf was president of that institution, now called Delaware Valley College. By his efforts Keneseth Israel succeeded in building its present house of worship in 1892. Shortly after the outbreak of the Spanish-American war in 1898, Krauskopf was chosen by the National Relief Commission as one of three special field commissioners instructed to visit the camps of the United States and Cuba, and to render such relief as was found necessary. In March, 1903, he was elected director-general of the I. M. Wise Memorial Fund, and in July of the same year president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Seller Inventory # APC9781492867784

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Jefferson County and Saline County, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 48-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Physical description of the county, Primitive Occupants, Early Settlers, IndianTroubles, Pioneer Events, County Organizations, County Seats, Criminal cases, Newspapers, Railroads, Doane College, Grasshopper plagues, fires, the press, the fire department, public buildings, banks, businesses, manufacturers, churches, and Secret Societies and colorful tales of early residents. Town histories include: Crete, Wilber, DeWitt, Dorchester, Friend, Pleasant Hill, Swan City, Western, Fairbury, Steele City, Reynolds, Meridian and Endicott. Claims to fame: Jefferson County claims to be located right in the center of the continental USA. It claims one of the most desperate battles ever waged on the continent. It claims to have been the "scene of many daring exploits by such legendary characters as Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill and others. The booklet contains a number of biographies. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: SALINE: Crete -- E.S. Abbott, S.L. Andrews, Jacob Bahner, A.J. Barragar, Barragar and Moore, W.H. Barstow, John Bathen, T.A.C. Beard, I.T. Benjamin, C.M. Burket, Peter Buenger, Anthony H. Chloupek, J.P, Clarey, Dr. A. Conrad, S.T. Corey, Thomas L. Dixon, D.T. Drake, Cenek Duras, Daniel A. Ferrier, A.S. Flint, F.I. Foss, H.S. Fuller, Isaac Goodin, George H. Hastings, Frank Johnson, J.R. Johnston, Frank Karten, B.C. Kerr, John Kersenbrock, F. Laders, George Long, John S. Lee, H.C. Merrick, T.H. Miller, J.R. Neill, David Brainerd Perry, James W. Rhine, Dr. A.D. Root, Eugene Schilling, James C. Smith, E.F. Stephens, George D. Stevens, John L. Tidball, Thomas Toogood, and V.C. Toogood; Wilbur -- S.S. Alley, Dr. Levi Anthony, Fred S. Baker, J.W. Beeney, Tobias Castor, Henry Clark, John W. Clark, H.W. Cole, Ed. Connell, H.H. Coonen, J.K. Corey, Dr. L.E. Goodell, J.H. Grimm, J.H. Hardy, James Harvey, W.L. Hayes, Fred Herman, S.J. Herman, Capt. J.S. Hunt, J.H. James, Dr. B.F. Jones, Edward C. Kellogg, J.T. Lane, James Ledwich, William Leeper, C.B. McGregor, A.G. Mallat, William H. Mann, C.W. Meeker, J.A. Paddock, Dr. B.C. Parker, H. Cole, F.V. Shabata, H.B. Simpson, John F. Spirk, D.R. Tripp, J.N. Van Duyn, Peter Waldrof, William Waldorf, A.G. Wilber, John Zwoneckek, W.G. Storms; DeWitt -- M.A. Crane, Dr. L.J. Cross, John Denny, Dr. J.K.L. Duncan, William J. Dunn, Dr. C.E. Elder, John Gilbert, E. Hastings, Ira Moulton, E.E. Mattocks, J.R. Nelson, George A. Hunt, Dr. D.R. Pelton, H. D. Rogers, W.H. Staley, Frank M. Suiter, and Joseph Suiter; Dorchester -- N.B. Alley, Dr. W.R. Bolding, J.H. Clark, P.D. Cooper, Thomas Jarrett, R. McManus, John Oberlies, W.H. Pallett, Samuel G. Panter, T.B. Parker, W.C. Parker, Jasper Riggs, C.F. Secord, John Thomas, J.C. Thurston, W.R. Toole, and Samuel Windrem; Friend -- A.L. Bass, Jacob Briemer, T.C. Callahan, Dr. J.W. Dorwart, L.D. Fletcher, John O. Frantz, C.E. Friend, J.W. Gilbert, Dr. W.H. Hewit, T. H. Kelley, Mathew McDougall, A.M. Miller, Nelson C. Miller, H.F. Morton, L.H. Page, William Porter, George F. Swayer, Charles Whitney, Edward Whitcomb and Francis M. Woodruff; Pleasant Hill -- W.B. Smith and W.L. Turner; Western -- James McCreede. JEFFERSON: Fairbury -- C.C. Boyle, H. Clapp, H.D. Clark, George Cross, Mason Cregg, Col. Thomas Harbine, J.D. Hubble, James Ireland, D.C. Jenkins, Emil Lange, G.S. Merritt, H.D. Merrill, Benjamin L. Purdy, Seller Inventory # 000643

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Eau Claire County, WI, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and historical data in this New 57 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopied single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The booklet is new, taken directly from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Altoona, Augusta, Bridge Creek, Brunswick, Clear Creek, Drammen, Eau Claire (part) (County Seat), Fairchild, Fall Creek, Lincoln, Ludington, Otter Creek, Pleasant Valley, Seymour, Union, Washington, Wilson. Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Geology; Early Visitors, including a description of his 1766 journey up the Chippewa by Jonathan Carver; Leech Lake, Sandy Lake and Lake Superior Indian tribes; an article on the Indians in the Chippewa Valley written in 1875 by T.E. Randall of Eau Clair; Organization of the county with the town of Eau claire as the county seat; Louis de Marie, the Rev. Thomas Barland, and other early settlers; Lumber mills and logging; the extremely cold winter of 1846-7 The floods of 1847, 1859, 1870 and 1880; Various "firsts" -- religious service, death, etc.; warfare between the Chippewas and Sioux; Transportation problems -- stage, steamboat and railroad; a "travesty upon justice"; Land spectulation; Eau Claire officials; Newspapers; Businesses; Churches; Societies; Incidents during the Civil War years; Old Abe, the famous Wisconsin war eagle; The Dells Fight that ended with a dam; Augusta and other villages; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Illustrations: Eau Clair, Crescent Mills and Elevator, Eagle Brewery, Kaufmann and Bachrach's Store; Attention Genealogists: In addition to the many names mentioned throughout the booklet, there are a number of biographies of county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are: Gilbert E. Porter, Nelson C. Chapman, Martin Daniels, Robert Tolles, R.B. Buel, Dr. W.W. Allen, H. J. Hanson, S.B. Wilkins, John Barron, Fayette Allen, G.W. Wilson, W.T. Dennison, Friend Ross, Thomas Horan, Charles Lehenthall, Rodman Palmer, Edmund Ellis, Rev. Robert Cobban, Capt. Daniel Waheylman, Robert Felton, Henry Shaw, Mary B.S. Brown (nee Sawyer), Mary Tabor Meggett, Mrs. Mary Ingram, Mrs. Ellen C. Vilas, Mrs. A. Congdon, Mrs. Mary F. Bowler, Mrs. George W. Mason, Charles Alexander, Fred A. Allen, James Allen, Dr. Edward LeRoy Ames, W.H. Bailey, W.F. Bailey, S.M. Bangs, John C. Barland, Rev. Thomas Barland, Milton D. Bartlett, Col. Edward M. Bartlett, William Pitt Bartlett, Vincent W. Bayless, Joseph Beauregard, John Bell, Joseph Bletcher, Valentine Blum, Rev. Joseph Boehm, J.Bonell, James Bonell, William Bonell, Arthur S. Bostwick, Michael A. Bowe, Thomas O. Bowman, James M. Brackett, Paul Brandstad, Darius Bresee, Syver E. Brimi, Daniel E. Brown, Edward J. Brunner, A. Burditt, P.H. Burlingham, E.S. Burroughs, R.D. Burroughs, Prof. George Burt, George F. Burton, George A. Buffington (pix), Charles A. Bullen, W.E. Butterfield, Christian Carlson, Josiah Edward Cass, William Carson (pix), Dr. Charles M. Calvert, J.G. Callahan, Henry Chales, Andrew Chambers, C.A. Chamberlin, George B. Chapman, Garrit P. Childs, George W. Churchill, Julius C. Churchill, Benjamin J. Churchill, Rev. Dr. Joel Clarke, John Edward Cody, Rev. John G. Collins, Ephraim Compo, W.F. Cook, N.D. Coon, Peter Cramer, W.R. Culbertson, Henry M. Culbertson, James H. Culbertson, Charles Cullins, E.S. Culver, D. A. Culver, Charles Cutler, C. Seller Inventory # 000410

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Charles John Biddle

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Eulogy Upon the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas: Delivered Before the Bar of Philadelphia, February 11, 1865 A Large meeting of the members of the Bar was held in the District Court room, January 3d, 1865, for the purpose of paying a tribute to the memory of the late Hon. George M. Dallas. Most of the distinguished members of the Bar were present, and the occasion was very impressive. Chief Justice Woodward presided, and Benjamin H. Brewster, Esq., Hon. Richard Vaux, and Hon. William A. Porter acted as Secretaries. Immediately after the organization, Hon. Joseph R. Ingersoll delivered the following brief eulogy: It is not a rare event to lose a distinguished member of the Bar. It is not more rare to assemble and express sincere regret for his departure. The feeling of the companions of years who have witnessed his merits in frequent display, is keen and deeply expressed. None can be insensible to the event of the separation, or willing and able to withhold an expression of sympathy and sorrow. When an event in itself not extraordinary calls for extraordinary marks of regret and distress, and receives the expression of them, without a dissenting thought, and only echoes with its own responsive throbbing of a feeling heart the sentiment engendered spontaneously, and firmly and cordially uttered, the occurrence itself or the party mourned, must have been entitled to more than every day sorrow, or even sorrow which only at distant intervals sheds its tears. We are survivors of one who united in himself properties which would have been rare if separate, but are freely acknowledged when combined in the same individual. In giving utterance to the sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which were welcome to those who were intimate with the late George M. Dallas, it is scarcely possible to speak with calmness or without danger of saying what to those who had not the strictest right to sympathy, would appear extravagant or unjust. And yet where shall we look for merit most undoubted, and sentiments always pure, if not in him? The members of the Philadelphia Bar have learned with deep affliction the decease of George Mifflin Dallas, who was long their esteemed and admired associate and cherished friend. It has become a duty not less certain than painful, but mingled with sentiments not unwelcome in their character, to unite in the expression of condolence, regret and sorrow. The melancholy event cannot be recalled, for it was the will of Heaven. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331252405

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 142 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.3in.Joseph Krauskopf (born January 21, 1858, Ostrowo, Prussia - ) was a prominent American Rabbi, author, and leader of Reform Judaism. In July, 1872, at the age of fourteen, Krauskopf emigrated to the United States and went to Fall River, Massachusetts, where he found employment as clerk in a tea-store. Through the influence of friends, in October 1875, Krauskopf secured admittance into the first class of Hebrew Union College located in Cincinnati. While studying there and in the University of Cincinnati, Krauskopf acted as a tutor, contributed articles to journals, and published (with H. Berkowitz) The First Union Hebrew Reader and Second Union Hebrew Reader and Bible Ethics (1883). He graduated from the university and from the Hebrew Union College (rabbi) in 1883. In 1885, the faculty of the college conferred upon him the degree of D. D. For a short time Krauskopf served as Rabbi in Peoria, Illinois, and in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Krauskopf received and accepted a call from the Bnai Jehudah congregation in Kansas City, Missouri. He was appointed by the governor of Missouri as a life-member of the Board of National Charities and Corrections, and in 1885 was elected vice-president of the Pittsburg Conference, of which Dr. I. M. Wise was president. In the same year Krauskopf received a call from the Reform Synagogue, Congregation Keneseth Israel of Philadelphia. Krauskopf entered on his duties in Philadelphia, October 19, 1887. He established a Sunday service in addition to the regular Shabbat service. Under his ministration the congregation flourished, and has become one of the largest Jewish congregations in the United States. Seventeen volumes of Krauskopfs lectures, embracing subjects in the fields of religion, ethics, and social science, have been published since 1888. He aided in the organization of the Jewish Publication Society of America, in the spring of 1888. In the spring of the year 1894, when the stream of immigration of Russian Jewish exiles into the United States was at its fullest, Krauskopf resolved to visit Russia. He made a study of the condition of the Jews within the Pale of Settlement and of the agricultural colonies in the interior. One of the institutions Krauskopf visited was the Jewish Agricultural School at Odessa, the excellence of which so impressed him that immediately after his return to the United States he set to work to establish a National Farm School, at Doylestown, Pa. Krauskopf was president of that institution, now called Delaware Valley College. By his efforts Keneseth Israel succeeded in building its present house of worship in 1892. Shortly after the outbreak of the Spanish-American war in 1898, Krauskopf was chosen by the National Relief Commission as one of three special field commissioners instructed to visit the camps of the United States and Cuba, and to render such relief as was found necessary. In March, 1903, he was elected director-general of the I. M. Wise Memorial Fund, and in July of the same year president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781492867784

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Eulogy Upon the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas: Delivered Before the Bar of Philadelphia, February 11, 1865 A Large meeting of the members of the Bar was held in the District Court room, January 3d, 1865, for the purpose of paying a tribute to the memory of the late Hon. George M. Dallas. Most of the distinguished members of the Bar were present, and the occasion was very impressive. Chief Justice Woodward presided, and Benjamin H. Brewster, Esq., Hon. Richard Vaux, and Hon. William A. Porter acted as Secretaries. Immediately after the organization, Hon. Joseph R. Ingersoll delivered the following brief eulogy: It is not a rare event to lose a distinguished member of the Bar. It is not more rare to assemble and express sincere regret for his departure. The feeling of the companions of years who have witnessed his merits in frequent display, is keen and deeply expressed. None can be insensible to the event of the separation, or willing and able to withhold an expression of sympathy and sorrow. When an event in itself not extraordinary calls for extraordinary marks of regret and distress, and receives the expression of them, without a dissenting thought, and only echoes with its own responsive throbbing of a feeling heart the sentiment engendered spontaneously, and firmly and cordially uttered, the occurrence itself or the party mourned, must have been entitled to more than every day sorrow, or even sorrow which only at distant intervals sheds its tears. We are survivors of one who united in himself properties which would have been rare if separate, but are freely acknowledged when combined in the same individual. In giving utterance to the sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which were welcome to those who were intimate with the late George M. Dallas, it is scarcely possible to speak with calmness or without danger of saying what to those who had not the strictest right to sympathy, would appear extravagant or unjust. And yet where shall we look for merit most undoubted, and sentiments always pure, if not in him? The members of the Philadelphia Bar have learned with deep affliction the decease of George Mifflin Dallas, who was long their esteemed and admired associate and cherished friend. It has become a duty not less certain than painful, but mingled with sentiments not unwelcome in their character, to unite in the expression of condolence, regret and sorrow. The melancholy event cannot be recalled, for it was the will of Heaven. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331252405

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Eulogy Upon the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas: Delivered Before the Bar of Philadelphia, February 11, 1865 A Large meeting of the members of the Bar was held in the District Court room, January 3d, 1865, for the purpose of paying a tribute to the memory of the late Hon. George M. Dallas. Most of the distinguished members of the Bar were present, and the occasion was very impressive. Chief Justice Woodward presided, and Benjamin H. Brewster, Esq., Hon. Richard Vaux, and Hon. William A. Porter acted as Secretaries. Immediately after the organization, Hon. Joseph R. Ingersoll delivered the following brief eulogy: It is not a rare event to lose a distinguished member of the Bar. It is not more rare to assemble and express sincere regret for his departure. The feeling of the companions of years who have witnessed his merits in frequent display, is keen and deeply expressed. None can be insensible to the event of the separation, or willing and able to withhold an expression of sympathy and sorrow. When an event in itself not extraordinary calls for extraordinary marks of regret and distress, and receives the expression of them, without a dissenting thought, and only echoes with its own responsive throbbing of a feeling heart the sentiment engendered spontaneously, and firmly and cordially uttered, the occurrence itself or the party mourned, must have been entitled to more than every day sorrow, or even sorrow which only at distant intervals sheds its tears. We are survivors of one who united in himself properties which would have been rare if separate, but are freely acknowledged when combined in the same individual. In giving utterance to the sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which were welcome to those who were intimate with the late George M. Dallas, it is scarcely possible to speak with calmness or without danger of saying what to those who had not the strictest right to sympathy, would appear extravagant or unjust. And yet where shall we look for merit most undoubted, and sentiments always pure, if not in him? The members of the Philadelphia Bar have learned with deep affliction the decease of George Mifflin Dallas, who was long their esteemed and admired associate and cherished friend. It has become a duty not less certain than painful, but mingled with sentiments not unwelcome in their character, to unite in the expression of condolence, regret and sorrow. The melancholy event cannot be recalled, for it was the will of Heaven. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781331252405

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About this Item: Forgotten Books. Paperback. Condition: New. 286 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Co Peggy, and Madge, and Pearl, and Maggie, and Marguerite, and Peggotty, and Meg, and Marjory, and Daisy, and Pegg, and MARGARET HAYS (H ow many granddaughters does that make) My Dear Little Peggy: Many, many, many years ago I wrote a book for your Mummey when she was my little May telling the fairy tales which the little boys and girls of England used to hear from their mummeys, who had heard them from their mummeys years and years and years before. My friend Mr. Batten made such pretty pictures for it but of course you know the book it hasT om, Tit, Tot and The little old woman that went to market, and all those tales you like. Now I have been making a fairy-tale book for your own self, and here it is. This time I have told again the fairy tales that all the mummeys of Europe have been telling their little Peggys, Oh for ever so many years! They must have liked them because they have spread from Germany toR ussia, from Italy to France, from Holland to Scotland, and fromE ngland toN orway, and from every country in Europe that you will read about in your geography to every other one. Mr. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and dont occur in the book. )About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology. Forgotten Books Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text. Read books online for free at www. forgottenbooks. org This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781440068188

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Hamilton-williams, David.

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About this Item: Brockhampton, London, 1999. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. 352 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w plates, maps/battle plans. "This important study of the cause and effects of Napoleon's removal from power tracks the significant events in his illustrious career through to his downfall and, while doing so, charts the clandestine diplomatic intrigues linking Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia in the quest for the Emperor's demise. Using substantial new research, (the author) questions many of the established views in Napoleonic literature to date. By disclosing hitherto secret terrorist organizations, uncovering the attempts to assassinate Napoleon, highlighting unbridled political duplicity, and demonstrating a host of previously misinterpreted signals and actions, he instigates a fresh assessment of the fall of Napoleon, new reasons to consider how much it was self-inflicted and how much it became inevitable given the combined forces - 'friend' and well as 'foe' - ranged against him. However great his military campaigns, how often he was victorious on the battle-field, Napoleon was destined to be deposed by political connivance and personal betrayal." Very small bump at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very minor edge wrinkling. Seller Inventory # 29123

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Living in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration of How We Got This Way It goes without saying that the writer owes much as te gards both the factual content and the organization Of this book to many excellent volumes written on various aspects of the contents, and even more to his notable teachers who have covered these fields, such as James Harvey Robinson, J. T. Shotwell, F. H. Giddings, C. A. Beard, E. F. Gay, L. J. Henderson, George Sarton and others. Particularly cogent and helpful here were the perspective and dominating ideas developed in Professor Shotwell s course on the development of European civilization, and Professor Gay s course on the economic history of Europe in the nineteenth century. Many suggestions have come from his friend, Professor Melvin M. Knight, who is possessed of perhaps the most fertile and original mind among American students of history and social science. For an efficient reading of the proof-sheets of this volume the author is indebted to Miss Mildred Lintz and Mr. Robert W. Hankins. Professor Joseph Mayer of Tufts College has been kind enough to aid me by a critical reading of the proof-sheets of Chapter II. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781330932100

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About this Item: Forgotten Books. Paperback. Condition: New. 514 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.2in.The autotype of the twenty-five inch refractor is the gift of my friend Mr. Newall, and I take this opportunity of expressing my obligation to him, as also toM essrs. Cooke, Grubb and Browning for several of the woodcuts with which the chapters on theE quatorial are illustrated; and toM r. H. DentG ardner for some of those illustrating Clock and Chronometer Escapements, and for revising my account of them. Nor can I omit to thank Mr. Cooper for the pains he has taken with the woodcuts, especially those copied from Tycho Brahe sdescription of his Observatory, and Messrs. Clay for the careful manner in which they have printed the book. J. NO11MAN LOCKYER. November I titk, 1877. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and dont occur in the book. )About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology. Forgotten Books Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text. Read books online for free at www. forgottenbooks. org This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781440067617

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Society Of Friends Conference

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Proceedings of the Conference of Friends of America: Held in Indianapolis, Indiana, 1897 The committee to make arrangements for this Conference reported that they had divided the work between two sub-committees, one on local arrangements, one on program; that Timothy Nicholson was chairman of the first. James Wood of the second. James Wood, on behalf of the Committee on Program, reported that the program had been made up from suggestions sent to them, and that different ones had been invited to present papers, and it was desirable that the fullest discussion possible should follow the reading of each paper. [Printed copies of the program, for which see pages 2 and 3, had been distributed among the delegates. - Ed.] Allen Jay proposed that the program be accepted, which was united with, and Anna Taylor, who had served both preceding conferences very acceptably as stenographer, was also accepted as stenographer. After a recess of five minutes the following delegates. chosen by their respective delegations, were reported to compose a Committee on the Permanent Organization of the conference and a Business Committee, viz.: Committee on Organization. - New England, Ruth S. Murray; New York, Elmer D. Gildersleeve; Baltimore, Joseph P. Elliott; North Carolina, Mary C. Woody; Ohio, John Pennington; Indiana, Timothy Nicholson; Western, William L. Pyle; Iowa, A. H. Lindley; Canada, Robert H. Rogers; Kansas, Wm. P. Haworth; Wilmington, Levi Mills: Oregon, Jane H. Blair; California, Thomas Armstrong. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781331858539

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Proceedings of the Conference of Friends of America: Held in Indianapolis, Indiana, 1897 The committee to make arrangements for this Conference reported that they had divided the work between two sub-committees, one on local arrangements, one on program; that Timothy Nicholson was chairman of the first. James Wood of the second. James Wood, on behalf of the Committee on Program, reported that the program had been made up from suggestions sent to them, and that different ones had been invited to present papers, and it was desirable that the fullest discussion possible should follow the reading of each paper. [Printed copies of the program, for which see pages 2 and 3, had been distributed among the delegates. - Ed.] Allen Jay proposed that the program be accepted, which was united with, and Anna Taylor, who had served both preceding conferences very acceptably as stenographer, was also accepted as stenographer. After a recess of five minutes the following delegates. chosen by their respective delegations, were reported to compose a Committee on the Permanent Organization of the conference and a Business Committee, viz.: Committee on Organization. - New England, Ruth S. Murray; New York, Elmer D. Gildersleeve; Baltimore, Joseph P. Elliott; North Carolina, Mary C. Woody; Ohio, John Pennington; Indiana, Timothy Nicholson; Western, William L. Pyle; Iowa, A. H. Lindley; Canada, Robert H. Rogers; Kansas, Wm. P. Haworth; Wilmington, Levi Mills: Oregon, Jane H. Blair; California, Thomas Armstrong. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781331858539

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Living in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration of How We Got This Way It goes without saying that the writer owes much as te gards both the factual content and the organization Of this book to many excellent volumes written on various aspects of the contents, and even more to his notable teachers who have covered these fields, such as James Harvey Robinson, J. T. Shotwell, F. H. Giddings, C. A. Beard, E. F. Gay, L. J. Henderson, George Sarton and others. Particularly cogent and helpful here were the perspective and dominating ideas developed in Professor Shotwell s course on the development of European civilization, and Professor Gay s course on the economic history of Europe in the nineteenth century. Many suggestions have come from his friend, Professor Melvin M. Knight, who is possessed of perhaps the most fertile and original mind among American students of history and social science. For an efficient reading of the proof-sheets of this volume the author is indebted to Miss Mildred Lintz and Mr. Robert W. Hankins. Professor Joseph Mayer of Tufts College has been kind enough to aid me by a critical reading of the proof-sheets of Chapter II. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781330932100

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Charles John Biddle

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Eulogy Upon the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas: Delivered Before the Bar of Philadelphia, February 11, 1865 A Large meeting of the members of the Bar was held in the District Court room, January 3d, 1865, for the purpose of paying a tribute to the memory of the late Hon. George M. Dallas. Most of the distinguished members of the Bar were present, and the occasion was very impressive. Chief Justice Woodward presided, and Benjamin H. Brewster, Esq., Hon. Richard Vaux, and Hon. William A. Porter acted as Secretaries. Immediately after the organization, Hon. Joseph R. Ingersoll delivered the following brief eulogy: It is not a rare event to lose a distinguished member of the Bar. It is not more rare to assemble and express sincere regret for his departure. The feeling of the companions of years who have witnessed his merits in frequent display, is keen and deeply expressed. None can be insensible to the event of the separation, or willing and able to withhold an expression of sympathy and sorrow. When an event in itself not extraordinary calls for extraordinary marks of regret and distress, and receives the expression of them, without a dissenting thought, and only echoes with its own responsive throbbing of a feeling heart the sentiment engendered spontaneously, and firmly and cordially uttered, the occurrence itself or the party mourned, must have been entitled to more than every day sorrow, or even sorrow which only at distant intervals sheds its tears. We are survivors of one who united in himself properties which would have been rare if separate, but are freely acknowledged when combined in the same individual. In giving utterance to the sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which were welcome to those who were intimate with the late George M. Dallas, it is scarcely possible to speak with calmness or without danger of saying what to those who had not the strictest right to sympathy, would appear extravagant or unjust. And yet where shall we look for merit most undoubted, and sentiments always pure, if not in him? The members of the Philadelphia Bar have learned with deep affliction the decease of George Mifflin Dallas, who was long their esteemed and admired associate and cherished friend. It has become a duty not less certain than painful, but mingled with sentiments not unwelcome in their character, to unite in the expression of condolence, regret and sorrow. The melancholy event cannot be recalled, for it was the will of Heaven. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780332122090

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Eulogy Upon the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas: Delivered Before the Bar of Philadelphia, February 11, 1865 A Large meeting of the members of the Bar was held in the District Court room, January 3d, 1865, for the purpose of paying a tribute to the memory of the late Hon. George M. Dallas. Most of the distinguished members of the Bar were present, and the occasion was very impressive. Chief Justice Woodward presided, and Benjamin H. Brewster, Esq., Hon. Richard Vaux, and Hon. William A. Porter acted as Secretaries. Immediately after the organization, Hon. Joseph R. Ingersoll delivered the following brief eulogy: It is not a rare event to lose a distinguished member of the Bar. It is not more rare to assemble and express sincere regret for his departure. The feeling of the companions of years who have witnessed his merits in frequent display, is keen and deeply expressed. None can be insensible to the event of the separation, or willing and able to withhold an expression of sympathy and sorrow. When an event in itself not extraordinary calls for extraordinary marks of regret and distress, and receives the expression of them, without a dissenting thought, and only echoes with its own responsive throbbing of a feeling heart the sentiment engendered spontaneously, and firmly and cordially uttered, the occurrence itself or the party mourned, must have been entitled to more than every day sorrow, or even sorrow which only at distant intervals sheds its tears. We are survivors of one who united in himself properties which would have been rare if separate, but are freely acknowledged when combined in the same individual. In giving utterance to the sentiments of esteem, respect and affection, which were welcome to those who were intimate with the late George M. Dallas, it is scarcely possible to speak with calmness or without danger of saying what to those who had not the strictest right to sympathy, would appear extravagant or unjust. And yet where shall we look for merit most undoubted, and sentiments always pure, if not in him? The members of the Philadelphia Bar have learned with deep affliction the decease of George Mifflin Dallas, who was long their esteemed and admired associate and cherished friend. It has become a duty not less certain than painful, but mingled with sentiments not unwelcome in their character, to unite in the expression of condolence, regret and sorrow. The melancholy event cannot be recalled, for it was the will of Heaven. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780332122090

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Society Of Friends Conference

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Proceedings of the Conference of Friends of America: Held in Indianapolis, Indiana, 1897 The committee to make arrangements for this Conference reported that they had divided the work between two sub-committees, one on local arrangements, one on program; that Timothy Nicholson was chairman of the first. James Wood of the second. James Wood, on behalf of the Committee on Program, reported that the program had been made up from suggestions sent to them, and that different ones had been invited to present papers, and it was desirable that the fullest discussion possible should follow the reading of each paper. [Printed copies of the program, for which see pages 2 and 3, had been distributed among the delegates. - Ed.] Allen Jay proposed that the program be accepted, which was united with, and Anna Taylor, who had served both preceding conferences very acceptably as stenographer, was also accepted as stenographer. After a recess of five minutes the following delegates. chosen by their respective delegations, were reported to compose a Committee on the Permanent Organization of the conference and a Business Committee, viz.: Committee on Organization. - New England, Ruth S. Murray; New York, Elmer D. Gildersleeve; Baltimore, Joseph P. Elliott; North Carolina, Mary C. Woody; Ohio, John Pennington; Indiana, Timothy Nicholson; Western, William L. Pyle; Iowa, A. H. Lindley; Canada, Robert H. Rogers; Kansas, Wm. P. Haworth; Wilmington, Levi Mills: Oregon, Jane H. Blair; California, Thomas Armstrong. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781331858539

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Harry Elmer Barnes

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Living in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration of How We Got This Way It goes without saying that the writer owes much as te gards both the factual content and the organization Of this book to many excellent volumes written on various aspects of the contents, and even more to his notable teachers who have covered these fields, such as James Harvey Robinson, J. T. Shotwell, F. H. Giddings, C. A. Beard, E. F. Gay, L. J. Henderson, George Sarton and others. Particularly cogent and helpful here were the perspective and dominating ideas developed in Professor Shotwell s course on the development of European civilization, and Professor Gay s course on the economic history of Europe in the nineteenth century. Many suggestions have come from his friend, Professor Melvin M. Knight, who is possessed of perhaps the most fertile and original mind among American students of history and social science. For an efficient reading of the proof-sheets of this volume the author is indebted to Miss Mildred Lintz and Mr. Robert W. Hankins. Professor Joseph Mayer of Tufts College has been kind enough to aid me by a critical reading of the proof-sheets of Chapter II. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780331775198

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Krauskopf, Joseph

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About this Item: Philadelphia; O. Klonower, 1903. Original Wraps. 8vo. [3], 7, [5] pages. 22 cm. First Edition. In the weekly series: Our Pulpit: Sunday Lectures; Series 16, No. 26, 1903. A Passover sermon devoted to Moses and Jesus, those who set the groundwork for redemption and the need to eliminate idolatry, which the author especially links to the contemporary idolatry of riches. "Krauskopf entered on his duties in Philadelphia, Oct. 19, 1887. He established a Sunday service in addition to the regular Sabbath service; under his ministration the congregation flourished, and has become one of the largest Jewish congregations in the United States. Seventeen volumes of Krauskopf's lectures, embracing subjects in the fields of religion, ethics, and social science, have been published since 1888. He aided in the organization of the Jewish Publication Society of America, in the spring of 1888." (EJ 2006) Joseph Krauskopf (1858-1923) was an "American rabbi and author; born in Ostrowo, Prussia, Jan. 21, 1858. He emigrated to America (New York) in July, 1872, and from New York he went to Fall River, Mass. , where he found employment as clerk in a tea-store. Through the influence of friends Krauskopf secured admittance into the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati (Oct. , 1875) . While studying there and in the University of Cincinnati, Krauskopf acted as a tutor, contributed articles to journals, and published (with H. Berkowitz) "The First Union Hebrew Reader" and ‘Second Union Hebrew Reader’ and ‘Bible Ethics’ (1883) . He graduated from the university and from the Hebrew Union College (rabbi) in 1883. In 1885 the faculty of the college conferred upon him the degree of D. D. Krauskopf received and accepted a call from the Bnai Jehudah congregation in Kansas City, Mo. He was appointed by the governor of Missouri as a life-member of the Board of National Charities and Corrections, and in 1885 was elected vice-president of the Pittsburg Conference, of which Dr. I. M. Wise was president. In the same year Krauskopf received a call from the Keneseth Israel congregation (Reform) of Philadelphia. " (EJ 2006) Subjects: Jewish sermons, American. OCLC lists 17 copies. Wraps damaged at edges, brittle; first two pages folded at corners, light soiling in margins, otherwise fresh. Good condition. (AMR-39-30). Seller Inventory # 31424

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Harry Elmer Barnes

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Living in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration of How We Got This Way It goes without saying that the writer owes much as te gards both the factual content and the organization Of this book to many excellent volumes written on various aspects of the contents, and even more to his notable teachers who have covered these fields, such as James Harvey Robinson, J. T. Shotwell, F. H. Giddings, C. A. Beard, E. F. Gay, L. J. Henderson, George Sarton and others. Particularly cogent and helpful here were the perspective and dominating ideas developed in Professor Shotwell s course on the development of European civilization, and Professor Gay s course on the economic history of Europe in the nineteenth century. Many suggestions have come from his friend, Professor Melvin M. Knight, who is possessed of perhaps the most fertile and original mind among American students of history and social science. For an efficient reading of the proof-sheets of this volume the author is indebted to Miss Mildred Lintz and Mr. Robert W. Hankins. Professor Joseph Mayer of Tufts College has been kind enough to aid me by a critical reading of the proof-sheets of Chapter II. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780331775198

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Harry Elmer Barnes

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Living in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration of How We Got This Way It goes without saying that the writer owes much as te gards both the factual content and the organization Of this book to many excellent volumes written on various aspects of the contents, and even more to his notable teachers who have covered these fields, such as James Harvey Robinson, J. T. Shotwell, F. H. Giddings, C. A. Beard, E. F. Gay, L. J. Henderson, George Sarton and others. Particularly cogent and helpful here were the perspective and dominating ideas developed in Professor Shotwell s course on the development of European civilization, and Professor Gay s course on the economic history of Europe in the nineteenth century. Many suggestions have come from his friend, Professor Melvin M. Knight, who is possessed of perhaps the most fertile and original mind among American students of history and social science. For an efficient reading of the proof-sheets of this volume the author is indebted to Miss Mildred Lintz and Mr. Robert W. Hankins. Professor Joseph Mayer of Tufts College has been kind enough to aid me by a critical reading of the proof-sheets of Chapter II. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780331775198

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Alan Weiss

Published by St. Martin's Press, Inc. (1968)

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About this Item: St. Martin's Press, Inc., 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardback copyright 1968; first edition; VG in VG dj; remarkably well preserved withdrawal from college library with usual stamps and stickers; text block and boards tight and square; dj preserved in clear archival jacket; 254 spotless pages PB8. Seller Inventory # ABE-1479267185881

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Ajay Mitra Shastri

Published by Aryan Books International, New Delhi (2004)

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Tributes Preface. 1. My Pitajee/Avinash Upadhyaya. 2. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri down the memory lane/Bhagwant Sahai. 3. Ajay Mitra my friend/B.N. Mukherjee. 4. Commemorating Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri/Hans Bakker. 5. Late Ajay Mitra Shastri/I.K. Sarma. 6. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri my friend philosopher and guide/Devendra Handa. 7. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri my guru/Chandrashekhar Gupta. 8. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri an unfathomable ocean of knowledge/S.K. Bhatt. 9. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri reminiscences of a scholar/Bharati Shelat. 10. A scholar with diligence and industry/Rasesh Jamindar. 11. Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri/Joseph Velinkar. I. Archeology and history 1. A few new fossil sites from the upper Godavari Valley Nasik district Maharashtra/Arun Kumar and G.L. Badam. 2. Palaeoenvironmental and taphonomic assessment of Western Maharashtra from Mid. Pleistocene times/G.L. Badam. 3. Some new thoughts on the discovery of ancient Dwarka/Sundaresh A.S. Gaur K.H. Vora Sila Tripati and S.N. Bandodker. 4. Underwater explorations of a Sangam period Prot town at Poompuhar East Cost of India/A.S. Gaur Sundaresh and Sila Tripati. 5. Recent explorations in district Adilabad Andhra Pradesh/V. Shivananda and N.B. Sahu. 6. Excavation of Megalithic Burials at Dhamna (Linga) District Nagpur Maharashtra/Chandrashekar Gupta and Ismail Kellellu. 7. Knobbed vessels in Southeast Asia/Ashok K. Singh and Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 8. Antiquarian remains of Buxar/Kumar Anand. 9. Unique findings in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh/G. Jawaharlal. 10. Contribution of Eran to Indian history/V.D. Jha. 11. Sir Alexander Cunningham (1814 1893)/Purushottam Singh. 12. A brief study of medicine and medical care in ancient India/Vijoy Lakshmi Pandeya. 13. Mauryan State's attitude towards tribes and frontier people/Aloka Parasher Sen. 14. Himalayan expeditions of the Maukharis vis a vis Huna invasion/R.C. Bhatt K.P. Nautiyal and M.K. Nautiyal. 15. Gopala the saviour of Kirttivarman Chandella/K.L. Agarwal. 16. Jagaddeva episode in Chalukya history/Shrinivas Ritti. 17. The Meru problem in Rastrakuta history/Brahmanand Deshpande. 18. An eyewitness account of the religious Bigotry of Aurangzeb by Mahamati Prananatha/P.S. Mukharya. 19. Trade and commerce under the Qutb Shahis (AD 1518 1687)/P. Chenna Reddy and G. Dayakar. II. Art and architecture 20. Asva mukhi Yakshi/Gourisankar De. 21. Buddhist architecture in Vidarbha region/M. Ilyas Quddusi. 22. Ajanta's Dhabdhaba/Walter M. Spink. 23. Bahubali images in Karnataka/Maruti Nandan Tiwari. 24. Reclassification of Chandella sculptures/S.K. Sullerey. 25. Temples of Boudh/P.K. Nayak. 26. Trikuta Surya Narayana temple at Magala/K.M. Suresh. 27. Miniature Dehura a unique temple style in Banjar Dist. Kullu (H.P.)/M.S. Chauhan. 28. Mason marks and dating of Bilhari temple (Dist. Katni)/Madan Mohan Upadhyay. 29. Vijayanagara period resurgence and continuity in architecture art and religion/J. Manuel. 30. Mahisamardini alias Sachchika in Western Rajasthan/R.C. Agrawala. 31. Six armed images of Avalokitesvara in the art of Bihar/Bhagwant Sahai. 32. The metamorphic journey of Kubera Vaisravana in Pan Asian context/Preety A. Trivedi. 33. An illustrated manuscript of Sundara Srngara by Kaviraja Jagannatha/Shridhar Andhare. 34. The pattern of town in ancient Karnataka/A.V. Narasimha Murthy. 35. Who constructed the Rani ki Vav of Patan/Suman Pandya. Vol. II III. Epigraphy and numismatics 36. Yupa inscriptions/Vibha Upadhyaya. 37. A note on Skandagupta's Bhitari inscription VV. 8 12/Hans Bakker. 38. Copperplate inscription of Sri Harsa from Punjab/Manmohan Kumar. 39. A survey of inscriptions from Haryana/Devendra Handa. 40. Glimpses of warfare and military organization in ancient Chhattisgarh (Daksina Kosala)/S.R. Sharma. 41. Kandavindha copperplate charter of Mahabhavagupta IV Udyotakesarin year 3/Snigdha Tripathy. 42. The Brhadisvara temple inscription of the BhoSales of Tanjore/Vidya Gadgil. 43. Epigraphs of Gujarat/Bhara. Seller Inventory # 53763

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Published by Chicago (1914)

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About this Item: Chicago, 1914. Softbound. Condition: VG. Printed boards, 199 pp. Appx. 73 bw plates. Lists annual reports on budget and accounts, lists of officers, lists of paintings purchased for the Art Institute of Chicago by this organization. Includes extensive biographies and bibliographic entries for artists whose works were purchased, as well as reproductions of those works. Also includes a list of members of the Friends. Artists mentioned (with works reproduced of) includeJohn White Alexander, Karl Anderson, Frederic C. Bartlett, Chester Beach, Gifford Beal, George Bellows, Frank Benson, Louis Betts, Roy Brown, George Elmer Browne, George W. Chandler, William M. Chase, Ralph Clarkson, John Singleton Copley, Randall Davey (2), Arthur B. Davies, Henry Golden Dearth, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Paul Dougherty, Katharine Dudley, Mary Foote, Ben Foster, Frederick C. Frieseke, Daniel Garber (2), Walter Gay, Oliver Dennett Grover, Childe Hassam, Charles Hawthorne, William P. Henderson, Robert Henri, Winslow Homer, James R. Hopkins, Lester G. Hornby, Wilson Irvine, John C. Johansen, William Kieth, Leon Kroll, William A. Levy, Jonas Lie, Paul Manship (2), Lawrence Mazzanovich, M. Jean McLane, L.H. Meakin, Willard Metcalf, Richard E. Miller, J. Francis Murphy, Lawton Parker, Joseph Pennell, Frank C. Peyraud, Abram Poole, Edward H. Potthast, Grace Ravlin, F.W. Raymond, William Ritschel, Ernest D. Roth, Chauncey F. Ryder, John Singer Sargent (2), W. Elmer Schofield, Janet Scudder, Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones, Gilbert Stuart, Gardner Symons, Lorado Taft, Henry O. Tanner, Elliot Torrey, Harry Van der Weyden, Everett L. Warner, Frederick J. Waugh, Julian Alden Weir, William Wendt, Benjamin West, Whistler, George Williams. Seller Inventory # 107626

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Hubbard, L. Ron; Donald H. Rogers; Sara N. Hubbard; C. Parker Morgan; Milton Davis; Etc.

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About this Item: the Hubbard Dianetic Educational Foundation of California, Inc., Los Angeles, 1950. Loose Sheets. Condition: Near Fine. Original Document. Original Corporate Records Of Dianetics In The State Of California, Including: 1. Original Cover Sheet From The Ca Secretary Of State , Certifying The Recording Of The Incorporation Papers. 2. 5 Page Carbon Typescript On Legal Size Paper Of The Minutes Of The Articles Of Incorporation Of The Hubbard Dianetic Educational Foundation, Unsigned, With Typed Names Of L. Ron Hubbard, Arthur R. Ceppos, John W. Campbell, Donald H. Rogers, Joseph A. Winter, Sara N. Hubbard, C. Parker Morgan, And Milton Davis, With California Secretary Of State Date Stamp Showing It Was Filed. 3. 1 Pg. Certification That Joseph A Winter Appeared Before A Notary In New Jersey. 4. 1 Typed Page Certifying That L. Ron Hubbard, Donald H. Rogers, And Milton Davis Appeared Before A Notary In California 9/11/50, And That On 9/1/50 Arthur R. Ceppos, John W. Campbell, Sara N. Hubbard And C. Parker Morgan Appeared Before A Notary In Nj. 5. Specially Made Binder With Gilt Title Minutes Of The Hubbard Dianetic Educational Foundation Of California, Inc. 6. Typed Carbon Articles Of Incorporation Of The Foundation, Unsigned. 7. Typed Carbon By Laws Of The Corporation, Unsigned. Provenance Available From The Estate Of A. E. Van Vogt, A Prominent Science Fiction Writer, Who Was The Head Of This Organization (Administrator For California, Effective Early September 1950) And Who, After Its Dissolution, Founded A Separate Dianetics Organization But Remained A Life-Long Friend Of Lrh. [With] A Recent Photocopy Of Short Typed Note, Signed By L. Ron Hubbard, Dated September 8, 1950, Appointing A. E. Van Vogt The Administrator For The State Of California Of The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation Of California. Association Copy - Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 020858

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Hubbard, L. Ron; Donald H. Rogers; Sara N. Hubbard; C. Parker Morgan; Milton Davis; Etc.

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About this Item: the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation of California, Inc., Los Angeles, 1950. Loose Sheets. Condition: Near Fine. Original Document. Six Page Carbon Typescript On 8 1/2" X 11" Size Paper Of The Original Draft Of The Minutes Of The First Meeting Of The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation Of California, Inc., The First California Organization Set Up Advance Dianetics, Unsigned, With Typed Names Of L. Ron Hubbard, Arthur R. Ceppos, John W. Campbell, Donald H. Rogers, Joseph A. Winter, Sara N. Hubbard, C. Parker Morgan, And Milton Davis. (With) Recent Photocopy Of Short Typed Note, Signed By L. Ron Hubbard, Dated September 8, 1950, Appointing A. E. Van Vogt The Administrator For The State Of California Of The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation Of California. (This Original 6 Pp. Draft Of The Articles Of Incorporation Was Later Retyped On 5 Pp. Of Legal Size Paper. ) These Papers Were All Part Of The Original Corporation Papers Of Dianetics. Provenance Available From The Estate Of A. E. Van Vogt, A Prominent Science Fiction Writer, Who Worked With Hubbard To Set Up The Original Organization And Its Policies And Directives And Instructions, Became The Secretary Of This Organization In January 1951, Supervised Its Bankruptcy, And Who, After Its Dissolution, Founded A Separate Dianetics Organization And Remained A Life-Long Friend Of Lrh. Original - Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 020859

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