Special Collections. C.W. Post Campus / Long Island University, Brookville, New York 11548

THEODORE ROOSEVELT
ASSOCIATION COLLECTION

 


Conrad Schoeffling
Collection Curator

Graziella DiMaggio & Wesley Luce
Holding's List Compilers

Jarron Jewell
Web Design

Collection Facts at a Glance
History of the Collection
Collection Holdings List


Collection Facts at a Glance:

Benefactors:

Donated in 1974 by The Theodore Roosevelt Association, Oyster Bay, New York.

Excerpt from the Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection Symposium and Dedication Brochure, Saturday, October 26, 1974:

"It is a very poor thing... to advance the history of great deeds done in the past as an excuse for doing poorly in the present; but it is an excellent thing to study the history of the great deeds of the past, and of the great men who did them, with an earnest desire to profit thereby so as to render better service in the present. In their essentials, the men of the present day, and the live issues of the present can be faced to better advantage by men who have in good faith studied how the leaders of the nation faced the dead issues of the past." T.R., 1905

Collection Time Period:

19th - Late 20th Century

Abstract:

This is a comprehensive collection of over 3,000 books, pamphlets and documents concerning the life, times and interests of our 26th President as well as T.R.'s rich and prolific writings

Scope and Content:

3,000 books, pamphlets and documents

Location:

Special Collections Main Room

Repository:

Special Collections.
B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library,
C. W. Post Campus
Long Island University,
Brookville, NY 11548

User Restrictions:

The Collection is available for viewing in the Special Collections' Reading Room. Requests for digital images are considered on a case by case basis. Please call or email us for an appointment. 516/299-2880 and Conrad.Schoeffling@liu.edu.


History of the Collection:

Donated on October 26, 1974 by the Theodore Roosevelt Association in nearby Oyster Bay, this is a comprehensive collection of over 3,000 books, pamphlets and documents concerning the life, times and interests of our 26th President as well as T.R.'s rich and prolific writings. This was our Long Island President whose summer White House was Sagamore Hill in Oyster Bay.

The Collection boasts such treasures as the limited first edition (one of 200) of Roosevelt's The Wilderness Hunter which is signed by him; pre-publication issuance of some of President Roosevelt's addresses "to be held in confidence" until the speech is delivered; and such a great primary resource as the Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps from 1830 to 1925. In addition, the collection contains the important, informative Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal from the Winter/Spring 1976 issue (volume 1, issue 1) to the present. Founded by John A. Gable, Executive Director of the Association, this periodical is regularly sought after by researchers.

As Theodore Roosevelt was our only Long Island President, this collection becomes an important link to our other two North Shore Long Island collections: The Cedar Swamp Historical Society Collection and the Underhill Collection of Quaker literature.




THEODORE ROOSEVELT ASSOCIATON COLLECTION'S HOLDING LIST


Abbott, John Stevens Cabot, 1805 - 1877.
Life of John Paul Jones. New York; Dodd, Mead and Company. 1874.
1 p., xi, 9 - 359 p. front. 19 cm
Library copy imperfect: front. lacking.
E207.J7A14

Abbott, Lawrence Fraser, 1859 - 1933.
Impressions of Theodore Roosevelt. Garden City, New York; Doubleday, Page & company. 1919.
xvii, 315, 1 p. front., plates, ports. 24 cm
E757.A13

Abbott, Lawrence Fraser, 1859 - 1933.
Impressions of Theodore. Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto; Doubleday, Page & company. 1922
xviii, 315 p. 18.5 cm
Inscribed in ink by the publisher.
E757.A14

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 -.
Aircraft and submarines; the story of the invention, development, and present-day uses of war's newest weapons. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1918.
xiv, 388 p. col. front., illus., plates (part col.) 23.5 cm. illustrated lining papers.
UG630.A3

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 - 1934.
The naval history of the United States. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1903, c.1896.
xii, 10, 867 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 24 cm.
E182.A13

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 - 1934.
Panama and the canal in picture and prose. Watercolors by E.J. Real and Gordon Grant; Profusely illustrated by over 600 unique and attractive photographs taken expressively for this book by our special staff. New York; Published in English and Spanish by Syndicate publishing company. 1913.
1 p. 1., 414 p. front. (fold map) illus., col. plates. 29.5 cm.
F1564.A133

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 - 1934.
Soldiers of the sea; the story of the United States marine corps. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1918.
x p., 315 p. front., plates. 20.5 cm
VE23.A9

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 - .
The story of our army from colonial days to the present time... with numerous illustrations. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1916.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports. 20.5 cm. paged continuously.
E181.A122

Abbot, Willis John, 1863 - 1934.
The story of our merchant marine; its period of glory, its prolonged decadence and its vigorous revival as the result of the world war... Illustrated by Ray Brown. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1919.
xiv, 373 p. front., illus., plates. 21.5 cm.
Published in 1902 under title: American merchant ships and sailors.
VK149.A141919

Acheson, Sam Hanna, 1900 - .
35,000 days in Texas; a history of the Dallas news and its forbears. New York; Macmillan. 1938.
xi, 337 p. plates, ports., facsims. 25 cm.
PN4899.D34N4

Adams, Ephraim Douglass, 1865 - 1930.
Great Britain and the American Civil War. New York; Russell & Russell. 1958.
2 v. in 1. illus. 22 cm.
E469.A25

Adams, Henry, 1838 - 1918.
Education of Henry Adams; an autobiography. Boston; Houghton Mifflin Co.. 1927.
517. p.
"Popular edition."
E175.5.A174231927bx

Adams, Henry, 1838 - 1918.
The great secession winter of 1860 - 61, and other essays. Edited and with an introduction by
George Hochfield. New York; Sagamore Press. 1958.
xx, 428 p. 24 cm. bibliographical footnotes.
E178.6.A2

Adams, Henry, 1838 - 1918.
A Henry Adams reader. Edited and with an introduction by Elizabeth Stevenson. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1959, c.1958.
xviii, 381 p. diagrs., plans. 19 cm.
AC8.A221959

Adams, Henry, 1838 - 1918.
Letters to a niece and Prayer to the Virgin of Chartres... with a niece's memories by Mabel La Farge. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1920.
5 p. 1., 3-133, 1 p., 24 cm.
E175.5.A1744

Adams, James Truslow, 1878 - 1949.
The Adams family. New York; The Literary guild. 1930.
vi p., 3-364 p. front., pl., ports. 24 cm.
First published; Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1930.
E176.A232

Adams, James Truslow, 1878 - 1949.
America's Tragedy. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1934.
vi p., 415 p. illus. (maps) 23 cm
E468.A32

Adams, James Truslow, 1878 - 1949.
The epic of America. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1931.
viii, p., 3-433 p. illus. 24 cm.
E178.A25

Adams, James Truslow, 1878 - 1949.
Our business civilization; some aspects of American culture. New York; A. & C. Boni. 1929.
ix p., 9-306 p. 23.5 cm.
E169.1.A21

Adams, John, Pres. U.S., 1735 - 1826.
The selected writings of John and John Quincy Adams, edited and with an introduction by Adrienne Koch and William Peden. New York; A. A. Knopf. 1946.
3 p. 1., xxxix (i. e. 41), 413, xxix p., 1. 2 port. (incl. front.) 22 cm.
E302.A28

An address to the people of the United States, on the policy of maintaining a permanent navy. By an American citizen. Philadelphia; Printed by James Humphrey's for E. Bronson. 1802. Tarrytown, N.Y.; Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1921.
26 p. 26.5 cm.
(On cover: The magazine of history, with notes and queries. Extra number. No. 71 pt. 1) Attributed to Enos Bronson; and also attributed to Albert Gallatin and Charles Fenton Mercer.
VA56.A671921x

Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, 1896 -.
Introduction to military history... maps prepared in collaboration with Girard L. McEntee. New York, London; The Century co.. 1929.
xv, 420 p. illus., fold. Maps, fold. Tab. 19.5 cm.
U27.A6

Allen, Frederick Lewis, 1890-1954.
Only yesterday; an informal history of the nineteen-twenties. New York; Blue Ribbon Books. 1931.
xiv, p., 370 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23 cm.
E741.A64

Allen, Gardner Weld, 1856 -.
A naval history of the American revolution. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1913.
2 v. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps. 20.5 cm.
E271.A42

Allen, Gardner Weld, 1856 -.
Our naval war with France. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1909.
xii p., 323, 1 p. front., plates, ports., map, plan. 20 cm.
E323.A42

Allen, Gardner Weld, 1856 -.
Our navy and the Barbary corsairs. Boston, New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1905.
xiii, 354 p., front., plates, ports., maps. 20 cm.
E335.A42

Allied bazaar, New York, 1916.
The Allied bazaar: Grand central palace, June 3 to June 14, 1916/ under the auspices of National allied relief committee, War relief clearing house for France and her allies and the Commission for relief in Belgium. New York; Herald square press. 1916.
15, 1 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.
On cover: official programme.
D+503.A436x

Alsop, Stewart, 1914 -.
Nixon & Rockefeller: a double portrait. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1960.
240 p. 22 cm.
E835.A65

American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Theodore Roosevelt, man of letters; a centennial exhibition of books, manuscripts and related literary material, December 6, 1957 to January 5, 1958. New York. 1957.
unpaged. 24 cm.
Z8757.3.A5

American library directory, 1939.
A classified list of 10,253 libraries with names of librarians and statistical data, compiled by Karl Brown. New York; R.R. Bowker Co.. 1939.
531 p.
Z731.A531939

American naval battles: being a complete history of the battles fought by the Navy of the United States, from its establishment in 1794 to the present time; including the wars with France and Tripoli; the late war with Great Britain, and with Algiers; with an account of the attack on Baltimore, and of the battle of New Orleans. Concord, N.H.; L. Roby. 1848.
v, 7-278 p., illus., 2 pl. (incl. front.) 19.5 cm.
Published previously, Boston, 1816, by Barber Badger, under title: The naval temple.
E182.N33

American petroleum institute.
American petroleum supply and demand; a report to the board of directors of the American petroleum institute by a committee of eleven members of the board. New York; McGraw-Hill book company, inc. 1925.
xiii p., 269 p. incl. tables, diagrs. 23.5 cm.
TN872.A5A6

Amos, James E., 1879 - .
Theodore Roosevelt: hero to his valet. New York; The John Day company. 1927.
6 p. 3-162 p., 1. front., ports., facsim. 19.5 cm.
E757.A52

Anderson, Robert Gordon, 1881 - .
Leader of men. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1920.
55 p. front. (port.) 19 cm.
E757.A54

Anderson, William R., 1921 - .
Nautilus 90 north, by William R. Anderson with Clay Blair, Jr. Photographs by John Krawczyk. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1959.
251 p. illus. 22 cm.
VA65.N3A5

Andrews, Elisha Benjamin, 1844 - 1917.
History of the United States from the earliest discovery to the present time. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1926.
vol. 5 of 6 vol. set. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps (part col.) facsims. 19.5 cm.
Revised edition by Paul L. Haworth.
E178.A571926x

Andrews, Mary Raymond (Shipman) d. 1936.
His soul goes marching on. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1922.
3 p. 1., 3-84 p. front. 19 cm.
A story centered around the character of Theodore Roosevelt.
Autographed copy.
PS3501.N569H58x

Andrews, Mary Raymond (Shipman) d. 1936.
The perfect tribute. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1906.
46, 1 p. front. 19 cm.
Story dealing with Lincoln's Gettysburg speech.
E457.9.A57

Andrews, Roy Chapman, 1884 -.
Under a lucky star, a lifetime of adventure. New York; The Viking press. 1943.
300 p. 22 cm. map on lining-papers.
QH31.A55A331943

Anthony, Katharine Susan, 1877 - .
First lady of the Revolution: the life of Mercy Otis Warren. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1958.
258 p. 22 cm.
PS858.W8A85

"Are these things so?" being a reply to this question propounded by a Jewish high priest of the first Christian martyr 1900 years ago,... compiled by the WAAJA. World Alliance against Jewish aggressiveness. 1934.
viii, 9-413 p.
DS141.A73x

Armor.
Tactics and technique of cavalry. 10th ed. A text and reference book of cavalry training. Harrisburg, PA.; The Military Service Pub. Co.. 1940.
6 v. in 2. illus., plates (1 fold. col.) maps, diagrs., forms. 25 cm.
UE160.A81940x

Armstrong, John, 1758 - 1843.
Notices of the war of 1812. New York; G. Dearborn. 1836 - 40.
2 v. 18.5 cm (v. 2: 19 cm)
Imprint of v. 2: New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1840.
E354.A72

Ashburn, Percy Moreau, 1872 - .
The elements of military hygiene, especially arranged for officers and men of the line. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1909.
5 p. 1., 3-314 p., 19.5 cm.
UH600.A8

Atlantic monthly.
Jubilee; one hundred years of the Atlantic. Selected and edited by Edward Weeks and Emily Flint. Boston; Little, Brown. 1957.
746 p. illus. 22 cm.
PS507.A85

Auerbach, Joseph Smith.
Theodore Roosevelt; an appreciation. New York, London; Longmans, Green and co.. 1923.
3 p. 1., 5-36 p., front. (port.) 23.5 cm.
One thousand and fifty copies printed. Type.
"Address at the annual dinner of the Nassau County Republican club, October 27, 1922."
E757.A91

Auphan, Gabriel Adrien Joseph Paul, 1894 - .
The French Navy in World War II, by Paul Auphan and Jacques Mordal. Translated by A.C.J. Sabalot. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1959.
xvi, 413 p. illus., maps (2 fold. On lining-papers) 25 cm.
D779.F7A823

Babcock, Louis L.
The siege of Fort Erie; an episode of the war of 1812. Buffalo; P. Paul book co.. 1899.
64 p. plan. 21.5 cm.
E356.E5B1

Babcock, Louis L.
The war of 1812 on the Niagara frontier. Buffalo, N.Y.; The Buffalo historical society. 1927.
5 p. , 3-385 p. incl. plates. front., illus., fold. Maps, plans (part fold.) 23.5 cm.
v. 29.
F129.B8B88

Babinski, Joseph Francois Felix, 1857 - 1932.
Hysteria of pithiatism, and reflex nervous disorders in the neurology of war, by Joseph F. F. Babinski and Fornent ... with a prescript by the authors; Translated by J.D. Rolleston ... with a preface, by E. Farquhar Buzzard ... with 37 figures and 8 plates. London; University of London press, ltd.. 1918.
xxii, 311 p. illus., viii pl., tables. 19.5 cm. figures. plates.
Each plate has descriptive letterpress on preceding page.
RC361.B121918bx

Bailey, Thomas Andrew, 1902 - .
Wilson and the peacemakers: combining Woodrow Wilson and the lost peace and Woodrow Wilson and the great betrayal. New York; Macmillan Co.. 1947.
2 v. in 1. illus., maps. 22 cm.
D643.A7B32

Baillie, Hugh, 1890 - .
High tension; the recollections of Hugh Baillie. New York; Harper. 1959.
300 p. illus. 22 cm.
PN4874.B24A3

Ballard, Colin Robert, 1868 - 1941.
The military genius of Abraham Lincoln; an essay, with a preface by Fletcher Pratt. Photographs from the Meserve Collection. 1st American Edition. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1952.
viii, 10, 246 p. ports., maps. 22 cm.
E457.B191952

Ballard, George Alexander (vice admiral), 1862 - .
America and the Atlantic. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1923.
vii p., 351 p. maps. 21.5 cm.
E18.B17

Bancroft, George, 1800 - 1891.
History of the battle of lake Erie, and miscellaneous papers: Life and writings of George Bancroft, by Oliver Dyer. New York; R. Bonner's sons. 1891.
128 p., 129-264 p. incl. front. (port.) pl. 17.5 cm.
E356.E6B2

Banning, Kendall, 1879 - 1944.
Annapolis today. Revised by A. Stuart Pitt. 5th revised edition. Annapolis, Md.; United States Naval Institute. 1957.
300 p. illus. 22 cm.
V415.P1B31957

Barnes, James, 1866-1936.
Commodore Bainbridge; from the gunroom to the quarterdeck... Illustrated by George Gibbs and others. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1897.
vii, 168 p. front., illus., 7 pl., port., maps. 20 cm. (on cover: Young heroes of our navy)
E353.1.B2B2

Barnes, James, 1866 - 1936.
The hero of Erie (Oliver Hazard Perry). New York; D. Appleton & company. 1898.
vii, 167 p. front., illus., plates, port. 20 cm. (on cover: Young heroes of our navy)
E353.1.B2P2

Barnes, James, 1866 - 1936.
Midshipman Farragut... with illustrations by Carlton T. Chapman and others. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1896.
ix p., 1., 151 p. front., plates, maps. 20 cm. (on cover: Young heroes of our navy)
E467.1.F23B23

Barrett, John, 1866 - 1938.
Admiral George Dewey; a sketch of the man. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1899.
xii p., 279, 1 p. front., plates, ports. 17.5 cm.
"Dewey genealogy supplied by Mr. W. T. Dewey, of Montpelier."
E714.6.D51B2

Batchelor, Joseph Branch.
Infantry fire; its use in battle. Leavenworth, Kansas; Geo. A. Spooner. 1892.
254 p. illus., diagrs., tables (part fold.); 12 cm.
UD330.B33x

Bates, Lindell Theodore, 1890 - .
Manoevering as a defense against attack by submarines; the automatic course indicator. New York; Mail and express job press. 1918.
cover-title, 35 p. illus., diagrs. 28 cm.
"confidential report no. 388."
Supplement no. 1-2. New York; Submarine defense association. 1918.
"confidential report 297.": supp. 1
"confidential report 286.": supp. 2
V210.B35

Bates, Lindell Theodore, 1890 - .
The science of low visibility and deception as an aid to the defense of vessels against attack by submarines. New York; The Submarine defense association. 1918.
54 p., ill. (some col.); 28 cm.
"confidential report no. 287."
Issued with: Protective coloration as a means of defense against submarines by Loyd Ancile Jones.
V215.B38x

Battey, George Magruder, Jr.
70,000 miles on a submarine destroyer; or, The Reid boat in the world war... with photographs mostly by the author, sketches by Sergius J. Becker. Atlanta; The Web & Vary company. 1919.
384 p. incl. front., illus., plates, ports., maps. 19 cm.
D589.U6B3

Battles and leaders of the Civil War. Being for the most part contributions by Union and Confederate officers. New introduction by Roy F. Nichols. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1956.
4 v. illus., ports., maps, facsims., plans, tables. 25 cm.
Based on "The century war series" published from Nov. 1884 to Nov. 1887 in the Century magazine.
E470.B346

Beale, Howard Kennedy, 1899 - .
Theodore Roosevelt and the rise of America to world power. New York; Collier Books. 1962.
413 p.
E757.B41962x

Beard, Charles Austin, 1874 - 1948.
A basic history of the United States, by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard. New York; Doubleday, Doran & company. 1944. Garden City, N.Y.; Garden City Books.
xii, 2, 544 p. illus. (maps) plates, ports., diagrs. 22 cm.
E178.B391944a

Beard, Charles Austin, 1874 - 1948.
The rise of American civilization, by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard, decorations by Wilfred Jones. New York; The Macmillan company. 1927.
2 v. fronts., illus. 22.5 cm.
E169.B322

Bechtel, John Adams.
Handbook for civilian military training camps; a compilation of regulations, forms, orders, instructions, circulars, and other data, for ready reference. Cambridge, Mass.; Press of Caustic Claflin company. 1922.
372, 9 p. illus. (incl. music) fold pl., forms, diagrs. 15.5 cm.
U293.B4

Belden, Thomas Graham.
So fell the angels, by Thomas G. Belden and Marva Robins Beldin. Boston; Little Brown. 1956.
401 p. ports. 22 cm.
E415.9.C4B38

Belknap, Reginald Rowan (captain), 1871 - .
The Yankee mining squadron; or, Laying the North sea mine barrage. Annapolis, Md.; The United States naval institute. 1920.
110 p. front. (map) illus., diagrs. 24 cm.
D590.B4

Beloff, Max, 1913 - .
Thomas Jefferson and American democracy. London; Hodder & Stoughton. 1948.
xi, 271 p. port., maps (on lining-papers) 18 cm. (Teach yourself history library, London)
E332.B43

Bemis, Samuel Flagg, 1891 - .
John Quincy Adams and the foundations of American foreign policy. New York; A. A. Knopf. 1949.
xix, 588, xv p. ports., maps (part fold., part col.) 25 cm.
E377.B451949

Bemis, Samuel Flagg, 1891 - .
John Quincy Adams and the Union. New York; Knopf. 1956.
xv, 546, xix p. illus., ports. 25 cm.
E377.B46

Benjamin, Park, 1849 - 1922.
The United States naval academy, being the yarn of the American midshipman (naval cadet). New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1900.
xvi p., 486 p. fold. front., plates (part fold.) ports. 23 cm.
V415.L1B4

Bennett, C. E.
Advance and retreat to Saratoga in the American revolution; American offensive; advance to Quebec; retreat to Ticonderoga. Schenectady, N.Y.; Robson & Adee. 1928.
80 1 p. illus, map (fold) 23 cm.
E241.S2B4x

Bennett, Frank Marion, 1857 - .
The Monitor and the navy under steam. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1900.
x, 369 p. front., plates, ports., maps. 19.5 cm.
VA55.B47

Bent, Silas, 1882 - .
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes; a biography. Garden City, N.Y.; Garden City publishing company, inc.
1932.
xi p., 3-386 p. incl. front. ports. 21.5 cm.
KF8745.H62B43x

Berger, Meyer, 1898 - .
The story of the New York times, 1851 - 1951. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1951.
xiv, 589 p. illus., port., facsims. 24 cm.
PN4899.N42T53

Bezucha, R. D.
The golden anniversary book of scouting. Assisted by the staff of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Illustrated by Norman Rockwell and others. New York; Golden Press. 1959.
165 p. illus. 29 cm.
Autographed copy.
HS3313.B74B47

Bible. N.T. Gospels. English. Selections. 1946.
The Life and morals of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, extracted textually from the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. New York; David McKay co. inc.. 1946.
ix, 191 p. illus. 15 cm.
"... a reprint of every word contained in THE LIFE OF CHRIST as arranged by Thomas Jefferson from the King James version ..."
BS2549.J4E51946x

Bigelow, Poultney, 1855 - .
Genseric, king of the Vandals and first Prussian Kaiser. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1918.
xix, 207 p. 21 cm.
"Shows analogy between the character and career of Genseric, King of the Vandals, and the Kaiser." - Publishers' weekly, July 13, 1918.
Autographed copy.
DD61.B5

Bishop, Farnham, 1886 - 1930.
The story of the submarine. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. New York; The Century co..
1916.
xv, 211 p. front., illus. (incl. ports.) 19.5 cm.
V210.B55

Bishop, Joseph Bucklin, 1847 - 1928.
Theodore Roosevelt and his time shown in his own letters. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1920.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports. 24 cm.
E757.B625

Blenkinsop, Adam, supposed author.
Paddiana; or, Scraps and sketches of Irish life, present and past. By the author of "A hot water cure" ... 2nd edition. London; R. Bentley. 1848.
vol.2 of a 2 vol. set. fronts. 19.5 cm.
PR8807.I7B4x

Bliss, William Dwight Porter, 1856 - 1926, editor.
The new encyclopedia of social reform, including all social-reform movements and activities, and the economic, industrial, and sociological facts and statistics of all countries and all social objects; edited by William D.P. Bliss, editor-in-the co-operation of many specialists ... New Edition. New York and London; Funk & Wagnalls company. 1908.
3 p., 1321 p. incl. tables. 26 cm.
H41.B62

Blucher von Wahlstatt, Evelyn Mary (Stapleton-Bretherton), 1876 - .
An English wife in Berlin; a private memoir of events, politics, and daily life in Germany throughout the war and the social revolution of 1918; by Evelyn, Princess Blucher. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1920.
xi, 336 p. front. (port.) 21.5 cm.
D515.B651920a

Blum, John Morton, 1921 - .
The Republican Roosevelt. Cambridge; Harvard University Press. 1954.
170 p. 22 cm.
E757.B65

Bodine, Aubrey, 1907 - .
My Maryland. Baltimore; Camera Magazine. 1952.
128 p. 174 illus., map (on lining papers) 31 cm.
Autographed copy.
F+186.2.B6

Bond, Paul Stanley, 1879 - .
The red, white and blue manual: ... a text book for the Citizens' military training camp, by P.S. Bond, O.O. Ellis, E.B. Garey, T.L. McMurray. Baltimore, Md.; The Johns Hopkins press. 1921.
v. illus., diagrs. 24 cm.
U113.B65

Bond, Paul Stanley, 1879 - .
Technique of modern tactics; a study of troop leading methods in the operations of detachments of all arms, by P.S. Bond and M.J. McDonough. Menasha, Wis.; George Banta publishing company.
1913.
344 p. diagrs. (part fold.) 23.5 cm.
U165.B7

Bone, Winstead Paine, 1861 - .
A history of Cumberland university, 1842 - 1935. Labanon, Tenn.; The author. 1935.
303 p. front., plates, ports. 20.5 cm.
LD1401.C82B6

Book of Washington, the, sponsored by the Washington Board of trade.
Washington, D.C., 1927 - .
v. illus. (incl. ports., maps, plans) 25.5 cm.
Collection has 1930 only.
F199.B72

Bostock, James, 1875 - .
How to instruct in aiming and firing, giving explanations and reasons as taught at the School of musketry, Hythe. London; Gale & Polden. 1907.
vii, 50 p. illus. 12 cm. (Gale & Polden's Military series)
UD390.B666x

Bowen, Catherine (Drinker), 1897 - .
John Adams and the American Revolution. Boston; Little, Brown. 1950.
xvii, 699 p. illus., ports., map (on lining paper) geneal. Table. 22 cm.
E322.B68

Bowers, Claude Gernade, 1879 - .
Jefferson and Hamilton; the struggle for democracy in America. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1925.
xvii p., 531 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 23 cm.
E311.B654

Bowers, Claude Gernade, 1879 - 1958.
The tragic era; the revolution after Lincoln. Cambridge; Houghton Mifflin company. 1929.
xxii p., 3-567 p. front., plates (incl. facsim.) ports. 23 cm.
E668.B779

Boy Scouts of America.
Boy scout handbook; a handbook of training for citizenship through scouting. 6th edition. New Brunswick, N.J.; 1959.
480 p.
Autographed copy.
HS3313.B7A31959

Brackenridge, Henry Marie, 1786 - 1871.
History of the late war, between the United States and Great Britain. Containing a minute account of the various military and naval operations. By an American. Baltimore; Joseph Cushing, no. 6, N. Howard-Street. 1816.
xii, 25-357 p. plates. 18 cm.
E354.B77

Brackenridge, Henry Marie, 1786 - 1871.
History of the late war, between the United States and Great Britain: comprising a minute account of the various military and naval operations. Philadelphia; J. Kay, jun., and brother/ Pittsburgh; C.H. Kay & co.. 1839.
298 p. incl. front., 6 pl. 19 cm.
1st edition, Baltimore, 1816.
E354.B771839

Bradford, Ernie Dusgate Selby.
The mighty Hood. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1960, c.1959.
239 p. illus. 22 cm.
D772.H6B71960

Bradford, Gamaliel, 1863 - 1932.
The quick and the dead. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1931.
x p., 3-282, 1 p. front., ports. 22.5 cm.
CT120.B65

Bradlee, Francis Boardman Crowninshield, 1881 - 1928.
The Kearsarge-Alabama battle, the story as told to the writer by James Magee of Marblehead, seaman on the Kearsarge. Salem, Mass.; Essex institute. 1921.
1 p. 1., 25 p. front., 3 pl., group of ports. 26 cm.
E599.A3B7

Bradley, Omar Nelson, 1893 - .
A soldier's story. New York; Holt. 1951.
xix, 618 p. illus., ports., maps. 22 cm.
D756.B7

Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861 - 1920.
Commodore Paul Jones. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1900.
xiv, 482 p. incl. maps, plan. front. (port.) 18.5 cm.
E207.J7B8

Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861 - 1920.
Northwestern fights and fighters; illustrated with original drawings, maps and photographs. New York; Doubleday, Page & Co. 1907.
xxv, 373 p. front., illus. (maps) plates, ports. 21 cm.
E83.866.B82

Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861 - 1920.
Revolutionary fights and fighters. New York; Doubleday, Page and company. 1916, c.1913.
xi, 2 p., 3-326 p.
E181.B7921916x

Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861 - 1920.
South American fights and fighters, and other tales of adventure. Illustrations by Seymour M. Stone, George Gibbs, W.J. Aylward and J.N. Marchand, together with reproductions from old prints and portraits. New York; Doubleday, Page & company. 1910.
x p., 3-342 p. front., plates 21 cm.
F1411.B81

Bragadin, Marc'Antonio, 1906 - .
The Italian Navy in World War II. Giuseppe Fioravanzo, editorial supervisor. Translated by Gale Hoffman. Annapolis, Md.; U.S. Naval Institute. 1957.
380 p. illus. 26 cm.
D775.B683

Brant, Irving, 1885 - .
James Madison. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1941 - 61.
vol. 2, 4, 5 of 6 vol. set . plates, ports., facsims. 24 cm.
E342.B7

Brassey's annual; The armed forces year-book. 1886 - . New York; Macmillan. 1886.
v. illus. 24-26 cm.
collection has 1919 only.
V10.N3

Briggs, Edgar William.
The bride's cook book. San Francisco, CA; The California bride's cook book publishing co.. 1914.
168 p. 23 cm.
TX715.B8441914x

Brooks, Elbridge Streeter, 1846 - 1902.
The story of our war with Spain. Boston; Lothrop publishing company. 1899.
xi p., 9-349 p. incl. front., illus., plates, map. 21.5 cm.
E715.B87

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886 - .
America's coming-of-age. Revised edition. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1958, c.1934.
183 p. 19 cm. (Doubleday anchor books, A-129)
PS121.B741958

Brown, Virginia Stuart.
Through Lincoln's door. Illustrated by the author. Revised edition. Springfield, Ill.. 1953.
80 p. illus. 18 cm.
F549.S7B71953

Brown & Root Overseas.
Report on survey and design section of Pan American Highway, Santa Fe to Palo de las Letras, Republic of Panama, Province of Darien, by Brown & Root Overseas and H. Clare Jr. and Associates. Houston, TX. 1966.
illus. 28 cm.
TE31.P3B761966

Brown & Root Overseas.
Report on survey and design, section of Pan American Highway from Las Animas to Palo de Letras, Republic of Colombia, Department of Choco, by Brown & Root Overseas and La Vialidad Limitada. Houston, TX. 1966.
illus. (part col.), maps (part col., part fold.) 28 cm.
HE359.C44P33

Browne, Benjamin Frederick, 1793 - 1873.
The yarn of a Yankee privateer, edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne, introduction by Clifford Smyth. New York and London; Funk & Wagnalls company. 1927, c.1926.
xxii, 308 p. front. (port.) plates (1 double) double facsim. 19.5 cm.
Originally published, except for one installment, in the United States magazine and Democratic Review, January to September 1840.
Also attributed to John Lorde.
E362.B881927x

Brownrigg, Sir Douglas Egremont Robert, bart., 1867 - 1939.
Indiscretions of the naval censor. New York; George II. Doran company. 1920.
xi p., 15-315 p. front. (port.) illus. (facsim.) plates. 21 cm.
D631.B7

Brownson, Orestes Augustus, 1803 - 1876.
The American republic: its constitution, tendencies, and destiny. New York; P. O'Shea. 1865.
xvi, 439 p. 28.5 cm.
"New edition."
JK246.B881865bx

Bruce, Robert V.
Lincoln and the tools of war. Foreword by Benjamin P. Thomas. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1956.
xi, 368 p. illus., ports. 23 cm.
E491.B7

Bryant, Sir Arthur, 1899 - .
Triumph in the west; a history of the war years based on the diaries of Field-Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, chief of the Imperial General Staff. Garden City, N.Y; Doubleday. 1959.
xviii, 438 p. maps. 24 cm.
D743.B73

Bryant, Sir Arthur, 1899 - .
The turn of the tide; a history of the war years based on the diaries of Field-Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, chief of the Imperial General Staff. Garden City, N.Y; Doubleday. 1957.
624 p. illus. 25 cm.
D759.B781957a

Bryden, Henry Anderson, 1854 - .
Enchantments of the field; chronicles of sport & wild life. Philadelphia; Lippincott. 1930.
286 p. front., plates, ports. 22 cm.
SK31.B7

Buchanan, Sir George William, 1854 - 1924.
My mission to Russia and other diplomatic memories. Boston; Little, Brown & company. 1923.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports., 2 fold. maps. 24 cm.
DK258.B81923a

Buchanan, Lamont, 1919 - .
A pictorial history of the Confederacy. New York; Crown Publishers. 1951.
288 p. illus., ports. 29 cm.
E487.B8

Buell, Augustus C., 1847 - 1904.
Paul Jones, founder of the American navy, a history; with a supplementary chapter by General Horace Porter ... Commemoration edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1906.
2 v. fronts. (ports., v. 1 col.) illus., plates, map, plans, facsim. 20 cm.
E207.J7B93

Bulow, Bernhard Heinrich Martin Karl, furst von, 1849 - 1929.
Memoirs of Prince von Bulow. Translated from the German by F.A. Voist. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1931 - 32.
Vols. 1 and 2 of a 4 vol. set. fronts., plates, ports. 24.5 cm.
"Editor's preface" signed: Franz von Stockhammern.
Vol. 2 translated by Geoffrey Dunlop.
DD231.B8A171931a

Bulloch, James Dunwody, 1823 - 1901.
The secret service of the Confederate States in Europe; or, How the Confederate cruisers were equipped. With a new introduction by Philip Van Doren Stern. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1959.
2 v. illus., ports., maps. 22 cm.
E488.B931959

Bulnes, Francisco, 1847 - 1924.
The whole truth about Mexico; President Wilson's responsibility. Authorized translation by Dora Scott. New York; M. Bulnes book company. 1916.
x p., 395 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm.
F1234.B93

Burroughs, John, 1837 - 1921.
Camping & tramping with Roosevelt. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1907.
xiv p., 3-110, 2 p. front., 11 pl. 19.5 cm.
E757.B97

Burroughs, John, 1837 - 1921.
Camping and tramping with Roosevelt. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin company. 1935.
xiv p., 3-110, 1 p. front., 3 pl. 19.5 cm.
E757.B971935x

Burton, David Henry, 1925 - .
Theodore Roosevelt and his English correspondents: a special relationship of friends. Philadelphia; American Philosophical Society. 1973.
70 p. 30 cm. (Transactions of the American Philosophical society, new ser., v. 63, pt. 2)
E+757.B972

Buswell, Leslie, 1890 - .
Ambulance no. 10, personal letters from the front. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1916.
xxii p., 155, 1 p. incl. illus., facsim. Front., plates. 19.5 cm.
Two editions of these letters were printed for private distribution and issued anonymously in 1915 and 1916 under the title "With the American field service in France."
D629.F8B81916a

Butt, Archibald Willingham, 1865 - 1912.
Taft and Roosevelt; the intimate letters of Archie Butt, military aide. Port Washington, N.Y.; Kennikat Press. 1971.
2 v. (xxiv, 862 p.) port. 23 cm.
E748.B94A41971

Butt, Archibald Willingham, 1865 - 1912.
Taft and Roosevelt, the intimate letters of Archie Butt. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & company, inc.. 1930.
2 v. front. (port.) 24.5 cm.
E748.B94A4

Cadenhead, Ivie Edward, 1923 -.
Theodore Roosevelt; the paradox of progressivism. Woodbury, N.Y.; Barron's Educational Series, inc. 1974.
x, 385 p. 19 cm.
E757.C14

Caemmerer, Hans Paul, 1884 - .
The life of Pierre Charles L'Enfant, planner of the city beautiful, the city of Washington. Based on original sources. Washington; National Republic Pub. Co. 1950.
xxvi, 480 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm.
Autographed copy.
F195.L53

Cagle, Malcolm W.
The sea war in Korea, by Malcolm W. Cagle and Frank A. Manson. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1957.
xix, 555 p. illus., ports., maps. 27 cm.
DS920.A2C3

Caldwell, Mary (French).
General Jackson's lady; a story of the life and times of Rachel Donelson Jackson, beloved wife of General Andrew Jackson, seventh president of the United States. Published by the author, with the cooperation of the Ladies' Hermitage association. Nashville/Kingsport, Tenn,; Kingsport Press, inc. 1936.
xii, 555 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23.5 cm.
E382.1.J2C25

Callwell, Charles Edward, 1859 - .
The tactics of to-day. Sixth impression. Edinburgh and London; W. Blackwood and sons. 1903.
xii, 153, 16 p. 19 cm.
U165.C31903x

Calver, William Louis, 1859 - 1940.
The adoption of cross-belt plates by the British army and their use in the war of 1812. (In the New York Historical Society Quartarly bulletin, October 1935)
UC485.G7C33x

Campbell, Maria (Hull), 1788 - 1845.
Revolutionary services and civil life of General William Hull; prepared from his manuscripts, by his daughter, Mrs. Mary Campbell, together with the History of the campaign of 1812, and surrender of the post of Detroit, by his grandson, James Freeman Clarke. New York; D. Appleton & co., Philadelphia; G.S. Appleton. 1848
xx, 17-482 p. 23.5 cm.
E353.1.H9C18

Cannon, James M., 1918 - editor.
Politics U.S.A.; a practical guide to the winning of public office. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1960.
348 p. 22 cm.
JF2051.C27

Cardinal von Widdern, Georg, 1841 - 1920.
Staff duties in the field, a study of the operations of a British army corps and a cavalry division, from the point of view of the General staff, after the German of Major Cardinal von Widderns' "Pas xvi, armee-corps und die 7. Kavallerie-division Wahrend; hrer selbstandigen operationen im Mosel felding Dei Metz," By Captain J.M. Grierson ... with notes by Lieut.-General H. Brackenbury. London; Printed for H.M. Stationary off. by Harrison and sons. 1891.
251, 1 p. 3 fold. maps, 5 fold. diagrs. 19.5 cm.
UB220.C26

Cardozo, Harold G.
The march of a nation, my year of Spain's civil war. New York; R.M. McBride & co. 1937.
viii p., 315, 1 p. 24 pl. (incl. front., ports.) maps (1 fold.) 22 cm.
DP269.C271937b

Carey, Mathew, 1760 - 1839.
The olive branch, or Faults on both sides, Federal and Democratic. A serious appeal on the necessity of mutual forgiveness and harmony, to save our common country from ruin. 3d edition, greatly enlarged and improved. Boston; Rowe and Hooper. 1815.
xxiii, 13-336 p. 18 cm.
AC901.M5 v.343

Carnegie, Andrew, 1835 - 1919.
Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie. Boston, New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1920.
xii p., 385, 1 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm.
Editor's note signed: John C. Van Dyke.
CT275.C3A3

Carr, Deborah Edith (Wallbridge), "Mrs. Henry James Carr", 1851 - compiler.
Index to certified copy of list of American prisoners of war, 1812 - 1815, as recorded in General entry book, Ottawa, Canada. List of American prisoners of war, who died at Princetown, Dartmoor, England, 1812 - 1815. Association of state presidents, past and present, and charter members, of the National society, United States daughters of 1812. 1924.
25 p. incl. pl. 21 cm.
E362.C22

Carter, William Giles Harding, 1851 - 1925.
Horses, saddles and bridles. 2d edition. Baltimore, Md.; The Lord Baltimore press, The Friedenwald company. 1902.
1 p. 1., x, 422 p. illus., pl. 21 cm.
UE460.C33

Cato, Conrad.
The navy everywhere. London; Constable and company ltd. 1919.
ix, 297, 1 p. maps (part fold.) 23 cm.
D580.C35

Catton, Bruce, 1899 - .
Glory Road; the bloody route from Fredericksburg to Getyysburg. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1952.
416 p. maps. 22 cm.
E470.2.C36

Catton, Bruce, 1899 - .
Mr. Lincoln's army. Garden City, N.Y; Doubleday. 1951.
vi, 372 p. maps. 22 cm.
E470.2.C37

Catton, Bruce, 1899 - .
A stillness at Appomattox. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1953.
438 p. illus. 22 cm.
E470.2.C39

Catton, Bruce, 1899 - .
This hallowed ground; the story of the Union side of the Civil War. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1956.
ix, 437 p. maps. 25 cm. (Mainstream of America series)
E468.C3

Century association, New York.
Joseph Hodges Choate; memorial addresses delivered before the Century association, January 19, 1918; resolutions adopted May 16, 1917. New York; Printed for the Century association. 1918.
56 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) 23 cm.
E664.C45C3

Century association, New York.
Theodore Roosevelt; memorial addresses delivered before the Century association, February 9, 1919; resolutions adopted February 9, 1919. New York; Printed for the Century association. 1919.
74 p. front. (port.) 23 cm.
Address of Elihu Root, Rev. W.T. Manning, G.H. Putnam, H.C. Lodge, John Burroughs, C.E. Akeley,
Talcott Williams.
E757.C39

Chadwick, French Ensor, 1844 - 1919, editor.
The Graves papers and other documents relating to the naval operations of the Yorktown campaign, July to October, 1781, ed. New York; Printed for the Naval history society by the De Vinne press. 1916.
4 p. 1., xiii-1xxviii p., 268, 2 p. front., plates, ports. 24 cm.
"No. 232 of six hundred and fifty copies printed for the Society only."
E237.C43

Chadwick, French Ensor, 1844 - 1919.
The relations of the United States and Spain: the Spanish-American war. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1911.
2 v. illus., maps (part fold.) tables (part fold.) 23.5 cm.
E715.C43

Chadwick, French Ensor, 1844 - 1919.
The relations of the United States and Spain, diplomacy. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1909.
ix, 610 p. 23.5 cm.
E183.8.S7C4

Chambers, Lenoir.
Stonewall Jackson. New York; W. Morrow. 1959.
2 v. ports., maps. 25 cm.
E467.1.J15C49

Chanler, Margaret (Terry), 1862 - .
Roman spring; memoirs. Boston; Little, Brown. 1934.
viii, 324 p. plates, ports. 23 cm.
CT275.C464A3

Chapin, Howard Millar, 1887 - .
New England vessels in the expedition against Louisbourg, 1745. Reprinted from the New England Historical and genealogical register for January and April, 1923. Boston, Cambridge; The Murray printing company. 1923.
31 p. 1 illus. 23 cm.
E198.C46

Charnwood, Godfrey Rathbone Benson, 1st baron, 1864 - 1945.
Abraham Lincoln, by Lorde Charnwood. Garden City, N.Y.; Garden City publishing co., inc.. 1917.
vi p., 482 p. front. (port.) 21.5 cm.
E457.C4785

Charnwood, Godfrey Rathbone Benson, 1st baron, 1864 - .
Theodore Roosevelt, by Lorde Charnwood. Boston; The Atlantic monthly press. 1923.
xx, 232 p., incl. facsim. Front. (port.) 22 cm.
E757.C46

Chase, Stuart, 1888 - .
Men and machines. Illustrated by W.T. Murch. New York; The Macmillan company. 1929.
4 p. 1., 354 p. front., illus., plates. 20.5 cm.
HD6331.C4

Cheney, Albert Loren.
Personal memoirs of the home life of the late Theodore Roosevelt as soldier, governor, vice president, and president, in relation to Oyster Bay. Washington, D.C.; The Cheney publishing company. 1919.
xxiv p., 132, 2 p. double front., 1 illus. (facsim.) plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
E757.C5

Cheney, Albert Loren.
Personal memoirs of the home life of the late Theodore Roosevelt as soldier, governor, vice president, and president, in relation to Oyster Bay. 2d edition. Washington, D.C.; The Cheney publishing company. 1919.
5 p. 1., ix-xxiv p., 152 p. double front., 1 illus. (facsim.) plates, ports. 20 cm.
Autographed copy.
E757.C52

Chessman, G. Wallace.
Theodore Roosevelt and the politics of power. Edited by Oscar Handlin. Boston; Little, Brown. 1969.
viii, 214 p. 21 cm. (The Library of American biography)
E757.C55

Chicago conference on trusts, 1899.
Speeches, debates, resolutions, list of the delegates, committees, etc. Held September 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 1899. Chicago; Civic federation of Chicago. 1900.
2 p. l., iii-x, 5-626 p. ports. (incl. front.) 20 cm.
HD2783.A31900

Chidsey, Donald Barr, 1902 - .
Valley Forge. New York; Crown Publishers. 1959.
190 p. illus. 22 cm.
E234.C48

China. Kuo fang pu. Shih cheng chu.
History of the Sino-Japanese war (1937 - 1945), compiled by Hsu Long-hsuen aned Chang Ming-Kai. Translated by Wen Ha -hsiung. Revised by Kao Ching-Chen and others. 2d edition. Taipei, Chung Wu Pub. Co. 1972, c.1971.
xviii, 642 p. illus., col. maps, ports. 27 cm.
DS777.53.A553131972

Church, William Conant, 1836 - 1917.
The life of John Ericsson. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1890.
2 v. in 1. fronts., illus., plates, ports., facsims. 23 cm.
T40.E8C6

Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer, 1874 - 1965.
The Second World War. Boston; Published in association with the Cooperation Pub. Co. by Houghton Mifflin. 1948 - 53.
6 v. illus., maps. 22 cm.
D743.C47

Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer, 1874 - 1965.
The world crisis, by the Rt. Hon. Winston C. Churchill. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1923-29. vol. 2 of 4 vol. set. maps (part fold.) facsims.(part fold.) fold. tables. dagrs. (part fold.) 23cm.
D521.C51923a

Clancy, Herbert John.
The Presidential election of 1880. Chicago; Loyola University Press. 1958.
294 p. 24 cm.
E685.C5

Clark, Champ, 1850 - 1921.
My quarter century of American politics. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1920.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports. 21.5 cm.
E664.C49C4

Clark, George Ramsey, 1857 - 1945.
A short history of the United States Navy, by George R. Clark, ... William O. Stevens, ... Carroll S. Alden, ... Herman F. Krafft. 3d edition. Philadelphia and London; J.B. Lippincott company. 1916.
2 p. 1., 3-505 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 21 cm.
E182.C582

Cleland, Hugh.
George Washington in the Ohio Valley. Pittsburgh; University of Pittsburgh Press. 1955.
xiii, 405 p. plates, ports., maps, facsims. 24 cm. (Western Pennsylvania series)
E312.C62

Clemens, Cyril, 1902 - .
The man from Missouri, a biography of Harry S. Truman. Foreword by Phil M. Donnelly. Webster Groves; Mo.; International Mark Twain society. New York, N.Y.; J.P Didier, distributors. 1945.
184 p. front., ports., facsim. 20 cm.
Autographed copy.
E814.C55

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835 - 1910.
The American claimant, and other stories and sketches by Mark Twain, pseud.. New York; Harper & brothers. 1896.
x p., 2, 3-545 p. front., illus. 20 cm.
PS1307.A11896x

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835 - 1910.
The gilded age; a tale of today by, Mark Twain, pseudo. and Charles Dudley Warner. New York; Grosset and Dunlap. 1922, c.1915.
2 v. in 1. fronts., plates. 20.5 cm
PS1311.A11915x

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835 - 1910.
The innocents abroad: or, The new pilgrim's progress: being some account of the steamship Quaker City's pleasure excursion to Europe and the Holy Land, by Mark Twain. New York; Grosset and Dunlap. C.1911.
2 v. in 1. front. plates. 20.5 cm.
PS1312.A11911a

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835 - 1910.
The man that corrupted Hadleyburg, and other stories and essays, by Mark Twain, pseud. New York and London; Harper & brothers. c.1928.
5 p. 1., 364, 1 p. front. (port.) plates. 19.5 cm.
PS1322.M21928x

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835 - 1910.
Roughing it, by Mark Twain, pseud. New York; Grosset & Dunlap. c.1913.
2 v. in 1
PS1318.A11913bx

Cleveland. City Council.
Inauguration of the Perry statue, at Cleveland, on the tenth of September, 1860; including the addresses and other proceedings, with a sketch of William Walcutt the sculptor. Published by direction of the City Council. Cleveland, O.; Fairbanks, Benedict & co., printers. 1861.
128 p. incl. diagrs. 22.5 cm.
E356.E6C6

Cloud, Marshall Morgan.
A guide to the chemical analysis of water and the sanitary analysis of water, (chemical and bacteriological.) Kansas City, Mo.; F. Hudson publishing co.. 1905.
44 p. pl. 15 cm.
QD142.C65

Cobb, William T., 1904 - .
The strenuous life; the "Oyster Bay" Roosevelts in business and finance. New York; William E. Rudge's sons. 1946.
5 p. 1., 99, 1 p. illus. (incl. ports., map, facsims.) coat of arms. 28.5 x 21 cm.
CS71.R7811946

Cobbett, William, 1763 - 1835.
Letters on the late war between the United States and Great Britain: together with other miscellaneous writings, on the same subject. New York; J. Belden and co., Van Winkle & Wiley, printers. 1815.
vii, 9-407 p. 22.5 cm.
E364.C65

Coblentz, Stanton Arthur, 1896 -.
Marching men; the story of war. With illustrations by Arthur Zaidenberg. New York; Unicorn press. 1927.
6 p. 1., 3-488 p., front., illus., plates. 24 cm.
D25.C55

Cocchia, Aldo, 1900 - .
The hunters and the hunted; adventures of Italian naval forces. Translated by M. Gwyer. Annapolis; U.S. Naval Institute. 1958.
179 p. illus. 24 cm.
D780.C6121958

Codd, Margaret Jane.
On board a United States battleship; with Evans to the Pacific. Chicago; Flanagan company. 1919.
205 p. front. (port.) illus. 20 cm.
VA58.C7

Codman, Charles R.
Drive. Boston; Little, Brown. 1957.
335 p. illus. 22 cm.
D811.C5856

Coggeshall, George, 1784 - 1861.
History of the American privateers, and letters-of-marque, during our war with England in the years 1812, '13, and '14. Interspersed with several naval battles between American and British ships-of- war. 2d edition. Revised, corrected, and enlarged. New York; The author. 1856.
1v, 482 p. 24 cm.
E360.C671856bx

Coit, Margaret L.
Mr. Baruch. Illustrated with photos. Boston; Houghton Mifflin. 1957.
xiv, 784 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.
E748.B32C6

Collier, Edmund Pomeroy.
Cohasset's deep sea captains. Boston; F.H. Gilson co., n.d..
59 p. illus., plates, ports. 23.5 cm.
Holograph of author to Mrs. Margaret M. Gale tipped in.
V62.C655x

Collins, Francis Arnold, 1873 - .
Naval heroes of to-day. New York; The Century co.. 1918.
7 p. 1., 3-285 p. incl. plates. front. 20 cm.
D589.U6C6

Columbia club, Indianapolis.
An expression of its appreciation of the life and character of Theodore Roosevelt. Indianapolis Levey printing co.. 1919.
port. 18.5 cm.
E757.C72

Commager, Henry Steele, 1902 - editor.
The spirit of ?seventy-six; the story of the American Revolution as told by participants, edited by Henry S. Commager and Richard B. Morris. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1958.
2 v. illus. 25 cm.
E203.C69

Complete United States infantry guide for officers and noncommissioned officers, reprinted from government publications. Philadelphia and London; J.B. Lippincott company. 1917.
2074 p. illus. (part col., incl. music) fold. pl., diagrs. 23.5 cm.
UD153.C6

Congdon, Charles Harris.
Progressive battle hymns, songs of peace and prosperity; progress and patriotism. In the spirit of the Chicago convention. Written and compiled by C.H. Congdon. New York. 1912.
62 p. incl. music. 20.5 cm.
M2117.C674x

Conger, Sarah (Pike) "Mrs. E.H. Conger."
Letters from China, with particular reference to the empress dowager and the women of China. With eighty illustrations from photographs and a map. Chicago; A.C. McClurg & co.. 1909.
xv, 392 p. front., illus., plates, ports., fold. map. 22.5 cm.
DS710.C65

The Congressional reporter. Containing a list of members of the Twelfth Congress, the President's
message, the public documents, and the debates on all interesting questions agitated during the session. No. 1 -Nov. 1811 - Concord 1811 -v. 23 cm. collection has v. 2 only
J15.C7

Conklin, George W., compiler.
Conklin's handy manual of useful information and world's atlas. Chicago; Laird & Lee. 1899.
1 p. 1., xi, 1, 3-532 p. front., illus. (incl. maps) 13.5 cm.
AG105.C71899

Connolly, James Brendan, 1868 - .
The U-boat hunters. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1918.
x p., 263 p. front., plates. 19.5 cm.
D589.U6C7

Connor, William Durward, 1874 - .
Military railways. Washington; Govt. print. off.. 1910.
192 p. illus., col. pl., forms, tab., diagr. 17 cm. (Professional papers of the corps of engineers, U.S. Army, no. 32)
UG345.C6

Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872 - 1933.
The autobiography of Calvin Coolidge. New York; Cosmopolitan book corporation. 1929.
5 p. 1., 3-246, 1 p. front., ports. 22.5 cm.
E792.C6

Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872 - 1933.
The autobiography of Calvin Coolidge. New York; Cosmopolitan book corporation. 1929.
5 p. l., 3-246, 1 p. front., 11 ports. 24.5 cm.
"This edition is limited to one thousand copies, each signed by the author and numbered. This is no. 557."
E792.C61929ax

Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872 - 1933.
Calvin Coolidge, his ideals of citizenship as revealed through his speeches and writings, by Edward Elwell Whiting. Boston, Mass.; W.A. Wilde company. 1924.
391 p. incl. front. (port.) 20 cm.
E792.C64

Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872 - 1933.
Have faith in Massachusetts; a collection of speeches and messages. 2nd edition, enlarged. Boston; Houghton Mifflin Co. 1919.
x, 275 p. port. 20 cm.
F70.C771919a

Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872 - 1933.
The price of freedom; speeches and addresses. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1924.
Vi p., 2., 3-420 p. front. (port.) 21 cm.
E660.C725

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789 - 1851.
History of the Navy of the United States of America. 2nd edition, with corrections. Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard. 1840.
2 v. fronts. (maps) 23.5 cm.
E182.C785

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789 - 1851.
History of the Navy of the United States of America. 3rd ed. With corrections and additions. Cooperstown; H. & E. Phinney. 1848.
2 v. in 1. fronts., ports., maps. 22.5 cm.
E182.C7851848x

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789 - 1851.
The wept of Wish-ton-wish, a tale. New York; Presdient Pu. Co., n.d.
ix, 1 p. 415 p. illus.
PS1418.W71910bx

Corbin, Thomas W.
The romance of war inventions; a description of warships, guns, tanks, rifles, bombs, and other instruments and munitions of warfare, how they were invented & how they are employed. London, Seeley, Service & co. limited. 1918.
2 p. 1., 13-315, 1 p. front., illus., 11 pl. 20 cm.
T20.C6

Cortissoz, Royal, 1869 - 1948.
The life of Whitelaw Reid. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1921.
2 v. fronts. (port., v. 1) 23.5 cm.
E664.R35C82

Corwin, Edward Samuel, 1878 - .
The Presidency today by Edward S. Corwin and Louis W. Koenig. New York; New York University Press. 1956.
138 p. 21 cm.
JK516.C62

Corwin, Edward Samuel, 1878 - 1963.
The President, office and powers, 1787 - 1957; history and analysis of practice and opinion. 4th revised edition. New York; New York University Press. 1957.
xiii, 519 p. 25 cm.
KF5051.C61957

Cotton, Edward Howe, 1881 - .
The ideals of Theodore Roosevelt. Foreword by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson. New York, London; D. Appleton and company. 1923.
xix, 1, 329, 1 p. front. (port.) 21 cm.
E757.C85

Coxwell, Charles Fillingham, 1856 - .
Through Russia in war-time. With 55 illustrations and a route map. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1917.
311, 1 p. front., plates, map. 22.5 cm.
DK27.C6

Crane, Stephen, 1871 - 1900.
The red badge of courage; an episode of the American Civil War. New edition. New York; D. Appleton. 1917.
xiv, 233 p. port. 18 cm.
PS1449.C85R31917x

Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander, 1854 - .
The battle of Lundy's Lane, 25th July, 1814. A historical study. 3rd edition. Weland, Ont.; Printed at the Tribune Office. 1893.
47, 1 p. front. (fold. map.) 21.5 cm.
Published by the Lundy's Lane historical society.
E356.L9C9

Current history and Forum. V. 1-53, no. 1; Dec. 1914-June 1941. New York; C.H. publishing corporation. 1914-41.
53 v. illus., plates, ports., maps. 24.5-29.5 cm.
Library has only 1916, issues 3 and 8; and 1917, issues 5 and 7.
D410.C8

Current, Richard Nelson.
The Lincoln nobody knows. New York; McGraw-Hill. 1958.
314 p. 22 cm.
E457.C96

Current, Richard Nelson.
Secretary Stimson, a study in statecraft. New Brunswick; Rutgers University Press. 1954.
272 p. 22 cm.
E748.S883C8

Cutright, Paul Russell, 1897 - .
Theodore Roosevelt, the naturalist. Foreword by Fairfield Osborn. New York; Harper. 1956.
297 p. illus. 22 cm.
QH31.R72C8

Dale, Edwin L.
Conservatives in power; a study in frustration. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1960.
214 p. 22 cm.
HC106.5.D28

Dallas, Francis Gregory, 1824 - 1890.
The papers of Francis Gregory Dallas, United States Navy; correspondence and journal, 1837-1859; Edited by Gardner W. Allen. New York; Printed for the Naval history society by the De Vinne press. 1917.
1i p., 303, 2 p. front., facsims. 24 cm. (Half-title: Publications of the Naval history society, vol. viii)
"No. 289 of 700 copies, printed for the Society only."
E182.D14

Dana, Marshall Newport, 1885 - .
Newspaper story: fifty years of the Oregon journal, 1902-1952. Portland; Oregon Journal. 1951.
226 p. illus. 22 cm.
PN4899.P58O68

Daniels, Jonathan, 1902 - .
The man of Independence. Philadelphia; Lippincott. 1950.
384 p. 22 cm.
E814.D3

Daniels, Josephus, 1862 - 1948.
The Navy and the nation; war-time addresses. With an introduction by John Wilber Jenkins. New York; George H. Doran company. 1919.
xxii p., 21-348 p. 21.5 cm.
D589.U6D3

Daniels, Josephus, 1862 - 1948.
The Wilson era; years of peace, 1910 - 1917. Chapel Hill; The University of North Carolina press. 1944.
xvi, 615 p. front., illus., ports. (part double) fold. facsims. 24.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
E766.D3

Daniels, Josephus, 1862 - 1948.
The Wilson era; years of war and after, 1917 - 1923. Chapel Hill; The University of North Carolina press. 1946.
xviii, 654 p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims. 24.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
E766.D33

Darling, Jay Norwood, 1876 - .
As Ding saw Hoover. Edited by John M. Henry. With introduction by W.W. Waymack. Ames; Iowa State College Press. 1954.
138 p. illus. 24 cm.
NC1429.D237H4

Darnell, Elias.
A journal containing an accurate and interesting account of the hardships, sufferings, battles, defeat, and captivity of those heroic Kentucky volunteers and regulars, commanded by General Winchester, in the years 1812-13. Also, two narratives by men that were wounded in the battles on the river Raisin, and taken captive by the Indians. Philadelphia; Lippincott, Grambo, and co. 1854.
98, 1 p. 15 cm.
E355.2.D23

Darrow, Clarence Seward, 1857 - 1938.
The story of my life. Illustrated from photographs. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1932.
viii p., 465 p. front., illus., pl., ports. 22.5 cm.
CT275.D2374A3

Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866 - 1944.
Naval officers, their heredity and development, by Charles B. Davenport ... assisted by Mary Theresa Scudder. Washington; Carnegie institution of Washington. 1919.
iv p., 236 p. diagrs. 25.5 cm.
Papers of the Station for experimental evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, no. 29.
V61.D3

Davis, George Breckenridge, 1847 - 1914.
A treatise on the military law of the United States. Together with the practice and procedure of courts-martial and other military tribunals. 2nd edition, revised. New York; J. Wiley & sons. 1909.
Xiii, 772 p. 24 cm.
KF7625.D31909

Davis, Burke.
To Appomattox; nine April days, 1865. New York; Rinehart. 1959.
433 p. illus. 24 cm.
E477.67.D33

Davis, Jefferson, 1808 - 1889.
The rise and fall of the Confederate Government. Foreword by Bell I. Wiley. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1958.
2 v. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm.
E487.D2631958

Davis, Kenneth Sydney, 1912 - .
General Eisenhower, soldier of democracy; from boyhood to supreme commander. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1949.
217 p. front. 22 cm.
"Adapted for young people from the author's soldier of democracy."
E745.E35D313

Davis, Kenneth Sydney, 1912 - .
Soldier of democracy; a biography of Dwight Eisenhower. New edition. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1952.
577 p. maps. 22 cm.
E745.E35D31952

Davis, Oscar King, 1866 - .
Released for publication; some inside political history of Theodore Roosevelt and his times, 1898 - 1918. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1925.
vii p., 468 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23.5 cm.
E757.D25

Davis, Paris M.
An authentic history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain. To which will be added, the war with Algiers and the treaty of peace, the treaties of peace with various tribes of North American Indians and the United States Army register and peace establishment. New York; E.F. Baker. 1836.
360 p. 5 pl. 18.5 cm.
The Army register is a reprint of that of May 17, 1815.
E354.D26

Dawes, Charles Gates, 1865 - 1951.
Notes as vice president, 1928-1929. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1935.
4 p. 1., 3-329 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm.
Autographed copy.
E748.D22D22

Dawson, Francis Warrington, 1878 - .
Opportunity and Theodore Roosevelt. Illustrated with reproductions of documents and of African photographs taken by the author. Chicago. 1924.
192 p. illus. 19 cm.
E757.D27

Dealey, Ted, 1892 - .
Three men of Texas, and a Texas institution, "The Dallas morning news." New York; Newcomen Society in North America. 1957.
40 p. illus. 23 cm.
PN4899.D34M6

Decker, Joao Siegfried.
Aspectos biologicos da flora Brasileira. Sao Leopoldo, Rio G. Do Sul; Rotermund & co. 1936.
640 p. 24 cm.
QK263.D4x

De Koven, Anna (Farwell) 1860 - .
The life and letters of John Paul Jones, by Mrs. Reginald de Koven. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1913.
2 v. fronts. (v. 2 col.) illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims. 23 cm.
E207.J7D29

Deming, Therese (Osterheld) 1874 - .
Edwin Willard Deming; foreword by Professor Henry Fairfield Osborn, compiled by Therese O. Deming, edited by Henry Collins Walsh. New York; The Riverside press. 1925.
47, 1 p. illus. (incl. port., facsim.) 24.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
ND237.D34D4

Denison, John Ledyard, 1826 - 1906.
A pictorial history of the Navy of the United States: embracing a general history of the American navy, with a particular account of all the most celebrated naval battles from the declaration of independence to the present time. Illustrated with numerous engravings. New York; Henry Bill. 1860.
viii, 9-341 p. illus., plates (part col.)
E182.D46x

Dennett, Tyler, 1883 - .
Roosevelt and the Russo-Japanese war; a critical study of American policy in eastern Asia in 1902-05, based primarily upon the private papers of Theodore Roosevelt. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1925.
xi p., 357 p. 21.5 cm.
E756.D32

Depew, Chauncey Mitchell, 1834 - 1928.
Speech ... before the Methodist Ministers' association at the memorial service for Theodore Roosevelt, held at their chapel. New York City. Jan. 13, 1919. n.p., n.d.
20 p. 23 cm.
E757.2.D444x

Dewey, George, 1837 - 1917.
Autobiography of George Dewey, admiral of the Navy. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1913.
xii, 337 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsims. 23.5 cm.
E714.6.D51D52

Dewey, Thomas Edmund, 1902 - .
The case against the new deal. 2nd edition. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1940.
viii p., 165 p. front. (port.) 22 cm.
E806.D491940ax

Dewitt, David Miller, 1837 - 1912.
The impeachment and trial of Andrew Johnson, seventeenth president of the United States; history. New York; The Macmillan company. London; Macmillan & co., ltd. 1903.
vii, 646 p. 22 cm.
E667.D52

Dexter, Walter Friar, 1886 - .
Herbert Hoover and American individualism, a modern interpretation of a national ideal. New York; The Macmillan company. 1932.
x, 256 p. front. (port.) 20.5 cm.
E802.D48

Disclosure, the - No.1. Documents relating to violations and evasions of the laws during the commercial restrictions and late war with Great Britain, &c. Part first. Bath, Me.; J.G Torrey, printer. 1824
47, 1 p. 22 cm.
AC901.M5v.996

Donitz, Karl, 1891 - .
Memoirs: ten years and twenty days. Translated by R.H. Stevens, in collaboration with David Woodward. Cleveland; World Pub. Co. 1959.
500 p. maps., ports. 23 cm.
D781.D613

Domville-Fife, Charles William, 1886 - .
Submarine warfare of to-day; how the submarine menace was met and vanquished, wit descriptions of the inventions and devices used, fast boats, mystery ships, nets, aircraft, &c., &c. also describing the selection and training of the enormous personnel used in this new branch of the navy. With 53 illustrations. Philadelphia; J.B Lippincott company. London; Seeley, Service & co. ltd. 1920.
303, 1 p. front., illus., plates, diagrs. 20 cm.
V210.D56

Donald, David Herbert, 1920 - .
Lincoln reconsidered; essays on the Civil War era. New York; Knopf. 1956.
200 p. 20 cm.
Documentary edition "Autographed by the author for the members of the Civil War Book Club."
E457.8.D691956a

Doubleday (Nelson) inc.
Complete war map of western Europe, containing an index to more than 7,000 cities and towns. Oyster Bay, N.Y.; Nelson Doubleday. 1918.
21 p. fold. col. map. 19 cm.
G1841.S651917D6x

Doughboy, the. 1922. Published by the class of 1922. The Infantry school U.S. Army, Camp Benning, Georgia. Atlanta; Press of Foote and Davis Co. 1922.
1 v. (unpaged) illus.
U428.U6D61922

Douglas, William Orville, 1898 - .
An almanac of liberty. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1954.
409 p. 22 cm.
KF4749.D67

Draper, Andrew Sloan, 1848 - 1913.
The rescue of Cuba; an episode in the growth of free government. Boston, New York; Silver, Burdett and company. 1899.
186 p. front., plates, ports., maps. 19.5 cm.
E715.D76

Drinkwater, John, 1882 - 1937.
Abraham Lincoln; a play. With an introduction by Arnold Bennett. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1919.
xii p., 112 p. 19.5 cm.
E457.9.D78

Duffy, Herbert Smith, 1900 - .
William Howard Taft. New York; Minton, Balch & company. 1930.
x p., 3-345 p. front., ports. 24.5 cm.
E762.D85

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802 - 1870.
The adventures of a Marquis. Philadelphia; T.B. Peterson and brothers, n.d.
422 p.
Bound with The opera dancer by George William MacArthur.
PR5221.R35O7x

Duncan, Robert B.
Brave deeds of American sailors. Philadelphia; G.W. Jacobs & company. 1912.
311 p. front., plates. 21.5 cm.
E182.D91

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Company.
Du Pont, the autobiography of an American enterprise; the story of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, published in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the company on July 19, 1802. Wilmington, Del.; distributed by Scribner, New York. 1952.
138 p. illus. 31 cm.
HD9651.9.D8A5

Durant, John, 1902 - .
Pictorial history of American Presidents, by John and Alice Durant. New York; Barnes. 1955.
viii, 320 p. illus., ports., facsims. 29 cm.
E176.1.D9

Dwight, Theodore, 1764 - 1846.
History of the Hartford convention: with a review of the policy of the United States government which led to the war of 1812. New York; N. & J. White. Boston; Russell, Odiorne, & co. 1833.
447 p. 22 cm.
Autographed copy.
E357.9.D99

Dyar, Ralph E.
News for an empire; the story of the Spokesman-review of Spokane, Washington, and of the field it serves. Caldwell, Idaho; Caxton Printers. 1952.
494 p. illus. 24 cm.
PN4899.S584S6

Dyer, Frederick Henry, 1849 - .
A compendium of the War of the Rebellion. With a new introduction by Bell Irvin Wiley. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1959.
3 v. (1796 p.) illus., ports., maps, facsims., tables. 29 cm.
E491.D991959

Earle, Ralph, 1874 - .
Life at the U.S. Naval academy; the making of the American naval officer. With an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt ... with 73 illustrations and a map. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1917.
xx p., 359 p. front., plates, ports., fold. plan. 19.5 cm.
V415.P1E2

Economic club of Boston.
President Roosevelt's railroad policy; report of a discussion before the Economic club of Boston, March 9, 1905, including addresses by Hon. Charles A. Prouty, David Willcox, Hon. Peter Stenger Grosscup, and Prof. Frank Parsons. Boston, New York; Ginn & company. c.1905.
1 p. 1., 79 p. 19 cm.
HE1051.E2

Einstein, Lewis, 1877 - .
Roosevelt, his mind in action. Boston; Houghton Mifflin Co. 1930.
vii, 259 p. plates, ports. 23 cm.
E757.E35

Eisenhower, Dwight David, Pres. U.S., 1890 - 1969.
Crusade in Europe. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1948.
xiv, 559 p. illus., maps (part col.) 23 cm.
D743.E351948

Eisenhower, Dwight David, Pres. U.S., 1890 - .
Eisenhower speaks; Dwight D. Eisenhower in his messages and speeches. Selected and edited by Rudolph L. Treuenfels. New York; Farrar, Straus. 1948.
xix, 299 p. port. 22 cm.
E836.E3A4

Eliot, Charles William, 1834 - 1926.
Some roads towards peace; a report to the trustees of the Endowment on observations made in China and Japan in 1912. Washington, D.C.; The Endowment. 1914.
3 p. 1., 88 p. 25 cm. (Carnegie endowment for international peace, Division of intercourse and education. Publication no. 1)
First published, 1913.
JX1906.E61914

Eliot, George Fielding, 1894 - .
The ramparts we watch; a study of the problems of American national defense. New York; Reynal Hitchcock. 1938.
ix, 370 p. fold. maps. 22.5 cm.
Map on lining-papers.
UA23.E43

Eltinge, Le Roy, 1872 - .
Notes on cavalry. Lecture delivered February 14, 1917, by Major Leroy Eltinge to class of provisional second lieutenants. Fort Leavenworth, Kan; Army service schools press. 1917.
32 p. incl. diagrs. 20 cm.
UE160.E488x

Eltinge, Le Roy, 1872 - 1931.
Psychology of war. Lectures delivered by Le Roy Eltinge. Revised edition. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Press of the Army service schools. 1915.
126 p., 36 p. 20.5 cm.
U21.E41915

Emery, Anne, 1907 - .
American Friend; Herbert Hoover. New York; Rand McNally. 1967.
232 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.
E802.E4

Encyclopedia of American biography. New series. Under the editorial direction of Winfield Scott Downs in association with a notable advisory board. New York; American Historical Society. 1937.
465 p. plates, ports., coats of arms (part col.) 28 cm.
E176.E621937

Esthus, Raymond A.
Theodore Roosevelt and Japan. Seattle; University of Washington Press. 1967, c.1966
329 p. 24 cm.
E183.8.J3E8

Evans, Robley Dunglison, 1846 - 1912.
An admiral's log; being continued recollections of naval life. New York and London; D. Appleton and company. 1910.
x p., 466 p., front., plates, ports. 21.5 cm.
E182.E91

Evans, Stephen Hadley, 1905 - .
The United States Coast Guard, 1790 - 1915; a definitive history (with a postscript: 1915-1949). Annapolis, Md.; United States Naval Institute. 1949.
xiii, 228 p. illus., ports., map. 24 cm.
HJ6645.E8

The Evening mail, New York.
Special inauguration number. The Evening Mail. Illustrated Saturday Magazine. New York; The Mail and a press company. 1905.
16 p. illus. 43 cm.
"Supplement to the Evening Mail."
"March 4, 1905."
E758.E9x

Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790 - 1847.
An address delivered at Salem, on the eighth of January, 1836, at the request of the Democratic young men of that place, in commemoration of the victory of New Orleans. Boston; Beals & Greene, printers. 1836.
61 p. 22 cm.
E356.N5E96x

Far Eastern Republic.
Letters captured from Baron Ungern in Mongolia/Far Eastern Republic. Washington. 1921.
5 p.; 34 cm.
"Reprinted from Pekin and Tientsin Times."
DS793.M7F33x

Far Eastern Republic.
Memorandum of the special delegation of the/Far Eastern Republic. Washington. 1921.
4 p.; 34 cm.
DS518.7.F345x

Farago, Ladislas, editor.
The axis grand strategy; blueprints for the total war, compiled and edited by Ladislas Farago, with the co-operation of Major William Moseley Brown, Major George Fielding Eliot, Foster Kennedy and others ... for the Committee for national morale. New York, Toronto; Farrar & Rinehart, inc. 1942.
ix p., 3-614 p. 22 cm. map.
U162.F36

Farley, James Aloysius, 1888 - .
Jim Farley's story; the Roosevelt years. New York; Whittlesey House. 1948.
x, 388 p. ports., facsim. 24 cm.
Autographed copy.
E806.F255

Fay, Bernard, 1893 - .
Roosevelt and his America. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1933.
vii p., 3-345 p. 22.5 cm.
Translated from the French by Winifred Ray.
E806.F28

Federal reserve bank of Richmond.
Questions and answers on the federal reserve system, edited by Chas. A. Peple. Richmond, Va.; Federal reserve bank of Richmond. 1926.
xi, 178 p. front., fold. form. 19.5 cm.
"Second edition."
HG2563.F451926

Fenno, Richard F., 1926 - .
The President's Cabinet; an analysis in the period from Wilson to Eisenhower. Cambridge, Mass.; Harvard University Press. 1959.
327 p. 22 cm.
JK611.F4

Fiennes, Gerard Yorke Twisleton-Wykeham, 1864 - .
Sea power and freedom; a historical study. With an introduction by Bradley Allen Fiske. New York and London; G.P Putnam's sons. 1918.
xvi p., 374 p. front., plates, ports., maps. 24 cm.
"Depicts mainly the career and achievements of the British navy." - Foreword.
D27.F52

Fischer, Louis, 1896 - .
Men and politics, an autobiography. New York; Duell, Sloan and Pearce. 1941.
vi, 672 p. 23.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
D413.F5A31941

Fiske, Bradley Allen, 1854 - 1942.
From midshipman to rear-admiral. Illustrated with photographs. New York; The Century co. 1919.
x p., 3-694 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 24.5 cm.
E182.F54

Fiske, Bradley Allen, 1854 - .
The navy as a fighting machine. With map. 2nd edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1918.
xi p., 3-411 p. illus., fold. map. 19.5 cm.
Partly reprinted from the U.S. Naval institute and the North American review.
V103.F41918

Fiske, Bradley Allen, 1854 - .
War time in Manila by Rear-Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U.S.N., navigator of the U.S.S. Petrel and Monadnock during the time. Boston; R.G. Badger. 1913.
276 p. plates, 2 port. (incl. front.) 19.5 cm.
DS679.F5

Flynn, John Thomas, 1883 - .
Country squire in the White House. New York; Doubleday, Doran and company, inc. 1940.
vi, 122 p. 20.5 cm.
E807.F581940a

Ford, Henry, 1863 - 1947.
Today and tomorrow, by Henry Ford, in collaboration with Samuel Crowther. Garden City, N.Y.;
Doubleday, Page & company. 1926.
4 p., 281 p. 24.5 cm.
HD9710.U52F6

Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865 - 1902.
The Honorable Peter Stirling and what people thought of him. New York; H. Holt and company. 1894.
2 p., 417 p. 19.5 cm.
PS1692.H61894bx

Forma, Warren.
They were ragtime. New York; Grosset & Dunlap. 1976.
245 p. illus. 27 cm.
E168.F7

Foulke, William Dudley, 1848 - 1935.
Roosevelt and the spoilsmen. New York City; National civil service reform league. 1925.
108 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm.
E757.F76

Fox, Gustavus Vasa, 1821 - 1883.
Confidential correspondence of Gustavus Vasa Fox, assistant secretary of the navy, 1861 - 1865, edited by Robert Means Thompson and Richard Wainwright. New York; Printed for the Naval history society by the De Vinne press, 1918-19. c.1920.
2 v. front. (port.) 24 cm.
"Nos. 1048 and 39 of twelve hundred copies, printed for the society only."
E591.F79

Francis, Augustus Theodore, compiler.
History of the 71st regiment, N.G., N.Y., American guard. New York; The Veterans association, 71st regiment, N.G., N.Y. 1919.
3 p. 1., xi-xiii, 1 p., 3-900 p., ports. 24 cm.
Foreword by George Edward Lowen.
UA364.71stF8

Fraser, Chelsea Curtis, 1876 - .
Boys' book of sea fights; famous naval engagements from Drake to Beatty. With maps by the author. New York; Thomas Y. Crowell company. 1920.
viii, 333 p. front., illus. (maps) plates (1 fold.) ports. 20.5 cm.
D27.F7

Freeman, Andrew A., 1900 - .
Abraham Lincoln goes to New York. New York; Coward-McCann. 1960.
160 p. 22 cm.
E438.L776

Freeman, Lewis Ransome, 1878 - .
Sea-hounds ... With illustrations from photographs by the author. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1919. 309 p.
D581.F71919ax

Freidel, Frank Burt.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Boston; Little, Brown. 1952 - .
v. ports. 23 cm.
E807.F74

Freidel, Frank Burt.
The splendid little war. Boston; Little, Brown. 1958.
314 p. illus. 28 cm.
E715.F7

Friends of France; the Field service of the American ambulance described by its members. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1916.
xvii, 1 p., 294, 1 p., incl. illus., col. pl., ports. front., plates. 21 cm.
Introduction by A. Piatt Andrew, inspector of the Field Service.
D629.F8F71916

Fries, Adelaide Lisetta, 1871 - .
The road to Salem. Chapel Hill; The University of North Carolina press. 1944.
X, 316 p., plates, ports., maps, facsims. 23.5 cm.
F265.M8F83

Fries, Amos Alfred, 1873 - .
Communism unmasked. Washington, D.C.; The Georgetown press. 1937.
204 p. 19.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
HX86.F83

Frost, Holloway Halstead, 1889 - 1935.
We build a navy. Annapolis, Md.; U.S. naval institute. 1929.
xvi, 501 p. front., illus. (maps) plates, ports., facsim., diagrs. 23.5 cm.
E182.F81

Frothingham, Jessie Peabody.
Sea fighters from Drake to Farragut. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1902.
vii, 396 p. front., plates. 19.5 cm.
D27.F8

Frothingham, Thomas Goddard, 1865 - .
The naval history of the world war. Cambridge; Harvard university press. 1924-26.
fold. maps, plans (part fold.) diagrs. 21.5 cm.
"This work has been compiled from data provided by the historical section, United States Navy."
Library has vol. 1 of 3 vol. set.
D580.F75

Fuchida, Mitsuo, 1902 - .
Midway, the battle that doomed Japan; the Japanese Navy's story, by Mitsuo Fuchida and Masatake Okumiya. Edited by Clarke H. Kawakami and Roger Pineau, with a foreword by Raymond A. Spruance. Annapolis; Naval Institute. 1955.
266 p. illus. 24 cm.
D774.M5F812

Fuller, John Frederick Charles, 1878 - .
Decisive battles of the U.S.A. New York; Thomas Yoseloff. c.1942.
xi, 416 p. illus. (maps) 22.5 cm.
E181.F95

Fyfe, Henry Hamilton, 1869 - .
Northcliffe, an intimate biography. New York; The Macmillan company. 1930.
ix p., 357 p. front., ports., facsims. 24.5 cm.
DA566.9.N7F871930a

Gardner, Joseph Lawrence, 1933 - .
Departing glory; Theodore Roosevelt as ex-President. New York; Scribner. 1973.
xv, 432 p. illus. 24 cm.
E757.G29

Garraty, John Arthur, 1920 - .
Henry Cabot Lodge, a biography. New York; Knopf. 1953.
xiii, 433, xvi p. ports. 25 cm.
E664.L7G3

Gaulle, Charles de, 1890 - .
War memoirs; translated by Jonathan Griffin. London; Collins. 1955 - .
illus., ports., maps. 22 cm.
Library vol. 1 (2 parts) only.
D761.G3734

Gauvreau, Emile Henry, 1891 - .
The wild blue yonder; sons of the prophet carry on. New York; E.P. Dutton & company, inc. 1944.
15, 19-386 p. illus. (facsim.) 21.5 cm.
UG633.G3

Gebhardt, George Frederick, 1874 - .
Steam power plant engineering. 5th edition, rewritten and reset, total issue fifteen thousand. New York; John Wiley & sons, inc. 1917.
xvi, 1057 p. illus., diagrs. (1 fold.) 23.5 cm.
TJ400.G531917

George, Alexander L.
Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House; a personality study by Alexander L. George and Juliette L. George. New York; J. Day Co. 1956.
362 p. illus. 22 cm.
E767.G4

Gerard, James Watson, 1867 - .
My four years in Germany, by James W. Gerard, late ambassador to the German imperial court. New York; George H. Doran company. 1917.
2 p. 1., vii-xvi p., 17-448 p. incl. facsims. front., plates, ports., facsims. 21.5 cm.
D515.G4

Gibbons, Herbert Adams, 1880 - .
John Wanamaker. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1926.
2 v. fronts., illus. (facsims.) plates (1 double) ports. 24.5 cm.
Letter signed by John Wanamaker attached to front flyleaf of volume one.
E664.W24G4

Gibbs, George Fort, 1870 - .
Pike & cutlass; hero tales of our navy, written & illustrated by George Gibbs. Philadelphia & London; J.B. Lippincott company. c.1899.
Ix p., 7-291 p. front., 14 pl. 20 cm.
E182.G44

Gilbert, Clinton Wallace, 1871 - 1933.
The mirrors of Washington ... With fourteen cartoons by Cesare and fourteen portraits. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1921.
xi, 256 p. incl. ports. front. 24 cm.
Written partly by Clinton W. Gilbert and partly by John Kirby.
E747.G46

Gill, Charles Clifford, 1885 - 1948.
Naval power in the war (1914-1918). New York; George H. Doran company. 1919.
xiv, 302 p. fold. front., illus., maps, fold. tab., diagrs. 20.5 cm.
"Lectures delivered ... at the United States naval academy in the winter of 1915 - 16 to midshipmen."
D580.G51919

Gilman, Bradley, 1857 - 1932.
Roosevelt, the happy warrior. With illustrations from photographs. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1921.
xi p., 376 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 23 cm.
E757.G5

Gleaves, Albert, 1858 - 1937.
A history of the transport service; adventures and experiences of United States transports and cruisers in the world war. With 123 illustrations and diagrams. New York; George H. Doran company. 1921.
xviii p., 17-344 p. incl. illus., plates, map. Front., plates, ports. 28 cm.
D570.72.G61921ax

Gleig, George Robert.
A narrative of the campaigns of the British army at Washington and New Orleans. London; John Murray. 1821.
E355.G55

Goldman, Eric Frederick, 1915 - .
Rendezvous with destiny; a history of modern American reform. New York; Knopf. 1952.
xiii, 503, xxxvii p. 22 cm.
E661.G58

Goltz, Colmar, freiherr von der, 1843 - 1916.
The conduct of war: a brief study of its most important principles and forms. Translated from the German by Joseph T. Dickman. Kansas City, Mo.; The Hudson-Kimberly publishing co. 1896.
xxii, 9-217 p. 17.5 cm.
U102.G59

Gooch, George Peabody, 1873 - .
History of modern Europe, 1878-1919. New York; H. Holt and company. 1923.
Vi pl., 728 p. 23 cm.
D395.G61923a

Goodrich, Arthur Frederick, 1878 - .
Mr. Grant, a play in three acts. New York; R.M. McBride & company. 1934.
xii, 184 p. 19.5 cm.
PS3513.O535M71934

Gosnell, Harold Foote, 1896 - .
Champion campaigner: Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York; Macmillan. 1952.
235 p. illus. 22 cm.
E807.G68

Gottfried, Manfred, 1900 - .
Prelude to battle. London; Chapman & Hall Ld. 1928.
312 p.
PZ3.G715Pr2x

Grant, Ulysses Simpson, Pres. U.S., 1822 - 1885.
Personal memoirs of U.S. Grant. New York; C.L. Webster & co. 1885-86.
2 v. front. (ports.) plates, maps, facsims. 23.5 cm.
E672.G76

Gray, John Alexander Clinton.
Amerika Samoa; a history of American Samoa and its United States Naval Administration. Annapolis; United State Naval Institute. 1960.
295 p. illus. 25 cm.
DU819.A1G7

Greely, Adolphus Washington, 1844 - 1935.
Three years of Arctic service; an account of the Lady Franklin bay expedition of 1881-84, and the attainment of the farthest north. New edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1894.
xxii, 2, 726 p. front. (port.) illus., 2 fold. maps. 22.5 cm.
G6701881.G64

Greene, Francis Vinton, 1850 - 1921.
Sketches of army life in Russia. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1880.
v, 326 p. 19.5 cm.
DR573.G82

Griepenkerl, Otto F. W. T. 1851 - .
Letters on applied tactics: Twenty-four tactical exercises dealing with the operations of small detached forces of the three arms. With numerous examples of actual orders. Worked out by Major Griepenkerl. 3rd edition. London; Hugh Rees. 1904.
xxi, 551 p. illus., maps (some col.) 22 cm.
U167.G81904x

Grifflin, Solomon Bulkley, 1852 - .
W. Murray Crane, a man and brother. Foreword by President Coolidge. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1926.
xvi p., 202 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22 cm.
E664.C88G7

Griscom, Lloyd Carpenter, 1872 - 1959.
Diplomatically speaking. New York; Literary Guild of America. c.1940.
viii, 476 p. front. (port.) 23.5 cm.
E183.7.G76

Guedalla, Philip, 1889 - 1944.
The hundred years. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Doran & company, inc. 1937.
xiii, 400 p. illus. (maps) 24 cm.
D359.G81937

Guerra y Sanchez, Ramiro, 1880 - .
Teodoro Roosevelt: 27 octubre 1858-6 enero 1919; un Rough Rider que lucho por Cuba libre. Habana; Editorial Lex. 1958.
173 p. illus. 25 cm.
Autographed copy.
E757.G88

Gunther, John, 1901 - 1970.
Roosevelt in retrospect, a profile in history. New York; Harper. 1950.
xii, 410 p. 22 cm.
E807.G85

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
The boys' life of Theodore Roosevelt... illustrated with photographs, cartoons and reproductions of Theodore Roosevelt's own diaries. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1918.
7 p. 1., 374, 1 p. front., illus. (incl. facsims.) plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
E757.H14

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
The bugle that woke America; the saga of Theodore Roosevelt's last battle for his country. New York; The John Day company. 1940.
xi, 223 p. front., illus. (incl. ports.) 20.5 cm.
E757.H1415

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
A guide to Sagamore Hill: the place, the people, the life, the meaning. New York; TheodoreRoosevelt Association. 1953.
74 p. illus. 23 cm.
E757.H1417

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
The magnate, William Boyce Thompson and his time (1869-1930). New York; Reynal & Hitchcock. 1935.
viii, 343 p. front., plates, ports. 21.5 cm.
"A John Day book."
Autographed copy.
CT275.T577H3

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - 1964.
The Roosevelt family of Sagamore Hill. New York; Macmillan. 1954.
435 p. illus. 22 cm.
E757.3.H3

Hagedorn, Herman, 1882 - .
Roosevelt in the Bad Lands. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1921.
475 p.
E757.H1421921bx

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
Roosevelt, prophet of unity. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1924.
3 p. 1., 142 p. 19.5 cm.
E757.H1422

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
The Rough riders; a romance. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1927.
5 p. 1., 3-508 p. 19.5 cm.
PS3515.A23R8x

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882 - .
Theodore Roosevelt; a biographical sketch and excerpts from his writings and addresses. New York; Roosevelt Memorial Association, n.d.
44 p. illus. 20 cm.
E757.H1432x

Hagedorn, Herman, 1882 - .
Theodore Roosevelt; a biographical sketch. New York; Priv. print., Roosevelt memorial exhibition committee, Columbia university. 1919.
4 p. 1., 13-44, 2 p. front., illus., ports. 22 cm.
E757.H143

Hall, Thomas Winthrop.
The Fun and Fighting of the Rough Riders. New York; Frederick A. Stokes. 1899.

Halstead, Murat, 1829 - 1908.
Life and distinguished services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the great issues of 1896 ... the life of Garret A. Hobart. With an introduction by Chauncey M. Depew. Philadelphia; Edgewood Publishing company. 1896.
xiii, 1 17-501 p. incl. plates, ports. front. 21 cm.
E711.6.H1921896x

Halstead, Murat, 1829-1908.
The story of the Philippines. Natural riches, industrial resources, statistics of productions, commerce and population; the laws, habits, customs, scenery and conditions of the Cuba of the East Indies, and the thousand islands of the archipelagoes of India and Hawaii, with episodes of their early history ... Events of the war in the west with Spain, and the conquest of Cuba and Porto Rico. Splendidly and picturesquely illustrated with half-tone engravings from photographs, etchings from special drawings, and the military maps of the Philippines, prepared by the War Department of the United States. Chicago; Our Possessional Publishing co. 1898.
3 p. 1 512 p. front., illus., plates, ports, maps. 24.5 cm.
DS659.H19

Hamersly, Lewis Randolph, 1847 - 1910.
The records of living officers of the U.S. Navy and Marine corps; with a history of naval operations during the rebellion of 1861-65, and a list of the ships and officers participating in the great battles, compiled from officials sources. Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott & co. 1870.
350 p. 24 cm.
E182.H205

Hamilton Club of Chicago.
Appomattox day banquet of the Hamilton Club of Chicago. The Auditorium, April tenth, 1899. Addresses by Hope Reed Cody, John C. Black, Evan E. Settle, Charles Emory Smith, and Theodore Roosevelt. Chicago; Issued by the Library and Publication Committee. 1899.
30 p. 24 cm.
E757.H1212x

Hancock, Harrie Irving, 1868 - 1922.
Japanese physical training; the system of exercise, diet, and general mode of living that has made the Mikado's people the healthiest, strongest, and happiest men and women in the world. Photographs by George J. Hare, jr. New York and London; G.P Putnam's sons. 1903.
xv, 156 p. front., 18 pl. 19.5 cm.
GV475.H23

Handlin, Oscar, 1915 - .
Theodore Roosevelt centennial; suggestions for colleges. New York; Published for Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission by the Theodore Roosevelt Association. 1958.
14 p. 23 cm.
E757.H333x

Hanna, Matthew Elting, 1873 - 1936.
Tactical principles and problems. Menasha, Wis.; Press of Geo. Banta publishing company. 1913.
viii p., 459 p. illus., fold. maps. 23 cm.
"Fourth edition."
U165.H31913x

Hanser, Richard.
Meet Mr. Lincoln, by Richard Hanser and Donald B. Hyatt. New York; Golden Press. 1960.
131 p. illus. 28 cm.
Adapted from the motion picture, Meet Mr. Lincoln, televised by the National Broadcasting Company as a Project twenty event on the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. Producer and director: Donald B. Hyatt. Script: Richard Hanser.
E457.6.H3

Hapgood, Hutchens, 1869 - .
Paul Jones. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1901.
vi p., 126 p. front. (port.) 17.5 cm.
E207.J7H18

Hapgood, Norman, 1868 - 1937, ed.
Professional patriots, edited by Norman Hapgood; material assembled by Sidney Howard and John Hearley, an exposure of the personalities, methods and objectives involved in the organized effort to exploit patriotic impulses in these United States during and after the late war. New York; A. & C. Boni. 1927.
ix p., 210, 7 p. 19.5 cm.
HS2325.H3

Harbord, James Guthrie, 1866 - 1947.
The American expeditionary forces; its organization and accomplishments. Evanston, Ill; Evanston publishing company. 1929.
3 p. 1., 5-95 p. front. (port.) 23.5 cm.
D570.H28

Harman, Robert Valentine, 1881 - .
American citizenship practice, by R.V. Harman, H.R. Tucker, and J.E. Wrench. Lincoln, Chicago, Dallas, New York; The University publishing company. 1926.
xxv, 613 p. incl. front., illus., diagrs. 20 cm.
First published in 1924.
H83.H31926

Harriman, Florence Jaffray (Hurst) 1870 - .
Mission to the north. 17 illustrations. Philadelphia, New York; J.B. Lippincott company. 1941.
331 p. front., plates, ports. 22 cm.
DL532.H31941

Hart, Merwin Kimball, 1881 - .
America, look at Spain. New York; P.J. Kenedy & sons. 1939.
xviii p., 253 p., 17 p. facsims. 21 cm.
Autographed copy.
DP257.H3

Hartford Convention, 1814.
The proceedings of a convention of delegates, from the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the state of New Hampshire; and the county of Windham, in the state of Vermont;- convened at Hartford, in the state of Connecticut, December 15th, 1814. Hartford; Printed, Re-printed at New Haven, by Oliver Steele. 1815.
32 p. 21 cm.
E357.7.H321815x

Haskell, Henry Joseph, 1874 - .
The new deal in old Rome: how government in the ancient world tried to deal with modern problems. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1939.
3 p. 1., v-xii, 258, xi p., 20.5 cm.
DG211.H38

Haskin, Frederic Jennings, 1872 - .
The Panama canal. Illustrated from photographs taken by Ernest Hallen, official photographer of the Isthmian canal commission. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1913.
x, 386 p. fold. col. Front., illus., plates, ports. 20.5 cm.
TC774.H4

Hassett, William D., 1880 - .
Off the record with F.D.R., 1942-1945. With an introduction by Jonathan Daniels. New Brunswick, N.J.; Rutgers University Press. 1958.
366 p. illus. 25 cm.
Inscribed copy.
E807.H34

Hatch, William Stanley.
A chapter of the history of the war of 1812 in the Northwest. Embracing the surrender of the northwestern army and fort, at Detroit, August 16, 1812; with a description and biographical sketch of the celebrated Indian chief Tecumseh. Cincinnati; Miami printing and publishing company. 1872.
1 p. 1., 7-156 p. 18 cm.
E355.2.H36

Hay, Marley Fotheringham.
Secrets of the submarine. With illustrations from photographs. New York; Dodd, Mead a company. 1917.
ix p., 229 p. front., pltes. 19.5 cm.
VM365.H3

Hays, Will H., 1879 - .
Theodore Roosevelt; memorial addresses by Will H. Hays before the joint session of the Indiana State Legislature, February 7, 1919. Indianapolis, Indiana. n.p, n.d.
11 p. 23x10.5 cm.
E757.2.H2222x

Headley, Joel Tyler, 1813 - 1897.
The great rebellion; a history of the civil war in the United States. Hartford, Conn.; American publishing company. 1865-66.
fronts., plates, ports. 24 cm.
Library has vol. 2 of 2 vol. set.
E468.H425

Headley, Joel Tyler, 1813 - 1897.
The second war with England ... 4th thousand. New York; C. Scribner. 1853.
2 v. front., pl., plans. 19 cm.
E354.H43

Headley, Joel Tyler, 1813 - 1897.
Washington and his generals ... Complete in two volumes. New York; Pearson Pub. Co. n.d.
(vii, 518 p.) front.
E206.H3519- - bx

Hearst, William Randolph, 1863 - 1951.
William Randolph Hearst, a portrait in his own words; edited by Edmond D. Coblentz. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1952.
309 p. illus. 22 cm.
PN4847.H4A3

Hemment, John C
Cannon and camera; sea and land battles of the Spanish-American war in Cuba; camp life, and the return of the soldiers. Described and illustrated by John C. Hemment ... with index, and an introduction by W. I. Lincoln Adams. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1898.
xxi, 282 p. front., plates. 20.5 cm.
E729.H48

Henderson, Daniel MacIntyre, 1880 - .
"Great-Heart," the life story of Theodore Roosevelt. Introduction by Major-General Leonard Wood. Illustrated with photographs and cartoon by "Ding." 4th edition. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1919.
5 p. 1., 242 p., front. (port.) plates, ports. 20.5 cm.
Autographed copy.
E757.H491919bx

Henderson, Daniel MacIntyre, 1880 - .
Jungle roads and other trails of Roosevelt, a book for boys. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1920.
xv p., 220 p. front., plates, ports. 21.5 cm.
E757.H5

Henderson, George Francis Robert, 1854 - 1903.
Stonewall Jackson and the American civil war. With an introduction by Field-Marshal the Right Hon. Viscount Wolseley ... New Impression. New York, London; Longmans, Green and co. 1900.
2 v. 2 port. (incl. front.) 33 maps (partly fold.) 20.5 cm.
E467.1.J15H49

Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870 - .
The life and letters of Walter H. Page. London; W. Heinemann, ltd. 1930.
2 v. in 1 front., plates, ports. 24.5 cm.
E664.P15H471930x

Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870 - 1949.
The life and letters of Walter H. Page. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1922-25.
3 v. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. 25 cm.
E664.P15H4

Henry, John, British spy.
Documents from Henry, the British spy!! Boston; 1812.
22 p. 22 cm.
Includes letters from Ebenezer Seaver, James Madison, Herman W. Ryland, J.H. Craig, Robert Peel and Lord Liverpool.
E357.H36

Herndon, William Henry, 1818 - 1891.
Herndon's life of Lincoln, the history and personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln as originally written by William H. Herndon and Jesse W. Weik; with introduction and notes by Paul M. Angle. Illustrated with photographs from the Meserve Collection. Cleveland; World Pub. Co. 1949.
xviv, 511 p. illus., ports. 20 cm. (The Living Library)
E457.H576

Herrick, Genevieve Forbes.
The life of William Jennings Bryan, by Genevieve Forbes Herrick and John Origen Herrick. Chicago; Buxton publishing house. 1925.
3 p. 1., 11-424 p. incl. plates, ports, front. 23 cm.
E664.B87H3

Hesseltine, William Best, 1902 - .
Lincoln and the war governors. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1948.
x, 405, xxii p. 25 cm.
E457.4.H61948

Hicks, James Ernest, 1899 - , compiler.
Notes on German ordinance for the collector, 1841-1918. New York; I. Orans. 1937.
126 p. illus. 21.5 cm.
UF525.G3H5

Hildreth, Richard, 1807 - 1865.
The history of the United States of America. New York; Harper & brothers. 1849-53.
6 v. 24 cm.
Library has various editions of some volumes.
E178.H671849x

Hill, Frederic Stanhope, 1829 - 1913.
Twenty years at sea; or, Leaves from my old log-books. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1893.
vii p., 273 p. 18 cm.
E591.H64

Hinshaw, David, 1882 - .
Herbert Hoover, American Quaker. New York; Farrar, Straus. 1950.
xx, 469 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.
E802.H65

Hinshaw, David, 1882 - .
A man from Kansas; the story of William Allen White. New York; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1945.
xi, 305 p. plates, ports. 21 cm.
PN4874.W62H54

The Historical register of the United States. Edited by T.H. Palmer. Washington; T.H. Palmer. 1814-16.
4 v. 21 cm.
Vols. 3-4: Philadelphia, G. Palmer, 1814-16.
E351.H66

Hoess, Rudolf, 1900 - 1947.
Commandant of Auschwitz; an autobiography. With an introduction by Lord Russell of Liverpool. Translated from the German by Constantine FitzGibbon. Cleveland; World Pub. Co. 1960, c.1959.
285 p. illus. 22 cm.
D805.G3H5531960

Holbrook, Lucius Roy.
Handling the straight army ration and baking bread. A practical manual for army cooks, mess stewards, and post bakers, in field or in garrison and on the march; for company officers, post treasurers and mess officers of troops abroad army transports. Prepared by Captain L.R. Holbrook . . assisted by Color Sergeant Patrick Dunne. Kansas City, Mo.; F. Hudson publishing co. 1905.
xi, 9-232 p. incl. front., illus., col. Plates. 15 cm.
UC723.H7

Holland, Josiah Gilbert, 1819 - 1881.
Life of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield, Mass.; G. Bill. 1866.
544 p. front., plates, port. 22 cm.
E457.H729

Hollis, Ira Nelson, 1856 - 1930.
The frigate Constitution; the central figure of the navy under sail. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1900.
x, 263, 1 p. front., illus., plates, ports., plans. 20 cm.
E182.H74

Holloway, Jean.
Edward Everett Hale, a biography. Austin; University of Texas Press. 1956.
xi, 275 p. front., facsim. 24 cm.
PS1773.H6

Holmes, Burton, 1870 - .
Burton Holmes travelogues. Chicago; Travelogue bureau. 1914.
12 v. col. fronts., illus., plates (part col.) ports. 25.5 cm.
Author's inscription in each volume reads: "Compliments of Burton Holmes. May 1, 1944."
G138.H761914x

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809 - 1894.
The autocrat of the breakfast-table. University edition. New York; Sully and Kleinteich. n.d.
xii, 321 p. front. (port.) (The Breakfast-table series)
PS1964.A119 - - bx

Holton, William C.
Cruise of the U.S. flag-ship Hartford, 1862-1863: being a narrative of all her operations since going into commission, in 1862, until her return to New York in 1863. From the private journal of William C. Holton. By B.S. Osbon. New York; L.W. Paine, printer. 1863. Tarrytown, N.Y.; Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1922.
100 p. 26.5 cm. (Added t.-p.: The Magazine of history, with notes and queries. Extra number. No.87)
E173.M24no.87

Homans, James Edward, 1865 - .
Our three admirals, Farragut, Porter, Dewey; an authentic account of the heroic characters, distinguished careers, and memorable achievements of the three officers, who have attained the highest rank in the navy of the United States. New York; J.T. White & co. 1899.
vii, 93, 1 p. illus., ports. 20 cm.
E467.H75

Hone, Philip, 1780 - 1851.
The diary of Philip Hone, 1828-1851. Edited, with an introduction, by Bayard Tuckerman. New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1889.
2 v. front. (port.) 23 cm.
F128.44.H77

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Addresses upon the American road. 1933-1938. New York; C. Scibner's sons. 1938.
viii p., 390 p. 21.5 cm.
E742.5.H592x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Further addresses upon the American road. 1938-1940. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1940.
vii p., 3-265 p. 21.5 cm.
E742.5.H593x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Addresses upon the American road; 1940-1941. New York; Charles Scribner's Sons. 1941.
vii, 272 p.
E742.5.H594x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Addresses upon the American road. World war II, 1941-1945. New York; D. Van Nostrand company, inc. 1946.
xi, 442 p. 22 cm.
E742.5.H595x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - .
Addresses upon the American road, 1945-1948. New York; D. Van Nostrand Co. 1949.
xii, 319 p. 23 cm.
E742.5.H596x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Addresses upon the American road, 1948-1950. Stanford; Stanford University Press. 1951.
xi, 221 p. 22 cm.
E742.5.H597x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Addresses upon the American road, 1950-1955. Stanford, Calif.; Stanford University Press. 1955.
365 p. 22 cm.
E742.5.H598x

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
Memoirs. New York; Macmillan. 1951 - .
3v. illus. ports. 25 cm.
Autographed copies.
E802.H7

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
The ordeal of Woodrow Wilson. New York; McGraw-Hill. 1958.
xiii, 318 p. illus., ports. 24 cm.
E767.H78

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874 - 1964.
The problems of lasting peace, by Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gibson. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday Doran and company, inc. 1942.
viii p., 295p. 20.5 cm.
JX1953.H73

Hoover, Irwin Hood, 1871 - 1933.
Forty-two years in the White House, by Irwin Hood Hoover, chief usher. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1934.
xii, 332 p. front., plates, ports. 21 cm.
E176.1.H786

Hoover, Medal Board of Award.
Scott Turner, eighteenth Hoover medalist. New York. 1957.
22 p. illus., port. 23 cm.
TN140.T8H6

Hopper, James Marie, 1876 - .
Medals of honor. With illustrations by John Alan Maxwell. New York; The John Day company. 1929.
Xvi p., 3 281, 1 p. incl. ports. 21 cm.
D507.H65

Horan, James David, 1914 - .
Mathew Brady, historian with a camera. Picture collation by Gertrude Horan. New York; Crown Publishers. 1955.
xix, 244 p. illus., ports., map. 32 cm.
TR140.B7H6

Horn, Stanley Fitzgerald, 1889 - .
The Hermitage, home of Old Hickory. New York; Greenberg. 1950.
xi, 226 p. illus., ports., plans. 24 cm.
Autographed copy.
E382.H791950

Hoskins, Leander Miller.
The elements of graphic statics. A text-book for students of engineering. New York and London; Macmillan and co. 1892.
viii, 191 p. v fold. Pl., diagrs. 23.5 cm.
TG270.H818

House, Edward Mandell, 1858 - 1938.
The intimate papers of Colonel House arranged as a narrative by Charles Seymour. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1926-28.
fronts., 1 illus., plates, ports., map, facsims. 24.5 cm.
Library has vols. 1 and 2 of 4 vol. set.
E766.H85

Household, Horace West.
Fighting for sea power in the days of sail. London; Macmillan and co., limited. 1918.
x, 226 p. incl. front. (port.) illus. 17.5 cm.
DA70.H69

Houser, Martin Luther, 1871 - 1951.
Lincoln's education, and other essays. Louis A.R. Yates, editor. New York; Bookman Associates. 1957.
356 p. illus. 23 cm.
E457.2.H848

Howe, Frederic Clemson, 1867 - 1940.
The confessions of a reformer. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1925.
viii p., 352 p. front. (port.) 22.5 cm.
H59.H6A3

Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe, 1864 - 1960.
American bookmen; sketches, chiefly biographical, of certain writers of the nineteenth century. New York; Dodd, Mead and Co. 1898.
xvi, 295 p. illus., front., ports., plates, facsims.
PN511.H68x

Howe, Quincy, 1900 - .
A World history of our own times. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1949 - .
v. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm.
Library has vol. 1 only.
D421.H6

Howell, Willey, 1874 - 1940.
The Swiss army. Department of military art, the Army service schools. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Press of the Army service schools. 1916.
34 p. 20.5 cm.
"Lecture delivered to the Field officers' class, January 7, 1916, by Captain Willey Howell, 4th inf." - p.3
UA800.H6

Hu, P'u-yu.
A brief history of the Chinese National revolutionary forces. Translated by Wen Ha-hsiung. Revised by Yu Po-chuan and others. 2nd edition. Taipei; Chung Wu Pub. Co. 1973, 1971.
xiv, 22, 286 p. 15 maps. Photos.
UA837.H781973x

Hu, P'u-yu.
The military exploits and deeds of President Chiang Kai-shek. Translated by Chen Kuei-liang. Revised by Hsu Long-hsuen and others. 2nd edition. Taipei; Chung Wu Pub. Co. 1973, c.1971.
xvii, 279 p. 14 sketches.
DS778.C55H761973x

Hugh-Jones, Edward Maurice.
Woodrow Wilson and American liberalism. London; Published By Hodder & Stoughton for the English Universities Press. 1947.
xiv, 295 p. port., maps (on lining-papers) 18 cm. (Teach yourself history library)
E767.H86

Hughs, Charles Evans, 1862 - .
Address of Honorable Charles E. Hughes at the memorial service in honor of Theodore Roosevelt at the Republican club of the city of New York on Sunday, February the ninth, nineteen hundred and nineteen. New York; 1919.
26 p. 23.5 cm.
Cover-title: Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1919; memorial address of Honorable Charles E. Hughes.
E757.H9

Hughes, Emmet John, 1920 - .
America the vincible. A brief inquiry, written with much anxiety and some anger, dealing with matters of foreign policy, seeking probable sources of our peril and causes of our fear, as well as the suggestion of possible ways by which we might, while enduring the stern trial, hold hope, tempered by reason, to live in freedom more profound & peace less precarious. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1959.
306 p. 22 cm.
E813.H8

Hull, Cordell, 1871 - 1955.
The memoirs of Cordell Hull. New York; Macmillan Co. 1948.
2 v. (xii, 1804 p.) port. 22 cm.
Prepared with the assistance of Andrew Berding.
E748.H93A3

Hull, Isaac, 1773 - 1843, defendant.
Minutes of proceedings of the court of enquiry, into the official conduct of Capt. Isaac Hull, as commandant of the United States' Navy yard at Charlestown, in the state of Massachusetts, convened at the Navy-yard in Charlestown, on the 12th day of August, A.D. 1822. Printed by order of the Navy department, from the official record. Washington city; Davis and Force. 1822.
244, 64 p. 22.5 cm.
E353.1.H8H9

Hull, William, 1753 - 1825.
Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull. Delivered before the general court martial, of which Major General Dearborn was president, at Albany, March, 1814. With an Address to the citizens of the United States. Written by himself. Copied from the original manuscript and published by his authority. To which are prefixed, the changes against Brigadier General Hull, as specified by the government. Boston; Wells and Lilly, Court-street. 1814.
2 p. 1., iii - xivi, 215 p. 17.5 cm.
E353.1.H9H8

Hurwitz, Howard Lawrence.
Theodore Roosevelt and labor in New York State, 1880 - 1900. New York; AMS Press. 1968.
316 p. 23 cm. (studies in history, economics, and public law, no. 500)
Reprint of the 1943 edition.
HD8083.N7H81968

Husband, Joseph, 1885 - .
A year in the navy. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1919.
xi p., 180 p., 19 cm.
D589.U6H85

Hyman, Sidney.
The American President. New York; Harper. 1954.
342 p. 22 cm.
KF5051.H9

Hythe musketry course made easy. Containing instructions in care of arms, instruction in firing, instruction in aiming, judging distance and observation of fire, with questions & answers & useful hints. London; Gale & Polden. 1906.
112 p. illus. 12 cm. (Gale & Polden's military series)
UD390.H9551906x

Ickes, Harold Le Claire, 1874 - 1952.
The secret diary of Harold L. Ickes. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1953-54.
3 v. 23 cm.
12 p. insert in vol. 1: "A Reader's guide to people in The Secret diary of ..., The first thousand days .
. ."
E748.I28A36

Iglehart, Ferdinand Cowle, 1845 - 1922.
Theodore Roosevelt: the man as I knew him. New York; The Christian herald. 1919.
xii p., 23-442 p. front., plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
E757.I24

Infantry.
Fort Benning, Ga., 1922 -
illus., ports. 23-29 cm.
Library has vols. 1-24.
Issued by the United States Army Infantry School.
UD1.I56

Ingalls, James Monroe, 1837 - 1927.
Handbook of problems in exterior ballistics. 3rd edition. Adjutant General's office. Washington; G.P.O. 1901.
viii, 250 p. (Artillery circular N, series of 1893)
Bound with Course of Instruction for artillery gunners. Mathematics. By Arthur Murray. Washington, G.P.O. 1893.
UF7.U7H

Ingersoll, Lurton Dunham.
A history of the War department of the United States. With biographical sketches of the secretaries. Washington, D.C.; F.B. Mohun. Philadelphia; Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1880.
1 p. 1., vii-xv, 17-613 p. front., pl. 22 cm.
UB23.I471880

Inoguchi, Rikihei.
The divine wind; Japan's Kamikaze force in World War II. Annapolis, Md.; United States Naval Institute. 1958.
xxii, 240 p., illus., ports. 24 cm.
D792.J3I51958bx

International conciliation.
New York. 1907-.
19.5 cm. monthly.
Library has nos. 328, 334, 368, 396, 400, 421, 422.
JX1907.A8

Iorga, Nicolae, 1871 - .
A history of Roumania. Land, people, civilization. Translated from the 2nd enlarged edition by Joseph McCabe. London; T.F. Unwin ltd. 1925.
3 p. 1., ix-xii, 284 p. fold. Map. 22.5 cm.
DR217.I77

Irving, Washington, 1783 - 1859.
The Alhambra. Chicago and New York; Rand, McNally & co. 1851.
366 p.
PS2056.A11851bx

Irving, Washington, 1783 - 1859.
The works... New York; Collier. 1885.
3 v.
Vol. 1 has distinctive title: A life of Washington Irving by Richard Henry Stoddard.
PS2050.E85bx

Irwin, Wallace, 1876 - .
The Teddysee. Illustrated by M.L. Blumenthal. New York; B.W. Huebsch. 1910.
83 p. illus. 21.5 cm.
"The text and illustrations here printed first appeared in the Saturday evening post."
Autographed copy.
PS3517.R87T41910

Irwin, William Henry, 1873 - 1948.
"The next war"; an appeal to common sense. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1921.
5 p. 1., 161 p. front., plates, diagrs. 19.5 cm.
D523.I871921

Isely, Jeter Allen.
Horace Greeley and the Republican Party, 1853 - 1861, a study of the New York Tribune. Princeton; Princeton University Press. 1947.
Xiii, 368 p. plates, ports., facsims. 23 cm. (Princeton studies in history, v.3)
E415.9.G8I8

Izac, Edouard Victor Michel, 1891 - .
Prisoner of the U-90 ... being the personal narrative of the adventures of the only line officer of the United States navy to be captured in the great war. With an introduction by the Honorable Josephus Daniels. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin company. 1919.
vii, 1 p., 184, 2 p. front., port., double facsim. 18 cm.
D570.9.I9

Jackson-Babbitt, inc., New York.
The new crusade, including a report concerning prohibition and fifteen centuries of liquor legislation. Compiled by Jackson-Babbitt inc. and Leslie Gordon. Cleveland, O.; The Crusaders inc. 1932.
4 p. 1., vii-xxxix, 283 p. 23.5 cm.
HV5076.J3

James, Henry, 1879 - .
Richard Olney and his public service. With documents including unpublished diplomatic correspondence. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1923.
xi p., 335 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsim. 24.5 cm.
E664.O45J2

James, William, d. 1827.
A full and correct account of the military occurrences of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of America; with an appendix and plates. London; Printed for the author. 1818.
2 v. front., maps, plans. 22 cm.
E359.J29

James, William, d. 1827.
A full and correct account of the chief naval occurrences of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of America; preceded by a cursory examination of the American accounts of their naval actions fought previous to that period: to which is added an appendix; with plates. London; Printed for T. Egerton. 1817.
xv, 1, 528, ccxvi, 16 p. pl. 22 cm.
Enlarged from his Inquiry into the merits of the principal naval actions ...
E360.J28

James, William, d. 1827.
An inquiry into the merits of the principal naval actions, between Great-Britain and the United States; comprising an account of all British and American ships of war, reciprocally captured and destroyed since the 18th of June 1812. Halifax, N.S.; Printed for the author by A.H. Holland. 1816.
Vi, 102 p. 4 fold. Tab. 20.5 cm.
Enlarged and published under title: A full and correct account of the Chief naval occurrences.
E360.J27

Jane's fighting ships, 1898 - .
London; S. Low, Marston and company, limited. 1898-19.
v. illus. 19.5x31 cm.
Library has 1922 volume.
Edited by Maurice Prendigast with Oscar Parks.
VA40.F5

Jefferson, Thomas, Pres. U.S., 1743 - 1826.
A Jefferson profile as revealed in his letters. Selected and arranged with an introduction by Saul K. Padover. New York; J. Day Co. 1956.
xxiv, 359 p. 22 cm.
E332.J466

Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st earl, 1859 - 1935.
The crisis of the naval war, by Admiral of the fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa ... with 8 plates and 6 charts. New York; George H. Doran company. 1921.
Xii p., 331, 1 p. front., plates, fold. Maps (in pocket) 24.5 cm.
Printed in Great Britain.
D581.J361921

Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st earl, 1859 - 1935.
The grand fleet, 1914 - 1916; its creation, development and work, by Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa. New York; George H. Doran company. 1919.
xiv p., 510 p. front. (port.) plates, fold. plans, diagrs. 24.5 cm.
D581.J41919a

Johnston, John Butler, 1850 - 1902.
The theory and practice of surveying, designed for the use of surveyors and engineers generally, but especially for the use of students in engineering. 16th edition, revised and enlarged. 6th thousand. New York; J. Wiley & sons, London; Chapman & Hall, limited. 1905.
xxx, 838 p. illus., maps, fold, charts, tables. diagrs. 21 cm.
TA545.J671905x

Johnston, Edward Neele, 1876 - .
The Bull's-eye score book for the United States rifle, model of 1903. Conforming to small arms firing manual, 1913. By Major E.N. Johnston, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Eighth edition. Washington; Arms and the man. 1914.
40 p., 72 p. of targets. 12x18.5 cm.
UD333.J631914x

Johnston, Sir Harry Hamilton, 1858 - 1927.
The story of my life. Garden City, N.Y.; Garden City publishing co. 1923.
3 p. 1., 504 p. front., plates, ports. 24.5 cm.
DA17.J6A31923a

Johnston, Robert Matteson, 1867 - 1920.
Napoleon, a short biography. New York; Henry Holt. 1910.
xvi, 248 p., front., 9 maps.
DC203.J73

Johnston, William Davison.
T.R., champion of the strenuous life; a photographic biography of Theodore Roosevelt. New York; Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. 1958.
141 p. illus. 27 cm.
E757.J6

Jones, John Price, 1877 - .
The German secret service in America, by John Price Jones ... and Paul Merrick Hollister. Boston; Small, Maynard & company. 1918.
7 p. 1., 340 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 21 cm.
"Second printing, October, 1918."
D619.3.J64

Jones, Joseph Marion, 1908 - .
The fifteen weeks (February 21 - June 5, 1947). New York; Viking Press. 1955.
296 p. 22 cm.
E813.J6

Jones, Loyd Ancile, 1884 - .
Protective coloration as a means of defense against submarines. New York; the Submarine defense association. 1918.
"Confidential Report no. 287."
Issued with Bates, Lindell Theodore, 1890 - The science of low visibility and deception as an aid to the defense of vessels against attack by submarines.
p. 55-140 illus. 28 cm.
V215.B38x

Jones, William Safford, 1872 - .
The valor of righteousness; a tribute to a great American, Theodore Roosevelt. A sermon preached by the Reverend William Safford Jones in the Channing Memorial Church, Newport, Rhode Island, at a service of commemoration, January 12, 1919. n.p., n.d.
13 p. 19.5 cm.
E757.2.J666x

Josephson, Matthew, 1899 - .
Edison; a biography. New York; McGraw-Hill. 1959.
511 p. illus. 24 cm.
TK140.E3J75

Judson, Harry Pratt, 1849 - 1927.
The growth of the American nation. Meadville, Pa., New York; Flood and Vincent. 1895.
1 p. 1., xi, 12-359 p. front., illus., port., maps. 20 cm. (Chautauqua literary and scientific circle)
E178.1.J93

Kane, Joseph Nathan, 1899 - .
Facts about the Presidents; a compilation of biographical and historical data. New York; H.W. Wilson Co.. 1959.
x, 348 p. ports. 26 cm.
Supplement: President Kennedy and President Johnson. New York; H.W. Wilson Co.. 1964.
15 p. ports. 25 cm.
Autographed copy.
E176.1.K3

Kauffman, Reginald Wright, 1877 - .
Our navy at work; the Yankee fleet in French waters. Illustrated from photographs. Indianapolis; The Bobbs-Merrill company. 1918.
6 p. 1., 258 p., front., plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
Reprinted in part from various periodicals.
D589.U6K3

Kause, Selma.
Mahalo. Illustrated by Chuck Winter. Tucson, Ariz.; Rutz Press. 1965.
373 p. illus. 21 cm.
Autobiographical.
"Autographed copy # 667."
CT275.K39A3

Kellogg, Walter Guest, 1877 - 1956.
Parish's fancy. New York; The John Day company. 1929.
X, 293, 1 p. 21 cm.
PS3521.E395P3x

Kenneth Roberts, an American novelist. New York; Doubleday. 1938.
40 p. illus., map, p1., port. 20 cm.
PS3535.O176Z722x

Kieran, John, 1892 - , editor.
Treasury of great nature writing. Edited with comments and biographical notes. Garden City, N.Y.; Hanover House. 1957.
640 p. 22 cm.
PS509.N3K5

Kilbourne, Charles Evans, 1872 - .
Course of instruction for artillery gunners; the use of meteorological instruments. Revised by Edgar Russel ... prepared for publication at the request of ... Wallace F. Randolph... Adjutant General's Office. 1903. Washington; G.P.O.. 1903.
57 p.
Bound with Course of Instruction for artillery gunners. Mathematics. By Arthur Murray. Washington, G.P.O. 1893.
UF7.U7H

Kimmel, Stanley Preston.
Mr. Lincoln's Washington. New York; Coward-McCann. 1957.
224 p. illus., ports., maps, facsims. 29 cm.
E501.K5

King, Ernest Joseph, 1878 - .
Fleet Admiral King, a naval record by Ernest J. King and Walter Muir Whitehill. New York; W.W. Norton. 1952.
xv, 674 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm.
E182.K53

King, Ethel M.
Reflections of Reedy; a biography of William Marion Reedy of Reedy's Mirror. Brooklyn; G.J. Rickard. 1961.
144 p. illus. 23 cm.
PN4874.R36K5

Kinsley, Philip, 1880 - .
The Chicago tribune, its first hundred years. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1943 -.
v. front., pl., ports., facsims. 24 cm.
PN4899.C4T8

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865 - 1936.
"Captains courageous". Garden City, N.Y.; The Sun dial press, inc.. 1937.
viii, 2, 322 p. front., illus. 20 cm.
On jacket: Hampton court edition.
Autographed copy.
PR4854.C21937x

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865 - 1936.
The jungle book. New York; The Century Co., 1906. 1894.
303 p.
PR4854.J61906x

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865 - 1936.
Puck of Pook's hill. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham, A.R.W.S. New York; Doubleday, Page & company. 1906.
5 p. 1., 277 p. col. Front., 3 col. Pl. 21 cm.
PR4854.P81906x

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865 - 1936.
Under the Deodars, The Phantom ?rickshaw, Wee Willie Winkie. Garden City, N.Y.; Published by Doubleday, Page for Review of Reviews, 1912. 1899.
344 p.
On spine: "Authorized Edition"
PR4854.U31912x

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865 - 1936.
The years between. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1919.
xiii, 153, 1 p. 20.5 cm.
PR4854.Y41919

Kitchin, Frederick Harcourt, 1867 - .
The silent watchers; England's navy during the great war: what it is, and what we owe to it, by Bennet Copplestone, pseud. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1918.
ix, 342 p. illus. (maps) 19.5 cm.
London edition (J. Murray) has title: The Secret of the Navy.
D581.K73

Kittredge, Tracy Barrett.
Naval lessons of the great war, a review of the Senate naval investigation of the criticisms by Admiral Sims of the policies and methods of Josephus Daniels; with an introductory note by Rear- Admiral B.A. Fiske. Garden City, N.Y. and Toronto; Doubleday, Page & company. 1921.
xi, 2, 472 p. front. (port.) 21.5 cm.
D589.U6K6

Knox, Dudley Wright.
The eclipse of American sea power, by Capt. Dudley W. Knox. New York city; American army & navy journal, inc.. 1922.
x p., 140 p. fold. maps. 19.5 cm.
"Presents the American version of the Conference on the limitation of armament."- p.vi.
JX1974.5.K6

Koehler, Herman John.
Manual of gymnastic exercises. Prepared for use in service gymnasiums, by First Lieut. H.J. Koehler. Washington; Govt. print. Off.. 1904.
161 p. 14 cm.
War department. Document no. 235. Office of the Chief of Staff.
U323.K688x

Koenig, Louis William, 1916 - .
The invisible presidency. New York; Rinehart. 1960.
438 p. 24 cm.
E176.K6

Kornitzer, Bela.
The real Nixon, an intimate biography. New York; Rand McNally. 1960.
352 p. illus. 21cm.
E748.N5K6

Krafft, Herman Frederick, 1872 - .
Sea power in American history; the influence of the Navy and the merchant marine upon American development, by Herman F. Krafft and Walter B. Norris ... with an introduction by Rear-Admiral William S. Benson. New York; The Century co.. 1920.
xxii, 372 p. front., plates, ports., maps (1 fold) facsims., diagrs. 31 cm.
E182.K89

Kurtz, Stephen G.
The Presidency of John Adams; the collapse of Federalism, 1795-1800. Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania Press. 1957.
448 p. illus. 22 cm.
E321.K8

Lacombe, Paul, 1834 - 1919.
Arms and armour in antiquity and the middle ages: also a descriptive notice of modern weapons. Translated from the French of M.P Lacombe, and with a preface, notes, and one additional chapter on arms and armour in England, by Charles Boutell. London; Reeves and Turner. 1874.
xvi, 296 p. incl. front., illus., plates. 19.5 cm.
U800.L21874

La Farge, John, 1880 - .
The manner is ordinary. New York; Harcourt, Brace. 1954.
408 p. illus. 22 cm.
Autobiography.
BX4705.L237A3

Lancaster, Bruce, 1896 - 1963.
The American heritage book of the Revolution, by the editors of American heritage, the magazine of history. Editor in charge: Richard M. Ketchum. Narrative by Bruce Lancaster, with a chapter by J.H. Plumb. Introduction by Bruce Catton. New York; American Heritage Pub. Co., book trade distribution by Simon & Schuster. 1958.
384 p. illus. (part col.), ports. (part. col.), facsims. 29 cm.
E208.L23

Landis, Frederick, 1872 - 1934.
The angel of Lonesome hill; a story of a president. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1910.
2 p. 1., 40 p. front. 19 cm.
PS2199.L49x

Lane, Franklin Knight, 1864 - 1921.
The letters of Franklin K. Lane, personal and political. Edited by Anne Wintermute Lane and Louise Herrick Wall. London; Hurst & Blackett. c.1922.
xxiv p., 473 p. front., pl., ports. 23 cm.
E664.L23L2

Lansing, Robert, 1864 - 1928.
The peace negotiations, a personal narrative. Boston, New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1921.
vi p., 3-328 p. front., pl., ports., 2 facsim. 22 cm.
"The President's original draft of the covenant of the league of nations, laid before the American Commission on Jan. 10, 1919." p. 281-294.
D644.L3

Larrouy, Maurice, 1882 - .
The Odyssey of a torpedoed transport, by Y. Translated from the French by Grace Fallow Norton. New edition with introduction by William McFee. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1923.
xi, 1 p., 216, 2 p. 19 cm.
PQ2623.A67O331923

Larrouy, Maurice, 1882 - .
Vagabonds of the sea; the campaign of a French cruiser, by Rene Milan, pseud. Translated by Randolph Bourne. New York; E.P. Dutton & company. 1919.
4 p. 1., 248 p. 19.5 cm.
D584.W3L45

Larson, Arthur.
A Republican looks at his party. New York; Harper. 1956.
210 p. 22 cm.
E835.L3

Lea, Homer, 1876 - 1912.
The day of the Saxon. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1942.
4 p. 1., 31 p., 248, 1 p. maps. 21 cm.
"The valor of Homer Lea, by Clare Boothe": p.1-31.
DA18.L41942

Lea, Homer, 1876 - 1912.
The valor of ignorance. With specially prepared maps. New York and London; Harper & brothers.
1909.
xxii p., 343, 1 p. front. (port.) xi maps. 21.5 cm.
UA23.L4

Lea, Homer, 1876 - 1912.
The valor of ignorance. Introduction by Clare Boothe, with specially prepared maps. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1942.
xiix, 249 p. illus. (maps) 21.5 cm.
UA23.L41942a

Leary, John Joseph, 1874 - .
Talks with T.R., from the diaries of John J. Leary, jr. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1920.
Xiv p., 334 p., front., plates, ports., facsim. 22.5 cm.
E757.L42

Lee, Robert Edward, 1807 - 1870.
Lee's dispatches; unpublished letters of General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A., to Jefferson Davis and the War Department of the Confederate States of America, 1862-65. From the private collection of Wymberley Jones De Renne, of Wormsloe, Georgia. Edited with an introduction and notes by Douglas Southall Freeman. New edition. With additional dispatches and foreword by Grady McWhiney. New York; Putnam. 1957.
1xxi, 416 p. port., fold. Col. Map. 22 cm.
E470.L481957

Leighton, Etta Veronica, 1880 - , compiler.
Making Americans; responsive readings for teaching citizenship. Dansville, N.Y.; F.A. Owen publishing company. 1920.
3 p. 1., 9-121, 5 p. 18 cm.
JK1759.L5

Leupp, Francis Ellington, 1849 - 1918.
The man Roosevelt, a portrait sketch. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1904.
xvii, 341 p. front., plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
E757.L65

Lewis, Charles Lee, 1886 - .
Admiral de Grasse and American independence. Annapolis; United States naval institute. 1945.
Xviii, 404 p. front., illus. (plans) plates, ports. 22.5 cm.
E265.L45

Lewis, Charles Lee, 1886 - .
David Glasgow Farragut. Annapolis; United States naval institute. 1941-43.
2 v. fronts., illus. (facsim.) plates, ports., mao. 24 cm.
E467.1.F23L48

Life stories of American presidents, no. 1. Authorized editon. New York; Dell Publishing Co. 1957.
1 v. (unpaged) col. Illus. 26 cm.
Autographed copy.
E176.8.L55x

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
Abraham Lincoln: his speeches and writings, edited with critical and analytical notes by Roy P. Basler ... Preface by Carl Sandburg. Cleveland and New York; The World publishing company. 1946.
Xxx p., 843 p. front., ports. 24.5 cm.
E457.921946

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
Collected works. The Abraham Lincoln Association, Springfield, Illinois. Roy P. Basler, editor; Marion Dolores Pratt and Lloyd A. Dunlap, assistant editors. New Brunswick, N.J.; Rutgers University Press.
1953-55.
9 v. ports., facsims. 24 cm.
Library also has The History Book Club edition, 1953-55.
Library also has the Sesquicentennial edition, 1959.
E457.911953b

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
Created Equal? The complete Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858. Edited and with an introduction by Paul M. Angle. Chicago; University of Chicago Press. 1958.
Xxxiii, 421 p. ports., map (on lining papers) 24 cm.
E457.4.L77

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
The Lincoln encyclopedia; the spoken and written words of A. Lincoln arranged for ready reference; compiled and edited by Archer H. Shaw, with an introduction by David C. Mearns. New York; Macmillan. 1950.
Xii, 395 p. 26 cm.
E457.921950

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
Ten Lincoln letters. Springfield, Ill.; The State of Illinois. 1959.
24 p. facsims. 30 cm.
Introduction by Clyde C. Walton, Illinois State Historian.
This is one of 1500 copies, numbered and signed, and presented to the guests at The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Banquet by William G. Stratton, Governor.
E457.921959dx

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres. U.S., 1809 - 1865.
The wit and wisdom of Abraham Lincoln as reflected in his briefer letters and speeches. Edited by H. Jack Lang. Tower Books edition. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1941.
Xx, 265 p. facsims. 21 cm.
E457.921941bx

Lindstrom, Ralph Godfrey, 1891 - .
Lincoln finds God. New York; Longmans, Green. 1958.
120 p. 20 cm.
E457.2.L845

Lippmann, Walter, 1889 - .
The method of freedom. New York; The Macmillan company. 1934.
xiv p., 117 p. 19.5 cm.
The Godkin Lectures of Harvard university delivered in May, 1934.
HB199.L5

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850 - 1924.
Theodore Roosevelt. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1919.
2 p. 1., 3-45 p. front. 29 cm.
One of 500 copies, autographed by the author.
Originally published ... under title: Address of Senator Henry Cabot Lodge ... in honor of Theodore Roosevelt ... before the Congress of the United States ... February 9, 1919.
E757.L825

Lohbeck, Don.
Patrick J. Hurley. Chicago; H. Regnery Co.. 1956.
513 p. illus. 25 cm.
E748.H96L6

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
Adventure. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1911.
405 p.
PR3523.O46A71911x

London, Jack.
Before Adam. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1917.
182 p.
PR3523.O46B4x

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
Burning Daylight. New York; The Macmillan company. 1910. McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1910.
v p., 361 p. front., plates. 20 cm.
PR3523.O46B81910bx

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
The call of the wild. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1914.
15-211 p.
Bound with the author's The Scarlet plague.
PR3523.O46C31914bx

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
The iron heel. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1924.
354 p.
PS3523.O46I71924x

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
Moon-face, and other stories. New York, London; The Macmillan company. 1906.
V, 273 p. 19.5 cm.
PS3523.O46M61906

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
The scarlet plague. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1915.
11 - 181 p.
Bound with the author's The Call of the wild.
PR3523.O46C31914bx

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
The valley of the moon. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. 1916.
530 p.
PS3523.O46V31916bx

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
When God laughs. New York; McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. n.d.
319 p.
PS3523.O46W45

London, Jack, 1876 - 1916.
White fang. New York; McKinley, Stone & Mackenzie. 1906.
327 p.
PS3523.O46W51906bx

Long, John Davis, 1838 - 1915.
The new American Navy, by John D. Long, secretary of the Navy, 1897-1902; illustrated with drawings by Henry Reuterdahl and with photographs. New York; The Outlook company. 1903.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports., maps. 22.5 cm.
E727.L84

Longworth, Alice (Roosevelt) 1884 - .
Crowded hours, reminiscences of Alice Roosevelt Longworth. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons.
1933.
vi p., 355 p. incl. plates, facsims. ports. 22 cm.
E748.L87L8

Looker, Earle.
Colonel Roosevelt, private citizen. New York, London; Fleming H. Revell company. 1932.
6 p. 1., 11-222 p. front., ports., facsim. 21.5 cm.
E757.L86

Looker, Earle.
The White house gang. Illustrated by James Montgomery Flagg. New York, Chicago; Fleming H. Revell company. 1929.
244 p. front., plates, port., facsims. 21.5 cm.
E757.3.L6

Lorant, Stefan, 1901 - .
The life and times of Theodore Roosevelt. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1959.
640 p. illus., ports., facsims. 28 cm.
E757.L85

Lorant, Stefan, 1901 - .
Lincoln, a picture story of his life. New York; Harper. 1952.
256 p. illus., ports., facsims. 33 cm.
E457.6.L78

Lorant, Stefan, 1901 - .
The Presidency; a pictorial history of Presidential elections from Washington to Truman. New York; Macmillan. 1951.
775 p. illus., ports., facsims. 26 cm.
E183.L65

Lorenz, Lincoln, 1895 - .
John Paul Jones, fighter for freedom and glory. Annapolis, Md.; United States naval institute. 1943.
4 p. 1., vii-xxii, 846 p. front., illus. (incl. maps) plates, ports., facsims. 24.5 cm.
E207.J7L8

Lossing, Benson John, 1813 - 1891.
The pictorial field-book of the war of 1812; or, Illustrations, by pen and pencil, of the history, biography, scenery, relics, and traditions of the last war for American independence. New York; Harper & brothers. 1868.
3 p. 1., iii-xvi, 17-1084 p. col. Front., illus. (incl. ports., maps, plans, facsims.)
26 cm.
E354.L87

Lossing, Benson John.
Pictorial field book of the Revolution. Thane, E. The family quarrel.
E208.T4

Lowell, John, 1769 - 1840.
Mr. Madison's war. A dispassionate inquiry into the reasons alleged by Mr. Madison for declaring an offensive and ruinous war against Great-Britain. Together with some suggestions as to a peaceable and constitutional mode of averting that dreadful calamity. Boston; Russell & Cutler. 1812.
x, 3-63 p. 23 cm.
E357.6.L91

Lubell, Samuel.
Revolt of the moderates. New York; Harper. 1956.
308 p. illus. 22 cm.
E835.L8

Lynch, Denis Tilden.
Grover Cleveland, a man four-square. New York; H. Liveright, inc. 1932.
8 p. 1., 581 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24 cm.
E697.L96

Lyons, Eugene, 1898 - .
Our unknown ex-President, a portrait of Herbert Hoover. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1948.
340 p. ports. (on lining-papers) 21 cm. bib.
E802.L85

Macartney, Clarence Edward Noble, 1879 - .
Mr. Lincoln's admirals. New York; Funk & Wagnalls Co.. 1956.
xiii, 335 p. illus., ports., map. 22 cm. bib.
E467.M116

MacDonald, William, 1863 - .
Reconstruction in France. New York; The Macmillan company. 1922.
viii p., 1., 349 p. double map. 20.5 cm.
D659.F8M3

Maclay, Edgar Stanton, 1863 - 1919.
A history of the United States Navy from 1775 to 1901. New York; D. Appleton & company. 1901.
3 v. fronts., illus., plates, maps. 22.5 cm.
E182.M21

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Lessons of the war with Spain, and other articles. Boston; Little, Brown and company. 1899.
xvi p., 1., 320 p. 2 fold. Maps. 20 cm.
E727.M21

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Mahan on naval warfare; selections from the writings of Rear Admiral Alfred T. Mahan. Boston; Little, Brown and company. 1918.
xxiii, p., 1., 372 p. front. (port.) maps (part fold.) diagrs. 20.5 cm.
V17.M24

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Naval administration and warfare, some general principles, with other essays. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1908.
xiv, 409 p. fold. map. 20.5 cm.
V17.M25

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Sea power in its relations to the war of 1812. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1919.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports., maps (part fold.) plans. 23 cm.
E354.M22

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Some neglected aspects of war ... together with The power that makes for peace ... and The capture of private property at sea. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1907.
2 p. 1., vii-xxii p., 2., 3-193 p. 20 cm.
U21.M22

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
Types of naval officers drawn from the history of the British navy; with some account of the conditions of naval warfare at the beginning of the eighteenth century, and of its subsequent development during the sail period. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1901.
xiv p., 2., 500 p., 1. front., ports., plans. 22 cm.
DA87.1.A1M2

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
The influence of sea power upon history, 1660 - 1783. Boston; Little, Brown and company. 1918.
xxiv, 557 p. 21 pl., 4 maps (1 fold.) plans. 23 cm.
D27.M211918x

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
The influence of sea power upon the French revolution and empire, 1793-1812. Boston; Little, Brown and company. 1892.
2 v. maps (1 fold.) plans. 23 cm.
DC153.M216

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, 1840 - 1914.
The interest of America in sea power, present and future. Boston; Little, Brown and company. 1897.
vi p., 2., 314 p. 2 fold. Maps. 20 cm.
V17.M219

Malmquist, Orvin Nebeker.
The first 100 years; a history of the Salt Lake tribune, 1871-1971. Salt Lake City; Utah State Historical Society. 1971.
454 p. illus., ports. 24 cm. bib.
PN4899.S385T75

Mann, Franklin Weston, 1856 - 1916.
The bullet's fight from powder to target; the internal and external ballistics of small arms; a study of rifle shooting with the personal element excluded, disclosing the cause of the error at target; illustrated with one hundred and eighty-eight plates showing the results of over three hundred rifle experiments performed and chronologically arranged. New York; Munn & co.. 1909.
viii, 384 p. front. (port.) illus., diagrs. 25 cm.
UF820.M2

Mann, James, 1759 - 1832.
Medical sketches of the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14. To which are added, surgical cases; observations on military hospitals; and flying hospitals attached to a moving army. Also, an appendix, comprising a dissertation on dysentery ... and observations on the winter epidemic of 1815-16, denominated peripneumonia notha; as it appeared at Sharon and Rochester, state of Massachusetts. Dedham, Mass.; H. Mann and co.. 1816.
vii, v-x, 11-317, 1 p. 21.5 cm.
RD203.M2

Manning, William Thomas, bp., 1866 - 1949.
Theodore Roosevelt; an address delivered in Trinity Church, New York, ... at the memorial service held under the auspices of the American Defense Society, Sunday, February 9th, 1919.
6 p. 23.5 cm.
E757.2.M333x

Mansfield, Edward Deering, 1801 - 1880.
The life and military services of Lieut. General Winfield Scott, including his brilliant achievements in the War of 1812, in the Mexican War, and the pending war for the Union. With maps and engravings. New York; N.C. Miller. 1861.
xii, 13-560 p. illus., maps, plates, plans. 19 cm.
E403.1.S4M31861x

Massachusetts. Adjutant-general's office.
Records of the Massachusetts volunteer militia called out by the Governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the war of 1812-14. Boston; Wright & Potter printing co., state printers. 1913.
xv, 448 p. 31.5 cm.
E359.5.M3

Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives.
Documents respecting the resolutions of the legislature of Massachusetts, passed February 15, 1812 i.e, 1809; containing a Refutation of certain insinuations conveyed in the preamble to the Order of the Senate, dated June 25, 1812, against the Hon. Messrs. H.G. Otis and Timothy Bigelow, Esqrs. Boston; Published by order of House of Representatives. 1812.
14 p. 22 cm.
E336.5.M33x

Massachusetts. General court, 1812. House of Representatives.
Address of the House of Representatives to the people of Massachusetts. Boston; 1812.
14 p. 23 cm.
E357.6.M41

Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives.
Documents respecting the resolutions of the 2-15-1812 war.
E336.5.M33x

Massachusetts election! First Monday in April next.
American nomination. Major-General Henry Dearborn, for governor. Hon. William King, for lieut. Governor. Boston; the office of the Yankee. 1817.
24 p. 21.5 cm.
E302.6.D3M4

Matthews, Brander, 1852 - 1929.
The decision of the court; a comedy. New York; Harper & brothers. 1893.
4 p. 1., 11-60 p. front., 2 pl., port. 13.5 cm.
PS2372.D41893

Matthews, Franklin, 1858 - 1917.
Back to Hampton roads, cruise of the U.S. Atlantic fleet from San Francisco to Hampton Roads, July 7, 1908-February 22, 1909, supplementary to "With the battle fleet." New York; B.W. Huebsch. 1909.
xiv, 292 p. front., plates. 19.5 cm.
VA58.M28

Matthews, Franklin i.e. Albert Franklin, 1858 - 1917.
Our Navy in time of war (1861 - 1915). New York and London; D. Appleton and company. 1915.
xxi, 1, 287 p. col. Front., illus. (incl. ports., maps, plan) 18.5 cm.
E182.M43

Matthews, Franklin, 1858 - 1917.
With the battle fleet; cruise of the sixteen battleships of the United States Atlantic fleet from Hampton Roads to the Golden Gate, December, 1907-May, 1908. New York; B.W. Huebsch. 1908.
xi, 321 p. front., plates, port. 19.5 cm.
VA58.M3

Mattison, Ray H.
Ranching in the Dakota bad lands. Bismark; The State historical society of North Dakota. 1952.
78 p. 23 cm.
F655.M388x

Maurois, Andre, 1885 - .
Tragedy in France. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1940.
viii, 255 p. 21.5 cm.
D761.M32

Maver, William, jr.
Maver's wireless telegraphy: theory and practice. New York; Maver publishing company. 1904.
vi, 199, 6 p. illus., diagrs. 24 cm.
TK5742.M4

Maxim, Hudson, 1853 - 1927.
Defenseless America. New York; Hearst's international library co.. 1915.
xxiii p., 1., 318 p. front., plates, ports., maps, diagrs. 21 cm.
UA23.M341915

Maxwell, William Quentin.
Lincoln's fifth wheel: the political history of the United States Sanitary Commission. New York; Longmans, Green. 1956.
xii, 372 p. 22 cm. bib.
E631.M3

Mayne, Charles Blair, 1855 - 1914.
The infantry weapon and its use in war. London; Smith, Elder & co.. 1903.
3 p. 1., vii-xiv, 341 p. diagrs. (1 fold.) 20 cm.
UD390.M5

Mazo, Earl, 1919 - .
Richard Nixon; a political and personal portrait. New York; Harper. 1959.
309 p. 22 cm.
E748.N5M3

McAfee, Robert Breckinridge, 1784 - 1849.
History of the late war in the western country. Bowling Green, O.; Historical publications company. 1919.
2 p. 1., 3-591 p. illus. (maps) 24 cm.
E355.1.M125

McCaleb, Walter Flavius, 1873 - 1967.
Theodore Roosevelt. New York; A. & C. Boni. 1931.
Xii p., 2., 3-383 p. 22.5 cm. bib.
E757.M125

McCartney, Eugene Stock, 1883 - .
Warfare by land and sea. Boston, Mass.; Marshall Jones company. 1923.
xix, 206 p. front., plates. 19 cm. bib.
U29.M3

McClure, Alexander Kelly, 1828 - 1909.
The authentic life of William McKinley ... together with a life sketch of Theodore Roosevelt. Philadelphia. 1901.
1 p. 1., vii-xvi, 17-503, 1 p. incl. illus. (music) plates, ports. front., pl. 23.5 cm,
E711.6.M12

McCollum, Lee Charles.
History and rhymes of the lost battalion. Columbus, O.. 1928.
140 p. fold. Front., illus. (incl. ports.) 18 cm.
D526.2.M161928

McComsey, John Alfred, 1900 - .
The soldier and the law. Harrisburg, Pa.; The Military service publishing co.. 1943.
Xiii p., 1., 466 p. illus. 23 cm.
UB500.M21943

McCutcheon, John Tinney, 1870 - 1949.
Drawn from memory. Autobiography containing many of the author's famous cartoons and sketches. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1950.
460 p. illus., ports. 23 cm.
NC1429.M216

McKeldin, Theodore Roosevelt, 1900 - .
Washington bowed. Baltimore; Maryland Historical Society. 1956.
31 p. illus. 21 cm.
E312.25.M25

McKinley, Silas Bent, 1893 - .
Woodrow Wilson, a biography. New York; Praeger. 1957.
284 p. illus. 22 cm. bib.
E767.M14

Meeting in memory of Theodore Roosevelt, Philadelphia, 1919.
Proceedings of meeting in memory of Theodore Roosevelt, Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, Sunday, February 9th, 1919.
30 p. 23 cm.
E757.2.M434x

Mendershausen, Horst.
The economics of war. New York; Prentice-Hall, inc.. 1940.
xiv p., 1., 314 p. incl. tables. fold. diagr. 23.5 cm.
HB195.M4

Meredith, Roy, 1908 - .
The American wars; a pictorial history from Quebec to Korea, 1755-1953. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1955.
349 p. illus., ports., maps, facsims. 29 cm.
E181.M5

Meredith, Roy, 1908 - .
Storm over Sumter; the opening engagement of the Civil War. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1957.
214 p. illus., ports., map. 22 cm. bib.
E471.1.M4

Merlant, Joachim, 1875 - 1919.
Soldiers and sailors of France in the American war for independence (1776-1783). New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1920.
xvii, 213 p. front., pl., ports. 20.5 cm.
E265.M57

Meyers, Robert Cornelius V., 1858 - 1917.
Theodore Roosevelt, patriot and statesman. 1902.
5-510 p. incl. plates, ports. front. 24 cm.
E757.M621902bx

Middlebrook, Louis Frank, 1866 - .
Exploits of the Coonecticut ship "Defence". Commanded by Captain Samuel Smedley of Fairfield, Ct., revolutionary war. Hartford, Conn.. 1922.
33 p. illus., port. 23 cm.
E271.M6

Middlebrook, Louis Frank, 1866 - .
History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, 1775-1783. Salem, Mass.; The Essex institute. 1925.
2 v. fronts. (1 col., 1 fold.) plates, ports., maps, facsims. 23.5 cm.
F99.M63

Miers, Earl Schenck, 1910 - .
The American story; the age of exploration to the age of the atom. Great Neck, N.Y.; Channel Press. 1956.
352 p. illus., ports., maps, facsims. 25 cm.
E178.6.M57

Miers, Earl Schenck, 1910 - .
The Great Rebellion; the emergence of the American conscience. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1958.
369 p. 24 cm. bib.
E459.M5

Milhollen, Hirst Dillon, 1906 - .
Presidents on parade. New York; Mamillan Co.. 1948.
425 p. illus., ports. 29 cm.
E176.1.M63

The Military historian and economist. V. 1-3; Jan. 1916-July 1918. Cambridge, Mass.; Harvard university press. 1916-18.
3 v. illus., maps (part fold.) 23 cm.
U1.M45

Military order of the Carabao.
Historical sketch, constitution and register of the Military order of the Carabao together with songs that have been sung at "wallows" in various places. Washington, D.C.; Press of W.F. Roberts co.. 1914.
185 p. plates. 20 cm.
DS682.A1C3

Military order of the world war. New York chapter.
Roster ... 1938 - . v. 1. New York; Military order world war. 1938 - .
v. 23.5 cm.
D570.A15M55

Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877 - ed.
The photographic history of the Civil War. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1957.
10 v. in 5. illus., ports., maps. 28 cm.
E468.7.M641957

Miller, Kempster Blanchard, 1870 - 1933.
American telephone practice. New York; McGraw publishing company. 1905.
xvi, 888 p. illus., diagrs. 26.5 cm.
TK6161.M65

Millikan, Robert Andrews, 1868 - .
Elements of physics. Boston, New York; Ginn and company. 1927.
xiii, 509 p. incl. front., illus. plates (2 col.) ports., diagrs. 20 cm.
QC23.M6461927

Millis, Walter, 1899 - .
The martial spirit: a study of our war with Spain. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1931. Literary Guild. 1931.
xii p., 1., 427 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm.
E715.M76

Millis, Walter, 1899 - .
Road to war, America, 1914-1917. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1935.
ix p., 3., 3-466 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22 cm.
D619.M47

Modern eloquence founded by Thomas B. Reed. New York; Modern eloquence corp. 1923.
12 v. ports. 22 cm.
PN6121.M63

Monaghan, James, 1891 - .
... Lincoln bibliography, 1839-1939. Springfield, Ill.; Illinois state historical library. 1943 - 45.
2 v. x pl. on 5. 23 cm.
Z8505.M6

Monaghan, James, 1891 - .
The man who elected Lincoln. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1956.
334 p. illus. 23 cm. bib.
E415.9.R3M6

Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st viscount, 1887 - .
An approach to sanity; a study of East-West relations. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1960, 1959.
94 p. 22 cm.
D844.M631960

Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st viscount, 1887 - .
The memoirs of Field-Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. Cleveland; World Pub. Co.. 1958.
508 p. illus., facsims., plans, ports. 25 cm.
DA69.3.M56A3

Moore, Joseph Hampton, 1864 - .
Roosevelt and the Old guard. Philadelphia; Macrae Smith company. 1925.
300 p. front. (port.) plates. 22.5 cm.
E756.83.M66

Morgan, George, 1854 - .
The life of James Monroe. Boston; Small, Maynard and company. 1921.
xvi, 484 p. front., plates, ports. 21.5 cm.
E372.M84

Morgan, James, 1861 - .
Our Presidents; brief biographies of our chief magistrates from Washington to Eisenhower, 1789-
1958. New York; Macmillan. 1958.
470 p. illus. 21 cm.
E176.1.M841958

Morgan, James, 1861 - .
Theodore Roosevelt, the boy and the man. New York; The Macmillan company. 1919.
4 p. 1., vii-xi p., 1., 350 p. front., plates, ports. 19.5 cm.
E757.M842

Morgan, James Morris, b. 1845.
Recollections of a Rebel reefer. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1917.
xix p., 1., 491, 1 p. front., plates, ports. 22 cm.
E596.M84

Morison, Elting Elmore.
Admiral Sims and the modern American navy. Boston; Houghton Mifflin company. 1942.
xiv, 1, 547, 1 p. plates, ports. 23.5 cm. bib.
E748.S52M6

Morris, Charles, 1833 - 1922.
Heroes of the navy in America. Philadelphia and London; J.B. Lippincott company. 1919.
3 p. 1., 9-347 p. front., plates, port. 19 cm.
E182.M876

Morris, Charles, 1833 - 1922.
The marvelous career of Theodore Roosevelt, including what he has done and stands for; his early life and public services; the story of his African trip; his memorable journey through Europe; and his enthusiastic welcome home. Philadelphia; The John C. Winston co.. 1910.
1 p. 1., xi-xvi, 17-390 p. front., illus., plates, ports., map. 24 cm.
E757.M881910ax

Moss, James Alfred, 1872 - .
Officers' manual. Menasha, Wis.; George Banta publishing company. 1941.
4 p. 1., vii-xviii, 384 p. 19 cm.
U133.M741941

Motley, John Lothrop, 1814 - 1877.
The correspondence of John Lothrop Motley. New York; Harper & brothers. 1889.
2 v. front. (port.) 26.5 cm.
PS2436.A3

Motley, John Lothrop, 1814 - 1877.
The rise of the Dutch republic. A history. New York; Harper & brothers. 1856.
3 v. 23 cm.
DH186.5.M71856

Mott, Thomas Bentley, 1865 - .
Myron T. Herrick, friend of France; an autobiographical biography. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Doran & company, inc.. 1929.
x p., 3., 399 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 25 cm.
E748.H45M92

Mowbray, Jay Henry.
Roosevelt's marvelous exploits in the wilds of Africa, containing thrilling accounts of his killing lions, rhinoceri and other ferocious beasts of the jungle. Philadelphia. 1909.
1 p. 1., 19-256 p. col. Front., illus., plates (1 col.) ports. 25 cm.
SK255.B8M8

Mowry, George Edwin, 1909 - .
The era of Theodore Roosevelt, 1900-1912. New York; Harper. 1958.
330 p. illus. 22 cm. bib.
E756.M85

Mowry, George Edwin, 1909 - .
Theodore Roosevelt and the progressive movement. Madison; The University of Wisconsin press. 1946.
viii p., 2., 405 p. front., illus., ports. 23 cm.
E757.M9

Muldoon, William H.
Mark Hanna's "moral cranks" and-others. A study of today. Brooklyn, N.Y.; G.F. Spinney company. 1900.
vii, 2, ix-xvi, 316 p. incl. front. (port.) 19 cm.
HX86.M85

Munroe, Kirk, 1850 - 1930.
"Forward march"; a tale of the Spanish-American war. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1899.
vi p., 1., 254 p. front., 19 pl. 19 cm.
PS2449.M47F6x

Murray, Arthur, 1851 - 1925.
... Course of instruction for artillery gunners. Mathematics. Adjutant general's office. 1893. Washington; Govt. print. off.. 1893.
93, 89 p. 25 cm.
UF7.U7H

Muzzey, David Saville, 1870 - .
History of the American people. Boston, New York; Ginn and company. 1929.
viii, 732, x1v p. col. Front., illus., pl., ports., maps, facsims. 20.5 cm.
E178.1.M9931929x

Muzzey, David Saville, 1870 - .
The United States of America. Boston, New York; Ginn and company. 1922-24.
2 v. maps. 21.5 cm.
E178.M99

N.W. Ayer & Son's directory, Newspapers and Periodicals, 1955 (continuing American newspaper annual and directory). R. Bruce Jones, Editor. Philadelphia. 1955
x, 1521 p., col. maps., tables. 25 cm
Z6951 .A97 1955

Nation Cartoonist Society
President Eisenhower's cartoon book, by 95 of America's leading cartoonists, members of the National Cartoonists Society. Foreword by George M. Humphrey. New York; Published in conjunction with United States savings bonds program by F. Fell. 1956
unpaged. Illus. 24 cm
E836.N35

National Republican club, inc.
Adresses delivered at the Lincoln dinners of the Republican club of the city of New York in response to the toast Abraham Lincoln, 1887-1909. New York; Priv. print for the Republican club of the city of New York. 1909.
4p. 1., 7-358p. front. (port.) 24.5cm
"This edition is limited to five hundred copies, of which this copy is Number 286." Signed by "Charles H. Young, President."
E457.8.N28

National society of United States daughters of 1812
Catalog of books on naval history and the war of 1812 in the Roosevelt Memorial library...
1920-1929. Washington, National Society, U.S. D. of 1812.
17p. 16cm
Z881.N4848x

News-letter, Washington.
Library has v. 3 only, 1919-1923.
Issues 1-12 with a program and reports.
illus. 24 cm.
E.351.6.A33x

Naval history society, New York. Barnes memorial library.
Catalogue of the books, manuscripts and prints and other memorabilia in the John S. Barnes memorial library of the Naval history society. New York; Naval history society. 1915.
4 p. l., 877 p. 24cm
"Nos. 537 and 573 of eight hundred copies, printed for the society only."
Z6835.U5N2

Naval ordnance; a text-book prepared for the use of the midshipmen of the United States naval academy, by officers of the United States navy. Annapolis, Md.; The United States naval institute. 1921.
xi, 631 p. illus., fold. Plates (1 col.) diagrs. (part fold.) 24cm
VF145.U51921

The navy in the civil war. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1883.
3 v. illus., maps (partly fold.) 19cm
E591.N32

Neeser, Robert Wilden, 1884 -
Our many-sided Navy. New Haven; Yale university press. 1914.
xiv p., 220p. front., plates, fold. Map. 24.5cm
VA58.N54

Neeser, Robert Wilden, 1884.
Our navy the next war. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1915.
x, 205 p. 19.5cm
VA55.N3

Neeser, Robert Wilden, 1884.
Ship Names of the United States Navy; their meaning and origin. New York; Moffat, Yard and company. 1921.
261, viii p. 19.5cm
VA61.N4

Neeser, Robert Wilden, 1884.
Statistical and chronological history of the United States Navy, 1775-1907. New York; The Macmillan company. 1909.
2 v. 35x30cm
E182.N38

Nevins, Allan 1890.
Grover Cleveland; a study in courage. New York; Dodd, Mead & company. 1932.
xiii p., 832 p., front., plates, ports., 24 cm.
E697.N46

New York (city) Union League Club.
Theodore Roosevelt, memorial and resolutions offered by William D. Murphy, seconded by Rev. Charles A Eaton, DD., at the annual meetiner of the Union League Club, January 9, 1919. n.p, n.d.
7 p. 24cm
Autographed copy.
E757.2.N444X

New York (State) Board of trustees of the Roosevelt memorial
The New York state Theodore Roosevelt memorial, dedicated January nineteen, nineteen thirty-six. Prepared under the direction of the board of trustees by George N. Pindar, secretary. Albany; J. B. Lyon company, printers. 1936
16, 6, 17-53, 1 p. front. (port.), plates. 26 cm.
F128.64.N4N4

New York (State) Governor, 1807-1817 (Daniel d. Tompkins)
Public papers of Daniel D. Tompkins, governor of New York, 1807-1817. Military-vol I-III. With an introduction by Hugh Hastings, state historian. Published by the state of New York. New York and Albany; Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford co., state printers. 1898-1902.
3 v. fronts., plates, ports., plans. 23 cm.
Running title: Annual report of the state historian.
E359.5.N6N52

New York (State) Governor, 1899-1901 (Theodore Roosevelt)
Public papers of Theodore Roosevelt, governor, 1900. Albany, N.Y.; Brandow printing company. 1900.
288 p.
J87.N717 1900

New York (State) legislature.
A memorial of Theodore Roosevelt. Authorized by the Legislature February twenty-first, nineteen hundred nineteen. Albany; J. B. Lyon company, printers. 1919
131 p. front. (port) 26cm
E757.N55

New York (State) Legislature. Joint committee investigating seditious activities.
Revolutionary radicalism: its history, purpose and tactics with an exposition and discussion of the steps being taken and required to curb it, being the report of the Joint legislative committee investigating seditious activities, filed April 24, 1920, in the Senate of the state of New York. Albany; J. B. Lyons company, printers. 1920.
4 v. front., illus., plates, ports., maps, fold. Charts (2 in pocket, vol. III) fascism, tables, forms. 23cm
HV6285.N4

New York (State) Perry's victory centennial commission.
The Perry's victory centenary. Report of the Perry's victory centennial commission, state of New York. Compiled by George D. Emerson, secretary. Albany; J. B. Lyon company printers. 1916
ix, 309 p. front., plates, ports., map, facsims., diagr., 27cm.
Inscribed by George D. Emerson, in July 1921.
E356.E6N6

New York (State) Plattsburgh centenary commission.
The battle of Plattsburgh, what historians say about it... Albany, N.Y.; J. B. Lyon company printers. 1914.
7-77 p., illus., 23 cm.
"The centennial ... is to be celebrated at Plattsburgh ... September 6 to 11, 1914."
E356.P7N

New York (State) Plattsburgh centenary commission.
Dedication of the Thomas Macdonough memorial, Plattsburgh centenary commission, August eighteenth, nineteen twenty-six, Plattsburgh, New York, Including a suggested drive to the historic places of interest shown on Major De Russey's sketch of the Battle of Plattsburgh, by Mrs. George Fuller Tuttle. Albany, N.Y.; J. B. Lyon company, printers. 1926.
24 p. illus. 23cm
E356.P7N5621926bx

New York (State) Plattsburgh centenary commission.
Official program of the Plattsburgh celebration, at Plattsburgh, NY, on Lake Champlain, September 6 to 11, 1914. In grateful recognition of a successful defense of our country and the beginning of a century or peace. Albany; J.B. Lyon company, printers. 1914
80 p. incl. front., illus., ports. 25 cm.
At head of title: 1814-1914
E356.P7N562bx

New York. Public Library.
A selected list of works in the library relating to naval history, naval administration, etc. New York. 1904
145 p. 26cm
Z6836.N66

New York historical society.
Collections of the New York historical society...1868- The John Watts De Peyster fund series. v.1 - New York; printed for the Society. 1868-
v. fold., front., plates, ports., maps, plans, facsims, 25cm
Library has 1868 volume only.
F116.N63

Newbolt, Sir Henry John, 1862-1938.
A naval history of the war, 1914-1918. London; Hodder and Stoughton limited. 1920.
xi 350 p., maps (part. fold.), fold., plan. 23cm
D580.N

Newbolt, sir Henry John, 1862.
Submarine and anti-submarine. With a coloured frontspiece and 20 full-page illustrations by Norman Wilkinson, R. I. New York, London; Longmans, Green and co. 1919.
viii, 312 p. incl. col. Front., illus., plates. 20cm
D590.N451919

Newton, Joseph Fort, 1876.
The builders; a story and study of masonry. Cedar Rapids, Ia.; The Torch Press. 1915.
xiii p., 5-317 p. 20.5cm
Published December 1914.
HS405.N4

Niles, John Milton, 1787-1856.
The life of Oliver Hazard Perry. With an appendix, comprising a biographical memoir of the late Captain James Lawrence: with brief sketches of the most prominent events in the lives of Commodores Bainbridge, Decatur, Porter and Macdonough... A list of the officers of the navy... To which is added, a biography of General Harrison. 2nd edition, enlarged and improved. Hartford; O.D. Cooke. 1821.
xii, 13-384 p., front., fold., pl., ports. 19cm.
E353.1.P4N6

Nobelstifletsen, Stockholm.
Roosevelt, T., Pres. U.S. International peace, an address by Theodore Roosevelt before the Nobel Prize Committee at Christiania, Norway, May 5, 1910. n.p, n.d.
Pre-publication "Confidential issue. No. 103.
JX1963.R731910bx

Nourse, Joesph Everett, 1819-1889.
The maritime canal of Suez, from its inauguration, November 17, 1869 to the year 1884. Prepared under orders of the Bureau of navigation, Navy department. Washington; Govt. print . off. 1884.
164 p. illus., plates, port., maps, plans. 23cm
TC791.N935

O'Brien, Frank Michael, 1875.
The story of the Sun, New York: 1833-1928. With an introduction by Edward Page Mitchell. New Edition. New York, London; D. Appleton and company. 1928.
xviii p., 305p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 21cm
PN4899.N42S81928

O'Conner, Thomas 1770-1855.
An impartial and correct history of the war between the United States of America and Great Britain; declared by a law of Congress, June 18, 1812, and concluded by a ratification and exchange of a treaty of peace, at the city of Washington, Feb. 17, 1815. Comprising a particular detail of the naval and military operations, and a faithful record of the events produced during the contest. 2nd edition, revised and corrected. Carefully compiled from official documents. New-York; J. Low. 1815.
312p. front. 18.5cm
E354.O19

The Officer's guide; a ready reference on customs and correct procedures which pertain to commissioned officers of the Army of the United States. 1st edition - June 1930 - . Harrisburg; Military Service Pub. Co.
v. illus. (part col.) maps. 25cm. irregular.
Library has 1942 only.
U133.A6O3

O'Gara, Gordon Carpenter, 1920.
Theodore Roosevelt and the rise of the modern navy. Princeton; Princeton university press. 1943.
3p. l., ix-x p., 3-138 p. incl. illus., tables, diagr., 22cm
E182.O34

Oliver, Lawrence J.
Brandey Matthews, Theodore Roosevelt, and the politics of American Literature, 1880- 1920. Knoxville, Tennessee; university of Tennessee Press. 1992.
PS 2373.0431992

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 1857-1935.
Impressions of great naturalists; reminiscences of Darwin, Huxley, Balfour, Cope and others. Illustrated with portraits. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1924.
xxviii p., 3-216 p. ports. 21.5cm.
Autographed copy.
QH26.O7

Paine, Ralph Delahaye, 1871-1925
The Corsair in the war zone. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1920.
xiii, 1 p., 302, 2 p. front., plates, ports., double map. 23cm
D589.U7C6

Paine, Ralph Delahaye, 1871-1925
The fighting fleets; five months of active service with the American destroyers and their allies in the war zone. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1918.
xvii, 1 p., 392, 2 p., front., plates, ports., facsims. 21.5cm
D589.U6P3

Palmer, Frederick, 1873-
My year of the great war. New York; Dodd, Mead & Company. 1915.
vii p., 464p. 20.5cm
D640.P3 1915

Palmer, Frederick 1873-
This man Landon; the record and career of Governor Alfred M. Landon of Kansas. New York; Dodd, Mead & company. 1936.
vi, 245p. front., (port.) 19.5cm
F686.L27

Parker, James b. 1832
Rear-Admirals Schley, Sampson and Cervera; a review of the naval campaign of 1898, in pursuit and destruction of the Spanish fleet commanded by Rear-Admiral Pascual Cervera. New York and Washington; the Neale publishing company. 1910.
333p. front., ports., v diagr. 23cm
E727.P25

Parsons, William Barclay, 1859-1932.
Robert Fulton and the submarine. New York; Columbia university press. 1922.
xiii, 154p. front. (port.) plates, facsims. 24.5cm
VM365.P3

Partridge, Bellamy 1877-
The Roosevelt family in America. New York; Hillman-Curl, Inc. 1936.
xvi, 19-325p. 25cm
E757.3.P33x

Paullin, Charles Oscar, 1868 or 9-1944
Commodore John Rodgers, captain, commodore, and senior officer of the American Navy, 1773-1838; a biography. Cleveland, O.; The Arthur H. Clark company. 1910.
434 p. incl. plates, ports., facsims. front. 24.5cm
E353.1.R7P28

Paullin, Charles Oscar, 1868 or 9-1944.
Diplomatic negotiations of American naval officers, 1778-1883. Baltimore; The Johns Hopkins press. 1912.
380 p. 20.5cm (The Albert Shaw lectures on diplomatic history, 1911)
JX1407.P3

Pearson, Edmund Lester, 1880-1937
Theodore Roosevelt. New York; The Macmillan company. 1920.
5 p. l., 159p., front., ports. 19.5cm (Half-title: True stories of great Americans)
E757.P34

Peck, Charles Henry.
The Jacksonian epoch. New York and London; Harper and brothers. 1899.
viii p., 472p. 21.5cm
E301.P36

Peckham, Howard Henry, 1910-
William Henry Harrison, young Tippecanoe; illustrated by Paul Laune. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1951.
190p., illus. 20cm (The childhood of famous Americans series)
E392.P33

Peirce, Clyde
Roosevelt Panama libel cases. New York; Greenwich book publishers. 1959.
E756.P4

Pepper, George Wharton, 1867-
Philadelphia Lawyer, an autobiography. Philadelphia and New York; J.B. Lippincott company. 1944.
407p., front., illus., plates, ports. 22cm
E748.P46A3

Perkins, Dexter 1889-
The new age of Franklin Roosevelt, 1932-1945. Chicago; University of Chicago Press. 1957.
193p. 21cm (Thy Chicago history of American civilization)
E806.P465

Perkins, Samuel, 1767-1850.
A history of the political and military events of the late war between the United States and Great Britain. New Haven; S.Converse. 1825.
xi, 8-512p. 22.5cm
E354.P45

Perry, Bliss, 1860-1954.
Richard Henry Dana, 1851-1931. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1933.
vi p., 265p. front., ports. 24cm
CT275.D225P4

Perry, Lawrence, 1875-
Our navy in the war. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1918.
x p., 279p. front., plates, 6 port. On 1 pl. 19.5cm
D589.U6P4

Peterson, Charles Jacobs, 1819-1887.
Cruising in the last war. Philadelphia; T.B. Peterson and brothers. 1850.
228p.
"Originally appeared in ?Graham's magazine' in the years 1839 and '40."
Bound with: Opera dancer, by George William MacArthur. Philadelphia. n.d.
PR5221.R35O7x

Peterson, Houston, 1897- , editor.
A treasury of the world's great speeches, each speech prefaced with its dramatic and biographical setting and placed in its full historical perspective. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1954.
856p. 24cm
PN6121.P4

Philadelphia. Committee of defence, 1814-1815.
Minutes of the committee of defence of Philadelphia. 1814-1815. Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott & co., for the Historical society of Pennsylvania. 1867.
v,7-428p. 25cm. (Memoirs of the historical society of Pennsylvania. Vol. vIII)
E359.P54

Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, the story of the inquirer 1829 to the present. Philadelphia; Triangle Publications. 1956.
29p. illus., facsims. 28cm.
PN4899.P5P5x

The Philippines: The first civil governor, by Theodore Roosevelt; Civil government in the
Philippines, by William H. Taft. New York; The Outlook company. 1902.
142p. front. (port.) 21.5cm
DS685.P57

Pickering, James Newell, 1872-
Musketry training, by Captain J.N. Pickering. June, 1912. Monterey; Weybret-Lee co. 1912.
176p. 14.5cm
UD330.P5 1912ax

Platt, Thomas Collier, 1833 - 1910.
The autobiography of Thomas Collier Platt, with twenty portraits in sepia. Photogravure, compiled and edited by Louis J. Lang, with addenda. New York; B.W. Dodge & company. 1910.
xxiii, 556 p. incl. front., illus., ports. 24.5 cm.
"Special limited edition of one thousand copies." This copy is No. 799.
E664.P72P7

Poincare, Henri, 1854-1912.
Maxwell's theory and wireless telegraphy. New York; McGraw Publishing company. 1904.
225p. 22cm.
QC661.P65x

Polk, James Knox, Pres. U.S., 1795-1849.
Polk; the diary of a president, 1845-1849, covering the Mexican War, the acquisition of Oregon, and the conquest of California and the Southwest, edited by Allan Nevins. London, New York; Longmans, Green. 1952.
xxxiv, 412, 1p. 24cm
"A selection from ?the diary of James K. Polk during his Presidency, 1845-1849; edited and annotated by Milo Milton Quaife."
E416.P77 1952

Porter, David Dixon, 1813 -1891.
Memoir of Commodore David Porter, of the United States navy. With portrait and heliotypes. Albany, N.Y.; J. Munsell. 1875.
ix, 1 p., 427p. front. (port.) 25pl. 23cm
Autographed copy.
E353.1.P7P8

Powell, William Henry, 1838-1901.
The army officer's examiner. Containing questions and answers on all subjects prescribed for an officer's examination; together with rules to guide boards of examination. By Col. Wm. H. Powell... 3rd edition, revised to date. New York; J. Wiley & sons. 1901.
xxviii, 625p. illus. 18.5cm
U133.P89

Princeton University. Class of 1913.
The 1913 bull/published occasionally by those who are unable to pass the buck to anybody else. New York: s.n., 1918.
23p. ill. 26cm (v. VI, sheet 1; October, 1918)
"1913 War roster and news bulletin" information sheet inserted.
LD4604 1913kx

Pringle, Henry Fowles, 1897-
Theodore Roosevelt, a biography. New York; Harcourt, Brace and company. 1931.
x p., 3-627p. front., plates, ports.
E757.P96

Pusey, Merlo John, 1902-
Eisenhower, the President. New York; Macmillan. 1956.
300p 22cm
E835.P8

Putnam, Carlton, 1901.
Theodore Roosevelt, a biography. New York; Scribner. 1958 -
v. illus., ports., maps. 24cm
Roosevelt collection has v.1 only.
E757.P968

The R.O.T.C. manual. Infantry. A textbook for the Reserve officers training corps.
Washington; National service pub. co. 1933.
4v. in 2. illus., diagrs. 24cm.
Preface signed: J.B. Sweet, editor.
U133.R2 1933x

The R.O.T.C. manual. Infantry. A text book for the Reserve officers' training corps.
Harrisburg, PA.; Military Service Pub Co. 1940-1941.
4v. in 2. illus., plates (1 fold. col.) maps (part fold.) tables, forms, diagrs. 24.5cm
U133.R21940

Raeder, Erich, 1876-1960.
My life; translated from the German by Henry W. Drexel. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1960.
430p. illus. 24cm
DD231.R17A313

Rainsford, William Stephen, 1850-1933.
A preacher's story of his work. New York; The Outlook company. 1904.
x, 244,1p. front. (port.) 19.5cm
BX5995.R3A3

Randall, James Garfield, 1881-
Lincoln, the liberal statesman. London; Eyre & Spottiswoode. n.d.
xv, 266p. plates, ports. 24cm
E457.4.R24

Ray, William, 1771-1827.
The American tars in Tripolitan slavery; containing an account of the loss and capture of the United States frigate Philadelphia; treatment and sufferings of the prisoners; description of The place; manners, customs, &c., of the Tripolitans; public transactions of the Unite States with that regency, including Gen. Eaton's expedition, interspersed with interesting remarks, anecdotes, and poetry, on various subjects, written during upwards of the nineteen months' imprisonment and vassalage among the Turks. Troy: printed by Oliver Lyon for the author, 1808. Reprinted by The Magazine of history with notes and queries. Extra number 14. New York; reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1911.
295p. 26.5cm
Originally published under title: Horrors of slavery; or, The American tars in Tripoli.
E173.M24v.14

Reber, Samuel, 1864-
Manual of photography, prepared under the supervision of Brig. Gen. A.W. Greeley, chief signal officer, for the use of the U.S. Army, by Samual Reber, Signal Corps, U.S. Army. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1896.
112p. illus., plates, diagrs. 18.5cm.
TR146.R4

Reck, Franklin Mering, 1896-
The 4-H story; a history of 4-H club work. Ames; Iowa State College Press. 1957.
x, 310 p., illus., ports. 24 cm.
Originally published: Chicago; National Committee on Boys and Girls Week. 1951.
HS3313.F62R4

Redway, Maurine Whorton.
Marks of Lincoln on our land by Maurine Whorton Redway and Dorothy Kendall Bracken. New York; Hastings House. 1957.
121p. illus. 26cm.
E457.64.R4

Reisner, Christian Fichthorne, 1872-1940.
Rooselvelt's religion. New York, Cincinnati; The Abingdon Press. 1922.
385p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 20cm.
E757.R36

Reuter, Bertha Ann, 1886-
Anglo-American relations during the Spanish-American war. New York; The Macmillan company. 1924.
viii p., 208p. 19cm
Thesis (PH. D) - University of Iowa, 1923.
E723.R442

Reynolds, George William MacArthur, 1814-1879.
The opera dance; or, Mysteries of London life. Philadelphia; T.B. Peterson and brothers. n.d. 422p.
Bound with: Cruising in the last war by Charles Jacobs Peterson. Philadelphia. 1850. / The adventures of a Marquis by Alexandre Dumas. Philadelphia. n.d.
PR5221.R35O7

Reynolds, Joesph, d. 1872.
Peter Gott, the Cape Ann fisherman. Boston; J.P. Jewett & company / New York; Sheldon, Blakeman and company. 1856.
xii, 13-280p. front. 19cm
PS2698.R25P4x

Rhodes, James Ford, 1848-1927.
The McKinley and Roosevelt administrations, 1897-1909. New York; The Macmillan company. 1922.
x p., 418p. ports. 23cm
E711.R47

Rickenbacker, Edward Vernon, 1890-
Seven came through; Rickebacker's full story, by Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker, with an introduction by W.L. White. Garden City, New York; Doubleday, Doran and company, inc. 1943.
x, 118p., plates, ports. 20.5cm
D790.R5

Riis, Jacob August, 1849-1914.
Theodore Roosevelt the citizen. New York; The Macmillan company. 1904.
471p.
E757.R571904bx

Riis, Jacob August, 1849-1914.
Theodore Roosevelt, the citizen. New York; The outlook company. 1904.
vii, 471, 1p. incl. front. plates, ports. 23cm
E757.R57

Roberts, Kenneth Lewis, 1885-1957.
The Battle of Cowpens: the great morale-builder. Garden City, N.Y; Doubleday. 1958, c.1957.
111p. illus. 22cm
E241.C9R619

Roberts, Kenneth Lewis, 1885- , editor.
March to Quebec; journals of the members of Arnold's expedition, compiled and annotated by Kenneth Roberts, during the writing of Arundel. New York; Doubleday, Doran & company, inc. 1940.
xiv 722p., front. (port.) 2 maps (1 double) 20.5cm
"Published, Sept. 9, 1938 ... Reprinted with addition of Pierce Journal, June 6, 1940."
"Third edition."
E231.R63 1940

Robertson, Mrs. Lexie Dean.
Red heels. Dallas, Tex.; P.L. Turner company. 1928.
xi, 108p. 20cm
Poems
Autographed copy
PS3535.O1799R41928

Robison, Corinne (Roosevelt) 1861-1933.
My brother, Theodore Roosevelt. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1921.
viii p., 365p. front. illus. (facsims.) plates. ports. 21cm
Library has 1st and 2nd printings.
E757.R65

Robinson, Mrs. Corinne (Roosevelt) 1861-
The poems of Corinne Roosevelt Robinson. New York; C.Scribner's sons.1921.
xiv p., 3-280p. 19cm
PS3535.O235A171921

Robinson, Edgar Eugene, 1887-
The Roosevelt leadership, 1933-1945. Philadelphia; Lippincott. 1955
491p. 22cm
E806.R722

Robinson, Richard Hallett Meredith, 1875-
Naval construction; prepared for the use of the midshipmen of the United States Naval academy. 4th edition. Annapolis, Md.; The United States naval institute. 1917.
vi p., 403p. illus., plates (part fold.) diagrs. (part fold.) 24cm
VM145.R72 1917

Robinson, William Callyhan, 1834-1911.
Elementary law. New edition, revised and enlarged, with references to nearly five thousand prescribed collateral readings from more than two hundred standard treatises on all departments of the common law. Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1910.
xiiv, 762p. 23cm
KF386.R63 1910x

Robinson, Samuel Shelburne, 1867-
Manual of wireless telegraphy for the use of naval electricians. By Lieutenant-Commander S.S. Robinson, U.S. navy. Washington; Gov't print. Off. 1906.
144p. fold. plates, fold. diagrs. 23.5cm
TK5741.R7 1906

Rogers, Cameron, 1900-
The legend of Calvin Coolidge. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Doran & company, inc. 1928.
4p. l., 179p. 19cm
E792.R72

Rogers, Cleveland, 1885 -
The Roosevelt program. New York; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1933.
6p.l., 3-275. 19.5cm
HC106.3.R57

Roosevelt, Edith Kermit (Carow) 1861-
Cleared for stange ports, by Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, sr., Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt, Richard Derby and Kermit Roosevelt. New York, London, C. Scribner's sons. 1927.
vii p., 3-254p. front., plates. ports. 22cm
SK33.R45

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres. U.S., 1882-1945.
On our way. New York; The John Day company. 1934.
xiv, 300p. 19.5cm
E806.R745

Roosevelt, Eleanor Butler (Alexander)
Day before yesterday; the reminiscences of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1959.
478p. illus. 25cm
E748.R68R6

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Roosevelt) 1884-1962.
This is my story. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1937.
x p., 365, 1p. ports. 24.5cm
London edition (Hutchinson & Co.) has title: The lady of the White House.
E807.1.R44

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Roosevelt) 1884-1962.
This is my story. New York; Garden City publishing co., inc. 1939.
viii p., 365p. ports. 21cm
E807.1.R446

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Roosevelt) 1884-1962.
This I remember. New York; Harper. 1949.
x, 387p. illus., ports. 24cm.
E807.1.R428

Roosevelt, Elliott, 1860-1894.
Hunting big game in the eighties; the letters of Elliott Roosevelt, sportsman, edited by his daughter, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1933.
x, 182p. front. (port.) 24cm
SK235.R6 1933

Roosevelt, James 1907-
Affectionately, F.D.R.; a son's story of a lonely man, by James Roosevelt and Sidney Shalett. New York; Harcourt, Brace. 1959.
394p. illus., 23cm.
Autographed copy.
E807.R657

Roosevelt, Kermit, 1889-
The happy hunting-grounds. Illustrated from photographs by the author. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1920.
6p. l., 3-182p. front., plates, facsim. 19.5cm
SK33.R5

Roosevelt, Kermit, 1889-1943.
The long trail. New York; The Review of reviews. 1921.
5p. l., 9-79p. front., plates, facsim. 20cm
"Autographed edition."
One chapter from "The happy hunting-grounds" with additional material published for the first time.
E757.R75

Roosevelt, Nicholas, 1893-
A new birth of freedom. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1938.
vii p., 3-274p. 21cm
E183.R66

Roosevelt, Nicholas, 1893-
Theodore Roosevelt; the man as I knew him. New York; Dodd, Mead. 1967.
xiv, 205p. illus., ports. 24cm
E757.R76

Roosevelt, Quentin, 1897-1918.
Quentin Roosevelt; a sketch with letters, edited by Kermit Roosevelt. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1921.
viii, p., 282p. front., plates, port. 20.5cm
D570.9.R65

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Address of President Roosevelt at Cairo, Illinois. October 3, 1907. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1907.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Address of President Roosevelt at Canton, Ohio. September 30, 1907. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1907.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt at Keokuk, Iowa. October 1, 1907. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1907.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt at St. Louis, Missouri. October 2, 1907. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1907.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt at the Corcoran Art Gallery at the Saint Gaudens Exhibition on Tuesday evening, December 15, 1908. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1908.

Roosevelt, Theodore 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Colored Young Men's Christian Association Building. Washington, November 26, 1908. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1908.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt at the Lincoln Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, February 13, 1905. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1905.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Address of the President at the Unveiling of the Monument to General Sheridan. Wednesday, November 25, 1908. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1908.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Address of President Roosevelt on the Occasion of the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Pilgrim Memorial Monument, Provincetown, Massachusetts, August 20, 1907. Washington; Government Printing Office. 1907.

Roosevelt, Theodore, U.S. President, 1858 - 1919.
American Ideals ... Administration - Civil Service. Illustrated. New York; P.F. Collier & Son. n.d., c.1897.
372 p. (At head of title: The works of Theodore Roosevelt in fourteen volumes.)
H35.R71904

Roosevelt Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
American ideals... Administration-Civil service. New York; The review of reviews company. 1910, c1897.
2p. l., 372p. front. (port.) 20.5cm (At head of title: Homeward-bound edition)
With a biographical sketch by Gen. Francis Vinton Greene.
"Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons."
H35.R7 1904

Roosevelt , Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
American problems. New York; The Outlook company. 1910.
115p.
E660.R75x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Americanism and preparedness; speeches July to November, 1916. New York; Mail and Express Job Print. 1917.
145p. 23cm
E769.R7

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Americanism of Theodore Roosevelt; selections from his writings and speeches, compiled by Hermann Hagedorn… edited for school use by John A. Lester. Boston, New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1923.
xv p., 3-325p. illus. (maps) 18cm. (The Riverside literature series)
E660.R854

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919
The Americanism of Theodore Roosevelt; selections from his writings and speeches, compiled by Hermann Hagedorn. Boston, New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1923.
317p. 20.5cm (Half-title: Publications of the Roosevelt memorial association. III)
E660.R854 1923bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
African game trails: an account of the African wandering of an American hunter-naturalist . New York; Scribner's. 1909-1910.
In Scribner's magazine: v.46, July 1909 - v.48, Dec. 1910.
Library lacks issues nos. 1 and 2 of v.46, Jan. and Feb.
SK252.A3 1909x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
African game trails; an account of the Afterican wanderings of an American hunter-naturalist. With more than two hundred illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition, and from drawings by Philip R. Goodwin. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1910.
xxiii, 1, 583p. incl. front., illus., plates, ports., maps. 25 cm.
SK252.A3 1910

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
African game trails; an account of the African wanderings of an American hunter-naturalist. With more than two hundred illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition, and from drawings by Philip R. Goodwin. New York, London; Syndicate publishing company. 1910.
xxiii, 1, 583p. incl. front. Illus., plates. 24 cm.
SK252.A3 1910b

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
African game trails, an account of the African wanderings of an American hunter-naturalist. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1920, c.1910.
2v. fronts., plates, ports., map. 21.5cm
SK252.A3 1910bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
A book-lover's holidays in the open. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1916.
x p., 373p. 2pl. (incl. col. front.) 1 illus. 21.5cm
PS2734.R5B6 1916

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Citizenship in a republic, a lecture by Theodore Roosevelt at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910. n.p., n.d.
12p. 24.5cm
Advance release. "Confidential." "no. 1630."
JK1763.R666x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Cowboys and kings; three great letters. With an introduction by Elting E. Morison. Cambridge; Harvard University Press. 1954.
xii, 128p. illus., ports. 22cm
E757.R7957

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Episodes from "The Winning of the West" 1769-1807. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1900.
Edited by F.L.O.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
The essential Theodore Roosevelt. Edited with an introduction by John Gabriel Hunt. New York and Avenel, N.Y.; Gramercy Books. 1944.
E660.R72 1994b

Roosevelt, Theodore, pres U.S., 1858-1919.
Fear God and take your own part. New York; George H. Doran company. 1916.
xii p., 15-414p. 21cm.
UA23.R7

Roosevelt, Theodore, pres. United States, 1858-1919.
The foes of our own household. New York; George H. Doran company. 1917.
xii p., 15-347p. 21.5cm.
D619.R64

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The free citizen; a summons to service of the democratic ideal. Selections from his writings and stories from his record edited by Hermann Hagedorn. New York; Macmillan. 1956.
238p. illus. 22cm
JK1763.R67

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Gouverneur Morris. American revolution bicentennial edition/ Introduction by John A. Gable. n.p.; Theodore Roosevelt Association. 1975.
Inscribed by John A. Gable.
xxiv, 232p. illus. 21cm
E302.6.M7R737x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The great adventure; present-day studies in American nationalism. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1918.
xiv p., 204p. front. (port.) 19.5cm
D619.R65

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Great Adventure. New York; Roosevelt memorial association. 1925.
7p. 18cm.
"Originally published in the Metropolitan Magazine, October, 1918."
D619.R65 1925bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Hunting the Grizzly and other Sketches. New York; Review of Reviews Company. 1904.
His works "Statesman Edition."
SK45.R761904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
Hunting the grisly, and other sketches. New York; The Review of reviews company. 1910.
2 p. 1., 296 p. front. (port.) 20.5 cm. (Homeward Bound edition)
SK45.R761904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Hunting trips of a ranchman; sketches of sport on the northern cattle plains. Illustrated by A.B. Frost, R. Swain Gifford, J.C. Beard, Fannie E. Gifford, Henry Sandham. New York & London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1886.
1p. l., vii-xvi, 347p. front. (port.) illus. 24cm
SK45.R6 1886

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. Hunting Trips on the Prairie and in the Mountains. New York; Review of Reviews Company. 1904.
(His works "Statesman Edition")
SK45.R61904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Hunting trips of a ranchman, Hunting trips on the prairies and in the mountains. New York; The Review of reviews company. 1910.
2p. l., 348p. front. (port.) 20.5cm (Homeward Bound Edition)
SK45.R6 1904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
International peace, an address by Theodore Roosevelt before the Nobel prize committee at Christiania, Norway, May 5, 1910. n.p., n.d.
3p. 24.5cm
Advance release.
"Confidential."
"No. 90, 103."
JX1963.R73 1910bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, 1870-1918.
New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1924.
viii p., l., 323p. front. (port.) double facsim. 22.5cm
E757.R796

Roosevelt, Theodore, pres. 1858-1919.
Letters. Selected and edited by Elting E, Morison; John M. Blum, associate editor, John J. Buckley, copy editor. Cambridge; Harvard University Press. 1951-1954.
8v. illus., ports. 25cm
E757.R7958

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Letters to Kermit from Theodore Roosevelt, 1902-1908, edited, with an introduction and prefaces, by Will Irwin. New York, C. Scribner's sons; London, C. Scribner's sons, ltd. 1946.
4p. l., 206p., incl. illus (facsims.) geneal. tab. front. (port.) 22cm.
E757.R785

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Life-histories of African game animals, by Theodore Roosevelt and Edmund Heller; with illustrations from photographs, and from drawings by Philip R. Goodwin; and with forty faunal maps. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1914.
2v. fronts., illus., maps. 24.5cm
Inscribed by Theodore Roosevelt's sister, Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, and dated "Xmas 1930."
QL731.R7

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The naval war of 1812; the history of the United States Navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans. Illustrated. New York; P.F. Collier & Sons. n.d., c.1882.
2v. fronts., 20.5cm
At head of title: The works of Theodore Roosevelt in fourteen volumes.
Executive edition.
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement wit the Century Co., messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
E360.R86 1904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The naval war of 1812; The history of the United States Navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans. New York; The Review of Reviews Company. 1910, c.1882.
2v. fronts., 20.5 cm
Homeward Bound edition.
Published with the permission of the author through special arrangement with The Century Co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
E360.R86 1904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The naval war of 1812; The history of the United States Navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. c.1910.
2 v. fronts., illus. 21 cm. (Dakota edition)
First published 1882.
E360.R861910

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Outdoor pastimes of an American hunter. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1905.
xi, 369 p. front. (port.) 48 pl. 23.5 cm.
SK45.R746

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1920, c.1908.
Frontis piece: photo of T.R.
SK45.R747 1908x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1924, c.1908.
Frontis piece: photo of T.R.
SK45.R747 1908x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Outlook editorials. New York; The Outlook company. 1909.
6p. l., 3-125p. front. (port.) 19.5cm
H35.R77

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S. 1858-1919.
The Philippines: The First Civil Governor by Theodore Roosevelt and Civil Government in the Philipines by William Howard Taft. New York; The Outlook Company. 1902.
DS685.P57

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S. 1858-1919.
Presidential addresses and state papers of Theodore Roosevelt. With portrait frontispiece. New York; P.F. Collier & Son. n.d.
4v. fronts. (ports.) plates. 20.5cm
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement.
Introduction by Albert Shaw.
E660.R77

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S. 1858-1919.
Presidential addresses and state papers. Illustrated. New York; P.F. Collier & Son. n.d.
6v. port. front. plates. 20.5cm (At head of title: The works of Theodore Roosevelt in fourteen volumes)
Executive edition.
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with The Century Co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
Introduction by Albert Shaw.
E660.R77 1908x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Presidential addresses and state papers, February 19, 1902, to May 13, 1903.
New York; Review of Reviews. 1910.
8v. fronts. (ports.) plates. 20.5cm (homeward bound edition.)
Published with the permission of the author through special arrangement.
Introduction by Albert Shaw.
E660.R77 1910x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Progressive principles. Selections from addresses made during the presidential campaign of 1912, edited by Elmer H. Youngman (including the Progressive national platform) New York; Progressive national service. 1913.
ix, 330p. 20cm.
JK2388.R72

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S. 1858-1919.
Ranch life and the hunting-trail. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. New York; The Century co. 1902.
5p. l., 186p., front., illus., plates. 27cm.
Signed by the author on White House stationary.
First published in 1888.
F595.R78

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Ranch life and the hunting-trail. Illustrated by Frederic Remington.
New York; Winchester Press. 1969.
186p. illus. 29cm
F596.R78 1969

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Realizable ideals (the Earl lectures). San Francisco; Whittaker & Ray-Wiggin co. 1912.
2p. l., 154p. front. (mounted port.) 20.5cm
"Delivered under the auspices of Pacific theological seminary ... in the spring of 1911."
HN64.R765

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Roosevelt doctrine, being the personal utterances of the President on various matters of vital interest, authoritatively arranged for reference in their logical sequence; a brief summary of the principles of American citizenship and government, compiled by E. E. Garrison. New York; R. G. Cooke. 1904.
viii, 181p. front. (port) 18.5cm
E660.R88

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Roosevelt in the Kanas City star; war-time editorials. With an introduction by Ralph Stout. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1921.
xlvii, 295, 2p. front. (2port.) 2 facsim. (1fold.) 25cm. (Half-title: Publications of the Roosevelt memorial association. II)
"This large-paper edition consists of three hundred and seventy-five numbered copies of which three hundred and fifty are for sale."
Library has numbers 288 and 327.
E780.R78

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Roosevelt in the Kansas City star; war-time editorials. With an introduction by Ralph Stout. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1921.
xlvii, 295, 1p. front. (2 port.) 2 facsim. (1 fold.) 23cm (Half-title: Publications of the Roosevelt memorial association. II)
E780.R78 1921bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Roosevelt policy; speeches, letters and state papers, relating to corporate wealth and closely allied topics. Edited by William Griffith. New York; The Current literature publishing company. 1919.
3v. fronts. (v. 1-2, ports.) 19cm. (On Cover: Roosevelt, his life, meaning and messages)
E660.R883 v.1-3

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Roosevelt vs. Newett, a transcript of the testimony taken and depositions read at Marquette, Mich. n.p. Priv. print. c.1914.
362p. 23.5cm
Testimony concerning Roosevelt's personal habits in the trial of his libel suit against Newett.
E757.R798

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Roosevelt's Writings: selections from the writings of Theodore Roosevelt. Edited with an introduction and notes by Maurice Garland Fulton. New York; The Macmillan company. 1924, c.1920.

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Rough Riders. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1899.
xi, 1, 298p. front., plates, ports. 21cm
E725.45 1st.R1

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Rough riders. Illustrated. New York; P.F. Collier & son. n.d, c.1899.
4p. l., 5-319p. front. (port.) (At head of title: The works of Theodore Roosevelt in fourteen volumes)
Executive edition.
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
E725.45 1st.R8x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Rough Riders. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1918, c.1899.
ix, 320p. front.
E725.45 1st.R1 1918ax

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Rough Riders. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1920, c.1899
320p.
E725.45 1st.R9x

Roosevelt ,Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Stories of the great west. Illustrated.
New York; The Century co. 1909.
ix, 254p., incl. 16pl. front. 20cm.
F591.R56

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Stories of the great West, edited by Marquis E. Shattuck. New York; D. Appleton-Century company, incorporated. 1940.
xxxii, 271, 1 p. incl. front. (port.) plates. 18.5cm
F591.R563

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The strenuous life. Illustrated. New York; P.F. Collier. n.d, c.1901.
2p. l., 272p. front. (port.) 20.5cm.
Executive edition.
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
H35.R78 1901bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The strenuous life; essays and addresses. New York; The Century co. 1902, c.1901.
5p. l., 332p. front. (port.) 19.5cm
H35.R78 1902

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
The Strenuous life; essays and addresses. London; Grant Richards. 1903, (1902).
5 p. 1., 332 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm.
(3rd edition)
H35.R781902

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
The Strenuous life; essays and addresses. New York; The Century co. 1904, c.1901.
5 p. 1., 332 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm.
H35.R781902

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
The Strenuous life; essays and addresses. New York; The Review of Reviews company. 1910, c.1901.
5 p. 1., 332 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm. (Homeward Bound edition)
Published with the permission of the author through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
H35.R781901bx

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt; an autobiography. New York; The Macmillan company. 1913.
xii p., 647p. (port.) illus., fold. tab. 22.5cm
E757.R79

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt; an autobiography. New York; The Macmillan company. 1914.
xi p., 615p. front. (port.) illus. 20cm.
Reprinted March, 1914.
Portrait mounted on cover.
E757.R7904

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt cyclopedia. Edited by Albert Bushnell Hart and Herbert Ronald Ferleger. Foreword by William Allen White. New York; Roosevelt memorial association. c.1941.
xii p., 674p. front. (port.) 26cm.
E757.R82

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt, United States civil service commissioner. Compiled by information and recruiting division, United States civil service commission.
Washington, D.C. 1940.
1v. (unpaged) illus. cover title.
Substantially the text of 72 official letters written by Roosevelt while he was U.S. Civil Service Commissioner.
This edition is limited to 250 numbered copies.
This copy is unnumbered.
JK691.R62 1940x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt, United States civil service commissioner. Compiled by information and recruiting division, United States civil service commission.
Washington, D.C. 1940.
1v. (unpaged) illus. cover title.
Substantially the text of 72 official letters written by Roosevelt while he was U.S. Civil Service Commissioner.
Label mounted on cover "Enclosure 22331. U.S. Civil Service Commission"
JK691.R62 1940x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt's diaries of boyhood and youth. Illustrated from photographs and with facsimiles of the author's drawings and letters. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1928.
viii p., 3-365p. front., illus., plates, ports, facsims. 21cm.
E757.R7956

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His children. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1919. 1st edition, 1st issue. ("Published September, 1919").
E757.R8

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Theodore Roosevelt's letters to his children; edited by Joseph Bucklin Bishop. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1919.
x, 240p. front. (5port) illus., double facsim. 21cm.
1st edition, 7th issue.
December, 1919.
E757.R8

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Thomas H. Benton. Large paper edition. Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1899.
vii p., 344 p., front., pl., ports., double facsim., 22.5cm. (Half-title: American statesmen. vol. XXIII)
E176.A53v.23 1899x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Through the Brazilian wilderness. With illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1914.
xiv p., 383 p. front., plates, 3 maps (1 fold.) 25cm.
F2515.R78

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Through the Brazilian wilderness. With illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1920, c.1914.
410p. front., plates. 3 maps (1 fold.) 20cm
F2515.R78 1920x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The Wilderness Hunter; an account of the big game of the United States and its chase with horse, hound, and rifle. Illustrated. New York, London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1893.
Limited to 200 numbered copies. This is no. 191.
Signed by the author.
SK45.R75x

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The wilderness hunter; an account of the big game of the United States and its chase with horse, hound, and rifle. New York; G.P. Putnam's sons. c.1893.
xvi, 472 p. front., pl. 24cm.
SK45.R75 1893

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The wilderness hunter; an account of the big game of the United States and its chase with horse, hound, and rifle. New York and London; G. P. Putnam's sons. 1900.
279p. front. (port.) 17cm. (The Sagamore series. 3)
SK45.R75 1900

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919, defendant respondent.
William Barnes, plaintiff-appellant, against Theodore Roosevelt, defendant-respondent. Case on appeal. Ivins, Wolff & Hoguet, attorneys for plaintiff-appellant. Bowers & Sands, attorneys for defendant-respondent. Walton, N.Y.; The Reporter co. 1917.
4v. 27cm.
Supreme court. Appellate division. Fourth department.
F124.R77

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The winning of the West. Illustrated. New York; P. F. Collier & Sons. n.d., c.1889.
fronts. 20.5cm (At head of title: The works of Theodore Roosevelt in fourteen volumes.)
Executive edition.
Library has only vols. 1 and 2 of 4 vol. set.
Published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G. P. Putnam's sons.
F351.R81

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858 - 1919.
The winning of the West. New York; The Review of Reviews company. 1910, c.1889.
Homeward Bound edition.
Published with the permission of the author through special arrangement with the Century co., Messrs. Charles Scribner's sons, and G.P. Putnam's sons.
F351.R81

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The works of Theodore Roosevelt. Memorial Edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1923-26.
24v. front., plates, ports. 24.5cm.
Library lacks vols. 21 and 22 of 24 vol. set.
"Prepared under the auspices of the Roosevelt memorial association: Hermann Hagedorn, editor."
"This edition ... is strictly limited to one thousand and fifty sets, of which one thousand are for sale and fifty are for presentation. This is one of the fifty sets for presentation," signed by Edith Kermit Roosevelt.
E660.R84

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The works of Theodore Roosevelt. National edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1926.
20v. front. (port.) illus., maps. 20.5cm.
"Prepared under the auspices of the Roosevelt memorial association: Hermann Hagedorn, editor."
E660.R842

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
The works of Theodore Roosevelt. National edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1927, 1926.
20v. front. (port.) illus. maps. 20.5cm.
"Prepared under the auspices of the Roosevelt memorial association: Hermann Hagedorn, editor."
E660.R843

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres. U.S., 1858-1919.
Writings. Edited by William H. Harbaugh. Indianapolis; Bobbs-Merrill. 1967.
liii, 407 p. 21cm. (The American Heritage series, 53)
E757.R77

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-
All in the family. With 16 illustrations. New York, London; G. P. Putnam's sons. 1929.
vi, 189 p. front., pl., ports. 22.5cm.
F757.3.R78

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-
Average Americans, by Theodore Roosevelt, lieutenant-colonel, U.S.A. New York and London; G. P. Putnam's sons. 1919.
xxii p., 252p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 20.5cm.
D640.R64

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944.
East of the sun and west of the moon, by Theodore Roosevelt and Kermit Roosevelt. Illustrations from photographs taken by K. R. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1926.
x p., 284 p. front., plates, ports., maps. 22cm.
DS785.R75

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-
Rank and file; true stories of the great war. Illustrated by Captain John W. Thomason, jr. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1928.
xviii p., 279 p. incl. plates. pl. 21cm.
Autographed copy
D640.R645

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-
Taps; selected poems of the great war, compiled by Theodore Roosevelt, jr., and Grantland Rice. Illustrations by Captain John Thomason. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Doran & company, inc. 1932.
xv, 241p. incl. illus., plates. 21cm.
D526.2.R78

Roosevelt association of Jersey City.
Some Roosevelt reminiscences: a symposium of personal recollections by members of the Roosevelt association of Jersey City, arranged by Wm. H. Richardson as a souvenir of the second annual dinner of the association, October 27th, 1920. Jersey City; Jersey City printing company. 1920.
23p. front. (port.) 23.5cm.
E757.R88

Roosevelt association of Jersey City.
Theodore Roosevelt, one day of his life reconstructed from contemporaneous accounts of his political campaign of 1912, and prepared as a souvenir of the third annual dinner of the Roosevelt association of Jersey City, by William H. Richardson. Jersey City; Jersey City printing company. 1920.
43p. incl. front. (port.) illus. 23.5cm.
E757.R72

The Roosevelt memorial American naval history library.
National society of United States daughters of 1812. Catalog books on naval history and the War of 1812 in the Roosevelt Memorial Library ... 1920 - 1929. Washington, D.C.; National Society of U.S. D(aughters) of 1812. n.d.
Z881.N4848x

Roosevelt wildlife bulletin. V. 1-
December 1921-
Syracuse.
v. illus. (part col.) ports., maps (part fold.) 24cm. irregular.
Issued by the Roosevelt Wildlife Forest Experiment Station of the State University College of Forestry at Syracuse University.
Autographed copy.
QH1.S95

Roscoe, Theodore.
United States destroyer operations in World War II. Research and technical editing by Thomas L. Wattles. Designed and illustrated by Fred Freeman. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1953.
xviii, 581 p. illus., ports., maps. 29cm.
D773.R6

Roscoe, Theodore.
United States submarine operations in World War II. Written for the Bureau of Naval Personnel from material prepared by R. G. Voge and others. Designed and illustrated by Fred Freeman, photographs by the U.S. Navy. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1949.
xx, 577 p. illus., ports., maps (part fold. col.) 29cm.
D783.R6

Rosenberger, Francis Coleman, 1915- , editor.
Jefferson reader, a treasury of writings about Thomas Jefferson; illustrated with 15 life portraits of Jefferson. New York; Dutton. 1953.
349 p. illus. 22cm.
E332.R63

Roske, Ralph Joseph, 1921-
Lincoln's commando; the biography of Commander W.B. Cushing. U.S.N., by Ralph J. Roske and Charles Van Doren. New York; Harper. 1957.
310 p. illus. 22cm.
E467.1.C98R6

Ross, George Edward, 1904-
Know your Presidents and their wives. Illustrated by Seymour Fleishman. Chicago; Rand McNally. c.1960.
72 p. illus. 28cm.
E176.1.R79

Ross, Ishbel, 1897-
The general's wife; the life of Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant. New York;
Dodd, Mead. 1959.
372 p. illus. 22cm.
E672.R77

Rovere, Richard Halworth, 1915-
The Eisenhower years; affairs of state. New York; Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. 1956.
390 p. 22cm.
E835.R6

Rubottom, Holland, 1872-
Questions on field service regulations of the United States army. By Captain Holland Rubottom. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; General agent: U.S. Cavalry association. 1911.
122p. 15cm.
U173.R8 1911x

Ruge, Friedrich.
Der Seekrieg; the German Navy's story, 1939-1945. Translated by M. G. Saunders. Annapolis; U.S. Naval Institute. 1957.
440 p. illus. 24cm.
D770.R833

Russell, Sir William Howard, 1820-1907.
Complete history of the Russian war from its commencement to its close, giving a graphic picture of the great drama of war, embracing a superb map of the seat of war and a magnificent engraving of the bombardment and fall of Sebastopol, showing the attack and capture of the Malakoff, assault on the Redan, and fall of Sebastopol, drawn by an artist who was eight months in the Crimea, together with full page engravings illustrative of the stirring scenes in the Crimea. New York; J.G. Wells. 1856.
181 p. plates, ports. 24cm.
DK214.R95

Sampson, J P C.
An oration on the anniversary of the battles of Champlain and Plattsburgh, delivered before the Columbian society in the city of New York, at Tammany-Hall, on the 11th September, 1816. New York; Printed and published by Van Pelt and Riley. 1816.
20p. 24cm.
E356.P7S3x

Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967.
Abraham Lincoln, the prairie years. With 105 illustrations from photographs, and many cartoons, sketches, maps, and letters. New York; Harcourt, Brace & company. 1926.
2v. fronts., illus. (incl. maps) plates, ports., facsims. 24.5cm.
Autographed copy.
E457.3.S22

Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967.
Abraham Lincoln; the war years. With 426 half-tones of photographs and 244 cuts of cartoons, letters, documents. New York; Harcourt, Brace & company. c.1939.
4v. fronts., illus. (incl. maps) plates, ports., facsims. 25cm.
E457.4.S36 1939ax

Santos, Eurico.
Anfibios e repteis do Brasil (vida e costumes) Desenhos de Marian Colonna. Rio de Janeiro; F. Briguiet & cia. 1942.
279, 1 p. illus. (incl. plans) col. plates, diagrs. 24cm.
QL657.S25

Santos, Eurico.
Da ema ao beija-flor (vida e costumes das aves do Brasil) Desenhos de Marian Colonna. Rio de Janeiro; F. Briguiet & cia. 1938.
358 p. 24 cm.
QL689.B8S2x

Santos, Eurico.
Passaros do Brasil (vida e costumes). Prefacio do dr. Arthur Neiva, desenhos de Marian Colonna. Rio de Janeiro; F.Briguiet & cia. 1940.
301 p. illus., col. plates. 24.5cm.
QL689.B8S3

Sargent, Herbert Howland, 1858-1921.
The strategy on the western front (1914-1918). With maps. Chicago; A.C. McClurg & co. 1920.
6 p. l., 261 p. maps (part fold.) diagrs. 20cm.
D530.S3

Schachner, Nathan, 1895-1955.
Thomas Jefferson, a biography. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1957.
xiv. 1070 p. illus., ports., facsims. 25cm.
E332.S32 1957

Scheer, George F.
Rebels and redcoats by George F. Scheer and Hugh F. Rankin. Cleveland; World Pub. Co. 1957.
572 p. maps. 25cm.
E275.S3

Schriftgiesser, Karl, 1903-
The amazing Roosevelt family, 1613 - 1942. New York; W. Funk, inc. 1942.
xii, 367 p. 24.5cm.
E757.3.S4

Schroeder, John Frederick, 1800-1857.
Life and times of Washington: containing a particular account of national principles and events, and of the illustrious men of the revolution. Illustrated with steel engravings, from original designs of historical scenes, and full-length portraits. By Alonzo Chappel. New York; Johnson, Fry, and company. 1857-61.
2v. 19 pl., 28 port. (incl. fronts.) facsim. (8 p.) 28.5cm.
E312.S35

Schroeder, Seaton, 1849-1922.
A half century of naval service. New York, London; D. Appleton and company. 1922.
ix. 1 p., 443. 1 p. plates, 2 port. (incl. front.) 21cm.
V63.S4A3

Sea power; warships, merchant marine, naval bases. v.1-11, no. 1, June 1916-July 1921; May 1935-July 1941. Washington. 1916-41.
11v. illus. 27.5 x 31.5cm.
Library has v. 6, no. 4 only.
Official publication of the Navy league of the United States.
VA49.S4

Seabury, David, 1885-
Growing into life; a magna charta of youth. New York; Blue Ribbon Books. 1933, c.1928.
4 p. 1., v-xviii, 19-715 p. diagrs. 22.5cm.
8th printing. December, 1933.
HQ35.S4

Sears, Mary Hun.
Hudson crossroads; a documentary narrative of three centuries in Upper New York. New York; Exposition Press. 1955, c.1954.
568 p. 21 cm.
PS3537.E18H9x

Seawell, Molly Elliot, 1860-1916.
Decatur and Somers. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1894.
3 p. l., 169 p. front., 5 pl. 20cm. (on cover: Young heroes of our navy)
PS2797.S7D43x

Seawell, Molly Elliot, 1860-1916.
Little Jarvis. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1920.
64 p. front., plates. 20cm. (on cover: Young Heroes of our navy)
PS2797.S7L58x

Seawell, Molly Elliot, 1860-1916.
Paul Jones. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1893.
viii p., 166 p. front., 6 pl., port. 20cm (on cover: Young Heroes of our navy)
PS2797.S7P38x

Seitz, Don Carlos, 1862-1935.
The James Gordon Bennetts, father and son, proprietors of the New York Herald. Indianapolis; The Bobbs-Merrill company. c.1928.
405 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23cm.
PN4874.B4S4

Sellar, Robert, 1841-1919.
The U.S. campaign of 1813 to capture Montreal. Crysler, the descisve battle of the war of 1812. Huntingdon, Que.; Gleaner print. c1913.
Cover-title, 34 p. illus., maps. 26.5cm.
At head of title: ‘Tis a hundred years ago.
E355.4.S45

Shand, Alexander Innes, 1832-1907.
The war in the Peninsula, 1808-1814. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1898.
xi, 316 p. front., ports., maps. 20.5cm.
DC232.S48x

Shapiro, Harold Roland.
What every young man should know about war. New York; Knight publishers. 1937.
5 p. l., 3-146 p. 21cm.
U21.S45

Sharpe, Ernest.
G. B. Dealey of the Dallas news. New York; Holt. 1955.
304 p. illus. 22cm.
PN4874.D39S5

Shaw, Archer Hayes, 1876-
The Plain dealer; one hundred years in Cleveland. New York; A. A. Knopf. 1942.
xiii p., 3-402, xvii, 1 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24cm.
At head of title:1842-1942.
PN4899.C6P57

Sherman, John, 1823-1900.
John Sherman's Recollections of forty years in the House, Senate and cabinet. An autobiography. Chicago, New York; The Werner company. 1895.
2v. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. 24.5cm.
E664.S57S5

Sherrill, Clarence Osborne, 1876-
Military topography for the mobile forces, including map reading, surveying and sketching, with more than 175 illustrations and one map of vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, by Captain C. O. Sherrill. 2nd edition. Adopted by direction of the commandant for use as text book in the Army service schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Adopted by the War department as a text book in garrison schools for officers, and as the basis for all promotion examinations in topography, also for the use of the organized militia. Adopted by the Coast artillery school, Fort Monroe, Va. Menasha, Wis.; Press of George Banta publishing co. c.1911.
xviii, 353 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs. fold maps (1 in pocket) 22cm.
UG470.S67

Sherwood, Robert Emmet, 1896-
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, a play in twelve scenes. With a foreword by Carl Sandburg. New York, C. Scribner's sons; London, C. Scribner's sons, ltd. 1939.
xii, 250 p. 20cm.
PS3537.H825A63 1939

Sherwood, Robert Emmet, 1896-1955.
Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history. New York; Harper. 1948.
xvii, 979 p. illus., ports., map. 22cm.
E807.S45

Shotwell, James Thomson, 1874-
The United States in history. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1956.
234 p. 21cm.
E178.S554

Sievers, Harry Joseph, 1920-
Benjamin Harrison. Introduction by Hilton U. Brown. Chicago; H. Regnery Co. 1952-68.
3 v. illus., ports., maps. 24cm.
Library has vol. 2 only of 3 vol. set.
E702.S54

Sigsbee, Charles Dwight, 1845-1923.
The "Maine"; an account of her destruction in Havana harbor, the personal narrative of Captain Charles D. Sigsbee, U.S.N. New York; The Century co. 1899.
xiv p., 270p. front., illus., plates, ports., facsims. 20.5cm.
E721.6.S57

Simonds, Frank Herbert, 1878-1936.
How Europe made peace without America. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1927.
viii p., 407 p. 24.5cm.
D644.S5

Simons, Algie Martin, 1870-
Social forces in American history. New York; The Macmillan company. 1911.
xiii, 325 p. 20cm.
HC103.S6

Simpson, Bertram Lenox, 1877-1930.
Indiscreet letters from Peking; being the notes of an eye-witness, which set forth in some detail, from day to day, the real story of the siege and sack of a distressed capital in 1900- the year of great tribulation; edited by B.L. Putnam Weale (pseud.). New York; Dodd, Mead and company. 1913, (c.1907).
vii, 447p. plan. 20.5cm.
DS772.S61

Sims, William Sowden, 1858-1936.
The victory at sea, by William Sowden Sims in collaboration with Burton J. Hendrick. Garden City, New York; Doubleday, Page & company. 1920.
xiii, 410 p. front. (port.) maps. 23.5cm.
D589.U6S6

Sixty fourth anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt's birth; held at Lackawanna High School, Oct. 27, 1922. n.p., n.d.
3 p. clippings, ill. 29cm.
On cover: "Theodore Roosevelt memorial services held in Lackawanna, N.Y."
E757.2.S555x

Sketches of the war, between the United States and the British isles: intended as a faithful history of all the material events from the time of the declaration in 1812, to and including the treaty of peace in 1815, interspersed with geographical descriptions of places, and biographical notices of distinguished military and naval commanders. Volumes I and II. Rutland, Vt; Published by Fay and Davison. 1815.
iv, 496 p. illus. (plans) 22cm.
Attributed to G. M. Davison (one of the publishers) and to Rev. Samuel Willams.
E354.S62

Smith, Herbert Knox, 1869-
Roosevelt's leadership: an address delivered at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania October 26, 1924. New York; Roosevelt Memorial Association. 1925.
16 p. 20cm.
E757.S57x

Smith, Le Roy Foster.
Pastors, politicians, pacisfists, by Le Roy F. Smith and E. B. Johns. Chicago; The Constructive educational publishing co. 1927.
2 p. l., vii-ix, 4, 222 p. double diagr. 21cm.
"Charges against the Federal council of churches of Christ in America."
BX6.F4S5 1927

Smith, Walter Bedell.
Eisenhower's six great decisions: Europe, 1944-1945. New York; Longmans, Green. 1956.
237 p. illus. 22cm.
Autographed copy
D756.S55

Smithsonian Institution.
U.S. National museum.
Annual report.
Q11.U52

Smithsonian Institution.
U.S. National museum.
Proceedings.
Q11.U55

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah, 1879-
In the wake of the eighteentwelvers; fights & flights of frigates & fore-‘n'-afters in the war of 1812-1815 on the Great Lakes. London, John Lane; New York, John Lane company. 1913.
xxi p., 291, 1 p. front., plates. 19cm.
E360.S66

Snyder, Marty, 1913-
My friend Ike, by Marty Snyder with Glenn D. Kittler. New York; F. Fell. 1956.
237p. illus. 22cm.
E836.S58

Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba.
The Santiago campaign; reminiscences of the operations for the capture of Santiago de Cuba in the Spanish-American war, June and July, 1898, written by participants in the campaign and published by the Society of Santiago de Cuba. Richmond Va.; Williams printing company. 1927.
xv, 442 p. incl., front., illus. (maps) plates, ports. 20cm.
Major General J.T. Dickman, U.S. Army, editor.
E717.1.S68

Soley, James Russell, 1850-1911.
Admiral Porter. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1903.
vii p., 499 p. front., plates, ports., maps, facsim. 19.5cm. (Half-title: Great commanders)
E467.1.P78S6

Spears, John Randolph, 1850-1936.
David G. Farragut. Philadelphia; G.W. Jacobs & company. 1905.
10p., 11-407 p. front. (port.) maps, plans. 19.5cm. (Half-title: American crisis biographies).
E467.1.F23S7

Spears, John Randolph, 1850-1936.
A short history of the American navy. Published under the auspices of the Navy league of the United States. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1907.
4 p. l., v-vi, 134 p. front., 5 pl. 24.5cm.
E182.S75

Springer, Frank, 1848-1927.
Theodore Roosevelt memorial service; oration by Frank Springer, by invitation of the fourth Legislature of the state of New Mexico in the Saint Francis auditorium of the Museum of New Mexico at Santa Fe… February 9th, 1919. n.p. 1919.
3 p. l., 5-32 p. illus., port. 25.5cm.
E757.S84

Squiers, Arnon Lyon, 1869- , editor.
One hundred per cent American; addresses delivered by famous patriots of all shades of political belief at the Saturday luncheon meetings of the Republican club, New York, during the year 1918. With a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. New York; George H. Doran company. 1918.
xiv p., 17-398 p. 22.5cm.
D509.S68

Stackpole, Edward James, 1861-1936.
Behind the scenes with a newspaper man; fifty years in the life of an editor, by E. J. Stackpole, president and editor-in-chief of the Harrisburg Telegraph. With 44 illustrations and 20 line drawings. Philidelphia & London; J. B. Lippincott company. 1927.
3 p. l., 5-325, 1 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 22.5cm.
PN4874.S6A3

Starling, Edmund William, 1875-1944.
Starling of the White House; the story of the man whose Secert sevice detail guarded five presidents from Woodrow Wilson to Franklin D. Roosevelt, as told to Thomas Surgrue by Colonel Edmund W. Starling. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1946.
xvi, 334 p., incl. front. (port.) 22cm.
E748.S78A3

Steed, Henry Wickham, 1871-
Through thirty years, 1892-1922, a personal narrative. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & company. 1924.
2v. 23cm.
D397.S75

Steffens, Joseph Lincoln, 1866-1936.
The autobiography of Lincoln Steffens. New York; Harcourt, Brace and company. c.1931.
2v. fronts., illus. (incl. facsims.) plates, ports., diagr. 22.5cm.
PN4874.S68 A3

Steffens, Joseph Lincoln, 1866-1936.
Governor Roosevelt- as an experiment. Incidents of conflict in a term of practical politics.
(In McClure's Magazine, June 1900, p. 109-112.)
E756.S8989x

Stevens, William Oliver, 1878-
A history of sea power, by William Oliver Stevens and Allan Westcott. New York; George H. Doran company. c.1920.
xi p., 15-458 p. illus. (incl. maps) 22.5cm.
D27.S8

Stevens, William Oliver, 1878-
The story of our navy. New edition, with illustrations and maps. New York and London; Harper & brothers. c.1918.
vi p., 333, 1 p. front., illus. (incl. maps) plates. 19.5cm.
E182.S862

Stewart, George Rippey, 1895-
Pickett's charge; a microhistory of the final attack at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. Boston; Houghton Mifflin. 1959.
354 p. illus. 23cm.
E475.53.S86

Stirling, Yates, 1872-
Fundamentals of naval service by Commander Yates Stirling. Philadelphia and London; J.B. Lippincott company. 1917.
vi, 575 p. illus., col. plates., fold. tables, diagrs. 18.5cm.
VA55.S8

Stockton, Richard, 1888-
Inevitable war, by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Stockton. 6th edition. New York; The Perth company. c.1932.
3 p. l., xi-xxv, 806 p. front., illus. (map) ports., diagrs. 23.5cm.
UA23.S7

Stoddard, Henry Luther, 1861-1947.
As I knew them; presidents and politics from Grant to Coolidge. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1927.
28, 1., 571 p. front., illus., plates, port. 24.5 cm.
E176.1.S82

Stoddard, Henry Luther, 1861-1947.
It costs to be president. New York and London; Harper & brothers. 1938.
xiii p., 340 p. incl. front. (facsim.) illus. 24.5 cm.
JK511.S75

Stoddard, Henry Luther, 1861-1947.
Theodore Roosevelt the man; some memories of the greatest American of his time. Reprinted from a series of articles published in the New York Evening Mail, January 6 to 11, 1919. n.p., n.d.
32 p. front. 19cm.
E757.2.S888x

Stone, Irving, 1903-
The President's lady; a novel about Rachel and Andrew Jackson. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1951.
338 p. 22cm.
PS3537.T669 P8x

Stone, Irving, 1903-
Love is eternal; a novel about Mary Todd Lincoln and Abraham Lincoln. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1954.
468 p. 22cm.
PS3537.T669L6

Stone, Irving, 1903-
They also ran; the story of the men who were defeated for the presidency. Garden City, New York; Doubleday, Doran and company, inc. 1945.
xi p., 427 p. ports. 22cm.
E176.S87 1945

Straus, Oscar Solomon, 1850-1926.
The origin of republican form of government in the United States of America. With an introductory essay by M. Emile de Laveleye (translated from the French edition). 2nd edition, revised. New York and London; G.P. Putnam's sons. 1901.
xii, 151 p. front. 20.5cm.
JK51.S86

Straus, Oscar Solomon, 1850-1926.
Roger Williams, the pioneer of religious liberty. With an interpretation by R.E.E. Harkness, PH. D., and an address by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes. New York, London; Pub. for the Oscar S. Straus memorial association by D. Appleton-Century company, incorporated. 1936.
lx, 257 p. front. (facsim.) 20.5cm.
Half-title: This tercentenary edition is published by the Oscar S. Straus memorial association by special arrangement with the American Baptist historical society in connection with that organization's celebration of the three-hundredth anniversary of the founding of Rhode Island by Roger Williams.
F82.W797 1936

Straus, Oscar Solomon, 1850-1926.
Under four administrations, from Cleveland to Taft; recollections of Oscar S. Straus. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1922.
ix p., 456 p. front., plates, ports, facsims. 23.5cm.
E664.S896 S8

Straus, Roger Williams, 1891-
Religious liberty and democracy ; writings and addresses. Chicago, New York; Willett, Clark & company. 1939.
x p., 115 p. 19.5 cm.
BV741.S67

Street, Julian Leonard, 1879-
The most interesting American. New York; The Century co. 1915.
3 p. l., 3-75p. front. (port.) 19cm.
E757.S92

Strode, Hudson, 1892-
Jefferson Davis. New York; Harcourt, Brace. 1955-64.
3 v. ports. 25 cm.
Library has vols. 1 and 2 of 3 vol. set.
E467.1.D26S73

Strother, French, 1883-1933.
"The Providence journal will say this morning:" : an apprectiation of John R. Rathom, the man who exposed the German plots in this country, and an announcement of Mr. Rathoms's own story, which will be published in the World's Work. n.p., n.p., 1917.
p. 149-154: ill. 26cm.
D619.3.R3S8x

Strunsky, Simeon, 1879-1948.
Through the outlooking glass, being the curious adventures of Theodore the Red Knight in his quest of the third cup, of his faithful companion Alice and divers quaint, persons. A veritable Theodyssey of incidents, set down in simple third terms. New York; Reprinted from the Evening Post. n.d.
24 p. 23cm.
E765.S9bx

Stuart, Jesse, 1907-
Taps for Private Tussie. Illustrated by Thomas Benton. New York; Books, inc., distributed by E.P. Dutton & company, inc. 1943
303 p. incl. col. front., col. plates. 22cm.
PS3537.T92516 T36x

Sullivan, Edward T.
Theodore Roosevelt; a sermon preached in Trinity church, Newton center, Massachusetts, on Sunday morning, September twenty-second, nineteen hundred and one. By the Rev. Edward T. Sullivan, Rector of Trinity church. Published by request of the congregation. n.p. , n.d.
14 p. 18.5cm.
E757.S8989x

Sullivan, Mark, 1874-
Our times; the United States, 1900-1925. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1926-35.
6 v. illus. (incl. ports., maps, facsims, music) 23.5cm.
Library has vol. 6 only of 6 vol. set.
E741.S9

The Sunpapers of Balitimore, by Gerald W. Johnson, Frank R Kent, H.L. Mencken and Hamilton Owens. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1937.
xii, 430, xvi p., front., plates, ports., facsims. 24cm.
At head of title: 1837-1937.
PN4899.B3S76

Tactics and technique of infantry. A text and reference book of infantry training. Harrisburg, Pa.; Military Service Pub. Co. 1931 - .
4v. illus., maps (part fold. col.) diagrs. 25 cm.
Library has 1940 edition. 4 vols. in 2.
UD160.T3

Taft, Helen (Herron) 1861 - 1943.
Recollections of full years, by Mrs. William Howard Taft. New York; Dodd, Mead & company. 1914.
x, 3 p., 395 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm.
E762.1.T12

Talley, Robert, 1895 - .
One hundred years of the Commercial Appeal. The story of the greatest romance in American journalism, 1840 to 1940. Memphis; Printed at the Commericial appeal. 1940.
3 p. 1., 71 p., ix p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24 cm.
PN4899.M33C6

Tanin, O.
When Japan goes to war, by O. Tanin and E. Yohan. New York; The Vanguard press. 1936.
271 p. 21.5 cm.
HC462.T3

Tappan, Eva March, 1854 - 1930.
American hero stories. Boston, New York; Houghton Mifflin company. n.d., (c.1920).
vi, 279 p. front., illus., ports. 20 cm. (The Tappan-Kendall histories)
"Revised Edition"
E176.T171920

Tarbell, Ida Minerva, 1857 - 1944.
The life of Elbert H. Gary; the story of steel. New York, London; D. Appleton and company. 1925.
xii p., 361 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm.
HD9520.G3T3

Tarsaidze, Alexandre, 1899 - .
Czars and presidents; the story of a forgotten friendship. New York; McDowell, Obolensky. 1958.
383 p. illus. 24 cm.
E183.8.R9T3

Taylor, Henry Charles, 1873 - .
The story of agricultural economies in the United States, 1840 - 1932; men, services, ideas by Henry C. and Anne Dewees Taylor. Farm finance section by Norman J. Wall; foreword by Everett E. Edwards; indexed by Adelaide R. Hasse. Ames; Iowa State College Press. 1952.
xxvi, 1121 p. illus. 24 cm.
HD1761.T28

Taylor, Maxwell Davenport, 1901 - .
The uncertain trumpet. New York; Harper. 1960.
203 p. 22 cm.
UA23.T33

A Textbook of geology. New York, J. Wiley & sons, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, limited, 1932 - 33.
2 v. fronts., illus., diagrs. 23.5 cm.
Successor to Pirsson and Schuchart's "Textbook of geology."
Library has part 1 only of 2 vol. set.
QE26.T4

Thane, Elswyth, 1900 - .
The family quarrel; a journey through the years of the Revolution. Illustrated from Benson Lossing's Pictorial field book of the Revolution. New York; Duell, Sloan and Pearce. 1959.
308 p. illus. 22 cm.
E208.T4

Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859 - 1923.
The life and letters of John Hay. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1915.
2 v. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. 22.5 cm.
E664.H41T37

Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859 - 1923.
Theodore Roosevelt, an intimate biography. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. c.1919.
xiii p., 474 p. front. (port.) 22.5 cm. facsim.
E757.T37

Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859 - 1923.
Theodore Roosevelt, an intimate biography. Illustrated. New York; Grosset & Dunlap. n.d., 1919.
xiii p., 474 p. front. (port.) 22.5 cm. facsim.
E757.T37

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., brigadier general, United States Army. Beyond the call of duty. San Francisco; Priv. print. at the press of D. and F. Shields. 1947.
18 p. plates. 31 cm.
"Of this memorial one hundred and fifty numbered copies and three lettered copies have been done into type by hand. This is copy no. 142."
"Dedicated ... by his friend, John Francis Neylan."
E748.R68T5

Thomas, Shipley, 1892 - .
S-2 in action. Harrisburg, Pa.; The Military service publishing co. 1940.
6 p. 1., 128 p. 20 cm.
UB250.T5

Thursfield, James Richard, 1840 - .
Nelson and other naval studies. New York; E.P. Dutton and co. 1920.
xxxvii, 373 p. front., fold. pl., ports., diagrs. 22.5 cm.
This is the reissue of a book published in 1909.
DA87.1.N4T61920x

Thwing, Eugene, 1866 - .
The life and meaning of Theodore Roosevelt. New York; Current literature publishing company. 1919.
vii p., 367 p. front., pl., ports. 19 cm.
E660.R883v.4

Timmons, Bascom Nolly, 1890 - .
Garner of Texas, a personal history. New York; Harper. 1948.
294 p. illus., facsim. 21cm.
E748.G23T5

Togo, Shigenori, 1882 - 1950.
The cause of Japan; translated and edited by Togo Fumihiko and Ben Bruce Blakeney. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1956.
v, 372 p. ports. 22 cm.
Translation of Jidai no ichimen.
D742.J3T613

Tolles, Frederick Barnes, 1915 - .
George Logan of Philadelphia. New York; Oxford University Press. 1953.
xix, 362 p. illus., ports. 24 cm.
E302.6.L8T6

Tooker, Lewis Frank, 1855 - 1925.
John Paul Jones. New York; The Macmillan company. 1916.
vii, 210 p. front. (port.) plates. 18 cm. (Half-title: True stories of great Americans)
E207.J7T6

Towne, Charles Hanson, 1877 - , editor.
Roosevelt as the poets saw him; tributes from the singers of America and England to Theodore Roosevelt, edited by Charles Hanson Towne, assisted by Clara Thackeray Hillman, with an introduction by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1923.
xxii, 234 p. 19.5 cm.
E757.T74

Trefousse, Hans Louis.
Ben Butler, the South called him Beast! New York; Thwayne Publishers. 1957.
365 p. illus. 23 cm.
E467.1.B87T7

Truman, Harry S., Pres. U.S., 1884 - .
Memoirs. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1955 - 56.
2 v. 22 cm.
E814.T75

Truman, Harry S., Pres. U.S., 1884 - .
Mr. President; the first publication from the personal diaries, private letters, papers, and revealing interviews of Harry S. Truman, thirty-second President of the United States of America. By William Hillman. Pictures by Alfred Wagg. New York; Farrar, Straus and Young. 1952.
253 p. illus. (part col.) ports. (part col.) facsims. 29 cm.
E814.T7

Truman, Harry S., Pres. U.S., 1884 - .
The Truman administration, its principles and practice, edited by Louis W. Koenig. New York; New York University Press. 1956.
xii, 394 p. 25 cm.
E813.T68

Truman, Harry S., Pres. U.S., 1884 - .
Truman speaks, edited by Cyril Clemens. Introduction by Hon. Andrew J. Higgins. Webster Groves, Mo., International Mark Twain society; New York, N.Y., J.P. Didier, distributor. 1946.
128 p. incl. front. (ports.) illus. 21 cm.
Inscribed by Cyril Clemens to The Roosevelt Memorial Association and also signed by him on the title page.
E813.T7

Truman, Margaret, 1924 - .
Souvenir, Margaret Truman's own story; by Margaret Truman, with Margaret Cousins. New York; McGraw-Hill. 1956.
365 p. illus. 22 cm.
E814.1.T7

Trumbull, Benjamin, 1735 - 1820.
A general history of the United States of America; from the discovery in 1492; or, Sketches of the divine agency, in their settlement, growth, and protection; and especially in the late memorable revolution. Exhibiting a general view of the principal events, from the discovery of North America, to the year 1765. Boston; Farrand Mallory, and co. Samuel T. Armstrong, printer. 1810.
2 p. 1., iii - vii, 9-442 p. 22.5 cm.
From the library of Oscar Solomon Straus, the United States Secretary of Commerce and Labor for President Theodore Roosevelt from 1906 to 1909.
E188.T86

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891 - .
The art of politics, as practiced by three great Americans: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Luis Munoz Marin, and Fiorello H. La Guardia. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1958.
295 p. 22 cm
JF2051.T8

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891 - .
The democratic Roosevelt; a biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday. 1957.
712 p. illus., ports. 25 cm.
E807.T76

Turner, Gaston Soulard, 1877 - .
Battle fire training, by Captain G.S. Turner and Captain J.J. Fulmer. Menasha, Wis.; Georgia Banta publishing company. 1917.
6 p. 1., 294 p. illus., pl., diagrs. 17 cm.
UD330.T86

Tuttle, Maria Jeanette Brookings, "Mrs. G.F. Tuttle," compiler and editor.
Three centuries in Champlain valley; a collection of historical facts and incidents. Tercentenary edition. Compiled and edited by Mrs. George Fuller Tuttle. Plattsburgh, N.Y.; Saranac chapter, D.A.R. 1909.
485 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 23.5cm.
F127.C62T9

U.S. Adjutant-General's Office.
Artillery circular. A-C; series of 1893, A-N. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1892-1904.
v. illus. 26-33cm.
Library has Artillery Circular no. H only.
UF7.U7H

U.S. Adjutant-General's Office.
Congressional medal of honor, the distinguished service cross and the distinguished service medal issued by the War department since April 6, 1917, up to and including General orders, no. 126, War department, November 11, 1919. Compiled in the Office of the adjutant general of the Army. 1919. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1920.
1054 p. plates. 23.5cm.
War department. Document no. 948. Office of the adjutant general.
D609.U6A6 1919.

U.S. Adjutant-General's Office.
Legislative history of the General staff of the Army of the United States (its organization, duties, pay, and allowances), from 1775-1901. Compiled and annotated under the direction of Major-General Henry C. Corbin, adjutant-general of the Army, by Raphael P. Thian, chief clerk, Adjutant-general's office. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1901.
800 p. 23.5 cm.
UB223.A382

U.S. Adjutant-General's Office.
U.S. Army register. 1802-
Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
v. annual 16-24 cm.
Library has 1900-1906, 1920-1922, and 1924-1925.
U11.U4

U.S. American Battle Monuments Commission.
A guide to the American battle fields in Europe. Prepared by the American battle monuments commission. Washington; U.S. Govt. print. off. 1927.
vi 282 p. incl. illus., ports. front., col. plates, diagrs. (6 fold. ( 3 in pocket)) 21 cm.
D528.U5

U.S. Army. A.E.F., 1917-1920.
Handbook on fire control instruments for machine guns / Ordnance department, A.E.F. n.p.; Ordnance department, A.E.F. 1918.
23 p., 17 leaves of plates ; 18.5 cm.
UF848.U55 1918x

U.S. Army. A.E.F., 1917 - 1920.
Infantry drill regulations (provisional) American expeditionary forces. 1918. Paris; Impr. E. Desfosses. 1918-19.
2 v. illus., diagrs. 17 cm.
On cover of pt. 1: Confidential.
UD160.A41918x

U.S. Army. A.E.F., 1917 - 1920. General Headquarters.
Defensive measures against gas attacks. Nancy Headquarters American expeditionary forces, France, 1917.
74 p. illus. 18.5 cm.
At head of title: Confidential. No. 253 (Revised).
UG447.6.U551917x

U.S. Army. A.E.F., 1917 - 1920. General Headquarters.
Instruction on the organization of the ground: for the use of troops of all arms: pt. 1/ Headquarters American Expeditionary Forces. Translated from the French edition of August 22, 1917. n.p., n.p. 1918.
107 p. illus., 16 cm.
At head of title: Confidential. No. 514.
UD160.U55xpt.1

U.S. Army. A.E.F., 1917 - 1920. General Staff College.
Note book for the general staff officer. In six parts. Prepared at the Army General staff college, American expeditionary forces, France. Paris; Imprimerie de Vaugirard. 1918.
151, 1 p. incl. illus., map, tables, diagrs. iv fold. pl. 17 cm.
"Professional papers of the General Staff College. A.E.F. - France."
U133.A51918

U.S. Army. Chemical Corps.
A comparative study of World War casualties from gas and other weapons. Prepared by H.L. Gilchrist, Chief, Medical Division, Chemical Warfare Service. Chemical Warfare School, Edgewood Arsenal, Md., 1928. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1928.
vi, 51 p. 6 plates. 23 cm.
UG477.U651928a

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Apparatus supplied by the Signal corps to coast artillery posts for fire control and direction. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier-General James Allen by the Electrical division, Signal office. 1906. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1906.
441 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs. 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 8)
War dept. Document no. 275. Office of Chief Signal Officer.
UF848.U61906

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Drill regulations for field companies of the Signal corps (Provisional). Washington; Govt. print. off. 1911.
xv, 275 p. illus. (incl. music), tables (1 fold.), diagrs. (1 fold.), 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 393.
UG573.A41911x

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Electrical instruments and equipments of the U.S. Signal corps. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier General A.W. Greely by Captain Edgar Russel. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1902.
159 p. illus., diagrs. 23 cm. (Its Manual no. 3)
"War department. Document no. 183. Office of the chief signal officer."
UG590.U631902

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Electrical instruments and telephones of the U.S. Signal corps. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier-General A.W. Greely. Revised 1905. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1905.
316 p. illus. 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 3)
"War department, Document no. 257. Office of the chief signal officer of the army."
UG590.U631905

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
General, property, and disbursing regulations, Signal corps, United States army. 3rd edition. Revised to include June 1, 1909. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1909.
162 p. pl., tables, diagrs. (part fold.) 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 7)
"War department Document no. 346. Office of the chief signal officer."
UG573.A291909

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Handbook of submarine cables. U.S. Signal corps. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier-General A.W. Greely by Major Edgar Russel with supplementary chapter on factory testing by Major Samuel Reber. 1905. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1905.
106 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs. 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 4)
"War department, Document no. 258, office of the chief signal officer of the army."
UG607.U51905

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Handbook of telephones of the Signal corps, U.S. army. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier General A.W. Greely, chief signal officer, U.S. Army, by Major Samuel Reber. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1904.
76 p. illus. 24 cm. (Its Signal corps manual, no. 1)
UG620.U51904x

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Manual of visual signaling of the U.S. Signal corps. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier-General A.W. Greely, chief signal officer, U.S. army, by Captain D.J. Carr, Signal corps. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1905.
207 p. illus. 19 cm. (Its Manual no. 6)
"War dept. doc. 234."
UG573.A61905

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Property and disbursing regulations, including miscellaneous general regulations, Signal corps, United States army. 2nd edition. Revised to include November 6, 1907. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1907.
163 p. incl. tables. diagrs. (part fold.) 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 7)
"War department. Document no. 309. Office of the chief signal officer."
UG573.A291907

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Regulations for the management of the U.S. military telegraph lines. Prepared under the direction of Brig. Gen. A.W. Greely by Maj. Joseph E. Maxfield, Signal corps. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1903.
76 p. 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 2)
UG603.A51903x

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Regulations for United States military telegraph lines, U.S. Signal corps. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier-General James Allen. 1909.
Washington; Govt. print. off. 1909.
94 p. 23.5 cm. (Its Manual no. 2)
"War department. Document no. 336. Office of the chief signal officer."
UG603.A51909

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Signal book, United States army. 1916. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1916.
64 p. illus., 6 pl. (5 col.) 14.5 cm.
"War department. Document no. 500. Office of the chief signal officer."
UG573.A651916

U.S. Army. Signal Corps.
Visual signaling, Signal corps, United States Army, 1910. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1910.
133 p. illus., col. pl., form, diagrs. 19 cm. (Its Manual no. 6)
"War department Document no. 366."
UG584.V5U51910

U.S. Army. Judge Advocate General.
A digest of opinions of the judge advocates general of the Army. 1912. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1912.
1103 p. 24 cm.
War department, Document no. 412.
Prepared by Capt. Charles Roscoe Howland, assistant to the judge advocate general.
UB500.51912a

U.S. Army. Philippines Division. Library.
Accessions to military information, division library. Fiscal year 1913. Manila? 1913.
57, 2 p. 21 cm.
Z955.M2877x

U.S. Army School of the Line, Fort Leavenworth. Dept. of Military Art.
Map problems. Fort Leavenworth; Press of Army Service Schools. 1910-11 - 1913-14.
3 v. (Its Course in Tactics, Course in Troop leading.)
U312.U666x

U.S. Army Service Schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Studies in minor tactics. Adopted by direction of the Commandant for use in the Service schools at Fort Leavenworth. Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 1908.
237 p. illus. maps (part fold.) 21 cm.
U167.U58411908x

U.S. Army Staff College, Fort Leavenworth.
Cases on military law, compiled by the Staff class, 1909-10. Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 1910.
3 p. 1., 209 p. 20.5 cm.
"The selection of cases and their revision is entirely the work of Captain Charles E. Stodter." - Foreword.
UB500.A431910

U.S. Army War College. Historical Section.
Order of battle of the United States land forces in the World War. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1931-49.
3 v. in 4. fold. col. maps, tables. 24 cm.
Library has vol. 1 only of 3 vol. set.
Vol. 1 issued as War Dept. Document no. 23a, Office of the Adjutant General.
D570.A353

U.S. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors.
Transportation on the Great lakes. (Revised 1930) Prepared by the Board of engineers for rivers and harbors, War department, and the Bureau of operations, United States Shipping board. Washington; U.S. Govt. print. off. 1930.
xi, 423 p. incl. tables, diagrs. front., plates, maps, chart. 24 cm. (Its Transportation series, no. 1)
HE629.A61930

U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel.
Register of commissioned and warrant officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. 1814 - . Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
v. 16-30 cm.
Library has 1871 - 1894.
V11.U4

U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel.
Regulations governing the organization and administration of the Naval reserve force, 1917. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1918.
39 p. 23 cm.
VA80.A551917

U.S. Cavalry School, Fort Riley, Kan.
Report.
Fort Riley.
v. illus. 19-21 cm. annual.
Library has 1911.
U428.M7A3

U.S. Cavalry School, Fort Riley, Kan.
The Army horseshoer, 1910; a manual prepared for the use of students of the Training School for Farriers and Horseshoers by the training school instructors, Mounted Service School, Fort Riley, Kans. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1910.
104 p. illus. 15 cm. (U.S. War dept. Document no. 356. Office of the Chief of Staff)
UC643.A51910x

U.S. Commission for the Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of John Marshall.
John Marshall bicentennial celebration, 1955; final report. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1956.
x, 94 p. illus., ports. 24 cm.
KF8745.M3U53x

U.S. Congress.
Memorial addresses delivered before the two houses of Congress on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley. Prepared in accordance with concurrent resolution of Congress, and under the direction of Joint Committee on printing by Charles Rowley Cushman, clerk of Committee on printing, House of Representatives. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1903.
246 p. 3 port. 32.5 cm.
Issued also as Senate doc. 219, 57th Cong., 2nd sess.
E457.8.U56

U.S. Congress. House. Committee appointed to enquire into the spirit and manner in which the war has been waged by the enemy.
Barbarities of the enemy, exposed in a report of the Committee of the House of representatives of the United States appointed to enquire into the spirit and manner in which the war has been waged by the enemy. And the documents, accompanying said report. Troy; Printed by Francis Adancourt, Congress street, directly north of the park. 1813.
178 p. 17.5 cm.
E364.U58

U.S. Congress. House. Committee appointed to enquire into the spirit and manner in which the war has been waged by the enemy.
Report of the Committee to whom was referred so much of the message of the President of the United States, at the commencement of the session, as relates to the spirit and manner in which the war has been waged by the enemy. Washington; A. & G. Way, printers. 1813.
193 p. 21.5 cm.
E364.U57

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the invasion of Washington, 1814.
Report of the Committee appointed on the twenty-third of September last to enquire into the causes and particulars of the invasion of the city of Washington, by the British forces in the month of August, 1814. November 29, 1814. Read and committed to a committee of the whole house on Monday, the 19th of December next. Washington; A. and G. Way, Printers. 1814.
52 p. fold. tab. 21.5 cm. (13th Cong., 3rd sess. House. Doc. 24)
E356.W3U51814ax

U.S. Council of National Defense.
Council of national defense / Council of nation defense. n.p.,n.p; 1917.
14 p. 24 cm.
Includes personnel, members of the Advisory commission, names and members of subordinate committees of, and cooperating with, the Advisory commission of the Council of national defense.
D570.8.C7A6 1917bx

U.S. Dept. of State.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting communications from the American minister at Ghent, shewing the progress and state of the negotiations for Peace with Great Britain. December 1, 1814. Read and referred to the committee on foreign relations. Washington; A.&G. Way, printers. 1814.
74 p. 24 cm. (13th cong., 3rd sess. House. Doc. No. 25)
E358.U582x

U.S. Dept of State.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting communications from the plenipotentiaries of the United States, charged with negotiating peace with Great Britain; shewing the conditions on which alone that government is willing to put an end to the war. October 10, 1814. Referred to the Committee of foreign relations. Washington; A. and G. Way, printers. 1814.
26 p. 22.5 cm. (13th Cong., 3rd sess. House. Doc. 6)
Waterman pamphlets, v. 93, no. 8
E358.U58 1814ax

U.S. Dept. of State.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of the instructions given to the ministers of the United States appointed to negotiate a peace with Great Britain. October 14, 1814. Read and referred to the Committee of foreign relations. Washington city; Printed by R.C. Weightman. 1814.
47 p. 21 cm. (13th Cong. 3rd sess. House. Doc. 8)
E358.U581

U.S. Field Artillery Board, Fort Riley.
Gunnery and explosives for field artillery officers. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1911.
101 p. tab., diagrs. 14.5cm.
War dept. doc. no. 391.
UF800.W6

U.S. George Washington Bicentennial Commission.
Activities of the commission and complete - final report of the United States George Washington bicentennial commission. Washington D.C.; United States George Washington bicentennial commission. 1932.
xxiv, 680 p. illus. (incl. ports., map) facsims. 31.5x24 cm.
Volume v of the "complete series of report volumes".
E312.6.U43

U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth.
Notes. Fort Leavenworth; Staff college press. 1904-1905.
1 v. (various pagings) illus. 19.5 cm.
U415.N6x

U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth.
Roster of officers and troops on duty at Infantry and cavalry school, signal school, and staff college; the Post of Fort Leavenworth, and U.S. Mil. Prison. April, 1906. Fort Leavenworth; Staff College press. 1906.
28 p. port., map. 20 cm.
U415.L 1 A4x

U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth. Dept. of Engineering.
Manual of military field engineering for the use of officers and troops of the line. Prepared at the United States infantry and cavalry school by the Department of engineering. 3rd edition, revised by Capt. Wm. D. Beach, First Lieut. E. A. Root, First Lieut. T. H. Slavens. Kansas City, Mo., The Hudson-Kimberly publishing co.; London, W. H. Allen & co. (limited) 1897.
282 p. incl. 1 illus., 60 pl. (incl. diagrs.) 17.5 cm.
UG360.U576 1897

U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth. Dept. of Engineering.
Manual of military field engineering for the use of officers and troops of the line. Prepared at the United States infantry and cavalry school by the Department of engineering. 9th edition, revised by Major Wm. D. Beach, Major E.A. Root, Major T.H. Slavens. Kansas City, Mo.; The F.H. Hudson publishing co. 1907.
294 p. illus., diagrs. 17.5 cm.
UG360.U585
U.S. Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA.
Scouting and patrolling. Fort Benning, Ga.; The Infantry School press. 1922.
217 p. illus. 23cm.
U220.U682x

U.S. Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board.
Report of the United States Interdepartmental social hygiene board for the fiscal year ended June 30,1920-22. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1920-22.
3 v. maps, tables. 25 cm.
Library has 1920 only.
RC201.5.A1A33

U.S. International Development Advisory Board.
Partners in progress; a report to President Truman. Foreword by Nelson A. Rockefeller. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1951.
v, 120 p. maps, diagrs. 24 cm.
HC60.U5 1915ld

U.S. Laws, statutes, etc.
Military laws of the United States (Army); 1897-
Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
v. 24 cm.
Prepared in the office of the Judge Advocate General of the Army.
Library has 1901 only.
KF7305.A33 1897etc.x

U.S. Laws, statutes, etc.
Trading with the enemy act, October 6, 1917=An act to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes / U.S. Laws, statutes, etc. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1917.
18 p. ; 24 cm.
"Public - No.91-65th Congress."
JX5270.U6 1917hx

U.S. Laws, statutes etc., 1915-1916 (64th Cong. 1st sess.)
The national defense act approved June 3, 1916, as amended by Act approved August 29, 1916; Act approved July 9, 1918; Act approved February 28, 1919; Act approved July 11, 1919; Act approved September 29, 1919; Act approved June 4, 1920. June 1920. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1920.
64 p. incl. tab. 23 cm.
UB500.A3 1920

U.S. Library of Congress. General Reference and Bibliography Division.
Presidential inaugurations; a selected list of references. Washington. 1949.
58 p. 26 cm.
Z1249.P7U6 1949

U.S. Library of Congress. General Reference and Bibliography Division.
Presidential inaugurations; a supplementary list of references, 1949-1952. Washington. 1952.
vii, 18 p. 26 cm.
Z1249.P7U6 1952

U.S. Library of Congress. Manuscript division.
Calendar of the correspondence of George Washington, commander in chief of the Continental army, with the Continental congress. Prepared from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress by John C. Fitzpatrick, Division of manuscripts. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1906.
741 p. front., facsims. 27.5 cm. (On cover: Washington papers, I)
Z6616.W3U47

U.S. Library of Congress. Manuscript division.
Calendar of the correspondence of George Washington, commander in chief of the Continental army, with the officers. Prepared from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress by John C. Fitzpatrick, Division of manuscripts. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1915.
4 v. front. (facsim.) 27 cm. (On cover: Washington papers 2)
Z6616.W3U48

U.S. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.
Calendar of the papers of Franklin Pierce, prepared from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress by W.L. Leech. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1917.
102 p. 25 cm.
Completed, revised, edited, and indexed by Mr. John C. Fitzpatrick, first assistant in the Manuscript division of the Library of Congress.
Z6616.P54U5

U.S. Library of Congress. Manuscript division.
Calendar of the papers of Martin Van Buren, prepared from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress, by Elizabeth Howard West, Division of manuscripts. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1910.
757 p. front. (port.) 26.5 cm.
Z6616.V33U5

U.S. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.
Papers of James Monroe, listed in chronological order from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress. Compiled under the direction of Worthington Chauncey Ford, chief, division of manuscripts. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1904.
114 p. front. (facsim., 12 p.) 27 cm.
"The list was prepared by Mr. Wilmer Ross Leech, of the Division of manuscripts."
Z6621.U58M6

U.S. Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission.
Lincoln day by day; a chronology, 1809-1865. Earl Schenck Miers, editor-in-chief. Washington. 1960.
3 v. 24 cm.
Library has vols. 1 and 2 only of 3 vol. set.
E457.U66

U.S. National Museum.
Annual report. 1887/88-1963/64. Washington; Smithsonian Institution.
77 v. in 67. illus. 24 cm.
Library has 1917 and 1918 only.
Q11.U52

U.S. National Museum.
Annual report of the Board of regents of the Smithsonian institution. Report of the U.S. National museum. 1881-1925. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1883-1926.
45 v. illus., plates (part col., part fold.) ports., maps, plans, facsims., tables 23.5 cm.
Library has 1903 and 1904 only.
Q11.U5

U.S. National museum.
Proceedings. Washington; U.S. Govt. print. off. 1879 - 19.
v. illus., plates, maps, diagrs. 23.5 cm.
Library has vols. 29 and 30 only.
Q11.U55

United States. Naval Institute, Annapolis.
Proceedings. October, 1923. Menasha, Wisc. 1923.
1601 - 1769, vi-vii, 1-17 p. illus. 23 cm. (v. 49, no. 10, while no.248)
"With this issue of the Proceedings, the United States Naval Institute celebrates its fiftieth anniversary."
V411.U5x

U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General.
Court-martial orders. 19 - June 1951. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
v. 18-20 cm.
Superseded by Court-martial reports; holdings and decisions of the Judge Advocates General.
Library has no. 88, 1917 - no. 48, 1918 only.
VB803.A27

U.S. Navy Dept.
Charts of naval districts for naval communications and enrollment in the naval reserve force. Washington. 1917.
9 p. illus. maps, tables. 26x37 cm.
"Confidential."
VA62.U5x

U.S. Navy Dept.
General orders of the Navy Department. Series of 1913. (Orders remaining in force up to March 1, 1917). Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1917.
1 v. (unpaged) 21 cm.
VB365.A21913x

U.S. Office of Education.
Survey of land-grant colleges and universities, directed by Arthur J. Klein, chief, Division of collegiate and professional education, Office of education. Washington; U.S. Govt. print. off. 1930.
2 v. tables, charts. 23 cm. (Bureau of education. Bulletin, 1930, no. 9)
At head of title: United States. Department of the interior. Ray Lyman Wilbur, secretary. Office of education. William John Cooper, commissioner.
Library has v. 2 only.
S533.A41930c

U.S. Ordinance Dept.
Automatic rifle (Browning) model of 1918. Service handbook. Prepared in the office of the chief of ordinance. Revised March, 1921. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1921.
89 p. illus. 23 cm.
War department. Document no. 845. Office of the adjutant general.
The following pamphlet supersedes all other publications on the same subject issued prior to this date.
UD395.B8U61921

U.S. Ordinance Dept.
Description and rules for the management of the U.S. magazine rifle and carbine. Calibre .30. (Three plates) Washington; Govt. print. off. 1898.
62 p. illus., plates (3 fold.) 23.5 cm.
UD395.U6A231898x

U.S. Ordinance Dept.
Description and rules for the management of the United States rifle, caliber .30, model of 1903. March 3, 1904. Revised April 18, 1906. Revised Feb. 14, 1908. Revised April 2, 1909. Revised Oct. 17, 1911. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1911.
72 p. 3 pl. (part fold.) 23.5 cm.
No. 1923.
UD395.U6A231911x

U.S. Ordinance Dept.
Elementary optics and applications to fire control instruments. Prepared under the direction of the chief of ordinance, May, 1921. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1922.
106 p. illus., diagrs. 23.5 cm.
At head of title: War dept. doc. no. 1065.
UF848.U61922

U.S. Ordinance Dept.
Report of the chief of ordinance. Washington; Govt. print. off. 18-19.
v. plates, plans, diagrs. 23 cm.
Library has 1904 only.
UF23.A2

U.S. Pay Dept. (War Dept.)
Manual. June 30, 1863 - . Washington; Govt. Print. Off.
v. 19-24 cm.
Library has 1910 only.
UC72.A4

U.S. Pay Dept. (War Dept.)
Manual for the Pay department. Revised to include August 20, 1902. Compiled by Col. C.C. Sniffen, by direction of the Paymaster general, U.S. Army. Published by authority of the secretary of war, for use in the Army of the United States. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1902.
123 p. 23 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 170.
UC72.A31902x

United States. President.
A compilation of the messages and papers of the presidents, 1789-1902, 5, by James D. Richardson. New York; Bureau of National Literature and Art. 1907.
11 v. illus., plates, ports. 25 cm.
J81.B96bx

U.S. President, 1901 - 1909 (Roosevelt).
A compilation of the messages and speeches of Theodore Roosevelt, 1901 - 1905. Edited by Alfred Henry Lewis. Washington, D.C.; Bureau of National Literature and Art. 1906.
2 vols. plates.
J81.C06

U.S. President.
Presidential messages and state papers; being the epoch-marking national documents of all the presidents from George Washington to Woodrow Wilson, collected and arranged, with brief biographical sketches, edited by Julius W. Muller; with an introduction by Albert Shaw. New York; The Review of reviews company. 1917.
10 v. fronts., plates, ports. 19 cm.
Library has v. 9 only.
J81.C17

U.S. President, 1809 - 1817 (Madison)
Message from the President of the United States, to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the first session of the thirteenth congress. May 25, 1813. Referred to a committee of the whole house on the state of the union. Washington; A. & G. Way, printers. 1813.
8 p. 23 cm.
E358.U592x

U.S. President, 1901 - 1909 (Roosevelt)
Message of the President of the United States communicated to the two houses of Congress. Washington; Govt. print. off. 19
v. 23 cm.
Library has 1901, 1903, 1904, 1906, and 1907 only.
J82.C9x

U.S. President, 1901 - 1909 (Roosevelt)
Special message of the President of the United States, communicated to the two houses of Congress on January 31, 1908 (First session of the Sixtieth Congress). Washington; Govt. print. off. 1908.
1 p. 1., 81 p. 23 cm. (60th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 213)
HD2775.A41908

U.S. President, 1901 - (Roosevelt)
Special message of the President of the United States, communicated to the two houses of Congress on April 14, 1908 (First session of the Sixtieth Congress). Washington; Govt. print. off. 1908.
1 p. 1., 4 p. 23 cm. (60th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 436)
VA53.A71908

U.S. President, 1901 - (Roosevelt)
Special message of the President of the United States communicated to the two houses of Congress on April 27, 1908 (First session of the Sixtieth Congress). Washington; Govt. print. off. 1908.
1 p. 1., 24 p. 23 cm. (60th Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. 895)
HD2775.A41908b

U.S. President's Committee on Civil Rights
To secure these rights, the report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1947.
xii, 178 p. illus., maps. 25 cm.
Charles E. Wilson, chairman.
JC599.U5A32 1947ax

U.S. Quartermaster Corps.
Manual for the Quartermaster corps, United States army. 1916. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1917.
2v. illus., col. fold. maps, tables(part fold.) diagrs.(part fold.) forms. 23.5cm.
War dept. doc. no. 562.
UC32.A4 1916

U.S. Quartermaster's Dept.
Manual of instructions for quartermasters serving in the field, prepared under the direction of M. I. Ludington, by Daniel E. McCarthy, assistant quartermaster, U.S. Army. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1900.
191 p. illus., plan. 19cm.
UC32.A44

U.S. Quartermaster's Dept.
Manual of pack transportation by Mr. H. W. Daly, chief packer, under direction of the quartermaster-general, U.S. army. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1910.
242 p. illus., pl., diagrs. 23.5cm.
War dept. doc. 360.
UC303.A3 1910

U.S. Quartermaster's Dept.
Uniforms of the United States Army. (1st-2nd ser.) New York; T. Yoseloff (c1959-60)
2 v. illus., col. plates. ports. 44 cm.
Library has vol. 1 only of 2 vol. set.
UC483.A35 1959

U.S. School of the Line, Fort Leavenworth.
Tactical principles and decisions. Prepared by the School of the line, the General service schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1920. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; The General service schools press. 1920.
2 v. illus., maps, plans, tables (part fold.) and portfolio of 12 fold. pl. (maps, plans) 24cm.
U165.U6 1920

U.S. School of the Line, Fort Leavenworth.
General tactical functions of larger units, prepared by the School of the line, the General service schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kas. 1920. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; The General service schools press. 1920.
vii, 175 p. 5 fold. maps (in pocket) diagrs. 23 cm.
U165.U6 1920a

U.S. Subsistence Dept.
Manual for army bakers. 1910. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1910.
89 p. illus., diagrs. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. 358.
UC723.A4 1910

U.S. Subsistence Dept.
Manual for army cooks. 1910. Washington; Govt. print off. 1910.
185 p. illus., tab., diagr. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 379.
TX821.U6 1910x

U.S. Subsistence Dept.
Manual for the Subsistence department, United States army. Washington; Govt. print. off. 18
v. 23.5 cm.
Library has 1898, 1902, and 1910 only.
UC42.A2

U.S. Surgeon-General's Office.
Manual for the medical department, United States Army. Washington; Govt. print. off. 1896-19
v. 19-23.5 cm.
Library has 1902 and 1911 only.
UH223.A25

U.S. Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
A compilation on the life and career of Theodore Roosevelt, relating to the celebration in 1958 of the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1958.
x, 49 p. illus. 24 cm. (85th cong., 2nd sess. Senate. Document no. 82)
E757.U53

U.S. Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
Final report relating to a celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1958, pursuant to Public law 183, of the Eighty-fourth Congress. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1959.
ix, 219 p. illus. 24 cm. (86th Cong., 1st sess. Senate Document no. 36)
E757.U534

U.S. Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
Interim report of the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission relating to a celebration in 1958 of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Theodore Roosevelt, pursuant to Public Law 183 of the eighty-fourth Congress.
iii, 22 p. 24 cm. (85th Congress, 1st sess. Senate. Document no. 53)
E757.U533x

U.S. Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
Report relating to a celebration in 1958 of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Theodore Roosevelt, made pursuant to Public law 183, of the Eighty-fourth Congress. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1956.
iii, 12 p. illus. 24 cm. (84th Cong., 2nd sess. Senate. Document no. 102)
E757.U54

U.S. War Dept.
Annual report of the secretary of war. Washington; Govt. Print. Off.
v. fold. maps, fold. diagrs. 23 cm.
Library has 1929 only.
UA24.A11

U.S. War Dept.
Army regulations.
Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 19.
v. illus. 23-25 cm.
UB500.9.A4

U.S. War Dept.
Automatic rifle marksmanship. April, 1920. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1920.
18 p. illus. (incl. forms, diagrs.) 23 cm.
War department. Document no. 1011. Office of the Adjutant general.
UD333.U555 1920x

U.S. War Dept.
Battle participation of organizations of the American expeditionary forces in France, Belgium and Italy. 1917-1918. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1920.
x, 3-106 p. 23.5 cm.
D570.2.A5 1918

U.S. War Dept.
Compilation of general orders, circulars, and bulletins issued between February 15, 1881, and December 31, 1915. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1916.
669 p. 21 cm.
1916 supplement ... containing general orders and bulletins of 1916 and certain orders of previous years. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1917.
123 p. 20 cm.
UB502.A5 1916

U.S. War Dept.
Drill regulations and outlines of first aid, for the Hospital corps, United States army. Revised 1908. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1908.
165 p. illus. 15 cm.
War department; office of the surgeon general. War dept. doc. no. 315.
UH483.A2 1908

U.S. War Dept.
Drill regulations for field artillery, United States Army. (Provisional) Washington; Govt. Print. Off.
v. illus. 14.5 cm.
War dept. Document no. 254. Office of chief of staff.
Library has 1911 only.
UF403.A3

U.S. War Dept.
Drill regulations for mountain artillery (Provisional) United States army, 1908. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1908.
196 p. illus. 15 cm.
War dept. doc. No. 328
UF443.A3x

U.S. War Dept.
Field service regulations, United States army; prepared by the general staff, under the direction of the chief of staff … published by authority of the secretary of war. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1905.
1 p. l., 217 p. diagrs. 15 cm.
War dept. doc. 241.
U173.A5 1905x

U.S. War Dept.
Field service regulations, United States army, 1913. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1913.
297 p. col. pl., forms, diagrs. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 363.
U173.A5 1913x

U.S. War Dept.
Field service regulations, United States army. 1914, corrected to July 1, 1914. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1914.
224, 3p., 2, 5, p. illus., col. plates. 14.5 cm.
War dept. Document no. 475. Office of the chief of staff.
U173.A5 1914c

U.S. War Dept.
Firing regulations for small arms for the United States army and the organized militia of the United States. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1904.
233 p. incl. illus., forms (part fold.) plates. 19.5 cm.
UD333.A2 1904

U.S. War Dept.
Infantry drill regulations. (Provisional) 1919, United States army. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1919.
189 p. diagrs. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 953. Office of the adjutant general.
"Prepared at Headquarters, American expeditionary forces in France."
UD160. A4 1919b

U.S. War Dept.
Infantry drill regulations, United States army. Revised 1904. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1904.
245 p. illus. 14 cm.
War department, Document no. 229. Office of the chief of staff.
UD160.A5 1904

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, and of procedure under military law. Revised in the Judge-advocate-general's office, and published by authority of the secretary of war, for use in the army of the United States. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1898.
171 p. incl. forms. 19 cm.
"Second edition, 1898"
War department, document no. 77. Office of the Judge-advocate general.
UB853.A3 1898

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, courts of inquiry, and retiring boards, and of other procedure under military law. Revised in the Judge-advocate general's office, and published by authority of the secretary of war, for the use in the army of the United States. Revised and edited 1901. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1901.
210 p. 18.5 cm.
War department. Doc. no. 140. Office of the judge-advocate general.
UB853.A3 1901

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, courts of inquiry, and retiring boards, and of other procedure under military law. Revised in the Judge-advocate general's office, and published by authority of the secretary of war, for use in the army of the United States. Revised and edited, 1905. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1905.
220 p. incl. forms. 19cm.
War department, document no. 255. Office of the Judge-advocate general.
UB853.A3 1905

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, courts of inquiry, and retiring boards, and of other procedure under military law. Revised in the Judge-advocate general's office, and published by authority of the secretary of war, for use in the army of the United States. Revised and edited 1908 (corrected to August, 1910) Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1910.
233 p. incl. forms. 17 cm.
War dept. doc. No. 370.
UB853.A3 1910

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial. Revised in the Office of the judge advocate general of the army, and published by direction of the President. Effective February 4, 1921. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1920.
xxvi, 485, 486a, 487-806 p. incl. forms. 23.5 cm.
War document. Document no. 1053. Office of the judge advocate general.
UB853.A3 1920

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, U.S. Army. Revised in the office of the judge advocate general of the army and published by direction of the President. Effective April 1, 1928. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1927.
ix, 341 p. 23.5 cm.
War department. Document no. 14a. Office of the judge advocate general.
Date on cover: 1928.
UB853.A3 1928

U.S. War Dept.
A manual for courts-martial, U.S. Army. Revised in the office of the judge advocate general of the Army and published by direction of the President. Effective April 1, 1928. Corrected to include sec. III, Cir. No. 42, W.D., 1928. Washington; U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1936.
ix, 341 p. 23 cm.
War department. Document no. 14a. Office of the judge advocate general.
Date on cover: 1928.
UB853.A3 1928a

U.S. War Dept.
Manual of guard duty, United States army. Approved January 7, 1893. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1893.
vi, 78 p. 12.5 cm.
U190.U58 1893

U.S. War Dept.
Manual of physical training for use in the United States Army. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1914.
335 p. illus. 14.5 cm.
War department doc. no. 436.
U323.A5 1914

U.S. War Dept.
Military protection, United States guards. The use of organized bodies in the protection and defense of property during riots, strikes, and civil disturbances. Corrected to July 15, 1919. War plans division, October, 1918. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1919.
87 p. diagrs. 19.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 882. Office of the adjutant-general.
U233.A17 1919

U.S. War Dept.
The official atlas of the Civil War. Introduced by Henry Steele Commager. New York; T. Yoseloff. 1958.
8 p., facsim.: 29 p., 175 plates (incl. illus. (part col.) maps (part col.) plans) 45 cm.
Original title page reads: Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies.
G1201.S5U6 1958

U.S. War Dept.
Pistol marksmanship. November, 1920. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1921.
92 p. illus., diagrs. 23 cm.
War dept. Document no. 1050. Office of the adjutant general.
UD410.U5 1 1920

U.S. War Dept.
Protection against gas. Prepared by the War department with the assistance and advice of other federal agencies. December, 1941. Washington D.C.; United States Office of civilian defense. 1941.
vi, 75 p. illus., fold. pl. (in pocket) 23.5 cm.
UG447.U65 1941

U.S. War Dept.
Provisional machine-gun firing manual. 1917. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1917.
288 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs. 14.5x11.5 cm.
War dept. Document no. 615.
UF620.A2U4 1917

U.S. War Dept.
Provisional regulations for saber exercise, United States army. Revised 1908. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1908.
49 p. illus. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 326.
UE423.A3 1908x

U.S. War Dept.
Provisional small arms firing manual, for the United States army and for the organized militia of the United States. 1909. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1909.
263 p. illus. plans. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 338.
UD333.A2 1909.

U.S. War Dept.
Regulations for field maneuvers, United States army, 1910. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1910.
27 p. 14.5 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 367.
U253.A3 1910.

U.S. War Dept.
Regulations for the army of the United States, 1895, with appendixes nos. 1 and 2, separately indexed, showing changes to January 1, 1900, and appendix no. 3 (pages 337 to 390), showing changes to October 1, 1900. Also, memorandum of paragraphs changed (pages 391 to 395) to October 1, 1900. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1900.
vii, 475 p. 24 cm.
UB501 1900a

U.S. War Dept.
Regulations for the army of the United States. 1901. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1901.
vii, 301 p. 23.5 cm.
UB501 1901

U.S. War Dept.
Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1913, corrected to April 15, 1917 (Changes nos. 1 to 55) Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1917.
416 p. 23.5 cm.
War department. Document no. 454.
UB501 1917

U.S. War Dept.
Regulations for the organized militia, under the Constitution and the laws of the United States. 1910. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1911.
174 p. 23.5 cm.
War dept., Document 365. Division of militia affairs.
UB503.A4 1910.

U.S. War Dept.
Rifle marksmanship. June, 1920. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1921.
162 p. illus. (incl. forms, diagrs.) 23 cm.
War department. Document no. 1021. Office of the adjutant general.
UD330.U55 1920

U.S. War Dept.
Small arms firing manual, 1913. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1914.
250 p. ind. Illus., tables, diagrs., fold. plates. 14 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 442. Office of the chief of staff.
UD333.A2 1914x

U.S. War Dept.
Troops in campaign. Regulations for the Army of the United States. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1892.
54 p. plate. 13 cm.
U173.A5 1892

U.S. War Dept.
United States army transport service regulations, 1908. Published by authority of the secretary of war. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1908.
59 p. 23.5 cm.
War dept. doc. 308.
UC273.A2 1908x

U.S. War Dept. General staff.
Manual for the Quartermaster's department, United States army, 1904. Prepared by the General staff under the direction of the chief of staff, U.S. army. Published by authority of the secretary of war. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1904.
210 p. incl. tables. 23. 5 cm.
War dept. Document no. 232. Office of the chief of staff.
UC32.A4 1904

U.S. War Dept. General staff.
Rules of land warfare. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1914.
221 p. incl. forms, tables. 17 cm.
War dept., Document no. 467. Office of the chief of staff.
JX4521.U3 1914

U.S. War Dept. General staff.
Tables of organizations (based on Field service regulations, 1914) United States Army, 1914. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1914.
80 p. tables (part fold.) 30 cm.
UA42.A3 1914ax

U.S. War Dept. General staff.
The war with Germany; a statistical summary, by Leonard P. Ayres, chief of the Statistics branch of the General staff. 2nd edition, with data revised to August 1, 1919. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1919.
154 p. incl. illus. (maps) tables, diagrs. 23.5 cm.
D570.1.A5 1919a

U.S. War Industries Board. Clearance Committee.
Clearance list/ War industries board clearance committee. n.p., n.p. 1917.
10 p. 24 cm.
HC106.2.A3 1917x

United States Infantry Association.
Army regulations, applicable to individual officers and the administration of units of the army. Washington; United States Infantry Association. 1923.
vii, 716 p. 23.5 cm.
UB501 1923b

United States Infantry Association.
The infantry score book (based on "Rifle marksmanship"). Washington; United States Infantry Association. 1921.
120 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs. 10x14.5 cm.
UD333.U6 1921

United States Infantry Association.
Soldiers handbook; U.S. infantry association. Washington; United States Infantry Association. 1921.
411 p. illus. 14.5 cm.
U113.U5

United States Infantry Association.
Training regulations (no. 420-105) combat principles; the rifle squad, the rifle section, the rifle platoon, prepared at the Infantry school. Washington; United States Infantry Association. 1923.
177 p. illus., diagrs. 14 cm.
UD160.U53

United States Power Squadrons.
Handbook and roster (1st - 1941-1942-). Englewood, N.J.?
v. 23 cm.
Library has 1941-42 only.
GV825.U57

Upton, Emory, 1839-1881.
The military policy of the United States. By Brevet Major General Emory Upton, United States army. 3rd impression. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1911.
1 p. l., xxiii, 495 p. fold. maps. 24 cm.
War dept. doc. no. 290.
Edited by Joseph P. Sanger, assisted by William D. Beach and Charles D. Rhodes, of the Military information division of the General staff, from an unpublished manuscript to which General Upton had devoted the last years of his life.
UA23.U75

Usher, Roland Greene, 1880-
Pan-Germanism, by Roland G. Usher. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1913.
vii, 1 p., 313, 1 p., 1 I. 21 cm.
DD119.U7

Valpey, Joseph, 1792-1816.
Journal of Joseph Valpey, jr., of Salem, November, 1813 - April, 1815, with other papers relating to his experience in Dartmoor prison. Detroit; Michigan society of colonial wars. 1922.
vii, 71 p. front. (facsim.) 23.5 cm.
Three hundred copies printed. This is no. 189.
Prepared for publication by the Burton historical collection, Detroit public library.
The writer sailed in "the privateer schooner Herald, of New York."
E362.V21

Van Deusen, Glyndon Garlock, 1897 -
The Jacksonian era, 1828 - 1848. New York; Harper. 1959.
291 p. illus. 22 cm. (The New American Nation series)
E338.V2

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem, 1882 - 1944, editor.
The songs America sings, by Hendrik Willem van Loon and Grace Castagnetta. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1939.
96 p. incl. col. front., illus. (part col.) 31 x 23 cm.
M1629.V28S6

Verdy du Vernois, Julius Adrian Friedrich Wilhelm von, 1832 - 1910.
A simplified war game, by General Verdy du Vernois. Translated from the French and arranged for American students by Captain Eben Swift. Kansas City, Mo.; Hudson-Kimberly publishing co. 1897.
115 p. 17.5 cm.
U310.V5

Verdy du Vernois, Julius Adrian Friedrich Wilhelm von, 1832 -
A tactical ride by General I. von Verdy du Vernois, chief of staff, 1st Prussian army corps. Translated by Major Eben Swift, 12th Cavalry. Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 1906.
96 p. fold. map. 15.5 cm.
UE158.V47x

Verner, Coolie.
Mr. Jefferson distributes his Notes; a preliminary check-list of the first edition. New York; New York Public Library. 1952.
31 p. 26 cm.
"Reprinted from the Bulletin of the New York Public Library of April 1952."
Z8452.V42

Veterans of foreign wars of the United States.
Constitution, by-laws, rules and regulations; Veterans of foreign wars of the United States as amended to August 31st, 1928. Kansas City, Kansas. 1928.
93 p. 15.5 cm.
E181.V4761928x

Vrooman, Frank Buffington, 1862 -
Theodore Roosevelt, dynamic geographer, based on a lecture delivered to the School of geography, Oxford university, March 8, 1909. London, New York; H. Frowde. 1909.
105 p. 23 cm.
HC106.V8

Wagenknecht, Edward Charles, 1900 -
The seven worlds of Theodore Roosevelt. New York; Longmans, Green. 1958.
xvii, 325 p. port. 22 cm.
E757.W14

Wagner, Arthur Lockwood, 1853 - 1905.
Organization and tactics. 5th edition. Officially recommended from the headquarters of the army to officers subject to examination for promotion. Kansas City, Mo., Hudson-Kimberly publishing co.; London, W.H. Allen & co. (limited). 1897.
xxi, 551 p. illus. (map) diagrs. 22 cm.
U102.W153

Wagner, Arthur Lockwood, 1853 - 1905.
The service of security and information. 10th edition, revised in the light of recent American campaigns. Kansas City; Hudson-Kimberly publishing co. 1903.
244 p. front., plan, diagrs. 22 cm.
"Officially adopted by the War department as a manual of instruction."
U220.W21903x

Wagner, Arthur Lockwood, 1853 - 1905.
The service of security and information. 7th edition. Kansas City, U.S.A., Hudson-Kimberley publishing co.; London, W.H. Allen & Co. (Limited). 1899, c.1896.
291 p. incl. col. front., illus., xv pl. (1 fold.)
U220.W21899x

Walke, Willoughby.
Course of instructions for artillery gunners; gunpowder and high explosives. Revised December 5, 1902. Adjutant General's office. 1902. Washington; G.P.O. 1903.
57 p. (Artillery Circular B. 1902) (War Department Document No. 184)
Bound with: Course of Instructions for artillery gunners. Mathematics. By Arthur Murray. Washington; G.P.O. 1893.
UF7.U7H

Wall, Joseph Frazier.
Henry Watterson, reconstructed rebel. With an introduction by Alben W. Barkley. New York; Oxford University Press. 1956.
362 p. illus. 24 cm.
PN4874.W3W3 1956

Walworth, Arthur Clarence, 1903-
Woodrow Wilson. New York; Longmans Green. 1958.
2 v. ports. 24 cm.
E767.W34

Ward, Elijah, 1816-1882.
Speeches on commercial, financial and other subjects. New York; G.W. Carleton & co. 1877.
320 p. front. (port.) 23.5 cm.
E660.W26

Washburn, Charles Grenfill, 1857-1928.
Theodore Roosevelt; the logix of his career. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1916.
5p. l., 245, 1p. front., ports, double facsim. 20 cm.
Autographed copy.
E757.W3

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
The diaries of George Washington, 1748-1799, edited by John C. Fitzpatrick. Published for the Mount Vernon ladies' association of the Union. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1925.
4 v. fronts. (v. l. port., v. 2-3, facsims.) map. 23 cm.
"Regents' edition."
E312.8 1748-99a

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
Friends and fellow citizens; Washington's address to the people of the United States, 1796. New York; New York Public Library. 1956.
31 p.
Printed in an edition of one hundred and fifty copies.
The final published text, as determined by George Washington after many changes and revisions has been used in this edition for the members of the Citizens advisory committee.
Preamble signed: Robert W. Hill.
With facsimile autograph: G. Washington.
E312.95 1956x

Washington, George, Pres. U.S. Journal Cleland, H.
George Washington in the Ohio Valley
E312.C62

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
The President's address to the people of the United States, September 17, 1796, intimating his resolution of retiring from public service, when the present term of presidency expires. Philadelphia; Printed for W. Young, Mills & son, no. 52, Second-street, corner of Chesnut-street. M,DCC,XCVI.
28 p. facsim. 21 cm.
Signed: G. Washington. United States, 17 September, 1796.
E312.95 1796 Ph4x

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
The Washington papers; basic selections from the public and private writings of George Washington, edited and arranged, with an introduction, by Saul K. Padover. New York; Harper. 1955.
430 p. 22 cm.
E312.72 1955

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
Washington's farewell address, in facsimile, with transliterations of all the drafts of Washington, Madison, & Hamilton, together with their correspondence and other supporting documents; edited, with a history of its origin, reception by the nation, rise of the controversy respecting its authorship, and a bibliography, by Victor Hugo Paltsits. New York; The New York public library. 1935.
xvi, 102 p., facsim. (p. 105-136), 139-360 p., front. (col. port.) facsims. 31.5 cm.
500 copies printed on all-rag paper. "This copy is number 120."
E312.95 1935

Washington, George, Pres. U.S., 1732-1799.
Washington speaks for himself, by Lucretia Perry Osborn. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1927.
xxii p., 323 p. front. (facsim.) ports., geneal. tab. 22 cm.
Extracts from his "letters, journals, diaries, addresses, messages, etc." -Preface.
Autographed copy.
E312.72 1927

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846.
A journal of a young man of Massachusetts, Benjamin Waterhouse, M.D. (1754-1846) late a surgeon, etc. Boston; Rowe & Hooper. 1816. New York; Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1911.
272 p. fold. pl. 26.5 cm. (On cover: The Magazine of history with notes and queries. Extra number - no. 18)
E362.W36 1911x

Watterson, Henry, 1840-1921.
The editorials of Henry Watterson; compiled with an introduction and notes, by Arthur Krock. New York; George H. Doran company. 1923. Louisville, Ky.; Louisville Courier-Journal Co. 1923.
x p., 13-430 p. 22.5 cm.
E661.W34

Webb, Ewing Thurston, 1892-1937.
Strategy in handling people, by Ewing T. Webb and John J. B. Morgan. Chicago; Boulton, Pierce and company. 1930.
7 p. l., 3-260 p. front., ports. 22 cm.
BF637.S8W34 1930

Wedemeyer, Albert Coady, 1896-
Wedemeyer reports! New York; Holt. 1958.
497 p. illus. 22 cm.
D743.W4

Wells, Wells, pseud.
Wilson the unknown; an explanation of an enigma of history. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1931.
viii p., 3-358 p. 21 cm.
E767.W43

Weltner, Charles Longstreet.
Southerner. Philadelphia; Lippincott. 1966.
188 p. 22 cm.
E185.61.W45

West, Richard Sedgewick, 1902-
Mr. Lincoln's navy. New York; Longmans, Green. 1957.
328 p. illus. 24 cm.
E591.W44

Westrate, Edwin Victor.
Those fatal generals. New York; Knight publications, inc. 1936.
302 p. front., ports. 21.5 cm.
E181.W47

Wharton, Don, editor, annotator.
The Roosevelt omnibus. New York; A.A. Knopf. 1934.
ix, 38, 3-174, 60, v, 1 p. incl. illus., plates (part col.) ports. (1 fold.) facsims., geneal. tables. front. 24.5 cm.
Includes articles, photographs, cartoons and caricatures.
E807.W53

Wheare, Kenneth Clinton, 1907-
Abraham Lincoln and the United States. London; Published By Hodder & Stoughton for the English Universities Press. 1948.
xiv, 286 p. port., maps (on lining-papers) 19 cm. (Teach yourself history library)
E457.W54

Wheeler, Harold Felix Baker, 1877-
War in the underseas. New York; Thomas Y. Crowell company. 1919.
319, 1 p. col. front., plates. 19.5 cm.
Printed in Great Britain.
D590.W6

Whelen, Townsend.
Suggestions to military riflemen. By Lieutenant Townsend Whelen. Kansas City, Mo.; F. Hudson publishing co. 1906.
178 p. front., illus., diagrs. 15.5 cm.
GV1177.W56

Whipple, Wayne, 1856-
The heart of Roosevelt; an intimate life-story of Theodore Roosevelt. Philadelphia, Chicago; The John C. Winston company. 1923.
256 p. front. (port.) 18 cm. (His The great-heart series)
E757.W56

Whitaker, Herman, 1867-1919.
Hunting the German shark; American navy in the underseas war. Illustrated with photographs. New York; The Century co. 1918.
6 p. l., 3-310 p. front. (port.) illus. (map) plates. 19.5 cm.
D589.U6 W6

White, Leonard Dupee, 1891-
The Federalists; a study in administrative history. New York; Macmillan Co. 1948.
xii, 538 p. 22 cm.
JK171.A1W4

White, Leonard Dupee, 1891-
The Jeffersonians; a study in administrative history, 1801-1829. New York; Macmillan. 1951.
xiv, 572 p. 22 cm.
JK180.W5

White, Leonard Dupee, 1891-
The Jacksonians; a study in administrative history, 1829-1861. New York; Macmillan. 1954.
xii, 593 p. 22 cm.
JK201.W45

White, Samuel.
History of the American troops, during the late war, under the command of Colonels Fenton and Campbell, giving an account of the crossing of the lake from Erie to Long point; also, the crossing of Niagara. The taking of Fort Erie, the battle of Chippewa, the imprisonment of Col. Bull, Major Galloway, and the author. Together with an historical account of the Canadas. Baltimore; Published by the author, B. Edes, printer. 1830. Rochester, N.Y.; C. Mann, printer. 1896.
107 p. 17 cm.
Three hundred copies reprinted for George P. Humphrey, Rochester, N.Y. 1896. This is no. 124.
Signed: G.P.H.
E361.W59

White, William Allen, 1868-1944.
The autobiography of William Allen White. New York; The Macmillan company. 1946.
7 p. l., 3-669 p. ports. 22 cm.
PN4874.W52A3

White, William Lindsay, 1900-
Bernard Baruch, portrait of a citizen. New York; Harcourt, Brace. 1950.
158 p. 21 cm.
E748.B32W48

Whitelaw, Nancy.
Theodore Roosevelt Takes Charge. Morton Grove, Illinois; Albert Whiteman & company. 1992.

Whitlock, Brand, 1869-1934.
Belgium; a personal narrative. New York; D. Appleton and company. 1919.
2 v. fronts. (ports.) 23.5 cm.
DH682.W5

Whitney, Richard Merrill, 1874-1924.
Reds in America; the present status of the revolutionary movement in the United States based on documents seized by the authorities in the raid upon the convention of the Communist party at Bridgman, Michigan, Aug. 22, 1922, together with descriptions of numerous connections and associations of the Communists among the radicals, progressives and pinks. New York City; The Beckwith press, incorporated. 1924.
287 p. col. front., plates, ports, facsims., diagr. 23.5 cm.
Introduction signed: R.M. Whitney.
Appeared in part in the Boston evening transcript.
HX61.W4

Whittaker, James C., 1901-
We thought we heard the angels sing; the complete epic story of the ordeal and rescue of those who were with Eddie Rickenbacker on the plane lost in the Pacific, by Lieutenant James C. Whittaker. Sketches and map by Gary Sheahan. New York; E.P. Dutton & co., inc. 1943.
139 p. incl. front. (map) illus., ports. 21 cm.
"Based on a series of stories first published by the Chicago tribune." - Acknowledgement.
D790.W45

Whitridge, Frederick Wallingford, 1852-1916.
Mr. Roosevelt and the presidency. By A. Spectator. New York? 1904.
cover-title, 43 p. 24.5 cm.
E758.W55x

Whitton, Mary Ormsbee.
These were the women; U.S.A. 1776-1860. New York; Hastings House. 1954.
288 p. 21 cm.
E176.W62

Wilbur, Russell Ignatius Jones.
Theodore Roosevelt; a verse sequence in sonnets and quatorzains. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1919.
xix, 40 p., 20.5 cm.
E757.W62

Whyte, James Huntington, 1909-
The uncivil war; Washington during the reconstruction, 1865-1878. New York; Twayne Publishers. 1958.
316 p. illus. 23 cm.
F198.W45

Wilder, Mrs. Eloise (Walker) 1827-1905.
A memorial of the one hundredth anniversary of the marriage of Philip Schoff and Elizabeth Ramsay, April 10, 1794, by their granddaughter Eloise (Walker) Wilder, April 10, 1894. Greenfield, Ind.; Wm. Mitchell printing co. 1922.
311 p. illus. (incl. ports., coats of arms) 20 cm.
Edited by Mrs. Fanny Ramsay (Wilder) Winchester.
CS71.S36 1922

Wiley, Bell Irvin, 1906-
The common soldier in the Civil War. New York; Grosset & Dunlap. 1958.
454, 444 p. illus. 22 cm.
Contains the author's The life of Billy Yank and The life of Johnny Reb, previously published separately.
E607.W48

Willets, Gilson, 1869-
Inside history of the White House; the complete history of the domestic and official life in Washington of the nation's presidents and their families. Beautifully illustrated with photographic reproductions. New York; The Christian herald. 1908.
492 p. incl. front., plates, ports. 20.5 cm
F204.W5W7

Williams, Henry, 1877-
The United States navy; a handbook. Illustrated from photographs. New York; H. Holt and company. 1911.
viii p., 228 p. front., illus., plates, diagrs. 19.5 cm.
VA55.W6

Williams, John S.
History of the invasion and capture of Washington, and of the events which preceded and followed. New York; Harper & brothers. 1857.
xiv, 15-371 p. front. (double map) 19 cm.
E356.W3W7

Williams, Kenneth Powers, 1887-1958.
Lincoln finds a general; a military study of the Civil War. With maps by Clark Ray. New York; Macmillan. 1949-59.
5 v. ports., maps. 22 cm.
Library has vol. 5 only of 5 vol. set.
E470.W765

Williams, Richmond B.
TR receives his summons to the presidency.
(In Bell Telephone magazine. New York, v.30 (1951)).
E757.W688x

Willis, John.
Roosevelt in the rough, by Jack Willis, as told to Horace Smith. New York; I. Washburn. 1931.
xiv, 246 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 22.5 cm.
E757.W72

Willoughby, Malcolm Francis.
The U.S. Coast Guard in World War II. Annapolis; United States Naval Institute. 1957.
xvii, 347 p. illus., ports., maps. 28 cm.
D773.W48

Wilson, Henry Braid, 1861-
Handling ships. "Notes A." Compiled by Captain H.B. Wilson, U.S. Navy. n.p.; Fleet Flagship Press. 1918.
11 p. 20.5 cm.
V113.W55x

Wilson, Woodrow, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924.
The new freedom; a call for emancipation of the generous energies of a people. New York and Garden City; Doubleday, Page & company. 1914.
viii p., 3-294 p. 19.5 cm.
Compiled by W.B. Hale from the stenographic reports of the author's campaign speeches.
Autographed copy.
JK271.W6 1914

Wilson, Woodrow, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924.
The politics of Woodrow Wilson, selections from his speeches and writings. Edited, with an introduction, by August Heckscher. New York; Harper. 1956.
xxiv, 389 p. 22 cm.
E660.W719

Wilson, Woodrow, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924.
Woodrow Wilson's own story, selected and edited by Donald Day. Boston; Little, Brown. 1952.
371 p. 23 cm.
E767.W833

Winkler, John Kennedy, 1891-
Morgan the magnificent; the life of J. Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913). New York; The Vanguard press. 1930.
4 p. l., 3-313 p. front. (port.) 23.5 cm.
CT275.M6W55 1930a

Winkler, John Kennedy, 1891-
W. R. Hearst, an American phenomenon. New York; Simon and Schuster. 1928.
7 p. l., 3-354 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 21 cm.
PN4874.H4W5

Winkler, John Kennedy, 1891-
William Randolph Hearst, a new appraisal. New York; Hastings House. 1955.
325 p. illus. 24 cm.
PN4874.H4W52

Winn, Ralph Bubrich, 1895-
A concise Lincoln dictionary: thoughts and statements. New York; Philosophical Library. 1959.
152 p. 19 cm.
E457.92 1959a

Winthrop, William Woolsey, 1831-1899.
An abridgement of military law, by Colonel W. Winthrop. 4th and revised edition. New York; J. Wiley and sons. 1899, (c1892).
459 p.
UB500.W6 1899x

Winthrop, William Woolsey, 1831-1899.
Military law and precedents. 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. Washington; Govt. Print. Off. 1920.
1111 p. 24 cm. (U.S. War Dept. Document no. 1001. Office of the Adjutant General)
UB500.W5 1920

Wisser, John Philip, 1852- , compiler.
A military and naval dictionary, compiled by Major John P. Wisser and H.C. Gauss, containing authentic and plainly-worded definitions of all terms used in the military and naval services, and brief but comprehensive definitions of the powers appertaining to each department of the U.S. government, and the duties of all government officials. New York; L. R. Hamersly company. 1905.
175 p. 20 cm.
U24.W8

Wisser, John Philip, 1852-1927.
Practical field exercises in tactics and strategy, for the use of the regular army and the militia. Kansas City, Mo.; Hudson-Kimberly publishing co. 1903.
265 p. incl. maps (part fold.) fold. diagrs. atlas of 23 fold. maps. 22.5 cm.
U102.W8

Wisser, John Philip, 1852-
The tactics of coast defense. Kansas City, Mo.; Hudson-Kimberly co. 1902.
232 p. 2 fold. plans, diagrs. 22 cm.
UG448.W55

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938.
Red men and white. New York; The Macmillan Co. 1928.
li, 345 p. front. (The Writings of Owen Wister, 1)
"New uniform edition revised and reset with preface; published, September, 1928."
PS3345.A1 1928 v.1

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938.
Roosevelt, the story of friendship, 1880-1919. New York; The Macmillan company. 1930.
v. 372 p., front., illus., plates, ports., facsims. 24.5 cm.
"Reprinted June, 1930."
E757.W8

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938.
Roosevelt, the story of friendship, 1880-1919. New York; The Macmillan Company. 1930.
v, 372 p., front., illus., pl., ports., facsims. 24.5 cm.
"Published May, 1930."
E757.W79

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938.
The Virginian, a horseman of the plains. New York; Grosset & Dunlap. 1911?.
xiv, 506 p. front., illus., plates. 19.5 cm.
PS3345.V5 1911x

Woldman, Albert A.
Lincoln and the Russians. Cleveland; World Pub. Co. 1952.
311 p. 22 cm.
E469.W6

Wolff, Theodor, 1868-1943.
The eve of 1914. Translated from the German for the first time by E. W. Dickes. New York; A. A. Knopf. 1936.
4 p. l., 7-655 p. 22.5 cm.
"First American edition."
D515.W576

Wood, Frederick S.
Roosevelt as we knew him; the personal recollections of one hundred and fifty of his friends and associates. With a prefatory note by Calvin Coolidge. Philadelphia and Chicago; The John C. Winston company. 1927.
xxi, 488 p. front., plates, ports. 22.5 cm.
E757.W86

Woodhull, Alfred Alexander, 1837-
Notes on military hygiene, for officers of the line. A syllabus of lectures formerly delivered at the U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School. 3rd edition, rewritten. 1st thousand. New York; J. Wiley & sons. 1904.
vii, 238 p. 17 cm.
RA615.W9

Woodward, William E., 1874-1950.
Meet General Grant. With twenty illustrations. New York; H. Liveright. 1928. Literary Guild.
512 p. front., plates, ports., facsim. 25 cm.
E672.W87

Wright, Esmond.
Washington and the American Revolution. New York; Macmillan co. n.d.
192 p. maps (on lining papers) 18 cm. (Teach yourself history library)
E312.25.W73

Wright, Grant.
The art of caricature. New York; The Baker Taylor co. 1904.
xvi, 180 p. front., illus. 19.5 cm.
NC1320.W83

Ybarra, Thomas Russell, 1880 -
Young man of Caracas, foreword by Elmer Davis. New York; I. Washburn, inc. 1941.
xiii p., 324 p. front., plates, ports. 22 cm.
Autobiography.
PN4874.Y2A3

Year.
Pictorial history of America, by the editors of Year; the dramatic story of the United States and Canada from the Age of Discovery to the atomic era, told in 2500 pictures, 200,000 words, and 55 historical maps in full color. Foreword by Allen Nevins. Los Angeles. 1954.
415 p. illus., ports., col. maps. 37 cm.
E178.5.Y4

Young Men's Christian Associations. International committee.
The service song book, prepared for the men of the army and navy by the International committee of Young men's Christian associations, edited by Clarence A. Barbour. New York; Association press. 1917.
232 p. 18.5 cm.
With music.
M2198.Y4B25





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