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[Medallion portraits of Christoph Jacob Trew, the Margrave of Bradenburg (the editor's patron), and Konrad Gesner above cherubs and plants; with text below] / F.F. Preifler, inv. et del. ; J.M. Seligmann, sculps. Norimb.

[Medallion portraits of Christoph Jacob Trew, the Margrave of Bradenbu...

Illus. and text in: Opera botanica / Konrad Gesner. Norimbergae : Impensis I.M. Seligmanni, Typus I.I. Fleischmanni, 1751-1771. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Libr... More

[Front page of The Boston Gazette, Nov. 26, 1787 containing letter to the editor from "A Federalist" concerning constitutional convention]
Wednesday, afternoon, April 16. This moment a kind correspondent communicated to the editor of the Morning Star, a letter from General Fisk of Salem, which he is happy in communicating to an impatient public. Ipswhich, Wednesday 11 o'clock, 1794

Wednesday, afternoon, April 16. This moment a kind correspondent commu...

Imprint 3.; Not in Ford. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 44, Folder 19.

"A Merchant" to Aurora, 1803, Clipping, Letter to Editor of Aurora on Expenses of U. S. Mint
Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen having ordered the Charge given to the Grand Jury on Monday last, to be published in the Georgia Republican, the editor felt himself bound by his duty to refuse the publication an

Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen havi...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 14, Folder 17.

James Madison to Fletcher, October 14, 1827. Addressed to the Editor of the Lynchburg Virginian.

James Madison to Fletcher, October 14, 1827. Addressed to the Editor o...

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Mr. Buchanan's statement. Extract from Gen. Jackson's second letter ... Mr. Buchanan's statement to the Editor of the Lancaster Journal ... Lancaster, 8th August, 1827. Printed at the Office of the Wheeling Gazette [1827].

Mr. Buchanan's statement. Extract from Gen. Jackson's second letter .....

Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 189, Folder 4.

James Madison to Fletcher, October 10, 1827. Addressed to the Editor of the Lynchburg Virginian.

James Madison to Fletcher, October 10, 1827. Addressed to the Editor o...

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To the editor of the National Journal. Sir: In your journal of the 7th February, you say "Mr. Whipple asked if it was to be allowed that the private character of members was to be referred to on this floor." ... Thos. Whipple. Thursday February

To the editor of the National Journal. Sir: In your journal of the 7th...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 193, Folder 2.

To the Editor of the Assembly Chamber, Albany 1836. Please send your paper, directed to a member of the Assembly, during the present session .... Clerk of Assembly. [Albany, 1836].

To the Editor of the Assembly Chamber, Albany 1836. Please send your p...

On verso: No. 12537. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 118, Folder 26a.

Bulletin by telegraph to "Union," Washington To the editor of the Union: New Orleans, Sept. 26, 1847. Sir: The J. L. Day arrived here last evening from Vera Cruz. The news by her is important. The details are meagre, and something uncertain. The

Bulletin by telegraph to "Union," Washington To the editor of the Unio...

Mexican war. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 198, Folder 28.

... To the Editor of the Vt. Journal. The following paper, prepared in reply to an article in the "WoodstockAge" of last week, grossly fale and abusive in the statements and insinuations in relation to myself, the editor of that print has though
Letters from the people For School board secretary To the editor of the Sentinel I notice that there is a friendly contest on for the appointment of a secretary of the school board in place of Henry E. Legler, who is soon to retire and engage in
Salutatory of the editor of the Norfolk Herald ... R. B. Webster. [Norfolk, Va. n. d.].

Salutatory of the editor of the Norfolk Herald ... R. B. Webster. [Nor...

0714 D 12 7 N 44. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 188, Folder 45.

Crushing out small manufacturers. Editor Boston Herald: In the debate upon the question of removing stamps from friction matches, Mr. Scheneck is reported to have said that "the manufacturers begged the committee to retain the tax ... A small fr

Crushing out small manufacturers. Editor Boston Herald: In the debate ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 81, Folder 14.

Dinsmore & Company's new and complete map of the railway system of the United States and Canada; compiled from official sources, under the direction of the editor of the "American Railway Guide."

Dinsmore & Company's new and complete map of the railway system of the...

Map of the eastern United States to about the 96th Meridian showing operating and projected railroads. Scale ca. 1:5,200,000. Inset: City of New York [showing the Harlem R.R.] 18 x 15 cm. LC also has 1854 editi... More

The truth. Citizens of Washington, and especially the voters ... James Robertson, of New York, Editor of the Truth. [Washington, D. C. 1851].

The truth. Citizens of Washington, and especially the voters ... James...

The truth. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 3 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 200, Folder 20. Copy... More

Nominations of the do-nothings of Washington, for 1856. for Mayor. Jas. Robertson, Editor of the Truth. For assessors Ham Hughes. For Common Council George Turner, George Longdon, John McDevitt. For the Board of aldermen. Bill Porter. Beau Hickm

Nominations of the do-nothings of Washington, for 1856. for Mayor. Jas...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 201, Folder 36.

Map of all the railroads in the United States in operation and progress; drawn and engraved under direction of the editor of the American railroad journal.

Map of all the railroads in the United States in operation and progres...

Map of the eastern United States to about the 95th Meridian showing operating and projected railroads. Scale ca. 1:2,300,000. Insets: [Boston and vicinity] 20 x 23 cm.--Map of Nova Scotia and part of New Brunsw... More

From the Providence Daily tribune February 20, 1855. Editors of Tribune:- After the comments of the Journal, justice to myself seems to require that I should reverse my decision to withold from the press the remarks it censured. The editor of th

From the Providence Daily tribune February 20, 1855. Editors of Tribun...

Providence Daily Tribune. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 170, Folder 37.

Supplement. Editor of Providence Journal, Dear Sir: On the 18th, instant, you published a statement signed and sworn to by Mr. C/Gowan … will inevitable reduce us.

Supplement. Editor of Providence Journal, Dear Sir: On the 18th, insta...

This item is a variant of Portfolio 170, Folder 35. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfoli... More

Supplement. Editor of Providence Journal. Dear Sir: On the 18th, instant, you published a statement signed and sworn to by Mr. M'Gowan … Yours &c., R. G. Hazard.
Dinsmore's complete map of the railroads & canals in the United States & Canada carefully compiled from authentic sources by Richard S. Fisher, editor of the American Rail Road & Steam Navigation Guide.

Dinsmore's complete map of the railroads & canals in the United States...

Map of the eastern half of the United States and part of Canada showing drainage, relief by hachures, state boundaries, and proposed, projected, and operating railroads. Scale ca. 1:4,000,000. Another edition, ... More

Boston Saturday evening gazette Established 1814 ... We adopt the present mode of calling your attention to the gazette as an advertising medium ... Wm. W. Clapp, Jr. Editor and proprietor. [Aug. 17, 1858].

Boston Saturday evening gazette Established 1814 ... We adopt the pres...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 63, Folder 16.

Willard Whitmore, editor, Chronicle / Beal's Art Gallery, Minneapolis, Minn.

Willard Whitmore, editor, Chronicle / Beal's Art Gallery, Minneapolis,...

Originally in album belonging to Joel B. Clough, Civilian Engineer, United States Military Railroad, 1863 and 1864. Gift; Florence C. Abel; 1961. Born 1842 in Indiana; served as Private in Company D, 6th Minnes... More

[O. J. Hollister, author and editor of the Daily Mining Journal, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

[O. J. Hollister, author and editor of the Daily Mining Journal, head-...

Title devised by Library staff. Inscribed on photograph: Faithfully yours, O. J. Hollister. Reference copy in BIOG FILE.

Hon. James Mitchell Ashley of Ohio, Editor of Dispatch & Gov. of Territory of Montana, Born: 1824, Died: 1896
For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read with that respect that his writings ever ensure for themselvs, the able article of Cecil in this morning's paper, and while agreeing to a portion of his facts and opinions, must

For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read wit...

On verso: 50937 '04. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 234, Folder 4.

Editor of Cincinnati Gazette to Andrew Wallace, Thursday, August 18, 1864  (Support for Lincoln)
Fitzgerald, Thos. Editor of the Philadelphia Item
To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States in Congress assembled ... Benjamin Bannan, Editor Miners' Journal Pottsville, Pa. [1866?].

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 159, Folder 14.

Slavery in Massachusetts. Letter from Mr. Moore. To the editor of the Historical magazine. ... George H. Moore. New York: April 24, 1869.

Slavery in Massachusetts. Letter from Mr. Moore. To the editor of the ...

Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 127, Folder 43.

The attitudes of a country editor

The attitudes of a country editor

Carte-de-visite sized photographs show "O. Mont. Howard" (center portrait) in various poses illustrating the duties of a newspaper editor. A5236 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyrighted in 1870.

Conservative meeting. From the "Vindicator" published at Rutherfordton, June 26th, 1871, Major Lawson P. Erwin, Editor. On Monday the 19th instant the delegates from the different townships met in Convention in this place ... The Chairman explai

Conservative meeting. From the "Vindicator" published at Rutherfordton...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 135, Folder 23.

The Bland silver bill. To the editor of the Herald. New York January 10th, 1878.

The Bland silver bill. To the editor of the Herald. New York January 1...

Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 128, Folder 52.

Views of Senator Blaine on the financial question and secretary Sherman's recommendations An interesting interview. Augusta, Dec. 8, 1879 To the editor of the Boston journal. [Boston. 1879.].
The saving properties of the solar system! The law of necessity the law of all laws. One thousand billion dollars sun for 25 cents. Six thousand years war with the natural laws. Editor, author and orator, Daniel Pratt, the great American travell

The saving properties of the solar system! The law of necessity the la...

Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 76, Folder 12.

James E. McCray, editor of the Sargent newspaper
To the editor: The tremendous outburst of public indignation which had been aroused by the negotiations of the Russian-American extradition treaty in 1887, caused the promoters of this Anti-Republican scheme to adopt this time the Russian method

To the editor: The tremendous outburst of public indignation which had...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 239, Folder 5.

An Editor to Lecture to Geneva Political Equality Club, NAWSA suffrage scrapbooks

An Editor to Lecture to Geneva Political Equality Club, NAWSA suffrage...

Photo of Elizabeth Blackwell, sister of speaker, Henry Blackwell.

Franklin the editor and writer
NLRB Regional Director at Cincinnati questioned by House Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. Philip G. Phillips, Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board at Cincinnati, was questioned by the House Committee investigating the NLRB regarding a report he made last January to Nathan Witt, Board Secretary, in which he said that the City Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer 'and my guild friends will doubtless be able to take care of' a series of articles about a board hearing in the case of the American Rolling Mills Co. Asked whether he did not think this was suppressing news about the board, Phillips replied, that was not because he did not take credit for killing the story but for telling the City Editor that it was 'made out of whole cloth, vicious, and full of lies.' He said his interest in the case was to see that 'the truth should be printed about the board'
Michigan Senator keeps in writing trim. Washington, D.C., July 17. A newspaper editor before he came to Congress, Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Republican of Michigan, still keeps his hand in by occasionally writing stories for the hometown paper
... Thomas Ewing and vice-presidency. Famous Ohioan's grandson presents new evidence concerning the whig national convention of 1848. To the editor of the Republican ... Thomas Ewing. Chrysler building. New York City, October 11, 1933. Reprinted

... Thomas Ewing and vice-presidency. Famous Ohioan's grandson present...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 79, Folder 55.

Nam-Kung-Uk, editor of an important Korean paper, before a typical monument to the dead

Nam-Kung-Uk, editor of an important Korean paper, before a typical mon...

Turtle base. Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; B.I.; Tombs ...; Turtles; Ph. Ind.

Elizabeth Murray Walling to the Editor of the Deocrate and Chronicle
[Alice Stone Blackwell, half-length portrait, seated, facing right, holding copy of Woman's Journal, of which she was editor]

[Alice Stone Blackwell, half-length portrait, seated, facing right, ho...

George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Copyright by Bain.

Neglected Suffragists: William W. Gilles Letter to Editor, New York Times
Harriet Taylor Upton, editor, Progress, National American Woman Suffrage Association
Woman Suffrage in America and England discussed in letters to London Times editor by Mary A. Ward, Israel Zangwill and Anne Cobden Sanderson

Woman Suffrage in America and England discussed in letters to London T...

Ward is concerned that woman suffrage would be exploited by Socialists; Cobden-Sanderson labels women spenders a menace to civilization and observes that in America only the descendants of abolitionists are wil... More

[Benjamin Franklin, editor and writer]
Chevalier C. Barsotti, editor of "Il Progresso", and others collecting for Italian earthquake sufferers, East Side, New York
Miss Eleanor Brannan (granddaughter of Cha[rle]s. A. Dana, former editor of N[ew] Y[ork] Sun).

Miss Eleanor Brannan (granddaughter of Cha[rle]s. A. Dana, former edit...

Title and name and address of photographer transcribed from item. Summary: Formal studio portrait of Eleanor Doddridge Brannan, seated, wearing a hat, pearl necklace, pendant on a chain, gloves, and a long dres... More

A. Brisbane

A. Brisbane

Photograph shows newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane (1864-1936). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Letter to Editor: Information on a Suffrage Referendum

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Letter to Editor: Information on a Suffrage Refer...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller corrects comment that Massachusetts women voted against suffrage in the referendum, noting that it was the men who voted against woman suffrage 2 to 1

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. J.C. HEMPHILL, EDITOR, RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH; WREY WOODSON OF KENTUCKY; ROBERT EWING OF LOUISIANA
Miss Kate M. Gordon is president of the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, and editor of the "New Southern Citizen."  Miss Gordon some years ago visited Oregon and held suffrage meetings in this state.  She says concerning party responsibility, "We believe that the first step in our campaign is to get the Democratic Party to commit itself to suffrage.  We believe this is an essential step before any of the state legislatures will submit."

Miss Kate M. Gordon is president of the Southern States Woman Suffrage...

Title transcribed from image. Summary: Formal portrait, head and shoulders, Kate M. Gordon, president of Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, wearing dark, open-collared dress. A note on the verso of the ... More

Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict of New York is a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.  Mrs. Benedict is a graduate of Vassar College and of the New York Law University.  She was secretary of the New York State Commission which investigated the employers’ liability question, and she was formerly investigator for the Russell Sage Foundation.  She is the sister of Max Eastman, editor of the Masses.

Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict of New York is a member of the Executive...

Title and name and address of photographer transcribed from item. Summary: Formal portrait, three-quarter-length, seated, Crystal Eastman Benedict, facing left with upper body and head turned toward camera, wea... More

Mrs. Rheta Childe Dorr of New York is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.  Mrs. Dorr is a well known writer and speaker.  She is the author of "What 8,000,000 Women Want" and was formerly editor of The Suffragist, the official organ of the Congressional Union.

Mrs. Rheta Childe Dorr of New York is one of the prominent members of ...

Summary: Informal portrait, three-quarter length, Rheta Childe Dorr, seated at desk, facing left with head turned toward camera, holding eye glasses in right hand and newspaper in left hand, wearing corduroy su... More

[Clark Howell, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]
Franklin the editor and writer

Franklin the editor and writer

Benjamin Franklin, 1706-1790, three-quarter length portrait, seated, left profile. Reproduction of painting by Charles E. Mills. Copyright by Detroit Publishing Co. This record contains unverified, old data fro... More

HARVEY, GEORGE, COL. EDITOR, HARPER'S WEEKLY, ETC.; AMB. E. & P. TO GREAT BRITAIN
Letter from Gilbert H. Grosvenor, director and editor, National Geographic Society, to John D. Whiting
Miss Joy Young, of Washington, D.C. Assistant Editor of "The Suffragist," weekly organ of the Woman's Party and the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Picture taken when she was on her way to the White House to present President Wilson with a basket of flowers in which was contained a message from women voters of the West.

Miss Joy Young, of Washington, D.C. Assistant Editor of "The Suffragis...

Joy Young of New York City, formerly of Washington, D.C., was the wife of Merrill Rogers. She worked as an assistant on the staff of The Suffragist and later became an organizer for the NWP in various parts of ... More

PINDELL, HENRY MEANS, EDITOR. WITH WIFE
"Unsuccessful effort to draw bats from the belfry of W.A. White" A sketch by Roosevelt prefacing a letter of January 1, 1917, to the editor of the Emporia Gazette.

"Unsuccessful effort to draw bats from the belfry of W.A. White" A ske...

Photograph of sketch and manuscript showing three bats and a bell tower on stationary with Sagamore Hill letterhead. Title from item. Original in Manuscript Division.

Unmoved before the cross upon which humanity is being crucified ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers record, Baltimore Md. April 25, 1918.

Unmoved before the cross upon which humanity is being crucified ... By...

War Eagle Series - Nine.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the... More

The task to which we must now dedicate ourselves ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore, Md. April 4, 1918.

The task to which we must now dedicate ourselves ... By Richard H. Edm...

War Eagle series - Seven.; War Eagle series n.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through ... More

Every suggestion of peace except based on unconditional surrender of Germany and punishment of Germany's criminals is a tribute to crime and an insult to the God of Justice and morality ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Bal

Every suggestion of peace except based on unconditional surrender of G...

War Eagle Series - two.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the ... More

This "made in Germany" war ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore Md. March 21, 1918.

This "made in Germany" war ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufactu...

War Eagle Series - Five.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the... More

For God's sake, hurry up." ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore Md. March 28, 1918.

For God's sake, hurry up." ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufactu...

War Eagle series - Six.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the ... More

From vantage points in America pro-Germanian shoots in the back with poisoned bullets our boys "over there" ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore. Md. May 2, 1918.

From vantage points in America pro-Germanian shoots in the back with p...

War Eagle series - Ten.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the ... More

Have you thought on these things? ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore. Md. February 14, 1918.

Have you thought on these things? ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Ma...

War Eagle series - one.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the ... More

War Eagle series. There has been such a large and increasing demand for duplicates of the editorial cover pieces from the pen of the editor of the Manufacturers record ... that we have made up a series of one dozen of them under the above title.

War Eagle series. There has been such a large and increasing demand fo...

Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: a... More

Ten million fighting men needed ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore. Md. May 23, 1918.

Ten million fighting men needed ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manu...

War Eagle Series - Eleven.; War Eagle Series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through t... More

A prayer of our nation ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore, Md. May 30, 1918.

A prayer of our nation ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers...

War Eagle series - Twelve.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through t... More

What shall the answer be? ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor. Manufacturers Record, Baltimore Md. March 14, 1918.
Onward Christian soldiers, marching as to war ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers record, Baltimore. Md. March 7, 1918.

Onward Christian soldiers, marching as to war ... By Richard H. Edmond...

War Eagle Series - Three.; War Eagle Series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through th... More

The nation's supreme task ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore, Md. April 11, 1918.

The nation's supreme task ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufactur...

War Eagle series.; War Eagle series.; Items 32/10 through 32/10l are all part of the War Eagle series. There are 13 items in the series, including an introductory page (32/10). Available also through the Librar... More

GADSDEN, P.H. OF PHILADELPHIA. SPEC. ELEC. RY. COMMN.; McGRAW, JAMES H., EDITOR, 'THE STREET RAILWAY' ; YOUNG, OWEN D.
Mrs. Luth Jaeger, member of the executive board of the Minnesota Branch, also President of the Scandinavian Suffrage Association with a membership of more than a thousand leading Scandinavian women of the state, which organization has at all times co-operated in every way with the work of the Minnesota Branch and rendered very valuable assistance in securing the special session and the poll of the legislature.  Mrs. Jaeger was the first women to graduate from the University of Minnesota, daughter of a leading Scandinavian editor, has two sons in the service during the war.

Mrs. Luth Jaeger, member of the executive board of the Minnesota Branc...

Title transcribed from image. Cropped version of photograph published in The Suffragist, 7, no.38 (Sept. 20, 1919): 9. Summary: Formal portrait, head and chest, Nanny Mattson Jaeger of Minnesota, facing left wi... More

W. R. Enyart, editor of National Aeronautic Review. Portrait of W.R. Enyart
C.W. Barron, Editor, Wall St. Journal
C.W. Barron, Editor, Wall St. Journal
A deputation from the far eastern Republic of Chita, formerly a part of Russia, who are in Washington to secure the voice of the arms conference in demanding that Japan withdraw her troops from Siberia. Reading from left to right the members of the deputation are: Mme. L. Skvirsky, B.E. Skvirsky, former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alexander A. Yazikoff, Head of the Deputation and Adviser on economic matters for the republic, P.K. Karavoeff, Economist and Editor, and Gustave J. Farman, 12/6/21
Pres. Harding talked over farm legislature with several Senators and other interested in farm bills now before Congress. Left to right: L. Barrett, J.H. Taylor, Editor Farm Mag.; Sen. Robt. M. Standfield of Ore.; Sen Tasker L. Oddie of Nev., and Chas. S. Barrett, Pres, Nat'l Farmers Union [White House, Washington, D.C.]
Agrl. Editor's Assn., 2/27/23
Robt. Lincoln O'Brien, Editor and Pub. of the Boston Herald. Close friend of Pres. Coolidge [White House, Washington, D.C.]
Leaders among the Democratic women are meeting at the nat'l hdqrs. in Wash. to complete arrangements for the convention in N.Y. Lft. to rt.: Mrs. D.A. McDougal, Nat'l Committee Woman from Okla., Mrs. Emily Newall Blair, Vice-Chmn. of the Demo. Nat'l Comm., Mrs. Thornton Lee Brown, Jophin, Mo., and Mrs. Blair Bannister, Editor of the Fortnightly Bulletin of the Demo. women voters. Mrs. Bannister is a sister of Sen. Carter Glass, mentioned as a possible Presidential nominee
Sen. James Watson of Indiana, left, with Henry W. Marshall, center, Editor of the Journal Courier of Lafayette, Ind., and Rep. Wm. R. Ward of Ind. as they appeared at the White House when Mr. Marshall asked the Pres. to speak at Purdue Univ., May 2
Edna Woolman Chase Editor Vogue.

Edna Woolman Chase Editor Vogue.

Illustration showing Edna Woolman Chase, half-length portrait, facing slightly left, holding open book. A883363 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Illus. in: A portrait gallery of American editors / being ... More

Noted newspaper editor of Emporia. Washington, D.C., April 26. A new informal photograph of William Allen White, former President of the American Association of Newspaper Editors, and well known publisher of the Emporia, Kansas, Gazette
Senate Committee told medical profession ignored in development of public health programs. Washington, D.C., May 26. Dr. Morris Fishbein, Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association and opponent of federal grants in aid to the states for public health programs embodied in the Wagner Bill, today complained that the advice and help of the medical profession had been completely ignored in development of the scheme. He was testifying before a Senate and Labor Subcommittee
Noted newspaper editor of Emporia. Washington, D.C., April 26. A new informal photograph of William Allen White, former President of the American Association of Newspaper Editors, and well known publisher of the Emporia, Kansas, Gazette
Jim Farley, Jr., rides Arabian steed presented to dad by Texas friend. Washington, D.C., June 29. James A. Farley, Jr., home from school for the summer, today rode for the first time the white Arabian steed 'Dynamite,' which was presented to his dad, PMG Farley, last month by Gene Howe, famous Amarillo, Texas editor. PMG Farley later made a present of the horse to Jim, Jr.
Graf Zeppelin stamps go? Assistant Postmaster General Frederic A. Tilton purchasing the first Graf Zeppelin stamps which were sold at the Washington city post office today. Mrs. M.C. Shaughnessy, Assistant Philatolic Agent, is shown selling the stamps to the General. Others in the photograph, left to right: Assistant Washington Postmaster W.H. Haycock; Philip H. Ward, editor, Makeel's Weekly Stamp News; Assistant Postmaster General Tilton; L. Eidsness, superintendent, Division of Stamps; and William M. Mooney, Washington Postmaster
Wash. D.C. Farm editor at White House. Dante Pierce, farm paper editor and publisher of Iowa, leaves the White House where he conferred with Secretary Henry Wallace and President Roosevelt. 11/9/35
Congratulated on strato flight in S.D. Officials of the National Geographis Society congratulate the two officers who made the record-breaking strato flight for the U.S. Army Air Corps and the National Geographic Society. From left: Dr. John Oliver Le Gorce, Ass't Editor and Vice President of the society; Capt. Albert W. Stevens, Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President of the society, and Capt. Orvil A. Anderson, 11/14/35
At security hearing. Paul Kellogg, New York City, appears before the Senate Finance Committee considering the Economic Security Act. Kellogg is Editor of Survey Graphic and Vice Chairman of the Advisory Council to the Committee on Economic Security. 2/14/35
Congratulated on strato flight in S.D., Wash. D.C. Officials of the National Geographic Society congratulate the two officers who made the record-breaking strato flight for the U.S. Army Air Corps. and the National Geographic Society. From the left: Dr. John Oliver La Gorce, Ass't editor and vice president of the society; Capt. Albert W. Stephens, Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President of the society, and Capt. Orvil A. Anderson. 11/14/35
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