William Luxon Wallace Collection, 1817-1978

Descriptive Summary

Title
William Luxon Wallace Collection, 1817-1978
Creator
Wallace, William L., 1889-1974
Extent
20 cubic feet, 30,000 Items, 40 Boxes, Wrapped Items
Finding Aid Author
Dawn Miles
Repository
Eastern Kentucky University

Collection Overview

Biography / History
William Luxon Wallace, lawyer and politician, was born in Richmond, Kentucky on January 2, 1889, the son of Coleman Covington Wallace and May Ballard Luxon. He had one sister, Coleman May Wallace. His father served as postmaster in Richmond from 1899 to 1915. The elder Wallace practiced law and was active in politics as a staunch defender of the Republican Party Wallace received his early education at Walters Collegiate Institute in Richmond and continued his preparatory education at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. In 1911 he graduated from Yale University Law School and in that same year established a law practice in Richmond. On July 16, 1923, Wallace married Velma Fay Nisius from Vanceburg, Kentucky. Their first child, a daughter, was born dead in May of 1924, four months premature. On June 19, 1925, another daughter, Wilma Fay, was born and on April 12, 1927, a son, William, Jr., was born. A fourth child, Patricia Coleman, was born on April 22, 1931.
On May 11, 1917, Wallace enlisted in the army for service in World War I. He was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, F.A. and served on the staff of Brig. Gen. H.H. Whitney, Commander of the 63rd Field Artillery Brigade. Later, he served as division trial judge advocate for the 38th Division. After being transferred to France in 1918, he served at general headquarters under Gen. John J. Pershing at Chaumont. He later served on the staff of Maj. Gen. Summerall, Commander of the 5th Army Corps. While in France, he attended the University of Lyons where he studied International Law. He received an honorable discharge in 1919 and upon his return to Richmond resumed his legal and political career.
In 1921 Wallace was elected to the Kentucky State Senate from the 29th district. His opponent, R. C. Oldham, contested Wallace's election on the grounds that Wallace was not a resident of that district. The contest was dismissed, however, on the recommendation of a Senate committee. Wallace served as judge advocate general for Kentucky with the rank of major from 1921 to 1923 and was three times appointed as a Special Judge of the Court of Appeals from 1931 to 1940.
Wallace began his legal career as a lawyer and member of the firm of Chenault, Wallace and Wallace. In 1922 he joined the Frankfort law firm of Judge Edward Clay O'Rear and later became a full partner in the firm of O'Rear, Fowler and Wallace. In 1927 Wallace moved to Lexington where the Fowler, Wallace and Fowler firm was formed. This partnership lasted until 1934 at which time Wallace went into practice alone. In 1951 he joined Job D. Turner, Jr. and Scott Reed in their firm. When Reed withdrew in 1964 to become a Fayette Circuit Court judge, the new firm of Wallace, Turner, and Trigg was established which was still in existence at the time of Wallace's death in 1974. From 1934 to 1936 Wallace served as assistant corporation counsel of the City of Lexington. He served as attorney and later director of the Citizens Union National Bank and Trust Company before becoming an advisory director.
Wallace had a deep interest in the development of Eastern Kentucky University, and on April 2, 1968, Governor Louie B. Nunn appointed him to the Board of Regents. When that term ended on March 30, 1972, Wallace was Appointed to the Board by Governor Wendell Ford for another four years.
Wallace was very active in the Republican Party and served as a delegate the Republican National Convention in 1920, 1952, 1954, and 1960 as well serving as chairman of the Fayette County Republican Executive Committee ~m 1928 to 1936. He was also assistant Republican state campaign chairmanKentucky for the 1935 gubernatorial race. From 1936 to 1952 he chaired Republican Executive Committee for Kentucky's 6th Congressional District served as a member of the Republican State Central Committee from the District from 1936 to 1969, and from then on, an at-large member of the committee
Wallace belonged to numerous fraternal and charitable organizations and clubs including the Community Chest, The Family Welfare Society and Social Service Club Exchange of Fayette County. He was past president of the Lexington Club; past exalted ruler of BPOE Lodge No. 581, Richmond; past noble of Madison 1OOF Lodge No. 14, Richmond; past president of the Sons the Revolution, Society of Kentucky; president of the Fayette County Bar Association in 1946; past president of the Kentucky Yale Alumni Association; president of his Yale Law School class. He was also a member of the Lexington Kiwanis Club; the Lexington Club; the Idle Hour Country Club; the:Lexington Country Club; the AUV Fraternity at Phillips Academy; Merrick Lodge 'F No. 31, Lexington; Madison 1OOF Lodge No 14, Richmond; American Legion, Lexington; the Jesse Dykes American Legion Post in Richmond for which was responsible for organizing the Waite Chapter, Legal Fraternity Phita Phi; the Kentucky State and American Bar Associations; the American Law Institute; and the Yale Law School Graduate Board.
William Luxon Wallace died on December 23, 1974, at the age of 85 and is erred in the Richmond Cemetery.
*Information for this biographical sketch comes primarily from the Lexington Herald obituary, December 23, 1974; and assorted newsclippings found in Box 25 of the collection.
Scope and Content
In May 1978 Mrs. Velma Wallace, wife of William Luxon Wallace, donated the Wallace family collection of records to Eastern Kentucky University. The records were scattered throughout the Wallace family house in Lexington. A small portion of the papers found in the basement and attic along with some World War I correspondence and reports Wallace kept in an old steamer trunk required fumigation and extensive cleaning. Since the bulk of the Wallace collection had no organization, the Archives staff imposed its own pattern of arrangement. The inventory to the collection describes material at the folder title level. In addition, a correspondent name index lists letters of content Wallace received from prominent persons. According to provisions of the Donor Gift Agreement the entire collection is open to research.
Through correspondence, diaries, speeches, photographs, newsclippings, and other primary source materials the public career and personal life of Wallace and his family is documented. Glimpses of late nineteenth century Richmond social and political life can be found in the correspondence of Wallace's father, Coleman Covington. In addition, due to Wallace's significance as an organizer in the Kentucky Republican Party, the collection sheds some light on the party's history during the first half of the twentieth century. The collection also contains political memorabilia which Wallace assembled along with a quantity of materials that documents his World War I experience.
The Archives is indebted to Mrs. Wallace and her family for donating the William Luxon Wallace Collection to Eastern Kentucky University for permanent preservation.

Contents of the Collection

Correspondence Series

The Correspondence Series consists of nine boxes of materials covering the years 1867 through 1978. Materials are arranged chronologically with undated letters found at the end- of Box 7 along with biographical information about Wallace. Boxes 8 and 9 contains fifteen folders of various undated greeting cards and one folder of original poems, also largely undated. Most of the correspondence is of a personal nature although there is some correspondence concerning Wallace's law practice. Between 1867 and 1900 the correspondence consists mainly of letters to Wallace's mother, May B. Luxon with a few letters to C. C. Wallace, Wallace's father, concerning Republican Party activities. From 1901-1910 the correspondence concerns the various schools Wallace attended (Walters Collegiate Institute, Phillips Academy, Yale). Included are progress reports and dinner menus as well as letters between Wallace and his family. Beginning in 1916 and continuing through 1919 the correspondence deals with World War I and many interesting comments are made about the political and economic conditions of the time. There are a large number of letters between Wallace's mother and his sister, Coleman, while Coleman was attending the Conservatory of Music in Louisville. These letters offer an interesting look at the proper behavior expected from young women in the 1920s. Correspondence of the 1930s is mainly between family members along with some letters dealing with the 1936. state and national elections. The letters of the 1940s are largely between family members when the Wallace children were attending various schools. In the 1950s and 1960s a large quantity of political correspondence dealing with various elections, including the 1952 presidential election, are found. From 1968 to 1975 the correspondence concerns Eastern. The correspondence found after 1975 is that of Velma Wallace. A few letters from prominent state figures appear in the correspondence. A correspondent name index immediately following this series lists letters received by Wallace from such persons.

1867-1889.

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1890-1891.

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1892-1900.

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1901-1906.

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1907-1910.

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1911-1912.

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1913-1914.

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1915-1916.

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1917.

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1918.

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1919.

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1920-1921.

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January-October 1922.

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November-December 1922.

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January-April 1923.

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May-August 1923.

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September-December 1923-1924.

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January-August 1925.

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September-December 1925

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January-April 1926.

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May-August 1926.

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September-December 1926.

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January-June 1927.

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July-December 1927

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January-April 1928.

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May-December 1928.

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January-April 1929.

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May-December 1929.

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1930-1931.

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1932.

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1933-1935.

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1936-1937.

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1938-1939.

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1940-1942.

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1943-1944.

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1945-1946.

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1947-1949.

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1950-1957.

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1958-1969.

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1970-1978.

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Undated.

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Biographical Materials.

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Greeting Cards - Anniversary.

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Greeting Cards - Birthday.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Christmas.

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Greeting Cards - Easter.

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Greeting Cards - Graduation.

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Greeting Cards - Miscellaneous.

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Greeting Cards - Mother's Day and Father's Day.

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Greeting Cards - New Year's.

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Greeting Cards - Sympathy.

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Greeting Cards - Valentine.

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Poems.

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Correspondent Name Index

This is an index to the names of those persons with whom Wallace corresponded and are considered of such importance in content as to warrant attention. All of the letters are found in the Correspondence Series (Boxes 1-9). The figures in the parentheses immediately following each name denotes the total Number of letters from that person; followed by the identification of the writer; last is the date of the letter and the box in which the letter is found.

Index

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Christopher, George. (1), Mayor of San Francisco, October 16, 1956 (Box 7).

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Cowger, William O. (1), Mayor of Louisville, February 12, 1963 (Box 7).

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Denhardt, Harry H. (1), Lieutenant Governor of-Kentucky, December 31, 1924 (Box 4).

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Ford, Wendell. (1), Governor of Kentucky, April 12, 1972 (Box 7).

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Nunn, Louie B. (1), Governor of Kentucky, February 14, 1963 (Box 7).

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Siler, Eugene. (1), U.S. Representative from Kentucky, January 15, 1963 (Box 7).

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Taft, Robert. (1), U.S. Representative from Ohio, April 2, 1940 (Box 6).

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Wilkie, Wendall L. (1), Presidential candidate, March 17, 1943 (Box 7).

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Woods, Clarence. (5), Mayor of Richmond, April 14, 1930; August 28, 1936; August 29, 1936; August 30, 1936; September 21, 1937 (Box 6).

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Class Note Series

The Class Note Series consists of two boxes of materials dating from 1905 to 1940 and arranged alphabetically by subject. Most of the material in this series concerns Wallace's classes at Phillips Academy at Andover, and at Yale University Law School. Also in this series are Velma Wallace's notes from Berea College which she attended during 1921-1923 as well as C. C. Wallace's correspondence courses from Lincoln-Jefferson University in 1908. There is one folder of miscellaneous class notes dating from 1905 to 1940 which contains some class work of Wallace's sister, Coleman, and of his daughter, Patsy, as well as all unidentified class material.

Berea College, Velma Nisius Wallace - 1921-1923

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Berea College, Velma Nisius Wallace - 1921-1923.

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Lincoln-Jefferson University, C. C. Wallace - 1908.

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Latin - 1905.

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Miscellaneous - 1905-1940.

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Phillips Academy, Greek History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Greek History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Greek History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Greek History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Roman History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Roman History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Roman History - 1907-1908.

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Phillips Academy, Roman History - 1907-1908.

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Yale, American Diplomacy History - October 8, 1909 - January 28, 1910.

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Yale, American Diplomacy History - February 4 - May 20, 1910.

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Yale, Constitutional Law - October 1909 - March 14, 1910.

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Yale, Contracts - March 12, 1909 - March 14, 1910.

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Yale, Entrance Exams - 1908.

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Yale, Equity Cases - October 1909 - February 1910.

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Yale, Legal Ethics - April 1910 - March 1911.

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Yale, Miscellaneous

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Yale, Partnerships - October 1909 - January 1911.

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Yale, Railroad Law - October 1910 - May 1911.

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Yale, U.S. Practice - February - March 1910.

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Yale, U.S. Practice - April - May 1910.

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Yale, Wills - October 1910 - October 1911.

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Diary and Appointment Book Series

The Diary and Appointment Book Series is composed of two boxes covering the years 1883-1974 and containing diaries and appointment books of William Wallace (1907-1974), his wife, Velma (1920-1964), his father (1928) and mother (1883), his sister, Coleman (1923-1928), and Velma's mother, Bertha Neal Nisius. Also included in this series are autograph and address books.

1907-1908 - William Wallace.

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1910-1915 - William Wallace.

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1916-1919 - William Wallace.

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1946 - William Wallace

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1950 - William Wallace.

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1954 - William Wallace.

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1955 - William Wallace.

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August 1-28, 1956 - William Wallace.

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August 29-September 11, 1956 - William Wallace.

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September 12-17, 1956 - William Wallace.

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June 22-25, 1962 - William Wallace.

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1964 - William Wallace.

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1969 - William Wallace.

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1970 - William Wallace.

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1971 - William Wallace.

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January 1972 - William Wallace.

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1972 - William Wallace.

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1973 - William Wallace.

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1974 - William Wallace.

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April 28-July 26, 1920 - Velma Wallace.

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August 3-15, 1922 - Velma Wallace.

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1923 - Autograph Book - Velma Wallace.

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1938 - Velma Wallace.

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1939 - Velma Wallace.

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1941 - Velma Wallace.

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1947 - Velma Wallace.

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1948 - Velma Wallace.

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1952 - Velma Wallace.

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1953 - Velma Wallace.

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May 17-November 6, 1955 - Velma Wallace.

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July 12-15, 1964 - Velma Wallace.

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June 23, 1923-July 2, 1924 - Coleman Wallace

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July 3, 1924-July 18, 1925 - Coleman Wallace.

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March 9-December 10, 1925 - Coleman Wallace.

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July 19, 1925-August 3, 1926 - Coleman Wallace.

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August 4, 1926-September 28, 1927 - Coleman Wallace.

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September 29, 1927-December 6, 1928 - Coleman Wallace.

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1928 - C. C. Wallace.

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1883 - Autograph Book - May B. Wallace

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1883 - Autograph Book - May B. Wallace.

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ca. 1950 - Address Book.

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1956 - Address Book.

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N.D. - Diary - Bertha Neal Nisius.

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N.D. - Address Book.

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N.D. - Address Book.

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Financial Series

The Financial Series consists of three boxes of various financial records covering the years 1881-1973. Boxes 14-15 contain check books belonging to William Wallace and May B. Wallace as well as savings and account books. Box 16 contains financial records dealing with insurance, mortgages and promissory notes, stocks, income tax, and receipts.

Check Books - August 19, 1931-February 8, 1935

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Check Books - February 8, 1935-June 3, 1936.

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Check Books - June 5, 1936-June 30, 1937.

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Check Books - July 1, 1937-August 16, 1938.

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Check Books - August 16, 1938-August 18, 1939.

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Check Books - September 11, 1943-June 10, 1944

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Check Books - June 12, 1944-February 5, 1945.

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Check Books - February 5-November 2, 1945.

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Check Books - November 3, 1945-July 4, 1946.

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Check Books - July 5, 1946-March 22, 1947.

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Check Books - March 22-December 2, 1947.

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Check Books - December 3, 1947-August 2, 1948.

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Check Books - August 2, 1948-April 1, 1949.

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Check Books - April 1-November 28, 1949.

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Check Books - December 1, 1949-July 31', 1950

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Check Books - July 31, 1950-March 12, 1951.

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Check Books - March 14-November 13, 1951.

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Check Books - November 13, 1951-August 22, 1952.

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Check Books - June 23, 1944-March 2, 1945 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - August 2, 1945-January 14, 1946 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - January 17-May 1, 1946 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - May 1, 1946-June 4, 1947 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - June 4, 1947-June 28, 1948 - May B. Wallace

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Check Books - July 2, 1948-July 20, 1949 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - July 25, 1949-July 8, 1950 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - July 9, 1951-June 3, 1952 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - June 4, 1952-May 15, 1953 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - May 15, 1953-May 14, 1954 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - May 18, 1954-May 21, 1955 - May B. Wallace.

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Check Books - May 21, 1955-March 30, 1956 - May B. Wallace-.

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Check Books - March 30, 1956-April 1, 1957 - May B. Wallace.

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Savings Books - October 11, 1913-March 6, 1917.

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Savings Books - June 11, 1938-December 13, 1943 - May B. Wallace.

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Savings Books - May 29, 1933-September 28, 1936 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - September 28, 1936-September 23, 1940 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - September 23, 1940-January 24, 1944 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - February 4-March 13, 1944 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - October 27, 1933-July 12, 1940 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - July 12, 1940-February 20, 1943 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - February 20, 1943-May 31, 1944 - C. C. Wallace.

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Savings Books - July 16, 1937-December 5, 1938 - C. C. Wallace.

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Account Books - 1881-1886 - May B. Wallace.

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Account Books - 1904-1905 - May B. Wallace.

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Bank Statements - January 22, 1936-January 28, 1955

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Farm Property Inventories

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Insurance, Correspondence - 1917-1972.

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Insurance, Policies - 1906-1973.

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Miscellaneous - 1934-1943, Undated.

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Mortgages and Promissory Notes - 1888-1957

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Receipts - 1888-1909

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Receipts - 1910-1911.

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Receipts - 1912-1968.

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Receipts - Undated.

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Receipts for Rent Collected - September 1935-March 11, 1937.

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Stock Certificates - 1902-1916.

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Stock, Correspondence - 1922-1968.

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Stock, Information Returns - 1965.

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Tax Bills and Receipts - 1911-1939.

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Tax Bills and Receipts - 1940.

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Tax Bills and Receipts - 1941-1956.

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Genealogy Series

The Genealogy Series consists of one box of material relating to the families of William and Velma Wallace. Included are pages of a family register from the family of Wallace's mother, May B. Luxon Wallace, dating from 1817-1935, applications for membership in the Sons of the Revolution and the daughters of the Revolution for Wallace and sister, Coleman, respectively, which give detailed information concerning the Wallace ancestors, and a book, Scottish Chiefs which tells the story of a Scottish chieftain named William Wallace. Also found in this series is a family tree of the Neal family.

Scottish Chiefs.

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Luxon Family Register - 1817-1935.

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Daughters of the Revolution membership application - ca. 1925.

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Sons of the Revolution membership application - March 19, 1960

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List of Wallace family members birthdays.

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Neal Family Tree.

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Legal Document Series

The Legal Document Series covers the years 1871-1973 and consists of two boxes of material relating to the law practices of William and C. C. Wallace. Included are affidavits, court appeals and briefs, land abstracts, contracts, leases and wills among others. Particularly interesting is material relating to the murder trial of T. Q. Wallace, C. C. Wallace's brother.

Affidavits - 1913-1940

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Court Appeals and Briefs - 1917-1970s

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Land Abstracts - 1896-1913.

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Land Abstracts - 1914-1934.

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Land Deeds and Contracts of Sale - 1871-1910.

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Land Deeds and Contracts of Sale - 1911-1925.

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Land Deeds and Contracts of Sale - 1926-1973

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Last Will and Testaments - 1874-1953.

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Leases - 1916-1939

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Miscellaneous - 1916-1970.

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Offers to Purchase Real Estate - 1941-1949.

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Powers of Attorney - 1923-1938.

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T.Q. Wallace Murder Trial - 1915-1916.

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Trial Testimony - 1941.

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Map and Blueprint Series

The Map and Blueprint Series consists of one box of materials arranged alphabetically by subject. The series contains various maps, surveys, and blueprints including blueprints for the Wallace Office Building in downtown Richmond and for Arlington.

Blueprint for Addition to Wallace Home - July 25, 1958

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Calgary, Canada and Chicago Maps.

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Cornelison-Hill Farm Map.

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Preliminary Blueprint, Arlington - Maintenance/Storage - March 31, 1970.

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Maps of France.

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Survey of James A. Wallace Farm - February 1935

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Theatre of War in the Pacific Ocean, map - 1942.

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Blueprint for Wallace Office Building, Richmond, Kentucky - August 1962.

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Memorabilia Series

The Memorabilia Series consists of four boxes and several wrapped packets and contains various awards and certificates, cartoons, scrapbooks, oversized photographs and a large assortment ofmiscellaneous items and artifacts

Awards and Certificates

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1. Independent Order of Odd Fellows certificate commissioning Wallace as District Deputy Grand Master, October 24, 1892

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2. Marriage certificate, M. Nisius and B. Neal, Sept 20, 1893

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3. Appointment of C. C. Wallace as Postmaster signed by William McKinley, December 15, 1899

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4. Appointment of C. C. Wallace as Postmaster signed by Theodore Roosevelt, December 16, 1903

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5. Walters Collegiate Institute diploma, May 21, 1906

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6. Appointment of C. C. Wallace as Postmaster signed by Theodore Roosevelt, December 18, 1907

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7. Lincoln-Jefferson University matriculation certificate of C. C. Wallace, November 2, 1908

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8. Certificate of initiation of William Wallace into Waite Chapter of Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi, February 23, 1909

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9. Yale University Law School diploma, 1911

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10. License to practice law, September 15, 1911

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11. Appointment of C. C. Wallace as Postmaster signed by William H. Taft, December 19, 1911

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12. Certificate of person performing marriage ceremony, April 15, 1915,

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13. Honorable discharge, August 14, 1917

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14. Appointment of William Wallace as 2nd Lt. in Field Artillery Section in Officers' Reserve Corps of the Army of the U.S., Aug 15, 1917

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15. Appointment of William Wallace as 2nd Lieutenant in the National Guard, August 15, 1917

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16. U.S. Fuel Administration release of C. C. Wallace as Chairman of Fuel Committee, Madison County, Kentucky, February 28, 1919

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17. University of Lyons, France, Headquarters of American School Detachment certificate, June 30, 1919

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18. Admittance of W. Wallace as an attorney and counsellor of United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Oct 4, 1921

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19. Appointment of Senator William Wallace as a member of the KY Executive Committee of National Committee of Mental Hygiene, June 14, 1922;

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20. Berea College diploma of Velma Nisius, June 13, 1923

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21. Marriage license, William Wallace and Velma Nisius, July 16, 1923,

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22. Notification of birth registration, May 2, 1924

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23. Birth certificate, Marilyn Nisius, July 23, 1926

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24. Certificate of appreciation of W. Wallace's services in organization of Yale Twenty Million Endowment Fund of 1926, February 22, 1928

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25. Appointment of William Wallace as Special Judge of the Court of Appeals, Feb. 11, 1931

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26. Appointment of William Wallace as Special Judge of the Court of Appeals, Feb. 19, 1931

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27. Admittance of William Wallace as an attorney and counselor of U.S. Court of Claims, January 14, 1935

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28. Appointment of Velma Wallace as challenger for Fontaine precinct in Fayette County, November 3, 1936

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29. Appointment of Velma Wallace as challenger for Slashes precinct in Fayette County, November 3, 1936

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30. Appointment of William Wallace as Special Judge of the Court of Appeals, October 17, 1940

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31. Appointment of Velma Wallace as challenger for Fontaine precinct in Fayette County, November 5, 1940

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32. Acceptance of invitation to Herman Lee Donovan inauguration by President, Fellows, and Faculty of Yale University, May 6, 1942

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33. Appointment by Office of Civilian Defense of W. Wallace as Air Raid Warden for Lexington and Fayette County, Kentucky, June 1, 1942

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34. Certificate of Pedigree, Rockie of Pitch Road Kennels, July 19, 1943

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35. American Kennel Club Study Book registration certificate, Rockie of Pitch Road, May-March 21, 1944

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36. Appointment of William Wallace as Honorary Assistant Sergeant- at-Arms of the Republican National Convention, June 1944

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37. Victory Fund Committee for Fourth Federal Reserve District certificate in recognition of Wallace's service in First Victory Fund Drive, ca. 1945

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38. Invitation to Republican National Convention reception, June 21, 1948

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39. Dwight D. Eisenhower's presidential oath certificate, 1953

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40. Admittance of W. Wallace as attorney and counselor of Supreme Court of the United States, May 17, 1954

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41. KY State Bar Association certificate conferring title of Senior Counselor upon William Wallace, May 26, 1961

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42. Fayette County Bar Association certificate of recognition, Feb 14, 1963

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43. Citizens Union National Bank & Trust Company certificate conferring title Director Emeritus upon William Wallace, January 25, 1966

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44. Sons of Revolution certificate of membership, March 21, 1966

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45. ThCA certificate of recognition, March 16, 1967

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46. Appointment of William Wallace to the Board of Regents of Eastern Kentucky University, April 2, 1968

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47. Kentucky Colonel Commission, September 17, 1968

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48. Society of Sons of Revolution certificate of appreciation, April 19, 1969

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49. Admission of W. Wallace to the degree of Juris Doctor in Yale University, January 30, 1971

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50. Appointment of W. Wallace to the Board of Regents of Eastern Kentucky University, March 30, 1972

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51. Invitation to the inauguration of Richard Nixon, Jan 20, 1973

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52. Eastern KY University degree of Doctor of Laws, May 12, 1974

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53. Eastern Kentucky University Founders Day, March 24, 1976

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54. Republican National Committee certificate of appreciation, May 31, 1978

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55. American Legion certificate of merit

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Cartoons and Posters

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1. Republican Senators who conducted a 17 hour filibuster to defeat Simmons Highway Bill, ca. 1922

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2. Drawing illustrating Wallace's life, by Jack Moran:, 1932

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3. Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States

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General

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Pins and Ribbons

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American Legion - "50"

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Citizens Union National namepin

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French Medal of Victory

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French medal - "1914-1918"

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Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Oct 14-15, 1913

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Independent Order of Odd Fellows, May 25-28, 1931

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"My Name Is Velma Nisius", ca. 1922.

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Political - "Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953

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Political - "Nixon-Lodge", (5)

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Political - "Nixon's the One"

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Political - Republican National Convention, 1912

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Political - Republican National Convention, Delegate, 1912

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Political - Republican National Convention, Delegate, 1920

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Political - Republican National Convention, Delegate, 1952

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Political - Republican National Convention, Honorary Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms, Chicago, 1944

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Political - Republican State Convention, Delegate, April 10, 1912

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Political - Republican State Convention, Delegate, March 1, 1916, (2)

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Political - Republican State Convention, March 1, 1916

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Political - "Richard Nixon"

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Political - "Vote for Morton", (2)

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Political - `1Vote Morton"

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University of Lyon student card, 1918-1919

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United States Senate Chamber pass, June 8, 1943

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United States Senate Chamber pass, January 1953

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Arlington Park Jockey Club passes, (2), June 16-July 26, 1952

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Arlington Park Jockey Club passes, (2), July 23-30, 1960

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Santa Fe and Disneyland R.R. tickets, (2)

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Sinclair Refining Company credit card, May Wallace, July 31, 1939

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Driver's license, Bertha N. Nisius, September 26, 1938

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Richmond Cotillion Club guest card, 1909-1910

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Visit to Foreign Embassies ticket, January 18, 1953

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Fairground Corporation Grandstand and Clubhouse, 1949-1950

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Boston and Maine Railroad ticket, November 9, 1907

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Phillips Academy Musical Club concert ticket, March 21, 1908

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Eastern Kentucky University Centennial Alumni Awards Banquet ticket, May 10, 1974

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Century Club nametag,

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Lincoln Day Victory Dinner ticket, February 15, 1953, (3)

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Plug Horse Derby tickets, September 1, 1952, (5)

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Plug Horse Derby Drawing tickets, September 1, 1952, (14)

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Exeter track meet ticket stub

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French railroad ticket

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Yale vs. Harvard ticket stub, November 23, 1907

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Derby Day Club House Box seat ticket stub, May 6, 1944

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Churchill Downs Club House Box seat ticket, April 30, 1948

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Presidential Inauguration ticket, January 20, 1953, (2)

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Presidential Inaugural Ball ticket, January 20, 1953, (2)

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Presidential Inaugural Festival ticket, January 19, 1953, (2)

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Republican Party Sustaining Member card, 1975

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Republican Party Sustaining Member card, 1976

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Republican National Convention Delegate ticket, April 11, 1912, (3)

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Republican National Convention guest ticket, June 7, 1916, (6)

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Republican National Convention guest ticket, June 1936, (4)

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Republican National Convention Honorary Assistant Sergeant-At-Arm pass, June 1944

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Republican National Convention guest ticket, June 1944, (6)

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Republican National Convention Alternate pass, June 1948

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Republican National Convention) Delegate pass, July 1952

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Republican National Convention Delegate pass, August 1956

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Republican National Convention guest ticket, Aug 20-23, 1956 (5)

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Republican National Convention guest ticket, Aug 5-9, 1968, (7)

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Sixth District Nixon-Jackson Rally ticket, Oct 27, 1972, (2)

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Presidential Visit guest pass, October 1, 1956

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Lock of blond hair in envelope addressed to "D. Neal."

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Lock of Velma Wallace's hair, March 26, 1939.

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Lock of Velma Wallace's hair, April 3, 1940.

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Foreign currency, Philippine, French and Japanese. French calendar, 1920

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Yale Junior Promenade Concert dance card, 1912

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Mirror,

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Bookmark, cloth, embroidered "May"

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Cufflinks, (6) in blue case

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Engraved name plate, "Mr. Coleman C. Wallace",

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Engraved name plate, "Mrs. Coleman C. Wallace",

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Engraved name plate, "Miss Velma Fay Nisius",

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Armbands, "1911L", blue felt, (3)

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Sash, "1911L", blue

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Flags, cloth, France, United States (3), Britain

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Flag, cloth, composite of French, American and British flags

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Flag, blue star on white and red background, (2), one is inscribed "This flag - mother had in the window at Vanceburg, Ky. when my brother Karl went into the service,"

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Yellow ribbon,

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Pennant, "Vanderbilt 1909 Cup Race"

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Memorial Record book, C. C. Wallace, 1944.

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Memorial Record book, May B. Wallace, 1958.

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Memorial Record book, Bertha N. Nisius, 1958.

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Phillips Academy calendar, 1907, (2).

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Phillips Academy calendar, 1908.

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Yale calendar, 1911.

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Yale calendar, 1912.

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Picture drawn by Faye Wallace, 1935

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Picture drawn by Patsy Wallace, March 14, 1938

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Print of Monticello, West Publishing Company

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Prints, various subjects, Barnes-Crosby Company (7)

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Phonograph record, "Jerusalem in Captivity--Personal Message from H.M. King Hussein of Jordon," December 9, 1972

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Ration coupons for sugar, ca. 1944.

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Decal, "Eastern Kentucky University Alumni Association"

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Decal, "Bluegrass Sportsmen's League, Lexington, Kentucky"

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Decal, "Berea College"

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Decal, American flag

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"Pin the Tail on the Donkey" game, 1926

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Menu from Houston's "Ship-A-Hoy" restaurant

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Musical score, "Berea Song"

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Memorandum concerning HEW regulations for decorating for Christmas

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Abraham Lincoln souvenir, copy of Presidential Oath

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Abraham Lincoln souvenir, facsimile of original notes for Gettysburg address,

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A. Lincoln souvenir, facsimile of letter written Oct 16, 1863

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Lincoln souvenir, facsimile of letters written Feb 2, 1848 and July 11, 1848

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Lincoln souvenir, facsimile of order of procession and program at Gettysburg

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Agreement made between Nisius and Reed for the exchange of one kiss in return for one vote for Warren G. Harding, October 31, 1920

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Pamphlet, "How to See Chicago."

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Pamphlet, "Welcome to Disneyland", 1956.

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Henry T. Duncan Memorial Award, 1972

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Mortar spatula commemorating dedication of the Wallace Building, Oct 3, 1971

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D. Oversized Photographs

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Berea College, ca. 1923

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House in New Haven, Connecticut, ca. 1911

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Dinner gathering at Yale, ca. 1911

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Class of 1911L, Yale, 1911, (2)

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Class Reunion of 1911L, Yale, April 1966

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Annual Dinner of the New Haven Chamber of Commerce, Dec 13, 1910

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Group picture, ca. 1911,

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Group picture, ca. 1911,

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Group picture, ca. 1911,

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Group picture, ca. 1911,

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Phillips Academy, group picture, ca. 1906

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Phillips Academy, group picture, 1906

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Phillips Academy, football team, 1906

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Phillips Academy, football team, 1906

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Phillips Academy, football team, 1908

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Phillips Academy, football team, 1908

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Students National Assembly, Washington, DC, May 11-13, 1925

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William Wallace, 1911

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William Wallace, July 1941

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William Wallace, July 1941

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William Wallace, July 1941

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William Wallace, ca. 1940s

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William Wallace, ca. 1940s

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William Wallace, ca. 1940s

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William Wallace, ca. 1940s, (2)

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William Wallace, ca. 1940s, (2)

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William Wallace, ca. 1960s, (2)

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William Howard Taft, autographed, April 18, 1912

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Willis, ca. 1945

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James B. McCreary, autographed and numbered

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John Sherman Cooper, autographed

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Charles E. Hughes, American Bar Association president

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Edward C. O1Rear, 1920, autographed

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Velma Wallace, 1938

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Patsy and Fay Wallace, ca. 1933

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Portrait of unidentified man, head shot

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C. C. Wallace, 1886

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Kentucky Senate, 1922, (2)

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Kentucky Senate Committee, ca. 1922

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Officers Training Camp, F.T.B., Harrison, Indiana, 1917

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Headquarters Detachment, 63rd F.A. Brigade, Camp Shelby, Sept 27, 1918

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63rd F.A. Brigade, ca. 1918

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Members of the 63rd F.A. Brigade on horseback, 1918

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Wallace Family newsclippings, 1914-1975

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Society newsclippings, 1951-1975

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Health newsclippings

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Newsclippings, 1911-1915

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Political newsclippings, 1932-1950

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Political newsclippings, January 18, 1945-March 27, 1951

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Political newsclippings, May 19, 1934-March 1, 1939

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Political newsclippings, March 3, 1939-October 24, 1950

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Photographs, ca. 1920s-1945

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Photographs, ca. early 1900s

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Photographs, ca. 1900-1920

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News clipping Series

The Newsclipping Series is composed of one box of newsclippings arranged chronologically covering the years 1915-1974. The clippings have been photocopied for preservation purposes.

1915-1919.

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1920.

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1921-1930

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1931-1945.

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1946.

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1947.

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1948.

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1949-1950.

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1951-1959.

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1960-1964.

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1965-1970.

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1971.

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1972-1974.

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Undated.

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Photograph Series

The Photograph Series is composed of seven boxes containing over 2000 prints and negatives. Approximately one-fourth of the prints and two-thirds of the negatives are unidentified. The series covers the years 1886-1972 and consists mainly of family snapshots and portraits. The folders are arranged alphabetically by subject. There are several oversized photographs which have been wrapped and are described in the Memorabilia Series All photographs are in acid-free folders, interleaved between acid-free paper, and are numbered consecutively per folder.

Berea College, students & faculty, individuals, 1921-1923,

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Berea College, students & faculty, groups, ca. 1921- 1923,

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Berea College, Scenic, ca. 1921-1923,

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Berea College, students & faculty, individual/unidentified shots, ca. 1921-1923,

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Beers College, students & faculty, group/unidentified shots, ca. 1921-1923,

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Bluegrass Girl Scout Camp, July 3-17, 1938,

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Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, 1968-1973,

  • Box 26, folder 7

Board of Regents, April 23, 1968.

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Board of Regents at Arlington, May 4, 1972.

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Board of Regents, August 8, 1972.

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Board of Regents, May 16, 1973.

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Eastern Centennial Alumni Award Banquet, April 19, 1974,

  • Box 26, folder 8

Dinner scene, April 19, 1974

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William Wallace with Robert Martin, April 19, 1974.

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Cooper, John Sherman, 1948,

  • Box 26, folder 9

Cooper giving speech, October 21, 1948.

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Cooper portrait.

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Cooper, John Sherman/Group shots, 1948,

  • Box 26, folder 10

Cooper with Dwight Eisenhower.

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Cooper and "Skaggs", October 20, 1948.

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Cooper shaking hands, October 20, 1948.

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Eastern Football Homecoming, 1969,

  • Box 26, folder 11

William Wallace and Homecoming Queen Louisa Flook, 1969.

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Groundbreaking ceremonies for Eastern Law Enforcement-Center,

  • Box 26, folder 12

Board of Regents', breaking ground's.

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Robert Martin giving speech.

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Robert Martin and Wendell Ford.

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Wendell Ford

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Individual shots, ca. 1870-1955,

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Individual portraits, undated, Allis-Austin,

  • Box 26, folder 14
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Individual portraits, undated, Ballard-Burgen,

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Individual portraits, undated, Castle-Gentry,

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Individual portraits, undated, Hamilton-Johns,

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Individual portraits, undated, Kerr-Luxon,

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Individual portraits, undated, "Margaret"-Spider,

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Individual portraits, undated, Voleuwerder-Yates,

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Individual, female, unidentified,

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Individual, female, unidentified,

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Individual, female, unidentified,

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Individual, female, unidentified,

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Individual, female, unidentified,

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Individual, male, unidentified,

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Individual, male, unidentified,

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Individual, male, unidentified,

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Individual, niale, unidentified,

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Group portraits, 1883-1972,

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Group portraits, undated,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Group shots, unidentified,

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Neal Family/Group, ca. 1886-1895,

  • Box 29, folder 1
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Neal Family/Individual, ca. 1870-1896,

  • Box 29, folder 2
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Nisius Family/Group, 1893-1944,

  • Box 29, folder 3
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Nisius Family/Individual, 1896-1972,

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Phillips Academy, Andover, 1906-1908,

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Republican Party, 1940-1954,

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Republican National Convention at Philadelphia, June 1940.

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Republicans, June 22, 1950.

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District Organization Meeting, August 25, 1950.

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Wallace with John Sherman Cooper and Nixon, Nov 20, 1954.

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Republican National Convention, July 17, 1954.

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Dummit for Governor.

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Republicans.

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Scenic/Buildings,

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Scenic/France, Arena at Arles, 1919,

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Scenic/France, Buildings and Ruins, 1919,

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Scenic/France, French countryside, 1919,

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Scenic/France, Mountains, 1919,

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Scenic/France, Panoramic city views, 1919,

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Scenic/France, Villenbarue race course, May 11, 1919,

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Scenic/Gravesites,

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Scenic/Miscellaneous,

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Scenic/Rural,

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W. L. Wallace Building Dedication Ceremony, Oct 3, 1971,

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Wallace Family/Hawaiian Trip, July 1964,

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Wallace Family/Individual, C. C. Wallace, 1886-1959

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Wallace Family/Individual, Coleman Wallace, 1907-1928,

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Wallace Family/Individual, Fay Wallace, 1925-1943,

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Wallace Family/Individual, May B. Wallace, 1869-1889,

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Wallace Family/Individual, Patricia Wallace, 1931-1963,

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Wallace Family/Individual, William Wallace, 1893-1969,

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Wallace Family/Individual, W. Wallace, Jr., 1942-1960s,

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Wallace Family/Individual, Velma Wallace, 1923-1972,

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C C. Wallace Family/Group, 1889-1948,

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William Wallace Family/Group, 1914-1972,

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Wallace Family/Sea Island, Georgia, May-June 1954,

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Walters Collegiate Institute, 1903-1905,

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Wit Family, 1910-1931,

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World War I/Individual, 1916-1919,

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World War I/Group, 1916-1919,

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World War I/Group, 1916-1919,

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World War I/Group, 1916-1919,

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World War I/Group, 1916-1919,

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World War I/Scenic, Miscellaneous, 1916-1919,

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Yale University, 1909-1956,

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Negatives, France, 1919,

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Negatives, France, Wallace, M. and Mme. Crozet, and Lt. Fontaine, 1919,

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Negatives, Nisius Family, 1920s-1930s,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Ind., Coleman Wallace, 1928,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Ind., Fay Wallace, 1925- 1945,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Individual, Patricia Wallace, 1932-1948,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Individual, Velma Wallace,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Individual, William Wallace,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Individual, William Wallace, Jr., ca. 1930,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Group, ca. 1920-1970,

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Negatives, Wallace Family/Group, ca. 1920-1970,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Negatives, Unidentified,

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Publication Series

The Publication Series is composed of eight boxes of various publications covering the years 1885-1974. The series includes publications relating to business, education, the military, history, politics, and religion among others. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each folder.

1. The Estate Reports Company. "The Increased Costs of Inheritance." Detroit, Michigan, 1935.

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2. Union Bank and Trust Company. Statement of Condition. Lexington, Kentucky, June 30, 1936.

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3. Union Bank and Trust Company. Statement of Condition. Lexington, Kentucky, December 31, 1939

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4. Union Bank and Trust Company. Statement of Condition. Lexington, Kentucky, June 30, 1950.

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5. Spachner, Esther A., ed. Scope. Evanston, Illinois: Transcontinental Life Insurance Company, December 1965.

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6. General Electric. Share Owners Quarterly Report. January 1966

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7. First National Bank and Trust Company of Lincoln. Annual Report. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1969.

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8. Superior Equity Corporation. Special Mid-Year Report. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1970

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9. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. AGB Reports. Vol. 12, No. 10, (July-August 1969).

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10. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges AGB Reports, Vol. 12, No. 3, (November-December 1969).

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11. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges AGB Reports, Vol. 12, No. 4, (January 1970).

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12. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. AGB Reports. Vol. 12, No. 5, (February 19W)

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13. The Berea Al~us. January 1956.

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14. The Berea Alumnus. December 1956.

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15. Pelton, Louise, ed. A Brief History of Berea College. 1963.

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16. Constitution and By-Laws of the Philomathean Society of Phillips Academy. Andover, Mass.: The Andover Press, 1901.

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17. Phillips Academy picture book, ca. 1906.

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18. Phillips Andover football schedule, 1906.

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19. Phillips Academy rules and regulations, September 22, 1906.

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20. Andover-Exeter football game program, November 10, 1906.

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21. Andover Vaudeville Show program, January 25, 1907.

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22. Phillips Andover Hockey schedule, season of 1907.

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23. Andover-Exeter track meet program, May 30, 1907.

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24. Phillips Andover Baseball schedule, 1907

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25. Andover-Exeter baseball game program, June 8, 1907.

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26. Phillips Academy Preliminary List of Students, 1907-1908

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27. The Phillipian. Football extra, November 9, 1907.

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28. Andover Annual Banquet program, February 22, 1908

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29. The Phillipian. Vol. XXX, No. 34, February 26, 1908.

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30. Official program for Schools Under the Auspices of the Boston Athletic Association, Nineteenth Annual Meeting, February 29, 1908.

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31. Sixteenth Annual Philo-Forum Debate program, March 20, 1908.

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32. Andover-Exeter Musical Clubs First Annual Concert program, March 21, 1908.

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33. Phillips Andover Baseball schedule, 1908 season

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34. Annual banquet of the Philomathean Society program, April 25, 1908.

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35. Andover-Exeter track meet program, May 30, 1908.

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36. The Phillips Andover Mirror. Vol. III, No. 6, May 1908

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37. The Philh~ian. Baseball Extra, June 6, 1908

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38. Banquet program, June 13, 1908.

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39. Phillips Academy Class Day program, June 16, 1908.

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40. Phillips Andover Hockey Schedule, 1908-1909 season.

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41. "The Automobile Routes to Andover and a Map of the Academy," 1934.

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42. Andover. Vol. 59, No. 1, April 1965.

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43. Phillips Andover Pot-Pourri and Class Book. Phillips Academy, Class of 1907.

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44. Phillips Andover Pot-Pourri and Class Book. Phillips Academy, Class of 1908.

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45. Inauguration of Hermann Lee Donovan as Sixth President of the University of KY. Lexington, May 6, 1942

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1. Ames, James Barr. Selection of Cases in Equity Jurisdiction with Notes and Citations. Vol. I, Parts I-IV. Cambridge: Harvard Law Review Publishing Association, 1904.

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2. Yale. A picture book, ca. 1909.

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3. Yale University Baccalaureate Address program, June 18, 1911.

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4. Yale Law Library Readers' Manual. 3rd edition, New Haven: Yale Law Library, 1958.

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5. Yale Law School Alumni Day. Yale Law School Association, 1958.

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6. Yale Law School Directory of the Reunion Classes of 1896, 1901, 1906, 1911, 1916, 1921. Yale Law School, April 1966.

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7. Yale Law Report. New Haven: Yale Law School, Fall 1973.

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8. Constitution of the Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi. 1910.

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9. Brief for Apellee, David Lyman, Appellant vs James F. Ramey, Insurance Commissioner of State of Kentucky. Louisville: Westerfield-Bonte Co., Inc., ca. 1920s.

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10. Brief for Contestant, Ronald C. Oldham, Contestant vs. William L. Wallace, Contestee in the Kentucky State Senate. Louisville: Westerfield-Bonte Co., Inc., 1922.

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11. American Law Institute 25th Annual Meeting in Joint Session with National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws program, Washington, DC, May 20-22, 1948.

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12. Townsend, William H. First Annual Meeting of the KY Bar Association. Louisville: Standard Printing Co., Inc., 1950 Inscribed by the author

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13. Goodrich, Herbert F. and Paul A. Wolkin. Story of American Law Institute 1923-1961. St. Paul: American Law Institute Publishers.

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14. American Trial Lawyers Association. Damages and Settlement Course Handbook. New York, ca. 1965.

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15. The Boudoir Language of Flowers. East Newark, N.J.: Kerr and Co., 1885.

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16. Studies in Longfellow, Whittier, Holme~ and Lowell. No. 12, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, June 2, 1886.

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17. The Vision of Sir Launfal and Other Poems by James Russell Lowell No. 30, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, November 1, 1887.

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18. Cooke, Flora J. Nature Myths and Stories for Little Children. Vol. 1, No. 1, Chicago: A. Flannagan, August 1894.

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19. Grover, Edwin Osgood. A Thought of You. Chicago: P. F. Volland and Co., 1913.

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20. Sheard, Vinna. Carry On! Canada, 1917

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21. Stevenson, Robert Louis. Will 0' the Mill. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell and Company.

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22. Gourio, E. My French Campanion. Paris: Bouveau et Chevillet, 1918.

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1. United States Government Printing Office. Gunnery and Explosives for Field Artillery Officers. United States of America War Office, 1911.

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2. United States Government Printing Office. Service Regulations for Field Artillery (Horse and Light). Vol. III, U.S. of America War Office, 1916.

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3. U.S. Government Printing Office. Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery (Horse and Light). Vol. IV, U.S.A. War Office, 1916.

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4. U.S.Government Printing Office. Manual for NonCommissioned Officers and Privates of Field Artillery of the Army of the U.S. Vol. II, U.S.A War Office, 1917.

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5. U.S. Government Printing Office. Notes of Methods of Attack and Defense to Meet the Conditions of Modern Warfare. Army War College, April 1917.

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6. The Jelly Roll. December 1918.

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7. Military Training Camps Association of the U.S. Annual Report of Executive Secretary. January 31, 1919.

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8. Madison County, Kentucky. 1927

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9. Park, E. C. History of Irvine and Estill County, Kentucky.

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10. An Epoch in Missouri History. U.K. Library Associates, 1958.

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11. Maddux, Bob Lee. Horse and Hound in Kentucky. 1961.

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12. Robbins, (Mrs.) George Calvin. A Short History of the Pattie Amelia Clay Infirmary, 1892-1966. Richmond: The Daily Register Company, 1966.

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13. Annual Conclave Grand Commandery Knights Templar program. Louisville, Kentucky, May 27-28, 1896.

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14. Lincoln Day Banquet program. Baltimore, Maryland, February 12, 1907.

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15. Masonic Temple Complimentary Dinner in Honor of Curtis Field Burnam program. Richmond, Kentucky, May 24, 1907.

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16. Annual Banquet of Chamber of Commerce of New Haven program. New Haven, Connecticut, December 13, 1910.

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17. Masonic Temple Complimentary Dinner in Honor of Samuel S. Parkes program. Richmond, Kentucky, October 11, 1915.

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18. Eigth Annual Banquet Lincoln Protective Club program. Louisville, Kentucky, February 11, 1922.

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19. Tenth Annual Banquet Lincoln Protective Club program. Louisville, Kentucky, February 12, 1924

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20. Twenty-Second Annual Banquet Lincoln Protective Club program. Louisville, Kentucky, February 12, 1936.

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21. Annual Dinner in honor of Members of Court of Appeals of KY and Members of Lexington Bar who served in World War II, given by Lexington Bar Association program. Lexington, Kentucky, January 7, 1946.

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22. Banquet in honor of Members of Court of Appeals of Kentucky given by the Lexington Bar Association program. Lexington, Kentucky, January 8, 1947.

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23. First Methodist Church Dedication Service program. Richmond, KY, July 11, 1948.

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24. Annual Banquet in honor of Members of Court of Appeals of KY given by the Lexington Bar Association program. Lexington, Kentucky, January 14, 1953

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25. Dinner in honor of Thruston B. Morton program. Louisville, KY, Jan 31, 1953.

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26. Annual Banquet in honor of Members of Court of Appeals of KY given by the Fayette County Bar Association program. Lexington, Kentucky, Jan 28, 1955.

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27. Forty-First Annual Banquet of the Lincoln Club program. Louisville, KY, February~12, 1955.

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28. Forty-Third Annual Banquet of the Lincoln Club program. Louisville, KY, February 16, 1957.

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29. Forty-Fourth Annual Banquet of the Lincoln Club program. Louisville, KY, February 15, 1958.

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30. Salute to Eisenhower Dinner program, Louisville, KY, January 27, 1960

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31. Dinner for Directors, Officers & Guests of Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland program. Lexington, KY, October 10, 1961.

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32. Tribute to Thruston B. Morton Dinner program. Luisville, KY, April 1, 1962.

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33. Forty-Ninth Annual Banquet of the Lincoln Club program. Louisville, KY, February 14, 1963.

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34. Lincoln Day Victory Dinner program. Lexington, Kentucky, February 15, 1963.

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35. Testimonial Dinner Honoring Judge Chester D. Adams program. Lexington, Kentucky, November 26, 1963.

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36. Bluegrass Lincoln Club Dinner program. Lexington, Kentucky, Feb 14, 1964.

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37. Kentucky Society, Sons of the Revolution Annual Banquet program. Lexington, Kentucky, April 22, 1964.

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38. Fifty-Second Annual Banquet of the Lincoln Club program. Louisville, KY, February 12, 1966.

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39. Kiwanis Worship and Memorial Service program. Louisville, KY, Sept 14, 1975

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40. Anglo-Boar War Exhibit Official Program, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904.

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41. Eagle Rock Lodge brochure, 1908.

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42. La Savoie Pittoresgue. No. 49, 1909.

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43. Guide~de Chamonix. 1913.

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44. Sonja Henie and Her Hollywood Ice Revue program. 1939.

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45. Spring, Agnes Wright, ed. "An Army Wife Comes West. Letters of Catberine Weaver Collins (1863-1864)," reprinted from The Colorado Magazine. Vol. XXXI, No. 4, October 1954.

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46. Hieb, Davtd L. Fort Laramie. Washington, DC: National Park Service, 1954.

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47. Wyoming Wildlife. Vol. XXX, No. 12, (December 1966).

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48. Hall, Dr. Wilford. Hygienic Treatment for Cure of Disease, Preservation of Health & Promotion of Longevity Without Medicine. New York: A Wilford Hall, ca. late 1800s.

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49. Winchester Repeating Arms Co. Catalogue No. 69. June 1902.

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50. Murphy, Capt. David A. McKinley the Patriot. Cincinnati: Methodist Book Concern, 1907

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51. Independent Order of Odd Fellows Memorial Services program. Richmond, KY, June 6, 1915.

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52. International Puncture Cure, Inc. Catalogue. New Orleans, 1920.

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53. Fascinating Womanhood Part IV. St. Lo~uis: The Psychology Press, 1922.

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54 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Memorial Services program. Richmond, KY, June 3, 1928.

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55. Start of the C.N.E.-Wrigley Marathon. Brigades Limited, Sept 5, 1928.

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56. White, Muriel and Margaret N. Clemens. Beginning Lesson Stories. Vol. 19, No. 2, Christian Board of Publications, January- February-March 1929

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57. Independent Order of Odd Fellows Grand Lodge Encampment and Rebekah Assembly Annual Sessions official program. Lexington, Kentucky, October 7-9, 1946

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58. "A Clear Conscience, A Sensitive Heart, A Dynamic Faith," a pamphlet, 1953.

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59 Barbourville Chamber of Commerce Meeting program. Barbourville, Aug 24, 1954.

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60. "Biography... Fred B. Wachs, pamphlet. Lexington Herald-Leader Co., June 15, 1962

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61. Bluegrass Sportsmen's League. Constitution and By-Laws. December 1964.

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62. "Laughs and Chuckles." Reader's Digest Association, Inc., 1964.

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63. Idle Hour Country Club, 1966.

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64. Life. Vol. 65, No. 25, Time, Inc., December 20, 1968

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65. The Central Kentucky Youth Symphony Orchestra "Salute to Teens" program. Lexington, Kentucky, February 23, 1975.

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66. Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College "Videballeton" program.

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67. Diederich, John. One Solitary Life.

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1. The Uncle Ray "Surprise Leaflet." Publishers Syndicate, 1931.

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2. Gabriel 4 Star Horoscope. New York: Astar Company, January 2, 1936.

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3. Gabriel 4 Star Horoscope. New York: Astar Company, November 2, 1936.

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4. Kiwanian. Vol. 1, No. 10. Lexington: Kiwanis Club of Lexington, Jan 22, 1946

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5 Vol. 7, No. 34. Lexington: Kiwanis Club of Lexington, Sept 9, 1952.

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6. Bluegrass Sportsman Trails. Vol. 13, No 1, Bluegrass Sportsmen 5 League, Inc., August 1972.

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7. Republican State Campaign Committee. Campaign Handbook of Republican Party. 1915.

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8. Republican National Committee. Republican Campaign Textbook. 1920.

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9. Committee of One Hundred of the American Refugees from Mexico. Wake Up America. ca. 1916.

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10. Republican National Committee. The Hoover Administration. 1930.

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11. Republican National Committee. American Market Supports Foreigners. Chicago: Palmer House, 1935-

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12. First Voter Facts. Chicago: First Voters League, 1936.

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13. Republican National Committee. The Roosevelt Record in Red. 1940.

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14. Wilkie for President Committee. What it Means to You to Elect Wendall Wilkie. Louisville: 1940.

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15. Park for the Senats Lexington: Park For Senator Committee, 1944.

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16. The Will to Win. Louisville: Republican State Finance Committee, 1950.

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17. Crucial Republican Information for this Hour of Decision. 1952.

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18. Vote Republican. Louisville: Republican State Campaign Committee, 1952.

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19. "Eisenhower' a Record is Pro-Communist, 1952.

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20. "Facts About Ike.11 1952

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21. Ike and Dick, All-American Partners. Republican National Committee, 1952.

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22. Veterans for John S. Cooper for U.S. Senator. 1952.

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23. "John Sherman Cooper Really Deserves the Farm Vote." Republican State Campaign Committee, 1952.

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24. The Proof is in the Winning. Taft National Committee, 1952.

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25. Hicks, Wilson, ed. This is Ike. New York: Henry Holt & Company, Inc., 1952

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26. The Balance of Payments, the Gold Drain, and Your Dollar. Republican National Committee, 1965.

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27. Let's Get With It! 1963.

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28. "News Release." October 11, 1972.

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29. "Nixon-Nunn Campaign Confidential." 1972.

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30. "Truth About Truman.1, Brown Publishing Co.

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31. "President Hoover's 12 Point Program." Republican National Committee.

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32. "An Appeal for the Nomination of Congressman Maurice H. Thatcher."

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33. "Kentucky Can Be Carried for Landon and Knox."

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34. Lucas, Robert Young Republicans and the Republican Party Republican National Committee.

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35. United States Government Printing Office. Congressional Record. Vol. 66, No. 80, March 10, 1925.

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36. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, June 6, 1936.

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37. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, June 13, 1936.

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38. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, June 20, 1936.

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39. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, June 27, 1936.

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40. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, July 4, 1936.

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41. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, July 11, 1936.

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42. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, July 17, 1936.

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43. Facts and Opinions. Republican National Committee, July 23, 1936.

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44. Various political flyers

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45. Presidential Inauguration, Official Program of the Inaugural Ceremonies. Inaugural Committee, 1953.

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46. Inaugural Ball. Inaugural Committee, January 20, 1953.

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47. Inaugural Futi ²~al. Inaugural Committee, January 20, 1953.

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48. Forty-Second Inaugural, Commonwealth of Kentucky. Frankfort: Inaugural Committeet. December 7, 1943.

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49. Inaugural Souvenir. Glasgow: Glasgow Daily Times, December 12, 1967.

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50. Kentucky Republican News. Louisville: Republican State Campaign Committee, September 21, 1932.

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1. Hay, John. Memorial Address on the Life and Character of William McKinlay. Washington: Government Printing Office, February 27, 1902.

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2. Who's Who, Kentucky General Assembly. Louisville: The Louisville Times and Courier Journal, 1920

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3. Kaltenbacher, Will S. Who's Who, Kentucky General Assembly. The Louisville Times and Courier Journal, 1922

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4. Rules of Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky. February 1925.

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5. Arndt, Robert. The Women in Hitler's Life. New York: Herald Publishing Company, 1944.

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6. Dietz, August. Presidents of the United States of America. Richmond, VA: Dietz Press, Inc., 1944.

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7. Presidential Guide. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Bulletin, 1948.

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8. Book of Presidents. Amsterdam, New York: Amsterdam Print and Lithograph Associates, 1956.

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9. Rice, David. Slavery: Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy. Lexington: University of Kentucky Library Associates, 1956.

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10. Monday. Vol. 4, No. 28, Washington, D.C.: Republican National Committee, October 16, 1972.

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11. The National Republican. Vol. 18, No. 7, July 1952.

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12. Republican. Vol. 1, No. 4, Washington, D.C.: Republican National Committee, February 18, 1932.

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13. Republican. Vol. 1, No. 31, Washington, D.C.: Republican National Committee, September 3, 1932.

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14. Republican. Vol. 1, No. 32, Wahsington, D.C.: Republican National Committee, September 10, 1932.

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15. Campaign Ammunition. Chicago: Young Republican League, Republican National Committee, ca. 1930.

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16. Sixth Annual Convention Republican League of United States. Louisville, KY, May 10-11, 1893. Cincinnati: Sixth Street Printing Works, 1893

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17. Daily Program of Mayor William Hale Thompson s Entertainment Committee. Chicago: Guthrop-Warren Printing Co., June 1916.

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18. Republican National Convention--A Book of Chicago. June 1916.

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19. Twenty-Fourth Republican National Convention. Ordar of Businass. Philadelphia: June 1948.

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20. Permanent Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to Republican National Convention. Philadelphia: Republican Nation~1 Committee, June 21, 1948.

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21. Temporary Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to Republican National Convention. Philadelphia: Republican National Committee, June 21, 1948.

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22. Hibbs, Ben. "Will the GOP Commit Suicide at Chicago?", Saturday Evening Post. Curtis Publishing Co., July 5, 1952.

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23. This Week in Chicago. Vol. 64, No. 24, Chicago: This Week in Chicago, Inc., July 5, 1952.

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24. Permanent Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to the Republican National Convention. Chicago: Republican National Committee, July 7, 1952.

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25. Temporary Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates to Republican National Convention. Chicago: Republican National Committee, July 1, 19~2.

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26. Official Program of the 29th Republican National Convention. New York: Bozell and Jacobs, Inc., August 5, 1968.

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27. "Roosevelt on Taft/Remarks of Hon. P. P. Cambell of Kansas, in House of Representatives." June 24, 1912

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28. "Speech of Judge J. M. Benton delivered at Opera House in Winchester, Ky., in opening his campaign for Re-Election as Judge of 25th Judicial District of Kentucky." May 24, 1915.

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29. "Speech of Judge W. R. Shackelford, candidate for Circuit Judge delivered at Court House in Winchester, Ky. in Reply to Judge Benton." June 5, 1915.

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30. "An Open Letter from C. C. Wallace to Judge J. M. Benton." June 22, 1915.

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31. U.S. Government Printing Office. "A Congressman's Service --Extension of Remarks of Hon. Maurice Thatcher of KY in House of Representatives." July 3,

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32. Statement of Robert H. Lucas, Executive Director Republican National Committee, August 16, 1930.

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33. "President is Furnishing National Leadership." Republican National Committee, March 28, 1931.

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34. Republican Speakers' Bulletin. Vol. 1, No. 1, Washington: Republican National Committee, May 1931.

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35. "Who Started It?" Speech of Hon. Arthur M. Hyde, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, January 16, 1932.

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36. "The Hoover~Administration." Republican National Committee, January 29, 1932

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37. U.S. Government Printing Office. "No President Has Labored More Earnestly." Speech of U.S. Senator James E. Watson of Indiana. February 12, 1932.

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38. U.S. Government Printing Office. "Relief Program of President Hoover." Address of U.S. Senator Simeon D. Fess of Ohio. March 3, 1932.

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39. Address by Hon. Joseph L. Hooper, Congressman from Michigan. Republican National Committee. April 19, 1932

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40. Address by Robert H. Lucas, Executive Director Republican National Committee. Delivered at Republican State Convention, Louisville, Ky. Republican National Committee. April 27, 1932.

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41. Address of Hon. Edwin P. Morrow. Delivered at Republican State Convention, Louisville, Ky. April 27, 1932.

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42. Republican Party Platform. Washington: Republican National Committee, June 27, 1932.

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43. "Hails Genius of Hoover." Republican National Committee, August 1932.

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44. "The Camp Hoover Built." Republican National Committee, August 1932.

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45. "Bonus Marchers and Federal Troops." Republican National Convention, Aug 1932.

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46. Address of President Hoover Accepting Republican Nomination for President of the United States. Republican National Committee. August 11, 1932.

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47. "Our Vanishing World Markets." Radio address by Hon. Hamilton Fish, Jr. of New York. June 17, 1935.

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48. "Free America or a Coercionist State" Address by Ogden L. Mills, Aug 17, 1935.

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49. "Good Government, Ecomony Pledge is Given Kentucky.'1 Judge King Swope, September 21, 1935.

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50. "Congressional Subserviency." Speech of Rep. Chester Bolton of Ohio, Chairman of National Republican Congressional Committee. National Republican Congressional Committee, October 3, 1935.

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51. "Christianson Replies to Roosevelt." Address by Hon. Theodore Christianson. Republican National Committee, October 3, 1935.

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52. "Security." -Address by Ogden L. Mills. October 10, 1935.

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53. "Safeguarding the Future." Address by Ogden L. Mills. October 16, 1935.

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54. "New Deal's Tariff & Effect Upon Farmers." Speech of Joseph W. Martin, Jr. National Republican Congressional Committee, October 17, 1935.

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55. "The Farm Problem." Speech of Representative Theodore Christianson. National Republican Congressional Committee, October 30, 1935.

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56. Speech of Representative Charles A. Eaton. National Republican Congressional Committee. November 1, 1935.

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57. "Unemployment." Address by Ogden Mills. November 12, 1935.

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58. "The Spending Orgy." Speech of Representative John B. Hollister. National Republican Congressional Committee, November 30, 1935.

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59. "Roosevelt the Waster." National Republican Congressional Committee, 1935.

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60. "Kansas Presents--Governor Alf M. Landon as the Man to Lead Republican Party to Victory." 1936.

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61. "States Rights in Kentucky" and "Save American Constitution." Address by Robert H. Lucas. 1936.

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62. "Hoover & Roosevelt-A Contrast in Policies." Los Angeles Times, National Contact Committee, 1936.

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63. "Abuses of Power." Speech of Jouett Shouse. American Liberty League, April 8, 1936.

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64. "Unto Third and Fourth Generation." Speech of Representative Florence O. Kahn. Republican Congressional Committee, April 16, 1936.

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65. "Spoils Riddle Relief." Speech of Representative Robert L. Bacon. Republican Congressional Committee, May 11, 1936.

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66. "The Right to Know." Clarence J. McLeod. Republican Congressional Committee, May 12, 1936.

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67. "Farley Scoffed at the Prairie States." Dewey Short. Republican Congressional Committee, May 25, 1936.

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68. "New Deal Depression Has Become Political." Fred A. Hartley, Jr. Republican Congressional Committee, May 26, 1936.

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69. Address by U.S. Senator Frederick Steiwee, Temporary Chairman of Republican National Convention, June 9, 1936.

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70. United States Government Printing Office. "Neutrality and Peace of United States." Robert A. Taft. October 13, 1939.

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71. U.S. Government Printing Office. "Balancing the Budget." Robert A. Taft. January 5, 1940.

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72. U.S. Government Printing Office. "America at the Crossroads." Arthur H. Vandenberg. February 13, 1940.

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73. U.S. Government Printing Office. "Foreign Policies and the 1940 Election

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74. U.S. Government Printing Office "The Farmer an-d America's Future." Robert A. Taft, February 24, 1940.

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75. U.S. Government Printing Office. "Looking Ahead to Next November." Arthur H. Vandenberg, March 25, 1940.

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76. Davis, John W. 1, No Third Term." New York Sun. Lakeside Printing Co., September 19, 1940.

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77. Inaugural Address of the President of the United States, Dwight Eisenhower. Republican National Committee, January 20, 1953.

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78. "The True Facts of the Texas Republican Convention." Representative B. Carroll Reece. Taft Committee, 1953.

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79. Uncansorad Vol. 1, No. 4, Republican National Committee, June 1, 1936

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80. International Sunday School Lessons. Lessons 5-8. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, February 1874.

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81. International Sunday School Lessons. Lessons 9-13. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, March 1874.

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82. International Sunday School Lessons. Lessons 16-17. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, April 19-26, 1874

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83. International Sunday School Lessons. Lessons 23-26. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, June 1874

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84. International Sunday School Lessons. Lessons 27-30. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, July 1874.

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85. International Sunday School Lessons. Lesson 11. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, June 12, 1887

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86. Central Christian Church. April 18, 1937.

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87. Central Church Chimes. Vol. XIV, No. 39, Central Christian Church, Dec 18, 1958.

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88. Peale, Dr. Norman Vincent. How to Change Unsatisfactory Situation. Vol. 18, No. 20, Foundation for Christian Living, 1967.

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89. Peale, Dr. Norman Vincent. Vol. 18, No. 21, Foundation for Christian Living, 1967.

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90. Central Church Chimes & Bulletin. Vol. 17, No. 36, Central Christian Church, October 7, 1971.

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91. Cantral Christian Church Chimes and Bulletin. Vol. XXVIII, No. 25, Central Christian Church, June 22, 1972.

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92. Central Christian, Church Chimas. Vol. XXIX, No. 39, Central Christian Church, October 25, 1973.

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93. Central Christian Church Chimes. Vol. XXX, No. 19, Central Christian Church, May 9, 1974.

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94. Daisie, Charles. Christian Family. St. Louis: United Christian Missionary Society.

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95. Smith, Leslie R. Man's Thoughts.

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96. Smith, Leslie R. The Law of Growth.

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97. Smith, Leslie R. None Other Way.

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Speech Series

The Speech Series consists of one box containing over seventy addresses delivered by Wallace, his father, and others and covers the years 1908-1974. The majority of the speeches are political in nature but also included are commencement addresses, speeches delivered to the various organizations Wallace belonged to, several Wallace Building dedication speeches, sermons, and prayers, as well as speeches on such topics as the history of Kentucky, women's suffrage, and racial integration. The material is arranged chronologically with undated speeches at the end of the series.

1908 - 100th Anniversary of Estill County - Irving, Kentucky.

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1915 - Remarks to Jury in Case of Commonwealth vs. Maupin.

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1916 - Rough -and Final Drafts of Republican Campaign Speech.

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Aug 11, 1919 - Resolution on the Death of Judge A. R. Burnam - Richmond, KY

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Fall 1919 - Political Speech for Edwin P. Morrow.

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Spring 1920 - Rough and Final Drafts of Republican Campaign Speech.

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Fall 1920 - Final and Partial Rough Drafts of Republican Campaign Speech.

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1920' - Rough and Final Drafts of Republican Campaign Speech

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ca. 1920 - Women Suffrage.

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Winter 1920 - Senatorial Campaign Speech - Madison County, Kentucky.

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May 1922 - Rough and Final Drafts of Address to Eastern KY State Normal School.

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May 1927 - Notes, Rough and Final Drafts of Address to Madison Co. High School Graduates - Richmond, Kentucky.

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May 1929 - Rough and Final Drafts of Presentation of "Yale Cup" to George Skinner Lexington, Kentucky

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December 28, 1931 - Address to Fayette County Bar - Lexington, Kentucky.

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January 24, 1934 - Presentation of Lexington Lions Club Award - Lexington, KY

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March 28, 1934 - Data on Madeline McDowell Breckinridge Fresh Air Camp.

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March 14, 1935 - Installation as President of Pyramid Club - Lexington, KY

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June 8, 1935 - Rough and Final Drafts of Radio Address Concerning Food Shower Sponsored by Lexington Lions Club for Benefit of Fresh Camp - Lexington, KY.

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March 12, 1936 - Address at Ladies Night Meeting of Pyramid Club - Lexington, KY.

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1936 - Portion of Speech Delivered for Republican Campaign.

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ca. 1936 - Republican Campaign Speech.

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June 1, 1938 - Address to Central District of KY Meeting of Odd-Fellows - Lexington, Kentucky

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Sept 17, 1938 - Address Delivered at Constitution Day Dinner for Republicans of 6th Congressional District - Lexington, Kentucky.

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ca. 1940 - Republican Campaign Speech - Berea, Kentucky.

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ca. 1940 - Notes and Speech Delivered to the Bluegrass Lincoln Club Dinner Honoring Ohio-Congressman Robert Taft, Jr. - Lexington, Ky.

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February 15, 1941 - Rough & Final Drafts of Toast Given to Bride at Wedding of Lois Coleman and Charles Wright Ness - Toronto, Canada.

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March 13, 1941 - Installation of President of Pyramid Club - Lexington, Kentucky.

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July 4, 1942 - "Birth of Kentucky and Her Place in Nation's History" - Richmond, Kentucky.

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ca. August 1942 - Memorial to Judge W. T. Fowler - Lexington, Kentucky.

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Nov 1-2, 1942 - Resolution on Death of Mr. Frank T. Cowgill - Lexington, KY

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ca. December 1942 - Christmas Meeting.

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ca. 1942 - Introduction of Mrs. Virgil Steed.

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May 22, 1944 - Resolution on the Death of C. C. Wallace - Richmond, Kentucky.

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October 25, 1945 - Radio Address/Republican Campaign Speech - Lexington, KY.

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October 31, 1945 - Radio Address/Republican Campaign Speech - Lexington, KY.

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Dec. 10, 1945 - Presentation of Flowers to Stoll on Behalf of Fayette Co Bar Association.

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ca. 1945 - Introduction of Mrs. Donald Glass Speaking on "Japan Begins Again."

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ca. 1946 - Address to Odd Fellows - Lexington, Kentucky.

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March 27, 1947 - "The Need for Universal Military Training~"

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September 17, 1947 - Address to District Bar Meeting - Lexington, Kentucky.

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November 3, 1947 - Introduction of Honorable Eldon S. Dummit, Republican Candidate for Governor at Republican Rally - Le~xington, Kentucky.

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July 11, 1948 - Victory Without War - Richmond, Kentucky.

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November 2, 1950 - Prayer.

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Oct 2, 1951 - Radio Address/Introduction of Mr. James L. Clay, Republican Candidate for Office of State Senator from Fayette Co - Lexington, KY.

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1951 - Republican Campaign Speech for Eugene Siler, Republican Candidate for Governor - Lexington, Kentucky

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January 1955 - Statement Before 1st Meeting of Board of Directors of Citizens Union Bank and Trust Cooq, any - Lexington, Kentucky.

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ca. 1955 - Seminar in Labor Relations.

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March 13, 1956 - "Some Non-Ethical Aspects of Racial Integration" Informal Club - Lexington, KY.

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ca. 1960 - Remarks Concerning the Founding of University of Camargo.

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March 20, 1961 - Address by Congressman Francis Walter, Chairman, Committee on Un-American Activities on the Dissenting Opinions in Wilkinson-Braden Cases.

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1961 - Rough and Final Drafts of Resolutions of the Fayette Co Bar Honoring Late Judge King Swope - Lexington, Kentucky.

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February 24, 1965 - Welcoming Remarks at the 69th Annual State Conference of the Kentucky Society of the Daughters of American Revolution - Lexington, KY.

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February 6, 1967 - "Singleton P. Walters 1818-1885" /Richmond Rotary Club Address - Richmond, Kentucky.

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April 16, 1968 - Remarks at Scott Reed Dinner.

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1968 - Rough Draft of Speech on Being Selected Permanent Chairman of Republican State Convention - Louisville, Kentucky.

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Sept 5, 1969 - Statement at installation of Charles Williamson, Jr., Esquire, as Judge - Lexington, Kentucky.

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ca. 1970 - Granting of Houorary Membership in Lexington Kiwanis Club to Fred Wachs - Lexington, Kentucky.

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October 3, 1971 - Dedication of Wallace Building - Richmond, Kentucky.

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October 3, 1971 - Address by John D. Rowlett at William L. Wallace Building Dedication - Richmond, Kentucky.

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August 13, 1974 - Prayer Given at Kiwanis Club.

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N.D. - Address at Fayette Co Bar Association Annual Dinner in Honor of Members of the Court of Appeals - Lexington, Kentucky.

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N.D. - Functions of the Underwriter.

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N.D. - Sermon/"The Life of Christ."

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N.D. - "The Last Charge"

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N.D. - Republican Campaign Speech.

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N.D. - Republican Campaign Speech.

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N.D. - Address to Odd Fellows - Lexington, Kentucky.

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N.D. - Introduction of Guests. N.D. - Prayer

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N.D. - "The Preservation of American Ideals."

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N.D. - Remarks at the Launching of Boat

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N.D. - Speech of Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge of U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of KY, Given at the Dedication of New Court

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N.D. - Memorandum for Portion of Resolutions on the Death of Judge R. C. Stoll.

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N.D. - Memorial Address Honoring Departed Odd Fellows.

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N.D. - Quotations:

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N.D. - Speech to Independent Order of Odd Fellows - Richmond, Kentucky.

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N.D. - Two Judges-Gus Thomas and Porter Sims, Rare and Lovable by Oslo W. Stanley

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World War I Series

Descrintion: The World War I Series is composed of two boxes of materials collected when Wallace served in the army from 1916 to 1919. The series includes battle maps, material relating to the Fifth Army Corps and the Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel Operations, general and special orders, training bulletins, and material relating to Wallace's various duties. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each subject.

Battle maps, 1918.

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Battle maps, 1919

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Correspondence courses, 1923-1924.

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Fifth Army Corps Horse Show, February 8, 1919.

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General Court-Martial Orders, 1918

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General Orders, 1918-1923.

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History of the Fifth American Army Corps.

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Inventory and Inspection Reports, 1917-1918.

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Leave of Absence, 1917.

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Memorandum Orders, 1919-1922.

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Memorandum Receipts, 1917-1918.

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Meuse-Argonne Operations, January 27, 1919.

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Miscellaneous, 1917-1919.

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Ordnance Property, 1917-1918.

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Quartermaster Reports, 1917.

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Quartermaster Reports, January-June, 1918.

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Onartermaster Reports, July 1918-1919.

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Signal Property, 1918.

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Special Orders, 1917-1919.

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St. Mihiel Operations, August 28-September 27, 1918.

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St. Mihiel Operations, October 8-November 17, 1918.

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St. Mihiel Operations, January 23, 1919. Training Bulletin, 1915-1918.

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