5 edition of public papers of Governor Simeon Willis, 1943-1947 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||James C. Klotter, editor ; Edmund D. Lyon and C. David Dalton, assistant editors.|
|Series||The public papers of the governors of Kentucky|
|Contributions||Klotter, James C., Lyon, Edmund D., 1943-, Dalton, C. David, 1957-, Kentucky. Governor (1943-1947 : Willis)|
|LC Classifications||J87 .K417 1943|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 403 p. :|
|Number of Pages||403|
|LC Control Number||87024085|
New York: Newcomen Society of America, He has given himself with much of devotion and self-abnegation to his noble profession for a period of more than half a century, and in its ranks he has long maintained a position of prominence. Thomas A. Arlety Campos Mrs. New York: Times Books, He was for fifty-two years in that office, where he served as deputy clerk for more than twenty years and for thirty years as clerk.
Burns Jr. See also Algiers; Morocco; Tripoli; Tunis Barbe-Marbois, Franqois, marquis de: and TJ's Notes on the State of Virginia, ; on terms of peace treaty, ; becomes French charge d'affairs, ; attacked by Longchamps,; and western trip with JM and Lafayette, ; and Louisiana Purchase, ; mentioned, Barbetrac, Jean, Barbour, James: on JM's sense of humor, 9; mentioned,,, Barbour, Philip Pendelton: and Andrew Jackson's raid into East Florida, ; reports on TJ's illness, ; considered for law professorship,,; declines law post,; mentioned,Barcelona, Spain, Barclay, Charles, Barclay, John, Barclay, Thomas,Barclay, Vice Admiral, Barksdale, Mr. Butler Centennial Congratulations on a truly amazing me in every Celebration weekend! Klotter is state historian and general editor of publications at the Kentucky Historical Society. Morgan LeConey Jr. Entries following page appear in Volume Three.
Brian D. He answered letters from readers, acknowledging or forwarding letters of praise on to the appropriate person, defending stands taken by the paper or the editorial page, and explaining his own beliefs and attitudes and how they affected the paper. When applicable, cross-references are provided to relevant files in this series and in the Subject series. Arthur Hays Sulzberger papers are arranged in two series:, n. On the 7th of September,was solemnized the marriage of Dr.
catalogue of Arabic manuscripts on medicine and science in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library
Coal Prices. Great Britain.
Public works appropriations, 1962
Encyclopedia Britannica Almanac 2004
Galatians; a letter for today
Observations, letters and opinions of the commissioners on the constitution and duties of the Record Commission.
Festivals and their meaning
Race for the Record
Master plan U.S.A.
Jerusalem as narrative space
Craft in society
book of the court
Rodgers Mrs. Franklin is descended from the great patriot, Robert Bruce, of Scotland. Collins, who was born at Frankfort, the capital city of Kentucky, on the 26th of March,and who is a son of John S. Kelly Mr. He resigned the presidency in to accept the chair of materia medica, therapeutics and public hygiene in the University of Louisville, a position which he held for several years thereafter.
In he became professor of philosophy in St. His memorandum requested business files and any additional material pertaining to public activities that would give insight into the range of their contribution. Burnham Mrs. The Klotters have ensured their book is the same. Thank you again for this wee how of Saturday was a perfect reminder munity.
Online access to this book is restricted to the University of Kentucky community. She taught music in Shelby County Public Schools from Zachary S.
Philip Swigert, then Clerk of the Franklin Circuit court, whose admiration for the young man was such that he made him a deputy in his office. McCormick Mr. He was reared to manhood in Franklin county, and there was solemnized his marriage to Miss Mary Church, who was born in that county in the year The arrangement and topic selection throughout is especially good.
While he was publisher, circulation of The Times almost doubled; the editorial page developed a reputation for strong opinions; news events were subjected to more analysis and coverage of specialized topics was strengthened; new sections and departments were created for food, fashion, and women; and the overall style of the paper became less rigid and more aesthetically pleasing.
This provided xxThe Timesxx with a consistent source of newsprint at a price they could control. While this collection documents Sulzberger's career at xxThe Timesxx, there is material that falls outside of that timeframe, as well as material that dates before and after his life.
Robert Rohn and Mrs. Agnes Louisa Brawner Franklin survives her honored husband and still maintains her home in Frankfort. Marian V.
Marilyn Snyder Rev. His father owned N. The correspondence between Sulzberger and his parents includes his letters home from his posts during World War I and his letter announcing his engagement to Iphigene.
His fealty to the Democratic party dates since the attainment of his majority and his right to cast his suffrage in its support, and his loyalty to its causes even preceded that event.We praise her splendid efforts and her superb achievements and dedicate this garden in her honor, as a toke of our gratitude and affection.” She is presently working on the official papers left by her husband, Governor Simeon Willis, and keeps up an active correspondence with her.
Simeon Slavens Willis (December 1, – April 1, ) was the 46th Governor of Kentucky, United States, serving from to He was the only Republican elected governor of Kentucky between and Willis's family came to Kentucky from Ohio about Political party: Republican.
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the University Press of Kentucky. Five books in print to date: Bert Combs the Politician. kukm1m61m Guide to the Linda Neville papers, 61M Processed by Archives staff; machine-readable finding aid created by Beth Eifler University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Special Collections Research Center Margaret I.
King Building, North Lexington [email protected] URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on. The Berryman family papers measure linear feet and date from towith the bulk of the material dating from to The collection presents a good overview of the careers of Washington Star cartoonist Clifford Berryman, his daughter, Star art critic, Florence, and his son, Jim Berryman, though the latter's career is not as well represented.