Item #13166 Miscellaneous Speeches. United States Congress.

Miscellaneous Speeches

Bound for former U.S. Representative from Indiana Lincoln Dixon. Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1900-1919.

Three-quarter leather. Thick octavo. Red cloth covered boards with leather covered corners, joints and spine. Gilt title on the spine. Gilt lettered name of Lincoln Dixon stamped base of spine. A sammelband collection of 48 Congressional speeches, addresses and history covering a wide range of subjects including Abraham Lincoln, World War I, Child labor, Food protection, government of America, and much more. The majority of bound pamhplets were printed between 1915-1918. One publication is dated 1900. Condition is good to very good for the publications.

The collection includes:

1. The Return of the Pelican Flag. Address of Hon. Henry T. Rainey of Illinois in the House of Representatives, January 8, 1916. 8 pages;

2. Our Rapidly Forming Food Trust and Its Effects Upon the Price of Bread. Why the Rainey Mixed Flour Bill Should Pass. Speech of Hon. Henry T. Rainey of Illinois in the House of Representatives August 25, 1916. 13 pages;

3. Socialism in America. A Reply to Hon. Meyer London, of New York. Speech of Hon. Henry T. Rainey of Illinois In the House of Representatives, January 11, 1918. 8 pages;

4. Dr. Garfield and the Fuel Order. Speech of Hon. Henry T. Rainey of Illinois In the House of Representatives March 1, 1918. 16 pages;

5. Child Labor. Speech of Hon. C. F. Reavis of Nebraska in the House of Representatives February 2, 1916. 4 pages;

6. Affairs in Mexico. Speeches of James A. Reed of Missouri in the Senate of the Senate of the United States April 21 and 22, 1914. 8 pages;

7. Abraham Lincoln. Address of Hon. William A. Rodenberg of Illinois February 12, 1916. 4 pages;

8. Six Speeches on the Diplomatic and Consular Service. Speeches of Hon. John Jacob Rogers of Massachusetts January 21 and 22, 1919. 22 pages;

9. The Food Control Bill. Speech of Hon. Thomas L. Rubey of Missouri in the House of Representatives June 20, 1917. 15 pages;

10. Philippine Independence. Speech of Hon. John F. Shafroth, of Colorado, In the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 7, 1916. 16 pages;

11. Abolition of Electoral College-Single Six-Year Presidential Term-Early Session of Congress. Speech of Hon. John F. Shafroth, of Colorado, In the Senate of the United States, January 8, 1917. 8 pages;

12. The Sovereignty of the States Over Navigable Rivers. Speech of Hon. John K. Shields of Tennessee in the Senate of the United States Monday, January 8, 1917. 24 pages;

13. Value of Long Service in Congress. Speech of Hon. T. W. Sims, of Tennessee, In the House of Representatives, Wednesday, April 13, 1910. 4 pages;

14. The Naval Appropriation Bill Speech of Hon. James L. Slayden of Texas in the House of Representatives January 29, 1915. 30 pages;

15. Postal Finances-Postal Policy-Parcel Post-Railway Mail Pay-Partisanship, Psychology of- . Speech of Hon. Halvor Steenerson of Minnesota in the House of Representatives February 10, 1916. 31 pages;

16. Live Stock Markets Controlled by Packers. Speech of Hon. Dan V. Stephens of Nebraska in the House of Representatives April 13, 1916. 16 pages;

17. Price Stability Protects Public. Excerpts From Speech of Hon. Dan V. Stephens of Nebraska in the House of Representatives June 29, 1917 on H.R. 212 (The Stephens Bill) A Bill to Prevent Dishonest Advertising and False Pretenses in Merchandising. 8 pages;

18. Federal Control of Railroads-In Support of the Administration. Speech of Hon. Dan V. Stephens, of Nebraska, In The House of Representatives, February 19, 1918. 16 pages;

19. The War Risk Insurance Bill. Speeches of Hon. Robert M. Switzer of Ohio in the House of Representatives September 8, 10, and 13, 1917. 8 pages;

20. The Navy League Unmasked. Speech of Hon. Clyde H. Tavenner of Illinois in the House of Representatives December 15, 1915. 32 pages;

21. Remarks of Hon. Edward T. Taylor of Colorado in the House of Representatives December 9, 1911 Including Speech of Governor John F. Shafroth of Colorado On Conservation of Our Natural Resources. 14 pages;

22. The Ship Purchase Bill and the Declaration of London. Speech of Hon. Henry W. Temple of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives February 6, 1915. 16 pages;

23. A Tribute to the Heroes at Vera Cruz. Speech of Hon. Thomas C. Hatcher of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives May 15, 1914. 8 pages;

24. Tuttle Standard-Barrel Bill. Speech of Hon. Thomas C. Hatcher of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives January 6, 1915. 8 pages;

25. Fiscal Relations of the Federal Government and the District of Columbia. Speech of Hon. George Holden Tinkham of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives May 23, 1916. 8 pages;

26. Our Flag Remarks of Hon. George Holden Tinkham of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives May 14, 1917. 13 pages;

27. Need of America and America's War Peril. Observations from the Front by Congressman George Holden Tinkham of Massachusetts. 1915. 4 pages;

28. Pensions for Confederate Soldiers. Speech of Hon. John N. Tillman of Arkansas in the House of Representatives February 11, 1916. 29 pages;

29. Review of the Life and Public Service of William Peters Hepburn. Speech of Hon. Horace M. Towner of Iowa in the House of Representatives April 13, 1916. 8 pages;

30. Washington and American Neutrality. Address Delivered by Hon. Horace M. Towner of Iowa in the House of Representatives February 22, 1917 Under Special Order of the House on Washington's Birthday. 15 pages;

31. Food Control Speech of Hon. Horace M. Towner, of Iowa, In the House of Representatives, Friday, August 3, 1917. 8 pages;

32. Eulogy Upon the Life of Hon. Joseph Hodges Choate. Speech of Hon. Allen T. Treadway of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives May 24, 1917. 8 pages;

33. The Governments Policy in Regard to the Outlay of Public Funds for Purposes of Promoting the Efficiency of Those in Private Pursuits. Address of Hon. Frank A. Vanderlip (President of the National City Bank of New York) Before the American Cotton Manufactures' Association on the Duke Cotton Warehouse Plan April 27, 1914 Printed in the Congressional Record of May 7, 1913 By Request of Hon. Herman A. Metz of New York. 12 pages;

34. Child Labor Education and Health for Working Children. Speech of Hon. William S. Vare of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives January 26, 1916. 8 pages;

35. Naval Appropriation Bill with Reference to the Government Armor-Plate Plant. Remarks of Hon. Henry W. Watson of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives June 13, 1916. 4 pages;

36. Manufacture of Armor Plate Speech of Hon. John W. Weeks of Massachusetts in the Senate of the United states March 16, 1916. 22 pages;

37. The American Red Cross. Speech of Hon. Riley J. Wilson of Louisiana in the House of Representatives March 29, 1918. 4 pages;

38. Local Self Government. Address of Hon. S. A. Witherspoon of Mississippi Delivered in Tammany Hall New York City, July 4, 1914. 8 pages;

39. Address Delivered at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Reunion of the Society of the Blue and the Gray at Ripley, West Virginia September 20, 1917 by Hon. Harry C. Woodward of West Virginia. 8 pages;

40. The Public Health Service. Speech of Hon. John D. Works of California in the senate of the United States January 5 and 6, 1915. 109 pages;

41. Senate. Our Country; What it is And What has made it what it is by W. C. Dodge. 1900. [1], 2 folding maps, 98 pages;

42. Homestead of Abraham Lincoln. Speeches of the House of Representatives April 5, 12, 1916. On A Bill to Accept to Accept A Deed of Conveyance From the Lincoln Farm Association to the Homestead of Abraham Lincoln, Near the Town of Hodgenville, State of Kentucky. [1], 108 pages;

43. Joseph Gurney Cannon. Proceedings in the House of Representatives on the Eightieth Anniversary of His Birth May 6, 1916. 53 pages;

44. Exercises Attending the Unveiling of the Statuary of the Piedmont of the House Wing of the United States Capitol Building Wednesday, August 2, 1916. 10:30 a.m. [1], 27 pages, 3 plates;

45. Panama Canal Matters. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C., Tuesday, January 11, 1916. Statement of Lieut. Col. Chester Harding, Engineer of Maintenance, Panama Canal. pages 3-55 pages;

46. Proceedings in the House of Representatives on the Occasion of the Retirement of Hon. John J. Fitzgerald. [1], 30 pages;

47. The Flag of the United States Address Delivered by Hon. Frederick C. Hicks of Long Island in the House of Representatives June 14, 1917. [1], 40 pages;

48. Development of the Naval Strength. Address Delivered to the Graduating Class of 1918 at the Naval Academy on June 6, 1918 by Hon. Josephus Daniels Secretary of the Navy. 10 pages. Very good. Item #13166

Price: $300.00

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