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Fri Mar 21 17:11:07 2014 UTClccn-n20030820590.00Message of Asa S. Bushnell, Governor of Ohio, to the General Assembly, January 3d, 18980.641.00Asa S. Bushnell /43678317Asa_S._Bushnell_(Governor)n 20030820596085427np-bushnell familyBushnell familylccn-n85039357Knight, George W.(George Wells)1858-1932lccn-n79027239Roosevelt, Theodore1858-1919np-lowndes, lloydLowndes, Lloydlccn-n50040316Johnston, Joseph, george eLounsbury, George E.lccn-no98089262Lord, William Painenp-dyer, elishaDyer, Elishanp-russell, daniel lRussell, Daniel L.lccn-n88664827Mount, James A.(James Atwell)1843-Bushnell, Asa Smith1900-1975Records and correspondenceHistoryBiographyBushnell, Asa Smith,GovernorsRoadsOhioPolitical scienceUnited StatesRepublican Party (Ohio)TemperanceUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaePrinceton University PressPrinceton UniversityFitzgerald, F. Scott--(Francis Scott),Wilson, Woodrow,Norris, Edwin MarkSpanish-American War (1898)Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Armed Forces--OfficersOhio.--General AssemblyMineral industries--FinanceGrand Army of the Republic.--Department of Ohio1898International relationsOhio--Miami CountyReal propertyOhio--ClevelandSocialismTexas--BrownsvilleElectionsAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Mineral industriesWomen--SuffrageMilitary participation--African AmericanPresbyteriansIndustrialistsDodge, Martin,TariffChurch buildingsSmithsonian InstitutionAfrican AmericansMexicoElectric railroadsPhotographyOhio--Union CountyUnited States.--CongressPostal servicePennsylvania--YorkCoal mines and miningRailroads and stateRoads--Design and constructionBankers1834190418951897189818991900190419091552026977.1F48692ocn244118514book18990.97Road improvement in governors' messages21ocn001452418book19041.00Atwood, Julius WalterAsa S. BushnellBiography21ocn061256299book1898OhioMessage of Asa S. Bushnell, Governor of Ohio, to the General Assembly, January 3d, 189811ocn084674310bookBushnell, Asa Smith[Genealogical chart of the descendants of Francis Bushnell]11ocn005984086mixDick, CharlesPapersU.S. Representative and Senator from Ohio and Secretary of the Republican National Committee. Correspondence and speeches by Dick and others, concerned with political campaigns in Ohio, patronage, and personal matters related to Dick's service in Congress. Contact repository for more information11ocn007290197mixGabriel familyPapersRecords and correspondenceContains correspondence from Dodge's terms in the Ohio House and Senate, as president of the Ohio Road Commission and as director of Public Road inquiries. Topics include road construction, postal reform, electric rail transportation, and woman's suffrage. Personal correspondence concerns real estate and family matters. Contact repository for more information11ocn084674317book1900Bushnell, Asa SmithThe Bushnell family : an address delivered by ex-governor Asa S. Bushnell of Ohio at the centennial celebration of the-- Prebyterian Church of Rome, New York, September 29, 190011ocn047262900book1895Bushnell, Asa SmithA business man's talk. A straight forward and manly discussion. Politics from the business point of view. Issues that appeal to every good citizen ... at Springfield, Sept. 10, 189511ocn006615427book1897Bushnell, Asa SmithPapers, 1897 Nov. 24Letter, Nov. 24, 197, from Gov. Asa Smith Bushnell, Columbus, O., to Rev. Richard Kaines, Lykens, Pa11ocn047262905book1897Bushnell, Asa SmithSpeech of Gov. Asa S. Bushnell, at Newark, Ohio, September 11, 189711ocn005817308mixBushnell, Asa SmithPapersHistoryGovernor of Ohio. Correspondence pertaining to routine administrative and legislative affairs during Bushnell's governorship, including resignations, recommendations, appointments, pardon requests, and the Spanish-American War, particularly mobilization in Ohio. Contact repository for more information11ocn018375978mixHoyt, James HumphreyCorrespondencePrimarily political correspondence with several U.S. Senators and Representatives, Ohio Governors, and officers of various county Republican organizations. Correspondents include Theodore E. Burton, Asa S. Bushnell, Charles L. Kurtz, William McKinley, John Sherman, and Caleb B. Wick11ocn605876101book1899OhioMessage of Asa S. Bushnell, Governor of Ohio, to the General Assembly, January 1st, 19001141ocn677927559visu19520.63Asa S. Bushnell125ocn035159958book19040.92Knight, George WAsa Smith Bushnell, governor of Ohio11ocn043637148art19041.00Atwood, Julius WalterAsa S. BushnellBiography11ocn070970249mix1.00Banner, William HHistoryPortraitsNewspaper sketch (undated) of Asa Smith Bushnell, Ohio governor; correspondence (35 items, 1894-1901) between Banner and others, including the Smithsonian Institution, relating to the purchase of his Civil War photographs; and sketch of battlefield at Petersburg, Va. (1865)11ocn177763247mix1.00Princeton Alumni Publications, IncPrinceton Alumni Publications, Inc. Editor's RecordsPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of the records of Princeton Alumni Weekly editors Edwin M. Norris (1905-1924) and Asa Bushnell (1926-1930)11ocn796917907visu18981.00Dalrymple, LouisThe Dingley millennium - it has made everybody happyPrint shows a vignette cartoon with Marcus Hanna at center wearing robes labeled "Marcus Aurelius Hanna" and a top hat with laurel wreath and ribbons labeled "Senatorship 1898", standing next to a safe labeled "Hanna", and holding a whip. Four men, two labeled "Boss Bushnell" and "Boss Foraker", bow down before him on ground labeled "Ohio". This vignette is captioned "happiness in Ohio" and "Hanna-- 'God reigns and the Republican Party still lives.'" Other vignettes show the working classes and merchants suffering the brunt of the "Reduction in Wages", overcrowding on public transportation, and no customers. Exporters, "Trust Magnets", and Tammany Hall's "N.Y. Democratic Club" appear to benefit the most11ocn155805200art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBushnell, Asa Smith11ocn074213676mix1.00Princeton Alumni Publications, IncPrinceton Alumni Weekly Editor's RecordsPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of the records of Princeton Alumni Weekly editors Edwin M. Norris (1905-1924) and Asa Bushnell (1926-1930)Fri Mar 21 15:16:25 EDT 2014batch11966