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Fri Mar 21 17:14:16 2014 UTClccn-n801537910.00Sons of the Revolution banquet held September 20, 1922 commemorating the 100th birthday of Senator Cornelius Cole0.711.00Speech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, on arming the slaves delivered in the House of Representatives72703840Cornelius_Colen 80153791533770lccn-n80153792Phillips, Catherine Coffin1874-1942lccn-n79055331University of California, Los AngelesLibrarylccn-n81008649Richardson, Elmo R.comlccn-n99271495United StatesCourt of Commissioners of Alabama Claimslccn-no2007148083De la Montanya, James1798-1849lccn-n85181590Central Pacific Railroad Companyviaf-305105046Cole familynp-farrar, victor jFarrar, Victor J.lccn-n80083733Haskins, Charles Warrenlccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenateCole, Cornelius1822-1924FictionHistoryBiographyTrials, litigation, etcRegistersSpeeches in CongressRecords and correspondenceAutographsArchivesPatentsCaliforniaCole, Cornelius,United StatesIndians of North AmericaPolitical scienceVoyages to the Pacific coastGold mines and miningFrontier and pioneer lifeManners and customsPioneersHaskins, Charles WarrenGreenbacksDebts, PublicLegal tenderAlabama claimsMilitary participation--African AmericanPolitical corruptionAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)RailroadsCentral Pacific Railroad CompanyTravelCole familyLegislatorsAlaskaCreditDominican RepublicCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodShipping bounties and subsidiesUnited States.--Congress.--SenateLincoln, Abraham,Internal revenueSteamboat linesSons of the Revolution.--California SocietyAustraliaWhiskey fraudsVallejo familyGutekunst, Frederick,Philippine ConstabularyPaddle-wheelsCole, George WArvizu familyPalmquist, Peter EHolladay, Ben,Miller, John Franklin,Edmunds, J. M.--(James Madison),Fessenden, William Pitt,PhilippinesHathaway, WilliamCalifornia--San FranciscoConstitutional amendments18221924186418651866186718681869187018711872187418871888189018981908192219241929195319551956197519801983198912595296920E415.834616ocn011333182book18880.63Cole, CorneliusCalifornia three hundred and fifty years ago Manuelo's narrativeHistoryFiction1063ocn786424395com18670.90Cole, CorneliusSpeech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, on the public debt : delivered in the United States Senate, December 5, 1867728ocn013850751book19080.70Cole, CorneliusMemoirs of Cornelius Cole, ex-senator of the United States from CaliforniaHistoryBiography611ocn506003162com18740.92De la Montanya, JamesIn the Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims, Washington, D.C. brief on behalf of certain claimants, James de la Montanya vs. the United StatesTrials, litigation, etc393ocn004323638book19240.76Cole, CorneliusIdeals in verse144ocn028884864book18640.95Cole, CorneliusSpeech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, on arming the slaves delivered in the House of Representatives, February 18, 1864HistorySpeeches in Congress92ocn021757524book18720.96Cole, CorneliusSpeech of Senator Cole : on pending railroad questions : delivered at Platt's Hall, San Francisco, Monday evening, September 23d, 187241ocn181318392com18900.56Haskins, Charles WarrenThe Argonauts of California, being the reminiscences of scenes and incidents that occurred in California in early mining daysBiographyRegisters41ocn070430486book19080.47Cole, CorneliusMemoirsHistory42ocn017795724book18641.00Cole, CorneliusSpeech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, on arming the slaves delivered in the House of RepresentativesHistory31ocn015002464book18691.00Cole, CorneliusThe public credit. Remarks of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, in the United States Senate, February 27, 186931ocn015002482book18710.96Cole, CorneliusAnnexation of Dominca. Speech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, in the Senate of the United States, April 19, 187131ocn019106482book18651.00Cole, CorneliusSpeech of Hon. Cornelius Cole ... on the China mail bill, delivered in the House of Representatives February 16, 186522ocn021723214book18701.00Cole, CorneliusWhiskey frauds - California and her revenue officers vindicated21ocn015002403book18701.00Cole, CorneliusAustralian mail line. Speech of Hon. Cornelius Cole, of California, in the United States Senate, July 9, 187011ocn567700642book0.10Autographs, members of the 38th Congress : signers of the Emancipation ProclamationAutographsA collection of original autographs of the Congressional signers of the Emancipation Proclamation11ocn049040318book1870Senator Cole's patent office career : the decisions in the case of Loud vs. Cole, up to the fourth appealPatents11ocn046832789bookThe Smith-Cole family papersHistoryArchivesDiariesRecords and correspondenceGeneral description of the collection: Smith-Cole Family papers include original writings of Colonel Cornelius C. Smith on subjects of military history, southwest, his experiences in the Philippines, South America, Nicaragua and elsewhere; contains a Philippine diary: parts I & II; a book describing the scheme of instruction for a cavalry regiment based on the scheme followed by 314th Cavalry; sketches on Cornelius Cole and his brother, General George W. Cole; personal and official papers of Cornelius C. Smith, Cavalry, 1890-1936; two of his ancestors of Civil War era, Senator Cornelius Cole of California and Colonel George W. Cole, of the 2d Colored Cavalry11ocn053042880mixBible record for the Philip Flint familyRecords and correspondenceOriginal bible record (without title page) for the Philip and Rebecca (Wilson) Flint family of Amenia, Manlius, and Fayetteville, NY. Includes a short handwritten letter by Cornelius Cole dated "Los Angeles Cal Jan 30 1923" to Julius C. Borge of St. Louis; and a group (64 pages) of short handwritten narratives by Edward P. Flint (in 1904) on the lives of his ancestors and family11ocn014699772book18711.00Cole, CorneliusIncome tax2194ocn005153319book19290.59Phillips, Catherine CoffinCornelius Cole, California pioneer and United States senator; a study in personality and achievements bearing upon the growth of a commonwealthHistoryCornelius Cole was born in 1822 in New York. His parents were David Cole (1788-1865) and Rachel Townsend (1790-1863). He became a lawyer, moved to California in 1849 during the Gold Rush and set up a law practice in San Francisco. He married Olive Colegrove (1833-1918) in 1852 and they had nine children. He was elected to the United States Senate in 1864. He died in 19222134ocn002403486book19080.70Cole, CorneliusMemoirs of Cornelius Cole, ex-senator of the United States from CaliforniaHistoryBiography963ocn003586247book19560.93Richardson, ElmoThe papers of Cornelius Cole and the Cole family, 1833-1943; a guide to collection 217Bibliography183ocn016453984book18700.81A Human fraud : U.S. Senator Cornelius Cole, of California, reviewed51ocn004862860book19240.10Farrar, Victor JSenator Cole and the purchase of AlaskaHistory42ocn016454255book18691.00Opinions of the press of California on U.S. Senator Cornelius Cole31ocn007171729book19800.92Cole, CorneliusSenator Cornelius Cole and the beginning of HollywoodHistoryBiography21ocn020802178art19531.00Ryan, EdithMemories of Abraham LincolnAnecdotes11ocn239630513book18701.00Opinions of the press of California on U.S. senator Cornelius Cole11ocn049040331book1870Gorham, George CStatement of George C. Gorham, Secretary of the U.S. Senate, in reply to complaints made by Hon. Cornelius Cole11ocn701795289visu1.00Palmquist, Peter EPeter Palmquist cased photographs collectionBiographyPortraitsThis collection consists of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, and collodion processes primarily mounted in contemporary decorative cases, collected by Peter Palmquist to document photographers, photographic processes and presentation techniques in the United States, especially in California, and in Great Britain, ca. 1844-189911ocn501326424visu1922Sons of the Revolution banquet held September 20, 1922 commemorating the 100th birthday of Senator Cornelius ColePictorial worksCornelius Cole (17 Sep 1822-14 Nov 1924) is profiled in the Society's Centennial Register, at page 355-356. Elected to Congress, 38th District, serving 1863-1865. Elected to the United States Senate, serving 1866-1873, sitting in the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson. Having secured as a client from the U.S. Supreme Court the confirmation of title of the La Brea Rancho, he recieved as a fee a 500-acre ranch, bounded by what today is Sunset Boulevard and Rosewood, Gower and Seward Street, in the heart of Hollywood11ocn122393585mix1.00Brooks, B. SBenjamin Sheman Brooks papersRelate to Yerba Buena Island. Included are letters from J. M. Edmunds and Joseph S. Wilson of the U. S. General Land Office, lobbyists David S. Turner, S. M. Johnson and Samuel Ward, Senator C. Cole, W. M. Evarts, Egbert P. Judson and others; deeds, leases, agreements and maps; abstractsof title; briefs and other legal documents and clippings. Re conflicting claims among the federal government, railroads and private individuals, for ownership of the island11ocn287269650mix18650.10Cole, CorneliusCornelius Cole letter, San Francisco, California, to Hon. Schuyler ColfaxHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceAutograph letter, signed, expressing Congressman Cole's satisfaction with the replacement of San Francisco's Collector of the Port, Charles James, with John F. Miller. Cole mentions his own current senatorial campaign. Colfax was Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives at the time11ocn019499086book18691.00Loud, Alfred CBefore the Commissioner of patents. In the matter of the interference between the applications of A.C. Loud and Cornelius Cole, for a patent for improvement in propellors. Copy. Depositions of A.C. Loud, E.S. Loud, William M. Dye, and Georgiana Washburn11ocn025638425book19561.00Pope, James HarlanJames Harlan Pope letter to Everett T. Moore : Los Angeles :Letter as Judge of the Municipal Court, Los Angeles, chiefly concerning Hiram W. Johnson and the California judiciary. Recollections of Cornelius Cole, also11ocn070892969mix18661.00Cole, CorneliusThe Cornelius Cole papersArchivesConsists of a letter written by Cole to William Pitt Fessenden11ocn071399513book19290.10Phillips, Catherine CoffinCornelius Cole, California pioneer and United States senator; a study in personality and achievements bearing upon the growth of the commonwealthHistory11ocn051145802visu18691.00Brady, Mathew BC. ColeCornelius Cole, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right11ocn054824877visuCornelius ColePictorial worksPortrait of Cornelius Cole taken by Chas. A. BowserFri Mar 21 15:35:41 EDT 2014batch20998