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Fri Mar 21 17:04:01 2014 UTClccn-n820079790.00An interview with Robert Weichert0.260.59Abraham Lincoln and the triumph of politics /108990408Richard_Norton_Smithn 82007979705286Norton Smith, Richard 1953-Smith, Richard, 1953-Smith, Richard N.スミス, リチャード・ノートンlccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n79021421Hoover, Herbert1874-1964lccn-n79021469Dewey, Thomas E.(Thomas Edmund)1902-1971lccn-n88042020C-SPAN (Television network)lccn-n79022812McCormick, Robert Rutherford1880-1955lccn-n87936809Lamb, Brian1941-hstlccn-n90647486Brinkley, Douglaslccn-n78096930Harvard Universitylccn-no00072455Hellwig, Carollccn-n83062201Dole, Elizabeth HanfordSmith, Richard Norton1953-BiographyGuidebooksCase studiesPictorial worksHistoryToursCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraitsUnited StatesPolitical sciencePresidentsWashington, George,Hoover, Herbert,PoliticiansGovernorsNew York (State)Dewey, Thomas E.--(Thomas Edmund),Newspaper editorsChicago tribuneMcCormick, Robert Rutherford,Presidents--MonumentsPresidents--TombsCabinet officersLegislatorsDole, Robert J.,Dole, Elizabeth HanfordPresidential candidatesUnited States.--Congress.--SenatePresidential librariesWomen cabinet officersEx-presidentsFord, Gerald R.,Lincoln, Abraham,Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and MuseumIllinois--SpringfieldMuseumsHarvard UniversityPlant breedersWallace, Henry A.--(Henry Agard),Progressive Party (U.S. : 1948)Green RevolutionAgricultural innovationsAgriculture and stateAgriculture--Economic aspectsPioneer Hi-Bred InternationalVice-PresidentsHybrid cornPresidents--MuseumsJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Roosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Gerald R. Ford LibraryGeorge Bush Presidential Library and MuseumTruman, Harry S.,Franklin D. Roosevelt LibraryBush, George,Clinton, Bill,Eisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Lyndon Baines Johnson Library1953197519821984198619891990199219931994199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122014970478140BE312.29ocn76051382717766ocn026054847book19930.24Smith, Richard NortonPatriarch : George Washington and the new American nationBiographythe infant Union together. In a supremely readable history, Richard Norton Smith gives us vivid descriptions of stagecoach travel, the capital's yellow fever epidemic of 1793, and life at Washington's beloved Mount Vernon. This George Washington, vastly more human than our inherited image, is a fallible man subject to vanity and disappointment, yet all the greater for his vulnerability. Patriarch tells not only what Washington did but, memorably, what he was like, and+-+879970048515077ocn010300710book19840.25Smith, Richard NortonAn uncommon man : the triumph of Herbert HooverBiography148210ocn008168645book19820.28Smith, Richard NortonThomas E. Dewey and his timesBiography9754ocn036430618book19970.27Smith, Richard NortonThe Colonel : the life and legend of Robert R. McCormick, 1880-1955BiographyFor most of his remarkably colorful career, Robert R. McCormick was the strong, strident voice of Chicago, America's Second City. From the 1920s through the mid-1950s he was the owner, editor, and personification of the Chicago Tribune, which under his leadership grew to become the most widely read daily in the United States. To his admirers he was the unbending champion of Republican values, the scourge of bleeding-heart liberals, an emblem of the Old Order in the age of the New Deal. To his detractors he was "Colonel McCosmic", a dangerous demagogue whose exploitation of a powerful news medium to his own political ends was the flagrant abuse of a public trust. Both were right+-+64288004859327ocn043588209book19990.23Lamb, BrianWho's buried in Grant's tomb? : a tour of presidential gravesitesBiographyGuidebooksExplores the gravesites of every American president and offers photographs and information on their lives and final resting place+-+02519363368279ocn013456399book19860.33Smith, Richard NortonThe Harvard century : the making of a university to a nationBiography+-+10472892156044ocn036104457book19960.24Dole, Robert JUnlimited partners : our American storyBiographyA joint autobiography of the lives, careers and political accomplishments of Elizabeth and Bob Dole+-+96598393153884ocn057470596com19940.14Smith, Richard NortonPatriarchBiographyWith the thoroughness of a newspaper of the era, Smith retells the old familiar stories and legends surrounding our nation's first president during the years preceding and during his terms in office. Patriarch brings George Washington to life as few historical accounts have before--showing our country's most celebrated father occupied with the business of the day, and carrying the weight of a nation3704ocn022345140book19900.31Smith, Richard NortonFarewell to the chief : former presidents in American public lifeCase studies2705ocn156818999book20070.50Kennerly, David HumeExtraordinary circumstances : the presidency of Gerald R. FordPortraitsPictorial worksAn illustrative journey through Gerald Ford's years in office documents the day-to-day political and private life of the President and his family+-+96241112451021ocn229455311visu20080.14High tech LincolnTake an unforgettable look at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois, which includes a special effects theater, lifelike figures of the Lincoln family, and much more. Features comments from author Gore Vidal and museum director Richard Norton Smith633ocn031187060rcrd19940.14Smith, Richard NortonPatriarch George Washington and the new American nationBiographyWith the thoroughness of a newspaper of the era, Smith retells the old familiar stories and legends surrounding our nation's first president during the years preceding and during his terms in office. Patriarch brings George Washington to life as few historical accounts have before--showing our country's most celebrated father occupied with the business of the day, and carrying the weight of a nation532ocn057138363visu20040.24Henry A. WallaceHistoryBiographyUsing archival footage and photographs, profiles the life of Henry A. Wallace. Shows his work with hybrid corn research, his contributions to the green revolution, and tenure as farm journal editor. Traces the development of his political ideals and highlights his service as secretary of agriculture in the New Deal era, his nomination and term as vice-president, his replacement by Harry S. Truman on the ticket in the 1944 election, and his running as a candidate on the Progressive Party in 1948. Follows his departure from politics and return to his agricultural roots. Includes comments and interviews with Wallace's daughter Jean Wallace Douglas, and additional commentary by John C. Culver, George McGovern, John Hyde, Richard Norton Smith, and R. Douglas Hurt321ocn042895275visu19990.25George WashingtonBiographyHistorians and others describe the military and political career of the 1st president of the United States, tour Mount Vernon (Washington's home), and answer questions called in by viewers301ocn214281857book20070.59Smith, Richard NortonAbraham Lincoln and the triumph of politics282ocn043697136visu19990.29Gerald R. FordBiographyScholars and historians discuss his early career and family life, the decision to nominate him as vice president after Spiro Agnew resigned, and how his presidency helped heal the nation after President Nixon resigned231ocn187304947visu20070.37Presidential libraries history uncoveredToursA twelve part series featuring the libraries of the modern presidents that are part of the presidential libraries system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Each presents an overview of the life and career of the president drawing from the film and sound recordings, letters, documents and artifacts held by the libraries. Library officials give guided tours of the libraries and respond to telephone calls and electronic mail. Richard Norton Smith, the series historian and consultant, participates from the studio in Washington, D.C212ocn047757065visu20010.32Writings of Willa CatherHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcA trio of scholars and historians examine the history of western expansion, life on the plains and the Progressive Era through the writings of Willa Cather131ocn045320119visu20000.24Col. Robert McCormick Chicago press baronBiographyCamera, Bill Arnold ... [et al.] ; off-line editor, Deborah Marks ; on-line editor, Neal Klaeser ; music, Michael Vitali122ocn247530430visu20070.14Decoding Lincoln's legacyHistoryBiographyOn this DVD, four historians explore what Lincoln's profoundly moving words and brilliant strategies reveal about his greatness as President and his legacy for all Americans. It is part of the kit entitled "Abraham Lincoln : people, places, politics : history in a box."11ocn537726457rcrd2009Bishop, Erin IAn interview with Erin BishopInterviewsOral historiesAn interview of Erin Bishop conducted by Newlyn Hosea for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. This interview covers the Lincoln Legal Papers; University of Dublin, Ireland; women's history; Mary and Daniel O'Connell; Jerome Mansion; Menard Home; Illinois First Project; Springfield Race Riot; Summer Scholarship Program; Strawberry Party; Horace Mann Teacher Institute; Traveling Trunks; Springfield Visitor Bureau; Richard Norton Smith; Julie Dirkson; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; Hilferty and Associates; Tom Schwartz; and Governor Rod Blagojevich11ocn402772648rcrd2008Dirksen, Julie AnnAn interview with Julie Ann DirksenInterviewsOral historiesAn interview of Julie Ann Dirksen conducted by Newlyn Hosea for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. This interview covers her childhood and education; Memorial Medical Center community outreach; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum's grand opening; the work of Sen. Richard Durbin and of Julie Cellini in establishing the ALPLM; "Company is Coming" committee reference ALPLM; coordination of volunteer activities; hiring of staff; budgeting concerns; formal opening of ALPLM; Richard Norton Smith; employee education; Illinois State and Springfield Bicentennial Commissions11ocn868690609visu20120.10Sunflower journeys twenty fifth anniversary"A visit to Concordia, KS gives us a chance to check out the special room dedicated to honoring the career of Sen. Frank Carlson; then we take a look at contemporary political discourse in the 2012 election cycle; and in our Plains people segment, we follow Bernadette Forge, a member of the Topeka League of Women Voters as she works to get voters registered for the 2012 election" --Web site11ocn593760488rcrd2010Weichert, Robert PAn interview with Robert WeichertInterviewsOral historiesAn interview of Robert Weichert conducted by Julie Dirksen for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. This interview covers IHPA Administrative Services Division Manager; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; Springfield "Readiness Committee"; Illinois governors Jim Thompson, Jim Edgar, George Ryan, Rod Blagojevich, Pat Quinn; IHPA Directors Michael Devine, Susan Mogerman, Maynard Crossland, Bob Coomer and Jan Grimes; Richard Norton Smith; Rick Beard; Tom Schwartz; Bob Rogers; and Julie Cellini11ocn537726626rcrd2009Blanchette, DaveAn interview with David BlanchetteInterviewsAn interview of David Blanchette conducted by Julie Dirksen for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. This interview covers State of Illinois Public Information Officer; Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities; Communications Manager, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; Illinois Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission; Illinois Capital Development Board; Richard Norton Smith; Rick Beard; Tom Schwartz; Bob Rogers; Julie Cellini; Susan Mogerman; and Governor George Ryan11ocn705372620rcrd2010Coomer, RobertAn interview with Robert CoomerInterviewsAn interview of Robert Coomer conducted by Julie Dirksen for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. This interview covers Illinois Department of Conservation; Illinois Historic Preservation Agency (IHPA); Historic Sites; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum (ALPLM); Springfield Readiness Committee; Springfield Lincoln Bicentennial Commission; Richard Norton Smith; Rick Beard; Tom Schwartz; Julie Cellini; Governors James Thompson, Jim Edgar, George Ryan and Rod Blagojevich; IHPA Directors David Kenney; Michael Devine; Susan Mogerman; Maynard Crossland and Jan Grimes+-+8799700485+-+8799700485Fri Mar 21 15:51:17 EDT 2014batch22349