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Fri Mar 21 17:09:30 2014 UTClccn-n878367960.00Prohibiting aliens from fishing in waters of Alaska : hearings before the Committee on the Territories of the House of Representatives : statement of Hon. F.W. Cushman, M.C. : February 12, 19060.841.00Papers, 1903-193428594055Francis_W._Cushmann 878367962252277lccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHousenc-united states$congress$memorial addressUnited StatesCongressMemorial addressnc-united states$61st cong 2d sess 1909 1910United States61st Cong., 2d sess., 1909-1910lccn-n50080783United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on the Territoriesnc-united states$61st congress 2nd session 1909 1910United States61st Congress, 2nd session, 1909-1910lccn-n83179908Johnson, Hiram1866-1945lccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n87836797Foster, Addison G.(Addison Gardner)1837-1917lccn-n87890457Johnson, Albert1869-1957lccn-n85252268Dill, Clarence C.(Clarence Cleveland)b. 1884Cushman, Francis W.1867-1909Speeches in CongressHistoryRecords and correspondenceBiographyUnited StatesCushman, Francis W.,LegislatorsUnited States.--Congress.--HouseTariffProtectionismPolitical scienceAlaskaWashington (State)Washington (State)--SeattleCoal tradeLumber tradeRoosevelt, Theodore,Fishery law and legislationFisheriesUnited States.--Federal Trade CommissionTrade regulationRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Foster, Addison G.--(Addison Gardner),Pinchot, Gifford,Territorial watersAliensElection lawJohnson, Hiram,Banks and bankingDill, Clarence C.--(Clarence Cleveland),Foreign trade regulationLawyersCitizenshipIndependent regulatory commissionsJohnson, Albert,City promotionLincoln, Abraham,Seattle, Lake Shore, and Eastern Railway CompanyFourth of July orationsNational Economic League (U.S.)Political clubsRepublican Party (N.Y.)Rockefeller, John D.--(John Davison),Real propertyNew York (State)--New YorkWashington (State)--AsotinLaw firmsRace relationsStreet-railroadsSquire, Watson C.--(Watson Carvosso),McGraw, John Harte,Schulze, Paul,Pacific Coast CompanyRepublican Club of the City of New York186719091899190219031904190619071909191019111282026E178.M52213ocn016009354book19060.95Cushman, Francis W"The good of the order" : speech of Hon. Francis W. Cushman, of Washington, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, June 28, 1906Speeches in Congress42ocn081859739book19040.92United StatesA bill providing for the election of a Delegate from the Territory of Alaska to the House of Representatives of the United States and defining citizenship and the qualifications of electors in said territory31ocn016792943book19090.47Cushman, Francis WThe Payne tariff bill - lumber and coal. Speech of Hon. Francis W. Cushman of the State of Washington in the House of Representatives, Monday, March 29, 1909; and remarks on Monday, April 5, and Tuesday, April 6, 190922ocn793853344book19110.47Cushman, Francis WMemorial addressesBiography21ocn022137217book1906United StatesProhibiting aliens from fishing in waters of Alaska : hearings before the Committee on the Territories of the House of Representatives : statement of Hon. F.W. Cushman, M.C. : February 12, 190611ocn029853487mix1.00Baumeister, EdwardRecords and correspondenceIncoming correspondence concerning political, business, and personal matters. Correspondents include Governor S.G. Cosgrove, U.S. Representative F.W. Cushman, Washington State Bank Examiner J.L. Mohundro, and Lewiston merchant J.P. Vollmer11ocn821249662book1904United StatesAlaska : [statements of Hon. James Wickersham, Judge of the Third District of Alaska; Hon. William Sulzer, Representative from New York; Hon. Francis W. Cushman, member of Congress, from the State of Washington; Mr. B. F. Millard, of Valdez, Alaska; Mr. D. A. McKenzie, United States Commissioner, of Coldfoot, Alaska before the Committee on the Territories, Washington, D. C., February 8, 1904]11ocn078286769book1902Cushman, Francis WRules Of The House Of Representatives And Reciprocity With Cuba. Speech ... In The House Of Representatives, Thursday, April 17, 190211ocn367547195book19091.00United StatesSpeech11ocn020737819book0.10Cushman, Francis WThe tariff, prosperity and reciprocity. Concerning the "Massachusetts idea." [Extracts from a speech ... in the House of Representatives, June 28, 1906]11ocn183880611book1899Cushman, Francis WSpeech of Hon. Francis W. Cushman, Congressman from Washington : at Walla Walla, Wash. July 4th, 1899History11ocn020737838book19060.10Cushman, Francis WThe tariff. Remarks of Hon. Francis W. Cushman, of Washington, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, April 28, 190611ocn367470968book19071.00Cushman, Francis WSpeech of Hon. Francis W. Cushman, member of Congress from the state of Washington, at the banquet of the Hamilton Club, of Chicago, at the auditorium, on "Appomattox Day," evening of April 9, 1907History11ocn760564119book19030.10Republican Club of the City of New YorkProceedings at the seventeenth annual Lincoln dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York : celebrated at the Waldorf-Astoria, the ninety-fourth anniversary of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 12th, 190311ocn020737977book19100.10Cushman, Francis WThe Payne Tariff Bill. Gifford Pinchot on relation of the tariff to forest conservation01ocn001843437book1906United StatesConfirming to certain claimants portions of Fort Clinch Reservation, Fla. <To accompany S. 1627.>823ocn006076701book19100.92United StatesFrancis W. Cushman (late a representative from Washington) : Memorial addressesBiography21ocn028375385mix1.00Humphrey, William ECorrespondence, speeches, writings, and other papers, relating to Humphrey's activities as member of U.S. House of Representatives (1903-1917) and Federal Trade Commission (1925-1934). Persons represented include Frances W. Cushman, Clarence C. Dill, Addison G. Foster, Albert Johnson, Hiram Johnson, Gifford Pinchot, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Theodore Roosevelt11ocn077010214mix1.00Burke, ThomasThomas Burke papersArchivesThe collection documents Thomas Burke's interests and activities, particularly as a lawyer in Seattle, Washington, in the 1880s through the mid 1920s. The papers include correspondence, speeches and writings, legal and financial documents, and clippings. The large number and wide variety of firms, companies, and organizations represented are an indicator of the scope of Burke's interests and activites. Each of Burke's law firms (except that of McGilvra and Burke) is also represented, largely by correspondence and also legal documents and other materials. Personal and corporate names represented in the papers include Lindley H. Hadley, Harry Ballinger, Henry Broderick, Francis W. Cushman, Daniel H. Gilman, James Jerome Hill, Samuel Hill, Wesley Livsey Jones, John Harte McGraw, Edmund Rice, John D. Rockefeller, Paul Schulze, Watson C. Squire, the Washington Democratic Party, the General Electric Company, the Great Northern Railway Company, the Japan Society of Seattle, the National Economic League, the Pacific Coast Company, the Rainier National Park Company, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, the Seattle Golf Club, and the Seattle, Lake Shore, and Eastern Railway Company11ocn152380523art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamCushman, Francis WFri Mar 21 16:06:00 EDT 2014batch13047