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Fri Mar 21 17:13:31 2014 UTClccn-n882924270.00The 34 goldenrods of Missouri : Field key /0.451.00Governor's message to the members of the 102nd regular session of the General Assembly of Kentucky /68039419Happy_Chandlern 882924272603159Chandler, Albert Benjamin, 1898-1991Chandler, Happy, 1898-lccn-n81011303Trimble, Vance H.lccn-n87870821Brewster, Owen1888-1961lccn-no2003012809Mead, James M.(James Michael)1885-1964nc-united states newsUnited States Newslccn-n50039542Lodge, Henry CabotJr1902-1985lccn-n85137023Russell, Richard B.(Richard Brevard)1897-1971lccn-n88637897Durocher, Leo1906-1991lccn-no95014046Mann, Arthur1901-1963lccn-n2001043222Edwards, Tommy Leelccn-n87912238Knapp, FritzChandler, Happy1898-1991Personal narratives‡vAmericanHistoryInterviewsRecords and correspondenceChandler, Happy,United StatesBaseball commissionersWorld War (1939-1945)BaseballDurocher, Leo,National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleAfrican Americans--Civil rightsBills, LegislativeBarkley, Alben William,Lynching--Law and legislationKentuckyUnited States.--Congress.--SenateLegislators--Selection and appointmentPolitical scienceGovernorsDelaware--WilmingtonTransportation, Automotive--TaxationAutomobiles--TaxationMethodist ChurchTaxation, StateRoads--FinanceKentucky.--General AssemblyBotanyKentucky--MidwayMissouriKentucky--VersaillesOratoryKentucky--Woodford CountyDemocratic Party (Ky.)Mt. Pisgah Church (Woodford County, Ky.)CompositaeLaffoon, Ruby,Eisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Identity (Philosophical concept)GoldenrodsStatesmenCivil defenseTrialsDavid,--King of IsraelKentucky.--General Assembly.--SenateUnited States.--ArmyTelegraphLincoln, Abraham,Disaster reliefShouse, Jouett,Political cartoonsRoadsIllinoisTransylvania University189819911930193119321935193619371938193919401943194519461948194919511956195819601961196319651967197019721973197419761977197819791980198119821985198719891990199519981999200020042012641125133287.6751D769.1ocn610027149752ocn005844757book19430.86Report on the war; observations by five members of the United States Senate on a 45,000-mile trip to the war areasPersonal narratives American71ocn006793177book19800.98Martin, James WalterState tax systems under changing technology : the problem of the roadways :72ocn028369600book18860.47Chandler, HappyHistory of the churches on Delmar Circuit, Wilmington Conference, M.E. Church22ocn035303187rcrd19950.47Chandler, HappyChapel address, 1995, Oct. 13 who am I?21ocn013090234book19451.00Chandler, HappyFloral formulas for Missouri : a mathematical approach to classification21ocn018994800book19581.00KentuckyOperation of state government in an emergency21ocn027929102visu19870.28Roads homeInterviewsDiscusses career of Albert Benjamin "Happy" Chandler, former governor and senator of Kentucky and commissioner of baseball21ocn078228280book1940Chandler, HappyThe 34 goldenrods of Missouri : Field key11ocn671277267book1961Chandler, HappyLincoln and the telegrapherHistorySamuel Morse's telegraph, when the Civil War came, proved to be an essential weapon. No one was more aware of its importance than Abraham Lincoln11ocn034600460book19561.00Chandler, HappyAddress to the Third Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly of 1956, March 29, 195611ocn013018403mix1.00Chandler, HappyAlbert B. Chandler papersHistoryThese are the personal and political papers of A.B. "Happy" Chandler11ocn079786888book19481.00Chandler, HappyDryopteris hybrids11ocn082801363book19461.00Chandler, HappyPoke11ocn700214660book1956KentuckyNatural disaster relief plan11ocn028486743rcrd19511.00[I can hear it now (radio program)]11ocn647845652mix1.00Letters received by Demetrius HeliopoulosAlso included is a letter from Dwight Eisenhower to the Rev. Demetrius Meintanis, 1945 January 13, regarding one of Eisenhower's soldiers, Corporal John Ligelis11ocn056553803book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, July 8, 1956, with guest Governor A.B. "Happy" Chandler (Democrat - Kentucky)11ocn037706644book1938Chandler, HappyFerns of Missouri and Illinois : complete list with key for the use of amateurs11ocn061070304book1945United StatesAn act to authorize the carrying of Civil War battle streamers with regimental colorsHistory11ocn036424217book1940Nance, E. LRecords and correspondenceThree typed and signed letters, one each from Alben W. Barkley, Noble J. Gregory, and Albert B. "Happy" Chandler, addressed to E.L. Nance. Each letter was written in 1940, apparently in response to one written by Nance. Two of the three letters indicate a definite opposition to WWII. Only Barkley's letter indicates a more neutral tone2242ocn019537402book19890.21Chandler, HappyHeroes, plain folks, and skunks : the life and times of Happy Chandler : an autobiographyBiography721ocn001352959book19510.50Mann, ArthurBaseball confidential; secret history of the war among Chandler, Durocher, MacPhail, and RickeyHistory631ocn828933451com20120.10Knapp, FritzHappy Chandler wisdomBiographyAs part of the acclaimed Sports Virtues series, Happy Chandler: Wisdom discusses the struggles and triumphs of Happy Chandler's life. As with each story in the Sports Virtues series, this book assigns a virtue to a celebrated athlete or coach, and uses that person's story to help the reader achieve that virtue for him or herself. What emerges after reading these stories is not only a greater understanding and appreciation of the virtues that these icons needed to get through life, but also an inspiration for the reader. Each story is followed by a small quotation from literature to amplify the meaning and application of the virtue, and each story is also followed by a series of study/review questions and other interactive activities to help the reader further understand the virtue and how to achieve it291ocn025601380book0.95NAACP 1940-55. General office fileArchivesCorrespondence, memoranda, and telegrams, concerning Senator Albert B. Chandler's involvement with the anti-lynching bill brought before Congress in 1940221ocn028227470book19900.93NAACP administrative fileArchivesNAACP correspondence regarding information on candidates Albert B. Chandler and Alben W. Barkley for the United States Senate, about their attitude toward African-Americans and position on Federal anti-lynching legislation61ocn003676456book19770.47University of KentuckyAlbert B. Chandler CollectionHistoryBibliography CatalogsBibliography51ocn016377913book19360.73Chandler, HappyGovernor's message to the General Assembly : regular session, 193651ocn002015116book19740.96Grant, Philip AThe Kentucky press and the 1938 Democratic senatorial primary31ocn007129332book19700.92Beshear, Ronald WThe speaking of Albert Benjamin Chandler31ocn003381972book19760.47Woodford County21ocn022992651book1.00Woodford County21ocn030411956book19381.00KentuckyGovernor's message to the members of the 102nd regular session of the General Assembly of Kentucky22ocn762171049com19371.00Wise, James EJames E. Wise and Ray B. Moss, appellants, v. Albert Benjamin Chandler, etc., et al. appellees appeal from the Franklin Circuit Court : opinion of the Court of Judge Stites, reversingTrials, litigation, etc21ocn027904414visu19870.28Roads homeInterviewsA portrait of the life and career of former Kentucky governor A.B. Chandler, chronicling his rise from rural poverty to his becoming governor, senator, and commissioner of baseball. In addition, Chandler sings some of his favorite songs22ocn002801732book19731.00Miller, Joseph CalderA Study of the speaking of Albert Benjamin Chandler11ocn037740772book19631.00Haynie, HughHugh Haynie's ABC circus coloring bookCaricatures and cartoons11ocn423058845visu19491.00[Jackie Robinson is presented with the George Washington Carver Memorial Institute Gold Award for 1949, Commodore Hotel, New York City. Hearst vault material, HVMc2723r7, 78718]11ocn639447768visu19391.00Block, HerbertNew face in the Senate11ocn061165589rcrd19781.00Chandler, HappyA. B. "Happy" Chandler and Charles P. Roland Oral History ProjectHistoryMr. Chandler, his political allies and opponents, his staff members and friends, historians, and baseball players discuss his life and career. The interviews are being used for a proposed biography of Mr. Chandler by Charles P. Roland11ocn301995787mix1931Harrison, William BenjaminWilliam Benjamin Harrison scrapbookA large scrapbook of newspaper clippings collected by the Harrison campaign in his 1931 bid for Governor of Kentucky on the Republican ticket. The race included Harrison and John C. Worsham on the Republican ticket and Ruby Laffoon and Happy Chandler on the Democratic ticket. The scrapbook has clippings discussing the issues of the day such as the Highway Commission scandal and the fraud in the Louisville DMV. There are also political cartoons and editorial articles discussing both candidates and articles about women's political clubs for both partiesFri Mar 21 15:38:34 EDT 2014batch19787