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Fri Mar 21 17:10:53 2014 UTClccn-n886812510.00Massachusetts (You're the cradle of liberty) /0.671.00Daniel Webster. An address commemorating the birth of Daniel Webster, at his birthplace at Franklin, N.H., August 28, 1913,36040751Samuel_W._McCalln 886812512427547MacCall, Samuel W.McCall, Samuel WalkerMcCall, Samuel Walker, 1851-1923lccn-no89015728Reed, Thomas B.(Thomas Brackett)1839-1902lccn-n50023914Stevens, Thaddeus1792-1868lccn-n50012099Eliot, Charles William1834-1926lccn-n80034929Webster, Daniel1782-1852lccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n80067040Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )lccn-n88002085Evans, Lawrence B.(Lawrence Boyd)1870-1928lccn-n93120992Shapiro Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)nc-massachusetts$governor 1916 1919 mccallMassachusettsGovernor (1916-1919 : McCall)McCall, Samuel W.(Samuel Walker)1851-1923BiographyHistoryRulesSourcesReed, Thomas B.--(Thomas Brackett),Stevens, Thaddeus,United StatesJewsWebster, Daniel,United States.--Congress.--HousePolitical scienceLegislatorsOratorsJews--Public opinionPublic opinionCitizenshipRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )LibertyUnited States.--CongressMcCall, Samuel W.--(Samuel Walker),Constitution (Massachusetts)MassachusettsPhilippinesWorld War (1914-1918)Long, John Davis,MaineImperialismLincoln, Abraham,MonumentsRepresentative government and representationReferendumLodge, Henry Cabot,ConstitutionsConstitutional lawGovernorsNew EnglandJewish questionBell towersSedgwick, Ellery,Revere, Joseph Warren,Payne, Sereno Elisha,Hilles, Charles Dewey,Revere, Paul,Cities and townsBellsBrigham, Clarence S.--(Clarence Saunders),CustomhousesWheelwright, Sarah Cabot,Change ringingPark, Lawrence,Lowell, A. Lawrence--(Abbott Lawrence),Lyman, Arthur T.--(Arthur Theodore),United States.--Congress.--SenateWhitehill, John,1851192318841887189018911893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191921192219241925193919671972199920072008200920104282110221923.273E664.R3127238ocn004158349book18980.53McCall, Samuel WThaddeus StevensBiography+-+895310267532470214ocn007368224book19140.70McCall, Samuel WThe life of Thomas Brackett ReedBiography56017ocn026239207book19080.63McCall, Samuel WThomas B. ReedBiography3778ocn060731748com19020.81McCall, Samuel WDaniel Webster3745ocn000564057book19220.70McCall, Samuel WPatriotism of the American Jew1906ocn002581150book19110.86McCall, Samuel WThe business of CongressRules1862ocn000946189book19390.70For the honor of the nation; patriotism of the American Jew hailed by Christian historiansHistory1767ocn000620408book19150.79McCall, Samuel WThe liberty of citizenship472ocn680538817file19180.93MassachusettsA proclamation promulgating the articles of amendment to the constitution submitted to the people by the constitutional convention, November 5, 1918171ocn012232394book19160.73MassachusettsResolutions in appreciation of the distinguished services of John Davis Long, together with addresses by Representatives J. Weston Allen of Newton and Arthur E. Burr of Boston and his excellency Samuel W. McCall153ocn742174501book19080.96Proceedings at a meeting in Faneuil Hall, November 25, 1907 : in support of a plan for a pledge of independence to the Philippine Islands accompanied by neutralization of the territory151ocn837444844com19020.47McCall, Samuel WDaniel Webster151ocn837470031com19140.47McCall, Samuel WThe life of Thomas Brackett Reed142ocn259704646com19110.92United StatesMonument to Abraham Lincoln Report. [To accompany S. 9449]133ocn681268891com19180.86MassachusettsMessages to the General Court, official addresses, proclamations and state papers of His Excellency Governor Samuel Walker McCall, for the years nineteen hundred and seventeen and nineteen hundred and eighteenSources111ocn012243010book19120.98McCall, Samuel WRepresentative as against direct government. Address by Hon. Samuel W. McCall ... before the Ohio State Bar Association, at the annual meeting held at Cedar Point, Ohio, July 12, 1911111ocn014361184book19131.00McCall, Samuel WDaniel Webster. An address commemorating the birth of Daniel Webster, at his birthplace at Franklin, N.H., August 28, 191372ocn235841582book19071.00McCall, Samuel WThe American Constitution, a speech delivered by Hon. Samuel W. McCall of Massachusetts, at Jamestown, on September 17, 1907, on the occasion of the one hundred and twentieth anniversary of the adoption of the national Constitution by the Convention of 178772ocn012232419book19170.86McCall, Samuel WAddress of his excellency, Samuel W. McCall to the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts, January 4, 191772ocn034777310book19000.95McCall, Samuel WThe army bill; speech ... in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 19001022ocn001926950book19160.73Evans, Lawrence BSamuel W. McCall, governor of Massachusetts171ocn009483607book19190.95MassachusettsMessages to the General Court, official addresses, proclamations and state papers of His Excellency Governor Samuel Walker McCall for the years nineteen hundred and sixteen, nineteen hundred and seventeen and nineteen hundred and eighteenSources21ocn028498743mix0.47Nichols, Arthur HowardLocal historyResolutionsRecords and correspondenceLetters received (ca. 1909-1910) relating to bells cast by Paul Revere and the placement of bells in the U.S. Customhouse tower, Boston, Mass.; mss. of writings, transcripts (typewritten), galleys, and proofs, pertaining to Nichols's Bells of Paul and Joseph W. Revere (1911) and other published research; and miscellaneous notes, researches, and newspaper clippings concerning bells and bell ringing. Includes information reflecting local history and the development of many New England towns; and materials documenting the proposed gift of Sarah G. Wheelwright of bells to be hung in the Boston customhouse and the subsequent resolution brought before the U.S. Senate for approval. Correspondents include Clarence S. Brigham, Ralph A. Cram, Charles Dewey Hilles, Henry Cabot Lodge, Nicholas Longworth, A. Lawrence Lowell, Arthur T. Lyman, Samuel Walker McCall, Lawrence Park, Sereno Elisha Payne, Ellery Sedgwick, and John Whitehill21ocn773615999score1917O'Brien, Miles JMassachusetts (You're the cradle of liberty)PortraitsMusic11ocn036332155mixMassachusetts-Halifax Relief CommitteeMassachusetts-Halifax Relief Committee recordsThe collection contains reports on the Halifax disaster and reports prepared by the Massachusetts-Halifax Relief Committee. Minutes of meetings of the Halifax Branch of this Committee are included as are sample documents and copies of letters from those aided by the Committee. A large collection of photographs of the damage in Halifax and the efforts to repair it is included at the end of the collection11ocn060800192art19250.10Samuel Walker McCallBiography11ocn701741377book1.00McCall, Samuel W[Pamphlets on railroad problems in the U.S.]11ocn083857615mixMassachusettsWorld War I enlistment filingsCensusCorrespondence to Gov. Samuel McCall regarding participation of Massachusetts in the federal military draft of 1917 was filed along with supporting documentation with the state secretary11ocn058458370visuMcCall, TomTom Lawson McCall Photographs CollectionImages document the family of Tom Lawson McCall (1913-1983) and his career in journalism, radio and television broadcasting, politics, and Oregon state government, most notably his two terms as Governor, 1966-1975. The collection includes an unusually high percentage of candid shots for a politicians' collection. In addition to photographs of McCall, the collection includes images of his wife, Audrey, throughout; other family members, including his mother, Dorothy Lawson McCall; and numerous local, state, and national politicians and government officials11ocn071342201art0.10MichiganMcCall, Samuel W11ocn801646035visu18961.00Pughe, J. SA few pleasant recollections of the fifty-fourth CongressPrint shows a large group of members of the Fifty-Fourth Congress, many dressed as Natives, some wearing grass skirts, most are armed with spears or clubs, some have shields, four are reading the "Reminiscences of John Sherman", one turns the crank on the spit where John Bull is being roasted, and Thomas B. Reed is standing on a platform on the left, a statue labeled "Jingoism" appears at center, and Grover Cleveland appears in effigy with several spears or arrows stuck in him, and Joseph G. Cannon is sitting on the floor on the right11ocn046591261art1924Warfield, Ethelbert DudleySamuel W. McCall, governor of Massachusetts, a great Pennsylvanian11ocn056983477art1999Mccall, Samuel Walker11ocn143629978mixCollection on Massachusetts State Functions and EventsThis collection consists of programs, letters of introduction, invitations, and program cards related to various Massachusetts functions and events from 1873 to 197111ocn051730571book19180.10Patriotic meeting in honor of the Most Rev. the Lord Archbishop of York : March 18, 1918 : His excellency Samuel W. McCall, Governor of Massachusetts, presiding : speakers: The Lord Archbishop of York, the Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, Senator from Massachusetts01ocn024841269book1918Lawson, Thomas WilliamMurder of McCall by Big BoodleThis is a political work written to convey the author's opinion of the appointment of John W. Weeks instead of Samuel Walker McCall as a U. S. Senator from Massachusetts in 1912. Mr. Lawson also used this work as a political tract to support his platform while running for a U. S. Senate seat in Massachusetts during the first public elections to that office in 1918+-+8953102675324+-+8953102675324Fri Mar 21 16:11:03 EDT 2014batch21186