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Thu Oct 16 17:51:12 2014 UTClccn-n951201160.00Annual message of the Governor of Ohio, to the 65th General Assembly, at the regular session, commencing Jan. 2, 18820.721.00"Sanborn contracts." Speech of Hon. Charles Foster, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, May 22, 1874112430191Charles_Foster_(politician)n 951201163975919lccn-n78096864United StatesDepartment of the Treasurylccn-n86071526Allen, John Beard1845-1903lccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n92098267Murray, Melvin L.nc-ohio$governor 1880 1884 fosterOhioGovernor (1880-1884 : Foster)nc-united states$congress$1893 1894$senateUnited StatesCongress1893-1894)Senatelccn-n86855500Shakespeare, Edward O.(Edward Oram)1846-1900lccn-n81028014United StatesDepartment of the TreasuryOffice of the Secretarync-philadelphia pa$board of health$office of the port physicianPhiladelphia (Pa.).Board of HealthOffice of the Port Physicianlccn-no00001702United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on ImmigrationFoster, Charles1828-1904Speeches in CongressHistoryRecords and correspondenceArchivesUnited StatesFoster, Charles,OhioPolitical scienceExpenditures, PublicMoney supplyGovernorsCabinet officersLegislatorsUnited States.--Congress.--HouseFinanceInternal revenueEmigration and immigrationCholeraEmigration and immigration lawHayes, Rutherford B.,McKinley, William,Presidents--ElectionUnited States.--CongressSherman, John,United States.--Internal Revenue ServiceForaker, Joseph Benson,Schurz, Carl,Chandler, William E.--(William Eaton),Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Sherman, William T.--(William Tecumseh),Lincoln, Abraham,LouisianaUnited States.--Sioux Commission (1889)Harrison, Benjamin,Moulton, C. W.--(Charles William),Practice of lawWarner, William,DwellingsAutomobile industry workers--Labor unionsContested electionsEwing, Thomas,Lodge, Henry Cabot,Medill, Joseph,Ohio--ClydeCrook, George,Warner, S. SBateman, Arthur EStrikes and lockouts--Automobile industryBelknap, William W.--(William Worth),Washington (D.C.)Hoyt, ColgateSilver questionWells, James Madison,Cameron, J. D.--(James Donald),18281904187418761878187918801881188218831884188718891891189218931894189518981904193719521973199719991595665336.2718E178.M52273ocn016099471book18760.98Foster, CharlesAppropriations, economy, and reform speech of Hon. Charles Foster, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, Monday, August 14, 1876Speeches in Congress212ocn016099031book18920.97United StatesLetter of Hon. Charles Foster, Secretary of the Treasury, to Hon. John B. Allen, United States Senate, in reply to an inquiry in relation to the circulation, Treasury Department, August 26, 1892122ocn259057764file18760.92Foster, CharlesAppropriations, economy, and reform Speech of Hon. Charles Foster, of Ohio, in the House of representatives, Aug. 14, 1876103ocn814621534file18920.92Philadelphia (Pa.)In the Senate of the United States letter from the Secretary of the Treasury in response to a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, transmitting a communication of the port physician of Philadelphia relative to the danger from the introduction of cholera through immigration71ocn038049839book18741.00Foster, Charles"Sanborn contracts." Speech of Hon. Charles Foster, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, May 22, 1874Speeches in Congress31ocn038196500book18840.47OhioAnnual message of the Governor of Ohio, to the [Sixty-sixth] General Assembly, at the regular session, commencing January 7, 188431ocn038196457book1882OhioAnnual message of the Governor of Ohio, to the 65th General Assembly, at the regular session, commencing Jan. 2, 188221ocn035200647bookFoster, CharlesSpeech of Gov. Chas. Foster, delivered at West Union, Adams County, Saturday, Sept. 2, 188221ocn015612557book1878Foster, CharlesDemocratic sham economy21ocn038032019book18921.00United StatesThe collection of internal revenue and the condition of the service report of Hon. John W. Mason, commissioner of Internal Revenue, to Hon. Charles Foster, secretary of the Treasury : July 21, 189221ocn054467077book18910.47United StatesThe collection of internal revenue and the condition of the service : report of Hon. G.W. Wilson, Acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue, to Hon. Charles Foster, Secretary of the Treasury : July 21, 189121ocn035308155book1883OhioAnnual message of the governor of Ohio, to the fifty-sixth General assembly, at the adjourned session, commencing January 2, 188321ocn031061725book18921.00United StatesLetter of Hon. Charles Foster, Secretary of the Treasury to Hon. John B. Allen : United States Senate, in reply to an inquiry in relation to the circulation11ocn041044755mixSelected Ohio Governors' papersHistoryArchivesMicrofilm copy of nineteen manuscript collections in the Ohio Historical Society's holdings of the Ohio Governors' papers, microfilmed after being damaged in a 1951 fire. Original collections are restricted11ocn071269300book1880OhioAnnual message of the governor of Ohio to the sixty-fourth General Assembly at the adjourned session, commencing January 4, 188111ocn679602863book18950.10Republican Club of the City of New YorkProceedings at the seventh annual dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York : held at Delmonico's on the eighty-fourth anniversary of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, February 11th, 1893Records and correspondence11ocn009631404mixGates, BermanPapersLetters, 1845-1848, and 1883, to Berman Gates, newspaper editor of Marietta, Ohio and Whig politician from various figures relating to political matters and Gates' appointment to the National Conference of Charities and Corrections by Governor Charles Foster11ocn052081588book1880OhioInaugural address of Gov. Charles Foster, to the General Assembly of Ohio, January 12, 188011ocn713916240mix0.10[Bickham collection]HistoryThe Bickham Collection contains materials created or collected by Dayton Journal editor William D. Bickham, by his sons Daniel D. Bickham and Charles G. Bickham, and by his wife's family, the Strickle family of Wilmington, Ohio. Materials primarily concern the family members' careers in the military, politics, and journalism. The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs, and military papers. The subject matter include late 19th century Republican politics on state and national levels; military activities during the American Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and the Philippine Insurrection; and the history of the Dayton Journal newspaper11ocn021357286book1882Ohio State Brewers' and Maltsters' AssociationAn open letter to His Excellency, Gov. Foster171ocn037433177mix19970.47Murray, Melvin LCharles Foster, Ohio's master politician : Congress, contracts, and calicoBiography22ocn050493371book1.00Sherman, JohnHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsTrials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceScrapbooksPolitical speeches and correspondence, reflecting the political climate in Ohio following the Civil War, Republican Party activities and potential Ohio Republican candidates, the disputed election of President Rutherford B. Hayes, political appointments, the resumption of species payment, and U.S. Treasury Dept. business; together with 33 scrapbooks, chiefly containing newspaper clippings (1871-1897), but also political cartoons, transcriptions of speeches published in pamphlet form, and a small amount of printed matter, following Sherman's career as both public servant and politician in the U.S. Senate (1871-1877), as Secretary of the Treasury during the Hayes administration (1877-1881), and his return to the U.S. Senate in 1881 through Jan. 1897 when he became Secretary of State under President William Mckinley21ocn034576623mix1.00Rhodes, John HRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence relating to Rhodes's law practice. Correspondents include Rutherford B. Hayes, William W. Belknap, Charles Foster, and John Sherman22ocn020581103book0.10University of Toledo Master's thesesHistory21ocn170892109art18980.10Foster, Charles : secretary of the treasuryBiography21ocn027453755book1881Two years of Foster's misrule in Ohio : a succinct history of successive misdeeds11ocn034838465visu18890.10Barry, D. FSioux Commission - Gen. Crook, Gov. Foster, Sen. Warner, all sitting, full lengthFull length portrait of the Sioux Commission of 1889, all seated, wooden railing of front porch in background; left to right: General George Crook holding carved walking stick or cane, Charles Foster of Ohio holding walking stick or cane, and William Warner of Missouri; sent by the government to offer the Native Americans $1.50 per acre for a large portion of the Dakota reservation; straw hat on ground next to Crook and felt hat on ground next to Warner11ocn057376796book19371.00Helvoigt, Ernest LCharles Foster as governor of Ohio 1880-188411ocn754622220art18870.10Lanman, CharlesFoster, CharlesBiographyRegisters11ocn052894604art1999Foster, CharlesBiography11ocn034875365visu18890.10Barry, D. FSioux Commission - Gen. Crook, Gov. Foster, Sen. Warner, all seated, full lengthSioux Commission of 1889 (left to right) General George Crook, Governor Charles Foster of Ohio, and Senator William Warner of Missouri - all seated, full length; Crook and Foster in straw hats with canes, Warner with felt hat; sent by United States government to offer $1.50 per acre for a large portion of the reservation11ocn780910918visu18831.00Graetz, FSet a -- to catch a --Print shows a policeman labeled "Gov. Foster" grabbing the arm of a diminutive man labeled "Hoadly" who is holding a piece of fruit labeled "Dem. Nomination 83" that he has stolen from a street vendor who is an old woman labeled "Ohio Democracy" knitting behind her table of fruit labeled "Nomination Appointment Office". Papers extending from the pocket of the policeman are labeled "Indiana 'Soap' Campaign 1880" and "Theft of the Presidency 1877"11ocn070980269file1.00Hanna-McCormick family papersInterviewsRecords and correspondenceHanna's correspondents include his wife, Augusta Rhodes Hanna, and their daughter, Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms; and Benjamin Butterworth, J.C. Donaldson, Joseph Benson Foraker, Charles Foster, William McKinley, John Sherman, and John Wanamaker. Medill McCormick's family correspondents include his grandfather, Joseph Medill; mother, Katharine Medill McCormick; brother, Robert Rutherford McCormick; wife, Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms; and cousin, Joseph Medill Patterson. McCormick's other correspondents include Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Edward Jackson Brundage, Calvin Coolidge, Joseph M. Dixon, Warren G. Harding, Charles Evans Hughes, Henry Cabot Lodge, Frank O. Lowden, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Richard Walker11ocn084211157mix18791.00Foster, CharlesLetter : Fostoria, Ohio, to J.M. Dalzell, Caldwell, OhioAutograph letter signed. Relates to [a political?] appointment11ocn702165910mix1.00Butterworth, BenjaminBenjamin Butterworth papersScrapbooksLawyer and politician. Scrapbooks of clippings and typed transcriptions of scrapbooks (1882-1898) concerning his career as lawyer, member of Congress from Ohio (1878-1882, 1886-1890) and commissioner of patents (1883-1885, 1897-1898). Included also are twenty letters which were originally part of the scrapbooks. Of these four are family correspondence (1857-1883) and the remainder are letters from political friends (1880-1898). The papers also contain the manuscript (typescript) introduction to The life of Major Benjamin Butterworth by Florence M. Bradford11ocn213372300book1879A word to farmers and business men11ocn070982239mix1.00Blaine, James GillespieJames Gillespie Blaine family papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceFamily and general correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, memoirs, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other papers documenting Blaine's public career. Includes a draft of his book, "Twenty Years of Congress" (1884-1886). Documents national and Republican Party politics during Reconstruction and afterward, the presidential campaign of 1884, and foreign policy in regard to Europe and Latin America. Portions of the general correspondence and the financial papers relate to Blaine's extensive business activities. The family correspondence series deals mainly with personal and family matters, but political and diplomatic affairs are discussed throughout11ocn054062963book19521.00Schafer, Paul RichardThe congressional career of Charles Foster 1871-187911ocn807512648visu18941.00Opper, Frederick BurrThe industrial "cold snap" is overPrint shows William McKinley as a snowman holding papers labeled "Prohbitory [sic] Tariff" and melting beneath a blazing sun labeled "Business Revival"; in the foreground, Matthew S. Quay and James D. Cameron try to scoop up the slush while Whitelaw Reid holds up a newspaper to block the sun, and standing on ladders are Charles W. Foster holding a thermometer that registers "Hot" and a fan, and Joseph B. Foraker holding up an umbrella labeled "Ohio Popularity" to keep the sun of McKinley. Benjamin Harrison is sitting on a fence in the background, whittling11ocn702127435mix1.00American HorseAmerican Horse papersPortraitsPictorial worksLetters written for American Horse regarding early customs of the Sioux, their cultural advancement, and the tragedy at Wounded Knee Creek. Accompanied by a letter about Charles Foster's position on Indian affairs and a letter from Mrs. James Landy to Daniel E. Soper. There are 76 folio drawings depicting Sioux life and three photographs of American HorseThu Oct 16 16:00:58 EDT 2014batch22907