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Thu Oct 16 17:59:44 2014 UTClccn-no960460060.00Papers, 1907-19480.811.00The relation of the individual policyholder to the resources of a mutual life insurance company /78374788William_Marshall_Bullittno 960460064159630Bullitt, William Marshall, 1873-Bullitt, Wm. Marshall (William Marshall), b. 1873lccn-n79006848United StatesSupreme Courtlccn-no2010022987Bullitt, Joshua F.(Joshua Fry)1822-1898edtlccn-no2002037880Newman, John E.1819-1873lccn-n80061810Association of Life Insurance Counsellccn-n91033922Farm Mortgage Bankers Association of Americalccn-n91008583YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-no2011195578Davis, Mark1934-lccn-n85185955United StatesSolicitor Generallccn-n88278297Caldwell, Fred P.1875-np-du relle, george$1852 1926Du Relle, George1852-1926Bullitt, Wm. Marshall(William Marshall)1873-Trials, litigation, etcUnited StatesKentuckyCivil procedureUnited States.--Supreme CourtConstitutional lawAgricultural creditForms (Law)Bullitt, Wm. Marshall--(William Marshall),LawyersEmployeesUnited States.--Solicitor GeneralPleadingLife insuranceInsurance--ReservesCriminal procedurePolitical scienceTravelDu Pont, Henry Francis,World War (1914-1918)Trials (Fraud)Chambers, WhittakerHiss, AlgerKentucky--LouisvilleAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Fire insuranceFrontier and pioneer lifeUpper class--Social life and customsIckes, Harold L.--(Harold LeClair),Southern StatesPresidents--ElectionAgricultureMexican War (1846-1848)Florida--Boca GrandeAgricultural credit--Law and legislationBullitt, William C.--(William Christian),HawaiiPearl Harbor, Attack on (Hawaii :Public opinionMassachusetts--MarbleheadBullitt, Thomas W.--(Thomas Walker),BankruptcyWomenMerchantsChandrasekhar, S.--(Subrahmanyan),Aller, Lawrence H.--(Lawrence Hugh),Manners and customsIllinois--Camp DouglasPoetryDemocratic Party (U.S.)Temperance18731957187318931899190019121914191519161918192019231924192719341936193819401946194919581979198020118124364330.8KF4575.Z9ocn012499024ocn8656922802508ocn060731377file19240.84Bullitt, Wm. MarshallThe Supreme Court of the United States and unconstitutional legislation2467ocn060735967file19160.82Newman, John EKentucky pleading, practice and forms under the civil code2005ocn060737498com19180.84Bullitt, Wm. MarshallThe validity of the Federal Farm Loan Act address before the Farm Mortgage Bankers Association at its national convention in Kansas City, September 19, 1918151ocn837694701com19180.47Bullitt, Wm. MarshallThe validity of the Federal Farm Loan Act : address before the Farm Mortgage Bankers Association at its national convention in Kansas City, September 19, 1918121ocn021232581book19141.00Bullitt, Wm. MarshallThe relation of the individual policyholder to the resources of a mutual life insurance company101ocn213582794file19180.28Bullitt, Wm. MarshallThe validity of the Federal Farm Loan Act61ocn012499024book18990.98KentuckyCivil and Criminal codes of practice of Kentucky and amendments enacted prior to 1899. With notes of decisions, forms, and indexes51ocn047840668book19271.00Bullitt, Wm. MarshallAccidental means32ocn019445465book19401.00Bullitt, Wm. MarshallStreet-Pendergast-O'Malley fraud : In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Missouri. Central Division. American Insurance Company, plaintiff, vs. Ray B. Lucas (successor to R.E. O'Malley), Superintendent of Insurance et al., defendants ... Brief for the fire insurance companies31ocn043394560book19181.00Bullitt, Wm. Marshall"The validity of the federal Farm Loan Act,"31ocn040769987book19490.96Bullitt, Wm. MarshallA factual review of the Whittaker Chambers - Alger Hiss controversy22ocn122558744book19341.00Davis, John WLouisville Joint Stock Land Bank, petitioner, against William W. Radford, Sr., repondent On writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the sixth circuitTrials, litigation, etc21ocn015723704book19461.00Bullitt, Wm. MarshallSome unsolved problems : address before the Cincinnati Bar Association21ocn865692280book1958Bullitt, Wm. MarshallCorrespondence and genealogical notes on the Bullitt and allied families extracted from the files of William Marshall Bullitt21ocn371599043book19201.00Bullitt, Wm. MarshallSupreme Court of the United States : October term, 1920 ; No. 199 : Chas. E. Smith, appellant vs. Kansas City Title & Trust Co, et al., appelleesTrials, litigation, etc11ocn841379968book20110.10Bullitt, Wm. MarshallOhio galvanizing & mfg co11ocn841216019book20110.10Bullitt, Wm. MarshallBritish-american tobacco co11ocn709848126book19231.00Opinion of Wm. Marshall Bullitt, upon disputed claims between Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd., and U.S. Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation11ocn061148560book19380.47CaliforniaWilliam H. Neblett, et al., petitioners, versus Samuel L. Carpenter, Jr., Insurance Commissioner of the State of California, on writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of the State of California : brief for the Insurance Commissioner of CaliforniaTrials, litigation, etc11ocn846507243book19151.00Kentucky Distillers & Warehouse CompanyBefore the Interstate Commerce Commission, docket no. 5688, Kentucky Distillers & Warehouse Company, complainant, versus Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, defendant : brief for complainantTrials, litigation, etc231ocn758486723book20110.84Davis, MarkSolicitor General Bullitt : the life of William Marshall Bullitt, nationally prominent lawyer, gifted mathematician and astronomer, restorer of Kentucky's Oxmoor FarmBiography22ocn164035639mixCrowninshield, Francis BoardmanCatalogsConsists of correspondence and corporate and social records that document Francis Crowninshield's activities in Boca Grande, Fl. and Marblehead, Ma. Correspondents include: William Marshall Bullitt, Boca Grande Corporation, Boca Grande Mercantile Company, and Chauncey Nash. Of particular interest is a letter to Crowninshield from Franz Preuschen of Germany discussing America's possible entry into World War I. Also of note is a catalog of the Francis Boardman Crowninshield Exhibition at the Ferargil Galleries in New York City in 194421ocn071234487book18730.47Ancestral lineage of William Marshall Bullitt : whose immigrant ancestor was Joseph Bullitt, of Maryland11ocn680695855file1.00William Marshall Bullitt and Nora Iasigi BullittShield at an angle with a thick, angled stripe and three circles. Above the shield is a knight's helmet and large ornamental flourishes. Above the design is the phrase "Ex Libris" followed by the word "Oxmoor" in quotations. At the bottom are the names "William Marshall and Nora Iasigi Bullitt." William Marshall Bullitt (1873-1957) was the son of Thomas Walker and Annie Walker Bullitt. William Marshall Bullitt received a law degree from the University of Louisville in 1895. In 1912 he was appointed solicitor general by President William Howard Taft. Later he was named special assistant to the attorney general. Bullitt married Nora Iasigi of Boston, Massachusetts, on May 31, 1913. They had three children: Thomas, Nora, and Barbara. Oxmoor was the Bullitt family estate. Black ink. Signed Ainslie Hewett with four-digit year11ocn061673137mixBullitt familyBullitt family papers - Oxmoor collectionHistoryNewspapersPapers of an early Louisville family that settled in the area in 1783. The collection centers around Alexander Scott Bullitt (1762-1816) and his descendants William C. Bullitt (1793-1877), John C. Bullitt (1824-1902), Thomas W. Bullitt (1838-1910), William Marshall Bullitt (1873-1957), and Thomas W. Bullitt (1914-1991). Their papers reflect their life on the Bullitt estate Oxmoor, their legal careers, as well as their participation in politics, the military and national events. In addition to the papers of the above individuals there are papers re: earlier ancestors, as well as collateral families, such as the Breckinridge, Christian, Fry, Iasigi, Logan, Marshall, Speed, Walker, and Wallace families. William Marshall Bullitt compiled this collection of his ancestors and there are numerous folders concerning genealogy, as well as information on the Bullitt family residence Oxmoor, the Oxmoor steeplechase, and Citizen's Fidelity Bank, which the family was instrumental in establishing. Of particular interest are the letters and papers of William and Annie Henry Christian dated 1764-1790. Their papers give insight into the life of Kentucky pioneers, the early salt industry, and Christian's service in the Virginia militia. Their daughter Priscilla married Alexander Bullitt. The papers of Alexander Bullitt dated 1782-1816 include information on his acquisition of Oxmoor, farming, and his participation in the 1792 and 1799 state constitutional conventions. William C. Bullitt's papers dated 1814-1872 include correspondence, legal papers, receipts, and land papers re: his plantations Oxmoor and Cottonwood. John C. Bullitt's papers include numerous letters, primarily from his mother Mildred and his sisters, dated 1838-1851. These letters provide descriptions of antebellum Louisville and details about everyday life on a plantation in Kentucky including the lives of enslaved African Americans. These letters also included references to presidential elections, local politics, society, and the Mexican War. Also of interest are the Civil War letters and narratives of Thomas W. Bullitt, James B. Bullitt, and Henry M. Bullitt. The three brothers served under John Hunt Morgan during the war. Thomas W. Bullitt's papers dated 1919-1991 include information re: his experiences during World War II. This collection includes materials concerning every era of American history, from the colonial era to the Vietnam Conflict. See collection's finding aid for additional information11ocn046719897mixBaskin, John BryceScrapbookScrapbooks includes Baskin's 16 Oct. 1920 speech denouncing the League of nation and pronouncing his support of high tarrifs and women's rights; numerous newspaper clippings of poetry highlighting World War I, patriotism, politicians, and Kentucky; parodies of popular songs lampooning Kentucky political figures; Kentucky Bar Association programs; a commemorative program from the opening of the Pendennis Club in Louisville (Ky.); and several newspaper clippings regarding the shooting of Henry Clay's grandson in 188411ocn046737644mixBruce, HelmHelm Bruce :HistorySourcesCollection of miscellaneous letters regarding family news and events, and Bruce's legal career. Included is one letter from Bruce's mother to her sister, 1861, giving Civil War information11ocn682563640art19790.10Bullitt, William Marshall 84Periodicals11ocn049231334mixBullitt-Chenoweth family :HistorySourcesCorrespondence, legal documents, and genealogical information. Correspondence, 1786-1930, primarily between the women of the Bullitt, Chenoweth, and Fry families and friends. Their letters offer a picture of women's roles, and of life at Oxmoor (the family estate) during the occupancy of William C. Bullitt, his wife Mildred Ann Fry Bullitt, and their children, and at frontier army posts in Alabama, Mississippi and Minnesota territories. Also, included is a 1908 reminiscence by Confederate veteran Henry Massie Bullitt of his Civil War service and the Union prisons in which he was confined11ocn122573793mixCoffin, Marian CrugerHistorySourcesConsists of correspondence, corporate records, planting lists, specifications, drawings, and photographs that reflect Marian Coffin's career in landscape architecture and her work for clients up and down the Eastern Seaboard. Her clients included: New York Botanical Garden, the University of Delaware, Connecticut College, Marshall Field, Frederick Frelinghuysen, Edward F. Hutton, William Marshall Bullitt, Childs Frick, Frederick Vanderbilt, John Morgan Wing, Lammot du Pont, Henry Francis du Pont, and H. Rodney Sharp. Correspondents represented in this collection include: Clara Coffey, Princeton Nurseries, A. Frylink & Sons, Cedar Hill Nursery, Arden Nurseries, Wohlert's Nurseries, F.H. Horsford, Frank S. Platt Co., Wadley & Smythe, Bobbink & Atkins, Brownell Rose Research Gardens, and Cross & Son, Architects12ocn702205527mix1.00Davis, John WJohn William Davis papersThe papers consist of correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, photographs, extensive material from the presidential campaign of 1924, and material relating to John W. Davis's law practice and public activities. Correspondence makes up two-thirds of the papers including early letters by Davis to his family and his first wife, and letters while ambassador to Great Britain (1918-1923). The largest part of the correspondence is for the period 1924-1955 and concerns Davis' civic and political activities. Papers relating to his law practice in New York, where he was counsel to J.P. Morgan and Co., and others are separately arranged. His service as Solicitor General of the United States (1913-1918) is documented only by printed matter with his marginalia. Also in the papers are research materials and drafts by William H. Harbaugh for his biography of Davis, published in 197311ocn881394568file1980Baker, James GilbertOral history interview with James BakerIn this interview, James Gilbert Baker discusses: his family and childhood; William Marshall Bullitt; Harlow Shapley; University of Louisville; Walter L. Moore; American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO); Richard Prager; Harvard University; Bart Bok; Otto Struve; A. Pannekoek; Cecilia Payne Gaposchkin; Ted Sterne; Don Menzel; E. Bright Wilson; Leon Campbell; Lawrence Aller; Rudolph Langer; Henry Norris Russell; S. Chandrasekhar; Joe Boyce; George Harrison; optics; Leo Goldberg; Harvard Society of Fellows; Ivan A. Getting; atomic bomb; Lise Meitner; Niels Bohr; R. W. Wood; aerial photography; Ted Dunham; Fred WhippleThu Oct 16 16:04:02 EDT 2014batch22088