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Glick, George Washington

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Works: 24 works in 27 publications in 2 languages and 84 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Poetry  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Archives 
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Biennial message of G.W. Glick, Governor, to the legislature of Kansas ; 1883 by Kansas ( Book )
1 edition published in 1883 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Abby Ware Nies collection by Eugene F Ware ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence (1867-1911), diaries (1884-1908), military papers (1859-1888), memo & address books (1894-1909), court cases, certificates, and invitations relating to Eugene Fitch Ware's military career in Colorado, Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, & Nebraska with 1st Iowa Infantry Regiment and 4th & 7th Iowa Cavalry Regiments; his law practice in Fort Scott & other Kansas cities; his term as Kansas State senator (1879-83); and as U.S. pension commissioner (1902-5). Includes material on the Spanish American War and Topeka floods (1903)
The railroad convention of 1860 by George Washington Glick ( )
1 edition published in 1906 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Guvernör G.W. Glicks tvååriga budskap till Kansas Legislatur, 1883 by Kansas ( Book )
1 edition published in 1883 in Swedish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Arbor Day proclamation, State of Kansas by Kansas ( Book )
1 edition published in 1883 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers by Eugene F Ware ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection ranges from personal correspondence to literary, legal, military, & U.S. commissioner of pensions communications and also includes clippings, letterpress & address books and personal diaries. Correspondence (1867-1911), diaries (1884-1908), military papers (1859-1888), memo & address books (1894-1909), court cases, certificates, and invitations relate to Eugene F. Ware's military career in Colorado, Dakota Territory, Iowa, Kansas, & Nebraska with the 1st Iowa Infantry Regiment and 4th & 7th Iowa Cavalry Regiments; his law practice in Fort Scott & other Kansas cities; his term as Kansas State senator (1879-83); and as pension commissioner (1902-5). Includes material on the Spanish American War and Topeka, Kan., floods (1903). Other topics include Fort Scott, autobiographical notes, poems & commentaries about poems, Kansas' quarter- and half-century of statehood celebrations, his nom de plume Ironquill, and controversy over his poem Dewey. Also included are clippings and other miscellaneous documents. The majority of personal correspondence is from 1904. During his last year as U.S. commissioner of pensions, Ware frequently wrote his wife, Jeannette, and his son, Gene, & daughter, Abby. Other correspondence includes letters written and received by his mother, Amanda, and his father, Hiram. Other correspondents include F. G. Adams, Arthur Capper, William Elsey Connelley, Charles S. Gleed, James W. Gleed, George Washington Glick, William Agnew Johnston, Chester I. Long, Preston B. Plumb, and Theodore Roosevelt
The drought of 1860 by George Washington Glick ( )
1 edition published in 1906 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
David Overmyer correspondence ; speeches, article ; biographical essay by David Overmyer ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence and speeches of David Overmyer as well as a biographical essay with descriptive information about his scrapbooks & other records by his daughter Grace Overmyer and a copy of a newspaper article about his 1906 Kansas attorney general campaign. Included in the correspondence are letters from William Jennings Bryan, Benjamin Harrison, Nelson Appleton Miles, Mary Elizabeth Lease, George Glick, William J. Stone, John Clark Ridpath, William Alexander Harris, and Jasper R. Monroe. Overmyer wrote to both the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railroad and the Union Pacific Railway. Subjects include political & legislative issues in Kansas, 1880-1906; the Kansas Democratic Party, Democratic politics nationally, & Democratic National Conventions; railroads, specifically the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co.; prohibition; suffrage; populism; and the Topeka Elks lodge
Records of the Kansas Governor's Office : administration of Governor George Washington Glick (1883-1885) by Kansas ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, an 1884 census of Finney County, and other items received from the administration of George Washington Glick, governor of the State of Kansas from 8 Jan. 1883 to 12 Jan. 1885. Includes general letters, official response letters from & letters concerning State agencies, applications & endorsements relating to State positions, and subject files; some proclamations are also included. State departments file includes judgeships, the Kansas State Penitentiary (now the Lansing Correctional Facility), and other agencies. The Applications and endorsements file includes correspondence relating to college & university and other State positions. Subject files include county organizational papers; and letters relating to claims, counties, crime & criminals, lands, livestock, military affairs, relief, Prohibition, and other topics. Additional records of Governor Glick are in separate series common to several governors including Pardon and parole files: Women's Industrial Farm, 1863-1919; Pardons, 1865-1883; Appointments registers, 1865-1885; Letter press books, 1865-1904; a Record of death sentences, 1872-1906; Death sentence warrants, 1872-1908; Requisitions on governor from governors of other States for persons accused of crimes, 1873-1960; County organization censuses, ca. 1873-ca. 1886; Applications for extradition requisitions: Sub-series I and II, 1874-1953; Prisoners in Kansas State Penitentiary, ca. 1875-ca. 1897; Citizenship pardons, 1876-1960 ; a Record of pardons, 1877-1888; Executive messages and proclamations, 1877-1921; Extraditions, 1877-1960; and Citizenship pardon orders, 1878-1884
 
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Alternative Names
Glick, G. W. (George Washington), 1827-1911
Languages
English (26)
Swedish (1)