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Thu Oct 16 17:54:27 2014 UTClccn-nr890013570.00Adolph D. "Skip" Schmidt - Capital to Capital Race,0.721.00Address of Clark V. Savidge, Commissioner of Public Lands, before the joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Washington, Extraordinary Session, December 11, 19252312861Roland_H._Hartleynr 890013572455240lccn-nr89001354Washington (State)Governor (1925-1933 : Hartley)lccn-n87891247Martin, Clarence D.(Clarence Daniel)1886-1955lccn-n87890151Langlie, Arthur B.(Arthur Bernard)1900-1966np-hart, louis folwell$1862 1929Hart, Louis Folwell1862-1929lccn-n86111266Wallgren, Monrad C.(Monrad Charles)1891-1961lccn-n79002380Reed, Mark E.(Mark Edward)1866-1933lccn-n82206394Hastings, David W.np-savidge, clark vSavidge, Clark V.lccn-n80049545Washington (State)LegislatureHouse of Representativeslccn-n50068478Washington (State)GovernorHartley, Roland H.1864-1952ArchivesPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceWashington (State)Hartley, Roland H.,Political scienceGovernorsLanglie, Arthur B.--(Arthur Bernard),TaxationMartin, Clarence D.--(Clarence Daniel),Wallgren, Monrad C.--(Monrad Charles),Expenditures, PublicWashington (State).--Legislature.--House of RepresentativesSchwellenbach, Lewis B.--(Lewis Baxter),Forest policyForests and forestry--ValuationButler, Nicholas Murray,Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingGeneral Strike (Seattle, Washington : 1919)Winkenwerder, Hugo,Collective bargainingCollege presidentsWashington (State)--OlympiaReal propertyHill, Matthew W.--(Matthew William),Washington Council of DefenseWashington (State)--SeattleElectionsUnited StatesEducation, HigherAllen, Edward Weber,Suzzallo, Henry,Martin, Charles E.--(Charles Emanuel),Pritchett, Henry S.--(Henry Smith),Miller, William Winlock,Gould, Carl Freylinghuysen,Washington State Capitol (Olympia, Wash.)CanadaRoadsFisheriesCapitals (Cities)Sexual ethicsUniversity of Washington.--Board of RegentsRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Hartley familyWashington (State)--SpokaneIron mines and miningTower, Charlemagne,Wisconsin--SuperiorMassachusetts--PittsfieldLegislatorsReal estate developmentWomen--Social conditions1864195219241925192619271928192919311936197319791990412727336.20651ocn025525934book19290.82Washington (State)Taxation : special message of Governor Roland H. Hartley before a joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Washington, 21st biennial session, February 6, 192921ocn082032410book19271.00Washington (State)Third message of Governor Roland H. Hartley to the State Legislature : twentieth session January 10, 192721ocn042342077serial1.00Hartley's weeklyPeriodicals11ocn780292635book19280.10OregonSupreme Court of the United States, October term, 1928; Louis J. Tyson, appellant vs. Roland H. Hartley, as governor of the state of Washington, W.G. Potts, C.W. Clausen, et al : rief of tate of Oregon as amicus curiae in support of motion to dismiss appeal and affirm decision of District Court11ocn039881668book1.00Hartley Recall OrganizationPress releases and correspondence, 1926-2711ocn868686845book1931Washington (State)Message of Governor Roland H. Hartley to the state Legislature : twenty-second session, January 14th, 193111ocn032145130book19290.47Kate Crane-Gartz answers Governor Hartley on Centralia case11ocn029852496file1.00Wilmer, Frank JArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, speeches, business records, legislative materials and other papers relating to activities as a state senator (1921-1933), primarily concerned with agriculture, education, highways and taxation; Washington State University Regent (1922-1933); farmer, banker, merchant and civic leader. Major correspondents include: A.W. Davis, F.W. Guilbert, H.E. Goldsworthy, Oliver Hall, Roland H. Hartley, E.O. Holland, Lon Johnson, D.V. Morthland, Homer L. Post, and J.W. Summers11ocn036960663mix0.47Danskin, Floyd BrownFloyd and Hannah Danskin papersArchivesIncludes personal correspondence, memorabilia, newsclippings, photographs, and printed material pertaining to the lives and careers of Floyd and Hannah Danskin11ocn656875372book19281.00Hartley, Roland HThe truth about taxes11ocn070976893mix1.00Washington (State)Governor Roland H. Hartley papersPapers consist of incoming and outgoing correspondence and reports and studies, pertaining to state government affairs11ocn862076103book19251.00Washington (State)Second message of Governor Roland H. Hartley to the State Legislature : extraordinary session called November 9, 192541ocn024932501book19250.96A Statement by the "majority"41ocn047699095book19900.47Washington (State)State governors, 1919-1957History31ocn041801616book19261.00Washington (State)Address of Clark V. Savidge, Commissioner of Public Lands, before the joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Washington, Extraordinary Session, December 11, 192521ocn040159736mix0.47Suzzallo, HenryHenry Suzzallo papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceThe Henry Suzzallo papers document his tenure as president of the University of Washington and other professional activities11ocn070976784mix1.00Ross, Frank CHistoryDiariesGenealogyRecords and correspondenceScrapbooksDeedsChiefly personal papers, especially correspondence with family members and genealogical materials, and Ross's private business papers11ocn760900717art19790.10Hartley, Roland H. 88Periodicals11ocn503254734book19361.00University of WashingtonRoland Hill Hartley; newspaper clippings11ocn658178578book19900.47State governors, 1919-1957History11ocn190652500book1924Myrick, J. BucknerTo the women of Washington : from the pen of a Seattle editorial writer11ocn029852334mix1.00Jurgenson, HolgerSourcesCorrespondence, pamphlets and other information collected by Jurgenson concerning the conflict between Roland H. Hartley and Clark V. Savidge11ocn664745835mix1928Schmidt, Adolph DAdolph D. "Skip" Schmidt - Capital to Capital RaceHistoryRecords and correspondenceThe items of this collection document the role of Adolph D. Schmidt in the 1928 Capital to Capital Yacht Race. Items include a notebook of correspondence of the Capital to Capital Yacht Race, 1928, Photos (10) and negatives, copies of letters and articles, a scan of a Sydney Laurence painting of the Winifred (a boat), letters from the Mayor of Olympia and the Governor of Washington, and a blueprint of the Gastineau Channel (the downtown Juneau area). Correspondence includes an autographic letter from Washington Governor Hartley11ocn029731443book19731.00Voris, Brian QuintenRoland Hill Hartley and the election of 1928Case studies11ocn122523716mixHartley, Guilford GGuilford G. Hartley and family scrapbooksLargely clippings, articles, printed materials, and memorabilia documenting Hartley's career as a Duluth (Minn.) businessman, local official, and politician. There is information on his service (1885-1886) as register of the Duluth land office; city and county Republican politics; construction (1890s) by the Duluth and Superior Bridge Company of the bridge between Duluth and Superior, Wisconsin; construction and operation of street railways in Duluth (1898-ca. 1904); and Duluth streetcar strikes of 1893, 1899, and 191211ocn656875912book19281.00The truth about Hartley01ocn042341563serialCameron's weeklyDevoted to Governor Hartley and the attempted recallThu Oct 16 14:59:35 EDT 2014batch14078