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					                                                             The Jerry Tarver Elocution, Rhetoric a
Accession No.   Author                              Editor
1739            ??? Marshall, Emma 1830-
                1899 ????*
2155            [




2538            [?? Northrop, Henry Davenport
                (1836-1909) ]




1485            [?] Rossiter, Will


2753            [[“Little Olive Homans”]




2752            [[“Little Olive Homans”] [cabinet
                card]
2832            [3 Amherst paper items; Henry
                Frink]
2316   [Advertisement - Comic Negro
       Orator]




2141   [Albany High School Rhetorical
       Exercises]


2880   [Alhambra Book Company]



2775   [American Printing House for
       the Blind]



2239   [anon -- Northrop, Henry
       Davenport (1836-1909)]




872    [anon By a Gentleman of
       Massachusetts] Etheridge,
       Samuel, 1791?-1847; Walker,
       John 1732-1807
137    [anon]




1948   [anon]




2613   [anon]
861    [Anon] [Birch, William Young
       and Small, Abraham]




2106   [anon] [cover title boasts “this
       volume contains a poem by
       James Whitcomb Riley”]
3003   [Anon] [Dick & Fitzgerald]




1743   [anon] “A Canadian Teacher”


1453   [anon] Burgh, James (1714-
       1775)


2630   [anon] Imperial Publishing Co.




2228   [anon] March Brothers; Bowen-
       Merrill



2561   [Banks, Emma Dunning ]


2562   [Banks, Emma Dunning ]


2563   [Banks, Emma Dunning ]


2669   [Barre Academy, Vermont]


1922   [Barre Academy, Vermont]

1902   [Bates College]
1161   [Beal, Mark B.] [Atkinson,
       Charles] [Ellard, Clara]




2568   [Beaver College]



2107   [Bentley, Lillie May, The Child
       Lecturer]
2140   [Bingham, Ralph - Boy
       Elocutionist]

858    [Birch, William Young and
       Small, Abraham]




859    [Birch, William Young and
       Small, Abraham]



860    [Birch, William Young and
       Small, Abraham]



3013   [Bogarte, Martin Eugene]




3012   [Bogarte, Martin Eugene]




2098   [Boston Girls’ High School
       Graduation Exercises]
1476   [Boston School of Oratory]
       [Faculty: Moses True Brown,
       Hamlin Garland, Clara Tileston
       Power, Gertrude I. McQuesten,
       Jennie Florence Meins, L. A.
       Butterfield, Leonard Marshall,
       Frank T. Robinson]

2477   [Bowdoin College]


1678   [Brewer, David]

2670   [Brighton School]


2631   [Brownlee, J.] [J. L. Philips]



2152   [Burbank, Alfred P.]




2541   [Burbank, Alfred P.]




2370   [Burbank, Alfred P.]




865    [Burgh, James (1714-1775)]
       anon
18     [Burgh, James]
2848   [Byron King’s School of
       Oratory]


1086   [Carey, T. J. b. 1853 ]“Brudder
       Gardner”




1250   [Carey, T. J. b. 1853] “Brudder
       Gardner”




2972   [Carney, E. L. and Mathews,
       W. T.]




1164   [Carothers, C. M. and King,
       Byron]

2760   [Catalogue of the New Orleans
       College of Oratory and
       Elocution] [Whitaker, Lily C.]

2520   [Chicago School of Elocution,
       William De Wolf, Principal]
2689   [Columbia School of Oratory]
       [Mary A. Blood, Principal; Ida
       Morey Riley, Associate
       Principal]
2672   [Conner, Elizabeth Marney]




2756   [Coots, George W. and Gustine-
       Coots, Mrs. Alce]
1822   [Coulter, John]




2721   [Craftsbury Academy 1 of 3]

2722   [Craftsbury Academy 2 of 3]

2723   [Craftsbury Academy 3 of 3]


2486   [Croy, F. C.]




2746   [Curry, S. S.; Curry, Anna
       Baright; School of Expression]

2324   [Curvin Publishing Company]




2304   [Dale, Daphne]
2471   [Dale, Daphne]




2283   [Day, Joseph T]




2282   [Day, Joseph T]




1917   [Delaney, William W. Publisher]




2260   [Delaware Literary Institute]

1623   [Delo, Grace]
2156   [Delsarte Corsets;
       Manufacturing Company;
       World’s Columbian Exposition;
       Business Card; Two Items]
       [see also another entry for
       shoes]

2686   [Delsarte Corsets]


1424   [Delsarte Corsets] [shoes]




2139   [Delsarte Shoes]


1158   [Dennett, Leon]

1355   [Dick & Fitzgerald]




2176   [Dick & Fitzgerald]




372    [Dick & Fitzgerald]




2258   [DickInson Seminary]
1352   [Dietz]


2888   [Dixon, Kentucky, school
       exercises]




2664   [Donohue]




2301   [Donohue]




2344   [Drake University School of
       Oratory, Claude Bernard Davis,
       Principal]
2180   [Dudley, Bessie May]




2170   [Edgar S. Werner & Company]




1454   [editor] Mickey, F. S.




1089   [eds] Brookings, W. Du Bois;
       Ringwalt, Ralph Curtis; [intro by
       Hart, Albert Bushnell]
1679   [Educational Register
       Company]



2881   [Eldridge Entertainment House,
       Inc.]

2171   [Eldridge Entertainment House]



1840   [Eldridge Entertainment]


2418   [Eldridge Entertainment]




2169   [Eliot School]



2489   #########################




1420   [Emerson College; Boston
       School of Oratory]


2226   [Emerson College]
3079   [Emerson] [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]




3080   [Emerson]; [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]




3081   [Emerson]; [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]




3082   [Emerson]; [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]




56     [Etheridge, Samuel, 1791?-
       184]; Walker, John 1732-1807




2662   [Etheridge, Samuel, 1791?-
       184]; Walker, John 1732-1807




2751   [Eugenia Williamson ]
2124   [Excelsior Publishing House]




2289   [Exhibition of Tableaux, Civil
       War Fund Raising, 1863. New
       Hampshire




2490   [F. A. Owen Publishing
       Company]


2782   [F. M. Lupton, Publisher]




2346   [F. M. Lupton, Publisher]




2911   [F. M. Lupton, Publisher]



1960   [F. M. Lupton, Publisher]
1615   [Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -
       ]




2296   [Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -
       ]




2291   [Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -
       ]




2811   [Fillmore J. H. ]



2812   [Fillmore J. H. ]



2588   [Fink, Ernest A. pub.; Winans,
       James A.; London, Jack; West,
       Emma Elise, b. 1870 [ed.] [ ?
       Quaife, Elise West ?]; Carleton,
       Will; and others]


1702   [Fobes, Walter K.]



2667   [Fowle, William B. 1795-1865]
2476   [Franklin, New Hampshire, High
       School]




2519   [Funeral of old Mr. Dagget]




2743   [Genesee Wesleyan Seminary]




1293   [Gladys Bridgham]


2858   [H. P. Kraus]
474    [Handford, Thomas W.]
       [attribution by World Cat]

1796   [Handford, Thomas W.]
       [attribution by World Cat]

1713   [Handford, Thomas W.]
       [attribution by World Cat]

1309   [Handford, Thomas W.]
       [attribution by World Cat]

2434   [Haney, Jesse]


1991   [Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.]
1017   [Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.]




2254   [Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.];




1596   [Hanson, Minnie]



239    [Harding, Samuel Bannister}   Samuel Bannister
                                     Harding
2663   [Hayes, John J.]




1428   [Hilliard, Evelyne]




2882   [Hurst & Co.]



2691   [Iowa Collegiate Oratorical
       Association]
769    [Ivers] [Banim, Brougham,
       Balfe, Callanan, Halpine,
       Keegan, Lover, Meagher,
       Thomas Moore, Fathers Prout
       and Ryan]



2758   [J. W. Dickinson, editor, THE
       ELOCUTIONARY MAGAZINE]




2648   [Jackson, Maud; Hammond,
       Kathryn Wire; Chisholm,
       Elizabeth; Vernon, Helen;
       Taylor, Clair; Seymour,
       Alexander; Evans, Helen
       Kitchell; Dannecker, Hazel]
2231   [Jamieson]


2571   [John F. Schultz]



2280   [Johnson Smith & Company]




2360   [King, Byron & Mac Dougal
       [MacDougal], Evelyn Miss]




2097   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]
2010   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]



2690   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]




2011   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]




1921   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]



2893   [King, Byron Wesley 1859-]



2075   [Knoepfler, J. B.]



2167   [Kuyahora Press, Inc.]


2783   [Latter Day Saints] [Deseret
       Sunday School Union*]


2852   [Lebanon Valley College] Roop,
       Hervin C.; Mrs. Roop; Harry L.
       Eichinger

2396   [Leland, Charles Godfrey, 1824-
       1903]

2052   [Lexington Mass Monument
       Literary Association ]

2475   [Litchfield Academy]
2474   [Literary Program]


2001   [M. A. Donohue, publisher]


2128   [Maine State college]
       [University of Maine, founded
       1865]




2821   [Maples, F. T. and Case, Ida L.
       M.]




2706   [Mark Beal; Smithville Elocution
       Class]


2428   [Mascoma Valley Pomona
       Grange Program, West
       Canaan, New Hampshire]
280    [McConnell, Joseph Moore]          Joseph Moore
                                          McConnell
2086   [Michigan Association of
       Elocutionists]


2284   [Michigan Department of Public
       Instruction, Jason E.
       Hammond, Superintendent]
1717   [Miller, Joseph Dana]




2342   [Miss Mildred M. Raymond]



1475   #########################




1950   [Morse School of Expression;
       Elizabeth Morse]

2004   [N. M. T.]




2724   [NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
       ELOCUTIONISTS]



2575   [National School of Elocution
       and Oratory Catalogue]



2008   [National School of Elocution
       and Oratory]


2623   [National School of Elocution
       and Oratory] Wilson, Louise
       Latham

2161   [New England Conservatory ;
       Kelley, Samuel; Howe, Julia
       Ward .....]
2861   [New England Conservatory
       ;Eben Tourjee; Carl Faelten,
       Frank W. Hale]




1945   [New Hampton Institution]

2325   [New Hampton, New
       Hampshire, Class of 1888]



2701   [New Paltz State Normal
       School]

2236   [New Sharon Elocution Club]




1895   [New York Times]




2559   [Newlin, Ora Allen 1875 - ]



2250   [Normal Publishing House]



2019   [Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)]
2728   [North-western Debate Team]
       [Northwestern , Illinois
       Wesleyan, Wheaton ,
       University]

2649   #########################
2341   [Ogilvie advertising card]




2975   [Pearson, C. Arthur]




1331   [photo of Florida DesVerney,
       black elocutionist]




2716   [Pittsburgh Catholic College of
       the Holy Ghost] [Byron King]


1349   [Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1856   [Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)
2238   [Postcard, c Edward Stern and
       Company]




2317   [postcard, elocution class]



2252   [Potter, Helen]




2632   [Potter, Helen]




2138   [Powers, Elsie Miss]




1949   [Powers, Leland] [Phidelah
       Rice] [Faculty: Mrs Powers,
       Rachel Noah France, Elizabeth
       Pooler-Rice, Erdine Cowlishaw,
       Helen Appleton, Helen Allen
       Hunt, Elizabeth Finch, Irvin L.
       Potter, Hazel Leavitt Langdon]

2319   [Prof. Carnes and Chicago
       Ladies Quartette]
2454   [Prof. Crouse; Fostoria
       Academy]


236    [Prosser, Randall. P.]              R. P. Prosser

2094   [published by wehman;
       copyright by R. H. Russell &
       Son]



2609   [Randolph-Macon Academy]




2413   [RE: King, Byron Wesley 1859-
       ]



2638   [RE: Marie Bowen] Danks, Hart
       Pease 1834-1903 & Linden,
       Cora



2051   [re: Potter, Helen]




2416   [Roberts, Lillian F.]




1088   [Root, Oren, Jr. 1838-1907 ] ;
       Gilbert, Josiah; [introduction by
       Upson, Anson J. ]
2813   [Rosche, George F. ]




2605   [Sabin, Henry] [State of Iowa]




2540   [School of the Evangelists;
       Johnson Bible College; 1893 -
       1909]




2251   [Schuster, Helen Merci; Salter,
       Sumner, Father Ryan;
       Papineau]


2205   [Shaftesbury Magazine of
       Oratory] Shaftesbury, Edmund
       [pseud.] [Webster Edgerly,
       1852-1926]
1597   [Shields, Lulu; Foreman, M C.,
       San Antonio, Hannibal]




2338   [Smith College Department of
       Elocution and Dramatic
       Expression; Ludella L. Peck]


2500   [Soper, Henry M.]

2718   [St. Mary’s Benedictine
       Institute]
2742   [Stahl, L. G. copyright]




2362   [Stahl, L. G. copyright]


2464   [Stahl, L. G. copyright]


2059   [tableaux 1857 ?Boston?]



2923   [Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928]



1704   [Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928]




1620   [Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928] [see
       also Hawthorne] [[ Williams,
       Henry Llewellyn, 1842- cited as
       editor in W C]]



1300   [Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928]
       reader, not editor
1890   [Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928]
       reader, not editor




2142   [Theta Alpha Society ; Albany
       High School[


2000   [Tousey, Frank; publisher]



2744   [Troy Conference Academy]
       [Banker, Howard J.]



2745   [Troy Conference Academy]
       [Mrs. Leona Gray]




2271   [Tyng, Stephen H. (Higginson)
       1839 - ]




2550   [University of Rochester]
2841   [Virginia Institute for Girls;
       Spegener; Curry School]




2037   [W. B. Conkey Company]




2727   [W. B. Conkey Company]




1923   [W. B. Conkey Company]




2165   [W. B. Conkey Company]




1946   [W. B. Conkey Company]



2230   [W. J. Swigart]




1411   [Warren School]
2340   [Waterbury Centre, Vermont]



2318   [Wehman Brothers Catalogue]



2747   [Wehman Brothers; Kitty D.
       Miley]




1699   [Wehman, Henry J.]




2363   [Wellesley]
2804   [Welsh Eisteddfod]



2373   [Werner, Edgar S. Publishing
       and Supply Co., arranged by]
       Hawthorne, Nathaniel

1421   [Werner, Edgar S., d. 1919]
2854   [Werner, Edgar S., d. 1919]
       Werner’s Voice Magazine*




3015   [Werner, Edgar S.]


3039   [Werner, Edgar S.]



1818   [Wetmore Declamation Bureau]


2698   [Wetmore Declamation Bureau]


105    [Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863]



38     [Whately, Richard] anon
996    [Whately, Richard] anon


2350   [Williston Seminary,
       Easthampton, Massachusetts]



2237   [Wilmington Conference
       Academy, Dover, Delaware +
       Letters from R. H. Skinner]




2696   [Wilson, Floyd B., Lake Erie
       Seminary]




2179   [Wise, Kate Ellis]




2257   [Wood, Grace Moulton]




2715   [Wright; Loveridge; Dennen;
       Lindsley; William White;
       George Butler; R. G. Russell;
       Hoffman; J. H. Beale]
1932   “Uncle Herbert” Arthur, T. S.
       1809-1885. (Timothy Shay)




1280   “Uncle Herbert” Arthur, T. S.
       1809-1885. (Timothy Shay)



1087   “Uncle Herbert” Arthur, T. S.
       1809-1885. (Timothy Shay)



1132   “Uncle Herbert” Arthur, T. S.
       1809-1885. (Timothy Shay)



2777   A. Bourset [Adolf ?]




840    Abercrombie, James

1724   Abraham Mills [1796-1867]




30     Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864
774    Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864




1659   Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864

777    Adams, Daniel, M. D.




2780   Adams, Florence A. Fowle,
       1863 -

1676   Adams, John Quincy, 1767-
       1848


2647   Adams, John Quincy, 1767-
       1848




1836   Adams, Pamela Asenath,; Mrs.




841    Agar, J.
767    Agar, J. [editor]

1296   Albright, Maria

1310   Alcott, William
843    Alden, Abner [James Burgh
       (1714-1775)]




842    Alden, Abner 1758-1820




2223   Alden, John B.


1451   Alden, Joseph 1807-1885
       [Prefatory Note by James
       McCosh]




193    Alden, Raymond MacDonald

2857   Alden, Silas A. [Emerson, Mrs.
       C. W.]




844    Alderson, James
1220   Aldrich, George I. and Forbes,
       Alexander


2985   Alexander, Alexander, 1849-
       1928*
1824   Alexander, Caleb, 1755-1828




2290   Alexander, Caleb, 1755-1828



2414   Alexander, Jessie [ Roberts,
       Jessie Alexander, d. 1907,
       comp.]
2233   Alexander, Jessie [ Roberts,
       Jessie Alexander, d. 1907,
       comp.]
2406   Alexander, Jessie [ Roberts,
       Jessie Alexander, d. 1907,
       comp.]
2903   Alexander, Jessie; Easton, Lilly
       G.; Smith, Martha; Bowes,
       Lauretta; Johnston (sic)
       [Johnson], E. Pauline;
       Wetherald, Jennie; Dunn,
       Marguerite.



2768   Allen, Alice E.



2358   Allen, Elizabeth Akers (words);
       Harris, Lucy (Poses); Sheridan,
       E. V. & Cooper Anna D.
       (Direction)
1257   Altgeld, John P.

1412   Ames, William Homer (editor)
778    Anderson, John J.




1314   Anderson, John J.




807    Anderson, John J.




2836   Andrews, Annabel




846    Andrews, John [BLAIR? HAVE
       NOT CHECKED AS OF ‘98]



2218   Andrews, John [BLAIR? HAVE
       NOT CHECKED AS OF ‘98]
1649   anon




1249   anon




1709   anon



1776   anon



2741   anon



896    Anon


1308   anon




2207   anon




1104   anon




640    anon
2492   Anon




2160   Anon




606    Anon




2495   Anon




602    Anon




2407   Anon




2456   Anon
2083   Anon




2195   Anon




605    Anon




2066   Anon




2582   Anon




603    anon


1243   anon


604    anon


2530   anon


1323   anon
2154   anon


1660   anon



504    anon

1472   anon




2950   anon




1892   anon




845    anon

2214   anon




520    anon

1520   anon




1194   anon
2076   anon




607    anon




1762   anon




1387   Anon

1974   anon [Garrett, Phineas]



1473   anon [Garrett, Phineas]




1105   anon [Garrett, Phineas]




526    anon [Garrett, Phineas]




2444   anon [Garrett, Phineas]




1938   anon [Garrett, Phineas]
1737   anon (Donohue]



812    anon *



1849   anon [ Colt, Florence
       Underwood]

2873   Anon [“Instructer” (sic)]




2676   anon [Attributed by W C to
       O'Malley, Pat, 1892- and, in
       another entry, to P. O'Malle]


2071   anon [Coulter, John]




2710   anon [Coulter, John]
2175   anon [Coulter, John] [Steeley,
       Guy]




1458   anon [Daphne Dale]




1484   anon [Daphne Dale]




2032   anon [Daphne Dale]




878    anon [Dusickinson, Rodolph]

1786   Anon [Gage, publisher]
1082   anon [Garrett, Phineas]




525    anon [Garrett, Phineas]




1106   anon [Garrett, Phineas]




1864   anon [George M. Hill Company]


1716   Anon [Graham, Robert?]




1184   Anon [Hanson, John Wesley,
       Jr.; Gunckel, Lillian Woodward]




2551   Anon [Hanson, John Wesley,
       Jr.; Gunckel, Lillian Woodward]
2366   Anon [Hanson, John Wesley,
       Jr.; Gunckel, Lillian Woodward]




1657   anon [Key and Biddle ??]



1128   Anon [Know Nothing]




1750   anon [Kuhlman] [D. Z. Howell]




912    Anon [Lamy, Bernard]
1745   anon [Meyer & Brother}




1752   anon [National Educational
       Union]
1022   Anon [Pogle, Frances P. ?]




3031   Anon [RE: Willard, Frances
       Elizabeth, 1839-1898]




1617   Anon [Rowton, Frederick, 1818 -
       1854 and Payne, F. M.]



1931   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




2269   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]
2685   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




1868   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




2964   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




2137   Anon [Vickers, George M.;
       1841- ; (George Morley);
       Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]
707    Anon [Vickers, George Morley,
       1841-, Charles C. Shoemaker]




1027   Anon [Vickers, George Morley,
       1841-, Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




2617   Anon [Vickers, George Morley,
       1841-, Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther]




1967   Anon [Vickers, George Morley,
       1841-, Charles C. Shoemaker]
       [Cushing, Luther] [Neff School
       of Oratory]
1383   Anon Attributed in W C to
       Leonard, Levi Washburn,
       1790? - 1864 but the original
       EASY LESSONS was written
       by Joshua Leavitt




932    Anon Published by I. Riley
1126   anon* [Thomas Meek]




1493   anon* Beadle and Adams




2958   Anonymous Compiler (Anon)
       [McGuffey, William Holmes,
       1800-1873.]


2625   Apthorp, H. O.




39     Aristotle                       M. Cassandre,
                                       translator
1056   Ascham, Roger; Wright,
       William Aldis [ed.]



639    Atwell, B. W.




1344   Austin, Valorous Adwin




532    Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun]




47     Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun]
533    Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun]
534    Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun]



2421   Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun]; Armstrong, T. C. L.


770    Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun][editor]; Cobbett,
       William
768    Ayres, Alfred, 1826?-1902
       [pseud, Thomas Embley
       Osmun][Fiske, Harrison Grey;
       Werner, Edgar S; Waldron,
       James A.]



2603   Bacon, Albert M.

847    Bacon, Albert M.




631    Bacon, Albert M.




848    Bacon, Albert M.




2119   Bacon, Albert M.




849    Bacon, Francis

575    Bacon, Francis and Boyd,
       James R. and Whately, Richard
661    Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626 and
       Whately, Richard, 1787-1863



1312   Baer, Libbie C. 1849-


850    Bailey, Ebenezer, 1795-1839




1757   Bailey, Ebenezer, 1795-1839




647    Bailey, Mark, 1822-1904

1873   Bailey, Rufus W.




1155   Bailey, Rufus William 1793-
       1863




2311   Bailey, Sara Lord



2621   Baker




2359   Baker, George (poems); Keller,
       Cozette (Poses)


2198   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890
794    Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




1854   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




3004   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




2192   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




1983   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




2096   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




1975   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890
1302   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890




2158   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890 (ed.)




1700   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890 and Baker, Walter H.]




2754   Baker, George Melville, 1832-
       1890 [Twain, Mark, 1835 -
       1910]



415    Baldwin, Charles Sears


416    Baldwin, Charles Sears


417    Baldwin, Charles Sears


2683   Baldwin, James, 1841-1925



2455   Ballard, Harlan H. 1853-1934,
       (Harlan Hoge) [or Hogue ??]




648    Banks, Emma Dunning


2801   Banks, Emma Dunning
672    Banks, Emma Dunning


192    Banks, Louis Albert
851    Barbauld, Anna Laetitia
562    Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864




563    Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864




853    Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864




852    Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864
1613   Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864




2274   Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864
1675   Barber, Jonathan 1784-1864
       [Mason, Calvin]



524    Barber, Joseph


2510   Barber, Joseph


2135   Barnett, Joseph H. b. 1859 ;
       Mary Norton, J..A. Baxter,
       Laura Rountree Smith;
       Elizabeth Winters

408    Barondess, Benjamin [ed]




2061   Bartlett, George Bradford, 1832-
       1896




1365   Barton, Jerome




1127   Bascroft*, John [says World
       Cat] Burgh**, James (1714-
       1775)
1667   Bates, Margret Bates




1219   Bates, Samuel P.




2232   Bates, William, 1852-




3038   Baumann, Rachel



2896   Baxter, Joanah A.



712    Beadle and Adams




713    Beadle and Adams
714    Beadle and Adams




2719   Beadle and Adams




715    Beadle and Adams




699    Beadle and Adams; Pretzel,
       Carl




2050   Bechtel, John H.




2178   Bechtel, John H.




464    Beebe, Katherine
431    Beecher, Henry Ward




578    Beecher, Henry Ward and
       MacIntosh, John S. an;d
       Behrends, A. J. F.


2397   Beeton, Samuel Orchart, 1831-
       1877




731    Behnke, Emil [Mrs.]



2054   Beirly, Alfred




614    Bell, Alexander Graham




615    Bell, Alexander Graham, 1847-
       1922




1782   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905
610    Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905




609    Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905




2532   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905



611    Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905




1374   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905



1270   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905




619    Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
       1905
618   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
      1905




616   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
      1905 AND Bell, David Charles
      1817-1902




612   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
      1905 AND Bell, David Charles
      1817-1902




617   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819- Leonard Cutts
      1905 AND Bell, David Charles
      1817-1902; Cutts, Leonard [ed]



613   Bell, Alexander Melville 1819-
      1905 AND Bell, David Charles
      1817-1902
2204   Bell, David Charles 1817-1902




2393   Bell, David Charles 1817-1902




2392   Bell, David Charles 1817-1902




1683   Bell, David Charles, 1817-1902




621    Bell, Sir Charles


705    Bennett, Mrs. M. S.




2815   Berge, Herman von
1928   Bergen, Helen Corinne



1746   Best, Sallie Keep




2389   Best, Sallie Keep and Meyer,
       George J.




2026   Bethune, George W.




265    Betts, George Herbert           Suzzallo, Henry

1342   Biddle



854    Biddle



2565   Bilhaud, Paul [Galipaux, F. ,
       recited by]


1795   Bingham, Caleb
83     Bingham, Caleb




857    Bingham, Caleb




24     Bingham, Caleb



1769   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1896   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1940   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817
1543   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




856    Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1074   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




855    Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1755   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




803    Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817
1980   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1652   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1457   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1906   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




347    Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817
1883   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1446   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




1258   Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817




2726   Birbeck, Christopher Joseph




1183   Birdsall, William Wilfred and
       Jones, Rufus M.
1405   Birdsall, William Wilfred and
       Jones, Rufus M. (illustrations
       by Charles Dana Gibson,
       Corwin K. Linson and others)




2827   Bishop, Emily M. (Emily
       Montagne Mulkin} 1858-1916.




2368   Bishop, Emily M. (Emily
       Montagne Mulkin} 1858-1916.
1212   Bishop, Emily M. (Emily
       Montagne Mulkin} 1858-1916.




1448   Bishop, Emily M. (Emily
       Montagne Mulkin} 1858-1916.


2989   Bishop, George D.


2994   Bishop, George D.




1842   Bitney, Mayme



451    Bitney, Mayme Riddle


463    Bitney, Mayme Riddle
1910   Blackman, Robert D. [ed];
       Campbell, H. (M.D.); Brewer, R.
       F. ; Neville, Henry; Harrison,
       Clifford; Corder, Fred; Hawley,
       Stanley.




1287   Blackstone, Harriet



2299   Blackstone, Harriet




2144   Blair




334    Blair, Hugh



328    Blair, Hugh




318    Blair, Hugh



2708   Blair, Hugh




331    Blair, Hugh
319    Blair, Hugh




330    Blair, Hugh




2687   Blair, Hugh




1401   Blair, Hugh


311    Blair, Hugh



310    Blair, Hugh

313    Blair, Hugh



671    Blair, Hugh




314    Blair, Hugh



317    Blair, Hugh




315    Blair, Hugh
741    Blair, Hugh




309    Blair, Hugh



1276   Blair, Hugh



1366   Blair, Hugh




2401   Blair, Hugh




312    Blair, Hugh



721    Blair, Hugh




1283   Blair, Hugh
2941   Blair, Hugh




332    Blair, Hugh

308    Blair, Hugh

1179   Blair, Hugh




1556   Blair, Hugh




1327   Blair, Hugh




6      Blair, Hugh




327    Blair, Hugh


320    Blair, Hugh



329    Blair, Hugh

690    Blair, Hugh
1900   Blair, Hugh




323    Blair, Hugh


489    Blair, Hugh



324    Blair, Hugh



663    Blair, Hugh



1912   Blair, Hugh



325    Blair, Hugh

662    Blair, Hugh




306    Blair, Hugh



307    Blair, Hugh



1044   Blair, Hugh



1      Blair, Hugh
1045   Blair, Hugh




727    Blair, Hugh




682    Blair, Hugh




684    Blair, Hugh




683    Blair, Hugh




1730   Blair, Hugh
681    Blair, Hugh




679    Blair, Hugh




1512   Blair, Hugh




2822   Blair, Hugh




839    Blair, Hugh




680    Blair, Hugh




678    Blair, Hugh
677    Blair, Hugh




676    Blair, Hugh




744    Blair, Hugh




688    Blair, Hugh




686    Blair, Hugh




2855   Blair, Hugh




692    Blair, Hugh
2750   Blair, Hugh




1185   Blair, Hugh




693    Blair, Hugh




1470   Blair, Hugh




691    Blair, Hugh




687    Blair, Hugh
674    Blair, Hugh




673    Blair, Hugh




675    Blair, Hugh




823    Blair, Hugh




1632   Blair, Hugh




93     Blair, Hugh                        Grenville Kleiser

326    Blair, Hugh                        Grenville Kleiser


1205   Blair, Hugh



1178   Blair, Hugh (Blake, John
       Lauris, 1788-1857)




321    Blair, Hugh (Blake, John Lauris,
       1788-1857
333    Blair, Hugh (Blake, John Lauris,
       1788-1857.)



1771   Blair, Hugh (Blake, John Lauris,
       1788-1857.)




322    Blair, Hugh (Blake, John Lauris,
       1788-1857.)




2650   Blair, Hugh [Key, Mielke &
       Biddle]




1177   Blair, Hugh 1718-1800




2966   Blair, Hugh -1800




2619   Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800 ;
       [Eliphalet Pearson]
2331   Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.;
       Berguer, Lionel Thomas




1359   Blair, Hugh; Abraham Mills   Abraham Mills [1796-
       [1796-1867]                  1867] Abridged by



696    Blair, Hugh; Abraham Mills   Abraham Mills [1796-
       [1796-1867]                  1867] Abridged by



694    Blair, Hugh; Abraham Mills   Abraham Mills [1796-
       [1796-1867]                  1867] Abridged by




695    Blair, Hugh; Abraham Mills   Abraham Mills [1796-
       [1796-1867]                  1867] Abridged by




1602   Blair, Matilda




1211   Blair, Matilda




1347   Blair, Matilda


1386   Blair, Matilda
2640   Blair, Matilda


2147   Blair, Matilda


599    Blair, Matilda



1603   Blair, Matilda



1100   Blair, Matilda



2174   Blair, Matilda



1550   Blair, Rev. David (1785-1866)




1964   Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857




1168   Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857
84     Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857




862    Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857;
       [Walker, John 1732-1807]




263    Bleything, Martin

1290   Blood, Mary A. and Riley, Ida
       Morey




2659   Blood, Mary A. and Riley, Ida
       Morey




2488   Blood, Mary A. and Riley, Ida
       Morey




2661   Blood, Mary A. and Riley, Ida
       Morey




2660   Blood, Mary A. and Riley, Ida
       Morey
226    Boardman, Lester W.         Boardman, Lester W

1914   Bogarte, Martin Eugene*



1095   Bogarte, Martin Eugene*



1510   Bogarte, Martin Eugene*



2515   Bogarte, Martin Eugene*



1286   Bogue, Benjamin Nathaniel




1982   Bosworth, Bessie Bryant




1733   Bowdin College Declamaton
       Exercises




1117   Boyce, Ella M.
2263   Boyd, James R. 1804-1890.
       (Rev. James Robert)




576    Boyd, James R. 1804-1890.
       (Rev. James Robert)




566    Boyd, James R. 1804-1890.
       (Rev. James Robert)




430    Boyd, James R. 1804-1890.
       (Rev. James Robert)




1464   Braden, Findley Mrs.




1809   Braden, Mrs. Findley




1055   Bradley, Cornelius Beach




2248   Bradley, James T. and
       Clabaugh, Maurice [Credits to
       Hamill, Shoemaker and Bacon]
48     Branch, Oliver E.




2162   Branch, Oliver E.




2113   Briggs, Miss A. O., Boyd,
       James E. , Grancell, Sallie




1233   Briggs, Miss A. O., Boyd,
       James E. , Grancell, Sallie
2875   Briggs, Miss A. O., Boyd,
       James E. , Grancell, Sallie




2404   Brockway, Lizzie A.




2916   Brodix Publishing Company [
       Twain, Mark, 1835 - 1910;
       Lincoln; Ella Wheeler Wilcox;




586    Bronson, C. P.
1429   Bronson, C. P.




584    Bronson, C. P.




771    Bronson, C. P.




1459   Brooks, Edward 1831-1912




560    Brooks, Edward 1831-1912
561    Brooks, Edward 1831-1912




1808   Brooks, Edward 1831-1912




1395   Brown, Charles [Prof.
       Maurettus]




1078   Brown, Charles W. 1866-1934




2219   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1247   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934
1084   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1833   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934



2091   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1639   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1336   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




998    Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934
2452   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1514   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




1585   Brown, Charles Walter 1866-
       1934




2036   Brown, Francis Joseph and
       Brown, Miriam Williams



1619   Brown, Hallie Quinn 1850-1949
       [SIGNED]




1723   Brown, Hallie Quinn, 1850 -
       1949, Delany, Faustin S.
1125   Brown, Isaac Hinton 1842-1889




2570   Brown, Isaac Hinton, 1842-
       1889. ; Brown, Charles Walter,;
       1866-1934




2330   Brown, Jessie H. ; Fillmore, J.
       H.



863    Brown, Moses True




654    Brown, Moses True
800    Brown, Moses True




666    Brown, Moses True




1899   Brown, Samuel Gillman
       [Gilman ?] 1813-1885




2790   Brown, Will H.




1400   Brown, Will H.




785    Brownlee, James Henry




1198   Brownlee, James Henry
1747   Brownlee, James Henry




1944   Brownlee, James Henry




168    Bryan, William Jennings



2971   Bryan, William Jennings and
       Bryan, Mary Baird
261    Buckley, James M.

262    Buckley, James M.

2654   Bugbee, Willis N.


2479   Bugbee, Willis N. [Compiler]


1265   Bugbee, Willis N. [Compiler]


1557   Burbank, Alfred P.; Dion
       Boucicault*




2543   Burdett, James S.




1090   Burdett, James S.



2695   Burdett, James S.
1850   Burdett, James S.




1408   Burdett, James S.


828    Burgess, Walton* [claggett --
       see ad]



19     Burke, Edmund; Abraham Mills Abraham Mills [1796-
       [1796-1867]                  1867]

414    Burt, Emily Rose
2960   Burt, Mary Elizabeth, 1850-
       1918


267    Burton, Warren                  Johnson, Clifton

491    Burton, Warren                  Johnson, Clifton

2157   Butler, Florence Higgins
       [Bogarte, M. E.]


1605   Butler, George P.




1093   #########################




1330   Byron, Basil Gordon and
       Coudert, Frederic Rene
       [Beveridge, etc.. included]

1097   Cairns, William B.
2422   Caldwell, Merritt 1806-1848




1297   Caldwell, Merritt 1806-1848




1189   Calkins, N. A. (Norman Allison)
       1822-1895 and Adams, W. T.
       [William Russell]*


1046   Campbell, George, 1719-1796



69     Campbell, George, 1719-1796       Kleiser, Grenville
870    Campbell, George, 1719-1796       Kleiser, Grenville
14     Campbell, George, 1719-1796
104    Campbell, George, 1719-1796
1103   Campbell, George, 1719-1796




868    Campbell, George, 1719-1796




869    Campbell, George, 1719-1796
336    Campbell, George, 1719-1796




700    Campbell, George, 1719-1796
       [Hoyt Hudson’s copy]




1368   Campbell, Loomis J. and Root,
       Oren, Jr., 1838-1907



608    Carey, T. J.



2465   Carey, T. J.




702    Carey, T. J.




1527   Carey, T. J.




2202   Carey, T. J.
701    Carey, T. J.




2023   Carey, T. J. [Morton, J. M.]




2104   Carey, T. J. b. 1853 [“Brudder
       Gardner”]




1962   Carlyle, Thomas




2337   Carman, Mrs. Adelia E. [Mary
       Blood]




646    Carpenter, J. E.

185    Carr, Edwin Hamlin

3021   Carruthers, Jean


3022   Carruthers, Jean


366    Cary, Ferdinand Ellsworth [ed.] Cary, Ferdinand
                                       Ellsworth
1763   Case, Carleton B. (Carleton
       Britton), b. 1857

738    Case, Carleton B. (Carleton
       Britton), b. 1857

1549   Case, Carleton B. (Carleton
       Britton), b. 1857


2850   Case, Carleton B. (Carleton
       Britton), b. 1857

2187   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.




1137   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.




1976   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H. ; Briggs,
       A. O. Miss



1000   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H. ; Briggs,
       A. O. Miss




1985   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H. ; Briggs,
       A. O. Miss
1634   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H. ; Briggs,
       A. O. Miss




999    Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H. ; Briggs,
       A. O. Miss



1181   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




1186   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




1889   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




2007   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss
1001   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




1891   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




1971   Caskey, David W. Jr. [editor ?];
       Spurgeon, Rev. C. H.; Grancell,
       Sallie Miss




1073   Caskey; Spurgeon; C. H.;
       Boyd, James P. [Penny] 1836-
       1910; Briggs, A. O. Miss;




2814   Castle, Harriet D. and Rosche,
       George F. ]




2395   Castle, Harriet D. b. 1843
224    Cathcart, George R.




796    Cathcart, George R.




871    Cathcart, George R.




793    Cavins, Elmer W. and intro by
       Hewett, Edwin C.



1115   Chadman, Charles E.; 1873 -




2910   Chadman, Charles E.; 1873 -




544    Chamberlain, Wm. B. and
       Clark, S. H.




579    Channing, Edward T.
1114   Charles Walter Brown 1866-
       1934


2769   Charles Walter Brown 1866-
       1934

2800   Charles Walter Brown 1866-
       1934

2593   Charles Walter Brown 1866-
       1934


2945   Charles Walter Brown 1866-
       1934


1402   Cheever, George Barrell 1807-
       1890




3074   Cheney, Albert Baker
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]


2925   Ciccolina, Sophia Marquise A.;
       Werner, Edgar S., d. 1919



1622   Claggett, Rufus, 1803-1875




2914   Claggett, Rufus, 1803-1875




873    Claggett, Rufus, 1803-1875*
2915   Claggett, Rufus, 1803-1875*




373    Clapp, Theodore



2823   Clark, Alexander, 1834-1879




2946   Clark, J. Scott 1854-1911.
       (John Scott)



792    Clark, J. Scott 1854-1911.
       (John Scott)



539    Clark, S. H.




541    Clark, S. H. and Blanchard, F.
       M.


480    Clark, S. H. and Blanchard, F.
       M.


2963   Clark, Samuel




1706   Clark, William M.
2824   Clark, William M.




1861   Clark, William M.




875    Cleveland, Charles Dexter
876    Cleveland, Charles Dexter
1806   Coale, Edward J.




1123   Coates, Henry T. 1843-1910




2459   Coates, Henry T. 1843-1910




2544   Coates, Henry T. 1843-1910




393    Cobb, Lyman

877    Cobb, Lyman
1118   Cobb, Lyman




1955   Cody, Sherwin, 1868-1959



1920   Cody, Sherwin, 1868-1959




164    Cody, Sherwin, 1868-1959

1083   Cohen, Isabel E.



2633   Colburn, Bertha Louise [R. Tait
       McKenzie 1867-1938]


268    Colesworthy, D. C.

2789   Colonnier, Paul




2400   Colt, Florence Underwood




1450   Colt, Florence Underwood
2968   Colt, Florence Underwood




1778   Colt, Florence Underwood




2943   Colt, Florence Underwood




3095   Comstock, Andrew

1997   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




1630   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864
2390   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




2003   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




2826   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




1382   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




2143   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864
2451   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




2636   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




1707   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




2904   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




389    Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864



880    Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864
2820   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




879    Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864




338    Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864
       and Lawrence, Philip
2592   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864
       [Komstok]




2185   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864,
       and Mair, James Allan




2677   Comstock, Andrew 1795-1864;
       Pitman, Benn




2335   Comstock, Andrew, 1795-1864
2634   Connor, John Hal, 1896-




467    Connor, J. Hal

2816   Contributors: Holloway, Pearl;
       Freeman, Carolyn; Whitson,
       Alice L. ; Gosselink, Sara E.
       [Hoffman, laid in piece]




1582   Cook, Amos Jones 1777-1836.




2297   Cooke, Carrie Adelaide
       [selected and arranged by]




2668   Cooke, Carrie Adelaide
       [selected and arranged by]




26     Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




881    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814
885    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




27     Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




882    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




883    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




884    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




1413   Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814




103    Cooke, Increase, 1773-1814
1820   Cooke, Maud C.
1819   Cooke, Maud C.




656    Coombs, J. V. 1849-1920.
       (James Vincent),; Pinkley, Virgil
       A. ; Harne, C. H.

2949   Coombs, J. V. 1849-1920.
       (James Vincent),; Pinkley, Virgil
       A. ; Harne, C. H.




2417   Cooper Anna D. (Direction);
       Key, Francis Scott, [Words and
       Music]

2372   Cooper, Anna D. [arranger];
       Eliot; George; “Falk”
       (photographer]




1482   Cooper, George


2714   Cooper, George


1410   Cooper, George




1245   Cooper, George



2153   Cooper, George
1577   Cooper, George (words); Pratt,
       Charles E. (music)/ Farrand
       (photography)




162    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895


86     Coppee, Henry 1821-1895
888    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895




2255   Coppee, Henry 1821-1895




889    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895




811    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895




890    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895
886    Coppee, Henry 1821-1895

166    Coppens, Charles the Rev. S.
       J.

891    Coppens, Rev. Charles S. J.

1339   Coppens, Rev. Charles S. J.

223    Coppens, Rev. Charles S. J.

222    Coppens, Rev. Charles S. J.


1050   Corson, Hiram 1828-1911
892    Corson, Hiram, 1828-1911
       [copy of H. O. Apthorp]




144    Corwin, Thomas             Josiah Morrow

2865   Coulter, John




2657   Coulter, John
1002   Coulter, John




2063   Coulter, John




2188   Coulter, John
1206   Coulter, John




1998   Coulter, John




3087   Coulter, John
2386   Coulter, John




1218   Coulter, John




2256   Coulter, John




2235   Coulter, John




2594   Coulter, John




2931   Coulter, John
1282   Coulter, John [?]




238    Cowan, Milton

152    Cox, Edward W.




25     Cox, Leonard                    Carpenter, Frederic
                                       Ives
2837   Crafts, Wilbur F. 1850-1922.;
       Fisk, H. F.




653    Craig, A. H. and Gunnison,
       Binney
1325   Craig, A. H. and Gunnison,
       Binney




2974   Craig, Laura Gerould, 1860 -



1523   Crawford, Therou Clark
2410   Crosby, Fanny [words]; Doane,
       W. M. [music]; Keller, Cozette
       [poses, directions for
       pantomime]

766    Crozier - French, Mrs. L.
       (Lucy); [Fenno; Vandenhoff]


2478   Cruikshank, George,; 1792-
       1878*




2377   Cull, Richard; Garrick, David,;
       1717-1779; Anderson, J. W.



1216   Cumnock, Robert McLean, L.
       H. D., 1840-1928




652    Cumnock, Robert McLean, L.
       H. D., 1840-1928




540    Cumnock, Robert McLean, L.
       H. D., 1840-1928




486    Cumnock, Robert McLean, L.
       H. D., 1840-1928
2612   Cumnock, Robert McLean, L.
       H. D., 1840-1928



1284   Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

300    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

297    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

296    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

302    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

301    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

303    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

305    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

304    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

298    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

295    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

299    Curry, S. S. (Samuel Silas),
       1847-1921

1469   Daggett, Herman, 1766-1832




2818   Daily, Alphabell
1711   Dale, Daphne



726    Dale, Daphne




2127   Dale, Daphne




2146   Dale, Daphne




2622   Dale, Daphne




2208   Dale, Daphne




2641   Dale, Daphne




1653   Dale, Daphne




3088   Dale, Daphne
1036   Dale, Daphne




1222   Dale, Daphne




2697   Dale, Daphne




1018   Dale, Daphne [Introduction by]



1121   Dale, Walter




893    Dana, Joseph

360    Daniels, Josephus


655    Davis, Harry Cassell
1563   Davis, Harry Cassell and
       Bridgman, John C.




208    Day, Henry N.


577    Day, Henry N.


2513   Day, Henry Noble, 1808-1890




1467   Day, Henry Noble, 1808-1890




1329   Day, Henry Noble, 1808-1890




1201   de Banke, Cecile




894    De Quincey, Thomas; edited by
       Scott, Fred N.
1642   De Vere, William 1844-1904
       [devere]
2172   De Witt [Dewitt]




2574   De Witt [Dewitt]




1264   De Witt, A. T. B. [dewitt]




1913   De Witt, A. T. B. [dewitt]




2895   De Witt, A. T. B. [dewitt]
       [Prescott]




2866   De Witt, A. T. B. [dewitt]
       [Prescott]




2578   De Witt, Robert M [Macaulay]
2295   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




2253   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




2294   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




2013   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




2060   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




1381   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




2053   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]
2944   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




598    De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




1901   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]


1830   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt] ?????




704    De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt]




1075   De Witt, Robert M. (1827-
       1877) [dewitt] [Nathaniel Orr,
       Engraver] [Henry Llewellyn
       Williams, 1842- *]




625    Dean, C.
1572   Decatur Baptist College -
       Elocution Contest

1573   Decatur Baptist College Debate


595    Delsarte, Francois;
       Delaumosne, L’Abbe; Arnaud,
       Angelique; Geraldy, Marie;
       Giraudet, Alfred; Durivage,
       Francis, A. and Berlioz, Hector

1529   Demorest, W. Jennings and
       Woodbury, Mrs. Charlotte F.



1094   Denman, Jacob S. (1814- )




497    Denton, Clara


2656   Denton, Clara J.




2517   Denton, Clara J.



2977   Desberger, Joseph -June 26,
       1945? [St. Louis Post Dispatch
       Death Notices]



597    Deslarte, Francois;
       Delaumosne, L’Abbe; Araud,
       Angelique; Shaw, Frances
       [trans]
2796   Dewart, Edward Hartley, 1828-
       1903, ed.




1379   Dick




521    Dick, William

522    Dick, William
1828   Dick, William B.




660    Dick, William B. (William
       Brisbane), 1827-1901.




2749   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




2787   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)
1903   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1481   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1815   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1569   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1568   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)
2733   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1984   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




1316   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane)




2312   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane),




2763   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane),
2764   Dick, William B. 1827-1901.
       (William Brisbane),




100    Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
       [S. Eytinge, Jr. (Solomon
       Eytinge) (1833-1905)]



3028   Dickenson, Caroline Earnest



2441   Dickerman, Goodwal




3073   Dickinson, John W. [Elizabeth
       Aldrich Smalley]


2064   Dickson, Henry M. 1850 - ????




2065   Dickson, Henry M. 1850 - ????;
       Hubbard, Elbert; Marden,
       Orison Swett




150    Dodge, W. W.


1581   Dolan, Lenore K.
2443   Donohue, Henneberry & Co.




1961   Donovan, Judge J. W.




205    Dowling, John

1537   Dunbar, Alice Moore (Alice
       Nelson-Dunbar]


2928   Dunbar, Alice Moore (Alice
       Nelson-Dunbar]; [ Leslie
       Pinckney Hill ]


895    Dusickinson, Rodolph

572    Dwyer, J. H.[John Hanbury}

2117   Dwyer, J. H.[John Hanbury}
       [Kansas City; School of
       Oratory*)
89     Dwyer, John Hanbury




148    Earl Curzon of Kedleston
       [McMaster University Oratorical
       Contest, Canada] [Sutherland,
       Robert Franklin, 1859-1922]
       [Richardson, A. H.]
1166   Early, Lewis J.




1298   Edgarton, Warren P. and
       Russell, William 1798-1873




2313   Edwards, T. C. 1848-1927
       (Thomas Cynonfardd)



2314   Edwards, T. C. 1848-1927
       (Thomas Cynonfardd)



2343   Edwards, T. C. 1848-1927
       (Thomas Cynonfardd)



1580   Eldridge




2408   Eldridge, Ethel May




202    Ellicott C J Charles John 1819
       1905
1788   Ellis, Edwin




359    Ellis, William T.




838    Elmo [Handford, Thomas W.]




543    Elmo [Handford, Thomas W.]




456    Elmo [Handford, Thomas W.]




1215   Emerson, Charles Wesley
       1837-1908




1785   Emerson, Charles Wesley
       1837-1908
3083   Emerson, Charles Wesley
       1837-1908; [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]


3084   Emerson, Charles Wesley
       1837-1908; [Elizabeth Aldrich
       Smalley]


1154   Emerson, Benjamin D. 1781-
       1872




2874   Emerson, Benjamin D. 1781-
       1872; [Walker, John 1732-
       1807]




637    Emerson, Charles Wesley 1837-
       1908



2856   Emerson, Charles Wesley 1837-
       1908


635    Emerson, Charles Wesley 1837-
       1908


636    Emerson, Charles Wesley 1837-
       1908



1361   Emerson, Joseph
339    Emerson, Joseph




138    Emerson, Oliver Farrar

1629   Encyclopedia Perthensis
       [Ward, John ???]


2771   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




1110   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




407    Enfield, William, 1741-1797




2521   Enfield, William, 1741-1797
1109   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




1807   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




1449   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




1108   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




350    Enfield, William, 1741-1797




21     Enfield, William, 1741-1797
1718   Enfield, William, 1741-1797




74     Enfield, William, 1741-1797




2666   Enfield, William, 1741-1797
       [Blair, Hugh]




2585   Espenshade, Abraham Howry,
       1869-1948



1101   Estes, Alice D.


1422   Etherington, A. J.
644    Evans, G. G. [publisher???]




412    Evans, George G.
       [publisher???]
1618   Ewing, Thomas




1571   Ewing, Thomas




2353   Ewing, Thomas; Calvert,
       Frederick Baltimore,; 1793-
       1877




1534   F. M . Lupton, Publisher




3029   F. M. [from Preface] [Merritt,
       Fowler -identified as compiler
       by W C]
1358   Fallows, Samuel




2996   Fauntleroy, Sally Conrad
1968   Faxon, Grace




2999   Faxon, Grace




2984   Faxon, Grace




1202   Faxon, Grace [**Inez McFee,
       Laura Dunbar Hagarty,
       Elizabeth B. McLellan]




1214   Faxon, Grace [**Inez McFee,
       Laura Dunbar Hagarty,
       Elizabeth B. McLellan]




1688   Faxon, Grace and Beecher,
       Walter J. (editors)
2599   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




478    Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




2703   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




523    Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




568    Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -


569    Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -


1956   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -


2042   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -
1003   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




2919   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




2600   Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -




788    Fenno, Frank Honywell, 1857 -
       ; [Fenno, Sara Perry - cited as
       co-author by W C]
1187   Fernie, B. J. (Benjamin James]




1648   Fertich, W. H. 1847-1915




2365   Fertich, W. H. 1847-1915




1376   Feuchtinger, Eugene




1197   Feuchtinger, Eugene




483    Feuchtinger, Eugene




2429   Feuchtinger, Eugene


110    Fillebrown, Thomas
126    Fillebrown, Thomas
1578   Fillmore, J H.




897    Fisher, George
1057   Fisher, George




2213   Fitzgerald, P. A.




1532   Flaurier, Noel

2148   Flaurier, Noel; Crites, Lucile;
       Irish, Marie; Beard, Patten;
       Hermes, Ethelle Manning;
       Guptill, Elizabeth F.; Boggs,
       Hobert O.
2576   Fletcher, Austin Barclay 1852 -




257    Fletcher, Austin Barclay 1852 -
       [George A. Vinton]
1328   Fobes, Walter K.




1539   Fobes, Walter K.




2460   Fobes, Walter K.




187    Fobes, Walter K.

706    Fobes, Walter, K. with an
       introduction by George Melville
       Baker, 1832-1890




2480   Ford, Harold. 1858 -



1624   Ford, Stephen van Rensselaer,
       1835-1910




175    Foster, L . C.
1398   Fowle, William B. 1795-1865




1237   Fowler, Allen E.




2730   Frank S. Fox


2729   Frank S. Fox




2844   Franklindale Elocution Club,
       Poughkeepsie, New York




2145   Fraser, Donald, 1755?-1820
1444   Frederick J. Drake, publisher




2058   French, Donald Graham and
       Kirkpatrick, Frank Home




344    French, L. C.[Lucy Crozier]



2843   Fretts, Lyman R. 1852 - ? [A
       Google search found Fretts
       born in Westmoreland County,
       Pa.]



1053   Frink, Henry Allyn




722    Frink, Henry Allyn
747    Frobisher, Joseph Edwin




136    Frobisher, Joseph Edwin


132    Frobisher, Joseph Edwin




2382   Frobisher, Joseph Edwin




2965   Frobisher, Joseph Edwin




82     Frost, John 1800-1859

165    Frost, John 1800-1859

422    Frost, John 1800-1859
391    Frost, John 1800-1859




898    Frost, John 1800-1859




1191   Frost, John 1800-1859




2055   Frost, Sarah Annie




477    Frost, Sarah Annie



2089   Frost, Sarah Annie



1538   Frost, Sarah Annie




1689   Frost, Sarah Annie
2056   Frost, Sarah Annie




641    Frost, Sarah Annie




1766   Frost, Sarah Annie




1261   Fulton, Robert I and Truebood,
       Thomas C.




2779   Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951



1738   Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951




2529   Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951
573    Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951



899    Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951, Bashford,
       James W.



900    Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951, Bashford,
       James W.



570    Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951.,
       Bashford, James W.



1274   Fulton, Robert Irving 1855-
       1916, and Trueblood, Thomas
       Clarkson 1856- 1951;
       Trueblood, Edwin P.




2772   Fyke, C. A. [Ella Wheeler
       Wilcox]




2817   Gabriel, Charles H.
       [Rodeheaver, Homer A.]*

2806   Gamble, Mrs. S. A. and Taylor,
       Sophie M.
2973   Garcia, Gustave, 1837-1925




2394   Garcia, Gustave, 1837-1925




479    Gardiner, J. H.


2678   Garfield, Emma


505    Garrett, Phineas

645    Garrett, Phineas


508    Garrett, Phineas


1612   Garrett, Phineas [editor]
2918   Gentleman, Francis, 1728-
       1784; Shakespeare, William,
       1564-1616;; Burgh, James,
       1714-1775




2970   Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919




156    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919



153    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919
155    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919


154    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919


157    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919
158    Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919
1294   Genung, John Franklin 1850-
       1919


2424   George, Noah Jackson T. d.
       1849




1773   Georgen, Eleanor [Franklin H.
       Sargent]
2080   Gill, William Fearing, 1844-
       1917
2795   Gillespie, Angela, Mother 1824-
       1887




2384   Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
       1834-1918

1210   Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
       1834-1918


1209   Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
       1834-1918




2244   Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
       1834-1918


1135   Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
       1834-1918
772    Golder, John




2646   Gooch, Richard Barnes, 1820 -
       1849 [James Rush, Andrew
       Comstock, D. Fisk]




2773   Goodrich, Samuel G. 1793-
       1860. (Samuel Griswold)


72     Goss, John




206    Gough, John B.
2608   Gough, John B. [introduction by
       the Rev. Lyman Abbott]




40     Grady, Henry W.                   Shurter, Edwin
                                         DuBois
530    Graham, F. Taverner



551    Graham, F. Taverner



651    Graham, F. Taverner
1772   Graham, Robert




2116   Graham, Robert




1715   Graham, Robert




1445   Graham, Robert [wrote
       introduction, not listed on title
       page]



2791   Graham, Robert [wrote
       introduction, not listed on title
       page] [Hanson, John Wesley]




783    Grancell, Sallie; Colburn;
       Carrie; Spurgeon, C. H.; Boyd,
       James P . [Penny] 1836-1910;
       Briggs, A. O. Miss;
2085   Green, Richard W.; Carpenter,
       William, 1797-1874; Butter,
       Henry, 1794-1885




343    Green, Richard W.; Carpenter,
       William, 1797-1874; Butter,
       Henry, 1794-1885




626    Griffith, Allen Ayrault
628    Griffith, Allen Ayrault




1604   Griffith, Allen Ayrault




1124   Griffith, Allen Ayrault




1122   Griffith, Allen Ayrault




638    Guilmette, Charles Alexander; Edward Winthrop
       Winthrop , Rev. Edward [ed]


632    Gummere, Samuel R., 1789-
       1866



633    Gummere, Samuel R., 1789-
       1866
1594   Guptil, Elizabeth F.


2108   Guptill, Elizabeth F.




2197   Guttmann, Oskar




1285   Guttmann, Oskar




129    Guttmann, Oskar




1064   Guttmann, Oskar




2159   Guttmann, Oskar
2383   Guttmann, Oskar




901    Hafford, Eloise A.

2838   Hale, Edward Everett



2688   Hall, Eugene J. 1845-




1497   Hall, Eugene J. 1845-




1321   Hall, William
256    Hamersley, Lester Burton




1546   Hamersley, Lester Burton




1547   Hamersley, Lester Burton
       [Maude Adams*]




1502   Hamill, S. S.
629   Hamill, S. S.




589   Hamill, S. S.




816   Hamill, S. S.




590   Hamill, S. S.




587   Hamill, S. S.




588   Hamill, S. S.
2326   Hamilton, Kate W.




2596   Handford, Thomas W.




2469   Handford, Thomas W.




1992   Handford, Thomas W. (Elmo)




1417   Handford, Thomas W. [Elmo]




1335   Handford, Thomas W. [Elmo]
2041   Handford, Thomas W. [Elmo]




1989   Handford, Thomas W. [Elmo]




2620   Handford, Thomas W.i




2665   Haney, Jesse                  Haney, Jesse




1768   Hanson, J. W. [John Wesley,
       Jr. ?] and Graham, Robert

1741   Hanson, John Wesley Jr. and
       Graham, Robert




1567   Hanson, John Wesley Jr. and
       Graham, Robert




1439   Hanson, J. W. [Hanson, John
       Wesley, Jr.??]
1825   Hanson, James Wesley, Jr.




786    Hanson, James Wesley, Jr.




2415   Hanson, James Wesley, Jr.




1655   Hanson, James Wesley, Jr.




2029   Hanson, James Wesley, Jr.




601    Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.




1767   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.
685    Hanson, John Wesley, Jr. and
       Graham, Robert




1879   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward




2018   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward




1843   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward




2470   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward
2602   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward




1004   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward




1005   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward;
       Lepperr, Irma [posed for some
       pictures]




1780   Hanson, John Wesley, Jr.;
       Gunckel, Lillian Woodward;
       Lepperr, Irma [posed for some
       pictures]
2707   Hardcastle, Lewis B.




1207   Hardwicke, Henry 1861-1909




1313   Harrell, Eugene G. and
       Neathery, John B.




1764   Harris, Albert Mason



2      Harris, Fletcher; Harris, Willis
       ed.


1852   Harrison, T.
728    Harrod, John J.




2557   Harrower, T.




1758   Harsha, David A.




1427   Hart, Albert Bushnell




2535   Hart, John Seely 1810 -1877;
       Comstock, Andrew [ad for]; E.
       H. Butler & Company
       [catalogue for]




902    Hartley, A. M.



903    Hartley, A. M.




2981   Hartranft, John Beach; Paxon,
       Florence Parker
1175   Harvey, James Clarence



1241   Harvey, James Clarence



1432   Harvey, Thomas W.




2987   Harwood, Eliza Josephine


1236   Harwood, Eliza Josephine and
       Wagner, Ralph B. with
       introduction by Percy MacKaye

472    Hathaway, B. A.



3027   Haughwout, L. May



2842   Haven, E. O. 1820-1881.
       (Erastus Otis)




2347   Haven, E. O. 1820-1881.
       (Erastus Otis)




1621   Hawthorne [[Williams, Henry
       Llewellyn, 1842- cited as editor
       in W C] [Terry, Ellen, 1847-
       1928]
1924   Hawthorne ?




1311   Hawthorne [?]




484    Hawthorne [?]




1599   Hawthorne [editor???]




2704   Hawthorne, Victor J.
804    Hawthorne, Victor J.




2712   Hawthorne, Victor J.




817    Hayward, Frances Rolph




2298   Heath, Lilian M.
837    Heaton, Nathaniel, 1767-1820;
       Blair, Hugh




87     Hedge, Levi

2022   Heller, Louie R.




448    Henderson, Alfred E.


20     Henry Home of Kames           John Frost
2579   Hervey, George Winfred, 1821-
       1908




2391   Hervey, George Winfred, 1821-
       1908




2809   Hewitt, E. E. and Towne, T.
       Martin


2398   Heywood, Delia A. [pen name:
       Polly Ann Pritchard]
427    Hildreth, Ezekiel



1593   Hill, David J.




826    Hill, John




2351   Hill, Thomas Padmore




1494   Hinsdale, B. A. [Burke Aaron),
       1837-1900.


1397   Hoar, George F.




1133   Holbrook, Alfred, 1816-1909
1007   Hollinshed, T. Edward




1875   Hollinshed, T. Edward




1685   Hollinshed, T. Edward




1228   Holmes, Alice A. 1821-1914

384    Holmes, George F.



650    Holycross, Edwin Isaac


909    Home, Henry (Lord Kames)
718    Home, Henry (Lord Kames);       Abraham Mills [1796-
       Abraham Mills [1796-1867]       1867]




698    Home, Henry (Lord Kames);       Abraham Mills [1796-
       Abraham Mills [1796-1867]       1867]




54     Home, Henry [Lord Kames]        Frost, John
31     Home, Henry Lord Kames

32     Home, Henry Lord Kames

564    Home, Henry [Lord Kames]        James R. Boyd, D.
                                       D.




904    Hope, M. B.
2553   Houser, James Alfred, 1847-
       1919




1099   Howard, Anna K. [Miss Anna
       Halleck Kelsey]




1869   Howard, Clarence J.




2598   Howard, Clarence J. ; Hudson,
       Francis; [Gilbert, W. S.]
1070   Howard, John 1839-1904



413    Howard, Rev. R. H.

813    Howe, Julia Ward


739    Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871
424    Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




425    Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




719    Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




1832   Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




423    Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871
1696   Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




1346   Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




1227   Hows, John W. S. [William
       Stanhope] 1797-1871




2122   Hoxie, Evelyn


805    Hoyle, Frances P.




3086   Hoyle, Frances P. [Edward S.
       Ellis; Charles Morris; Frederic
       William Unger; Jesse Lyman
       Hurlbut
1926   Hoyle, Frances P. ; Vickers,
       George M.; 1841- ; (George
       Morley)




1749   Hoyle, Frances P. ; Vickers,
       George M.; 1841- ; (George
       Morley) [music]




2522   Hoyle, Frances P. ; Vickers,
       George Morley, 1841- [music]




1008   Hoyle, Frances P. ; Vickers,
       George Morley, 1841- [music]
493    Hubbard, Elbert, Ed.




905    Hubbard, John
1385   Hubbard, John 1759 - 1810




58     Hubbard, Kin

3008   Humphrey, James W.




418    Hunt, E. [ed. and publisher]



131    Hunter, Estelle B.

2587   Hyde, Thomas A. 1859-1925.
       (Thomas Alexander),; Hyde,
       William,; of Cambridge.
       [Apparently, Hyde, William
       DeWitt, 1858-1917, president
       of Bowdoin College?]




528    Hyde, Thomas A. 1859-1925.
       (Thomas Alexander),; Hyde,
       William,; of Cambridge.
       [Apparently, Hyde, William
       DeWitt, 1858-1917, president
       of Bowdoin College?] [George
       A . Vinton]
1858   Hyde, William DeWitt(or De
       Witt), 1857-1917, president of
       Bowdoin College
1393   Hynson, George Beswick 1862
       - 1926




2031   Iliff, John W. & Co. [editor ??]




2212   Iliff, John W. & Co. [editor ??]




1611   Iliff, John W. & Co. [editor]




2345   Iliff, John W. & Co. [editor]




149    Ingersoll, Robert                  J. B. McClure
1319   Ingersoll; Depew




468    Irish, Frank V.




470    Irish, Frank V.




469    Irish, Frank V.




2957   Irish, Marie

2121   Irish, Marie

2531   Irish, Marie

2307   Irish, Marie




1853   Irish, Marie
2123   Irish, Marie




1943   Irish, Marie




2978   Irish, Marie




2259   Irish, Marie




2542   Irish, Marie



2518   Irish, Marie


2168   Irish, Marie
2199   Irish, Marie




2134   Irish, Marie




1870   Irish, Marie


1661   Irish, Marie




2048   Irish, Marie




2899   Irish, Marie




1845   Irish, Marie [a later printing
       attributed to Evelyn Simons ]
1848   Irish, Marie; Young, O. E.; and
       others
365    Irving, Washington




2616   Jackson, J.V.



1047   Jackson, Maude M.


1038   Jackson, Maude M.




1981   Jackson, Maude M.




1037   Jackson, Maude M.




1687   Jackson, Maude M.
2523   Jackson, Maude M.




2112   Jackson, Maude M.




1731   Jackson, Maude M.




2333   Jackson, Maude M.




1144   Jackson, Maude M.
1886   Jackson, Maude M.




825    Jackson, Maude M.




697    Jackson, Maude M.




2845   Jackson, Maude M. [Hesba
       Stratford; Nelle S. Mustain;
       Margaret M. Browning]




1862   Jackson, Maude M. [White,
       Annie R.]




2988   Jacobs, Mae and
       Schell,Stanley [Pauline Phelps*]
2245   Jacques, Mary J.




864    James Burgh (1714-1775)
1367   James, John G. (Garland) 1844-
       1930.


1963   Jamieson, Alexander




2115   Jamieson, Alexander




906    Jamieson, Alexander



907    Jamieson, Alexander
29     Jamieson, Alexander




55     Jamieson, Alexander


2481   Jamieson, Alexander


2482   Jamieson, Alexander


2437   Janda, Alois; Hejtmanek,
       Ladislav




2717   Janson, Melville J.




668    Jephson, Henry
667    Jephson, Henry


908    Jerningham, Edward 1737 (?) -
       1812; Knox, T.




174    Johnson, Gerald W.

264    Johnson, Myron
1947   Johnson, Rossiter



2864   Johnson, Willis Fletcher




108    Jones, Dora Duty

1262   Jones, Edgar DeWitt


2507   Jones, Morris



198    Jones, Sam
1866   Judson, Harry Pratt




1068   Kates, G. [George] Whitfield




2934   Kavanaugh, Russell Mrs.
1708   Keene, J. W.


2354   Keene, J. W.


1295   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911


1835   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911



2150   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911




1996   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911




2278   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911




2655   Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911



2423   Kellogg, Amos M. 1832-1914



1999   Kellogg, Amos M. 1832-1914
2879   Kellogg, Amos M. 1832-1914;
       Kellogg, Alice Maude, 1862-
       1911*



488    Kerl, Simon




1576   Keys, Edward




2539   Kidd, Robert




161    Kidd, Robert


546    Kidd, Robert


550    Kidd, Robert




548    Kidd, Robert



348    Kidd, Robert



549    Kidd, Robert
547    Kidd, Robert



1553   Kidder, Charles W. 1861-
       (Charles Winslow),; Bell,
       Alexander Melville 1819-1905.



620    Kidder, Charles W. 1861-
       (Charles Winslow),; Bell,
       Alexander Melville,;1819-1905.



3085   Kidder, Charles W. 1861-
       (Charles Winslow),; Bell,
       Alexander Melville,;1819-1905.
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]

2586   Kidder, Daniel P. 1815-1891
       (Revised By]; Sheridan,
       Thomas, 1719-1788




1143   Kightlinger, Flora N.




1010   Kightlinger, Flora N.            Kightlinger
2447   Kightlinger, Flora N.




2569   Kightlinger, Flora N.




2273   Kightlinger, Flora N.   Kightlinger




1859   Kightlinger, Flora N.   Kightlinger




1011   Kightlinger, Flora N.   Kightlinger
1012   Kightlinger, Flora N.             Kightlinger




2560   Kightlinger, Flora N.             Kightlinger




2627   Kightlinger, Flora N.             Kightlinger




354    Kightlinger, Flora N. [Bogarte,   Kightlinger
       M. E.]



2387   Kightlinger, Flora N. and Griffin, Kightlinger
       Lucia B.*




1067   Kimball, Maria Porter Brace
       (1852-1933)


2303   King, Byron Wesley 1859-




1552   King, Byron Wesley 1859-




559    King, Byron Wesley 1859-
1350   King, Byron Wesley 1859-




2982   King, Byron Wesley 1859-




2860   King, Byron Wesley 1859-



2463   King, Byron Wesley 1859-



642    Kinnaman, A. J.




2177   Kinnaman, A. J.




790    Kinsey, O. P.




2682   Kinsey, O. P.




1065   Kirby, E. N. (Edward Napoleon)
1436   Kirkham, Samuel




37     Kirkham, Samuel




1348   Kirkham, Samuel




734    Kirkham, Samuel




1536   Kirkham, Samuel [see below
       for Winchester and Hart)



735    Kirkham, Samuel and Finch,
       Ralph K.




2778   Kirton, John William, 1831-
       1892.
2431   Kitchen, Joseph Moses Ward,
       1846-



1544   Klein, Margaret A.




242    Kline, R. E. Pattison



2496   Kline, R. E. Pattison


1404   Kline, R. E. Pattison




1152   Knowles, Antoinette




2537   Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862




2100   Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862
386    Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862 [and Sargent, Epes]
       [and S. S. Randall]




385    Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862[and Sargent, Epes]




911    Knox, Samuel 1755 or 6-1832
       [Blair, Holmes, Stirling]




115    Kofler, Leo, 1837-1908




1761   Kofler, Leo, 1837-1908


1784   Kofler, Leo, 1837-1908




1937   Kofler, Leo, 1837-1908
2206   Kofler, Leo, 1837-1908




2755   Kohaus, Hannah More




3016   Kyle, George; Dallas, Mary Kyle



2567   La Moille, T. G. and Parsons,
       Eugene


127    La Salle Extension University

2580   Lacey, William Brittainham,
       1781-1866




2200   Lamkin, Nina B.




2705   LaMoille, T. G. and Parsons,
       Eugene


2149   LaMoille, T. G. and Parsons,
       Eugene


1180   Landon, Melville D. (Eli Perkins)
494    Landon, Melville D. [Eli Perkins]


2983   Lantz, M. S.




1341   Lantz, M. S.




233    Law, Frederick Houk


1229   Lawrence, Edwin Gordon




1957   Lawrence, Edwin Gordon




535    Lawrence, Edwin Gordon, 1859-
       1950 [Robert Pier Elliot*]
829    Lawrence, Edwin Gordon, 1859-
       1950 and Lawrence, Philip




3001   Lawrence, Philip




1748   Lawrence, Philip




2639   Lawrence, Philip




2862   Lawrence, Philip [Engaving of
       Sheridan’s Ride by Gideon and
       Faust]


273    Laycock, Craven
751    Layres, Augustus




750    Layres, Augustus




1455   Layres, Augustus




1354   Le Favre, Carrica




2039   Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843-




1671   Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843-




1340   Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843-




188    Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843- Le Row, Caroline B.
1440   Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843- Le Row, Caroline B.




3023   Le Row, Caroline Bigelow 1843-



2435   Lease, Nannie C.


1754   Leavitt, Joshua, 1794-1873




1591   Lee, William H.


1203   Legouve, Ernest [translated by
       Abby Langdon Alger]



763    Legrand, Dr. Louis




65     Leigh, Randolph

833    Lewis, Arthur M.


2933   Lewis, George Andrew, 1870-
       1915
2287   Lewis, George Andrew, 1870-
       1915




1727   Lewis, Richard




1855   Lewis, Richard




475    Lewis, Richard




2534   Lindsey, Neffie Palmer




2785   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor
1515   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




729    Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




2133   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




779    Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




2784   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




1009   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor
1277   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




2835   Linthicum, Richard, 1859-1934;
       Hinshaw, Marvin Victor




2458   Little, George b. 1791




2635   Locke, Belle Marshall and
       [various authors]

2766   Lockwood, Guy H. ; Lockwood,
       Hazel L.,; 1886-1951. ; [Wilcox,
       Ella Wheeler 1850-1919]

2725   Loehr, E. L.
1644   Loehr, E. L.




2595   Logan, Marshall




2087   Lottner, Mrs. H.



2761   Lottner, Mrs. H. [Illustration on
       cover by “Piglheim”]



142    Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892

2315   Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892
2332   Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892




139    Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892


140    Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892


387    Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892




2305   Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892




2334   Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892
1636   Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892




141    Lovell, John Epy, 1795-1892




2917   Lowell, S. J. ; Darrow, J. W.; b.
       1855. ; (James Wallace) ALSO
       Jennie Buell and Cora A.
       Matson Dolson




1253   Lumm Emma Griffith
1865   Lumm Emma Griffith




1884   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2079   Lumm, Emma Griffith
2799   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1062   Lumm, Emma Griffith
2403   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2938   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2173   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2637   Lumm, Emma Griffith
1562   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2514   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1694   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1726   Lumm, Emma Griffith
1235   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2511   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2034   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1919   Lumm, Emma Griffith
1751   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2306   Lumm, Emma Griffith




355    Lumm, Emma Griffith




1933   Lumm, Emma Griffith
1863   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1013   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1936   Lumm, Emma Griffith




1904   Lumm, Emma Griffith
2462   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2545   Lumm, Emma Griffith




2948   Lummis, Hattie and Towne, T.
       Martin


1299   Lund, C. E.




913    Lyman, Asa
1526   Lyons, Joseph Aloysius, 1838-
       and Brown, Rev. M B.




351    Lyons, Joseph Aloysius, 1838-
       and Brown, Rev. M. B.
481    Lyons, Joseph Aloysius, 1838-
       and Brown, Rev. M. B.
914    Lyons, Joseph Aloysius, 1838- ;
       Brown, M. B. [Griffith;
       Murdoch; Seiler; Comstock]



716    M. J. Ivers [ not Beadle]




1925   Macaulay ??




1200   MacKenzie, Sir Morell




2043   Macleod, Donald [John Walker
       and Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862]




1658   Magill, Mary Tucker 1830-1899,
       Dio, Lewis (introduction),
       Wilson, Bertha [poses]; Pollard,
       Myra and Dickerman, Goodwal
       [ballad pantomimes];
       Fuenkenstein (composed
       music)

1742   Magill, Mary Tucker 1830-1899,
       Dio, Lewis (introduction),
       Wilson, Bertha [poses]; Pollard,
       Myra and Dickerman, Goodwal
       [ballad pantomimes];
       Fuenkenstein [composed
       music]
2379   Magill, Mary Tucker 1830-1899,
       Dio, Lewis (introduction);
       Fuenkenstein (composed
       music)
1909   Magill, Mary Tucker 1830-1899,
       Dio, Lewis (introduction);
       Fuenkenstein (composed
       music)
2740   Magill, Mary Tucker 1830-1899,
       Dio, Lewis (introduction);
       Fuenkenstein (composed
       music)



1066   Magill, Mary Tucker1830-1899




390    Maglathlin, Henry B. A.M.




1770   Maglathlin, Henry B. A.M.




34     Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]
1174   Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]




33     Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]

35     Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]

1173   Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]



776    Magoon, E. L. the Rev. [Elias
       Lyman 1810-1886]




2432   Major, William Montgomery


1139   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




2830   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




2831   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858
2526   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




432    Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




2457   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




580    Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




2527   Mandeville, Henry, 1804-1858




808    Mantegazza, Paolo



316    Marsh, John,; 1743?-1821. ;    John Marsh
       Blair, Hugh,;1718-1800.

834    Marshall, Edward G.
2339   Marshall, Logan




449    Martin, James H.




2498   Martine, Arthur [Orr, Nathaniel,
       engraver]




59     Mason, John, 1706-1763




1871   Mason, John, 1706-1763
57     Mason, John, 1706-1763




2884   Mason, John, 1706-1763;
       Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815




2684   Mason, M. M.; Griffin, Sarah
       Lawrence




2371   Mason, Morey ; Spedon,
       Samuel Mack,; 1865-
       [Illustrator]

1952   Massey, Charles
1077   Massey, Charles [Dio Lewis*]




1049   Mathews, William




583    Mathews, William



582    Mathews, William




1048   Mathews, William




581    Mathews, William




917    Maury, Jean Siffrein 1746-
       1817; The Abbe Maury
918    Maury, Jean Siffrein 1746-
       1817; The Abbe Maury; Potter,
       A. [editor]
90     Maury, the Abbe               John Neal Lake,
                                     translator
1816   McAvoy, T. J. (Thomas J.)




1244   McAvoy, T. J. (Thomas J.)
2803   McAvoy, T. J. (Thomas J.)




1558   McAvoy, T. J. (Thomas J.)




2426   McAvoy, T. J. (Thomas J.)




1654   McBride, H. Elliott




1461   McCurdy, Convers L. Rev.




1268   McElligott, James N. LL.D.
       (James Napoleon) 1812-1866




345    McElligott, James N. LL.D.
       (James Napoleon) 1812-1866
552    McElligott, James N. LL.D.
       (James Napoleon) 1812-1866
2072   McElligott, James N. LL.D.
       (James Napoleon) 1812-1866
1267   McElligott, James N. LL.D.
       (James Napoleon) 1812-1866




822    McFee Jno.. R. [Blair, Hugh]


2183   McFee, Inez




1570   McFee, Inez




1369   McFee, Inez




1606   McFee, Inez




1607   McFee, Inez
2604   McHale, Frank




2070   McHale, Frank C.




565    McIlvaine, J. H.




147    McKinley, William

1719   McLean, Margaret Prendergast




915    McQueen, Hugh
213    McQueen, Hugh



1970   Meakin,John Phillips


2302   Meek, Thomas Sheppard
2191   Meek, Thomas Sheppard




2506   Meek, Thomas Sheppard




919    Melmoth, William; Tacitus




1894   Merrill, Margaret Mantel;
       Colburn, Bertha Louise; Bowen,
       Merle


1343   Methodist Board of Education


920    Meyer, Geog Hermann Von
2125   Milburn, W. H. [ His letter dated
       October 22, 1860 + Engraving
       of Milburn]




3007   Miller, Franklin J.




2935   Miller, Lida Brooks




2731   Miller, Lida Brooks




2679   Mills, Abraham, 1796-1867.




2293   Misch, Marion L. Simons, Mrs.,
       1869- comp.

1575   Miss Clarendon and Mr.
       Whitney




1994   Miss Parke’s School
2336   Mitchell, M. S.




2193   Mitchell, M. S.




1213   Mitchell, M. S.




2786   Monaghan, Mary L.



1677   Monaghan, Mary L.


1760   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879




403    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



1656   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



401    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879
2732   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879
2607   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



809    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



397    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879


402    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879

398    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879
400    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879


2300   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879

399    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879
1415   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



405    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879



404    Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879 [George A. Vinton]



2483   Monroe, Lewis Baxter, 1825?-
       1879; Thompson, Mary S.*,
       Caroline B. Le Row**
1530   Montpelier Seminary


669    Moore, Frank




670    Moore, Frank




1433   Morgan, Anna




730    Morgan, Anna 1851-1936




1438   Morgan, Anna 1851-1936

1188   Morgan, Anna 1851-1936


2927   Morris, Charles




356    Morris, Charles [ed.]    Morris, Charles [ed.]
2834   Morris, Charles [ed.]            Morris, Charles [ed.]




2385   Morris, Charles, 1833-1922
       [and others wrote essays on
       elocution]




1705   Morris, R. Anna [Mary R. Erb]




2788   Morse, Elizabeth


1425   Morse, Lily [Hoffner] Wood and
       Schell, Stanley



2986   Morse, Lily Hoffner Wood


2151   Morton, Marguerite W.




1846   Morton, Marguerite W.



1878   Mowatt, Anna Cora
2046   Munn, Lewis C.




429    Munn, Lewis C.




1691   Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893




1735   Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893




340    Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893




658    Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893




545    Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893


1736   Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893



922    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826
921    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826

923    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826
926    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826
1273   Murray, Lindley 1745-1826

1559   Murray, Lindley 1745-1826




1631   Murray, Lindley 1745-1826




924    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826

925    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826;
       Bartlett, M. R.


1590   Murray, Lindley 1745-1826;       Flint, Abel
       Flint, Abel; Sheridan, Thomas,
       1719-1788
927    Murray, Lindley 1745-1826;
       Walker, John 1732-1807; Alger,
       Israel jun. 1787-1825




1774   Murray, Lindley 1745-1826;
       Walker, John 1732-1807; Alger,
       Israel jun. 1787-1825




1712   Mustain, Nellie M. [first name
       listed in W C as “Nelle”




2484   Mustain, Nellie M. [first name
       listed in W C as “Nelle”




2713   Myers, Fanny A. [ Foster,
       Stephen Collins, 1826-1864]
1805   n/a



1804   n/a



1628   n/a EPHEMERA




2136   Nancrede, Joseph 1761-1841
       [compiler]: Jerningham; Knox,
       T.; Bossuet, Massillon




836    Nancrede, Joseph 1761-1841
       [compiler]: Blair, Hugh; Tacitus;
       Jerningham; Knox, T.




2870   National School of Elocution
       and Oratory]



2352   Nayler, B. S.




3037   Nelke, Miriam
2872   New England Conservatory of
       Music; Eben Tourjee

342    Newman, Samuel




1814   Newman, Samuel P.




827    Newman, Samuel P.




930    Newman, Samuel P. [Phillips]
       1796-1842

929    Newman, Samuel P. [Phillips]
       1796-1842
928    Newman, Samuel P. [Phillips]
       1796-1842



1584   Newman, Samuel P. [Phillips]
       1796-1842




260    Nietz, John A.
1146   Noble, Edna Chaffee ; Rayne,
       Martha Louise, Mrs.




1145   Noble, Edna Chaffee ; Rayne,
       Martha Louise, Mrs.




1625   Northend, Charles 1814-1895
       [Henry Day ELEMENTS ART
       RHETORIC reviewed in ad]




1431   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2310   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2322   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1918   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




482    Northend, Charles 1814-1895
1953   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2166   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1474   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




789    Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1813   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1167   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1779   Northend, Charles 1814-1895
1681   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1668   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




831    Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1959   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1781   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




419    Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2266   Northend, Charles 1814-1895
832    Northend, Charles 1814-1895




410    Northend, Charles 1814-1895




1195   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2839   Northend, Charles 1814-1895




2081   Northend, Charles. A. M. 1814-
       1895




2014   Northend, Charles. A. M. 1814-
       1895
784    Northend, Charles. A. M. 1814-
       1895




2082   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909




1113   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909




2361   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909




1116   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909
1516   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909




2105   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       1836-1909




2877   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1040   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1226   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
1231   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
600    Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1908   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2224   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1061   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
2433   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




733    Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2090   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1430   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
1794   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2045   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1972   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1554   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1817   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
2793   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




780    Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1911   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1930   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
2501   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2681   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1887   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




1686   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2405   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
2942   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2399   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2030   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2980   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)




2894   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909)
1491   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       (1836-1909); Penn, Irvine
       Garland, 1867-1930 , Gay,
       Joseph R.




357    Northrop, Henry Davenport [ed] Northrop, Henry
       (1836-1909)                    Davenport [ed]




2186   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)


2922   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1958   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2436   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1320   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1437   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2009   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1969   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1016   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2890   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1111   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1725   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2234   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




725    Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2329   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2016   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2658   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1015   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2288   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2502   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2020   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1255   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1874   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2552   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2412   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2485   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1831   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2601   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2272   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1254   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1882   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1256   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2240   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1934   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2867   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2203   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1483   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1072   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2164   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1107   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
353    Northrop, Henry Davenport       Northrop
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2976   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2427   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2438   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
2606   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1465   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1935   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2216   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1131   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2286   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




2671   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)




1223   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909)
1014   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther




1800   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther




2040   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther
2126   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther




1973   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther




2184   Northrop, Henry Davenport
       [edited and compiled by] (1836-
       1909);Cushing, Luther




189    Nye, Edgar Wilson

1734   O’Grady, Eleanor
1081   Ogilvie, James Stuart, 1843-
       1910, ed.




2734   Ogilvie, James Stuart, 1843-
       1910, ed.




1259   Ogilvie, James Stuart, 1843-
       1910, ed.




1076   Ogilvie, James Stuart, 1843-
       1910, ed.* ?


1595   Ohio Inter-Collegiate Oratorical
       Association
1288   Olaf Lysnes


113    Oldham, Oliver




820    Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872
1837   Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872




1560   Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872




931    Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872




2068   Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872
1775   Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872




1269   Olney, J. [Jesse] 1798-1872




2493   Orum, Julia A. 1844-




743    Orum, Julia A. 1844-



3      Ossian                        MacPherson, James

1897   Ott, Ed Amherst




2181   Ott, Ed Amherst


1513   Owen, Ermine
1153   Oxford, William




1468   Oxford, William




1435   Page, David P. [with a
       biography of the author by
       William F. Phelps]


73     Page, David P. [with a
       biography of the author by
       William F. Phelps]




1490   Palmer, George Herbert




395    Parker, Richard Greene, 1798-
       1869
394    Parker, Richard Greene, 1798-
       1869




2241   Parker, Richard Greene, 1798-
       1869




1881   Parker, Richard Greene, 1798-
       1869 and Zachos, J. C. (John
       Celivergos), 1820-1898




1362   Parker, Richard Greene, 1798-
       1869 and Zachos, J. C. (John
       Celivergos), 1820-1898




746    Parker, Edward G. [editor]


2908   Parker, Frank Stuart
258    Parker, Frank Stuart [Vinton,
       George A.]



2262   Parker, Frank Stuart [Vinton,
       George A.]



2348   Parker, Mary Moncure Paynter,
       1862-1941

392    Parker, Richard G. and
       Watson, J. Madison 1827-1900




1714   Pattengill, Henry R.




1728   Paul, J. H. (Joshua Hughes),
       1863-1939 [Latter Day Saints]


2675   Pavey, Annie


2558   Pavey, Annie [Windes, Susan
       A. illustrations by]
1978   Pavey, Annie [Windes, Susan
       A. illustrations by]




2446   Pavey, Annie [Windes, Susan
       A. illustrations by]




1797   Pavey, Miss Annie and Windes,
       Susan A. [illustrator]




2525   Pavey, Miss Annie and Windes,
       Susan A. [illustrator]




1291   Payne, C. H.




98     pearson                         Paul Pearson
97     Pearson, Paul




1646   Pearson, Paul M.                  Paul Pearson




1647   Pearson, Paul M.                  Paul Pearson




1407   Pearson, Paul M. [editor]

1990   Pearson, Paul M.; 1871-1938. ;
       (Paul Martin),; Beecher, Isabel
       Garghill, ; Mrs.,; 1872- ; ed.;
       Early, Miriam Lee,; 1879-



2846   Pearson, Paul M.; 1871-1938. ;
       (Paul Martin),; Beecher, Isabel
       Garghill, ; Mrs.,; 1872- ; ed.;
       Early, Miriam Lee,; 1879-

2611   Pender, Mrs. Frederick W. and
       Biedermann, E. J.




1701   Pender, Mrs. Frederick W.;
       Shiffer, Marie; Joel, Jacques
1966   Peninsular Lecture Course;
       Dainty, Laura E.




1729   Penn [publisher]


452    Penn [publisher]



622    Penney, L. Miss




1378   Penney, Miss L.




1337   Penney, Miss L.




933    Percy, Reuben and Percy,
       Sholto [ie Thomas Byerley and
       Joseph Clinton Robertson]
1488   Petersilea [Silea, Peter ??]




2932   Phelps, Henry P. b. 1844;
       [Samson, William Holland,
       1860-1919; Hilliard, John
       Northern, 1872-1935; Mortimer,
       Ruth]
2566   Phelps, Pauline


3032   Phelps, Pauline


3033   Phelps, Pauline


3034   Phelps, Pauline



1927   Phelps, Pauline [Jeannette
       Goodman]


3049   Phelps, Pauline; Short, Marion



278    Philbrick, John D.
1039   Philbrick, John D.




819    Philbrick, John D.




2222   Philbrick, John D.




114    Philbrick, John D.




277    Philbrick, John D.




10     Philips

1487   Phillips, Arthur Edward




409    Phillips, Arthur Edward
538    Phillips, Arthur Edward
       [George A. Vinton]
536    Phillips, Arthur Edward [George
       Vinton]




537    Phillips, Arthur Edward, 1867-
       1932 [George A. Vinton]
8      Phillips, Charles
9      Phillips, Charles
7      Phillips, Charles,; 1787?-        anon
       1859. Curran, John Philpot,;
       1750-1817. Grattan, Henry,;
       1746-1820. Emmet, Robert,;
       1778-1803. [Anon A member
       of the bar,]
173    Phillips, Wendell

1292   Phippen, A. R.




1334   Pickering, Hy




1447   Pickering, Hy.



36     Picket, A.



934    Picket, A. [Albert]

935    Picket, A. [Albert]
936    Picket, A. [Albert]
2995   Pierce, Burkella



2130   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




2073   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




2111   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)
940    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1272   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




937    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1787   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




939    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1555   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)
1792   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




2005   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




938    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




773    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




2047   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




941    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)
1834   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1993   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




2264   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1129   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1242   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)
748    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1638   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1986   Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




122    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




799    Pierpont, John (1785-1866)




1471   Pierson, Arthur T. (editor)



3036   Piner, Howell Lake, 1858-
591    Pinkley, Virgil




447    Pitman, Benn
279    Pitman, Benn
94     Pittenger, William, 1840-1904

2099   Pittenger, William, 1840-1904


171    Pittenger, William, 1840-1904

476    Pittenger, William, 1840-1904


814    Pittenger, William, 1840-1904,
       and Bingham, John A. [Armor],
       1815-1900




2247   Pitts, A.



2597   Plumptre, Charles John, 1818-
       1887




2084   Plumptre, Charles John, 1818-
       1887
1019   Pogle, Frances Putnam ; Meek,
       Thomas S. [Sheppard]




2556   Pogle, Frances Putnam ; Meek,
       Thomas S. [Sheppard]




2555   Pogle, Frances Putnam ; Meek,
       Thomas S. [Sheppard]




1684   Pogle, Frances Putnam and
       Vickers, George M.; 1841-
       (George Morley)



1023   Pogle, Frances Putnam; [Hoyle,
       Frances P. “Part I / Physical
       Development” ]
1672   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841-
       (George Morley)




2549   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841-
       (George Morley)




1790   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1239   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)
1844   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1827   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1821   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)
2546   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1565   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1885   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




1916   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)
2798   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)




2445   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841




1021   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




2694   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-
1020   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




2367   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-



1024   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




1025   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-
2215   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




1141   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




2275   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




2547   Pogle, Frances Putnam;
       Vickers, George Morley, 1841-
1252   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1608   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834



23     Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834


50     Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834



944    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834

2487   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




2472   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1744   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834
736    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1525   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1583   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1271   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




490    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




371    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834
1812   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




830    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




143    Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1426   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834




1156   Porter, Ebenezer 1772-1834;
       Mathews, Lyman
1041   Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834,
       comp.; Fénelon, François de
       Salignac de La Mothe-,; 1651-
       1715. ; Claude, Jean,; 1619-
       1687. ; Gregory, G.; 1754-1808.
       ; (George),; Reybaz, Étienne
       Salomon,; 1737-1804. ; Baxter,
       Richard,; 1615-1691.



379    Potter H. L. D. [Helen Ladite]

3040   Potter H. L. D. [Helen Ladite]


742    Potter H. L. D. [Helen Ladite]*



1326   Potter, Cora Urquhart, 1859-
       1936
1810   Potter, Cora Urquhart, 1859-
       1936[

2069   Potter, Cora Urquhart, 1859-
       1936[



201    Potter, Thomas J.


197    Power, John O’Connor

1798   Powers, Leland


225    Powers, Leland [?]



1251   Powers, Leland and Powers,
       Carol Hoyt
801    Powers, Leland and Powers,
       Carol Hoyt


1289   Powers, Leland T.

1839   Powers, Leland; [Munroe Lewis
       B.*]

1460   Powers, Leland; [Munroe Lewis
       B.*]

2709   Pratt, Mara [ ? Maria;
       Marie???] b. 1874 or 75; Miller,
       Lida Brooks; ills by Edith Foster




2210   Pratt, Mara [ ? Maria;
       Marie???] Louise; Miller, Lida
       Brooks; ills by Edith Foster




1071   Pratt, Mara [ ? Maria; Marie???]
       Louise; Townsend, Grace;
       illustrations by Edith F. Foster




1026   Pratt, Mara [ ? Maria; Marie???]
       Louise; Townsend, Grace;
       illustrations by Edith F. Foster
1414   Pratt, Mara [ ? Maria; Marie???]
       Louise; Townsend, Grace;
       illustrations by Edith F. Foster




1196   Preece, Louise and Kiehle,
       Louis Gilman




949    Priest, S. M. (Miss)

824    Priestley, Joseph and Rutt,
       John Towill [ed]




1598   Princeton Trading Card


2869   Purdy, Frederick [words &
       music by] [California School of
       Elocution and Oratory]

420    Putnam, Samuel 1768-1853


950    Putnam, Samuel 1768-1853


1542   Putnam, Samuel 1768-1853

531    Putnam, Worthy



167    Quackenbos, G. P.
2067   Quad, M. 1842-1924 [pseud for
       Charles B. Lewis] ; Gardner,
       Brother




151    Rae, W. F.

1351   Randall, Anna T.



426    Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl]


1042   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]



740    Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]


775    Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]


1939   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]


1841   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]




1651   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]
2242   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]




3043   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl]


1517   Randall, Anna T. [Mrs. Anna
       Randall Diehl] [Randall-Diehl];
       [Mark Twain]


1791   Randall, Mrs. A. T.


1829   Randall, Ransom H.




1217   Randall, Ransom H.


1857   Randall, Ransom H.




1138   Raub, Albert N.



1147   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929
1148   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




749    Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




1054   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




1150   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




1941   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929
529    Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




428    Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




1151   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929


1149   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929




2797   Raymond, George Lansing,
       1839-1929; Wheeler, George
       Post



67     Raymond, Robert Raikes 1817-
       1888
1092   Raymond, Robert Raikes 1817-
       1888; Raymond, Rossiter W.
       [ed]; Conant, Blandina
       [Appendix I by]




2450   Rayne, Martha Louise, Mrs.




60     re: Porter, Ebenezer


1199   Reade, Charles [Whitney ,
       Mary Alice}




1610   Reardon, Nellybelle and
       Blanche




2201   Reeves, Paul [and Sheridan,
       Thomas, 1719-1788




2439   Reeves, Paul [and Sheridan,
       Thomas, 1719-1788]




453    Regan Publishing Corporation



454    Regan Publishing Corporation
2503   Remlap, L. T. b. 1844 [ L.T.
       Remlap is a anagram of
       Loomis T. Palmer says W. C.]

1028   Remlap, L. T. b. 1844 [ L.T.
       Remlap is a anagram of
       Loomis T. Palmer says W. C.]




2246   Remlap, L. T. b. 1844 [ L.T.
       Remlap is a anagram of
       Loomis T. Palmer says W. C.]




3014   Rice, Sara Sigourney, 1831-
       1909


3024   Rice, Sara Sigourney, 1831-
       1909

3018   Rice, Sara Sigourney, 1831-
       1909


516    Rice, Sara Sigourney, 1831-
       1909*




3026   Richardson, Francis P.



951    Richardson, Joseph
1756   Richardson, Joseph




503    Richardson, Nathaniel K.




457    Richardson, Nathaniel K.

1112   Richardson, Sherman D.




1498   Riddle, George




953    Riddle, George




952    Riddle, George
818    Ringwalt, Ralph Curtis



1058   Ripley, Henry Jones, 1798-
       1875. ; Ware, Henry,; 1794-
       1843




204    Ripley, Henry Jones, 1798-
       1875. ; Ware, Henry,; 1794-
       1843
2572   Rippingham, John




2924   Rivard, Adjutor, 1868-1945


954    Robbins, Eliza
955    Roberson, Lewis 1793-1871.

172    Roberts, William C.

1266   Rodeheaver, Homer A.




1522   Roe, E. T. [Comments by R.
       G. Hibbard (Wesleyan),
       Harcourt Bland (Glasgow), J
       Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862, Thomas Brown,
       LL.D.] AND Clay, Bertha M.


1085   Roe, E. T. [Comments by R.
       G. Hibbard (Wesleyan),
       Harcourt Bland (Glasgow),
       Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862, Thomas Brown,
       LL.D.]
1373   Roe, E. T. [Comments by R.
       G. Hibbard (Wesleyan),
       Harcourt Bland (Glasgow),
       Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862, Thomas Brown,
       LL.D.]
1640   Roe, E. T. [Comments by R.
       G. Hibbard (Wesleyan),
       Harcourt Bland (Glasgow),
       Knowles, James Sheridan,
       1784-1862, Thomas Brown,
       LL.D.]
1826   Rollin, Charles , 1661-1741


1637   Rolvaag, O. E.




2308   Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844
       [Lizzie J.] and Goodfellow, Mrs.
       E. J. H.

500    Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844
       [Lizzie J.] and Goodfellow, Mrs.
       E. J. H.
2163   Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]

2279   Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]

1500   Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]

795    Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]



2499   Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]
1929   Rook, Emma Cecilia, comp.;
       Rook, Elizabeth Jane,; 1844-
       [Lizzie]


2765   Root, Oren, Jr., 1838-1907 and
       Smith, Brainard Gardner, 1846-
       1930; [Woodrow Wilson]
2737   Rosche, George F., Publisher]




2702   Ross, Barton D.




2645   Ross, D. Barton [Knowles,
       James Sheridan, 1784-1862
       and Cross, Rev. Joseph , 1813-
       1893]




1851   Ross, D. Barton [Knowles,
       James Sheridan, 1784-1862
       and Cross, Rev. Joseph, 1813-
       1893]




116    Ross, William T.


710    Ross, William T.


1682   Ross, William T.


128    Ross, William T.
465    Rowe, James

2906   Rowton, Frederic*, 1818 - 1854




2425   Rowton, Frederic*, 1818 -
       1854; Taylor, W.




519    Rowton, Frederick, 1818 - 1854
       and Payne, F. M.




1528   Royse, N. K. (Noble Kibby)



1703   Rush, James 1786-1869




956    Rush, James 1786-1869




957    Rush, James 1786-1869
958    Rush, James 1786-1869




959    Rush, James 1786-1869




960    Rush, James 1786-1869




2095   Rush, James 1786-1869




2409   Rusk, John Watson [Lola
       Wood Rusk*]




1391   Russell, Anna U. and Russell,
       William 1798-1873
2103   Russell, Anna U. and Russell,
       William 1798-1873




288    Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910




717    Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910




289    Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910



1278   Russell, Henrietta




2564   Russell, Livingston [Teller, Alice
       R., poses by]




2762   Russell, Livingston; [Minnie
       Miller poses]
2851   Russell, Thomas H., Merritt
       Starr, Leonard Wood




2699   Russell, William 1798-1873




1501   Russell, William 1798-1873




2900   Russell, William 1798-1873




285    Russell, William 1798-1873




2229   Russell, William 1798-1873
291    Russell, William 1798-1873




290    Russell, William 1798-1873

292    Russell, William 1798-1873

1169   Russell, William 1798-1873

287    Russell, William 1798-1873;
       Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893.; Webb, George James,
       1803-1887




1722   Russell, William 1798-1873;
       Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893.; Webb, George James,
       1803-1887




1418   Russell, William 1798-1873;
       Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910
1136   Russell, William 1798-1873;
       Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910; Murdoch, James Edward,
       1811-1893




2194   Russell, William 1798-1873;
       Russell, Francis Thayer, 1828-
       1910; Murdoch, James Edward,
       1811-1893




70     Russell, William 1798-1873;      Russell, Francis T.
       Russell, Francis; Murdoch,
       James Edward, 1811-1893




2947   Russell, William 1798-1873;      Russell, Francis T.
       Russell, Francis; Murdoch,
       James Edward, 1811-1893




281    Russell, William1798-1873
284    Russell, William1798-1873




286    Russell, William1798-1873




283    Russell, William1798-1873




293    Russell, William1798-1873


1208   Russell, William1798-1873




1190   Russell, William1798-1873 and
       Anna U.




282    Russell, William1798-1873 and
       Anna U.




294    Russell, William1798-1873;
       Goldsbury, John
737    Russell, William1798-1873;
       Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893.; Webb, G. J.




2120   Russell, William1798-1873;
       Murdoch, James Edward, 1811-
       1893.; Webb, G. J.




1616   Rutherford, Mildred Lewis




2720   Ryan, J. B.




2936   Sadlier, J., Mrs., 1820-1903



2937   Sadlier, William H. [Watson’s
       reader*] World Cat cites as
       author of 5th Reader: Gillespie,
       Angela, Mother 1824-1887


723    Sadlier, William H. [Watson’s
       reader*] World Cat cites as
       author of 5th Reader: Gillespie,
       Angela, Mother 1824-1887
102    Salisbury, Albert




1406   Salisbury, Albert




2868   Salisbury, William [author];
       Perri, Henry [editor]
1441   #########################




2847   #########################




791    Sanders, Charles W.




1524   Sanders, Charles W. (Charles
       Walton), 1805-1889.




1877   Sanders, Charles W. (Charles
       Walton), 1805-1889.
421    Sanders, Charles W. (Charles
       Walton), 1805-1889.




1102   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




2642   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




435    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




1043   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




436    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




1416   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880
2381   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




2114   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




434    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




1905   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




1322   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




1545   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880
346    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




2132   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880




438    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880


2878   Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880 and
       May, Amasa


437    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880 AND
       May, Amasa

810    Sargent, Epes, 1813-1880 and
       May, Amasa


2220   Schell, Stanley


1811   Schell, Stanley




2992   Schell, Stanley




2990   Schell, Stanley
2993   Schell, Stanley




1531   Schell, Stanley



3030   Schell, Stanley




3045   Schell, Stanley



3053   Schell, Stanley



3054   Schell, Stanley




3058   Schell, Stanley



3059   Schell, Stanley



3060   Schell, Stanley



3062   Schell, Stanley



3063   Schell, Stanley
3064   Schell, Stanley



3065   Schell, Stanley




3066   Schell, Stanley




3067   Schell, Stanley



3068   Schell, Stanley



3069   Schell, Stanley



3070   Schell, Stanley



3071   Schell, Stanley




3041   Schell, Stanley



3044   Schell, Stanley


2577   Schell, Stanley (editor);
       Waldauer, Hortense (poses
       by); Kahn Cora (teacher of
       Waldauer)

2267   Schell, Stanley [ed.]
1579   Schell, Stanley [note
       advertisements for
       GENEVIEVE STEBBINS & F.
       A. F. ADAMS]
1504   Schell, Stanley and Vining,
       Irving




3061   Schell, Stanley; Biedermann, E.
       J. ; Butman, Arthur



2863   Schiling, William Paul




160    Schleiniger, Nikolaus S.J.        Revised and
                                         enlarged by Karl
                                         Racke; Joseph
                                         Skellon, translator
2738   Schlosser, Nelle Louise
       [compiler]



2035   Schmauk, Theodore Emanuel
       1860-1920


643    Scott, John F. [ed]




963    Scott, William   1750-1804
2886   Scott, William 1750-1804




961    Scott, William 1750-1804

1951   Scott, William 1750-1804

335    Scott, William 1750-1804




2736   Scott, William 1750-1804




1384   Scott, William 1750-1804




1372   Scott, William 1750-1804
964    Scott, William 1750-1804




962    Scott, William 1750-1804


659    Scott, William 1750-1804



123    Scott, William 1750-1804



124    Scott, William 1750-1804



121    Scott, William 1750-1804
965    Scott, William 1750-1804

966    Scott, William 1750-1804 ;
       Walker, John 1732-1807




1589   Scott, William 1750-1804;
       Walker, John 1732-1807
1232   Scott, William 1750-1804;
       Walker, John 1732-1807




361    Scull, William Ellis [?]    Scull, William Ellis
                                   [?]




471    See, T. J.




1564   See, T. J.; Anderson; and
       Burdett, James S.
1915   See, T. J.; Anderson; and
       Burdett, James S.




2292   See, T. J.; Anderson; and
       Burdett, James S., Hawthorne




2375   Selman, James Ella




2859   Seymour Olmstead



2243   Shafer, Daniel R. ; Dacus
       [Davis ???], J. A.




1692   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]
135    Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]

518    Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926];
       [Shaftsbury (sic)*]




2901   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2902   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2674   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




1995   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]
2002   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




134    Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]

1130   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




1140   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2380   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2044   Shaftesbury, Edmund
       [pseudo.] [Webster Edgerly,
       1852-1926]




2211   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926, --
       see copyright and notes]
1120   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926, --
       see copyright and notes]




1635   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




1907   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2225   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2189   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




1627   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




1333   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]
1332   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]

1466   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]


1533   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]




2190   Shaftesbury, Edmund [pseud.]
       [Webster Edgerly, 1852-1926]

1324   Shakespeare [edited by Leland
       Powers]


3077   Shakespeare [William J. Rolfe]
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]



3076   Shakespeare [William J. Rolfe]
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]



3078   Shakespeare [William J. Rolfe]
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]



3075   Shakespeare [William J. Rolfej]
       [Elizabeth Aldrich Smalley]



383    Shaw, Warren Choate



381    Shaw, Warren Choate
380    Shaw, Warren Choate, A. M.



352    Shedd, William Greenough      trans. by William
       Thayer, 1820-1894. . and      Shedd
       Theremin, Dr. Francis



2584   Sheldon & Company [Mark
       Bailey; David Hill]


1799   Shepp, Daniel B. [editor]




210    Sheppard, Nathan


22     Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788

28     Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788

396    Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788

968    Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788

2887   Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788




967    Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788
2776   Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788




49     Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788

969    Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788




2889   Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788




2909   Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788




3000   Sheridan, Thomas,; 1719-
       1788. ; Henderson, John,; 1747-
       1785. ; Enfield, William,; 1741-
       1797.




3011   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




2969   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880 [Virgil A. Pinkley; Lillian
       Adelaide Keenan; Ida Werner]
1777   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880; Shoemaker, Rachel
       (Hinkle), Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-
       1915; Neff, Silas (Shoemaker).
       1853-



1765   Shoemaker, Charles C.



1592   Shoemaker, Charles C.


2473   Shoemaker, Charles C.



501    Shoemaker, Charles C.




1645   Shoemaker, Charles C.




2276   Shoemaker, Charles C.
       [Murdoch, James]



574    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880
1674   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




557    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880
170    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




558    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




556    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




1690   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




555    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880




1721   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


442    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


1979   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


444    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.
445    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


443    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


1720   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.


441    Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.




3009   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880, ed.[Ella Wheeler Wilcox]




1641   Shoemaker, Jacob W., 1842-
       1880; [contributor]; Clark,
       William [editor] and
       Daughaday, J. W. [editor and
       publisher]
498    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W. 1838-1915




2509   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W. 1838-1915
553    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W. 1838-1915 with
       George B. Hynson and John H.
       Bechtel




1221   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W. 1838-1915 with
       George B. Hynson and John H.
       Bechtel




554    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W. 1838-1915 with
       George B. Hynson and John H.
       Bechtel




1693   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W., 1838-1915




1803   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W., 1838-1915




2110   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W., 1838-1915
       [Vickers, George Morley, 1841-
       *]

2536   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W., and National
       School of Elocution and Oratory
1281   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,; 1838-1915




169    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,; 1838-1915 with
       George B. Hynson and John H.
       Bechtel




1380   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915


496    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915




1664   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915




2825   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915

1650   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915

1370   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915
       (Silas S. Neff, Charles
       Shoemaker,

1489   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.,1838-1915; with
       George B. Hynson and John H.
       Bechtel
502    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.1838-1915

499    Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.1838-1915



2196   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.1838-1915




2583   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.1838-1915




2321   Shoemaker, Rachel (Hinkle),
       Mrs. Jacob W.1838-1915

1867   Shorey, John L. [McManaman,
       Kathryn; illustrator]

44     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-   Shurter, Edwin
       1946                           DuBois
41     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
46     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
1783   Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946



42     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
43     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
45     Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
1238   Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-
       1946
2131   Shurter, Edwin Dubois, 1863-   Shurter, Edwin
       1946                           DuBois
1480   Siddons, Henry




1535   Siddons, Henry




970    Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.
2221   Simons, Evelyn

1182   Sindelar, Joseph C. (Joseph
       Charles), 1885-




1356   Sindelar, Joseph C. (Joseph
       Charles), 1885-


2979   Sindelar, Joseph Charles, 1885-
       [ Marie Irish, Clara J. Denton,
       Laura R. Smith]


2028   Skinner, Thomas H. 1791-1871




2027   Skinner, Thomas H. 1791-1871




2006   Skinner, Thomas H. 1791-
       1871. (Thomas Harvey),
971    Slack, Joshua P.

972    Slack, Joshua P. [Daniel
       Fenton*]




2898   Slack, Joshua P. [Daniel
       Fenton*]




798    Slade, Mary B. C.




2885   Slotterbec, Clara A. [St. Paul
       College of Oratory and Music]
       AND “L. L. W.”




2420   Smart, B. H. 1786?-1872.




2328   Smart, B. H. 1786?-1872.
       (Benjamin Humphrey)
2411   Smart, B. H. 1786?-1872.
       (Benjamin Humphrey)


2327   Smart, B. H. 1786?-1872.
       (Benjamin Humphrey)




2692   Smart, B. H. 1786?-1872.
       (Benjamin Humphrey)




2829   Smiley, Annie E.



1442   Smiley, Thomas T. (Tucker) d.
       1879




259    Smith, Brainard Gardner, 1846-
       1930

2012   Smith, Charles Wilson




1315   Smith, Edward Fabian, ed.;
       Beecher, Alvah C. * [Twain]
2349   Smith, Edward Fabian, ed.;
       Beecher, Alvah C. * [Twain]




1633   Smith, Eliza Roxey Snow, 1904-
       1887 [Latter Day Saints]



1248   Smith, Ida Reed and Towne, T.
       Martin


2805   Smith, Ida Reed and Towne, T.
       Martin


2808   Smith, Ida Reed; Hardy,
       Elizabeth Clarke; DeArmond,
       Lizzier; Hamilton, J. P.;
       Channing, Arthur; Towne, T.
       Martin
2807   Smith, Lanta Wilson and
       Towne, T. Martin



2554   Smith, Lettie Austin

2962   Smith, Marcus A.



1240   Smith, William Thomas,; 1844-
       1913


2961   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




1371   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




507    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
509    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911

2516   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




513    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




2118   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




1029   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911

2440   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911




510    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       ; Head, William H.


1263   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       [and Soper, Dora for #13]
1204   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert




2652   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert


806    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert




1893   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert
1601   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert




1540   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert




2430   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert
2077   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert




2323   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert // Tiffany, O. H. [editor
       of Perfect Pearls]




2930   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       + Denig Eleanor H. + Georgia
       Miriam Baugh + Joseph T.
       Robert + Miller Lida Brooks




512    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       and Soper, Dora S
511    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-1911
       and Soper, Dora S
2615   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-
       1911; Dale, Daphne; Colt,
       Florence Underwood Colt, Cary
       Ferdinand
506    Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-
       1911; Twain, Mark, 1835 - 1910

1030   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-
       1911[editor]; Denig, Eleanor H.
       [directed posing of pictures]




1548   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-
       1911+ Denig Eleanor H. +
       Georgia Miriam Baugh +
       Joseph T. Robert




1801   Soper, Henry Marlin 1850-
       1911+ Denig Eleanor H. +
       Georgia Miriam Baugh +
       Joseph T. Robert // Tiffany, O.
       H. [editor of Perfect Pearls]




2624   Soule, George [New Orleans
       College of Oratory]


1389   Soule, Richard and Campbell,
       Loomis J.



176    Southwick, Albert P.
2364   Southwick, F. Townsend




227    Southwick, F. Townsend




1695   Southwick, F. Townsend



973    Southwick, F. Townsend


703    Southwick, F. Townsend and
       Merritt, Fowler [eds] [Essays
       by John Rummell; Southwick,
       George Riddle, Sarah Cowell
       Le Moyne, Louise Lyndon
       Sibley
2281   Southwick, F. Townsend,
       [Werner, Edgar S. -- Signed by]




228    Southwick, Frank Townsend



974    Southwick, Frank Townsend

473    Southwick, Jessie Eldridge,
       Mrs., 1865-


1069   Southwick, Jessie Eldridge,
       Mrs., 1865-


2453   Southwick, Jessie Eldridge,
       Mrs., 1865- [handwritten notes
       by W. F. Browne, Morse
       School, (Morse School of
       Expression, St. Louis. ??)]
1499   Spencer, Albert J.




1508   Sprague, Homer Baxter 1829-
       1918.




2227   Stafford, Josephine




1509   Stafford, William Young



2770   Staley, Delbert Moyer




2320   Staniford, Daniel 1766-1820
1586   Staniford, Daniel 1766-1820




975    Staniford, Daniel 1766-1820




1551   Staniford, Daniel 1766-1820




2217   Stanistreet, Grace Marie


2626   Stearns, Edward J. 1810-1890
623    Stearns, J. N.




1669   Stearns, J. N.




594    Stebbins, Genevieve




1134   Stebbins, Genevieve




592    Stebbins, Genevieve


593    Stebbins, Genevieve




1388   Stebbins, Genevieve




2991   Stebbins, Genevieve




2378   Stebbins, Genevieve
1463   Stebbins, Genevieve
       [addendum by Elsie Wilbor]




665    Stebbins, Genevieve [Flower,
       William Henry*]




2767   Stebbins, Genevieve
       [Genevieve S. Thompson ?]
       ["Mrs. Norman Astley." ???]

2277   Stebbins, Genevieve
       [Genevieve S. Thompson ?]
       ["Mrs. Norman Astley." ???]

1588   Stebbins, Genevieve
       [Genevieve S. Thompson ?]
       ["Mrs. Norman Astley." ???]

2129   Steele, Sir Richard; 1672-1729;
       Brightland, John d. 1717;
       Gildon, Charles, 1665j-1724




1031   Steeley, Guy




1802   Steeley, Guy
439    Sterling, Richard




1503   Stevenson, Burton E. and
       Elizabeth B.


411    Stevenson, Robert Louis

976    Stirling, John; Holmes, John;
       Brady, Thomas S. [editor]



1673   Stockham, Alice B. 1833 -
       1912. (Alice Bunker), and
       Talbot, Lida Hood [Delsarte]




2074   Stocking, Sarah L. 1827-




1662   Stocking, Sarah L. 1827-




229    Stockton, Richard
1614   Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-
       1903; Stoddard, Elizabeth,
       1823-1902, joint ed.




1419   Stone, George M.


977    Stone, T. D. P. (Timothy Dwight
       Porther ?)
1609   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.




2774   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.
1403   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.




2270   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.
2369   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.




2062   Stratton, Josephine W. and
       Stratton, Jeannette M.




1566   Straw, Darien A.




130    Streeter, H. R.

1353   Strickland, C. V.
368    Strother, W. M. [Mrs.]




708    Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)



2466   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2953   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2497   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2467   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2954   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2955   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)
2956   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2998   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2505   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2781   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2092   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2093   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2951   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)
2952   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




649    Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)




2629   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline).




2504   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline)/ [Alger,
       Horatio]




3006   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline); [*A. Conan
       Doyle]




2926   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline); [Wilcox,
       Ella Wheeler 1850-1919]
3005   Sullivan, Frances P. b. 1868.
       (Frances Pauline); [Ellen
       Terry*] [Ella Wheeler Wilcox**]




815    Sumner, Charles [Warman &
       Morgan--see ads]


117    Sutro, Emil


107    Sutro, Emil
433    Swan, William D.




101    Sweet, Henry
979    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-

980    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-


146    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-




978    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-
2643   Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-




88     Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-




720    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-




2614   Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-




802    Sweet, Samuel Niles 1805-
571    Swett, John




240    Swett, John 1830- 1913




2757   Sypher, J. R. b. 1832. (Josiah
       Rhinehart)




1987   Sypher, J. R. b. 1832. (Josiah
       Rhinehart)




2849   Taylor, Herbert




1462   Taylor, Herbert




133    Taylor, Herbert




1789   Taylor, John Orville, 1807-1890
374    Taylor, Rev. William             W. P. Strickland




375    Taylor, William




1079   Teachers’ Rhetorical Institute
       Mandeville*


2419   Tenney, Albert Francis




266    Thayer, V T.

1574   The School Herald, 1891



3046   Thomas, Julia.; Thomas, Annie
       Gregory




1496   Thomas, Julia; Thomas Annie
       Gregory



1157   Thomas, Julia; Thomas Annie
       Gregory
2673   Thomas, Julia; Thomas Annie
       Gregory


1396   Thomas, Kate M.




1279   Thomas, Ralph W.



111    Thompson, Mary Sophia, 1859-
       [Edith Matilda Thomas, 1854-
       1925 and Samuel R. Elliott]


2101   Thompson, Phoebe (and
       others)


2357   Thornton, J. R.




664    Timon, (Viscount de Cormenin)




2528   Town, Salem




2402   Townsend, Grace



2897   Townsend, Grace [ Miller, Lida
       Brooks]
1275   Townsend, Grace Mrs.




1600   Townsend, Grace Mrs.




1032   Townsend, Grace Mrs.


2939   Townsend, L. T. 1838-1922.
       (Luther Tracy)


2940   Townsend, L. T. 1838-1922.
       (Luther Tracy)


2871   Trueblood, Thomas Clarkson,;
       1856-1951. ; Caskey, William
       G. ; Gordon, Henry Evarts,; b.
       1855.




2442   Tustin, V. T. (Valentine Tilden )




1872   Tuthill, Louisa C. 1798-1879



2021   Tuthill, Louisa C. 1798-1879
1988   Tuttle, Emma Rood, 1839-
       1916; [Tuttle, Hudson; Wilcox,
       others]




1898   Tuttle, Emma Rood, 1839-
       1916; Tuttle, Hudson




1006   Uncle Herbert’s Speaker
       Arthur, T. S. 1809-1885.
       (Timothy Shay)
2512   Usher, James Madison 1814-
       1891; Thomas, Abel Charles
       1807- 1880; Quinby, George
       Washington 1810 - 1884.
       [Phillips, Wendell]




1823   Ussher, George Neville




2508   Valentine, Dr. W. (William),
       1802-1865
752    Valentine, Dr. W. (William),
       1802-1865




2905   Van Orden, Harriet M.



485    Vance, James J.




109    Vance, Jas. J.

2929   Vandenhoff, G [1820-1885]




981    Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]




2088   Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]
241    Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]



567    Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]



2644   Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]




2828   Vandenhoff, George [1820-
       1885]




1119   Vandenhoff, George 1820-1885




1643   Vandenhoff, George 1820-
       1885; Clay, Henry




2792   Vasey, George
1192   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.




1172   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.




3072   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.




2840   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.




2913   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.



1587   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley) ; Peirce,
       Frances E.




1954   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley); Peirce, Lizzie
       F. [brief preface from]
2265   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley); Peirce, Lizzie
       F. [brief preface from]




2268   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley); Peirce, Lizzie
       F. [brief preface from]




2449   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)and Peirce,
       Frances E.



2876   Vickers, George M.; 1841- ;
       (George Morley)and Peirce,
       Frances E.



2355   Vickers, George Morley, 1841-


787    Vickers, George Morley, 1841-




1698   Vickers, George Morley, 1841- ;
       (George Morley)and Peirce,
       Frances E.



1033   Vickers, George Morley, 1841- ;
       Peirce, Frances E.
2748   Vickers, George Morley, 1841- ;
       Peirce, Frances E.




2533   Vickers, George Morley, 1841- ;
       Peirce, Frances E.




724    Vickers, George Morley, 1841-
       and Peirce, Frances E.




1034   Vickers, George Morley, 1841-;
       Peirce, Frances E.




1732   Vickrey, Charles




3002   Vickroy, T. R. b. 1833.
       (Thomas Rhys); Brownlee,
       James Henry


627    Von Meyer, Georg Hermann




2794   Voris, Emma Frances
2833   Voris, Emma Frances




781    Voris, Emma Frances




5      Waddy, Virginia

163    Waddy, Virginia

1759   Wagner, Clinton


1710   Walker, J. [John] 1732-1807




527    Walker, J. [John] 1732-1807;
       Dawson, Lawrence H. [ed.]




1876   Walker, J. [John] 1732-1807;
       Dawson, Lawrence H. [ed.]
369    Walker, John 1732-1807




2819   Walker, John 1732-1807




1838   Walker, John 1732-1807




985    Walker, John 1732-1807
986    Walker, John 1732-1807




2024   Walker, John 1732-1807




2038   Walker, John 1732-1807
984    Walker, John 1732-1807




2374   Walker, John 1732-1807




92     Walker, John 1732-1807

983    Walker, John 1732-1807

1452   Walker, John 1732-1807




2759   Walker, John 1732-1807
1345   Walker, John 1732-1807




982    Walker, John 1732-1807




987    Walker, John 1732-1807
2376   Walker, John 1732-1807;
       Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719. ;
       Pope, Alexander,; 1688-1744. ;
       Milton, John,;1608-1674.



125    Ware, Henry,; 1794-1843

821    Ware, Henry,; 1794-1843 [Also:
       Edward L. Parker; Alexander
       Proudfit; Jared B. Waterbury;
       John G. Palfrey; H. Hildreth; J.
       Crosby; Charles Lowell; Nathan
       Lord; William B. O. Peabody;
       Daniel Dana; Nathaniel Bouton
       (two sermons with extensive
       footnotes)
1035   Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-




542    Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-




1561   Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-




711    Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-




624    Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-
       [George A. Vinton]




1051   Warman, Edward Barrett 1847-
       ; Reynolds, Marian Morgan
       [Illustrator]
1063   Warner, Charles Dudley




1434   Warner, Charles Dudley




1666   Warren, M. Josephine [Marie?]




341    Warren, Mrs. D. M.




988    Washington, George




119    Washington, George

446    Washington, George

2461   Waters, Robert
2921   Watson, James Fraughtman




235    Watt, William E.
1479   Watts, Isaac




1477   Watts, Isaac [edited by Joseph
       Emerson]




1478   Watts, Isaac [edited by Joseph
       Emerson]




1357   Watts, Isaac [edited by Joseph
       Emerson]




2015   Weatherly, F. E.
2628   Weaver, J.




450    Webster, Daniel


245    Webster, Daniel

745    Webster, Daniel [Lemuel Blake,
       ed. ????], Washington, George




232    Webster, Daniel [Lindsay Swift; Lindsay Swift
       Louis Pankow]

2810   Webster, George O. and
       Fillmore J. H.




989    Webster, Noah

1390   Webster, Noah

2618   Wehman




1377   Wehman


1409   Wehman
2448   Wehman




2591   Wehman




2590   Wehman




1505   Wehman Brothers


1507   Wehman Brothers


1506   Wehman Brothers


1246   Wehman, Henry J. [?]




2494   Wehman, Henry J. [?]


2891   Wehman, Henry J. [?]


1363   Wehman, Henry J. [?]



2057   Wehman, Henry J. [?]



2491   Wehman, Henry J. [?]
990    Welles, E. G. (Elijah Gardner);
       [Mason, John Mitchell, 17xx-
       1829*]

2883   Wells, Amos Russel, 1862-
       1933


2680   Werner [ Banks, Emma
       Dunning; Hawn, Henry Gaines;
       Milne, Saidee V.; Morganroth,
       Amelia Ring; Sheridan, E. V.;
       Stansbury, Mary A. P.; West,
       Elise; Wheeler, Cora M.; and
       many others

3051   Werner, Edgar S.



2651   Werner, Edgar S., d. 1919




3035   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


3042   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


3047   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


3050   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


3052   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


3057   West, Emma Elise, b. 1870
       [ed.] [ ? Quaife, Elise West ?]


53     Whately, Richard
995    Whately, Richard

2581   Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863




4      Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863

1456   Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863




991    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863

992    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863

994    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863

993    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863


337    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863




106    Whately, Richard, 1787 - 1863




64     Whitman, C. M.
797    Whitney, William Dwight




1260   Whittier, John Grenleaf [“Mary
       W. Sandford / from the
       Rhetoric Class of 1872 /
       Warren Academy”]
997    Wicks, Sidney F.

3017   Wilbor, Elsie M.


3019   Wilbor, Elsie M.


3020   Wilbor, Elsie M.


3025   Wilbor, Elsie M.



71     Wilbor, Elsie M.                 Wilbor, Elsie M.


1098   Wilbor, Elsie M.     [with
       article by Steele MacKaye]




689    Wilbor, Elsie M.     [with
       article by Steele MacKaye]




630    Wilbor, Elsie M.     [with
       article by Steele MacKaye]



596    Wilbor, Elsie M.     [with
       article by Steele MacKaye]
1193   Wilcox, Ella Wheeler 1850-
       1919


1888   Wilcox, Ella Wheeler 1850-
       1919


1142   Wilcox, Ella Wheeler 1850-
       1919


1511   Wilcox, Ella Wheeler 1850-
       1919



466    Wilcox, Henry S.




370    Wiley, Charles Albert




1680   Willard, Ellen M.




2589   Willard, Ellen M.




1847   Williams - Lundren, Gertrude
2309   Williams, Henry Llewellyn, 1842-




1059   Willson, Marcius, 1813-1905




2735   Willson, Marcius, 1813-1905


1230   Willson, Marcius, 1813-1905




1495   Wilson, B. M. [Bertha]




1364   Wilson, Floyd B. (Floyd Baker),
       1845-




2209   Wilson, Floyd B. (Floyd Baker),
       1845-
2802   Wilson, Floyd B. (Floyd Baker),
       1845-




1663   Wilson, Floyd B. (Floyd Baker),
       1845-




2700   Wirt Arland [A. S. Hooker)




255    Wirt, William


91     Witherspoon, John
2997   Wooster, Lorraine Elizabeth
       1870 - 1953




1880   Wooster, Lorraine Elizabeth
       1870 - 1953




1080   Wright, Albert D.




1060   Wright, Albert D.
1626   Wylie, Andrew, 1789-1851;
       Holman, Richard Henry [of
       Aurora, Ind.]




1091   Xanthes; B. Dangennes; Mme.
       Leon J. Berthelot del la
       Boileverie [Blanchard says
       World Cat]

406    Yeager, Willard Hayes




1301   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




1375   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




1176   Yerkes, Laura Augusta
2109   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




1360   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




1740   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2049   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2078   Yerkes, Laura Augusta
2388   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2524   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2285   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2693   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2610   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2548   Yerkes, Laura Augusta
1521   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




1793   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




2102   Yerkes, Laura Augusta




782    Yerkes, Laura Augusta [1848 -
       *
1225   Yerkes, Laura Augusta [Edward
       Ellis, Charles Dickens, Hesba
       Stretton and Mrs. Clere, Henry
       T. Coates,




2967   Yerkes, Laura Augusta [Edward
       S. Ellis; Isaac Throne Johnson;
       Hesba Stretton; Henry T.
       Coates;




1977   Yerkes, Laura Augusta
       [illustrations, Frances
       Brundage]




1224   Yerkes, Laura Augusta
       [Shakespeare, Jane Eayre
       Fryer, Logan Marshall, Harvey
       Snyder]



2033   Yerkes, Laura Augusta;
2920   Yerkes, Laura Augusta;




2261   Yerkes, Laura Augusta; Meek,
       Thomas Sheppard




1942   Yonge, Charlotte

2573   Young, Henry A.


2468   Young, Arthur Henry 1866-
       1943 [James W. Riley, Eugene
       Field, Bill Nye, Ella Wheeler
       Wilcox, Hamlin Garland, Mary
       Hartwell - Catherwood, Will
       Carleton, M. Quad, Opie Read]

2959   Young, Lou Ella




1052   Zachos, J. C. (John
       Celivergos), 1820-1898
495    Zachos, J. C. (John
       Celivergos), 1820-1898




1860   Zell, T. Ellwood; [Knowles,
       James Sheridan, 1784-1862]




1304




1305

1392




1307

1423



756




753



755
758




191
1317




1394


1163

12


11


1306




1165


765




1318
1159




112
1338




1160



1162

762




759




757




760
764




761




754




3048   [Edgar S. Werner]


3055   [Edgar S. Werner]


3056   [Edgar S. Werner]
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16 issues eventually published in the Ideal Series
[cover title] Flibbertygibbet / and Me // Tit for / Tat / [Portrait of Banks] / Price, 15   n. d. [1908]
cents / EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / NEW YORK / COPYRIGHT, 1908,
BY EDGAR S. WERNER / [with lesson plans]
[cover title] FLOSSIE LANE’S / MARRIAGE / [Portrait of Banks] / Price, 15 cents /           n. d. [1908]
EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / NEW YORK / COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY
EDGAR S. WERNER / [with lesson plans]
[cover title] FLYING JIM’S LAST LEAP / [Portrait of Banks] / Price, 15 cents /              n. d. [1908]
EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / NEW YORK / COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY
EDGAR S. WERNER / [with lesson plans]
LADIES’ / RHETORICAL EXERCISE. / Barre Academy. / Wednesday Eve, Nov.                       1866
14, 1866. / [being an order of exercises including music and the reading of essays,
with titles and students’ names]
Rhetorical Exercises / of / Senior and Middle Classes / of / Barre Academy, /               1879
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 25, / 1879.
[7 items , Bates College, 1876, Orations, Debate Contest + programs and letter              1876
of admission (with envelope and printed form included)]
.....                                                                               n. d.
Address Rochester School of Oratory No. 28 Wilder Block / Conducted by MARK
B. BEAL. /
[Various cards]
........
and: Charles Atkinson and Clara Ellard card advertising “A Political Wooing” and
“That’s About All” -- Charming entertainments and elegant costume personations.

[being a catalog for the school for the term 1896 - 1897] Beaver College and        n. d. ca 1896
Musical Institute / [Description follows with picture of a school building; gives
faculty, courses, calendar, etc.; elocution teacher not identified and elocution
purely an elective, not listed in any of the “majors.’]
[being a cabinet photo] Truly Yours, / LILLIE MAY BENTLEY / The Child lecturer.     n. d. ca 190

[one side: photo; reverse:] Yours truly, / Master Ralph Bingham, / Of Richmond,     n. d.
Va., / BOY ELOCUTIONIST / --AND-- / CHARACTER ARTIST / EIGHT YEARS
OF AGE. /
THE / AMERICAN SPEAKER: / A / SELECTION, / OF / POPULAR,                            1811
PARLIAMENTARY, AND FORENSIC / ELOQUENCE; / PARTICULARLY
CALCULATED FOR THE SEMINARIES / IN THE UNITED STATES. /
PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY BIRCH AND SMALL. / A . SMALL, PRINTER. /
[line] / 1811. /
[DUPLICATE. Have another copy, front cover missing, not cataloged}
THE / AMERICAN SPEAKER: / A / SELECTION, / OF / POPULAR,                            1814
PARLIAMENTARY, AND FORENSIC / ELOQUENCE; / PARTICULARLY
CALCULATED FOR THE SEMINARIES / IN THE UNITED STATES. / SECOND
EDITION / PHILADELPHIA: /PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ABRAHAM
SMALL. / [line] / 1814. /
THE / AMERICAN SPEAKER: / A / SELECTION, / OF / POPULAR,                            1816
PARLIAMENTARY, AND FORENSIC / ELOQUENCE; / PARTICULARLY
CALCULATED FOR THE SEMINARIES / IN THE UNITED STATES. /THIRD
EDITION / PHILADELPHIA: /PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ABRAHAM
SMALL. / [line] / 1816 /
[Cover being:] Anniversary / Programme / of the / Bogarte Elocution Society /       n. d. [1901]
“Ease in Force is Power.” / College Auditorium, /Thursday Evening, Auguest 8th,
1901, / 8:15 o’clock. / [Page 2 being a head and shoulders picture, Martin Eugene
Bogarte] ;/ [Page 3 being the program with names of selections and performers];
[Page 4 being the names of the officers]
The Bogarte Elocution Society. / Recital Hall, / Thursday Evening, May 3, 1900, /   n. d. [1900]
AT 8:15 o’clock, / [Program follows, with names of selections and performers, the
whole page interspersed with ad copy for Lowenstine’s Department Store] / The
Bogarte Elocution Society, ADMIT ONE. / Not Good If Detached/ [REVERSE
SIDE has names of officers interspersed with ad copy for Gustav Storck’s
Lunches, Dr. J. R. Pagin, Dentist, Albe’s Restaurant, Webster’s Photographs,
Locksley Hall Barber Shop] k
BOSTON / GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL. / GRADUATING EXERCISES / OF THE /                      1895
ADVANCED AND SENIOR CLASSES MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1895 / 9:30 A.M.
[The senior class program included music, exercises in history and botany, and a
RECITATION from Henry VIII..]
[names of students in the two classes on the back]
ANNOUNCEMENT / AND / CATALOGUE / OF THE / BOSTON SCHOOL OF                              1889
ORATORY / FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING / October 8th, 1889. / BOSTON: /
BEACON PRESS: THOMAS TODD, PRINTER / Sommerset Street. /

[Faculty: Moses True Brown, Hamlin Garland, Clara Tileston Power, Gertrude I.
McQuesten, Jennie Florence Meins, L. A. Butter field, Leonard Marshall, Frank T.
Robinson]

Bowdoin College / ‘94 / Sophomore Prize Declamation / MEMORIAL HALL /                   1891
Thursday, Dec. 17th, 1891 [being two 6 x 4 1/2” cards forming a program with
names of selections and readers]
[being a blue “Child’s Ticket” to attend performace by David Brewer , Elocutionist]     n. d.

Brighton School. / Friday, June24th, 1892. / 10 A. M./ [being a graduation program 1892
includig declamation, recitation, calisthenics, wand drill, and -- apparently--
tableaux.
[being a “Normal School Certificate” for J. Brownlee, June 28, 1860, signed,       n/a
among others, by J. L. Philips, Prof. Elocution, Monongahela City, Also a copy of
a picture of J. Brownlee in Civil War uniform.]

[front cover:] A. P. B. [within a diamond shape design] / [inside:] VILLAGE HALL, / 1885
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 17, 1885 / [line] / MR. A. P. BURBANK / WILL
RECITE A DELIGHTFUL PROGRAMME OF / HUMOROUS, DRAMATIC AND
DIALECT SELECTIONS. / [titles] / ADMISSION 50 CENTS. / RECITALS BEGIN
AT 8 O’CLOCK. / Please preserve this Programme for Evening use.

[being a Victorian Trade Card] HUMOROUS AND DRAMATIC / READINGS / BY / n. d. [1881
A. P. BURBANK. / ELOCUTIONIST. / CRAWFORD HOUSE DINING-ROOM, /
MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1st, 1881, / AT NINE O’CLOCK. / ADMISSION, - -
FIFTY CENTS. / PROGRAMME. / THE STEAMBOAT RACE H [TWAIN] -
GUILDED AGE. / UNCLE PETE - ANON / MONEY MUSK - B. F. TAYLOR /
PAT’S PANORAMA - J. S. BURDETT [+ 7 other selections] [Reverse, color
stylized of young man]
[Illustrated cover*:] LIBRARY HALL, NEWTON, N.J. / Thursday Evening, Jan.               n. d. [1880]
29th., 1880. / [line] / THE CELEBRATED ELOCUTIONIST / Mr. A P. BURBANK, /
Will present a Delightful Miscellaneous Programme, / for the Benefit of the Fire
Department. / [line] / Admission - - - 25 Cents. / Reserved Seats - - 35 “ / [line] For
sale at CANNON’S, BALDWIN & TOWNLEY’S. /[Inside page - the program; page
3 - testimonials from London, Paris, and Henry Ward Beecher; back cover,
illustrated ad for “Sozodont,” a “tooth wash.”]

THE / ART / OF / SPEAKING / CONTAINING, / I. An ESSAY; in which are given             1795
Rules for / expressing properly the principal Passions and Humours, / which occur
in Reading, or public Speaking, and / II. lessons TAKEN FORM THE ANCIENTS
AND MODERNS / (with Additions and Alterations where thought useful) ex- /
hibiting a variety of Matter for practice; the emphatical / Words printed in Italics;
with Notes of Direction referring / to the ESSAY. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED, / A
TABLE of the LESSONS, and an INDEX of the / various PASSIONS and
HUMOURS in the ESSAY and / LESSONS. / [Latin quote from Cicero] / [line] /
PRINTED AT BOSTON, / BY THOMAS HALL, / FOR JAMES WHITE, COURT
STREET, AND EBENEZER LARKIN, CORNHILL. / [line] / MDCCXCV.
ART / OF / SPEAKING.                                                                1785
KNOXVILLE’S / BEAUTH SPOT [Being a booklet urging the citizens of Knoxville,        n. d.
Pennsylvania, to purchase a tract of land to preserve as a park. Cites “Dr. Byron
King’s artistic School of Oratory” as one of the building surrounding the plot.]

BRUDDER GARDNER’S / STUMP SPEECHES / AND / COMIC LECTURES /                         n. d.
[line] / CONTAINING / SOME OF THE BEST HITS OF THE LEADING NEGRO
DELINEA- / TORS OF THE PRESENT DAY, COMPRISING THE MOST /
AMUSING AND SIDE-SPLITTING CONTRIBUTIONS OF / ORATORICAL
EFFUSIONS WHICH HAS EVER / BEEN PRODUCED TO THE PUBLIC. /
[Stamped in red: “Address orders to / HENRY COLLINS CO. / 197 FULTON
STREET / BROOKLYN, N. Y.”]
BRUDDER GARDNER’S / STUMP SPEECHES / AND / COMIC LECTURES /                         n. d.
[line] / CONTAINING / SOME OF THE BEST HITS OF THE LEADING NEGRO
DELINEA- / TORS OF THE PRESENT DAY, COMPRISING THE MOST /
AMUSING AND SIDE-SPLITTING CONTRIBUTIONS OF / ORATORICAL
EFFUSIONS WHICH HAS EVER / BEEN PRODUCED TO THE PUBLIC. /

FIRST PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION: / OR / ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS / OF                   1843
THE / SOUNDS / OF THE / ENGLISH LANGUAGE. / [line] / BY CARNEY AND
MATHEWS, / Science is the knowledge of Art -- Art, the practice of Science: they
should alway [sic] / be blended. / [line] / CANTON: / PUBLISHED BY E. L.
CARNEY AND W. T. MATHEWS, / FOR THE USE OF THEIR SCHOOLS. /
PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. / 1843. /

[picture of Carothers] / C. M. Carothers, / Reader and Reciter, / TEACHER OF        c1900
ELOCUTION, / Physical and Dramatic Culture / .... CLASS OF ‘93 / King’s School
of Oratory, Pittsburg, Pa., / .......
Catalogue / OF THE / New Orleans College / OF / Oratory and Elocution / [line] /    [1923]
EXCELSIOR / [line] / CHARTERED, FEBRUARY 20, 1894 [double line] /
ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE BUILDING / Cor. St. Charles and Common
Streets / NEW ORLEANS, LA. / [line] / 1923 - 1924 /
[being a school catalog] WE TEACH BY CORRESPONDENCE / CHICAGO                       n. d.
SCHOOL / OF / ELOCUTION / [Cover title only; incorporated into a drawing]
ANNUAL CATALOGUE / AND ANNOUNCEMENT / OF THE / COLUMBIA /                           [1896]
SCHOOL OF ORATORY / PHYSICAL CULTURE / AND DRAMATIC ART / 1896
1897 / STEINWAY HALL / VAN BUREN ST. BETWEEN WABASH & MICHIGAN
AVES. / CHICAGO / COPYRIGHT 1896 /
 BUFFALO SCHOOL / OF / ELOCUTION AND LITERATURE/ FOUNDED IN 1884                    1890
/ ELIZABETH MARNEY CONNER, Principal, / (EXPRESSIONIST AND
IMPERSONATOR) / Diplomas Given at the End of Each School Year. / 51 West
Genesse Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. / [being a small back cover advertisement in
The 20th Century Review Monthly Illustrated April 1890 Charles Wells Moulton,
Buffalo, N.Y.]
[Being a broadside advertising the June 21, 1909, 21st Annual Recital of the        n.d. 1909
Coot’s School of Elocution, Oratory and Dramatic Arts, Established in 1888, 237
Essex Street, Salem, Massachusetts, with pictures of each Coots ,details of the
recital, and brief description of the Coots School.]
THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA [sic] 1901 [?]*
OF / Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM
AND HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line] EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / SPRAGUE WHOLESALE
COMPANY / CHICAGO, ILL. /
[Also parliamentary law section “Rules of Order” for conducting meetings]



CATALOGUE / OF / Craftsbury Academy / 1888-84                                        n. d. [1884]

RHETORICAL EXERCISES / OF / Craftsbury Academy. / WEDNESDAY               n. d. [1882]
EVENING NOV. 22, / 1882. /
CRAFTSBURY ACADEMY, / NORTH CRAFTSBURY, VT. / Prize Speaking and          n. d. [1881]
Reading, / FRIDAY EVE. , MAY 6, 1881. / PROGRAMME: [selections and names]

School of Elocution / Bureau of Entertainment / Prof. F. C. Croy, / 181 State St.    1898
Springfield, Mass. / [picture of woman - Croy’s daughter???] / PRESS NOTICES
OF MR. CROY / [bottom of page torn off, reverse side lists part of a program of
“reading, song and farce in Graves’ Hall Monday, Feb. 14, 1898. Program
includes “Mr. Croy” and “Miss Croy”]
FIFTH ANNUAL CATALOGUE / OF THE / SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION / [Long                       1889
quotation from Henry Irving’s address given after a performance at the school] /
Boston: / FREEMAN PLACE, BEACON STREET / 1889. /
THE / ENTERTAINER. / DEVOTED TO LITERARY ENTERTAINMENT. / [line] /                   n. d.
VOL. I. // NO. 10. // JANUARY, 1899. 50 c per year, // 10 c per number. / [line] /
The purpose of THE ENTERTAINER is to supply material to / Teachers for
Morning Exercises, Friday Afternoons and / and [sic] Special School Days. / It
Contains / Quotations, / Recitations, / Drills, / Marches, / Songs, / Dialogues, /
Games, / Stories, etc. / Also / Programs / Appropriate / for / Thanksgiving, /
Christmas, / New Years, / Lincoln’s Birthday, / Washington’s Birthday[,] /
Decoration Day, / Arbor Day, /Bird Day, / The Last Day of School. / CURVIN
PUBLISHING CO., BROCKPORT, N.Y. /
THE / PEERLESS / SPEAKER / THE LATEST AND MOST POPULAR LITERARY                      n. d.
/ GEMS FOR PUBLIC AND PARLOR ENTERTAINMENT. / [line] / SELECTED BY
THE LEADING ELOCUTIONISTS / AND READERS OF THE COUNTRY. / [line] /
NATIONAL BOOK MART. /
THE / YOUNG FOLKS RECITER / CONTAINING / THE LATEST AND MOST                        n. d.
POPULAR GEMS / FOR PUBLIC AND PARLOR ENTERTAINMENTS / [line] /
Selected by the Leading Elocutionists and Readers of the Country. / [line] / A FULL
AND COMPLETE REPERTOIRE OF THE BRIGHTEST, WITTIEST AND MOST
POPULAR PIECES, / INCLUDING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND VERSE,
DIALOGUES AND DRAMAS, / SELECTIONS IN DIALECT, AND SUITABLE
PIECES FOR ENCORES. / WITH RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR /
GESTURE, EXPRESSION, DELSARTE AND CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. /
EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB HALF-TONE ILLUSTRATIONS. / [line] /
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. / CONSOLIDATED WITH AND
SUCCESSORS TO / MAMMOTH PUBLISHING CO., AND W. W. HOUSTON &
CO. / CHICAGO, ILL. PHILADELPHIA, PA.

[Being a a Canvas Banner announcing JOSEPH T. DAY, The Talented                        n. d. [1885]
Elocutionist and Impersonator. It measures 95" long x 28" wide with tabs for
hanging, and is two sided with one side being black with the words "Coming Soon -
Joseph T. Day - The Reader - Impersonator - Entertainer." It is done in Red, Silver,
White, and Green on the Black background and has floral embellishments. The
other side is neutral with the words "Meet Met At The Fountain or How A French
Nobleman Advertised For A Wife - Very Exciting and Screamingly Funny - TO
NIGHT."]
{Being a flier, one side] LAUGHTER AND TEARS / JOSEPH T. DAY / THE                     n. d. [1885]
TALENTED / Elocutionist and Impersonator! / --WILL GIVE-- / DRAMATIC
READINGS / --AND-- / HUMOROUS RECITATIONS / --COMPRISING-- /
BRILLIANT ORATORY. THRILLING TRAGEDY. / DIDACTIC SENTIMENT.
TENDER PATHOS. / AND SPARKLING HUMOR. / AT [space] / On [space] / You
Will Attend / And Enjoy this Literary Treat and Mirth-provoking Entertainment,
consisting of Vivid De- / lineations of the Irish, Dutch, and Negro Character, given
with True Dialect and Realistic Facial Expression. / BRING YOUR CHILDREN /
To Hear the Chaste and Beautiful Thoughts rendered in Mr. Day’s inimitable style,
and it / will encourage them to study this important branch. / READ OPINIONS OF
MR. DAY’S RENDITIONS: / DELAWARE, OHIO, Feb. 28, 1885. / I have head Mr.
J. T. Day in some of his elo- / cutionary efforts, and pronounce his ability, for a /
man of his age, very fine. J. W. SHARP / PRINCIPLE OF OHIO BUSINESS
COLLEGE. // DELAWARE, OHIO, March 3, 1885. / Mr. J. T. Day is a faithful
student of his art. / He is graceful in action, and felicitous in expres- / sion. ENOS
BALDWIN. / PROGRAMME / From the Following Popular List: / [samples follow] /
[Delaney’s Recitations] [being seven issues as follows:]                               n. d.
[No. 1. 116 STANDARD]; [No. 2 143 Comic ]; [No. 3 117 Popular; [No. 4 156
Comic ]; [No. 5 120 Popular]; [No. 6 170; Comic]; [No. 7 112 Popular]. [All
contain 26 pages + 6 pages ads]; Published by / Wm. W. Delaney, 117 Park Row,
N.Y. /
Also, #9, purchased separately*
[Missing: # 10 159 Comic, which is advertised, and No. 8
FIFTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL / CATALOGUE / OF Delaware Literary Institute / 1892- 1892
1893 / Franklin, N.Y.
Being a handwritten notebook on elocution. 13 pages of material. No source             n. d.
identified. Picture pasted on front cover appears to be that of Grace Delo.
1890s ???
[being a business card] The Delsarte Manufacturing Co. / 124 W 23rd Street / New n. d. [1893?]
York. / Delsarte Corsets, Waists, Braces, Strophiums, / / 111 State St., Chicago, Ill
/ 24 Temple Place, Boston Mass / 55 N. 13th St. Philadelphia, Pa. / [AND,
ADVERTISING PIECE: ] WORLD’S / COLUMBIAN / EXPOSITION/ 1893 / The /
Delsarte / Manufacturing Company / No. 124 W. 23rd St. New York, and 111
State St. / Chicago. / [see also catalog for shoes]

[being an ad for Delsarte Corset Company with a drawing and the ad entitled “A     1892
Delsarte Exercise in a Delsarte Waist.” 2 1/2 x 2 1/4” from October, 1892 THE
DELINEATOR, p. XXV]
DESCRIPTIVE . . / CATALOGUE / OF THE / Delsarte Mfg. / & Supply Co. / [the         [1899]
three lines of the New York address which follow have been lined out in ink by
hand:] 150 FIFTH AVENUE, / New York, / and / [print resumes here without being
lined out:] NEWARK, N.J., / U. S. A. / [Top of page, stamped in red ink:]
DELSARTE MAN’F’G & SUPPLY CO. / COR. HAMILTON ST. & N. J. R. R. AVE.
/ Newark, N. J. / [Cover title: DELSARTE CORSETS & WAISTS] [Delsarte shoes,
boots and general footwear also sold by this company --see laid in copy of eBay ad
for catalog of same]
[cover title] DELSARTE / [back cover:] / MEDLAR & HOLMES COMPANY /                 n. d.
Manufacturers / Philadelphia, Penna. [shoes, boots] [see also corsets]

Leon Dennett, “The Boy Orator,”/ Thursday, June 9, 1898./ Albuqueroue, N.M,             1898

DICK’S / CHOICE PIECES / FOR / LITTLE CHILDREN / CONTAINING /         n. d.
SPEECHES AND RECITATIONS ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN FROM / FOUR TO
TEN YEARS OF AGE / INCLUDING / PROLOGUES, EPILOGUES, AND
APPROPRIATE PIECES FOR / CHRISTMAS, ARBOR DAY, AND OTHER /
OCCASIONS. / [line] / NEW YORK; / DICK & FITZGERALD, / 18 ANN STREET.

THE DEBATER / CHAIRMAN’S ASSISTANT / AND / RULES OF ORDER. / A                          n. d.
MANUAL FOR INSTRUCTION AND REFERENCE IN ALL MATTERS /
PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC MEETINGS, / ACCORDING
TO PARLIAMENTARY USAGES. / IT EMBRACES / How to Form and Conduc
[sic] Societies, &c.; / Forms of Constitutions; / Powers and Duties of Officers, with
official / Forms for their reports and guidance; / Resolutions and other Written
Business; // Complete Rules of Order and modes of pro- / cedure; / And Points of
Order, arranged in tabular / form, for instant information on all doubt- / ful cases
that may arise. / line / NEW YORK: / DICK & FITZGERALD, PUBLISHERS. /

THE / YOUNG DEBATER / AND CHAIRMAN’S ASSISTANT, / CONTAINING /     n. d.
INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO FORM AND CONDUCT SOCIETIES, CLUBS, / AND
OTHER ORGANIZED ASSOCIATIONS. ALSO, FULL / RULES OF ORDER FOR
THE GOVERNMENT / OF THEIR BUSINESS AND DEBATES. / TOGETHER
WITH COMPLETE DIRECTIONS / HOW TO COMPOSE RESOLUTIONS,
REPORTS, / AND PETITIONS: AND THE / BEST WAY TO MANAGE PUBLIC
MEETINGS /, CELE- / BRATIONS, DINNERS, AND PIC-NICS. / BY AN / EX-
MEMBER OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR. / line / NEW YORK: / DICK &
FITZGERALD, PUBLISHERS. / [“Of Public Speaking” pp 101 -160]

[Being a letterhead, printed:] DICKINSON SEMINARY / DEPARTMENT OF /                     n/a
RHETORIC AND LATIN / [In ink script:] Williamsport, Pa. , / [printed:] 18____ /
Postcard. “Minneapolis School of Music, Oratory and Dramatic Art”                   ??

Hand written: “Yours Truly / At. St. Paul & / Minneapolis Minn. / G. Dietz”
Closing Exercises / of the / Dixon High School, / Dixon, Kentucky, / Friday and     1892
Saturday Evenings, / April 22 and 23, 1892 / 1892 / “The Bee” Steam Print. /
Earlington, Ky./
[being a school program with many recitations and tableaux; ads on back page
include one from Dixon Normal School, which included elocution in its offerings]

GIRLS’ BOOK OF TREASURES / INCLUDING / ENTERTAINING AND            n. d.
INSTRUCTIVE STORIES, TRAVELS, PASTIMES, / POEMS, RECITATIONS , IN-
DOOR GAMES, OUT-DOOR / GAMES, AND A GREAT VARIETY OF / OTHER
GOOD READING / FOR GIRLS. / [...] / DONOHUE BROTHERS, / CHICAGO --
NEW YORK /
GIRLS’ BOOK OF TREASURES / INCLUDING / ENTERTAINING AND            n. d.
INSTRUCTIVE STORIES, TRAVELS, PASTIMES, / POEMS, RECITATIONS, IN-
DOOR GAMES, OUT-DOOR / GAMES, AND A GREAT VARIETY OF / OTHER
GOOD READING / FOR GIRLS. / BY THE FOLLOWING EMINENT AUTHORS: /
EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLER, LAURA E. RICHARDS, MALCOLM DOUGLAS, /
MARY E. BURT, CLARA G. DOLLIVER, MRS. O. HOWARD / AND MANY
OTHERS. / [drawing] / CHICAGO / M. A. DONOHUE & COMPANY /

[cover title, catalog for:] DRAKE UNIVERSITY / SCHOOL / OF / ORATORY / 1904 n. d. [1904]
1905 / DES MOINES IOWA /

[Being a promotional piece for Bessie May Dudley, 1003 Barton Avenue,              n. d.
Richmond, VA., ca 1925, with testimonials for her performances as elocutionist,
reader, impersonator from Virginia, Maryland, North Caroline. Cover picture of
Miss Dudley and two-page spread in center has photographs of her as four
characters. Negro dialect was one of her specialties, including doing the "Whodat
say who dat say who dat?"] [cover caption:} The girl who has made more people /
laugh than any other girl in Virginia
[cover title] WERNER’S / Catalogue No. 5 / PLAYS / ENTERTAINMENTS,                 n. d. *
SCENES, DIALOGUES, OPERETTAS, CANTATAS / SEND DIRECT TO /
EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / 43-45 East 19th Street New York /
HEADQUARTERS FOR / Entertainment Literature / Entertainment Novelties and
Supplies / ...... [more]
Platform and Pulpit / A Journal for Pubic Speakers / Teachers and Students of      1904
Expression.
F. S. Mickey, Editor and Publisher . [Associate editors listed] / Volume 1, Number
1, / March, 1904 / Published Monthly by / F. S. Mickey, / Lincoln, Nebraska.
Brownell Block / Subscription, $2.00 a Year. Single Copy, 20 Cents.
Periodical

BRIEFS FOR DEBATE / ON / CURRENT POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND /                         1909
SOCIAL TOPICS / EDITED BY / W. DU BOIS BROOKINGS, A. B. / OF THE
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL / AND / RALPH CURTIS RINGWALT, A.B. /
ASSISTANT IN RHETORIC IN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY / WITH AN
INTRODUCTION BY / ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, PH. D. / PROFESSOR OF
HARVARD UNIVERSITY / LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO. / 91 AND 93 FIFTH
AVENUE, NEW YORK / LONDON, BOMBAY AND CALCUTTA / 1909 /
[Being a booklet, prospectus, for the Educational Register Company, to serve as a n. d.
clearing house for the employment by schools of teachers including elocutionists
and other talent]

[Includes an ad for the Winchell Lecture and Entertainment Bureau, p 23]
RECITATIONS / for / Lincoln’s Birthday / [line] / Primary, Intermediate and / High   n. d.
School / [line] / PRICE 25 CENTS / [line] / Published by / ELDRIDGE
ENTERTAINMENT HOUSE / FRANKLIN, OHIO DENVER, COLO. /
This Year above all others / You will need / ENTERTAINMENT / MATERIAL /              n. d.
PATRIOTIC PROGRAMS AND OTHERS / ARE EASILY ARRANGED FROM
THIS LIST OF / PLAYS, DRILLS, SONGS, / OPERETTAS , etc. / ......Eldridge
Entertainment House....
PLAYS / and ENTERTAINMENTS / for EVERY OCCASION /                                    n. d.
[being a catalog of Eldridge publication. Mostly plays, some recitations, orations
and dialogues) ca 1950 (mentions air mail)]
PLAYS / and ENTERTAINMENTS / FOR SCHOOL, / CHURCH LODGE. / AND                       n. d. ca 1927 - 28
EVERY OCCASION/ The / HOUSE / that / HELPS / ELDRIDGE
ENTERTAINMENT HOUSE / INC. / FRANKLIN, OHIO / ALSO / 922 So. OGDEN
ST. / DENVER, COLO. / FROM EAST TO WEST / WE SERVE YOU BEST /.
[being a catalog of Eldridge publication; plays, some recitations, orations and
dialogues) ca 1927-28 based on dates in back cover ad.

 [front] ORDER OF EXERCISES / AT THE / Annual Exhibition / [school symbol] / 1868
Eliot /School, / ON / TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1868, / Commencing at 8 o’clock, A. M.
/ Alfred Mudge & Son, City Printers, 34 School Street. [back has who and what for
declamations and readings]
[being a calender for 1905 published by Emerson College of Oratory consisting of n.d. [1905]
12 pieces of stiff paper 5 X 7 with a 2 X 3 paste-on picture of an Emerson faculty
member for each month. Bound at top with cord.] Jan., Pres. William J. Rolfe;
Feb., Dean Henry Lawrence Southwick; March, Mrs. Jessie Eldridge Southwick;
April, Miss M. Eden Tatem; May, Mr. William G. Ward, A. M.; June, Mrs. Maud
Gatchell Hicks [oval picture] ; July, Mrs. Foss Lamprell Whitney; Aug. , Mr. Walter
Bradey Tripp; Sept., Mr. Charles Winslow Kidder; Oct., Miss Gertrude Chamberlin
[oval picture]; Nov., Mr. Silas A. Alden; Dec., Mrs. Elvie Burnett Willard.

ANNUAL CATALOGUE / OF THE / EMERSON COLLEGE / AND THE / BOSTON 1902
SCHOOL OF ORATORY / BOSTON / 1920 /
(being a description of the school , the faculty and the courses with names of all
students enrolled]
Five items] [1.] IOTA CHAPTER / Phi Mu Gamma Sororiety / OF / Emerson              n. d. [1913 - 14]
College of Oratory / PRESENTS / “A Virginia Courtship” / FOR / A GRADUATE
SCHOLARSHIP / Personally directed by Mr. Walter Bradley Tripp / JORDAN
HALL, FEBRUARY 20, 1914. [2] Emerson College of Oratory / HUNTINGTON
CHAMBERS HALL / BOSTON, MASS. / THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914 /
NINE O’CLOCK / Senior Recital / [4 COPIES] [3] EMERSON / Horarium
[schedule] Second Semester /Freshman, [4] Junior, [5] Senior Classes.
EVOLUTION OF EXPRESSION, ‘ BY / EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / A                 1895
COMPILATION OF SELECTIONS ILLUSTRATING THE / FOUR STAGES OF
DEVELOPMENT IN ART / AS APPLIED TO ORATORY. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. /
EIGHTH EDITION. / [publisher’s device] / VOL. I. / BOSTON/ EMERSON
COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT, / TREMONT STREET,
COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1895. /
EVOLUTION OF EXPRESSION, ‘ BY / EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / A                 1895
COMPILATION OF SELECTIONS ILLUSTRATING THE / FOUR STAGES OF
DEVELOPMENT IN ART / AS APPLIED TO ORATORY. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. /
EIGHTH EDITION. / [publisher’s device] / VOL. II. / BOSTON/ EMERSON
COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT, / TREMONT STREET,
COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1895. /
EVOLUTION OF EXPRESSION, ‘ BY / EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / A                 1895
COMPILATION OF SELECTIONS ILLUSTRATING THE / FOUR STAGES OF
DEVELOPMENT IN ART / AS APPLIED TO ORATORY. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. /
SIXTH EDITION. / [publisher’s device] / VOL. III. / BOSTON/ EMERSON
COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT, / TREMONT STREET,
COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1895. /
EVOLUTION OF EXPRESSION, ‘ BY / EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / A                 1894
COMPILATION OF SELECTIONS ILLUSTRATING THE / FOUR STAGES OF
DEVELOPMENT IN ART / AS APPLIED TO ORATORY. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. /
SIXTH EDITION. / [publisher’s device] / VOL. IV. / BOSTON/ EMERSON
COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT, / TREMONT STREET,
COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1894. /
THE / CHRISTIAN ORATOR; / OR, / A COLLECTION OF SPEECHES, /                     1818
DELIVERED ON / PUBLIC OCCASIONS / BEFORE / Religious Benevolent
Societies, / TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, / AN ABRIDGMENT OF / WALKER’S
ELEMENTS OF ELOCUTION./ Designed for the use of Colleges, Academies, and
Schools. / [short double line] / BY A GENTLEMAN OF MASSACHUSETTS. / [short
double line] / SECOND EDITION, / Improved and enlarged. / [line] / BALTIMORE:
/ Published by CUSHING & JEWETT, and F. LUCAS, jr. / Sold also, / By W. W.
Woodward, Philadelphia; S. Wood & Sons, and / Dodge & Sayre, New - York;
Seward & Williams, Utica: / H. How, New Haven; and Lincoln & Edmands, Boston.
/ 1818. / Lincoln & Edmands, Printers.

THE / CHRISTIAN ORATOR; / OR, / A COLLECTION OF SPEECHES,              1818
DELIVERED / ON / PUBLIC OCCASIONS / BEFORE RELIGIOUS /
BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. / TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, / AN ABRIDGMENT OF
/ WALKER’S ELEMENTS OF ELOCUTION./ Designed for the use of Colleges,
Academies, and Schools. / BY A GENTLEMAN OF MASSACHUSETTS. / [ line] /
CHARLESTOWN: / PRINTED BY SAMUEL ETHERIDGE. / 1818. /

SEASON 1893-1894 / [head and shoulders photograph of Williamson] / EUGENIA n. d. [1893?]
WILLIAMSON, B. E., / READER / Humorous, Dramatic / AND / Dialect Recitals. /
FOR TERMS AND DATES, ADDRESS / St. Louis Lyceum Bureau, / 4239 McREE
AVENUE / ST. LOUIS, MO. / D. M. HAZLETT, MANAGER / [Gives sample of
selections that Williamson reads and supplies comments from “critics” and press]
DESCRIPTIVE 1888 / CATALOGUE / OF / USEFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE                        1888
BOOKS / [Drawing of five-story Excelsior Building ?] / EXCELSIOR PUBLISHING
HOUSE, / 29 & 31 BEEKMAN STREET, / P.O. BOX 1144 NEW YORK, N. Y. /
[including The Complete Debater; Ritter’s Mock Trials; De Vere’s Wit, Humor,
Pathos Parodies; Excelsior Selections ;* Burdett’s World of Humor;* BURDETT’S
READINGS AND RECITATIONS :Select ;* Irish Dialect;* New Comic*; Dutch
Dialect;* Negro Dialect ;* French and Yankee;* Shakespearean;* Patriotic; *
Dramatic;* Heroic;* Seri-comic;* Pathetic;* March’s Original Dialogues and
Speeches for Wee Tots;* Haney’s Exhibition Dialogues;* Wilford’s Original
Dialogues and Recitations;* Brudder Gardner’s Stump Speeches & Comic
Lectures;* Excelsior Recitations and Readings, Numbers 1 - 4; The “Popular
Recitation Series,” Numbers 1 - 12; Impromptu Speaker; Infant Star Speaker; Self-
Cure of Stammering;

Exhibition / of Tableaux / For the Benefit of the / Ladies’ Soldiers” Aid Society, / at   n . d. 1863
the / Town Hall, Lincoln, / on / Thursday Evening, Feb. 5, 1863. /
[being a folded paper program with scenes and participants for 2 tableaux
(Quakers, Seasons, Mrs. Partington and Ike, Paul and Mrs. Pipchin, William Tell,
Mrs. Partington’s Tea Party, Taking the Veil, Father of a Family, 1763 and 1863,
Spirit of ‘76, Devoted Husband in Warm Weather, Pocahontas, Uncle Toby and
Widow Madman, Brimstone Morning at Dotheboy’s Hall, Scene from Lalla Rookh,
Oliver asking for More, Night and Morning, Visit to the Nun, Court of Pharaoh, and
Goddess of Liberty]
INSTRUCTOR ENTERTAINMENT SERIES / CHOICE SCHOOL / SPEAKER /                               n. d.
[line] / A COLLECTION OF VERSES FOR RECI- / TATION PREPARED FOR /
SCHOOLROOM USE ‘ [line] / A Very Useful Collection / [device] / F. A. OWEN
PUBLISHING CO., / DANSVILLE, N.Y. /
[cover embellished with designs] No. 26 PRICE 10 CENTS / Published Semi-                  1894
monthly. By Subscription. $2.40 Per Annum. January 15, 1894. / Entered at the
New York Post Office as Second-Class Matter. Copyright, 1894, by F. M.
LUPTON, / THE PEOPLE’S / HANDBOOK SERIES / POPULAR PLAYS AND
FARCES / FOR / Amateur Theatricals. / F. M. LUPTON / PUBLISHER / 23, 25,
AND 27 CITY HALL PLACE / NEW YORK /
[cover embellished with designs] No. 27 PRICE 10 CENTS / Published Monthly.               1894
By Subscription. $1.20 Per Annum. Copyright, 1894, by F. M. LUPTON, February,
1894. / THE PEOPLE’S / HANDBOOK SERIES / THE MODEL / Book of
Dialogues. / F. M. LUPTON / PUBLISHER / 23, 25, AND 27 CITY HALL PLACE /
NEW YORK /
[cover embellished with designs] No. 62 PRICE 10 CENTS / / THE PEOPLE’S /                 n. d.
HANDBOOK SERIES / HUMOROUS RECITATIONS / BY BEST AUTHORS / F.
M. LUPTON / PUBLISHER / 23, 25, AND 27 CITY HALL PLACE / NEW YORK /

[Cover title; cover embellished with designs] No. 10. PRICE, TEN CENTS.           1883
Published Semi monthly. By Subscription. $2.40 Per Annum. May 15, 1893 /
Entered at the New York Post-Office as Second Class Matter. Copyright, 1893, by
F. M. Lupton. / THE PEOPLE’S / HANDBOOK SERIES / FAMOUS / Comic
Recitations. / A Large and Valuable Collection of the Best Humorous / Recitations
in the English Language. / F. M. LUPTON / PUBLISHER / 23, 25, AND 27 CITY
HALL PLACE / NEW YORK /
THE / Peerless Speaker / BEING / A COMPILATION OF THE CHOICEST /                    n. d. [1907 ?]
Recitations, Readings and Dialogues / From the Most Celebrated Authors /
INCLUDING / PATHETIC, TRAGIC, HUMOROUS / AND ORATORICAL
SELECTIONS, / / FOR / SCHOOLS AND / PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
ENTERTAINMENTS / ALSO / Instructions for the Cultivation of the Voice, / Hints
on Elocution, Etc., Etc. / CHICAGO / STANTON and VAN VILET CO. /
PUBLISHERS /
THE / Peerless Speaker / BEING / A COMPILATION OF THE CHOICEST /                    n. d.
Recitations, Readings and Dialogues / From the Most Celebrated Authors /
INCLUDING / PATHETIC, TRAGIC, HUMOROUS / AND ORATORICAL
SELECTIONS, / / FOR / SCHOOLS AND / PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
ENTERTAINMENTS / ALSO / Instructions for the Cultivation of the Voice, / Hints
on Elocution, Etc., Etc. / IN TWO PARTS / THOMPSON & THOMAS / 267
WABASH AVENUE, CHICAGO / [Section, “Important Suggestions for the
Presentation of Dialogues,” in part II]
THE / Peerless Speaker / Being a Compilation of the / Choicest / Recitations,       n. d. [1900 /]
Readings / and Dialogues / FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED AUTHORS /
[double line] / INCLUDING / PATHETIC, TRAGIC, HUMOROUS / AND
ORATORICAL SELECTIONS, / / FOR SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC AND / PRIVATE
ENTERTAINMENTS / Also Instructions for the Cultivation of / the Voice, Hints on
Elocution, Etc. / [short double line] THOMAS & THOMAS / CHICAGO / [Running
title, “Fenno’s Favorites”]
[Cover title enclosed by line design:] FILLMORE’S / Recitations and / Exercises /   n. d.
For Children’s Day / NO. 1 / [line] / [device] / FILLMORE MUSIC HOUSE / 528
ELM STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO / PRICE 15 CENTS / Printed in the U. S. A. /

[Cover title enclosed by line design:] FILLMORE’S / Recitations and / Exercises /   n. d.
For Children’s Day / NO. 2 / [line] / [device] / FILLMORE MUSIC HOUSE / 528
ELM STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO / PRICE 15 CENTS / Printed in the U. S. A. /

FINK’S MAGAZINE / DEVOTED TO / ELOCUTION - PHYSICAL TRAINING -                  1908
AMATEUR PLAYS / CONTESTS FOR MAY, 1908 / [contents follow] / 25 Cents a
Copy; $2.00 a Year (in advance), otherwise $3.00 / ISSUED MONTHLY BY
ERNEST A. FINK & CO., PUBLISHERS / ERNEST A. FINK, PRES. & TREAS.
THEODORE HAGEMANN, VICE-PRES. MARTIN SCHILLER, SEC’Y / 343 EAST
85th STREET, . . . NEW YORK CITY / Copyright, 1908 by ERNEST A. FINK &
CO. / [being Volume 1; NO. 3}
[being a trade card] WALTER K. FOBES. / Public Reader and Teacher of            n. d.
Elocution, / 149 A, Tremont St., Boston, Mass. / Residence, north Cambridge,
Mass. [ picture of flower and baby chicks] Verso a program of readings, hard to
decipher because it was once pasted ]
THE / AMERICAN SPEAKER, / OR / EXERCISES IN RHETORICK; / BEING A                1826
SELECTION OF / SPEECHES, DIALOGUES, AND POETRY, / FROM THE /BEST
AMERICAN AND BRITISH SOURCES, / SUITABLE / FOR RECITATION. / [line] /
BOSTON: / BY CUMMINGS, HILLIARD, AND COMPANY. / [line] / 1826
[two items] [#1] / TACHE SANS TACHE / CLASS OF ‘83 / Graduation and                  1883 & 1884
Reunion [and enclosed:] PROMENADE CONCERT [being a program of
“marches” such as “spiral,” “serpent,” “right and left”] approx 2 1/2 X 3”, 8 pages]
[#2] GRADUATING EXERCISES / OF THE / CLASS OF ‘84 / Franklin [New
Hampshire] High School, / CLASS OF ‘85 ASSISTING / MERRIMACK HALL, /
Friday,June , 1884 [Declamation and Reading included in exercises]

[being a handwritten eulogy, with one or more pages missing] Funeral of Old Mr.         n. d.
Daggert / Jordon, April 1849. [names and dates may not be transcribed
accurately]


[Being ten printed items relating to Genesee Wesleyan Seminary,* including a            1918
June 24, 1918 Commencement Recital” of its School of Elocution and Oratory; a
constitution and a program of its Browning Society (devoted to literature, debate
and parliamentary usage), and a quarterly bulletin that lists former students serving
in the military (WW I).
Cabinet. Photo of young woman posing in white dress, with fan. Photo by J. E.           n.d.
Purdy Boston. Inscription on back “Gladys Bridgham / Elocutionist / 42 Higland
AVe. / Somerville”
Catalogue 201 / Education / & / Rhetoric / H. P. Kraus New York                         n. d.[1996]*
TOMMY’S / FIRST SPEAKER / FOR / LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS. / [line] /                       n. d.
EDITED BY TOMMY HIMSELF. / [line] /CHICAGO: / M. A. DONOHUE & CO. /

TOMMY’S / FIRST SPEAKER / FOR / LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS. / [line] /                 n. d.
EDITED BY TOMMY HIMSELF. / [line] /CHICAGO: / M. A. DONOHUE & CO. /
407-429 DEARBORN ST.
TOMMY’S / FIRST SPEAKER / FOR / LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS. / [line] /                 n. d.
EDITED BY TOMMY HIMSELF. / [line] /CHICAGO: /DONOHUE BROTHERS / 407-
429 DEARBORN ST. /
Tommy’s / Second Speaker / FOR / BOYS AND GIRLS / [printer’s device] /            n. d.
CHICAGO / M. A. DONOHUE & COMPANY / [Cover title adds “Little” before Boys
and Girls.]
HANEY’S / EXHIBITION DIALOGUES / FOR THE USE OF / CLASSES IN                      n. d.
DECLAMATION / AND FOR / SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS / [line] / New York / THE
PLATT & PECK CO.
 THE / POPULAR ENTERTAINER / AND / Self-Instructor in Elocution / [line] / THE n. d.
ART OF SPEAKING WELL AND PROPERLY / WITH / A PRACTICAL TREATISE
ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM / OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND EXPRESSION, /
INCLUDING / Valuable Instructions and Rules fo the Cultivation / of the Voice and
the Use of Gestrues /. TOGETHER WITH / CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR
READINGS AND RECITATIONS / NOW USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF
ORATORY. / [line] / Illustrated with Original Photo=Engravings. / [line] / EDITED
BY / JOHN WESLEY HANSON, JR. / CHICAGO / W. B. CONKEY COMPANY /
OUR BEST SPEAKER / FOR HOME AND SCHOOL. ; COMPRISING A NEW                     n. d.
SELECTION OF PROSE AND POETICAL SE- / LECTIONS NOW USED IN THE /
LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY, / Chosen with a view of providing at / the
same time the material for / home and public entertainments. / [line] / WITH
SPECIAL CHAPTERS ON / Delsarte, the Use of Gestures, Cultivation and
Preservation of the / Voice, and Physical Culture. / EMBELLISHED WITH FULL
PAGE HALFTONES, ILLUSTRATING / THE DELSARTE SYSTEM OF
EXPRESSION. / [printer’s device] / INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. /
CHICAGO, ILL. -- PHILADELPHIA, PA.
 THE / POPULAR ENTERTAINER / AND / Self-Instructor in Elocution / [line] / THE n. d.
ART OF SPEAKING WELL AND PROPERLY / WITH / A PRACTICAL TREATISE
ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM / OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND EXPRESSION, /
INCLUDING /. . . . JOHN WESLEY HANSON, JR. / CHICAGO / W. B. CONKEY
COMPANY / [being a salesman’s sample bound with: OUR LITTLE PRATTLERS
and YOUNG FOLKS/ STORY OF OUR COUNTRY and WOOD’S NATURAL
HISTORY FOR CHILDREN and AMERICA IN PEACE AND WAR

Ad for Minnie Hanson’s readings. Emerson College [student?]                            n. d.
ca 1900

Has her picture
SELECT ORATIONS / ILLUSTRATING / AMERICAN POLITICAL / HISTORY /                        1909

MR. JOHN J. HAYES, / OF / HARVARD UNIVERSITY, / AT / GREYHOUND                         n.d. [1889]
HALL* / Monday Evening, June 10th, 1889. / PART I / 1. EMILY’S FLIGHT,
Dickens, / (From “David Copperfield.”) / 2. SCENES FROM “THE
SHAUGHRAUN,” Doucicault / 2. JULIUS CAESAR,” Shakespeare, / (Forum
Scene.) / 4. “A SENATOR ENTANGLED,” DeMille / (From the Dodge Club.) /
PART II. / 1. “BROTHER ANDERSON’S SERMON” by T. K. Beecher / 2. “COUNT
GISMOND,” Browning / 3. FATHER PHIL’S COLLECTION,” Sam Lover / 4. “THE
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT JONES-/ VILLE,” Marrietta Holley. /
[*Syracuse, N.Y.]
MISS EVELYN HILLIARD, COMEDIENNE RECITER. / [picture of Hilliard] / “A                 1892 ??
LITTLE TIME FOR LAUGHTER.” / [penciled] “Painesville Ohio / USA / 1892”
[being an eight-page plus cover promotional booklet for Hilliard with mostly press
excerpts and a short note on her repertoire. Lists her patronesses in various cities
including Mrs. Cyrus H. McCormick in Chicago.]
THE / BOOK OF COMIC / SONGS AND RECITATIONS, / [line] / A large and                    n. d.
varied Assortment of Burlesque, Comic, and / IRRISISTABLE [sic] Pieces and
Poems suitable alike for / SINGING or SPEAKING. [line] / NEW YORK / HURST
AND COMPANY, PUBLISHERS. /
Annual Banquet / Iowa Collegiate Oratorical Association / Penn College,                [1897
Oskaloosa, Iowa / Wednesday, February 24, 1897. / SERVED BY ASHER &
UNDERWOOD, CATERERS.
[Being a program with names of people and selections as well as the menu.
Students from Iowa Colleges: Penn, Lenox, Oskaloosa, Iowa Wesleyan, Cornell,
Coe, Iowa, Upper Iowa University]
[cover title] STANDARD / ROBERT EMMET’S / [drawing of Emmet] / SONG        n. d.
BOOK / AND RECITATION / CONTAINING / ROBERT EMMET’S GREAT
SPEECH IN THE DOCK / [line] / M. J. IVERS & CO., / PUBLISHERS, 379 PEARL
ST. NEW YORK [half title] THE / ROBERT EMMET / Song and Recitation Book. /
A / Splendid Collection of Lyric Gems / BY / BANIM, BROUGHAM, / BALFE,
CALLANAN, / HALPINE, KEEGAN, / LOVER, MEAGHER, / THOMAS MOORE,
FATHERS PROUT AND RYAN, / AND OTHER WELL KNOWN / IRISH BARDS. /

Being an envelope from The Elocutionary Magazine,St. Paul and Minneapolis,         n. d.
J.W. Dickinson, Editor. Cancelled in Minneapolis,Minn Jan 19, 87, with a 2 cancel.
Sent to Miss Emma Goodspeed, Elmira, New York. Back cancel from Elmira, NY
Jan 12, 1887. :] The Elocutionary Magazine / ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. /
TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM. / J. W. DICKINSON, Editor / Office, 301 Hennepin
Avenue, Room 7. / MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. /

Readings and Recitations / for / Sunday School and Church / by / VARIOUS   1951
AUTHORS / Copyright MCMLI, by Eldridge Publishing Company / Published by /
ELDRIDGE PUBLISHING COMPANY / FRANKLIN, OHIO and DENVER 2, COLO.
/ Printed in U.S.A. /


QUESTIONS / TO / JAMIESON’S GRAMMAR / OF / RHETORIC. / [line] / COPY-              1820
RIGHT SECURED. / [line] / NEW-HAVEN : / PUBLISHED BY A. H. MALTBY &
CO. / [line] / 1820. /
[being catalogues and lists of speech book for sale by John F. Schultz; Numbers    1961-1971
11-31, with supplements, dating from 1961 to 1971, and amounting to some 22
catalogues numbering about 272 pages and listing approximately 13,600 books]

[cover title only; title boxed] Popular Comic / RECITATIONS / 100 Popular Comic, n. d.
Dramatic and / Dialect Recitations. / [line] / [head and shoulders figure male in hat]
/ [line] / PUBLISHED BY / JOHNSON SMITH & COMPANY / UNITED STATES
AND CANADA / DETROIT, MICH. WINDSOR, ONT. / [outside the box:]
PRINTED IN U.S.A. COPYRIGHT 1936 BY JOHNSON SMITH & CO. /
[includes 32 page catalog, mostly novelty items]

Vol. 1 No. 2 / THE / UNIVERSITY / REVIEW / [contents] / PUBLISHED / BY THE [1892]
QUARTERLY / BAY VIEW SUMMER UNIVERSITY / BAY VIEW MICH /
PUBLICATION OFFICE / FLINT MICH. / Entered at the Flint Mich. Post-office as
second class mail matter. / ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 50 Cts./ [1892]
[pictures, course descriptions, ads. Apparently the seventh session. Includes an
“assembly” that seems to be a Chautauqua - like affair]
[being a postcard with a photograph of a view of Ashland College] Ashland /        [1910]
College / Ashland / Ohio / Bryon W. King’s Summer School of Oratory, Elocution
and Dramatic / Culture, June 21 to July 16. / Six Courses of Study--Class and
Private Instruction. / 100 Class Lessons and 20 Entertainments for $25.00. Faculty
of Ten Specialists. [On the address side “Miss Estella Tomlison / Picture Rock(s?)
/ Pa” with a brief note about costs of room and board and travel plans. Nothing
about the school. Postmarked April 12, 1910, Pittsburg (sic).
BYRON W. KING’S / SCHOOL OF ORATORY / [device] / YEAR BOOK /                        n. d. [ca 1922]
[cover title adds drama/comedy masks with KSO symbol and address: Mr. Oliver
Station, Pittsburgh, Penna.]
[being a catalog of the school’s offerings and faculty]
BYRON W. KING’S / SCHOOL OF ORATORY / YEAR BOOK / SEPTEMBER 8,                      1919
1919 to / JUNE 4, 1920 / “The School Beautiful” / The School that helps” / “A
Conservatory of / Speech Arts” / “Productive, Remedial, / Practical” / Expression--
Voice, / Action, Language / Music, Literature, / Art / BYRON KING’S SCHOOL /
Virginia Avenue and Zara Street / Mt. Oliver / PITTSBURGH, PA. /
[cover title adds stylized picture of school in elaborate artwork.]
[being a catalog of the school’s offerings and faculty]

EX REGE [being a monthly publication of the King School of Oratory]                  1921 -22

Volume I, Number II, December, 1921
Volume II, Number II ,February, 1922
Volume II, Number IV, April, 1922
King’s / School / of / Oratory / PITTSBURGH, PA. / COMMENCEMENT WEEK /               [1897]
JUNE 16 TO 28, 1897 / ALVIN THEATRE / [cover title, decorated with full figure
gesturing, lamp of knowledge on three books, drama - comedy masks, and an
oval profile of King] [contains
THE BYRON W. KING / SCHOOL of ORATORY / Summer Term Bulletin / [line                 1931
drawing of entrance to school] / June Fifteenth to August Seventeenth / MOUNT
OLIVER BRANCH / PITTSBURGH, PENNA. /
[being a catalog of the school’s offerings and faculty]
 [COVER TITLE; illustrated cover with flowers and stems of grass] ARBOUR DAY         1893
/ SOUVENIR / OF / Recitation and Song. / FOR THE USE OF / The School
Children / OF / IOWA, / In Their Annual Spring Celebration, / FRIDAY APRIL,
28TH, 1893. /
Excelsior Recitations / Price: One Dollar / and Fifty Cents / [device] / Published   1910
and Copyrighted Nineteen Hundred and Ten / By THE KUYAHORA PRESS, Inc. /
Newport, N.Y. .: Bradford, Pa. .: Olean, N.Y.
SUNDAY SCHOOL / DIALOGUES AND RECITATIONS. / [line] / (Number One.) /                1884
[line] / DESIGNED FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE / ENTERTAINMENTS. / [line] /
PRINTED AT THE / JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR OFFICE, / SALT LAKE CITY,
UTAH. / 1884. /
[being a college annual, with programs for “rhetoricals,” accounts of a few speech   n. d. [1900]
activities; cites College President Roop as Professor of Oratory, his wife as
teacher of Voice Culture, and Eichinger as Instructor in Elocution] BIZARRE /
Lebanon Valley College /
THE / ART OF CONVERSATION, / WITH / DIRECTIONS FOR SELF                              1867
EDUCATION / [device[ / NEW YORK: / CARLETON, PUBLISHER, 413
BROADWAY / M DCCC LXVII. /
Programme / M. L. A. [Monument Literary Association] Friday Evening, Feb. 24,        1860
1860 / [being a four page program of music, play [“Still Water Run Deep”],
Recitation {The Lost Heir], Song, and Tableaux.
LITCHFIELD ACADEMY. / SELECT READINGS / AND / DECLAMATIONS / AT                      1881
THE / CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, / FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1881. /
MUSIC BY / BATES ‘81 QUARTETTE, / ASSISTED BY J. H. GODING, OF 81. / F
E. MANSON, 83, ACCOMPANIST. / COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS / W. S.
TRUE, G. W. CURTIS, MISS A. H. WILLIAMS. / [being a program containing
names and selections]
LITERARY / PROGRAM / AT SCHOOL HOUSE / MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 22 / n. d.
8 o’clock p. m. / [Program follows: songs, recitations, readings, tableau, etc.]
Admission, Adults 10c. Children 5cts / Members Free
YOUNG AMERICAN / SPEAKER / [figure of girl with switch playing school teacher n. d.
at recess] / M. A. DONOHUE & COMPANY / CHICAGO NEW YORK /

[cover:] Programme / ‘99 [Class of 1899] / M. / S. / C. [Maine State College]          n. d. [1896]
[first page:] CLASS MOTTO: --Respice finem / SOPHOMORE / Prize
Declamations, / / Firday Evening, December 4, / 1896. /
TOWN....HALL....ORONO. /
[being 8 declamations, 6 men & 2 women, from Gardiner, Showhegan, South
Bridgton, Orono, Auburn, & Bethel reading from Holmes, Bird, Henry Grady, Sims,
Hugo, Headly, Burritt, & anon.]
[being a broadside with a 3 X 5” photograph of Maples in the upper right corner:}      n. d.
F. T. MAPLES, ELOCUTIONIST / AND / IMPERSONATOR ! / Of Phipps Lyceum
Bureau, New York, / WILL APPEAR / IN / [Hand written: “School House
Poquetannock”] / ON [Handwritten: “Sat. eve. Apr 15th”] / IN HIS NEW AND
CHARMING ENTERTAINMENT / ‘AN EVENING WITH WILL CARLETON.” / The
Program will consist of the choicest gems from the works of / this popular lyric
poet. Mr. Maples has received from Mr. Carleton / the highest praise for the
truthful interpretation of his pen pictures. / Mr. Maples will be assisted by the
celebrated Guitarist / MISS IDA L. M. CASE, / of Hartford. Miss Case ranks with
the finest guitar players. / The Norwich Bulletin says of Miss Case’s playing: “It was
/ pronounced by critics to be the finest guitar playing ever heard in this / city.” /
Admission, 25 Cents. [above framed by a printed design] / N. B. HAMILTON,
Show Printer, Norwich, Conn. /

GRAND PRIZE SPEAKING CONTEST / Literary & Musical Entertainment of the / n.d. 1888
Smithville Elocution Class, Baptist Church, Friday Even’g, May 25, 1888, / THE
SMITHVILLE ELOCUTION CLASS / Conducted by PROF. MARK B. BEAL,
[more] [Verso being a color picture of roses
[being Mascoma Valley Pomona Grange Program, West Canaan, New                  n. d. 1890
Hampshire, August 30, 1890. “Literary Exercises consisting of A colloquy, two
recitations, and a reading. Performers named, but not the selections.]
SOUTHER ORATORS / SPEECHES AND ORATIONS /                                      1910

[being an envelope with two-cent Ben Franklin stamp, postmarked Grand Rapids, n/a [1899]
Mich, Aug 10, 1899, 4-30 and hand addressed to “Rev. A. B. Howard, ? S.
Danville, N. H.” with a printed return address “MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION / OF
ELOCUTIONISTS.”
STATE OF MICHIGAN / DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION / ARBOR                       n. d. [1897]
DAY ANNUAL / APRIL 30, 1897 / [Hazen S. Pingree, Governor; Jason e.
Hammond, Superintendent of Public Instruction] [Being a “suggestive program” for
an annual Arbor Day celebration in the schools of Michigan with music, quotations,
readings. and recitations, some having a few directions for presentation]
THE PURITAN                                                                       1898
[being Vol. III, No. 1, April 1898, with “Some Women Elocutionists” on page 29 by
Joseph ‘Dana Miller. Their pictures on page 28: Mrs. W. C. Chilton, Oxford, Miss.
; Miss Jennie Mannheimer , Cincinnati; Miss Lily Hoffner Wood, New York; Miss
Ina S. Brown, St. John. N.B.; Miss Sadie Battershall, New York; Mrs. Bertha K
Baker, Erie; Miss Marion Short, New York; Mrs. Genevieve Stebbins, New York.
Also an article, p 38, Anna Morgan relating anecdote of reading for Whittier)

[being two copies of a calling card / business card] Miss Mildred M. Raymond /       n. d.
READER AND TEACHER OF / ELOCUTION / TELEPHONE 1183-M / 349
WALNUT STREET / PRIVATE LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT / [by hand in ink:]
Manchester N. H. /
Monroe College of Oratory. / Faculty. /                                              ca 1888
[being the Monroe Catalogue for 1888-89]
[Faculty: C. Wesley Emerson, H. L. Southwick, William J. Rolfe, H. E. Holt, F. B.
Rogers, L. Alonzo Butterfield, Mary A. Blood, Cora Marsland, Silas A. Alden,
Jessie Eldridge, Susie Rogers Emerson, F. Mellie Karnan, Fordyce Cleaves,
Carrie Berriee Phelps]
[being a catalog for] THE MORSE SCHOOL / OF / EXPRESSION / MUSICAL ART               ca 1926
BUILDING / OLIVE STREET AND BOYLE AVE. / ST. LOUIS, MO. / [another,
later, copy laid in]
BOOK THIRD / [line] / THE / SOUTHERN / READER AND SPEAKER; /                         1856
CONTAINING / SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, / FOR / EXERCISES IN
READING AND SPEAKING, / IN THE / ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS OF THE
SOUTHERN STATES. / [line] / STEREOTYPE EDITION. / [line] / CHARLESTON:
/ PUBLISHED BY WM. B. BABCOCK, AND M’CARTER & CO., / AND SOLD BY
ALL THE PRINCIPAL BOOKSELLERS IN THE / SOUTHERN AND SOUTH-
WESTERN STATES. / [line] / 1856. /

P ROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING / OF THE / NATIONAL /                      1896
ASSOCIATION OF ELOCUTIONISTS / HELD IN THE CITY OF BOSTON IN
HUNTINGTON HALL / OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY / JUNE 24 TO 29, 1895. / OFFICIAL REPORT / PUBLISHED BY
THE ASSOCIATION / 1896 /
[catalogue of] THE NATIONAL / SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION / AND ORATORY /                    n. d.
Founders / J. W. SHOEMAKER, A.M. / and / MRS. J. W. SHOEMAKER / 1917-
1918 Forty-fourth Year / Ars est celare artem / D. A. SHOEMAKER / Principle /
Parkway Building / Broad and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia. [cover short title
states “1874-1918”]]
National School of Elocution and Oratory. / The Class of ‘85 / Requests your         [1885]
presence at their / GRADUATING EXERCISES. / Tuesday Evening, June ninth, at
eight o’clock. / Academy of Music , Philadelphia, Pa. /
[Pasted on fold out listing names of 39 graduates]
[ad for the school, back cover of:] The / Old Maids’ Association / A farcical        n. d.
Entertainment / BY LOUISE LATHAM WILSON / Author of “The Scientific
?Country School,” “A Case of / Suspension,” “The Wreck of Stebbins’ Pride,” etc. /
Philadelphia / The Penn Publishing Company /
[Being a catalog for (cover title:)] NEW ENGLAND / CONSERVATORY / SCHOOL             n. d. [1890]
OF ELOCUTION / AND / COLLEGE OF ORATORY / FRANKLIN SQUARE /
BOSTON MASS. /
[Being a booklet for (cover title:)] The New England / Conservatory of Music /  n. d.
FOUNDED BY DR. EBEN TOURJEE / [Drawing of building] / INSTRUCTION
GIVEN IN ALL / BRANCHES OF / Music, Elocution, Fine Arts, General / Literature,
Languages, and Tuning. / A HOME FOR LADY STUDENTS. / CARL FAELTERN,
DIRECTOR / FRANK W. HALL, GENERAL MANAGER, Franklin Square , Boston,
Mass. / Illustrated Calendar Sent Free on Application. /

[cover title] New Hampton Institution / SENIOR ORATIONS / Chapel Hall, Mar. 2,      1906
‘06 / At 7 o’clock.
[being a school program, stiff cardboard, 3X6”, 4 p] [front:] DECLAMATION. /        [1886]
[Drawing, “Night” by Bufford] / CLASS OF ‘88. [inside two pages, names of
performers and pieces]/ [back page:] Chapel Hall, / New Hampton, N. H. /
WEDNESDAY EVENING, / JANUARY 19, 1887. / [line] / Committee of
Arrangements. / [line] / J. C. Emerson, / Eva J. Clark, / H. L. Buzzell.
CLASS DAY EXERCISES / OF THE / State Normal School, / NEW PALTZ, N. Y. /            n. d.
FEBRUARY 4, 1895. / [Being a program listing on recitation, Harriet Beecher
Stowe’s 1843 work about the Erie Canal, The Canal Boat]
1880's era photo of the New Sharon Elocution Club. Written on the back is the       n/a
following: "New Sharon Elocution Club of a generation ago. The Pres, A.F.
Styles, occupies the middle of the front row. It is related that he owned but one
collar and that was in the wash at this time." No photographer identified.
Excellent condition. 8 men and 8 women; young adults

[The Constitution of the United States of America] [Device] Presented by / THE      1930
NEW YORK TIMES / to / [script] Joe Towne [?] / for special ability shown / in the
composition and presentation / of an oration upon / THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
UNITED STATES / OF AMERICA / [script] N. N. Fairclough / PRINCIPLE / [script]
Pelham High School / SCHOOL / [script] April 29, 1930 / DATE / [line] / THE
NATIONAL ORATORICAL CONTEST /
COLLEGIATE / INSTITUTE / ORATIONS / DELIVERED BY STUDENTS /                         1907
CONTAINING A FEW / ORIGINAL POEMS BY / REV. O. A. NEWLIN / [printer’s
device] / FORT SCOTT, KANSAS / 1907 / Monitor Binding & Printing Company,
Fort Scott, Kansas.
[being a four-page catalog of offering of The Normal Publishing House, Danville,    post 1890
Ind. Emphasis on “how to,” including Burdett’s Dramatic Recitations (and many
others), De Vere’s Negro Sketches, March’s Original Dialogues, Rowton’ s
Debater, BRUDDER GARDNER’S STUMP SPEECHES, etc.
THE / MODERN SPEAKER / OR / COMPLETE MANUAL OF ELOCUTION /                          ?*

Cover title only-- title page missing
[being three program fliers][1] North-Western Freshmen / vs. / Wheaton Freshmen 1911 & 1912
/ DEBATE / Friday Evening, February 17th / Nineteen Hundred Eleven / [2] North-
Western College / Songs / Debate with Illinois Wesleyan / College chapel,
February 24 / 1911 / [3] State Prohibition / Oratorical Contest / Songs and Yells /
North-Western / 1912 /
Wednesday Evening Program / NOVEMBER 27, 1912 / New York State                        1912
Association / of Elocutionists / Fourteenth Annual Convention / ASSEMBLY HALL,
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL / Cor. Franklin and Court St., Buffalo / In connection
with New York State Teachers’ Association / [followed by listing of officers as cited
above under “author” and, on the second page, by the program. NOTE: Hawn
listed as head of Hawn School of Speech Arts, Carnegie Hall, New York.*]
[advertising card] I WANT TO BE AN ANGEL / [caption under line drawing of baby n. d.
with knife and pistol] / 99 Choice Readings & Recitation s / PRICE 10 CENTS /
This is a choice selection of READINGS/ and recitations, which have been
selected with great care, and are especially adapted / for Sabbath Schools, all
Adult and Juvenile / Organizations, Young People’s Associations, / and Parlor
Entertainments. They comprise / Prose and Poetry-Serious, Humorous, / Pathetic,
comic, Temperance and Patriotic. / Those interested in providing an entertain- /
ment should have this collection. Sent by mail for 10 cents. / OGILVIE & CO. ,
PUBLISHERS, / 25 ROSE STREET, NEW YORK. /

The American Reciter / and Reader / Choice Selections from the Writings of /            1905
LONGFELLOW / EMERSON / WHITTIER / LOWELL / MARK TWAIN / OLIVER
WENDELL HOLMES / EDGAR ALLAN POE / BRET HARTE / WILL CARLETON /
AND MANY OTHERS / LONDON: / C. ARTHUR PEARSON, LTD. / HENRIETTA
STREET / 1905 /
[Photo, oval] Mme. Florida L. DesVerney / Elocutionist / inscribed in pencil: / To my   1915
friend, / Mrs. Henderson. / [on reverse:] / We Are Marching On. / To the Directors
and Managers of the [second] Negro Fair. / At Albany, Ga. Nov. 18 to 28. 1915. /
Tune, The Battle Hymn of the Republic. / [ verses follow, paying tribute to leaders
of the fair: Satterwhite, Hardwick, Macarthy, Morse, Watson, King, Jefferson,
Hines, Powell, Walker] / F. L. DesVerney. /
Elocutionary Contest / For Gold Medals, / BY STUDENTS OF THE /                          n. d. [1888]
PITTSBURGH / Catholic College of the Holy Ghost, / Thursday, June 14, 1888, /
AT 1, P.M. [Followed by program, noting that Byron King donated [“offered”]
medals for winners.]
THE IDEAL BOOK OF / ELOCUTION, ORATORY / AND ENTERTAINMENT /                            n. d.
COMPRISING / Recitations, Readings, Plays, Drills, Tableaux, Etc., together with /
Rules for Physical Culture and for the Training of the / Voice and the Use of
Gesture according to the / Delsarte System. / BY / CUMNOCK SCHOOL OF
ORATORY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILL. / [double line] /
Numerous New and Original Musical Compositions for Special / Entertainments,
etc., with many Old Favorites / Compiled and Written / BY / Author of “Guard the
Flag,” “Ballads of the Occident,” Etc. / Illustrated by Special Character Poses, and
Beautiful Half-tone / Illustrations for Tableau, Games and Platform Uses / [double
line] / RICHLY EMBELLISHED WITH / OVER 100 DUOGRAPH AND HALF-TONE
ENGRAVINGS / [line ] / OCCIDENTAL PUBLISHING CO. / M. A. THOMPSON,
PROP. / OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. /
[NOTE: Includes “Parliamentary Law at a Glance.”]

THE IDEAL BOOK OF / ELOCUTION, ORATORY / AND ENTERTAINMENT /                       n. d.
COMPRISING / Recitations, Readings, Plays, Drills, Tableaux, Etc., together with /
Rules for Physical Culture and for the Training of the / Voice and the Use of
Gesture according to the / Delsarte System. / BY / [Pogle’s name missing] /
CUMNOCK SCHOOL OF ORATORY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY,
EVANSTON, ILL. / [double line] / Numerous New and Original Musical
Compositions for Special / Entertainments, etc., with many Old Favorites /
Compiled and Written / BY / [Vicker’s name missing] / Author of “Guard the Flag,”
“Ballads of the Occident,” Etc. / Illustrated by Special Character Poses, and
Beautiful Half-tone / Illustrations for Tableau, Games and Platform Uses / RICHLY
EMBELLISHED WITH / OVER 100 DUOGRAPH AND HALF-TONE
ENGRAVINGS / [line] /
[being a “Vinegar Valentine” postcard -- as identified by seller -- postmarked        n/a
February 1, 1906, Columbus , Ohio and mailed to Elizabeth V. Clancy,
Mechanicsville, Ohio]
THE ELOCUTIONIST / Some reciters are terrible bores / And drive all their friends
out of doors, / And the patter of feet / As the listeners retreat / They take for the
sound of encores! /
[being a postcard with a photograph] Elocution Class, McPherson (Kan.) College n. d.
[showing 33 not very happy-looking individuals. Reverse side a note from a young
woman to her brother, routine matters, postmarked:] MCPHERSON, KANS 1907]

[being a four page theatre program for:] MISS HELEN POTTER’S / Grand               1883
Monologue Entertainment, / PROGRAMME. / READINGS, / HEROIC,
SENTIMENTAL, HUMOROUS. / [includes Sandalphon by Longfellow; Death of the
Old Squire, Anon; Lecture on Art, a la Oscar Wilde; Aunt Melisa, ?; Temperance, a
la John B. Gough] [Under management of St. Ormond Lyceum Bureau; extensive
press review on page 2 ; picture of Potter on page 1 in dress; on page 4 as Wilde]
Alfred Centre, N.Y., / Monday Evening, march 19th, 1883./

KENNEDY HALL / Wed. Even’g Jan. 11th. ‘82 / [picture of Potter holding book,       [1820]
looking to her left] / HELEN POTTER. [Being a program for the event cleverly
done as a miniature book -- drawn to give a three-dimensional effect. Names of
musicians on the program. Potter’s part consists of Pleiades (with the musicians),
<miscellaneous> readings, Impersonations of Talmage, Aunt Melisssa, John B.
Gough. NOTE: Potter’s name always in CAPS; the others not.]

Dramatic Recital! / BY / Miss Elsie Powers, / FROM THE / Emerson College of        1895
Oratory, / This entertainment is given under the auspices of the / LADIES’ AID
SOCIETY, / AT / Union Church East Calais, Vermont, / Thursday Eve. December,
19 1895. / [line] / Miss Powers comes highly recommended as an /Elocutionist, /
and will give selections, / HUMOROUS, DRAMATIC & PATHETIC. / Those that
heard Miss Powers last year will be glade to / avail themselves of this excellent
opportunity to her / her again. During the entertainment she will be assisted / by
SINGING and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. / [line] / ADMISSION 20 CTS.
CHILDREN 10 CTS. / [line] / C. J. Lamb, Printer, East Calais, Vt. /

[boxed title] LELAND POWERS / SCHOOL OF THE / SPOKEN WORD /                         1920
NINETEEN - TWENTY / ADDRESS 31 GARDNER WAY WEST, BOSTON :
MASSACHUSETTS / [being a catalogue for the school with an APPLICATION
FOR ADMISSION laid in]
[also laid in] Phidelah Rice / Summer School / of the Spoken Word / Oak Bluffs /
Martha’s Vineyard / Massachusetts [being a flier for that school]


[being a program for ] ENTERTAINMENT, / Musical and Literary / BY THE /       1886
CHICAGO LADY QUARTETTE / 1ST SOPRANO, MISS CARRIE DAVIS, / 2ND
SOPRANO, MISS ANNIE ROMMEISS, / 1ST ALTO, MRS. MINA ROMMEISS
SUMMY, / 2ND ALTO, MISS PAULINE ROMMEISS / AND / PROF. CARNES,
Elocutionist. / AT / Fullerton Ave. Presbyterian Church, / THURSDAY EVENING ,
FEB. 11, 1886, AT 8 O’CLOCK. / [line] / TICKETS 50 CENTS.. /
[cover:] Fostoria Academy. [p. 2:] PROF. CROUSE’S RHETORICAL CLASS. /       n. d.
SECOND DIVISION. / Second Annual Entertainment. / Monday Evening, June 6th,
1881 / ACADEMY CHAPEL / [p. 3: ] PROGRAMME. [includes 4 orations by
students with names given] / [p. 4 no print, lavishly illustrated]
American / Phonetic Journal /                                               1855

[title boxed] JUVENILE SERIES NO. 8. / CHILDREN’S DIALOGUES / [device] /              n. d.
Short, Easy Dialogues, carefully prepared, / and suitable for children from four / to
eight years of age. / [device] / Published by / HENRY J. WEHMAN, / NEW YORK.
/ Copyright, MDCCCXCII, by R. H. RUSSELL & SON. /
[Pages 77 - 80 laid in from COMIC SCHOOL DIALOGUES]

[Engraving, E. A. Wright, Philadelphia, # 718 - ribbons, lamp of knowledge, leaves, n.d. [1897
open book, Date: Ninety Seven] YOU ARE REQUESTED TO BE PRESENT AT
THE / ANNUAL DEBATE / OF THE / GRADY LITERARY SOCIETY / OF /
RANDOLPH-MACON ACADEMY / FRONT ROYAL, VA. / MAY 14TH, 1897, 7:30
P. M./ [above being the cover title with two additional interior pages giving details
of the program, including the debate proposition: “Has the fear of punishment or
the hope of reward the greater influence on human conduct? and the names of the
orators and declaimers.
[being an unused postcard with photo of approximately 60 men, women, children n. d. 1915
on steps of building with a plaque reading: “H. J. Heinz Co. / Established 1869.”
Written in white at bottom of picture: “Byron King’s School of Oratory / Visit at
Home of Heinz 57 Varieties, Pgh. Pa July 8 1915.” ]

DEDICATED / MISS MARIE BOWEN, THE TALENTED ELOCUTIONIST OF THE n. d.*
SOUTH / [“] A FACE TO BE REMEMBERED [“] / [ b&w h&s photograph of Miss
Bowen] / BY / H. P. DANKS. / PUBLISHED BY / PHILLIPS & CREW / ATLANTA,
GA. / COPYRIGHTED BY PHILLIPS & GREW [sic] W. J. MORGAN, LITH,
CLEVELAND / [From first page: Words by Cora Linden] [Being a piece of sheet
music]
Y.M.C.A. SELECT / READINGS! / --AND-- / CONCERT. / Miss Helen Potter, /                  n. d.
Whose entertainment in the Y.M. C.A. course was such a brilliant success, / and of
whom it is said “she is the greatest female elocutionist in the country,” / will give an
entirely new entertainment in / SMYTH’S HALL, / Wednesday Eve., Feb. 14. /
[MORE... music...names of selections...] Admission 35 Cents. / RESERVED
SEATS, 50 CENTS. / Reserved Seats for sale at Temple & Farrington’s.
Admission tickets at / Temple & Farrington’s , Antiquarian Bookstore, and
Periodical Mart. / Doors open at 7. Commence at 8 o’clock. /[Handbill]

The / Rochester School of Oratory / 81 South Fitzhugh Street, Rochester, N.Y. / [4 n. d. ca1890
X 6” printed photograph of Roberts in white dress] / LILLIAN F. ROBERTS,
Reader. / GRADUATE OF / Cumnock School of oratory, Northwestern University.
[being a 6” X 9” cardboard sheet, one side only, which appears to be an ad for the
Rochester School, but it is not readily apparent as to why this item stands alone.]


THE / FRANKLIN SPEAKER; / CONSISTING OF / DECLAMATIONS AND              n. d.
RECITATIONS. / EDITED BY / OREN ROOT, JR., / AND / JOSIAH H. GILBERT. /
WITH AN INTRODUCTION / BY / ANSON J. UPSON, D. D. / NEW YORK: /
TAINTOR BROTHERS, MERRILL & CO. /
[Cover title boxed:] ROSCHE’S / RECITAIONS , DIALOGS, ETc. / for / Children’s n. d.
Day / NUMBER SIX / A collection of Recitations, Dialogs, / Exercises, Acrostics,
Playlets, Etc. / For the Primary, Junior, Intermediate, / and SEnior Departments of
the / SUNDAY SCHOOL / FOR THE UPBUILDING OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER
/ [drawing of five children, heads only) in a circle / PRICE / 25 c / Published by /
GEO. F. ROSCHE & CO. / 337 W. MADISON ST. / CHICAGO ILL. U.S.A. /

[cover] PATRIOTISM / AND / [U. S. Flag in color on staff] / THE / PLAYGROUND /            n.d. [1890]
A / SOUVENIR / Of Recitation and Song for the / School Children of Iowa / T be
used in the Celebration of our / Annual Arbor Day / Friday, April 25, 1890. / Issued
for the Department of Public Instruction, with kind greetings to / children, teachers,
and all other friends of education. / HENRY SABIN, / Superintendent of Public
Instruction. /
ANNUAL / INTER-SOCIETY PROGRAM / SCHOOL OF THE EVANGELISTS /                              n.d. ca 1900
MOTTO: / “The Poor have the Gospel / Preached unto them.” / JUNE 4, / Saturday
Night, 8 O’clock. / [Apparently the school located in Kimberlin Heights,
Tennessee, which was the subject of an M.A. thesis by Lawrence Thomas Smith,
1986. Johnson being Ashley Sidney Johnson, 1857 - 1925. ] [Program show
Johnson giving the invocation, with a declamation “Yankee in Love,” recital of “Tell-
Tale Heart,” three orations, music and more]
AT THE GOLDEN GATES / ILLUSTRATED PANTOMIMED SONG / Words by                              1904
Father Ryan Music by Sumner Salter / Pantomimed by and Posed under
Direction of Helen Merci Schuster / Copyright 1901, 1904 Edgar S.Werner. /
Photographs by Young and Cole, Cincinnati
Papineau, Illustrated by [H. or M. ???]
[being a 6 X 9 advertisement mailer for SHAFTESBURY MAGAZINE OF                           ca 1893
ORATORY, with testimonials, puffery, and explanation of the four-year planned
run.

Letter of recommendation: “To whom it may concern. This is to certify that Miss     1883
Lulu M. Shields during the last three schools years has been a Teacher in the
public Schools of Hannibal during which time I was President of the Board of
Education and Ex-Officio Supt. of Said Schools. I can very cheerfully commend
her as a faithful earnest, intelligent and Successful Teacher. In the department of
Reading and Elocution she is specially gifted, and I am satisfied she would give
entire satisfaction in any of the middle grades of the graded courses in which she
may be employed. M. C. Foreman, late Pres Bd of Ed - Hannibal Mo. Sn Antonio
Texas July 2nd 1883.
A Winter’s Tale / by / William Shakespeare / presented by / The Senior Class of / 1910
Smith College / June the tenth and the eleventh / nineteen hundred and ten /
Director of Play / Alfred Young / Department of Elocution and Dramatic /
Expression / Ludella L. Peck / . Cover design by / Eleanor B. Hutchinson]

Ad in July, 1893 MCCLURE’S MAGAZINE FOR “COKE DANDRUFF CURE”                              [1893]
Soper gives his endorsement.
I. O. G. D. / St. Mary’s / Benedictine Institute, / Richmond, Virginia, / June, 1892. /   1892
RICHMOND: / TAYLOR & DALTON, PRINTERS..
The / New / Delsarte / Reciter / [figure of woman doing weights with design         n. d.
extending up into the title] /




The / New / Delsarte / Reciter / [figure of woman doing weights with design         n. d.
extending up into the title] / CHICAGO / THE MADISON BOOK CO. /
PUBLISHERS /
The / New / Delsarte / Reciter / [figure of woman doing weights with design         n. d.
extending up into the title] / CHICAGO / THE MADISON BOOK CO. /
PUBLISHERS /
TABLEAUX. / DECEMBER, 1857. / [being a four page, folded, program of                1857
tableaux including Joan of Arc; Ana and the Lion (Faerie Queene), Lady Jane
Grey (Hume), David and Goliath, Sarah Gamp and Betsey Prig (Dickens),
Shakespeare. . . .]
[being a post card, postmarked December 1909, showing Ellen Terry sitting at a      n/a
table reading a book in her hand with her purse and another book on the table.
Probably a picture of a reading rather than a role in a play. Rotary Photographic
Series.]
THE / ELLEN TERRY / LADIES RECITER. / CONTAINING / CHOICE PIECES,                   n. d.
ELEGANT VERSES, SUBLIME SPEECHES, ART / SELECTIONS, SPLENDID
LINES, AND / GRAND RECITATIONS. / A PROPER BOOK / TO PUT IN THE
HANDS OF SCHOOLGIRLS, / SWEETHEARTS, WIVES, AND / DAUGHTERS. /
[line] / NEW YORK: / HURST & CO., PUBLISHERS, / [line] / Copyrighted, 1884,
by HURST & CO.

THE / ELLEN TERRY / LADIES RECITER. / CONTAINING / CHOICE PIECES,                   n. d.
ELEGANT VERSES, SUBLIME SPEECHES, ART / SELECTIONS, SPLENDID
LINES, AND / GRAND RECITATIONS. / A PROPER BOOK / TO PUT IN THE
HANDS OF SCHOOLGIRLS, / SWEETHEARTS, WIVES, AND / DAUGHTERS. /
[line] / NEW YORK: / HURST & CO., PUBLISHERS, / 122 NASSAU STREET. /
[line] / Copyrighted, 1884, by HURST & CO.
[Bound with:} HAWTHORNE’S / TRAGIC RECITER, # 01621.
THE / ELLEN TERRY / LADIES’ RECITER. / CONTAINING /// CHOICE PIECES,                1884 [?]
ELEGANT VERSE, SUBLIME SPEECHES, APT / SELECTIONS, SPLENDID
LINES, AND / GRAND RECITATIONS. / A PROPER BOOK / TO PUT IN THE
HANDS OF SCHOOLGIRLS, / SWEETHEARTS, WIVES, AND / DAUGHTERS. /
[line] / NEW YORK: / HURST & CO., PUBLISHERS, 122 NASSAU STREET. /
[line] / Copyrighted, 1884, by Hurst & Co.
[bound with HAWTHORNE’S TRAGIC RECITER, being pages i -120 below]
THE / ELLEN TERRY / LADIES’ RECITER. / CONTAINING /// CHOICE PIECES,               1884 [?]
ELEGANT VERSE, SUBLIME SPEECHES, APT / SELECTIONS, SPLENDID
LINES, AND / GRAND RECITATIONS. / A PROPER BOOK / TO PUT IN THE
HANDS OF SCHOOLGIRLS, / SWEETHEARTS, WIVES, AND / DAUGHTERS. /
[line] / NEW YORK: / HURST & CO., PUBLISHERS, 122 NASSAU STREET. /
[line] / Copyrighted, 1884, by Hurst & Co.
[bound with HAWTHORNE’S TRAGIC RECITER, being pages i -120 below]
THE FOURTH ANNUAL / ENTERTAINMENT, / OF THE / THETA ALPHA                          1882
SOCIETY, / TO BE HELD IN THE / CHAPEL OF ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL, Friday,
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Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works.]
HOW TO RECITE, /A ND BOOK OF RECITATIONS, / CONTAINING / DUTCH,                    n. d.
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CATALOGUE / OF THE / Troy Conference Academy, / POULTNEY, VERMONT /                1892
JUNE, 1892 / [line] / CIRCULAR FOR 1892-93. / [line] / THE JOURNAL PRESS,
POULTNEY, VT. / [Rev. Howard J. Banker, “Natural Sciences and Elocution.”
Also, page 29 states “Much attention given to” elocution.]

Annual Catalogue / [line] / Troy / Conference Academy, / POULTNEY,               1900
VERMONT / JUNE, 1900 / [line] / CIRCULAR FOR 1900-1901. / [line] /
POULTNEY, VT. / THE JOURNAL BOOK PRINT. / 1900 / [Mrs. Leona Gray cited
as teacher of elocution and physical culture.Names of elocution students listed.
On page 32 elocution offerings described with note that the Emerson method is
included. 1899 FOOTBALL TEAM PICTURED OPPOSITE PAGE 32.]

 Stephen H. Tyng, D.D., Jun., was born in Philadelphia, June 28, 1839. He was      n/ a
graduated at Williams College in 1858, and studied at the Episcopal Theological
Seminary, in Fairfax County, Virginia. While pursuing his professional studies he
had charge of a mission church in Georgetown, D. C. The commencement of the
Civil War obliged him to leave Virginia before the completion of the prescribed
course at the Theological Seminary. He was ordained Deacon at St. George's
Church, New York City, May 8, 1861, and was his father's assistant until May,
1862. He was ordained Priest at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., September 11,1863. Young
Dr. Tyng was rector of the Church of the Mediator, New York City, for two years,
and then organized a new parish, which was known as the Church of the Holy
Trinity. An appropriate building was erected on the corner of Forty-second Street
and Madison Avenue, and was consecrated in 1865. Early in 1873 the old church
was torn down, and on Trinity Sunday, June 8, 1873, the corner-stone of the
present edifice was laid on the same site. The congregation soon became
numerous and influential. They support several mission churches in different parts
of the city, and also maintain a college, or "House of the Evangelists," for the
[being three programs of declamations and recitations] [1] Senior Exhibition,      1868; 69; 70
Corinthian Hall, Friday, Dec. 4, 1868; [2] Sophomore Prize Declamations,
Corinthian Hall, Monday, July 12, 1869; [3] Senior Exhibition, Corinthian Hall,
Friday, Feb. 25, 1870. / [Each one page folded to four 5 X 8”; title on page 1,
program on pages 2 & 3 with names and selections cited; date, class, etc. on page
4]
[being an advertising card] [Front:] Virginia Institute Opens Thursday,September           1907
12th / Briston, Virginia Nineteen hundred and seven / [picture of school] / A Select
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Heathful climate, free from malaria. Inspiring montain scenery. Building of 165
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Recitations. Now used in the Principal Schools of Elocution / [line] /
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COMPANY / [cover title: Columbian Speaker for Boys and Girls] Part I, Francois
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Selections
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[being a letterhead with all torn away below Dear Sir] [Picture of college in a circle] n / a
/ The Normal College. / W. J. Swigart, / Evidences of Christianity, / Physiology,
Elocution. / Huntingdon, Pa., Mar. 11, 1890 / Dear Sir, /


ORDER OF EXERCISES / AT THE / EXHIBITION / OF THE / Warren School, /                       1880
[device] / Monday, June 28, 1880, / AT 1 P. M. / /

[Singing , readings, declamation, speeches}
Prize Declamation / [four-color picture of forest scene] / SEMINARY HALL,            n. d. [1889]
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material from Twain, Whittier, Max Adeler, Macauley, Stockton Bates, George
Vickers, Elizabeth S. Phelps]
Our Latest / CATALOGUE / OF / Useful and Entertaining / BOOKS / FOR                  ca 1900
PLEASURE AND PROFIT / [price, terms] [Stamped: ] Wehman Bros.
[being a sheet, approximately 12 X 16 folded into eight pages]

A SONG THAT TOUCHES THE HEART / THE LITTLE ROOM WHERE BABY                           n.d. [1900* or 1901]
USED TO SLEEP / [head and shoulders picture of:] KITTY D. MILEY / SONG
BOOK / THIS BOOK CONTAINS / New and Old Songs / Amusing Experiments / /
and Parodies / Jolly Jokes for Funny Folks / Comic Recitations / Funny Readings /
(The Latest Roasts by the Parody // Shakespeare, Harry S. Sargent) / Published
by Wehman Bros., 146 Park Row, New York. [Being a catalog with extensive lyrics
and some prose]
1892 CATALOGUE 1892 / ISSUED BY HENRY J. WEHMAN, / 130 Park                          1892
Row, New York City.
[Includes songs, recitations, comic dialogues, as well as magic, witchcraft,
cookbooks and other miscellaneous works. Songs make up the largest number of
entries.]
[silver and gold design] TREE DAY / 1906 [Arbor Day ceremony with orator]            n. d. [1906]
[Essential data from cover title:] 68th Annual / Utica Eisteddfod / under the        1927
auspices of Cymreigyddion Society / Utica, N. Y. / State Armory / Ded. 31st 1927
and Jan. 2nd, 1928 / [Being a program with many interesting ads for merchants
and notations of music and recitation on the program. Welsh]
[cover title:] The Scarlet Letter / CONDENSED AND ARRANGED FOR A                     n. d.
READING. / [photograph of unidentified person posing as Hester] / Published by - -
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DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE / OF THE / PUBLICATIONS / OF / EDGAR S.                        n. d. [ca 1892]
WERNER / 28 West 23rd Street, New York. / HEADQUARTERS FOR / VOCAL ,
ELOCUTIONARY , AND DRAMATIC /LITERATURE ....
[being 142 issues, bound in 7 books, intermittent numbers missing; 1879 - 1894.  1879 - 1894
Publication continuted until 1902. Offical organ of the Music Teahcers’ National
Association, Dec. 1880-1882. Founded and for many years edited by E. S.
Werner. Title varies; 1879-1888, The Voice; 1889-Oct.1902 Werner’s Voice
Magazine; Nov. 1902 - Dec.. 1902, Werner’s Magazine; a magazine of expression
(subtitel varies) Merged into the Philharmonic.
Issues in this set:
BOUND BOOK ONE::
Vol. 1, 1879, Noes. 4, 10, 11;
Vol. II, 1880, Noes. 4, 8, 11, 12;
Vol. III, 1881, Noes. 9, 10, 11, 12;
Vol. IV, 1882, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 (combined issue), 8, 11, 12;
Vol. V, 1883, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12;
Vol. VI, 1884, Noes. 1, 2, 3.

BOUND BOOK TWO:
Vol VI (continued from Book One) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12;
Vol. VII, 1885, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, 12:
Vol. VIII, 1886, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11;

BOUND BOOK THREE:
 Vol. IX, 1887, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12;
 Vol. X, 1888, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:
[NOTE: No issues in this set for Vol. XI, 1889}

BOUND BOOK FOUR:
Vol. XII, 1890, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9. 10, 11;
Vol. XIII, 1891, Noes. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12:

BOUND BOOK FIVE:
Vol. XIV, 1892, Noes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:

BOUND BOOK SIX: and Recitations / No. 2 / ALL-ROUND RECITATIONS /
Werner’s / Readings                                                              1910
[publisher’s device] / EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / NEW YORK /
Copyright, 1890, 1910, by Edgar S. Werner /
Werner’s / Readings and Recitations / NUMBER TWENTY-SIX [No. 26] /               [1923]
[publisher’s device] /NEW YORK / EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY /
Copyright, 1902, by Edgar S. Werner Publishing & Supply Co. / Copyright, 1923.
M. S. T. Werner /
1939 / Catalog / READINGS / PLAYS / ENTERTAINMENTS / WETMORE /                   1939
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ON A METHODICAL PLAN / PROJECTED BY SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. /
THIRD EDITION / [line] First Division. Pure Sciences. [line] RHETORIC. /

HISTORIC DOUBTS / RELATIVE TO / NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, / AND /                     1853
HISTORIC CERTAINTIES / RESPECTING THE / EARLY HISTORY OF
AMERICA. /
HISTORIC DOUBTS / RELATIVE TO / NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, / AND /                            1856
HISTORIC CERTAINTIES / RESPECTING THE / EARLY HISTORY OF
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[decorated cover] Williston Seminary. / 45TH ANNIVERSARY. / [line] /                    n. d. [1886]
EXHIBITION IN / Oratory and Reading / BY MEMBERS OF THE / Adelphia and
Gamma Sigma Societies, / FOR THE / DICKINSON-WHITNEY PRIZES / OF $50
EACH. / Monday, June 21, 1886, at 8 P. M. / [line] / MUSIC BY THE /
EASTHAMPTON ORCHESTRAL CLUB. / Easthampton News, Print. /
[Being a four-page prospectus for the Wilmington Conference Academy with J. W.          1878
Freley as teacher of Natural Science and Elocution, for the school’s second year,
1878-79] PLUS
[five letters from Skinner to Freley about the pending appointment. One possible
reference to elocution in the mention of a magic lantern to be among the scientific
apparatus purchased to be used for “entertainments”] Letters dated May and June
and deal mostly with terms of appointment]
ELOCUTIONARY ENTERTAINMENT / CHAPEL, / Lake Erie Seminary, / Under                      n. d. [1873
the Direction of / FLOYD B. WILSON. / Professor of E locution and Physical
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information adress / [inserted:] Registration for new term after Jan. 3, 1912. / Mrs.
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[being a one-page, 11 X 14” broadside]                                                  1901
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[from] GAY’S / ILLUSTRATED / CIRCLE OF KNOWLEDGE / FORMING / A                          n. d.
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Brothers; New York]
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RUTH & CO., / PHILADELPHIA AND CHICAGO. / 1888. /

Da capo / heitere Vortrage [PERFORMANCE] fur Damen [WOMEN or LADIES               n. d.*
AND GENTLEMEN] / Eine Sammlung [COLLECTION] / Icherzhafter
[EXHORTER] Deklamationsgedichte. [POEMS FOR DECLAMATION] /
Gerausgegebett / Von / A. Bourset / [device] / Reutlingen / Drud und Derlag von
Rob. Bardtenschlager.

TWO COMPENDS / [seen notes with book]                                             1803

THE / POETS AND THE POETRY / OF / THE ANCIENT GREEKS / WITH / AN    1854
HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION, / AND A BRIEF VIEW OF / GRECIAN
PHILOSOPHERS, ORATORS, AND HISTORIANS. / BY / ABRAHAM MILLS, A.
M. / AUTHOR OF THE LITERATURE AND THE LITEARY MEN OF GREAT
BRITAIN / AND IRELAND, ETC. ETC. / BOSTON: / PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND
COMPANY. / NEW YORK: JAMES C. DERBY. / 1854. /
THE / UNDERSTANDING READER: / OR, / KNOWLEDGE BEFORE ORATORY. 1805
/
THE / UNDERSTANDING READER: / OR, / KNOWLEDGE BEFORE ORATORY. n. d.
/ BEING A NEW / SELECTION OF LESSONS, / SUITED TO THE
UNDERSTANDING AND CAPACI- / TIES OF YOUTH AND DESIGNED FOR
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THING OF THE KIND EVER BEFORE / PUBLISHED. / [line] / BY DANIEL
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SEVENTH EDITION. / Our boys often read as parrots speak, knowing little or /
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THE / MONITORIAL READER, / DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF / ACADEMIES          1841
AND SCHOOLS; / AND AS / A MONITOR TO YOUTH, / HOLDING UP TO THEIR
VIEW MODELS WHEREBY TO FORM / THEIR OWN CHARACTERS. / [line] / BY
DANIEL ADAMS, M. D. / AUTHOR OF “ADAMS’ NEW ARITHMETIC,’ &c. / [line] /
CONCORD, N. H. / ROBY, KIMBALL & MERRILL. / 1841. /

GESTURE / A;ND / PANTOMIMIC ACTION / BY / FLORENCE A. FLOWLE                           1891
ADAMS / [device] / NEW YORK / EDGAR S. WERNER / 1891 /

AN / INAUGURAL ORATION, / DELIVERED AT / THE AUTHOR’S                     1806
INSTALLATION, / AS BOYLSTON PROFESSOR OF / RHETORICK AND
ORATORY, / AT/ HARVARD UNIVERSITY, IN CAMBRIDGE,
MASSACHUSETTS. / ON THURSDAY, 12 JUNE, 1806. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND ORATORY, / DELIVERED / TO THE                1810
CLASSES OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR SOPHISTERS / IN HARVARD
UNIVERSITY. / [line] / BY JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, LL.D. / LATE BOYLESTON
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ORATORY. / [line/line] / IN TWO VOLUMES. /
[line] / VOL. I. /[VOL. II] [line] / CAMBRIDGE: / PRINTED BY HILLIARD AND
METCALF / [line] / 1810.

SELECTIONS / FOR / CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, / FOR /                                  1889
RECITATIONS AND READINGS / IN THE / SUNDAY SCHOOL, DAY SCHOOL, /
AND FOR / HOME ENTERTAINMENT / [line] / COMPILED BY / MRS. P. A.
ADAMS. / [line] / BOSTON : / JAMES H. EARLE, PUBLISHER, / / 178
WASHINGTON STREET. / 1889. /
THE / AMERICAN ORATOR’S OWN BOOK. /                                                    1853
THE / AMERICAN / ORATOR’S OWN BOOK. / COMPILED BY J. AGAR. / [line] /                  1857
NEW YORK: / MILLER, ORTON & CO., 25 PARK ROW. / 1857
The HOME / READER / AND / RECITER / COMPILED / BY / MARIA / ALBRIGHT                   n. d.
/The Christian Herald, Bible House, New York.
THE / BOY’S GUIDE / TO USEFULNESS. / DESIGNED / TO PREPARE THE                         1849
WAY FOR THE “YOUNG / MAN’S GUIDE.” / BY WILLIAM A. ALCOTT. / [line] /
BOSTON: / STRONG AND BRODHEAD. / 1849. /
Inscribed: “Presented to William Malls / as a token of aprobation (sic) / by this
Teacher / E. A. Shaw / Buffalo Jan 1st 1850 / for largest number of verses / recited
to this date /
THE / SPEAKER / CONTAINING / I. A COLLECTION F PIECES IN PROSE. / II. 1810
A COLLECTION OF PIECES IN VERSE. / III. A COLLECTION OF DIALOGUES. /
BEING / THE FOURTH PART / OF A / COLUMBIAN EXERCISE. / THE WHOLE
COMPRISING / AN EASY AND SYSTEMATICAL METHOD OF TEACHING / AND
OF LEARNING / THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE / [line] / BY ABNER ALDEN, A. M.
/[line] / Boston, / PRINTED BY BUCKINGHAM & TITCOME, / FOR THOMAS &
ANDREWS, NO. 45, NEWBURY-STREET. / [line] / March, 1810.

THE READER: CONTAINING / I. THE ART OF DELIVERY--ARTICULATION,                  1808
ACCENT / PRONUNCIATION, EMPHASIS, PAUSES, KEY OR / PITCH OF THE
VOICE, AND TONES. / A SELECTION OF LESSONS IN THE VARIOUS / KINDS
OF PROSE. / II. POETICK NUMBERS. STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH VERSE-- /
FEET AND PAUSES, MEASURE AND MOVEMENT-- / MELODY, HARMONY
AND EXPRESSION. / RULES FOR READING VERSE. / A SELECTION OF
LESSONS IN THE VARIOUS / KINDS OF VERSE. / BEING / The Third Part / OF
A / COLUMBIAN EXERCISE. / THE WHOLE COMPRISING / A EASY AND
SYSTEMATICAL METHOD OF TEACHING /AND OF EARNING / THE ENGLISH
LANGUAGE. / [line] / BY ABNER ALDEN, A. M. / [line] / Third Edition***Corrected
and improved. [double line] / BOSTON: / PRINTED BY J. T. BUCKINGHAM, /
FOR THOMAS & ANDREWS, NO. 48, NEWBURY-STREET. / [double dotted line]
/ July, 1808. /

[THE POETICAL READER; A MISCELLANY GATHERED FROM ORIGINAL AND 1890 ??
CALSSIC SOURCES] [Title page missing; this information from Word Cat. and
enclosed in the book.]
THE / NATURAL SPEAKER. / BEING / SELECTIONS / TO AID THE STUDENT          1870
IN ACQUIRING A SIMPLE, NATURAL, / BUSINESS-LIKE STYLE OF
SPEAKING. / BY / JOSEPH ALDEN, D. D., LL. D., / PRESIDENT OF NEW YORK
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. / WITH A PREFATORY NOTE / BY / JAMES
McCOSH, D. D., LL. D., / PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY. /
NEW YORK: / D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, / 90, 92 & 94 GRAND STREET. /
1870. /
THE ART OF DEBATE /                                                       n. d.

A CHART / OF / THE EMERSON SYSTEM / OF / PHYSICAL EXERCISES /                                  n. d.
GIVING THE TIME FOR EACH MOVEMENT, AS ARRANGED TO MUSIC / BY
MRS. C. W. EMERSON / WITH AN / INTRODUCTION AND QUOTATIONS /
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Physiology, and Voice / in the Emerson College of Oratory / BOSTON / SILAS A.
ALDEN / EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY /
ORTHOGRAPHICAL / EXERCISES: /                                                                  1828
THE PROGRESSIVE COURSE IN READING / FIFTH BOOK / PART I /                                      n. d.
INFORMATION -- LITERATURE -- ORAL EXPRESSION. / BY / GEORGE I.
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Successful / Recitations / by / Jessie Alexander / AUTHOR OF / “Jessie               n. d.
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“Some of Canada’s Leading Elocutionists,” [being a two-page article in THE           1894
LADIES’ JOURNAL, pp. 6 - 7; Vol. XIV; No. 2, February, 1894] [and]
“Elocutionary” [being the inaugural effort of a new “department” of the magazine,
signed by “Jotter,” who is almost certainly Jeannie Wetherald -- probably a relative
of the journal editor, Jane H. Wetherald. It contains a brief essay by Martha Smith,
“What is meant by the teaching of elocution?” and briefly reports on elocutionary
activities. Two columns in length, p. 10.]]


Fete in Flowerland / OPERETTA FOR CHILDREN OR ADULTS / ANY NUMBER                   1902
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ROCK ME TO SLEEP [MOTHER] / Illustrated Pantomimed Song / Words and                 1907 [?]
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Oratory / BY / JOHN P. ALTGELD / [device] / THE PUBLIC / Ellsworth Building,     1915
Chicago / 1915 /
PUBLIC SPEAKER’S MAGAZINE (founded, 1922                                         1927-28
[being a bound volume consisting of Vol. 6 , noes 51, January 1957; 52, February
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American Historians, / Orators, Statesmen and Poets, / WITH / EXPLANATORY
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A / COMPLETE CLASS - MANUAL / OF / UNITED STATES HISTORY, / TO
WHICH ARE ADDED A / VOCABULARY OF DIFFICULT WORDS AND A
BIOGRAPHICAL / INDEX OF AUTHORS. / BY / JOHN J. ANDERSON, A. M., /
Author of a “Grammar School History of the United States,” a “Pictorial / School
History of the United States,” a “Manual of General History,” / a “History of
England,” “The Historical Reader, “ etc. etc. / NEW YORK: CLARK & MAYNARD,
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THE / UNITED STATES READER / EMBRACING / Selections from Eminent                  1876
American Historians, / Orators, Statesmen and Poets, / WITH / EXPLANATORY
OBSERVATIONS, NOTES, ETC. / THE WHOLE ARRANGED SO AS TO FORM
A / COMPLETE CLASS-MANUAL / OF / United States History, / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED A / VOCABULARY OF DIFFICULT WORDS AND A BIOGRAPHICAL /
INDEX OF AUTHORS / BY / JOHN J. ANDERSON, A.M., / Author of a “Grammar
School History of the United States,” a “Pictorial / School History of the United
States,” a “Manual of General History,” / a “History of England,” “The Historical
Reader,” etc., etc. / NEW YORK: CLARK & MAYNARD, PUBLISHERS, / 5
BARCLAY STREET. / 1876 / [with pp. ix-xxv being “Principles of Elocution.”]

THE / UNITED STATES READER / EMBRACING / Selections from Eminent                  1895
American Historians, / Orators, Statesmen and Poets, / WITH / EXPLANATORY
OBSERVATIONS, NOTES, ETC. / THE WHOLE ARRANGED SO AS TO FORM
A / COMPLETE CLASS-MANUAL / OF / United States History, / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED A / VOCABULARY OF DIFFICULT WORDS AND A BIOGRAPHICAL /
INDEX OF AUTHORS. / BY / JOHN J. ANDERSON, A.M. / Author of a “Grammar
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OF GESTURES. / TOGETHER WITH / Choice Selections for Readings and
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THE / COLUMBIAN READER; /                                                          1815

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THE ART OF / SPEAKING: /                                                             1676
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WERNER’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / No. 18 / FRANCES E.                          [1898]
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[Being a scrap book by an anonymous compiler with hundreds of poems, stories, [1870]
jokes and illustrations pasted over the text pages -- mostly the odd pages -- of
McGuffey NEW FIFTH ECLECTIC READER, Cincinnati, Wilson and Hinkle, 1870,
338 pp. Among the illustrations is a depiction of the signs used by the deaf,
opposite page 284 ]
A / GRAMMAR OF ELOCUTION : / ADAPTED TO THE / USE OF TEACHERS                    1858
AND LEARNERS / IN THE / Art of Reading; / BEING / A DIGEST OF THE
PRINCIPLES OF VOCAL DELIVERY. / AN INDUCTIVE SYSTEM, N THREE
PARTS: / ARTICULATION, INTONATION, AND MEASURE. / AS TAUGHT AT
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PHILADELPHIA / PUBLISHED BY H. COWPERTHWAIT & CO. / BOSTON: /
SHEPARD, CLARK & BROWN. / 1858.

LA / RHETORIQUE / D’ARISTOTE                                                   1698
ROGER ASCHAM / ENGLISH WORKS / TOXOPHILUS / REPORT OF THE                              1904
AFFAIRES AND STATE OF GERMANY / THE SCHOLEMASTER / EDITED BY /
WILLIAM ALDIS WRIGHT, M.A., / VICE-MASTER OF TRINITY COLLEGE,
CAMBRIDGE/ [publisher’s device] / CAMBRIDGE: / at the University Press / 1904
/
PRINCIPLES / OF / ELOCUTION AND VOCAL CULTURE: / IN WHICH THE /                        1872
RULES FOR CORRECT READING AND SPEAKING, AND DIRECTIONS / FOR
IMPROVING AND STRENGTHENING THE / VOICE ARE GIVEN. / AND ALSO /
A VARIETY OF EXERCISES AND SELECTIONS / FOR PRACTICE. / BY REV. B.
W. ATWELL, / PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION. / THIRD EDITION. /
PROVIDENCE: / BANGS WILLIAMS PUBLISHING CO. / NEW YORK: / J. W.
SCHERMERHORN & CO. / 1872 /
THE / AUSTINIAN SYSTEM / OF / Elocution and Oratory. / EMBRACING / A                   n. d. [1896?]
COMPREHENSIVE CODE OF LAWS UNDERLYING THE / TRUE PROCESS OF
DEVELOPING VOCAL / AND PHYSICAL EXPRESSION. / [line] / BY /
VALOROUS ADWIN AUSTIN, B. O., / Teacher of Elocution and Oratory / SALINA,
KANSAS. / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. /
[NOTE: Title page states “PART I.”]
THE / ORTHOEPIST: / A PRONOUNCING MANUAL, / CONTAINING / ABOUT                         1891
THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED WORDS, / INCLUDING / A
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device] / NEW YORK: D. APPLETON & COMPANY, / 1, 3, AND 5 BOND
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THE / VERBALIST / A MANUAL                                                             1909


THE / VERBALIST: / A MANUAL, / DEVOTED / TO BRIEF DISCUSSIONS OF                       1887
THE RIGHT AND THE / WRONG USE OF WORDS / ....

THE ESSENTIALS / OF / ELOCUTION / BY / ALFRED AYRES / AUTHOR OF                         n. d.
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THE / ENGLISH GRAMMAR / OF / WILLIAM COBBETT. / CAREFULLY                               1909
REVISED AND ANNOTATED / BY ALFRED AYRES, / AUTHOR OF “THE
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Acting and Actors / Elocution and Elocutionists / A BOOK ABOUT THE THEATER             1894
FOLK / AND THEATER ART / BY / ALFRED AYRES / AUTHOR OF THE
ORTHOEPIST, THE VERBALIST, THE ESSENTIALS OF ELOCUTION, THE
MENTOR, ETC. / WITH / PREFACE BY HARRISON GREY FISKE /
INTRODUCTION BY EDGAR S. WERNER / PROLOGUE BY JAMES A
WALDRON / More than all else it is an actor’s utterance that fixes his / position as
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A / MANUAL OF GESTURE / CHICAGO: / PRINTED BY JOHN W. DEAN, BOOK                       1870
AND JOB PRINTER. / 1870. / [title page same, but boxed]
A / MANUAL OF GESTURE; / EMBRACING A COMPLETE / SYSTEM OF                              1873
NOTATION, / TOGETHER WITH THE / PRINCIPLES OF INTERPRETATION /
AND / SELECTIONS FOR PRACTICE. / [line] / BY ALBERT M. BACON, A.M. /
PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION. / [line] / “Association’s mystic power combines /
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GRIGGS AND COMPANY. / 1873
A / MANUAL OF GESTURE; / EMBRACING A COMPLETE / SYSTEM OF                              1875
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A COLLEGE MANUAL OF / RHETORIC                                                         1903

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 LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / By HUGH BLAIR,                   1787
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PHILADELPHIA.
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METCALF, PRINTER -- WENDELL, MASS / 1823. / [page 271 is title page for ]
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AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF / BLAIR’S LECTURES / ON RHETORIC. / REVISED                1822
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AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES / ON RHETORIC. / BY HUGH BLAIR,                     1816
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AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORIC. /[line] / BY HUGH                      1818
BLAIR, D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH / AND
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LET - / TRES IN THE UNIVERSITY
OF EDINBURGH. / [line] / SALEM: / PUBLISHED BY THOMAS CAREY, / AND
SOLD AT HIS BOOKSTORE, ESSEX - STREET. / [dotted line] / 1818. /

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BLAIR, D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND /
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MARGINAL QUESTIONS, / NUMBERED TO CORRESPOND WITH /
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AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORIC. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. D. 1818
/ REVISED AND CORRECTED. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED, / QUESTIONS /
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ACADEMIES / BY AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER OF YOUTH. / [double line] /
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/ REVISED AND CORRECTED. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED, / QUESTIONS /
ADAPTED TO THE ABOVE WORK: / FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND
ACADEMIES / BY AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER OF YOUTH. / [double line] /
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BLAIR, D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND /
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC & BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY OF
EDINBURGH. / double line / Revised and Corrected. / double line /
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D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR
OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF
EDINBURGH. /line/ NEW EDITION, / WITH APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS TO
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D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR
OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF
EDINBURGH. /line/ NEW EDITION, / WITH APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS TO
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OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF
EDINBURGH. /line/ NEW EDITION, / WITH APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS TO
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AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC. / [device] / BY HUGH                     1818
BLAIR, D. D. / One of the Ministers of the High Church, and Professor of Rhetoric /
and Belles Letters [sic] in the University of Edinburgh. / [device] / POTTER’S
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and Belles Lettres in the University of Edinburgh. / [line] / REVISED AND
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HUGH BLAIR, D. D. / One of the Ministers of the High Church, and Professor of
Rhetoric / and Belles Lettres in the University of Edinburgh. / [short double line] /
REVISED AND CORRECTED . / [double line] / TROY: / PRINTED BY PARKER
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An /Abridgment / of / Lectures on Rhetoric. /line/ BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D. / ONE OF         1853
THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF / RHETORIC
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CAREFULLY REVISED AND CORRECTED, / BY AN EXPERIENCE TEACHER. /
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INTERROGATING./ double line / BY SAMUEL WORCESTER. / double line /

AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORIC. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. D. / 1818
REVISED AND CORRECTED, /
CHEAP STEREOTYPE EDITION. / LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES 1830
LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. D. F.R.S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS
OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES
LETTRES IN THE / UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED /
COPIOUS QUESTIONS, / AND / AN ANALYSIS OF EACH LECTURE. / BY /
ABRAHAM MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] /
NEW - YORK: / G. & C. & H. CARVILL, NO. 108 BROADWAY. / [line] / 1830. /
CHEAP STEREOTYPE EDITION. / LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES 1831
LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. D. F.R.S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS
OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES
LETTRES IN THE / UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED /
COPIOUS QUESTIONS, / AND / AN ANALYSIS OF EACH LECTURE. / BY /
ABRAHAM MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] /
THIRD EDITION. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / G. & C. & H. CARVILL, NO. 108
BROADWAY. / [line] / 1831 /

Collins & Co.’s Sterotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON        1831
RHETORIC. / ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / double line / NEW-YORK: /
COLLINS & CO., 117 MAIDEN-LANE. / W. E. Dean, Printer. / [line] / 1831.
Collins & Co.’s Sterotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON        1830
RHETORIC. / ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / double line / New-York: /
PUBLISHED BY COLLINS & CO. / NO. 117 MADEN-LANE. / [short line] / J. & J.
Harper, Printers. / [short line] / 1830
Dean’s Stereotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON RHETORIC /     1839
ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / double line / NEW - YORK: / WILLIAM E.
DEAN, PRINTER & PUBLISHER, 2 ANN ST. / COLLINS, KEESE & CO.K 254
PEARL STREET. / 1839. /
Dean’s Stereotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON RHETORIC /     1849
ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / double line / NEW - YORK: / W. E. DEAN,
PRINTER & PUBLISHER, / 2 ANN STREET. / [line] / 1849.
/
Dean’s Stereotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON RHETORIC /     1840
ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / double line / NEW - YORK: / WILLIAM E.
DEAN, PRINTER & PUBLISHER, / 2 ANN STREET. / COLLINS, KEESE & CO.K
254 PEARL STREET. / 1840. /
Dean’s Stereotype Edition. / line / DR. BLAIR’S / LECTURES ON RHETORIC. /    1868
ABRIDGED. / WITH QUESTIONS. / device /
ESSAYS / ON / RHETORIC: / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / DR. BLAIR’s                1789
Lectures / ON THAT / SCIENCE. / [double line] / BOSTON: / PRINTED FOR, AND
SOLD BY EDMUND FREEMAN / STATE - STREET. / [line] / M,DCC,LXXXIX.
[1789] /

ESSAYS / ON / RHETORIC: / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / Dr. Blair’s Lectures / May, 1797
ON THAT / SCIENCE. / double line / Third American Edition, with Additions and /
improvements. / double line /

ESSAYS / ON / RHETORIC: / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / DR. BLAIR’S                1798
LECTURES / ON THAT / SCIENCE. / line / A NEW EDITION / WITH /
ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. / double line /

ESSAYS / ON / RHETORIC: / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / DR. BLAIR’s                1785
LECTURES / ON THAT SCIENCE. / [line] / THE SECOND EDITION, / WITH /
ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. / [line] / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR J.
MURRAY, NO. 32, FLEET- / STREET. / MDCCLXXXV. / [1785]
ESSAYS / ON / RHETORICK: / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / DR. BLAIR’s               1793
LECTURES / ON THAT / SCIENCE. / line / A NEW EDITION / WITH /
ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS/ double line /
ESSAYS / ON RHETORIC, / ABRIDGED CHIEFLY FROM / Dr. BLAIR’s                          1801
LECTURES / ON THAT / SCIENCE. / [double line] / The FOURTH EDITION, /
WITH / ADDITIONS and IMPROVEMENTS. [double line] / [printer’s device] /
LONDON: PRINTED FOR VERNOR AND HOOD, IN THE POULTRY; CROSBY /
AND LETTERMAN, STATIORER’S-COURT; AND LACKING- / TON, ALLEN, AND
CO. / [short double line] / 1801. / [printer’s device] / Tewkesbury: Printed by W.
Dyde. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR,                    1819
D. D. & F. R. S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE /
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / EIGHTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE LAST
EDINBURGH EDITION. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / PUBLISHED BY COLLINS &
HANNAY, NO. 230 PEARL-STREET/ [dotted line] / Jas. & John Harper, Printers, /
No. 138 Fulton - Street. / [dotted line] / 1819. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR,                    1819
D. D. & F. R. S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE /
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / EIGHTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE LAST
EDINBURGH EDITION. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / PUBLISHED BY W. B. GILLEY,
NO. 92 BROADWAY / [dotted line] / Jas. & John Harper, Printers, / No. 138 Fulton
- Street. / [dotted line] / 1819. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH                  1826
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. E. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC / AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / [line] / FOURTEENTH AMERICAN, / FROM
THE LAST LONDON EDITION. / TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, / THE LIFE OF THE
AUTHOR. / [line] / New - York: / PUBLISHED JAMES AND JOHN HARPER, /
FOR MESSRS. E. DUYCKINCK, COLLINS,& HANNAY, COLLINS & CO., J.
GRIGG, / AND R. H. SMALL, PHILADELPHIA; O.D. COOK & CO., HARTFORD /
[line] / 1826. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH                  1824
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. E. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC / AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / [line] / THIRTEENTH AMERICAN, / FROM
THE LAST LONDON EDITION. / TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED / THE LIFE OF
THE AUTHOR. / [line] / New - York: / PUBLISHED JAMES AND JOHN HARPER, /
FOR MESSRS. E. DUYCKINCK, COLLINS,& HANNAY, COLLINS & CO. / E.
BLISS & E. WHITE, AND VALENTINE SEAMAN / [line] / 1824. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH                  1817
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH
CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN
THE / UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / SEVENTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE
LAST EDINBURGH EDITION. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / PRINTED AND
PUBLISHED BY GEORGE LONG, / NO. 71 PEARL-STREET / [line] / 1817. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH     1817
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH
CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN
THE / UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / SEVENTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE
LAST EDINBURGH EDITION. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / PUBLISHED BY S. A.
BURTUS, NO. 19 PECK - SLIP, / CORNER OF WATER - STREET. / G. Long,
Printer / [line] / 1817. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH     1807
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / FOURTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE
NINTH AND LAST LONDON EDITION / [line] / IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I /
[line] /BROOKLYN: / PRINTED BY THOMAS KIRK, SANDS - STREET. / [dotted
line] / 1807 /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR,       1814
D.D. AND F.R.S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE /
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / SIXTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE LATEST
EDINBURGH EDITION. / [double line] / NEW-YORK: / PUBLISHED BY RICHARD
SCOTT, / No. 276 PEARL-STREET. / short line] / 1814. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR,       1814
D.D. AND F.R.S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE /
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. / SIXTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE LATEST
EDINBURGH EDITION. / [double line] / NEW-YORK: / PUBLISHED BY THOMAS
A. RONALDS, / No. 133 PEARL-STREET. / short line] / 1814. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1793       March 19
D. & F. R. S. ED / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND /
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY
OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / IN TWO VOLUMES / [line] / VOL I. [VOL. II] / THE
SECOND AMERICAN EDITION / FROM THE FOURTH LONDON EDITION /
[line] / PHILADELPHIA: / FROM THE PRESS OF MATHEW CAREY / MARCH 19-
M. DCC.XCII. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH    1812
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / FIFTH AMERICAN, / FROM THE NINTH
AND LAST LONDON EDITION / [line] / IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I / [line]
/BROOKLYN: / PRINTED BY THOMAS KIRK, MAIN - STREET. / [dotted line] /
1812 /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH    1804
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / FIRST AMERICAN, [sic] / FROM THE
NINTH AND LAST LONDON EDITION / IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I / [line] /
PUBLISHED BY MANNING AND MORSE, PHILADELPHIA: / [dotted line] / T. S.
MANNING, PRINTER / [line] / 1804.
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY HUGH            1802
BLAIR, D. D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND /
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY, /
OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: /
PRINTED BY P. BYRNE, 72, CHESNUT - STREET. / [line] / 1802 /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1789
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR / OF
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY, / OF EDINBURGH.
/[line] / IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I / [line] / DUBLIN; / PRINTED FOR MESSRS.
COLLES, MONCRIEFFE, GILBERT, / WALKER, EXSHAW, WHITE AND BYRNE
/ M,DCC,LXXXIX
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC / AND BELLES LETTRES. / By HUGH BLAIR,             1783
D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND / PROFESSOR
OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY, OF
EDINBURGH. / IN THREE VOLUMES. / [VOL. I] / DUBLIN: / Printed for Messrs.
WHITESTONE, COLLES, BURNET, / MONCRIEFFE, GILBERT, WALKER,
EXSHAW, / WHITE, BEATTY, BURTON, BYRNE, / PARKER, AND CASH. / [line]
/ M,DCC,LXXXIII. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND / BELLES LETTRES. / BY / HUGH BLAIR,       1850
D. D. F. R. S. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH. / AND
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY OF
EDINBURGH. / [line] / COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME. / [line] / HALIFAX: /
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM MILNER, / CHEAPSIDE. / [line] /
MDCCCL /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY / HUGH     1831
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. E. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC / AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / A NEW EDITION / [line] / COMPLETE IN
ONE VOLUME. / [line] / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR BUMPUS AND GRIFFIN, 3,
SKINNER STREET; / AND RICHARD GRIFFIN AND CO., GLASGOW. / 1831 /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / BY / HUGH         1825
BLAIR, D. D. & F. R. S. E. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH,
AND PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC / AND BELLES LETTRES, IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /[line] / A NEW EDITION / [line] / COMPLETE IN
ONE VOLUME. / [line] / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR WILLIAM BAYNES AND
SON, PATERNOSTER ROW; / AND TO BE HAD OF ALL BOOKSELLERS. / [line]
/ 1825 /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. 1854
D. F.R.S. / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE
UNIVERSITY, / AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, OF
EDINBURGH. / With a Memoir of the Author’s Life. / [line] / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED / Copious Questions; and an Analysis of each Lecture. / BY / ABRAHAM
MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / Stereotype
University, College and School edition. / PHILADELPHIA: / HAYES & ZELL, 193
MARKET STREET / 1854. /
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. 1858
D. F.R.S. / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE
UNIVERSITY, / AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, OF
EDINBURGH. / With a Memoir of the Author’s Life. / [line] / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED / Copious Questions; and an Analysis of each Lecture. / BY / ABRAHAM
MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / Stereotype
University, College and School edition. / PHILADELPHIA: / HAYES & ZELL, 439
MARKET STREET / 1858
LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. 1866
D. F.R.S. / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE
UNIVERSITY, / AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, OF
EDINBURGH. / With a Memoir of the Author’s Life. / [line] / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED / Copious Questions; and an Analysis of each Lecture. / BY / ABRAHAM
MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / Stereotype
University, College and School edition. / PHILADELPHIA: / T. ELWOOD ZELL, /
NOS. 17 AND 19 SOUTH SIXTH STREET / 1862. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. 1866
D. F.R.S. / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE
UNIVERSITY, / AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, OF
EDINBURGH. / With a Memoir of the Author’s Life. / [line] / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED / Copious Questions; and an Analysis of each Lecture. / BY / ABRAHAM
MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / Stereotype
University, College and School edition. / PHILADELPHIA: / T. ELWOOD ZELL, /
NOS. 17 AND 19 SOUTH SIXTH STREET / 1866. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D. n. d.
D. F.R.S. / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE
UNIVERSITY, / AND ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, OF
EDINBURGH. / With a Memoir of the Author’s Life. / [line] / TO WHICH ARE
ADDED / Copious Questions; and an Analysis of each Lecture. / BY / ABRAHAM
MILLS, / TEACHER OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / Stereotype
University, College and School edition. / PUBLISHED BY / JAMES KAY, JUN.
AND BROTHER, PHILADELPHIA. / 129 Chestnut Street--Near 4th. / JOHN I. KAY
& CO., PITTSBURGH. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES, / BY / HUGH BLAIR, D.    1830
D. F.R.S. EDIN. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND
PROFESSOR / OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE / UNIVERSITY
OF EDINBURGH. / TO WHICH ARE ADDED / COPIOUS QUESTIONS, / AND /
AN ANALYSIS OF EACH LECTURE, / BY / ABRAHAM MILLS, / TEACHER OF
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / [line] / NEW - YORK: / STEREOTYPED
FOR G. & C. & H. CARVILL, / NO. 108 BROADWAY. / [line] / 1833. /

LECTURES / ON / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. D. 1845
& F. R. S. ED. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY
OF EDINBURGH. / A NEW EDITION / WITH AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY / BY
THE / REV. THOMAS DALE, A. M., / CANON RESIDENTIARY OF ST. PAUL’S /
[line] / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG, / 73, CHEAPSIDE. / 1845 /
LECTURES / ON RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1785
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND / PROFESSOR OF
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /
IN THREE VOLUMES. / VOL. I. / THE SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED /
LONDON: / PRINTED FOR W. STRAHAN; T. CADELL, IN THE STRAND; / AND
W. CREECH, IN EDINBURGH. / MDCCLXXXV [1785] /

LECTURES / ON RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1783
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND / PROFESSOR OF
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES / IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. /
IN TWO VOLUMES. / VOL. I. / [VOL II] / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR W.
STRAHAN; T. CADELL, IN THE STRAND; / AND W. CREECH, IN EDINBURGH. /
MDCCLXXXIII [1783] /
LECTURES / ON RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1784
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF /
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF EDINBURGH. /
PHILADELPHIA: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY ROBERT AITKEN, AT POPE’S
HEAD IN / MARKET STREET. / MDCCLXXXIV. [1784] /

LECTURES / ON RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1784
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF /
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF EDINBURGH. /
PHILADELPHIA: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY ROBERT AITKEN, AT POPE’S
HEAD IN / MARKET STREET. / MDCCLXXXIV. [1784] /

LECTURES / ON RHETORIC / AND /BELLES LETTRES. / BY HUGH BLAIR, D. 1784
D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR OF /
RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF EDINBURGH. /
PHILADELPHIA: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY ROBERT AITKEN, AT POPE’S
HEAD IN / MARKET STREET. / MDCCLXXXIV. [1784] /

LECTURES on RHETORIC /                                                          n. d.

PRACTICAL ENGLISH SERIES / line / LECTURES ON / RHETORIC / BY /                 n. d.
HUGH BLAIR, D.D. / CONDESSED BY / GRENVILLE KLEISER / line / For the
Exclusive Use of Grenville Kleiser’s / Mail Course Students / line
QUESTIONS / ADAPTED TO / BLAIR’S RHETORIC ABRIDGED, / BY AN /                   1814
Experienced Teacher of Youth; / FOR THE USE OF / SCHOOLS AND
ACADEMIES / [double line] / SALEM: / PRINTED BY THOMAS C. CUSHING. /
1814. /
AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / Lectures on Rhetorick, / BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D. /            1822
GREATLY IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION, TO EACH / CHAPTER OF /
APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS. / BY REV. J. L. BLAKE, A. M. / Principal of the
Young Ladies’ Literary School, at Concord, / New-Hampshire. / [double line] /
SECOND EDITION / [double line] / CONCORD: / PRINTED BY JOSEPH
MANAHAN. / 1822. /
AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORICK, / BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D.              1827
/ GREATLY IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION, TO / EACH PAGE, OF /
APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS. / BY REV. J. L. BLAKE, A. M. / Principal of a
Literary Seminary, in Boston, Ms. / line / STEREOTYPED BY DAVID
HILLS...BOSTON. / LINE /
AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORICK, / BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D.                 1825
/ GREATLY IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION, TO / EACH PAGE, OF /
APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS. / BY REV. J. L. BLAKE, A. M. / Principal of a
Literary Seminary for Young Ladies, in / Boston, Ms. / device / FIFTH EDITION. /
device
AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORICK, / BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D.                 1830
/ GREATLY IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION, TO / EACH PAGE, OF /
APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS. / BY REV. J. L. BLAKE, A. M. / Principal of a
Literary Seminary, in Boston, Ms. / line / STEREOTYPED BY DAVID
HILLS...BOSTON. / LINE / Concord, N. H. / PUBLISHED BY MARSH, CAPEN &
LYON / [double dotted line] / 1830. /
AN/ ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORICK, / BY HUGH BLAIR, D.D.                 1830
/ GREATLY IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION, TO / EACH PAGE, OF /
APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS. / BY REV. J. L. BLAKE, A. M. / Principal of a
Literary Seminary, in Boston, Ms. / line / STEREOTYPED BY DAVID
HILLS...BOSTON. / LINE / Concord, N. H. / PUBLISHED BY MARSH, CAPEN &
LYON / [double dotted line] / 1830. /
AN / ABRIDGMENT / OF / LECTURES ON RHETORIC. /line/ BY HUGH BLAIR,                 1832
D.D. / ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF THE HIGH CHURCH, AND PROFESSOR
OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES IN THE UNIVERSITY / OF
EDINBURGH. /line/ NEW EDITION, / WITH APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS TO
EACH CHAPTER, / BY A TEACHER OF PHILADELPHIA. / double line/
Philadelphia: / PUBLISHED BY KEY, MIELKE & BIDDLE. / [line] / 1832. / [ad for
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GREAT / GRANDPA’S / FOURTH READER                                                1947

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MODERN / AMERICAN SPEECHS /                                                       1913

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A MANUAL / OF ELOCUTION AND READING. / EMBRACING THE / Principles        1883
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NORMAL SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, / AND PRIVATE PUPILS IN ELOCUTION. /
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MENTAL SCIENCE / AND / METHODS OF MENTAL CULTURE, / DESIGNED                           1885
FOR / THE USE OF NORMAL SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND PRIVATE /
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THE / KEY TO EXPRESSION. / BY / FRANCIS JOSEPH BROWN, / Principle of                   1901
the Southern Normal School of Oratory, / Bowling Green, Ky. / AND / MIRIAM
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tribute, “The Black Regiment,” and the old chestnut “Curfew”]
BROWN’S ELOCUTIONARY SERIES. [Underlined] / COMMON SCHOOL /                       n. d.
ELOCUTION AND ORATORY: / A MANUAL OF VOCAL CULTURE BASED
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AND RECITATION. / DESIGNED FOR / COMMON SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES,
COLLEGES AND / PRIVATE LEARNERS / BY / ISAAC HINTON BROWN, / LATE
DIRECTOR OF THE INTER-OCEAN SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND ORA- /
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PRACTICAL TREATISE / ON THE SCIENCE AND ART OF / HUMAN
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BY / PROFESSOR I. H. BROWN / Late Instructor of Elocution, Oratory, Acting and
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ARTS OF READING, ORATORY, / AND PERSONATION / BY / MOSES TRUE
BROWN, M. A. / PRINCIPAL OF THE BOSTON SCHOOL OF ORATORY, AND
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device] / BOSTON, NEW YORK, AND CHICAGO / HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND
COMPANY / The Riverside Press, Cambridge /
THE SYNTHETIC PHILOSOPHY / OF EXPRESSION / AS APPLIED TO / THE                        1892
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THE STUDIES OF AN ORATOR: AN / INAUGURAL ADDRESS, / DELIVERED AT                       1841
/ THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT / IN / DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, / JULY,
1840. / BY SAMUEL GILLMAN BROWN, /Professor of Oratory and Belles-Lettres.
/ [line] / PUBLISHED BY REQUEST. / [line] / NEW-YORK: / OFFICE OF THE
AMERICAN BIBLICAL REPOSITORY, AND THE AMERICAN / ECLECTIC, NO.
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what he reads, / That takes not fire at their heroic deeds, / Unworthy of the
blessings of the brave, Is base in kind and born to be a slave. // --William Cowper.
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Merry Entertainments / BY / WILLIS N. BUGBEE / Author of “SUCCESSFUL                 1924
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THE / DISTRICT SCHOOL / AS IT WAS / BY ONE WHO / WENT TO IT /                     1897

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THE / PRACTICAL SPELLER. / [line] / COMPILED BY / FLORENCE HIGGINS-               1900
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SCHOOL ENGLISH / A MANUAL FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH THE /                        n. d.
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AND LITERARY INTERPRETATION / BY / S. H. CLARK, PH. B. / Of The
University of Chicago / [line] / CHICAGO: / SCOTT, FORESMAN AND CO. / 1898

LECTURES / READ TO THE / SENIORS IN HARVARD COLLEGE. / BY /               1856
EDWARD T. CHANNING, / LATE BOYLSTON PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC
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STUDIES / IN / POETRY, / EMBRACING NOTICES OF THE LIVES AND                     1830
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/ of READING, SPEAKING & SINGING / BY R.CLAGGETT, AM. /AUTHOR OF /
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ELOCUTION MADE EASY: / CONTAINING / Rules and Selections for               1856
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PRACTICAL PUBLIC / SPEAKING / A TEXT-BOOK FOR COLLEGES / AND                        1899
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/
THE / AMERICAN ORATOR, / SELECTED CHIEFLY / FROM AMERICAN                           1828
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A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                     1844
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question
has heretofore been asked through ignorance. / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: /
PUBLISHED BY BUTLER & WILLIAMS. / 1844. /

A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                        1845
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question
has heretofore been asked through ignorance. / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: /
PUBLISHED BY BUTLER & WILLIAMS. / 1845. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                       1841
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question
has heretofore been asked through ignorance. / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: /
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. / VOCAL GYMNASIUM, FOURTH STREET
ABOVE CHESTNUT -- / DWELLING HOUSE. NO. 100 MULBERRY STREET. /
1841. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                       1843
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question
has heretofore been asked through ignorance. / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: /
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. / VOCAL GYMNASIUM, FOURTH STREET
ABOVE CHESTNUT -- / DWELLING HOUSE. NO. 100 MULBERRY STREET. /
1843. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                       1845
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question
has heretofore been asked through ignorance. / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. Rush’s Philosophy of the Human Voice / [line] / EIGHTH EDITION,
ENLARGED. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER & CO. /
1846. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                       1852
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / PRINCIPAL OF THE VOCAL AND POLYGLOTT
GYMNASIUM. / [line] / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question has
heretofore been asked through ignorance: / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly.--Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice. / [line] / ELEVENTH
EDITION, ENLARGED. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER
& CO. / 1852. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                       1850
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / PRINCIPAL OF THE VOCAL AND POLYGLOTT
GYMNASIUM. / [line] / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question has
heretofore been asked through ignorance: / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly.--Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice. / [line] / TENTH EDITION,
ENLARGED. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER & CO. /
1850. /
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                 1853
GESTURE, / TO THE TREATMENT OF / STAMMERING, / AND / DEFECTIVE
ARTICULATION / [drawing*] / COMPRISING NUMEROUS DIAGRAMS, AND
ENGRAVED / FIGURES, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUBJECT. / [line] / BY
ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / PRINCIPAL OF THE VOCAL AND POLYGLOTT
GYMNASIUM. / [line] / [line] / Can Elocution be taught? This question has
heretofore been asked through ignorance: / it shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly.--Rush’s Philosophy of the Human voice. / [line] / TWELFTH
EDITION, ENLARGED. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER
& CO. / 1853. /
THE / RHYTHMICAL READER: / BEING / A SELECTION OF PIECES / IN /              1832
PROSE AND VERSE, / PRESENTED UNDER A SYSTEM OF NOTATION
WHICH EXHIBITS THE / MEASURE OF SPEECH, THE QUANTITIES OF
SYLLABLES, AND / THE JUST ADMEASUREMENT OF PAUSES. / DESIGNED
FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, / AS WELL AS FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF
PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS / WHO WISH TO IMPROVE THEMSELVES / IN THE
ART OF / READING AND SPEAKING. / [line] / BY ANDREW COMSTOCK, M. D. /
AUTHOR OF PRACTICAL ELOCUTION. / [line] / Philadelphia: / PUBLISHED BY
THE AUTHOR--100 ARCH STREET. / WILLIAM BROWN, PRINTER. / 1832. /

THE / PHONETIC SPEAKER: / CONSISTING OF THE /PRINCIPLES AND                  1854
EXERCISES / IN THE / AUTHOR’S SYSTEM OF ELOCUTION, / WITH
ADDITIONS; / THE WHOLE IN THE NEW ALPHABET. / [figure of Demosthenes
addressing the ocean] / BY ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / PRINCIPAL OF THE
VOCAL AND POLYGOTT GYMNASIUM, AUTHOR OF / A SYSTEM OF
ELOCUTION, ETC. / [line] / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER & CO. / 1854. /


[Comstock’s phonetic spelling transcribed into standard spelling:] COMSTOCK’S 1849
PHONETIC TELEGRAPH / DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF LINGUAL SCIENCE,
AND THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, THROUGH THE MEDIUM
OF THE PERFECT ALPHABET. / PUBLISHED MONTHLY, UNDER THE
AUSPICES OF THE PHONETIC SOCIETIES. / Vol. III, No. 8, Philadelphia, August
1849.
A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION                                                     1846

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A SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION / WITH / SPECIAL REFERENCE / TO /                  1862
GESTURE, /
PRACTICAL ELOCUTION; / OR / THE ART OF READING / Simplified: / BEING / 1830
A SELECTION OF PIECES / IN / PROSE AND VERSE, / PRESENTED UNDER
A SYSTEM OF NOTATION WHICH EXHIBITS THE RHYTHMUS / OF SPEECH,
THE QUANTITIES OF SYLLABLES, AND THE / JUST ADMEASUREMENT OF
PAUSES. / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS , / AS
WELL AS FOR THE / PERUSAL OF PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO /
IMPROVE THEMSELVES / IN / THE ART OF READING AND SPEAKING / [line] /
BY ANDREW COMSTOCK, M. D. / Can Elocution be taught: This question has
heretofore been / asked through ignorance. It shall hereafter be asked, only
through / folly. -- Rush’s Philosophy of the Human Voice. / PHILADELPHIA: /
URIAH HUNT 147 MARKET STREET. / WILLIAM BROWN, PRINTER. / 1830. /

PRACTICAL / ELOCUTION, / OR / A SYSTEM OF / VOCAL GYMNASTICS, /              1837
COMPRISING DIAGRAMS, / ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE / SUBJECT, AND
EXERCISES, / DESIGNED FOR THE PROMOTION OF HEALTH, THE CURE OF
STAMMERING, / AND IMPROVEMENT IN READING AND SPEAKING / [line] /
BY ANDREW COMSTOCK, M. D. / Can Elocution be taught: This question has
heretofore been asked / through ignorance. It shall hereafter be asked, only
through folly. “ / Rush’s Philosophy of the Human Voice. / [line] / SECOND
EDITION. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA: / KAY AND BROTHER, 122 CHESTNUT
STREET. / WILLIAM BROWN, PRINTER. [ line] / 1837. /
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[Changed to standard spelling from “Komstok’s Purfekt Alfabat”] THE / NEW    1848
TESTAMENT / OF OUR / LORD AND SAVIOR / JESUS CHRIST, /
TRANSLATED OUT OF / THE ORIGINAL GREEK, / AND WITH / ALL FORMER
TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY / COMPARED AND REVISED. / [line] / IN
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BY A. COMSTOCK, M. D. / No. 100 MULBERRY STREET. / 1848.

Collins’ School Series. [line] / THE / MODEL ELOCUTIONIST: / A MANUAL OF 1874
INSTRUCTION IN / VOCAL GYMNASTICS AND GESTURE, WITH
ILLUSTRATIVE DIAGRAMS AND / NUMEROUS READINGS AND
RECITATIONS. / BY / ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. / LATE PROFESSOR OF
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HANDBOOK OF PROVERBS, QUOTATIONS, AND PHRASES.” / [publisher’s
device] / LONDON AND GLASGOW: / WILLIAM COLLINS, SONS, & COMPANY.
/ 1874. /
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PITMAN’S PHONETIC SHORT-HAND. / BY ANDREW COMSTOCK, M.D. /
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[cover and title page the same] COMSTOCK’S / JUVENILE READER, / No. I. / 1853
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THE / OUTLINE OF GESTURES./
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A TEN WEEKS’ / COURSE IN ELOCUTION /                                     1899 [?]



THE / NORMAL READER / BY / J. V. COOMBS / FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF 1891
ENGLISH LITERATURE AND / ELOCUTION IN EUREKA COLLEGE, EUREKA,
ILL. / ASSISTED BY / VIRGIL A. PINKLEY / PRINCIPAL OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF ELOCUTION IN SCHOOL OF / MUSIC CINCINNATI, OHIO. / REVISED AND
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SCOTT KEY / PANTOMIMED BY ANNA D. COOPER, WITH POSES UNDER
HER DIRECTION / [line] / Copyright, 1903 by Edgar S. Werner.

[title information on cover and, as here, top of page 1 of the text:] FEDALMA’S    n. d.
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Direction of and Lesson - Talk by / ANNA D. COOPER. / [line] / Copyright, 1907,
By EDGAR S. WERNER. / [line] / [text follows] [title cover adds a photograph of,
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/ Copyright 1899 by Edgar S. Werner Publishing and Supply Co.
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young girl posing]

ELEMENTS OF LOGIC / ..... / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION                               1860

TITLE PAGE MUTILATED PART OF TITLE CUT OUT
ELEMENTS OF LOGIC; / DESIGNED AS A / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION. /                   1858
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC; / DESIGNED AS A / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION. /                1860
BY / HENRY COPPEE, ........... “Now it is by the sense that RHETORIC holds of
LOGIC, and by the expression that she holds / of GRAMMAR.” -- DR. CAMPBELL.
/ NEW EDITION, REVISED. / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER &
CO / 1860. /
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC; / DESIGNED AS A / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION. /                1859
BY / HENRY COPPEE, ........... “Now it is by the sense that RHETORIC holds of
LOGIC, and by the expression that she holds / of GRAMMAR.” -- DR. CAMPBELL.
/ SEVENTH EDITION, REVISED. / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H.
BUTLER & CO / 1859. /
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC; / DESIGNED AS A / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION. /                1865
BY / HENRY COPPEE, ........... “Now it is by the sense that RHETORIC holds of
LOGIC, and by the expression that she holds / of GRAMMAR.” -- DR. CAMPBELL.
/ SEVENTH EDITION, REVISED. / PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H.
BUTLER & CO / 1865. /
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC; / DESIGNED AS A / MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION. /                1869
BY / HENRY COPPEE, LL.D., / PRESIDENT OF THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY. /
“Now it is by the sense that RHETORIC holds of LOGIC, and by the expression
that she holds / of GRAMMAR.” -- DR. CAMPBELL. / TENTH EDITION, REVISED.
/ PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER & CO / 1869. /

THE / SELECT ACADEMIC SPEAKER /                                                 1860
THE CLASSIC AND THE BEAUTIFUL FROM THE LITERATURE OF THREE                      1895
THOUSAND YEARS BY THE AUTHORS & ORATORS OF ALL COUNTRIES
A .[?] M. D. G. [line] THE ART / OF / ORATORICAL COMPOSITION, / BASED           n. d.
UPON THE / PRECEPTS AND MODELS OF THE OLD / MASTERS. /

ART / OF / ORATORICAL COMPOSITION, / BASED UPON THE / PRECEPTS                  n. d.
AND MODELS OF THE OLD / MASTERS. /
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AND MODELS OF THE OLD / MASTERS. /
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H. M. D. G. [?] [line] THE ART / OF / ORATORICAL COMPOSITION, / BASED           n. d.
UPON THE / PRECEPTS AND MODELS OF THE OLD / MASTERS. /

THE VOICE / AND / SPIRITUAL EDUCATION / BY / HIRAM CORSON, LL.D. / 1897
PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE / CORNELL UNIVERSITY /
New York / THE MACMILLAN COMPANY / LONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD. /
1897 / All rights reserved /
AN / ELOCUTIONARY MANUAL: / CONSISTING O F / CHOICE SELECTIONS           1865
FROM ENGLISH AND AMERICAN / LITERATURE, ADAPTED TO EVERY
VARIETY OF / VOCAL EXPRESSION, DESIGNED FOR THE / HIGHER
CLASSES IN SCHOOLS AND / SEMINARIES, AND FOR PRIVATE / AND
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OF LITERATURE, AND ON VOCAL CULTURE AS INDISPENSABLE / TO AN
AESTHETIC APPRECIATION OF POETRY. / BY HIRAM CORSON, A. M. /
EDITOR OF “CHAUCER’S LEGENDE OF GOODE WOMEN.” / [line] /
PHILADELPHIA: / CHARLES DESILVER, / 1229 CHESTNUT STREET. / 1865. /

LIFE AND SPEECHES / OF / THOMAS CORWIN / ORATOR / LAWYER AND              1896
STATESMAN [line]
THE / AMERICAN ORATOR / A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / Elocution,           1901
Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND HUMOR;
MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF
AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN, DIPLOMATS, DIVINES
AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES ON ORATORY BY /
SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN / SENATOR
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Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line] / EDITED AND COPYRIGHTED,
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THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / 1901
Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line] / EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / SPRAGUE WHOLESALE
COMPANY / CHICAGO / [A second (!) title page gives Columbia Publishing House
as publisher (Chicago)]
THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / 1901 [?]*
Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line’ EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line]
[Also Parliamentary “Rules of Order” for conducting meetings]



THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / 1901 [?]*
Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line’ EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] COLUMBIA PUBLISHING
HOUSE / CHICAGO /
[Also Parliamentary “Rules of Order” for conducting meetings]



THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENYCLOPEDIA [sic] OF 1901 [?]*
/ Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line] / EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / [parliamentary law section]
THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENYCLOPEDIA [sic] OF 1901 [?]*
/ Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line’ EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / BLEW BROTHERS &
COMPANY / CHICAGO /



THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENYCLOPEDIA [sic] OF 1901 [?]*
/ Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line’ EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / COLUMBIA PUBLISHING
HOUSE / CHICAGO, ILL. / [Parliamentary law section]

[note: one of two copies with Columbia as the publisher --one not cataloged 4/00
and not located 2/01]


THE NEW CENTURY / Perfect Speaker / A COMPLETE ENYCLOPEDIA [sic] OF [1901]
/ Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / INCLUDING / AFTER DINNER WISDOM AND
HUMOR; MIRTHFUL GEMS BY WITTY WRITERS; / PORTRAITS AND
BIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICA’S MOST DISTINGUISHED / STATESMEN,
DIPLOMATS, DIVINES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS / WITH SPECIAL ARTICLES
ON ORATORY BY / SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE HON. WILLIAM J.
BRYAN / SENATOR WILLIAM E. MASON HON. JOHN G. CARLISLE /
SENATOR CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW HON. DAVID B. HENDERSON / SENATOR
WILLIAM B. ALLISON SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE / Also the Complete /
ETIQUETTE OF HOME, SOCIAL, PUBLIC AND OFFICIAL LIFE / AND A / Special
Department for Children / SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED / [line’ EDITED AND
COPYRIGHTED, 1901, BY JOHN COULTER / [line] / COLUMBIA PUBLISHING
HOUSE / CHICAGO /
Three Books in One Volume / [line] / THE / NEW CENTURY PERFECT SPEAKER n. d.
/ A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / ELOCUTION, ORATORY AND
ETIQUETTE / GREAT ORATORS AND THEIR GREATEST ORATIONS / [much,
much more] / EDITED AND COPYRIGHTED BY JOHN COULTER, FORMERLY
OF THE NEW YORK HERALD / [line] / AMERICAN PUBLISHING HOUSE /
CHICAGO /
THREE BOOKS IN ONE VOLUME / The Library of / Entertainment and Culture / A n. d.
COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / A Host of
Great Orators and their Grandest Orations / [line] / ..... AFTER-DINNER WISDOM
AND HUMOR ....../ Mirthful Gems by Witty Writers ...../ Etiquette of Social, Public
and Official Life ....../ ..... Rules of / Order ..../ SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR
CHILDREN ..../ EDITED AND COPYRIGHTED 1901 BY JOHN COULTER,
FORMERLY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD / [line] / [parliamentary law section]

THREE BOOKS IN ONE VOLUME / The Library of / Entertainment and Culture / A n. d.
COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF / Elocution, Oratory and Etiquette / A Host of
Great Orators and their Grandest Orations / [line] / ..... AFTER-DINNER WISDOM
AND HUMOR ....../ Mirthful Gems by Witty Writers ...../ Etiquette of Social, Public
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ESSAYS OF STYLE, RHETORIC AND LANGUAGE                                                   1893

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[Title boxed] STANDARD / SCHOOL SPEAKER / CONTAINING A GREAT                       n. d.
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AUDIENCES THROUGHOUT / THE UNITED STATES. / [line] / Published by /
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De Witt’s School Speakers. No. 14 / [line] / Issued semi-monthly. Subscription     1892
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THE ART OF ORATORY, / SYSTEM OF / DELSARTE, / FROM THE FRENCH                        1884
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THE / CANADIAN SPEAKER / AND / ELOCUTIONARY READER, /                   1868
COMPRISING A CHOICE COLLECTION OF ORATIONS, DIALOGUES, / AND
POETRY, SUITABLE FOR SCHOOL AND COLLEGE / RECITATIONS, AND
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RECITATIONS, HUMOROUS LECTURES, IRISH WITTICISMS, / AND FUNNY
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Tenth of a Series, uniform in Size and Style, which will include / everything that is
fresh and popular, introducing also the older gems / of the English Language that
are always in demand, but excluding / everything that is not eminently appropriate
either for Declamation / or Public Reading. / [line] / NEW YORK: / DICK &
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is fresh and popular, introducing also the older gems / of the English Language
that are always in demand, but excluding / everything that is not eminently
appropriate either for Declamation / or Public Reading. / [line] / NEW YORK: /
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are always in demand, but excluding / everything that is not eminently appropriate
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appropriate either for Dec- / lamation or Public Reading. / [line] / NEW YORK: /
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that are always in demand, but excluding / everything that is not eminently
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fresh and popular, introducing also the older gems / of the English Language that
are always in demand, but excluding / everything that is not eminently appropriate
either for Declamation / or Public Reading. / [line] / NEW YORK: / DICK &
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Sixteenth of a Series, uniform in Size and Style, which will / include everything that
is fresh and popular, introducing also the older / gems of the English Language
that are always in demand, but ex- / cluding everything that is not eminently
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YORK: / DICK & FITZGERALD, PUBLISHERS, / NO. 18 ANN STREET. /

THE READINGS / OF / MR. CHARLES DICKENS, / AS / CONDENSED BY                        1868
HIMSELF. / WITH ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS. / [10 condensed stories in one
volume: 1. A Christmas Carol. 2. Bardell and Pickwick. 3. David Copperfield. 4. Mr.
Bob Sawyer's party. 5. The Story of Little Dombey. 6. Nicholas Nickleby (at the
Yorkshire School). 7. Boots at the Holly-Tree inn. 8. Dr. Marigold. 9. Nicholas
Nickleby (short reading). 10. Mrs. Gamp. ]
WERNER’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / No. 15 / COMPILED AND                         [1928]
ARRANGED BY / CAROLINE EARNEST DICKENSON / REVISED AND
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Principles and Method / of Teaching / DERIVED FROM A KNOWLEDGE / OF 1898
THE MIND/ BY JOHN W. DICKINSON / BOSTON, MASS.: / EMERSON SCHOOL
OF ORATORY / 1898 /

THE / ELOCUTIONIST / DEVOTED TO THE / Science and Art of Elocution, / AND n.d. [1882]
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/ WITH A / COMPLETE ANALYSIS / OF THE / ELEMENTS OF EXPRESSION, /
AND THEIR ADAPTATION TO THOUGHT AND FEELING. / [line] / BY H. M.
DICKSON. / [line] / CHICAGO: / H. M. DICKSON, PUBLISHER, / 70 MONROE
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1 July 1881 - Vol. I, No. 12, June 1882 -- all published]

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Appendix / “How to Be Popular” / By / Orison Swett Marden, / Editor of Success /
Lecture on Memory delivered by Henry / Dickson befoe the Metaphysical Society /
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THE / POWER OF ILLUSTRATION / AN ELEMENT OF SUCCESS / IN                              1848
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THE / COLUMBIAN READER, /                                                             1815

AN/ ESSAY / ON / ELOCUTION; /                                                         1848

AN/ ESSAY / ON / ELOCUTION; /                                                         1846


AN/ ESSAY / ON / ELOCUTION; / WITH / ELUCIDATORY PASSAGES FROM             1829
VARIOUS / AUTHORS. / TO WHICH WILL BE ADDED / REMARKS / ON /
READING PROSE AND VERSE, / WITH / Suggestions to Instructors of the Art. /
[line] / BY J. H. DWYER, / LECTURER ON , AND TEACHER OF, ELOCUTION. /
[line] THIRD EDITION. / PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR. / [line] / Utica: /
NORTHWAY & PORTER, PRINTERS, / 96, Genesee-Street. / [dotted line] / 1829.
/
[ Item 1 of 3, the book:]MODERN PARLIAMENTARY / ELOQUENCE / THE REDE 1914
LECTURE / DELIVERED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE /
NOVEMBER 6, 1913 / BY / EARL CURZON OF KEDLESTON / Chancellor of the
University of Oxford / MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED / ST. MARTIN’S STREET,
LONDON / 1914 /

[Item 2 of 3; a tipped in program, 4x6” with 3 pages of text] McMaster University
Oratorical Contest; Castle Memorial Hall, eight o’clock/ Friday, February 19th /
1915 / held under the auspices of the Debating Union of McMaster University/
[Judges were Justice R. E. (sic) Sutherland, Dr. D. E. Thompson, Rev. W. A.
Cameron. Includes names of contestants, selections and other details]

[Item 3 of 3 being a 7-page typed oration, “Modern Vandalism,” on the destruction
of the Belgium town of Louvain by the German army in World War I. This oration
was delivered by the winner of the contest, A. H. Richardson.]
THE / Elocutionist’s Favorite, / BEING A COLLECTION OF THE / MOST                n. d.
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PRIVATE LEARNERS. / EDITED BY / LOUIS J. EARLY, / Ex-Teacher of Elocution
in West Kentucky College, South Carrollton, Ky. / [printer’s device] / PUBLISHED
BY / SCHOOL PUBLISHING COMPANY, / DARROWVILLE OHIO. /

THE / NEW YORK SPEAKER, / A SELECTION OF PIECES / DESIGNED / FOR 1857
ACADEMIC EXERCISES IN ELOCUTION. / BY / WARREN P. EDGARTON, /
PROFESSOR OF ORATORY AND RHETORIC, HUDSON RIVER INSTITUTE,
CLAVERACK, N. Y. / WITH / INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON DECLAMATION, /
BY WILLIAM RUSSELL, / AUTHOR OF “UNIVERSITY SPEAKER,” “PULPIT
ELOCUTION,” “ORTHOPHONY,” ETC. / NEW YORK: / MASON BROTHERS /
108 & 110 DUANE STREET. / [line] / 1857. /

DARLLEN A. SIARAD. / [line] / LLAWLYFR / AR / “ELOCUTION.” / BAN Y /        1890
PARCH. T. C. EDWARDS / (CYNONFARDD), / Professor of Elocution and
Oratory, Wyoming Seminary, / Kingston, Pa. , U.S.A. / MERTHYR TYDFIL: /
ARGRAFFWYD GAN JOSEPH WILLIAMS, SWYDDFA’R “TYST A’R DYDD.” /
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ELOCUTION / AND / ORATORY / DESIGNED FOR CLASSES AND / PRIVATE              1893
STUDENTS. / BY / REV. T. C. EDWARDS, D. D., / PROFESSOR OF
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THE SIXTEEN PERFECTIVE / LAWS OF ART. / BY / C. WESLEY EMERSON, M.           1892
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THE SIXTEEN PERFECTIVE / LAWS OF ART. / BY / C. WESLEY EMERSON, M. 1895; 1900; 1899;
D., LL. D. / PRESIDENT EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, BOSTON. / IN            1899;
FOUR VOLUMES. / [publishers device: “Expression, Necessary to Evolution” /
VOL I [ II, III, IV] / BOSTON; / EMERSON COLLEGE PUBLISHING
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THE SIXTEEN / PERFECTIVE LAWS OF ART / APPLIED TO ORATORY. ‘ BY / 1895
CHARLES WESLEY EMERSON, / PRESIDENT EMERSON COLLEGE OF
ORATORY, BOSTON. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. / VOL. I. / [publisher’s device] /
BOSTON/ EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, / PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT,
/ TREMONT STREET, COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1895. /
THE SIXTEEN / PERFECTIVE LAWS OF ART / APPLIED TO ORATORY. ‘ BY / 1897
CHARLES WESLEY EMERSON, / PRESIDENT EMERSON COLLEGE OF
ORATORY, BOSTON. / IN FOUR VOLUMES. / VOL. II. / [publisher’s device] /
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/ TREMONT STREET, COR. OF BERKELEY. / 1897. /
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EXTRACTS IN PROSE AND VERSE, / FROM / ANCIENT AND MODERN
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EMERSON. / [line] / NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED. / [line] /
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BOSTON. / [line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY RICHARDSON AND LORD, / No.
133, Washington Street. / [line] / 1828
EXPRESSIVE PHYSICAL CULTURE / OR / PHILOSOPHY OF GESTURE. / BY           1900
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DEPARTMENT / THEMONT, CORNER BERKELEY STREET. / 1900./

PHYSICAL CULTURE / BY / CHARLES WESLEY EMERSON, M. D., LL. D. /          1891
PRESIDENT OF THE EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY,/ BOSTON / [College
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THE / POETIC READER, / CONTAINING / Selections from the most approved               1832
authors, designed for / Exercises in Reading, Singing, Parsing, Herme- / neutics,
Rhetoric and Punctuation; / TO WHICH ARE ADDED / DIRECTIONS FOR
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THE / POETIC READER, / CONTAINING / Selections from the most approved             1832
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1832
A BRIEF HISTORY / OF THE / ENGLISH LANGUAGE /                                     1902

“Oratory” [being the disbound entry on from:] Encyclopedia Perthensis; / or              1816
Universal Dictionary / of the / Arts Sciences, Literature, &c. . . .Second Edition/ in
Twenty-Three Volumes / Volume XIV. / Edinburgh: / Printed by John Brown,
Anchor Close / .... / 1816.
EXERCISES / IN / ELOCUTION; / SELECTED FROM / VARIOUS AUTHORS, /                         1795
AND / ARRANGED UNDER PROPER ;HEADS, / INTENDED AS A SEQUEL TO
A WORK ENTITLED / THE SPEAKER. / [line] / BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D. /
LECTURER ON THE BELLES LETTRES IN THE / ACADEMY AT
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Lucretius. / LONDON: / PRINTED FOR JOSEPH JOHNSON, ST. PAUL’S
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THE / PREACHER’S DIRECTORY; / OR, A / SERIES OF SUBJECTS / PROPER                        1782
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FROM THE APOCRYPHA. / BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D. / [device] / THE
SECOND EDITION. / [device] / [quotation in Greek from St. Paul. / [device] /
LONDON: / PRINTED FOR JOSEPH JOHNSON, ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-YARD. /
MDCCLXXXII [1782]
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BEST ENGLISH WRITERS, / AND DISPOSED UNDER PROPER HEADS, /
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ELOCUTION. / BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D. / LECTURER ON THE BELLES
LETTRES IN THE / ACADEMY AT WARRINGTON. / [Ovid quote] / LONDON: /
PRINTED FOR JOSEPH JOHNSON, ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-YARD. /
MDCCLXXIV. /
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[double line] / VOL. I. / A new Edition, corrected and enlarged. / TO WHICH ARE
PREFIXED / ELEMENTS OF GESTURE, / EXPLAINED AND ILLUSTRATED BY
FOUR ENGRAVINGS. / and an Essay on Elocution. / [device] / / [Greek quote,
Ovid] / double line / CORK: / PRINTED BY HALY AND BOLSTER, / WHOLESALE
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LL.D. / Lecturer of Belles Lettres in the Academy of / Warrington. / [ double line] /
BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH LARKIN. / [dotted line] / E. C. Beale,
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[double line] / BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D. / Lecturer of the Belles Lettres in the
Academy at Warrington. / [ double line] / [Greek quote, Ovid] / double line / A NEW
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ENFIELD, LL.D. / embellished with Four Copper Plates. / line / [Greek quote, Ovid]
/ double line / Warrington, / Printed by W. EYRES, Horse-Market,/ FOR J.
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BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D. /
THE / SPEAKER:/ OR, / MISCELLANEOUS PIECES,/ Selected / from the Best           1843
English Writers, / AND / DISPOSED UNDER PROPER HEADS, WITH A VIEW
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A / FAMILIAR TREATISE / ON / RHETORIC / AND / BELLES LETTRES. / [line] /        1809
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The Gem of the School / Room / RECITATION BOOK OF / PROSE AND POEMS             1904
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PRINCIPLES / OF / ELOCUTION; / CONTAINING NUMEROUS / RULES,                     1849
OBSERVATIONS, AND EXERCISES, / ON / PRONUNCIATION, PAUSES,
INFLECTIONS, / ACCENT, AND EMPHASIS; / AND / COPIOUS EXTRACTS / In
Prose and Poetry: / CALCULATED TO ASSIST THE TEACHER, AND TO
IMPROVE / THE PUPIL, IN READING AND RECITATION. / [line] / BY THOMAS
EWING, / Author of A System of Geography, Rhetorical Exercises, The English
Learner, / and a New General Atlas. / [line] / Twenty-ninth Edition. / [line] /
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THE / READER’S COMPANION: / A COMPLETE GUIDE / TO / CORRECT                     1838
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PRINCIPLES / OF / ELOCUTION; / CONTAINING NUMEROUS / RULES,                         n. d.[After 1865]*
OBSERVATIONS, AND EXERCISES, / ON / PRONUNCIATION, PAUSES,
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PRACTICAL SELECTIONS / FROM TWENTY YEARS OF / NORMAL                             1913
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PRACTICAL SELECTIONS / FROM TWENTY YEARS OF / NORMAL                             1912
INSTRUCTOR* AND PRIMARY PLANS* / A VALUABLE BOOK OF READY
REFERENCE FOR / THE TEACHER / CONTAINING ARTICLES OF
INSPIRATION AND INSTRUCTION; / HINTS SUGGESTIONS, METHODS,
ILLUSTRATIONS; WITH / PLANS AND MATERIAL FOR ENTERTAINMENTS /
AND MANY SELECTIONS FOR RECITATIONS. / EDITED AND COMPILED BY /
GRACE B. FAXON / Formerly Teacher in Massachusetts Public Schools, Editor
“Suburban Life:” Author / of “Popular Recitations and How to Recite Them” and
“Maids / and Matrons,” / a Colonial Play. / [line] / DANSVILLE, NEW YORK / F. A.
OWEN PUBLISHING COMPANY / 1912
METHODS, AIDS AND DEVICES / FOR TEACHERS / In Two Volumes /                      1921
CONTRIBUTED BY / TEACHERS ENGAGED IN SCHOOLROOM WORK AND /
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[contains recitations, story telling and dramatization among many other topics]
BEST THINGS / FROM / BRIGHT AUTHORS. / PATHETIC, TRAGIC,                             n. d.
HUMOROUS, NARRATIVE, ORA- / TORICAL, DIDACTIC AND
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CHURCH AND / SCHOOL / CONSISTING OF / RECITALS, DIALOGUES / AND
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DIDACTIC / AND IMPERSONATIVE / WITH MARKED GESTURES, ANALYZED
SELECTIONS / EXPLANATORY HEAD-NOTES, INSTRUCTIONS ON
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FENNO’S / SCIENCE OF SPEECH / A condensed and comprehensive treatise on 1912
the culture / of Body, Mind and Voice, to be used in / connection with / THE ART
OF RENDERING / Comprising / Chart of Elocution, Laws of Voice and Action,
Artic- / ulation, Charts and Illustrations. Designed to be / used as a text-book in
the class-room, and / for private study as well as by readers / and speakers
generally / BY / FRANK H. FENNO, A. M., F. S. Sc. / Teacher Lecturer and Author
of “Fenno’s Elocution,” “Lectures / on Elocution”, etc., Compiler of “Fenno’s
Favorites” / Revised and Enlarged by / MRS. FRANK H. FENNO, B.O. / [line] /
CHICAGO / EMERSON W. FENNO, PUBLISHER / 1912 /
READINGS / AND / RECITATIONS / FOR WINTER EVENINGS / [line drawing of n. d.
parlor reading] / FROM THE BEST WORKS OF FAMOUS AUTHORS OF / MANY
LANDS / COMPILED BY B. J. FERNIE, / [line] / PUBLISHED BY / THE
CHRISTIAN HERALD, / LOUIS KLOPSCH, Proprietor, / BIBLE HOUSE, NEW
YORK. /
AN / INSTRUCTIVE ELOCUTION: / DESIGNED ESPECIALLY / FOR                                1876
TEACHERS AND PRIVATE LEARNERS / [line] / BY W. H. FERTICH, /
Professional Lecturer and Teacher of Elocution. / [line] / “Now all expression to
which we voluntarily give shape and direction, is art,” -- Dr. Holland. / [line] /
MUNCIE, IND.: / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. / [line] / 1876. /
AN / INSTRUCTIVE ELOCUTION: / DESIGNED ESPECIALLY / FOR                                1885
TEACHERS AND PRIVATE LEARNERS / [line] / BY W. H. FERTICH, / Teacher of
Elocution and General Institute Worker / [line] / “Now all expression to which we
voluntarily give shape and direction, is art,” -- Dr. Holland. / [line] / SHELBYVILLE,
IND. / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. / [line] / 1885. /

A MANUAL / for the / Perfection of the Human Voice / [double line] / EXERCISES n. d.
AND PRACTICES / for the / SINGING AND / SPEAKING VOICE / Tenth Edition /
PREPARED BY / EUGENE FEUCHTINGER, A. M. / [Voice Culture device] /
PERFECT VOICE INSTITUTE / CHICAGO :: ILLINOIS /

THE / TRUTH ABOUT VOICE / Explaining a new discovery in / Physical Voice             n. d.
Culture / Eugene Feuchtinger, M. A. / [device] / SEVENTH EDITION /
COMPLETELY REWRITTEN / ENLARGED / PUBLISHED BY / EUGENE
FEUCHTINGER / VOICE SPECIALIST / 308 N. MICHIGAN AVE. / Chicago, Ill. /

THE VOICE / A PRESENTATION OF THE SCIENCE / AND ART OF VOCAL                         n. d.
PRODUCTION / And the Explanation of / a Radical Discovery / by / EUGENE
FEUCHTINGER / Voice Specialist /Ninth Edition / ILLUSTRATED / Published by
the / PERFECT VOICE INSTITUTE / Studios, 64 East Lake Street / CHICAGO,
ILL. /
VOICE / Explaining / Physical Voice Culture / by / Eugene Feuchtinger / VOICE        n. d.
SPECIALIST / NINTH EDITION / PUBLISHED BY THE / PERFECT VOICE
INSTITUTE / Studios, 64 EAST LAKE STREET t / CHICAGO, ILL. /
RESONANCE / IN / SINGING AND SPEAKING /                                              n. d.
RESONANCE / IN / SINGING AND SPEAKING /                                              n. d.
MERRY / CHRISTMAS / BELLS / A Sunday-school Entertainment / COMPILED                 1889
AND ARRANGED BY / J. H. FILLMORE. / CRANSTON & STOWE / Cincinnati,
Chicago, and St. Louis / Price, 5 cents; 55 cents per dozen, post-paid; $4.00 per
hundred, not prepaid. One copy of the recitations wil be sent with each sample of
the entertainment, once Copy with each dozen order; two copies with each two
dozen order; and three cpies with larger orders. / COPYRIGHT, 1889. /

THE / INSTRUCTOR: / OR, / Young Man’s Best Companion. /                              1788
THE INSTRUCTOR, / OR / AMERICAN YOUNG MAN’S / BEST COMPANION,           1810
IMPROVED: / CONTAINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR READING, WRITING, (IN- /
CLUDING THE ENGLISH GRAMMAR); ARITHMETIC, MER- / CHANTS’
ACCOUNTS, MENSURATION, GAUGING ACCORDING / TO THE MOST
MODERN AND APPROVED PRACTICE, AND / THE ART OF DIALLING. / ALSO,
/ A COMPENDIUM OF THE SCIENCES / OF / GEOGRAPHY AND
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ACCOMPTANT. / [line] / Philadelphia: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY JOHN BIOREN,
/ NO. 88 CHESNUT-STREET. / [line] / 1810. /

THE / EXHIBITION SPEAKER: / CONTAINING / FARCES, DIALOGUES, AND   1857
TABLEAUX, / WITH / EXERCISES FOR DECLAMATION / IN / PROSE AND
VERSE. / ALSO, A TREATISE ON ORATORY AND ELOCUTION, HINTS ON
DRAMATIC / CHARACTERS, COSTUMES, POSITION ON THE STAGE, /
MAKING UP, ETC., ETC., / WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. / CAREFULLY COMPILED
AND ARRANGED FOR SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS, / BY P.A. FITZGERALD, ESQ. /
TO WHICH IS ADDED A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF CALISTHENICS AND
GYMNASTICS, / WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS AND PUPILS, ILLUS-
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BLAKEMAN & CO. / ROCHESTER, D. M. DEWEY. PHILADELPHIA, J. B.
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CINCINNATI, APPLEGATE & CO. CHICAGO, KEEN & LEE. ST. LOUIS, E. K.
WOOD- / WARD, AND KEITH & WOODS / [line] / 1857.

Closing Day Gayety [sic] / Book / By / NOEL FLAURIER / AUTHOR OF / ........../   n. d.
PAINE PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON,OHIO/
CHRISTMAS / IN THE SCHOOLROOM / A BOOK OF ORIGINAL                               n. d.
ENTERTAINMENTS / BY / NOEL FALURIER, LUCILE CRITES / MARIE IRISH,
PATTEN BEARD / ETHELLE MANNING HERMES / ELIZABETH F. GUPTILL /
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ADVANCED / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / BY / AUSTIN B. FLETCHER,        1881*
A.M., LL.B. / PROFESSOR OF ORATORY / BROWN UNIVERSITY AND
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW / [publisher’s device] / BOSTON / LEE
AND SHEPARD PUBLISHERS / NEW YORK CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM / 1881 /

ADVANCED / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / BY / AUSTIN B. FLETCHER,        n. d.
A.M., LL.B. / PROFESSOR OF ORATORY / BROWN UNIVERSITY AND
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW / [publisher’s device] / BOSTON / LEE
AND SHEPARD PUBLISHERS / NEW YORK CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM /
A COMPANION TO BAKER’S READING CLUB. [ line] / ELOCUTION              n. d.
SIMPLIFIED; / WITH / AN APPENDIX ON LISPING, STAMMERING,
STUTTERING, / AND OTHER DEFECTS OF SPEECH. / BY / WALTER K.
FOBES, / BOSTON SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION, BOSTON, MASS. / [line] / WITH
AN INTRODUCTION / BY / GEORGE M. BAKER, / AUTHOR OF THE READING-
CLUB SERIES, ETC. / [line] / BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. /
NEW YORK: / CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM. [Dedicated to Lewis B. Monroe]

A COMPANION TO FOBES “FIVE-MINUTE” SERIES. [ line] / ELOCUTION               n. d.
SIMPLIFIED; / WITH / AN APPENDIX ON LISPING, STAMMERING,
STUTTERING, / AND OTHER DEFECTS OF SPEECH. / BY / WALTER K.
FOBES, / GRADUATE OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ORATORY,
CLASS OF / 1875, LEWIS B. MONROE, DEAN; AND AUTHOR OF “FIVE- /
MINUTE DECLAMATIONS,” FIRST AND SECOND / PARTS; “FIVE-MINUTE
RECITATIONS,” / “FIVE-MINUTE READINGS.” / [line] / BOSTON: / LEE AND
SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. / [Dedicated to Lewis B. Monroe] [Baker’s name
removed from Introduction]
A COMPANION TO FOBES’ “FIVE-MINUTE” SERIES. / [line] / ELOCUTION             n. d.
SIMPLIFIED; / WITH / AN APPENDIX ON LISPING, STAMMERING,
STUTTERING, / AND OTHER DEFECTS OF SPEECH. / BY / WALTER K.
FOBES, / GRADUATE OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ORATORY,
CLASS OF / 1875, LEWIS B. MONROE, DEAN, AND AUTHOR OF “FIVE- /
MINUTE DECLAMATIONS,” FIRST AND SECOND / PARTS; “FIVE-MINUTE
RECITATIONS,” / “FIVE-MINUTE READINGS.” / [line] / BOSTON: LOTHROP,
LEE & SHEPARD CO. /
FIVE-MINUTE / DECLAMATIONS                                                   1886

A COMPANION TO BAKER’S READING CLUB. / [line] / ELOCUTION             1877
SIMPLIFIED; / WITH / AN APPENDIX ON LISPING, STAMMERING,
STUTTERING, / AND OTHER DEFECTS OF SPEECH. / BY / WALTER K.
FOBES, / GRADUATE OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ORATORY. /
[line] / WITH AN INTRODUCTION / BY / GEORGE M. BAKER, / AUTHOR OF
THE READING - CLUB SERIES, ETC. / [line] / BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD,
PUBLISHERS. / NEW YORK: / CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM. / 1877. /

THE PRINCIPIA OF / ORATORY / OR / Vocal Delivery on a Scientific Basis / AND 1904
ITS RELATION TO / ‘Clerical Sore Throat’ / BY / HAROLD FORD, M.A., LL.D.,
D.C.L. / Rector of Toddington, Buxton, England / [ more] THIRD EDITION /
MILWAUKEE / THE YOUNG CHURCHMAN CO. / 1904
RECITATIONS / SONG AND STORY /F OR / Sunday and Day Schools, Primary / n. d.
and Intermediate Departments / MATERIAL FOR / ANNIVERSARY AND
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JENNINGS & PYE /
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HIGH SCHOOLS GRADES /
THE / NEW SPEAKER, / OR / EXERCISES IN RHETORIC; / BEING A                1829
SELECTION OF / SPEECHES, DIALOGUES, AND POETRY, / FROM THE MOST
APPROVED / AMERICAN AND BRITISH AUTHORS, / SUITABLE / FOR
DECLAMATION. / [line] / BY WILLIAM FOWLE, / TEACHERS OF THE
MONITORIAL SCHOOL, BOSTON. / [line] / BOSTON: / HILLIARD, GRAY,
LITTLE, AND WILKINS. / [line] / 1829.
MOTION SONGS / AND/ EXERCISES [being Part V , pp. 143-176 of, see below] n. d.
ELOCUTION. / [line] / / HOME, / School and Sunday School / [line] / New,
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of , see below]---------
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[being a handbill:] TO - NIGHT / Frank S. Fox, B. S. / [head and shoulders picture n. d.
of Fox, with facsimile signature] / PUBLIC OPINIONS [various undocumented
phrases of praise; handbill not dated]
[being an April 25, 1891 handwritten letter on Frank S. Fox stationary to Mr. H. C. April 25, 1891
Fuhrman, in which Fox commiserates with him for not winning first place in a
contest (due, Fox suggests, to the fact that all the other contestants were female)
and offering to give him elocution lessons that will prepare him to teach the
subject. The letterhead lists Fox as “Teacher of Elocution and Oratory and
Dramatic Culture, Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio” with a “Home address,
Hayesville, Ohio.”]
[being a playbill for performances] EXHIBITION! / An Exhibition will be given by /  n. d.[1869]*
THE FRANKLINDALE / ELOCUTION CLUB / ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
EVENINGS, / (April 16th and 17th) / AT THE FRANKLINDALE SEMINARY /
PROGRAMME, / [names of players, music and “Lend Me Five Shillings,” “Betrayed
and Restored,” and “Yankee Melange.”] The Proceeds to be appropriated to the
Sisters of Temperance / Tickets of Admission 12 1/2 Cents / To be had at the
Stores of Sweet, Nichols, & Shields and William G. King . / Doors open at half past
6 o’clock / Performance to commence at 7 / Positively no admittance without
Tickets / Platt & Schram, Printers, 310 Main Street , Poughkeepsie.

THE / YOUNG GENTLEMAN AND LADY’S / ASSISTANT; / CONTAINING, / I.                     1796
Geography // II. Natural History, / III. Rhetoric, // IV. Miscellany. / TO WHICH IS
ADDED / A SHORT BUT COMPLETE SYSTEM OF / PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, /
WHEREIN THE MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES OF / AMERICA IS
RENDERED EASY TO THE / PERCEPTION OF YOUTH. / THE WHOLE
DIVIDED INTO SMALL SECTIONS, / FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF /
SCHOOLS. / [line] / By DONALD FRASER, / AUTHOR OF THE COLUMBIAN
MONITOR, / [line] / THE THIRD EDITION, WITH GREAT IMPROVEMENTS /
[line] / Entered according to Statute. / [line] / From the Press of T. & J . Swords,
New-York. / [line] / Printed for SPENCERS and WEBB, and sold that their Book-
store / in Market-street, Albany: / Sold also by the principal Booksellers in New
York, Boston, / Connecticut, Philadelphia, Maryland, / and Virginia. --1796. /
Choice Dialect / and Vaudeville Stage Jokes / CONTAINING SIDE SPLITTING            n. d.
STORIES, JOKES, GAGS, READINGS AND RECITATIONS / IN GERMAN,
IRISH, SCOTCH, FRENCH, / CHINESE, NEGRO AND OTHER DIALECTS, AS /
TOLD AND RECITED BY SUCH WELL KNOWN / HUMORISTS AS EZRA
KENDALL, GEO. / THATCHER, LEW DOCKSTADER, ROGERS / BROS.,
WEBER AND FIELDS, JOE WELSH, / MARSHALL P. WILDER, J. W. RANSON
AND / OTHERS / [line] / [device] / Chicago / FREDERICK J. DRAKE & COMPANY
/ Publishers /
Standard Canadian Reciter / A Book of the Best Readings and Recitations / from n. d.
Canadian Literature / Compiled and Edited by / Donald Graham French /
President, Canadian Literature Club of Toronto / With which is included / Hints on
the Oral Interpretation / of Literature / B / Frank Home Kirkpatrick / Principal,
Toronto Conservatory School of Expression / [publisher’s device] / Mc CLELLAND
& STEWART LIMITED / PUBLISHERS : : : TORONTO /
A MANUAL / OF / ELOCUTION, / WITH / SELECTIONS FOR READING / IN /                  1883
PROSE AND POETRY. / line / By L. C. FRENCH, / beehive symbol / KNOXVILLE,
TENN.: / OGDEN BROS. & RULE, PRINTERS, BINDERS, ETC. / 1883

[Being a journal by Lyman Fretts, 1876, consisting of notes taken in classes and    1876
lectures at J. W. Shoemaker’s National School of Elocution and Oratory. Many
printed items pasted or laid in. Some general sentiments recorded along with
random comments on the Centennial.] [Cover label typed:] Book containing
Centennial Items / Lyman R. Fretts / Philadelphia, May 224, MDCCCLXXVI / [“Title
Page” handwritten:] Lyman R. Fretts / Scottdale Penna. / April 28, 1876 / [more] /
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THE / AMERICAN / SPEAKER /                                                     1848

THE / AMERICAN / SPEAKER /                                                     1844

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THE / CLASS BOOK / OF / AMERICAN LITERATURE: / CONSISTING                      1826
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THE ACTOR’S ART: / A / PRACTICAL TREATISE / ON / STAGE                           1882
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[line] / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. / [line] / 1871. /
ONE HUNDRED / CHOICE SELECTIONS / NO. 10 / ....                                 1926

ONE HUNDRED / CHOICE SELECTIONS / NO. 17 / ....                                 1918


ONE HUNDRED / CHOICE SELECTIONS / NO. 19 / ....                                 1927


EXCELSIOR DIALOGUES: / COMPRISING / NEW AND ORIGINAL FIRST-                      1874
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“Essay on Oratory” [being pp11 - 57 of] Bell’s / Edition of / SHAKESPEARE’S      1774
PLAYS, / As they are now performed at the / Theatres Royal in London; /
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HANDBOOK / OF / RHETORICAL ANALYSIS. / STUDIES IN STYLE AND                          1902
INVENTION, / DESIGNED TO ACCOMAPNY THE AUTHOR’S PRACTICAL
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OUTLINES OF COMPOSITON / AND RHETORIC                                                n. d.

THE / PRACTICAL / ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC / WITH ILLUSTRATIVE                           n. d.
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THE / PRACTICAL / ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC / WITH ILLUSTRATIVE                           1904
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THE WORKING PRINCIPLES / OF RHETORIC. / BY / JOHN F. GENUNG, /                       1904
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WHAT A CARPENTER DID / WITH HIS BIBLE / An Address / BY / JOHN                       n. d.
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OUTLINES / OF THE / ART OF EXPRESSION. / BY J. H. GILMORE, A. M. /                    1887
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YOUNG FOLKS’ RECITER / A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE                        n. d.
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PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM / OF PHYSICAL
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GESTURES. / TOGETHER WITH / CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READINGS
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/ [line] / Illustrated by Original Engravings. / [line] / EDITED BY / JOHN WESLEY
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Delsarte and Elocution, Chicago Musical College / W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, /
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TOGETHER WITH / CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READING AND RECITATIONS
/ NOW USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY. / [line] / Illustrated by
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THE / DELSARTE ELOCUTIONIST / FOR / 1896 / CONTAINING / A PRACTICAL n. d.
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/ NOW USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY. / [line] / Illustrated by
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LILLIAN WOODWARD GUNCKEL, / Director Department Delsarte and Elocution,
Chicago Musical College /
THE / YOUNG AMERICAN’S / ELOCUTIONIST: / IN WHICH / THE MOST     1854
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STUDIES IN ELOCUTION / ADAPTED AND ARRANGED / BY / T. HARROWER,                      1892
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VOLUME 5 NUMBER 3 / FIFTEEN CENTS A COPY / [being 12 pages of text plus
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each with printed information on the back]
CLASS BOOK / OF / PROSE: / CONSISTING OF / SELECTIONS FROM                           1848
DISTINGUISHED / ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS. / FROM CHAUCER
TO THE PRESENT DAY. / THE WHOLE ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL
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THE / ACADEMIC SPEAKER, / A / SYSTEM OF ELOCUTION, /                                 1855



THE / ORATORICAL CLASS - BOOK / WTIH THE / PRINCIPLES OF                             1832
ELOCUTION /



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THE / LADIES’ READER / DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF / LADIES’ SCHOOLS / 1860
AND / FAMILY READING CIRCLES: / COMPRISING CHOICE SELECTIONS
FROM STANDARD AUTHORS, IN / PROSE AND POETRY: / WITH THE
ESSENTIAL RULES OF ELOCUTION. / SIMPLIFIED AND ARRANGED FOR
STRICTLY PRACTICAL USE/ BY / JOHN W. S. HOWS, / PROFESSOR OF
ELOCUTION, / AUTHOR OF “THE PRACTICAL ELOCUTIONIST,” “THE
SHAKSPEAREAN (sic) READER,” ETC. ETC. / [Miles Coverdale quote] /
PHILADELPHIA: / PUBLISHED BY E. H. BUTLER & CO. / 1860. /

THE / PRACTICAL ELOCUTIONIST, / AND/ ACADEMICAL READER AND                 1849
SPEAKER; / DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF / COLLEGES, ACADEMIES AND
HIGH SCHOOLS, / BY / JOHN W. S. HOWS, / COMPILER OF “THE
SHAKESPEARIAN READER,” AND PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION IN /
COLUMBIA COLLEGE / [line] / “The full expression of the mighty thought.” /
TUPPER / [line] / NEW YORK: / GEORGE P. PUTNAM, 155 BROADWAY. /
LONDON: PUTNAM’S AMERICAN AGENCY. / 1849. /
THE / SHAKSPEARIAN [sic] READER: / A COLLECTION OF / THE MOST              1872
APPROVED PLAYS / OF / SHAKSPEARE [sic] / CAREFULLY REVISED, WITH /
INTRODUCTORY AND EXPLANATORY NOTES, / AND / A MEMOIR OF THE
AUTHOR. / PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THE USE OF CLASSES, AND THE /
FAMILY READING CIRCLE. / BY / JOHN W. S. HOWS, / PROFESSOR OF
ELOCUTION IN COLUMBIA COLLEGE. / --THE MAN, whom NATURE’S self had
made / To mock himself, and TRUTH to imitate. / Spencer. / NEW YORK: / D.
APPLETON AND COMPANY, / 549& 551 BROADWAY. / 1872

[title boxed] JUST FOR FUN / DIALOGUES / For Mixed Grades / By / EVELYN         n. d. ca 1925
HOXIE / Author of “Jolly Dialogues and Plays” / [device] / PAINE PUBLISHING
COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
THE UNIVERSAL STANDARD / SPEAKER / A HANDBOOK OF                                1915 [?]
ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL OCCASIONS / --INCLUDING-- / RULES FOR
TRAINING OF THE / VOICE AND THE USE OF GESTURE / By FRANCES P.
HOYLE, B.E. / CUMNOCK SCHOOL OF ORATORY / [line] / Illustrated / WITH
PHOTOGRAPHS DESCRIBING THE / PROPER GESTURES FOR VARIOUS /
EXPRESSIONS, SPECIALLY POSED BY / ELOCUTIONISTS FOR THIS WORK /
[line] /
[no place, no publisher, no date]
THE WORLD’S / Speaker, Reciter and Entertainer / FOR / HOME, SCHOOL,            n. d.
CHURCH AND PLATFORM / RECITATIONS, READINGS, PLAYS, DRILLS,
TABLEAUX, ETC. / [much more][Bound with 5 other samples:] JOLLY FUN FOR
THE LITTLE ONE [Anon]; / THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE
AMERICAN INDIANS [Edward S. Ellis]; THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND THE
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNTIED STATES [Charles Morris]; AUTHENTIC
HISTORY OF THE WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND JAPAN [Frederic William
Unger & Charles Morris]; [and] THE BEAUTIFUL STORY OF THE BIBLE [Jesse
Lyman Hurlbut].
[NOTE: Contents do not agree with broadside list in the back, which omits JOLLY
FUN and includes OUR LINEN BABY BOOK and OUR CHILD’S BOOK. The
Linen sample MAY have been removed. Also, wording of some titles in broadside
do not agree with actual titles shown in samples.]
THE WORLD’S / Speaker, Reciter and Entertainer / FOR / HOME, SCHOOL,             n. d.
CHURCH AND PLATFORM / RECITATIONS, READINGS, PLAYS, DRILLS,
TABLEAUX, ETC. / Explained by Special Pose Pictures, with / Rules for Physical
Culture and for the Training of the Voice / and the Use of Gesture, According to
the Delsarte System / BY / FRANCES P. HOYLE, B.E. / Cumnock School of
Oratory, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. / COMPLETE PROGRAMMES OF
ENTERTAINMENT / FOR ALL AGES AND OCCASIONS / ILLUSTRATED WITH
EIGHT COLOR PLATES / and Half-Tone Engravings showing Attitudes, Special
Poses, etc., / also the Worlds’s Most Noted Impersonators, Elocutionists / and
Actors in Costume. / [title enclosed in double red lines]

THE COMPLETE / SPEAKER AND RECITER / FOR / HOME, SCHOOL,                             n. d.
CHURCH AND PLATFORM / RECITATIONS, READINGS, PLAYS, DRILLS,
TABLEAUX, ETC. / Explained by Special Pose Pictures, with / Rules for Physical
Culture and for the Training of the Voice / and the Use of Gesture, According to
the Delsarte System / BY / FRANCES P. HOYLE, B.E. / Cumnock School of
Oratory, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. / COMPLETE PROGRAMMES OF
ENTERTAINMENT / FOR ALL AGES AND OCCASIONS / ILLUSTRATED WITH
EIGHT COLOR PLATES / and Half-Tone Engravings showing Attitudes, Special
Poses, etc., / also the Worlds’s Most Noted Impersonators, Elocutionists / and
Actors in Costume. / [title enclosed in double red lines] [Bound with: “Lives of our
Presidents,” Beautiful [Dickens] Stories about Children,” & “Hurlbut’s Story of the
Bible.”
THE NEW DOMINION / SPEAKER AND RECITER / FOR / HOME, SCHOOL,                         n. d.
CHURCH AND PLATFORM / RECITATIONS, READINGS, PLAYS, DRILLS,
TABLEAUX, ETC. / Explained by Special Pose Pictures, with / Rules for Physical
Culture and for the Training of the Voice / and the Use of Gesture, According to
the Delsarte System / BY / FRANCES P. HOYLE, B.E. / Cumnock School of
Oratory, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. / COMPLETE PROGRAMMES OF
ENTERTAINMENT / FOR ALL AGES AND OCCASIONS / ILLUSTRATED WITH
EIGHT COLOR PLATES / and Half-Tone Engravings showing Attitudes, Special
Poses, etc., / also the Worlds’s Most Noted Impersonators, Elocutionists / and
Actors in Costume. / [title enclosed in double red lines]

THE COMPLETE / SPEAKER AND RECITER / FOR / HOME, SCHOOL,                         n. d.
CHURCH AND PLATFORM / RECITATIONS, READINGS, PLAYS, DRILLS,
TABLEAUX, ETC. / Explained by Special Pose Pictures, with / Rules for Physical
Culture and for the Training of the Voice / and the Use of Gesture, According to
the Delsarte System / BY / FRANCES P. HOYLE, B.E. / Cumnock School of
Oratory, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. / COMPLETE PROGRAMMES OF
ENTERTAINMENT / FOR ALL AGES AND OCCASIONS / ILLUSTRATED WITH
EIGHT COLOR PLATES / and Half-Tone Engravings showing Attitudes, Special
Poses, etc., / also the Worlds’s Most Noted Impersonators, Elocutionists / and
Actors in Costume. / [title enclosed in double red lines]
Little journeys / to the Homes / of / Eminent Orators / [line] / Elbert Hubbard / [line] n. d.
/ Memorial Edition / [line] / Printed and made into a Book by The Roycrofters, at
their / Shop, which is in East Aurora, Erie County, New York / [line] / Wm. H. Wise
& Co . / New York & Chicago

[Pericles, Mark Antony, Savonarola, Martin Luther, Edmund Burke, William Pitt,
Jean Paul Marat, Robert Ingersoll, Patrick Henry, Starr King, Henry Ward Beecher,
Wendell Phillips]
AMERICAN READER                                                                   1808
THE / AMERICAN READER / CONTAINING / A SELECTION OF / NARRATION, 1820
HARANGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, DIALOGUES, / ODES, HYMNS,
POEMS, &c. / DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. / TOGETHER WITH / A
SHORT INTRODUCTION. / [dotted line] / BY JOHN HUBBARD. / [dotted line] /
[double line] / SECOND BELLOWS FALLS EDITION / [double line] / BELLOWS
FALLS: / PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY BILL BLAKE & CO. / AND SOLD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE BELLOWS FALLS / BOOK-STORE, AND BY
MOST OF THE PRINCIPAL BOOK- / SELLERS IN NEW-ENGLAND. / [dotted line]
/ 1820. /
 “Speech Makin’ ....Dr. Mopps, R.F.D. No. 7,” in Abe Martin’s Almanack            n. d.

MANUAL / OF / READING, / FOR USE IN / NORMAL CLASSES / AND / Graded 1885
and Common Schools. / [line] / BY J. W. HUMPHREY, / Author of Review
Diagrams of U. S. History, / Civil Government, Geography, Reading, / Arithmetic,
Physiology, and / Penmanship.* / [line / WAYLAND, MICH: / PUBLISHED BY THE
AUTHOR. / 1885. / [Inside front end page has ad for Eastern Michigan Normal
School and Commercial College, Fenton, Michigan, which includes courses in
elocution.] *[NOTE: this long title is for a single book]

SPECIMENS / OF / AMERICAN ELOQUENCE, / CONSISTING OF CHOICE                    1837
SELECTIONS / FROM THE / PRODUCTIONS OF THE MOST DISTINGUISHED /
AMERICAN ORATORS / [line] / MIDDLETOWN: / PUBLISHED BY E. HUNT &
CO. / 1837. /
PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT / .... / UNIT THREE / VOICE AND                        n. d.
EXPRESSION /
HOW TO BECOME A POPULAR / ELOCUTIONIST AND ORATOR. / A                         n. d.
NATURAL SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION AND ORATORY, / FOUNDED ON AN
ANALYSIS / OF THE HUMAN CONSTITUTION / CONSIDERED IN ITS THREE - -
FOLD NATURE -- MENTAL, / PHYSIOLOGICAL AND EXPRESSIONAL. / BY /
THOMAS A. HYDE, B. A., B. D. / Author of “The True Basis for the Science of
Mind,” “Ecce [*] / Orator” and “Phillips Brooks as an Orator,” / AND / WILLIAM
HYDE, B.A., B.D. / [line] / ILLUSTRATED / [line] / REVISED EDITION / NEW
YORK: / FOWLER & WELLS CO., PUBLISHERS, / 27 EAST 21ST STREET. /
LONDON: L. N. FOWLER & CO. / 7 IMPERIAL ARCADE, LUDGATE CIRCUS. /

A NATURAL SYSTEM / OF / ELOCUTION AND ORATORY, / FOUNDED ON AN 1886
ANALYSIS / OF THE HUMAN CONSTITUTION / CONSIDERED IN ITS THREE - -
FOLD NATURE -- MENTAL, / PHYSIOLOGICAL AND EXPRESSIONAL. / BY /
THOMAS A. HYDE AND WILLIAM HYDE. / [line] / ILLUSTRATED / [line] / NEW
YORK: / FOWLER & WELLS CO., PUBLISHERS, / NO. 753 [“775” INSERTED IN
PENCIL] BROADWAY / 1886. / [See also T.A. Hyde & A. Bain, HOW TO STUDY
CHARACTER, 1884.]
THE SCHOOL SPEAKER / AND READER / EDITED BY / WILLIAM DEWITT                  n. d.
HYDE / PRESIDENT OF BOWDOIN COLLEGE / [line] / GINN & COMPANY /
BOSTON - NEW YORK - CHICAGO - LONDON /
[ Envelope, Letterhead with letter, Brochure National School of Oratory]      1885
[Envelope - Addressed to Miss Berti Graham, Elkton, Md. postmarked June 18,
1885]
[Letter-to same signed by Hynson giving details of summer session]
[Brochure] GEO. B. HYNSON, PRINCIPAL MRS. J. W. SHOEMAKER, VICE-
PRESIDENT/ The National School / of / Elocution and Oratory / OF
PHILADELPHIA, PA. / SUMMER SESSION / AT GRIMSBY PARK, ONTARIO,
CAN. / July 8-August 10..... [8 pages]
FAVORITE SPEAKER / RECITATIONS AN D / SELECT READINGS / FOR /                 n. d.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT / CONTAINING / CHOICE
SELECTIONS OF THE MOST PATHETIC, / GAY, HUMOROUS, HEROIC,
SUBLIME AND / PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS, / Accompanied by
Explanatory Notes, / TOGETHER WITH / Appropriate Elocutionary Instructions, /
THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO THE PURPOSES OF IMPROVEMENT IN / THE ART
OF READING AND SPEAKING. / [line] / ILLUSTRATED / [line] / THOMPSON &
THOMAS, / 267 Wabash Ave., / CHICAGO. /

FAVORITE SPEAKER / RECITATIONS AND / SELECT READINGS / FOR /                    n. d.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT / CONTAINING / CHOICE
SELECTIONS OF THE MOST PATHETIC, / GAY, HUMOROUS, HEROIC,
SUBLIME AND / PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS, / Accompanied by
Explanatory Notes, / TOGETHER WITH / Appropriate Elocutionary Instructions, /
T.HE WHOLE ADAPTED TO THE PURPOSES OF IMPROVEMENT IN / THE
ART OF READING AND SPEAKING. / [line] / ILLUSTRATED / [line] /
THOMPSON & THOMAS, / 267 Wabash Ave., / CHICAGO. /

ILIFF’S / SELECT READINGS / FOR / PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT n. d.
/ CONTAINING / CHOICE SELECTIONS OF THE MOST PATHETIC, / GAY,
HUMOROUS, HEROIC, SUBLIME AND / PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS,
/ Accompanied by Explanatory Notes, / TOGETHER WITH / Appropriate
Elocutionary Instructions, / THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO THE PURPOSES OF
IMPROVEMENT IN / THE ART OF READING AND SPEAKING. / [line] /
ILLUSTRATED / [line] / JOHN W. ILIFF & CO. / PUBLISHERS, / 110-112
WABASH AVE., / CHICAGO, ILL. /
ILIFF’S / SELECT READINGS / FOR / PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT n. d.
/ CONTAINING / CHOICE SELECTIONS OF THE MOST PATHETIC, / GAY,
HUMOROUS, HEROIC, SUBLIME AND / PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS,
/ Accompanied by Explanatory Notes, / TOGETHER WITH / Appropriate
Elocutionary Instructions, / THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO THE PURPOSES OF
IMPROVEMENT IN / THE ART OF READING AND SPEAKING. / [line] /
ILLUSTRATED / [line] / THE GEM BOOK COMPANY / PUBLISHERS / 52 South
Main Street, MARYSVILLE, OHIO. /

MISTAKES OF INGERSOLL / AND HIS / ANSWERS COMPLETE. [line]                      1882

note: 3 parts
COL. INGERSOLL’S / MEMORIAL ORATION / ON / ROSCOE CONKLING. /                   n. d. 1888?
[Sketch of Ingersoll] / MR. CONKLING’S CAREER. / CONKLING AS AN
ORATOR. / Mr. Depew’s Oration at the Grant Anniversry. “ (Copyright 1888, by M.
J. Ivers & Co.)
[ads for 8-12 o9f Sullivan’s Standard Recitations by Best Authors]
FUNDAMENTALS / OF THE / ENGLISH LANGUAGE; / OR, / ORTHOGRAPHY                   n. d. *
AND ORTHOEPY. / DESIGNED / FOR BOTH TEACHERS AND PUPILS, / AND
ADAPTED TO / THE WANTS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, NORMAL SCHOOLS,
COLLEGES, / AND PRIVATE STUDENTS. / BY / FRANK V. IRISH, / EDUCATOR
AND AUTHOR; AUTHOR OF “GRAMMAR AND ANALYSIS BY / DIAGRAMS,”
“TREASURED THOUGHTS,’ AND “AMERICAN / AND BRITISH AUTHORS.” /
[line] / “Speech is the body and words are the wings of thought.” / [line] /
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, CHICAGO, U. S. A. /

FUNDAMENTALS / OF THE / ENGLISH LANGUAGE; / OR, / ORTHOGRAPHY                n. d. *
AND ORTHOEPY. / DESIGNED / FOR BOTH TEACHERS AND PUPILS, / AND
ADAPTED TO / THE WANTS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, NORMAL SCHOOLS,
COLLEGES, / AND PRIVATE STUDENTS. / BY / FRANK V. IRISH, / EDUCATOR
AND AUTHOR; AUTHOR OF “GRAMMAR AND ANALYSIS BY / DIAGRAMS,”
“TREASURED THOUGHTS,’ AND “AMERICAN / AND BRITISH AUTHORS.” /
[line] / “Speech is the body and words are the wings of thought.” / [line] /
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, CHICAGO, U. S. A. /

FUNDAMENTALS / OF THE / ENGLISH LANGUAGE; / OR, / ORTHOGRAPHY                      n. d. *
AND ORTHOEPY. / DESIGNED / FOR BOTH TEACHERS AND PUPILS, / AND
ADAPTED TO / THE WANTS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, NORMAL SCHOOLS,
COLLEGES, / AND PRIVATE STUDENTS. / BY / FRANK V. IRISH, A. M., /
LECTURER AND INSTRUCTOR IN TEACHERS/ INSTITUTES: AUTHOR OF
“GRAMMAR AND / ANALYSIS MADE EASY AND ATTRACTIVE BY
DIAGRAMS,” / [line] / “Speech is the body and words are the wings of thought.” /
[line] / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, CHICAGO, U. S. A. /

[title boxed] One Hundred / Choice Monologues / BY / MARIE IRISH / [device] /      n. d.
PAINE PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
[title boxed] Snappy Humorous / Dialogues / BY / MARIE IRISH / [device] / PAINE    n. d. ca 1923
PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
Best / Commencement Stunts / and Ceremonies / / By / MARIE IRISH / PAINE           n. d.
PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
CATCHY / COMIC DIALOGUES / ORIGINAL HUMOROUS DIALOGUES                             n. d.
SUITABLE / FOR ALL KINDS OF ENTERTAINMENTS / [line] / FOR YOUNG
PEOPLE AND ADULTS / [line] / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little
Folks’ Budget,” “The Best Drill Book,” “The / Surprise Drill Book,” “The Days We
Celebrate” / and “Children” Comic Dialogues.” / [line] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON
& COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
Catchy Primary / Recitations / By / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / Snappy               n. d.
Humerous Dialogues / Old Time Songs Pantomimed / Closing Day Celebrations /
Choice Christmas Entertainments / Primary Christmas Book / [device] / PAINE
PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
CHILDREN’S COMIC / DIALOGUES / A COLLECTION OF HUMOROUS                              n. d. ca 1933
DIALOGUES FOR / LITTLE FOLKS, PARTICULARLY ADAPTED / FOR SCHOOL
ENTERTAINMENTS / [line] / FOR CHILDREN FROM SIX TO ELEVEN YEARS
OF AGE / [line] / by / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little Folks’s Budget,”
“The Best Drill Book,” “The / Surprise Drill Book,” “The Days We Celebrate,” /
“Catchy Comic Dialogues,” etc. / [publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON
& COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /
GOOD THINGS FOR / CHRISTMAS / RECITATIONS, MONOLOGUES,                               n. d.
EXERCISES, / DIALOGUES, DRILLS, TABLEAUX / AND SCENIC READINGS /
[line[ / SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES / [line] / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF /
“Little Folks’ Budget,: “The Best Drill Book,” The Surprise / Drill Book,” “The Days
We Celebrate,” “Children’s / Comic Dialogues,” “Catchy Comic Dialogues” and /
“Tableaux and Scenic Readings” / [publisher’s device] CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON
& COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

GOOD THINGS FOR / THANKSGIVING / ORIGINAL RECITATIONS,                                 n. d.
MONOLOGUES, EXER- / CISES, DIALOGUES, PANTOMIME SONGS, /
MOTION SONGS, DRILLS AND PLAYS / [line] / SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES /
[line] / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Best Drill Book,” “The Boys’
Entertainer,” “Catchy / Comic Dialogues,” “Children’s Comic Dialogues, / “The /
Days We Celebrate,” “Good Things for/ Christmas,” ” “The Little / Folks’ Budget,” /
“The Little People’s Budget,” / “Patriotic Celebrations,” “The / Surprise Drill Book,”
and / “Tableaux and Scenic / Readings.” / [publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / T. S.
DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /
Good Things for / Washington and Lincoln / Birthdays / ORIGINAL RECITATIONS, n. d.
MONOLOGUES, EXER- / CISES, DIALOGUES, PANTOMIME SONGS, /
MOTION SONGS, DRILLS AND PLAYS / [line] / SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES /
[line] / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Best Drill Book,” “The Boys’
Entertainer,” “Catchy / Comic Dialogues,” “Children’s Comic Dialogues, “The /
Days We Celebrate,” “Good Things for Christmas,” / “Good Things for
Thanksgiving,” “The Little / Folks’s Budget,” “Little People’s Plays,” “Pa- / triotic
Celebrations,” “The Surprise Drill / Book,” and “Tableaux and Scenic / Readings.” /
[publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

JOLLY JUNIOR / DIALOGUES / BY / MARIE IRISH / Author of / Humorous                     n. d.
Dialogues for Children / District-School Dialogues / Humorous Drills and Acting
Songs / [publisher’s device] / BECKLEY-CARDY COMPANY / CHICAGO /

LITTLE FOLKS’S BUDGET / FOR TINY TOTS / BY MARIE IRISH / A Feast of          n. d.
Recitations, Motion Songs, Dialogues, Drills / and Marches / CHICAGO / T. S.
DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /
PATRIOTIC / CELEBRATIONS / MONOLOGUES, RECITATIONS, MOTIONS                  n. d. ca 1910
SONGS, / SONG PANTOMIMES, EXERCISES, DRILLS AND / DIALOGUES
FOR ALL PATRIOTIC OCCASIONS / [line ] / SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES / [line] /
by / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Days We Celebrate,” “Children’s Comic
Dialogues,” / “Catchy Comic Dialogues,” “Tableaux and Scenic / Readings,”
“Good Things for Christmas,” etc. / [publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / T. S.
DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /
PATRIOTIC / CELEBRATIONS / MONOLOGUES, RECITATIONS, MOTIONS                      n. d.
SONGS, / SONG PANTOMIMES, EXERCISES, DRILLS AND / DIALOGUES
FOR ALL PATRIOTIC OCCASIONS / [line ] / SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES / [line] /
by / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little Folks’s Budget,” “The Best Drill
Book,” / “The Surprise Drill Book,” “The Days We Celebrate,” / “Children’s
Comic Dialogues,” “Catchy Comic / Dialogues,” “Tableaux and Scenic / Read- /
ings,” “Good Things for Christmas” and “The Boys’ Entertainment.” / [publisher’s
device] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

TABLEAUX / AND / SCENIC READINGS / ORIGINAL TABLEAUX, PANTOMINES n. d. ca 1906
(sic), ILLUSTRATED / SONGS AND SCENIC READINGS / [line ] / SUITABLE
FOR ALL AGES
 / [line] / by / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little Folks’s Budget,” “The Best
Drill Book,” “The / Surprise Drill Book,” “The Days We Celebrate,” / “Children’s
Comic Dialogues,” and / “Catchy Comic Dialogues,” / [publisher’s device] /
CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /
THE / BEST DRILL BOOK / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little Folks” n. d.
Budget” / [line] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

THE / BOYS’ ENTERTAINER RECITATIONS, MONOLOGUES, DIALOGUES, / n. d.
EXERCISES, DRILLS, MOTION SONGS, / AND MATERIAL FOR / SPECIAL
DAYS / FOR BOYS FROM SIX TO FIFTEEN / YEARS OF AGE / BY / MARIE
IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “The Little Folks’ Budget,” “The Best Drill Book,” “The
Surprise / Drill Book,” “The Days We Celebrate,” “Children’s / Comic Dialogues,”
“Catchy Comic Dialogues,” / “Tableaux and Scenic Readings,” and / Good Things
for Christmas” / [device] / CHICAGO / T.S. DENISON & COMPANY /
PUBLISHERS /
THE / SURPRISE DRILL BOOK / BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / “Little Folks’ n. d.
Budget,: “The Best Drill Book,” “Christ- / mas Entertainer,” Patriotic Celebrations,” /
“Little Plays with Drills,” “Catchy / Comic Dialogues,” Etc. / [publisher’s device] /
CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

THE FAVORITE / CHRISTMAS BOOK / RECITATIONS, MONOLOGUES,                                     n. d.
DRILLS / WITH SONGS, EXERCISES AND / DIALOGUES/ FOR ALL AGES /
BY / MARIE IRISH / AUTHOR OF / ” “The Best Drill Book,” / “The Boys’
Entertainer,” “Catchy / Comic Dialogues,” “Children’s Comic Dialogues,” “The /
Days We Celebrate,” “Good Things for Christmas,” / “Good Things for
Thanksgiving,” “Good Things / for Washington and Lincoln Birthdays,” / “The Little
Folks’ Budget,” “Little / People’s Plays,” “Patriotic Celebra- / tions,” “Surprise Drill
Book,” and / “Tableaux and Scenic Read- / ings.” / “Heap on more wood! the wind
is chill / But let it whistle as it will. / We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.” / Scott /
[publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / T. S. DENISON & COMPANY / PUBLISHERS /

[title boxed] Snappy Drills and / Marches / BY / MARIE IRISH / [device] / PAINE              n. d. ca 1910
PUBLISHING COMPANY / DAYTON, OHIO /
[title boxed] / BUGBEE’S POPULAR BOOKS / Pleasing Pantomimes / and                           n. d.
Tableaux / By / MARIE IRISH, / O. E. YOUNG, / and Others / [device] / THE
WILLIS N. BUGBEE CO. / SYRACUSE, N. Y. /
[NOTE: This is a sample of the SKETCH BOOK used to sell the NATIONAL                      1860
EDITION. May be an earlier variant of Arbour 781 (I don’t have 782 ff yet) Spine
stamped on back thus: [double gold line] IRVING’S / WORKS / line / National /
Edition / line / [feather and pen ??? device / shield; Putnam Emblem??? / three
gold lines /.
AUTHORIZED / Readings and Recitations / [seal of the “National Grand Lodge of             n. d.
Canada / I.O.G.T. / (maple leaf) Inst. Sept 9th 1908” ] / For Medal Contest Work /
PUBLISHED BY / The National Grand Lodge / J. V. Jackson, N.S. Secy. /
Moncton, N. B. / [with rules and judging criteria]
[cover title in printed frame with illustration of three girls with handkerchiefs:] the   n. d.
HANDKERCHIEF DRILL / AN / IMITATION of a SNOWSTORM / A. FLANAGAN
COMPANY / CHICAGO /
[title boxed] New Idea Speaker / OR, / SONGS AND RHYMES FOR JOLLY                         1901 n. d.
TIMES / A BOOK OF ORIGINAL AND SELECTED RECITATIONS / IN VERSE
AND PROSE, DIALOGUES, DRILLS, TABLEAUX AND SONGS WITH / MUSIC,
ARRAYED IN THE FORM OF PROGRAMS FOR / CHILDREN’S
ENTERTAINMENTS / By MAUDE M. JACKSON / ORIGINATOR AND DIRECTOR
OF ENTERTAINMENTS IN THE PUBLIC / SCHOOLS OF CHICAGO / [Picture of
children with lanterns on a string] .....[Much more] .... / COPYRIGHT 1901, BY
MAUDE M. JACKSON./ UPLIFT PUBLISHING COMPANY, / NEW YORK CITY, N.
Y. / [t p boxed]
[title boxed] THE / NEW IDEA SPEAKER FOR CHILDREN / A BOOK OF                             1901
ORIGINAL AND SELECTED RECITATIONS IN / VERSE AND PROSE,
DIALOGUES, DRILLS, TABLEAUX AND SONGS WITH / MUSIC, ARRAYED IN
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SAM JONES’ / SERMONS. /                                                            1891
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[being a letter, Dec. 28, 1867, Moore’s Hill, Dearborn County, Indiana to “Friend      [1867]
McCollum” in which Kidd tells how he completed his studies in law at the
Cincinnati Law School but as “induced” to give lessons in elocution and vocal
culture to the superintendent of the Cincinnati Public Schools and other “influential
public men” and thus postponed his plans to practice law. He states, “I occupy the
position of professor of elocution in several of the best colleges and Universities in
the U.S.” He says he travels widely from Princeton in the East to the “Mo. River” in
the West. He mentions the publication of his book “about nine years ago” and
says it has a “larger circulation than any other work on these subjects in the U.S.”

NEW / ELOCUTION / AND / VOCAL CULTURE / BY / ROBERT KIDD, A. M. /                     n. d.
Author of Kidd’s Rhetorical Reader. / [publisher’s device / NEW - YORK
CINCINNATI CHICAGO / AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY /
NEW / ELOCUTION / AND / VOCAL CULTURE / BY / ROBERT KIDD, A. M. /                     n. d.
Author of Kidd’s Rhetorical Reader. / [publisher’s device / NEW - YORK
CINCINNATI CHICAGO / AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY /
VOCAL CULTURE / AND / ELOCUTION: /WITH NUMEROUS EXERCISES IN /                        n. d.
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AN OUTLINE / OF / Vocal Physiology / AND / Bell’s “Visible Speech” / The         1896
Scientific Basis for Teaching Correct / Articulation and Pronunciation. / BY /
CHARLES W. KIDDER. / BOSTON, MASS. / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, /
EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY, Tremont and Berkeley Streets, / 1896. /

THE / ORIGIN AND PROGRESS / OF / LANGUAGE. / Without speech,                     1852
knowledge would have but little value; and /without knowledge, speech would have
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AN / ESSAY ON ELOCUTION, / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS /                        1834
AND / PRIVATE LEARNERS. / [line] / BY SAMUEL KIRKHAM, / Author of “English
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AN / ESSAY ON ELOCUTION, / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS /                        1833
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AN / ESSAY ON ELOCUTION, / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS /                        1833
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AN / ESSAY ON ELOCUTION, / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS /                        1844
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MASTERY OF SPEECH A COURSE IN EIGHT PARTS ON GENERAL                                   n. d.
SPEEECH, BUSINESS TALKING, AND PUBLIC SPEAKING, WHAT TO SAY
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THE / Lawrence System / of / Vocal and Physical Expression / A practical and           1901
comprehensive work on / ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART / Containing Explicit
Instructions for the Cultivation of the Speaking / Voice and Gesture: Directions for
the Production and Control of / Breath, Sound and Speech: Rules for Articulation, /
Modulation, Emphasis and Delivery. / Designed for the Special Use of Lawyers,
Ministers, Actors, / Dramatic Students, Teachers, Colleges, Schools, and all /
those who wish to Excel in the Nobel Art of Expression. / by / EDWIN GORDON
LAWRENCE / Author of / “THE LAWRENCE RECITER” and “SIMPLIFIED
ELOCUTION” / Teacher of Elocution and Director of / “The Lawrence School of
Expression” / OF NEW YORK / [line] / 1901 / THE LAWRENCE PUBLISHING CO.
/ NEW YORK /
The Lawrence / Reader and Speaker / A COMPILATION OF MASTERPIECES /                    1911
IN POETRY AND PROSE / INCLUDING MANY OF THE GREATEST ORATIONS
OF ALL AGES / WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES OF THE AUTHORS, POETS,
AND / ORATORS, AND CRITICAL REMARKS ON THEIR PRODUCTIONS / AND
STYLES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF COLLEGES, / SCHOOLS,
SEMINARIES, LITERARY SOCIETIES, / AND ALL PERSONS WISHING TO
EXCEL AS / READERS AND SPEAKERS / BY / EDWIN GORDON LAWRENCE /
TEACHER OF ORATORY AND DRAMATIC ART, AND AUTHOR OF / “THE
POWER OF SPEECH,” ETC. / [publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / A. C. McCLURG
& CO. / 1911 /
SIMPLIFIED ELOCUTION / A COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM OF / ELOCUTION                           1895
AND ACTING / Containing explicit instructions for the cultivation of the Speaking
Voice / and Gesture. Directions for the production of Breath, Sound / and Speech:
Rules for Articulation,Modulation, / Emphasis and Delivery; Postures and /
movements of the Feet, Body, / Arms, Head Eyes, etc. / Designed for the special
use of Teachers, Actors, / Students, Colleges, Schools, and all those who wish / to
perfect themselves in the noble art of Expression / To which is added a Complete
Speaker, consisting of Selections in / Poetry and Prose suitable for Recitations. /
BY / EDWIN GORDON LAWRENCE / TEACHER OF ELOCUTION AND
DIRECTOR OF “THE LAWRENCE / SCHOOL OF ACTING” OF NEW YORK. /
1895 / PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR / NEW YORK /
THE / LAWRENCE RECITER: / A / SIMPLE YET COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM / n. d.
OF / ELOCUTION / CONTAINING EXERCISES FOR THE DEVELOPING AND
CULTIVA- / TION OF THE VOICE, AND GRACE AND POWER OF GESTURE; /
RULES FOR BREATHING, ARTICULATION, MODULA- / TION, ETC;
SELECTIONS FOR EXERCISES FOR / VOICE, GESTURE AND DRAMATIC
ACTION. / DESIGNED FOR THE SPECIAL USE OF TEACHERS, STUDENTS, /
COLLEGES, SCHOOLS, AND ALL THOSE WHO WISH TO PER- / FECT
THEMSELVES IN THE NOBLE ART OF EXPRESSION. / BY / EDWIN GORDON
LAWRENCE, / (Son of Prof. Philip Lawrence,) / TEACHER OF ELOCUTION AND
DIRECTOR OF “THE LAWRENCE / SCHOOL OF ACTING,” OF NEW YORK. /
TO WHICH IS ADDED A COLLECTION OF OLD AND NEW GEMS / BOTH IN
POETRY AND PROSE, COMPILED BY THE LATE / PROF. PHILIP LAWRENCE,
/ AND ALSO A NUMBER OF HIS OWN PIECES WHICH HAVE / NEVER
BEFORE APPEARED IN PRINT. / PHILADELPHIA: T. B. PETERSON &
BROTHERS; / 306 CHESTNUT STREET. /

[being a prospectus for:] COLLEGE OF ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ARTS,                    n.d. 1881
No.8 UNION SQUARE [address lined out and replaced by hand with “15 East 14th
Street, New York] / PROF. PHILIP LAWRENCE, / Founder of the “Pennsylvaniea
Institute of Elocution;” author fo the “Model / Speaker,” “Lawrence Speaker,”
“Comstock’s Elocution,” &c., Instructor / of the present, or late Teacher of
Elocution at Vassar College, Tren- / ton College, Saunders’ College, Millersville
College, &c., Teacher / of the “Champion Speakers of Philadelphia,” (who have /
never been defeated.) [More, including terms, testimonials from the press and
actress Lilian Adelaide Neilson, back page description of Lawrence Dramatic
College, opening May 1, 1881.]
THE / MODEL SPEAKER. / CONSISTING OF / EXERCISES IN PROSE AND                        1873
POETRY. / FOR THE USE OF / Schools, Academies, and Colleges. / BY / PHILIP
LAWRENCE, / PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION. / [publisher’s device] /
PHILADELPHIA: / ELDREDGE & BROTHER, / No. 17 North Seventh Street. /
1873. /
THE LAWRENCE SPEAKER. / SELECTION OF LITERARY GEMS / IN / POETRY n. d.
ADN PROSE. / DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF COLLEGES, SCHOOLS,
SEMINARIES, / LITERARY SOCIETIES, AND ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR /
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS TO EXCEL IN DECLA- / MATION AND PUBLIC
SPEAKING. / BY PHILIP LAWRENCE, / PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION, AND
PRINCIPAL OF TEH INSTITUTES OF ELOCUTION IN / NEW YORK AND
PHILADELPHIA. / This work contains not only teh finest productions of Authors
known to Fame, / in botrh Prose and Poetry, but also a number of Anonymous
Pieces of the highest / merit, as well as Practical Hints and Rues to be followed by
all in the study / of Elocution, as regards Articulation, Modulatin, Emphasis, and
Delivery. / PHILADELPHIA: / T. B. PETERSON & BROTHERS; / 306 CHESTNUT
STREET. /

THE / MODEL SPEAKER. / CONSISTING OF / EXERCISES IN PROSE AND              n. d.
POETRY. / FOR THE USE OF / Schools, Academies, and Colleges. / BY / PHILIP
LAWRENCE, / PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION. / Tenth Edition. / [line] / NEW
YORK AND PHILADELPHIA: / HINDS, NOBLE & ELDREDGE. /

MANUAL / OF ARGUMENTATION / FOR HIGH SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES /                        1914
BOOK II / [line] / BELLES-LETTRES; / AUGUSTUS LAYRES, / PROFESSOR OF 1867
VARIOUS LANGUAGES, RHETORIC / AND SCIENCES. / [line] / SAN
FRANCISCO: / A. ROMAN & COMPANY, / NOS. 417 AND 419 MONTGOMERY
STREET. / 1867. /

THE ELEMENTS / OF / COMPOSITION, / BELLES-LETTRES, / AND /                          1867
ORATORY. / [line] / BY AUGUSTUS LAYRES, / PROFESSOR OF VARIOUS
LANGUAGES, RHETORIC AND SCIENCES. / [line] / SAN FRANCISCO: / A.
ROMAN & CO., / NOS. 417 AND 419 MONTGOMERY STREET. / 1867. /

THE KEY / TO / GRAMMATICAL AND RHETORI- / CAL COMPOSITION, ELOCU- 1884
/ TION, AND THE LEARN- / ING OF LANGUAGES / BY THE INDUCTIVE
METHOD. / [line] / RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO / GEO. C. PERKINS, EX-
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA, / BY / AUGUSTUS LAYRES, / PROFESSOR OF
LOGIC AND RHETORIC, / AUTHOR OF THE ELEMENTS OF COMPOSITION
AND / BELLES LETTRES. / FIRST SERIES OF MODELS--NO. 1. / SAN
FRANCISCO, 1884: CHILION BEACH, AGENT, 107 MONTGOMERY ST. /

PHYSICAL CULTURE, / FOUNDED ON / DELSARTEAN PRINCIPLES, / BY /        1892
CARRICA LE FAVRE, / FIRST PRESIDENT OF / THE AMERICAN DELSARTE
ASSOCIATION, / AND AUTHOR OF / “THE ROYAL ROAD TO HEALTH,
BEAUTY AND / A HIGHER DEVELOPMENT,” “MOTHERS’ HELP / AND CHILD’S
FRIEND,” “CORRECT / DRESS,” ETC. ETC., ETC. / [line] / ARRANGED FOR
SEMINARIES, CLASSES, PRIVATE / TEACHERS AND INDIVIDUALS. / NEW
YORK: / FOWLER & WELLS CO., PUBLISHERS, / 27 EAST 21ST ST., / 1892. /

A / PRACTICAL READER / WITH / Exercises in Vocal Culture. / BY / CAROLINE           1884
B. LE ROW, / Late Instructor in Elocution, / SMITH AND VASSAR COLLEGES /
“In the name, then, of physical and mental well-being, I demand that the art / of
reading aloud shall be ranked among the principal branches of public educa- /
tion.” ERNEST LEGOUVE. / [line] / NEW YORK: / CLARK & MAYNARD,
PUBLISHERS, / 734 BROADWAY. / 1884. /

A / PRACTICAL READER / WITH / Exercises in Vocal Culture. / BY / CAROLINE 1883
B. LE ROW, / Late Instructor in Elocution, / SMITH AND VASSAR COLLEGES. /
“In the name, then, of physical and mental well-being, I demand that the art / of
reason aloud shall be ranked among the principal branches of public educa- / tion.”
-- ERNEST LEGOUVE. / [line] / NEW YORK: / CLARK & MAYNARD,
PUBLISHERS, / 734 BROADWAY. / 1883. /

A / WELL-PLANNED / COURSE IN READING / WITH / Elocutionary Advice /             n. d. [1901?]
Arranged / For the Use of Classes in / Elocution and Reading / BY / CAROLINE B.
LE ROW / Formerly Instructor in Elocution in Smith and Vassar Colleges, /
Compiler of “Pieces for Every Occasion” / [line] / COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY HINDS &
NOBLE / [line] / HINDS, NOBLE & ELDREDGE / 31-33-35 West 15th Street New
York City /
PIECES / FOR / EVERY OCCASION / COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY /                      [?] 1901
CAROLINE B. LE ROW / Formerly Instructor of Elocution at Smith and Vassar
Colleges / compiler of “A Well-planned Course in Reading” / [line] / COPYRIGHT,
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31-33-35 WEST 15th ST. / NEW YORK CITY /
PIECES / FOR / EVERY OCCASION / COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY /                            [?] 1901
CAROLINE B. LE ROW / Formerly Instructor of Elocution at Smith and Vassar
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1901, BY HINDS & NOBLE / [line] / HINDS, NOBLE & ELDREDGE, Publishers /
31-33-35 WEST 15th ST. / NEW YORK CITY /
Werner’s / Readings and Recitations / No. 10 / AMERICA’S RECITATION BOOK /            [1892]
COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY / CAROLINE B. LE ROW / [publisher’s device]
/ EDGAR S. WERNER & COMPANY / NEW YORK / Copyright, 1892, by Edgar S.
Werner /
A BRIEF COURSE / IN ELOCUTION / BY / NANNIE C. LEASE, A. M. /                         1915
INSTRUCTOR I ELOCUTION / WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE /
WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND / 1915 /
STEREOTYPE EDITION. / EASY LESSONS / IN / READING: / FOR THE / USE                    1831
OF THE YOUNGER CLASSES / IN / COMMON SCHOOLS / [device] / BY
JOSHUA LEAVITT. / [device] / [line] / STEREOTYPED BY T. H. CARTER & CO.
BOSTON . / KEENE, N. H. / PUBLISHED BY J. & J. W. PRENTISS / 1831. /

LEE’S / Home and Business / INSTRUCTOR [penmanship, letter writing,                    1897
bookkeeping, banking, law, social forms, speeches] / CHICAGO / LAIRD & LEE /
1897 /
[title in box, with a design occupying a vertical strip approximately one-fifth of the 1902
box and with the R of Reading in the box] READING / AS A / FINE ART/ [line] / By
/ ERNEST LEGOUVE / OF THE ACADEMIE FRANCAISE / Translated from the
Ninth Edition / by / ABBY LANGDON ALGER / [device] / Philadelphia / The Penn
Publishing Company / 1902
THE DIME / HAIL COLUMBIA SPEAKER./ CONTAINING THE / GREAT                              n. d. [1898?]
UTTERANCES OF OUR GREAT ORATORS, / POETS, STATESMEN AND
DIVINES, / ON THE THEMES OF / AMERICAN PATRIOTISM, LIBERTY AND
UNION. / [line ; EDITED BY DR. LOUIS LEGRAND. / [line] / [line] / COPYRIGHT,
1898, BY JAMES SULLIVAN. / M. J. IVERS & CO., PUBLISHERS, / (JAMES
SULLIVAN, PROPRIETOR), / 379 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. /
[Beadle’s Dime Speaker Series, No. 18]

ORATORY / A Handbook for Participants in the National / Oratorical Contest,     1927
Containing the / Winning Orations of Each Year /
The Art of Lecturing / BY / ARTHUR M. LEWIS / [line] / REVISED EDITION / [line] n. d. ca 1930
/ [publisher’s device] / CHICAGO / CHARLES H. KERR & COMPANY / CO-
OPERATIVE /
THE / Origin of Stammering / (Enlarged and Revised Edition) / BY / GEO.         1897
ANDREW LEWIS / (A severe Stammerer for more than twenty years.) /
PRINCIPAL AND FOUNDER OF / THE LEWIS PHONO-METRIC METHOD. /
Registered at patent offices in the / United States and Canada. / [MUCH MORE] /
COPYRIGHTED, / BY GEO. ANDREW LEWIS. / 1897. / (All rights reserved.)
[Includes lectures to Wayne County Medical Society (1896), Michigan State
Association of Elocutionists (1897), National Association of Elocutionists of
America (1896)]
THE ORIGIN AND /TREATMENT OF STAMMERING / (Sixth Edition Enlarged and 1900
Revised. / BY / GEO. ANDREW LEWIS / (An Inveterate Stammerer for more than
twenty years.) / FOUNDER OF / THE LEWIS PHONO-METRICK METHOD /
Registered at patent offices in the United States and Canada. / [MORE....] [Being
a combination of two earlier publications? Includes lectures to Wayne County
Medical Society (1896), Michigan State Association of Elocutionists (1897),
National Association of Elocutionists of America (1896)]

LEWIS’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS, / ADAPTED FOR / PUBLIC AND                     1876
PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENTS, / WITH / Hints and Suggestions on Public
Reading, Lead- / ing words marked, and Explanatory Notes to the / Selections, for
the guidance of the Reader. / BY RICHARD LEWIS, / TEACHER OF ELOCUTION
AUTHOR OF THE “DOMINION ELOCUTIONIST,” / [line] / TORONTO: /
BELFORD BROS., PUBLISHERS. / MDCCCLXXVI. /
Miller Co’s & Educational Series. / [line] / HOW TO READ; / A DRILL BOOK /         1878
FOR THE / CULTIVATION OF THE SPEAKING VOICE, / AND FOR CORRECT
AND EXPRESSIVE READING. / ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND
FOR / PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. / [line] / BY RICHARD LEWIS, / Teacher of
Elocution, Author of “The Dominion Elocutionist,” &c. / [line] / Authorized by the
Minister of Education. / [line] / 4th Edition. / TORONTO: / ADAM MILLER & CO., /
1878. /
THE / DOMINION ELOCUTIONIST / AND / PUBLIC READER, / A SYSTEM OF                   1872
ELOCUTION FORMED ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE / HUMAN VOICE AND
THE LOGICAL STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE, / WITH / INSTRUCTIONS AND
EXERCISES / FOR THE / CULTIVATION OF THE SPEAKING VOICE, AND FOR
/ Expressive Reading and Oratorical Delivery; / SUGGESTING METHODS OF
STUDY FOR READING THE DRAMA, POETRY, THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, THE
DELIVERY OF SERMONS, / AND FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING; TOGETHER WITH
SELECTIONS IN / ORATORY , FICTION, POETRY, AND THE DRAMA. /
Especially adapted for Public Readings, Self-Instruction, / and for use in Schools
and Colleges. / BY RICHARD LEWIS, / TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. / [line] /
TORONTO: ADAM, STEVENSON & CO. / MONTREAL: JOHN LOVELL. / 1892. /

THE YOUNG SPEAKERS’ LIBRARY / FOR / Home, School, Church, and Clubs, / n. d.
CONTAINING / STORIES, RECITATIONS, DRAMAS, AND GAMES. / [line] /
EDITED BY / Neffie Palmer Lindsey. /[line] / BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. / [line]
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ADVANTAGE / OF THIS BRANCH OF EDUCATION IN EARLY LIFE, AND ALSO
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THE / AMERICAN READER:                                                               1811
THE / AMERICAN ELOCUTIONIST / AND / DRAMATIC READER. / FOR THE                       n. d.*
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Authorized Edition / [line] / THE HYGIENE / OF / THE VOCAL ORGANS / A         1891
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OF ORAL EXPRESSION, PRACTICALLY ILLUS- / TRATED IN A SYSTEMATIC
COURSE OF LESSONS. / [line] / BY HENRY B. MAGLATHLIN, A. M., / AUTHOR
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THE/ BOOK OF ORATORY: / A NEW COLLECTION OF EXTRACTS IN /                       1851
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[line] / The Fourth Edition. /

THE / STUDENT AND PASTOR; / OR / DIRECTIONS / HOW TO ATTAIN TO                 1807
EMINENCE AND USEFULNESS / IN THOSE RESPECTIVE CHARACTERS. / To
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lecteur n’a pas grand besoin de savoir tout cela; mais / noi, j’ai grand besoin de la
lui dire. -- ROUSSEAU. / [line] / CHICAGO: / S. C. GRIGGS AND COMPANY. /
1874. /
WORDS; / THEIR USE AND ABUSE. / BY / WILLIAM MATHEWS, LL.D. /                         1877
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THE / PRINCIPLES / OF / ELOQUENCE, /                               1843


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THE BAR. /
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THE / YOUNG ANALYZER; / BEING A EASY OUTLINE OF THE COURSE / OF          1857
INSTRUCTION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, / PRESENTED IN /
MCELLIGOTT’S ANALYTICAL MANUAL: / DESINGED TO SERVE THE DOUBLE
PURPOSE OF / SPELLING BOOK AND DICTIONARY / IN THE YOUNGER
CLASSES IN SCHOOLS. / [line] / By James N. McElligott, /PRINCIPAL OF THE
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Lecture Notes from Jefferson College, 1835-36. Rhetoric and Belles Lettres,      1835-36
Moral Philosophy, and some law comments. Includes list of names, addresses
and intended professions of the junior class.
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THE TUXEDO RECITER. / A REPOSITORY OF ORIGINAL / AND SELECTED                       1893
RECITATIONS AND / READINGS, CONTEMPORANEOUS AND /
OTHERWISE. / [line] / COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY FRANK McHALE. [line]
/ NEW YORK / EXCELSIOR PUBLISHING HOUSE. / 29 & 31 BEEKMAN ST. /
1893. /
THE TUXEDO RECITER. / A REPOSITORY OF ORIGINAL / AND SELECTED                       1893
RECITATIONS AND / READINGS, CONTEMPORANEOUS AND /
OTHERWISE. / [line] / COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY FRANK McHALE. /
[line] / SECOND EDITION. / NEW YORK / EXCELSIOR PUBLISHING HOUSE. /
29 & 31 BEEKMAN ST. / 1893. /
ELOCUTION / THE / SOURCES AND ELEMENTS / OF / ITS POWER / A TEXT -                  1892
BOOK FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES, AND A BOOK FOR / EVERY PUBLIC
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McILVAINE / Professor of Belles Lettres in Princeton College. / NEW YORK; /
CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS, / 1892 /
SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES / OF / WILLIAM McKINLEY /                                    1893

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[title boxed] FROM THE FOUR WINDS / QUAINT AND HELPFUL / POEMS / AS /               1911
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11 or 18, 1911.
[being a four-page pamphlet of Recitations and Exercises ]
THE ORGANS OF SPEECH                                                              1884
[being] [#1] Engraving of Milburn, by J. C. Buttre from an ambrotype by Brady [#2] 1860
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THE KINDERGARTEN / OR / HOME AND SCHOOL CULTURE / A CHOICE                        1891
COLLECTION / POEMS, STORIES, DRAWINGS AND SONGS /TOGETHER
WITH XX CHAPTERS / ON THE KINDERGARTEN / AND / ITS RELATION TO
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/
YOUNG FOLKS / SPEAKER / A COLLECTION OF / Charming Recitations,                   1895
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OUTLINES / OF / RHETORIC AND BELLES-LETTRES. / BY / ABRAHAM MILLS, 1854
A.M. / AUTHOR OF THE POETS AND THE POETRY OF THE ANCIENT
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SELECTIONS / FOR / HOME AND SCHOOLS / COMPILED BY / MARION L.                       n. d.
MISCH / [publisher’s device] / PHILADELPHIA / THE JEWISH PUBLICATION
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...... / At the earnest solicitation of the Public, the celebrated and accomplished n. d. 1849 ?
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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER, 13TH. [Hayne, Foot, Randolph, Clay were
among the apparently pro-south orators “impersonated”]

[being a program from Miss Parke’s School]                               1896
Non Sibi.... / A / MASQUE OF CULTURE / (BURLESQUE) / GIVEN / BY THE
SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION / OF / MISS PARKE’S SCHOOL, / WEDNESDAY
EVENING, JUNE 8, 1896. / AT EIGHT O’CLOCK. [ Names of characters and the
young ladies who played them inside]
A / MANUAL OF ELOCUTION / FOUNDED UPON THE / PHILOSOPHY OF THE                1880
HUMAN VOICE. / WITH / Classified Illustrations. / SUGGESTED BY AND
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COOKE. / 1870.
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MANUAL / OF / PHYSICAL AND VOCAL TRAINING, / FOR THE USE OF                   1871
SCHOOLS / AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. / BY / LEWIS B. MONROE, /
SUPERINTENDENT OF PHYSICAL AND VOCAL CULTURE IN THE PUBLIC
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LEWIS B. MONROE. / [line] / BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. /
NEW YORK: / LEE, SHEPARD, AND DILLINGHAM. / 1875. /
PUBLIC AND PARLOR READINGS: / PROSE AND POETRY / FOR THE USE               1871
OF / READING CLUBS / AND FOR / PUBLIC AND SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENT. /
[line] / HUMOROUS. / [line] / EDITED BY / LEWIS B. MONROE. / [line] /
BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. / NEW YORK: / LEE,
SHEPARD, AND DILLINGHAM. / 1871. /
PUBLIC AND PARLOR READINGS: / PROSE AND POETRY / FOR THE USE               1888
OF / READING CLUBS / AND FOR / PUBLIC AND SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENT. /
[line] / MISCELLANEOUS. / [line] / EDITED BY / LEWIS B. MONROE. / [line] /
BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. / 1888. /

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MONROE / DEAN OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ORATORY /
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YORK, CHICAGO, BOSTON /
THE / FIFTH READER. / BY / LEWIS B. MONROE. / DEAN OF BOSTON                 n. d.
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COWPERTHWAIT & CO. /
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PHILADELPHIA / COWPERTHWAIT & CO. /
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PHILADELPHIA / COWPERTHWAIT & CO. /


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EDITED BY / LEWIS B. MONROE. / [line] /BOSTON: / LEE AND SHEPARD,
PUBLISHERS. / NEW YORK: / CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM. / 1877 /[Cover Title:
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MANUAL / OF / PHYSICAL AND VOCAL TRAINING, / FOR THE USE OF                       n. d.
SCHOOLS / AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. / BY / LEWIS B. MONROE, /
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/ [line] / BY / LEWIS B. MONROE, / Formerly Superintendent of Physical and
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Werner
Montpelier Seminary                                                                   1900

p 35 has seven ladies posing in a Delsarte exercise
AMERICAN ELOQUENCE: / A Collection of / SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES, /                     1858
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AMERICAN ELOQUENCE: / A Collection of / SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES, /                     1858
BY THE MOST EMINENT / ORATORS OF AMERICA; / WITH BIOGRAPHICAL
SKETCHES AND ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES, / BY FRANK MOORE. / “Thre wre
Gyants in the earth in those dayes . . . . . . . . mightie men, / which were of olde,
men of renowne.” / Illustrated with fourteen Portraits engraved on Steel. / IN TWO
VOLUMES. / VOL. II. / NEW YORK: / D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, / 346 &
348 Broadway. / LONDON: 16 LITTLE BRITAIN. / 1858. /

SELECTED / READINGS / DESIGNED TO IMPART TO THE STUDENT / AN                          [May] 1909
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AN HOUR WITH DELSARTE / A Study of Expression / BY / ANNA MORGAN /                    1890
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THE ART OF SPEECH / AND / DEPORTMENT / BY / ANNA MORGAN /                             1917
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[Being a combined salesman’s sample:]                                                 n. d.
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with great Historic Scenes and /Portraits of Brilliant Orators. [ two lines boxed]
Famous Orators of the World / And Their Best Orations [boxed] / --containing-- /     n. d.
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Circle, c1909, blue cloth--I have Vol IV only, uncatalogued]

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[facsimiles]
 PATRIOTISM / IN / POETRY AND PROSE: / BEING / Selected passages /       1864
FROM LECTURES AND PATRIOTIC READINGS / BY / JAMES E. MURDOCH. /
ALSO, / POEMS / BY / THOMAS BUCHANAN READ, GEORGE H. BOKER, /
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PATRIOTISM / IN / POETRY AND PROSE: / BEING / Selected passages /   1865
FROM LECTURES AND PATRIOTIC READINGS / BY / JAMES E. MURDOCH. /
ALSO, / POEMS / BY / THOMAS BUCHANAN READ, GEORGE H. BOKER, /
FRANCIS DE HAES JANVIER, / AND OTHER AMERICAN AUTHORS, /
COMMEMORATIVE OF THE / GALLANT DEEDS OF OUR NOBLE DEFENDERS
ON LAND AND SEA. / PHILADELPHIA: / J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO. / 1865. /

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BRAGG & CO. / CINCINNATI. NEW YORK. /

A PLEA / FOR / SPOKEN LANGUAGE. / AN ESSAY UPON COMPARATIVE                    n. d.
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THE / UNTIED STATES. / BY / JAMES E. MURDOCH, / Actor, Reader, Instructor
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ANALYTIC / ELOCUTION / CONTAINING STUDIES, THEORETICAL AND                     n. d.
PRACTICAL OF EXPRESSIVE / SPEECH / BY / JAMES E. MURDOCH / Author
of “The Stage” and “A Plea for Spoken Language” / [publisher’s device] / NEW -
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THE STAGE / OR / RECOLLECTIONS OF ACTORS AND ACTING / FROM AN                  1880
EXPERIENCE OF FIFTY YEARS / A SERIES OF / DRAMATIC SKETCHES / BY /
JAMES E. MURDOCH / (WITH AN APPENDIX) / [line] / “All the world’s a stage; /
And all the men and women merely players.” / SHAKESPEARE / PHILADELPHIA /
J. M. STODDART & CO / 1880 /
ENGLISH EXERCISES, / ADAPTED TO / MURRAY’s ENGLISH GRAMMAR: /                  1818
ENGLISH GRAMMAR                                                            1836

INTRODUCTION / TO / THE ENGLISH READER; /                                  1820
SEQUEL / TO / THE ENGLISH READER: /                                        1829
STEREOTYPE EDITION / [line] / THE / ENGLISH READER; / OR / PIECES IN       1823
PROSE AND POETRY. / SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS.
THE / ENGLISH READER, / OR, PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, /                  1835
SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS. / DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG
PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND / EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR
LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS, / AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF THE MOST
IMPORTANT / PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. / WITH A FEW
PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS / ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. /
BY LINDLEY MURRAY, / AUTHOR OF AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR, &c. / [line] /
PITTSBURGH: / PUBLISHED BY JOHNSTON & STOCKTON. / 1835 /

THE / ENGLISH READER, / OR, PIECES IN PROSE AND VERSE, / SELECTED / 1826
FROM THE BEST WRITERS. / DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO
READ WITH PRO- /PRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE /
AND SENTIMENTS, AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF / THE MOST
IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF / PIETY AND VIRTUE. / WITH A FEW
PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS / ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. /
BY LINDLEY MURRAY, / Author of an English Grammar, &c., &c. / PRINTED AND
PUBLISHED BY J. R. SHUTE & CO. / MANCHESTER (VT.) / [dotted line] / 1826

THE / ENGLISH READER: /                                                    1807

THE / English Reader, /                                                    1823

The definitions of Inflections & Emphasis, / AND / RULES FOR READING VERSE,
/
MURRAY’S / ENGLISH GRAMMAR / ABRIDGED: / TO WHICH IS ADDED,                 1821
UNDER THE HEAD OF PROSODY, / AN ABRIDGMENT OF / SHERIDAN’s
LECTURES ON ELOCUTION. / ALSO, / MURRAY’S TREATISE ON
PUNCTUATION AT LARGE. / TOGETHER WITH A SYSTEM OF / EXERCISES, /
ADAPTED TO THE SEVERAL RULES OF SYNTAX / AND PUNCTUATION. /
DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. / [line] / FIFTH EDITION. / line] /
HARTFORD: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY PETER B. GLEASON AND CO. / [d. line]
/ 1821. /
[title boxed] THE PRONOUNCING ENGLISH READER. / THE / ENGLISH                       1824
READER: / OR, / PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, / SELECTED / FROM THE
BEST WRITERS. / DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH
PRO- / PRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE / AND
SENTIMENTS; AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF / THE MOST IMPORTANT
PRINCIPALS OF / PIETY AND VIRTUE. / WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY
OBSERVATIONS / ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. / [line] / BY
LINDLEY MURRAY, / AUTHOR OF AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR, &c. &c. / [line] /
[pair of doves on crossed fronds] / To which, by the aid of a Key, is scrupulously
applied, Mr. Walker’s / Pronunciation of the Classical Proper Names, and of
numerous / other words, difficult to pronounce. / [line] / BY ISRAEL ALGER, JUN.
A. M. / Teacher of Youth, Editor of the Pronouncing Testament, and Author of /
Key to Book-Keeping, &c, &c. / [line] / Boston: PUBLISHED BY LINCOLN &
EDMANDS, NO. 53, CORNHILL, AND BY CUSHING & JEWETT, BALTIMORE. /
1824. / [dotted line] / Stereotyped by T. H. & C. Carter, Boston. / [dotted line] /

[title boxed] THE PRONOUNCING ENGLISH READER. / THE / ENGLISH                       1824
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BEST WRITERS. / DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH
PRO- / PRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE / AND
SENTIMENTS; AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF / THE MOST IMPORTANT
PRINCIPALS OF / PIETY AND VIRTUE. / WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY
OBSERVATIONS / ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. / [line] / BY
LINDLEY MURRAY, / AUTHOR OF AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR, &c. &c. / [line] /
[pair of doves on crossed fronds] / To which, by the aid of a Key, is scrupulously
applied, Mr. Walker’s / Pronunciation of the Classical Proper Names, and of
numerous / other words, difficult to pronounce. / [line] / BY ISRAEL ALGER, JUN.
A. M. / Teacher of Youth, Editor of the Pronouncing Testament, and Author of /
Key to Book-Keeping, &c, &c. / [line] / Boston: PUBLISHED BY LINCOLN &
EDMANDS, NO. 53, CORNHILL, AND BY CUSHING & JEWETT, BALTIMORE. /
1824. / [dotted line] / Stereotyped by T. H. & C. Carter, Boston. / [dotted line] /

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Elocution Class, Amoskeag Textile Club                                               nd
[being a postcard with a picture of some 90 girls and young women, all dress in
white with the front row holding ?? shuttles ??. Posed before the textile plant.
Manchester, New Hampshire, Situated on the Merrimack River]
Ohio Valley Academy, / DECATUR, OHIO. / RHETORICAL EXERCISES. /                      1864
TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1864, at 7 P. M
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THE / PULPIT ORATOR; / Being a new Selection of / ELOQUENT PULPIT             1804
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THE / FORUM ORATOR; / OR THE / AMERICAN PUBLIC SPEAKER. /                     1804
CONSISTING OF / EXAMPLES AND MODELS OF ELOQUENCE, BOTH THAT
OF / THE BAR AND POPULAR ASSEMBLY; OF ORATIONS / AND SPEECHES
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PLEADINGS OF DISTINGUISHED AD- / VOCATES IN BOTH COUNTRIES. /
[Published according to Act of Congress.] / [double line] / BOSTON; / PRINTED
BY DAVID CARLISLE FOR JOSEPH NANCREDE / [short double line] / 1804. /
[also published as THE PRINCIPLES OF ELOQUENCE, being only Knox &
Jerningham, the first 123 pages of FORUM ORATOR]

[Being an unused post card, with return address:] National School of Elocution /     n. d.
and Oratory / Parkway Building, Philadelphia / The oldest chartered School of
Expression / in America / [Reverse side devoted to a picture of:] AUDITORIUM:
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A / RHETORICAL GRAMMAR: / WHEREIN THE / COMMON IMPROPRIETIES / 1822
IN / READING AND SPEAKING / ARE EXPOSED, / AND THE TRUE SOURCES
OF / ELEGANT PRONUNCIATION / POINTED OUT: / WITH NUMEROUS
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Pieces.” numbered separately at the end, 92 pages]

Werner’s / Readings and Recitations / No. 24. / COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY [1926]
/ MIRIAM NELKE. / [publisher’s device] / NEW YORK / EDGAR S. WERNER &
COMPANY / Copyright, 1900, 1926, by Edgar S. Werner Publishing & Supply Co.
/
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BOSTON, MASS / CALENDAR. / 1883-1884 / Copyright, E. Tourjee, 1883 /
[Includes history of the Conservatory]
A PRACTICAL / SYSTEM OF RHETORIC. / OR THE / PRINCIPLES AND RULES 1856
OF STYLE, / INFERRED FROM / EXAMPLES OF WRITING / TO WHICH IS
ADDED A / HISTORICAL DISSERTATION ON ENGLISH STYLE / BY SAMUEL
NEWMAN, / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC IN BOWDOIN COLLEGE. / SIXTIETH
EDITION. / NEW YORK: / IVISON & PHINNEY, 321 BROADWAY / CHICAGO: S.
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A / PRACTICAL / SYSTEM OF RHETORIC, / OR THE / PRINCIPLES AND              n. d.
RULES OF STYLE, / INFERRED FROM / EXAMPLES OF WRITING;/ TO WHICH
IS ADDED A / HISTORICAL DISSERTATION ON ENGLISH STYLE./ BY SAMUEL
P. NEWMAN, / Professor of Rhetoric in Bowdoin College. / [line] / FIFTIETH
EDITION. / NEW YORK: / MARK H. NEWMAN & CO., 199 BROADWAY; /
CINCINNATI: WM. H. MOORE & CO.; / AUBURN: J. C. IVISON & CO. ; /
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A / PRACTICAL / SYSTEM OF RHETORIC, / OR THE / PRINCIPLES AND              1856
RULES OF STYLE, / INFERRED FROM / EXAMPLES OF WRITING;/ TO WHICH
IS ADDED A / HISTORICAL DISSERTATION ON ENGLISH STYLE./ BY SAMUEL
P. NEWMAN, / Professor of Rhetoric in Bowdoin College. / [line] / TWELFTH
EDITION. / NEW YORK: / MARK H. NEWMAN. / SCHOOL BOOK PUBLISHER, /
199 BROADWAY. / [line] / 1843. /
A / PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF RHETORIC /                                         n. d.


A / PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF RHETORIC, /                                        1834

A / PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF RHETORIC: / OR THE / PRINCIPLES & RULES       1827
OF STYLE, / INFERRED FROM / EXAMPLES OF WRITING. / [line] / BY SAMUEL
P. NEWMAN, / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC IN BOWDOIN COLLEGE. / [line] /
PORTLAND: / Published by Wm. Hyde....A. Shirley, Printer. / 1827. /

A / PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF RHETORIC: / OR THE / PRINCIPLES & RULES       1829
OF STYLE, / INFERRED FROM / EXAMPLES OF WRITING. / [line] / BY SAMUEL
P. NEWMAN, / PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC IN BOWDOIN COLLEGE. / [line] /
SECOND EDITION. / PORTLAND: / PUBLISHED BY SHIRLEY & HYDE,
PORTLAND; / AND MARK NEWMAN, ANDOVER. / 1829. /

OLD / TEXTBOOKS [fancy line] SPELLING, GRAMMAR, READING,                   n. d.
ARITHMETIC, / GEOGRAPHY, AMERICAN HISTORY, CIVIL / GOVERNMENT,
PHYSIOLOGY, PENMANSHIP, ART, / MUSIC--AS TAUGHT IN THE COMMON
SCHOOLS / FROM COLONIAL DAYS TO 1900. /
“The Study of Elocution” [Noble] in: WHAT CAN A WOMAN DO: / OR, / HER            n. d.
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ILLUSTRATED / The fleet foot and the feeble foot, /Both seek the self-same goal.
/ The weakest soldier’s name is writ / On the great army roll. / SUSAN COOLIDGE
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“The Study of Elocution” [Noble] in: WHAT CAN A WOMAN DO: / OR, / HER              1884
POSITION IN THE / Business and Literary / World. / BY / Mrs. M. L. Rayne. /
ILLUSTRATED / The fleet foot and the feeble foot, /Both seek the self-same goal.
/ The weakest soldier’s name is writ / On the great army roll. / SUSAN COOLIDGE
/ F. B. DICKERSON & CO. / PUBLISHERS. DETROIT MICH. CINCINNATI, O. /
CHICAGO, ILL. ST. LOUIS. MO. / 1884. /
THE / TEACHER AND THE PARENT; / A TREATISE UPON / COMMON-                          1853
SCHOOL EDUCATION; / CONTAINING / PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS TO
TEACHERS AND PARENTS / BY / CHARLES NORTHEND, A. M., /
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DANVERS, MASS.; LATE, AND
FOR MANY / YEARS, PRINCIPAL OF THE EPES SCHOOL, SALEM, MASS. /
FOURTH EDITION. / [line] / NEW YORK: / A. S. BARNES & CO., 51 JOHN-
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CHOICE SELECTIONS / BEING ABOUT SIX HUNDRED EXTRACTS / FROM                        n. d.
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED DIFFERENT / AUTHORS / DESIGNED FOR
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CHARLES NORTHEND , A. M. / AUTHOR OF “TEACHER AND PARENT,”
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COMPANY. /
CHOICE SELECTIONS / BEING ABOUT SIX HUNDRED EXTRACTS / FROM                        1892
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED DIFFERENT / AUTHORS / DESIGNED FOR
LESSONS IN RECITATIONS, / READING, MORALS, AND LITERATURE / BY /
CHARLES NORTHEND , A. M. / AUTHOR OF “TEACHER AND PARENT,”
“TEACHER’S ASSISTANT,” ETC. / BOSTON: EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING
COMPANY. / 1892. /
CHOICE SELECTIONS / BEING ABOUT SIX HUNDRED EXTRACTS / FROM                        n. d.
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED DIFFERENT / AUTHORS / DESIGNED FOR
LESSONS IN RECITATIONS, / READING, MORALS, AND LITERATURE / BY /
CHARLES NORTHEND , A. M. / AUTHOR OF “TEACHER AND PARENT,”
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AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY / FROM THE PRESS OF D. APPLETON &
COMPANY /
CHOICE SELECTIONS / BEING ABOUT SIX HUNDRED EXTRACTS / FROM                        1888
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED DIFFERENT / AUTHORS / DESIGNED FOR
LESSONS IN RECITATIONS, / READING, MORALS, AND LITERATURE / BY /
CHARLES NORTHEND , A. M. / AUTHOR OF “TEACHER AND PARENT,”
“TEACHER’S ASSISTANT,” ETC. / NEW YORK / D. APPLETON AND COMPANY
/ 1888
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STUDENTS / IN / SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / BY / CHARLES NORHTEND,
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“LITTLE ORATOR,” “ENTERTAINING DIALOGUES,” ETC. / [publisher’s device] /
A. S. BARNES AND COMPANY, / NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. /
ENTERTAINING DIALOGUES / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF YOUNG                  1866
STUDENTS / IN / SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / BY / CHARLES NORTHEND,
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“LITTLE ORATOR,” “ENTERTAINING DIALOGUES,” ETC. / [publisher’s device]
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ENTERTAINING DIALOGUES / DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF YOUNG                  1874
STUDENTS / IN / SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / BY / CHARLES NORTHEND,
A. M. / AUTHOR OF “TEACHER AND PARENT,” “TEACHER’S ASSISTANT,” /
“LITTLE ORATOR,” “ENTERTAINING DIALOGUES,” ETC. / [publisher’s device]
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1874
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YORK AND CHICAGO. /
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LARGE NUMBER OF THE MOST DIFFICULT WORDS IN THE / LANGUAGE,
INCLUDING NEARLY THREE HUNDRED / MILITARY AND WAR TERMS,
TOGETHER WITH / A VARIETY OF USEFUL LESSONS. / BY CHARLES
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ASSISTANT,” ETC. / [publisher’s device] / A. S. BARNES & COMPANY, / NEW
YORK AND CHICAGO. / [line] / 1872.
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LARGE NUMBER OF THE MOST DIFFICULT WORDS IN THE / LANGUAGE,
INCLUDING NEARLY THREE HUNDRED / MILITARY AND WAR TERMS,
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LARGE NUMBER OF THE MOST DIFFICULT WORDS IN THE / LANGUAGE,
INCLUDING NEARLY THREE HUNDRED / MILITARY AND WAR TERMS,
TOGETHER WITH / A VARIETY OF USEFUL LESSONS/ BY CHARLES
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ASSISTANT,” ETC. / [publisher’s device] / NEW YORK: / A. S. BARNES AND
BURR, 51 JOHN-STREET. / CHICAGO: GEORGE SHERWOOD. / 1864. / [Half
title: Teachers and Scholars Handbook.]
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YORK: / PUBLISHED BY A. S. BARNES & CO. / CINCINNATI: -- H.W. DERBY &
CO. / [line] / 1854. /
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1852, .
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Composition / and Oratory / CONTAINING / RULES FOR EXPRESSING
WRITTEN THOUGHT IN A CORRECT AND ELEGANT / MANNER;
SELECTIONS FROM THE MOST FAMOUS AUTHORS; / SUBJECTS FOR
COMPOSITIONS AND HOW TO TREAT THEM;; USE / OF ILLUSTRATIONS;
DESCRIPTIVE, PATHETIC AND / HUMOROUS WRITINGS, ETC., ETC. /
TOGETHER WITH A / PEERLESS COLLECTION OF READINGS AND
RECITATIONS, / INCLUDING PROGRAMMES FOR SPECIAL / OCCASIONS /
FROM AUTHORS OF WORLD-WIDE RENOWN, FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
ACAD- / EMIES, COLLEGES, LODGES, SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND / SOCIAL
ENTERTAINMENTS / THE WHOLE FORMING AN / UNRIVALED SELF-
EDUCATOR FOR YOUNG PEOPLE / BY HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
Author of “Delsarte Manual of Oratory,” “Golden Gleanings of Poetry, Prose and
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/ J. L. NICHOLS & CO. / Atlanta, Ga., Naperville, Ill., Toronto, Ont. /
EXCELSIOR / WRITER AND SPEAKER / BEING / A Standard Work on                            n. d.
Composition / and Oratory / CONTAINING / RULES FOR EXPRESSING
WRITTEN THOUGHT IN A CORRECT AND ELEGANT / MANNER;
SELECTIONS FROM THE MOST FAMOUS AUTHORS; / SUBJECTS FOR
COMPOSITIONS AND HOW TO TREAT THEM;; USE / OF ILLUSTRATIONS;
DESCRIPTIVE, PATHETIC AND / HUMOROUS WRITINGS, ETC., ETC. /
TOGETHER WITH A / PEERLESS COLLECTION OF READINGS AND
RECITATIONS, / INCLUDING PROGRAMMES FOR SPECIAL / OCCASIONS /
FROM AUTHORS OF WORLD-WIDE RENOWN, FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
ACAD- / EMIES, COLLEGES, LODGES, SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND / SOCIAL
ENTERTAINMENTS / THE WHOLE FORMING AN / UNRIVALED SELF-
EDUCATOR FOR YOUNG PEOPLE / BY HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
Author of “Delsarte Manual of Oratory,” “Golden Gleanings of Poetry, Prose and
Song,” etc., etc. / [line] / Embellished with a Galaxy of Charming Engravings / [line]
/ THE HOME LIBRARY COMPANY / BOSTON, MASS. /

THE / BRIGHTEST GEMS / OF / POETRY, PROSE AND SONG / CONTAINING / n. d.
THE BEST PRODUCTIONS OF THE MOST CELEBRATED AUTHORS / OF ALL
AGES AND COUNTRIES / [much more] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Crown Jewels,” Etc.,
Etc. / [line] / MAGNIFICENTLY EMBELLISHED WITH 250 SUPERB PHOTOTYPE
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THE / MODERN SPEAKER / OR / COMPLETE MANUAL OF ELOCUTION /                             n. d.
BEING/ A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS,
READINGS, / DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES,
TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most
Celebrated Authors and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC,
PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR
SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES,
SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible
Stores,” Etc. / [line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings /
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H. MOORE & CO. /
THE / MODERN SPEAKER / OR / COMPLETE MANUAL OF ELOCUTION /                             n. d.
BEING/ A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS,
READINGS, / DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES,
TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most
Celebrated Authors and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC,
PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR
SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES,
SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible
Stores,” Etc. / [line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings /
[line] / PHILADELPHIA, PA.: CHICAGO, ILL. / J. H. MOORE COMPANY. J.
H. MOORE & CO. / [Parliamentary Procedure included}
THE / MODERN SPEAKER / OR / COMPLETE MANUAL OF ELOCUTION /                          n. d.
BEING/ A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS,
READINGS, / DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES,
TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most
Celebrated Authors and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC,
PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR
SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES,
SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible
Stores,” Etc. / [line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings /
[line] / PHILADELPHIA, PA.: CHICAGO, ILL. / J. H. MOORE COMPANY. J.
H. MOORE & CO. / [Parliamentary Procedure included}

THE MODEL / SPEAKER AND RECITER / BEING / A Standard Work on                n. d.
Composition / and Oratory / CONTAINING / RULES FOR EXPRESSING
WRITTEN THOUGHT IN A CORRECT AND/ ELEGANT MANNER; SELECTIONS
FROM THE MOST FAMOUS / AUTHORS; SUBJECTS FOR COMPOSITIONS
AND HOW TO / TREAT THEM; USE OF ILLUSTRATIONS/ DESCRIPTIVE, /
PATHETIC AND HUMOROUS WRITINGS, ETC., ETC., / TOGETHER WITH A /
Peerless Collection of Readings and Recitations / FROM AUTHORS OF WORLD -
WIDE RENOWN, FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS / ACADEMIES, COLLEGES,
LODGES, SUNDAY - SCHOOL AND / SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS / THE
WHOLE FORMING AN / UNRIVALED SELF = EDUCATOR FOR YOUNG
PEOPLE / BY HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Delsarte Manual of
Oratory,” “Golden Gleaning of Poetry, Prose and Song,” etc., etc. / [line ]
Embellished with Numerous Engravings [line] /

The Model Orator / OR / Young Folks Speaker / CONTAINING THE / CHOICEST n. d.
RECITATIONS AND READINGS FROM THE BEST AUTHORS / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIALOGUES, / DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. TOGETHER WITH RULES AND / INSTRUCTIONS FOR GESTURE,
EXPRESSION AND / CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE / [line] / COMPILED AND
EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels,
“Four Centuries of Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH
SUPERB PROTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] /
CHICAGO, ILL., / A. B. KUHLMAN & CO., / CAXTON BUILDING

The Model Orator / OR / Young Folks Speaker / CONTAINING THE / CHOICEST n. d.
RECITATIONS AND READINGS FROM THE BEST AUTHORS / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIALOGUES, / DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. TOGETHER WITH RULES AND / INSTRUCTIONS FOR GESTURE,
EXPRESSION AND / CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE / [line] / COMPILED AND
EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels,
“Four Centuries of Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH
SUPERB PROTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] /
WORLD BIBLE HOUSE / PHILADELPHIA, PA.
THE MODEL ORATOR / OR / YOUNG FOLKS’S SPEAKER / BEING/ A CHOICE n. d.
TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, READINGS, /
DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC.,
COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors
and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC,
HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS,
LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-
SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT
NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stores,” Etc. / [line] /
Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings / [line] /

THE MODEL ORATOR / OR / YOUNG FOLKS’S SPEAKER / BEING/ A CHOICE n. d.
TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, READINGS, /
DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC.,
COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors
and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC,
HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS,
LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-
SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT
NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stores,” Etc. / [line] /
Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings / [line] / WORLD BIBLE
HOUSE / PHILADELPHIA, PA. /
THE MODEL ORATOR / OR / YOUNG FOLKS’S SPEAKER / BEING/ A CHOICE n. d.
TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, READINGS, /
DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC.,
COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors
and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC,
HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS,
LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-
SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT
NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stores,” Etc. / [line] /
Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings / [line] / WORLD BIBLE
HOUSE / PHILADELPHIA, PA. /
THE PEERLESS RECITER / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE / n. d.
CHOICEST RECITATIONS AND READINGS / FROM THE BEST AUTHORS /
FOR / SCHOOLS, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS, ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE /
SELECTIONS WITH MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, / DIALOGUES, DRAMAS,
TABLEAUX, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture,
Expression, and / Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY /
HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries
of Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] /
The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / [Parliamentary
Procedure]
The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / CHICAGO, ILL: /
J. S. ZIEGLER & CO., / 325 DEARBORN STREET. /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /               n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / CO-OPERATIVE
PUBLISHING CO., / PHILADELPHIA, PA. [ink stamped: The E. W. King Library/
King College/ Bristol, Tennessee]

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Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / E. D. BRONSON
& CO., / SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / EMPIRE BOOK
COMPANY, / POTSDAM, NEW YORK / [Parliamentary Procedure]
The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
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PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / IMPERIAL
PUBLISHING CO., / CHICAGO, ILL. & PHILADELPHIA, PA. /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / MONARCH
BOOK COMPANY, / (Formerly L. P. MILLER & CO., ) / PUBLISHERS. /
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. / [Parliamentary rules]

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /               n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA,
PA: / ELLIOTT PUBLISHING CO., / N. W. COR. FOURTH & WALNUT STREETS

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA,
PA: CHICAGO, ILL: / J. H. MOORE COMPANY. J. H. MOORE & CO.
The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / PHILADELPHIA,
PA: CHICAGO, ILL: / J. H. MOORE COMPANY. J. H. MOORE & CO.

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /                 n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / SHEPP
PUBLISHING CO., / PHILADELPHIA, PA. /

The Peerless Reciter / OR / POPULAR PROGRAM / CONTAINING THE /               n. d.
Choicest Recitations and Readings from / the Best Authors / FOR SCHOOLS,
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, SOCIAL / GATHERINGS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
ETC., / INCLUDING / RECITALS IN PROSE AND VERSE / SELECTIONS WITH
MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENTS, DIA- / LOGUES, DRAMAS, TABLEAUX, ETC.,
ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / Rules and Instructions for Gesture, Expression, and /
Cultivation of the Voice. / [line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP, / Author of “Crown Jewels, “Four Centuries of
Progress,” Beautiful Gems,” etc., etc. / [line] / EMBELLISHED WITH SUPERB
PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / AND LINE DRAWINGS. / [line] / SMITH & SIMON
PUBLISHING CO., / CHICAGO, ILL. / [Parliamentary rules]

THE/ DELSARTE SPEAKER / OR / MODERN ELOCUTION / DESIGNED                       n. d.
ESPECIALLY / FOR YOUNG FOLKS AND AMATEURS / CONTAINING / A
PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM OF / PHYSICAL /
CULTURE, INCLUDING DIRECTIONS FOR / THE CULTIVATION OF THE
VOICE, / CORRECT ATTITUDES AND / THE USE OF GESTURES / TOGETHER
WITH / CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READINGS AND RECITATIONS NOW /
USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY, / INCLUDING AN ENCORE
DEPARTMENT: ALSO, / ASSUMED NAMES OF AUTHORS / [line] / COMPILED
AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless
Reciter,” “Crown Jewels,” “Young People’s Speaker,” etc. / [line] / HANDSOMELY
ILLUSTRATED / [line] / MONARCH BOOK COMPANY, / (Formerly L. P. MILLER
& CO.) / PUBLISHERS. / CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA Stockton /
THE/ DELSARTE SPEAKER / OR / MODERN ELOCUTION / DESIGNED                       n. d.
ESPECIALLY / FOR YOUNG FOLKS AND AMATEURS / CONTAINING / A
PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM OF / PHYSICAL /
CULTURE, INCLUDING DIRECTIONS FOR / THE CULTIVATION OF THE
VOICE, / CORRECT ATTITUDES AND / THE USE OF GESTURES / TOGETHER
WITH / CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READINGS AND RECITATIONS NOW /
USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY, / INCLUDING AN ENCORE
DEPARTMENT: ALSO, / ASSUMED NAMES OF AUTHORS / [line] / COMPILED
AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless
Reciter,” “Crown Jewels,” “Young People’s Speaker,” etc. / [line] / HANDSOMELY
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VOICE, / CORRECT ATTITUDES AND / THE USE OF GESTURES / TOGETHER
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ENTERTAINMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, /SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. /
[line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stories,” Etc. / [line] / RICHLY
EMBELLISHED WITH FULL-PAGE PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / [line] /
[parliamentary procedure section]
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ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, ETC., COM- / PRISING THE BEST
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ENTERTAINMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, /SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. /
[line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stories,” Etc. / [line] / RICHLY
EMBELLISHED WITH FULL-PAGE PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / [line] /
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Young People’s Speaker / BEING / A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND                    n. d.
POPULAR RECITA- / TIONS, READINGS, DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND /
ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, ETC., COM- / PRISING THE BEST
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INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS /
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INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS /
AND READINGS WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, / PUBLIC
ENTERTAINMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, /SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. /
[line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible Stories,” Etc. / [line] / RICHLY
EMBELLISHED WITH FULL-PAGE PHOTOTYPE ENGRAVINGS / [line] /
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Young People’s Speaker / BEING / A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND                    n. d.
POPULAR RECITA- / TIONS, READINGS, DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND /
ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, ETC., COM- / PRISING THE BEST
SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors and Composers /
INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS /
AND READINGS WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, / PUBLIC
ENTERTAINMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, /SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. /
[line] / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP /
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COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM
/ The Most Celebrated Authors and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE,
DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH
MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, /
ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH /
PROGRAMMMES FOR ENTERTAINMENTS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS,
MANUAL / OF PARLIAMENTARY RULES, ETC., ETC., / COMPILED AND
EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,”
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COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM
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DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH
MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, /
ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH /
PROGRAMMMES FOR ENTERTAINMENTS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS,
MANUAL / OF PARLIAMENTARY RULES, ETC., ETC., / COMPILED AND
EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,”
“Charming Bible Stores,” Etc. / [line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype
Engravings / [line] / C. F. BEEZLEY & CO., CHICAGO, ILL.

HOME SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION / OR / EASY LESSONS IN THE ART / OF                         n. d.
ENTERTAINING / BEING / A CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR
RECITATIONS, READINGS, / DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED
COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC., COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM
/ The Most Celebrated Authors and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE,
DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH
MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, /
ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH /
PROGRAMMMES FOR ENTERTAINMENTS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS,
MANUAL / OF PARLIAMENTARY RULES, ETC., ETC., / COMPILED AND
EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,”
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Engravings / [line] / ELLIOTT PUBLISHING CO., / PHILADELPHIA, PA. /
NEW / POPULAR SPEAKER AND WRITER / BEING / A CHOICE TREASURY                         n. d.
OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, / READINGS, DIALOGUES,
ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED / COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, ETC., COMPRISING /
THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors and Composers /
INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS RECITALS
AND/ READINGS WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS, LODGES, PUBLIC /
ENTERTAINMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, / SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. /
COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of
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Full-Page Phototype Engravings / [line] /

THE / DELSARTE METHOD / OF / EXPRESSION AND ORATORY / BEING / A                   n. d.
CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, READINGS, /
DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC.,
COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors
and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC,
HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS,
LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-
SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / PROGRAMMMES FOR
ENTERTAINMENTS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS, MANUAL / OF
PARLIAMENTARY RULES, ETC., ETC., / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Charming Bible
Stores,” Etc. / [line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings /
[line] / MONROE BOOK COMPANY / CHICAGO, ILL.

THE / DELSARTE METHOD / OF / EXPRESSION AND ORATORY / BEING / A                   n. d.
CHOICE TREASURY OF NEW AND POPULAR RECITATIONS, READINGS, /
DIALOGUES, ORIGINAL AND ADAPTED COMEDIES, TABLEAUX, / ETC.,
COMPRISING THE BEST SELECTIONS FROM / The Most Celebrated Authors
and Composers / INCLUDING / DESCRIPTIVE, DRAMATIC, PATHETIC,
HUMOROUS RECITALS AND READINGS / WITH MUSIC, FOR SCHOOLS,
LODGES, PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, / ANNIVERSARIES, SUNDAY-
SCHOOLS, ETC., ETC. / TOGETHER WITH / PROGRAMMMES FOR
ENTERTAINMENTS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS, MANUAL / OF
PARLIAMENTARY RULES, ETC., ETC., / COMPILED AND EDITED BY / HENRY
DAVENPORT NORTHROP / Author of “Peerless Reciter,” “Crow n Jewels,” Etc. /
[line] / Richly Embellished with Full-Page Phototype Engravings / [line] / MONROE
BOOK COMPANY / CHICAGO, ILL.

NYE AND RILEY’’S / WIT AND HUMOR / AMUSING PROSE SKETCHES AND                n. d.
QUAINT / DIALECT POEMS /
ELOCUTION CLASS: / A SIMPLIFICATION OF THE / LAWS AND PRINCIPLES / n. d.
OF / EXPRESSION. / BY ELEANOR O’GRADY, / Author of “Select Recitations,”
“Aids to Correct / and Effective Elocution,” “Readings and / Recitations for
Juniors,” etc. / NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO: / BENZIGER BROTHERS, /
Printers to the Holy Apostolic See. /
[Catholic emphasis]
NEW / RECITATIONS and READINGS. / NO. 1. / A Choice Collection, which has            n. d. ca 1899
been selected with great care, / and is specially adapted for Day and Sabbath
Schools, all / Adult and Juvenile Organizations, Young People’s As- / sociations,
Reading Clubs, Temperance Societies, / and Parlor Entertainments; and
comprising Prose / and Poetry, Serious, Humorous, Pathetic / Comic,
Temperance, Patriotic Selections. / COMPILED BY J. S. OGILVIE. / [line] / NEW
YORK: / J. S. OGILVIE PUBLISHING COMPANY, / 57 ROSE STREET. / [NOTE
Cover Title: Brighton Edition]
OGILVIE’S / POPULAR / Recitations and Readings. / COMPRISING THREE                   n. d. ca 1882
BOOKS. / Being a choice collection, which has bee selected with the / greatest
care, and is specially adapted for Day and Sab- / bath Schools, all Adult and
Juvenile organizations, / Young People’s Associations, Reading Clubs, Tem- /
perance Societies and Parlor Entertainments; / and comprising Prose and Poetry,
Seri- / ous, Humorous, Pathetic, Comic, Tem- / perance and Patriotic selections. /
[line] / EDITED BY J. S. OGILVIE. / [line] / NEW YORK: / J. S. OGILVIE AND
COMPANY. / 31 ROSE STREET. /
TWO HUNDRED POPULAR / Recitations and Readings. / A Choice Collection,               n. d. ca 1892
which has been selected with great care, / and is specially adapted for Day and
Sabbath Schools, all / Adult and Juvenile Organizations, Young People’s As- /
sociations, Reading Clubs, Temperance Societies, / and Parlor Entertainments;
and comprising Prose / and Poetry, Serious, Humorous, Pathetic / Comic,
temperance, Patriotic Selections. / COMPILED BY J. S. OGILVIE. / [line] /
(Copyright, 1892, by J.S Ogilvie.) / [line] / NEW YORK: / J. S. OGILVIE
PUBLISHING COMPANY, / 57 ROSE STREET. / [NOTE Cover Title: Clarendon
Edition]
HOW TO TALK AND DEBATE / OR / FLUENCY OF SPEECH ATTAINED /                           n. d. ca 1890**
WITHOUT THE SACRIFICE OF ELEGANCE AND SENSE / A HAND-BOOK OF
CONVERSATION AND DEBATE / NEW YORK: / J. S. OGILVIE AND COMPANY.
/ 31 ROSE STREET. /
Ohio Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association Constitution and Officers 1884-1885     n. d. 1885

SELECT READINGS / and / RECITATIONS / Collected by / OLAF LYSNES /       1920
[publisher’s device] / 1920 / AUGSBURG PUBLISHING HOUSE / MINNEAPOLIS,
MINN. / [Lutheran]
THE / HUMOROUS SPEAKER: / BEING / A Choice Collection of Amusing Pieces, 1864
/ BOTH IN PROSE AND VERSE, / ORIGINAL AND SELECTED: / CONSISTING
OF / DIALOGUES, SOLILOQUIES, PARODIES, &C. / DESIGNED / FOR THE
USE OF SCHOOLS, LITERARY SOCIETIES, DEBATING / CLUBS [,] SOCIAL
CIRCLES AND DOMESTIC ENTERTAINMENT. / BY OLIVER OLDHAM. / [two-
line quote from Horace] / NEW YORK: / IVISON, PHINNEY & CO., 48 & 50
WALKER ST. / CHICAGO: / S. C. GRIGGS & CO., 39 & 41 LAKE ST. / 1864. /

THE / EASY READER; / OR / INTRODUCTION TO THE / NATIONAL                           1840
PRECEPTOR; / CONSISTING OF / FAMILIAR AND PROGRESSIVE LESSONS /
DESIGNED TO AID / IN THINKING, SPELLING, DEFINING, / AND / CORRECT
READING. / [picture of boy under tree] / [line] / BY J. OLNEY, A. M. / Author of a
Geography and Atlas, National Preceptor, / Child’s Manual, &c. / [line] / NEW -
HAVEN: / DURRIE & PECK. / [line] / 1840. /
THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND          1833
POETRY; / CONSISTING OF / NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE,
DIDACTIC, / PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; / TOGETHER WITH /
DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &c. / CALCULATED / TO
IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING; AND / TO IMPRESS
THE MINDS OF YOUTH WITH SENTIMENTS / OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. /
DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / FOURTH
EDITION. / [line] / BY J. OLNEY, A. M. / AUTHOR OF “A PRACTICAL SYSTEM
OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS.” ‘ [line] / Hartford: / PUBLISHED BY
GOODWIN & CO. AND D. F. ROBINSON & CO. / STEREOTYPED BY JAMES
CONNER, NEW-YORK. / [line] / 1833 /

THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND          1841
POETRY; / CONSISTING OF / NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE,
DIDACTIC, / PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; / TOGETHER WITH /
DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &c. / CALCULATED / TO
IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING; AND / TO IMPRESS
THE MINDS OF YOUTH WITH SENTIMENTS / OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. /
DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / SIXTH EDITION.
/ [line] / BY J. OLNEY, A. M. / A”THOR [sic] OF “A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF
MODERN GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS.” ‘ [line] / NEW YORK: / PUBLISHED BY
ROBINSON, PRATT, & CO., / 63 WALL STREET; / AND SOLD BY THE
PRINCIPAL BOOKSELLERS THROUGHOUT THE / UNITED STATES. / [line] /
1841. /
THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND          1843
POETRY; / CONSISTING OF / NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE,
DIDACTIC, / PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; / TOGETHER WITH /
DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &c. / CALCULATED / TO
IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING; AND / TO IMPRESS
THE MINDS OF YOUTH WITH SENTIMENTS / OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. /
DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. / SIXTH EDITION.
/ [line] / BY J. OLNEY, A. M. / A”THOR [sic] OF “A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF
MODERN GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS.” ‘ [line] / NEW YORK: / PUBLISHED BY
ROBINSON, PRATT, & CO., / 63 WALL STREET; / AND SOLD BY THE
PRINCIPAL BOOKSELLERS THROUGHOUT THE / UNITED STATES. / [line] /
1843. /
THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND          1831
POETRY; / CONSISTING OF / NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE,
DIDACTIC, / PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; / TOGETHER WITH /
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THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND          1853
POETRY; / CONSISTING OF / NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE,
DIDACTIC, / PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; / TOGETHER WITH /
DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &c. / CALCULATED / TO
IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING; AND / TO IMPRESS
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THE / NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: / OR, / SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND                  1846
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DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &c. / CALCULATED / TO
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SECOND EDITION. / [line] / Philadelphia : / 1895. /
The Orum System / OF / Voice Education / For Reading and Conversation, for            1893
Recitations, Dramatic / Expression and Bible Reading. / [line] / By JULIA A.
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Elocution. / [line] / Philadelphia : / 1893. /
THE / POEMS / OF / OSSIAN, / TRANSLATED BY / JAMES MACPHERSON,                        1835
Esq. /
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THEORY AND PRACTICE / OF / TEACHING; / OR, / THE MOTIVES AND                   1894
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PRINCIPAL OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, /ALBANY, NEW YORK. / WITH
A SUMMARY OF THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS / OF THE AUTHOR BY / WILLIAM
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[being Vol. V, No. 11, Extra Number, of The Practical Teacher’s Library, E. L.
Kellogg & Co., New York, July 1894.]
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/ ALFORD PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN / HARVARD UNIVERSITY / SIXTY-
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THE / GOLDEN AGE / OF / AMERICAN ORATORY. / BY / EDWARD G.                    1857
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ORDER OF EXERCISES / IN THE / DELSARTE SYSTEM OF EXPRESSION /                 n. d.. [1884]
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. / 1889. /
ORDER OF EXERCISES / IN / ELOCUTION, / GIVEN AT THE / COOK COUNTY 1887
NORMAL SCHOOL. / FRANK STUART PARKER, / LATE INSTRUCTOR IN THE
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ORATORY / AND BOSTON SCHOOL OF
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NEW / MONOLOGUES / AND DIALECT / STORIES/ [more] / By MARY                 n. d.
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THE SPEAKER / A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE /                                           1908 September
Vol III, Number 4 (being No. 12 in the three--volumes series)
THE SPEAKER / A Collection of the Best Orations, Poems, / Stories, Debates ,   n.d.
and One Act Plays for / Public Speaking and Voice Training / Volume V /
INCLUDING NUMBERS / SEVENTEEN, EIGHTEEN, NINETEEN AND TWENTY /
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[cover title] FOLKS THINK WE ARE RELATED / IN DOLLY LAND / [b & w              n. d.
photograph of girl with doll + 12 scattered color drawings of dolls] / SONG OR
MUSICAL RECITATION / WORDS, DIRECTIONS & ILLUSTRATIONS BY MRS.
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I’SE DOOD / Illustrated Pantomimed Poem with Lesson-Talk / [line] / Companion n.d. [1903 ?]
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Direction of / Mrs. FREDERICK W. PENDER / Public Reader and Teacher of
Expression and Child-Dialect / [line] / POSES BY MARIE SCHIFFER / [line] /
Photographs by Jacques Joel, New York / [line] / Copyright, 1903, by Edgar S.
Werner. All Rights reserved. / [line] [text begins]
PENINSULAR / LECTURE COURSE. / [line] / Readings and Recitations by /              1880
LAURA E. DAINTY, / [line] / MUSIC BY W. H. MURPHY’S ORCHESTRA. /
Tuesday Ev’g, January 20, 1880. [Program includes Kentucky Belle by Woolson;
The Deacon’s Confession by Emerson, Christmas at Close Quarters by Scribner
[?], The Tenth of January by Phelps, Hunting a Mouse by Anon, The Eleventh
Hour by Ruth, and The death of the old Squire by Anon.

TABLEAUX / CHARADES / AND PANTOMIMES / [line] / PHILADELPHIA / The                 1900
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Tableaux / Charades and / Pantomimes / [double line] / Adapted alike to / Parlor   1920
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THE / NATIONAL / TEMPERANCE ORATOR. / A NEW AND CHOICE                             1884
COLLECTION OF / Prose and Poetical Articles and Selections, for Public /
Readings, Addresses, and Recitations, / TOGETHER WITH / A SERIES OF
DIALOGUES, / DESIGNED / For the Use of all Temperance Workers and
Speakers, / Divisions, Lodges, Juvenile Temperance / Societies, Schools, etc.,
etc. / EDITED BY / MISS L. PENNEY. / NEW YORK: / The National Temperance
Society and Publication House, / 58 READE STREET. / [line] / 1884. /

READINGS AND RECITATIONS. / A NEW AND CHOICE COLLECTION OF /                    1878
ARTICLES IN PROSE AND VERSE, / EMBRACING / ARGUMENT AND APPEAL,
PATHOS AN;D HUMOR, BY THE FORE- / MOST TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES
AND WRITERS. / SUITABLE FOR USE IN / SCHOOLS, ALL TEMPERANCE
ORGANIZATIONS, REFORM CLUBS, / LODGES, DIVISIONS, ETC. AND ALSO
ADAPTED FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE READINGS. / EDITED BY MISS L.
PENNEY, / Editor of “The National Temperance Orator.” / NEW YORK: / The
National Temperance Society and Publication House, / 58 READE STREET. /
1878. /
THE / NATIONAL / TEMPERANCE ORATOR. / A NEW AND CHOICE                          1875
COLLECTION OF / Prose and Poetical Articles and Selections, for Public /
Readings, Addresses, and Recitations, / TOGETHER WITH / A SERIES OF
DIALOGUES, / DESIGNED / For the Use of all Temperance Workers and
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etc. / EDITED BY / MISS L. PENNEY. / NEW YORK: / The National Temperance
Society and Publication House, / 58 READE STREET. / [line] / 1875. /

THE / PERCY ANECDOTES, / ORIGINAL AND SELECT, /                                    1821

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THE STAGE HISTORY OF FAMOUS PLAYS. / HAMLET / From the Actors’                      1890
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[Cover title] Pauline / Phelps’s [sic] / Pieces / [oval portrait of Phelps] / A / Family /   n. d.
Plate / Edgar S. Werner & / Company / 43 East 19th Street, New York / Copyright,
1904, by Edgar S. Werner -- price 25 cents -- /
WERNER’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / No. 19 / COMPILED AND                                  1898
ARRANGED BY / PAULINE PHELPS / [publisher’s device] / EDGAR S.
WERNER & COMPANY/ NEW YORK / Copyright, 1898, by Edgar S. Werner
WERNER’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / No. 20 / COMPILED AND                                  [1899]
ARRANGED BY / Pauline Phelps / [publisher’s device] / NEW YORK / EDGAR S.
WERNER & COMPANY/ Copyright, 1899, by Edgar S. Werner /
WERNER’S / READINGS AND RECITATIONS / No. 21 / COMPILED AND                                  [1899]
ARRANGED BY / PAULINE PHELPS / [publisher’s device] / EDGAR S.
WERNER & COMPANY/ NEW YORK / Copyright, 1899, by Edgar S. Werner
Publishing & Supply Co.
[cover missing; title information from page 1] ROSALIND’S SURRENDER. / By                    n. d. [1901]
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Werner’s / Readings and Recitations / No. 36 / Sixteen 2-Character Plays, Also    [1906]
Encores / Text and Stage-Business Edited and Revised by / Pauline Phelps and
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BY JOHN D. PHILBRICK, / SUPERINTENDENT OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF
BOSTON, AND AUTHOR OF / THE AMERICAN UNION SPEAKER. / WITH
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THE/ PRIMARY UNION SPEAKER: / CONTAINING / ORIGINAL AND SELECTED
PIECES / FOR / DECLAMATION AND RECITATION IN / PRIMARY SCHOOLS. /
BY JOHN D. PHILBRICK, / SUPERINTENDENT OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF
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THE / AMERICAN UNION SPEAKER; /CONTAINING / STANDARD AND                                1865
RECENT SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND POETRY, / FOR RECITATION AND
DECLAMATION, IN SCHOOLS, / ACADEMIES AND COLLEGES. / WITH /
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON ELOCUTION*, / AND / EXPLANATORY
NOTES. / BY JOHN D. PHILBRICK, LL. D. / SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF BOSTON. / BOSTON: / TAGGARD AND THOMPSON. /
1865
THE / AMERICAN UNION SPEAKER; /CONTAINING / STANDARD AND                                1867
RECENT SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND POETRY, / FOR RECITATION AND
DECLAMATION, IN SCHOOLS, / ACADEMIES AND COLLEGES. / WITH /
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON ELOCUTION*, / AND / EXPLANATORY
NOTES. / BY JOHN D. PHILBRICK, LL. D. / SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF BOSTON. / BOSTON: / TAGGARD AND THOMPSON. /
1867
THE / AMERICAN UNION SPEAKER; /CONTAINING / STANDARD AND                                n. d.
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NOTES. / BY JOHN D. PHILBRICK, LL. D. / SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF BOSTON. / BOSTON: / THOMPSON, BROWN, AND
COMPANY / 23 HAWLEY ST. /
THE / AMERICAN UNION SPEAKER; /CONTAINING / STANDARD AND                                1876
RECENT SELECTIONS / IN / PROSE AND POETRY, / FOR RECITATION AND
DECLAMATION, IN SCHOOLS, / ACADEMIES AND COLLEGES. / WITH /
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON ELOCUTION*, / AND / EXPLANATORY
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IRISH ELOQUENCE. [line] THE / SPEECHES / OF THE / CELEBRATED                            1834
IRISH ORATORS / PHILIPS, CURRAN AND GRATTAN /
NATURAL / DRILLS IN EXPRESSION / WITH / SELECTIONS / ...... [etc.] ..... /              1916
ARTHUR EDWARD PHILLIPS / Author of :Effective Speaking;” Director,
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/ CHICAGO / THE NEWTON COMPANY / 1916 /
NATURAL / DRILLS IN EXPRESSION / WITH / SELECTIONS / ...... [etc.] ..... /              1929
ARTHUR EDWARD PHILLIPS / Author of :Effective Speaking;” Director,
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Lutheran Church at Chicago; / Principal, Phillips School of Oratory, Chicago / [line]
/ CHICAGO / THE NEWTON COMPANY / 1929
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EFFECTIVE SPEAKING / AN EXPOSITION OF THE LAWS / OF                           1908
EFFECTIVENESS IN THE / CHOICE OF MATERIAL IN SPEECH, / WITH
EXAMPLES AND EXERCISES / BY / ARTHUR EDWARD PHILLIPS / Author of
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/
THE TONE SYSTEM / IN / Elocution and Oratory. / ....                          1899

CURRAN / AND / HIS CONTEMPORARIES. /                                                 1851
Curran / and / His Contemporaries. /                                                 1851
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THE / JUVENILE MENTOR, /                                                             1826
THE / JUVENILE MENTOR, /                                                             1829
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AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN
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SAME PLACE / IN THE / COMMON SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, /
THAT IS HELD BY / MURRAY’S INTRODUCTION, / AND THE / COMPILATIONS
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JOHN PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK, /
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SAME PLACE / IN THE / COMMON SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, /
THAT IS HELD BY / MURRAY’S INTRODUCTION, / AND THE / COMPILATIONS
OF GUY, MYLIUS, AND PINNOCK, / IN THOSE OF GREAT BRITAIN. / [line] / BY
JOHN PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK, /
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OF / GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF /
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLICK AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY
JOHN PIERPONT, / ....
THE / AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR / EXERCISES / IN / READING           1839
AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-fifth Edition /
[double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY DAVID H. WILLIAMS / line] / 1836. /

THE / AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR / EXERCISES / IN / READING           1839
AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
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AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-sixth Edition
/ [double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY DAVID H. WILLIAMS. / NEW YORK:
/ TAYLOR AND CLEMENT, PEARL STREET. / 1841
THE / AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR / EXERCISES / IN / READING         1841
AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-sixth Edition
/ [double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY DAVID H. WILLIAMS. / NEW YORK:
/ TAYLOR AND CLEMENT, PEARL STREET. / 1841

THE / AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR / EXERCISES / IN / READING         n. d.
AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-sixth Edition
/ [double line] / NEW YORK: / GEORGE F. COOLEDGE, 323 PEARL STREET.
[see other publishers below]

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RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS OF
GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF THE
HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-fifth Edition /
[double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY CHARLES BOWEN / line] / 1836. /

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RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS OF
GREEAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE FO THE
HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
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[double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY CHARES BOWEN / line] / 1836. /

THE / LITTLE LEARNER, / OR / RUDIMENTS OF READING. / [line] / BY JOHN              1854
PIERPONT / [woodcut of:] / Sitting down among the flowers, / Mary and her little
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[line] / PHILADELPHIA: / LIPPINCOTT, GRAMBO & CO. / 1854. /

THE / NATIONAL READER; / A / SELECTION OF EXERCISES / IN / READING   1833
AND SPEAKING, / DESIGNED / TO FILL THE SAME PLACE / IN THE /
SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, / THAT IS HELD IN / THOSE OF GREAT
BRITAIN / BY THE COMPILATION OF / MURRAY, SCOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS,
THOMPSON, / EWING, AND OTHERS, / [line] / BY JOHN PIERPONT, /
COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS-BOOK, THE / INTRODUCTION
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CO. / 1833. /
THE / NATIONAL READER; / A / SELECTION OF EXERCISES / IN / READING           1839
AND SPEAKING, / DESIGNED / TO FILL THE SAME PLACE / IN THE /
SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, / THAT IS HELD IN / THOSE OF GREAT
BRITAIN / BY THE COMPILATION OF / MURRAY, SCOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS,
THOMPSON, / EWING, AND OTHERS, / [line] / BY JOHN PIERPONT, /
COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS-BOOK, THE / INTRODUCTION
TO THE NATIONAL READER, / AND THE YOUNG READER, / [line] / Twenty-
eighth Edition. / [double line / BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY DAVID H. WILLIAMS. /
[line / 1839. /
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AND SPEAKING, / DESIGNED / TO FILL THE SAME PLACE / IN THE /
SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, / THAT IS HELD IN / THOSE OF GREAT
BRITAIN / BY THE COMPILATION OF / MURRAY, SCOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS,
THOMPSON, / EWING, AND OTHERS, / [line] / BY JOHN PIERPONT, /
COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS-BOOK, THE / INTRODUCTION
TO THE NATIONAL READER, / AND THE YOUNG READER, / [line] / Twenty-
eighth Edition. / [double line / NEW YORK: / GEORGE F. COOLEDGE, 323
PEARL STREET. / [see below for joint publishers]

THE / NATIONAL READER; / A / SELECTION OF EXERCISES / IN / READING          1836
AND SPEAKING, / DESIGNED / TO FILL THE SAME PLACE / IN THE /
SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, / THAT IS HELD IN / THOSE OF GREAT
BRITAIN / BY THE COMPILATION OF / MURRAY, SCOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS,
THOMPSON, / EWING, AND OTHERS, / [line] / BY JOHN PIERPONT, /
COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS-BOOK, THE / INTRODUCTION
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eighth Edition. / [line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY CHARLES BOWEN. / [line] /
1836 /
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AND SPEAKING, / DESIGNED / TO FILL THE SAME PLACE / IN THE /
SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, / THAT IS HELD IN / THOSE OF GREAT
BRITAIN / BY THE COMPILATION OF / MURRAY, SCOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS,
THOMPSON, / EWING, AND OTHERS, / [line] / BY JOHN PIERPONT, /
COMPILER OF THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS-BOOK. / [line] / BOSTON: /
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RICHARDSON AND LORD. / [line] / 1827. /
THE / AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR / EXERCISES / IN / READING            1840
AND RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF
THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
PIERPONT, / COMPILER OF THE NATIONAL READER, INTRODUCTION TO
THE NATIONAL / READER, AND YOUNG READER. / [line] / Twenty-fifth Edition /
[double line] / BOSTON: / PUBLISHED BY DAVID H. WILLIAMS. / NEW YORK: /
TAYLOR AND CLEMENT, PEARL STREET. / 1840
PIERPONT’S FIFTH READER / [line] /THE/ AMERICAN FIRST - CLASS BOOK; 1856
/ OR, / EXERCISES / IN READING AND RECITATION. / SELECTED
PRINCIPALLY FROM / MODERN AUTHORS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND
AMERICA, / AND DESIGNED / FOR THE USE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS / IN /
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“THE LITTLE LEARNER, “ “THE YOUNG READER,” “THE NEW READER,[“] /
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RECITATION: / SELECTED PRINCIPALLY / FROM MODERN AUTHORS / OF /
GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; / AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE / OF / THE
HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
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PUBLISHED BY CARTER, HENDEE & CO. / 1833. /

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THE/ AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; / OR, / EXERCISES / IN READING AND 1832
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HIGHEST CLASS / IN PUBLICK AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. / [line] / BY JOHN
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The Debater’s / Treasury                                                    1902

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