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WorldWarI_PhotographArchives-StudentsAlumni_Box20_Folder8_SATCSignupList_003Front_300.jpg
Third page of Volunteer Signup page, names are in the left-hand column and addresses (city names and states) on the right (seven of each). The writing is in white on a black background. On the back of third page of Volunteer Signup page, the left…

WorldWarI_PhotographArchives-StudentsAlumni_Box20_Folder8_SATCScrapbook_003_300.jpg
Third page of SATC scrapbook. Two black and white photos on a black paper background. The photo on the left is of a man standing in front of a campus building and behind a large trapezoidal border of rocks with 'U SATC S' spelled out also in rocks.…

FullSimpleLifePDF - optimized.pdf
Found amongst C. C. Cody's belongings after his trip to Battle Creek, Michigan, this pamphlet offers general lifestyle advice regarding mental health, diet, and exercise. Written and published by J. H. Kellogg, the pamphlet explains nutritional and…

Warne Proposals and Rejections.pdf
This excerpt of pages 30-37 of The Ladies' Letter Writer (187-?) provides template for letters of acceptance and rejection of marriage proposals.

Gaskell Notes of Invitation.pdf
This excerpt of pages 262-265 of Gaskell's Compendium of Forms, Social, Educational, Legal & Commercial (1882) provides templates for "Notes of Invitation."

Gaskell Notes of Compliment.pdf
This excerpt of page 254-259 of Gaskell's Compendium of Forms, Social, Educational, Legal & Commercial (1882) provides templates for "Notes of Ceremony and Compliment."

Gaskell Letters of Courtship.pdf
This excerpt of pages 248-253 of Gaskell's Compendium of Forms, Social, Educational, Legal & Commercial (1882) provides letter templates for "Letters of Love and Courtship."

Warne Invitation from a Lady Recently Married.pdf
This excerpt of pages 22-23 of The Ladies' Letter Writer (187-?) provides a template for a letter of invitation "from a Lady recently married" to a female acquaintance.

Tower Response to Attacks.pdf
An excerpt from a Tower speech in which he addresses an unnamed political opponent, accusing this opponent of relying on ad hominem attacks, particularly in regard to Tower's voting against the continued funding of the Senate Select Committee on…

TowerSpeeches_Box19_Folder3_OhioRepublicanFinanceCommittee_1962.pdf
Speech criticizing the power of the Kennedy Administration and expressing hope for a Republican congressional victory in the 1962 election.7 p.Text
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