Sinclair writes about his upcoming book "Jimmie Higgins" and details about it being published, along with prices and other information. He includes reviews of "Jimmie Higgins" and "The Profits of Religion".
First American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace
Telegram sent to Markham informing him about the First American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace. Topics to be discussed at conference include: taxation, foreign alliances, free speech and more.
Art, American--20th century; Sales Records; Whitney Studio Galleries--Paperwork (Office practice)
Whitney Studio Galleries stock ledger documenting events regarding works of art and organized by artist. Includes memoranda and administrative records inside book. Artists and organizations include: Bruce Buttfield, Oscar Bluemner, Pamela Bianco,...
Postal data: posted, postmarked [wavy postmark with number 1 and letter C] (ST. LOUIS, MO., OCT 25, 1912 [?] AM), stamp; Postcard type: undivided back; Logo: (POST CARD) printed in red; (This side for the address.) printed in red at the bottem of...
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn; Music publishing industry; Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano; Songs with piano; Popular music--1911-1920
Blue and orange illustrations of the Hotel Shelburne, Reisenweber's and a woman in the ocean wearing a swimsuit and cap. Stylized text, "from Reisenweber's Summer Revue, 'Splash Me, 1916.' Produced at the Hotel Shelburne."
Resolution on the death of Louis A. Risse, the engineer who prepared the plans for the Grand Boulevard and Concourse. Also, early information on a bridge to connect the boroughs. In--Minutes of Directors Meetings, Vol. 14, pp. 37-38.
Civil rights Religious aspects Catholic Church; Dammann, Grace Cowardin, 1872-1945; Discrimination in education; Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart; Social action
Letter of protest sent to President Dammann following decision to admit African American student
"Dear 'Reverend' Mother,
There is a rumor going about Saint Louis which is distressing us all very much. I just heard it this evening and am writing...
Bill of sale for "a certain female slave named Fannyand her child named George" from Louis Montany to Mary Locker, both of Mobile, Alabama. Signed by witnesses George W. Grand, D. Dill, and Bennet Cutter.