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"Dedication of Ohio's World War Memorial," Volume 35, Number 3, July, 1926, pp. 438-523.
... 438 THE WORLD WAR MEMORIAL WING-NORTH FACADE DEDICATION OF OHIO'S WORLD WAR DEDICATION OF OHIO'S WORLD WAR MEMORIAL An event of first importance in the history of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society is here to be recorded On April 6 1926 the Memorial Wing of the Museum and Library building of the Society was dedicated with impressive ceremonies This was the culmination of a movement that began soon after the close of the World War The collections of the Society had outgrown ...

"Party Politics in Ohio, 1840-1850 (continued)," by Edgar Allan Holt. Volume 38, Number 2, April, 1929, pp. 260-402.
... PARTY POLITICS IN OHIO 1840-1850 PARTY POLITICS IN OHIO 1840-1850 BY EDGAR ALLAN HOLT B A M A PH D Continued from the January 1929 Quarterly CHAPTER V THE ELECTION OF 1848 IN OHIO The clash of sectional and personal interests in Ohio did not end with the pronouncements of the State conventions The bitter anti-southern wing of the Whig party encouraged by the lavish praise bestowed on Corwin by the Whig State Convention thought that he might after all become the leader of the Whigs of the ...

"Old National Road-The Historic Highway of America, The," by Archer Butler Hulbert. Volume 9, Number 4, April, 1901, pp. 405-519.
... THE OLD NATIONAL ROAD-THE HISTORIC THE OLD NATIONAL ROAD-THE HISTORIC HIGHWAY OF AMERICA BY ARCHER BUTLER HULBERT I THE MIDDLE AGE The middle ages had their wars and agonies but also their intense delights Their gold was dashed with blood but ours is sprinkled with dust Their life was intermingled with white and purple ours is one seamless stuff of brown - RUSKIN A person can not live in the American central west and be acquaintance with the generation which greets the new century with feeble ...

"Lafayette's Visit to Ohio Valley States," by C. B. Galbreath. Volume 29, Number 3, July, 1920, pp. 163-266.
... LAFAYETTE'S VISIT TO OHIO VALLEY STATES LAFAYETTE'S VISIT TO OHIO VALLEY STATES BY C B GALBREATH The fame of those who rose to eminence in the American Revolution is secure Time has not dimmed the luster of their achievements or our gratitude for their patriotic service The monument reared to them in the hearts of the American people has withstood the test of the critic the sneer of the cynic and the hammer of the iconoclast This is well If they have been idealized and idolized it is not to ...

"Newspaper Correspondence," by John Henri Kagi. Volume 34, Number 3, July, 1925, pp. 292-421.
... NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENCE NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENCE LETTERS TO THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE TOPEKA KANSAS July 14 1856 Do you know for what Mr J Speer Editor of The Kansas Tribune and a dozen or more others -- some of the best men in Kansas--have been compelled to flee from their families and homes and become exiles in a strange land If you do not the sub-joined letter will initiate you into the secret How the original letter was obtained I know not but I have seen it and the following is a verbatim et ...