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Augustus Owsley Stanley papers, 1902

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63m144 Augustus Owsley Stanley papers, 1821-1958 63M144 Finding aid prepared by Heather J. Burke University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2011 October 21 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2012-11-05T10:23-0500 Description is in English. Describing Archives: A Content Standard 2011 October 21 Augustus Owsley Stanley papers 63M144 University of Kentucky Special Collections 14.55 Cubic feet 29 boxes, 7 items Bulk, 1902-1958 1821-1958 Stanley, Augustus Owsley, 1867-1958 Custodial History note Stanley family, gift, 1959. Additional materials: Chaffery, Mrs. Soaper, gift, August 17, 1959. Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use note Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. Preferred Citation note 63M144 : [identification of item], Augustus Owsley Stanley papers, 1821-1958, Bulk 1902-1958, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Biographical note A. O. Stanley was born in Shelbyville, Kentucky in 1867. He was elected to Congress from the Second Congressional District of Kentucky in 1902, and was re-elected for five successive terms. In 1915 he was elected governor of Kentucky, resigning in May, 1919, after being elected to the United States Senate. He was defeated for re-election to the Senate in 1924. In 1930 Herbert Hoover named him to the International Joint Commission, a post he held until 1954, serving as chairman of the United States Section from 1933 to his retirement. His chief activity in the House was in antitrust legislation. He was chairman of the congressional committee investigating the United States Steel Corporation and is credited with being a principal draftsman of the Clayton Anti-Trust Act. He championed the cause of the tobacco growers in a dispute with the American Tobacco Company. Scope and Contents note The Augustus Owsley Stanley papers cover a period from 1844 to 1960. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts of speeches, scrapbooks, pictures, clippings and books. The papers chiefly concern Stanley's public career. They relate to Kentucky political campaigns, tobacco controversies, prohibition, the congressional investigation of the United States Steel Corporation, affairs of the International Joint Commission, and family matters. Among the papers are letters from John C. Breckinridge, Woodrow Wilson, Irvin S. Cobb, Andrew Carnegie, Cora Wilson Stewart and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Family letters include correspondence to and from Stanley's mother, Amanda Owsley Stanley, and his wife, Sue Soaper Stanley. Arrangement note The collection is arranged by format. American Tobacco Company. Breckinridge, John Cabell, 1821-1875 Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 Cobb, Irvin S., (Irvin Shrewsbury), 1876-1944 Eisenhower, Dwight D., (Dwight David), 1890-1969 International Joint Commission. Stewart, Cora Wilson, 1875-1958 United States Steel Corporation. Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924 Elections--United States. Governors. Prohibition--United States. Speeches, addresses, etc. Steel industry and trade--United States. Tobacco--United States. United States--Politics and government--20th century. General I 1844-1958 Biographical Material 1 1 undated Jefferson, Thomas 1 2 undated John Cambell Breckinridge letter to R.W. Johnson 1 2a 1861 April 25 Papers 1 3 undated Legal Citations 1 4 undated Poll Books: Ghent, Kentucky 1 5 1844 Correspondence 1 6 1904-1906 Tobacco 1 7 1904-1906 Tobacco Clippings 1 8 1906 Tobacco Correspondence 1 9 1907 Correspondence 1 10 1907 Politics 1 11 1908 Tobacco 1 12 1908 Legal papers 1 13 1908 Reply to Dazell, Jefferson-Hamilton Speech 1 14 1908 Correspondence, A-Z 1 15-19 1909 Telegrams 2 1 1909 William Jennings Bryan 2 2 1909 Tobacco 2 3 1909 Correspondence 2 4 1909-1911 Scrapbook-"Property of Miss Minnie Mohler" 2 5 1910-1913 Investigation of the U.S. Steel Corporation 2 6 1911 Pensions 2 7 1911 Correspondence 2 8 1912 Carnegie, Andrew to A.O.S. 2 9 1912 Investigation of Steel Trust 2 10 1912 Tobacco 2 11 1913 Politics, campaign 2 12 1913 Correspondence 2 13 1913 Interstate Commerce 2 14 1913 Pensions 2 15 1913 Politics 2 16 1914 Correspondence 2 17 1914 Correspondence 2 18 1915 Politics, Campaign, Advertising, Bills (A-L) 2 19 1915 Politics, Campaign, Advertising, Bills (M-Z) 3 1 1915 Politics, Campaign Speeches (Not Stanley) 3 2 1915 Politics, Campaign Correspondence (A-Z) 3 3-9 1915 Politics, Campaign, Headquarters Letters 3 10 1915 Politics, Campaign Lists 4 1-3 1915 Politics, Campaign Material 4 4 1914 Politics, Congratulations on Election as Governor 4 5 1915 Politics 4 6 1916 Murray Mob 4 7 1917 Woodrow Wilson letters to A.O.Stanley 4 9 1918 Martin Appointment 4 10 1918 Politics, Campaign 4 11 1918 Correspondence 4 12 1919 Letters to Mrs. Stanley 4 13 1919- KY Campaign, Republican Platform 4 14 1919 May 14 KY Campaign, Democratic Platform, Louisville 5 1 1919 September 4 Senate Voting Record 5 2 1919-1924 Correspondence 5 3 1920 Testimony Before Probe Committee, Frankfort 5 4 1920 March 4 Ku Klux Klan 5 5 1921 Correspondence 5 6 1921 Stanley-McAdoo Letters 5 7 1921 Correspondence 5 8 1922 Correspondence 5 9 1923 Correspondence 5 10 1924 International Joint Commission, Presidential Message 5 11 1925 Retirement from Senate 5 12 1925 Correspondence 5 13 1926 Correspondence 5 14 1927 Correspondence 5 15 1928 Politics 5 16 1928 Politics, Democratic Platform 5 17 1928 Correspondence 5 18 1929 International Joint Commission, Appointment 5 19 1930 Politics 5 20 1930 Cobb, Irvin S. 5 21 1930-1931 Correspondence 5 22 1931 International Joint Commission, Rules of Procedure 5 23 1932 Letters to Mrs.Stanley after death of son 5 24 1932 Correspondence 5 25 1933 National Coal Association 6 1 1933-1936 Correspondence 6 2 1934 Joseph Tumulty Speech, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6 3 1934 Correspondence 6 4 1935 Politics, Campaign, Senate 6 5 1936 Correspondence 6 6 1937 International Joint Commission 6 7 1938 International Joint Commission, Canada - Level of Rainy Lake 6 8 1939 Correspondence 6 9 1939-1943 International Joint Commission-Burpee, Lawrence 6 10 1944 Correspondence 6 11 1944 International Joint Commission 6 12 1945-1946 Correspondence 6 13 1945 Jefferson Island Club 6 14 1946 Correspondence 6 15 1946 Courier-Journal Article 6 16 1947 International Joint Commission 6 17 1947 International Joint Commission, Canada 7 1 1947 International Joint Commission, Kootenay 7 2-3 1947 Correspondence, A-Z 7 4-5 1947 International Joint Commission, A-Z 7 6-7 1948 Correspondence, A-Z 7 8-9 1948 International Joint Commission 7 10 1949 Correspondence 7 11 1949 Courier Journal Article 7 12 1950 International Joint Commission 7 13 1950 Correspondence 8 1 1950 Rotary Speech Article 8 2 1950 International Joint Commission, A-Z 8 3-5 1951 Correspondence, A-Z 8 6-7 1951 Henderson Gleaner Articles 8 8 1952 International Joint Commission, A-Z 8 9-10 1952 International Joint Commission, Crane Lake 8 11 1952 Correspondence 9 1 1952 Birthday Greetings 9 2 1953 May International Joint Commission, A-Z 9 3-4 1953 Kentucky Bookmobile Project 9 5 1953 Correspondence 9 6 1953 Congressional Record, Eulogy on Resignation 9 7-8 1954 International Joint Commission 9 9 1954 International Joint Commission, Resignation 8 10 1954 Correspondence 9 11 1954 Correspondence 9 12 1956 Correspondence 9 13 1957-1958 Congressional Record: Tributes from Morton, Cooper, Natcher and Perkins 9 14 1958 August 13 The Washington, magazine 28 3 1931 August, 1931 September Speeches II 1902-1953 Address Before Club 20 1 undated Ireland 20 2 undated Statement, Joseph Guffey Case 20 3 undated On Kentucky, Danville, Kentucky 20 4 undated Knights of Columbus, Brooklyn, New York 20 5 undated Lincoln-Jefferson 20 6 undated Lincoln-Watson 20 7 undated Medical Association 20 8 undated Memorial Address 20 9 undated Reconstruction Period in the South 20 10 undated Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship 20 11 undated Speech Material 20 12 undated The United States 20 13 undated Campaign, Sebree, Kentucky 20 14 1902 Hayes v. Hoag Argument, Henderson, Kentucky 20 15 1903 January Railroad Rate Bill, H. of Rep. 20 16 1906 February 6 Tobacco, Guthrie, Kentucky 20 17 1906 Tobacco Trust, H. of Rep. 20 18 1906 May 28 Tobacco 20 19 1906 Tobacco Meeting, Springfield, Tennessee 20 20 1906 November 6 Memorial Address on the Late Senator Bate, H. of Rep. 20 21 1907 January 20 Robert E. Lee, Hamilton Club, Chicago, Illinois 20 22 1907 April 1 Government by Injunction, Evansville, Indiana 20 23 1907 September 2 Character and Services of Jefferson and Hamilton 20 24 1908 March 25 Campaign, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 20 25 1908 October 5 Campaign, Madisonville, Kentucky 20 26 1908 October 19 Democracy of the "Daddies," H. of Rep. 20 27 1909 April 19 Tobacco Growers Fight, Owensboro, Kentucky 20 28 1909 September 2 Safety in Coal Mines, H. of Rep. 20 29 1910 May 19 Steel Investigation, H. of Rep. 20 30 1912 August 8 Divesting Liquors of their Interstate Character, H. of Rep. 21 1 1913 March 1 Opening of the Senate Campaign, Glasgow, Kentucky 21 2 1913 May 19 Spirit of William Goebel, Dedication of Monument, Frankfort, Kentucky 21 3 1914 March 11 Speeches in H. of Rep. 21 4 1914 Primary Campaign for Governor, Frankfort, Kentucky 21 5 1915 May 1 Primary Campaign for Governor, Louisville, Kentucky 21 6-7 1915 Statement Following Nomination for Governor 21 8 1915 Campaign Opening for Governor, Glasgow, Kentucky 21 9 1915 September 20 Campaign for Governor 21 10 1915 October 16 Inaugural Address, Frankfort, Kentucky 21 11 1915 December 7 Inaugural Address (copy) 10 14 1915 December 7 Campaign for Governor (fragment) 21 12 1915 Cooperation Between State and County Officials 21 13 1915-1919 Message to Kentucky General Assembly 21 14 1916 Report on the General Assembly 21 15 1916 Kentucky Democratic State Convention, Lexington, Kentucky 21 16 1916 May 24 Resolutions, Kentucky Democratic State Convention 21 17 1916 Appeal to Murray Mob 21 1916 Dec. 9 Kentucky Bar Association, Dawson Springs, Kentucky 21 18 1917 July 5 Thanksgiving Proclamation 21 19 1917 November 20 Message to Kentucky General Assembly 21 20 1918 January 8 Veto of the German Language Bill 21 21 1918 Campaign for Senate Nomination, Mayfield, Kentucky 21 22 1918 St. Patrick's Day, Providence, Rhode Island 21 23 1919 March 17 Senate Campaign, Pikeville, Kentucky 21 24 1918 October 4 Reply to Morrow, Lexington, Kentucky 22 1 1919 October 22 Heizer's Physiology, Campaign Speech, Lexington, Kentucky 22 2 1919 Railroad Control, US Senate 22 3 1919 December To Women Voters, Washington D.C. 22 4 1921 February 17 Peace Treaty Resolution, Emergency Tariff, US Senate 22 5 1921 April 30, 1921 May 9 Government Ownership of Coal Mines, US Senate 22 6 1921 June 29 Fourth of July, Owensboro, Kentucky 22 7 1921 Soldiers Bonus, US Senate 22 8 1921 July 15 St. Luke Catholic Church, Nicolasville, Kentucky 22 9 1921 August 21 A Plea for Constitutional Government, US Senate 22 10 1921 September 23 Spirit of the Orphan Brigade, US Senate 22 11 1921 November 5 Democratic Address, Louisville, Kentucky 22 12 1921 November 30 Perils of Paternalism, Chicago, Illinois 22 13 1922 January 12 Hearings: Excluding Gambling Information from the Mails, Senate Judiciary Committee 22 14 1921-1922 Ohio Sons of American Revolution, Cincinnati 22 15 1922 February 22 Tribute to Ireland, US Senate 22 16 1922 March 14 Patriotic Address, Boston, Massachusetts 22 17 1922 March 16 Edge Resolution, US Senate 22 18 1922 April 14 Flag Day Address, Clarksburg, West Virginia 22 19 1922 June 14 Outgrowing Our Independence, New Jersey Bar Association 22 20 1922 June 17 Spirit of '76, Tammany Hall, NYC 22 21 1922 July 4 For Re-election of James A. Reed, Senator from Missouri 22 22 1922 National Grain Dealers, New Orleans, Louisiana 22 23 1922 October 2 Address. Jersey City, New Jersey 22 24 1922 October 10 Address. Newport, Kentucky 22 25 1922 October 12 Article, Repeal a Thousand Laws, Dearborn Indepedent, Dearborn, Michigan 23 1 1923 February 17 National Gas Association, Louisville, Kentucky 23 2 1923 April Good Will, Jewish Synagogue, New York 23 3 1923 April 30 Arlington 23 4 1923 June 3 Tolerance, National Council of Catholic Men 23 5 1923 October 17 Statements, Political 23 6 1923 Morrow Reply to Fields 23 7 1923 Campaign, Richmond, Kentucky 23 8 1923 Campaign 23 9 1923 Leases of Naval Oil Lands, US Senate 23 10 1924 January 30 Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C. 23 11 1924 February 9 B.P.O.E., New Rochelle, New York 23 12 1924 February 12 Constitution, Far Rockaway, New York 23 13 1924 March 4 Jefferson, Springfield, Missouri 23 14 1924 April 13 Farmer's Cooperative Associations, US Senate 23 15 1924 April 29 Confederate National Reunion, Memphis, Tennessee 23 16 1924 June 4 US Senate Campaign 23 17 1924 Local Self-Government, Louisville, Kentucky 23 18 1924 December 27 Stanley-Darrow Debate on Capital Punishment, NYC 23 19 1925 March 14 Rotary Club, Henderson, Kentucky 23 20 1925 March 19 Excerpts from St. Patrick's Day Speech, Mose Green Club, Louisville, Kentucky 23 21 1925 March 20 Constitution, Detroit, Michigan 23 22 1925 May 18 Bayonne, New Jersey 23 23 1925 June 27 Elk's Memorial Address, Altoona, Pennsylvania 23 24 1925 December 6 Interview. Washington Star 23 25 1926 January 10 Campaign 23 26 1926 Washington D.C. 23 27 1926 August 10 Armistice Day, Mt. Vernon, Illlinois 23 28 1926 November 11 Elk's Memorial, Nashville, Tennessee 23 29 1926 December 5 Campaign, Governor's Primary, Lexington, Kentucky 23 30 1927 Campaign Openings, Sampson-Beckham, Pikeville, Kentucky 24 1 1927 October 8 Campaign, Beckham-Sampson 24 2 1927 Smith Campaign 24 3 1928 Smith Campaign, New Albany, Indiana 24 4 1928 September Interview. Smith Campaign 24 5 1928 Smith Campaign, Owensboro, Kentucky 24 6 1928 November 3 Jefferson, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 24 7 1929 April 13 Richmond, Virginia 24 8 1929 April 23 Unveiling Henry Clay Statue, NYC 24 9 1929 May 9 Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Boston, Massachusetts 24 10 1930 March 8 Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Washington, D.C. 24 11 1930 March 17 Knights of Columbus, Boston, Massachusetts 24 12 1930 April 19 National Metal Trades Association, Cincinnati, Ohio 24 13 1931 April 15 On Herbert Hoover 24 14 1932 Speech 24 15 1933 Kentucky State Bar Association, Frankfort, Kentucky 24 16 1933 July 14 Smithland, Kentucky 24 17 1933 August 18 Bardwell, Kentucky 24 18 1933 November 4 Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Cincinnati, Ohio 24 19 1934 March 17 Glasgow, Kentucky 24 20 1934 May 18 Mose Green Club, Louisville, Kentucky 24 21 1934 May 19 Covington, Kentucky 24 22 1934 May 30 Dedication of Patterson Memorial, University of Kentucky, Lexington 24 23 1934 June 1 Dedication of Lincoln Memorial, Springfield, Kentucky 24 24 1934 June 14 Kentucky State Bar Association, Lexington, Kentucky 25 1 1934 July 6 New Deal, Reports and Speeches 25 2 1934 Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Memphis, Tennessee 25 3 1935 March 16 International Joint Commission Radio Speech 25 4 undated International Joint Commission Statement 25 5 1949 November 7 Article, United States-Canadian Relations, Rotarian 25 6 1950 June International Relations, Rotary Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 25 7 1950 November 15 International Joint Commission 25 8 1952 Bookmobile Project, Louisville, Kentucky 25 9 1953 February 6 International Joint Commission Tacoma, Washington 25 10 1953 May 19 International Joint Commission 25 11 1953 Interview. Personalities in Government, WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio 25 12 1953 Family papers III 1860-1952 William Stanley to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 2 1860-1907 George C. Tichnenor to William Stanley 14 3 1860-1889 William Stanley Confederate Reunion 14 4 1908 William Stanley, Sermon Notes 14 5 undated Josephine S. Welch to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 6 1890-1922 Arnold Stanley (son) to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 7 1891-1904 G. William Stanley (son) to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 8 1907-1922 Amanda Welch Rose (granddaughter) and children to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 9 1921-1922 T.S. Minnich and Louise Stanley (daughter) to Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 10 1888-1922 T. Stanley Minnich Poem Book 14 11 1889-1890 General, Amanda Owsley Stanley 14 12 1881-1922 Scope and Contents note This folder contains various correspondence of Amanda Owlsley Stanley from 1881 to 1922. Amanda Owsley Stanley papers 15 1 undated Letters to Amanda Owsley Stanley, Death of William Stanley 15 2 1921 A.O. Stanley to Amanda Owsley Stanley (mother) 15 3-4 1890-1908 A.O. Stanley to Arnold Stanley (brother) 15 5 1891-1903 A.O. Stanley to William Stanley (father) 15 6 1902-1911 A.O. Stanley to Sons, William S. Owsley, A.O. Jr., and Marion Shelby 15 7 1905-1924 Mother to A.O. Stanley 15 8 1906-1911 Relatives to A.O. Stanley 15 9 1908-1953 Amanda Welch Rose to A.O. Stanley 15 10 1945-1952 Death of Marion Stanley 19 4 1932 Family letters to Sue Stanley 18 9 1917-1919 Family letters to Sue Stanley 18 13 1923-1925 Sue Stanley papers 19 5 1934 William Stanley papers 19 3 1929 A.O. Stanley and Sue Stanley correspondence 1903-1951 Newspaper Accounts of Wedding 16 1 1903 16 2 1903-1905 16 3-5 1906 16 6-8 1907 17 1-2 1908 17 3 1909 17 4 1910 17 5 1911 17 6 1912 18 1 1913 18 2 1913 January-1913 May 18 3 1913 June-1913 December 18 4-5 1914 18 6 1915 18 8 1915-1916 18 7 1916 18 10 1919 18 11 1921-22 18 12 1923 18 14 1926 Telegrams 19 1 1927 19 2 1928-1929 19 6 1941 19 7 1942 19 8 1943 19 9 1944 19 10 1945-1946 19 11 1948-1949 19 12 1950-1951 Kentucky Newspapers IV 1915 Breckenridge News 29 1 1915 February 24 Carlisle Mercury 29 2 1915 July 15 Courier Journal, Louisville 29 3-11 1915 August 6, 1915 August 10, 1915 August 11, 1915 August 31, 1915 October 18, 1915 October 26, 1915 October 28, 1915 October 30, 1915 November 2 Daily Messenger, Mayfield 29 12-13 1915 August 5, 1915 August 9 Evening Post, Louisville 29 14-15 1915 August 3, 1915 October 30 Frankfort Courier 29 16-17 1915 July 16, 1915 August 2 Harrodsburg Herald 29 18 1915 August 6 Journal of Labor, Louisville 29 19 1915 October 23 Kentucky Advocate, Danville 29 20 1915 July 31 Lexington Leader 29 21 1915 October 21 Louisville Herald 29 22-27 1915 October 14, 1915 October 18, 1915 October 29, 1915 October 30, 1915 November 1, 1915 November 2 Louisville Times 29 28-29 1915 October 22, 1915 October 30 Owensboro Inquirer 29 30-33 1915 July 25, 1915 August 1, 1915 August 6, 1915 August 10 Owensboro Messenger 29 34-43 1915 July 8, 1915 July 14, 1915 July 15,1915 July 16, 1915 July 21, 1915 July 24, 1915 July 29, 1915 July 31, 1915 August 1, 1915 August 3 Weekly Advocate, LaCenter 29 44 1915 August 6 Clippings 1905-1960 Tobacco 1907-1910 10 2 1907 10 3 1908 10 6 1909 10 7 1910 Campaigns 1909-1919 Givens Campaign 10 4 1909 Givens Campaign 10 5 1910 Stanley-Beckham Senate Campaign 10 11 1913-1914 11 3 1918-1919 General 1905-1960 Tariff 10 1 1905-1909 U.S. Steel Investigation 10 8 1911 Ben Johnson Statement 10 9 1911 Kentucky Primary Election 10 10 1912 10 12 1913 10 13 1914 11 1 1914-1915 11 2 1915 11 4 1920 11 5 1920 11 6 1921-1922 GOP Handbook 11 7 1923 11 8 1924 11 9 1925 11 10 1927 12 1 1928 12 2 1929 12 3 1932 12 4 1930-1933 12 5 1934 12 6 1935 12 8 1936 12 9 1946 12 10 1947 12 11 1948 12 12 1950-1951 12 13 1952 12 14 1953-1954 12 15 1955 Death and Funeral 12 16 1958 UK Collection 12 17 1959 12 18 1960 Photographs V 1915-1925, undated General 13 9-10 undated Scope and Contents note The general folders contain undated photographs. 13 5 1915-1919 Hunting and Fishing 13 6 undated Family 13 7 undated International Joint Commission 13 8 undated Barrister's Club Luncheon, Washington D.C. 27 1925 March 14 A.O. Stanley, Portrait in Hat 28 4 undated Signed Photo of a Man 28 5 1914 Governor Owsley (Stanley) 28 10 undated Realia VI undated Bookplates, A.O. Stanley 20 31 undated A.O. Stanley, Painted Door Sign 26 1 undated Leather-covered Desk Sign, "Mr. A.O. Stanley, Chairman" 26 2 undated Original Cut for A.O. Stanley Bookplates 26 3 undated Robt E. Lee, 9m Memoriam Ribbon 28 1 undated Certificates VII 1889-1951 Herbert Hoover, Appointment of A.O. Stanley to International Joint Commission 28 7 1931 May 9 Key to My Old Kentucky Home, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce 28 8 1951 January 5 US Supreme Court, Certificate Admitting Stanley to Practice 28 9 1925 May 5 Certificate, Election as Governor from Gov. McCreary 28 11 1915 November 27 Honorary Degree Diploma, Kentucky University 28 12 1916 June Centre College, Bachelors of Science Diploma 28 14 1889 January 20 Maps and Posters VIII 1915-1934 Romance Map of the Northern Gateway (to Canada) 28 2 1934 Engineering Assembly advertisement 28 6 1926 Political Poster, Primary 28 13 1915 US Bill of Rights signed by Harry B. Hawes 28 15 undated Campaign poster 28 16 undated Scrapbooks IX 1903-1921 1 1903 Tobacco 2 1908 Newsclippings Compiled by Frank J. McGuire 3 1911 Newsclippings on Steel Investigation 4 1911-1913 Newsclippings, A.O. Stanley 5 1913 Newsclippings, Governor 6 1915-1919 Editorial comment on Stanley amendment to anti-beer bill 7 1921 Pamphlets X 1821-1953 General 13 3 1821-1914 World's Fair 13 1 1904 Grand Coulee Dam 13 2 1940,1941,1952 and undated Speeches (not by Stanley) 13 4 1912-1953