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From the Rare Books Collection. An illustrated booklet for Norfolk and Western Railway employee customer service training. Instructions given for porters (redcaps) and conductors, among other employees.
From the Rare Books Collection. A compilation of advertisements originally published between 1943 and 1944 by the Southern Railway System, published in regional and national publications, intended to demonstrate the contribution made by southern states during World War II.
From the Rare Books Collection. A compilation of articles criticizing railway management in the United States, previously published in British financial publications.
A portfolio of original photographic views of the great World's Fair and its treasures of art, including a graphic representation of the famous Midway Plaisance; Volume 1, Number 9. A photographic and historical representation of the "magic city" by-the-lake, with its vast treasures of the world's art, reproduced in splendid realism, as it was seen by millions of viewers, in a series of 300 magnificent photographic views.
A portfolio of original photographic views of the great World's Fair and its treasures of art, including a graphic representation of the famous Midway Plaisance; Volume 1, Number 16. A photographic and historical representation of the "magic city" by-the-lake, with its vast treasures of the world's art, reproduced in splendid realism, as it was seen by millions of viewers, in a series of 300 magnificent photographic views.
Report of the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon; Includes Report of the Agent of Exchange, Robert Ould, and Estimates by A. R. Lawton, Quartermaster General, L. B. Northrop, Commissary General of Subsistence, S. P. Moore, Surgeon General C. S. Army, J. M. Sr. John, Colonel and Chief Bureau, and John L. Preston, Brigadier and Superintendent.
Response of Secretary of War, To the Resolutions of the Senate adopted December 5th, 1864, respecting operations under the act of 6th February 1864; Secret Senate.
An Ordinance and Resolutions recommended by a Conference Committee and passed by the State Convention.
Correspondence between Governor Brown and the Secretary of War, upon the right of the Georgia volunteers, in Confederate Service, to elect their own officers.
Report of Charles C. Jones, Jr., Mayor of the City of Savannah, for the year ending September 30th, 1861. To which is added the Treasurer's Annual Report.
Message of the President to the Senate and House of Representatives; Includes Report of the Commissioners, Alexander H. Stephens, R.M.T. Hunter, and J.A. Campbell; Also includes Extract from Mr. Lincoln's Message of December Last, Referred to in the Foregoing Report.
Private Laws of the State of North-Carolina, passed by the General Assembly at its adjourned session of 1863.
Message No. 1 of His Excellency, F.W. Pickens, to the Legislature at the Regular Session of November, 1862.
An Act to Raise, Organize and Equip, a Provisional Force, and for other purposes.
Laws of the Eight Legislature of the State of Texas. Extra Session, By Authority.
Address delivered before the Virginia State Convention by Hon. Fulton Anderson, Commissioner from Mississippi, Hon. Henry L. Benning, Commissioner from Georgia, and Hon. John S. Preston, Commissioner from South Carolina.
Report of Ex-President John Tyler, as Commissioner to the President of the United States, Doc. No. XXIII.
Resolutions of Wise's Brigade, Headquarters Wise's Brigade, Trenches near Petersburg, Va.
A Sketch of the Life of Capt. Hedley Vicars, The Christian Soldier, by Catherine Marsh.
The Scotch-Irish, and their First Settlements on the Tyger River and Other Neighboring Precincts in South Carolina. A Centennial Discourse, Delivered at Nazareth Church, Spartanburg District, S.C., by George Howe, D.D., Professor of Biblical Literature, Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C.
The Monroe Doctrine. Speech of Hon. D.C. DeJarnette, of Virginia, in the Confederate House of Representatives. Pending Negotiations for Peace.
Electoral Ticket for Wednesday, November 6th, 1861.
Confederate States vs. John H. Gilmer: Substance of the Opening Argument of John H. Gilmer, with Authorities and the Opinion of Judge Halyburton Construing the Sequestration Act, &c.
Letter addressed to Hon. Wm. C. Rives, by John H. Gilmer, on the existing status of the revolution, &c.
Speech of Hon. William A. Graham, of Orange, In the Convention of North-Carolina, Dec. 7th, 1861, on the Ordinance concerning Test Oaths and Sedition.
Reply to Professor Hodge, on the "State of the Country."
Speech of Hon. Gustavus A. Henry, of Tennessee, In the Senate of the Confederate States.
The Merryman Habeas Corpus Case, Baltimore. The proceedings in full and opinion of Chief Justice Taney. The United States Government A Military Despotism.
Speech of Mr. H.M. Nelson, In the State Convention, Tuesday, March 26th, 1861.
The Philosophy of Secession: A Southern View, Presented in a Letter addressed to the Hon. Mr. Perkins of Louisiana, in criticism on the Provisional Constitution adopted by the Southern Congress at Montgomery, Alabama. By the Hon. L.W. Spratt, Editor of the Charleston Mercury.