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Hay, John M.
Hay, John Milton
writer of accompanying material
Adams, Henry (1838-1918))
Burlingame, Michael (1941-)
Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865))
Nicolay, John G. (1832-1901)
Nicolay, John G. (1832-1901))
Nicolay, John George (1832-1901)
Nicolay, John George (1832-1901))
Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
Rogers, Bruce (1870-1957)
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919)
San Luciano, José María
United States. Department of State
Winthrop, Robert C. (1809-1894)
Winthrop, Robert Charles (1809-1894)
Abraham Lincoln : a history
Abraham Lincoln the observations of John G. Nicolay and John Hay
Addresses of John Hay
At Lincoln's side : John Hay's Civil War correspondence and selected writings
balance sheet of two parties., The
book of popular recitations, A
Chapters I to XI, inclusive, of The bread-winners : being the first half of the anonymous serial story reprinted from the August, September, and October (1883) numbers of the Century magazine. To be completed in the November and December (1883) and January (1884) numbers.
Complete poetical works of john hay including many poems now first collected
Complete works : comprising his speeches, letters, state papers, and miscellaneous writings
Correspondence [with Mr. Hay, U.S. Secretary of State] concerning the Chinese immigration treaties.
Cowboys and kings; three great letters.
cuna y sepultura de Cervantes, La
Démocratie : roman américain.
Henry James and John Hay : the record of a friendship
idler, An : John Hay's social and aesthetic commentaries for the press during the Civil War, 1861-1865
In praise of Omar; an address before the Omar Khayyám club
Inside Lincoln's White House : the complete Civil War diary of John Hay
Instructions to the American delegates to the Hague conferences, 1899 and 1907
Jim Bludso of the Prairie Belle, and Little Breeches.
John Hay--Howells letters : the correspondence of John Milton Hay and William Dean Howells, 1861-1905
John Hay secretary of state september 30, 1898, to july 1, 1905
Letters of John Hay and extracts from diary
life of Sir Walter Scott, abridged from Lockhart's Life of Scott, The
Lincoln and the Civil War in the diaries and letters. -
Lincoln's journalist : John Hay's anonymous writings for the press, 1860-1864
Little-Breeches; a Pike County view of special providence
Little breeches, and other pieces humorous, descriptive, and pathetic.
Memorial addresses delivered before the two houses of Congress on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley
oration and a poem delivered in the chapel of Brown University; on class day, June 10, 1858., An
Panama canal and our relations with Colombia. Papers relating to the acquisition of the Canal Zone, including an extract from the message of President Roosevelt, December 7, 1903, and the message relating to the Isthmian canal, January 4, 1904; an address by the Hon. Elihu Root before the Union league club, on the "Ethics of the Panama question", The : an editorial from the Outlook of October 7, 1911, on "How the United States acquired the right to dig the Panama canal" ; the letter of Mr. Hay, secretary of state, to Gen. Rafael Reyers, dated Juanuary 5, 1904, and an extract from the autobiography of Mr. Roosevelt.
Pike county ballads
pioneers of Ohio. An address delivered before the Pioneers' association of the Western Reserve, at Burgess' grove, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, August 27th, 1879., The
platform of anarchy., The
poet in exile, A : early letters of John Hay
presidents of the United States 1789-1894,., The
Protocoles des séances de la conférence sanitaire internationale ...
Remarks of Mr. John Hay in reply to the toast of "Our recent diplomacy" at the dinner of the New York Chamber of commerce, November 19, 1901.
republican party, The : "A party fit to govern"
Sketch of "Tad" Lincoln.
Speech of John Hay at the unveiling of the bust of Sir Walter Scott in Westminster abbey, May 21, 1897.
Speech of the honorable John Hay, Secretary of State : at a dinner given by the Board of Directors of the Pan-American Exposition to the National Editorial Association, Buffalo, June 13, 1901.
Thirteenth International peace congress.
Thy will be done; anthem for male chorus, brass sextet, and percussion.
When the boys come home
world's press parliament... opening address., The