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Addresses and Papers

by Armistead C. Gordon
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Published
ca. 1920.
Language
English
Variant Title
Men and events
Contents
  • [1]. Gen. Daniel Morgan. Nashville, 1895
  • [2]. The Valley Ulsterman. Staunton, 1896
  • [3]. The citizen and the republic. Staunton, 1900
  • [4]. Judge William McLaughlin. [1903]
  • [5]. On the influence of Homer. [1907]
  • [6]. The legal foundations of socialism. Richmond [1908]
  • [7]. Monument to John Tyler. Washington, 1916.
Description
7 pamphlets in 1 v. ; 24 cm.
Notes
  • Title from cover.
  • The author's mock-up of a volume of 7 separately published pamphlets, with his penciled editorial marks for a new publication to be entitled "Men and events." On the cover, "Addresses and papers" has been lined through and "Men and events" written above. The complete new title handwritten inside front cover, "Men and events. Occassional addresses, by Armisted C. Gordon LL.D, Rector of the University of Virginia, and Chairman of the Virginia State Library Board." Contents are written on the facing page.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Original brown paper over boards, with a black backstrip. From the library of Armistead C. Gordon. Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2008/2009.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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    a| [1]. Gen. Daniel Morgan. Nashville, 1895 -- [2]. The Valley Ulsterman. Staunton, 1896 -- [3]. The citizen and the republic. Staunton, 1900 -- [4]. Judge William McLaughlin. [1903] -- [5]. On the influence of Homer. [1907] -- [6]. The legal foundations of socialism. Richmond [1908] -- [7]. Monument to John Tyler. Washington, 1916.
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