A Guide to the Andrew Jackson Montague Papers, 1854-1938 Montague, Andrew Jackson Papers, 1854-1938 22001

A Guide to the Andrew Jackson Montague Papers, 1854-1938

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 22001


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
22001
Title
Andrew Jackson Montague Papers,, 1854-1938
Extent
31 cu. ft. and 65 boxes
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Andrew Jackson Montague Papers, Accession 22001, Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Elizabeth Hoskins Montague of Richmond, Virginia.


Biographical Information

Andrew Jackson Montague was born 3 October 1862 in Campbell County, Virginia. He graduated from Richmond College in 1882 and from the University of Virginia law school in 1885. Montague entered private practice in Danville, Virginia, then was appointed U.S. attorney for Western Virginia in 1893. Montague served as Virginia's Attorney General from 1898 to 1902 and as Virginia's Governor from 1902 to 1906. Defeated as a senatorial candidate in 1905, Montague served as dean of the Richmond College law school from 1906 to 1909, and practiced law in Richmond, Virginia, from 1909 to 1913. Elected to the U.S. Congress in 1913, Montague served until his death on 24 January 1937 in Urbana, Virginia. He also served in several international organizations and attended several international conferences. Montague married Elizabeth Lyne Hoskins in 1889 and they had three children.

Scope and Content

Andrew Jackson Montague papers, 1854-1938, contain correspondence, financial records, letter books, newspaper clippings, pictures, printed materials, scrapbooks, and speeches chronicling Montague's career as a lawyer, U.S. Attorney for Western Virginia, Attorney General of Virginia, and United States Congressman. Papers highlight Montague's political career and his participation in the Carnegie Endowment for International peace and other organizations and conferences. Some papers concern Montague's activities as a trustee of the Carnegie Institution of Washington and of George Washington University, as well as his teaching career at Richmond College.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

I: Letter books, 1887-1901 II: Correspondence, 1854-1938 III: Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936 IV: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace V: Applications and Recommendations, 1934-1936 VI:Speeches, 1892-1925 VII: Financial Records, 1889-1938 VIII: Miscellany IX: Pictures X: Printed Materials, 1842-1937 XI: Scrapbooks XII: Newspaper Clippings, 1897-1937

Related Material

Separated Material

Montague's papers dating to his term as governor can be found in Virginia. Governor (1902-1906 : Montague). Executive Papers of Governor Andrew J. Montague, 1902-1906. Accession 45102.


Contents List

Series I: Letter books, 1887-1901.
Boxes: 1-2
Extent: 2 boxes.

Letter books, 1887-1901, contain Montague's outgoing correspondence while a practicing attorney, U.S. Attorney for Western Virginia, and Attorney General of Virginia.

Chronological

  • Box 1
    Folder 1
    Letter book, 31 August 1887-13 February 1891.
  • Box 1
    Folder 2
    Letter book, 13 February 1891-21 January 1892.
  • Box 1
    Folder 3
    Letter book, 2 February 1892-3 April 1895.
  • Box 1
    Folder 4
    Letter book, 3 April 1895-28 January 1897.
  • Box 2
    Folder 1
    Letter book, 30 January 1897-30 November 1901.
II: Correspondence, 1854-1938.
Boxes: 2-38
Extent: 37 boxes.

Correspondence, 1854-1938, contains Montague's personal, professional, and political correspondence. Personal correspondence contains letters to and from family and friends. Professional correspondence contains letters contains correspondence regarding legal actions Montague was involved in as a lawyer and U.S. Attorney, as well as his duties as Attorney General. Political correspondence concerns Montague's campaigns for Attorney General, Governor, and Congress and details his struggles as a progressive Democrat against the political machine running Virginia, as well as national politics. Also addresses his duties as Congressman, including legislation. Contains sub-series: A: General Correspondence, 1854-1938; B: U.S. Attorney for Western Virginia, 1893-1896; C: Attorney General, 1897-1902; D: Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900-1901; E: Board of Education, 1900-1901.

Chronological, then alphabetical

  • Box 2-29
    A: General Correspondence, 1854-1938.
    28 boxes

    Chronological, then alphabetical

    • Box 2
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1854-1895 .
    • Box 2
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1896 .
    • Box 2
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, A-B-C.
    • Box 2
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, D.
    • Box 2
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, E-F-G.
    • Box 2
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, H-J-L.
    • Box 2
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, M.
    • Box 2
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, P.
    • Box 2
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, R.
    • Box 2
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, S.
    • Box 2
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, T.
    • Box 2
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, unknown.
    • Box 2
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1897-1898, V-W.
    • Box 2
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1899, A.
    • Box 2
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1899, B.
    • Box 2
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1899, C.
    • Box 2
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1899, D.
    • Box 2
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1899, E.
    • Box 2
      Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1899, F.
    • Box 2
      Folder 21
      Correspondence, 1899, G.
    • Box 2
      Folder 22
      Correspondence, 1899, H.
    • Box 2
      Folder 23
      Correspondence, 1899, I-J.
    • Box 3
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1899, L.
    • Box 3
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1899, M.
    • Box 3
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1899, N.
    • Box 3
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1899, P.
    • Box 3
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1899, R.
    • Box 3
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1899, S.
    • Box 3
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1899, T.
    • Box 3
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1899, W.
    • Box 3
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1899, Y.
    • Box 3
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1900, A.
    • Box 3
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1900, B.
    • Box 3
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1900, C.
    • Box 3
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1900, D-E.
    • Box 3
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1900, F.
    • Box 3
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1900, G.
    • Box 3
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1900, H.
    • Box 3
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1900, I-J.
    • Box 3
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1900, K-L.
    • Box 3
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1900, M.
    • Box 3
      Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1900, N-P-Q.
    • Box 3
      Folder 21
      Correspondence, 1900, R.
    • Box 3
      Folder 22
      Correspondence, 1900, S-T-V.
    • Box 3
      Folder 23
      Correspondence, 1900, W.
    • Box 3
      Folder 24
      Correspondence, 1901, A.
    • Box 3
      Folder 25
      Correspondence, 1901, Ba.
    • Box 3
      Folder 26
      Correspondence, 1901, Be-Bl.
    • Box 3
      Folder 27
      Correspondence, 1901, Bo.
    • Box 3
      Folder 28
      Correspondence, 1901, Br-Bu.
    • Box 3
      Folder 29
      Correspondence, 1901, Ca-Cl.
    • Box 3
      Folder 30
      Correspondence, 1901, Co-Cu.
    • Box 3
      Folder 31
      Correspondence, 1901, D.
    • Box 4
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1901, E.
    • Box 4
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1901, Fa-Fl.
    • Box 4
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1901, Fo-Fu.
    • Box 4
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1901, G.
    • Box 4
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1901, Ha.
    • Box 4
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1901, He-Ho.
    • Box 4
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1901, Hu-Hy.
    • Box 4
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1901, I-J.
    • Box 4
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1901, K.
    • Box 4
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1901, La.
    • Box 4
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1901, Le-Ly.
    • Box 4
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1901, Ma-Mc.
    • Box 4
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1901, Me-Mu.
    • Box 4
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1901, N-O.
    • Box 4
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1901, Pa-Pe.
    • Box 4
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1901, Ph-Pu.
    • Box 4
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1901, Q.
    • Box 4
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1901, Ra-Ri.
    • Box 4
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1901, Ro-Ry.
    • Box 4
      Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1901, Sa-Si.
    • Box 4
      Folder 21
      Correspondence, 1901, Sl-So.
    • Box 4
      Folder 22
      Correspondence, 1901, St-Sw.
    • Box 4
      Folder 23
      Correspondence, 1901, T.
    • Box 4
      Folder 24
      Correspondence, 1901, U-V.
    • Box 4
      Folder 25
      Correspondence, 1901, Wa-Wh.
    • Box 4
      Folder 26
      Correspondence, 1901, Wi-Wy.
    • Box 4
      Folder 27
      Correspondence, 1906, A.
    • Box 4
      Folder 28
      Correspondence, 1906, Ba.
    • Box 4
      Folder 29
      Correspondence, 1906, Be-Bo.
    • Box 4
      Folder 30
      Correspondence, 1906, Br-Bu.
    • Box 5
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1906, Ca-Cl.
    • Box 5
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1906, Co-Cr.
    • Box 5
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1906, D.
    • Box 5
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1906, Dean, Charles R.
    • Box 5
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1906, E.
    • Box 5
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1906, F.
    • Box 5
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1906, G.
    • Box 5
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1906, H.
    • Box 5
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1906, J.
    • Box 5
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1906, K.
    • Box 5
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1906, L.
    • Box 5
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1906, Ma-Mc.
    • Box 5
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1906, Me-Mo.
    • Box 5
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1906, Montague.
    • Box 5
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1906, N.
    • Box 5
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1906, O.
    • Box 5
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1906, P.
    • Box 5
      Folder 18
      Correspondence and papers, 1906-1907, Pan-American Conference.
    • Box 5
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1906, R.
    • Box 6
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1906, Sa-Sh.
    • Box 6
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1906, Si-Su.
    • Box 6
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1906, t.
    • Box 6
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1906, Unknown.
    • Box 6
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1906, V.
    • Box 6
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1906, Wa-Wh.
    • Box 6
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1906, Wi-Wo.
    • Box 6
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1906, y.
    • Box 6
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1907, A.
    • Box 6
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1907, Ba-Bo.
    • Box 6
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1907, Br-Bu.
    • Box 6
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1907, Ca-Cl.
    • Box 6
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1907, Co-Cu.
    • Box 6
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1907, Da-De.
    • Box 6
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1907, Di-Du.
    • Box 6
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1907, E-F.
    • Box 6
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1907, G.
    • Box 6
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1907, Ha-Hi.
    • Box 6
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1907, Ho-Hu.
    • Box 6
      Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1907, I-J-K.
    • Box 7
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1907, La-Le.
    • Box 7
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1907, Li-Lu.
    • Box 7
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1907, Ma-Mc.
    • Box 7
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1907, McKean.
    • Box 7
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1907, Me-Mo.
    • Box 7
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1907, Montague.
    • Box 7
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1907, N-O.
    • Box 7
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1907, Pa-Pe.
    • Box 7
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1907, Ph-Pu.
    • Box 7
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1907, Q.
    • Box 7
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1907, R.
    • Box 7
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1907, Sa-Sh.
    • Box 7
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1907, Si-Su.
    • Box 7
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1907, T.
    • Box 7
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1907, U-V (including unknown).
    • Box 7
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1907, Wa-Wh.
    • Box 7
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1907, Wi-Wo.
    • Box 7
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1907, Y.
    • Box 7
      Folder 19
      Correspondence, 1908, A.
    • Box 7
      Folder 20
      Correspondence, 1908, Ba-Bl.
    • Box 7
      Folder 21
      Correspondence, 1908, Bo-By.
    • Box 7
      Folder 22
      Correspondence, 1908, Ca-Ch.
    • Box 7
      Folder 23
      Correspondence, 1908, Cl-Cu.
    • Box 8
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1908, Da-Di.
    • Box 8
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1908, Do-Du.
    • Box 8
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1908, E.
    • Box 8
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1908, F.
    • Box 8
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1908, G.
    • Box 8
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1908, Ha.
    • Box 8
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1908, He-Hu.
    • Box 8
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1908, I-J.
    • Box 8
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1908, K.
    • Box 8
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1908, L.
    • Box 8
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1908, Ma-Mi.
    • Box 8
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1908, Mo-My.
    • Box 8
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1908, N-O.
    • Box 8
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1908, P.
    • Box 8
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1908, Q.
    • Box 8
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1908, R.
    • Box 8
      Folder 17
      Correspondence, 1908, Sa-Sh.
    • Box 8
      Folder 18
      Correspondence, 1908, Si-Sy.
    • Box 9
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1908, T.
    • Box 9
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1908, U-V.
    • Box 9
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1908, Wa-Wh.
    • Box 9
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1908, Wi-Wy.
    • Box 9
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1908, Y.
    • Box 9
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1909, A.
    • Box 9
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1909, Ba-Bl.
    • Box 9
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1909, Bo-By.
    • Box 9
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1909, C.
    • Box 9
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1909, D.
    • Box 9
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1909, E-F.
    • Box 9
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1909, G.
    • Box 9
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1909, H.
    • Box 9
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1909, I-J.
    • Box 9
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1909, K.
    • Box 9
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1909, L.
    • Box 10
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1909, M.
    • Box 10
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1909, Montague.
    • Box 10
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1909, N-O.
    • Box 10
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1909, P-Q.
    • Box 10
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1909, R.
    • Box 10
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1909, Sa-Se.
    • Box 10
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1909, Sh-St.
    • Box 10
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1909, T-U-V.
    • Box 10
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1909, W.
    • Box 10
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1910, A.
    • Box 10
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1910, Ba-Bi.
    • Box 10
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1910, Bl-By.
    • Box 10
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1910, Ca.
    • Box 10
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1910, Ch-Cu.
    • Box 11
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1910, D.
    • Box 11
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1910, E-F.
    • Box 11
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1910, G.
    • Box 11
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1910, H.
    • Box 11
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1910, I-J.
    • Box 11
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1910, K.
    • Box 11
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1910, L.
    • Box 11
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1910, M.
    • Box 11
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1910, Montague.
    • Box 11
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1910, N-O.
    • Box 11
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1910, Pa-Pe.
    • Box 11
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1910, Ph-Q.
    • Box 11
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1910, R.
    • Box 12
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1910, Sa-Si.
    • Box 12
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1910, Sm-St.
    • Box 12
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1910, T-U-V.
    • Box 12
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1910, W.
    • Box 12
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1910, Y.
    • Box 12
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1911, A.
    • Box 12
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1911, Ba-Bl.
    • Box 12
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1911, Bo-By.
    • Box 12
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1911, Ca.
    • Box 12
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1911, Ch-Cu.
    • Box 12
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1911, D.
    • Box 12
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1911, E-F.
    • Box 12
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1911, G.
    • Box 12
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1911, H.
    • Box 12
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1911, I-J.
    • Box 13
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1911, K.
    • Box 13
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1911, L.
    • Box 13
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1911, Ma-Mi.
    • Box 13
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1911, Mo.
    • Box 13
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1911, N-O.
    • Box 13
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1911, P-Q.
    • Box 13
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1911, R.
    • Box 13
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1911, Sa-Sl.
    • Box 13
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1911, Sm-Sw.
    • Box 13
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1911, T-V.
    • Box 13
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1911, W.
    • Box 13
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1911, Y-Z.
    • Box 13
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1912, A.
    • Box 13
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1912, Ba-Bo.
    • Box 13
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1912, Br-By.
    • Box 14
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1912, Ca-Ce.
    • Box 14
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1912, Ch-Cu.
    • Box 14
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1912, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
    • Box 14
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1912, D.
    • Box 14
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1912, E.
    • Box 14
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1912, F.
    • Box 14
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1912, G.
    • Box 14
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1912, Ha-Hi.
    • Box 14
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1912, Ho-Hu.
    • Box 14
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1912, I-J.
    • Box 14
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1912, K.
    • Box 14
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1912, La-Le.
    • Box 14
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1912, Li-Ly.
    • Box 15
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1912, Ma-Me.
    • Box 15
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1912, Mi-Mu.
    • Box 15
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1912, N.
    • Box 15
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1912, O.
    • Box 15
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1912, P-Q.
    • Box 15
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1912, R.
    • Box 15
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1912, Sa-Sc.
    • Box 15
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1912, Se-Sp.
    • Box 15
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1912, St-Sw.
    • Box 15
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1912, T.
    • Box 15
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1912, U-V.
    • Box 15
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1912, Wa-Wh.
    • Box 15
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1912, Wi-Wy.
    • Box 15
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1912, Y.
    • Box 16
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, A.
    • Box 16
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Armor factory/Richmnod.
    • Box 16
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, B.
    • Box 16
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, C.
    • Box 16
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, D.
    • Box 16
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, E.
    • Box 16
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, F.
    • Box 16
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, G.
    • Box 16
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, H.
    • Box 16
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Hunt.
    • Box 16
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, I-J.
    • Box 16
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, K-L.
    • Box 16
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, M.
    • Box 16
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Montague.
    • Box 16
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Montague, Robert Lynch.
    • Box 17
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, N-O.
    • Box 17
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, P.
    • Box 17
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Q.
    • Box 17
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, R.
    • Box 17
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Sa-Si.
    • Box 17
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, Smith-Smithy.
    • Box 17
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, So-Sw.
    • Box 17
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, T.
    • Box 17
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, U.
    • Box 17
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, V.
    • Box 17
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1913-1915, W.
    • Box 17
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, A.
    • Box 17
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, B.
    • Box 17
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, C.
    • Box 18
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, D-F.
    • Box 18
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, Dickinson, A. B.
    • Box 18
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, G-H-I.
    • Box 18
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, K-L.
    • Box 18
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, M.
    • Box 18
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, N-P-Q.
    • Box 18
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, R-S.
    • Box 18
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1917, RF&P Railroad Relief Bill.
    • Box 18
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, T.
    • Box 18
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1917, Trading with the Enemy Act.
    • Box 18
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, U-V.
    • Box 18
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1917-1918, Universal Military Training.
    • Box 18
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1916-1917, W.
    • Box 19
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, A.
    • Box 19
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, B.
    • Box 19
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, C.
    • Box 19
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, D-E-F.
    • Box 19
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, G-H-I.
    • Box 19
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, J-K-L.
    • Box 19
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, M.
    • Box 19
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, Montague.
    • Box 19
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, N-O-P.
    • Box 19
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, R-S.
    • Box 19
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, T.
    • Box 19
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, U-V.
    • Box 19
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1918-1926, W.
    • Box 20
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, A.
    • Box 20
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Ba-Bi.
    • Box 20
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1928, Bacharach Bill.
    • Box 20
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Bl-Br.
    • Box 20
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Bu-By.
    • Box 20
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, C.
    • Box 20
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, D-E-F.
    • Box 20
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, G-H-I.
    • Box 20
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, J-K.
    • Box 20
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, L.
    • Box 20
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Ma.
    • Box 21
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Mc.
    • Box 21
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Me-Mi.
    • Box 21
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Mo-Mu.
    • Box 21
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Montague.
    • Box 21
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Montague, Roberty Lynch.
    • Box 21
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, N-O-P.
    • Box 21
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, R.
    • Box 21
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Sa-Sh.
    • Box 21
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Sl-Sw.
    • Box 21
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, T-V.
    • Box 21
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, Wa.
    • Box 21
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1927-1928, We-Y.
    • Box 22
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1929, A.
    • Box 22
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1929, Ba-Bl.
    • Box 22
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1929, Bo-By.
    • Box 22
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1929, Ca-Ch.
    • Box 22
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1929, Cl-Cu.
    • Box 22
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1929, Copyright Act.
    • Box 22
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1929, D-E-F.
    • Box 22
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1929, Flanagan Clippings.
    • Box 22
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1929, G-H-I.
    • Box 22
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1929, J-K-L.
    • Box 22
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1929, M.
    • Box 22
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1929, N-O-P.
    • Box 22
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1929, R-S.
    • Box 22
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1929, T-V-W-Y.
    • Box 23
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, A.
    • Box 23
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Ba-Bo.
    • Box 23
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Br-Bu.
    • Box 23
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Ca-Ch.
    • Box 23
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Cl-Cr.
    • Box 23
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Cramton Bill.
    • Box 23
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, D-E-F.
    • Box 23
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, G-H-I.
    • Box 23
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, Interparliamentary Union.
    • Box 23
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, J-K-L.
    • Box 23
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, M.
    • Box 24
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1932, Montague, Robert Lynch.
    • Box 24
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, N-P.
    • Box 24
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, R-S.
    • Box 24
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, T-U-V.
    • Box 24
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1930-1932, W.
    • Box 24
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, A-B.
    • Box 24
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, C.
    • Box 24
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, D-E-F.
    • Box 24
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, G-H.
    • Box 24
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1933, Immigration and Deportation.
    • Box 24
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1933, Interparliamentary Union.
    • Box 24
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1934, Interparliamentary Union.
    • Box 25
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, J-K.
    • Box 25
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, L.
    • Box 25
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, M.
    • Box 25
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, Montague.
    • Box 25
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, N-O-P.
    • Box 25
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1933, Postal Rate Change.
    • Box 25
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, R-S.
    • Box 25
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, T-U.
    • Box 25
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1933-1934, W.
    • Box 25
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1935, A-B.
    • Box 25
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1935, C-D.
    • Box 25
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1935, Eastman Bill.
    • Box 26
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1935, F.
    • Box 26
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1935, G-H-I.
    • Box 26
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1935, J-K-L.
    • Box 26
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1935, Labor Dispute Act.
    • Box 26
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1935, Ludlow Amendment.
    • Box 26
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1935, Lynching--Costigan-Wagner Bill.
    • Box 26
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1935, Ma-Mc.
    • Box 26
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1935, Me-Mi.
    • Box 26
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1935, Mo-Mu.
    • Box 26
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1935, Mapes Bill.
    • Box 26
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1935, N-O.
    • Box 26
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1935, Neutrality Act.
    • Box 26
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1935, National Recovery Act.
    • Box 26
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1935, Pa-Pl.
    • Box 26
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1935, Po-Pu.
    • Box 27
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1935, Pension Acts--Veterans.
    • Box 27
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1935, Ports.
    • Box 27
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1935, Q.
    • Box 27
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1935, Ra-Ri.
    • Box 27
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1935, Ro-Ry.
    • Box 27
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1935, Railroads.
    • Box 27
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1935, Railroad Pension Bill.
    • Box 27
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1935, [Emergency] Railroad Transportation Act.
    • Box 27
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1935, S.
    • Box 27
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1935, T.
    • Box 27
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, [1934-]1935, Townshend Old Age Pension Act.
    • Box 27
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1935, U.
    • Box 27
      Folder 13
      Correspondence, 1935, W.
    • Box 27
      Folder 14
      Correspondence, 1936, A-B.
    • Box 27
      Folder 15
      Correspondence, 1936, C.
    • Box 27
      Folder 16
      Correspondence, 1936, D-E-F.
    • Box 28
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1936, G-H-I.
    • Box 28
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1936, J-K.
    • Box 28
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1936, La-Le.
    • Box 28
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1936, Li-Ly.
    • Box 28
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1936, Ma.
    • Box 28
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1936, Mc.
    • Box 28
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1936, Me-Mi.
    • Box 28
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1936, Mo-My.
    • Box 28
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1936, Montague.
    • Box 28
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1936, N-O-P.
    • Box 28
      Folder 11
      Correspondence, 1936, R-S.
    • Box 28
      Folder 12
      Correspondence, 1936, T-V.
    • Box 29
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1936, W-Y.
    • Box 29
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1937-1938, A-Z.
    • Box 29
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, no date, A-Z.
  • Box 29
    B: U.S. Attorney for Western Virginia, 1893-1896.
    1 box

    Chronological

    • Box 29
      Folder 4
      Enforcement returns, U.S. District Office, 1893-1896,
  • Box 29
    C: Attorney General, 1897-1902.
    1 box

    Chronological, then alphabetical

    • Box 29
      Folder 5
      Campaign for Attorney General, 1897, A-F.
    • Box 29
      Folder 6
      Campaign for Attorney General, 1897, G-M.
    • Box 29
      Folder 7
      Campaign for Attorney General, 1897, P-W.
    • Box 29
      Folder 8
      Attorney General, 1899-1902, A-F.
    • Box 29
      Folder 9
      Attorney General, 1899-1902, G-M.
    • Box 29
      Folder 10
      Attorney General, 1899-1902, O-Y.
  • Boxes 29-39
    D: Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900-1901.
    11 boxes
    • Box 29
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, A.
    • Box 29
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, B.
    • Box 29
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, C.
    • Box 29
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, D-E-F.
    • Box 29
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, G.
    • Box 29
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, H.
    • Box 30
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, J-K.
    • Box 30
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, L.
    • Box 30
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, M.
    • Box 30
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, N-O.
    • Box 30
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, P-Q.
    • Box 30
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, R.
    • Box 30
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, S.
    • Box 30
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, T.
    • Box 30
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1900, V-W.
    • Box 30
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, A.
    • Box 30
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, B.
    • Box 30
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, C.
    • Box 30
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, D-E-F.
    • Box 30
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, G-H.
    • Box 30
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, J-K-L.
    • Box 30
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, M.
    • Box 30
      Folder 17
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, N-O-P.
    • Box 30
      Folder 18
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, R-S.
    • Box 30
      Folder 19
      Gubernatorial Campaign, January 1901, T-V-W-Y.
    • Box 31
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, A-B.
    • Box 31
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, C-D.
    • Box 31
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, E-F-G.
    • Box 31
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, H-J-K.
    • Box 31
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, L.
    • Box 31
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, M.
    • Box 31
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, N-P-R.
    • Box 31
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, S-T.
    • Box 31
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, February 1901, .
    • Box 31
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, A.
    • Box 31
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, B.
    • Box 31
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, C.
    • Box 31
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, D-E.
    • Box 31
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, F.
    • Box 31
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, G-H.
    • Box 31
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, J.
    • Box 31
      Folder 17
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, K-L.
    • Box 32
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, M.
    • Box 32
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, N-O-P-Q.
    • Box 32
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, R.
    • Box 32
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, S.
    • Box 32
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, T-U-V.
    • Box 32
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, March 1901, W-Y.
    • Box 32
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, A.
    • Box 32
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, B.
    • Box 32
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, C.
    • Box 32
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, D-E.
    • Box 32
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, F.
    • Box 32
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, G.
    • Box 32
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, H.
    • Box 32
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, I-J-K.
    • Box 32
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, L.
    • Box 32
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, M.
    • Box 32
      Folder 17
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, N-O.
    • Box 33
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, P-Q.
    • Box 33
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, R.
    • Box 33
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, S.
    • Box 33
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, T-U-V.
    • Box 33
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, April 1901, W-Y.
    • Box 33
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, A.
    • Box 33
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, B.
    • Box 33
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, C.
    • Box 33
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, D.
    • Box 33
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, E.
    • Box 33
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, F.
    • Box 33
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, G.
    • Box 33
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, H.
    • Box 33
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, I.
    • Box 33
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, J.
    • Box 34
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, K.
    • Box 34
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, L.
    • Box 34
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, M.
    • Box 34
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, N-O.
    • Box 34
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, P-Q.
    • Box 34
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, R.
    • Box 34
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, Sa-Sl.
    • Box 34
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, Sm-Sy.
    • Box 34
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, T-U-V.
    • Box 34
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, May 1901, W-Y.
    • Box 34
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, A.
    • Box 34
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, B.
    • Box 34
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, C.
    • Box 35
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, D.
    • Box 35
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, E.
    • Box 35
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, F.
    • Box 35
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, G.
    • Box 35
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, H.
    • Box 35
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, I-J.
    • Box 35
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, K.
    • Box 35
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, L.
    • Box 35
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, M.
    • Box 35
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, N-O.
    • Box 35
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, P.
    • Box 35
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, Q-R.
    • Box 35
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, S.
    • Box 35
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, T-V.
    • Box 35
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, June 1901, W-Y.
    • Box 35
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, July 1901, A-B-C.
    • Box 36
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, July 1901, D-E-F.
    • Box 36
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, July 1901, G-H-J-L.
    • Box 36
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, July 1901, M-N-P.
    • Box 36
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, July 1901, R-S-T-W-Y.
    • Box 36
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, A.
    • Box 36
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, B.
    • Box 36
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, C-D-E-F.
    • Box 36
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, G-H.
    • Box 36
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, I-J-K-L.
    • Box 36
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, M-N-O.
    • Box 36
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, P-R-S.
    • Box 36
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, August 1901, V-W-Y.
    • Box 36
      Folder 13
      Gubernatorial Campaign, September 1901, A-B-C-D.
    • Box 36
      Folder 14
      Gubernatorial Campaign, September 1901, E-F-G-H.
    • Box 36
      Folder 15
      Gubernatorial Campaign, September 1901, J-K-L.
    • Box 36
      Folder 16
      Gubernatorial Campaign, September 1901, M-N-P-Q.
    • Box 36
      Folder 17
      Gubernatorial Campaign, September 1901, R-S-T-W.
    • Box 36
      Folder 18
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, A-B-C.
    • Box 36
      Folder 19
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, D-E-F-G.
    • Box 37
      Folder 1
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, H-J-K-L.
    • Box 37
      Folder 2
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, M-N-O-P.
    • Box 37
      Folder 3
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, R-S-T-W.
    • Box 37
      Folder 4
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, A-B-C.
    • Box 37
      Folder 5
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, D-E-F-G.
    • Box 37
      Folder 6
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, H-I-J.
    • Box 37
      Folder 7
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, K-L-M.
    • Box 37
      Folder 8
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, N-O-P-Q.
    • Box 37
      Folder 9
      Gubernatorial Campaign, November 1901, R-S-T.
    • Box 37
      Folder 10
      Gubernatorial Campaign, October 1901, V-W-Y.
    • Box 37
      Folder 11
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1901, Lists.
    • Box 37
      Folder 12
      Gubernatorial Campaign, 1901, Miscellaneous notes, lists, etc.
  • Box 37-38
    E: Board of Education, 1900-1901.
    2 boxes

    Chronological, then alphabetical

    • Box 37
      Folder 13
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, A-B-C.
    • Box 37
      Folder 14
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, D-E-F-G.
    • Box 37
      Folder 15
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, H.
    • Box 37
      Folder 16
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, I-J-K-L.
    • Box 37
      Folder 17
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, M-N-P.
    • Box 37
      Folder 18
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, R-S-T.
    • Box 37
      Folder 19
      Board of Education, August 1900-March 1901, V-W-Y.
    • Box 38
      Folder 1
      Board of Education, April 1901, A.
    • Box 38
      Folder 2
      Board of Education, April 1901, B.
    • Box 38
      Folder 3
      Board of Education, April 1901, C-D.
    • Box 38
      Folder 4
      Board of Education, April 1901, E-F-G.
    • Box 38
      Folder 5
      Board of Education, April 1901, H-I-J.
    • Box 38
      Folder 6
      Board of Education, April 1901, L.
    • Box 38
      Folder 7
      Board of Education, April 1901, M-N.
    • Box 38
      Folder 8
      Board of Education, April 1901, P-Q-R.
    • Box 38
      Folder 9
      Board of Education, April 1901, S.
    • Box 38
      Folder 10
      Board of Education, April 1901, T-W.
    • Box 38
      Folder 11
      Board of Education, May-October 1901, B-C-D-E.
    • Box 38
      Folder 12
      Board of Education, May-October 1901, F-G-H.
    • Box 38
      Folder 13
      Board of Education, May-October 1901, J-K-L.
    • Box 38
      Folder 14
      Board of Education, May-October 1901, M-N-O-P.
    • Box 38
      Folder 15
      Board of Education, May-October 1901, R-S-T-W.
III: Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936.
Boxes: 38-40
Extent: 3 boxes.

Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, concerns claims based on military service in various wars and consisting of papers sent to Montague as a Congressman for veterans, widows, and family members.

Alphabetical

  • Box 38
    Folder 16
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, B.
  • Box 38
    Folder 17
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, D, F.
  • Box 39
    Folder 1
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, H.
  • Box 39
    Folder 2
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, K, L.
  • Box 39
    Folder 3
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, M.
  • Box 39
    Folder 4
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Ta.
  • Box 39
    Folder 5
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Te-Th.
  • Box 39
    Folder 6
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, To-Ty.
  • Box 39
    Folder 7
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, U-V.
  • Box 39
    Folder 8
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Wa.
  • Box 39
    Folder 9
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, We.
  • Box 40
    Folder 1
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Wh.
  • Box 40
    Folder 2
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Wi.
  • Box 40
    Folder 3
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Wo.
  • Box 40
    Folder 4
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Wr-Wy.
  • Box 40
    Folder 5
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Y.
  • Box 40
    Folder 6
    Veterans' Claims, 1918-1936, Z.
IV: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1926-1935.
Boxes: 40-41
Extent: 2 boxes.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1926-1935, contains correspondence, reports, and other materials concerning the endowment and its organization and operation.

Chronological

  • Box 40
    Folder 7
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1926-1927.
  • Box 40
    Folder 8
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1928.
  • Box 40
    Folder 9
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January-March 1929.
  • Box 40
    Folder 10
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, April 1929.
  • Box 41
    Folder 1
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, May-December 1929.
  • Box 41
    Folder 2
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1930.
  • Box 41
    Folder 3
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1935.
V: Applications and Recommendations, 1934-1936.
Boxes: 41-42
Extent: 2 boxes.

V: Applications and Recommendations, 1934-1936, contains corresopndence between Montague and constituents hoping to find work in the federal government. Also includes correspondence with government officials concerning job-seekers.

Alphabetical, then chronological

  • Box 41
    Folder 4
    Applications and Recommendations, C, 1936.
  • Box 41
    Folder 5
    Applications and Recommendations, K, 1934.
  • Box 41
    Folder 6
    Applications and Recommendations, K, 1935.
  • Box 41
    Folder 7
    Applications and Recommendations, L, 1935.
  • Box 41
    Folder 8
    Applications and Recommendations, Ma-Me, 1935.
  • Box 41
    Folder 9
    Applications and Recommendations, Mi-Mu, 1935.
  • Box 42
    Folder 1
    Applications and Recommendations, Ma, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 2
    Applications and Recommendations, Me-My, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 3
    Applications and Recommendations, N, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 4
    Applications and Recommendations, O, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 5
    Applications and Recommendations, Pa-Pe, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 6
    Applications and Recommendations, Ph-Py, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 7
    Applications and Recommendations, Q, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 8
    Applications and Recommendations, R, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 9
    Applications and Recommendations, T, 1936.
  • Box 42
    Folder 10
    Applications and Recommendations, multiple, 1936.
VI: Speeches, 1892-1925.
Boxes: 43
Extent: 1 box.

Speeches, 1892-1925, of Montague including political speeches and speeches to organizations. Includes his speech given when nominated for governor of Virginia and his inaugural address. Includes several speeches concerning the South.

Chronological

  • Box 43
    Folder 1
    Address of A. J. Montague, Esq., Delivered before the Literary Societies of William and Mary College, On 29th June 1892 (2 copies).
  • Box 43
    Folder 2
    Acceptance speech for the gubernatorial nomination, 14 August 1901, Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 3
    Speech of Honorable A. J. Montague, 4 June 1901, Old Market Hall, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 4
    Inaugural address [typescript], 1 January 1902, Constitutional Convention, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 5
    Inaugural address [printed], 1 January 1902, Constitutional Convention, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 6
    Speech at the Good Roads Convention, 4 April 1902, Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 7
    Speech at the Jefferson Memorial Dinner, 19 April 1903, Washington D.C.
  • Box 43
    Folder 8
    Welcoming address [abstract] to the Southern Education Conference, 23 April 1903, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 9
    "The South should not be viewed...", 4 January 1904, New York, New York.
  • Box 43
    Folder 10
    Speech at the Academy of Music, 5 November 1904, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 11
    Notes for a campaign speech, [1905].
  • Box 43
    Folder 12
    Speech, Senatorial Campaign, 1905.
  • Box 43
    Folder 13
    "The South Today,"8 March 1907, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • Box 43
    Folder 14
    Response to the toast "The Future of American Republics,"23 August 1907, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Box 43
    Folder 15
    Toast response "The South, ", ca. 1907, St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Box 43
    Folder 16
    Speech at Goshen Bryan Club Celebration, 15 October 1908, Goshen, Virginia.
  • Box 43
    Folder 17
    "The South and the Nation,"1909, University of Chicago.
  • Box 43
    Folder 18
    "The Monroe Doctrine,"7 July 1915, Indiana State Bar Association, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Box 43
    Folder 19
    Speech on President Woodrow Wilson and the peace conference, 14 January 1919, House of Representatives.
  • Box 43
    Folder 20
    "Lexington,"19 April 1925, Lexington, Massachusetts.
  • Box 43
    Folder 21
    Speech on Virginia's public schools to the Co-operative Education Association, ca. 1925.
  • Box 43
    Folder 22
    "The political aspirations of men...,"no date.
  • Box 43
    Folder 23
    Speeches and papers, no date.
VII: Financial Records, 1890-1938.
Boxes: 43-44
Extent: 2 boxes.

Financial Records, 1889-1938, consisting of bills, receipts, check books, bank statements, stock certificates, and other financial records. Also includes business records, stock certificates, and insurance papers of Joseph W. Blanton.

  • Box 43
    Folder 24
    Bills and receipts, 1890-1897.
  • Box 43
    Folder 25
    Bills and receipts, 1901-1911.
  • Box 43
    Folder 26
    Bills and receipts, 1914-1930.
  • Box 43
    Folder 27
    Bills and receipts, 1930-1938.
  • Box 43
    Folder 28
    Bills and receipts, no date.
  • Box 44
    Folder 1
    Central National Bank check books and statements.
  • Box 44
    Folder 2
    District National Bank check books and statements, 1923-1933.
  • Box 44
    Folder 3
    [State] Planters National Bank checks and statements, 1934-1935.
  • Box 44
    Folder 4
    Riggs National Bank checks and statements, 1928-1933.
  • Box 44
    Folder 5
    Riggs National Bank check book and slips, 1930-1933.
  • Box 44
    Folder 6
    Southern Trust and Commerce Bank statements, 1920.
  • Box 44
    Folder 7
    West End Bank checks and slips, 1924-1930.
  • Box 44
    Folder 8
    Bank records (miscellaneous), 1894-1898.
  • Box 44
    Folder 9
    Check books (miscellaneous), 1902-1935.
  • Box 44
    Folder 10
    Stock certificates and papers, 1889-1933.
  • Box 44
    Folder 11
    Joseph W. Blanton business records, 1890-1906.
  • Box 44
    Folder 12
    Joseph W. Blanton stock certificates, 1890-1907.
  • Box 44
    Folder 13
    Joseph W. Blanton insurance policies, 1897-1908.
VIII: Miscellany.
Boxes: 44
Extent: 1 box.

Miscellany contains campaign buttons and ephemera, certificates, genealogy notes, notes, passports, political papers, professorial papers, recipes, ribbons, schedules, voter lists, and other papers and items.

  • Box 45
    Folder 1
    Notes and schedules.
  • Box 45
    Folder 2
    Pittsylvania County, Virginia, voter lists, 1890.
  • Box 45
    Folder 3
    Membership certificate for A. J. Montague from the ACCA Temple-Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Richmond, Virginia.
  • Box 45
    Folder 4
    Montague for Governor ribbon, 1901.
  • Box 45
    Folder 5
    Campaign button, 1901.
  • Box 45
    Folder 6
    Statement to the Senate of Virginia by J. K. Fulton regarding appointment as superintendant of instruction for Grayson County.
  • Box 45
    Folder 7
    Special passport to A. J. Montague as U.S. Delegate to the 3rd International Conference of American States, 9 June 1906.
  • Box 45
    Folder 8
    Law notes, grade reports, speech notes, itinerary, and diary--Richmond, Virginia; Brussels, Belgium; and the S. S. Deutschland, 1907-1909.
  • Box 45
    Folder 9
    Senior law class of Richmond, College, honoring A. J. Montague, 20 May 1908.
  • Box 45
    Folder 10
    Muslin banners, 24 1/2" x 36", "Montague for Congress,"1912.
  • Box 45
    Folder 11
    Recipes, 1913-1916.
  • Box 45
    Folder 12
    Wrapper, McClellan Dineer--out of town reports--Speech of Gov Montague.
  • Box 45
    Folder 13
    Gold painted wrought iron spike.
  • Box 45
    Folder 14
    Gummed labels--"A. J. Montague."
  • Box 45
    Folder 15
    Banner-red, white center, two blue stars.
  • Box 45
    Folder 16
    Service certificate for R. L. Montague, U.S. Marine Corps, 21 May 1917-2 September 1919.
  • Box 45
    Folder 17
    Black leather pouch--printed: "Danmarks Rigsdag Christiansburg 1920."
  • Box 45
    Folder 18
    "Genealogy of Military and Civic Achievement" certificate issued to Mrs. Mary Allen Montague, 1 May 1922, Washington D.C.
  • Box 45
    Folder 19
    Honorary doctorate of laws to A. J. Montague from the University of Pennsylvania, 22 February 1923.
  • Box 45
    Folder 20
    Biographical and genealogical sketches.
  • Box 45
    Folder 21
    Claim of C. J. Campbell for an attorney's fee, endorsed by H. D. Flood, Claude Swanson, and Thomas Staples Martin.
  • Box 45
    Folder 22
    Notes and transcripts on French Spoliation Claims.
  • Box 45
    Folder 23
    "Mr. Hull's draft on Paris pact."
  • Box 45
    Folder 24
    Notes.
  • Box 45
    Folder 25
    Red and blue silk ribbons.
IX: Photographs.
Boxes: 46-47
Extent: 2 boxes.

Pictures contain postcards, reproductions of paintings, and photographs of Montague, family members, and others.

  • Box 46
    Folder 1
    Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey).
  • Box 46
    Folder 2
    Budapest, Hungary, postcards, 1915.
  • Box 46
    Folder 3
    "Berlin in Original Photographien," Berlin, Germany.
  • Box 46
    Folder 4
    "København Og Omegn," a picture album of Copenhaven, Denmark.
  • Box 46
    Folder 5
    Prague, Czechoslovakia, photoprints.
  • Box 46
    Folder 6
    Postcards of scenes in Paris, France, 1929.
  • Box 46
    Folder 7
    Page pamphlets on "Bucharest Notes HistoriquesEt Estampes de Georges Olszewski," Bucharest, Romania, 1929.
  • Box 46
    Folder 8
    Bucuresti, Bucharest, Romania, picture album.
  • Box 46
    Folder 9
    Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland, postcards, [1930].
  • Box 46
    Folder 10
    Cartoon of the the 27th Conference of the Interparliamentary Union, 1931.
  • Box 46
    Folder 11
    Postcards of Athens, Greece.
  • Box 46
    Folder 12
    "Panorama de la bataile de l'yser," [Panorama of the battle of Ypres], Brussels, Belgium.
  • Box 46
    Folder 13
    Bucharest, Romania, postcards.
  • Box 46
    Folder 14
    "Köln a. Rhein," [Cologne, Germany, on the Rhine].
  • Box 46
    Folder 15
    Cathedral at Cologne, Germany, print and postcards.
  • Box 46
    Folder 16
    Postcards of views of the Rhine, Cologne, Germany.
  • Box 46
    Folder 17
    Postcards of Constantinople [Istanbul, Turkey] .
  • Box 46
    Folder 18
    Postcards of Geneva, Switzerland .
  • Box 46
    Folder 19
    Postcards of London, England .
  • Box 46
    Folder 20
    Postcards of the Restaurant Turquoise .
  • Box 46
    Folder 21
    Prints of Stockholm, Sweden .
  • Box 46
    Folder 22
    Photograph of sculptured classical figures .
  • Box 46
    Folder 23
    Postcards and stickers of Venice, Italy .
  • Box 46
    Folder 24
    Print of Monterey Peninsula, California .
  • Box 46
    Folder 25
    Postcards of Michigan .
  • Box 46
    Folder 26
    Postcards of Kinsale, Virginia .
  • Box 46
    Folder 27
    Postcards of the Lee family of Virginia .
  • Box 46
    Folder 28
    Print of Mount Vernon [Fairfax County, Virginia] .
  • Box 46
    Folder 29
    Print of the Sir Christopher Wren building at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia .
  • Box 46
    Folder 30
    Print of the Thomas Nelson House, Yorktown, Virginia .
  • Box 46
    Folder 31
    Print of the Lincoln Memorial .
  • Box 46
    Folder 32
    Prints of classical figures .
  • Box 46
    Folder 33
    Prints of unknown individuals .
  • Box 46
    Folder 34
    Reproductions of paintings of Madonna and Child by Holbein, Ruebens, Van Dyke, adn Aldorffer .
  • Box 46
    Folder 35
    Photograph of Charles Chandler, 1911.
  • Box 46
    Folder 36
    Photograph of Herbert Hoover, wife, and others .
  • Box 46
    Folder 37
    Photograph of Herbert Hoover and group of Army and Navy officers .
  • Box 46
    Folder 38
    Photograph of Willina[?] McCaskie, 1917.
  • Box 46
    Folder 39
    Photograph of Allen Fairfax Montague, ca. 1918.
  • Box 46
    Folder 40
    Photograph of A. J. Montague and unidentified group .
  • Box 46
    Folder 41
    Photographs from the Pan-American Conference in Brazil, 1906.
  • Box 46
    Folder 42
    Family gathering[?] at Maplewood Farm, 1912.
  • Box 46
    Folder 43
    Photograph of the Interparliamentary Union[?], [1921?].
  • Box 46
    Folder 44
    Photograph of the Interparliamentary Union, Geneva, Switzerland, 1922.
  • Box 46
    Folder 45
    Photograph of the Interparliamentary Union, Paris, France, 1927.
  • Box 46
    Folder 46
    Photograph of the Interparliamentary Union, Berlin, Germany, 1928.
  • Box 46
    Folder 47
    Photographs of the Interparliamentary Union, Bucharest, Romania, 1931.
  • Box 46
    Folder 48
    Photographs of Andrew Jackson Montague .
  • Box 46
    Folder 49
    Photographs of A. J. Montague and grandchildren.
  • Box 47
    Folder 1
    Photo-engraving plate of Andrew Jackson Montague.
  • Box 47
    Folder 2
    Photographs of A. J. Montague in Europe .
  • Box 47
    Folder 3
    Photograph of A. J. and Elizabeth "Bessie" Montague .
  • Box 47
    Folder 4
    Photographs of A. J. Montague .
  • Box 47
    Folder 5
    Photographs of Mrs. Elizabeth "Bessie" Montague .
  • Box 47
    Folder 6
    Photograph of Edgar Burwell Montague, ca. 1918.
  • Box 47
    Folder 7
    Photograph of John Tyler Montague, ca. 1918.
  • Box 47
    Folder 8
    Photograph of Louis Latané Montague, 1918.
  • Box 47
    Folder 9
    Photographs of Robert Latané Montague, ca. 1917-1930.
  • Box 47
    Folder 10
    Photograph of Lieutenant Erik Nelson and Lieutenant John Harding during 1st round the world flight, 16 April-28 September 1924.
  • Box 47
    Folder 11
    Photograph of Ella Schildkraut, 1931.
  • Box 47
    Folder 12
    Photograph of Adele C. Scott, 1920.
  • Box 47
    Folder 13
    Photograph of Governor Henry C. Stuart with unidentified group in Washington D.C., ca. 1916.
  • Box 47
    Folder 14
    Photographs of the Home for Needy Confederate Women .
  • Box 47
    Folder 15
    Photograph of the Robert E. Lee Monument, Richmond, Virginia .
  • Box 47
    Folder 16
    Photograph of unidentified house .
  • Box 47
    Folder 17
    Photographs of unidentied individuals .
  • Box 47
    Folder 18
    Print of the Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia .
  • Box 47
    Folder 19
    Photograph of the George Washington statue in the Virginia State Capitol .
  • Box 47
    Folder 20
    Photograph of banquet, Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform, Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C., 12 April 1932.
X: Printed Materials, 1842-1937.
Boxes: 48-61
Extent: 14.

Printed Materials, 1842-1937, contain published pamphlets and articles concerning a wide range of topics, including Virginia politics and history; American politics and history; prominent Virginians and Americans; education; genealogy, and other topics.

Chronological

  • Box 48
    Folder 1
    An Address Delivered Before the Society of the Alumni of William and Mary College, upon the 5th of July, 1842 by Beverly Tucker, 1842.
  • Box 48
    Folder 2
    A Discourse on the Death of General Washington, Late President of the United States: Delivered on the 22nd of February, 1800, in the Church in Williamsburg by James Madison, 1844, fourth edition.
  • Box 48
    Folder 3
    Conscience and the Constitution with Remarks on the Recent Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster on the Subject of Slavery by M. Stuart, 1850.
  • Box 48
    Folder 4
    Address Delivered before the Literary Societies of the University of Virginia, on the 28th June, 1855 by M. F. Maury, 1855.
  • Box 48
    Folder 5
    The New Constitution of Virginia with the amended Bil of Rights as adopted by the Reform Convention of 1850-'51, 1859.
  • Box 48
    Folder 6
    Discourse on the Life and Character of George Peabody by Severn Teackle Wallis, 1870.
  • Box 48
    Folder 7
    Address Delivered before the Society of the Alumni of the Virginia Military Institute, July 4th 1871 by John M. Patton, 1873.
  • Box 48
    Folder 8
    Constitution of the State of Virginia, 1874.
  • Box 48
    Folder 9
    Virginia: A Geographical and Political Summary, Board of Immigration, 1876.
  • Box 48
    Folder 10
    Lawyers' Combined Note adn Memorandum Book, and Manual of the Principles of Law and Equity prepared by Edward C. Carrington, Campbell Carrington, and Irving Williamson, 1876.
  • Box 48
    Folder 11
    Richmond College Messenger, volume 6, number 9, 1881.
  • Box 48
    Folder 12
    Richmond College Messenger, volume 7, number 2 (2 copies), 1881.
  • Box 48
    Folder 13
    Charter of the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad Company, and other Acts in Relation to Said Company, 1881.
  • Box 48
    Folder 14
    Richmond College Messenger, volume 7, number 4, 1882.
  • Box 48
    Folder 15
    Richmond College Messenger, volume 8, number 2, 1882.
  • Box 48
    Folder 16
    Richmond College Messenger, volume 8, number 6, 1882.
  • Box 48
    Folder 17
    Early Years of the University of Virginia: Address of H. Tutwiler, A.M., LL.D., of Alabama, before the Alumni Society of the University of Virginia, Thursday , June 29th, 1882, 1882.
  • Box 48
    Folder 18
    MacMillan's Magazine, number 329, March 1887.
  • Box 48
    Folder 19
    The Charter, Organization, and By-laws of the Merchants Bank of Danville, Va., 1888.
  • Box 48
    Folder 20
    Report on the Public Debt of Virginia to the Senate by Bradley T. Johnson, 1889.
  • Box 48
    Folder 21
    Robert Edward Lee. An Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Monument to General Robert Edward Lee at Richmond, Virginia, May 29, 1890 by Archer Anderson, 1890.
  • Box 48
    Folder 22
    "An Engineering Problem at Richmond, Va."" by W. H. Adams, 1890.
  • Box 48
    Folder 23
    "Montague & Massie, Attorneys-at-law," business card, ca. 1890-1896.
  • Box 48
    Folder 24
    "Discharge witness" slips with Montague's stamped signature, ca. 1890s.
  • Box 48
    Folder 25
    "Souvenir of the Unveiling of the Monument to Mary, the Mother of Washington. Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 10, 1894," (2 copies), 1894.
  • Box 48
    Folder 26
    "Address to the Republicans of the Sixth District of Virginia. How J. Hampton Hoge was not Nominated," by C. A. Heermans, 1894.
  • Box 48
    Folder 27
    "Speech of Hon. John G. Carlisle, at Memphis, Tenn.,"1895.
  • Box 48
    Folder 28
    "What the South Is Doing for Education and What Education Is Doing for the South" by W. T. Harris, 1895.
  • Box 48
    Folder 29
    "The Public Debt. Extract from Virginia Annual Reports, 1894,"[1895].
  • Box 48
    Folder 30
    "Statement of the Attorney-General concerning the Right of the President to Enforce Federal Authority in all Parts of the Union and Mr. Bryan's Position with Relation Thereto,"1896.
  • Box 48
    Folder 31
    "Inaugural Address of His Excellency J. Hoge Tyler before the General Assembly of Virginia,"1 January 1898.
  • Box 48
    Folder 32
    Congressional Record, Fifty-Fifth Congress, Second Session, 1898.
  • Box 48
    Folder 33
    "The Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia,"1898.
  • Box 49
    Folder 1
    "Wall Street Promoters," by J. M. Mason, 1899.
  • Box 49
    Folder 2
    Improvement of James River, Virginia. Its Value to Commerce and Necessity as a Work of Both National and Local Importance, by Joint Committee representing the City Council of Richmond and the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, (2 copies), 1899.
  • Box 49
    Folder 3
    "The Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia," (2 copies) 1899.
  • Box 49
    Folder 4
    "Virginia Democratic State Organization Adopted at the State Convention at Norfolk, Virginia," (3 copies) 3 May 1900.
  • Box 49
    Folder 5
    The Development of the District of Columbia by Henry B. F. Macfarland 1900.
  • Box 49
    Folder 6
    "First Annual Report of the Virginia State Legislative Board"1900.
  • Box 49
    Folder 7
    The Preservation of the Past. An Address Delivered before the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities by Charles W. Kent, 14 March 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 8
    "Hon. Claude A. Swanson: A Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for Governor of Virginia at the Convention to be Held at Norfolk, Virginia,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 9
    "Republican Platform Adopted at Roanoke, Va.,"August 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 10
    "Democratic Platform Adopted at Norfolk," (2 copies) August 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 11
    "Hon. Carter Glass's Speech Delivered before the Constitutional Convention," (3 copies) 5 September 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 12
    "Minority Report of J. C. Wysor, One of the Committee on Elective Franchise, Qualification for Office, etc.,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 13
    "Virginia Democratic State Organization. Adopted at the State Convention at Norfolk, Virginia, May 3, 1900,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 14
    Bulletins of the University of Virginia, volume 1, number 4 (new series), October 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 15
    Suffrage Clauses of the Constitutions of the States of the American Union, together with the Provisions Respecting Suffrage Contained in the Constitution of the United States, and the Acts of Congress for the Government of the Territories or Districts of the United States, 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 16
    "Report of the Committee on the Elective Franchise, Qualification for Office, Basis of Representation and Apportionment, and on Elections,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 17
    "Report of a Minority of the Committee on the Elective Franchise, Qualification for Office, Basis of Representation and Apportionment, and on Elections,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 18
    "White Men!!! Read and Consider--Then Vote,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 19
    "The Platforms of 1901. Examine, Compare, adn Make Your Choice,"1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 20
    "Political Crimes and Their Consequences," by Algernon Sidney Crapsey, 1901.
  • Box 49
    Folder 21
    "For the purpose of giving effect to the Resolution adopted by the Convention of the Democratic Party at Norfolk...,"1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 22
    Inaugural Address of Hon. A. J. Montague, Delivered January 1st 1902, before the Constitutional Convention, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 23
    Congressional Record, Fifty-seventh Congress, First Session, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 24
    "Message of the Governor of Virginia to the General Assembly,"20 February 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 25
    "Baccalaureate Address before the University of Georgia," by Edward M. Shepard (3 copies), 18 June 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 26
    Bulletins of the University of Virginia, volume 2, number 3 (new series), July 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 27
    Atlantic Educational Journal, September 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 28
    "Speech Delivered by Edward M. Shepard before the Jeffersonian Association of St. Louis, Mo.," (6 copies), 10 October 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 29
    University of Virginia Magazine, volume 46, number 1, November 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 30
    Forefathers' Day: New England Society fo Pennsylvania, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 31
    Regulations for the Uniform of the United States Army, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 32
    Facts About the South by Richard H. Edmonds, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 33
    Part First of Virginia School Report. For Years 1899-1900 and 1900-1901, 1902.
  • Box 49
    Folder 34
    The Constitution of the State of Virginia, Adopted by the Convention of 1901-2, 1902.
  • Box 50
    Folder 1
    "Southern Education Notes," series I, number 23, 10 January 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 2
    "Jefferson Davis," address by William Hepburn Russell, 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 3
    Hello Bill, volume 5, number 1, January 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 4
    "General Orders number 25, Headquarters of the Army,"10 March 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 5
    "General Orders number 29, Headquarters of the Army,"12 March 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 6
    "Modern Power of World Public Opinion" address by Edward M. Shepard at Tulane University, 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 7
    The Outlook, volume 73, number 11, 14 March 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 8
    "General Orders number 36, Headquareters of the Army"21 March 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 9
    "The Educational and Industrial Emancipation of the Negro," by Booker T. Washington, 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 10
    "General Orders number 54, Headquarters of the Army,"10 April 1903.
  • Box 50
    Folder 11
    "General Orders, number 62, Headquarters of the Army,"28 April 1903.
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    Southern Education, volume 1, numbers 8 and 9, 7 May 1903.
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    "General Orders, number 70, Headquarters of the Army,"13 May 1903.
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    "General Orders, number 94, Headquarters of the Army,"26 June 1903.
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    Alkahest Magazine, 7th year, number 10, July 1903.
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    "General Orders, number 37, War Department,"16 October 1903.
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    Bulletins of the University of Virginia, volume 3, number 4 (new series), October 1903.
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    "Remarks of Hon. Francis G. Newlands, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States,"1903.
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    "The Problem in the South" by Charles W. Dabney, 1903.
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    "Circular Number 2--Corporations. Methods adn Costs of Obtaining Charters in Virginia," Commonwealth of Virginia, State Corporation Commission, 1903.
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    "The United States a Commerical World Power Address Delivered at the Annual Banquet of the Chamber of Commerce of Rochester, N.Y." by Charles R. Flint, 1904.
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    "The Work and Influence of Hampton: Proceedings of a Meeting held in New York City,"1904.
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    Card for the launching of the battleship Virginia, 5 April 1904.
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    Envelope addressed to Governor Montague from W. H. Buckler, 1904.
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    Democratic National Convention Delegate's Ticket, 6 July 1904.
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    The Outlook, volume 78, number 7, 15 October 1904.
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    The Outlook, volume 78, number 11, 12 November 1904.
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    Tearsheet endorsement of Hayner Whiskey by Senator Thomas S. Martin from The Wide World, December 1904.
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    The Republican Party: "A Party fit to govern", by John Hay and Elihu Root, 1904.
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    The Second American Conference on International Arbitration Held in Washington, D.C., 1904.
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    "Democracy's Leaders. Alton Brooks Parker,"1904.
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    "A Trip to Tariffland in Mrs. Workman's Clothes Press,"1904.
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    Congressional Record, Fifty-Eighth Congress, Third Session, 1905.
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    "Co-Operative Legislative Board of Railroad Employees of Virginia,"1905.
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    Congressional Record, "Speech of Hon. Thos. S. Martin, of Virginia in the Senate of the United States,"17 February 1905.
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    "Resolution number 294 in the Senate of the United States,"28 February 1905.
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    Tearsheet endorsement of Hayner Whiskey by Senator Thomas S. Martin from Ainslee's Advertiser, February 1905.
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    Printed letter, from C. V. Meredith, Richmond, Virginia, to W. I. Steele, Charlottesville, Virginia--campaign literature (2 copies), 12 May 1905.
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    "A Fable of the Martin and the Woodpecker" and "A Fable of the Eagle, the Martin, and the Woodpecker," (6 copies), 25 May 1905.
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    The John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College, volume II, number 1, June 1905.
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    "Plan of Legalized Democratic Primary,"1905.
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    "Resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce. Report of its Committee on Inland Trade and of Outward Trade Acting Jointly and a Communication to the News-Leader Relating to the Purchase of the Richmodn Dock by the City of Richmond,"1905.
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    "The Christ of the Andes: the Story of the Erection of the Great Peace Monument on the Andean Boundary Between Chile and Argentina,"1905.
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    "Public School Officials of Virginia,"1905.
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    "In 1882 a Republican Board of Education adopted...,"[1905].
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    "Fire Alarms" issued by S. t. Pulliam and Company, [1905].
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    "What Kind of Language Study Aids in teh Mastery of Natural Science?" by W. T. Harris (2 copies), 1906.
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    The Messenger, volume XXXII, number 5, February 2006.
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    "Colombia: A Land of Great Possibilities" by John Barrett, 1906.
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    "Program: Twenty-second Annual Meeting of the West Virginia Bar Association, Thursday and Friday December 27th and 28th, 1906," (2 copies) 1906.
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    Regulation of Railroad Rages: Speech of Hon. Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas, in the Senate of the United States, 1906.
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    Addresses, Messages and Proclamations of Andrew Jackson Montague, Governor of Virginia, 1902-1906, (2 copies) 1906.
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    Addresses, Messages and Proclamations of Andrew Jackson Montague, Governor of Virginia, 1902-'06, 1906.
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    Speeches Incident to the Visit of Secretary Root to South America July 4 to September 30 19061906.
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    American Constitutions: A Compilation of the Political Constitutions of the Independent Nations of the New World by José Ignacio Rodriguez, 1906.
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    "Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust Corporation," notebook, 1906.
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    "Jamestown, Virginia," (2 copies) .
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    "U.S. Delegation Pan-Am. Conference," tag (2 tags), 1906.
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    "Pan American Conference U.S. Delegation," sheets (6 copies), 1906.
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    Ticket to a University Club dinner in honor of A. J. Montague, 15 December 1906.
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    Flyer advertising a talk, "A Community Worth Living In," by A. J. Montague at the Academy of Music, 1907.
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    "The Outlook for the South" by Harry Wise, from The Tradesman, 15 June 1907.
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    Report of the Delegates of the United States to the Third International American Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July-August 1906, 1907.
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    "Law class Schedule, 1907-8 Richmond College Law School,"1907.
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    "A Railroad Defense of the Roosevelt Policies," in The Literary Digest, volume XXXVI, number 1, 4 January 1908.
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    "Topics of the Day: Mr. Taft's Boston Speech," in The Literary Digest, volume XXXVI, number 2, 11 January 1908.
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    "The Sociology of Political Parties" by Lester F. Ward in American Journal of Sociology, volume XIII, number 4, January 1908.
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    By-laws of ACCA Temple A.A.O.N.M.S., 1908.
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    The John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College, volume II, numbers 3 and 4, June 1908.
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    "If our protective system..." by Clyde H. Tavenner, 1908.
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    Envelope from the Law Offices of Montague and Montague, 1908.
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    "List of Cabin Passengers [on the] Twin-Screw Express S.S.Deutschland, Captain C. Kaempff,"1909.
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    "List of Saloon Passengers, R.M.S. Mauretania, from Liverpool, Saturday, October 23rd, 1909, for New York, via Queenstown,"1909.
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    "Address of Mr. A. J. Montague, of Richmond, Va.," reprinted from The Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, 1909.
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    "Table of Foreign Moneys showing Approximate Value in Dollars,"1910.
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    "The South and the Nation," by Andrew Jackson Montague, reprinted from The University of Chicago Magazine, volume II, number 3 (7 copies), January 1910.
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    "How Far the United States Supreme Court May Be Taken as a Model for an International Court of Arbitral Justice" by A. J. Montague, read before the Virginia State Bar Association, (2 copies) 1910.
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    "List of First class Passengers [on board the] United States and Royal Mail S.S. Adriatic, from New York to Southampton,"1910.
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    "Co-operation of the States Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey Before the Governors' Conference at Frankfort, Ky.,"29 November 1910.
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    Democratic Campaign Book for 1910 by the National Democratic Congressional Committee, 1910.
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    "Dinner Tendered to Hon. John M. Harlan, Hon. Horace H. Lurton, Hon. Willis Van Devanter, and Hon. Joseph R. Lamar Justices of the United States Supreme Court by the Beta Theta Club of New York,"9 February 1911.
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    "A Statement in Reference to teh Question of Closing the Richmond Dock,"1911.
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    "Democratic Principles: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey before the National League of Democratic Clubs, Indianapolis, Ind."13 April 1911.
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    "The Issues of Reform: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey at the Banquet of the Knife and Fork Club of Kansas City, Mo.," (3 copies), 5 May 1911.
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    "The Bible and Progress: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey in the Auditorium, Denver, Colo.,"7 May 1911.
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    "Responsible Leadership: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey before the Commercial Club of Portland, Oregon,"18 May 1911.
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    "America as Peacemaker" by S. C. Mitchell in The Religious Herald, 18 May 1911.
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    "Commission Government: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey at Seattle, Wash.,"20 May 1911.
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    "Business and Politics: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey before the Publicity Club of Minneapolis, Minn., "24 May 1911.
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    "The New States' Rights: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey before the Commercial Club of Lincoln, Neb.,"26 May 1911.
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    "A More Effective Cabinet: Address of Hon. Andrew J. Montague Delivered at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting [of the Pennsylvania Bar Association],"27 June 1911.
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    "Democracy's Opportunity: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey at the Rally of Democratic Clubs at Harrisburg, Pa.," (2 copies), 15 June 1911.
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    "True Americanism," editorial reprinted from the Philadelphia North American (2 copies), 6 July 1911.
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    "The Lawyer in Politics: Address of Hon. Woodrow Wilson Governor of New Jersey before the Kentucky Bar Association, Lexington, Ky.," (2 copies), 12 July 1911.
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    The Hague Peace System in Operation: Cases Decided by the Permanent Court of Arbitration by James L. Tryon, reprinted from The Yale Law Journal, 1911.
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    "Two Notable Articles About Woodrow Wilson" from the New York World and from the New York Times, 1911.
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    "The Economic Utilization of History: Address by the President of the American Economic Association Henry W. Farnum at the Annual Meeting,"27 December 1911.
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    "General Dam Laws," Sixty-second Congress, first session, 1911.
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    Seventeenth Annual Report of Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1911.
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    "The Thos. S. Martin Letters," (3 copies), [1911].
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    "The People Against the Bosses: A Pamphlet of Newspaper Clippings on the Present Senatorial Campaign, Containing What William Jennings Bryan Says About Senator Thos. S. Martin, and Other Outside Views,"[1911].
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    "The People Against the Bosses: Swanson's Confession Raises a Moral Issue,"[1911].
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    "The Boarbour Thompson Letters Raise a Moral Issue,"[1911].
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    "C. V. Meredith, The News-Leader and Alfred J. Stofer on Thos. S. Martin,"[1911].
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    "Senator Martin's Railroad Connections as Shown by the Barbour Thompson Letters," (2 copies), [1911].
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    Hand Book for Hon. Wiliam [sic] A. Jones and Hon. Carter Glass Addressed to the Democratic Voters in teh Primary of September 7, 1911, [1911].
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    Issued in Behalf of the Candidacy of Senator Claude A. Swanson, [1911].
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    "Woodrow Wilson on Efficiency,"27 January 1912.
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    "Address of Governor Woodrow Wilson to the General Assembly of Virginia and the City Council of Richmond,"1 February 1912.
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    "Report on Alice M. Burrows and Others," Sixyt-second Congress, second session, 1912.
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    "Speech of Hon. Albert B. Cummins, of Iowa, in the Senate of the United States," from the Congressional Record, 1912.
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    "Public Speaking!" broadside announcing A.J. Montague's appearance at Norge, Virginia, 27 July 1912.
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    "Public Speaking!" broadside announcing A. J. Montague's appearance at Toano, Virginia, 27 July 1912.
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    "Former Governor Hon. A. J. Montague Candidate for Congress will Address the Citizens of Tabscott,"9 August 1912.
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    "The Penrose Accusations,""The Passing of Populism," and "Monopoly in Moving Pictures" from The Literary Digest, 31 August 1912.
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    Envelope, headed "House of Representatives U.S.," and addressed to "Ex-Governor Montague,"[1912].
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    The Democratic Text-Book, 1912.
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    Dotation Carnegie Pour La Paix Internationale: Conseil Européentitle>, 1912.
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    "Why Does Not the House Committee act upon the Pepper Bill now pending,...,"[1912].
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    "Mr. and Mrs. Consumer,"[1912].
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    "A Budget Proposal: Speech of Hon. Swager Sherley of Kentucky in the House of Representatives,"28 February 1913.
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    Judicial Settlement of International Disputes No. 11: Legal Problems Capable of Settlement by Arbitration by Charles Cheney Hyde, February 1913.
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    "River and Harbor Act,"4 March 1913.
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    Congressional Record, Sixty-third Congress, special session of the Senate, 5 March 1913.
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    "Speech of Hon. Benjamin Tillman, of South Carolina, Before the Democratic Caucus," from the Congressional Record, Sixty-third Congress, special session of the Senate, 18 March 1913.
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    "Rescuing China from the Cross of Gold," from The Literary Messenger, volume XLVI, number 13, 29 March 1913.
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    "A Bill to provide that the heads of the executive departments may occupy seats on floor of the Senate and the House of Representatives," H.R. 1938, introduced by Montague (5 copies), 7 April 1913.
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    "International Neighborliness: Address of Hon. A. J. Montague, of Virginia, before the Bankers' Association of Canada and the Dominion Government, at Ottowa, Canada" (4 copies), 12 June 1913.
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    "The Proposed Tax on Cotton Contracts" and "Railroad Gross Earnings for June" from The Chronicle, volume XCVII, 12 July 1913.
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    "The Tariff: Speech of Hon. Ollie M. James of Kentucky in the Senate of the United States,"8 September 1913.
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    "Bankning and Currency Bill: Speech of Hon. Robert J. Bulkley of Ohio in the House of Representatives,"12 September 1913.
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    "The Constitutionality of the Currency Bill: Speech of Hon. A. J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (4 copies), 17 September 1913.
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    "The Tariff Bill: Speech of Hon. A. J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (2 copies), 30 September 1913.
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    "The Fundamental Needs of Banking and Currency Reform" by Murray Corrington, reprinted from the Banking Law Journal, November 1913.
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    Map of Central America and the Caribbean Islands, [1913].
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    "Important Roll Calls in the House of Representatives During the 63d Congress, 1st Session April 7 to December 1, 1913" compiled under the direction of Mark Sullivan, 1913.
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    "The Glass-Owen Banking and Currency Law,"[1913].
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    "Andrew Jackson Montague" in The Galaxy, [1913].
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    "Hearings on the Subject of the Improvement of James River, Va." (2 copies), 16 January 1914.
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    "Construction and Maintenance of Rural post Roads: Supplemental Report,"19 January 1914.
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    "A Bill for the Relief of the Legal Representative of the Estate of Henry H. Sibley, Deceased," H.R. 12559 introduced by A. J. Montague, 28 January 1914.
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    "A Bill Authorizing the Secretary of War, in His Discretion, to Deliver to the City of Richmond, Virginia, a Bronze Cannon," H. R. 12747, introduced by A. J. Montague, 31 January 1914.
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    "Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Bill: Report,"24 February 1914.
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    "Panama Canal Tolls: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (2 copies), 30 March 1914.
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    "A Bill to create an Interstate Trade Commission, to define its powers and duties, and for other purposes," H.R. [no number], committee print, March 1914.
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    "A Bill to amend..."an Act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters...," S. [no number], committee print--confidential, March 1914.
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    "A Bill for the relief of the legal representatives of the estate of Henry H. Sibley, deceased," H.R. [no number]. 1914. Bill contains Montague's handwritten changes to Senate bill 1851.
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    "Interstate Trade Commission: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague, of Virginia, in the House of Representatives,"21 May 1914.
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    "Banking and Currency Act: Speech of Hon. John F. Shafroth of Colorado in the Senate of the United States,"27 May 1914.
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    "A Bill to facilitate the use of square numbered six hundred and seventy-three, in the city of Washington, for storage warehouse purposes," H.R. 16904, introduced by A. J. Montague (2 copies), 28 May 1914.
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    "A bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters...," H.R. 16053, Union Calendar No. 270, 1914.
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    "A bill for the relief of W. T. Brogdon," H.R. 17594, introduced by A. J. Montague, 30 June 1914.
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    "Labor Legislation: Address of Hon. David J. Lewis of Maryland in the House of Representatives,"3 September 1914.
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    "On Mount Ararat: Address of John Skelton Williams," in Indianapolis, Indiana, 29 September 1914.
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    "Daily Statement of the United States Treasury at the close of business,"21 October 1914.
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    "Address Delivered by Miss Mildred Lewis Rutherford Historian General United Daughters of the Confederacy: Wrongs of History Righted,"13 November 1914.
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    "Importan Roll-Calls in the United States Senate, Sixty-Third Congress, First Session,"1914.
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    The Interparliamentary Union: Handbook of the American Group, 1914.
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    "Achievements of Eighteen Months of Democracy,""Let the Republican Party Answer These Questions,""Voters of Maine,""Accomplishments of Woodrow Wilson's Administration,""How Congress Has Voted," and "Think This Over, Mr. Voter," campaign cards, 1914.
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    Proceedings of the Virginia Historical Society at Its Annual Meeting Held in the House of the Society, 1915.
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    "The Horse in all Civilizations: Speech of Hon. Isaac R. Sherwood, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives,"4 March 1915.
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    "An Act Making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and horbors, and for other purposes," H.R. 20189, [4 March 1915].
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    International Law as Applied by England During the War: II. Trading with the Enemy by Norman Bentwich, reprinted from The American Journal of International Law, April 1915.
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    "A Secretary of State from Brown, William Learned March--an Address" by John Bassett Moore, adn "Brotherhood--a Poem" by Henry Robinson Palmer, 15 June 1915.
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    "The Monroe Doctrine," address by A. J. Montague to the State Bar Association of Indiana (2 copies), July 1915.
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    "Henry Clay and Pan-Americanism" by John Bassett Moore, reprinted from The Columbia University Quarterly, September 1915.
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    Report of the Chief Engineer of the U.S. Army on river and harbor improvements in Virginia, 1915.
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    "A Bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," S. 3331, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, 10 January 1916.
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    "Hearings on the Subject of the Improvement of James River, Va. held before the Committee on Rivers and Harbors House of Representatives Sixty-fourth Congress,"18 January 1916.
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    "River and Harbor Appropriation Bill: views of a Minority,"23 February 1916.
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    "A bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," S. 3331, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, March 1916.
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    "An act to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," S. 3331, Union calendar 121, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, March 1916.
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    "An act to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters, etc., as passed by the Senate, and the House substitute therefor," Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, 1916.
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    "A bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," H.R. 16053, committee print with amendments, March 1916.
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    "James River, Va.: Letter from the Secretary of War," House of Representatives, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, May 1916.
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    "The Fortification Appropriation Bill: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (2 copies), 12 June 1916.
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    "Investigation Showing the Effect of Price Cutting on Trade-Marked Grocery Articles in Greater New York" by Raymond B. Callahan, [June 1916].
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    "An act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes," H.R. 12193, Public--no. 168, Sixty-fourth Congress, 1916.
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    "We Challenge all Comers: Achievement vs. Evasion" by Woodrow Wilson, 30 September 1916.
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    "Emergency Bond Issue: Report," Sixty-fifth Congress, first session (2 copies), 11 April 1917.
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    "A bill to authorize an issue of bonds to meet expenditures for the national security and defense, and to extend credit to foreign governments, and for other purposes," H.R. 2762, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, 11 April 1917.
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    "A bill to authorize an issue of bonds to meet expenditures for the national security and defense, and to extend credit to foreign governments, and for other purposes," H.R. [no number], confidential, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, 11 April 1917.
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    "Emergency Bond Issue: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in teh House of Representatives,"14 April 1917.
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    Give $1,000,000,000 to France A Debt of Duty and Gratitude: Editorials from the New York World, 1917.
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    "A bill to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes," committee substitute for H.R. 4960, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, June 1917.
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    "A bill to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes," H.R. [no number], committee print, 28 June 1917.
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    Executive Order of President Woodrow Wilson, 30 June 1917.
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    "A Bill in relation to trading with the enemny," H.R. 5325, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, (edits in pencil), 6 July 1917.
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    "A gill to amend and act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," S. 1419, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, 12 July 1917.
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    "Constitutional Amendment with Relation to National Prohibition" by James T. Lloyd, 30 July 1917.
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    "A bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," H.R. [no number], committee print, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session (3 copies), July 1917.
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    "An act to give effect to the convention between the United States and Great Britain for the protection of migratory birds concluded at Washington, August sixteenth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes," S. 1553, in House of Representatives, Sixty-fifth Congress, first session, 3 August 1917.
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    "A bill to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," H.R. 7695, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session (3 copies), 14 December 1917.
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    "An act to amend an act to regulate the construction of dams across navigable waters," S. 1419, in the House of Representatives, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session (2 copies), 15 December 1917.
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    "By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation: Possession and Control of Rail and Water Transportation Systems,"26 December 1917.
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    "A bill granting an increase of pension to Janet K. Glennnon," H.R. 8959, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session, 18 January 1918.
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    "A bill to provide for the operation of transportation systems while under federal control, for the just compensation of their owners, and for other purposes," H.R. 9685, committee print, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session, 8 February 1918.
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    "An act to provide for the operation of transportation systems while under Federal control, for the just compensation of their owners, and for other purposes," S. 3752, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session, [21 February 1918].
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    "Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States" regarding the right to vote, H.J. Res. 283, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session (2 copies), 29 April 1918.
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    "The Aviator's Hymn" by Sally Nelson Robins, 3 June 1918.
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    "They Call Them Devil-Hounds but They Are Simply Hounding the Devil--Our Marines," broadside, 20 June 1918.
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    International Conciliation: The League of Nations, number 131, October 1918.
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    "Pertinent Paragraphs about the Transportation Corps: What It Was and What It Did in the A.E.F.,"[1918].
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    "Amendment to sections 1, 2, and 3, H.R. 8172," which gives the president authority to take over the transporation system, [1918].
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    Postcard of the tomb of Lieutenant Quentin Roosevelt in France. Card is written in French, [1918].
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    "The President and the Peace Conference: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (2 copies), 14 January 1919.
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    "The President and the Peace Conference: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives," galley proofs, [1919].
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    Chesterfield County in War Time: A Community History by Laura Martin Wheelwright (2 copies), [1919].
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    Nerve Force by Paul von Boeckmann, 1919.
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    Theodore Roosevelt: A Biographical Sketch and Excerpts from His Writings and Addresses by Hermann Hagedorn, 1919.
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    Weight-Control for Health, Beauty, and Efficiency by Eugene Christian for the Corrective Eating Society, twelve booklets, 1919.
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    Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William A. Jones, 1919.
  • Box 55
    Folder 1
    "Spanish Policy toward Virginia, 1606-1612; Jamestown, Ecija, and John Clark of the Mayflower" by Irene A. Wright, reprinted from American Historical Review, volume XXV, number 3, April 1920.
  • Box 55
    Folder 2
    "Elks' Home Bulletin, Richmond Lodge, no. 45, B.P.O.E.,"[August 1920].
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    Truths of History by Mildred Lewis Rutherford, [1920?].
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    "Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague, of Virginia, in the House of Representatives," printed in the Congressional Record, 18 January 1921.
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    "River and Harbor Improvements: Letter from teh Secretary of War," Sixty-seventh Congress, first session, May 1921.
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    "Water Terminal and Transfer Facilities: Letter from the Secretary of War," Sixty-seventh Congress, first session, July 1921.
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    "A bill granting the consent of Congress to the Pamunkey Ferry Company to construct a bridge across the Pamunkey River in Virginia," H.R. 9050, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty-seventh Congress, first session (9 copies), 9 November 1921.
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    Folder 8
    "A bill authorizing appropriations and contracts for the prosecution and maintenance of public works on canals, rivers, adn harbors, and for other purposes," S. 2881, Sixty-seventh Congress, second session (3 copies), 19 December 1921.
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    "River and Harbor Bill: Report," Sixty-seventh Congress, second session, 7 March 1922.
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    Folder 10
    Arthur Burt shoe company advertisements, 1922.
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    "Twentieth Conference of the Interparliamentary Union, Vienna, Austria, August, 1922" by Arthur Deerin Call, reprinted from Advocate of Peace (2 copies), September 1922.
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    "George Washington: Address of Hon. A. J. Montague, of Virginia, before the University of Pennsylvania" (2 copies), 22 February 1923.
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    "Child-Labor Amendment to the Constitution of the United States: Report," Sixty-eighth Congress, first session (2 copies), 28 March 1924.
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    Folder 14
    "A bill for the relief of Claude S. Betts, late ensign (pilot) Naval Air Service," H.R. 8566, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session, 9 April 1924.
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    "Child-Labor Constitutional Amendment: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" (2 copies), 26 April 1924.
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    "The Relation of Government to Private Business Enterprise" by Nicholas Murray Butler, 15 May 1924.
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    "A Short Account of the Temple Church" [in Jerusalem], 1924.
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    The New Republic, volume XL, number 514, 8 October 1924.
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    The New Republic, volume XL, number 517, 29 October 1924.
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    "Reflections on Armistice Day: Address of Mr. Samuel Untermyer,"11 November 1924.
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    "Proposed Child Labor Amendments to the Constitution of the United States: Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives," Sixty-eighth Congress, second session (2 copies), 1924.
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    Folder 22
    Business card for Weldon and Sons, jewellers and silversmiths, Dublin, Ireland, [1924?].
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    Folder 23
    Business cards for Harvey and Gore, dealers in antique jewelry, London, England, [1924?].
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    Business card for Phyllis Earle, Ltd., hair and skin care, London, England, [1924?].
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    Business card for Anderson and McAuley, Ltd., manufacturers, London, England, [1924?].
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    Sales ticket from Swears and Wells, London, England, [1924?].
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    "Equivalent Value of English and American Money,"[1924?].
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    Card for Scott and Company, London, England, [1924?].
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    Program leaflet, "150th Anniversary Battle of Lexington,"April 1925.
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    "The Fifth National Conference on State Parks in the Heart of the Proposed Shenandoah National Park,"May 1925.
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    Folder 31
    "To whom will your Estate go, if you die without a Will?"1925.
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    Folder 32
    Menu for a banquet given in honor of the delegates of the 23rd Conference of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, by the U.S. group at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. (2 copies), 6 October 1925.
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    Seating list for guests at the banquet given in honor of the delegates of the 23rd Conference of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, by the U.S. group at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., 6 October 1925.
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    "The Italian Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 3, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "The Italian Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 5, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "The Belgian Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 4, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "The Esthonian [Estonian] Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 7, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "The Latvian Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 8, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "The Czechoslovak Debt Settlement: Message of the President of the United States," Senate document 6, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 December 1925.
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    "A bill for the relief of Lieutenant James Floyd Terrell, Medical Corps, United States Navy," H.R. 2731, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 December 1925.
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    "A bill for the relief of Claude S. Betts," H.R. 2636, private calendar number 5, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty0-ninth Congress, first session (2 copies), December 1925.
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    "Money, Honey, Money," words by Sarah Johnson Cocke and music by Edwin Hedden (3 copies), 1925.
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    Brochure, "Shenandoah National Park in Virginia," Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, 1925.
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    "A Book of Prayers,"[1925].
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    "Who's Who of the Twenty-Third Conference of the Interparliamentary Union" (second edition), 1925.
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    "Speakers for Tuesday Evening" typed on Congressional letterhead stationary. [1925].
  • Box 56
    Folder 1
    "Foreign Debt Funding Legislation: Hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session," 2 parts, January 1926.
  • Box 56
    Folder 2
    "George A. Finch: Communication from the President of the United States," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 4 January 1926.
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    Folder 3
    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the Kingdom of Rumania to the United States of America," H.R. 6772, Union calendar number 14, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, January 1926.
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    Folder 4
    "Settlement of the Indebtedness of Rumania to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    Folder 5
    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the government of the Kingdom of Belgium to the government of the United States," H.R. 6774, Union calendar number 15, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    "Settlement of the Indebtedness of Belgium to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    Folder 7
    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the Republic of Esthonia [Estonia] to the United States of America," H.R. 6775, Union calendar number 16, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    Folder 8
    "Settlement of the Indebtedness of Esthonia [Estonia] to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    Folder 9
    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the government of the Republic of Latvia to the government of the United States of America," H.R. 6776, Union calendar number 17, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, January 1926.
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    Folder 10
    "Settlement of Indebtedness of Latvia to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the Czechoslovak Republic to the United States of America," H.R. 6777, Union calendar number 18, January 1926.
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    Folder 12
    "Settlement of the Indebtedness of Czechoslovakia to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 7 January 1926.
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    "A bill to authorize the settlement of the indebtedness of the Kingdom of Italy to the United States of America," H.R. 6773, Union calendar number 22, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, January 1926.
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    Folder 14
    "Settlement of the Indebtedness of Italy to the United States: Report," Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 January 1926.
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    Folder 15
    "Italian Debt Settlement: Speech of Hon. Andrew J. Montague of Virginia in the House of Representatives" from the Congressional Record, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 13 January 1926.
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    Folder 16
    "European Economic and Political Survey No. 10,"Reverence Service on International Affairs, 30 January 1926.
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    "Virginia's Call must not be Denied: to the Women of the South," reprinted from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, 19 February 1926.
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    "A bill granting an increase of pension to Mattie E. Butler," H.R. 12031, introduced by A. J. Montague, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, 8 May 1926.
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    "Interparliamentary Union," from Advocate of Peace, July 1926.
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    Interparliamentary Bulletin, number 6, November-December 1926.
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    The General Assembly of Virginia, Manual of the Senate and the House of Delegates, session1926.
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    Historical Survey of the Rumanian People by N. Banescu, 1926.
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    "The Chicago Civic Opera Company, Grand Opera,"February 1927.
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    The Constitution of Virginia: Report of the Commission to Suggest Amendments to the Constitution to the General Assembly, March 1927.
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    The Mayflower's Log, volume III, number 1, March 1927.
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    Convocation of the XXIVth Conference of the Interparliamentary Union, May 1927.
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    "The Gradual and Progressive Codification of International Law" by James Brown Scott, reprinted from The American Journal of International Law, volume XXI, number 3 July 1927.
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    Union Interparlementaire: XXIV Conférence, Paris 25-30 Août 1927, 1927.
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    "XXIVe Conférence Interparlementaire. Paris 25-30 Août 1927. Documents Préliminaires,"August 1927.
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    "Inter-Parliamentary Union: XXIVth Conference, Paris August 25th to 30th, 1927. Preliminary Documents. English Translation,"August 1927.
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    Menu for lunch, written in French, 3 August 1927.
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    "Education New and Old: Address Delivered at the Opening of the Academic Year of Columbia University" by Nicholas Murray Butler, 28 September 1927.
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    "The Lost Art of Thinking: An Address before the Institute of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University" by Nicholas Murray Butler, 17 October 1927.
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    Advertisement for Rosine Aoust, hats and robes, Paris, France, [1927].
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    "Annuaire Interparlementaire,"1927.
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    Advertisement for Pinaud perfumes and colognes, [1927].
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    Sales slip for G. Gerson with fabric swatch attached, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Inter-Parliamentary Bulletin,1927.
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    Advertisement for Levis (2 cards), Paris, France, [1927].
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    Folder 40
    Advertisement for Benoit-Lascoumes, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Advertisement for Au Grand Siécle, Art Ancien, Paris, France, [1927].
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    "This Week in Paris,"1927.
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    Advertisement for Ch. Blineau, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Folder 44
    card for A. Aldebert & Ses Fils, Paris, France, (5 cards), [1927].
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    Folder 45
    Leaflet for English Theatre, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Folder 46
    Card for Maurice Fabricant, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Folder 47
    Sales slip for Grands Magasins du Louvre, Paris, France, [1927].
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    Inter-Parliamentary Bulletin, seventh year, number 6, November-December 1927.
  • Box 57
    Folder 1
    Jackson Day Dinner menu cover, 12 January 1928.
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    Folder 2
    Program, Myra Hess, pianist, and Joseph Szigeti, violinist, performing at the White House, 26 January 1928.
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    Folder 3
    Confederate Veteran, volume XXXVI, number 1, January 1928.
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    Folder 4
    "A bill for the relief of Claude S. Betts," H.r. 4608, private calendar number 269, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventieth Congress, first session (2 copies), 6 February 1928.
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    Inter-Parliamentary Bulletin, 8th year, number 2 (2 copies), March-April 1928.
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    Folder 6
    "Union Interparlementaire Listes,"April 1928.
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    Folder 7
    Advertisement calendar from the Riggs National Bank, May 1928.
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    Folder 8
    "The Monthly Pocket Guide to Rome,"May 1928.
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    Folder 9
    "Das Berliner Programm: Hotel Esplanade," Berlin, Germany, 21-27 August 1928.
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    Folder 10
    "Cunard Line, Cabin Passenger Service. R.M.S. Scythia sailing from Liverpool to Boston and New York,"30 August 1928.
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    Folder 11
    "Dinner in Honor of Benjamin A. Ruffin, President Lions International, by the Richmond Lions Club,"26 September 1928.
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    Folder 12
    Inter-Parliamentary Bulletin, 8th year, number 6, November-December 1928.
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    Folder 13
    "A bill to provide for the study, investigation, and survey, for commemorative purposes, of battle fields in the vicinity of Richmond, Virginia," H.R. 15655, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventieth Congress, second session (2 copies), 21 December 1928.
  • Box 57
    Folder 14
    Pledge cards for the memorial building fund for the Home for Needy Confederate Women (3 copies), 1928.
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    Folder 15
    Boat schedule between Hamburg, Germany, and New York, New York, written in German, 1928.
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    Folder 16
    XXVe Conférence Interparlementaire Berlin, 1928.
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    Folder 17
    Envelope addressed E. Braun & Co., Wien I Graben 8, Berlin-Karlsbad, 1928.
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    Folder 18
    Booklet and map titled Pharus-Plan Wien, [1928].
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    Folder 19
    "What's Doing in Vienna", also titled in German and French, 1928.
  • Box 58
    Folder 1
    "Child Welfare Extension Service: Hearing before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives," Seventieth Congress, second session, 24-25 January 1929.
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    Folder 2
    calendar advertising Riggs National Bank, January 1929.
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    Folder 3
    "A bil to provide for the study, investigation, and survey, for commemorative purposes, of battle fields in the vicinity of Richmond, Virginia," H.R. 15655, Union calendar number 801, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventieth Congress, second session (2 copies), 18 February 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 4
    Invitation to the inauguration of Herbert Hoover, 4 March 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 5
    "Inauguration Ceremonies Program,"4 March 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 6
    "A bill to provide for the study, investigation, and survey, for commemorative purposes, of battle fields in the vicinity of Richmond, Virginia," H.R. 22, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventy-first Congress, first session (2 copies), 15 April 1929.
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    Folder 7
    Advocate of Peace Through Justice, volume 91, number 4, April 1929.
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    Folder 8
    Calendar advertising the Riggs National Bank, April 1929.
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    Folder 9
    Thank you card from Mrs. A. J. Montague for subscription/advertisement for the charity costume ball benefitting the Home for Confederate Women, May 1929.
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    Folder 10
    Tickets for charity costume ball benefitting the Home for Confederate Women (3 tickets), 4 May 1929.
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    Folder 11
    Tickets for charity costume ball benefitting the Home for Confederate Women, Patron's Ticket (2 tickets), 4 May 1929.
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    Folder 12
    Calendar advertisement for the Riggs National Bank, May 1929.
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    Folder 13
    Calendar advertisement for the Riggs National Bank, June 1929.
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    Folder 14
    Advertisement for Kinloch in Essex County, Virginia, [1929].
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    Folder 15
    "Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac R.R. Company Time Tables,"1929.
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    Folder 16
    The Black Swan: The Magazine of Virginia, November 1929.
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    Folder 17
    In Memory of the Heroes in Gray, published by the Home for Confederate Women, 1929.
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    Folder 18
    "Alpine Summer, 1929, for Boys [and] Girls,"1929.
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    Folder 19
    "Catalogue of an Exhibition of Contemporary Portraits" at the Virginia House, Virginia Historical Society, 1929.
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    Folder 20
    "The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ, Canterbury: a Handbook for Pilgrims,"1929.
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    Folder 21
    "Stratford-on-the-Potomac to be purchased by the Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation: Press Notices and Editorial Comment,"1929.
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    Folder 22
    Map of Rome, Italy, 1929.
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    Folder 23
    Artistic Guide to Florence and Its Surroundings, 1929.
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    Folder 24
    Advertisement for Kinloch in Essex County, Virginia, 1929.
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    Folder 25
    "Through Centuries Three," pamphlet advertising book of the same title by David D. Squires, 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 26
    "A bill to authorize the board of visitors of R. E. Lee Camp, No. 1, Confederate Veterans, in its discretion, to admit wives and widows of Confederate veterans into the Confederate Soldiers' Home at Richmond," House bill number 318, [1929].
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    Folder 27
    "A Monument of Service to the Undying Memory of the Women of the Southern Confederacy" (3 copies), 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 28
    Personal sketch of Andrew Jackson Montague for Who's Who in America, volume 16, [1929].
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    Folder 29
    Map of Switzerland, in German, 1929.
  • Box 58
    Folder 30
    Tour booklet for Geneva, Switzerland, [1929?].
  • Box 58
    Folder 31
    Pamphlet for Golay sons & Stahl, watchmakers and jewellers, Geneva, Switzerland, 1929.
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    Folder 32
    "Italy" guidebook, [1929].
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    Folder 33
    "Cosulich Line: Moter Vessels Saturnia and Vulcania," (2 copies), [1929].
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    Folder 34
    Advertisement for Buca di San Ruffillo, restaurant, written in Italian, [1929].
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    Guide to hotels in Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 36
    Advertisement for Giacobbe Giuseppe, Venice, Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 37
    Advertisement for Olga Asta & c, Venice, Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 38
    Guide to Florence, Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 39
    Envelope from Scuola Merletti di Burano, Venice, Italy, [1929].
  • Box 58
    Folder 40
    Guide to Florence, Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 41
    Venice: an Illustrated Guide to Places of Interest with Plans and Map, [1929].
  • Box 58
    Folder 42
    Advertisement for A. Binocesana, Venice, Italy, [1929].
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    Folder 43
    "How to See Venice: Map & Guide of Venice,"[1929].
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    Folder 44
    The Ducal Palace of Venice, [1929].
  • Box 59
    Folder 1
    Order blank for "Register of Members adn Ancestors", Colonial Dames of America (2 copies), .
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    Folder 2
    "A bill to provide for the creation of the Colonial National Monument in the State of Virginia, and for other purposes," H.R. 8424, Seventy-first Congress, second session, 10 January 1930.
  • Box 59
    Folder 3
    "Vest Pocket Congressional Directory," Seventy-first Congress, second session, February 1930.
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    Folder 4
    "Inter-Parliamentary Union: Circular to the Groups number 3,"5 February 1930.
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    Folder 5
    Calendar advertisement for the Riggs National Bank, February 1930.
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    Folder 6
    House resolution 190, introduced by A. J. Montague, recommending the printing of Lieutenant Colonel H. L. Landers' report concerning the Seven Days' Battles as a document, 24 March 1930.
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    Folder 7
    Calendar advertisement for the Riggs National Bank (5 copies), March 1930.
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    Folder 8
    "James River, Va.: Letter from the Secretary of War," Seventy-first Congress, second session, March 1930.
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    Folder 9
    "A bill to provide for the creation of the Colonial National Monument in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and for other purposes," H.R. 12235, Union calendar number 368, Seventy-first Congress, second session, May 1930.
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    Folder 10
    "Order of Memorial Exercises in the House of Representatives,"15 May 1930.
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    Folder 11
    "To Establish a Laboratory for the Study of the Criminal, Dependent, and Defective Classes: Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives," Seventy-first Congress, second session, 19 May 1930.
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    Statement of the Virginia Historical Society regarding old mansions in Virginia, May 1930.
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    Folder 13
    "40th Annual Confederate Reunion," Biloxi, Mississippi, June 1930.
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    "List of First Class Passengers, S.S. Minnewaska, from New York, Atlantic Transport Line,"5 July 1930.
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    Complimentary ticket to the Warrenton Pony Show, July 1930.
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    Important memorandum regarding the 26th Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, 21 July 1930.
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    "Corporation of the City of London Conversazione to Welcome the Delegates to the 26th Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference" (4 copies), 21 January 1930.
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    Folder 18
    "Dublin Weekly Programme, Gresham Hotel, Dublin[, Ireland]" (2 copies), [1930].
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    Folder 19
    "Inter-Parliamentary Union 26th Conference Dinner,"22 July 1930.
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    Folder 20
    Program for the Garrick Theatre, "Almost a Honeymoon,"1930.
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    Folder 21
    "Keith Prowse Programme," guide to the London Theatre, [1930].
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    Calendar advertisement for the Riggs National Bank, July 1930.
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    Folder 23
    "London Midland and Scottish Railway Company Reservation of Seats, Compartments, and Sleeping Berths,"[1930].
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    Information on the Park Lane Hotel, 1930.
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    Folder 25
    "Souvenier Log [of the] Leviathan, United States Lines" (2 copies), [1930].
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    Notice from the Riggs National Bank, 1 October 1930.
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    Folder 27
    "A Confederate Catechism: The War of 1861-1865,"1930.
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    "Your Dowry of Beauty" by Dorothy Gray, 1930.
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    Folder 29
    "Creating the Colonial National Monument: Hearings before the Committee on the Public Lands, House of Representatives," Seventy-first Congress, second session (2 copies), 1930.
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    Folder 30
    "How to See Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Trossachs, Lochs Katrine & Lomond, Melrose, Ayr, etc.,"[1930].
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    Folder 31
    Advertisement for Gordon's Irish Lace Depot, Dublin, Ireland, [1930].
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    Folder 32
    "Dublin Ireland's Captial City,"[1930].
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    Folder 33
    "Souvenir from Ireland, Clerys Dublin," Dublin, Ireland, [1930].
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    Hotel bill, Central Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland, 1930.
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    Folder 35
    American Monthly, volume XXIV, number 4, April 1931.
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    Folder 36
    "Virginia Born Presidents Unveiling of the bust of President Thomas Jefferson," Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 22 September 1931.
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    Folder 37
    Documents Franco Roumains, numbers 3-4, September-October 1931.
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    Folder 38
    "Union Interparlementaire XXVIIe Conférence, Excursion À Sinaïa," Bucharest, Rumania (3 copies) 4 October 1931.
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    Folder 39
    Dinner menu, 27th Inter-Parliamentary Union, Bucharest, Rumania, 3 October 1931.
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    Folder 40
    "Virginia Born Presidents Unveiling of the Bust of President William Henry Harrison," Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 6 October 1931.
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    Menu in Greek, 1931.
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    Folder 42
    "Contract Bridge at Sight" by Charles True Adams, 1931.
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    Map of Roumania, 1931.
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    Folder 44
    Envelope, Wiener Sanatorium, Dr. Anton Loew in Wien, IX/2, Mariannegasse 20, Pelikangasse 5, 1931.
  • Box 60
    Folder 1
    "Resolved that the historical statements concerning the Seven Days' Battles...be printed, with illustrations and maps, as a document," H. Res. 144, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventy-second Congress, first session, 13 February 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 2
    Calendar advertising the Riggs Natioanl Bank, February 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 3
    George Washington Bicentennial Historical Loan Exhibition at the Corcoran Gallary of Art, including the full length Gilber Stuart portrait of Washington, 5 March 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 4
    Calendar advertising the Riggs National Bank, March 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 5
    "Court of Claims of the United States: R. L. Montague v. the United States,"4 April 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 6
    "Consent of States to Sue United States for Direct Taxes Collected: Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives," Seventy-second Congress, first session, 8 April 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 7
    Calendar advertising the Riggs National Bank, June 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 8
    "In the Court of Claims of the United States: Plaintiff's Motion for a New Trial, Amendment of Findings of Fact, and Rehearing, and Brief in Support Thereof,"18 August 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 9
    Calendar advertising the Riggs National Bank, August 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 10
    Advertisement for the M. W. Locke Shoe, 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 11
    "Manual of the Senate and House of Delegates: General Assembly of Virginia" (3 copies), 1932.
  • Box 60
    Folder 12
    Calendar advertising the Riggs National Bank, February 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 13
    "Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Executive Committee minutes of meeting,"23 February 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 14
    "Consent of States to Sue United States for Direct Taxes COllected: Report," Seventy-second Congress, second session, 1 March 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 15
    "A bill for the Relief of Captain Arthur S. Bell, Officers' Reserve Corps," H.R. 4451, introduced by A. J. Montague, Seventy-third Congress, first session (2 copies), 29 March 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 16
    "Our Ship of State: an address delivered at the Parish Art Museum, Southampton, L.I.," by Nicholas Murray Butler, 3 September 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 17
    Calendar advertising Tabb, Brockenbrough & Ragland Insurance, 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 18
    Nominating Ballot for the Woman's National Democratic Club, 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 19
    "A Connotary: Definitions not Found in Dictionaries" by John Garland Pollard (autographed), 1933.
  • Box 60
    Folder 20
    A song written by Milton Lusk to encourage the repeal of Prohibition, [1933].
  • Box 60
    Folder 21
    "A bill to repeal certain specific Acts of Congress and an amendment thereto enacted to regulate the manufacture, sale, or possession of intoxicating liquors in the Indian Territory, now part of the State of Oklahoma," H.R. 6219, Seventy-third Congress, second session, 3 January 1934.
  • Box 60
    Folder 22
    "Mattaponi River, Va.: Letter from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army," Seventy-third Congress, second session, 15 June 1934.
  • Box 60
    Folder 23
    Preliminary Survey of Rural Electrification in Virginia for State Corporation Commission by Allen J. Saville and Associates, 1 March 1935.
  • Box 60
    Folder 24
    "Shooting High Dance Revue Presented by the Chapman Schools of Dance,"23 May 1936.
  • Box 60
    Folder 25
    Southern Progress, volume XLVII, number 1, July 1936.
  • Box 60
    Folder 26
    "Congressman Andrew Jackson Montague: The People's Choice" (2 copies), 4 August 1936.
  • Box 60
    Folder 27
    "The Right Man on the Job!" cartoon from the Richmond Times-Dispatch of 6 August 1928 (2 copies), reprinted 4 August 1936.
  • Box 60
    Folder 28
    The Democratic Register: Congression Yearbook, 1936.
  • Box 60
    Folder 29
    Envelope from the House of Representatives, Committee of the Judiciary, with note that it had contained clippings for Montague's 1936 reelection bid, [1936].
  • Box 60
    Folder 30
    Independent Journal of Columbia University, volume 4, number 10, 2 April 1937.
  • Box 61
    Folder 1
    "Memorial Building & Endowment Fund Home for Needy Confederate Women," stationary (3 sheets) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 2
    "The Powers of Men" by William James .
  • Box 61
    Folder 3
    Overweight: Its Cause and Treatment by Horace John Howk and Haynes Harold Fellows .
  • Box 61
    Folder 4
    Advertisement for Knox Gelatine .
  • Box 61
    Folder 5
    Envelope with printed "War Department" and handwritten note "Childrens Letters, Family Letters."
  • Box 61
    Folder 6
    Reorder reminder from Artcraft .
  • Box 61
    Folder 7
    Lifetime guarantee for Sheaffer's Lifetime Pen .
  • Box 61
    Folder 8
    Advertisement for Whelan's, the Woman's Specialty Shop .
  • Box 61
    Folder 9
    Quotes and comments on the Constitution from Tom Watson's Magazine .
  • Box 61
    Folder 10
    Camay soap wrapper .
  • Box 61
    Folder 11
    "How to Save the Corporation" by Peter S. Grosscup .
  • Box 61
    Folder 12
    Empty photograph cover from Otto Sarony Co. Studios .
  • Box 61
    Folder 13
    Advertisement for La Mers Studio, New York, New York .
  • Box 61
    Folder 14
    "Unto us a child is born; unto us a son is given."
  • Box 61
    Folder 15
    Blank checks (2 checks) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 16
    "Virginia Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens."
  • Box 61
    Folder 17
    "La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Richmond, Voiture 449," stationary with note on back .
  • Box 61
    Folder 18
    "The Quarters, Fredericksburg, Virginia."
  • Box 61
    Folder 19
    "The Romance of Iron and Steel in America: Old Dominion Iron & Steel Works, Inc."
  • Box 61
    Folder 20
    Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities membership card for Mrs. A. J. Montague.
  • Box 61
    Folder 21
    Order form for Chestnut Farms Dairy.
  • Box 61
    Folder 22
    Envelope for the Home for Confederate Women.
  • Box 61
    Folder 23
    Lens cleaner from the S. Galeski Optical Company.
  • Box 61
    Folder 24
    Business card of G. B. Jones.
  • Box 61
    Folder 25
    Blank check from the Citizens National Bank, Orange, Virginia.
  • Box 61
    Folder 26
    List of the members of the House of Delegates and their post office, city or county residence, telegraph office, and express office .
  • Box 61
    Folder 27
    "Charter and By-laws of Saint Andrew's Association."
  • Box 61
    Folder 28
    Advertisement for W. J. Overcash, cabinet maker, Richmond, Virginia .
  • Box 61
    Folder 29
    Advertisement for Tidewater Tales by William C. Garnett .
  • Box 61
    Folder 30
    Price list of drawn linen by Mrs. Evan Snead, Jr., Richmond, Virginia (2 copies) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 31
    Business card for H. Tyler Smith, traveling freight agent, Southern Railway .
  • Box 61
    Folder 32
    Envelopes and stationary headed Executive Chamber .
  • Box 61
    Folder 33
    Envelope addressed to Mr. Herbert W. Jackson President Virginia Trust Company (printed) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 34
    Advertisement for John L. Ratcliffe, florist .
  • Box 61
    Folder 35
    "Diet List for Hypertrophic Arthritis" from Dr. Thomas F. Wheeldon, Richmond, Virginia .
  • Box 61
    Folder 36
    Advertisement for Attilio Codognato, jeweller, Venice, Italy .
  • Box 61
    Folder 37
    Invitation from "Le Bureau de la Conférence Internationale de Droit Maritime...."
  • Box 61
    Folder 38
    Adverisement for José Duarte Jorge de Jesus, antique shop, Lisbon, Portugal .
  • Box 61
    Folder 39
    "Jancourt's Railway and Steamship Tourist Map of Europe and Guide Book to Europe."
  • Box 61
    Folder 40
    Gulf map from Washington D.C. to Virginia Beach, Virginia .
  • Box 61
    Folder 41
    Advertisement for the Columbia Cafe, Washington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 42
    Advertisements for Arcade Sunshine Dry Cleaners, Washington D.C. (3 ads) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 43
    Notecards with the heading "The Army and Navy Club Washington" (5 cards) .
  • Box 61
    Folder 44
    Advertisement for Quality Floor and Painting Co., Inc., Capitol Heights, Maryland .
  • Box 61
    Folder 45
    Advertisement for Central Auto Works, Washington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 46
    Advertisement for the Tolman Laundry and Dry Cleaning, WAshington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 47
    Advertisement for a lecture at Castelberg's jewellers .
  • Box 61
    Folder 48
    Petition from the Massachusetts congressional delegation to the president for application of the Boynton Single Rail Patents and System to U.S. railroads .
  • Box 61
    Folder 49
    Advertisement for Capitol Mirror Co., Washington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 50
    Advertisement for the Willard Roof restaurant, Washington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 51
    Advertisement for Spee Dee Kleen safe non-explosive dry cleaner .
  • Box 61
    Folder 52
    "Charlie Coulson the Drummer Boy: A True Story of the American War" by M. L. Rossvally .
  • Box 61
    Folder 53
    Advertisement for Alnwick bedspreads, Poughkeepsie, New York .
  • Box 61
    Folder 54
    Advertisement for the Duplicating Letter Company, Washington D.C.
  • Box 61
    Folder 55
    United States Customs Tariff, Hudson Forwarding & Shipping Co.
  • Box 61
    Folder 56
    Invitation from the Nineteenth of April Committee of Concord, Massachusetts .
  • Box 61
    Folder 57
    Brochure for the Cripple Creek Short Line Railroad trip .
  • Box 61
    Folder 58
    "The Annapolis Tea Burning" and "Dr. Charles Alexander Warfield."
  • Box 61
    Folder 59
    "The Wastes of Monopoly," tearsheet from Collier's .
  • Box 61
    Folder 60
    "Trusts, the Export Trade, and the New Party" by Louis D. Brandeis, tearsheet from Collier's .
  • Box 61
    Folder 61
    "Trusts, Efficiency, and the New Party" by Louis D. Brandeis, tearsheet from Collier's .
  • Box 61
    Folder 62
    Envelope printed for A. J. Montague as congressman .
  • Box 61
    Folder 63
    "The Men at Armageddon" by Richard Harding Davis, tearsheet from Collier's .
  • Box 61
    Folder 64
    Business card for G. W. Bunting, Ltd., bootmakers, London, England .
  • Box 61
    Folder 65
    Letterhead "Democratic National Congressional Committee" containing heading "In This 'Land of the Free'--Privilege and Monopoly Stand Behind a Tariff Wall."
  • Box 61
    Folder 66
    Letterhead "Democratic National Congressional Committee" containing heading "Why Are Farmers Misled as to Reciprocity with Canada?" .
  • Box 61
    Folder 67
    "Work of the Democratic House of Representatives."
  • Box 61
    Folder 68
    "Labor and the Trusts," tearsheet from Collier's .
  • Box 61
    Folder 69
    Envelope addressed"Andrew J. Montague, Esq. (of Amerique)."
  • Box 61
    Folder 70
    Placecard for "The Speaker."
  • Box 61
    Folder 71
    Appointment reminder for Mrs. A. J. Montague with Dr. Walter P. Bronston, Podiatrist .
  • Box 61
    Folder 72
    Envelope for A. J. Montague for mailing the Congressional Record .
  • Box 61
    Folder 73
    Calling cards for individuals, A-D .
  • Box 61
    Folder 74
    Calling cards for individuals, E-L .
  • Box 61
    Folder 75
    Calling cards for individuals, M .
  • Box 61
    Folder 76
    Calling cards for individuals, N-Z .
XI: Scrapbooks, 1883-1916.
Boxes: 62
Extent: 1 box.

Scrapbooks, 1883-1916, contain clippings concerning Virginia and national politics and consisting mainly of newspaper clippings. Some topics are general assembly elections; the Danville riots; presidential campaigns; party platforms; tariffs; labor; wages; trusts; currency; Montague's gubernatorial campaign and his inauguration; the 1901-1902 state constitutional convention; Woodrow Wilson; Germany; Mexico; and World War I.

Chronological

  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 3 November 1883-1 February 1884, covering the General Assembly elections and the Danville riots.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 7 June-18 September 1888, covering the nominations of Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison; party platforms on tariffs, labor, wages, trusts, etc.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 9-18 August 1896, covering the campaigns of William Jennings Bryan and William McKinley; the silver and gold standard controversy.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 3 November 1897-11 September 1901, covering Andrew Jackson Montague's election and term as Attorney-General and primary nomination as governor.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 22-29 August 1901, covering the state constitutional convention and the Republican gubernatorial nominating convention.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 16 September 1901-6 May 1902, covering Andrew Jackson Montague's nomination for governor, the election, and Montague's inauguration.
  • Box 62
    Folder
    Scrapbook, 3 December 1915-9 September 1916, coverning President Woodrow Wilson, Mexico, and Germany.
XII: Newspaper clippings, 1897-1938.
Boxes: 63-65
Extent: 3 boxes.

Newspaper Clippings, 1897-1938, containing clippings covering Andrew Jackson Montague's political career and service as Attorney General, Governor, and Congressman. They also cover Virginia and national politics. Clippings also cover history, economics, and other topics.

Chronological

  • Box 63
    Folder 1
    Newspaper Clippings, 1897.
  • Box 63
    Folder 2
    Newspaper Clippings, 1899.
  • Box 63
    Folder 3
    Newspaper Clippings, 1900.
  • Box 63
    Folder 4
    Newspaper Clippings, 1901.
  • Box 63
    Folder 5
    Newspaper Clippings, 1902.
  • Box 63
    Folder 6
    Newspaper Clippings, 1903.
  • Box 63
    Folder 7
    Newspaper Clippings, 1904, folder 1 of 3.
  • Box 63
    Folder 8
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 2 of 3.
  • Box 63
    Folder 9
    Newspaper Clippings, 1904, folder 3 of 3.
  • Box 63
    Folder 10
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 1 of 5.
  • Box 63
    Folder 11
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 2 of 5.
  • Box 63
    Folder 12
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 3 of 5.
  • Box 63
    Folder 13
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 4 of 5.
  • Box 63
    Folder 14
    Newspaper Clippings, 1905, folder 5 of 5.
  • Box 63
    Folder 15
    Newspaper Clippings, 1906.
  • Box 63
    Folder 16
    Newspaper Clippings, 1907.
  • Box 63
    Folder 17
    Newspaper Clippings, 1908.
  • Box 63
    Folder 18
    Newspaper Clippings, 1909.
  • Box 64
    Folder 1
    Newspaper Clippings, 1910.
  • Box 64
    Folder 2
    Newspaper Clippings, 1911, folder 1 of 3.
  • Box 64
    Folder 3
    Newspaper Clippings, 1911, folder 2 of 3.
  • Box 64
    Folder 4
    Newspaper Clippings, 1911, folder 3 of 3.
  • Box 64
    Folder 5
    Newspaper Clippings, 1912.
  • Box 64
    Folder 6
    Newspaper Clippings, 1913.
  • Box 64
    Folder 7
    Newspaper Clippings, 1914.
  • Box 64
    Folder 8
    Newspaper Clippings, 1915.
  • Box 64
    Folder 9
    Newspaper Clippings, 1916.
  • Box 64
    Folder 10
    Newspaper Clippings, 1917.
  • Box 64
    Folder 11
    Newspaper Clippings, 1918.
  • Box 65
    Folder 1
    Newspaper Clippings, 1920.
  • Box 65
    Folder 2
    Newspaper Clippings, 1924.
  • Box 65
    Folder 3
    Newspaper Clippings, 1925.
  • Box 65
    Folder 4
    Newspaper Clippings, 1927.
  • Box 65
    Folder 5
    Newspaper Clippings, 1928.
  • Box 65
    Folder 6
    Newspaper Clippings, 1929.
  • Box 65
    Folder 7
    Newspaper Clippings, 1930.
  • Box 65
    Folder 8
    Newspaper Clippings, 1931.
  • Box 65
    Folder 9
    Newspaper Clippings, 1932.
  • Box 65
    Folder 10
    Newspaper Clippings, 1933.
  • Box 65
    Folder 11
    Newspaper Clippings, 1934.
  • Box 65
    Folder 12
    Newspaper Clippings, 1936.
  • Box 65
    Folder 13
    Newspaper Clippings, 1938.
  • Box 65
    Folder 14
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 1 of 6.
  • Box 65
    Folder 15
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 2 of 6.
  • Box 65
    Folder 16
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 3 of 6.
  • Box 65
    Folder 17
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 4 of 6.
  • Box 65
    Folder 18
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 5 of 6.
  • Box 65
    Folder 19
    Newspaper Clippings, no date, folder 6 of 6.
Oversize materials.
Boxes: 66-67
Extent: 2 boxes.

Contains oversize materials belonging to the collection. Collection contains placeholders for this material within the regular folders.