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International Genealogical Index, 1988 Dec 1988

International Genealogical Index, 1988

NEARA finding aids

This collection contains microfiche of the 1988 IGI for Canada, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and the United States of America.


Pax Yearbook 1988, Subiaco Abbey And Academy Dec 1988

Pax Yearbook 1988, Subiaco Abbey And Academy

The Pax, 1927; 1946-2020

Yearbook of Subiaco Abbey and Academy for the 1987-1988 school year.


William W. Caldwell Manuscript, 1890-1988 Dec 1988

William W. Caldwell Manuscript, 1890-1988

Finding aids

This collection contains the manuscript of William W. Caldwell's "The Arkansas Society Sons of the American Revolution History 1890-1988," a general history of the society and its twelve different chapters throughout Arkansas. It also includes the 1988 Arkansas State Society roster and an index.


Arkansas Historic Bridges Inventory Records, 1988 Dec 1988

Arkansas Historic Bridges Inventory Records, 1988

Finding aids

This collection contains records of a statewide survey of historic bridges listing locations, dates of construction, ownership as of 1988, and historical and descriptive data.


Liberty Missionary Baptist Church Records,1939-1988 Dec 1988

Liberty Missionary Baptist Church Records,1939-1988

Finding aids

This collection contains lists of members, minutes of meetings, history material, and clippings.


Curtis H. Sykes Collection, 1931-1988 Dec 1988

Curtis H. Sykes Collection, 1931-1988

Finding aids

The collection contains yearbooks of Scipio A. Jones and other schools, church programs, and journals of the Arkansas Teachers Association.


"The Lord God Bird: Of A Season Of Rain And Death" Manuscript, 1988 Dec 1988

"The Lord God Bird: Of A Season Of Rain And Death" Manuscript, 1988

Finding aids

This collection contains the manuscript of Jesse Rozell Core III's unpublished novel set in the 1927 Flood of Arkansas, "The Lord God Bird: Of a Season of Rain and Death."


Rice Family Collection, 1942-1988 Dec 1988

Rice Family Collection, 1942-1988

Finding aids

This collection contains the personal papers, scrapbooks, photographs, and club yearbooks of Kathryn Rice of Little Rock, Arkansas. Also included in the collection are items concerning James Horner Rice and the Rice families in Little Rock.


Arkansas House Of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly Biographical Information, 1988 Dec 1988

Arkansas House Of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly Biographical Information, 1988

Finding aids

This collection consists of biographical information forms completed by the members of the Arkansas House of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly. The forms were provided by the Arkansas History Commission at the suggestion of Representative Jerry E. Hinshaw, who distributed and collected the forms for preservation at the State Archives


Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 10, Index, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1988

Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 10, Index, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Muhlenberg County Heritage

“The Muhlenberg County [Kentucky] Heritage” was published four times a year by the Muhlenberg County Genealogical Society in Greenville, Kentucky, from 1978 to 2001. The cover title sometimes appears as “The Heritage.” The publication’s purpose was to support the society and to publish information about the genealogy, culture, and history of Muhlenberg County. A separate annual index was printed each year for volumes 1-14. Afterwards, each issue was indexed separately. Generally, the index is to surnames only.


Uss O'Callahan (Ff 1051) Decommissioning Ceremony, Joseph C. Strasser Radm Dec 1988

Uss O'Callahan (Ff 1051) Decommissioning Ceremony, Joseph C. Strasser Radm

Biographical resources

This is the speech given by RADM Joseph C. Strasser, United States Navy, at the decommissioning ceremony of the USS O'Callahan (FF 1051). It includes a reference to Rev. Joseph T. O'Callahan, S.J., for whom the ship was named. It also recounts his heroic actions aboard the USS Franklin during World War II, thus making him first military chaplain to receive the Congresssional Medal of Honor.


Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 10, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1988

Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 10, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Muhlenberg County Heritage

“The Muhlenberg County [Kentucky] Heritage” was published four times a year by the Muhlenberg County Genealogical Society in Greenville, Kentucky, from 1978 to 2001. The cover title sometimes appears as “The Heritage.” The publication’s purpose was to support the society and to publish information about the genealogy, culture, and history of Muhlenberg County. A separate annual index was printed each year for volumes 1-14. Afterwards, each issue was indexed separately. Generally, the index is to surnames only.


The Grizzly, December 2, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Sidney Greenburg, Lenore Bailey, Fred Gladstone, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Judd Woytek, Peggy Hermann, Reed Coats, Kevin Murphy, M. Scott Landis, Bridget Algeo Dec 1988

The Grizzly, December 2, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Richard P. Richter, Lora L. Hart, Sidney Greenburg, Lenore Bailey, Fred Gladstone, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Judd Woytek, Peggy Hermann, Reed Coats, Kevin Murphy, M. Scott Landis, Bridget Algeo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

No Longer Stoned by Administration: Charges Dropped • 145 "Chickens" of Chadwick Chain Check In • Letter: Cross Country Earns Kudos • Lantern Thrives at Fifty-five • Peace Hosts a Challenge • Happy Hanukkah! • Happenin' Holidays • Hallelujah to Handel's Messiah Performance • Hermann and Murphy Take Grizzly Reins • Crossroads Debuts • Ursinus Hoopsters' Clutch Plays Lift Bears' to Fast Start • 'Mers Sunk by W.C. • Ursinus' Lady Bears Riding 4-Game Win Streak • Ursinus Gymnasts Open Season at Navy • Bravo! Bravo! • Speth Sets Better Limit • Dean Nace Leads MBA Race • Outstanding Alumnae Address Whitians • Maintenance Maintains Ursinus • Final Exam Schedule


The Role Of The Tobacco Trade In Turkish-American Relations, 1923-29., Robert Carey Goodman Dec 1988

The Role Of The Tobacco Trade In Turkish-American Relations, 1923-29., Robert Carey Goodman

Master's Theses

This study of the tobacco trade between Turkey and the United States provides new perspectives on two major themes in Turkish-American relations between 1923 and 1929: the effect of Turkish nationalism on American interests in Ataturk's Turkey, and the effort to restore Turkish- American diplomatic ties broken during World War I. The marked rise in American cigarette consumption after World War I made the tobacco trade a crucial link between Turkey and America because it required the importation of aromatic tobacco. During the Turkish Republic' s first decades, the value of American tobacco imports from Turkey exceeded the value ...


A Christmas Story: Under The Ice, Dan De Quille Dec 1988

A Christmas Story: Under The Ice, Dan De Quille

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


An Amish Mennonite Farmer Chooses Iowa, William B. Graber Dec 1988

An Amish Mennonite Farmer Chooses Iowa, William B. Graber

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


So We Stayed Together': The Tai Dam Immigrate To Iowa, Siang Bacthi Dec 1988

So We Stayed Together': The Tai Dam Immigrate To Iowa, Siang Bacthi

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Walking Straight: Claud Mcmillan And The Anti-Saloon League, William Cumberland Dec 1988

Walking Straight: Claud Mcmillan And The Anti-Saloon League, William Cumberland

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Index For 1988, Ginalie Swaim Dec 1988

Index For 1988, Ginalie Swaim

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Inventory And Assessment Of Cultural Resources Above The 1,551.5-Foot Contour Line, Stacy Reservoir Recreation Areas, Concho, Coleman, And Runnels Counties, Texas, Willliam A. Bryan, Michael B. Collins Dec 1988

Inventory And Assessment Of Cultural Resources Above The 1,551.5-Foot Contour Line, Stacy Reservoir Recreation Areas, Concho, Coleman, And Runnels Counties, Texas, Willliam A. Bryan, Michael B. Collins

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

In August and September 1986, personnel from Prewitt and Associates, Inc. conducted an inventory and assessment of cultural resources in five recreational area tracts above the conservation pool elevation of the proposed Stacy Reservoir in Concho, Coleman. and Runnels counties, Texas. These investigations were sponsored by the Colorado River Municipal Water District in compliance with federal requirements for a construction permit from the Corps of Engineers. Approximately 1,690 acres were surveyed. and five previously unrecorded sites were discovered and documented. Cairn feature sites 41CC213 and 41CC237 are deemed potentially significant and should be preserved or investigated to determine their ...


The Palimpsest, Vol.69 No.4, Winter 1988 Dec 1988

The Palimpsest, Vol.69 No.4, Winter 1988

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Gay Masquerade: Male Homosexuals In American Cities, 1910 To 1940, Steven L. Lewis Dec 1988

Gay Masquerade: Male Homosexuals In American Cities, 1910 To 1940, Steven L. Lewis

Masters Theses

Prior to 1900, American scientists struggled to formulate a sexual norm. Their categorization of sexuality ironically led to the creation of a label (homosexual) by which individuals created and expressed a sexual identity at variance with the newly created norm.

By 1910, the climate of moral reform (Progressivism) led to the discovery (and documentation) of a homosexual subculture in larger American cities. With Chicago and New York City as examples, the author documents the growth of this sexual underground in the period between 1910 and 1940. Using primary sources such as diaries, letters, autobiographies and novels, the world of the ...


Capitol Kaleidoscope: Victorian Stenciling In Iowa's Statehouse Dec 1988

Capitol Kaleidoscope: Victorian Stenciling In Iowa's Statehouse

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


De Quille Sells A Christmas Story, Lawrence I. Berkove Dec 1988

De Quille Sells A Christmas Story, Lawrence I. Berkove

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, November 18, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Lenore Bailey, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Fred Gladstone, Dorothy O'Malley, Neil Schafer, Veronica Algeo, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Christopher Harbach Nov 1988

The Grizzly, November 18, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Lenore Bailey, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Fred Gladstone, Dorothy O'Malley, Neil Schafer, Veronica Algeo, Michelle L. Grande, Matt Weintraub, Christopher Harbach

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Booze Ban - No Bomb - But No New Booze News • Hess Awarded Honorary Chair • Talent Show Dazzles Ursinus Community • Letters: Alumnus Voices Drug Concerns; Stuff it in Your Socks, Mr. Bill • Escape with Chiapparone • Meehan, U.C. Spoil Dickinson's Party • Pack Takes 3rd; O'Donohue Makes Nationals • Matters Fare Well at LaSalle Tourney • Circle Up with Circle K • Hoopsters Open with Cautious Optimism


Interview With Bonnie G. (Thompson) Fields, B. 1923 (Fa 210), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Nov 1988

Interview With Bonnie G. (Thompson) Fields, B. 1923 (Fa 210), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of interview with Bonnie G. (Thompson) Fields conducted by John W. Fields on 17 November 1988. From folk studies student project concerning Bonnie Fields’ life in Oklahoma during the Great Depression.


El Intendente, Los Comerciantes Y El "Comercio Libre" En Luisiana 1778-1788, Brian E. Coutts Nov 1988

El Intendente, Los Comerciantes Y El "Comercio Libre" En Luisiana 1778-1788, Brian E. Coutts

DLPS Faculty Publications

Spain acquired Louisiana from France in 1763 but was initially unsuccessful in integrating the distant colony into the Spanish commercial system. Encouraged by the colony’s chief financial officer, Intendant Martín Navarro, the Spanish Crown introduced legislation on January 22, 1782 to promote commerce. Free trade was to be permitted for ten years with designated ports in France. The liberal character of the code fostered the growth of numerous merchant companies in New Orleans who found markets for all of Louisiana’s exports in France, England and the French West Indies. Unfortunately, Spain continued to absorb all of the administrative ...


The Grizzly, November 11, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Kevin Murphy, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Dorothy O'Malley, Neil Schafer, Reed Coats, Robert Carmignani, Kerry Durgin, Christopher Harbach, Michelle L. Grande Nov 1988

The Grizzly, November 11, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Kevin Murphy, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Dorothy O'Malley, Neil Schafer, Reed Coats, Robert Carmignani, Kerry Durgin, Christopher Harbach, Michelle L. Grande

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Bush Takes Election: Republicans Win Four More • Students Voice Concerns: Richter and Kane Listen • Letter: Beam The Grizzly Up, Billy • Finzi's French's Forte • College's Music Program Reviewed • The Pack is Back with 5th MAC Title • Ladies Take Seventh • 'Mers Open Season • Soccer Booted in ECAC • The Grizzly Presents our Champion Team • Red and Gold Days: A Big Hit • Presenting Women's Achievement


The Grizzly, November 4, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Michelle L. Grande, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Veronica Algeo, Neil Schafer, Dorothy O'Malley Nov 1988

The Grizzly, November 4, 1988, Jean M. Kiss, Michelle L. Grande, Lora L. Hart, Richard P. Richter, Veronica Algeo, Neil Schafer, Dorothy O'Malley

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Continued Controversy Plagues Campus • Division III's Founding Athletics • Curriculum IDEAS Fire Faculty • Drive to be Closed • Letter: Guilty Till Proven Innocent: Democracy at Ursinus College • Conference a Great Success • Bear Pack Braces for Title Run • Seniors are Class of Hockey • "Career Day" to be Sponsored for Campus • Security Moves to Reimert • French Presents Finzi


The Octofoil, November/December 1988, Ninth Infantry Division Association Nov 1988

The Octofoil, November/December 1988, Ninth Infantry Division Association

The Octofoil

The Octofoil is the offical publication of the Ninth Infantry Division Association, Inc., an organization formed by the officers and men of the 9th Infantry Division in order to perpetuate the memory of fallen comrades, preserve the esprit de corps of the Division, promote peace and serve as an information bureau about the 9th Infantry Division. The Association is made up of 9th Infantry veterans from WWII and Vietnam, spouses, widows and lineal descendants.