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From: "Whitney, James E, II, NLSOP" <jewhitney -at-> Subject: RE: [WHITNEY-L] WHITNEY search Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 10:26:04 -0500 Shawn- I would suggest showing the <a href="http://">http://</a> address of the link you are using as a source. This will encourage off-line use of other hyper links to any free database. The volume of data out there is phenomenal. If we carry most of it back to the WRG- will the Rootsweb server hold it all? I have been limiting my WRG listings to "hits" on the line that I am currently researching. Maybe it is time to list hyper links to other sites on our WRG site. Of course I bookmark mine until I get tired of them or mine them dry. I found the advanced search option at the Cornell University site very powerful. Even my steam powered processor in my PC will run it. This week I made my first inter-library loan for several microfilm rolls from the New York Archives. My friends at the local library were so helpful. I hope I find some "goodies". Excuse the ramblings. I have had too much coffee! James E. Whitney, II -----Original Message----- From: Shawn Whitney -at- Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2000 9:23 PM To: WHITNEY-L -at- Subject: [WHITNEY-L] WHITNEY search Please accept my apology for clogging up the listserver with notes regarding these obscure publications. I just don't want this to slip through our fingers in case anyone is looking for these persons. I think if I post them here, they will automatically go into the archive and then be searchable. No? Thanks Shawn ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- Author: United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Other Author(s): United States. Congress House. Title: Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, inclosing his report on the petition of Jonathan Jackson; and the memorial of Abel Whitney; presented the 28th of November, and 11th of December last. : 18th April, 1798. Ordered to lie on the table. : Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Primary Material: Book Physical Description: Microform Subject(s): Jackson, Jonathan, 1743-1810. Whitney, Abel, 1756-1807. United States--Officials and employees--Salaries, etc. Publisher: Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Gales, no. 23, South Third Street., [1798] Description: 16 p. ; 22 cm. (8vo) Notes: Signatures: [A]4 B4. Microopaque. 23 x 15 cm. Indexed In: Evans Location: Olin Library Call Number: /Microprint/22 no. 34867 Status: Available ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Author: Whitney, Phineas, 1740-1819. Other Author(s): Ware, Henry, 1764-1845. Second Church (Hingham, Mass.). Title: A sermon, delivered January 1st, 1800, at the ordination of the Rev. Nicholas Bowes Whitney to the care of the Second Church and society in Hingham, as a colleague pastor with the Rev. Daniel Shute, D.D. / By Phineas Whitney, A.M. Primary Material: Book Physical Description: Microform Subject(s): Whitney, Nicholas Bowes, d. 1835. Publisher: Boston: : Printed by Manning & Loring, near the Old South Meeting-House., 1800. Description: 32 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo) Notes: Half-title: Mr. Whitney's sermon at the ordination of his son. Signatures: [A]4 B-D4. "The right hand of fellowship. By the Rev. Henry Ware, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Hingham."--p. [29]-32. Microopaque. 23 x 15 cm. Indexed In: Evans Location: Olin Library Call Number: /Microprint/22 no. 39096 Status: Available ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------- Author: Cogswell, James, 1720-1807. Title: A funeral sermon, delivered at Brooklyn, on the 29th day of October 1789. At the interment of Mrs. Lois Whitney, consort of the Reverend Josiah Whitney, who died on the 27th day of said October, in the 51st year of her age. / By James Cogswell, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Windham. ; [Four lines from Young] Primary Material: Book Physical Description: Microform Subject(s): Whitney, Lois, 1738-1789. Publisher: Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by John Trumbull,, M,D,CC,XC. [1790] Description: [2], 22 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo) Notes: Signatures: [A]4 B-C4 ([A]1 blank). Microopaque. 23 x 15 cm. Indexed In: Evans Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut, Location: Olin Library Call Number: /Microprint/22 no. 22408 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Title: The life of Captain James Whitney containing his most remarkable robberies and other adventures, &c., continued to his execution near Smithfield Bars, the first of February, 1692/3. Primary Material: Book Physical Description: Microform Subject(s): Whitney, James, d. 1693. Publisher: London : Printed for A.R. ..., [1693] Description: [2], 30 p. Notes: Errata: p. 30. Reproduction of original in Huntington Library. Microfilm. 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. Indexed In: Wing Location: Olin Library Call Number: Film 1297 719:11 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Author: Hatheway family. Title: Hatheway family papers, 1788-[ca. 1900] Primary Material: Mixed Material Subject(s): Bickford, Hiram Hooker. Boyd, Caroline, 1848-1882. Boyd, Welthea Hannah Hatheway, 1817-1855. Hatheway, Calvin Luther, 1821-1885. Hatheway, Elizabeth Dorothea, 1823-1908. Hatheway, George Rodney, 1815-1839. Hatheway, John Shadrach, 1813-1853. Hatheway, Lavinia Mathilda, 1819-1885. Hatheway, Samuel Gilbert, 1780-1867. Hatheway, Samuel Gilbert, Hatheway, Shadrach. Roe, Francis A. Whitney, Benajah T. Whitney, Sarah Hatheway, 1811-1872. Democratic Party (U.S.) New York (State). Legislature. New York (State). Militia. United States. Army. United States. Congress. House. Banks and banking. Commerce. Education. Slavery. Voyages and travel. Women teachers. Clarkville (Tenn.)--Social life and customs. Europe--Description and travel. Italy--Politics and government. New York (State)--Politics and government. Oregon. United States--Politics and government. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. Mexican War, 1846-1848. Hathaway, Samuel Gilbert, Description: 4.6 cubic ft. Notes: Correspondence relating to family matters, presidential elections (1832-52), New York politics, and chartering of banks; commissions, certificates, petitions, orders, and other records of the New York State Militia, 19th Division; and bills and receipts of Samuel Gilbert Hatheway; personal and professional correspondence, speeches, and military records of Samuel Gilbert Hatheway Jr., including letters (1858-59) from Francis A. Roe describing political unrest in Italy; correspondence, military papers, and memorabilia of Major John Shadrach Hatheway, 1st Artillery Regiment, relating chiefly to his Mexican War service and his command of Columbia Barracks, Fort Vancouver, Oregon Territory; student letters, essays and other papers of George Rodney Hatheway; papers of Calvin Luther Hatheway of Solon, New York, relating to his business interests, militia service, state and local politics, and Democratic Party strife (1860); correspondence of Sarah Hatheway Whitney and her husband Dr. Benajah T. Whitney, including letters from Clarksville, Tennessee, concerning social life and slavery, and from California (1850-51); correspondence and scrapbooks of Elizabeth Dorothea Hatheway relating to her studies, her teaching activities in the antebellum South, her travels in Europe, and current affairs; and miscellaneous letters and papers of Hiram Hooker Bickford, Caroline Boyd, Lavinia Mathilda Hatheway, Shadrach Hatheway (fl. 1788), and Welthea Hannah (Hatheway) Boyd. Samuel Gilbert Hatheway (or Hathaway, 1780-1867), a native of Bristol County, Massachusetts, moved to New York State in 1803. He was a justice of the peace from 1810-1858; served as a member of the State Assembly in 1814 and 1818 (from Cortland County); served in the State Senate in 1822; was a major general in the New York Militia, 1823-1858; was elected to Congress as a Democrat in 1833; was a presidential elector on the Democratic ticket of Pierce and Ring, 1852; and was a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1860. His son, Samuel Gilbert Hatheway, Jr. (1810-1864) was a lawyer, state legislator, and Union Army officer of Elmira, New York. Folder list; partial item list. Indexed In: Described in REPORT OF THE CURATOR AND ARCHIVIST, 1962-66. Location: Kroch Library Rare & Manuscripts Call Number: Archives 2281 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Author: Grafton, David. Title: The sisters : Babe Mortimer Paley, Betsey Roosevelt Whitney, Minnie Astor Fosburgh : the life and times of the fabulous Cushing sisters / David Grafton. Primary Material: Book Subject(s): Paley, Babe Mortimer. Whitney, Betsey Cushing Roosevelt, 1908- Fosburgh, Minnie Astor. Cushing family. Women--United States--Biography. Sisters--United States--Biography. Upper class--United States--Social life and customs--20th century. Publisher: New York : Villard Books, 1992. Description: 1st ed. xiv, 316 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-296) and index. Location: Olin Library Call Number: CT3260 .G72x 1992 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Author: United States. Securities and Exchange Commission. Title: United States of America before the Securities and exchange commission in the matter of Richard Whitney, Edwin D. Morgan, jr., F. Kingsley Rodewald, Henry D. Mygatt, Daniel G. Condon, John J. McManus, and estate of John A. Hayes, individually and as partners doing business as Richard Whitney & company. Pursuant to section 21(a) of the Securities exchange act of 1934 ... Primary Material: Book Subject(s): Whitney, Richard, 1888- Richard Whitney & Company. Publisher: Washington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1938. Description: 3 v. tables. 23 cm. Table of Contents: I. Report on investigation II. Transcript of hearings III. Exhibits. Location: Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Call Number: KF1071 .A87 Status: Available ______________________________ Location: Olin Library Call Number: HG4556.A5 A588 Status: Available Volumes : v.1-3 ============================================================================ ==== Author: Broderick, John T. (John Thomas), b. 1866. Title: Willis Rodney Whitney : pioneer of industrial research / by John T. Broderick ; with foreword by Dr. Karl T. Compton. Primary Material: Book Subject(s): Whitney, Willis Rodney, 1868-1958. Scientists--United States--Biography. Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : Fort Orange Press, 1946. Description: 2nd ed. 324 p., [7] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. Notes: Includes index. Location: Olin Library Call Number: QD22.W62 B86 1946 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Author: McCaleb, Walter Flavius, 1873-1967. Title: Brotherhood of railroad trainmen; with special reference to the life of Alexander F. Whitney, Primary Material: Book Subject(s): Whitney, Alexander Fell, 1873- Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Publisher: New York, A. & C. Boni [c1936] Description: xvi, 273 p. pl., ports., facsims. 21 cm. Location: ILR Library (Ives Hall) Call Number: HD6515.R45 M3 Status: Available ______________________________ Location: ILR Library (Ives Hall) Call Number: HD6515.R45 M3 Status: Available ______________________________ Location: ILR Library Kheel Center Reference Call Number: HD6515.R45 M3 Status: Available ============================================================================ ==== Author: Whitney, Clara A. Other Author(s): Steele, M. William, 1942- Ichimata, Tamiko, 1912- Title: Clara's diary : an American girl in Meiji, Japan / Clara A. N. Whitney ; edited by M. William Steele and Tamiko Ichimata. Primary Material: Book Subject(s): Whitney, Clara, A. Americans--Japan--Biography. Japan--Social life and customs--1868-1912 Japan--Politics and government--1868-1912 Japan--Biography. Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, 1979. Description: 1st ed. 353 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. Notes: Includes index. Location: Kroch Library Asia copy1 Temporarily Shelved at Uris Library Reserve Call Number: DS822.25 .W62 Status: Available ============================================================================ ====

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