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Livingston C. Lord


Series 1: Livingston C. Lord, 1898-1933
Consists of original and duplicate correspondence files and administrative reference files detailing matters of the functions, procedures, organization, and policy decision-making of the Office of the President of Eastern Illinois University.
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Lord, Livingston C. (1851-1933)
Box 1
Folder 1: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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Reasons for New Greenhouse.
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Piano Recital Programme performed by Miss Gill and Miss Koch.
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To Lord. From Eva Brown. Correspondence regarding Normal School admission information and catalogue request.
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To L.C. Lord. From Cleo Murtlaud. Correspondence concerning book form publication of Industrial  Arithmetic Problems by The Manhattan Trade School for Girls.
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To Prof L. C. Lord. From ?. H. ?an?yne. Correspondence concerning recommendation of Mr Allen Kline as potential student.
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Document concerning qualifications of Edgar Robinson, graduate of the University of Wisconsin, as Teacher of History and of Public Speaking.
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To L. C. Lord. From Eva L. Simpson. Correspondence concerning teacher of Reading position.
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To whom it may concern. From C. O. Bayer. Correspondence recommending Eva L. Simpson as teacher.
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To whom it may concern. From Hiram Lyrce. Correspondence recommending Eva L. Simpson as teacher.
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To whom it may concern. From W.H. Lee. Correspondence recommending Eva L. Simpson as teacher.
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Document from Librarian of Congress in Washington D.C. for Document Division.
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Document from Librarian of Congress in Washington D.C. for Document Division.
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Document from Librarian of Congress in Washington D.C. for Document Division.
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Envelope from Librarian of Congress in Washington D.C. for Document Division.
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To L.C. Lord. From H.S. Spalding S. ?. Correspondence concerning missing college credits for Mr. Arthur B. Curry.
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To The Registrar of E.I.S.N.S. From Clara B. Harshbarger. Correspondence to request sending credits to matriculate in University.
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To Mr Lord. From ????er Harrion. Correspondence concerning possible position at University.
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To Mr Lord. From Thorence Harrison. Correspondence recommending the admittance of Dorothy Derickson to Eastern.
Item 19: 1915
To Mr Lord. From Fl??r??ce Ha????.Correspondence concerning teaching position at Eastern and arrival.
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To President Lord. From Mrs. Flora Harris. Correspondence for providing room and board for new students at Harris residence.
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Filled-out contract of Sadie Harn?o? with The Thurston Teachers' Agency.
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PLAIN TALK TO STUDENTS. President Hadley's statement to students concerning college temptations.
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To Pres. Lord. From Dor??h?n Honglin-Hayden. Correspondence to meet with Lord near Charleston during a reading tour.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Grace ?. Haworth. Correspondence concerning vacancy at Eastern for History and German teacher.
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Grammar information.
Folder 2: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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In response to requests for suggestions concerning school garden work in district schools.
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To Mr. Lord. From Margaret Graham. Correspondence concerning Graham's work and attendance at Eastern.
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List of names.
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To L. C. Lord. From W. M. Grissou? J. Correspondence requesting Lord to speak in Metropolis, Ill. for group of teachers.
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To Dr. L. C. Lord. From Sara Rag??? Hammond. Correspondence concerning Hammond's tour and inquiring Lord's interest if it visits Charleston.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Jon Hamilton. Correspondence requesting normal's tuition fees and date of term's commencement.
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To Sir. From (Miss) Nellie Hastings. Correspondence concerning attendance at a Normal.
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To President L. C. Lord. From ? Harwood. Correspondence to request filling application to be forwarded to Examiner of University of Chicago.
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To President Lord, E. I. S. N. S. From Stella L. Hart. Correspondence concerning the attendance of Hart's twin sisters.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From J. G. Hart. Correspondence requesting recommendation of G. M. Comstock to attend Harvard College.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Helen Hart. Correspondence inquiring housekeeping vacancy.
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To Prf L. C. Lord. From John Goodwine Jr. Correspondence concerning the qualification of Miss Verna Ault as 3rd and 4th grade teacher.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From M. Anita ?ochuaue. Correspondence to apply for Reading vacancy at Normal School.
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To Mr Lord. From Henrietta Gliss?air. Correspondence to request recommendation for teaching position.
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To Sir. From GINN & COMPANY. Correspondence concerning the publication of new text-books.
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Extracts from letter written by Professor W. M. Davis of Harvard regarding Mr. George d. Hubbard's qualifications as a teacher of Geography.
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To Sir. From GINN & COMPANY. Correspondence concerning the publication of new text-books.
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To Pres. Lord. From Florence E. Gardiner. Correspondence to decline summer work offer.
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To Livingston C. Lord. From Mr. Chas. W. Gamble. Correspondence to inquire Lord's wish to arrange appearance of ERNEST GAMBLE CONCERT PARTY.
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To Prof. L. C. Lord. From Mrs. C. G. Gamble. Correspondence to inquire academic progress of Gamble's sister.
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To Mr. Lord. From Mr. H. Gallagher. Correspondence to request phone call at Palmer House.
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To Mr. Lord. From Hattie Galbreath. Correspondence to excuse Galbreath for term.
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Correspondence advertising GREGORY TALC BLACKBOARD & CRAYON CO.
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To Whom it May Concern. From Dr. Chas. E. Green. Correspondence to communicate Frank Vail's children have not been exposed to contagious disease.
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To Whom it May Concern. From Dr. Chas E. Green. Correspondence to assure Miss McKelvie may attend school.
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To President L. C. Lord. From John H. Gray. Correspondence to decide upon future meeting.
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To Miss Grace Ervalt. From Beatrice Graybill. Correspondence to inquire room and board.
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To President Lord. From Charles H. Gray. Correspondence to accept position.
Folder 3: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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To President L. C. Lord. From Margaret Metcalf. Correspondence to apply for summer school primary teacher vacancy.
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To Presidents of Normal Schools. From J. A. Merrill, A. D. Whealdon, A. D. S. Gillett, Committee. Correspondence to call Normal school people to advocate retirement allowance for Normal school teachers.
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To President L. C. Lord. From J. T. ?neloy. Correspondence to verify character of Miss Marguerite A. Kelly as Fourth Grade teacher.
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To President Livingston C. Lord. From J. T. ?neley. Correspondence of thanks to Lord for answered teacher inquiries.
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To Sir. From James A Dieus and Co. Correspondence concerning Dieus's building materials with mention of receiver’s intention to build new gymnasium.
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From Edward W. Davidson. Announcement from Department of the Interior concerning map for sale.
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To Darnell & Beckman. Postcard to announce the name, address, Address, School, Date of Commencement of the Chairman of the Committee on Invitations Etc. for Commencement, or President of the Graduating Class.
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To Dr. Lord. From JW?. Correspondence to express concern of story from Mr. Cleveland about Mr. Brigg's fighting History because of John Covic's connection to it.
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To Pres. Lord. From Homer L. Cooks. Correspondence to request students who are either teachers or intending to enter the profession.
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To Miss E?walt. From Mame C. Davis. Correspondence to address missing pocket book.
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To our subscribers. From Doubleday Page & Co. Correspondence to broaden circulation of The World.
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Presentation of Mr. S. M. Holladay by Midland Chautaqua Circuit.
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Two Dozen Don'ts in English.
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To Livingston C. Lord L. L. D. From (Miss) Hallie Drake Ablong. Correspondence to inquire dormitory room availability.
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To Dr. L. L. Lord. From Eleanor Durfee. Correspondence to inquire about boarding.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Alma Kathryn Bush. Correspondence to request statement at 1908 Summer term.
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To Mr. Lord. From Mrs. G. P. Carnes. Correspondence to ask removal and reprimand of Mi?sGaiser.
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Memorandum of Prices for The Century Seating Company. Booklet.
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To Sir. From A. J. Davis. Correspondence to advertise the prices and products of The Century Seating Company.
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To Professor Lord. From Mate Edman. Correspondence to ask if tenth number of Normal School Bulletin is for free distribution.
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To Miss Slocum. From M?. Eastin. Correspondence to deny Edward's guilt and to reprimand Slocum.
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To Mr. Blair. From Mrs. Eastin. Correspondence to excuse Ralph for tardiness and to warn Blair against sending him home.
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To Mr. Lord. From Mrs. Eastin. Correspondence to request that Lord accompany Ralph to see Mr. Blair.
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To Mr. Lord. From Mrs. Walter Eastin. Correspondence to request three or four gentlemen and two ladies.
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Book R
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To Dr. L. C. Lord. From Mrs. Eads. Correspondence to request a room with Miss Gunn in the Woman's Building.
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To Mr. Lord. From Georgia Elliott. Correspondence to inquire about critic teacher search.
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From Elite Engraving Co. Correspondence to announce prepared samples for commencement season.
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To President Lord. From Miss Cecil? Elam. Correspondence to request contact information for room and board in Charleston.
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To President Lord. From Miss Cecile Elam. Correspondence to request information concerning the start of summer Normal, expenses, and work to pay for said expenses.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. Correspondence to declaim connection to S. A. Vesey.
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To Pres. of Eastern State Normal. From Julia C?nnan. Correspondence to request room availability in Woman's Building.
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THE REQUISITE. William Ellery Channing.
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Order from James B. ?low.
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Order from James B. ?low.
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Order from James B. ?low.
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To G. W. Williams. From ?. A. Caldwell. Correspondence to see school board.
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Order.
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To Sir. From May Clark. Correspondence to inform Sir of May's age and studies.
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From Mrs. E. H. Clark. Correspondence to inform of two furnished bedrooms for male students.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From (Mrs) John T Childress. Correspondence regarding music and drawing lessons for Chil??ss daughter. Requests lessons from Prof. Koch.
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FACULTY.
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Funk Brothers Seed Company. Advertising pamphlet.
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IN FELMLEY'S HANDS. WAGE SCALE FOR LABORERS. Arbitration Board for Builders Decides Normal Man's Report Will Be Accepted as Final. Newspaper Clipping.
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FACULTY.
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FACULTY.
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To College. From Geo C. Bronson. Correspondence to hope to receive attention of College.
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From F. A. Brooks. Correspondence to advertise electrical business of Brooks.
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To Miss Ewalt. From Richard Brooks. Correspondence for book fine money.
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To Pres. State Normal School. From Helen Frances Clute. Correspondence to inquire about English Department vacancies.
Folder 4: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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From Madame Birdice Blye. Business card
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To Dr. Livingston Lord. From D. O. Barts. Correspondence to request garden plot diagram.
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Book list.
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Book list and prices.
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Book list.
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Some Semi-popular Books of Science for a City Library. Book list.
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Book list.
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To President. From F. R. Boococh. Correspondence to request names and home addresses of Normal School graduating class.
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OF INTEREST TO BIRD LOVERS. BOOKS ABOUT BIRDS. SELECTED FROM THE LIST OF HOUGHTON MIFFLIN & CO.
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TO EMER. BY S. H. M. BYERS. Poem.
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To Mr. Lord. From William Blake. Correspondence to recommend Mr. Logic as superintendent.
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BANDA ROSSA. Program. LYON & HEALY "OWN MAKE" BAND INSTRUMENTS endorsement.
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First American Tour. MR. DAVID BAXTER. Scotch Basso. Program.
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To A. A. Barnes. From Miss Yola Burton. Correspondence to request catalogue.
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Correspondence to request order 1 gallon 40% formalin from Bausch and Lombaptcal Co.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Emma Bates. Correspondence to apply for position at school.
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To President Lord. From Bacter?.  Correspondence concerning Lord's knowledge about program.
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To Pres. of The State Normal. From Miss Pearle Barnette. Correspondence to request catalogue to attend summer school.
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To L. C. Lord. From S. Jane Baumes. Correspondence to inquire about Reading department vacancy. Letters of recommendation attached.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Miss Mabel Beabout. Correspondence to request addresses of places to obtain rooms during summer session of Norman.
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To Pres. Lord. From Chas Beach. Correspondence concerning musical performance.
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To Sir. From L. A. Bechler. Correspondence to confirm music performance date.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Anna Beiswrnger. Correspondence to inquiry about primary teacher vacancy for summer school.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From E?w Beisbarth. Correspondence to request information regarding Normal.
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From H. ?. Bell. Page two of correspondence concerning the purchase of teeth.
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To Secretary of Lecture Committee. From Chas E. Bentley. THE CHICAGO LYCEUM BUREAU. Correspondence to advertise the availability of the Cincinnati Ladies Cremona Orchestra in central territory.
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From Chas A. Bevis. Page two of correspondence concerning NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
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The Bilioustine, A Periodical of Knock. Advertisement.
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To Secretary of Normal School. From Anne de? Bleyker. Correspondence to inquire about onth?es of geography and arithmetic.
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The work provided for the summer in biology is as follows.
Folder 5: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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To Mr L. C. Lord. From Thos M Ballietti. NIGHT LETTER. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Correspondence to inform Lord that Ballietti is engaged for three weeks at Knoxville and will spend a week in Illinois afterwards.
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AMBERG FILE & INDEX CO.For Cabinet No. 38168. Order form.
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AMBERG FILE & INDEX CO.For Cabinet No. 38168. Order form.
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THE ATLANTA RIOT. What Mr. John Temple Graves Says Of Its Cause. Newspaper clipping.
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12 Jordan: Manual of ?. 6 ? manual of Botany A. B. C.
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From Geo D. Hubbard. Apparatus. List.
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Applicants at Charleston.
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Our Lands located in MANITOBA & NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. Advertisement and map.
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From Anonymous. Correspondence.
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To President L. C. Lord. From (Miss) A. D. Aepiner. Correspondence to inquire on interest in lecture on subjects of Foreign ?auel.
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Articles of glassware selected from Catalog of Alton Glass Works.
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Notification of publication of chapters from A. L. A. Manual of Library Economy.
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Notification of revised edition of List of Subject Headings for a Dictionary Catalog.
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From American Publishers' Association, Chicago, IL, U.S.A. A Word of Explanation of Portrait Fee. Vignette Medallion Portrait Engravings with receive insertion in the Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography. Form 10--500---No....,....
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To Mr. Lord. From Mr. Tholl Anderson & Mr. Chas McAdams. Correspondence to request an announcement that Wade Hall farm can't allow further picnicking.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From ARCADE DEPARTMENT STORE. Correspondence to request a reference for Mr. John W. Finley.
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To Sir. From THE ARCHITECTURAL RECORD. Correspondence to advertise the Architectural Record.
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Eastern Ill. State Normal. Price list.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From G. J. M. Porter. Correspondence to advertise Mr. Frank Ricketts as sales agent for Automatic Electric Clock Company.
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To Miss Frances E. Netmorn. From Jas G. Baker. Correspondence to request grades to be sent.
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To Prof. Lord, Pres. of the State Normal School. From D. H. BALDWIN & CO. Correspondence to arranging tuning pianos.
Folder 6: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Fred Koch. Correspondence to communicate publishing house selections.
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The Following Bulletins are Available for Distribution to These Residents of New York State Who May Desire Them.
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The Lessons to Be Learned by the Teacher of Normal Pupils from Experience in Teaching Arithmetic to the Blind.
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From AUNE & HAUGAN, Colonizers. Good Investments! Good Homes! Advertisement.
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To Esteemed Friend. From A. P. W. PAPER CO. Correspondence to advertise A. P. W. toilet paper.
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From E. S. Freeman. Correspondence.
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The Celebrated "Bixby Letter." Facsimile of the Original Manuscript on Exhibition at Huber's Museum in New York City.
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SOME RESOURCES OF THE LIBRARY. List.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From B. B. James. Correspondence to inquire Physics and Chemistry instructor vacancy.
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A HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT WORKING PEOPLE. Advertisement.
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GREENHOUSE CONTRUCTION ESTIMATE BLANK. LORD & BURNHAM CO.
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To Dr. Lord. From Belle C. Kleeman. Correspondence to request Dr. Lord to speak at Woman's Club.
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To Sir. From Ginn & Company. Correspondence to order textbooks.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From ??? F. Bird. Correspondence to confirm performance time and price.
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To Otis W. Caldwell. From W. H. Lowdermilk & Co. per J. T. Loomis. Correspondence in respond to interest in copy of the Tenth Census Report of Forestry.
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To L. C. Lord, Esq. From W. H. Lowdermilk & Co. per J. S. Loomis. Correspondence in response to interest in complete Tenth Census set.
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THE FORELOPER. (The hitherto lost poem). Rudyard Kipling.
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District report. Blank postcard.
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District School in Groups for Circulating Library, Winnebago Co., Ill. Time card.
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SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE WEBSTER-COOLEY LANGUAGE BOOKS.
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SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE WEBSTER-COOLEY LANGUAGE SERIES.
Item 22: Lord Correspondence, Undated
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From A. C. McClurg & Co. Correspondence to advertise circular on Black Hawk War.
Item 23: LCLP_01060023, LCLP_01060023b, Undated
To Mr. J. F. McCullough. From Isabel Lawrence. To Mr. J. F. McCullough. From Maude C. Schilplin. To Mr. J. F. McCullough. From W. A. Shoemaker. Correspondences to recommend Miss Frances Cravens as Dean of Women.
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Statement of Record of Miss Frances O. Craven.
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To Professor Lord. From (Miss) Mary Simpson. Correspondence to requestion lecture on nature for Shelbyville Woman's Club.
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P. Ringer & Hertzberg. Address.
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List of Holders of Lindly Scholarship.
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To FELLOW TEACHER. From ELBERT WALLER. Correspondence to announce publication of "A Brief History of Illinois" by Waller.
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To Mgr. Tennis Charleston Normal School. From L. S. Wallace, Mgr. Tennis. Correspondence to arrange spring tennis tournament.
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To Dr. L. C. Lord. From V. Scheible. Correspondence to send the Annual Catalogue of the School of Expression, December number of "EXPRESSION," and list of books of Dr. S.S. Curry.
Folder 7: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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To Dr. Livingston Lord. From Helen M. Hefferman. Correspondence to arrange for Dr. Livingston Lord to address the Illinois Congress of Mothers.
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To Dr. Livingston Lord. From Helen M. Hefferman. Correspondence to arrange for Dr. Livingston Lord to address the Illinois Congress of Mothers.
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To Dr. Livingston Lord. From Helen M. Hefferman. Correspondence to arrange for Dr. Livingston Lord to address the Illinois Congress of Mothers and to specifically request topic of School Masters Club.
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To Dr. Livingston Lord. From Helen M. Hefferman. Correspondence to confirm Dr. Livingston Lord's address to the Illinois Congress of Mothers.
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To President Lord. From J. W. Henninger. Correspondence to recommend someone as English assistant at Normal.
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To Prest L. C. Lord. From E. J. James. Telegraph to notify Lord of normal school of ills campaign against proposed building of school of education for state universities.
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Edith M. Ingersoll. Business Card.
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Members of Illinois Teachers' Reading Circle.
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To L. C. Lord. From H. F. Dorwin. Correspondence from Illinois State Journal Company to invite inquiries for printing jobs.
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To Mr. Lord. From Lillian Dillman. Correspondence to apologize for talking and laughing during recital.
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From Newt ? Lyean. Correspondence to inform that Mr. Juan Goble has recovered from chicken pox.
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To President of State Normal. From Elsie Hill. Correspondence to request information about six week term at normal school.
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To Miss Lacey. From Mrs. Hosfield. Correspondence on academic progress of Farrell.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Alice B. Horne. Correspondence to announce visit at tower on way to Duluth.
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To Registar of Eastern Illinois Normal. From (Miss) Frankie Holton. Correspondence on problems regarding statement of credits.
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To Eastern Illinois State Normal. From Huyler's. Correspondence to offer free exhibition of cocoa beans to schools.
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To State Normal School. From Chester Hume. Correspondence to express interest in entering school.
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To Pres. Lord. From E. A. Huff. Correspondence to request recommendation for potential teachers.
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To L. C. Lord. From R. G. Jones. Telegraph to ask opinion on Melville Glassco.
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To the University Research Extension. Filled out form to request complete set of University Research Library.
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To Miss Ewalt. From Carrie E. Jones. Correspondence to communicate that sister of Jones will not go to Charleston until spring.
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List of owners and list of opinions on Joliet Dustless Cleaner Company.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Evrett P. Johnston. Correspondence to inquire after Oratory teacher vacancy.
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Visitor's Admission Card to Jewish Training School .
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Booklet for rubber specialties for Jenkins Brothers.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From R. ? Jennings.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Fred J Jeffrey. Correspondence to inquire aboutopen chemistry and physics position.
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To my dear sir. Correspondence to inquire about faculty vacancy in pedagogy or philosophy.
Folder 8: Lord Correspondence, Undated
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Annie M. Keiler. Correspondence to inquire about patriotic work as part of the school's curriculum.
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To L. C. Lord, Pres. From ?la M. Kinkaid. Correspondence to inquire about Geography teaching vacancy.
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From Miss I. M. Kimball. Correspondence to announce a summer art school in Kiceville, Iowa.
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To Miss. Ewalt. From Carl Kibler. Correspondence to send bank draft to pay for loan.
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To Dr. Lord. From J. A. Kern. Correspondence to explain Vern Kern has malaria.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Ella E. Larason. Correspondence to inquire about vacancy at school. Three letters of recommendation for her enclosed.
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From O??ian H. Lang. Correspondence to announce new magazine, Young America.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From E. B. Servis. Correspondence to accept position at State Normal School.
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To L. C. Lord, Pres. From Myrtle Leuty. Inquiry on expense of summer school.
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To Dr. Lord. From Habe?? LeSourd. Correspondence to receive literature for the March Institute.
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To whom it may concern. From F. E. Lockerby. Correspondence to acknowledge the resume of Miss Metta Damon.
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Carbolic Acid Disinfecting Powder. Advertisement.
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C.A. Locke & Co. Carbolic Acid Disinfecting Powder. Advertisement.
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To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Stanley MacGilligan. Correspondence to verify grade record details and to notify of possible attendance at school of Wallace Carnie.
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To President Livingston C. Lord. From R. L. Lyman. Correspondence to recommend George C. Lellery for school position.
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To Superintendent, Eastern Illinois State Normal School. From Ernest Marryall. Correspondence to seek a book recommendation for agriculture students.
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To Registar. From R. M. Manley. Correspondence to request catalogue.
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From John S. Maurer. Correspondence to announce established headquarters of the Fostoria Incandescent Lamp Co.
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To Pres. Eastern Ill Normal. From Peter Mason. Correspondence to request expense estimate to attend school.
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To Prof. L. C. Lord. From Miss Stella Marshall. Correspondence to request help to find a room for spring and summer.
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To Prof. Lord. From Judson Marshall. Correspondence to request a catalogue.
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To Pres. L. C. Lord. From J. S. McIntosh. Correspondence to respond to a reference request about Mr. G. W. Dunham.
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To Mr. Livingston Lord. From Mabel McSloaine. Correspondence to inquire about assistant librarian vacancy.
Folder 9: Lord Correspondence, 1886, 1896
Illinois State Normal University. Record of Anne Romans.
Item 1: 1886
To Lord. From W. M. West. Correspondence to communicate teacher paperwork.
Item 2: 1892-1893
Booklet of Hume High School Course of Study.
Item 3: 1896
To Dr. Livingston Lord. From Mrs. Millm S. Fl?sheim. Correspondence to request an address in front of the Chicago Women's Aid.
Item 4: 1897
Illinois State Normal University. Record of Edward Franklin Ho??.
Item 5: 1897
Illinois State Normal University. Record of Blanche James.
Item 6: 1897
Illinois State Normal University. Record of Robert Logan.
Item 7: 1898
Illinois State Normal University. Record of Anne Romans.
Folder 10: Lord Correspondence, 1899-1910, Undated
Item 1: 1899-1910
To Sir. From C. E. Wilson. Correspondence to introduce Mr. O. M. Pinkley and to mention "History of Coles County."
Item 2: 1899-1910
From Williams, Brown & Earle. Correspondence to advertise scientific equipment.
Item 3: 1899-1910
List of Periodicals.
Item 4: 1899-1910
To Mr. Lord. From Mrs. Henry Peck. Correspondence on her daughter's health.
Item 5: 1899-1910
To Prof. Lord. From J. A. Parker. Correspondence to invite Lord to hypnotist performance.
Item 6: 1899-1910
To President Livingston C. Lord. From M. V. O'Shea. Correspondence to promote book, Education as Adjustment, by O'Shea.
Item 7: 1899-1910
Music list.
Item 8: 1899-1910
Room and board information of Lois Morgan.
Item 9: 1899-1910
To Mr. Lord. From Besse Mills. Correspondence to request boarding place and to communicate time of her leaving for Charleston.
Item 10: 1899-1990
From Richards & Co., Ltd. Correspondence to express regret about failing to send specific ordered goods.
Item 11: 1899-1910
The Riddell Lectures. Pamphlet.
Item 12: 1899-1910
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Nellei Miles. Correspondence to request catalogue.
Item 13: 1899-1990
Outline in Number Work. For October. Suggestions as to Methods.
Item 14: 1899-1910
Illustrative Lessons for Model School.
Item 15: 1899-1910
Illustrative Lessons for Model School.
Item 16: 1904-1905
From The Poet Lore Company. Correspondence to inform that Winter number of Poet Lore has been delayed.
Folder 11: Lord Correspondence, 1899-1912
Item 1: 1899-1912
To Dr. Lord. Crom J. H. Weh??hoff. Correspondence to request grades for son.
Item 2: 1899-1912
Song list.
Item 3: 1910-1911
The water from 36 wells has been examined. Correspondence.
Item 4: 1910-1911
To Mr. Lord. From Anna F. T. P?ttel. Correspondence to express regret that P?ttel cannot leave home.
Folder 12: Lord Correspondence, 1899
Item 1: 1899-1900
Illinois Pupils Reading Circle. Booklet.
Item 2: 1899
Niemaun & Weinhardt Table Co. Order Placement.
Item 3: 1899
Periodicals. Price list booklet.
Item 4: 1899
Books for Presents. G. P. Putman's Sons. Christmas Catalogue.
Folder 13: Lord Correspondence, 1899
Item 1: 1899
To Whom it May Concern. From Board of Education, Parker University. Correspondence to certify that Miss Mary E. Harris was preceptress at Parker University.
Item 2: 1899
Price List of Publications of Scott, Foresman & Company. Booklet.
Folder 3: 1899
Chaudler & Barber. Hardware Materials List. Caroline A Foobes.
Item 4: 1899
Constitution of the Illinois State Normal Oratorical Association.
Item 5: 1899
From Carrie B. Sharp. To Whom It May Concern. From Elmer C. Griffith. From John Mason Duncan. To Whom It May Concern. From H. F. Fisk. From D. Bonbright. Correspondences to recommend Miss Ginevera F. Tompkins as teacher.
Item 6: May 25, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From M. S. Parker. Correspondence to recommend Miss Mary E. Harris as instructor and disciplinarian.
Item 7: June 17, 1890
To Whom It May Concern. From E. A. Parkes. Correspondence to recommend Miss. Mary E. Harris as teacher.
Item 8: June 24, 1895
To Whom it May Concern. From R. P. Crandall. Correspondence to recommend Miss Mary E. Harris as teacher and disciplinarian.
Item 9: July 19, 1887
To Whom It May Concern. From A. Gaylord Slocum. Correspondence to recommend Miss Mary E. Harris as teacher.
Item 10: September 4, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From Charles R. Skinner. Correspondence to recommend Miss Mary E. Harris as teacher.
Folder 14: Lord Correspondence, January-May 1899
Item 1: January-May 1899
Testimonials for Prof. A. A. Hibner.
Item 2: January-May 1899
The Artists' Friend Drawing Tables and Easels. Booklet.
Item 3: 1899
New Descriptive Retail Catalogue of the Publications of the Public-School Publishing Co. Booklet.
Item 4: January 4, 1899
Library Bureau Bill.
Item 5: January 28, 1899
To Sir. From D. C. Heath & Co. Correspondence to promote publications of D. C. Heath & Co.
Item 6: March 20, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From R. E. Kidder. Correspondence to promote catalogue and price list of drawing tables.
Item 7: January-May 1899
Articles and correspondences attesting to background of Professor J. S. Gifford.
Item 8: April 11, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From M. A. Smith, Mrs. Stuckey, A. H. Carr. Correspondence to recommend Mary Fran Llin as teacher.
Item 9: April 24, 1895
To the Public. From J. A. Joseph. Correspondence to certify that S. A. Dorris was student at Central Normal College.
Item 10: April 27, 1899
To Whom Presented. From A. O. Moon. Correspondence to recommend Prof. A. A. Hibner as teacher.
Item 11: May 13, 1897
To Whom It May Concern. From Edward Searing. Correspondence to recommend Prof. G. F. Kenasten.
Item 12: May 15, 1899
From John H. Finley. Correspondence to recommend Miss Grace Whamb?rlain as teacher of oratory.
Item 13: May 23, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From W. S. Shallenberger. Correspondence to recommend Miss. Frances A. Heath.
Item 14: May 29, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From B. H. Smith. Correspondence to recommend Prof. A. A. Hibner.
Item 15: May 29, 1899
To the Honorable Board of Regents. From the A. H. Andrews Co. Correspondence to propose schedule of furniture and affixed price list.
Folder 15: Lord Correspondence, January 1899
Item 1: January 1, 1899
To Mr. S. C. Wagoner. Correspondence to report trip and expenses.
Folder 16: Lord Correspondence, February 1899
Item 1: February 6, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From Sam N. Robinson. Correspondence to request teacher.
Folder 17: Lord Correspondence, March 1899
Item 1: March 22, 1899
Mr. L. C. Lord. From E. C. Cleaves. Correspondence to send Lord circular and price list of drawing table.
Folder 18: Lord Correspondence, May 1899
Item 1: May 5, 1899
From Richard G. Moulton. Correspondence to recommend Columbia School of Oratory, Miss Blood and Mrs. Riley.
Item 2: May 15, 1990
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Monfort. Correspondence to to promote school edition of Monfort circulation.
Folder 19: Lord Correspondence, June 1899
Item 1: June 2, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From W. M. Evans. Correspondence to communicate subjects to be covered that year.
Item 2: June 5, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From E. H. Taylor. Correspondence to convey advice for work to be done at Normal School.
Item 3: June 6, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From J?? H. Brom?lee. Correspondence to reply to Lord letter regarding Brom?lee work.
Item 4: June 8, 1899
To Pres. Normal College. From F. C. Easton. Correspondence to inquire about Commercial Department vacancy.
Item 5: June 17, 1899
To Mr. President. Correspondence concerning sister in St Louis. Postcard.
Item 6: June 21, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Guy J Koons. Correspondence to request statement about courses at Normal.
Item 7: June 22, 1899
To Prof. W. M. Evans. From Caroline Grote. Correspondence to inform Evans that Grote decided to invite him to speak at Pike County Exercises as Superintendent Bayliss was unable to speak. Newspaper clipping attached to report lecture reception in Charleston at Reformed Church.
Item 8: June 22, 1897
To the Professor. From T. B. Stowell. Correspondence to recommend Miss. Kathr?i?e M. Kellar.
Item 9: June 22, 1899
To L. C. Lord, Esq. From L. D. Carr. Correspondence to recommend Miss Bertha M Mills for Registar position,
Item 10: June 26, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Anna M. Thurston. Correspondence to communicate current employment situations for Miss Wetmore, Miss Sarah E. Moore, and Miss Gettemy.
Item 11: June 26, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From W. M. Evans. Correspondence to update on promotion of school to teachers.
Folder 20: Lord Correspondence, July 1899
Item 1: July 1, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Frances Estella Wetmor. Correspondence to inform Lord of considering positions in Chicago.
Item 2: July 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Emma Clayton. Correspondence to inquire about admissions requirements to enter Normal.
Item 3: July 3, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Julia ????a Gettemy. Correspondence to express interest in offered position at Normal.
Item 4: July 8, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From J. H. Sawyer. Correspondence to inquire about participation of Lord at annual institute.
Item 5: July 10, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From S. M. Tooke. Correspondence to request advice concerning Tooke daughter education.
Item 6: July 11, 1899
To Prof. Lord. From Laura Chaffer. Correspondence to inquire about transferring schools. Postcard.
Item 7: July 13, 1899
From J. M. Van Vleck. Correspondence to recommend Mr. Norris G. Bailey as teacher of Mathematics.
Item 8: July 17, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From J. H. Sawyer. Correspondence to inquire possibility that Lord give evening lecture at annual institute.
Item 9: July 18, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Eleanor Pe??y. Correspondence concerning secretary position.
Item 10: July 18, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From George J. Gordon. Correspondence to thank Lord for accepting invitation to address Edgar County teachers.
Folder 21: Lord Correspondence, July 1899
Item 1: July 24, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Charles McIntosh. Correspondence to inquire conditions Lord accepts superintendents to make appointments at Normal.
Item 2: July 24. 1899
To Hon. H. A. Neal. From Luther E. Ba??d. Correspondence to request list of Eastern Normal Faculty for Southern Illinois educational paper.
Item 3: July 24, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From E. W. Griffith. Correspondence to inquire Miss Katherine B Allis as teacher.
Item 4: July 24, 1899
To Sir. From W. E. Loomis. Correspondence to inform Lord of telescope for sale with advertisement enclosed.
Item 5: July 25, 1899
To Livingstone C. Lord. From H. H. Alexander. Correspondence to inquire for information about Normal.
Item 6: July 25, 1899
To Pres. of Charleston Normal. From Elizabeth U Griswold. Correspondence to inquire about stenographer vacancy.
Item 7: July 25, 1899
To Livingston C. Lord. From John G Keller. Correspondence to request an address from Lord to teachers of Macon County.
Item 8: July 26, 1899
To Prof. Lord. From Laura Chaffer. Correspondence requesting definite response as to finishing course in one year.
Item 9: July 25, 1899
To Mr. Livingston C. Lord. From John G. Keller. Correspondence to confirm date.
Item 10: July 29, 2010
To Superintendent Charles McIntosh. Correspondence to accept young man into Normal.
Item 11: July 29, 1899
To Miss L?ura Chaffee. Correspondence to reply to card and to express doubt of possibility of finishing one year course next year.
Item 12: July 29, 1899
To Mr. Webner E. Loomis. Correspondence to communicate that school not able to purchase telescope.
Item 13: July 29, 1899
To Mr. H. H. Alexander. Correspondence to send circulars to give idea of future work at school.
Item 14: July 29, 1899
To Miss Elizabeth V. Griswold. Correspondence to inform Griswold that position is probably filled.
Item 15: July 29, 1899
To Livingston C. Lord. From William J. Lord. Correspondence to express interest in school and to request a catalogue.
Item 16: September 4, 1899
To Livingston C. Lord. From William J. Lord. Correspondence to request list of families offering room and board to students.
Item 17: July 30, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From Blanche Caraway. Correspondence to notify Lord of time and date of his address at institute.
Item 18: July 30, 1899
To Prof. Lord. From (Miss) Frances Musselman. Correspondence to inquire about need for Physical Training teacher.
Item 19: July 31, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George B. Meleney. Correspondence to advise library organization.
Item 20: July 31, 1899
To Eastern Illinois State Normal School. From Charles C. Brown. Correspondence to request any changes to advertisement for September number of School and Home Education.
Item 21: July 31, 1899
To H. A. Neal. From J. ??dguro? Dean. Correspondence to inquire about interest in purchasing new dictionaries.
Folder 22: Lord Correspondence, August 1899
Item 1: 1899
State of Illinois Department of Public Instruction County Institutes---1899. List.
Item 2: August 1, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord and Lady. From the Illinois State Board of Agriculture. Correspondence to invite Lord to Forty-sixth Annual State Fair.
Item 3: August 1, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From J. M. Ocllcot & Co. Correspondence to send map and globe catalogue.
Item 4: August 2, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Frances Effinger-Raymond. Correspondence to establish interview for critic teacher position.
Item 5: August 3, 1899
To President Eastern Normal. From Millie Young. Correspondence to inquire about students to board.
Item 6: August 3, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From B??l T. Davis. Correspondence to request letter in interest of Davis to school in Danville.
Item 7: August 3, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From George A. Brown. Correspondence to send copy of School and Home Education with marked advertisement.
Item 8: August 3, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From J. M. Olcott & Co. Correspondence to suggest specific school supplies.
Item 9: August 4, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Maynard, Merrill, and Co. Correspondence to send copy of First Book of Series of Graded Literature Readers.
Item 10: August 4, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From J. M. Olcott & Co. Correspondence to offer list price of supplies.
Item 11: August 5, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From William F. Cavins. Correspondence to inquire about transferring schools.
Item 12: August 5, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Moore & Langen Printing Co. Correspondence to inform Lord of order status.
Item 13: August 5, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George B. Meleney. Correspondence to make appointment to meet with Lord.
Item 14: August 5, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From Charles McIntosh. Correspondence to introduce Ira Rigdon of Piatt County.
Item 15: August 7, 1899
To Dr. Livingston Lord. From D. C. Heath & Co. per K. H. Goodwin. Correspondence to send books as listed.
Item 16: August 7, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From R. E. Kidder. Correspondence to send price list of Drawing Tables.
Item 17: August 7, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From G. N. Blackman. Correspondence to inform Lord of courses of study at Northern Illinois State Normal School.
Item 18: August 8, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From American Book Company per W. C. E. Correspondence to annouce new volumes in series, "Eclectic School Readings."
Item 19: August 8, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From J. L. D. Correspondence to inquire about arrival time of Lord.
Item 20: August 8, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. Walen Herry. Correspondence to recommend table and report success of Miss Kimball and Miss Marsh as teachers.
Item 21: August 27, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Ira ?igdon. Correspondence to inquire transferring  to Normal
Item 22: August 9, 1899
Pres. Lord. From George E. Partridge. Correspondence to inquire about psychological department vacancy.
Item 23: August 10, 1899
To Dr. Lord. From O. J. Kern. Correspondence to invite Lord to address teachers at annual teacher institute.
Item 24: August 10, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From E. H. Taylor. Correspondence to inquire if Lord will be in Charleston to look over work for coming year.
Item 25: August 10, 1899
To Sir. From Maude Watson. Correspondence to inquire about attending school.
Item 26: August 11, 1899
To President E. I. S. N. From Bertha Valentine. Correspondence to clarify fees to school.
Item 27: August 12, 1899
To  Dr. L. C. Lord. From Alfred Bayless. Correspondence to explain schedule and to mention library matter.
Item 28: August 12, 1899
To Livingston C. Lord. From Laura Koontz. Correspondence to inquire about attending Normal.
Item 29: August 12, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From the Chas A. Srelinger Co. Correspondence to advertise products.
Item 30: August 12, 1899
To Mr. C. L. Lord. From Edith M. Witmer. Correspondence to invite Lord to speak at Pana Teachers' Thanksgiving Institute.
Item 31: August 14-19, 1899
Macon Country Teachers' Institute. Programme.
Item 32: August 14, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From L. D. Brown. Correspondence to find name of gentleman who was given stool prices.
Item 33: August 1899
Resolutions of Eastern Illinois State Normal School Board of Trustees.
Item 34: August 10, 1899
To L. C. Lord. from F ? Milburn. Correspondence to inform Lord of wellbeing status.
Series 35: August 15, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Loar. From Pantagraph PTG. & STA. Co. Correspondence to send sample sheets of books.
Item 36: August 15, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Geirge P. Brown. Correspondence to ask Lord to invite Dr. F. C. Vandervort to his opening exercises.
Item 37: August 16, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Lucy L. De Wolfe. Correspondence to inquire about Teacher's Second Grad Certificates.
Item 38: August 16, 1899
To Prof. Lord. From E. L. Douglas. Correspondence to invite Lord to teachers' institute.
Item 39: August 16th, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George B. Meleney. Correspondence to recommend Miss Ella F. Corwin as librarian.
Item 40: August 16, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From Pantagraph Ptg. & Sta. Co. Correspondence to send sample sheets of books.
Folder 23: Lord Correspondence, August 1899
Item 1: August 17, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From A. C. McClurg & Co.Correspondence to give quote to edition of Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography.
Item 2: August 17, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From S. R. Winchell. Correspondence to inquire about death of Prof. Galbreath.
Item 3: August 18, 1899
To Principal Lord. From Thaddeus L. Bolton. Correspondence to inquire about death or leave of Prof. Galbreath and to summarize professional experience of Bolton.
Item 4: August 18, 1899
To Dr. Lord. From Miss Margaret Elder. Correspondence to inquire about attending Normal School.
Item 5: August 18, 1899
To Pres. Lord. From Joseph Irevin Francis. Correspondence to inquire about vacancy of Mr. Galbreath.
Item 6: August 18, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From The Washburn Shops. Correspondence to send catalogue of drawing tables.
Item 7: August 19, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Mary L Berkley. Correspondence to decline Charleston job to remain in Michigan. Recommends Ella Larason as teacher.
Item 8: August 19, 1899
To Mr. Guy J. Koons. From Minnir E Hice.Correspondence to respond to earlier oversight.
Item 9: August 19, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From O. J. Kern. Correspondence to thank Lord and confirm his appearance in Winnebago County.
Item 10: August 19, 1899
Mr. L. C. Lord. From George Meleny. Correspondence to quote furniture.
Item 11: August 19, 1899
Item 12: August 19, 1899
To the Eastern Illinois State Normal School. From Wyckoff, Sexmans, & Benedict. Correspondence to give price quote.
Item 13: August 19, 1899
To Dr. Lord. From Wa??h Gauden. Correspondence to inquire about work in Charleston.
Item 14: August 20, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Miss Josephine Maddew. Correspondence to inquire about school admissions.
Item 15: August 21, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Lydia A. McKittrick. Correspondence to request building dedication information.
Item 16: August 21, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From John D. Meese. Correspondence to inquire about school vacancy.
Item 17: August 21, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George B. Meleney. Correspondence to change appointment.
Item 18: August 21, 2010
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Ethel M. Qualley. Correspondence to inquire about school.
Item 19: August 21, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Ester Orr. Correspondence to inquire about scholarships.
Item 20: August 21, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Maude Watson. Correspondence to inquire about admissions.
Item 21: August 22, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Ira Morris. Correspondence to inquire about tuition..
Item 22: August 22, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Frances E. Wetmor. Correspondence to compare typewriter prices and qualities.
Item 23: August 22, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Anna M. Thurston. Correspondence to communicate status of Miss Hines and possibilities.
Item 24: August 22, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Wyckoff, Seamen, & Benedict. Correspondence to suggest that typewriter bill be charged to Eastern Illinois State Normal School.
Item 25: August 23, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Amberg File & Index Co. Correspondence to mail catalogue and price list.
Item 26: August 23, 1899
To President D. B. Lord. From Alta A. Harmon. Correspondence to inquire about admission and financial assistance for sister.
Item 27: August 23, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From J. O. Quantz. Correspondence to inquire about chances for position at Normal.
Item 28: August 23, 1899
Birth announcement of Helen Caldwell. Card.
Item 29: August 23, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Edith M. Witmer. Correspondence to inquire about scholarship for Miss Lucy L. DeWolfe.
Item 30: August 1899
State Certificates. Circular 27. Booklet with accompanying letter.
Item 31: August 24, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From N. May? Lacey. Correspondence to express interest in position in fifth grade and sixth grade critic work.
Item 32: August 24, 1899
To Tres. L. C. Lord. From W. F. Young. Correspondence about Mr. Taylor.
Item 33: August 25, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From C. J. Albert. Correspondence to send Miss Steagall papers.
Item 34: August 25, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Louise W. Mears. Correspondence to inquire about Intermediate Critic position.
Item 35: August 25, 1899
To Prof. Livingston C. Lord. From W. T. Harian. Correspondence to inquire about admissions for Normal.
Item 36: August 25, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From N. Maye Lacey. Correspondence to convey credentials.
Item 37: August 25, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Florence S. Winton. Correspondence to express interest in director of physical culture position. To Whom it may concern. From H. ?. Siefert. Correspondence to accompany letter of interest and to recommend character and work of Florence S. Winton.
Item 38: August 25, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From (Miss) Florence S. Winton. Correspondence to apply for position of director of physical training.
Item 39: August 25, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Anna M. Thurston. Correspondence to request information of Mr. W. D. Cramer.
Item 40: August 27, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From Ella Kastanzer. Correspondence to inquire about critic teacher position.
Item 41: August 26, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From Edgar James Swift. Correspondence to inquire about chair of pedagogy vacancy.
Item 42: August 8, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From H. M. Anderson. Correspondence to express interest in taking post-graduate course at Normal.
Item 43: August 27, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From George ? Brown. Correspondence to confirm arrival.
Item 44: August 28, 1899
To the Regant. From Mary Brown. Correspondence to apply for position in Music Department.
Item 45: August 28, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Miss Anna Drysdale. Correspondence regarding admissions into Normal.
Item 46: August 28, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Ginn & Company. Correspondence to request opinion of Frye's Geographies.
Item 47: August 28, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From E. L. Kellogg & Co. Correspondence to advertise Educational Foundations as textbook for pedagogical study.
Item 48: August 28, 1899
To Pres. Lord. From F. B. Spaulding. Correspondence to recommend Prof. Edgar James Swift for pedagogical work at Normal.
Item 49: August 29, 1899
To W. M. Evans. From Luke Bethards. Correspondence to express interest in attending Normal and to inquire about financial aid.
Item 50: August 29, 1899
To President of State Normal School. From G. C. Biddle. Correspondence to send letters of recommendation and to express interest in chair if chemistry or chemistry and physics.
Item 51: August 29, 1899
To President Normal School. From M. E. Ingal, W. J. Lyneh, and W. N. Deppe. Correspondence to wish auspicious building dedication.
Item 52: August 29, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Chas M. Jordan. Correspondence to respond to letter about Mrs. Bartholf and to regret that no opportunities are open for her.
Item 53: August 29, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From M. Mayr Lacey. Correspondence to inquire about previously alluded to position.
Item 54: August 29, 1899
To Pres. Livingston Lord. From George C. Purington. Correspondence to recommend Mr. Thomas R. Croswell.
Item 55: August 29, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Jak? Koo??. Correspondence to inquire about admissions.
Item 56: August 29, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From W. ?. Evans. Correspondence to explain future absence at building dedication.
Item 57: August 29, 1899
To Eastern Illinois State Normal School. From Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict. Correspondence to confirm typewriter order agreement.
Item 58: August 30, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From American School Furniture. Correspondence to inquire about order details.
Item 59: August 30, 1899
To President Livingston Lord. From C. H. Hastings. Correspondence to recommend Mr. T. R. Crosswell as teacher.
Item 60: August 30, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From G. M. Hewey. Correspondence to inquire about teacher position.
Item 61: August 30, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George B. Meleney. Correspondence to give order update.
Item 62: August 30, 1899
To President Livingston C. Lord. From Dr. Frank Allport. Correspondence to ask to come to Charleston to give lecture on eye and ear examinations.
Item 63: August 1899
The Eyes and Ears of School Children By Frank Allport, M. D. Booklet.
Item 64: August 30, 1899
To Mr. Luther Baird. From I. Victor Iles. Correspondence to send grade sheet with explanations.
Item 65: August 30, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From C. M. Parker. Correspondence to voice support of Illinois Course of Study and to offer to send faculty The School News regularly.
Item 66: August 31, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Emma Clayton. Correspondence to inquire about courses.
Item 67: August 31, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Alice Davis. Correspondence to express wish for position of instructor in history.
Item 68: August 31, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From Ada M. Fleming. Correspondence to inquire about Music Department and textbooks used.
Item 69: August 31, 1899
To Mr. Livingston C. Lord. From Henry F. Liebbe. Correspondence to request information about Normal School plan for improvement of Iowa Normal Schools.
Item 70: August 31, 1899
To Whom It May Concern. From Albert K. Smiley. Correspondence to recommend Miss Mary E. Harris as teacher.
Item 71: August  31, 1899
To Mr. Livingston Lord. From I. C. Phillips. Correspondence to recommend Mr. T. R. Croswell as instructor.
Folder 24: Lord Correspondence, September 1899
Item 1: September 1899
To Mr. Lord. From F. ?. Blair. Correspondence to recommend Ralph and Fred Burgess for enrollment. Postcard.
Item 2: September 28, 1899
To Sir ???. From T. B. Wright. Correspondence to request cuts and copy for advertisement in Minutes of Illinois Annual Conference. Postcard.
Item 3: September 1899
List of Students. Baptist.
Item 4: September 1899
The Frick Automatic. Electric Program Clock Indorsed by the Philadelphia Horological Society. Advertisement.
Item 5: September 1899
George Edward Marker. Resume.
Item 6: September 1, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From American School Furniture Co. Correspondence to confirm order.
Item 7: September 1, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From Edward B. Warman. Correspondence to express desire for position at Normal. Attached two advertisements to show credentials.
Item 8: September 1, 1899
To State Normal School. From Wyckoff, Seamans, & Benedict. Correspondence to advertise Remington typewriters for State Normal School.
Item 9: Sept, 31, 1899
To President Livingston Lord. From C. F. Ho??r. Correspondence to recommend T. R. Crosswell.
Item 10: September 2, 1899
To Pres. Livingston Lord. From H. Burnhham. Correspondence to recommend T. R. Croswell as chair of Pedagogy.
Item 11: September 2, 1899
To Pres. Livingston Lord. From E. W. Bohannon. Correspondence to recommend T. R. Croswell.
Item 12: September 2 1899
To Sir. From Luther H. Nightruan ??. Correspondence to explain order delivery delay.
Item 13: September 2, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From Mrs. Maude Watson. Correspondence to express to come to Charleston and to inquire about room and board.
Item 14: September 2, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From O. O. Williams. Correspondence to recommend Miss Ethel Linebarger as pupil.
Item 15: September 4, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From American School Furniture Co. Correspondence to confirm order.
Item 16: September 4, 1899
To Prof. L. C. Lord. From American School Furniture Co. Correspondence to notify shipping activity.
Item 17: September 4, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From George S. Gordon. Correspondence to request blank appointments for teachers.
Item 18: September 4, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Charlotte Kluge. Correspondence to accept position at Normal.
Item 19: September 4, 1899
To Prof. Lord. From R. E. Jones. Correspondence to request qualifications of Miss Clara Luger.
Item 20: September 5, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From J. H. Arnold. Correspondence to send blanks of admitted pupils.
Item 21: September 5, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From B. Correspondence to confirm order with Amber File & Index Co.
Item 22: September 5, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From George Meleney. Correspondence to confirm shipment.
Item 23: September 5, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Ester Orr. Correspondence to inquire about details in becoming student at Normal.
Item 24: September 5, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From E. H. Taylor. Correspondence to give list of books wished to be placed in library at Normal.
Item 25: September 25, 1899
To L. C. Lord President. From Bertha Valentine. Correspondence to request to graduate from Eastern Normal.
Item 26: August 24, 1899
To Sir. From W. H. Wheeler & Co. Correspondence to announce adoption of "Wheeler's Graded Studies in English, First Lessons in Grammar and Composition" into Chicago City Schools.
Item 27: September 6, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From D. W. Hall. Correspondence to send copy of advanced pages of Wentworth's Revised Plane Geometry and inquire about interest.
Item 28: September 6, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From A. C. McClurg & Co. Correspondence to request original sent copy of list of titles..
Item 29: September 7, 1899
To L. C. Lord From B. Correspondence to inquire about order details.
Item 30: September 7, 1899
To American Book Co. Correspondence to request 25 copies of Swinton's Word Analysis for Eastern Illinois State Normal School.
Item 31: September 7, 1899
To American Book Co. Correspondence to request 25 copies of Needham's Elementary Lessons in Zoology for Eastern Illinois State Normal School.
Item 32: September 7, 1899
To American School Furniture Co. Correspondence to request two four foot book cases as mentioned.
Item 33: September 7, 1899
To Mr. H. A. Neal. From A. H. Andrews Co. Correspondence to request check to balance account.
Item 34: September 7, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From American Furniture Co. Correspondence to acknowledge receipt of favor.
Item 35: September 7, 1899
To Sirs. From Board of Trustees, Eastern Illinois State Normal School. Correspondence to request three dozen sets of Boyer's tablets for "Laboratory notes and Drawings."
Item 36: September 7, 1899
To Professor G. W. Smith. From P. S. Stevenson. Correspondence to confirm grades of Claude.
Item 37: September 7, 1899
To Mr. Harper and Brothers. Correspondence to request twenty-five copies of Ames & (Somebody's) Laboratory Manual of Physics.
Item 38: September 7, 1899
To Mr. D. Appleton & Co. Correspondence to request twenty-five copies of "Plant Relations" by J. M. Coulter.
Item 39: September 7, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Henry Sabin. Correspondence to inform Lord of teacher for Elocution, Oratory, and English Literature.
Item 40: September 7, 1899
To Hon. S. M. Cullom. From ?. Correspondence to confirm found missing letters and to confirm their return.
Item 41: September 7, 1899
To Professor G. W. Smith. From P. S. Stevenson. Correspondence to confirm grades of Claude.
Item 42: September 7, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From J. L. Whisnand. Correspondence to recommend Mr. Lloyd Gable of Westfield, Illinois as scholar.
Item 43: September 7, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. Wyckoff, Seamans, & Benedict. Correspondence to help troubleshooting typewriter.
Item 44: September 8, 1899
To Dr. L. C. Lord. From C. J. Albert. Correspondence to inquire about vacancy for sixth and seventh grade and to recommend Miss Edna T. Cook as teacher for upper grades.
Item 45: September 8, 1899
To Professor. L. C. Lord. From American School Furniture Company. Correspondence to acknowledge receipt of order.
Item 46: September 8, 1899
To State Normal School. From W. L. Cadle. Correspondence to inquire about need of flag pole.
Item 47: September 8, 1899
To Central School Supply Co. Correspondence to request description and price of  program clock with at least five programs with battery and bells for about twenty-five rooms.
Item 48: September 8, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From J. W. Clegg. Correspondence to inform Lord of two room for rent.
Item 49: To September 8
To Mr. L. M. Dillman. Correspondence to respond to recommendation by Mr. Dillman.
Item 50: September 8
To General Electric Co. Correspondence to request description and price of program clock with at least five programs with battery and bells for about twenty-five rooms.
Item 51: September 8
To Ginn & Co. Correspondence to request fifty copies of Whitney's Essentials of English Grammar.
Item 52: September 8, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From D. W. Hall. Correspondence to confirm book orders.
Item 53: September 8, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Miss Joe A. Jenkins. Correspondence to inform about two rooms for rent.
Item 54: September 8, 1899
To Mr. Lord. From Clyde E. Foster. Correspondence to update Lord on career of Foster and to thank Lord for recommendation.
Item 55: September 8
To Dr. D. P. MacMillian. Correspondence to inform that work of Mr. Galbreath has already been provided for.
Item 56: September 8, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From J. J. Martin. Correspondence request catalogue and regular news of education for Mattoon Commercial.
Item 57: September 8, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From Laura A. Moore. Correspondence to inform Lord of room for rent.
Item 58: September 8, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From Pantagraph Printing and Stationary. Correspondence to confirm order for one five hundred page text book library record.
Item 59: September 8
To J. H. Rhoads. Correspondence to respond to letter from Rhoads.
Item 60: September 8, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From Longmans, Green & Co. Correspondence to confirm shipment of twenty-five copies of Longmans' School Geography and fifty copies of Longmans' School Atlas.
Item 61: September 8, 1899
To Dr. Lord. From ?. L. Steele. Correspondence to invite Lord to attend Illinois Schoolmasters' Club meeting.
Item 62: September 8
To Western Electric Co. Correspondence to request description and price of clock with battery and balls for twenty-five room and to ring five programs.
Item 63: September 8, 1899
To Pres. L. C. Lord. From F. E. Willard. Correspondence to request judgment on qualifications of Mr. Wm. D. Cramer as biology and physiography teacher.
Item 64: September 8
To Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict. Correspondence to confirm return of chair.
Folder 25: Lord Correspondence, September 1899
Item 1: September 29, 1899
To President of Normal. From Mary ??utler. Correspondence to express interest in music studies at Normal. Postcard.
Item 2: September 4, 1899
To Football manager of Charleston Normal. From C. O. Patterson. Correspondence to organize upcoming football season.
Item 3: September 9, 1899
To the Honorable Henry Sabin. Correspondence to inform that there are no present vacancies for young lady in question and to accept help in securing jobs for teachers.
Item 4: September 9, 1899
To J. M. Alcott & Co. Correspondence to confirm receiving statement of goods ordered by Mr. Goode.
Item 5: September 9, 1899
Document recommending ability and character of Louis H. Galbreath.
Item 6: September 9, 1899
To Mr. J. G. Pepper. Correspondence to send promised article.
Item 7: September 9, 1899
To Mr. W. S. Russell. Correspondence to request duplicate of bill.
Item 8: September 9, 1899
To Mr. W. L. Steele. Correspondence to accept invitation to Illinois Schoolmasters Club at Peoria.
Item 9: September 9, 1899
To Sir. From Hinds & Noble. Correspondence to advertise textbooks published by Hinds & Noble.
Item 10: September 9, 1899
To A. B. Andrews Co. Correspondence to confirm receiving letter and paying of bill.
Item 11: September 9, 1899
To Amberg File and Index Co. Correspondence to confirm format of file labels.
Item 12: September 9, 1899
To C. J. Albert. Correspondence to request papers of Miss Edna T. Cook.
Item 13: September 9, 1899
To Mr. D. W. Hall. Correspondence to confirm both letters received and to decline textbook brand of Hall.
Item 14: September 9, 1899
To Mr. I Victor Iles. Correspondence to inform Iles of Normal program.
Item 15: September 9, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From F. F. Freeman. Correspondence to discuss interest of Earnest Freeman in attending Normal.
Item 16: September 9, 1899
To Mr. J. J. Martin. Correspondence to confirm receiving letter and arrange previously addressed matter.
Item 17: September 10, 1899
To J Paul Goode. From Jacob, Coles, & Co. Correspondence to send duplicate bills.
Item 18: September 11, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From C. J. Albert. Correspondence to send papers of Miss Cook.
Item 19: September 11, 1899
To the American School Furniture Co. Correspondence to request catalogue and price list of rubber stamps.
Item 20: September 11, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From J. N. Boyce. Correspondence to inform that the General Electric Company does not handle requested material and they have referred the letter to Electric Appliance Co.
Item 21: September 1899
To Sir. From L Conau?. Correspondence to inform that Pub. of Photographers cannot perform their services in their current situation. Postcard.
Item 22: September 11, 1899
To Professor L. C. Lord. From J Sedgwick Dean. Correspondence to request final decision and possible payment based on decision concerning dictionaries.
Item 23: September 11, 1899
To Miss Clyde Foster. Correspondence to express pleasure to hear of success of Foster.
Item 24: September 11, 1899
To Mr. L. C. Lord. From W. S. Russell. Correspondence to confirm order of twenty-five Ames & Bliss's Manual of Experiments in Physics.
Item 25: September 11, 1899
To L. C. Lord. From J. S. Jackson. Correspondence to give quote for Baily Program Clock.
Item 26: September 11, 1899
To President L. C. Lord. From W. E. Lugenbeel. Correspondence to discuss the opening of Eastern Illinois Normal.
Item 27: September 11, 1899
From S. S. McClure Co. Correspondence to request acknowledgement of receipt of remittance.


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