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Recall of Judges.
Registration of births, deaths, marriages.
Rural social conditions.
Safety at sea.
School centers. School gardens.
School rooms. Seals.
Senators, U. S.
Sheriffs, Payment of.
Skyscrapers (employees of).
Social organizations (National di
Social work and workers.
Southern States, Sociology in.
Steam boiler inspection.
Strikes, Arbitration for.
Surveys of social conditions. Tag days.
Taxation, Boards of equalization.
Taxation, Notes, bonds, etc.
Taxation of corporations in Virginia.
Text books, Free.
Towns, Incorporation of. Trachoma.
U. S. Steel Corporation.
Ventilation, Legislation. Veterinary practice.
A List of Subjects Represented in the Collection of Clippings, Relating Principally to Virginia, from Virginia Newspapers.
Administrative Board, Richmond. American flag.
Athletics, baseball, football.
Auditing and bookkeeping, State.
Boys, training in citizenship.
College for women, State.
Daughters of 1812.
Daughters of the American Revolution in Virginia.
Dickens, Charles, visit to Richmond.
Education in Virginia.
Free school books.
Gambling (race tracks).
Good roads in Virginia.
Great seal of the Confederacy.
Historic homes in Virginia.
Jones, John Paul.
Jordon enabling act.
Juvenile Court and probation.
Labor laws for women.
Lee, Gen. R. E.
Libraries in Virginia.
"Long Roll," by Mary Johnston.
Maury, M. F.
Oysters and fisheries.
Poe, Edgar Allan.
Pure food law in Virginia.
Richmond, women writers in.
Richmond-Burning of theatre,
School farms, model farms, agricultural schools.
Segregation of the races in Virginia.
Seven modern wonders of the world.
Taxation in Virginia.
Tredegar iron works.
University of Virginia.
Virginia State Fair and its organ
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Westmoreland Club, Richmond, home of.
BOOKS ON DEBATING NOT IN THE VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY.
The Abridged Debater's Handbook Series:
Fortification of the Panama canal.
Government ownership of telegraph. "Ship subsidies.
Independence for the Philippines.
Six-year term for president.
Panama canal tolls.
White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co.
Price, $.25 each.
A series of 32-page pamphlets, edited on the same plan as the Debaters' handbook series. Each pamphlet contains a brief, a bibliography, and reprints of the best material available.
Alden, Raymond Macdonald. The art of debate. By Raymond Macdonald Alden, Associate Professor in Leland Stanford Junior University. New York. Henry Holt & Co., c. 1900. 279p. $1.12.
Baker, George P. Readings for students. Specimens of argumentation. Modern. Compiled by George P. Baker, Assistant Professor in English, Harvard University. Second edition, revised. New York. Henry Holt & Co., c. 1897. 203p. $.50.
Baker, George Pierce, and Huntington, Henry Barrett. The principles of argumentation (revised and augmented). By George Pierce Baker, Professor of English in Harvard University, and Henry Barrett Huntington, Assistant Professor of English in Brown University. Boston. Ginn & Co., c. 1895, 1905. 677p. $1.25.
Bradley, Cornelius Beach. Orations and arguments by English and American statesmen. Edited, with notes, explanatory and critical, by Cornelius Beach Bradley, Professor of Rhetoric in the University of California. Boston. Allyn & Bacon, c. 1894. 378p. $1.00.
Buck, Gertrude. A course in argumentative writing, by Gertrude Buck, Instructor in English in Vassar College. New York. Henry Holt & Co., 1901. 206p. $.90.
Chicago University. Constructive and rebuttal speeches of the representatives of the University of Chicago vs. the University of Michigan and Northwestern University in the tenth, thirteenth and fourteenth annual contests of the Central Debating League. Federal incorporation. White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co. 76p. (paper), 1903. Price, $1.00.
Two complete debates, including the speeches of Northwestern and Michigan representatives. Bibliography.
-Federal graduated income
Briefs and bibliography.
White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Price, $1.00.
-Recall (excluding judges). White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Co. 28p. (paper), 1912. Price, $1.00.
Briefs and bibliography.
-Minimum wage. White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Co. 51p. (paper), 1914. Price, $1.00.
Briefs and bibliography.
Denney, Joseph Villiers. Argumentation and debate. By Joseph Villiers Denney, Professor of English in the Ohio State University, Carson S. Duncan, Assistant Professor of English in the Ohio State University, and Frank C. McKinney, of the New York Bar. New York. American Book Company, c. 1910. 400p. $1.25.
Gardiner, J. H. The making of arguments. J. H. Gardiner, formerly As
sistant Professor of English in Harvard University.
& Co., c. 1912. 290p. $1.00.
Iowa University. Commission government for cities. 3d edition. White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Co. 32p., paper. Price, $1.00.
Resolved, That American cities should adopt a commission form of government.
This pamphlet contains the full constructive and rebuttal speeches of the Iowa teams, both affirmative and negative, as well as briefs and references.
-Graduated income tax. White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Co. (paper). Price, $1.00.
Resolved, That a graduated income tax, with an exemption of incomes below $5,000 per annum, would be a desirable modification of the system of Federal taxation.
In addition to the constructive and rebuttal speeches of both teams, this booklet contains an appendix of helpful material and arguments. Briefs and references are also included.
Closed shop. White Plains, N. Y. H. W. Wilson Co. 44p. (paper). Price, $1.00.
Resolved, That the movement of organized labor for the closed shop should receive the support of public opinion. The pamphlet is uniform with the other numbers of this series.
-Ship subsidies. White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co. 39p. (paper). Price, $1.00.
Resolved, That the United States should adopt a policy of shipping
This pamphlet is a complete report of the home contest of the Iowa teams held a few evenings before the Interstate debate of 1911-1912. Like the other numbers in the series, it contains the speeches of the teams, with briefs and bibliographies.
-Federal charter for interstate corporations. White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co. 36p. (paper). Price, 1.00.
Resolved, That all corporations engaged in interstate commerce should be required to take out Federal charters, it being conceded that such a requirement would be constitutional, and that Federal license shall not be available as an alternative plan.
Debated in the Central Debating Circuit, 1912-1913. Uniform with the other volumes in the series.
-Literacy test for immigrants. White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co. 34p. (paper). Price, $1.00.
Resolved, That immigration into the United States should be further restricted by a literacy test.
The constructive and rebuttal speeches of the representatives of Iowa University in the Intercollegiate debates, 1913-1914, are included in this pamphlet, with briefs and references.
Kansas University. Debating and public discussion. Paper, 1910. University of Kansas, Lawrence.
-Debating and public discussion:
The recall of judges. Paper, 1913. -Debating and public discussion. Announcements of the Kansas High School Debating League for 1913-'14. Paper, 1913. University of Kansas.
Ketcham, Victor Alvin. The theory and practice of argumentation and debate. By Victor Alvin Ketcham, Assistant Professor in the Ohio State University. New York. The Macmillan Co., 1914. 366p. $1.25.
Laycock, Craven, and Scales, Robert Leighton. Argumentation and debate. By Craven Laycock, Assistant Professor of Oratory in Dartmouth College, and Robert Leighton Scales, Instructor in English in Dartmouth College. New York. The Macmillan Co., 1913. 361p.