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Fri Mar 21 17:11:58 2014 UTClccn-n852656970.00Autograph letter signed from Edmund Milton Holland, New York, to Chester S. Lord0.821.00Speeches at the Lotos Club. [Vol. 2] Arranged by John Elderkin, Chester S. Lord, [and] Charles W. Price58067454Chester_Sanders_Lordn 852656971524237Lord, Chester S.lccn-n86071926Lotos Club (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n94117913Elderkin, John1841-1926lccn-n94123432Price, Charles W.(Charles Wilson)1857-lccn-n94123424Fraser, Horatio N.(Horatio Nelson)1851-lccn-n93013313Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n80126351University of the State of New Yorklccn-n79021164Twain, Mark1835-1910lccn-n90637263Young, Robert1927-2008lccn-n50015353Winter, William1836-1917lccn-n80133127Gilder, Richard Watson1844-1909Lord, Chester Sanders1850-1933ArchivesManuscriptsSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanJournalismNewspapersLotos Club (New York, N.Y.)New York (State)Lord, Chester Sanders,University of the State of New YorkEducationAnniversariesNew York (State)--New YorkUnited StatesRoot, Elihu,Intellectual lifeCoal--Transportation--Law and legislationEditorsHutton, Laurence,Precast concrete constructionButler, Charles Henry,Page, Walter Hines,Pulitzer, Joseph,Southern StatesMcMahon, Martin Thomas,LegislatorsTrials (Libel)Howard, Bronson,Coal tradeMcAdoo, W. G.--(William Gibbs),New York (State)--Ashokan ReservoirLibel and slanderMachineryGilder, Richard Watson,New York (N.Y.).--Board of City RecordInsuranceMcCurdy, Richard A.--(Richard Aldrich),InventionsActions and defensesRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Roosevelt, Theodore,AgriculturePennsylvania--Johnstown (Cambria County)Stedman, Edmund Clarence,Towse, John Ranken,Curtis, William Eleroy,Police corruptionOld age pensionsFloodsLumber tradeCooperationRepresentation in administrative proceedingsEquitable Life Insurance Company185019331897189919011911191519161920192119221926192919304213146810.5108PN473119310ocn003309436book19010.86Elderkin, JohnSpeeches at the Lotos Club1816ocn000904706book19220.84Lord, Chester SandersThe young man and journalism, by Chester S. Lord+-+3379905666324171ocn005377944book19290.93University of the State of New YorkA report of progress, 1921-192842ocn046983377book19200.96Lord, Chester SandersSemi-centennial celebration of the Lotos Club, 1870-192011ocn667624140book1897Evarts, Choate & BeamanTyped letter signed from Evarts, Choate & Beaman, New York, to Chester S. Lord, New YorkAcknowledges the receipt of Lord's invitation to Mr. Choate; he is absent in Europe. On letterhead of the Office of Evarts, Choate & Beaman, No. 52 Wall Street, New York. Addressed to Lord as the Secretary Lotos Club, 558 Fifth Ave., N.Y. City11ocn676693660book1897Stedman, Edmund ClarenceAutograph letter signed from Edmund Clarence Stedman, Bronxville, New York, to Chester S. LordHe will not be able to attend the dinner in honor of William Winter and sends instead, his recognition of Winter's "fame" and his "power to charm us." Stedman follows with several lines of verse beginning: What avail fellow-minstrels, our crotchets and staves. On letterhead of Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N.Y. Addressed to Lord as Secretary of the Lotos Club11ocn840926800mixBenjamin, Walter RomeynWalter R. Benjamin Autograph CollectionArchivesThis collection contains documents, correspondence, and manuscripts from various individuals. These figures include predominant activists, literary, political, religious, and social people in American history11ocn676693699book1897Howard, BronsonAutograph letter signed from Bronson Howard, New York, to Chester S. LordHoward writes that it will be impossible for him to be present at the dinner in honor of William Winter. Addressed from 201 West 78th St. to Lord as Secretary of The Lotos Club11ocn688486395book1897McElroy, William HAutograph letter signed from William H. McElroy, Rochester, to Chester S. LordMcElroy regrets that he will not be able to attend the Lotos Club dinner in honor of William Winter. Letter dated April seventeenth; year from acquisition information11ocn667627525book1897Gilder, Richard WatsonTyped letter signed from Richard Watson Gilder, New York, to Chester S. Lord, New YorkGilder regrets that a previous engagement will prevent his presence at the Lotos Club dinner for William Winter. On letterhead of the Editorial Department, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York. Addressed to Lord at The Lotos Club, New York City. Signed from R.W. Gilder11ocn233099391art1.00Root, Elihuto Chester Sanders Lord. New York, NY1) Informing him that he will speak at a dinner if called upon; asking jokingly if he could be profane for a change. 1923 Jan. 9. 2) Asking Lord for money for Hamilton College. 1925 Dec. 1911ocn676694120book1897Hutton, LaurenceAutograph letter signed from Laurence Hutton, New York, to Chester S. LordHutton regrets that he will not be able to attend the Lotos Club dinner in honor of William Winter. On letterhead of The Players, 16 Gramercy Park. Addressed to Chester S. Lord, Secretary11ocn080164286book19111.00Elderkin, JohnSpeeches at the Lotos Club. [Vol. 2] Arranged by John Elderkin, Chester S. Lord, [and] Charles W. Price11ocn660017887book1897Towse, John RankenAutograph letter signed from J. Ranken Towse, New York, to Chester S. LordManuscriptsHe will not be able to attend the Lotos Club dinner in honor of William Winter. On letterhead of The Evening Post, New York. Letter dated April 23; year from date of Lotos Club dinner for William Winter11ocn676694567book1897Holland, Edmund MiltonAutograph letter signed from Edmund Milton Holland, New York, to Chester S. LordHolland regrets that his professional duties will prevent him from attending the reception and dinner to William Winter. On letterhead of "The Lambs" 26 West 31st St. New York. Addressed to Lord as secretary of the Lotos Club11ocn667624000book1897Dithmar, Edward AAutograph letter signed from Edward A. Dithmar to Chester S. LordRegrets that he will be unable to attend the Lotos Club reception and dinner for William Winter11ocn667628860book1897Depew, Chauncey MAutograph letter signed from Chauncey M. Depew, New York, to Chester S. LordRegrets his inability to be present and participate in the Lotos greeting to William Winter. On letterhead of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Co., Grand Central Depot, New York11ocn319607067book19210.47In honor of the French Republic : addresses at the Lotos Club dinner, New York, November 24, 192111ocn667626868book1897Nicholson, DonaldTyped letter signed from D. Nicholson, New York, to Chester S. Lord, New YorkHe regrets that it will not be possible to attend the reception and dinner in honor of William Winter. On letterhead of the New York tribune. Addressed to Lord as the Secretary, Lotus Club, City. Signed D. Nicholson; correspondent is possibly Donald Nicholson11ocn676694123book1897Holland, Joseph JeffersonAutograph letter signed from Joseph Jefferson Holland, New York, to Chester S. LordHolland regrets that he will not be able to attend the dinner and reception to William Winter. On letterhead of The Players, 16 Gramercy Park21ocn000851769book18970.92University of the State of New YorkRegents' examination papers for the academic year, 189711ocn690560943art18990.10King, MosesChester Sanders Lord: Managing Editor "The Sun." State Regent; Secretary Lotos Club (1893-98)BiographyPortraits11ocn667624057bookLord, Chester SandersLetters signed from Chester S. Lord, New York, to William Winter, New York(1) Typed letter signed, informing Winter of his election as an honorary member of the Lotos Club. On letterhead of the Lotos Club, New York. Addressed to Winter at the Tribune, New York and dated Dec. 9, 1896. (2) Autograph letter signed, concerning letters of regret sent to Lord in response to his invitation to Winter's dinner. On letterhead of The Sun, Editor's Office. Undated; year of 1897 from acquisition information11ocn609578533mix1.00Speer, William McMurtrieWilliam McMurtrie papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, typescripts, contracts, legal briefs, patents, and other documents, music scores, cartoons, technical drawings, account books, blueprints, photographs, clippings, printed legal briefs & transcripts, proofs, scrapbooks, and other printed materials of William M. Speer11ocn849527988mix1.00Root, ElihuElihu RootHistorySourcesPapers of the American lawyer, politician, U.S. Secretary of War under President McKinley, U.S. Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt, following the death of John Hay, and United States Senator from New York. Letters, 125 of which are outgoing, which include discussions concerning national and state Republican Party politics. Several letters are responses to speaking and/or dinner invitations as well as recommendations for various appointments. Correspondents include Cephas Brainerd, Henry Billings Brown, Charles Butler, Julius Chambers, Henry J. Cookinham, William E. Curtis, Charles B. Elliott, Robert Ely, John H. Finley, Henry W. Fishel, Jacob Gallinger, Paul Hickok, Frank Wayland Higgins, Willis Johnson, Adrian Joline, John Knox, Samuel Koenig, Chester Lord, Isabel Lord, William McAdoo, Richard McCurdy, Martin McMahon, Charles Miller, Benjamin B. Odell, William C. Osborn, Ellis Robb, Arthur Saunders, and others11ocn057468632art19150.10Chester Sanders LordBiography01ocn086147776mixRoot, ElihuHistorySourcesLetters, 125 of which are outgoing, which include discussions concerning national and state Republican Party politics. Several letters are responses to speaking and/or dinner invitations as well as recommendations for various appointments01ocn122422119mixSpeer, William McMurtrieThere are 14 manuscript boxes & 3 oversize volumes concerning his work as a journalist & publisher. Speer was the Albany correspondent for "The Sun" from 1884 until 1893. From 1893 to 1896 he was editor and part owner of "The Argus" in Albany and there are business records from this period. There is a scrapbook of his articles for "The Buffalo Express" for the period from 1896 until 1903. In 1896 he founded The Law Press as a commercial printer for lawyers, and The Cornucopia Company to publish music and a literary periodical. From 1904 to 1909, he was editorial and legislative writer for the "Evening World" in New York City and there are files of his correspondence, editorial writing, and his investigations of the insurance industry and the Panama Canal libel suit. From 1903 until 1922, he contributed to periodicals and wrote books and pamphlets on many subjects. Starting in 1919, he worked on a scenario and publicity for the Fox Film Corporation's film on wounded veterans of the war. In 1922, he became an editorial writer for "The Evening Mail."+-+3379905666324+-+3379905666324Fri Mar 21 15:18:57 EDT 2014batch17845