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Curry, George 1861-1947

Works: 18 works in 34 publications in 1 language and 531 library holdings
Genres: Autobiographies  Biographies  Actualities (Motion pictures)  Newsreels  Nonfiction films  Short films  History  Sources  Archives 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E183.7, 973.917
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Merill's English history for school and home use by George Curry( )

4 editions published between 1892 and 2010 in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The best of Emerge magazine by George Curry( )

2 editions published between 2003 and 2013 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 1990s. African Americans achieved more influence'and faced more explosive issues'than ever before. One word captured those times. One magazine expressed them. Emerge. In those ten years, with an impressive circulation of 170,000 and more than forty national awards to its credit, Emerge became a serious part of the American mainstream. Time hailed its "uncompromising voice." The Washington Post declared that Emerge "gets better with each issue." Then, after nearly a decade, Emerge magazine closed its doors. Now, for the first time, here's a collection of the finest articles from a publication that changed the face of African American news. From the Clarence Thomas nomination to the Bill Clinton impeachment ... from the life of Louis Farrakhan to the death of Betty Shabazz ... from reparations for slavery to the rise of blacks on Wall Street ... the most important people, topics, and turning points of this remarkable period are featured in incisive articles by first-rate writers. Emerge may have ended with the millennium, but'as this incomparable volume proves'the quality of its coverage is still unequaled, the extent of its impact still emerging. Stirring tribute, uncanny time capsule, riveting read'The Best of Emerge Magazine is also the best of American journalism. From the Trade Paperback edition
TR's reception in Albuquerque, N.M., 1916( Visual )

1 edition published in 1916 in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

TR is cordially received on October 23, 1916 in Albuquerque, N.M. where he speaks on behalf of the Republican presidential candidate, Charles Evans Hughes, and attacks President Wilson's Mexican policies. There are long shots of TR being greeted in the courtyard of the Alvarado Hotel; TR walks with a group of men that includes former Rough Rider George Curry, appointed territorial Governor of New Mexico (1907-1911) by TR, and a U.S. Representative (1912-1913); Curry is the tall man in a dark suit and light hat. TR acknowledges an Indian woman and child sitting by a fountain in the courtyard of the hotel and gives the woman some money. A parade on Central Avenue is held in honor of TR; there are views of a marching band, a mounted escort that includes twelve former Rough Riders, and decorated cars carrying dignitaries; distance and camera angle make positive identification of TR in this sequence impossible. From a narrow platform erected in front of the Alvarado Hotel, TR gives his speech; the seated man behind him is Senator Albert B. Fall, one of New Mexico's first senators (1912-1921) and later to be Secretary of the Interior under Harding (1921-1923). Last sequence of TR waving from car, walking with several men through a crowd, and standing in a car, may be unrelated footage
E.R. Stettinius, Jr. by Richard L Walker( Book )

4 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Message of George Curry, governor of New Mexico, to the 38th Legislative Assembly, January 18, 1909 by New Mexico( Book )

1 edition published in 1909 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

George Curry, 1861-1947 : an autobiography by George Curry( Book )

2 editions published between 1958 and 1995 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frank M. King papers by Frank M King( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Correspondence Sub-series is arranged alphabetically by author. All of the items are requests for King's various books addressed to both King and to the Western livestock journal. Some of the book requests include personal notes that did not contain substantive details warranting inclusion in the correspondence series. The Ephemera is arranged alphabetically by type. Materials include items regarding the copyright agreement and applications for King's books, Weekly Market Reports by the Arizona Cattle Growers Association, book announcements and advertising, and newspaper and magazine clippings. Subjects include American Indian education; American Authors; American West Authors; Cattle brands; Cattle trade; Cherokee Indians; Cheyenne Indians; Jesse Chisholm; Chisholm Trail; John Collier; Cowboys; Frontier and pioneer life; Crow Indians; Hopi Indians; horses; Indian reservations; Indians of North America; Jesse James; Bruce Kiskaddon; Klamath Indians; National Congress of American Indians; Navajo Indians; Will Rogers; Sioux Nation; Texas Cowboy Reunion; Trail of Tears; Bureau of Indian Affairs, Five Civilized Tribes Agency; United States Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes; Pancho Villa; Western stories, American West Folklore
Albert B. Fall papers by Albert B Fall( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Significant persons represented in the collection include: Holm Olaf Bursum (31 pieces), Thomas Benton Catron (5), George Curry (20), Harry Micajah Daugherty (15), Henry Ossian Flipper (25), Warren Gamaliel Harding (25), Herbert Clark Hoover (10), Charles Evans Hughes (23), Franklin Knight Lane (24), Robert Lansing (21), Henry Cabot Lodge (13), Stephen Tyng Mather (10), Theodore Roosevelt (10), Woodrow Wilson (15)
Letter from George Curry to William Loeb (1907-12-04) by George Curry( )

1 edition published in 1907 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

New Mexico Governor Curry warns William Loeb of corporate and political efforts to portray President Roosevelt's administration and the Rough Riders negatively in the press. He recommends sending a pro-Roosevelt delegation to avoid reactionary support of Governor Charles Evans Hughes. Curry is awaiting instructions from President Roosevelt for scheduling the convention, and intends on continuing with his plan of not including federal office holders as representatives of the delegation. He adds that while David J. Leahy's appointment as the new United States Attorney of New Mexico went smoothly, Curry is figuring out what should be done with Morgan Llewellyn, the Surveyor General of New Mexico. Curry will recommend his resignation if it is too embarrassing for President Roosevelt. He notes that Delegate William H. Andrews has introduced a statehood bill for New Mexico, and he will probably go with the committee
Telegram from George Curry to Theodore Roosevelt (1907-10-31) by George Curry( )

1 edition published in 1907 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

New Mexico Territory Governor George Curry notifies President Roosevelt that he objects to Ormsby McHarg's interference in matters over which he has no authority, as the Department of Justice has no right to give orders to subordinate Territorial officials as McHarg has done in the Pennsylvania Development Company case
Lincoln County, New Mexico collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists of a broad range of materials concerning government, people, and businesses in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Includes letters, business documents, ledgers, scrapbooks, and financial documents. Lincoln County businessmen with materials in the collection include Melvin G. Paden, George A. Titsworth, and Edward R. Bonnell. Some of the businesses and organizations with materials in the collection include the Old Abe Mining Company, the White Oaks Mines Consolidated, the White Oaks Academy Association, the Exchange Bank of White Oaks, the Titsworth Company, and the law firms of Hewitt and Hudspeth, and Cockrell and Thornton. Collection also includes personal and business papers of George Curry, who served as New Mexico's last territorial Governor, and William C. McDonald, who served as New Mexico's first state Governor. Photostats of several letters and documents concerning Billy the Kid are also present
George Curry collection by George Curry( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection contains one letter to Carlos N. Perea of California from George Curry, State Historian of New Mexico, discussing matters relating to Perea's father; three certificates honoring George Curry; and one New Mexico Territorial Guard certificate appointing Charles Curry to Second Lieutenant
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George Curry, 1861-1947 : an autobiography
Alternative Names
George Curry Amerikaans politicus (1861-1947)

George Curry amerikanesche Politiker

George Curry amerikansk politikar

George Curry amerikansk politiker

George Curry polític estatunidenc

George Curry (politician)

George Curry (politician) político americano

George Curry (politician) yhdysvaltalainen poliitikko

George Curry politicien américain

George Curry político estadounidense

George Curry politico statunitense

George Curry políticu estauxunidense (1861–1947)

George Curry U.S. military officer and politician

George Curry U.S. military officer and politician (1861-1947)

George Curry US-amerikanischer Politiker

جورج كاري (سياسي أمريكي) سياسي من الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية

جورج کوری (سیاستچی)

جيورجى كورى

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