Samuel W. Dike Papers 1870-1913 (bulk 1890-1913)
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Newton Diehl Baker Jr. (December 3, 1871 – December 25, 1937) was an American lawyer, Georgist, politician, and government official. He served as the 37th mayor of Cleveland, Ohio from 1912 to 1915. As U.S. Secretary of War from 1916 to 1921, Baker presided over the United States Army during World War I. Born in Martinsburg, West Virginia, Baker established a legal practice in Cleveland after graduating from Washington and Lee University School of Law. He became progressive Democratic ally of...
Francis Greenwood Peabody (1847-1936) graduated from Harvard College in 1869 and Harvard Divinity School in 1872. Ordained in 1874, Peabody served the First Parish (Unitarian) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, until 1879. Peabody then joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School teaching theological students Christian ethics, specializing in pioneer applications of religion to social problems. He was the Parkman Professor of Theology from 1881 to 1885 and then the Plummer Professor of Christian Mora...
Carroll D. Wright was chief of the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 1873-1888; President of the National Convention of Chiefs and Commissioners of Bureaus of Statistics of Labor, 1883-1903; and the first U.S. Commissioner of Labor, 1885-1905. For additional information see: "Wright, Carroll Davidson." Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. 20, p. 544. From the description of Carroll D. Wright, selected writings, 1878-1901. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id:...
Historian; one of the founders of the American Historical Association (1884); resident of Baltimore, Md. From the description of Papers, 1891-1913; (bulk 1891-1902). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19105170 Historian; one of the founders of the American Historical Association (1884). Resident of Baltimore, Md. From the description of Papers, 1888-1901. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 32305539 Biographical Note: Herbert Baxte...
Temperance organization founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1874. Campaigning against the use of alcohol and in favor of labor laws and prison reform, the W.C.T.U. became one of the largest and most influential women's organizations of the 19th century. It became global when the World W.C.T.U. was founded in 1883. The organization continued to exist through the 20th century, although membership declined after the passage of the 18th Amendment (Prohibition) in 1919. From the description of ...
Congregational minister and social reformer. From the description of Samuel W. Dike papers, 1870-1913 (bulk 1890-1913). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79448833 Biographical Note 1839, Feb. 13 Born, Thompson, Conn. 1859 1863 Attended Williams ...