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Catalogue no.5 from l914 to 1917 September / compiled by the librarian, Sally Jackson. Kentucky Historical Society. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images University of Kentucky, Electronic Information Access & Management Center Lexington, Kentucky 2002 b92-52-26953815 Electronic reproduction. 2002. (Beyond the shelf, serving historic Kentuckiana through virtual access (IMLS LG-03-02-0012-02) ; These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Catalogue no.5 from l914 to 1917 September / compiled by the librarian, Sally Jackson. Kentucky Historical Society. [s.n., Frankfort : 1917] 83 p. ; 23 cm. Coleman New ed., with additions, of "Catalogue no.4 ... 1914." Microfilm. Atlanta, Ga. : SOLINET, 1992. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (SOLINET/ASERL Cooperative Microfilming Project (NEH PS-20317) ; SOL MN02174.09 KUK) Printing Master B92-52. IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kentucky Bibliography.Jackson, Sally. CATALOGUE No. 5 OF KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FROM 1914 TO 1917 SEPTEMBER Fcbr3 0 I COMPILED BY THE LIBRARIAN MISS SALLY JACKSON FRANKFORT, KY. This page in the original text is blank. CATALOGUE No. 5 OF KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FROM 1914 TO 1917 September COMPILED BY THE LIBRARIAN MISS SALLY JACKSON FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY THE STATE JOURNAL COMPANV Pnrnsr to the Camuwes" Franlewm KAeedo GENERAL LITERATURE 1. Adams, John Quincy-The duplicate letters, documents, etc., relating to transactions of negotiations at Ghent, published by 2. Adair, General John-Defense against charges pub- lished under signature of "Brutus," July 13, 1820. 3. Agnew, John Brownlee-Funeral Sermon of. 4. Alaska-Population and Resources of; 1881. 5. American Historical Association-Organized at Sara- toga, N. Y., 1884; incorporated in 1889; reports to be made annually to Smithsonian Institution; proceedings of; 25 volumes to 1912. 6. American Historical Association., Washington, D. C.- Report of; 1903, 1904, 1905; 2 volumes. 7. American Historical Association-Amendments to Con- stitution of; Ames; 2 volumes; 1896. 8. American Philosophical Society-Proceedings of; 20 volumes. 9. American Commonwealth Company-" Woman's Who's Who In America;" gift; 1914. 10. American State Papers-Public Lands; vols. 4 to 8. 11. American. State Papers-Finances; vols. 4 and 5. 12. American State Papers-Military Affairs; vols. 4, 5, 6, 7. 13. American State Papers-Naval Affairs; vols. 2, 3. 14. American State Papers-Foreign Relations; vols. 5, 6. 15. Andrews, Alexander-Family Bible of; born, 1763; married, 1787. 16. An Account of the West from 1520 to 1573; 1848. 17. Anglo-Saxon Classics-15 volumes. KENTUCKY STATE HIISTOICAL SOCIETY. 18. Archives of the Episcopal General Convention-Hobart Correspondence, 1804, 1805; gift to Kentucky Historical Society; J. Pierepont Morgan; 6 volumes. 19. Andrews, Matthew Page, A. M.-History of the United States from a Southern Standpoint; Philadelphia, Pa. 20. A rkansas-Biographical and Pictorial History of; 1887. 21. An Appeal to the People of the North-1861. 22. Art Catalogue. 23. Arteinus Ward-Biography of; 1878. 24. A udubon's Western Journal-By his daughter; 1 vol- um.e (bound); 1849, 1850. 25. Battle Monument at West Poin.t; 1 volume (bound). 26. Bank Act (National); 1882. 27. Bates, Fimnis-T'he First True Account of the Assas- sination of President Lincoln; Memphis, Tenn.; 1906. 28. Barclay's "Wilde Summer Rose "-1871. 29. Beecher, Lyman-Sermons of; 1 volume; 1828. 30. Bigelow, Timothy-Oration. Before the Municipal Au- thorities of Boston; 1853. 31. Bloss, William-What I Remember of Early Chicago; 1876. 32. Botta's History of the American Revolution; 2 volumes; 1834. 33. Bound Volume of Miscellaneous Pamphlets-1824-1830. 34. Bradford's History, or the Log of the Mayflower-Do- nated by Mrs. Jno. D. White. 35. Browne, James-History of Scotland; 8 volumes; 1909. 36. Bradley's "Granny Short's Barbecue"-1878. 37. British Classics. 38. Bunker Hill Monument Association-Proceedings of; 1879. 39. Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress-1 volume; 1878. 40. Butterfield, C. W.-Washington Irving Correspondence. 41. Bureau of American Ethnology-loth Census; 20 vol- umes; 1880. 42. Business Woman's Club, Louisville, Ky.-Organized in 1899; incorporated 1901; started with no means, 35 4 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. members; now owns buildings; Mrs. Jas. Buchanan, President. 43. Catholic Society of the U. S.-Proceedings of Public Meeting; 1885. 44. Cary's "The Olive Branch"-1 volume (bownd); 1817. 45. Census of the U. S.-Eighth; Population; 1860. 46. Census of the U. S.-Eighth; Manufacturers; 1860. 47. Certain Super-naturalisms of the Bible-Examination of; 1856. 48. Clayton, Hon. Jn.o. M.-Speech on Veto Message of President Pierce on Bill for Benefit of Indigent Insane; 1854. 49. Climatology of Florida-1875. 50. Commercial Convention. of Southern and Western States-Journal of; 1854. 51. Cobbett, William-Works of; 2 volumes; 1801. 52. Congressional Globe-1843, 1844. 53. Congressional Globe-First Session; 36th Congress; 1859, 1860. 54. Congressional Globe-Second Session; 36th Congress, 1862, 1863. 55. Congressional Globe-7 volumes; 40th Congress; 1867, 1868. 56. Congressional Directory-43rd Congress. 57. Constitution of the U. S.-Documentary History of; 1905. 58. Crozier, William Armstrong-Edited by "The Buckners of Virginia"; published privately for William Dickin- son Buckner; gift from Mrs. Simon B. Buckner; 1 vol- ume; 1907. 59. Dakota Historical Society-Pierre, South Dakota; "The Early Empire Builders of the Great West"; 1904. 60. D'Aubigny's History of the Reformation-4 volumes (2 volumes missing). 61. Denny Genealogy of England and America (gift). 62. Depon's Voyage-3 volumes (bound). 5 6 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 63. Daughters of American Revolution-Proceedings of National Society; 8 voluones; paper. 64. Democratic Convention at Baltimore-Proceedings of; gift from Hon. Grant Green; 1852. 65. "Elementa Philosophiae Ad Usumg"-Bought in Quito by E. Rumsey Wing, U. S. Minister to Ecuador; 1871. 66. Elements of History 67. Famnous American Statesmen and Orators-6 volumes. 68. Findley, Rev. J. B.-Autobiography of. 69. Finidiey, Rev. J. B.-Sketches of Western Methodism; 1854. 70. Flag of Canada, Quebec-1908. 71. Florida Fruit Growers' Association-Proceedings of; 1875. 72. Fortier, Alcee-"History of Louisiana"; 1803-1861; 4 voliwie is; (includes much Kentucky history). 73. Georgia Historical Society Papers. 74. Constitution, By-Laws and List of Members; 1869. 75. Sergeant William Jasper; 1876. 76. Rev. Stephens Elliott's Reply to Resolutions, Georgia Historical Society; 1866. 77. Collections of Georgia Historical Society-Volume 3, Part 1; 1848. 78. Collections of Georgia Historical Society-Volumes 2, 3, 4; 1848. 79. Eulogy of the Life and Character of the Rt. Rev. Steph- en Elliott. 80. Dedication of Hodgson Hall-Proceedings by Georgia Historical Society; 1876. 81. Georgia-Steven's History of; 2 volumes; 1847. 82. Goodman, Thomas J.-Pocket Bible carried by; Co. I, 4th Va. Vol. Infty, Stonewall Brigade; 1868. 83. Gold Thwaites, Reuben-Edited by; Early Western Travels; 1846-1848; 1 volume; 1904. 84. Gouge's Fiscal History of Texas; 1 volume; 1852. 85. Guizot's Life of Christ-Finely illustrated; 3 volumes. 86. Henry Family, The-By John Flournoy Henry. 6 CATALOGUE NUMBEB FIVE. 87. Holy Bible-Illustrated. 88. Holley's Mrs.-Texas; 1836. 89. Horton Family, The-History of Fine Old Family in New York and Kentucky; 1912. 90. Houston, General Sam-Glanee at the Life of; 1 vol- ume; 1854. 91. Hume and Smollett's History of the Reign of George 3rd. 92. Hurl but and Father Marquette at Mackinac and Chi- cago; 1 volume; 1878. 93. Huidekoper, Frederick Louis-Some Important Mili- tary Operations. 94. Indiana-Geological Survey of; 1878. 95. Illinois State Historical Collections-"Travel and De- scription," 1765-1865; by Solon Justus Buck; Volume 9; 1914. 96. Illinois State Historical Collections--George Rogers Clark Papers, 1771-1781; by James Alton James; Vol- ume 8; 1912. 97. Illinois Deparment of Agriculture-Report of; 1877. 98. Illinois University-Report of; 1878. 99. Illinois Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners-Re- port of; 1878. 100. Illinois Constitutional Convention-Debates of; Vol- ume 2; 1870. 101. Illinois-Biennial Messages of Governors of 1771-1791 (exchange); 1888. 102. Iowa-Messages and Proclamations of the Governor of; 1904. 103. Iowa Journal of History and Politics, Iowa Cit y-1906. 1907, 1908, 1909. 104. Iowa-Fiftieth Anniversary of the Constitution of; 1907. 105. Iowa-Life of Chief Justice Miller; native of Madison County, Kentucky; 1906. 106. Iowa-Annals and Historical Quarterly; 1908. 107. Irish and Scotch-Irish in America. 7 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 108. Irving, Washington-Life of George Washington; 5 volumes; 1869. 109. Jefferson, Thomas-Observations on the Writings of; in regard to attack made on late General Henry Lee; 1839. 110. Johnson, General Adam R.-Memoirs by; "The Parti- san Rangers"; 1904. 111. Jones of Virginia and London-Notes by Judge Lewis Jones, Winchester, Ky.; 1 volume (gift); 1891. 112. Journal of American History-12 volumes. 113. Journals of the Continental Congress-20 volumes. 114. Journey Thro' Spain-1786-1787. 115. Journal of the U. S. House of Represen-tatives, 2nd Con- gress, 2nd Session; 1792. 116. Kansas Historical Coliections-1907-1908. 117. Kingsbury, Susan M.-Instructor of History at Vassar College; introduction to the records of the Virginia Co. of London, with biographical list of extant documents; Governrmen-t Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 118. Knights and Ladies of the Golden Rule-Ritual of. 119. Laidley, W. S.-History of West Virginia, especially Kanawha County; 1 volume. 120. Latrobe-The First Steamboat Voyage on Western Waters; 1 volume. 1291. Latrobe-The Last Chapter in the History of the Steam- boat; 1 volume. 122. Library of Southern Literature-Edited by Edwin An- derson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Chas. W. Kent; 15 volumes; 1908-1909. 123. Library of Congress-Report of; 1908-1909. 124. Library of Congress-Catalogue of Van Buren Papers (gift). 125. Life of Samuel Mudd-By his daughter; 1 volume. 126. Lee, Ambrose, of New York-Photogravure of Robt. E. Lee (gift). 127. Lee's Observations on the Writings of Thomas Jeffer- son; 1 volume; 1855. 8 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. 128. Lindsey Family-Association of America, by Mrs. M. L. Atkinson, author and Secretary of the Association; 1906. 129. Limoges, France-Its People and its China Elite Works (gift); 1890. 130. Lowery, Woodbury-The Spanish Settlements within the Present Limits of the U. S., 1513-1574 (gift); 2 volumes; 1911. 131. Louisiana Historical Society Publications-History of Louisiana; 1 volume; 1904. 132. An Abstract of Genealogical Collection, St. Louis-1 volume; 1907. 133. Macaulay's History of England-5 volumes; 1849. 134. Maryland-Archives of; Acts of Assembly; 1666-1676. 135. Maryland Historical Society-Report of Secretary; 1850. 136. Maryland Historical Society-Catalogue of Paintings; Engravings, etc., in Gallery; 1853. 137. Maryland Historical Society-Constitution and By- Laws; 1844-1878. 138. Maryland Historical Society and the Peabody Institute Trustees-1866. 139. Maryland Historical Society-Gen. Henry E. McCul- loch's Defense of Himself; 1 volume; 1879. 140. Maryland Historical Papers-Maryland's Influence in Founding a National Commonwealth. 141. Papers Relating to Early History of Maryland; 1776. 142. Expedition of LaFayette Against Arnold-1878. 143. Sketch of Life of Benjamin Banneker. 144. Sketch of the Life of Dr. James McHenry-1876. 145. Settlement of Ellicott Mills-1876. 146. Excerpta ex Diversis Letteris Missionariorum-1877. 147. The Founding of Washington City-1879. 148. The Early Friends or Quakers in Maryland-1862. 149. Meade, Bishop William-Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia; 2 volumes; 1878. 9 10EBNTUCKY STATz HIsToRIcALES SoCIETY. 150. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections-12 vol- umes (bound); 1860-1909. 151. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections-"A Brief Memoir of Dr. George H. Gay." 152. Michauz's "Early Western Travels," Illustrated; 1 volume. 153. Missouri Historical Collection. 154. McCw, John N.-The McCue's of the Old Dominion. 155. Minnesota Historical Society-Charter and By-Laws; 1 volume; 1879. 156. Minnesota Historical Society Collections-Volume 3, Part 3. 157. Minnesota Historical Society Paper-The Hennepin Bi- Centenary; 1880. 158. Mexican War Veterans-Proceedings of National Asso- ciation, Washington, D. C., February 23, 1875. 159. Michigan Pioneer Collections-S volumes; 1874-1885. 160. Michigoan Pioneer Collections-1896. 161. Matthias and His Impostors. 162. McAllister, J. T.-Index to Saffell's Soldiers of the Rev- olutionary War. 163. Miscellaneous Works-Bound volume. 164. Missouri Historical Society Papers-1905. 165. Missouri Historical Society-The Montezuma Mounds from the Mission. 166. Mississippi Historical Society-Publications of (ex- change); 1906. 167. Montana Historical Society-Report of; 1904-1907. 168. Morse's Universal Geography-Volume 1. 169. New England Historical and Genealogical Society- Constitution and By-Laws; 1852-1876. 170. New England Historical and Genealogical Society- Proceedings (1871-1872 missing); 1873-1874. 171. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-List of Members; 1877. 172. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-Ad- dress of Dr. Winslow Lewis before; 1863. 10 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. 173. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-Dis- course Delivered by William Jinks; 1852. 174. New Engiand Historical and Genealogical Society-Ad- dress of Hon. Marshall P. Wilder; 1880. 175. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-His- tory of; 1844. 176. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-Cat- alogue of Possessions; 1854. 177. New England Historical and Genealogical Society- Charter; 1666. 178. New England Historical and Genealogical Society- Registers; 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904 to 1914. 179. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-Cat- alogue of Possessions; 1854. 180. New England Historical and Genealogical Society-His- tory of the Society; 1844. 181. New York Historical Society-Address of Wm. R. Huntington, D. D., Commemwrative of Eugene Hoffman, President of the Society; 1903. 182. New York Public Library-Bulletin; 1908. 183. New Hampshire Historical Society-Proceedings of Meeting of 80th Anniversary-Concord; 1904. 184. North Carolina Historical Society Papers-Trinity College; 1906. 185. North Carolina Historical Society Papers-History of the Revolution with Mecklenburg Declaration of 1775 and Names of Signers. 186. North American Rodentia-Monograph of. 187. Obituary Addresses upon the Occasion of the Re-inter- ment of the Remains of Gen. Chas. Scott, Wm. T. Bar- ry and Capt. Bland Ballard and Wife in Cemetery at Frankfort, November 8, 1854. 188. Oklahoma Historical Society-Proceedings of; 1904. 189. Oklahoma Historical Society-3rd Biennial Report; 1903-1904. 190. Oklahoma Historical Society-Magazie; 1903-1904. 11 1KENTUCKY STATE HwsTo-IcAL SOCIETY. 191. Old and New Monongehela Bell, Vernon, Pa.-1893. 192. Oldfellow, Olivia-Portfolio of. 193. Old Style Geography, with Maps and Tables-1860. 194. Owen, Charles H.-The Justice of the Mexican War. 195. Page, Thomas Nelson-The Negro the Southern Prob- lem; 1904. 196. Paley's Philosophy-i volume. 197. Paine's Political Works. 198. Pennsylvania Historical Society in New York-Year Book; 1904-1905. 199. Pennsylvania Historical Society in New York-Year Book; 1907-1908. 200. Philadelphia Agricultural Society-Memoirs of; 2 vol- umes; 1811. 201. Philosophical Society-Proceedings, January to June, - 1879. 202. Plummer, W. T.-Vital Godliness. 203. Post Office Department, U. S.-Official Register; 1881. 204. Porcupines' Work-(Volumes 3, 5, 8 missing). 205. Potts, Rev. J. P.-Oration before Survivors of War of 1812 in New York; 1,551. 206. Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia-Journal of; 1904-1909. 207. Putnam, James C.-Speech of Ecclesiastical Tenures, January 30, 1855. 208. Prominent Families in Virginia with Many Descendants in Kentucky-5 volumes; 1907. 209. Preamble and Resolutions of Old Soldiers of 1812-Jan- uary 8, 1855. 210. Proceedings of National Convention of Soldiers of 1812 at Philadlelphia-1854. 211. Proceedings of Mass Meeting at Cooper's Institute to Consider National Finances; March 24, 1874. 212. Rankin's Dialogues. 213. Randolph's Resignation-Vindication of. 214. Richardson, Hester Dorsey-Side Lights on Maryland History; 2 volumes, 2 sets; 1903. 12 CATALoGuE NUMBER FIvz. 215. Ratterman's History of the Great American West; 1875. 216. Relics of the Mound Builders-No. 23; 1874. 217. Robinson's, Conway-Account of Discoveries of Great West Until 1819; 1848. 218. Rhode Island Historical Society-Proceedings from 1872-1878. 219. Rhode Island Historical Society Collections-Volume 1; 1827. 220. Rhode Island Historical Society-Reports of; 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877. 221. Rhode Island Historical Society-Proceedings of Gen- eral Assembly of the Incorporation of Providence Plan- tation; 1647. 222. Rhode Island Historical Society-Kimball's Oration and Rodman's Poem before Municipal Authorities of Prov- idence, July 4, 1856. 223. Rhode Island Historical Society-Judge Pittman's Cen- tennial Discourse on the Settlement of Providence, Au- gust 5, 1836. 224. Rhode Island-M1essage of Governor Chas. Vanzandt of; 1879. 225. Roosevelt', Theodore-The Winning of the West; 4 volumes; 1908. 226. Saulsbury, Hon. Eli-Speech of on "Civil Rights" in U. S. Senate; 1874. 227. Salmon's Modern Gazetteer, or a Short View of the Several Nations of the World-1762. 228. Scrap Book of Newspaper Clippings. 229. Scott, Gen. Winfield-The Life of. 230. Scottsmen of Renown, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1904.. 231. Sketches of Character. 232. Smith, Thaddeus-Historical Sketch of Point Au Pelee Island. 233. Smith, Elder John.-Life of. 234. Smithsonian Institution-Report of; 1846-1886. 235. Smithsonian Institution-Bulletins; 1885-1906. 13 4KNTUoCKY STATE HIsTOuICAL SocETY. 236. Smithsonian Institution-Report of; 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912. 237. Smithsonian Institution-Review of Life of from 1846 to 1896-50 years; gift from the Institution; 1907. 238. Smith, Geo. R.-Life of (Ex-Kentuckian and Founder of Sedalia, Mo.); 1907. 239. Sons of Colorado-Crossing the Plains in 1864; 1908. 240. Sons of the American Revolution-Year Book; 1896. 241. South Carolina Historical Society-Collection, Volumne 1; 1877. 242. South Carolina Historical Society-Address before; 1877. 243. St. Louis-The Future Great City of the World; 1870. 244. Swift, Rev. Jonathan-Works of; 1812. 245. Stevens, William B.-Bistory of Georgia; 2 volumes; 1845. 246. Swiss Family Robinson-1 volume. 247. St. Andrews Society-Report of; 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878. 248. Solon-Travel and Description; 1765-1865. 249. Story of St. Louis-A Beautiful History; gift of the Author. 250. Shakespeare's Works-13 volumes. 251. Shepherd's Life of Robert E. Lee-1 volume; 1906. 252. Tennessee in the Civil War-Wright, 1861-1865; 1904. 253. The Negro-By Ariel, Cincinnati, Ohio; 1867. 254. Texas Veterans-Convention of, with lists; 1873. 255. Texas Veterans-Excursion to Fort Meigs of Veterans of 1812; 1870. 256. The Universal Spelling Book of 1767-Given by Mrs. Reed, Franklin County. 257. The New Standard History of the World-2 volumes. 258. The South in the Building of the Nation-By Southern Historical Publication Society, Richmond, Va.; 12 vol- unmes; 1909. 259. The Elements of History. 260. The Land of Moab-1873. 14 CATALOGUE NuxBn Fxvz. 261. The Silurian Spring-Waukesha, Wisconsin; 1 Pamph- let. 0 262. Thruston, Ballard; President General of National Sows of the American Revolution-Gift; Proceedings. 263. Townsend's Journey Thru Spain-2 volumes. 264. Truth's Advocate and Anti-Jackson Expositor. 265. Tyndal's Pen Pais, or Laws of England. 266. Underwood, Rev. J. L.-The Women of the Confedera- cy; 1906. 267. U. S. Geological Survey-Bulletins from 1 to 16, inclu- sive; Volumes 11 and 12. 268. U. S. Geological Survey-Origin of Certain Place Names in U. S.; 1905. 269. U. S. Off icial Register-Volumes 1 and 2; 1881. 270. U. S. Official Register-Volumes 1, 2, 3; 1885. 271. U. S. Department of Commerce-ist Census; Heads of Families State of Maryland; 1790. 272. U. S. Department of Commerce-ist Census 1790; Heads of Families; Enumeration of Virginia; 1782-1783. 273. U. S. Department of Commerce-ist Census, 1790; Heads of Families; State of Pennsylvania. 274. United Confederate Veterans-Proceedings of 6th An. Reunion, Richmond, Va.; 1896. 275. Vicksburg-The Siege of; 1861-1865. 276. Virginia Historical Society-Collections Volume 3; do- nated by Geo. W. Ranck. 277. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond-Report of Sec- retary; 1883. 278. Virginia Historical Society-Department of Archives and History; Circular of Transcripts; Report of Jno. P. Kennedy, Librarian; 1906. 279. Virginia Historical Society-Brock's Sketch of Rich- mond, Va.; 1880. 280. Virginia. Historical Society-Folio copy of Laws of Virginia; 1880. 281. Virginia Historical Society-Virginia Magazine of His- tory and Biography; 1913. 1KzTUCKY STATz HIwToiIcAL SOET. 282. Virginia Historical Society-Index to Saffell's List of Revolutionary Soldiers; by J. T. McAllister; Hot Springs Publishing Company, Va. 283. Virginia Historical Society-McAllister Family Rec- ords; 1913. 284. Virginia Historical Society-Southern. Historical Pa- pers; 1913. 285. Virginia Historical Society-St. Mark's Parish, by Ra- leigh T. Green 286. Virginia Historical Society-History of Kanawha County and Charleston, W. Va., by W. T. Laidley, 1912. 287. Virginia Historical Society-Prominent Families of Virginia with Many Descendants in Kentucky, by Du- Bellet; 5 volumes. 288. Virginia Historica2 Society-The old Virginia Court House at Augusta-town. near Washington, Pennsylva- nia; 1776-1777. 289. Virginia-Bishop Meade's Old Families and Churches in Virginia; 1894. 290. Virginia-A Handbook of 291. Virginia-The West Virginia Historical Magazine. 292. Virginia-Second Annual Report of Librarian of. 293. Virginia-Report of R. A. Brock, Secretary of South- ern Historical Society; 1906. 294. Virginia-R. A. Brock donates the Army and Navy Prayer Book, Richmond, Va.; 1865. 295. War of the Rebellion-Naval Records of both Armies; 4 volumes. 296. War of the Rebellion-Official Records of Union and Confederate Armies; 69 volumes, 127 books. 297. Waters-Genealogical Gleanings in. England; bound. 298. Waters-Genealogical Gleanings in England. 299. West Virginia-Report on Archives and History; Lew- is; 1906. 300. Washington's Journey from Philadelphia to Cambridge June 23 to July 3,1775. 16 CATALOGU Nuxrn Favx 301. Washington's General Diary from 1789 to 1791, with Journal of a Tour to Ohio in 1753. 302. Washington and Irving Correspondence. 303. Winthrop and Belknap Papers. 304. Winstandley's Divinity. 305. Wilson, Woodrow-History of the American People; 5 volumes; 1903. 306. Wing, E. Rsmsey-U. S. Minister to Ecuador; "Eke- menta Philosophae ad Uswnm"; this book bought i Quito by; 1875. 307. Wisconsin Historical Society-The Dells of Wiscouswa River; 1901. 308. The Wisconsin Historical Society-Magamue of Soci- ety; 1909-1914. 309. Wisconsin Historical Society-History of the Nort- west, published from Draper MSS., by the society as4 presented to the Kentucky Historical Society by Reuben Gold Thwaites, President of the Wisconsin Society (since deceased); 18 volumes; 1910. 310. Wood, James H.-l7th Virginia infantry; Stonepvfi Jackson, His Campaigns and Battles; The Regiments as I Saw Them; 1861-1865. 311. Wright-Tennessee in the War; 1861-1865. 312. Wyoming and Idaho Territories-U. S. Geological Str- vey of. 313. Young Men's Mercantile Library Associatios-4t Annual Report of Directors; 1817. 314. Young, Willoughby-Bible owned by. MAPS. 315. Map of Kentucky and Tennessee during the Civil War (Confederate)-1861-1865. 316. Map of Kentucky and Tennessee during the Civil War (Federal)-1861-1865. 317. Map of Reconnaisance of the Country between Wash- ington and New Orleans-1854. 318. Map of Central America-1856. 17 18 ENTKy STATE HTOOL OY. 1S9. Map of Hancock County, Kentucky, and parts of Breck- inridge, Grayson and Ohio Counties. ALMANACS. 20. Bradford's, John-Almanacs, Le3iington, Ky.; 1800- 1806. 21. Library of Congress-Check List of American Alma- nacs; 1639-1800. 22. Kentucky Almanacs-Bound; 1803-1806. 23. The Philadelphia Times Almanao-1871. 324. The Tribune Almanac-1870. ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND DICTIONARIES. 325. American Biography-5 volunes. 326. Biographical Dictionary-32 volumes. 327. Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky-Armstrong and Ireland; 1 volume; 1878. 328. Chalmer's General Biographical Dictionary-82 vol- umes (volume 25 missing). 29. Commercial Dictionary-2 volumes; 1804. 330. Dictionary of U. S. Congress-1864. 31. International Cyclopedia-Edited by H. D. Peck; 1906. 32. New International Encyclopedia-21 volumes; 1911. 333. Purley's Universal Dictionary. REPORTS. 34. Alkska-Report of Expedition to Point Barrow; 1 vol- ume; 1885. 335. American Historical Association-Annual Reports; 1897-1914. 336. Bureau of Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution-Annual Reports; 1979, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1886, 1900. 337. Colorado, Denver-Report of Historical and Natural History Society; 1905. 338. Commissioners of Public Charities of Illinois-Report of Board; 5th Annual Report; 1878. is CATALoGuR NuMBU3 Fir. 339. Exploration of the Missisippi River-Report of Board of Survey; 1853-1856. 340. Illinois Southern Normal University-3rd Biennial Re- port; 1877-1878. 341. Illinois Board of Health-lst Annual Report; 1879. 342. Illinois Soldiers' and Orphans' Home-5th Anul Re- port; 1878. 343. New York Historical Society-Report of Eecutive Committee; 1903-1908. 344. Pennsylvania-Report of Department of Agriculture; 1906-1909. 345. Secretary of Interior-Report of; Volume 3; 1881. 346. U. S. Library of Congress-Report of; 1901-1909. 347. U. S. Bureau of Education-Report of Commisswor; 1880. 348. U. S. Bureau of Education-Special Report; 184. 349. U. S. Geological Survey-ist and 5th Annual Report; 1880-1884. 350. Vicksburg National Park Commission-Report of; 1906. 351. Virginia State Library Board-2nd Annual Report; 1906. 352. Smithsonian. Institution, Washington, D. C.-Report of; 1904, 1905, 1906. 353. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.-Literature of; 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902. 354. Smithsonian Institution-Annual Report of National Mwseum; 1893,1895,1896,1897,1901,1908. 355. Superintendent of Yellowstone Park-Annual Report; 1880. 356. Yale Jollege-Report of President; 1903. MAGAZINES. 1. American Journal of History-B volumes. 2. American Historical Magazine-Illustrated; 1908. 3. American History-Journal of; 1907, 1908. 4. American Historical Review-April, 1906. 19 0 KNTUOKY STATE HsTorAL SCITY. 5. American Woman's Review, St. Louis, Mo.-1904, 1905, 1906, 1907. 6. American Monthly Magazine, Washington., D. C.-1906. 7. American Weekly Messenger-Volumes 1 and 2; 1814. 8. Analectic Magazine-1816. 9. American Practitioner-February, 1882. 10. Arena, The-Contributed by Frank Chinn; 1896. 11. Bath Society Papers. 12; American. Journal of History-Pictures of Lee, Davis, Grant, Lincoln. 13. Bob Taylor's Magazine, Nashville, Tenn.-1906. 14. Cambridge Historical Society Magazine-1906, 1907. 15. Chicago Historical Society Magazine-1908-1913. 16. Century Magazine-Contributed by Frank Chinin; 1900, 1901. 17. Confederate Veteran, The-Nashville, Tenn.; 1905. 18. Cosmopolitan, The-19 volumes; 1892-1898. 19. Cosmopolitan, The-Contributed by Miss SaUy Jackson. 20. Contemporary Bibliography of English Literature in the Reign of Charles 2nd, James 2nd, William and Mary and Anne. 21. D. A. B. Monthly Magazine, Washington, D. C.-1905- 1914. 22. Franklin Farmer. 23. Globe and Appendix. 24. Gospel Herald-Volume 1. 25. Harper's New Monthly Magazine-January, 1885. 26. Harper's Magazine-Fiction Number; (contributed by Frank Chinn); 1900. 27. Harper's Magazine-(Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton); 1902. 28. Inland Monthly, The-St. Louis, Mo. 29. Iowa Journal of History and Politics-Iowa City; 1904. 30. Iowa Journal of History and Politics-Iowa City; 1907, 1908. 31. Illustrated Kentuckian, with Portrait and Sketch of Life of Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 20 CATALoGuz NuMs3 Fw2 32. Journal of the Society of the D. A. B., Washington, D. C.-1914. 33. Missouri Historical Review-1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914. 34. Mechanical Magazine, St. Louis, Mo.-1905. 35. Missouri Historical Society-Bulletins; 1904. 36. Missouri Historical Collections-1903. 37. Modern Culture-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Mor- ton; 1900. 38. Munsey, The-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 1902. 39. National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C.- 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912,1913,1914. 40. North Western Reporter-Vol. 32, No. 3. 41. North American, The-Philadelphia, Pa., May 21,1894. 42. New York Library-Bulletins of; Astor, Lenox and Til- den Foundation; 1907. 43. Ohio Historical Magazine, Columbus, Ohio. 44. Oregon Agriculturist and Rural Northwest, Portland- 1906, 1907. 45. Official Register of the U. S.-2 volumes; 1881. 46. Official Register of the U. S.-1 volume; 1885. 47. Presbyterian Historical Magazine-1906. 48. Puritan, The-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 1900. 49. Putnam's Monthly Magazine-April, 1870. 50. Rural Northwest and Oregon Agriculturist-1905. 51. Revoue Franco Americaine-1894. 52. Review of Reviews-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 1892. 53. Review of Reviews-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 1900. 54. Shakespeare's Head, The. 55. Scribner's Magazine for 1893-1900. 56. Scribner's Magazine-Contributed by Mrs. Jenme C. Morton; 1902. 57. Southern Historical Magazine-(Mississippi). 21 22 KziTuCxY STATE HISOJAL SoCT. 58. Southern Magazine-Contributed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 1894, 1895. 59. Strand Magazine. 60. The Louisville Monthly Magazine-January, 1880. 61. The Western Citizen, Paris, Ky.-January 26, 1813. 62. The Christian Observer, Louisville, Ky.-1905-1909. 63. ,The Convention (bound copy)-Jan. 2, 1847, to Feb. 2, 1848. 64. The German Pioneers-Vol. 9, Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 65. Truth's Advocate and Asti-Jackson Expositor. 66. The Confederate, Nashville, Tenn.-1907. 67. The Censor-Vol. 3; 1833-1850. 68. Transylvania Medical Journal-Edited by Dr. Lunsford Yandell; 1832. 69. Transylvania Medical Journal-Edited by Dr. Ethelbert Dudley; 1833-1850. 70. The Talisman, Chicago, Ill. 71. Tom Watson's Magazine, New York. 72. Texas State Historical Magazine, Austin-1908. 73. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography-(Ex- change); 1913. 74. Virginia Magazine of History and Genealogy-(Ex- change); 1913, 1914. 75. Virginia, West, Historical Magazine, Charleston-1900, 1901, 1902, 1903. 76. Virginia, West, Historical Magazine, Charleston-1904, 1905. 77. Washington Historical Quarterly-1907, 1908. 78. Washington Historical Magazine, Seattle, Washington. 79. Weekly Register-Vols. 3, 4, 5, 6; Franklin Press; 1813, 1814. X 80. Western Luminary-Bound No. of different volumes. 81. Woman's Business Magazine-Edited by Miss Hardin, Denver, Colo. 82. The Gospel Herad-Methodist Episcopal Church, Leo- ington, Ky.; 1831. 22 CATALOGux Nouwu Faxu. MAGAZINES, 1914. 83. Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society- 1903,1904,1905,1906,1907,,1908, 1909, 1910, 191,9912, 1913, 1914. 84. The World's Work-Monthly; 1914. 85. Magazine of National Geographic Society -ontkly; 1914. 86. New England Genealogical and Historical Magausue, Boston, Massachusetts-Monthly; 1914. 87. Perry Centennial Memorial, Cleveland, Ohio-1913. 88. The Gospel Herald-Methodist Episcopal Church, Lex- ington, Ky.; 1813. 89. The Outlook-Monthly; 1914. 90. The Southern Historical Quarterly of Texas, Austin- Monthly; 1914. 91. The United Empire-Journal of the RQyal Collegiate Institute, Loandon, England; monthly; 1914. 92. The Washington State Historical Quarterly, Seattle, Washington-Monthly; 1914. 93. Reuben Gold Thwaites-Life of, by Richard Jackson Turner; Wisconsin Historical Society; 1914. 94. Official Souvenir of the Kosair Patrol, A. A. 0. N. M. S., 1914; (very beautiful); Louisville, Ky. NEWSPAPERS. 1. Argus, The Western-Containing accosmts of trials in October and December, 1900. 2. Boston Globe, The-Weekly; 1889. 3. Boston Gazette, The-1770. 4. Capital, The-January 12; important data; 1894. 5. Cincinnati Commercial-1874, 1875. 6. Courier-Journal-Assassination and Death of Presideu Garfield, Sept. 19,1903. 7. Courier-Journal, The-October 14, 1899. 8. Courier-Journal, The-December 12,1899. 9. Courier-Journal, The-Hosts in Gray captuwe Lobi- ville; 5 copies; May 30, 1899. 23 KirTuosy ItAs HisToBwAL SoI3y. 10. Courier-Journal, The-February 4; containing thriing account of Gov. Goebel's death from assassination; the stain of blood and lawlessness upon the Capital and Commonwealth; scenes at the Capital; 1900. 11. Courier-Journal, The-Personal Recollections of Wm. Goebel; 1901, 1902. 12. Courier-Journal, The-May 24, 1902. 13. Courier-Journal, The-Account of the tallest building in the World-Park Row, New York; 1913,1914. 14. Commonwealths-1853, 1854. 15. Commnwealths-Bound form; 1824-1873. 16. Capital, Daily, Frankfort, Ky.-7 copies; 1895, 1896. 17. Capital, Daily-September 15 (significant); 1894. 18. Daily Democrat, The-Frankfort, Ky.; Oct. 4, 1896. 19. Daily Democrat, The-Frankfort, Ky.; Historical So- ciety; 1896. 20. Daily Democrat, The-Detailed account of Legislature of 1900; 8 copies. 21. Evening Post, The-Louisville, Ky.; May 17, 1902. 22. Evening Star, The-Washington, D. C.; Feb. 19, 19v 23. Earnest Worker, The. 24. Equitable Life Insurance Journal, New York-1905. 25. Farmer's Home Journal-Louisville, Ky.; 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907. 26. Eminence Constitutionalist-19G3. 27. Frankfort Ledger, The-18 copies; 1897, 1898. 28. Frankfort Roundabout-February 15; illustrated; 1890. 29. Frankfort Roundabout-May 14; 3 copies; 1898. 30. Frankfort Roundabout--July 28, 1898. 31. Frankfort Roundabout-Weekly; 1897 to 1901. 32. Green River Republican. 33. Harrodsburg Herald-Illustrated; 1905. 34. Harrodsburg Telegraph-Containing account of death of Dr. Wm. Engles, by J. Sutton Wall; 1901. 35. Headlight, The-Frankfort, Ky.; 1898. 36. Herald and Presbyter, The-Cincinnati and St. Louis, July 4,1899. 26 CATMLOGD3 NUiia FW. 37. Hopkinsville New Era-1903. 38. Illustrated Kentuckian, The-Lexington, Ky.; Janury and February, 1895. 39. Interior, The-Chicago, May 2, 1901. 40. Interior, The-Chicago, May 27, 1894. 41. Kansas City Star-Kansas City, Mo.; 1904. 42. Kentucky State JournalFPrankfort, Ky.; 1904, 190, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914. 43. Kentucky Banner-1875. 44. Kentucky Standard-1904. 45. Kentucky Presbyterian. 46. Kentucky Herald-i copy each; 1799, 1803. 47. Kentucky Reporter-File of; 1882. 48. Kentucky Yeoman-1874. 49. Kentucky Yeoman-Weekly; Aug. 22; containing His- tory of Battle of Blue Licks, by H. T. Stanton; 1882. 50. Kentucky Gazette-Lexington, Ky.; Apr., 1796; Nov. 1797; July, 1795; Aug., 1796; Nov., 1799; 1801, 1803, 1806, 1807, 1808. 51. Lexington Herald-1907. 52. Louisville Times, The-Oct. 27,1900. 53. Louisville Times-Nov. 6 and 28, 1900. 54. Louisville Commercial-1894; 55. Louisville Courier-Journa--1894. 96. Louisville Journal-Aug. 8,1832. 97. Louisville Journal-Daily; 1863. 98. Luminary, The-Richmond, Ky.; 1813. 99. Mail and Express-(New York's Centennial of Wash- ington's Inauguration, 1789); Inaugural Edition; 1889. 100. Maysville Kentucky Republican. 101. Maysville Eagle-Tri-'weekly; 1879-1889. 102. Maysville Bulleti-1906. 103. Miscellaneous Newspapers- (about 500); 1861-1864. 104. Mt. Sterling Advocate-1904, 1905, 1906. 105. Nashville Presbyterian. 106. Oklahoma Constitution-Oklahoa City, Okla.; 1912. 107. Our Dumb Animals-Boston, Mass.; 1900. 25 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 108. Palladium, The (bound copy)-Oct., 1798, to Feb., 1803. 109. Paris True Kentuckian-Bright, brave, handsome and everywhere at home; 1875, 1876. 110. Philadelphia Times, The-Feb. 18, 1902. 111. Presbyterian Herald-1874. 112. Protestant Herald-Cincinnati, Ohio; 1874. 113. Register used at Kentucky Building, St. Louis Purchase Exposition-1904. 114. Register used at Kentucky Building, Jamestown Expo- sition-1907. 115. Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal-1869. 116. Riverside Weekly-"PSketches of Eminent Literary Women. of the World," by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton; 12 copies. 117. Shelby Record-Shelbyville, Ky.; 1903, 1904, 1906, 1907. 118. St. Louis Presbyterian-1903. 119. The Minerva-Georgetown, Ky.; 1814. 120. The Christian Messenger-Edited by Barton W. Stone, an elder in the Church of Christ, Georgetown, Ky.; 1829. 121. The Age-1879. 122. The Inter-Ocean-The only Republican newspaper in Chicago; May 31, 1903. 123. The Ledger-Account of Spanish-American War; 1898. 124. The Interior-Chicago, Ill.; May 2nd, 1901. 1295. The Interior-Chicago, Ill.; Nov. 1894. 126. The Interior-Chicago, Ill.; 1902. 127. The Headlight-Frankfort, Ky.; 1898. 128. The Business Educator-1898. 129. The Convention-Bound volume of newspapers pub- lished in Frankfort in 1847-1848; presented by George W. Ranck, Curator; 1879. 130. Ulster County Gazette-Jan. 4, 1800; in mourning for General Washington; 1800. 131. The Lexington Intelligencer-From 1835 to 1841. 132. Vicksburg Herald, The. 133. The Bivouac-Louisville, Ky.; September, 1882. 26 CATALOGUM NUMBER Fm. 134. Western Lwminary-Published weekly in Lexingto, Ky., (bound); October, 1826-1829. 135. Washington Post, The-Washington., D. C.; Feb. 21, 1902. 136. Western Argus, The-1898, 1899, 1900, 1901. 137. Western Monitor, The-December 5, 1848. 138. Western Presbyterian. 139. Western Kentucky "New Era'"-Hopkinsville, Ky.; 1904. 140. Youth's Companion-Boston, Mass.; May, 1901. 141. The Franklin Farmer-An agricultural paper published in Frankfort, Ky.; 1837. 142. Commentator, The-1824. 143. Cynthiana News, The. 144. Cynthiana Times, The. 145. Covington Commonwealth, The-1875. 146. Columbia Star, The-Philadelphia, Pa.; Letters of Spencer Roan, 1788 to 1822; Letters of Willis Gaylord Clark, editor of the Star; 1904, 1905, 1906. 147. The Examiner-San Francisco; April 23, 1902. 148. The Missionary-July, 1895. 149. The Farmer's Home Journal (weekly)-1896-1903. 150. The Constitutionalist (weekly)-1896-1900. 151. The Kentucky Journal-Newport, Ky.; 1897-1900. 152. The Mt. Sterling Kentucky Advocate (weekly)-1903. 153. The Minerva-Georgetown, Ky.; Aug. 29, 1814. 154. The Western Citizen-Paris, Ky.; Oct., 1813-Oct., 18.32. 155. True Presbyterian, The-Oct., 1833; Oct., 1851; March, 1853; Oct., 1854. 156. True Presbyterian, The-1862-1864. 157. Kensington Journal-London, Eng.; 1904. 158. Maysville Bulletin, The-1906. 159. Mt. Sterling Advocate-1906. 160. Shelby Record, The. 27 28 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. PAMPHLETS. 1. Adair, Biography of General John. 2. Bryan, W. J.-AntWTrust Speech, St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 19, 1900. 3. California, Monterey and Vera Cruz-Description of. 4. Catalogue of Rare, Old and Curious Books. 5. Centennial Celebration, Washington., D. C.--"The Founding of the Capitol"; presented to Kentucky His- torical Society (valuable); 1800-1900. 6. Charlevoix, Michigan-Report of as summer resort; 1899. 7. Congressional Directory, official, 57th Congress-1903. 8. Hord, Judge Lysander-Temnperance Circular, issued by order of Sons of Temperance; Oct. 23, 1854. 9. Kentucky Department of Agriculture-Report of; 1864. 10. Kentudky Common School Report (H. A. M. Hender- son)-1875. 11. Libraries-Proceedings and addresses of National As- sociation of State; 1904, 1905. 12. McKinley, William-Memorial Address on Life and Character of, by HIon. John Hay, before House of Rep- resentatives, Washington, D. C., February 27, 1902. 13. New York-Charter, Constitution and By-Laws of the Madison County Historical Society. 14. New York State Library-Bulletins of; 1906, 1907, 1908, 1913. 15. North American Catalogue-281, Leipsig, Germany. 16. Ohio-Geological Survey of; 1869 to 1873. 17. Old Homes of Essex-London, England; 1904. 18. Osborne, Col. Thomas-Donation of pictures of eight Confederate Generals; they are framed and hung in Historical Gallery of Hall of Fame, in New Capitol. 19. Review of Financial and Political History of Kentucky for Twenty-eight Years, Under Democratic Govern- ment-1895. 20. Reynolds, C. O.-Register of Kent ucky Land Office; Circular of Suggestions; 1887. 28 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. 21. Circular of Prominent Living and Dead North Caroli- nians. 22. Splendid Certificate-Prize for Tobacco won at St. Louis Fair by Kentucky; presented by H. V. McChes- ney, Secretary of State. 23. University Papers, Cincinnati, Ohio; 1904. 24. Wall, J. Sutton-Contributed 3 volumes to Kentucky Historical Society; Pennsylvania at St. Louis Fair, 2 volumes, and Legislative Hankbook of Pennsylvania; 1904. 25. Wise, Richard A.-Memorial Address on Life and Char- acter of; 1901. KENTUCKY LITERATURE. State Histories. 1. Allen, William-History of Kentucky; 1 volume; 1872. 2. Arthur and Carpenter-History of Kentucky; 1 vol- ume; 1852. 3. Butler, Mann-History of Kentucky; 1 volume; 1834. 4. Cassedy, Ben-History of Louisville, Ky.; 1 volume; 1852. 5. Centennial Book of the City of Frankfort (gift from City Council)-1 volume; 1786-1886. 6. Collins, Lewis and Richard-History of Kentucky; 4 volumes (2 sets). 7. Constitution of Kentucky-Revision of (contributed by Jos. E. Lewis). 8. Eberhardt, F. W. and U. V. Williams-History of Franklin County Baptist Association; 1 volume; from 1815 to 1912. 9. Filson, John-History of Kentucky with map; 1st edi- tion; 1784. 10. Green, Thomas M.-Historic Families of Kentucky; 1 volume; 1889. 11. History of Deer in Kentucky. 12. Johnson, E. Polk-History of Kentucky and Kentuck- ians; 3 volumes; 1912. 29 30 KENTUCKY STATE HISTOWICAL SOCIETY. 13. Marshall, Humphrey-History of Kentucky; 2 vol- umes; 1824. 14. Perrin's History of Kentucky-1 volume; 1824. 15. Shaler, Nathaniel S.-History of Kentucky; 1 volume; 1884. 16. Smith, Z. F.-History of Kentucky; 1 volume; 2 edi- tions; 1886-1892. 17. Thompson, E. P.-Young People's History of Ken- tucky; 1 volume. Kentucky County Histories. 18. Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties-His- tory of; edited by W. H. Perrin; 1 volume; 1882. 19. Campbell County-History of; 1 volume. 20. Daviess County-History of; by Interstate Pub. Co., 1 volume; 1883. 21 Franklin County-History of; by L. F. Johnson; 1 vol- ume; 1912. 22. Henderson County-History of; by E. Starling. 23. Jessamine County-History of; by Bennett H. Young; 1 volume; 1898. 24. Lexington. and Fayette County-History of; by Geo. W. Ranck; 1 volume; 1872. 25. Louisville and Jefferson County-By L. A. Williams Company; 2 volumes; 1882. 26. Louisville-A Memorial History, from its first settle- ment to 1896; by J. Stoddard Johnston; 2 volumes; 1896. 27. Muhlenberg County-History of; by Otto A. Rothert; 1 volume; 1913. 28. Montgomery County. KENTUCKY GENERAL LITERATURE. 30. Adair, Biography of General John. 31. An Earthquake in. Kentucky. 32. A Numeration Table-An old book presented by Mrs. Thomas L. Jones, of Campbell County, Ky., and owned by General James Taylor in 1754 (gift); 1879. 30 CATALoGuE NUMBEE Fm. 33. A record book of Wailer Overton, Sheriff of Louisa County, Virginia; he removed to Kentucky at an early date and settled in Fayette County (presented to the Kentucky State Historical Society by Mrs. Thos. L. Jones, great granddaughter of Waller Overton). 34. Bullitt, W. J.-A Review of the Constitution of U. S.; 1899. 35. Bradford, John-General Instructor; 1 volume; 1800. 36. Averill, William H.-A History of the First Presbyte- rian Church, Frankfort, Ky., by-who was Clerk of the Session for 39 years; 1867-1906. 37. Atherton, William-Suffering and Defeat of the North western Army, under General Winchester; 1 volume; 1842. 38. Cheatham, William, M. D.-The Opthalmoscope in Dis- eases of the Brain. 39. Brown and Morehead-General Statutes of Kentucky; 2 volumes; 1792-1834. 40. Clay, Mrs. Rogers-Edited by; Historical and Genea- logical Clippings in Courier-Journal, 1890-1899; con- piled by Mrs. James E. Miles. 41. Courier-Journal Company-A Review of the Financial and Political History of Kentucky for Past 28 Years; 1 volume; 1895. 42. Check for War Claim for 1,323,999.35-Collected by C. C. Calhoun and indorsed by J. C. W. Beckham, Gov- ernor, and S. W. Hager, Auditor; money used to build New Capitol. 43. Davis, Varina Jefferson-Life of Jefferson Davis; by his wife; 2 volumes; 1893. 44. Conover, Charlotte Reeve-Concerning the Forefath- ers; A History of Col. Robert Patterson and Others; 1 volume; 1.903. 45. Charter of Lexington and Danville Railroad Company; 1857. 46. Campbell, Alexander, and Nathan Rice-Debate be- tween.; 1844. 31 KENTUCKY STATE HISTOICAL SOCIETY. 47. Crabbe, W. A.-Proprietor of Drennon Springs (book- let); 1905. 48. Clay, Cassius M.-Oration on the Death of the Czar of Russia, Alexander 2nd. 49. Clay's, Henry-Diary, including law suits, signed by Clay; 1801. 50. Clay, Henry-Letters to William Barus, Burlington, Ky.; 1841. 51. Colton, Calvin-The Last Seven Years of Life of Henry Clay; 1856. 52. Combs, General Leslie-Life of. 53. Combs, General Leslie-Map of Reconnaisance of Coun- try Between Washington City and New Orleans, signed by; 1803. 54. Collins, Richard-Memorial to Kentucky Legislature. 55. Collins, Mrs. Leslie-Sketch of Early Kentucky Times; 1893. 56. Banks and Banking in Kentucky-History of; 1692-1898. 57. Beard's, Captain Oliver-Company of Kentucky Mounted Riflemen in Humphrey Marshall's Regiment, 1st Kentucky Cavalry, in Mexican War. 58. Beard's, Captain Oliver-Sword used by Capt. Beard in Mexican War in Kentucky State Historical Society; 1846. 59. Bledsoe, Jesse-Lectures on the Study of Law; 1822. 60. Brown, John Mason-Oration delivered at Centennial of Battle of Blue Licks; 1882. 61. Daughters of the Confederacy-Minutes of the 12th An- nual Convention at Bardstown, Ky., October, 1908. 62. Duncan's, Henry-Letter relative to Clay Monument, Lexington, Ky. 63. Dudley's, Captain Peter-Muster Roll of Company of Franklin County Volunteers, Light Infantry, War of 1812. 64. Duke, Basil W.-Morgan's Cavalry; 1 volume; 1908. 65. Durham, M. J.-of Kentucky; speech on the Country and Its Perils; 1878. 32 CATALOGuE NUMBU Frvi. 66. Brief in Supreme Court of the U. B.-William S. Tay- lor, etc., Plaintiffs in Error, vs. J. C. W. Beckham, etc., Defendants in Error; W. 0. Bradley for Plaintiffs and Lewis W. McCoun for Defendants. 67. Frankfort, Kentucky Directory- 1885-1889. 68. Fordham, Elias Pym-Personal narrative; travels i Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Indiana and Ken- tucky; and a residence in Illinois Territory; 1 volume; 1906. 69. Hardin, Martin D.-Kentucky from 1805 to 1808; 1 volume. 70. Halsey, Leroy, D. D.-Life of L. W. Green; 1 volume. 71. Gold Thwaites, Reuben-Early Western Travels; Li- brarian Wisconsin State Library. 72. Hardin's Reports of Kentucky Decisions-1805-1808. 73. Harris, General Thomas A.-Ode to Governor Luke Blackburn. 74. Handbook of Learned Societies in North and South America-Among them the Kentucky State Historical Society; 1908. 75. Hill, General Sam E.-Roster of Officers and Soldiers in War of 1812; 1 volume (bound). 76. Hill, General Sam E.-Roster of Officers and Men in Mexican War; 1846. 77. Johnston, General P. P.-Roster of Volunteer Officers and Soldiers in War With Spain, 1 volume (bound); 1898. 78. Headley, John T.-Confederate Operations in Canada and New York; 1 volume (bound); 1906. 79. Henry, John F.-History of the Henry Family, Louis- ville, Ky. 80. Henderson., H. A. M.-Works of-Autumn Leaves, 1 volume, 1907; Diomede the Centurion, 1 volume, 1901; Ethics and Eitquette of the Pulpit, Pew, etc., 1 volume, 1904; Wealth and Workmen, 1 volume, 1906. 33 KlENTUOXY STAT HISTOMOAL SOCIETY. These volumes were presented to the Kentucky State Historical Society by Mr. Alfred Henderson, after the author's death. 81. History of the Great Crossings Church-i volume; 1785- 1876. 82. History of the Eastern Lunatic Asylum from Its Foun- dation to 1869. 83. Holmes, Mrs. Mary J.- The Brockport Republic, with picture and biographical sketch of Mrs. Holmes, whose first and most popular novels were written in Kentucky; 1907. 84. Journal of the Kentucky Convention-1 volume (bound); 1799. 85. Journal of the House of Representatives of Kentucky- 1792-1798. 86. Johnson., Brig. Gen. Adam-The Partisan Ranger of the Confederate States; 1 volume (bound); 1863. 87. Johnston, J. Stoddard-Memorial History of Louisville from its First Settlement to; 2 volumes (bound); 1896. 88. Kentucky Convention-Bound copy of proceedings; 1847-1848. 89. Kentucky State Historical Society-Proceedings of Dedication in Capitol, June 7, 1879-1880; printed by Major Johnston. and Barrett. 90. Kentucky State Historical Society-Proceedings of Meeting in New Capitol, October 16, 1910. 91. Kentucky State Historical Society receives the Ohio Val- ley Historical Association-Address of welcome by Gov. A. E. Willson; Proceedings of Meeting, Oct. 16, 1910. 92. Kentucky State Historical Society Publications-Reg- ister (the Magazine of the Society), bound volumes, 1903-1914; edited by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Regent. 93. Annual Report and Review of Meetings held June 6; 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914. 94. Publications by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Regent. , CATALou NuMwi Fatx. 95. Histories-The Governors of Kentucky; Miscellaneous Histories; Souvenir of the Capital. 96. Novels-Author of "The Oaklands"; "The Orphans." 97. Poems-Author of A Rhyme of the Women of Frank- fort, read on Frankfort Centennial, Oct. 6, 1886; Her Dearest Friend; Pictures in Silver; Kentucky-A poem selected by request of the Panama-San Francisco Board of Literary, Historical and Genealogical Societies, to be read by the author before the Exposstion at San Francisco. 98. Kentucky State Historical Society and the Society of Colonial Daughters consolidated-1895. COLONIAL DAUGHTERS. 99. The Society of Colonial Daughters, founded July 5th, 1895; the Motto of the Society, "May the Sons and Daughters of Kentucky join, to transmit to latest ages this day's birthright," July 4th, 1895.-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Founder and Registrar. Papers of the Society of Colonial Daughters- The Streets of the Capital. 100. Anne Street-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 101. Broadway Street-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 102. Clinton and Main Street, East-Mrs. Jennie C. Mor- ton. 103. Mero Street-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 104. Holmes Street-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 105. Wapping Street-Miss Sally Jackson. 106. Wilkinson and Montgomery Streets-Mrs. Magaretta B. Barrett. 107. Washington Street-Mrs. Mary Willis Woodson. 108. St. Clair Street-Mrs. Annie H. Miles. 109. High Street-Miss Lucy Buruley. 110. South Frankfort, Second Street-Mrs. Jennie C. Mor- ton. l11. Main Street, South-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 112. Shelby Street-Miss Sally Jackson. 36 KENTucKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Histories Written by Some of the Members of the Society of Colonial Daughters. 113. History of the Boones-Wills and Records; by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 114. Bistory of the Brown and Mason Families-By Mrs. Margaretta B. Barrett. 115. History of the Chinn, Bell, Bryan and Bradford Famni- lies-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 116. History of the Edmonsons-By Mrs. Sarah James Chesney. 117. History of the Fall Family-By Mrs. Elizabeth Fall Taylor. 118. History of the Upschers (Upshaws), Lafons, Youngs, Jacksons-By Miss Sally Jackson. 119. History of the Keiths, Strothers, Hawkins Families-By Mrs. Annie H. Miles. 120. History of the Lee, Steele, Rennick and McAfee Fam- ilies-By Mrs. Mary Willis Woodson. 121. History of Gov. Charles Scott and the Bibb Families By Miss Lucy Burnley, a great granddaughter. 122. History of Burr and Blennerhassett at "Chermeir," in Jessamine County-By Mrs. Allisonia Rennick Todd. 123. These manuscripts were written by the grand and great grandchildren of the pioneers, who founded and settled the city of Frankfort, 1786-1800; and members of the Society of Colonial Daughters, founded July 4th, 1895. 124. Manuscript of the "Frankfort Lyceum," founded 1875. 125. Magazine of the "Frankfort Lyceum," founded and edited by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton-1878-1888. 126. Kentucky Literature-Filson Club Publications: 127. No. 1-The Life and Writings of John Filson-By R. T. Durrett; 1884. 128. No. 2-The Wilderness Road-By Captain Thomas Speed; 1886. 129. No. 3-The Pioneer Press of Kentucky-By William H. Perrin; 1888. 36 CATALoGuE NUMBiR Fivz. 37 130. No. 4.-The Life and Times of Judge Caleb Wallace- By Wm. H. Whitsitt; 1888. 131. No. 5-An. Historical Sketch of St. Paul's Church-By R. T. Durrett; 1889. 132. No. 6-The Political Beginnings of Kentucky-By Jno. Mason Broum; 1889. 133. No. 7-The Centenary of Kentucky-By R. T. Durrett; 1889. 134. No. 8-The Centenary of Louisville-By B. T. Durrett; 1892. 135.-No. 9-The Political Club of Danville (1786-1790)-By Captain Thomas Speed; 1894. 136. No. lo-Rafinesque-By Richard Ellsworth Call; 1895. 137. No. 11-The Rise, Decline anid Fall of Transylvania University-By Dr. Robert Peter and Miss Johanna Peter; 1896. 138. No. 12-Memorial Proceedings at Bryan's Station- By R. T. Durrett; 1896. 139. No. 13-First Explorations of Kentucky-By J. Stod- dard Johnston; 1898. 140. No. 14 -The Clay Genealogy and Sketch of Henry Clay's Mother-By Z. F. Smith and Mary Rogers Clay; 1899. 141. No. 15-The Battle of Tippecanoe-By Captain Alfred Pirtle; 1901. 142. No. 16-History of Boonesborough-By Geo. W. Ranck; 1902. 143. No. 17-Old Masters of the Blue Grass-By General Samuel W. Price; 1902. 144. No. 18-Battle of the Thames-By Bennett H. Young; 1903. 145. No. 19-The Battle of New Orleans-By Z. F. Smith; 1903. 146. No. 20-The Medical Department of Transylvania Uni- versity-By Dr. B. M. Peter and Miss Peter; 1905. 147. No. 21-Lopez's Expedition to Cuba (1850-1851)-By Anderson Q. Quisenberry; 1906. KENTUCKY STATE HITORICAL SOCIETY. 148. No. 22-The Quest for a Lost Race-By Thomas F. Pickett; 1907. 149. No. 23-Traditions of the Earliest Visits of Foreigners to North America-By Reuben T. Durrett; 1908. 150. No. 24-Part 1-Life of James Francis Leonard-By J. W. Townsend; Part 2-Sketch of Col. Joseph Crock- ett-Gen. Samuel W. Price; 1909. 151. No. 25-The Prehistoric Men of Kentucky-By Col. Bennett H. Young; 1910. 152. Knott, Ex-Governor Proctor-Address on. Andrew Jackson; 1890. 153. Leu-is and Kindred Families-1 volume. 154. Joseph H. Lewis-Presented by; Constables Guide. 155. Lewis, Alvin Fayette-History of Higher Education in Kentucky; 1 volume; 1899. 156. Littell's and Swigert's Digest-2 volumes; 1792-1822. 157. Louisville Lottery and the State of Kentucky-1893. 158. McCreary-Message of Governor James B.; pamphlet; 1877. 159. McElroy, Robert McNutt-Kentucky in the Nation's History; 1 volume; 1909. 160. Mammoth Cave in Kentucky-1 volume. 161. Patterson, James K.-Report as Commissioner to In- ternational Congress of Geographical Sciences (pamph- let); 1875. 162. Patterson, James K.-Address before the American Bible Society (pamphlet); 1875. 163. Patterson, James K.-Address before Threlkeld School, Lexington, Ky.; Subject, "Breadth of Culture"; 1877. 164. Polk, W. H.-Edited by; The Polk Family and Kinsmen, Lexington, Ky.; 1911. 165. Powell. Gov. Lazarus W.-Biographical Sketch of; 1 volume; 1851-1855. 166. Preliminary Survey of the Maysville and Big Sandy Railroad; 1852. 167. Prentice, Geo. D.-Life of Henry Clay; 1 volume; 1879. 38 CATALOGUR NUMBm FmIv. 168. Procter, John R.-Geological Survey and Bureau of I1- formation; 1 volume; 1881. 169. Procter, John R.-Geological Survey and Bureau of In- formation.; 1 volume; 1884. 170. Ranck, George W.-Historical address at Centennial Celebration, Lexington, Ky., April 2; pamphlet; 3 copies; 1879. 171.-Ranck, George W.-Aaron Burr in Kentucky, by (pamphlet); 1907. 172. Sea, Sophia Fox-History and Synoptic Review of Slavery in United States; 1906. 173. Shaler, Nathaniel-Report of Kentucky Geological Sur- vey; 1876. 174. Shackner, August, M. D., Louisville, Ky.-"Dr. Eph- raim McDowell, His Life and Work"; 1 volume. 175. St. Mary's College-8th Annual Commencement; Ma- rion County, Ky.; 1843-1844. 176. Smith, Rev. B. B.-Saturday Evening Thoughts on the Plan of Redemption, by; 1 volume; 1876. 177. Stevenson, Hon.. John W.-In U. S. Senate, on the In- violability of the Constitution, and the Sanctity of its Guarantees; 1872. 178. Smith, Sidney-Memoir of Col. D. Howard Smith, Con- federate, and Auditor of State of Kentucky; by his son; 1 volume. 179. Transylvania University-A Catalogue of Officers and Students of; 1833. 180; Thompson, Speech of John B.-In U. S. Congress on Homestead Bill; 1854. 181. Toulmin, Harry and James Blair-Review of the Crim- inal Law of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, by order of Legislature; 1801, 1802. 182. The True Blues- 0th Kentucky Militia under com- mand of Lt. Col. Bean, Frankfort, Ky., March 15, 1813, with supplement, with Roster of Captain Paschal Hick- man 's Company in War of 1812-1815. 183. The Lost Cause-2 volumes. 39 0KUTUOxY STATz HITOIcAL SooaY. 184. The Capitol Question-By Committee of Frankfort Cit- izens; 1893. 185. Townsend, John Wilson-Biography of Richard Hick- man Menefee; 1907. 186. Townsend, John Wilson-Kentucky Mother of Govern- ors; 1 volume; 1910. 187. Wickliffe, Governor Charles-Letters and Papers of; presented by his daughter, Mrs. Julia Beckham; 1907. 188. Winston, James E., by-Kentucky and the Independence of Texas (donated); Princeton, New Jersey; 1 volume. 189. Young, Bennett H.-Editor in Chief, "Kentucky Elo- quence"; 1 volume. KENTUCKY REPORTS. 190. Agriculture-Report of Kentucky Bureau of; 1 vol- ume; 1885. 191. Auditor of Public Accounts-Report of Thomas S. Page; 1863. 192. Auditor of Public Accounts-Report of L. C. Norman; 1891-1893. 193. Capitol Commissioners-Report of Kentucky Retiring Board (pamphlet); 1907. 194. Capitol Commissioners-Financial Report; January 1st, 1908. 195. Capitol Commissioners-Report of Building Commis- sioners and Superintendent of Construction of New Capitol Building; 1906. 196. Court of Appeals of Kentucky-Cases argued and ad- judged by; 1805-1808. 197. Common School Report-1 volume; 1876. 198. Daughters of the Confederacy-Report of Third Con- vention Kentucky Division; Richmond, Ky., Nov. 23-24, 1899. 199. Education-Special Report of Kentucky Bureau of; 1 volume; 1903-1904. 200. Education-Report of Kentucky Bureau of; Barksdale Hamlett, Superintendent; 1912-1913. 40 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. 201. Equalization-Report of Kentucky State Board of; 1 pamphlet; 1897. 202. Hodges, Albert G.-Treasurer's Book of Public Print- er; 1 volume; 1831. 203. Masons-Proceedings of Grand Council of; Annual Con- vocation, Lexington, Ky.; 1831. 204. Ohio Valley Historical Association, Cincinnati, Ohio- Proceedings; 1909. 205. Ohio Valley Historical Association, Frankfort, Ky.- Proceedings; 1908. 206. Procter, John. R.-Report of Progress of Geological Survey; 1882-1884. 207. Railroad Commission-28th Annual Report of Ken- tucky; 1907. 208. Sayre Institute, Lexington, Ky.-Bulletins; 1901. PORTRAITS. These Portraits are in the Hall of Fame, numbered and named in this Catalogue. 1.. Governor John Adair-Artist, unknown. 2. Governor Luke P. Blackburn-Artist, Marschall. 3. Governor J. C. W. Beckham-Artist, W. T. Hundleigh. 4. Governor Thomas E. Bramlette-Artist, Miss F. Wiley, Lexington, Ky. 5. Governor John Breathitt-Artist, Ferdinand Walker. 6. Governor William 0. Bradley-Artist, Mrs. Jessie A. Rue. 7. Governor John. Young Brown-Artist, unknown. 8. Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner-Artist, Ferdinand Walker. 9. Governor James Clark-Artist, Miss Sophia DeButts Gray. 10. Governor John J. Crittenden-Artist, Ferdinand Walker. 11. Governor Joseph Desha-Artist, Miss Kate Helm. 12. Governor Christopher Greenup-Artist, William T. Hundleigh. 41 42KzNTucKy S1AT HisTOmuc SocnTry. 13. Governor James Garrard-Artist, William T. Hund- leigh. 14. Governor William Goebel-Artist, unknown. 15. Governor Wm. Goebel-Bust portrait of; artist, Enid Yandell. 16. Governor John L. Helm-Artist, Miss Kate Helm, his granddaughter. 17. Governor Proctor Knott-Artist, Miss Kate Helm. 18. Governor Robert P. Letcher-Artist, Matthew H. Jouett. 19. Governor Preston H. Leslie-Artist, T. E. Grove. 20. Governor Charles S. Morehead-Artist, unknown. 21. Governor James T. Morehead-Artist, Matthew H. Jouett. 22. Governor Beriah McGoffin-Artist, Mrs. Hardin. 23. Governor George Madison-Artist, Nicolo Marschall. 24. Governor James B. McCreary-Artist, Carl Guthery. 25. Governor Thomas Metcalf-Artist, unknown. 26. Governor William Owsley-Artist, Sophia DeButts Gray. 27. Governor Lazarus W. Powell-Artist unknown; gift from Henry Powell, his son. 28. Governor James F. Robinson-Artist, Mrs. Hardin. 29. Governor Isaac Shelby-Artist, Nock; 1850. 30. Governor Gabriel Slaughter-Artist, Ferdinand Walk- er. 31. Governor Charles Scott-Artist, Paul Sawyier; copy of Jouett's; loaned by the Burnley family. 32. Governor Charles Wickliffe-Artist, William Besser. 33. Governor Augustus E. Willson-Photograph. 34. Governor Simon B. Buckner-Artist, Ferdinand Walk- er. 35. Governor John W. Stevenson-Artist, unknown; pre- sented by his daughter, Mrs. Mary Stevenson Colston. 36. President Zachary Tayior-Artist, William Allen; 1847; returning from Mexican War on his war horse, "Old Whitey." 42 CATALoGuE NUMBER FIv. Governors of Kentucky who were Revolutionary Off i- cers-Governors Adair, Desha, Madison, Greenup, Scott, Garrard, Shelby, Metcalfe, and Col. Daniel Boone. BOOKS IN LIBRARY-POEMS. Gifts to Kentucky State Historical Society. 1. Book of Poems-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Editor of Register, Regent, and Secretary-Treasurer of K. S. H. S. 2. A Rhyme of the Women of Frankfort-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton.; this poem read by Mrs. Morton on the occa- sion of the Capital Centennial; 1886. 3. The Women of Bryan's Station-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 4. Pictures in Silver-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 5. Historic Elkhorn-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 6. The Boone-Bryan Bibliography-By Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 7. Forget Me Not-By Mrs. Jennie T. McHenry. 8. George W. Ranck-Theodore O'Hara's "Bivouac of the Dead." 9. A Day With the Risen Lord-By Frederick W. Eber- hardt, D. D. 10. The Quest of Eternal Life-By Frederick W. Eber- hardt, D. D. 11. Sprigs o' Mint-By James Tandy Ellis, Adjutant Ge", eral. 12. Pebbles-By James Tandy Ellis, Adjutant General. 13. A Nameless Hero-By James Blythe Anderson. 14. Festoons of Fancy-By William Littell; in prose and verse. 15. Poems-By Mrs. L. M. Morehead, wife of orator and Governor of Kentucky, Jas. T. Morehead. 16. The Moneyless Man. and Other Poems-By Henry T. Stanton. 17. Book of Poems-By Leigh Gordon Giltner. 18. Fugitive Poems-By Thomas and Laura Ford, Frank- fort. 43 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. BOOKS IN CASES IN LIBRARY. Kentucky State Historical Society. Novels by Kentucky Authors. 1. Blue Grass and Wattle-By Mary Addams Bayne. 2. Crestlands-By Mary Addams Bayne. 3. Shawn of Skarrow and Other Stories-By James Tandy Ellis. 4. The Courage of Blackburn Blair-By Eleanor Talbot Kinkead. 5. The Invisible Bond-By Eleanor Talbot Kinkead. 6. The Conquest-By Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres. 7. The Star Gazers-By Abbie Carter Goodloe. 8. The Koran Christ-By Thomas Osborne. 9. Flute and Violin-By James Lane Allen. 10. Social Life in Old New Orleans-By Mrs. Ripley (nee Chinn). 11. Chronicles of a Kentucky Settlement-By William Courtney Watts. 12. Chronicles of Cynthiana, Ky.-By Mrs. Lucinda Boyd. 13. A Kentucky Chronicle-By John Thompson Gray. 14. Bibliography of the Regent of the Kentucky State His- torical Society, "The Lady of the Quill"-Mrs. Elia Hutchinson. Ellwanger. 15. Annual Review of the Kentucky State Historical Soci- ety, June 6, 1914-Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 16. When Daddy Was a Boy-By Thomas Wood Parry. 17. "Billy"-By Ella Hutchinson Ellwanger. PORTRAITS, PICTURES, RELICS, ETC., IN MUSIC ROOM. 1. Water color picture of old tavern at Middletowun, where LaFayette rested on his route from Louisville to Frank- fort in June, 1825-Painted by Sophia DeButts Gray. 2. State Arsenal-By Sophia DeButis Gray. 3. Two Kentucky Scenes. 44 CATALOGuE NUMBER FaVn. 4. Photograph of General Peter Dudley (gift from his widow). 5. Daniel Boone (photographs framed). 6. John G. Carlisle (photographs framed). OIL PORTRAITS IN MUSIC ROOM. 7. John G. Carlisle-Given by himself. 8. General LaFayette-Painted by Matthew Jouett in 1825, when he visited Kentucky; full length figure and very valuable. 9. Oil portrait of General and President William Henry Harrison-Very fine, full length and standing. 10. Luke P. Blackburn-Physician and Governor of Ken- tucky (gift from himself.) 11. A group of Oil Paintings-A gift from patriotic citizens of Philadelphia, in 1892, the Centennial of Kentucky. 1. Old State House, where Kentucky was received into the Union. 2. 'Independence Hall, where Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. 3. Carpenters' Hall, with namies of Carpenters' Guild, Philadelphia. _ 12. Simon Kenton's Ride-Copied from the Louvre by 4r- tist Walcutt. 13. Simon Kenton-Oil painting of; by Miss Saunders, Louisville, Ky. 14. Dr. Graham-Artist unknown. 15. Elegant drawings and paintings by scholars of the High School Department of the Frankfort Public School- Prof. G. C. Downing, Director. 16. Harpsichord-A rare old musical instrument, imported into Kentucky in 1830, by Mr. Morgan, of Lexington, inherited by his daughter, Mrs. Basil Duke, and left by her to the U. D. C. of Louisville, and bought from that society by the Regent of the Kentucky State Historical Society; Mrs. Morton had it repaired and it is now a rare and splendid instrument. 45 KENTUCKY STATE HisToICAL SOCETY. 17. A "Spinette"-Made in London in 1800, and brought to Kentucky in 1810; a gift from the grandchildren of Mrs. Menzies, of Covington, Ky. 18. A Glass Case, some old China and cut glass-Gifts from Miss Jackson and Mrs. Morton. 19. Glass Case of Indian Relics and Prehistoric Curios- (Loaned by Mr. Curtis). 20. The Evolution of Fans-One of them brought to Ken- tucky over one hundred years ago, by Mrs. Baltzell. 21. An Elegant Silver Mounted Saddle-A gift from Dr. Fayette Dunlap, of Danville, Ky.; captured in Mexican War. 22. A Scene in Kentucky-Also the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Gobelin Tapestry. 23. Model of Engine-Invented by Edward West, of Lex- ington, Ky., who built a steamboat and ran it on the wa- ters of Elkhorn, Lexington, Ky., in 1794 (see Collins History). 24. Box of Philippine Arms-(Gift from General Allen). 25. Stand of Revolutionary Flint Lock Guns and Powder Horns-Notably the Carroll Rifle used in. the Lewis and Clarke Expedition; (gift from Dr. Arnold, of Bowling Green). IN LIBRARY. 1. Table Cloth of Linen-The flax 'used raised, spun and woven in Scott County in 1828; (gift from Miss Agnetta Fleming, of Midway, Ky.). 2. Skull of Daniel Boone-The Rev. Philip Fall asked the committee (who brought his remains from Missouri in 1845) to open his coffin and he took a plaster cast of Boone's skull; a gift to the Kentucky State Historical Society by Mr. Fall's grandson, P. Fall Taylor. 3. Portrait of Richard Collins-Artist, B. Williamson. 4. Portrait of Mrs. James Taylor, Newport, Ky.-A gift from her granddaughter, Mrs. Doremus, of New York. 46 CATAiAGUiB NUmB3 Fm. 5. St. Clair Street Bridge-Built in 1840, successor to three former ones that fell in the Kentucky River; this covered bridge rested on the stone pillars, one of which was built by Thomas P. Metcalfe (afterward Governor of Kentucky); presented by LeCompte Gayle. 6. A Group of Confederate Generals-(A gift from Col. Osborne to the K. S. H. S.). 7. Portrait of Major General Fitzhugh Lee-C. S. A.- Gift from Major Abner Harris. 8. Portrait of General Stonewall Jackson, C. S. A.-(Gift from Major Harris). 9. Clock used in the first Indian school in the United States-Richard M. Johnson had it established in Scott County, Kentucky, in 1837; (a gift from Mrs. Wm. Lindsay). 10. Polar Bear-Audubon. 11. Photograph of Governor Proctor Knott. 12. Two glass vases of wax flowers. 13. Fancy Work of 60 years ago-(A gift from Mrs. Annie E. Miles). 14. Photograph of Rear Admiral Chapman Todd, U. S. N.-And a picture of the Battleship "Kentucky." 15. Photo of Col. Haldeman, C. S. A. 16. Photo of Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, C. S. A. 17. Photo of Henry Watterson, C. S. A. 18. Photo of General Wade Hampton, C. S. A. 19. Photo of Col. E. Polk Johnson, C. S. A. 20. Wreath of Oak Leaves from Mt. Vernon. 21. "Years Ago"-Framed. 22. Boone in Fight with Indians-Pen and ink sketch from the Library of Congress. 23. Photo of Col. Ambrose Dudley. 24. Photo of J. C. W. Beckham. 25. Photo of Judge Joseph Lewis. 26. Silhouettes of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Overton-Grand- parents of Eliza and Arch Overton, Mrs. Waller Bul- lock. 47 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 27. Officers and Members of the General Assembly of 1900. 28. Receipt from John Logan, Treasurer of Kentucky, to Sheriff of Bourbon County; 1796. 29. Photo of Judge Hobson, of Court of Appeals. 31. Photo of Theodore O'Hara-(Gift from L. P. Black- burn). 32. Photo of Henry Clay-(Purchased by Kentucky State Historical Society). 33. Photo of Col. D. Howard Smith-(Gift from his daugh- ter, Margaret). 34. Pastel Portraits of General and Mrs. Washington- (Gift from Mrs. R. P. Pepper). 35. Water Color Picture of Mrs. General Washington- With samples of her dresses, worn when the Capitol was in Philadelphia; (gift from Mrs. Thomas L. Jones). 36. Picture-Marriage of Pocahontas to Captain Rolfe. 37. Photo of Indian Princess-Portrait in. Virginia Histor- ical Society. 38. Photo of First Seal of Virginia. 39. Engraving-Capitol at Washington. 40. Engraving-Arlington, home of General and Mrs. R. E. Lee. 41. Chinese Hat-Gift from Mrs. Maria C. Hunt (nee Crit- tenden). 42. Framed Resolutions of Kentucky General Assembly of 1914 on death of Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner- Work of Kentucky State Historical Society. 43. Colonial Wedding Dress of Crepe-Worn by the grand- mother of Mrs. Kate Williams (nee Major) the last year of the Revolutionary War in Virginia. 44. Continental Hat, Sash and Epaulets-Worn by Captain Peter Dudley's father, and afterward worn by him in the War of 1812, with the muster roll of his company at Fort Meigs; (gift from Mrs. Letitia Garrard). 45. Picture on Glass of the Empress Josephine. 46. Print-The Kentucky Cardinal (framed). 47. Photo of Col. Reuben T. Durrett. 48 CATALOGuE NuITm FIvz. 48. Photo of Bishop Kavanaugh. 49. Bed Spread-Embroidered in 1800 in Mont Melick by Mrs. Lucy Overton Barry. 50. Calico Patch Work Quilt-Made by Mrs. James Taylor for her friend, Martha Washington, in 1799; history written on it. 51. General Ethan Allen's Sword-A gift from his grea- nephew, who became a Kentuckian. 52. Picture of Capt. Thomas Hines and his two companions -Who cut the passage through the Columbus prison and made their escape as Confederate soldiers in Van- ous disguises. 53. Bust of Sam Davis-A gallant but ill-fated spy, C. S. A.; by Geo. Julian Zolnay, artist. 54. Mt. Vernon-A beautiful photogravure, handsomely framed by K. S. H. S. 55. Wood Carved Picture of Kentucky's Favorite Flower "Trumpet Flower"-By Mrs. Moscher, Covington , Kv.; property of Kentucky State Historical Society. 56. Framed Silver Watch-Used 185 years ago by the as- cestor of A. C. Quisenberry, Washington, D. C. 57. Elegant U. S. Silk Flag-A gift to Kentucky State His- torical Society by the sailors of the Battleship "Ken- tucky." 58. Sword of Col. Robert Johnson, C. S. A.-A gallant of- ficer. 59. Picture of Col. Theodore O'Hara-Gift to K. S. H. S. by Gov. Luke P. Blackburn. 60. Picture of Stonewall Jackson and His Soldiers-"At- tention, Men, Old Stonewall is going to pray." 61. Calico Patchwork Quilt-A gift from Dr. Sawyier; see history of this old historic quilt, attached to it is Saw- yier case; Dr. N. J. Sawuier says: "The ling of this spread was made from flax growsn on Grandma Barak Runyan-.Anderson's father's place in New Jersey, and spun and woven by Grandma Anderson (Sarah Rws. yan). She bought some parlor curtains at a sale of KENTuCKY STATz HNsToCAL SoCIY. Major Carneal's father (after she came to Kentucky) and they form the cover. The picture of Penn making a treaty with the Indians is the earliest I remember. I used to gaze at this picture with delight and dream dreams. The quilt is at least one hundred years old at this date, Sept. 26th, 1899." 62. Sheriff's Book-Used by Waller Overton when Sheriff of Louisa County, Virginia; afterward came to Fay- ette County, Ky.; a prominent citizen. 63. Scrap Book of General James Taylor-With auto- graphs of distinguished men in Kentucky of his day; and letters, two from Dolly Madison, when in the White House. 64. A piece of "The Arch of the Window in the Belfry Tow- er of the Old North Church," from which hung the lan- tern mentioned in Longfellow's poem, "Paul Revere's Ride"-A gift from Mr. Richardson, Lexington, Ky. 65. Crochet Mats-A gift to the K. S. H. S. from Mrs. Su- san Barry Abert. 66. Old Book-History of the Westminster Assembly; the Commissioners sent from Scotland by the Scottish Pres- byterians in 1643; property of K. S. H. S.; purchased in 1908. 67. Work Box-A gift from Miss Margaret Dudley; wsed by her great-grandmother, Mrs. Isham Talbot. 68. Bibliography of Dr. Thomas Edward Pickett, Maysville, Ky.-Published by K. S. H. S., January, 1914; 8th series. 69. Book--"Kentucky the Mother of Governors"; by J. W. Townsend. HALL OF FAME. Oil portraits of Governors of Kentucky already mentioned and numbered in. this pamphlet, except two to be added later. 1. Portrait of General Washington in Continental Uni- form-Copy of Peale's portrait at Valley Forge. CATALOGuz NUMBR FIV. 2. Elegant Silk Flag-Used by 4th Kentucky Vol. Infan- try, Spanish American War; gift to K. S. H. S. by Cole. Colston and Murray. 3. Full Dress Uniform of Admiral Lucien Young, U. S. N.-Also a gold and silver sword, a gift from the Ken- tucky Legislature to Admiral Young in 1879, for brave- ry in saving lives of 35 sailors; gift from widow of Ad- miral Young to K. S. H. S. POETS' CORNER-WEST END. 4. Oil Portrait of Theodore O'Hara-Artist, William Bes- ser. 5. Oil Portrait of Henry T. Stanton, Poet Laureate of Kentucky-Author of "The Moneyless Man and Other Poems"; artist, Ferdinand Walker. 6. Oil Portrait of Rosa Vertner Jeffrey, poetess, Lexing- ton, Ky.-Artist, W. T. Hundleigh. Portrait of Mrs. Jennie C. Morton-Loaned. LANDSCAPES. 7. Scene on Elkhorn-Artist, W. T. Hundleigh. 8. Shaker's Ferry, with Part of Wilderness Road-Artist, W. T. Hundleigh. 9. A Kentucky Woodland-Artist, Robert Burns Wilson, New York. 10. Beech Trees in Barren County, Ky.-Artist, Fanny Por- ter Dickey; gift from her mother, Mrs. Porter, after Mrs. Dickey's death. 11. Holland Plate-Hand-painted by Miss Margaret Dud- ley. 12. Confederate Flag, C. S. A.-Gift from Mrs. Judge Mont- fort; only silk flag of C. S. A.; tattered and soiled. 13. Picture of Father Ryan. (photograph) attached to his famous poem-" The Sword of Lee." 14. Picture of J. Tandy Ellis-Adjutant General of Kes- tucky; 1914. 314145 51 52 ENTUCY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 15. Picture of Mrs. Mary Willis Todd and Others-See pamphlet and catalogue. 16. Notable Check-(See catalogue). 17. The Corner Stone, Frankfort, Ky.-See printed cata- logue. 18. Gold Pen-See printed catalogue. 19. Sword of Theodore O'Hara-Page 13, catalogue. 20. Silver Ladle-Gift. 21. Silver [I rowel-Gift. CONTRIBUTIONS TO HISTORICAL CHINA. 22. Cup and Saucer from President Davis' War Chest- Gift from Miss Margaret Dudley. 23. Copy of Portrait of Henry Clay, in oil from the Louvre -By Mr. Walcutt, an Ohio artist; the Louvre had the original painted from life, on Mr. Clay's return from the Treaty of Ghent; 1815. 24. Case of shells and other curious specimens of ores in all parts of Kentucky. 25. Bank Bills of First Banks in State-Old coins; Confed- erate money; check for a thousand pounds. 26. Seal of George the 3rd-Province of Canada. 27. Land Grant to General James Taylor, of Newport, Ky. 28. Lace Collar-Worked and worn by Miss Lucy Overton, one hundred years ago. 29. Picture painted on panther skin of Indian Chief, "Red Cloud." 30. Indian Tomahawk, Sandals, Pitcher, Cups and Saucers and other curios-Loaned by Miss Annie Herndon. 31. Photo of Gov. T. T. Crittenden, once Governor of Mis- souri. 32. Photo of Judge John Rowan's Home, Nelson County- Where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home." 33. Sword of Theodore 0 'Hara-Given to K. S. H. S. by his sister, Mrs. John Price (nee O'Hara). 52 CATALoGUX NUmBim Fivs. 34. Epaulets and Sash of General Martin D. Hardin, fa- mous officer of the War of 1812-Gift from his daugh- ter, Mrs. Martinette McKee. 35. Deguerreotype of Col. William L. Crittenden, killed in Cuban Insurrection, 1851. 36. Pen and Ink Copy of Audubon's Portrait of Dail Boone. 37. Daniel Boone's Stone House in Missouri. 38. Portrait of Miss Lettie 39. See printed 40. See printed 41. See printed 42. See printed 43. See printed 44. See printed 45. See printed 46. See printed Daniel Boone-Painted in water colors by Chesney; loaned by Mrs. J. C. Morton. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. catalogue, page 6. 47. Gourd Fiddle-Gift from Mrs. Loula B. Longmoor. 48. China Teapot, etc.-See page 7, catalogue. 49. A Butter Dish, etc.-See page 7, catalogue. 50. Holland Blue Plate, etc. 51. Sevres Plate, etc. 52. Tea Cup and Saucer. 53. Rare Cup and Saucer. 54. Pewter Chargers. 55. One Flag of War of 1812. 56. Stones used in first Railroad in Kentucky. 57. Ambrotype of President Taylor. 58. Daguerreotype of Simon Kenton. 59. Bank Bills of various denominations. 60. Very Old Checks. 61. Map of the United States on Cotton-Gift from Mrs. Miles. 62. Swords of Civil War. 4KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 63. Swords of Mexican War-Notably one of Captain Wil- liam T. Willis, killed in the Battle of Buena Vista, 1847; gift from his son. 64. Honiton Lace Square. 65. Silhouette of General James Taylor. 66. Frankfort in the Navy-Gift from Dr. Wm. Averill, Frank fort, Ky. 67. Flag of 1812-1815-Guidon used by R. M. Johnson in Battle of the Thames; 1812. 68. Fragment of Flag Carried by Hardin, Clay and McKee in Battle of Buena Vista-1847. 69. Rosewood Box-Gift from Mrs. Laura Torrence. 70. Roman Lamp-Presented by Mrs. Laura Torrence. 71. Iron Manacle-Gift from Mrs. Laura Torrence. 72. Court Sword of Russia. 73. Cane of Hickory. 74. Rattan Cane. 75. Silhouettes of James Taylor and Wife-Page 10, cata- logue. 76. Supplement of 1908-Page 10, Famous Military Men. 77. Etching on Old Gold Satin. 78. China Tankard-Hand-painted by Margaret Dudley; property K. S. H. S. 79. Small Hair Trunk. 80. Variety of Sea Shells-Gathered by Mrs. Morton from the Atlantic Ocean. 81. Very Rare Spotted Shells-More than. a century old; a gift. 82. Gems, Stones, etc. 83. Crane, etc.-Gift of Admiral Chapman Todd. 84. Spade (silver mounted)-Gift to K. S. H. S. 85. Silver Ladle-Page 13, catalogue. 86. Silver Trowel-Page 13, cotalogue. 87. Button. from Military Coat of George Rogers Clark. 88. Silver Water Set-Property of K. S. H. S. 54 CATALOGuE NuMB Favz. 89. Burgoyne Cannon (brass)-Captured at Battle of Sara- toga; see Collins' History of Kentucky; loaned Ky. B. H. S. by Adjutant General P. P. Johnston. 90. A Bugle made of wood with bands of cow horns-By Robert Collins, of Franklin County, who blew the charge when Tecumseh was killed at Battle of Thames. 91. Broad Ax-Used at Boonesborough in cutting trees to build fort. 92. Photo of Mrs. Judith L. Marshall. 93. Hand-painted Plate, picture of Royal Springs at George- town, Ky.-By William T. Hundleigh; a gift from the artist. 94. Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark, grandparents of Miss Hallie Herndon-Painted in Berlin, during her sojourn in Germany. 95. Commission of Charles Scott to be Brigadier General of Kentucky Militia-Signed by Beverly Randolph, Gov- ernor of Virginia, December, 1790; loaned. 96. Photo of Dolly Madison, who saved the State Archives, and the noble pictures of the White House, when. the British captured and burned it in 1814. 97. Picture of Statue of the Indian Woman who led the Lewis and Clarke Expedition in their discovery of the West, unveiled at Portland, Oregon-Her name Sac- cajwea. 98. Hand-painted Vase-By Mary Mandelehr, age 13 years; gift from Mr. John Brislan. 99. Oil Painting-Scene in the "Pennyryle" District, Met- calfe County, Ky., "In Early Spring"-Gift from the artist, Mrs. J. M. Beauchamp. 100. Czar and Czarina of Russia-1864; gift from Cassius M. Clay to K. S. H. S., upon his return from Russi" 1866. 55 is KETIUcKY STATB HISTOICAiL SOCETY. BUSTS IN THE HALL OF FAME. 101. Bronze Bust of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, Geologist, Historian and Poet-Dean of Harvard University in 1906; artist, Aitken; gift from his admiring pupil, B. A. Penrose. 102. Bronze Bust of Governor and Senator William 0. Brad- ley-Artist, Jerome Conner; gift of M. H. Thatcher and other friends. 103. Marble Bust of Governor Beriah Magoffin-Gift of his sons. 104. Marble Bust and Pedestal of James Guthrie; 1792-1869; Lawyer, Financier, Statesman-Gift from his grand- son, Hon. Guthrie Coke, to K. S. H. S. 105. Marble Bust of Governor Elias Conway, Governor of Arkansas-A rtist, Dexter. BOONE PICTURES. 106. Fine Oil Painting of Daniel Boone-Copied from the original by Chester Harding; artist, Nicola Marschall. 107. Picture of Boone by Audubon-Gift from W. H. Alves, found in his home in Henderson, Kentucky. 108. Picture of Boone-A gift from Ballard Thruston. 109. Framed History of the Boone Family, and water color of Boone when he first saw the beautiful level of Ken- tucky-Daniel, son of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan, was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 22,1734; from the Records of Births in the Quaker Meeting House, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 116. Picture of the home of his son, Nathan Boone, in the Femme Osage District, St. Charles County, Missouri, where he died, September 20, 1820, 86 years of age. ill. Picture of fort Boone founded, Boonesboro, Ky. 112. Framed Survey of 500 acres in Fayette County to Boone, 1784, which was taken from him; hence he went to West Virginia, afterward to Missouri. 5C CATALOGUE NUMBER FIV. 113. Daniel Boone's Judgment Tree, in St. Charles County, Missouri; when he was appointed by Spanish Command- ant, Judge Advocate, he held court under this tree. FURNITURE IN HALL OF FAME BY GIFT AND PURCHASE. 1. Six Pedestals for Busts-Purchased. 2. Two Large Mahogany Chairs-Purchased. 3. One Pier Table, Rosewood-Purchased. 4. One Elegant Mahogany Souvenir Glass Case-Pur- chased. 5. Two Flat Glass Cases for Curios-Purchased. 6. One Walnut Set, three arm chairs, two small chairs, one Glass Souvenir Case, one sofa. 7. Gift from Judges of Court of Appeals-Seven leather chairs, two old mahogany sofas, one marble top table, one book case, one desk. ADDITIONAL PICTURES IN HALL OF FAME. 8. Water Color Picture-Designed and painted by a child 13 years old-Martha Taylor Saunders. 8 Photo of William T. Barry-Printed catalogue, page 10. 9. Beautiful Picture of Mrs. Thomas L. Jones, grand- daughter of General James Taylor-First Lady Vice President of K. S. H. S. of 1879-1880. 10. Will of Hancock Taylor, who surveyed the land on which Frankfort was afterward built in 1774. 11. Honiton Lace Square-Made in Philadelphia during the Revolution. 12. Extra Harrodsburg Herald-Published just after the death of W. W. Stephenson (framed). 13. Kentucky's First Settlement-The Fort at Harrods- burg; by W. W. Stephenson. 14. Picture of W. W. Stephenson in. Harrodsburg Extra. 15. Photo of Dr. Ephriam McDowell- 16. Photo of Dr. Benjamin Dudley- Two Kentucky surgeons who are now world famous. 57 KENTucKy STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 17. Court Sword of Gen. C. M. Clay-Worn when Ambas- sador to Russia; 1863-1865. 18. Photo of General George Rogers Clark. 19. Oil Portrait of General John C. Breckinridge-Gift from General P. P. Johnston. 20. Photogravure of General Robert E. Lee-General-in- Chief of the Confederate Army; 1861; page 11, printed catalogue. 21. Beautiful Etching on old gold satin panel, "A Bryan Station Heroine"-Presented to K. S. H. S. at Centen- nial Anniversary of Bryan's Station. Battle; 1882. 22. Famous Check, "Farmer's Bank of Frankfort, Ky.- Pay to the order of S. W. Hager, Treasurer of the State of Kentucky, 1,323,999.35, March 9, 1903-J. C. W. Beckham, Chairman Board of Sinking Fund Commis- sioners." See page 11, printed pamphlet (framed). 23. Silver-mounted Spade-Gift to Gov. J. C. W. Beckham by Frank Stagg, used to raise the first shovel of earth for foundation. of the New Capitol; gift from Gov. Beck- ham to K. S. H. S. 24. Gold Pen used by Governor Beckham to sign appropri- ation bill for New Capitol. 25. The Frankfort Cornerstone-Gift from Mrs. Jennie C. Morton to the city, and the picture of it to the Histor- ical Society; this marks the point of survey of the city, Ann street, by Hazcock Taylor; 1773. 26. Picture of Engine on L. c E. R. R. projected from Lex- ington to Frankfort, 1835; picture of first passenger car on this road. 27. Bill of Continental Money for 7.00; gift of Governor McCreary when President of the Society (Kentucky State Historical Society). 58 CATALOGuE NuMBER FIVE. GIFTS FROM GOVERNOR AND MRS. THATCHER. Panamanian Curios. 28. Water Jug. 29. Hen and Chickens. 30. Thermos Bottle. 31. Picture in Colors of all Birds on the Isthmus. 32. Curious Jug from Tomb of an Old Emperor. 33. Panamanian Native Cottage of Wood with pig pen at side. 34. Native hand carved figures in costume. 35. African Drum. FILE ROOM-HALL OF FAME. 1. Manuscript of the "Register," Magazine of the K. S. H. S.-Founded in 1903 by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton to 1914; 3 volumes each year, bound; in Kentucky book- case in Library; single copies of "The Register" of many numbers sold as back numbers, through 1913. 2. Frankfort Daily Papers from founding of K. S. H. S. in 1897 to date, 1917. 3. Louisville Journal-George D. Prentice, editor. 4. The Courier-Journal, successor to Louisville Journal; Henry Watterson, Editor; various dates to 1913; since then each day. 5. Reports of the K. S. H. S. from 1908 to July, 1917-By Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. 6. Single numbers of the "Register," various dates from 1904-1917. 7. 25 bound volumes of the Frankfort Commonwealth from 1825 to 1873. 8. Daily Lexington Herald-Editor, Desha Breckin.ridge; 1g13-1914. 9. Owensboro Enquirer-Editor, S. W. Hager; 1913-1914. 10. The State Journal-Editor, Graham Vreeland, Owner, Editor, Publisher; 1913-1917; Mr. James Newman, Co- Editor and Publisher. 59 6KNTUCKY STATE HIwTowcA SocIETY. 11. Lexington Reporter from 1837 to 1851-D. C. Wick- liffe, last Editor. 12. A collection of old papers-The ILexington Gazette; 1794-1825. 13. Paris papers; 1809-1850. 14. The Indiana Journal of History-1914. AUDITOR'S FILE ROOM. 14. A Collection of Cownty Newspapers on Desk. 15. Old Spinning Wheel-Gift from Mrs. William Chinn. 16. A Flax Wheel-Gift from Mrs. Annie E. Miles. 17. An Iron Crane used in brick kitchen. of Admiral Chap- man Todd, great grandson of Judge Thomas Todd, who built the home on Wapping street, Frankfort, Ky. in 1812, now owned by Mrs. Jouett Taylor Cannon. 18. Bird Spit-Gift from Miss Sally Jackson; used in open fireplace of kitchen at Spring Garden, Lafon and Jack- son, in pioneer days. PORTRAITS, PICTURES, GIFTS, EXCHANGE LIST, AND BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, ETC. Received by the Kentucky State Historical Society. Continued from 1914 to 1917. February 22nd, 1915.-The magn.ificent portrait of George Washington was unveiled in the Hall of Fame before a large audience, gathered there to see and pay tribute to this portrait restored by the famous artist, Prof. Pasquale Farina, of the Art Gallery of Philadelphia. It was originally painted from Stuart's Landsdown portrait of Washington, in Philadelphia, by Oliver Frazer, of Lexington, Ky., in 1834. It was bought by the State at that time, and until the Old Capitol was aban- doned by the State as a Capitol, hung above and behind the Speaker's chair of the House of Representatives. There it was left, broken. and marred, and ruined by dust, time and neglect, as were the portraits of Boone, a fancy sketch, Gen- eral LaFayette's portrait, Governor Isaac Shelby, President 60 CATAoG NuMBER Fi. William Henry Harrison, and the magnificent portrait of Henry Clay. The State Historical Society, through the kind- ness of George A. Lewis, was able to secure these treasurefil works of art from the State Board of Control. The society had the portraits cleaned, regilded and put in the present or- der, in the Hall of Fame; except Washington's, which was sent to Philadelphia to be restored. It is now one of the clas- sics in painting and is regarded as one of, if not the most splendid portraits of Washington in. America. Newspapers. The State Journal. The Courier-Journal. The Maysville Bulletin. The Woodford Sun. The Shelby Record. The Lexington Herald. The World. The Owensboro Enquirer. The Independent. The Paris Bulletin (France). The Bulletin (Germany). The Mountain Echo. The Farmers' Home Journal. The Central Record. The Harrodsburg Leader. The United Empire, London, Eng. Exchanges. California. New York. Indiana. North Dakota. Iowa. Ohio. Illinois. Oklahoma. Maryland. Pennsylvania. Massachusetts. South Dakota. Missouri. Virginia. New Hanmpshire. Washington. Nebraska. 61 2KaTU03Y STATE HITOBC ASITy. Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Portraits, Pictures and Relics. March, 1915. Andrew Jackson Centennial Celebration at New Or- leans, January, 1915. History of European War; Circular. Paris, France. History-The Aftermath of the North Pole. Maryland Historical Magazine. Bulletin-Monte Video, South America. Bulletin of New York Public Library. Bulletin-Orchard House, Westminster. P. S. King Son, London, Eng. The Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. In this fine university journal we find an arti- cle entitled, "Science and Religion in Evolution." It is one of the most luminous interpretations of this sub- ject yet "behind the veil" we have read from any pen of the foremost scientists of Europe or America. Its conclusion is so inspiring we copy it for the benefit of our readers in the Register. April, 1915. Ohio Valley Historical Association, seventh annual report of meeting at Lexington, Kentucky, October 23-25, 1913. Putnam's Hand Book of Universal Aid in expressing ideas through the use of an exact and varied vocabulary. This is a book of inestimable value to writers. Putnam's Hand Book of Universal History is the com- panion of the above in usefulness. It is convenient in size to keep at one's right hand on writing desk or read- ing table-an ever present help to memory and quest for information of the events of the World's History from 5,000 years before Christ to 1914. The Geographic Magazine. This is one of the most valuable, beautiful and interesting numbers ever pub- lished by the Geographic Society. 62 CATALOGUZ EBBuSM FIvu. The Mentor. Bulletin of The Archeological Society, Somerset, Ky. The Tennessee Historical Magazine, Nashville, Tenn. This is the initial number and gives promise of a very valuable and interesting addition to the historical li- braries of the country, with that able scholar and elegant writer, St. George L. Sioussat, for the editor. This mag- azine should have the utmost aid from the State of Ten- nessee, as well as from subscribers and exchanges. May the Tennessee Historical Magazine live and prosper as the representative of the history and interests of its splendid State. Year Book of the Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1915. June, 1915. Judicial Settlement of International Disputes. The Origin and Evolution of the United States Flag. By R. C. Ballard Thruston. The Magazine of the D. A. R., Continental Hall, Wash- ington, D. C. July, 1915. Address of Hon. Elihu Root to Union League, Phila- delphia, at a reception in his honor, March, 1915. Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yale Uni- versity, New Haven, Conn. History of European War, Paris, France. Journal of Purdue University, Purdue, Indiana. Maryland Historical Magazine, Baltimore. Masonic Correspondence of George Washington. Bulletin of New York Public Library, July, 1915. T. B. McBee's Catalogue of American Books. Quarterly Journal of the University of North Da- kota. The National Geographic Magazine. (A very fine number.) 63 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Mentor, New York. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biogra- phy, Philadelphia. August, 1915. A History of Kentucky. By Miss Kinkead, Lexing- ton, Ky. Stories of Kentucky. Purcell. Hannah of Kentucky. James Otis. These books do- nated by American Book Co. Librarie Armand Colin, Paris, France. How Germany Went to War, etc. The Violation, etc. The Tennessee Historical Magazine continues its ac- count of Aaron Burr's conspiracy in Kentucky, the trial, the affidavit, etc. The Mentor gives what purports to be a history of the first railroads in the United States, but doesn't mention the first railroad south of the Allegheny Mountains, run- ning from Frankfort to Lexington, 1830-1833. This was quite as wonderful and prosperous as many of the first railroads mentioned. September, 1915. American Autographs, including a complete set of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, New York, U. S. A. Calendar of the Correspondence of George Washing- ton., Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, with its officers. Vol. 4, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. D. A. R. Magazine. This number contains a hand- some portrait and sketch of the life of Mrs. Ellen Har- din Walworth, deceased. (We remember this lovely and distinguished lady. She was the guest of her relatives here (Frankfort) at the time she was writing the history 64 CATALOGuE NUMBE FVE. of her distinguished father, Col. John Hardin, who fell in the Mexican War.) Harper's Magazine. Journal of the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D. C. Journal of the Colonial Institute, "The United Em- pire," Northumberland Avenue, London, England. Journal of Illinois State Library, Springfield, Ill. Library of the late Abram B. Joline-Catalogue of. Kentucky Confederate Volunteers, War 1861-1865. Report of Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. Compiled by Major Abner Harris, compiler of War Records, and edited by him, printed by authority of the Legislature of Kentucky. This is the first volume ever published of the War Records of the Confederates. Presented to the State Historical Society by Major Abner Harris, author and compiler. Mr. Frank Wilder, that generous publisher of Boston, sends us a very quaint magazine of 1785, in which is published an excellent letter from Kentucky, by a law- yer at the time in Lincoln County, Kentucky. Judicial Settlement of International Disputes. Southern Woman's Magazine, Nashville, Tennessee. The National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C. The Newport Historical Society Bulletin, Newport, R. I. The War in Austria-Hungary. Berlin. State University of Kentucky, College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Lexington, Ky. A very creditable and interesting result of training and educa- tion in the University. The Presbyterian Historical Society Magazine, 318- 522 Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Penn. 65 6KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. October, 1915. A Gift-The Brochure of the 125th Anniversary of Masonry in Lexington, Ky. (This is very valuable, a pa- per that should be prized by all Kentuckians, whether Masons or not. It is handsomely printed and illustrated with portraits of the Masons, many of them the famous men of Kentucky.) An announcement-Congresses, Conventions, Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Cali- fornia, 1915. Annals of Iowa. A4 Loan-M3rs. Simon Bolivar Buckner, now in the Ph7ilippines with her son, who is in the U. S. Army, before leaving Kentucky placed in care of the State Historical Society the magnificent portraits of Gov- ernor Buckner in his -Confederate uniform, and of her- self, painted by William Card Browne in .1891-1892, in Richmond, Va. These splendid portraits are loaned in- definitely to the society, and add another attraction to its grand department in the Capitol. Mrs. Buckner exrpi-ssed her pleasure in the fine and last portrait of Governor Buckner, by Ferdinand Walker, in the Hall of Fame since 1913. November, 1915. Local History in Kentucky Literature, by Otto A. Rothert, Louisville, Ky. The County Archives of Illinois, Illinois Collection, Vol. 12. November, 1915. The Washington Quarterly Historical Magazine for October, 1915. Washington Irving's Works, 10 volumes, from G. P. Putnam ce Sons, New York. Continued from 1914-1915-1916. The State Journal, Frankfort, Kentucky. The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. 66 CATALOGuE NUMBiE Fm. The Owensboro Enquirer, Owensboro, Ky. The Shelby Record, Shelbyville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. The Woodford Sun, Versailles, Ky. The Lexington. Herald, Lexington, Ky. The Evening News, Tulsa, Okla. The Harrodsburg Democrat. The Rocky Mountain Herald, Colorado. The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. LATE PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED BY THE KEN- TUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1916. July-The Third Party Movement. From the Iowa State Historical Society, Iowa City. National Geneological Society Quarterly, Washington, D. C. Classification. Class D., Library of Congress, Wash- ington, D. C. Report of Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. September-Elegant Magazine from Poates Co., 22-24 N. Williams Street, New York. September-Rhode Island Historical Magazine with Museum Supplement. Number of interesting relics il- lustrated. September-Magazine of the National Historical So- ciety of New York. September-European. War. Papers relating to Ger- man atrocities and breaches of the rules of war. Sir Gilbert Parker, London, England. September-Harper's Magazine. Summer Holiday Number. New York. September-The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, by Jefferson Davis. (This remarkable his- tory of the South and career of the President of the Con- federate Government (one of the greatest men America has produced) should be in every library, North and South, in this country. The tragic events connected 67 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. with the career of Jefferson Davis have obscured the history of his ancestry, and the surroundings of his early life. Jefferson Davis is of Welsh ancestry. We learn from the published history of his family that three Davis brothers left their homes in Wales, in the begin- ning of the 18th century, at the time William and Mary were on the throne of Great Britain. These brothers came to America and settled in Philadelphia. The youngest of these brothers (Evan) removed to Georgia; there he married a widow (Mrs. Emory) and their only son was named Samuel. The Revolutionary War came on; Samuel joined the army and remained until the close of the war. In South Carolina he married beam6- tiful Jane Cook, of Scotch-Irish descent. About 1800 he removed to Kentucky, and settled in Todd County. It was in this new home in Kentucky that Jefferson Davis was born on the 3rd of June, 1808. He was the youngest of ten children. He was educated and gradu- ated from Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky. From there he was appointed a student to West Point. His subsequent career the world knows, as one of the most remarkable men in the United States at that time.) Historical Collections of S. Dakota. Vol. 8. 1916. The Mexican Review. A journal devoted to the en- lightenment of the American people in respect to the hopes, ambitions, beneficent intentions and accomplish- ments of the Constitutionalist Government of the Re- public of Mexico in 1916. Pamphlets with the compliments of Sir Gilbert Park- er; also further correspondence with the United States Ambassador, etc., London, England. 1916. Handsome Book. Legislation creating the National Statuary Hall in the Capitol, with the proceedings, etc. From Senator J. C. W. Beckhamn, Frankfort, Ky. Republican National Platform, with picture of Hon. Chas. N. Fowler, member of Congress 16 years from New Jersey. 68 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIvE. American Economist Magazine, New York. Bureau of American Ethnology. Bulletin No. 62, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society for years 1913-1914. American Monthly Magazine of D. A. R. History of Universiy of Chicago. La Renaissance, 10 Rue Royal, Paris, France. Correspondence with the U. S. Ambassador respect- ing the transfer to Switzerland of the British and Ger- man wounded and sick combatant prisoners of war. London, England. War number of the United Empire, the Royal Colonial Institute journal. Correspondence of His Majesty's Government and the United States Government respecting the rights of belligerents. 1915-1916. How the British Blockade Works. Compliments of Sir Gilbert Parker, London, England. Great Britain's soldiers, prisoners in Germany. From Sir Gilbert, Parker, London, England. "The Freedom of the Seas." Interview given by Rt. Hon. Arthur J. Balf our, M. P. and First Lord of the Admiralty, London, England. Treason to the Home Rule Cause. Strong words from Mr. Redmond, London, England. Report of the Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1915. Judicial Settlement of International Disputes. By William J. Hull, Baltimore, Maryland. Maryland Historical Magazine, Baltimore, Md. Statutes of Saskatchewan. From Washington, D. C. England's Effort. By Mrs. Humphrey Ward. Patriotic Societies of the United States. By Sidney A. Phillips. A gift from Captain Otto Holstein, life member of the society. Press Reference Book of prominent Kentuckians. 69 ]KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS, POR- TRAITS AND PICTURES. Received 1916. Magazine-Selections from papers found in. the pos- session of Captain Von Papen, late German Military Attache at Washington, D. C., with compliments of Sir Gilbert Parker, 20 Carlton House Terrace, London, S. W., England. A Pictorial Review of De Soto County, Arcadia, Fla. La Science Francaise, Paris, France. (Illustrated.) Report on the Progress and Condition of the United States Mtuseumpi (National) for year ending June 30, 1915. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. Frow the University of North Carolina. Vol. 14, Parts 1 and 2 Historical Pub. "Where Are Our Nation's Credentials" By Ade- laide Estella Bear, A. B. Camden, New Jersey. Archaeological Bulletin. Hico, Texas. Souvenir of the 16th Annual Conference of the Mis- .souri Joihghters of the American Revolution. October 26-28, 1915. St. Louis, Mo. Compliments of Miss Eliza- beth Austin, State Historian, D. A. R. The Geographic Magazine, February, 1916. Magazine of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Report of the Newberry Library, Chicago, Ill. Souvenir from the Colonial Dames Society, Rich- mond, Virginia. Gray's Family History Catalogue; Publisher, 1. Churchfield Road, E., Acton, London, England. Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Phil- adelphia, Pa. New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Journal, New York City. 1234-The United Empire, The Royal Colonial Insti- tute Journal, Amen Corner, London, E. C. Maryland Historical Magazine, Baltimore, Maryland. 70 CATALOGUyE NUMBER FIVE7 The American Economist, New York. Report of the Chicago, Ill., Historical Society. The Geographic Magazine. DONATIONS. Pair of saddle bags belonging to Harris H. Johnston, and used during the Civil War in the South. He was Aide de Camp to General William Preston, Headquar- ters, Abington, Va., May, 1863. Donated by Mr. Charles Furr, Sr., Frankfort, Ky. November, 1916. The Genealogy of the Ryersons. By Edward L. Ry- erson, Chicago, Ill. Bulletin of the New York Public Library. Magazine of the D. A. R. Society, Continental Hall, Vashing ton, D. C. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Springfield, 111. Ethno-Botany of the Tewa Indians. By Winifrede V. Robbins, Jn.o. B. Harrington, A. Barbara Frier Marreco, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. Bulletin of the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Historical Bulletin for years 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916.. Bulletin of the Virginia State Library. By Archivist, Richmond, Virginia. Bulletin of the Virginia State Library, October, 1916. French newspapers of 1848-1850 in the Virginia State Library. For Our Soldiers. Address given by His Eminence Cardinal Mercier on the day of the National Fete, July 21, 1916, at Sainte Gudule, Brussels. Compliment of Sir Gilbert Parker, Bart., 20 Carlton House Barracks, Lon- don, England. 71 KENTUCKY STATE HIsToBIcA SOCIETY. We have received the handsome catalogue of Profes- sor Pasquale Farina, entitled "Paintings of Old Mas- ters. " The collection is very interesting and the pictures very fine. Art Club, Philadelphia, 1916. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biogra- phy, Philadelphia, Pa. "To Neutral Peace Lovers; A Plea for Patience. " By William Archer. Compliments of Sir Gilbert Parker. The United States and the War. Addresses before the Pennsylvania Historical Society. Edited by Barre Terrace. Belgian Independence Day. By Rt. Hon. H. H. As- quith, with extracts from the English Press, London, England. "After Two Years." Handsome brochure with the flag of Great Britain on front page, fine photos of King George V., President Poincaire, Emperor of Russia, King of Italy, Emperor of Japan, King of the Belgians, King of Serbia, and Hon. H. H. Asquith. The Blood of Rachel, a Dramatization of Esther, and Other Poems. By Cotton Noe. National Year Book, 1916, Society of Sons of the American Revolution. Thirty-first Annual Report of Bureau of American Ethnology, 1909, 1910. Library of Congress, 1917, Monthly List of State Pub- lications-has a handsome notice of the Register of the State Historical Society of Kentucky, January, 1917. (Thanks. The editor appreciates the generous notice of its contents.) The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biogra- phy, January, 1917. This number is devoted to the life and services of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker. By Hamilton L. Carson. (Governor Pennypacker is one of the distinguished men of American of whom his State may well be proud.) 72 CATALOGUE NUMBER FIVE. 1917. THE D. A. f. NATIONAL MAGAZINE. The beautiful magazine of the D. A. B. Society in Washington comes a welcome guest always to us. Every member of the society should subscribe for it and read its interesting pages from cover to cover. Mrs. Amos Draper conducts the Genealogical Refer- ence pages of the D. A. R. magazine, questions and an- swers. These pages are especially valuable to those ap- plicants for membership that have lost connection with their Eastern kindred. The South lost so much of its history during the Civil War that many women of the South have ceased to make an effort to find their Revo- lutionary ancestors because of the loss of records the society requires to be eligible to membership. We extend thanks for the splendid volume, January, February and March numbers of the National Histor- ical Society. The articles though familiar are always interesting and the illustrations are as valuable as beautiful. It is published in New York and Wash- in.gton. Indiana Farm Orchard. Journal of Illinois State Historical Society. History of Oklahoma Historical Society. Indiana Historical, Report of. PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON. The Rocky Mountain Herald, February 3, 1917, has a splendid picture of Woodrow Wilson. for the front, with this notable endorsement: "The World Man and a World Crisis, Americanism Greater than Partisan- ship. Give the President support in the perilous hours of the Nation." The Veteran, Nashville, Tenn. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Sta- tion Bulletin. 73 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 1915-1916 Cattle Feeding Bulletins. 1915-19 Sheep Feeding Bulletins. Chicken Houses, Bulletins, Lafayette, Indiana, U. S. A. 1917. Pennsylvania Historical Society Magazine, Harris- burg, Pennsylvania. WAR IN EUROPE. Supplement to the London Gazette, with history of the British forces in France, and map of the besieged country. Civilians of Brussels victims to German artillery fire. Correspondence with the Belgian Minister respecting the deportation of Belgians to Germany. Germany's Move and Britain's Answer. Speech by the Right Hon. Earl of Curzon of Keddleston. Peace Proposals and the Attitude of the Allies. Speech by the Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd-George, December 19, 1916. Compliment of Sir Gilbert Parker, Bart., 20 Carlton House Terrace, London, S. W., Eng- land. " Verses for Children," by Mrs. Pattie Jackson. (This lovely little brochure is beautifully illustrated and care- fully published on handsome ivory paper, with a pic- ture of the author. We regret it came too late for a re- view of its many sweet verses, though where all is so good it would be difficult to separate the verses. One, however, must be noticed, a poem for the hour, "Our Flag." This was read on Flag Day at a meeting of the Deborah Avery Chapter, D. A. R., by Mrs. Jackson, who is the widow of the late General James Jackson, of Kentucky. She is now a resident of MecCook, Nebraska.) 74 CATALOGuE NuMBm FIVm. EXCHANGE LIST. December, 1916. Proposed release of Civilians Interned in the British and German Empires. London, Eng. Report on the Typhus Experience at Gardelegen. By the Government Committee on the Treatment of the Enemy of British Prisoners of War, during the Spring and Summer of 1915. London, Eng. Why Britain is in the War, and What She Hopes from the Future. London., Eng. D. A. R. Magazine. Geographic Magazine, splendid illustrations of wild animals and interesting history of these inhabitants of forest and sea. The Ohio-Michigan Boundary. 1916. Franklin Square Agency, New York; for Louisville Free Public Library. State Publications. Library of Congress. Washing- ton, D. C. The Collector. New York City. New York Public Library-Bulletin. Astor, Tilden and Lennox Foundation. New York City. The Battle of the Somrne-First Phase. By John Buchan, Paternoster Row, London, Eng. Purdue University, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin. September, 1916. Great Britain Transformed, New Energies Illus- trated. Adelphi Terrace, London. Public Library-Bulletin. Olive Street, 13th and 14th, St. Louis, Mo. January, 1917. Indiana Magazine of History. Presbyterian Historical Society Magazine. Virginia Historical Society Magazine. 75 7KziTuCy STATE HISTOlICAL SOCITY. Stories and Speeches of William 0. Bradley, with biographical sketch, by M. H. Thatcher. Mark Twain's Works. Harper Bros., New York City. Purdue University-Bulletin No. 194. September, 1916. Indiana Farm Orchard. Journal of Illinois State Historical Society. Historia of Oklahoma Historical Society. Indiana Historical Society-Bulletin. Library of Congress Bulletin, 1917. Purdue University Agricultural Bulletin, Lafayette, Ind. War Pamphlets from Europe. Compliments of Sir Gilbert Parker, London, Eng. Rocky Mountain Herald, Denver, Colo. March, 1917. Iowa Journal of History and Politics. Iowa City, Iowa. Magazine of Archaeological and Historical Society of Washington, D. C. "The Coming of the Lord Draweth Nigh." Kansas City, Mo. Reports of Indiana Historical Commission (3) from April 24,1915, to December, 1916. Indianapolis, Ind. History of Indiana's admission into the Union, with splendid seal, and organization of Local Historical Societies. Bulletin No. 7. Bulletin No. 5. Church History. 1816-1850-Bulletins of Indiana State Library. De- cember, 1916. Indianapolis, Ind. Annual Report of Western Reserve Historical Soci- ety, Cleveland, Ohio. Bulletin of New York Public Library, New York. Magazine, "The United Empire of the Royal Colonial Institute, London, Exg." 76 CATALOGuz NuMBam Fin. April, 1917. Librarian Louisiana Historical Society. The Cabildo. New Orleans, La. Secretary of North Carolina Historical Society, Ra- leigh, N. Carolina. J. M. Hanson Magazine Agency, Lexington, Ky. Fred W. Lamb, Secretary Manchester Historical So- ciety, Manchester, N. H. Librarian Ohio Archaeological and Historical Soci- ety, Columbus, Ohio. The Boston Book Co., 83-91 Francis Street, Boston, Mass. M. C. Carle, Marylebone West, London, Eng. Director General, Montevideo, Uruguay, S. A. New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Avenue, New York City. The Quarterly Journal, University of North Dakota. Theodore Koch, Librarian, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Educational Magazine, New York. Library of Congress. Librarian P. Evans Lewin, Royal Colonial Institute, "The United Empire." Northumberland Avenue, Lon- don, Eng. Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Missouri State Historical Society, Columbia, Mo. Public Library, Olive Street, 13th and 14th, St. Louis, Missouri. The Confederate Veteran, Nashville, Tennessee. Bulletin. Philippine Library, Manila, Philippines. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. Owensboro Daily Enquirer, Owensboro, Kentucky. The Southwest News Co., 410 E. 9th Street, Kansas City, Mo. The Maryland Historical Society, 300 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 77 78KENTUCY STATE HsTOBICAL SOCETY. Milo Custer, 304 Court House, Bloomington, Ill. Newport Historical Society, Newport, Rhode Island. Louisville Free Public Library, 4th Avenue and Li- brary Place, Louisville, Ky. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va. New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Ave., New York City. - Journal of the Royal Academy. of Arts. C. Bell Sons, London, Eng. "Hurrah and Halleluyah," by Prof. J. P. Bang, Pro- fessor of Theology at University of Copenhagen. False Statements by Johannes Jorgensen. London, England. "War for Liberty." President Woodrow Wilson's address to Congress, April 2, 1917. The Belgian Deportations. By Arbold J. Townbee, with statement by Viscount Brice, London, England. The Magazine of the Georgia Historical Society. At- lanta, Ga. Quarterly of N. Dakota Historical Society. May, 1917. "The Villain of the World Tragedy." By William Archer. T. Fisher Unwin, 1 Adelphi Terrace, London, England. Ecclesiastical Records, State of New York. By Rev. E. T. Corwin, D. D., isnder the auspices of the New York State Historian, James A. Holden. To Verdun, from the Somne-An Anglo-American Glimpse of the Great Advance. By Harry E. Brittan, etc. Chronicles of Cape Fear River, 1660-1916. By James Sprunt. Interesting and valuable. 78 CATALOGUE NUMBER Fvi. NEW PORTRAITS. 1914-1917. Governor James B. MoCreary. Artist unknown. Governor Owsley Stanley. Pasquale Farina. LEADING KENTUCKY NEWSPAPERS. The State Journal, Frankfort, Ky. The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. The Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. The Owensboro Enquirer, Owensboro, Ky. The Woodford Sun, Versailles, Ky. The Shelby Record, Shelbyville, Ky. The Adair News, Columbia, Ky. The Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. The Rocky Mountain Herald, Denver, Colorado. 1916-1917. 1916 Maryland Historical Magazine. 1917 Maryland Historical Magazine. Bulletin of Department of Agriculture. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Official Guide of the 26th Continental Congress, Na- tional Society of Daughters of the American Revolu- tion. Washington, D. C. 1917 New Picture-Washington Saluting the Flag when Finished. Erected in front of Betsy Ross' house. A photo of Gov. James B. McCreary, taken from a portrait of him by Gilbert White, who painted the Lu- nettes over the Senate Chamber and House of Repre- sentatives. A rare collection of shells in glass case in Hall of Fame, left to Kentucky State Historical Society by W. T. Hundleigh, a friend of Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Re- gent, Editor and Secretary-Treasurer of the State His- torical Society. Mr. Hundleigh has painted several por- traits in Hall of Fame and was an artist of national rep- utation, 79 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIZTY. REPORTS OF SECRETARY-TREASURER OF THE KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. From 1906-1907 to January 1915-16-17. From 1906-1907 to October, 1907, signed and approved by Gov. J. C. W. Beckham. Report from January, 1908, to June 30th, 1908. Report from January, 1909, to June 30th, 1909. Report from January, 1910, to June 30th, 1910. Report from January, 1911, to June 30th, 1911. Approved and signed by Gov. Augustus E. Willson. Report from January 1st, 1911, to June 30th, 1911. Report from June 30th to December 31st, 1911. Changed dates at the request of Gov. McCreary, that he might place the reports for whole year before Legis- laturt. January 1st, 1912. Report from January to December 31st, 1912. Report from January to December 31st' 1913. Report from January to December 31st, 1914. Approved and signed by Governor James B. Mc- Creary, June 30th, 1914. Report from January, 1915, to December 31st, 1915. Approved by the E, xecutive Committee. (By a change in the law the appropriation given by the Legislature of March, 1906, to insure the perpetuity and success of the State Historical Society, the Legislature of 1915 threw the fund in the general fund of the State Treasurer, and the reports are now made monthly to the Auditor of the State.) BOOKS RECEIVED FROM MRS. SHACKELFORD MILLER. Thomas Jefferson's Letters. Works of Benjamin Franklin. The Life of Washington. The Old Testament. Diary of William Trigg, with picture. 80 CATALoGUE NUMBER F.8 Old Newspapers from 1836 to 1846. Mr. R. A. F. Penrose, Jr., of Philadelphia, presented the Kentucky State Historical Society with a magnifi- cent bronze bust of the noted geologist, N. S. Shaler, who was a Kentuckian. Mr. Penrose is himself a ge- ologist. "What a Geologist can do in War. Prepared by R. A. F. Penrose, Jr., for the Geological Committee of the National Research Council. 1917. 1917. Moy-Magazine of the Daughters of the Amer- ican. Revolution. Washington, D. C. June-Magazine of the Louisiana Historical Society. New Orleans. The United Empire. Magazine of the Colonial Insti- tute. London, England. New York Geneaology and Biography Journal. New York. Chronicles of Cape Fear River, N. C., 1660-1917. By James Sprunt. A very valuable work. The New German Empire-Perhaps. Berlin. The Maryland Historical Magazine. 1917. June-Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Magazine of Biography and His- tory. Quarterly. Philadelphia. Canada in Flanders. By Sir Max Aitken, M. P. Volume 1 of the Official Story of the Canadian Expe- ditionary Force. Toronto. Compliments of Sir Gilbert Parker. League of Neutral States. Amsterdam, Germany. Luther in Rome. Translation from Italian. By Mrs. Eudora L. South. (Mrs. South is an accomplished scholar and writer, and having traveled in Europe and a guest in Rome for some time, her book is very valu able as a history of Luther there.) The Geographical and Historical Magazine. May, 1917. 81 KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Woman's Journal of Kentucky-"Annual Meet- ing of Members." Official Organ of the Kentucky Fed- eration of Women's Clubs. Lexington. England and Her Critics. By Mario Borsa. Adelphi Terrace, London, Eng. Why Britain is in the War. Britain Transformed. Britain.'s Case Against Germany. The Belgian Deportation. The Villain of the World's Tragedy. Neutrals and the War. London, England. May, 1917. International Printing Pressman. Pressmen's Home, Tenn. Public Printing and Binding. Harrisburg, Pa. University of the State of New York. Bulletin. Al- bany, N. Y. The National Geographic Magazine. Washington, D. C. The Official Bulletin. Washington, D. C. Journal of the Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. Journal of Historical Society. Seattle, Washington. Official Register. E. S. Rochester, Editor. July, 1917. German Business and German Aggression-London. The Midnight Cry-Kansas City. Document-Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. The Washington Historical Quarterly-Washington, D. C. Gray's Genealogies-London, Eng. The Workers' Resolve-An Interview With W. A. Appleton-By Joseph W. Grigg, New York World. 82 CATALOGUE NUMBEE Fm. 83 DONATIONS. The portrait of Gov. Thos. Y. Crittenden, Kansas City, Mo. By his sons. The portrait of Gov. Cruce, of Oklahoma. Monumental Tablet of Bronze, presented to the State Historical Society, of Lieut. Richard Caswell Saufley, by his class in. the United States Navy, Annapolis, Maryland. His picture and the rich medals he won as the most famous aviator, and the historic "star span- gled banner" of his airship when he flew over Mexico, were presented to the State Historical Society also, by his widow, Mrs. Helen Saufley. Picture of a famous Kentucky beauty-Mrs. Aus- tin, of Knoxville, Tenn., who was Miss Anne Magoffin, of Harrodsburg, Ky., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ma- goffin, granddaughter of Governor Beriah Magoffin, and great granddaughter of Governor Isaac Shelby, first Governor of Kentucky. Mrs. James Garnett-a lovely picture of this lady, wife of ex-Attorney-General James Garnett, Louisville, Ky.