Athletic Department (University of Michigan) records: 1860-2017
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Speeches, pamphlets and publications [series]
 
Dated
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1894
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I Am Well

(3-1)

 
1902-1903

(3-2)

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"E. and E. Union; Employers and Employees United" December 2, 1902
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Untitled article on labor unions March 25, 1903
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"The Preliminary Training of an Advertiser" October 14, 1903
 
1904

(3-3)

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January 29: "How to Make a Halo" (positive image for products)
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February 19: "Classify Criminals"
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March 4: Untitled re workmen
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March 7: Untitled re workmen
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October 18: Untitled re labor in Battle Creek
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October 22: "Prosperity and Peace vs. Labor Unionism"
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November 29: "Industrial Peace"
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December 4: "Absolute Balance of Employer and Employee"
 
1905
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January 13: "Our Errand Boy" re postoffice

(3-4)

 
May 1: "Proclamation of Liberty" (including subsequent correspondence about the article)
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May 1-5

(3-5)

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May 6

(3-6)

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May 7-30

(3-7)

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June-August

(3-8)

 
1905

(3-9)

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May 20: "Who is the Owner"
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May 24: Untitled re employment of suitable workers
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July: "You are Your Brother's Keeper"
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July: "The Common People"
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September 7: "Report to the People" re labor unions
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November 15: "Controlled by Citizens. Both Labor and Capital Trusts Must be Governed by the People."
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December 30" Address to employees at annual banquet (2 copies and press clippings)
 
1906

(3-10)

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Undated: "A Message from the Food Expert to Physicians"
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January 15: "Patriotism and Pocketbooks"
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January 30: Untitled re street car employees
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March: "The Chief Offender" re American Federation of Labor
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May: "The Men Between the Two Mill Stones"
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July 4: "To Mongrels, Tyrants, Slaves and Freemen"
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October 9: article re newspapers
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October 16: article re industrial paternalism
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October 19 editorial re proposed bond issue for Battle Creek
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December 3: "Progress in Industrial Freedom in 1906"

(manuscript, printed text and newspaper reports)

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December 14: re Dr. Kellogg
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December 29: Address to Employees at Annual Banquet
 
1907

(3-11)

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Undated: "The Better Day"
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Undated: re labor unions
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Undated: re politicians attacking "middle-men" as cause of high prices"
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Undated: "Unto One of the Least of These"
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Undated: "The Fundamental Principles of a Great Party should be based upon equal opportunity for all"
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January 8: Address to Battle Creek Business Men's Association
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February 6: re Texas Lands
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March 8: re mayor
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March 16: re Battle Creek election
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August 20: re "Pageant of St. Albans" in England
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October 1: re Post's reputation as a "union buster"
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October 7: Address to National Citizen's Industrial Conference (manuscript, typescript and press release)
 
1908

(3-12)

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Re Tyranny and rights related to labor unions Undated
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February 12: re proposed legislation that jeopardizes property rights
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April 12: Profit-sharing in Battle Creek
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July 16: re workmen
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August 12: "There's a Reason" re advertising
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September 5: "Trust Control"
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October: "$1000.00 Reward"
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November 16: re workmen
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December 3: Address before the Battle Creek Industrial Association
 
1909

(3-13)

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Undated: "Union Knocking"
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January 20: re Association of American Advertisers
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May1: re Future of Battle Creek
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September 16: re harmful newspapers
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October 12: re narcotics
 
1910

(3-14)

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"The Prodigal's Return" Undated
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January: "The Churches and the Labor Trust"
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January 20: Address to the Association of American Advertisers"
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January 31: "An Advertiser's Duty to the Public"
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March 20: "'Punishing' Battle Creek The Paid Agents of the Labor Trust are Making Good Their Threat:
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June 29: re personal experience in advertising
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July 1: "The Reason of Postum"
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September 7: re Politicians pandering to unions
 
1911

(3-15)

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August 5: "Property Rights"
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August 31: "To Railroad Men"
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October 5: re Farmers and labor unions
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December 11: Open letter to Samuel Gompers
 
1912

(3-16)

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Undated: re operation of sanitarium
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Undated: re attraction of Battle Creek for workers
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Undated: "Folk Songs"
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Undated: re Tyranny of labor unions
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Undated: Comments do press humorists
 
1913

(3-17)

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Undated: "The Blending of Art with Commerce"
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Undated: "A Pathway to Peace"
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March 18: "A Hill of Roses"
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March 18: "No More Rations, Putting the Mob Makers on Short Feed"
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May 22: A Peaceful Industrial Family"
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June 10: "Inside History"
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August 24: "Human Happiness"
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September 29: Remarks at dinner in Post's honor
 
Undated
 
A-E

(3-18)

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" A Boycott"
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"Reply to Boycott: A Bit of Straight Talk to Unions"
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"Result of Boycott"
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"Challenges Chicago Federation of Labor"
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"Controlled by Citizens; Both Labor and Capital Trusts Must be Governed by the People"
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"Counter Movements to Political Programme of Organized Labor"
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"Don't Weep at the Ice House"
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"Eight Hour Day" (2 speeches)
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"Equality Thieves"
 
F-M

(3-19)

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"Free Riot" 'Laws'"
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"Grievances"
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"Industrial Investment vs. Stock Speculation"
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"The Labor Trust"
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"Labor Trust Responsible for Panic"
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"Labor Unions vs. Farmers Opposing Interests"
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"A Letter to the President"
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"Levelers, The Mission of Whiskey, Tobacco and Coffee"
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"Local Option"
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"Look Under It"
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" A Message of Peace"
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"Mollycoddling by Congressmen" of unions"
 
N-P

(3-20)

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National Association of Manufacturers (address before)
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"A Newspaper's responsibility to the Public"
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"Not for the Sleepy"
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"On Man"
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"Parasites"
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"Property Rights"
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"The Preliminary Training of an Advertiser"
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"Prosperity Makers vs. Wreckers"
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"Pull off the Cover"
 
Q-Z

(3-21)

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"The Real Voting Power Held by the Citizens and Not by the Trusts"
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"Reasons Why"
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"The Second Man"
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"A Simple Tale of a Town"
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"Sketch of Uncle Sam in Speakers Chair in House of Congress"
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"Some of the Tales Told at the Postum Family Supper"
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"A Square Deal to Both Sides"
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"Story of the Shoemakers. A Fireside Tale"
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"Strike Rights of Employers and Employees"
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"Taxes"
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"There Was a Little Man"
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"They Do Things"
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"To the Working Men of Chicago"
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"Whacks and What They Mean"
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"Words of a Statesman"
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Road to Wellville (selection of advertising copy put together and reissued in 1926)

(3-22)

 
Untitled
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Untitled

(3-23; etc. to 3-27)

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"Letters to the Editor"

(3-28)