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  • Title: Elmer E. Robinson Americana ,
    Identifier/Call Number: M0002
    Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 1.75 Linear feet
    Date: 1765-1950
    creator: Robinson, Elmer E. (Elmer Edwin), b. 1894

    Materials Withdrawn From the Collection

    All imprints were transferred to the Robinson Room as books. A British Protectorate ordinance, dated 1653, was catalogued in the K scheme of the Bender Room.
    All newspapers were filed with the Early American Newspaper Collection.
    Miscellaneous periodicals were plated with the Elmer E. Robinson tab. Those issues complementing existing holdings were cataloged in the Special Collections holdings. All other issues were placed in a locked cabinet in the Robinson Room.
    Also removed to Felton cabinet with other literary manuscripts were:
    Markham, Edwin:
    Lincoln, the Man of the People (sgd. broadside).
    A Ward for Mother's Day (2 pp. holograph poem).

    Imprints

    1. 1. Allen, Thaddeus. An Inquiry: The Founders Of Our Union And Government. Boston, 1845. 86 pp.
    2. 2. Bayard, Thomas F., Speech of. Ku Klux Organization. Washinton, 1871. 24 pp.
    3. 3. Beck, James B., Speech of. Postal Telegraph. Washington, 1872. 23 pp.
    4. 4. Benedict, E. C., Speech of. The War. Albany, 1864. 16 pp.
    5. 5. Bond, Speech of. Upon Mr. Hopkins' Resolution To Divorce The Government From The Press. Richmond, 1833. 35 pp.
    6. 6. Brown B. Gratz, Speech of. The Reform Movement. Washington, 1872. 8 pp.
    7. 7. Calhoun, John C., Speech of. Resolutions In Reference To The War With Mexico. Washington, 1848.
    8. 8. The Code of 1650. San Francisco. 119 pp.
    9. 9. Daveis, Charles Stewart, Address of. On the Decease of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Portland, 1826. 55pp.
    10. 10. Disney, D.T., Speech of. The Disposition Of The Public Domain. Washington, 1854. 15 pp.
    11. 11. Winslow, Warren, Speech of. Assault On Senator Sumner. Washington, 1856. 8 pp.
    12. 12. Douglas, Stephen A. An American Continental Commercial Union Or Alliance. Second Edition. Washington, 1889. 36 pp.
    13. 13. England. (Protectorate) An Ordinance For alternation of several Names and Forms.... London, 1653. 8 pp.
    14. 14. Everett, Edward, Speech of. On The Proposition To Amend The Constitution. Boston, 1826. 38 pp.
    15. 15. Garfield, James A. Tested and Sustained... Reply To Attacks Upon His Offical Character. 1874. 16 pp.
    16. 16. Hamilton, Alexander. (pseudon. Phocion) The Federalist. Philadelphia, 1796. 48 pp.
    17. 17. Hamilton William T., Speech of. The Tariff. Washington, 1872. 13 pp.
    18. 18. Harcourt, W.G.G.V. (pseudon. Historicus) American Neutrality. New York, 1865. 11 pp.
    19. 19. Jackson, Andrew. Farewell Address To People Of The United States. Washington, 1837. 23 pp.
    20. 20 Jefferson, Thomas, Message from. Information Touching An Illegal Combination...Against The Peace and Safety Of the Union.... 1807. 16 pp.
    21. 21. Lowell, J. Candid Comparison Of The Principles And Conduct Of The Washington And Jefferson Administrations. Boston, 1810. 148 pp.
    22. 22. Lee Henry. Funeral Oration On The Death of General Washington. Boston, 1800. 15 pp.
    23. 23. Massachusetts, Abstract of District Attorneys' Reports. 1845. 25 pp.
    24. 24. Moore, C.C. Observations Upon Certain Passages In Mr. Jefferson's Notes On Virginia, Which Appear To Have A Tendency To Subvert Religion, And Establish A False Philosophy. New York, 1804. 32 pp.
    25. 25. Morrill, L.M., Speech of. Confiscation Of Property. 1862. 16 pp.
    26. 26. Morris, Gouverneur, Oration of. In Celebration Of the Recent Deliverance Of Europe From the Yoke Of Military Despotism. New York, 1814. 23 pp.
    27. 27. Newport Mercury. Important State Papers. 1809. 40 pp.
    28. 28. New Washinton or The Renovated Capital City. Washinton, 1874. 26 pp.
    29. 29. Nott, Eliphalet. A Discourse On The Death Of Gen. Alexander Hamilton. Boston, 1805. 24 pp.
    30. 30. Otis, Harrison G. Eulogy On General Alexander Hamilton. New York, 1804. 23 pp.
    31. 31. Pearce, Franklin. The Politics Of The Day. 1856. 8 pp.
    32. 32. Pickering, Timothy. A Review Of the Correspondence Between The Hon. John Adams...And The Late Wm. Cunningham, Esq. Salem, 1824. 197 pp.
    33. 33. The Politician's Register For 1841. Sixth Edition. New York, 1841. 60 pp.
    34. 34. Schurz, Carl. Annexation Of San Domingo. Washington, 1871. 20 pp.
    35. 35. Shellabarger, S., Speech of. Reconstruction. Washington, 1866. 8 pp.
    36. 36. Scofield, Glenni W., Speech of. Suffrage In the District Of Columbia. Washington, 1866. 8 pp.
    37. 37. Slidell, John, Speech of. Suspension Of The Neutrality Laws. Washington, 1854. 7 pp.
    38. 38. Stille, Charles J. How A Free People Conduct A Long War. New York. 16 pp.
    39. 39. Stillman, J.D.B., Speech of. California Pioneers. San Francisco, 1874. 47 pp.
    40. 40. Sumner, Charles, Speech of. Ransom Of Slaves At The National Capital. Washington, 1862. 13 pp.
    41. 41. Sumner, Charles, Speech of. Indemnity For The Past And Security For The Future. Washington, 1862. 16 pp.
    42. 42. Sumner, Charles, Speech of. Reform and Purity in Government--Neutral Duties. Sale of Arms to Belligerent France. Washington, 1872. 15 pp.
    43. 43. Sumner, Charles, Speech of. The Rebellion: Its Origin and Main-Spring. 1861. 16 pp.
    44. 44. Sutherland, J., Speech of. The Homestead Bill. Washington, 1852. 21 pp.
    45. 45. Trumbull, Lyman, Speech of. Republicanism--Not Partisanship. Washington, 1872. 19 pp.
    46. 46. United States. Report Of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims on the Petition of Elizabeth Hamilton. 1816. 3 pp.
    47. 47. Webster, Daniel. Discourse In Commemoration Of The Lives and Services Of John Adams And Thomas Jefferson. Boston, 1826. 62 pp.
    48. 48. The Whig Almanac And United States Register For 1843. New York, 1843. 64 pp.
    49. 49. Wood, Fernando, Speech of. Confiscation. Washington, 1864. 8 pp.
    50. 50. Constitution of the United States--Art Type Edition
    51. 51. Declaration of Independence--Art Type Edition

    Newspapers

    1. Maryland Journal of Baltimore Advertiser. Baltimore, August 20, 1773
    2. New-Jersey Gazette. New-Jersey, April 29, 1779
    3. Massachusetts Centinel. Boston, June 10, 1789
    4. The Salem Mercury. Salem, Mass., October 2, 1787
    5. Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser. Philadelphia, October 3, 1787
    6. Pennsylvania Mercuryand Universal Advertiser. Philadelphia, October 12, 1787
    7. Connecticut Courant and Weekly Intelligencer. Hartford, November 20, 1781
    8. Boston Post-Boy &C. Boston, November 4, 1765
    9. Extraordinary
    10. Continental Journal and Weekly Advertiser. Boston, January 4, 1781
    11. Saturday Evening Post. Philadelphia, September 8, 1827
    12. Hartford Daily Courant. Hartford, April 17, 1865
    13. The Boston. News-Letter (facsimile). Boston, April 17-24, 1704
    14. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, February 8, 1840
    15. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, February 15, 1840
    16. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, February 22, 1840
    17. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, February 29, 1840
    18. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, March 7, 1840
    19. Old Countryman; or Emigrants Journal. New York, March 14, 1840
    20. The Evening Gazette. New York, August 12, 1845
    21. Pictorial Town Talk (Steamer Edition). San Francisco, June 5, 1856
    22. Sacramento Daily Union. Sacramento, August 30, 1860
    23. Scientific Press. San Francisco, April 27, 1872
    24. The Courier-Journal. Louisville, October 4, 1876
    25. Ocean Chronicle. On Board Ship, November 1, 1882
    26. California Political Record. San Francisco, June 3, 1882
    27. The Daily Examiner. San Francisco, March 4, 1887
    28. The Examiner. San Francisco, June 25, 1893
    29. Call-Chronicle-Examiner. San Francisco, April 19, 1906
    30. San Francisco Examiner. San Francisco, June 29, 1914
    31. S.F. Chronicle (Memento). San Francisco, April 23, 1880 (2 copies)
    32. Fraternal Record. San Francisco, December, 1886
    33. Harper's Weekly. New York, September 21, 1901
    34. Arthur McEwen's Letter. San Francisco, June 1, 1895
    35. News Letter. San Francisco, December 1, 1866
    36. News Letter. San Francisco, December 23, 1871
    37. News Letter. San Francisco, September 26, 1874
    38. News Letter. San Francisco, March 1, 1879
    39. News Letter. San Francisco, June 7, 1884
    40. News Letter. San Francisco, October 15, 1887
    41. News Letter. San Francisco, August 22, 1891
    42. News Letter. San Francisco, February 11, 1893
    43. Signs of the Times. Mt. View, Calif., May 2, 1906 (S.F. Earthquake Special)
    44. The Argonaut. San Francisco, December 13, 1879
    45. The Argonaut. San Francisco, November 29, 1884
    46. The Argonaut. San Francisco, March 17, 1890
    47. City Argus. San Francisco, February 7, 1885
    48. City Argus. San Francisco, June 4, 1887
    49. City Argus. San Francisco, August 11, 1894
    50. City Argus. San Francisco, June 6, 1896
    51. City Argus. San Francisco, January 16, 1897
    52. City Argus. San Francisco, March 6, 1897
    53. City Argus. San Francisco, March 5, 1898
    54. City Argus. San Francisco, January 13, 1900
    55. Illustrated London News. London, June 26, 1858
    56. Illustrated London News. London, July 4, 1863
    57. Illustrated London News. London, February 17, 1872
    58. The Wasp. San Francisco, August 25, 1883
    59. The Wasp. San Francisco, January 29, 1881
    60. The Wasp. San Francisco, August 20, 1887
    61. The Wasp. San Francisco, August 4, 1888
    62. The Wasp. San Francisco, March 15, 1890
    63. The Wasp. San Francisco, May 24, 1890
    64. The Wasp. San Francisco, May 16, 1891
    65. The Wasp. San Francisco, April 16, 1892
    66. The Wasp. San Francisco, February 18, 1893
    67. The Wasp. San Francisco, April 7, 1894
    68. The Wasp. San Francisco, March 30, 1895
    69. The Wasp. San Francisco, June, 1898
    70. The Wasp. San Francisco, October, 1899
    71. The Wasp. San Francisco, September 15, 1900
    72. The Wasp San Francisco, September 21, 1901
    73. The Wasp San Francisco, September 13, 1902
    74. The Wasp San Francisco, December, 1904
    75. The Wasp San Francisco, February 6, 1908
    76. The Wasp San Francisco, March 20, 1909
    77. The Wasp San Francisco, March 27, 1909
    78. The Wasp San Francisco, July 31, 1909
    79. The Wasp San Francisco, August 21, 1909
    80. The Wasp San Francisco, September 4, 1909
    81. The Wasp San Francisco, May 13, 1916
    82. The Wave San Francisco, August 8, 1891
    83. The Wave San Francisco, February 20, 1892
    84. The Wave San Francisco, May 14, 1892
    85. The Wave San Francisco, May 27, 1893
    86. The Wave San Francisco, November 4, 1893
    87. The Wave San Francisco, October 24, 1896
    88. The Wave San Francisco, June 11, 1898
    89. The Wave San Francisco, November 9, 1901
    90. Town Talk San Francisco, February 25, 1899
    91. Town Talk San Francisco, June 24, 1899
    92. Town Talk San Francisco, October 18, 1902
    93. Town Talk San Francisco, September 20, 1902
    94. Town Talk San Francisco, June 13, 1903
    95. Town Talk San Francisco, August 19, 1905
    96. Town Talk San Francisco, August 3, 1907
    97. The Western Empire Los Angeles, October, 1895 (Oakland edition)
    98. Western World San Francisco, July 13, 1907
    99. The Western Soldier San Francisco, September, 1891
    100. Overland Monthly San Francisco, March, 1903
    101. Overland Monthly San Francisco, October, 1929
    102. The New-York Mirror New York, March 30, 1833

    Scope and Content

    Correspondence, documents, photographs, early American newspapers, and printed matter. Includes documents signed by George Washington and 27 other U.S. presidents, government officials, and seven early California Governors. Correspondents include William Jennings Bryan, Hamilton Fish, eight U.S. presidents, and other American government, civilian and military figures. Lithograph portraits with facsimile signatures of all the presidents from George Washington through Buchanan. Photographs with autographs of all the presidents from Abraham Lincoln through Eisenhower with the exception of President Arthur.

    Preferred Citation:

    [Identification of item] Elmer E. Robinson Americana , M0002, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Provenance

    Gift of Elmer E. Robinson, 1959.

    Publication Rights

    Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

    Access Restrictions

    None.