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Historical Collections of Harrison County, in the State of Ohio, with Lists of the First Land-Owners, Early Marriages, to 1841, Will Records, to 1861, Burial Records of the Early Settlements, and Numerous Genealogies - Hanna, Charles A
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London: Cassell and Company Ltd., 1946. First edition, only printing. Hardcover. This is the sixth volume of Churchill's war speeches, a presentation copy for his first cousin, Captain Oswald Moreton Frewen. Affixed to the front pastedown is a letter on embossed House of Commons stationery dated "20th August, 1946" below Churchill's typed Hyde Park Gate address and reading: "Dear Mr. Frewen, | Mr. Churchill was so pleased to | receive your letter of 15th August, | and to learn that you enjoyed your day at Dover. | He has asked me to send you the | enclosed copy of his War Speeches | (it is the last volume of the set), | which he hopes you will accept with | his best wishes." The letter is hand signed by Elizabeth Gilliatt, Private Secretary to Churchill for nine and a half years, during his years as Leader of the Opposition and his second and final premiership, from late 1945 to 1955. It is interesting to note that among her first tasks for Churchill was to type out his Secret Session Speeches in preparation for Churchill's seventh and final volume of war speeches, first published on 22 August 1946. (Gilbert, Volume VIII, p.179) Oswald Moreton Frewen (1887-1958) was first cousin to Winston Churchill (1874-1965).  His mother Clara (1851-1935) was the elder sister of Churchill's mother, Jennie (1854-1921).  Oswald was the youngest of three children born to Clara Jerome Frewen and Moreton Frewen.  Oswald attended Eton and then joined the Royal Navy in 1902, his "first and only love in the realm of vocation."  (Sailor's Soliloquy, Concluding Note by Leigh Holman, p.246)  Oswald was present in every naval engagement in the North Sea during the First World War and, after the war, served for a period at the Admiralty assisting preparation of the official naval history of the war.  Oswald left the Navy in 1922 for careers in journalism and the law, but returned to active service in the Navy in 1939, the same year that Winston returned to the Government as First Lord of the Admiralty.  Oswald became King’s Harbour Master of Scapa Flow, a post he held from March 1939 to September 1942, also playing a role in the Algiers and Normandy landings and finally retiring from the Navy in 1945 with the rank of Captain.  In his retirement years, Oswald read and annotated his cousin Winston's history of the First World War and closely followed the publication of Winston's history of The Second World War (receiving inscribed copies of each volume from Winston) and kept in touch with his cousin. Oswald had a childless marriage late in life; this book comes to us from Oswald's great-nephew. Victory is the sixth of Churchill's seven war speech volumes, containing speeches from January to August 1945. Having done so much to win the war, Churchill faced frustration of his postwar plans when his wartime government fell to Labour in the General Election of July 1945. His final speech in this volume - a review of the war delivered on 16 August 1945 to the House of Commons - was delivered as Leader of the Opposition rather than as Prime Minister. The first edition, only printing was published in June 1946. This presentation copy is in good plus overall condition. The blue cloth binding remains square and tight with sharp corners and bright spine gilt, but shows some speckled staining to the front cover and light wear at the spine ends. This copy is the first state of the first edition, confirmed by mispagination of page 177 as "77". The contents show intermittent spotting within, with heavier spotting to the page edges. There are no previous ownership marks other than the presentation letter affixed to the front pastedown and the front flap of the original dust jacket, bearing notation presumably by Oswald, affixed to the facing first free endpaper recto. We can supply an original dust jacket upon request. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A223.1.a, Woods/ICS A112(aa), Langworth p.234, Cassell and Company Ltd., 1946, New York: Privately Printed, 1900. First edition. Hard cover. Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. A Fine Copy. Signed by author to Rufus C. Dawes. A great association copy. 636 p. Audience: General/trade. Rufus Cutler Dawes (July 30, 1867 January 8, 1940) was an American businessman from a prominent Ohio family. Dawes was born in Marietta, Ohio, to American Civil War Brigadier General Rufus R. Dawes and Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes. He was a younger brother of Charles G. Dawes and great-great-grandson of Revolutionary War figure William Dawes. Two other brothers were also nationally known-Beman Gates Dawes and Henry May Dawes. His middle name, Cutler, was in honor of one of his father's Civil War colleagues in the Iron Brigade, Lysander Cutler. Dawes graduated from Marietta College with an A.B. in 1886 and A.M. in 1889. He married Helen B. Palmer on June 3, 1893. He was active in many gas and lighting utilities, becoming president of the Union Gas & Electric Company, Metropolitan Gas & Electric Company, and Dawes Brothers, Inc. He became involved in public service in 1918, serving on the Illinois State Pension Laws Commission (1918-1919). In 1920, he was selected as a delegate to the Illinois constitutional convention. He was asked by his brother Charles to serve on the experts commission preparing the Dawes Plan in 1924. Because of this work, Dawes was again asked to work on the reparations problem, this time as assistant to Owen D. Young (see the Young Plan). Dawes was a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, and, in fact, served as president of the Club in 1925-26. [1] He was president of A Century of Progress Corporation from 1927 until his death in 1940. From 1934 until his death in 1940, Dawes was concurrently president of the world's fair organization and the Museum of Science & Industry. Dawes was the third president of MSI after Sewell Avery and William Rufus Abbott. Previously, he had been an active member of the Board of Trustees, helping to brief once and future New York Times science editor Waldemar Kaempffert when the latter became the first Executive Director of the Museum of Science & Industry in 1928. During World War II, the United States Navy commis, Privately Printed, 1900

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[EAN: 9780806306582], Fine, [SC: 24.54], [PU: Privately Printed, New York], RARE BOOKS, Reference|Genealogy, Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. A Fine Copy. Signed by author to Rufus C. Dawes. A great association copy. 636 p. Audience: General/trade. Rufus Cutler Dawes (July 30, 1867 January 8, 1940) was an American businessman from a prominent Ohio family. Dawes was born in Marietta, Ohio, to American Civil War Brigadier General Rufus R. Dawes and Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes. He was a younger brother of Charles G. Dawes and great-great-grandson of Revolutionary War figure William Dawes. Two other brothers were also nationally known-Beman Gates Dawes and Henry May Dawes. His middle name, Cutler, was in honor of one of his father's Civil War colleagues in the Iron Brigade, Lysander Cutler. Dawes graduated from Marietta College with an A.B. in 1886 and A.M. in 1889. He married Helen B. Palmer on June 3, 1893. He was active in many gas and lighting utilities, becoming president of the Union Gas & Electric Company, Metropolitan Gas & Electric Company, and Dawes Brothers, Inc. He became involved in public service in 1918, serving on the Illinois State Pension Laws Commission (1918-1919). In 1920, he was selected as a delegate to the Illinois constitutional convention. He was asked by his brother Charles to serve on the experts commission preparing the Dawes Plan in 1924. Because of this work, Dawes was again asked to work on the reparations problem, this time as assistant to Owen D. Young (see the Young Plan). Dawes was a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, and, in fact, served as president of the Club in 1925-26. [1] He was president of A Century of Progress Corporation from 1927 until his death in 1940. From 1934 until his death in 1940, Dawes was concurrently president of the world's fair organization and the Museum of Science & Industry. Dawes was the third president of MSI after Sewell Avery and William Rufus Abbott. Previously, he had been an active member of the Board of Trustees, helping to brief once and future New York Times science editor Waldemar Kaempffert when the latter became the first Executive Director of the Museum of Science & Industry in 1928. During World War II, the United States Navy commis

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New York: Privately Printed, 1900. First edition. Hard cover. Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. A Fine Copy. Signed by author to Rufus C. Dawes. A great association copy. 636 p. Audience: General/trade. Rufus Cutler Dawes (July 30, 1867 January 8, 1940) was an American businessman from a prominent Ohio family. Dawes was born in Marietta, Ohio, to American Civil War Brigadier General Rufus R. Dawes and Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes. He was a younger brother of Charles G. Dawes and great-great-grandson of Revolutionary War figure William Dawes. Two other brothers were also nationally known-Beman Gates Dawes and Henry May Dawes. His middle name, Cutler, was in honor of one of his father's Civil War colleagues in the Iron Brigade, Lysander Cutler. Dawes graduated from Marietta College with an A.B. in 1886 and A.M. in 1889. He married Helen B. Palmer on June 3, 1893. He was active in many gas and lighting utilities, becoming president of the Union Gas & Electric Company, Metropolitan Gas & Electric Company, and Dawes Brothers, Inc. He became involved in public service in 1918, serving on the Illinois State Pension Laws Commission (1918-1919). In 1920, he was selected as a delegate to the Illinois constitutional convention. He was asked by his brother Charles to serve on the experts commission preparing the Dawes Plan in 1924. Because of this work, Dawes was again asked to work on the reparations problem, this time as assistant to Owen D. Young (see the Young Plan). Dawes was a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, and, in fact, served as president of the Club in 1925-26. [1] He was president of A Century of Progress Corporation from 1927 until his death in 1940. From 1934 until his death in 1940, Dawes was concurrently president of the world's fair organization and the Museum of Science & Industry. Dawes was the third president of MSI after Sewell Avery and William Rufus Abbott. Previously, he had been an active member of the Board of Trustees, helping to brief once and future New York Times science editor Waldemar Kaempffert when the latter became the first Executive Director of the Museum of Science & Industry in 1928. During World War II, the United States Navy commis, Privately Printed, 1900

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[EAN: 9780806306582], Fine, [PU: Privately Printed, New York], RARE BOOKS, Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. A Fine Copy. Signed by author to Rufus C. Dawes. A great association copy. 636 p. Audience: General/trade. Rufus Cutler Dawes (July 30, 1867 January 8, 1940) was an American businessman from a prominent Ohio family. Dawes was born in Marietta, Ohio, to American Civil War Brigadier General Rufus R. Dawes and Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes. He was a younger brother of Charles G. Dawes and great-great-grandson of Revolutionary War figure William Dawes. Two other brothers were also nationally known-Beman Gates Dawes and Henry May Dawes. His middle name, Cutler, was in honor of one of his father's Civil War colleagues in the Iron Brigade, Lysander Cutler. Dawes graduated from Marietta College with an A.B. in 1886 and A.M. in 1889. He married Helen B. Palmer on June 3, 1893. He was active in many gas and lighting utilities, becoming president of the Union Gas & Electric Company, Metropolitan Gas & Electric Company, and Dawes Brothers, Inc. He became involved in public service in 1918, serving on the Illinois State Pension Laws Commission (1918-1919). In 1920, he was selected as a delegate to the Illinois constitutional convention. He was asked by his brother Charles to serve on the experts commission preparing the Dawes Plan in 1924. Because of this work, Dawes was again asked to work on the reparations problem, this time as assistant to Owen D. Young (see the Young Plan). Dawes was a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, and, in fact, served as president of the Club in 1925-26. [1] He was president of A Century of Progress Corporation from 1927 until his death in 1940. From 1934 until his death in 1940, Dawes was concurrently president of the world's fair organization and the Museum of Science & Industry. Dawes was the third president of MSI after Sewell Avery and William Rufus Abbott. Previously, he had been an active member of the Board of Trustees, helping to brief once and future New York Times science editor Waldemar Kaempffert when the latter became the first Executive Director of the Museum of Science & Industry in 1928. During World War II, the United States Navy commis

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Date de parution: 2010
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