Addresses Edit

Summary

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Language
English

Dates

  • 1829 – 1905 (Creation)

Extents

  • 8 Volumes (Part)
  • 1 Boxes (Part)

Subjects

Notes

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Miami University Archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Miami University Archives, Oxford, Ohio

  • Physical Location

    Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

  • Abstract

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; Miami University [Bound]; 1829-41 [1A-E-4A] Content:

    1. R. H. Bishop, Addresses delivered at Miami University . . .containing his inaugural address, and his addresss to the graduates of the years 1829-34, also complete catalogue of all the gradutates

    2. R. H. Bishop, An outline of the political economy of the Bible

    3. Miami University. Two addresses delivered at Oxford, O., on occasion of the inauguration of Rev. Geo. Junkin as President

    4. Addresses at the inauguration of Rev. E. D. MacMaster, as President

    5. Daniel Drake, Discourse on the hsitory , character, and prospects of the West

    6. Thomas Millikin, Address delivered before the graduates of the Erodelphian Society of Miami University, Aug, 10, 1841

    7. W. M. Corry, Address delivered before the Society of the Alumni of Miami University . . . Sept. 22, 1834

    8. T. S. Grimke, Oration on the comparative elements and dutys of Grecian and American eloquence before the Erodelphian Society . , , 23rd Sept., 1834

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Addresses [Bound]; 1843-55 [1A-E-4A] Contents:

    1. Junkin, George. The Baccalaureate of Miami University (1843)

    2. Hall, J. W. Lecture on the Sacredness of Labour, Delivered . . . Before the Philalathean Society, Hanover College, Indiana (1851)

    3. Humphrey, E. P. Address Delivered Before the Society of the "Phi Delta Theta," at the Miami University (1853)

    4. Elliott, Charles. Palestine: A Poem; Read Before the Society of the "Phi Delta Theta," at Miami University (1853)

    5. Purcell, J. B. The Crescent and the Cross: A Discourse, Delivered Before the Miami Society, of Miami University (1840)

    6. Moffat, James C. Predestination: A Sermon, Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Oxford, Ohio. (1853)

    7. Olds, Chauncey N. Valedictory Address to the Graduates of the Union Literary Society of Miami University (1839)

    8. Orton, A. G. An Address on the Internal Evidence of Divine Authorship, in Nature and Revelation; Delivered Before the Erodelphian and Eccretean Societies of Miami University (1855)

    9. Harris, Samuel. The Complete Academic Education of Females. A Report Presented to a Convention of the Friends of Education, Assembled, . . . at the Chapel of the Young Ladies' Institute, Pittsfield, Mass., Together with the Proceedings (1853)

    10. A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in Defence of American Slavery . . . With an Outline of The Bible Argument Against Slavery (1844)

    11. Fisher, Samuel W. Natural Science, In Its Relations to Art and Theology: An Address Delivered Before The Miami Union Literary Society (1851)

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Pamphlets: 1840's (Some 1830's) [Bound]; 1830-1840 [1A-E-4B] Contents:

    1. Goble, John. The Adaptation of External Nature to Man [1842]

    2. Report of the Fund of the United Associate Synod for Religious Purposes, and Particularly Missions to the Unenlightened Parts of the Country (1830)

    3. Sixth Annual Report of the Broughton Place Congregational Society for The Promotion of Christianity at Home and Abroad (1837)

    4. Scott, J. W. Statement of the Causes Which Led to the Recent Changes in Miami University (1845)

    5. The Divine Right of Church Government: . . . by Sundry Ministers of Christ Within the City of London (1844)

    6. Aydelott, B. P. Our Country's Evils and Their Remedy (1843)

    7. Aydelott, B. P. The Secret of a Sound Judgment. An Address Delivered at the Commencement of Woodward College (1844)

    8. Bishop, Robert H. Circular to the Alumni of Miami University (May 1845)

    9. Bishop, Robert H. Circular to the Farmers of Hamilton County (May 1845)

    10. Permanent Sabbath Documents, No. 1 (n.d.)

    11. Peddie, James, and John Smart. An Address by the United Associate Presbytery of Edinburgh to the Sessions of the Congregation Under Their Inspection (1831) Brown, John. Hints on The Permanent Obligation and Frequent Observance of the Lord's Supper. 2nd ed. (1832)

    12. Scientific Tracts and Family Lyceum (January 15, 1834)

    13. Scientific Tracts (March 15, 1835)

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; Commencement [and other] Addresses [Bound]; 1842-1905 [1A-E-4C] Contents:

    1. Junkin, George. The Baccalaureate Address (1842)

    2. Junkin, George. The Bearings of College Education upon the Welfare of the Whole Community. The Baccalaureate Address (1843)

    3. Junkin, George. On Decision of Character. The Baccalaureate Address (1844)

    4. Lieber, Francis. The Character of the Gentleman: An Address to Students before Commencement Day (1846)

    5. MacMaster, Erasmus. D. An Address on resigning the office of President of Miami University (1849)

    6. [Brady, Joseph?]. Review of so much of Dr. MacMaster's address as has reference to the Controversy between himself and the halls (1849)

    7. "Omicron." Review of an Address on resigning office of President (1849)

    8. Elliott, Charles. An Address in Vindication of the study of the Ancient Classics; Dekuvered at the Commencement in Miami University (1850)

    9. Billings, John Shaw. Waste. Address . . . on Commencement Day at Miami University (1895)

    10. Thwing, Charles F. The College of the Future. An Address Delivered at the Commencement of Miami University (1897)

    11. Gunckle, Lewis B. Annual Address of Miami University, Commencement Day (1898)

    12. Reid, Whitelaw. Our New Duties. A Commencement Address at the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of Miami University (1899)

    13. Philipson, David. Aspects of College Education. Address Delivered at the Commencement of Miami University (1901)

    14. Moffat, James D. The American College, An Address Delivered at the Commencement of Miami University (1902)

    15. McDowell, William Fraser. The Modern Scholar. An Address (n.d.)

    16. Wellman, Walter. Oration Delivered before the class of Nineteen Hundred and Fource, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Commencement Day (1904)

    17. Taft, William Howard. The Baccalaureate Oration Delivered on the Occasion of the Eighty-first Annual Comencement of Miami University at Oxford, Ohio (1905)

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; The Character of the Gentleman, by Francis Lieber; 1847 [1A-E-4C]

    Columbia and Charleston, SC: Allen, McArthur and Co., 1847. Call # Archives BJ 1521/.L7/1847

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; The Character of the Gentleman, by Francis Lieber; 1864 [1A-E-4C]

    Third and newly enlarged edition. Lippincott, 1864. Call # Archives BJ 1521/.L7/1864

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Addresses [Bound]; 1834-38 [1A-G-1B] Contents:

    1. Beecher, Lyman. An Address, Delivered at the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the Union Literary Society of Miami University (1835)[2 copies]

    2. Grosbeck, Herman J. Address Delivered at the Second Anniversary Celebration of the Alpha Delta Phi Society of Miami University (1837)

    3. Eells, Samuel. Address Before the Alpha Delta Phi Society, of Miami University, on the Study of the Classics.(1836)

    4. Tallmadge, James. Address Delivered . . . in the Chapel of the University of the City of New-York, on Occasion of the Dedication of the Building to the Purposes of Science, Literature, and Religion (1837)

    5. Maclay, William B. An Address Delivered Before the Literary Association (1837)

    6. Mayo, H. B. An Address Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, Oxford, at the Request of the Oxford Temperance Society (1838)

    7. Harrison, John P. An Address, Delivered at the Twelfth Anniversary Celebration of the Union Literary Society of Miami University (1837)

    8. James, John H. An Address Delivered Before the Springfield High School, . . . With A Catalogue of the Officers and Pupils, and a Report of the Institution, For the Second Year. (1837)

    9. Baldwin, Elihu W. An Address Delivered in Crawfordsville, Indiana, . . . on Occasion of His Inauguration as President of Wabash College (1836)

    10. Wylie, A. An Address Delivered Before the Philomathean Society of the Wabash College (1838)

    11. Meline, James F. Address on the Study of the Modern Languages, Delivered Before the Eighth Annual Convention of the College of Teachers (1838)

    12. Stephens, A. Address to the Alumni Society of Nashville University, on the Influence of Institutions for High Letters on the Mental and Moral Character of the Nation and the Obligations of Government to Endow and Sustain Them (1838)

    13. Scott, Walter. United States' System, An Address (n.d.)

    14. Harrison, John P. Oration on the Guidance of a Sound Philosophical Spirit in the Investigations of Medical Science. Read Before the Cincinnati Medical Society (1837)

    15. Wylie, Andrew. An Eulogy on Lafayette, Delivered in Bloomington, Indiana (1835)

    16. Adams, John Quincy. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette. Delivered at the Request of Both Houses of the United States, Before Them, in the House of Representatives (1835)

    17. Cross, James Conquest. An Oration Delivered Before the Chamberlain Philosophical and Literary Society of Centre College (1836)

    18. Marshall, Samuel V. The Influence of Letters on the Human Condition: An Address, Delivered Before the Louisville Mechanics' Institute, as Introductory to Its Exercises (1837)

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; Miami University [Bound]]; 1840-54 [1A-G-1B] Contents:

    1. George Junkin, The Baccalaurate of Miami University, Delivered August 10th, A.D. 1843, Rossville: Christy, 1843

    2. J. W. Hall, Lecture on the Sacredness of Labor, Delivered August 15, 1850 Before the Philathean Society, Hanover College, Indiana. Dayton, Printed at theDaily Journal Office, 1851.

    3. E. P. Humphrey, Address Delivered Before the Society of the "Phi Delta Theta," at the Mami University, June 29, 1853. Cincinnati: C. Clark and Co, 1853.

    4. Charles Elliott, Palestine: A Poem; Read Before the Society of the "Phi Delta Theta: at Miami University, June 30, 1853. Cincinnat: C. Clark and Co., 1853.

    5. J. B. Purcell. The Crescent and the Cross: A Discourse, Delivered Before the Miami Society, of Miami University on the 11th August, 1840. Oxford, Ohio: Printed by John B, Peat, 1840.

    6. James C. Moffat. Predestination, A Sermon, Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Oxford, Ohio, March 20, 1853. Cincinnati: Printed at the Ben Franklin Printing House, 1853.

    7. Chauncey N. Olds, Valedictory Address to the Graduates of the Union Literary Society of Miami University, Delivered August 7, 1839. Oxford, Ohio: Printed by W. W. Bishop, 1839.

    8. A. G. Orton, An Address of the Internal Evidence of Divine Authorship in Nature ande Revelation; Delivered Beofore the Erodelphian and Eecritean Societies, June 1854. CincinnatiL C. F. Bradley, 1855.

    9. Samuel Harris, The Complete Academic Education of Females. A Report Presented to a Convention of the Friends of Education, Assembled March 31, 1853, at the Chapel of the Young Ladies' Institute, Pittsfield, Mass., together with the Proceedings of the Convention. New Haven, T. J. Stafford, Printer, 1853.

    10. A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, In Defence of American Slavery: Delivered September 19th and 20th, and Published December 1843: With an Outline of the Bible Argument Against Slavery. Cincinnati: Printed at the Daily Atlas Office, 1844.

    11.Samuel W. Fisher, Natural Science in It's Relation s to Art and Theology: An address Deliverd Before the Miami Uniion Literary Society, June 25, 1851. Cincinnati, Franklin Printing Office, 1851.

    Public Information/ News Bureau; Addresses; Commencement, Baccalaureate, Convocation, Alumni Association, Charter Day, Woodrow Wilson Centennial, Washington's Birthday; 1834-; Box 1 [5A-A-5B] Files: Baccalaureate

    1. August 10, 1843 - "The Bearings of College Education Upon the Welfare of the Whole Community," by George Junkin

    2. August 8, 1844 - "On Decision of Character," by George Junkin

    3. June 15, 1905 - William Howard Taft

    4. May 1933 [Bill] Commencement

    5. August 1846 - "The Character of the Gentleman: An Address to the Students of Miami University, on the Evening Before Commencement Day," Francis Lieber

    6. August 8, 1850 - "An Address in Vindication of the Study of the Ancient Classics," Charles Elliott

    7. June 17, 1897 - "The College of the Future," Charles F. Thwing

    8. June 9, 1898 - "Some Present Day Topics That Deserve Attention," Lewis B. Gunckle

    9. June 15, 1899 - "Our New Duties," Whitelaw Reid

    10. June 12, 1902 - "The American College," Henry Moffat

    11. June 12-17, 1909 - "The Centennial Address," Henry Mitchell MacCracken; "The Bishop Administration," John P. Reynolds; "The Bishop Administration," George L. Andrew; "The Junkin-MacMaster Administrations," Johnn W. Noble; "The Anderson Administration," D.W. McClung; "The Hall Administration," Andrew L. Harris; "The Stanton Administration," Alston Ellis; "The Hepburn Adminstration," Francis m. Coppock; "The McFarland Administration," Samuel W. Townsend; "The Warfield Administration," Asbury E. Krom; "The Thompson Administration," Emory Leory Ferris; "The Tappin Administration," John C. Parrett; "The Benton Administration," William A. Trimpe

    12. June 7, 1917 - [Patriotism as a Means of Service to the State, and as a Means of Expression of the Whole State of the Ideals of Democracy], Hollis Godgrey [news clip]

    13. June 13, 1932 - [My Generation - Its Errors and Achievements], Frank B. Jewett

    14. May 1933 - William Lyon Phelps [bill]

    15. June 13-14, 1937 - Baccalaureate Address: "How Civilized Are We?" Louis L. Mann; Commencement Address: "Citizens of Cosmopolis," Allan Nevins

    16. June 12, 1950 - "The Principles We Live By," Raymond Moley

    17. September 1, 1950 - "The Chips Are Down," Charles Ray Wilson

    18. June 1951 - "Not By Bread Alone," Elmer L. Lindseth

    19. August 31, 1951 - "Words Are Not Enough," Alvin C. Eurich

    20. June 9, 1952 - "Wanted: A Common Meeting Ground," Stanley C. Allyn

    21. June 7-8, 1953 - Bacculaurate Address, Philip S. Bernstein; Commencement Address, William F. Russell

    22. June 6-7, 1954 - Bacculaurate Sermon, Henry Wise Hobson; Commencement Address: "Observations of the Social Role and Responsibilities of Business Executives," George Houk Mead

    23. January 30, 1955 - "The World Is Moving Ahead - So Go With It," Reuben B. Hays

    24. June 5-6, 1955 - Baccalaurate Address: "The Faithful Fighters of This Hour," Seth Rogers Brooks; Commencement Address: "The Arts as a Factor in World Peace," Francis Henry Taylor

    25. June 9-11, 1956 - Dedication of the Administration Building: "Wallace Pattison Roudebush: A Tribute," John D. Millett; Commencement Luncheon Remarks: "America's Defense Program," Reuben B. Robertson, Jr.; Baccalaureate Sermon: "The Vision of Faith," Jerald C. Brauer; Commencement Address: "Seek, Think, Share," James Scott Kemper

    26. June 9-11, 1962 - "Freedom and Social Responsibility--America's Contribution to the Alliance for Progress," Luis A, Ferre; Commencement Address: "The Alliance for Progress: A New Approach to Pan Americanism," Jose A. Mora; Luncheon Remarks, deLesseps S. Morrison; "The Dawn of Conscience," Nelson Glueck

    27. June 9-10, 1963 - Baccalaurate Addresss: "The Simple and the Complex," Arthur C. Wickenden; Commencement Address: "The Common Denominator," Logan T. Johnson 28. August 24, 1963 - "Visibility -- How Far? How High?" Harold H. Eibling

    29. June 7, 1964 " Commence What?" Fletcher Knebel [newsclip only]

    30. June 6, 1965 - "The New Diplomacy," George W. Ball

    31. August 29, 1965 - Anthony Cebrezze

    32. December 19, 1965 - "What's Right With America," Walter C. Langsam

    33. April 20, 1966 - [Right or Wrong, youth's protests have jarred smugness out of a "fat and prosperous nation"], Edith Green [News releases]

    34. August 14, 1966 - "The Nonsense of the New Folklore," John Marshall Briley

    35. December 18, 1966 - "The Road Behind," John W. Peck

    36. August 13, 1967 - "Is Our Education Showing?" Wendell H. Pierce

    37. December 1967 - [Youth and Age in a Modern World], Patricia Roberts Harris

    38. August 25, 1968 - "Among the New Horizons," Ernest N, Mannino

    39. December 22, 1968 - "The University and the Student in a Changing Society," Wesley W. Posvar

    40. April 27, 1969 - Bob Hope

    41. December 14, 1969 - "The Relevance of Business," Harry B. Cunningham

    42. June 14, 1970 - Neil Armstrong

    43. June 9, 1974 - Art Buchwald

    44. May 15, 1977 - James Reston Convocation

    45. September 25, 1947 - "The Miami University Building Program / Building an Education at Miami University," Ernest H. Hahne

    46. September 22, 1949 - William E. Alderman Alumni / Alumni Society / Alumni Association

    47. September 22, 1834 - "Address Delivered Before the Society of the Alumni of Miami University," Wlliam M. Corry

    48. September 27, 1836 - "Address Delivered before The Society of Alumni of Miami University," Robert C. Schenck

    49. August 13, 1840 - "An Address Delivered Before the Society of Alumni of Miami University at Their Anniversary," Charles Anderson

    50. August 1843 - "Address to the Alumni of Miami University," James H. Bacon

    51. June 23, 1886 - "Alumni Address Delivered Before the Alumni Society of Miami University," W. J. McSurely

    52. June 19, 1895 - "Address of John W. Herron to the Alumni"

    53. June 1896 - "Alumni Address," W. J. McSurely

    54. June 8, 1898 - "Address Before the Alumni Association of Miami University," Thomas Millikin

    55. June 11, 1902 - "Commercial Evolution: An Address Before the Alumni Society of Miami University," John B, Elam

    56. June 10, 1903 - "The Evolution of the Federal Constituion and State Socialism: The Annual Address Before the Alumni Association of Miami University," Abram M. Pence

    57. June 14, 1905 - "The South--Its Educational Needs," Gates Philips Thruston Charter Day Convocation

    58. February 17, 1959 - "The State University: Its Opportunity and Obligation in American Higher Education," James L. Morrill

    59. February 17, 1967 - John G. Diefenbaker

    60. February 14, 1968 - "Presentation Remarks," William E. Alderman Woodrow Wilson Centennial Addresses

    61. November 15-December 10, 1956 - "Progress Toward Collective Security," Robert R. Bowie; "The Contributions of Woodrow Wilson," Arthur S. Link; "Wilson: Character As Statecraft, Gerald W. Johnson; "Woodrow Wilson in Perspective," August Heckscher; "Wilson, Roosevelt, and Eisenhower: Three Approches to Leadership," James M. Burns Washington's Birthday

    62. February 22, 1863 - "A Speech, Delivered in the Chapel of Miami University, on the Occasion of the Celebration of Washington's Birthday, in Response to the Toast 'The Union Must and Shall Be Preserved,'" J. W. McGregor

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    Addresses; Miami University [Bound]; 1829-41; 1A-E-4A
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    Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Addresses [Bound]; 1843-55; 1A-E-4A
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    Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Pamphlets: 1840's (Some 1830's) [Bound]; 1830-1840; 1A-E-4B
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    Addresses; Commencement [and other] Addresses [Bound]; 1842-1905; 1A-E-4C
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    Addresses; The Character of the Gentleman, by Francis Lieber; 1847; 1A-E-4C
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    Addresses; The Character of the Gentleman, by Francis Lieber; 1864; 1A-E-4C
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    Addresses; [Miami and Non-Miami] Addresses [Bound]; 1834-38; 1A-G-1B
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    Addresses; Miami University [Bound]]; 1840-54; 1A-G-1B
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    1; Addresses; Commencement, Baccalaureate, Convocation, Alumni Association, Charter Day, Woodrow Wilson Centennial, Washington's Birthday; 1834-; 5A-A-5B

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