This is a collection of paper-covered print publications in Special Collections at the Cedarville University Centennial Library. The collection encompasses a variety of materials, including booklets, pamphlets, leaflets, tracts, government documents, speeches, sermons, etc.
Full title: Carl Schurz an die Wähler ohne Unterschied der Partie : Warum sie für Cleveland stimmen sollen
Translation: Carl Schurz to the electors without distinction of party : why they should vote for Cleveland
Julius Miller Richardson
Julius Miller Richardson (1862-1947) was an educator and lawyer.
Cover title: An honest dollar and a chance to earn It. McKinley's letter of acceptance. The issues of the campaign defined and discussed. Protection to our industries and our money. Each man's dollar must be as good as every other man's dollar. International bimetallism desired. Sound protection will insure sound money and prosperity.
Adrian Van der Donck
Originally published as Beschryvinge van Nieuvv-Nederlant in 1655, this edition is a translation from the original Dutch by Jeremiah Johnson. It is part of the series Old South leaflets [General series., v. 4, no. 69].
Robert S. Rantoul
From the Historical Collections of the Essex Institute, Volume XXXVII
William Ashley Sunday
Part of the "Billy" Sunday Sermons and described as such: "this is the famous 'Booze' Sermon recently revised and printed as Mr. Sunday preaches it today." Anti-saloon writing makes a case for temperance with facts, figures, and personal stories.
Full title: Address delivered by Hon. Rufus Choate upon the centennial celebration of the settlement of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 16 August 1834
Rufus Choate (1799-1859) was an American lawyer, orator, Congressman, and Senator from Massachusetts.