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1. [1861-1907 re-union United States Military Telegraph Corps, Hotel Manhattan, March 28, 1907] [1861-1907 re-union United States Military Telegraph Corps, Hotel Manhattan, March 28, 1907] Military telegraph -- United States A program from a meeting of former United States Military Telegraph Corps members.

2. 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, east side 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, east side Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Homes and haunts--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Industrialists--Charitable contributions--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Philanthropists--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Rooms--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Home offices--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Private libraries--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; New York (N.Y.)--Miscellanea--Pictorial works. A photograph of the anteroom located in Andrew Carnegie's New York residence, leading from the library to his office. Caption title; "FAMILY"--Label on mount verso; On cardboard mount: 26 x 35 cm

3. 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, south end 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, south end Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Homes and haunts--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Industrialists--Charitable contributions--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Philanthropists--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Home offices--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Private libraries--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; New York (N.Y.)--Miscellanea--Pictorial works. A photograph of the anteroom separating Andrew Carnegie's private library from his private office. This photograph features the south end of the room. Caption title; "Family"--Label on mount verso; On...

4. 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, west side 2 East 91st Street, New York, anteroom leading from library to office, west side Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Homes and haunts--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Industrialists--Charitable contributions--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Philanthropists--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Home offices--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; Private libraries--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.; New York (N.Y.)--Miscellanea--Pictorial works. A photograph of the anteroom separating Andrew Carnegie's private library from his private office. This photograph features the west side of the room. Caption title; On cardboard mount: 26 x 35 cm; "Family"--Plate...

5. [A $25,000,000 Carnegie endowment] [A $25,000,000 Carnegie endowment] Carnegie Corporation of New York An article from 1911 from Brooklyn's Daily Eagle, about the creation of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

6. [A ballad of Andrew] [A ballad of Andrew] Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 Tune: Pirates' Chorus from Peter Pan. Written especially for Edwin M. Stanton Day, April 26, 1906, and sung by the Glee Club at the luncheon given that day in Rosse Hall in honor of Mr. Andrew Carnegie....

7. A Carnegie anthology A Carnegie anthology Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 A collection of quotations from the written works of Andrew Carnegie. Includes numerous photographs and "a collection of portraits of Mr. Carnegie". Includes a bibliography and index.

8. A Carnegie school has lone pupil : only one Pittsburg youth seeks instruction in the bricklaying art A Carnegie school has lone pupil : only one Pittsburg youth seeks instruction in the bricklaying art : no books for children Carnegie Institute of Technology. School of Bricklaying--Students; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Childrens Dept.; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh--Finance; Guthrie, George W.; Chisholm, Daniel; Pittsburgh (Pa.)--Appropriations and expenditures; Bricklaying--Study and teaching; Technical institutes--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Children's libraries An article appearing in the New York times discussing the sole student, Daniel Chisholm, enrolled at the School of Bricklaying at the Carnegie Technical Schools and the closure of the Carnegie Library's...

9. [A condition not a theory confronts us: cartoon featuring likenesses of Rudyard Kipling, John Lockwood [A condition not a theory confronts us: cartoon featuring likenesses of Rudyard Kipling, John Lockwood Kipling, and Philip Burne-Jones] Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936--Pictorial works; Burne-Jones, Philip, 1861-1926--Pictorial works; Creich (Highland, Scotland : Parish)--Miscellanea--Pictorial works; Kipling, John Lockwood, 1837-1911--Pictorial works A cartoon picturing three men regarding an empty alcohol bottle. The cartoon pictures Philip Burne-Jones showing Rudyard Kipling, his father, John Lockwood Kipling, and the artist himself perched upon...

10. [A corporation for philanthropy] [A corporation for philanthropy] Carnegie Corporation of New York An article from 1911 from Cleveland's Plain Dealer, about the creation of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

11. A deed to create a stichting or trust to erect a court house and library at The Hague, signed at Skibo A deed to create a stichting or trust to erect a court house and library at The Hague, signed at Skibo Castle by Andrew Carnegie and Baron Gervers, 7th October, 1903 Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Gervers, W. A. F.--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Vredespaleis (Hague, Netherlands)--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Permanent Court of Arbitration--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; International Court of Arbitration--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Peace Palace Library (Hague, Netherlands)--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Industrialists--Charitable contributions--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Philanthropists--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Library benefactors--United States--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Arbitration, International--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Peace--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Courthouses--Netherlands--Hague--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie libraries--Netherlands--Hague--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Libraries--Netherlands--Hague--Endowments--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Hague (Netherlands)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Hague (Netherlands)--Miscellanea--Pictorial works. A photograph of a document in which Andrew Carnegie pledges the sum of $1.5 million for the creation of a permanent courthouse (which would be known as the Palace of Peace) and library at The Hague. The...

12. A few data in connection with the Carnegie Institute organ at Pittsburgh, Pa. A few data in connection with the Carnegie Institute organ at Pittsburgh, Pa. Carnegie Music Hall; Organ (Musical instrument); Elgar, Edward, 1857-1934; Paur, Emil, 1855-1932; Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923; Music A document on Carnegie Music Hall letterhead presenting arguments for the music hall obtaining a new organ, including testimony from renowned composers Edward Elgar, Emil Paul, and H.E. Krehbiel regarding...

13. A league of peace; address delivered at the University of St. Andrews, by Andrew Carnegie A league of peace; address delivered at the University of St. Andrews, by Andrew Carnegie Arbitration, International; War At head of title: Association for international conciliation; Carnegie thanks the students at the University of St. Andrews for electing him as their rector, and speaks on the subjects of war, peace and...

14. [A library site] [A library site] Library buildings -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh (Pa.); Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh -- Buildings; Carnegie Libraries -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh (Pa.) An article from 1890 from The Pittsburg Press that speculates on the future location of the City of Pittsburgh's first Carnegie Library. The author questions placing the Library in the Oakland neighborhood...

15. [A little child shall lead them] [A little child shall lead them] Peace "For my friend Jean, A.C." A print presumably from Andrew Carnegie to a friend. Created by a William Strutts (?).

16. A loss to Pittsburgh A loss to Pittsburgh Olcott, Frances Jenkins; Children's librariansPennsylvaniaPittsburgh---Resignation; Employees--Resignation--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Carnegie Library School; Library educationPennsylvaniaPittsburgh; Library schoolsPennsylvaniaPittsburgh; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh A newspaper article from The Pittsburgh post, dated Wednesday morning, June 28, 1911, concerning the resignation of Frances Jenkins Olcott, Head of the Children's Department of the Carnegie Library of...

17. A manual of the public benefactions of Andrew Carnegie A manual of the public benefactions of Andrew Carnegie Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Endowments S.N.D. North, Editor. Contents: Foreword; Carnegie Institute and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Carnegie Institution of Washington; Carnegie Hero Fund Commission; Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement...

18. [A meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee was held in the President's Office at the [A meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee was held in the President's Office at the Carnegie Institute on, Tuesday, June 18, 1935] Carnegie Institute of Technology; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Centennial celebrations, etc.; Founder's Day Minutes from a meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee, 1935

19. [A meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee was held in the President's Office at the [A meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee was held in the President's Office at the Carnegie Institute on, Thursday, June 27, 1935] Carnegie Institute of Technology; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Centennial celebrations, etc.; Founder's Day Minutes from a meeting of the Carnegie Centennial Celebration Committee, 1935

20. [A memorable gift] [A memorable gift]
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