Ingalls, John James, 1833-1900
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An Analysis and Evaluation of Selected Public Speeches of John James Ingalls, by Ray Harold Sandefur
This Ph.D. thesis for the State University of Iowa by Ray Harold Sandefur is an "attempt to make a rhetorical analysis of Ingalls' speaking techniques in some fifteen senatorial speeches and two Kansas speeches." Sandefur's main concern was primarily with the materials and methods by means of which Ingalls on the platform was able to gain belief and move to action. Rhetorical, historical, and evaluative methodology was employed.
The volume contains clippings from various Kansas newspapers addressing the suitability of Humphrey for the governorship. Also included in the volume are inaugural memorabilia and a congratulatory letter from John J. Ingalls, Vice-President of the United States, dated January 20, 1889.
The correspondence is almost exclusively between Ware and William E. Connelley. They discuss their various research and publications, personal and business matters, and on Kansas and national politics.
This collection of papers from a 19th century Kansas politician contains correspondence dating primarily from the 1880s and 1890s and concerning United States Senate business. There are also invitations and calling cards, possibly collected by Mrs. Anna Louisa (Cheesbrough) Ingalls.
This collection is composed primarily of correspondence and business forms relating to John Gilmore's activities as a newspaper publisher, journalist, state legislator, and a confidant of state governors.
The Myron A. Waterman Collection consists primarily of sketches. It also includes two letters addressed to Waterman from T. A. McNeal, dated February 17, 1933 and June 25, 1936, thanking him for articles, etc.
Humphrey was governor of Kansas, 1888-1892. This collection of correspondence and documents, which is arranged chronologically, covers the period from 1872 to 1906.
A revision of the author's doctoral dissertation, the book was published as Senator John James Ingalls, Kansas' Iridescent Republican (University Press of Kansas, 1972).