The United States and the Problem of Recovery after 1893

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Manuscript Collections

William Jennings Bryan MSS. Library of Congress.

Andrew Carnegie MSS. Library of Congress.

William E. Chandler MSS. Library of Congress.

Grover Cleveland MSS. Library of Congress.

William E. Curtis MSS. Library of Congress.

William McKinley MSS. Library of Congress.

Justin S. Morrill MSS. Library of Congress.


Government Publications

Massachusetts. Report of the Massachusetts Board to investigate the Subject of the Unemployed. Boston, 1895.

U.S., Bureau of Foreign Commerce. Consular Reports. Volumes 43-58, September 1893--December 1898. Washington, D.C.

U.S., Congress. Congressional Record. 1893-98.

U.S., Congress, House. Ways and Means Committee. Report submitting H.R. 4864. 53d Cong., 2d sess., December 19, 1893. H. Rept. 234, vol. 1.

_____. Ways and Means Committee. Report submitting H.R. 2749 to temporarily increase revenue and provide against deficiency. 54th Cong., 1st sess., December 26, 1895. H. Rept. 3, vol. 1.

_____. Ways and Means Committee. Report submitting H.R. 2904 to maintain and protect coin redemption fund and to authorize issue of certificates of indebtedness to meet temporary deficiencies of revenue. 54th Cong., 1st sess., December 27, 1895. H. Rept. 4, vol. 1.

_____. Ways and Means Committee. Report submitting H.R. 379 to provide revenue for Government and to encourage industries of the United States. 55th Cong., 1st sess., March 19, 1897. H. Rept. 1, vol. 1.

U. S., Congress, Senate. Report of the Bond Investigating Committee. 54th Cong., 2d sess., 1896. S. Doc. 187.

_____. Extending the Authority of the President Relative to Reciprocal Trade Agreements. 76th Cong., 3d sess., 1940. S. Rept. 1297.

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