4 edition of Public papers of John A. Dix, governor, 1911 [and 1912] found in the catalog.
At head of title: State of New York.
|Contributions||Dix, John A. (John Alden), 1860-1928|
|LC Classifications||J87 .N717|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||13033334|
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. At head of title: State of New York. Includes index. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library. Description: 1 online resource (2. John Alden Dix (Decem – April 9, ) was an American businessman and politician who served as 38th Governor of New York from January to December A native of Glens Falls, New York, Dix attended Cornell University before becoming active in several Dix family business ventures.
He later expanded into the lumber and paper industries, where his success made him wealthy. This book, "Public papers of John A. Dix, governor, and ()", by New York (State).
Governor ( Dix), Dix, John A. (John Alden),is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as : Taschenbuch.
Lieutenant-Governor White became Governor upon Hughes' resignation and served the remainder of the term. Dix, John Alden: Served non-consecutive terms. Two volumes (in three digital parts). Sulzer, William: (Jan. 1-Oct. 17). Volume 3 of Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, New York (State).
Governor ( Clinton) Author: New York (State). Governor ( Clinton) Contributor: New York (State). State Historian: Publisher: State of New York, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Dec The governor of New York is the head of the executive branch of New York's state government and the commander-in-chief of the state's National Guard.
The governor has a duty to enforce state laws, to convene the New York legislature, the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the legislature, and to grant pardons, except in cases of treason and impeachment.
Dix, John Alden (b Glens Falls, Warren Co, 25 Dec ; d New York City, 9 Apr ). Governor. From a wealthy family, Dix attended Cornell University, graduating in After college, he became a lumber merchant, paper manufacturer, banker, and dealer in marble in Washington and Albany Cos.
ByMarshall's efforts resulted in passage of New York State Senate Bill No. 18, "An Act to establish a State College of Forestry at Syracuse University, and making appropriation therefor", to establish and fund the school. The bill was signed by Governor Dix, and the College "incorporated by Chapter of the Laws of ".
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Any questions please query at the above e-mail address or call () Public Papers of John A. Dix, Governor, State of New York (Albany, NY),printed by J. Lyon Company: Public Papers of. Twenty-four hardback volumes of public papers for most New York governors from through The volumes for and are missing.
All volumes were printed by J. Lyon, Printers, of Albany, New York, and each Title Page more or less reads, STATE OF NEW YORK. PUBLIC PAPERS OF [name of governor] GOVERNOR FOR Rating: % positive. John Bigelow () was an American author, editor and diplomat.
His papers consist of correspondence, diaries, writings, and other papers relating to his career as editor of the New York Evening Post, as inspector of prisons in New York State, as United States Consul and Chargé d'Affaires at Paris, France, as Minister to the Court of Napoleon III, as United States Commissioner to the.
He was elected Governor of New York in ; however, facing a great deal of corruption from the previous administration, he was unable to win his reelection in He partook in various civic causes, and spent his last days in New York City, as a vestryman at Trinity Parish Church.
John Adam Dix died in New York City in Virginia. Governor ( Mann). Executive Papers of Governor William Hodges Mann, (bulk ). AccessionState government records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
Acquisition Information. JOHN A. DIX, the forty-first governor of New York, was born in Glens Falls, New York on Decem His education was attained at Cornell University, where he graduated inand then at Hamilton College, where he earned an LL.B.
degree in Before establishing his political career, he. Papers: In Meyer Lissner papers, (bulk ); Elmer E. Robinson collection, ; and Jerbert C.
Jones papers, University of California, Berkeley The Bancroft Library. the New York Free Public Library, comprised of the newly-consolidated Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations. He advises and supports Philippe Bunau-Varilla in his plans for the Panama Canal.
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Title: DIX, JOHN A. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, Creator(s): Harris & Ewing, photographer Date Created/Published: Medium: 1 negative: glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-hec (digital file from original negative) Rights Advisory: No .DIX, JOHN ADAMS, (son-in-law of John Jordan Morgan), a Senator from New York; born in Boscawen, N.H., J ; completed preparatory studies; during the War of was appointed a cadet, promoted to ensign, and took part in the operations on the Canadian frontier; served in the United States Army untilhaving attained the rank of captain; studied law and was admitted to the bar in.The winner and a lukewarm political ally, Governor John A.
Dix, tucked him away as Forest, Fish and Game Commissioner, a post Osborne soon resigned. Osborne was a leader of the Democratic Party of Cayuga County and a factor in New York State politics between andwhen he canvassed the state for Woodrow Wilson.