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Speeches Of Wm. H. Wallace. Democratic Nominee For Congress. Fifth Congressional District Of Missouri. by Wm. H. Wallace

Speeches Of Wm. H. Wallace. Democratic Nominee For Congress. Fifth Congressional District Of Missouri.

by Wm. H. Wallace

Publication: Press of Frank T Riley Pub Co, nd ca 1907, Kansas City

Later edition. 22cm. Light green pictorial wrappers. 96 pp. Prior to and directly after running for a seat in the Senate, Wm. Wallace held the office of prosecuting attorney of Jackson County, Missouri. Included are 8 speeches given by Wallace that include "The Law and the Bandit," from a closing speech in the prosecution of Wm. Ryan, one of the James boys; "Frank James Speech," from the trail of Frank James for murder; "Argument Against the Trust," made at Hanibal, Missouri in 1902; "A Plea for Good Government," a speech made in nominating Governor Folk; "McKinley Memorial Address," the address at memorial exercises of President McKinley; "The Missouri River," the speech on the improvement of the Missouri River, tariff revision and other issues, made at Turner Hall, September 14, 1906; "Grand Old Missouri," from an address at Macon City, Missouri; and "Duty of Avoiding Resentment," from a speech at Lone Jack, Missouri. Very light tanning to edges of both wrappers, else a fine copy.

Inventory Number: 35688

$225.00