Item — Box: Uniform of the Army of the United States October 1, 1908 (1636-720)
In 1908, Quartermaster General J.B. Alshire published 127 colored lithographic plates depicting each type of individual clothing and insignia (from head to foot) authorized for all officers and enlisted men of, and for all branches of the U.S. Army. These illustrations were based on the uniform regulations of 1907.
Item — Folder: 6. Report of the Tipping Fee Commission, 1992
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Pursuant to Section 42-119 of the Rhode Island General Laws, enacted in July 1992, the Tipping Fee Commission completed this report to analyze and determine the necessary cash requirements of the Rhode Island Solid Waste Management Corporation for the period October 1, 1992 through June 30, 1993, and set a municipal tip fee for such a period.
Atlas of Surveys, 1895 created for the Bureau of Industrial Statistics. Conists of one volume annotated, the volume has also been rebound or repaired. Scales range from 300' to 0.5 mile to the inch. On page 38 annotation begins possibly for census use.
Scope and Contents
School Committee Annual Reports
a. 1903 – 1909
b. 1910 – 1915
c. 1916 – 1920
d. 1921 – 1923, 1925
e. 1927 – 1930
f. 1931 – 1935
g. 1936 – 1940
School Building Survey, 1949
School Committee by-laws, 1953
Annual Reports for the Town of Lincoln:
a. 1937, 1945 – 1949
b. 1950 – 1958
Annual Report: Budget Committee + others
a. 1951 – 1956
b. 1957 – 1960
Lincoln Revelation Process of 1953-1954
Lincoln Tax Assessment – December 31, 1955
Lincoln: Sewer Commission,...
This series includes records that document the Treasury department's management of public funds deposited in various banks during the period between 1819 and 1908. Included is documentation concerning the Rhode Island Hospital Trust, the Burrillvile Bank, and the Bank of North America.
This series records the transfers of stock and profits and losses of the Union Bank. Records include certificates of transfers of stock in the Union Bank, reports on profits and losses on stock, reports on account balances for specified state accounts with Union Bank.
The Constitutional Convention Constitution of the United States: Papers Relating to Adoption by the State of Rhode Island consist of papers relating to the adoption of the United States Constitution by Rhode Island.
Bicentennial flag #276 flown aboard an SR-71 advanced reconnaissanceaircraft. Document of certification 2 page computer printout with diagram of SR-71 and background of the aircraft that this flag was flown on. Print of the SR-71 with technical information on the back.
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Records of William E. Hamlin, United States Provost Marshal & President of the Board of Military Enrollment for the first congressional district of Rhode Island. Includes correspondence & orders; board proceedings, draft rolls & returns; surgeon's reports & recruit examinations; military exemptions submitted & approved on account of medical & physical disability, son of widow or of aged or infirmed parent, non residence or allegiance to a foreign government, etc.;...
1. William McKinley, 1896-1900 – red, white and blue with black and white portrait (St. Louis Button Co.)
2. “ROOSEVELT” – blue background with white uppercase letters (Bastian Bros. Co. ,
3. “I don’t want Eleanor either” – W. Wilkie campaign button, white background with blue upper and lowercase letters (Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, NJ.;
4 - Women Key to Reagan, 1984 pin
5. Herbert F. DeSimone for Governor c. 1970
6. James Taft, c. 1980
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