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18890928Saturday, September 28th,1889066316631View PagePeter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.144144
18750313Saturday, March 13th,1875011841184View PageCudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-19160011
18750313Saturday, March 13th,1875011851185View PageCudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.0000
18750313Saturday, March 13th,1875011861186View PageLawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.0011
18750313Saturday, March 13th,1875011871187View PageLucy Arlyn.Lucy Arlyn.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.0000
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076887688View PageA start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.03131
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076907690View PageThe Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.09898
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083778377View PageJack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.164164
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083788378View PageA chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.144144
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083798379View PageDoing his best.Doing his best.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.125125
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083808380View PageFast friends.Fast friends.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.148148
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083818381View PageThe young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.151151
18921017Monday, October 17th,1892083828382View PageLawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.129129
18921019Wednesday, October 19th,1892084128412View PageCudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916.06666

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24522452View Page18880128Saturday, January 28th, 1888Omer MitchellOmer MitchellSouth Walnut
44044404View Page18940227Tuesday, February 27th, 1894Blaine SmithBlaine Smith1209 E Adams St
43224322View Page18940113Saturday, January 13th, 1894Miss. Pearl RusseyMiss. Pearl Russey304 Boyce Ave
43174317View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Norman BoomerNorman Boomer185 Kilgore Ave
29402940View Page18911215Tuesday, December 15th, 1891Orville ShawOrville Shaw209 E. Wash.
19491949View Page18820821Monday, August 21st, 1882Meville WoodMeville WoodWest Charles
43984398View Page18940224Saturday, February 24th, 1894E. H. ShuttleworthE. H. ShuttleworthMerryweather Ave
18971897View Page18820311Saturday, March 11th, 1882Ada ShuttleworthAda ShuttleworthEast Washington
43144314View Page18940106Saturday, January 6th, 1894Edna SmithEdna Smith602. E. Charles
45084508View Page18940709Monday, July 9th, 1894Everett BoorEverett Boor217 W Gilbert
27192719View Page18901106Thursday, November 6th, 1890Ralph GromannRalph Gromann211 E Washington
27652765View Page18910105Monday, January 5th, 1891Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.Not listed
29922992View Page18920224Wednesday, February 24th, 1892George McCreightGeorge McCreight216 S. Walnut
43974397View Page18940224Saturday, February 24th, 1894J. F. BrewerJ. F. Brewer728 W. Jackson
40204020View Page18921017Monday, October 17th, 1892Luis WildermuthLuis WildermuthMulberry
40434043View Page18921104Friday, November 4th, 1892Mrs. Dr. GreenMrs. Dr. Green223 North Elm
0172172View Page18750723Friday, July 23rd, 1875W. W. OrrW. W. OrrMain St
0173173View Page18750723Friday, July 23rd, 1875Mrs. Minnie L. OrrMrs. Minnie L. OrrMain St.
0258258View Page18751110Wednesday, November 10th, 1875Chas. WilcoxonChas. Wilcoxon94 N Dumont st.
0262262View Page18751115Monday, November 15th, 1875Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon94 Cor High Dumont
41584158View Page18930207Tuesday, February 7th, 1893Frank AbramsFrank Abrams822, St Monroe St
43054305View Page18940103Wednesday, January 3rd, 1894Elliott BaylessElliott Bayless228. N. Vine
25182518View Page18890302Saturday, March 2nd, 1889Jesse CarmichaelJesse CarmichaelKilgore Av.
27162716View Page18901101Saturday, November 1st, 1890Maude CaseMaude Case617 Berlin St.
30373037View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church904. 15th
44944494View Page18940620Wednesday, June 20th, 1894Will CraigWill Craig910 E Washington
41994199View Page18930307Tuesday, March 7th, 1893Howard DudleyHoward DudleyWhitely
43884388View Page18940220Tuesday, February 20th, 1894Mrs. Newton EarleMrs. Newton Earlecor Fremont + Lennon St.
42504250View Page18930520Saturday, May 20th, 1893Mrs. Mathew EdenMrs. Mathew EdenMeriweather Ave.
43544354View Page18940202Friday, February 2nd, 1894Willie C. EmersonWillie C. Emerson1328 E Jackson
45764576View Page18941011Thursday, October 11th, 1894Will TruittWill Truitt2 1/2 Miles E. City
29422942View Page18911229Tuesday, December 29th, 1891Homer DowellHomer Dowell500 S Liberty
43574357View Page18940203Saturday, February 3rd, 1894Mina GuthrieMina Guthrie1224 E Adams St.
44434443View Page18940410Tuesday, April 10th, 1894Murray GuynnMurray GuynnWest Powers St
28812881View Page18911021Wednesday, October 21st, 1891Harry HartleyHarry Hartley335 E Adams
41914191View Page18930302Thursday, March 2nd, 1893Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. Shepp309 E. Jackson
26492649View Page18900707Monday, July 7th, 1890Helen HickmanHelen Hickman304 W. Gilbert
46194619View Page18941115Thursday, November 15th, 1894Charles A RoweCharles A Rowe1806 E. Adams
29462946View Page18920104Monday, January 4th, 1892Charlie KiserCharlie Kiser219. N. Vine
28782878View Page18911020Tuesday, October 20th, 1891Clyde LeagerClyde Leager707 E Jackson
42914291View Page18930727Thursday, July 27th, 1893Earl LockwoodEarl Lockwood115 S. Liberty
42434243View Page18930515Monday, May 15th, 1893Rayburn McKimmeyRayburn McKimmey613 E Charles
45504550View Page18940906Thursday, September 6th, 1894Harry MillerHarry Miller115 1/2 Lorph Blvd.
44544454View Page18940428Saturday, April 28th, 1894Frank MorganFrank MorganMacedonia + Webster
28462846View Page18910504Monday, May 4th, 1891Ethel PerdieuEthel PerdieuCor Charles + Vine
45844584View Page18941019Friday, October 19th, 1894Ida PhillipsIda Phillips904 E Main
26532653View Page18900714Monday, July 14th, 1890T. Y. RichardsT. Y. Richards1320 Kirby Ave
23302330View Page18851121Saturday, November 21st, 1885Coreta ShumanCoreta ShumanWest Charles
43344334View Page18940120Saturday, January 20th, 1894Clara ShuttleworthClara ShuttleworthMerryweather Ave.
44444444View Page18940412Thursday, April 12th, 1894Austia SpenceAustia SpenceCor Michigan + Perkins
44264426View Page18940316Friday, March 16th, 1894Chas. M. StreeterChas. M. Streeter114 1/2 W. Wash. St.
30603060View Page18920524Tuesday, May 24th, 1892Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh702 E. Jackson
44114411View Page18940303Saturday, March 3rd, 1894Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. TurnerChas. + Jeff. St.
44154415View Page18940307Wednesday, March 7th, 1894Harry WardHarry Ward608 E Jackson St
40024002View Page18920929Thursday, September 29th, 1892Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamson632 W Jackson
50785078View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Jesse R. LongJesse R. Long915 e Jackson
49444944View Page18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899Geo D VanSlykeGeo D VanSlyke710 s Monroe St [crsd out] 1203 s High St.
49454945View Page18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899Joseph MahoneyJoseph Mahoney27 S Liberty St.
50105010View Page18990215Wednesday, February 15th, 1899Vernon WhiteVernon WhiteNorth View
49664966View Page18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899Donald MilliganDonald Milligan800 e Adams
49824982View Page18990127Friday, January 27th, 1899Rex KelleyRex Kelley508 w Jackson
49914991View Page18990203Friday, February 3rd, 1899Warren HutsellWarren Hutsell1311 E Willard
49924992View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899Charlie HooverCharlie Hoover801 e Jackson
49954995View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899Mrs. Anna StoecklyMrs. Anna Stoeckly1509 Shipley St
49974997View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899John ClancyJohn Clancy1120 Brotherton St
49984998View Page18990207Tuesday, February 7th, 1899Leroy HoltLeroy Holt23 S Liberty
0132132View Page18750626Saturday, June 26th, 1875Mary C. KlineMary C. KlineCor Jackson and Jefferson
0957957View Page18780112Saturday, January 12th, 1878Mary J. LuickMary J. LuickCor Charles & Franklin
15791579View Page18810117Monday, January 17th, 1881Mary A. HoppingMary A. HoppingCor Charles + Franklin
50595059View Page18990329Wednesday, March 29th, 1899Cecil AllspawCecil Allspaw817 e Jackson
50285028View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Harry RitterHarry Ritter425 Wysor
50795079View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Edith MillerEdith Miller314 s Jefferson
0123123View Page18750619Saturday, June 19th, 1875C. G. BlackburnC. G. BlackburnJackson Street
00066View Page18750528Friday, May 28th, 1875Albert CarpenterAlbert CarpenterWashington
28602860View Page18910613Saturday, June 13th, 1891Ethel BradyEthel Brady201 w Willard
21012101View Page18831117Saturday, November 17th, 1883Maggie GessellMaggie GessellEast Main
25342534View Page18890531Friday, May 31st, 1889Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan703 w Adams St
31103110View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Wayman AdamsWayman Adams1314 e Adams
31573157View Page18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895Flora FoormanFlora Foorman303 1/2 s Walnut
31623162View Page18950330Saturday, March 30th, 1895Charles CasterlineCharles Casterline508 e Main
32093209View Page18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895Louis IcermanLouis Icerman511 w Main
32113211View Page18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick311 e Main St
33403340View Page18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895Loys SaxonLoys Saxon219 n Vine
33903390View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Warren SampleWarren Sample805 e First
34003400View Page18960221Friday, February 21st, 1896D. F. LaneD. F. Lane600 e Jackson
52205220View Page18991031Tuesday, October 31st, 1899Mabel PerdieuMabel Perdieu620 e Charles
34683468View Page18960702Thursday, July 2nd, 1896Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman508 1/2 s Walnut
37193719View Page18970604Friday, June 4th, 1897Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger217 s High
32233223View Page18950722Monday, July 22nd, 1895Reba RicheyReba Richey403 w Adams St
32913291View Page18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895Ralph BrownRalph BrownKilgore Ave.
33083308View Page18951123Saturday, November 23rd, 1895Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy1113 Kirby Ave
33133313View Page18951129Friday, November 29th, 1895Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner1418 s Franklin
34573457View Page18960528Thursday, May 28th, 1896Fred FisherFred Fisher427 s Madison
34633463View Page18960620Saturday, June 20th, 1896Sara WysorSara Wysor418 North St.
34903490View Page18960807Friday, August 7th, 1896Ross AultRoss Ault613 n Charles
34943494View Page18960814Friday, August 14th, 1896Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze603 s Washington
35393539View Page18961024Saturday, October 24th, 1896Herbert NealHerbert Neal502 w Main
35783578View Page18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896Newton PetersonNewton Peterson224 Ohio Ave.
36433643View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Leroy WeaverLeroy Weavers Penn
36893689View Page18970417Saturday, April 17th, 1897Charles ReeceCharles Reece1330 Kirby Ave.
37383738View Page18970719Monday, July 19th, 1897Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes1413 Ohmer Ave
37763776View Page18971002Saturday, October 2nd, 1897Paul BlairPaul Blair509 w Main
37883788View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson1015 e Charles
38233823View Page18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897Iva BuckleyIva Buckley1519 s Monroe
38283828View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Rex SmithRex Smith514 w Main
38313831View Page18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897Frank GlassFrank Glass210 e 8th St.
38343834View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Charles WoodCharles Wood913 s Plum
38373837View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Joe McDonaldJoe McDonald627 Gharkey
38483848View Page18971204Saturday, December 4th, 1897Roy PolandRoy Poland801 e 8th
38593859View Page18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897George HawkGeorge Hawk1013 s Liberty
38673867View Page18971231Friday, December 31st, 1897Harry ThornburgHarry Thornburg900 w 1st St.
38823882View Page18980113Thursday, January 13th, 1898Frank DavisFrank Davis1301 w Jackson
39273927View Page18980216Wednesday, February 16th, 1898Roscoe LorentzRoscoe Lorentz236 n Vine
39513951View Page18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898R. LeonardR. Leonard1253 Kirby Ave
39593959View Page18980316Wednesday, March 16th, 1898Dillard DrakeDillard Drake240 Kilgore Ave
39673967View Page18980328Monday, March 28th, 1898Josephine GrayJosephine Gray217 North St.
39823982View Page18980422Friday, April 22nd, 1898Mary SpearMary SpearShipley St.
40144014View Page18921011Tuesday, October 11th, 1892E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer214 W. Jackson
40614061View Page18921118Friday, November 18th, 1892Herschel GreerHerschel Greer507/2 s Walnut
45244524View Page18940726Thursday, July 26th, 1894Wysor MarshWysor Marsh222 e Adams
45344534View Page18940731Tuesday, July 31st, 1894Roy PalmerRoy Palmer214 North Vine
43804380View Page18940214Wednesday, February 14th, 1894Merril SkinnerMerril Skinner425 W. Adams
47264726View Page18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898Willie ConnerWillie Conner207 e Madison St.
47754775View Page18980809Tuesday, August 9th, 1898Fred BunchFred Bunch120 e Wall St.
47494749View Page18980702Saturday, July 2nd, 1898Mrs. R. E. HamiltonMrs. R. E. Hamilton1315 w 9th St.
48084808View Page18980927Tuesday, September 27th, 1898Ray KlecknerRay Kleckner1333 e Jackson
48474847View Page18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898William BrouseWilliam Brouse1522 Shipley
49234923View Page18981213Tuesday, December 13th, 1898Mrs. J. J. DowMrs. J. J. DowKirby House
49284928View Page18981220Tuesday, December 20th, 1898Mrs. W. H. ClancyMrs. W. H. Clancy1120 Brotherton St.
49794979View Page18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899Leonard LeslieLeonard Leslie601 e Washington St.
49464946View Page18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899Elmer CharmanElmer Charman506 s High St.
51105110View Page18990711Tuesday, July 11th, 1899Laura KeirsteadLaura Keirstead225 e Wysor St.
51145114View Page18990717Monday, July 17th, 1899Jessie ClarkJessie Clark311 West J[ackson]
51045104View Page18990701Saturday, July 1st, 1899Harvey RussellHarvey Russell1209 e Main
51435143View Page18990828Monday, August 28th, 1899Leroy CampbellLeroy Campbell422 w Adams
51675167View Page18991003Tuesday, October 3rd, 1899Roscoe RossRoscoe Ross217 e Seymour
51635163View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Mamie PostmaMamie Postma1719 s Elm St.
51655165View Page18991002Monday, October 2nd, 1899Howard BeckHoward Beck1725 e Jackson
51845184View Page18991017Tuesday, October 17th, 1899Roy RichardRoy Richard606 E 5 St
51865186View Page18991017Tuesday, October 17th, 1899Flossie RoweFlossie Rowe225 e 8th St.
51895189View Page18991017Tuesday, October 17th, 1899Harry CowanHarry Cowan919 s Hackley
29702970View Page18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892Louis BloomLouis Bloom319 Michigan St.
42194219View Page18930328Tuesday, March 28th, 1893Ira BrackinIra Brackin1237 Kirby Ave.
26542654View Page18900714Monday, July 14th, 1890Merrill LeonardMerrill Leonard601 Robert St.
43724372View Page18940210Saturday, February 10th, 1894Samuel HiggittSamuel HiggittPearl + Anthony St.
42884288View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Mrs. Martha CarverMrs. Martha CarverOhmer Ave.
43944394View Page18940222Thursday, February 22nd, 1894Fred SnyderFred Snyder317 Wysor St.
43824382View Page18940215Thursday, February 15th, 1894Grant FrazierGrant Frazier822 e Main
46004600View Page18941103Saturday, November 3rd, 1894Jay BullardJay BullardCor Lennon + Howard
28852885View Page18911031Saturday, October 31st, 1891Orville SpurgeonOrville Spurgeon115 s Council St.
40474047View Page18921108Tuesday, November 8th, 1892Harry OrrHarry Orr609 E Main
21962196View Page18840507Wednesday, May 7th, 1884Albert RicheyAlbert RicheyWest Adams
40754075View Page18921129Tuesday, November 29th, 1892Clarence GreelyClarence Greely816 Chestnut
39183918View Page18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898Gifford TweedyGifford Tweedy503 Washington
003636View Page18750603Thursday, June 3rd, 1875H. E. ToddH. E. ToddCor. Jackson + Liberty
0981981View Page18780206Wednesday, February 6th, 1878E. K. KuechmannE. K. KuechmannEast Main St.
12171217View Page18790405Saturday, April 5th, 1879R. W. MonroeR. W. MonroeWest Main
24712471View Page18880609Saturday, June 9th, 1888Louisa KoernerLouisa KoernerNorth St.
26742674View Page18900829Friday, August 29th, 1890Jessie FordJessie Ford817 W. Main
27012701View Page18901004Saturday, October 4th, 1890Homer NeeleyHomer Neeley504 S Beacon
27142714View Page18901027Monday, October 27th, 1890Wilbur SuttonWilbur SuttonWest Gilbert
27942794View Page18910207Saturday, February 7th, 1891Alfred KilgoreAlfred Kilgore417 W. Main
28032803View Page18910211Wednesday, February 11th, 1891Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton1110 E. Main
28282828View Page18910319Thursday, March 19th, 1891Homer ShawHomer Shaw318 W. Mulberry
28502850View Page18910513Wednesday, May 13th, 1891Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson108 N. Monroe
28802880View Page18911021Wednesday, October 21st, 1891Max BishopMax Bishop322 Main St.
28992899View Page18911114Saturday, November 14th, 1891Ora MillerOra Miller1006 S. Walnut
29572957View Page18920123Saturday, January 23rd, 1892George BurtGeorge Burt230 N. Vine St.
29862986View Page18920220Saturday, February 20th, 1892Robbie ScottRobbie Scott606 E. Jackson
29332933View Page18911208Tuesday, December 8th, 1891Merton HamiltonMerton Hamilton622 Vine Adams
40044004View Page18921001Saturday, October 1st, 1892Ohle GillOhle Gill613 W. Charles St.
40524052View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Mable LockwoodMable Lockwood509 W Jackson
41824182View Page18930225Saturday, February 25th, 1893Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood BardNot listed
42244224View Page18930405Wednesday, April 5th, 1893Harry KeltnerHarry KeltnerWestside
43124312View Page18940105Friday, January 5th, 1894Mrs. L. HerrmannMrs. L. Herrmann120 E. Main
44104410View Page18940303Saturday, March 3rd, 1894Winlock TurnerWinlock TurnerChas. + Jeff. St.
44654465View Page18940512Saturday, May 12th, 1894Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. PetersonE. Willard St.
45694569View Page18941002Tuesday, October 2nd, 1894Ralph HyerRalph Hyer1110 Virginia
45784578View Page18941013Saturday, October 13th, 1894Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver437 Howard St.
46094609View Page18941108Thursday, November 8th, 1894Clarence LeagerClarence Leager716 E. Jackson
46224622View Page18941117Saturday, November 17th, 1894James GuthrieJames Guthrie516 S. Franklin
46374637View Page18941124Saturday, November 24th, 1894Harry WhiteHarry WhiteCor. Seymour Ebnight
34883488View Page18960731Friday, July 31st, 1896Berha HartBerha Hart522 w Adams
41684168View Page18930213Monday, February 13th, 1893Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom313 W Michigan
43034303View Page18940102Tuesday, January 2nd, 1894Garfield OlinGarfield Olincor Harriett + Delaware
43384338View Page18940120Saturday, January 20th, 1894Fred CecilFred Cecil1523 S. Franklin
45524552View Page18940913Thursday, September 13th, 1894Charlie StoughCharlie Stough437 Howard St.
45604560View Page18940918Tuesday, September 18th, 1894Frankie RoyFrankie Roy721 S Vine St.
14621462View Page18801019Tuesday, October 19th, 1880W. W. StuartW. W. StuartFire Department
45874587View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan306 W. Main St.
43294329View Page18940115Monday, January 15th, 1894Earl PaceyEarl Pacey1123 East Jackson
41274127View Page18930112Thursday, January 12th, 1893Charlene WoodCharlene WoodNot listed
45134513View Page18940711Wednesday, July 11th, 1894Ralph WintersRalph Winters216 W. Adams
42084208View Page18930318Saturday, March 18th, 1893George EaganGeorge Eagan808 Seymour st.
42114211View Page18930321Tuesday, March 21st, 1893Walter RoofWalter Roof437 Elliot st.
42314231View Page18930421Friday, April 21st, 1893Robert MockRobert Mock114 Wall st.
42534253View Page18930523Tuesday, May 23rd, 1893Earl TuheyEarl Tuhey1121 S Walnut
42704270View Page18930619Monday, June 19th, 1893Bessie G. BunchBessie G. Bunch1333 E. Jackson
42864286View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Hattie RussellHattie Russell1211 E. Main
42974297View Page18930819Saturday, August 19th, 1893Mrs. Nellie CochranMrs. Nellie CochranCor Pollock + Seymore
42944294View Page18930809Wednesday, August 9th, 1893Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans310 W. Adams
25012501View Page18890112Saturday, January 12th, 1889Mrs. A. K. NicholsMrs. A. K. NicholsWest Washington St
25232523View Page18890318Monday, March 18th, 1889Maggie KaltenbachMaggie KaltenbachCor. 3rd and Jefferson St.
25632563View Page18890927Friday, September 27th, 1889Ruby PerkinsRuby Perkins518 East Jackson
25772577View Page18891030Wednesday, October 30th, 1889Carrie FloydCarrie FloydKilgore Avenue
23442344View Page18851231Thursday, December 31st, 1885Vida CassadyVida CassadyWest Washington
44034403View Page18940226Monday, February 26th, 1894Ralph HuffRalph Huff801 Chas & Plum
46594659View Page18941221Friday, December 21st, 1894F. E. HigginsF. E. Higgins614 Monroe St.
46484648View Page18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894Mrs. Minnie HigginsMrs. Minnie Higgins614 Monroe
31333133View Page18950216Saturday, February 16th, 1895Wilbur PersonettWilbur PersonettFlorence St.
26062606View Page18900205Wednesday, February 5th, 1890Willie ThompsonWillie Thompson508 East Jackson
27132713View Page18901027Monday, October 27th, 1890Jas. T. NelsonJas. T. NelsonNorth Plum
27182718View Page18901103Monday, November 3rd, 1890Nick MuehlbarkNick MuehlbarkNot listed
27342734View Page18901118Tuesday, November 18th, 1890Ray CaseRay CaseNot listed
27352735View Page18901119Wednesday, November 19th, 1890Carl ChildsCarl ChildsJackson
27712771View Page18910110Saturday, January 10th, 1891Arthur LeonardArthur Leonard601 Robert st.
27842784View Page18910126Monday, January 26th, 1891Isaac H. GrayIsaac H. Gray425 W. Main st.
27852785View Page18910127Tuesday, January 27th, 1891Chester A. EvansChester A. Evans310 W. Adams
27922792View Page18910205Thursday, February 5th, 1891Willie ShelbyWillie Shelby312 N Mulberry
27952795View Page18910207Saturday, February 7th, 1891Katie HottingerKatie Hottinger223 N Plum
28082808View Page18910221Saturday, February 21st, 1891Willie HedrickWillie HedrickWest-Howard
28122812View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Willie CrawfordWillie CrawfordOmer Ave.
28142814View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton503 E. Main
28612861View Page18910613Saturday, June 13th, 1891Carl SheppCarl Shepp214 E. Jackson
28892889View Page18911104Wednesday, November 4th, 1891Morris WolffMorris Wolff117 W. Main
29072907View Page18911123Monday, November 23rd, 1891Carl TuheyCarl Tuhey215 Wall st.
29102910View Page18910814Friday, August 14th, 1891Arthur KelleyArthur Kelley686 S. Walnut
29262926View Page18911008Thursday, October 8th, 1891Susie HayesSusie Hayes802 S. Walnut
30073007View Page18920316Wednesday, March 16th, 1892Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott823 S. Council st.
29522952View Page18920111Monday, January 11th, 1892Rollin BakerRollin BakerWashington st.
29562956View Page18920122Friday, January 22nd, 1892Loyd CarverLoyd CarverOhmer Ave.
40354035View Page18921101Tuesday, November 1st, 1892Blanch CaseBlanch CasePowers st.
40714071View Page18921126Saturday, November 26th, 1892Robert CrabbsRobert CrabbsLiberty + Howard
40174017View Page18921015Saturday, October 15th, 1892Myron GrayMyron Gray408 S. High
29542954View Page18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892Lloyd KimbroughLloyd Kimbrough311 E. Jackson
40264026View Page18921022Saturday, October 22nd, 1892J. L. KingsburyJ. L. KingsburyS. Monroe
29642964View Page18920128Thursday, January 28th, 1892Julius T. KirbyJulius T. Kirby406 E. Jackson
29492949View Page18920108Friday, January 8th, 1892Morris LeechMorris LeechAdams st.
30563056View Page18920514Saturday, May 14th, 1892Albert LewellenAlbert Lewellen301 Cor 11 + Jefferson
30053005View Page18920314Monday, March 14th, 1892Mr. Val LubbsMr. Val Lubbs203 North st
30283028View Page18920418Monday, April 18th, 1892J. L. McPhersonJ. L. McPhersonSwiss Cottage
40054005View Page18921001Saturday, October 1st, 1892Laura RossLaura RossWysor St.
29952995View Page18920301Tuesday, March 1st, 1892Mary ShawMary ShawNot listed
30703070View Page18920707Thursday, July 7th, 1892Leslie SpornhauerLeslie SpornhauerNot listed
30483048View Page18920509Monday, May 9th, 1892Chas. StuckyChas. Stucky708 E. Wash.
29762976View Page18920205Friday, February 5th, 1892Charle SturdevantCharle Sturdevant616 W Adams
29812981View Page18920210Wednesday, February 10th, 1892Winnie SwainWinnie SwainNot listed
30423042View Page18920505Thursday, May 5th, 1892Edwin UnksEdwin Unkscor. Willard + Mock
30593059View Page18920519Thursday, May 19th, 1892Chas. VenemanChas. Veneman417 West 13th st.
30583058View Page18920519Thursday, May 19th, 1892Roy WhitneyRoy Whitney115 1/2 Central Bk.
50365036View Page18990304Saturday, March 4th, 1899Morrell BunchMorrell Bunch120 E. Seymour
44374437View Page18940403Tuesday, April 3rd, 1894Mrs. Florence G SilverburgMrs. Florence G Silverburg604 W Charles St
50225022View Page18990224Friday, February 24th, 1899Raymond PotterRaymond Potter1025 E. Adams
50255025View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Bertha SampleBertha SampleNot listed
44614461View Page18940509Wednesday, May 9th, 1894Stanton JanneyStanton Janneycor Jeff and Race St
0323323View Page18760129Saturday, January 29th, 1876Willie R. BrothertonWillie R. BrothertonE. Adams St
52535253View Page18991129Wednesday, November 29th, 1899Herschel CananHerschel Canan108 W. Charles St.
52835283View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield723 S. Elm St.
52855285View Page18991229Friday, December 29th, 1899Jesse BrownJesse Brown11th St. & Hoyt Ave.
52875287View Page18991229Friday, December 29th, 1899Ernest WolffErnest Wolff312 N. Mulberry
43554355View Page18940202Friday, February 2nd, 1894Stephen DoermanStephen Doerman377 Elliott St.
44684468View Page18940518Friday, May 18th, 1894Edward LawlerEdward Lawler701 S Mulberry
45004500View Page18940628Thursday, June 28th, 1894Nellie JerrettNellie Jerrett232 Kilgore Ave
45174517View Page18940716Monday, July 16th, 1894James BaileyJames Bailey1200 Ohmer Ave
45254525View Page18940726Thursday, July 26th, 1894Mrs. John W WilsonMrs. John W Wilson320 S Beacon
51085108View Page18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899Ray ZapfRay ZapfN. Elm St.
43244324View Page18940115Monday, January 15th, 1894H. P. KrullH. P. Krull620 Monroe St.
44274427View Page18940317Saturday, March 17th, 1894Roge D. MaherRoge D. Maher284 Kilgore Ave
46634663View Page18941227Thursday, December 27th, 1894Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters432 Proud St.
43194319View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Ulric HurrleUlric Hurrle808 E. Wash.
43954395View Page18940223Friday, February 23rd, 1894Gertrude HaleGertrude Hale554 Howard
46444644View Page18941203Monday, December 3rd, 1894Clarence PerkinsClarence Perkins522 E. Jackson
46474647View Page18941206Thursday, December 6th, 1894Kenneth ShuttleworthKenneth ShuttleworthShiply + Michigan
46644664View Page18941228Friday, December 28th, 1894Charles BrennonCharles Brennon422 -E. Jackson
46664666View Page18941228Friday, December 28th, 1894John W. SmithJohn W. Smith504 E. 2nd St.
45584558View Page18940917Monday, September 17th, 1894Mrs. F LeonMrs. F Leon421 S Walnut
51765176View Page18991011Wednesday, October 11th, 1899Edgar HaymondEdgar Haymond814 W. Charles St.
51905190View Page18991017Tuesday, October 17th, 1899Horace MillerHorace Miller1405 S. 7th
52055205View Page18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899Louis H. BuettnerLouis H. Buettner900 S. Wolf
52225222View Page18991104Saturday, November 4th, 1899Della FrenchDella French307 E. Jackson
32133213View Page18950708Monday, July 8th, 1895Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon910 S Mulberry
32153215View Page18950709Tuesday, July 9th, 1895Ralph BardRalph Bard404 E Washington
32193219View Page18950711Thursday, July 11th, 1895John M RusseyJohn M Russey120 S Mulberry
32213221View Page18950713Saturday, July 13th, 1895Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd903 S Walnut
32273227View Page18950729Monday, July 29th, 1895Ernest CharmanErnest Charman506 S High
32293229View Page18950801Thursday, August 1st, 1895John CranorJohn Cranor523 S Council
32303230View Page18950801Thursday, August 1st, 1895Mr. B C BowmanMr. B C Bowman417 W Charles(scratched out) 320 S Jefferson(scratched out) 714 E Adams St
32373237View Page18950815Thursday, August 15th, 1895Sam'l A MacdonaldSam'l A Macdonald1407 Shipley St
32393239View Page18950819Monday, August 19th, 1895Clarence R AndrewsClarence R Andrews501 S Mulberry
32433243View Page18950826Monday, August 26th, 1895Nellie LeGalleyNellie LeGalley119 Jackson
46714671View Page18950102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1895O. J. LessigO. J. LessigCor Harrill + Delaware
46774677View Page18950107Monday, January 7th, 1895Mrs. Ella StarrMrs. Ella Starr306 - E. Jackson
46784678View Page18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895Mrs. Lillie SchellMrs. Lillie Schell1519 S. Franklin
46794679View Page18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895Earl WilliamsonEarl Williamson307 E Jackson
46914691View Page18950116Wednesday, January 16th, 1895Ora TweedyOra Tweedy1113 Kirby Ave.
46944694View Page18950117Thursday, January 17th, 1895Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg1111 E. Adams
46964696View Page18950118Friday, January 18th, 1895Willie RileyWillie Riley214 E. Wysor
47014701View Page18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895Robert RoofRobert Roof437 Elliot St
47034703View Page18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895Minnie GainorMinnie Gainorcor Blaine + Heekin
31373137View Page18950220Wednesday, February 20th, 1895Ettie M. SmithEttie M. Smith702 E. Adams
31443144View Page18950308Friday, March 8th, 1895Mrs. H. C. FloydMrs. H. C. FloydS. Vine
31493149View Page18950311Monday, March 11th, 1895Herbert H. SmithHerbert H. Smith1279 E. Main St.
31543154View Page18950321Thursday, March 21st, 1895Lottie SnyderLottie Snyder317 Wysor St.
31583158View Page18950327Wednesday, March 27th, 1895John BantaJohn Banta506 E Main St
31683168View Page18950413Saturday, April 13th, 1895Orland DavisOrland Davis310 S. Beacon St.
47084708View Page18950121Monday, January 21st, 1895Jacob HuberJacob Huber710 - S. Monroe
47094709View Page18950121Monday, January 21st, 1895Ernest DunganErnest Dungan328 E. Gilbert
31763176View Page18950504Saturday, May 4th, 1895Forest MorehartForest Morehart515 E. Main St.
31783178View Page18950508Wednesday, May 8th, 1895Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw523 E. Main
31903190View Page18950605Wednesday, June 5th, 1895Geneva UnksGeneva UnksOhio Ave & Shipley
31943194View Page18950611Tuesday, June 11th, 1895Blanche WintersBlanche Winters216 W. Adams
32003200View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Earl WilliamsEarl Williams215 S. M.
32013201View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds314 W. Seymour
31003100View Page18950126Saturday, January 26th, 1895Arthur DunganArthur Dungan328 E Gilbert
31013101View Page18950126Saturday, January 26th, 1895Harry SeitzHarry Seitz819 S. Penn
31033103View Page18950128Monday, January 28th, 1895Charlie ZuberCharlie Zuber816 - W. Main
31083108View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Clifford BrownClifford BrownKilgore Ave
31133113View Page18950130Wednesday, January 30th, 1895J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey808 W. Adams
31143114View Page18950131Thursday, January 31st, 1895George SuttonGeorge Sutton320 W. Gilbert
31153115View Page18950201Friday, February 1st, 1895Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal322 W. Adams
31163116View Page18950202Saturday, February 2nd, 1895Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross206 Wysor St.
31193119View Page18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895Rollie BunchRollie BunchCor. Mull, Wall
31203120View Page18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895Horace HagenlockerHorace HagenlockerWillard St.
31213121View Page18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895Harriet F BeardsleyHarriet F Beardsley414 North St
32563256View Page18951002Wednesday, October 2nd, 1895Mrs. John CaseyMrs. John Casey(605 Berlin St crossed out) 510 S Eliot St
32703270View Page18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895Harry GuthrieHarry GuthrieLiberty township
32713271View Page18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895Claud SmithClaud Smith213 E First
32723272View Page18951019Saturday, October 19th, 1895Sarah LeonardSarah Leonard1200 Ohmer Ave
32753275View Page18951019Saturday, October 19th, 1895J. P. MaherJ. P. Maher# 284 Kilgore ave.
32823282View Page18951026Saturday, October 26th, 1895W BallardW Ballard321 E Gilbert
32843284View Page18951029Tuesday, October 29th, 1895O. W. BlackO. W. BlackBall Block
32883288View Page18951105Tuesday, November 5th, 1895John GallivanJohn GallivanE Charles St
32903290View Page18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895Earl McClungEarl McClung617 E 5th St
33153315View Page18951202Monday, December 2nd, 1895Anna B BayleyAnna B Bayley1200 Ohmer Ave
33203320View Page18951204Wednesday, December 4th, 1895Guy SuttonGuy Sutton128 Hoyt Ave
33233323View Page18951209Monday, December 9th, 1895Otto MillerOtto Miller503 S Monroe
33283328View Page18951216Monday, December 16th, 1895Harry MorganHarry Morgan1419 E Kirby St ("1709 S Mulberry" crossed out)
33293329View Page18951217Tuesday, December 17th, 1895J. W. UptgraftJ. W. Uptgraft1407 E Gilbert
33363336View Page18951224Tuesday, December 24th, 1895Miss. Beulah McElfreshMiss. Beulah McElfresh425 s Monroe
33393339View Page18951227Friday, December 27th, 1895Hampton SmithHampton Smith315 North St
45854585View Page18941020Saturday, October 20th, 1894Mrs. Charles HigginsMrs. Charles Higgins614 Monroe St.
0502502View Page18770115Monday, January 15th, 1877G. P. HayworthG. P. HayworthEast Main
0590590View Page18770310Saturday, March 10th, 1877C. TynerC. Tyner606 E. Jackson
0704704View Page18770508Tuesday, May 8th, 1877Ida M BrownIda M Brown299 East Main
0715715View Page18770511Friday, May 11th, 1877Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton405 East Main
47154715View Page18950123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1895Ed. M. CramerEd. M. Cramer1211 Sth. Monroe
0978978View Page18780201Friday, February 1st, 1878Charles LynnCharles LynnEast Washington
10151015View Page18780305Tuesday, March 5th, 1878Alonzie JacksonAlonzie JacksonCor Jackson and Walnut
47184718View Page18961112Thursday, November 12th, 1896Clell ThornburgClell Thornburg421 Boyce Ave
34803480View Page18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896Willie NaneyWillie Naney1815 Ohmer Ave
34843484View Page18960723Thursday, July 23rd, 1896Ruth BestRuth Best302 e North St.
34873487View Page18960729Wednesday, July 29th, 1896Harry AultHarry Ault110 Kilgore Ave
34973497View Page18960815Saturday, August 15th, 1896Mrs. J. N. CoxMrs. J. N. Cox518 E. Main St
35033503View Page18960828Friday, August 28th, 1896Charlie GunckleCharlie Guncklecor. 7th + Madison
33483348View Page18960106Monday, January 6th, 1896Aaron KnollAaron Knoll332 North St
33493349View Page18960106Monday, January 6th, 1896Zora ClevengerZora Clevenger912 S Grant
33553355View Page18960111Saturday, January 11th, 1896Louise WilsonLouise Wilson302 W Gilbert
33593359View Page18960114Tuesday, January 14th, 1896Vinton CecilVinton Cecil1111 East 1st St
33633363View Page18960123Thursday, January 23rd, 1896Florence BleaseFlorence Blease500 Proud
33683368View Page18960126Sunday, January 26th, 1896Frank BaylessFrank Bayless228 North Vine
33703370View Page18960126Sunday, January 26th, 1896Viere MaxViere Max1501 S Madison
33733373View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Mabel StewartMabel Stewart710 E Jackson
33783378View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Chas GilbertChas Gilbert623 Berlin St
33813381View Page18960131Friday, January 31st, 1896Addison TemplerAddison Templer214 W Jackson St
33823382View Page18960201Saturday, February 1st, 1896Marion WelchMarion Welch1101 W First
33863386View Page18960204Tuesday, February 4th, 1896Mary CraigMary Craig1207 S Monroe
33883388View Page18960207Friday, February 7th, 1896Clarence ArmstrongClarence Armstrong513 Elliott
33913391View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold904 E Main
35713571View Page18961128Saturday, November 28th, 1896Lloyd BellLloyd Bell415 W. Adams
35863586View Page18961215Tuesday, December 15th, 1896Hazel BuddHazel Budd237 N. Plum
35173517View Page18960912Saturday, September 12th, 1896Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson1328 E. Jackson
34293429View Page18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney501 Elliot St.
34493449View Page18960508Friday, May 8th, 1896Edwin GravesEdwin Graves422 N Jefferson
34183418View Page18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely302 Willard St.
34243424View Page18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896Stanhope HaysStanhope Hays315 S Mulb
34283428View Page18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896Earl HodgeEarl Hodge319 W Main St.
34193419View Page18960318Wednesday, March 18th, 1896Ira KoinIra Koin212 E. 1st
34463446View Page18960502Saturday, May 2nd, 1896Mrs. Hattie LantzMrs. Hattie Lantz1415 S. High
35943594View Page18961222Tuesday, December 22nd, 1896George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley119 1/2 W. Jackson
35633563View Page18961121Saturday, November 21st, 1896Matilda MannMatilda MannSouth Proud
35503550View Page18961112Thursday, November 12th, 1896Chester PattersonChester Patterson421 E. Wysor St.
35203520View Page18960922Tuesday, September 22nd, 1896Charlotte H. PierceCharlotte H. Pierce924 E. Washington
34063406View Page18960303Tuesday, March 3rd, 1896Fred PrestonFred Preston603 E Adams
35843584View Page18961209Wednesday, December 9th, 1896Archie RaceArchie Race1330 Kirby Ave
35563556View Page18961116Monday, November 16th, 1896Claude ReasonerClaude ReasonerE. Charles
34523452View Page18960512Tuesday, May 12th, 1896Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards812 S Monroe
35933593View Page18961221Monday, December 21st, 1896Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson611 S. Plum
34113411View Page18960310Tuesday, March 10th, 1896Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith213 East First St.
34343434View Page18960331Tuesday, March 31st, 1896Town RenaTown Rena1723 S. Madison
34073407View Page18960304Wednesday, March 4th, 1896Kay VicewarnerKay Vicewarner307 E Jackson
35443544View Page18961102Monday, November 2nd, 1896Elwood WhitneyElwood Whitney1225 Kirby Ave
34213421View Page18960320Friday, March 20th, 1896George YoungGeorge Young419 E north St
35213521View Page18960922Tuesday, September 22nd, 1896Julius ScohyJulius Scohycor. Adams + Boyce
35883588View Page18961215Tuesday, December 15th, 1896Clyde PfleegerClyde Pfleeger417 - S. Monroe
38083808View Page18971108Monday, November 8th, 1897Clifford BrowneClifford BrowneNot listed
38663866View Page18971229Wednesday, December 29th, 1897Albert Carver BreeseAlbert Carver Breese713 Willard
37083708View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Estella ClarkEstella Clark235 N. Plum
36933693View Page18970414Wednesday, April 14th, 1897Austin ClaypoolAustin Claypool611 E. Washington
36763676View Page18970325Thursday, March 25th, 1897Gomer CochranGomer Cochrancor. Wolf + Seymour
36393639View Page18970209Tuesday, February 9th, 1897Claude CramerClaude Cramer1211 S. Monroe
37073707View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Ernest DavisErnest Davis111 S. Franklin
36583658View Page18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois215 S. Mulberry
36773677View Page18970329Monday, March 29th, 1897Edward GincherEdward Gincher311 E. Main
37603760View Page18970831Tuesday, August 31st, 1897Mae HeathMae Heath714 E. Adams
36093609View Page18970111Monday, January 11th, 1897J. H. HurstJ. H. HurstW. Ohmer Ave
36243624View Page18970123Saturday, January 23rd, 1897Mrs. Frank HustisMrs. Frank Hustis214 S. Grant
37453745View Page18970731Saturday, July 31st, 1897Albert J. KernAlbert J. Kern1238 Kirby av
37513751View Page18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897James LightbodyJames Lightbody1610 S. Jefferson
36513651View Page18970217Wednesday, February 17th, 1897Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllistercor. Windsor St.
36863686View Page18970412Monday, April 12th, 1897Sarah MillerSarah Miller503 S. Monroe
36253625View Page18970125Monday, January 25th, 1897Homer MurrayHomer Murray402 E. Main
36913691View Page18970423Friday, April 23rd, 1897Carroll ParkCarroll Park519 Windsor st.
37253725View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Willie PolandWillie Poland801 E. First
36693669View Page18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897Herbert ReasonerHerbert Reasoner7156 E. Charles
36983698View Page18970513Thursday, May 13th, 1897Carl ReedCarl Reed510 S. Jefferson
37133713View Page18970601Tuesday, June 1st, 1897Rainard RobbinsRainard RobbinsOhmer Ave
38353835View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Carl SkinnerCarl Skinner1601 S. Penn
36063606View Page18970109Saturday, January 9th, 1897Glady SuttonGlady Sutton1223 S. Madison
36673667View Page18970309Tuesday, March 9th, 1897Calvin ThornburgCalvin Thornburg425 Boyce Ave
38503850View Page18971207Tuesday, December 7th, 1897Janett TurnerJanett Turner516 S. Jefferson
36173617View Page18970118Monday, January 18th, 1897Osscar WeaverOsscar WeaverS. Penn
36293629View Page18970201Monday, February 1st, 1897Lonzo WeaverLonzo WeaverS. Penn st.
37243724View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Paul WhitePaul White419 E. Adams
48304830View Page18981011Tuesday, October 11th, 1898Claude HughesClaude Hughes2900 south Elm St
48384838View Page18981018Tuesday, October 18th, 1898Roy BardRoy Bard404 E. Washington
11661166View Page18790127Monday, January 27th, 1879Jeannie W SmithJeannie W SmithCor Jackson and Mulberry
12011201View Page18790317Monday, March 17th, 1879Charles BeardslyCharles BeardslySouth Madison
38693869View Page18980103Monday, January 3rd, 1898Mrs. Sallie BaileyMrs. Sallie Bailey815 Mulberry
38713871View Page18980106Thursday, January 6th, 1898Maude MaldeganMaude Maldegan718 E 7th
38793879View Page18980111Tuesday, January 11th, 1898Peter HerbertPeter Herbert1125 South Monroe
38833883View Page18980113Thursday, January 13th, 1898Charley TaylorCharley Taylor1309 West Jackson St
47634763View Page18980726Tuesday, July 26th, 1898Nellie MitchellNellie Mitchell1010 S. Monroe
47664766View Page18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898Jesse NixonJesse Nixon310 boyce Ave
47744774View Page18980808Monday, August 8th, 1898Earl LakeEarl Lake815 W. Main St.
47824782View Page18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898Mrs. Alice BaldwinMrs. Alice BaldwinRiverside 7 + Genett
47854785View Page18980829Monday, August 29th, 1898James RibbleJames Ribble322 Boyce Ave.
47984798View Page18980912Monday, September 12th, 1898Francis W. WhealeFrancis W. Wheale125 E 9th
48514851View Page18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898Kemper HarroldKemper HarroldBishop Block 1020 E. Willard
48604860View Page18981028Friday, October 28th, 1898Mrs. Lizzie RhoadesMrs. Lizzie Rhoades415 - W. 6th
48664866View Page18981103Thursday, November 3rd, 1898R. RahrbornR. Rahrborn221 - E. Gilbert
48724872View Page18981105Saturday, November 5th, 1898Ethel LakeEthel Lake815 W. Main St.
48794879View Page18981112Saturday, November 12th, 1898Willie MaldeganWillie Maldegan718 East - 7th
48844884View Page18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898Cyrus HerronCyrus Herroncor. Plum + Ohio Ave.
48984898View Page18981125Friday, November 25th, 1898Ruth SkinnerRuth Skinner416 - N. Jefferson
49044904View Page18981128Monday, November 28th, 1898Lawrence RicheyLawrence Richey219 E. Gilbert
49064906View Page18981129Tuesday, November 29th, 1898Lorena WallingLorena Walling623 E. Ohio Ave
49204920View Page18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt600 W. Adams
49244924View Page18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898Eva GrayEva Gray217 E. North
38963896View Page18980121Friday, January 21st, 1898Arthur WallingArthur Walling617 West Adams St
38973897View Page18980124Monday, January 24th, 1898Ross DowdenRoss Dowden1126 E Main St
39233923View Page18980212Saturday, February 12th, 1898John OliverJohn Oliver1421 East 1st
39353935View Page18980225Friday, February 25th, 1898C. E. BurnettC. E. BurnettFranklin and Gilbert
39383938View Page18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898Chester HarrisonChester Harrison215 Hamilton
39413941View Page18980228Monday, February 28th, 1898Willie McDowellWillie McDowellHoyt Ave
39423942View Page18980301Tuesday, March 1st, 1898Auster PaxsonAuster Paxson900 S Beacon
47294729View Page18980526Thursday, May 26th, 1898Mrs. J. H. RawlingsMrs. J. H. Rawlings404 E Gilbert
47424742View Page18980625Saturday, June 25th, 1898Anna HamiltonAnna Hamilton1315 W 9th St
47384738View Page18980617Friday, June 17th, 1898Arthur PotterArthur Potter1025 E Adams St
55685568View Page19001019Friday, October 19th, 1900Samuel AbrahamSamuel Abraham817 W. Main St.
55425542View Page19000922Saturday, September 22nd, 1900Clinton AndersonClinton AndersonBox. 784
54925492View Page19000716Monday, July 16th, 1900Fred H. BowmanFred H. Bowman417 W. Howard St
53565356View Page19000216Friday, February 16th, 1900Arthur CarsonArthur Carson325 W. Charles
56275627View Page19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900Clarence CobbClarence Cobb415 E. Adams
53095309View Page19000112Friday, January 12th, 1900Charlo DE BeattyCharlo DE Beatty620 E Ohio Avenue
55295529View Page19000823Thursday, August 23rd, 1900Newell GreeneNewell Greene411_W. Howard
55915591View Page19001109Friday, November 9th, 1900Harold HamiltonHarold Hamilton700 W Power
55025502View Page19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900Chas HanleyChas Hanley907 S Grant St.
54955495View Page19000717Tuesday, July 17th, 1900Wm HanleyWm Hanley911 S. Grant st
56565656View Page19010105Saturday, January 5th, 1901Mazie GilmoreMazie Gilmore512 S. Franklin
56615661View Page19010107Monday, January 7th, 1901Harrold McArthurHarrold McArthur122 S. Elm
56715671View Page19010119Saturday, January 19th, 1901Morris VanstrienMorris Vanstrien422 E. 2nd
56805680View Page19010123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1901James HarrisJames Harris414 S Franklin
56975697View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901Herbert RickardHerbert Rickard1315 S. Madison
57215721View Page19010223Saturday, February 23rd, 1901Ralph SlaughterRalph Slaughter1119 E Jackson
52925292View Page19000103Wednesday, January 3rd, 1900Harry HopeHarry Hope1212 E F. St.
56415641View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900Albert HorlocherAlbert Horlocher315 E._2d st
53315331View Page19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900Joseph KingJoseph King1108 E. 7th
53755375View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Frank LeonFrank Leon415 E. Charles
55895589View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Lewis McCoyLewis McCoy512 E. Howard St.
53555355View Page19000215Thursday, February 15th, 1900James McDowellJames McDowell305 E Ninth St.
52945294View Page19000104Thursday, January 4th, 1900Marion MeekerMarion Meeker1523 E. Jackson
54945494View Page19000717Tuesday, July 17th, 1900Eddie PerdieuEddie Perdieu809 E. Seymour
55475547View Page19000929Saturday, September 29th, 1900Geo. H. SissonGeo. H. Sisson614 E. Jackson St.
55935593View Page19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900Louis SmithLouis Smith214. N. Walnut
53715371View Page19000226Monday, February 26th, 1900Ida SpauldingIda Spaulding123 S. Monroe
53645364View Page19000219Monday, February 19th, 1900Kenneth SpurgeonKenneth Spurgeon322 E. Charles st.
53405340View Page19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900Pearl SuttonPearl Sutton1205 E 7th Street
55215521View Page19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900M. M. TruittM. M. Truitt502 W. Adams
53155315View Page19000116Tuesday, January 16th, 1900Chester WardlowChester Wardlow810 Kirby Ave
55795579View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900Frances WilsonFrances Wilson629_W. 12th st.
58175817View Page19010706Saturday, July 6th, 1901Marg LangfordMarg Langford312 E North
57495749View Page19010312Tuesday, March 12th, 1901Mr. Ora C. NortonMr. Ora C. Norton118 E Main St.
57705770View Page19010411Thursday, April 11th, 1901Walter H. SissonWalter H. Sisson614 E. Jackson
57875787View Page19010513Monday, May 13th, 1901Howard RinewaltHoward Rinewalt513 W. Charles
15641564View Page18810111Tuesday, January 11th, 1881L L WatsonL L WatsonCor Adams & Madison
16021602View Page18810126Wednesday, January 26th, 1881Hattie GibsonHattie GibsonCor. Washington & Elm
21042104View Page18831119Monday, November 19th, 1883Eddie LynnEddie Lynn287 Washington
21122112View Page18831201Saturday, December 1st, 1883Abbie KuechmannAbbie Kuechmann128 E Main St
21262126View Page18831228Friday, December 28th, 1883W S BakerW S BakerEast North
59455945View Page19011111Monday, November 11th, 1901Harry McCulloughHarry McCullough405 North Plum St
59575957View Page19011118Monday, November 18th, 1901Frank ReeseFrank Reese510 W Adam
60456045View Page19020215Saturday, February 15th, 1902Mrs. Caroline GreenMrs. Caroline Green411 W. Howard
21802180View Page18840321Friday, March 21st, 1884Edith E KirbyEdith E KirbyEast Jackson
23232323View Page18851029Thursday, October 29th, 1885Frank GassFrank GassEast Main
22912291View Page18850613Saturday, June 13th, 1885Myron MedskerMyron MedskerCor Wash & Monroe
23292329View Page18851118Wednesday, November 18th, 1885Nellie RussellNellie RussellCor Adams & Plum
24672467View Page18880411Wednesday, April 11th, 1888Wm MorganWm MorganSouth Monroe
47364736View Page18980613Monday, June 13th, 1898Austin KerinAustin Kerin1523 East Main st
29682968View Page18920130Saturday, January 30th, 1892Pearl MartinPearl Martin325 W. Gilbert

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18911109Monday, November 9th, 1891View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Robert Williams21802180Edith E KirbyEdith E KirbyPatron ID of Edith E. Kirby
18911117Tuesday, November 17th, 1891View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Homer Shaw28282828Homer ShawHomer Shaw
18911205Saturday, December 5th, 1891View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Merton Hamilton29332933Merton HamiltonMerton Hamilton
18911222Tuesday, December 22nd, 1891View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Orville Shaw29402940Orville ShawOrville Shaw
18911231Thursday, December 31st, 1891View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mr Roy Case27342734Ray CaseRay Case
18920102Saturday, January 2nd, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Maude Case27162716Maude CaseMaude Case
18920102Saturday, January 2nd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Nellie Roberts29262926Susie HayesSusie Hayes
18920106Wednesday, January 6th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Dwight Green29422942Homer DowellHomer Dowell
18920107Thursday, January 7th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Allie McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan
18920108Friday, January 8th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Mary Charles10151015Alonzie JacksonAlonzie Jackson
18920111Monday, January 11th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Katie Hottinger27952795Katie HottingerKatie Hottinger
18920113Wednesday, January 13th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Allie McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan"X" marked next to patron's name
18920113Wednesday, January 13th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Willie Thompson26062606Willie ThompsonWillie Thompson
18920114Thursday, January 14th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Max Bishop28802880Max BishopMax Bishop
18920116Saturday, January 16th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Carl Tuhey29072907Carl TuheyCarl Tuhey
18920118Monday, January 18th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Loning Tyner0590590C. TynerC. Tyner
18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Fred Long0262262Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon
18920120Wednesday, January 20th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Willie Shelby27922792Willie ShelbyWillie Shelby
18920122Friday, January 22nd, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Loning Tyner0590590C. TynerC. Tyner
18920123Saturday, January 23rd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Carrie Floyd25772577Carrie FloydCarrie Floyd
18920125Monday, January 25th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Andrew S. Davis29572957George BurtGeorge Burt
18920129Friday, January 29th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Ruby Perkins25632563Ruby PerkinsRuby Perkins
18920130Saturday, January 30th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Jas T. Nelson27132713Jas. T. NelsonJas. T. Nelson
18920202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Allie McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan
18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Homer Dowell29422942Homer DowellHomer Dowell
18920204Thursday, February 4th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Fred Long0262262Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon
18920204Thursday, February 4th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mrs. H.E. Wilcoxen003636H. E. ToddH. E. Todd
18920205Friday, February 5th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Homer Dowell29422942Homer DowellHomer Dowell
18920206Saturday, February 6th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Willie Hedrick28082808Willie HedrickWillie Hedrick
18920208Monday, February 8th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Walter Nichols25012501Mrs. A. K. NicholsMrs. A. K. Nichols
18920209Tuesday, February 9th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Robert Williamsno patron ID listed
18920210Wednesday, February 10th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Morris Wolff28892889Morris WolffMorris Wolff
18920210Wednesday, February 10th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs H.E. Wilcoxen003636H. E. ToddH. E. Todd
18920211Thursday, February 11th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Abbie Keuchman21122112Abbie KuechmannAbbie Kuechmann
18920211Thursday, February 11th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Carl Childs27352735Carl ChildsCarl Childs
18920213Saturday, February 13th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Gertrude Clark23292329Nellie RussellNellie Russell
18920215Monday, February 15th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.May Hinkle0123123C. G. BlackburnC. G. Blackburn
18920218Thursday, February 18th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Chas Sturdevant29762976Charle SturdevantCharle Sturdevant
18920219Friday, February 19th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Willie Hedrick28082808Willie HedrickWillie Hedrick
18920220Saturday, February 20th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Morris Leech29492949Morris LeechMorris Leech
18920220Saturday, February 20th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Willie Shelby27922792Willie ShelbyWillie Shelby
18920222Monday, February 22nd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Robbie Scott29862986Robbie ScottRobbie Scott
18920223Tuesday, February 23rd, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Carl Shepp28612861Carl SheppCarl Shepp
18920225Thursday, February 25th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Alfred Kilgore27942794Alfred KilgoreAlfred Kilgore
18920227Saturday, February 27th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Alice L. Lynn0978978Charles LynnCharles Lynn
18920227Saturday, February 27th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Willie Sutton27142714Wilbur SuttonWilbur Sutton
18920229Monday, February 29th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.George McReight29922992George McCreightGeorge McCreight
18920301Tuesday, March 1st, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mrs L.L. Watson15641564L L WatsonL L Watsonfixed patron number (orig. 1764)// fixed borrower's name (orig. "S.L.")
18920303Thursday, March 3rd, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Hattie Gibson16021602Hattie GibsonHattie Gibson
18920303Thursday, March 3rd, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Homer Neely27012701Homer NeeleyHomer Neeley
18920305Saturday, March 5th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mr T H Johnston28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18920310Thursday, March 10th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Rollin Baker29522952Rollin BakerRollin Baker
18920314Monday, March 14th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mrs L.L. Watson15641564L L WatsonL L Watsonfixed patron number (orig. 1764)// fixed borrower's name (orig. "S.L.")
18920316Wednesday, March 16th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Hattie Gibson16021602Hattie GibsonHattie Gibson
18920323Wednesday, March 23rd, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Rollin Baker29522952Rollin BakerRollin Baker
18920328Monday, March 28th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Ethel Brady28602860Ethel BradyEthel Brady
18920329Tuesday, March 29th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
18920329Tuesday, March 29th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Arthur Kelly29102910Arthur KelleyArthur Kelley
18920401Friday, April 1st, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Robert Hemingray25232523Maggie KaltenbachMaggie Kaltenbach
18920404Monday, April 4th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mary Charles10151015Alonzie JacksonAlonzie Jackson
18920404Monday, April 4th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18920409Saturday, April 9th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18920409Saturday, April 9th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Harry D. Hartley28812881Harry HartleyHarry Hartley
18920413Wednesday, April 13th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Lloyd Kimbrough29542954Lloyd KimbroughLloyd Kimbrough
18920419Tuesday, April 19th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Orville Shaw29402940Orville ShawOrville Shaw
18920420Wednesday, April 20th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Chas W. Lynn0978978Charles LynnCharles Lynn
18920425Monday, April 25th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Myron Medsker22912291Myron MedskerMyron Medsker
18920427Wednesday, April 27th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Eddie Lynn21042104Eddie LynnEddie Lynn
18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Chas Kiser29462946Charlie KiserCharlie Kiser
18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Harry D Hartley28812881Harry HartleyHarry Hartley
18920502Monday, May 2nd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Julius Kirby29642964Julius T. KirbyJulius T. Kirby
18920502Monday, May 2nd, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Willie Shelby27922792Willie ShelbyWillie Shelby
18920504Wednesday, May 4th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mr Val Lubbs30053005Mr. Val LubbsMr. Val Lubbs
18920507Saturday, May 7th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Homer Neely27012701Homer NeeleyHomer Neeley
18920511Wednesday, May 11th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Nellie Singleton28032803Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton
18920512Thursday, May 12th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Chester A. Evans27852785Chester A. EvansChester A. Evans
18920513Friday, May 13th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Mrs Mary Shaw29952995Mary ShawMary Shaw
18920514Saturday, May 14th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Thomas Richards26532653T. Y. RichardsT. Y. Richards
18920516Monday, May 16th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Albert Lewellen30563056Albert LewellenAlbert Lewellen
18920518Wednesday, May 18th, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Ida May Brown0704704Ida M BrownIda M Brown
18920519Thursday, May 19th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Chester A Evans27852785Chester A. EvansChester A. Evans
18920523Monday, May 23rd, 1892View Page076887688A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.A start in life : a story of the Genesee country.Ora Miller28992899Ora MillerOra Miller
18920524Tuesday, May 24th, 1892View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ida May Brown0704704Ida M BrownIda M Brown
18920527Friday, May 27th, 1892View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Roy Whitney30583058Roy WhitneyRoy Whitney
18941109Friday, November 9th, 1894View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Saml Higgitt43724372Samuel HiggittSamuel Higgitt
18941109Friday, November 9th, 1894View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Harry Orr40474047Harry OrrHarry Orr
18941110Saturday, November 10th, 1894View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Albert Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert Richey
18941112Monday, November 12th, 1894View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wm W. Orr0172172W. W. OrrW. W. Orr
18941112Monday, November 12th, 1894View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Harry Orr40474047Harry OrrHarry Orr
18941112Monday, November 12th, 1894View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Earl Pacey43294329Earl PaceyEarl Pacey
18941114Wednesday, November 14th, 1894View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs Minnie L. Orr0173173Mrs. Minnie L. OrrMrs. Minnie L. Orr
18941117Saturday, November 17th, 1894View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs Nina Orr0173173Mrs. Minnie L. OrrMrs. Minnie L. Orr
18941119Monday, November 19th, 1894View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Howard Dudley41994199Howard DudleyHoward Dudley
18941119Monday, November 19th, 1894View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mr. Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18941119Monday, November 19th, 1894View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.John Guthrie46224622James GuthrieJames Guthrie
18941124Saturday, November 24th, 1894View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Frank Morgan44544454Frank MorganFrank Morgan
18941126Monday, November 26th, 1894View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18941130Friday, November 30th, 1894View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Maude Case27162716Maude CaseMaude Case
18941201Saturday, December 1st, 1894View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
18941207Friday, December 7th, 1894View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charles M Streeter44264426Chas. M. StreeterChas. M. Streeterfixed borrower's name (orig. Shruter)
18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Vida Cassady23442344Vida CassadyVida Cassady
18941210Monday, December 10th, 1894View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Charles M Streeter44264426Chas. M. StreeterChas. M. Streeter
18941211Tuesday, December 11th, 1894View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boorfixed patron number (orig. 4588)
18941213Thursday, December 13th, 1894View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.J. F. Brewer43974397J. F. BrewerJ. F. Brewer
18941215Saturday, December 15th, 1894View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mr B. F. Barbo27182718Nick MuehlbarkNick Muehlbark
18941218Tuesday, December 18th, 1894View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Nellie Weaver45784578Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver
18941221Friday, December 21st, 1894View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Nellie Ingleton28032803Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton
18941224Monday, December 24th, 1894View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18941224Monday, December 24th, 1894View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
18941226Wednesday, December 26th, 1894View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
18941226Wednesday, December 26th, 1894View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Saml Higgitt43724372Samuel HiggittSamuel Higgitt
18941227Thursday, December 27th, 1894View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Arthur G Masters46634663Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters
18941231Monday, December 31st, 1894View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Arthur G Masters46634663Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters
18950102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boorfixed patron number (orig. 4588)
18950104Friday, January 4th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Arthur G Masters46634663Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters
18950104Friday, January 4th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18950107Monday, January 7th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Stanton Janney44614461Stanton JanneyStanton Janney
18950107Monday, January 7th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Arthur G Masters46634663Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters
18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charles Stough45524552Charlie StoughCharlie Stough
18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Cherl Brennon46644664Charles BrennonCharles Brennon
18950110Thursday, January 10th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
18950112Saturday, January 12th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Edna Smith43144314Edna SmithEdna Smith
18950114Monday, January 14th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Nellie Ingleton28032803Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton
18950114Monday, January 14th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18950114Monday, January 14th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Earl Tuhey42534253Earl TuheyEarl Tuhey
18950116Wednesday, January 16th, 1895View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18950116Wednesday, January 16th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Alfred Abbott30073007Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott
18950117Thursday, January 17th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs Minnie Higgins46484648Mrs. Minnie HigginsMrs. Minnie Higginsfixed patron number (orig. 4645)
18950117Thursday, January 17th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Frank Higgins46594659F. E. HigginsF. E. Higginsfixed patron number (orig. 4654)
18950118Friday, January 18th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Carl Wilcoxen0258258Chas. WilcoxonChas. Wilcoxon
18950118Friday, January 18th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Ohle Gill40044004Ohle GillOhle Gill
18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Stephen Doerman43554355Stephen DoermanStephen Doerman
18950122Tuesday, January 22nd, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Louie Wildemuth40204020Luis WildermuthLuis Wildermuth
18950123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Minnie Higgins46484648Mrs. Minnie HigginsMrs. Minnie Higgins
18950124Thursday, January 24th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Nellie Ingleton28032803Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton
18950124Thursday, January 24th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Louie Wildemuth40204020Luis WildermuthLuis Wildermuth
18950125Friday, January 25th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Howard Dudley41994199Howard DudleyHoward Dudley
18950125Friday, January 25th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Ora Tweedy46914691Ora TweedyOra Tweedy
18950125Friday, January 25th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Gertrude Hale43954395Gertrude HaleGertrude Hale
18950126Saturday, January 26th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs. G. W. Shepp41914191Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. Sheppfixed borrower's name (orig. Shipp)
18950126Saturday, January 26th, 1895View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Louie Wildemuth40204020Luis WildermuthLuis Wildermuth
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs G. W. Shepp41914191Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. Sheppfixed borrower's name (orig. Shipp)
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clifford Brown31083108Clifford BrownClifford Brown
18950204Monday, February 4th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ray Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18950204Monday, February 4th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ralph Huff44034403Ralph HuffRalph Hufffixed borrower's name (orig. Heff)
18950204Monday, February 4th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Henry G Krull43244324H. P. KrullH. P. Krull
18950204Monday, February 4th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Fred Cecil43384338Fred CecilFred Cecil
18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Edward Lawler44684468Edward LawlerEdward LawlerNumber 51 marked after patron's name//fixed borrower's name (orig. Lowler)
18950206Wednesday, February 6th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Henry G Krull43244324H. P. KrullH. P. Krull
18950206Wednesday, February 6th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Nellie Singleton28032803Nellie SingletonNellie Singleton
18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ora TweedyPatron ID partially illegilbe: 4??1
18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Murray Guynn44434443Murray GuynnMurray Guynnfixed borrower's name (orig. Gwynne)
18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.John Wm Smith46664666John W. SmithJohn W. Smith
18950211Monday, February 11th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ray Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18950212Tuesday, February 12th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rayburn McKimmey42434243Rayburn McKimmeyRayburn McKimmey"+" marked after patron's name//fixed borrower's name (orig. McKinney)
18950214Thursday, February 14th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs Lillie Schell46784678Mrs. Lillie SchellMrs. Lillie Schell
18950214Thursday, February 14th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Fred Cecil43384338Fred CecilFred Cecil
18950214Thursday, February 14th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Jessie Ford26742674Jessie FordJessie Ford
18950218Monday, February 18th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Bessie Bunch42704270Bessie G. BunchBessie G. Bunchfixed borrower's name (orig. Burch)
18950218Monday, February 18th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Frank Abrams41584158Frank AbramsFrank Abrams
18950219Tuesday, February 19th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Dwight Green29422942Homer DowellHomer Dowell
18950219Tuesday, February 19th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Arthur Dungan31003100Arthur DunganArthur Dungan
18950220Wednesday, February 20th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Bessie Bunch42704270Bessie G. BunchBessie G. Bunchfixed borrower's name (orig. Burch)
18950220Wednesday, February 20th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rollin Burch31193119Rollie BunchRollie Bunch
18950221Thursday, February 21st, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charles Stough45524552Charlie StoughCharlie Stough
18950221Thursday, February 21st, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18950222Friday, February 22nd, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.H. G. Krull43244324H. P. KrullH. P. Krull
18950222Friday, February 22nd, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Isaac H Gray27842784Isaac H. GrayIsaac H. Gray
18950223Saturday, February 23rd, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Nellie Jerrett45004500Nellie JerrettNellie JerrettNumber 74 marked above patron's name//fixed borrower's name (orig. Jewett)
18950223Saturday, February 23rd, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Pearl Russey43224322Miss. Pearl RusseyMiss. Pearl Russey
18950225Monday, February 25th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mr Charles Higgins45854585Mrs. Charles HigginsMrs. Charles Higgins
18950228Thursday, February 28th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Fred Cecil43384338Fred CecilFred Cecil
18950228Thursday, February 28th, 1895View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Chas Koegle27652765Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.
18950304Monday, March 4th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18950305Tuesday, March 5th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ray Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18950305Tuesday, March 5th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Helen Hickman26492649Helen HickmanHelen Hickman
18950308Friday, March 8th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Jacob Huber47084708Jacob HuberJacob HuberPages 88-89 are out of order; according to dates (March 7-8) they should be the last pages in ledger, but were written by librarian upside down in middle of ledger, between January 8-9. Librarian did mark "Last Page" at top of page 88.
18950309Saturday, March 9th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18950309Saturday, March 9th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Bertie Wmson40024002Bertie WilliamsonBertie WilliamsonPages 88-89 are out of order; according to dates (March 7-8) they should be the last pages in ledger, but were written by librarian upside down in middle of ledger, between January 8-9. Librarian did mark "Last Page" at top of page 88.
18950311Monday, March 11th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Earl Lockwood42914291Earl LockwoodEarl Lockwood
18950311Monday, March 11th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Charlie Zuber31033103Charlie ZuberCharlie Zuber
18950312Tuesday, March 12th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Louisa Koerner24712471Louisa KoernerLouisa Koerner"(73)" written after patron name.
18950319Tuesday, March 19th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18950320Wednesday, March 20th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Frank Morgan44544454Frank MorganFrank Morgan
18950321Thursday, March 21st, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Wayman Adams31103110Wayman AdamsWayman Adams
18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Wayman Adams31103110Wayman AdamsWayman Adams
18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Wm. W. Orr0172172W. W. OrrW. W. Orr
18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Lonnie Bragg46944694Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg
18950328Thursday, March 28th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Kenneth Shuttleworth46474647Kenneth ShuttleworthKenneth Shuttleworth
18950329Friday, March 29th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Loretta Sherman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shuman
18950401Monday, April 1st, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Homer Shaw28282828Homer ShawHomer Shaw"76" written after patron's name
18950405Friday, April 5th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Johnnie Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18950406Saturday, April 6th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Nellie Jerrett45004500Nellie JerrettNellie Jerrett"46" written after patron's name//fixed borrower's name (orig. Jewett)
18950408Monday, April 8th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ulric Hurrle43194319Ulric HurrleUlric Hurrle
18950409Tuesday, April 9th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Earl Tevabaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18950412Friday, April 12th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charles Stough45524552Charlie StoughCharlie Stough"21" written after patron's name
18950415Monday, April 15th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Merrill Skinner43804380Merril SkinnerMerril Skinner
18950422Monday, April 22nd, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Vida Cassady23442344Vida CassadyVida Cassady
18950423Tuesday, April 23rd, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Arthur G. Masters46634663Arthur D MastersArthur D Masters
18950426Friday, April 26th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Merrill Skinner43804380Merril SkinnerMerril Skinner
18950427Saturday, April 27th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mr. Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18950429Monday, April 29th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Edna Smith43144314Edna SmithEdna Smith"45" written after patron's name
18950502Thursday, May 2nd, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Charles Stough45524552Charlie StoughCharlie Stoughfixed patron number (orig. 4502)
18950522Wednesday, May 22nd, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Rollie Bunch31193119Rollie BunchRollie Bunch
18950525Saturday, May 25th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18950527Monday, May 27th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Jeannie Smith11661166Jeannie W SmithJeannie W Smithfixed borrower's name (orig. "Jennie")
18950606Thursday, June 6th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs. Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18950608Saturday, June 8th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Clarence Perkins46444644Clarence PerkinsClarence Perkins
18950612Wednesday, June 12th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Charles Casterline31623162Charles CasterlineCharles Casterline
18950613Thursday, June 13th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Willie Kemper14621462W. W. StuartW. W. Stuart
18950614Friday, June 14th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18950615Saturday, June 15th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Wilbur Personett31333133Wilbur PersonettWilbur Personett
18950617Monday, June 17th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Edna Smith43144314Edna SmithEdna Smith
18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Edwin Unks30423042Edwin UnksEdwin Unks
18950624Monday, June 24th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Maude Hagadorn21262126W S BakerW S Baker
18950628Friday, June 28th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jeannie Smith11661166Jeannie W SmithJeannie W Smith
18950629Saturday, June 29th, 1895View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs. Matthew Eden42504250Mrs. Mathew EdenMrs. Mathew Eden
18950713Saturday, July 13th, 1895View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Jeannie Smith11661166Jeannie W SmithJeannie W Smithfixed borrower's name (orig. "Jennie")
18950716Tuesday, July 16th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Jeannie Smith11661166Jeannie W SmithJeannie W Smith
18950717Wednesday, July 17th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Eddie Iceman31103110Wayman AdamsWayman Adams
18950807Wednesday, August 7th, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Berlin WmSon40024002Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamson"July 7" recorded as date but should be "August 7"
18950817Saturday, August 17th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ira Brackin42194219Ira BrackinIra Brackinfixed borrower's name (orig. Bracken)
18950819Monday, August 19th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ralph Hyer45694569Ralph HyerRalph Hyer
18950831Saturday, August 31st, 1895View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.G.N. Peterson44654465Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. Peterson
18950903Tuesday, September 3rd, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Leslie Sponhauer30703070Leslie SpornhauerLeslie Spornhauerlibrarian actually recorded "Aug 3d 1895" at top of page, but should be Sept. 3
18950905Thursday, September 5th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Elliott Bayless43054305Elliott BaylessElliott Baylessfixed borrower's name (orig. Boyless)
18950921Saturday, September 21st, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ed. Icerman31103110Wayman AdamsWayman Adams
18950928Saturday, September 28th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs Ada Shuttleworth18971897Ada ShuttleworthAda Shuttleworth
18951004Friday, October 4th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Eddie Icerman31103110Wayman AdamsWayman Adams
18951009Wednesday, October 9th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Fred Snyder43944394Fred SnyderFred Snyder
18951010Thursday, October 10th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18951016Wednesday, October 16th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl WilliamsNumber 42 noted after patron name
18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Harry Miller45504550Harry MillerHarry Miller
18951022Tuesday, October 22nd, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Fred Snyder43944394Fred SnyderFred Snyder
18951026Saturday, October 26th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18951028Monday, October 28th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.George Sutton31143114George SuttonGeorge Sutton
18951029Tuesday, October 29th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Lottie Snyder31543154Lottie SnyderLottie Snyder
18951101Friday, November 1st, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Marvin Carver29562956Loyd CarverLoyd Carver
18951105Tuesday, November 5th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clara Shuttleworth43344334Clara ShuttleworthClara Shuttleworth
18951107Thursday, November 7th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Clarence Andrews32393239Clarence R AndrewsClarence R Andrews
18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Homer Neely27012701Homer NeeleyHomer Neeley
18951114Thursday, November 14th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Albert Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert RicheyOriginal transaction lists patron # 2186, but this is likely an error and has been changed to reflect Albert Richey's actual patron # 2196.
18951116Saturday, November 16th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clyde Leager28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18951121Thursday, November 21st, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Lonnie Bragg46944694Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg
18951122Friday, November 22nd, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ralph Winters45134513Ralph WintersRalph Wintersfixed patron number (orig. 4313)
18951122Friday, November 22nd, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mr Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18951126Tuesday, November 26th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18951129Friday, November 29th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Arland Davis31683168Orland DavisOrland Davis
18951129Friday, November 29th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Blaine Smith44044404Blaine SmithBlaine Smith
18951130Saturday, November 30th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wm Truitt45764576Will TruittWill Truitt
18951202Monday, December 2nd, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18951202Monday, December 2nd, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18951207Saturday, December 7th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18951207Saturday, December 7th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Robbie Scott29862986Robbie ScottRobbie Scott
18951211Wednesday, December 11th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Wm Truitt45764576Will TruittWill Truitt
18951213Friday, December 13th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18951214Saturday, December 14th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18951217Tuesday, December 17th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18951217Tuesday, December 17th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.J.W. Uptgraph33293329J. W. UptgraftJ. W. Uptgraft
18951218Wednesday, December 18th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs M. Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18951218Wednesday, December 18th, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18951218Wednesday, December 18th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.George Sutton31143114George SuttonGeorge Sutton
18951219Thursday, December 19th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18951221Saturday, December 21st, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18951227Friday, December 27th, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs Jennie Boomer42944294Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans
18951228Saturday, December 28th, 1895View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Roger Maher44274427Roge D. MaherRoge D. Maher
18951230Monday, December 30th, 1895View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Wilbur Personett31333133Wilbur PersonettWilbur Personett
18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960102Thursday, January 2nd, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs Sarah Leonard32723272Sarah LeonardSarah Leonard
18960104Saturday, January 4th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs Martha Carver42884288Mrs. Martha CarverMrs. Martha Carver
18960106Monday, January 6th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.John Gallivan32883288John GallivanJohn Gallivan
18960107Tuesday, January 7th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18960108Wednesday, January 8th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.John M Russey32193219John M RusseyJohn M Russey
18960108Wednesday, January 8th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mary A. Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18960108Wednesday, January 8th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.John Cranor32293229John CranorJohn Cranor
18960113Monday, January 13th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Herbert Smith31493149Herbert H. SmithHerbert H. Smith
18960116Thursday, January 16th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Reuben Lloyd32213221Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Merrill Leonard26542654Merrill LeonardMerrill Leonard
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Minnie Guthrie43574357Mina GuthrieMina Guthrie
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18960121Tuesday, January 21st, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Wardfixed patron number (orig. 4419)
18960125Saturday, January 25th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Wm Morgen24672467Wm MorganWm Morgan
18960125Saturday, January 25th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Grant Frazier43824382Grant FrazierGrant Frazier
18960127Monday, January 27th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Florence Blease33633363Florence BleaseFlorence Blease
18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Everet Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18960130Thursday, January 30th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charlie Stucky30483048Chas. StuckyChas. Stucky
18960130Thursday, January 30th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs Florence Blease33633363Florence BleaseFlorence Blease
18960203Monday, February 3rd, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960206Thursday, February 6th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Bertie Williamson40024002Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamson
18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mr O.J. Lessig46714671O. J. LessigO. J. Lessig
18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18960213Thursday, February 13th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Lottie Snyder31543154Lottie SnyderLottie Snyder
18960215Saturday, February 15th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Charlie Stuckey30283028J. L. McPhersonJ. L. McPherson
18960217Monday, February 17th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Arthur Ward32843284O. W. BlackO. W. Black
18960219Wednesday, February 19th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Addison Templer33813381Addison TemplerAddison Templer
18960220Thursday, February 20th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ethel Perdieu28462846Ethel PerdieuEthel Perdieu
18960221Friday, February 21st, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18960222Saturday, February 22nd, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18960304Wednesday, March 4th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Robt Roof47014701Robert RoofRobert Roof
18960305Thursday, March 5th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Myron Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18960307Saturday, March 7th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960307Saturday, March 7th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Robert Roof47014701Robert RoofRobert Roof
18960307Saturday, March 7th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Myron Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18960309Monday, March 9th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Blaine Smith44044404Blaine SmithBlaine Smith
18960312Thursday, March 12th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.John Gallivan32883288John GallivanJohn Gallivan
18960312Thursday, March 12th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960312Thursday, March 12th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18960312Thursday, March 12th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Harry Keltner42244224Harry KeltnerHarry Keltner
18960313Friday, March 13th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18960314Saturday, March 14th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18960314Saturday, March 14th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960314Saturday, March 14th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Merton Hamilton29332933Merton HamiltonMerton Hamilton
18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Reuben Lloyd32213221Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd
18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Ida Philips45844584Ida PhillipsIda Phillipsfixed patron number (orig. 4084)
18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.S.A. Calvert
18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18960319Thursday, March 19th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Fred Preston34063406Fred PrestonFred Preston
18960320Friday, March 20th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18960320Friday, March 20th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Vinton Cecil33593359Vinton CecilVinton Cecil
18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Rob Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clyde Leager28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18960323Monday, March 23rd, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ruby Perkins25632563Ruby PerkinsRuby Perkins
18960324Tuesday, March 24th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ira Karn34193419Ira KoinIra Koin
18960325Wednesday, March 25th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18960326Thursday, March 26th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Horace Hagenlocher31203120Horace HagenlockerHorace Hagenlocker
18960326Thursday, March 26th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Myron Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18960326Thursday, March 26th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Arthur Ward32843284O. W. BlackO. W. Black
18960328Saturday, March 28th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18960328Saturday, March 28th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Rob Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18960330Monday, March 30th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18960330Monday, March 30th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs A.S. Templer33813381Addison TemplerAddison Templer
18960401Wednesday, April 1st, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Arland Davis31683168Orland DavisOrland Davis
18960402Thursday, April 2nd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.O.J. Lessig46714671O. J. LessigO. J. Lessig
18960403Friday, April 3rd, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18960403Friday, April 3rd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960403Friday, April 3rd, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Harry Seitz31013101Harry SeitzHarry Seitz
18960406Monday, April 6th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18960407Tuesday, April 7th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18960407Tuesday, April 7th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Zora Clevenger33493349Zora ClevengerZora Clevenger
18960408Wednesday, April 8th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless
18960409Thursday, April 9th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Earnest Dungan47094709Ernest DunganErnest Dungan
18960409Thursday, April 9th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs Dr. Green40434043Mrs. Dr. GreenMrs. Dr. Green
18960410Friday, April 10th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960413Monday, April 13th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960414Tuesday, April 14th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Rob Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18960415Wednesday, April 15th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Hallie Russell42864286Hattie RussellHattie Russell
18960416Thursday, April 16th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Earl McClung32903290Earl McClungEarl McClung
18960420Monday, April 20th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Alfred Abbott30073007Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott
18960421Tuesday, April 21st, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Alfred Abbott30073007Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott
18960422Wednesday, April 22nd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960424Friday, April 24th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960424Friday, April 24th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Willie Riley46964696Willie RileyWillie Riley
18960424Friday, April 24th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960425Saturday, April 25th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs G M Bard41824182Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood Bard
18960428Tuesday, April 28th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs G.M. Bard41824182Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood Bard
18960429Wednesday, April 29th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Earnest Shuttleworth43984398E. H. ShuttleworthE. H. Shuttleworth
18960430Thursday, April 30th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960504Monday, May 4th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960505Tuesday, May 5th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Loretta Sherman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shuman
18960509Saturday, May 9th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph Bard
18960512Tuesday, May 12th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charlie Stucky30483048Chas. StuckyChas. Stucky
18960512Tuesday, May 12th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Louis Icerman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960513Wednesday, May 13th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18960514Thursday, May 14th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960516Saturday, May 16th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph Bard
18960516Saturday, May 16th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Ray Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960516Saturday, May 16th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960518Monday, May 18th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph Bard
18960520Wednesday, May 20th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Kenneth Shuttleworth46474647Kenneth ShuttleworthKenneth Shuttleworthlast name indicated by ditto marks
18960520Wednesday, May 20th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.George Louick0132132Mary C. KlineMary C. Klinelast name indicated by ditto marks
18960522Friday, May 22nd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mary B Craig33863386Mary CraigMary Craig
18960523Saturday, May 23rd, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Laura Ross40054005Laura RossLaura Ross
18960525Monday, May 25th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18960526Tuesday, May 26th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Charley Stucky30483048Chas. StuckyChas. Stucky
18960527Wednesday, May 27th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18960601Monday, June 1st, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Zora Clevenger33493349Zora ClevengerZora Clevenger
18960602Tuesday, June 2nd, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Newton Earle43884388Mrs. Newton EarleMrs. Newton Earle
18960602Tuesday, June 2nd, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Jay Bullard46004600Jay BullardJay Bullard
18960602Tuesday, June 2nd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Earl Hodge34283428Earl HodgeEarl Hodge
18960602Tuesday, June 2nd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Loretta Shuman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shuman
18960608Monday, June 8th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Earl McClung32903290Earl McClungEarl McClung
18960609Tuesday, June 9th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Earl McClung32903290Earl McClungEarl McClung
18960613Saturday, June 13th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Michael Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960616Tuesday, June 16th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18960618Thursday, June 18th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Geoge Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18960619Friday, June 19th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs G M Bard41824182Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood Bard
18960622Monday, June 22nd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Louise Wilsonpatron number partially illegible: 33??
18960622Monday, June 22nd, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18960624Wednesday, June 24th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Michael Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960624Wednesday, June 24th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18960625Thursday, June 25th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18960627Saturday, June 27th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Louise Wilson33553355Louise WilsonLouise Wilson
18960627Saturday, June 27th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.George Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18960630Tuesday, June 30th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Edwin Graves34493449Edwin GravesEdwin Graves
18960703Friday, July 3rd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mike Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960706Monday, July 6th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960709Thursday, July 9th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Garfield Olin43034303Garfield OlinGarfield Olin
18960713Monday, July 13th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Garfield Olin43034303Garfield OlinGarfield Olin
18960713Monday, July 13th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Fred Preston34063406Fred PrestonFred Preston
18960714Tuesday, July 14th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Micheal Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960714Tuesday, July 14th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Garfield Olin43034303Garfield OlinGarfield Olin
18960715Wednesday, July 15th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960716Thursday, July 16th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Micheal Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960717Friday, July 17th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Homer Shaw28282828Homer ShawHomer Shaw
18960717Friday, July 17th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Louis Wildermuth40204020Luis WildermuthLuis Wildermuthpatron ID as "Luis Wildermuth"//fixed patron number (orig. 4620)
18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Garfield Olin43034303Garfield OlinGarfield Olin
18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Nora Gaffney34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Micheal Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Roge Maher44274427Roge D. MaherRoge D. Maher
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18960722Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960722Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Hampton Smith33393339Hampton SmithHampton Smith
18960722Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18960725Saturday, July 25th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Arthur Leonard27712771Arthur LeonardArthur Leonardpaton ID of Arthur Leondard
18960730Thursday, July 30th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Robt Mock42314231Robert MockRobert Mockpatron ID as Robert Mock
18960730Thursday, July 30th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18960730Thursday, July 30th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Louis Iceman32093209Louis IcermanLouis Icerman
18960805Wednesday, August 5th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Pearl W. Smith34113411Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith
18960807Friday, August 7th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Louise Wilson33553355Louise WilsonLouise Wilson
18960811Tuesday, August 11th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Louise Wilson33553355Louise WilsonLouise Wilson
18960811Tuesday, August 11th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Berta Williamson40024002Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamsonpatron ID as Pertu Williamson//fixed borrower name (orig. "Bertu")
18960813Thursday, August 13th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Loretta Shuman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shuman
18960813Thursday, August 13th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Ritta Weaver45784578Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaverpatron ID of Nellie Weaver
18960817Monday, August 17th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.George Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Nealpatron ID of Mary Neal
18960817Monday, August 17th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Louise Wilson33553355Louise WilsonLouise Wilson
18960817Monday, August 17th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18960817Monday, August 17th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Pearl Martin29682968Pearl MartinPearl Martin
18960819Wednesday, August 19th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Loretta Shuman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shumanpatron ID of Coreta Shuman
18960821Friday, August 21st, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Ralph Gromann27192719Ralph GromannRalph Gromann
18960822Saturday, August 22nd, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ralph Gromann27192719Ralph GromannRalph Gromann
18960825Tuesday, August 25th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Robt Mock42314231Robert MockRobert Mockpatron ID as Robert Mock
18960825Tuesday, August 25th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Maude Case27162716Maude CaseMaude Case
18960825Tuesday, August 25th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Louise Wilson33553355Louise WilsonLouise Wilson
18960827Thursday, August 27th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ralph Gromann27192719Ralph GromannRalph Gromann
18960828Friday, August 28th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Maude Case27162716Maude CaseMaude Case
18960901Tuesday, September 1st, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Maude Case27162716Maude CaseMaude Case
18960903Thursday, September 3rd, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Charlie Gibert33783378Chas GilbertChas Gilbert
18960911Friday, September 11th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18960914Monday, September 14th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18960914Monday, September 14th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Loretta Shuman23302330Coreta ShumanCoreta Shumanpatron ID of Coreta Shuman
18960916Wednesday, September 16th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Harry Morgan33283328Harry MorganHarry Morgan
18960917Thursday, September 17th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.George Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Nealpatron ID of Mary Neal
18960921Monday, September 21st, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Chas Veneman30593059Chas. VenemanChas. Veneman
18960922Tuesday, September 22nd, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18960922Tuesday, September 22nd, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs Charlotte Pierce35203520Charlotte H. PierceCharlotte H. Pierce
18960925Friday, September 25th, 1896View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Julius Scohy35213521Julius ScohyJulius Scohy
18960928Monday, September 28th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Julius Scohy35213521Julius ScohyJulius Scohy
18960929Tuesday, September 29th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Julius Scohy35213521Julius ScohyJulius Scohy
18960930Wednesday, September 30th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Julius Scohy35213521Julius ScohyJulius Scohy
18961003Saturday, October 3rd, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowltonpatron ID of Addie Knowlton
18961005Monday, October 5th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18961015Thursday, October 15th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18961015Thursday, October 15th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Melville Wood19491949Meville WoodMeville Woodfixed patron number (orig. 1947)
18961017Saturday, October 17th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless
18961020Tuesday, October 20th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards"+" marked next to patron's name
18961020Tuesday, October 20th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless
18961022Thursday, October 22nd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Geo. R. Long34243424Stanhope HaysStanhope Hays
18961024Saturday, October 24th, 1896View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18961028Wednesday, October 28th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs. C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18961028Wednesday, October 28th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Geo Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18961031Saturday, October 31st, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs Jasper Cox34973497Mrs. J. N. CoxMrs. J. N. Cox
18961104Wednesday, November 4th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomerfixed borrower's name (orig. Booner)
18961104Wednesday, November 4th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18961107Saturday, November 7th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18961109Monday, November 9th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18961111Wednesday, November 11th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18961113Friday, November 13th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Robt Crabbs40714071Robert CrabbsRobert Crabbs
18961116Monday, November 16th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.George Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18961117Tuesday, November 17th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18961118Wednesday, November 18th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18961119Thursday, November 19th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Aaron Knoll33483348Aaron KnollAaron Knoll
18961121Saturday, November 21st, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unkspatron ID of Geneva Unks
18961123Monday, November 23rd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Chester Pollerson35503550Chester PattersonChester Patterson
18961124Tuesday, November 24th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Merrill Leonard26542654Merrill LeonardMerrill Leonard
18961125Wednesday, November 25th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs. Matukda Nann35633563Matilda MannMatilda Mann
18961127Friday, November 27th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18961127Friday, November 27th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clell Thornburg47184718Clell ThornburgClell Thornburg
18961127Friday, November 27th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Fred Snyder43944394Fred SnyderFred Snyderfixed patron number (orig. 4294)
18961128Saturday, November 28th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ralph Winters45134513Ralph WintersRalph Winters
18961130Monday, November 30th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ralph Winters45134513Ralph WintersRalph Wintersfixed patron number (orig. 4313)
18961130Monday, November 30th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Aaron Knoll33483348Aaron KnollAaron Knoll"70" marked next to patron's name
18961201Tuesday, December 1st, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18961202Wednesday, December 2nd, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs. C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Michael Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Herbert Neal35393539Herbert NealHerbert Neal
18961207Monday, December 7th, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs Ella Starr46774677Mrs. Ella StarrMrs. Ella Starr"82" marked next to patron's name
18961209Wednesday, December 9th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18961210Thursday, December 10th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Nellie Cochran42974297Mrs. Nellie CochranMrs. Nellie Cochran
18961212Saturday, December 12th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18961212Saturday, December 12th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18961216Wednesday, December 16th, 1896View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Willie Emerson43544354Willie C. EmersonWillie C. Emerson
18961216Wednesday, December 16th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18961218Friday, December 18th, 1896View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18961219Saturday, December 19th, 1896View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Newton Peterson35783578Newton PetersonNewton Peterson
18961219Saturday, December 19th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mr. G. N Peterson44654465Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. Peterson
18961223Wednesday, December 23rd, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18961226Saturday, December 26th, 1896View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Nora Goffrey34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18961228Monday, December 28th, 1896View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs. H F Beadsly31213121Harriet F BeardsleyHarriet F Beardsley
18961228Monday, December 28th, 1896View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Nora Goffrey34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18961231Thursday, December 31st, 1896View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Charlie Gilhurt33783378Chas GilbertChas Gilbert
18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.G.N. Peterson44654465Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. Peterson
18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Chas A Rowe46194619Charles A RoweCharles A Rowe
18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs. H.C. Floyd31443144Mrs. H. C. FloydMrs. H. C. Floyd
18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardslyfixed borrower's name (orig. "Burdsly")
18970109Saturday, January 9th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Clell F. Thornburg47184718Clell ThornburgClell Thornburg
18970111Monday, January 11th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Nona Goffrey34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18970112Tuesday, January 12th, 1897View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Guy Sutton33203320Guy SuttonGuy Sutton
18970113Wednesday, January 13th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Nora Gaffney34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18970116Saturday, January 16th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Chester Patterson35503550Chester PattersonChester Patterson
18970118Monday, January 18th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970119Tuesday, January 19th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs. CH Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church"44" written after patron name.
18970119Tuesday, January 19th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Herbert Smith31493149Herbert H. SmithHerbert H. Smith
18970121Thursday, January 21st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardslyfixed borrower's name (orig. "Beardsley")
18970121Thursday, January 21st, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18970122Friday, January 22nd, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970123Saturday, January 23rd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Mrs. C. H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18970123Saturday, January 23rd, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Guy Sutton33203320Guy SuttonGuy Sutton
18970123Saturday, January 23rd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970125Monday, January 25th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970126Tuesday, January 26th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clyde Leoger28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18970126Tuesday, January 26th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Clarence Leager46094609Clarence LeagerClarence Leager
18970128Thursday, January 28th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.George Eagan42084208George EaganGeorge Eaganfixed borrower's name (orig. Ergen)
18970129Friday, January 29th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.J. P. Maher32753275J. P. MaherJ. P. Maher
18970130Saturday, January 30th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller"130" written after patron name.
18970201Monday, February 1st, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Clyde Leoger28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18970202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Merrell Leonard26542654Merrill LeonardMerrill Leonard
18970203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Guy Sutton33203320Guy SuttonGuy Sutton
18970204Thursday, February 4th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Nellie LeGully32433243Nellie LeGalleyNellie LeGalley
18970206Saturday, February 6th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Newton Peterson35783578Newton PetersonNewton Peterson
18970206Saturday, February 6th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Clyde Leuger28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18970208Monday, February 8th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18970209Tuesday, February 9th, 1897View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Blanche Case40354035Blanch CaseBlanch Case
18970210Wednesday, February 10th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Clarence Leager46094609Clarence LeagerClarence Leager
18970213Saturday, February 13th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18970213Saturday, February 13th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clarence Armstrong33883388Clarence ArmstrongClarence Armstrong
18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Lester Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18970216Tuesday, February 16th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardsly
18970220Saturday, February 20th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Newton Peterson35783578Newton PetersonNewton Peterson
18970222Monday, February 22nd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Aaron Knoll33483348Aaron KnollAaron Knoll
18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Marion Welch33823382Marion WelchMarion Welch
18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Paul Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert Richey
18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.John Gullivan32883288John GallivanJohn Gallivan
18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Bertha E. Smith31763176Forest MorehartForest Morehart"74" written after patron name.
18970227Saturday, February 27th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18970227Saturday, February 27th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Bertha E. Smith31763176Forest MorehartForest Morehart
18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Herbert DuBois36583658Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois
18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.George Eagan42084208George EaganGeorge Eagan
18970302Tuesday, March 2nd, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Rayburn McKimmey42434243Rayburn McKimmeyRayburn McKimmeyfixed borrower's name (orig. McKinney)
18970303Wednesday, March 3rd, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardslyfixed borrower's name (orig. "Budsly")
18970304Thursday, March 4th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Herbert DuBois36583658Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois
18970305Friday, March 5th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18970305Friday, March 5th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Reyburn McKimmey42434243Rayburn McKimmeyRayburn McKimmeyfixed borrower's name (orig. McKinney)
18970306Saturday, March 6th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Aaron Knoll33483348Aaron KnollAaron Knoll
18970306Saturday, March 6th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Robt. Mock42314231Robert MockRobert Mock
18970308Monday, March 8th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18970308Monday, March 8th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Clarence Armstrong33883388Clarence ArmstrongClarence Armstrong
18970308Monday, March 8th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clyde Leager28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18970309Tuesday, March 9th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wm. E. Bayless43054305Elliott BaylessElliott Bayless
18970310Wednesday, March 10th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs. C. H. Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Claude Cramer36393639Claude CramerClaude Cramer
18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.J. H Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs. E. K. Kurchman0981981E. K. KuechmannE. K. Kuechmann
18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Aaron Knoll33483348Aaron KnollAaron Knoll
18970315Monday, March 15th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18970320Saturday, March 20th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.G. N. Peterson44654465Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. Peterson
18970320Saturday, March 20th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Geo W Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18970322Monday, March 22nd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Merrill Leonard26542654Merrill LeonardMerrill Leonard
18970322Monday, March 22nd, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ed. M Cramer47154715Ed. M. CramerEd. M. Cramer
18970322Monday, March 22nd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Willis Harry34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.J. H. Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Newton Peterson35783578Newton PetersonNewton Peterson
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.G N Peterson44654465Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. Peterson
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Lonnie Weaver36293629Lonzo WeaverLonzo Weaver
18970329Monday, March 29th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970403Saturday, April 3rd, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Oscar Weaver35173517Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson
18970403Saturday, April 3rd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Clyde Pfleger35883588Clyde PfleegerClyde Pfleeger
18970405Monday, April 5th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970410Saturday, April 10th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.J. H Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970410Saturday, April 10th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardsly
18970412Monday, April 12th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Archie Reece35843584Archie RaceArchie Race
18970412Monday, April 12th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970414Wednesday, April 14th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Clyde Pfleger35883588Clyde PfleegerClyde Pfleeger
18970417Saturday, April 17th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clarence Leager46094609Clarence LeagerClarence Leager
18970417Saturday, April 17th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mina Swain29812981Winnie SwainWinnie Swain
18970419Monday, April 19th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Calvin Thornburg36673667Calvin ThornburgCalvin Thornburg
18970424Saturday, April 24th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.J Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970424Saturday, April 24th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Chas Beardsly12011201Charles BeardslyCharles Beardslyfixed borrower's name (orig. "Beardsley")
18970424Saturday, April 24th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Nora Gaffney34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18970426Monday, April 26th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charles Gunckle35033503Charlie GunckleCharlie Gunckle
18970426Monday, April 26th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970426Monday, April 26th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clyde Pfeyer35883588Clyde PfleegerClyde Pfleeger
18970429Thursday, April 29th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Otto Miller33233323Otto MillerOtto Miller
18970501Saturday, May 1st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.J H Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970501Saturday, May 1st, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph BardNumber 84 marked after patron's name
18970501Saturday, May 1st, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18970508Saturday, May 8th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Edward Gincher36773677Edward GincherEdward Gincher
18970508Saturday, May 8th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Jamie Duncan45874587Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan
18970511Tuesday, May 11th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Elwood Whitney35443544Elwood WhitneyElwood Whitney
18970512Wednesday, May 12th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Claude Cramer36393639Claude CramerClaude Cramer
18970515Saturday, May 15th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.J H Hurst36093609J. H. HurstJ. H. Hurst
18970515Saturday, May 15th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Sarah Miller36863686Sarah MillerSarah Miller
18970519Wednesday, May 19th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Claude Cramer36393639Claude CramerClaude Cramer
18970526Wednesday, May 26th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18970528Friday, May 28th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18970528Friday, May 28th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Willie Haney34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Herbert DuBois36583658Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois
18970605Saturday, June 5th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970605Saturday, June 5th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs H Reynolds32013201Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds
18970605Saturday, June 5th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18970611Friday, June 11th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Willie Harvey34883488Berha HartBerha Hart
18970612Saturday, June 12th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18970614Monday, June 14th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Willie W R Snyder34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970618Friday, June 18th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs Sarah Miller36863686Sarah MillerSarah Miller
18970621Monday, June 21st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Jennie Boomer42944294Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans
18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Carl Reed36983698Carl ReedCarl Reed
18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Charlie Wood41274127Charlene WoodCharlene Wood
18970623Wednesday, June 23rd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Homer Dowell29422942Homer DowellHomer Dowell
18970629Tuesday, June 29th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18970629Tuesday, June 29th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18970701Thursday, July 1st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970701Thursday, July 1st, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18970702Friday, July 2nd, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Austia Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
18970702Friday, July 2nd, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18970703Saturday, July 3rd, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18970707Wednesday, July 7th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18970708Thursday, July 8th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18970709Friday, July 9th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Willie Harry34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970709Friday, July 9th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Herschel Greer40614061Herschel GreerHerschel Greer
18970713Tuesday, July 13th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Willie Harvey34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970714Wednesday, July 14th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Charlie Gunckle35033503Charlie GunckleCharlie Gunckle
18970715Thursday, July 15th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Chas Gunckle35033503Charlie GunckleCharlie Gunckle
18970715Thursday, July 15th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Oscar Weaver35173517Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson
18970716Friday, July 16th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Charlie Gunckle35033503Charlie GunckleCharlie Gunckle"S. . . Marked after patron's name
18970721Wednesday, July 21st, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18970723Friday, July 23rd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970724Saturday, July 24th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Oscar Weaver35173517Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson
18970724Saturday, July 24th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18970728Wednesday, July 28th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18970731Saturday, July 31st, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Louis Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18970731Saturday, July 31st, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs. Frank Hustis36243624Mrs. Frank HustisMrs. Frank Hustis
18970802Monday, August 2nd, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Volney Payton39353935C. E. BurnettC. E. BurnettPatron ID of C. E. Burnett
18970803Tuesday, August 3rd, 1897View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Ralph Winters45134513Ralph WintersRalph Wintersfixed patron number (orig. 4313)
18970804Wednesday, August 4th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18970805Thursday, August 5th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Charlie Long35713571Lloyd BellLloyd Bell
18970805Thursday, August 5th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18970806Friday, August 6th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18970807Saturday, August 7th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18970807Saturday, August 7th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ross Ault34903490Ross AultRoss Ault
18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Willie Jones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl BarnesPatron ID of Pearl Barnes
18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18970811Wednesday, August 11th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Willie Jones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl BarnesPatron ID of Pearl Barnes
18970812Thursday, August 12th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Claude Cramer36393639Claude CramerClaude Cramer
18970813Friday, August 13th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Willie Jones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes
18970814Saturday, August 14th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Fred Fisher34573457Fred FisherFred Fisher
18970814Saturday, August 14th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charline Wood41274127Charlene WoodCharlene Wood
18970816Monday, August 16th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Willie Jones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes
18970818Wednesday, August 18th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Oscar Weaver35173517Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie EmersonPatron ID of Maggie Emerson
18970820Friday, August 20th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Charline Wood41274127Charlene WoodCharlene Wood"+" marked next to patron name
18970820Friday, August 20th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18970820Friday, August 20th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Fred Fisher34573457Fred FisherFred Fisher
18970821Saturday, August 21st, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18970824Tuesday, August 24th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless
18970825Wednesday, August 25th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970825Wednesday, August 25th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless"+" marked next to patron name
18970825Wednesday, August 25th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
18970827Friday, August 27th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Herman Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18970830Monday, August 30th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Archie Reece35843584Archie RaceArchie Race
18970831Tuesday, August 31st, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
18970901Wednesday, September 1st, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18970901Wednesday, September 1st, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18970903Friday, September 3rd, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18970904Saturday, September 4th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Geo. Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18970907Tuesday, September 7th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Archie Reece35843584Archie RaceArchie Race
18970909Thursday, September 9th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Geo W Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18970909Thursday, September 9th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Harry Morgan33283328Harry MorganHarry Morgan
18970911Saturday, September 11th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mable Nold33913391Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold
18970918Saturday, September 18th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18970920Monday, September 20th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18970921Tuesday, September 21st, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
18970922Wednesday, September 22nd, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Gertie ForemanPatron ID illegible
18970925Saturday, September 25th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18970925Saturday, September 25th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Geo. W Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18970928Tuesday, September 28th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18970929Wednesday, September 29th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Geo W. RobinsonPatron ID illegible
18970930Thursday, September 30th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18971001Friday, October 1st, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18971002Saturday, October 2nd, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18971004Monday, October 4th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18971005Tuesday, October 5th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18971005Tuesday, October 5th, 1897View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.George Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie RobinsonPatron ID of Willie Robinson
18971005Tuesday, October 5th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18971007Thursday, October 7th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18971008Friday, October 8th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18971008Friday, October 8th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Geo W Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18971011Monday, October 11th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18971015Friday, October 15th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18971023Saturday, October 23rd, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ms. Sarah Miller36863686Sarah MillerSarah Miller
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18971106Saturday, November 6th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Nellie Cochran42974297Mrs. Nellie CochranMrs. Nellie Cochran
18971106Saturday, November 6th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
18971108Monday, November 8th, 1897View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Willie Jones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes
18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clyde McAllister36513651Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllister
18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Elwood Whitney35443544Elwood WhitneyElwood Whitney
18971123Tuesday, November 23rd, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Clell Thornburg47184718Clell ThornburgClell Thornburg
18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clyde McAllister36513651Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllister
18971202Thursday, December 2nd, 1897View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18971208Wednesday, December 8th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Iva Buckley38233823Iva BuckleyIva Buckley
18971209Thursday, December 9th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18971211Saturday, December 11th, 1897View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18971216Thursday, December 16th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Clyd McAllister36513651Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllister
18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Carl Park36913691Carroll ParkCarroll Park
18971223Thursday, December 23rd, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Geo. Le Galley35943594George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley
18971228Tuesday, December 28th, 1897View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charles McAllister36513651Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllister
18971229Wednesday, December 29th, 1897View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18971230Thursday, December 30th, 1897View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18971231Friday, December 31st, 1897View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Clarence Armstrong33883388Clarence ArmstrongClarence Armstrong
18980106Thursday, January 6th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18980106Thursday, January 6th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Winlock Turner44104410Winlock TurnerWinlock Turner
18980107Friday, January 7th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Volney Payton39353935C. E. BurnettC. E. Burnett
18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18980111Tuesday, January 11th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18980114Friday, January 14th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Herbert Houze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
18980117Monday, January 17th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Frank Bayless33683368Frank BaylessFrank Bayless
18980118Tuesday, January 18th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Otto Miller33363336Miss. Beulah McElfreshMiss. Beulah McElfresh
18980118Tuesday, January 18th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Winlock Turner44104410Winlock TurnerWinlock Turner
18980120Thursday, January 20th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.James Lightbody37513751James LightbodyJames Lightbody
18980121Friday, January 21st, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Harry Morgan33283328Harry MorganHarry Morgan
18980128Friday, January 28th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs L. L. Turner44114411Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. Turner
18980201Tuesday, February 1st, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Albert C Bruce38663866Albert Carver BreeseAlbert Carver Breese
18980203Thursday, February 3rd, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charlie Taylor38833883Charley TaylorCharley Taylor
18980205Saturday, February 5th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Maude Maldegan38713871Maude MaldeganMaude Maldegan
18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.D. F. Lane34003400D. F. LaneD. F. Lane
18980208Tuesday, February 8th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.R W Monroe12171217R. W. MonroeR. W. Monroe
18980211Friday, February 11th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Albert Breese38663866Albert Carver BreeseAlbert Carver Breese
18980211Friday, February 11th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mable Lockwood40524052Mable LockwoodMable Lockwood
18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Earl Wmson46794679Earl WilliamsonEarl Williamson
18980216Wednesday, February 16th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18980216Wednesday, February 16th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella Clark
18980219Saturday, February 19th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.John Oliver39233923John OliverJohn Oliver
18980222Tuesday, February 22nd, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Albert Brease38663866Albert Carver BreeseAlbert Carver Breese
18980222Tuesday, February 22nd, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Willie Poland37253725Willie PolandWillie Poland
18980224Thursday, February 24th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mr John Wilson45254525Mrs. John W WilsonMrs. John W Wilson
18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Albert Kern37453745Albert J. KernAlbert J. Kern
18980228Monday, February 28th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Paul Blair37763776Paul BlairPaul Blair
18980302Wednesday, March 2nd, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Willie McDowell39413941Willie McDowellWillie McDowell
18980310Thursday, March 10th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Frank Davis38823882Frank DavisFrank Davis
18980310Thursday, March 10th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Oscar Weaver36173617Osscar WeaverOsscar Weaver
18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Frank Davis38823882Frank DavisFrank Davis
18980321Monday, March 21st, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Roger Maher44274427Roge D. MaherRoge D. Maher
18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18980328Monday, March 28th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Arthur Walling38963896Arthur WallingArthur Walling
18980405Tuesday, April 5th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18980407Thursday, April 7th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18980409Saturday, April 9th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18980411Monday, April 11th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18980411Monday, April 11th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18980414Thursday, April 14th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18980415Friday, April 15th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18980415Friday, April 15th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Clifford Brown38083808Clifford BrowneClifford Browne
18980416Saturday, April 16th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18980416Saturday, April 16th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Chester Paxon39423942Auster PaxsonAuster Paxson
18980419Tuesday, April 19th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18980420Wednesday, April 20th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ray Poland38483848Roy PolandRoy Poland
18980426Tuesday, April 26th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs. M C Gayman0323323Willie R. BrothertonWillie R. Brothertonnumber 44 marked next to patron's name
18980428Thursday, April 28th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Pearl Smith34113411Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith
18980429Friday, April 29th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18980430Saturday, April 30th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs M C Gayman0323323Willie R. BrothertonWillie R. Brotherton
18980502Monday, May 2nd, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Albert Kern37453745Albert J. KernAlbert J. Kern
18980506Friday, May 6th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballardnumber 50 marked next to patron's name
18980511Wednesday, May 11th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Wilbur Personett31333133Wilbur PersonettWilbur Personett
18980512Thursday, May 12th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18980514Saturday, May 14th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella Clark
18980516Monday, May 16th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella Clark
18980517Tuesday, May 17th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Mrs Mary Spear39823982Mary SpearMary Spear
18980517Tuesday, May 17th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Carl Reed36983698Carl ReedCarl Reed
18980518Wednesday, May 18th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella Clark
18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
18980521Saturday, May 21st, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18980525Wednesday, May 25th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Kay Nicewarmer34073407Kay VicewarnerKay Vicewarnernumber 42 marked next to patron's name
18980526Thursday, May 26th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Stephen Doerman43554355Stephen DoermanStephen Doerman
18980530Monday, May 30th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18980601Wednesday, June 1st, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18980608Wednesday, June 8th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Kay Nicewarmer34073407Kay VicewarnerKay Vicewarner
18980613Monday, June 13th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs. H Reynolds32013201Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds
18980620Monday, June 20th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs. H Reynolds32013201Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds
18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Reba Richey32233223Reba RicheyReba Richey
18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Kay Nicewarmer34073407Kay VicewarnerKay Vicewarner
18980707Thursday, July 7th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Hazel Budd35863586Hazel BuddHazel Budd
18980708Friday, July 8th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Mrs. Flora Foorman31573157Flora FoormanFlora Foorman
18980712Tuesday, July 12th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Hazel Budd35863586Hazel BuddHazel Budd
18980719Tuesday, July 19th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Hazel Budd35863586Hazel BuddHazel Budd
18980719Tuesday, July 19th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Joe McDonald38373837Joe McDonaldJoe McDonald
18980720Wednesday, July 20th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella Clark
18980801Monday, August 1st, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Frank Davis38823882Frank DavisFrank Davis
18980801Monday, August 1st, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Prof. L. H. [Illegible]38503850Janett TurnerJanett TurnerPatron name partially Illegible.
18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Jessie Nixon47664766Jesse NixonJesse Nixon
18980804Thursday, August 4th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Prof. T. H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18980806Saturday, August 6th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Rex Smith38283828Rex SmithRex Smith
18980808Monday, August 8th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Prof. T. H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18980811Thursday, August 11th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Oscar Hoover36173617Osscar WeaverOsscar Weaver
18980812Friday, August 12th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs. J.H. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. CrenshawNumber 15 is written above patron's name
18980816Tuesday, August 16th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw
18980818Thursday, August 18th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs. J. H. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw
18980820Saturday, August 20th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Franl Lowry0262262Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon
18980820Saturday, August 20th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs. J. A. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw
18980820Saturday, August 20th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wyser Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
18980822Monday, August 22nd, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs. J. H. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw"33" written after patron name.
18980823Tuesday, August 23rd, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Hazel Budel35863586Hazel BuddHazel Budd
18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Frank Morgan44544454Frank MorganFrank Morgan
18980829Monday, August 29th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Frank Davis38823882Frank DavisFrank Davis
18980831Wednesday, August 31st, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Dillart Drake39593959Dillard DrakeDillard Drake
18980901Thursday, September 1st, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mable Stewart33733373Mabel StewartMabel Stewart
18980903Saturday, September 3rd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18980906Tuesday, September 6th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Guy Sutton33203320Guy SuttonGuy Sutton
18980910Saturday, September 10th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Gomer Cochran36763676Gomer CochranGomer Cochran
18980910Saturday, September 10th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Mrs Hattie Lantz34463446Mrs. Hattie LantzMrs. Hattie Lantz
18980924Saturday, September 24th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Pearl Bones37383738Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes
18981004Tuesday, October 4th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Charlie Kougel27652765Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.
18981007Friday, October 7th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs H Reynolds32013201Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds
18981007Friday, October 7th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Maggie Osborne21012101Maggie GessellMaggie Gessell
18981008Saturday, October 8th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.J.L. Kingsbury40264026J. L. KingsburyJ. L. Kingsbury
18981008Saturday, October 8th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Arthur Walling38963896Arthur WallingArthur Walling
18981015Saturday, October 15th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Will Crawford28122812Willie CrawfordWillie Crawford
18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Mrs L.L. Turner44114411Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. Turner
18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981026Wednesday, October 26th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981026Wednesday, October 26th, 1898View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs L.L. Turner44114411Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. Turner
18981027Thursday, October 27th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981101Tuesday, November 1st, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Charlie Wood38343834Charles WoodCharles Wood
18981101Tuesday, November 1st, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Earl Lake47744774Earl LakeEarl Lake
18981102Wednesday, November 2nd, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Peter Herbert38793879Peter HerbertPeter Herbert
18981102Wednesday, November 2nd, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981103Thursday, November 3rd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Claude Hughes48304830Claude HughesClaude Hughes
18981107Monday, November 7th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Josephine Gray39673967Josephine GrayJosephine Gray
18981108Tuesday, November 8th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Willie Poland37253725Willie PolandWillie Poland
18981108Tuesday, November 8th, 1898View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981111Friday, November 11th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981112Saturday, November 12th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Fred Long0262262Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon
18981114Monday, November 14th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs L.L. Turner44114411Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. Turner
18981114Monday, November 14th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ross Dowden38973897Ross DowdenRoss Dowden
18981114Monday, November 14th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs Etta Smith31373137Ettie M. SmithEttie M. Smith
18981115Tuesday, November 15th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Charlie Wood38343834Charles WoodCharles Wood
18981116Wednesday, November 16th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Kemper Harrold48514851Kemper HarroldKemper Harrold
18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Ray Leonard39513951R. LeonardR. Leonard
18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Arthur Leonard27712771Arthur LeonardArthur Leonard
18981121Monday, November 21st, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Earl Lake47744774Earl LakeEarl Lake
18981121Monday, November 21st, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Cyrus Herron48844884Cyrus HerronCyrus Herron
18981123Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Vier Max33703370Viere MaxViere Max
18981125Friday, November 25th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Martha Carver42884288Mrs. Martha CarverMrs. Martha Carver
18981130Wednesday, November 30th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Lawrence Richey49044904Lawrence RicheyLawrence Richey
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Vier Max33703370Viere MaxViere Max
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Wm Maldegan48794879Willie MaldeganWillie Maldegan
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page076907690The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill.Chester Harrison39383938Chester HarrisonChester Harrison
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Earnest Charman32273227Ernest CharmanErnest Charman
18981210Saturday, December 10th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ray Kleckner48084808Ray KlecknerRay Kleckner
18981213Tuesday, December 13th, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18981213Tuesday, December 13th, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Mrs Mary Louick0957957Mary J. LuickMary J. Luick
18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Charles E. Taylorno patron ID listed
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs. L. Herrmann43124312Mrs. L. HerrmannMrs. L. Herrmann
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt
18981219Monday, December 19th, 1898View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Nora Gaffney34293429[...] Gaffney[...] Gaffney
18981220Tuesday, December 20th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Earl Lake47744774Earl LakeEarl Lake
18981222Thursday, December 22nd, 1898View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt
18981223Friday, December 23rd, 1898View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charlie Wood38343834Charles WoodCharles Wood
18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holtfixed patron number (orig. 4720)
18981228Wednesday, December 28th, 1898View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Herbert Houze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Ray Kleckner48084808Ray KlecknerRay Kleckner
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Arthur Walling38963896Arthur WallingArthur Walling
18990104Wednesday, January 4th, 1899View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs Ada Shuttleworth18971897Ada ShuttleworthAda Shuttleworthfixed patron number (orig. 1579)
18990104Wednesday, January 4th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Charline Wood38343834Charles WoodCharles Wood
18990110Tuesday, January 10th, 1899View Page066316631Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Peter Budstone : the boy who was hazed.Ray Poland38483848Roy PolandRoy Poland
18990111Wednesday, January 11th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt
18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Ray Kleckner48084808Ray KlecknerRay Kleckner
18990114Saturday, January 14th, 1899View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Anna Hamilton47424742Anna HamiltonAnna Hamilton
18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Kemper Harrold48514851Kemper HarroldKemper Harrold
18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Mrs Etta Smith31373137Ettie M. SmithEttie M. Smith
18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Wm Maldegan48794879Willie MaldeganWillie Maldegan
18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs L. Herrmann43124312Mrs. L. HerrmannMrs. L. Herrmann
18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899View Page083818381The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.The young surveyor : or, Jack on the prairies.Fred Bunch47754775Fred BunchFred Bunch
18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Mrs L. Herrmann43124312Mrs. L. HerrmannMrs. L. Herrmann
18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Wm Maldegan48794879Willie MaldeganWillie Maldegan
18990120Friday, January 20th, 1899View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Mrs L. Herrmann43124312Mrs. L. HerrmannMrs. L. Herrmann
18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899View Page083808380Fast friends.Fast friends.Fred Bunch47754775Fred BunchFred Bunch
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page083788378A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.A chance for himself, or, Jack Hazard and his treasure.Wm Maldegan48794879Willie MaldeganWillie Maldegan
18990124Tuesday, January 24th, 1899View Page083798379Doing his best.Doing his best.Fred Bunch47754775Fred BunchFred Bunch
18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899View Page083778377Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Jack Hazard and his fortunes.Mrs Etta Smith31373137Ettie M. SmithEttie M. Smith
18990126Thursday, January 26th, 1899View Page084128412Cudjo's cave.Cudjo's cave.Ernest Davis37073707Ernest DavisErnest Davis
18990127Friday, January 27th, 1899View Page083828382Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Lawrence's adventures among the ice-cutters, glass-makers, coal-miners, iron-men, and ship-builders.Ethel Lake48724872Ethel LakeEthel Lake
18990127Friday, January 27th, 1899